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Engage to Flourish
Ep. 56 Discipleship - Talking About It AND Being About It

Engage to Flourish

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023


Mimo joins the guys to kick off the "True Discipleship" series. They start off the discussion by sharing what discipleship means to each of them, and then talk about what it looks like for us to make the paradigm shift to allow disciple of Jesus be a significant part of our identity. Follow along with the discussion as our church focuses on discipleship during this seeason. ---------------- Don't forget that you can listen and subscribe to the Engage to Flourish Podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts!

Live Ultralight Podcast
EP 123 - Rain Pants, Ultras After 50 & Pack Sizes: Q&A

Live Ultralight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 32:02


On this episode of the podcast, Tayson answers your questions! Be sure to comment below or email us at liveultralightpodcast@gmail.com to hear your questions answered on the next Q&A! Great Outdoor Gear (Support the Podcast): https://bit.ly/3W0x6Rt *** List of Questions: - What happened to the first 65 episodes? (YouTube) - would you do an episode on food? - So I'm just curious if y'all know anyone that started doing ultras after they turned 50. I have never had the luxury to do a through hike but I have been backpacking for about 10 years now I started going UL in 2017 so I could pull 25-40 mile days while section hiking KY's Sheltowee Trace. I also have found that going UL / being a minimalist simplifies the experience making it more enjoyable to me. I don't UL to be able to boast I do it because I'm old and it allows me to cover more mileage and enjoy the experience more. - Wondering if you all use any kind of footprint under your tents, and if so, what do you use? - Would like to hear your thoughts on the difference between 40° or whatever temperature when the sun is out and shining on you and when it's overcast or dark at 40°? I've definitely noticed there is a difference, even though the temperature stays the same. - Are you looking at manufacturing in US if cost is already so high why not at this point…..??? - Any intentions of making a sleeping bag with the same technology? (as the Nova Jackets) - By the way when will you guys be bringing out the rain pants? - Which hoodie performs the best under this raincoat at around 30 to 40°. Dragon wool, tern, or the altitude hoodie? I couldn't imagine wearing the ventus hoodie under this raincoat it's so warm on its own. - What are your thoughts on using in conjunction with the ventus as a layering piece. Is it sized/fitted appropriately for that or would you recommend going up a size? (Vario) - What kind of soap do you launder this jacket in? (Vario) - Do you have the mvtr % of the two different membranes used? (Tushar Rain Jacket) - I'm curious how this would fit a woman (16/17ish torso) when using with the hip belt. I've tried other men's packs and as soon as I do up the hip belt (Since pack rides higher on back and not just hanging from shoulders) the top of the bag sits so high it's hitting the back of my head with every step almost. There's only 1 picture on website of a woman wearing it and she's not using the hip belt to show how high it sits. Can you add more pics of women wearing it in backpacking mode (wearing it with the hip belt fastened)? Or can you make this in a woman's version (shorter torsos)? (KotaUL) - The real question is: What does angry Dan Becker think? (KotaUL) - Which one would pair best with the ventus hoodie for a thru hike of the AT? (Nova Jackets) - Will you consider making a Dyneema version in the future? (Fortius Tent) - I should probably leave this on iTunes, sorry Joe, lol. My big thing/question is which size pack, 45 or 60 L? My newly wed wife and I will be going backpacking very soon and I thought, “Well, we both have big Agnes q-core deluxes, 2 big Agnes sidewinders, a Jetboil minimal Mimo, and 2 NovaUL, and a dog bed along with a Big Agnes Copper Spur UL 2 person because we have a 25 lb Welsh Pembroke corgi (Penny Lane) in tow. After that it would be a Katadyn, 1 each 1 L smart water bottles. 2 Helinox chair zeros, 2 OV pillows… Some extra undies and socks, and maybe the 2 altitude sun hoodies. Plus food… Some one on another channel said, “between the two of you the 45 should be fine”. Now I have the 45 Kota… and doing a test load out… it was full with… maybe(?) 4-5 inches to spare on the top of the inner area. I did not include the Copper Spur, or even separating the pieces of it, and shoot… strapping the Ruffwear dog sleeping bag to it at the time. Oh God… a bear canister or bag… shoot. Sooooo… if the roll top of the 60 goes far enough down to make it a smaller liter carry, and max weight for both the 45 and 60 is 35 lbs max (though I would think(?) the 60 could handle 5(?) lbs more) than maybe my best bet would be for her and I to each get the 60 liter. Plus future trips… longer hikes… more available storage, just in case. This video and other videos you all have published lately made me think hard about this [...] - Those trekking poles look awesome! Design question: what was the deciding factor to go with foam for handgrips instead of cork? - Thoughts about the Garmin Fenix 6 series of watches? I have heard good things, but they are very expensive. Do any of you upload topo maps to your watch for navigation? - Snowshoes? (talking about retail updates for OV) - Hey great podcast. As you hit on the Garmin inreach mini I was wondering if you were going to do a podcast on the new version the inreach mini2? As well gatorz or Oakley always a solid go to for whatever your needs are. #outdoorvitals #liveultralight #backpackinggear #backpacking #ultralightbackpacking

Zvědátoři
Volby jsou zábava! - Zpátky mimo téma #241 - 6. 1. 2023

Zvědátoři

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 124:18


Řešíme témata všeho druhu, zajímavosti i nedůležitosti. Proč? Na to asi přijdete spíš vy než my... Technická: Témata rozebíráme bez hluboké přípravy a jakéhokoli scénáře, aby byl rozhovor autentický, tak nečekejte naprostou vědeckou přesnost. Detaily můžete vždycky vyhledat v odkazech níže v popisku. Děkujeme za pochopení :) Nový kofeinový nápoj a standardní povzbuzovací kapsle najdete na na http://www.alchemistr.cz/ Dlouhodobým sponzorem je appka pro rozvoz jídla Wolt. Pokud se příhlásíte jako nový uživatel přes https://get.wolt.com/VLNKY a zadáte heslo "VLNKY", dostanete 2x100 Kč na první dvě objednávky s doručením. Kredity mají platnost 14 dní od zadání kódu na profil. Jedná se o zvukový záznam z YouTube relace Zvědátoři. Ta může obsahovat informační opravy v obraze, které neuslyšíte. Ke každému dílu je připojeno datum vysílaní i zdroje (některé už nefungují - proto nejsou přidány). .......................Zdrojové video........................ Martinův hlavní kanál: NaprostoRetardovany Patrikův kanál: Patrik Kořenář Společný kanál: Zvědátoři

Radiožurnál
Magazín Experiment: Srdce bijící mimo jakékoliv lidské tělo. I to umějí lékaři v IKEMu díky unikátnímu přístroji

Radiožurnál

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 19:09


Lékaři v pražském Institutu klinické a experimentální medicíny používají při některých transplantacích srdce unikátní přístroj. Díky speciálnímu boxu se tak nového a pro život nezbytného orgánu dočká více lidí. Zařízení totiž dokáže nasimulovat prostředí tak, že srdce funguje stejně jako v těle dárce. To například prodlužuje čas na převoz.

Experiment
Srdce bijící mimo jakékoliv lidské tělo. I to umějí lékaři v IKEMu díky unikátnímu přístroji

Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 19:09


Lékaři v pražském Institutu klinické a experimentální medicíny používají při některých transplantacích srdce unikátní přístroj. Díky speciálnímu boxu se tak nového a pro život nezbytného orgánu dočká více lidí. Zařízení totiž dokáže nasimulovat prostředí tak, že srdce funguje stejně jako v těle dárce. To například prodlužuje čas na převoz.Všechny díly podcastu Magazín Experiment můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.

Zvědátoři
Jsi dobrý člověk? - Zpátky mimo téma - 13. 10. 2019

Zvědátoři

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 124:29


Řešíme témata všeho druhu, zajímavosti i nedůležitosti. Proč? Na to asi přijdete spíš vy než my... Technická: Témata rozebíráme bez hluboké přípravy a jakéhokoli scénáře, aby byl rozhovor autentický, tak nečekejte naprostou vědeckou přesnost. Detaily můžete vždycky vyhledat v odkazech níže v popisku. Děkujeme za pochopení :) Nový kofeinový nápoj a standardní povzbuzovací kapsle najdete na na http://www.alchemistr.cz/ Dlouhodobým sponzorem je appka pro rozvoz jídla Wolt. Pokud se příhlásíte jako nový uživatel přes https://get.wolt.com/VLNKY a zadáte heslo "VLNKY", dostanete 2x100 Kč na první dvě objednávky s doručením. Kredity mají platnost 14 dní od zadání kódu na profil. Jedná se o zvukový záznam z YouTube relace Zvědátoři. Ta může obsahovat informační opravy v obraze, které neuslyšíte. Ke každému dílu je připojeno datum vysílaní i zdroje (některé už nefungují - proto nejsou přidány). .......................Zdrojové video........................ Martinův hlavní kanál: NaprostoRetardovany Patrikův kanál: Patrik Kořenář Společný kanál: Zvědátoři

Granice Nauki
Czego nie wiemy o umyśle? #3 | O czym mówisz, gdy nikt nie słucha?

Granice Nauki

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 40:18


Czym jest mowa wewnętrzna i czym różni się od zewnętrznej? Z jakich elementów się składa i czego dotyczy? Kto mówi do siebie i o czym? Kiedy mowa wewnętrzna pomaga, a kiedy przeszkadza? Czy mowa wewnętrzna to “język myśli”? Co było pierwsze: mówienie do siebie czy mówienie do innych? „Czego nie wiemy o umyśle?” to podcast skoncentrowany na pytaniach. Mimo że ludzkość od tysiącleci głowi się nad tym, czym umysł jest i jak działa, dalej na ten temat więcej nie wiadomo, niż wiadomo. Dynamiczny rozwój psychologii, neuronauki i kognitywistyki w ostatnich kilku dekadach pozwolił odpowiedzieć tylko na nieliczne spośród zadawanych dotychczas pytań. Równocześnie otworzył horyzont nowych tajemnic, odsłaniając zagadnienia, o których nawet nie wiedzieliśmy, że o nich nie wiemy. Celem naszego podcastu jest wspólne spojrzenie na (a może nawet poza!) ten horyzont. Czego nie wiemy o umyśle, starają się ustalić dwaj badacze z Centrum Kopernika Badań Interdyscyplinarnych Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Dr hab. Mateusz Hohol, prof. UJ zajmuje się szeroką gamą zagadnień z zakresu kognitywistyki i psychologii, w szczególności poznaniem matematycznym. Jest kierownikiem Mathematical Cognition and Learning Lab na Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim. Dr Jędrzej Grodniewicz zajmuje się filozofią umysłu i jej punktami stycznymi z filozofią psychiatrii, języka i epistemologią. Dofinansowano ze środków Ministerstwa Edukacji i Nauki z programu Społeczna Odpowiedzialność Nauki w ramach projektu „Nauka na żywo: wszechświat, życie, umysł". Kwota dofinansowania 540 200,00 zł, całkowita wartość zadania 600 200 zł.

Srdeční záležitosti
Myslete mimo zajeté koleje s Jitkou Štádlerovou

Srdeční záležitosti

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 44:03


Kreativita je způsob myšlení, který je a není dostupný každému, je to prostě naše volba. Nechte se inspirovat povídáním s Jitkou Štádlerovou, která je zakladatelkou konference Myslete mimo zajeté koleje a také konference Příběhy rodiny. V podcastu sdílíme kromě Jitčina příběhu i různé nápady, jak myslet a konat kreativně. Mrkněte na Jitčin inspirativní web, kde se můžete, zaregistrovat na letošní konferenci Myslete mimo zajeté koleje, kde se setkáte také se mnou, vaší kreativní podcasterkou. Stačí, když do vyhledávače zadáte:https://jitkastadlerova.cz/

naTemat.pl
Rozmowa tygodnia INNPoland.pl #12 | Rachunki wzrosną, mimo zamrożenia cen. "Rząd mija się z prawdą"

naTemat.pl

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 42:04


– W 2023 roku spadało będzie PKB, a nie ceny, będziemy szorowali blisko zera. Co więcej, rachunki wzrosną, bo zamrożono ceny netto, a trzeba doliczyć VAT – powiedział gość "Rozmowy tygodnia" INNPoland prof. Marian Noga, ekonomista, były członek RPP. #rozmowatygodnia #ceny #gospodarka #finanse #inflacja

Ptám se já
Kandidáti nemají rovné podmínky, zvážím stížnost na Českou televizi, říká Zima

Ptám se já

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 33:27


Je uznávaný vědec, osm let vedl jako rektor Univerzitu Karlovu, byl členem KSČ a čelil kritice za uzavření smlouvy se společností Home Credit. Během covidové pandemie patřil mezi vědce, kteří zpochybňovali vládní restrikce a odmítal třeba povinné očkování. Proč šel do boje o Hrad?Je uznávaný vědec, osm let vedl jako rektor Univerzitu Karlovu, byl členem KSČ a čelil kritice za uzavření smlouvy se společností Home Credit. Během covidové pandemie patřil mezi vědce, kteří zpochybňovali vládní restrikce a odmítal třeba povinné očkování. Proč šel do boje o Hrad?Hostem Ptám se já byl kandidát na prezidenta Tomáš Zima.Ze všech dosavadních průzkumů to vypadá, že bývalý rektor Univerzity Karlovy je jasným outsiderem těchto voleb. Dlouhodobě se drží na konci kandidátské devítky a preference mu sociologové přisuzují dokonce pod jedno procento.Zima se především zapletl do vysvětlování, jak to největší a nejprestižnější česká univerzita má se spoluprací s totalitní Čínou a kontroverzní byly i jeho postoje k pandemii onemocnění covid-19, kdy vydával stanoviska, že se nemá panikařit a celkově nemoc, na kterou zemřelo až 40 tisíc lidí, ze začátku zlehčoval. A dokonce dostal anticenu Zlatý Bludný koviďák od Českého klubu skeptiků Sisyfos.Mimo jiné se bývalému rektorovi vyčítá jeho členství v KSČ. Na své fakultě dokonce za studentských let vedl Socialistický svaz mládeže.Jak vnímá svou komunistickou minulost? Čím chce voliče oslovit a má vůbec jeho kandidatura cenu? A jaké vztahy by měla mít ČR s Čínou?---Ptám se já. Podcast Seznam Zpráv. Rozhovory s lidmi, kteří mají vliv, odpovědnost, informace.Sledujte na Seznam Zprávách, poslouchejte na Spotify, v Apple Podcasts a dalších podcastových aplikacích nebo na Podcasty.cz.Archiv všech dílů najdete tady, ostatní podcasty Seznam Zpráv tady. Své postřehy, připomínky nebo tipy nám pište prostřednictvím sociálních sítí pod hashtagem #ptamseja nebo na e-mail audio@sz.cz.

NFL po godzinach [Michał Gutka]
Tydzień walki o play-offy przykryty przerażającą sytuacją. Co dalej?

NFL po godzinach [Michał Gutka]

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 90:03


Mało kto spodziewał się, że grającemu w Buffalo Bills Damarowi Hamlinowi przydarzy się przykry wypadek i NFL będzie w trudnej sytuacji, nie wiedząc do końca co zrobić z przerwanym meczem. Mimo to ostatnia kolejka prawdopodobnie zostanie rozegrana. O sytuacji Hamlina, o drużynach walczących o play-offy i tych w kolejce do najwyższych wyborów w drafcie Jakub Kazula rozmawiał z Kamilem Kacperskim z NFL Polska.

Pořady TWR a Rádia 7
Klika: Škola života (1/4): Mimo krabici

Pořady TWR a Rádia 7

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023


Aby si člověk mohl rozumět a nějak svůj život uchopit, musí si umět ty důležité věci pojmenovat. Ale pak je ještě jeden důežitý krok, totiž být ochotný toto poznání revidovat, protože jinak se uzavíráme v jakési pomyslné krabici a dříve či později začneme žít v nározové slepotě a izolaci. Když to neuděláme sami, je tu milostivý Ježíš, který nás v té krabici nenechá :). Více v další Klice Petra Húště. Autor, hovoří: Petr Húšť

Radio7sk
Pohodička 20: Kristus, ten istý / Lenka, Anička, Mimo

Radio7sk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 26:20


Sedeli sme v našom štúdiu, na starých stoličkách a začali sme si rozprávať svoje skúsenosti zo života s Bohom. Mali sme rôzne témy, máme rôzne názory, aj naše príbehy sú originálne… pustili sme nahrávanie a vznikla relácia Pohodička. Pri jej počúvaní vám prajeme rovnako príjemný a inšpirujúci čas, ako máme my, keď sa rozprávame o tom, čo žijeme a ako sa učíme poznávať Boha a Jeho cesty vo všedných dňoch nášho života.

Strefa Zarządzania Uniwersytetu SWPS
Jak odejść z korporacji - rzecz o odwadze - Kinga Zacharjasz, Paweł Bojarski

Strefa Zarządzania Uniwersytetu SWPS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 54:18


Praca w korporacji bywa w popkulturze demonizowana. Mimo to, dla wielu osób jest najlepszym miejscem pracy, dającym stabilizację i poczucie bezpieczeństwa. Nic więc dziwnego, że odejście z korporacji budzi w niektórych niepokój i lęk przed zmianą. Na ile chętnie wybieramy pracę w korporacji? Dlaczego trzeba mieć odwagę, aby z niej odejść? Czy w ciągu ostatnich pięciu lat zaczęliśmy częściej rezygnować z pracy w korporacji? A także jakie pojawiają się nowe trendy z zakresu przywództwa i wpływania na pracowników? Na te i wiele innych pytań odpowie Kinga Zacharjasz, liderka z 20- letnim stażem na najwyższych stanowiskach menedżerskich w branży finansowej. Rozmowę poprowadzi ekspert w zarządzaniu zmianą i projektami HR Paweł Bojarski, absolwent Uniwersytetu SWPS. Strefa Zarządzania Uniwersytetu SWPS to projekt popularyzujący wiedzę z zakresu zarządzania. W jego ramach eksperci przybliżają praktyczne i teoretyczne zagadnienia związane z zarządzaniem i przywództwem. Założeniem projektu jest udostępnienie rzetelnej wiedzy wszystkim zainteresowanym tą tematyką – niezależnie od czasu i miejsca, w jakim się znajdują. Więcej informacji: https://web.swps.pl/strefa-zarzadzania

Zvědátoři
To nejlepší a nejhorší roku 2022 - Zpátky mimo téma #240 - 30. 12. 2022

Zvědátoři

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 125:18


Řešíme témata všeho druhu, zajímavosti i nedůležitosti. Proč? Na to asi přijdete spíš vy než my... Technická: Témata rozebíráme bez hluboké přípravy a jakéhokoli scénáře, aby byl rozhovor autentický, tak nečekejte naprostou vědeckou přesnost. Detaily můžete vždycky vyhledat v odkazech níže v popisku. Děkujeme za pochopení :) Nový kofeinový nápoj a standardní povzbuzovací kapsle najdete na na http://www.alchemistr.cz/ Dlouhodobým sponzorem je appka pro rozvoz jídla Wolt. Pokud se příhlásíte jako nový uživatel přes https://get.wolt.com/VLNKY a zadáte heslo "VLNKY", dostanete 2x100 Kč na první dvě objednávky s doručením. Kredity mají platnost 14 dní od zadání kódu na profil. Jedná se o zvukový záznam z YouTube relace Zvědátoři. Ta může obsahovat informační opravy v obraze, které neuslyšíte. Ke každému dílu je připojeno datum vysílaní i zdroje (některé už nefungují - proto nejsou přidány). .......................Zdrojové video........................ Martinův hlavní kanál: NaprostoRetardovany Patrikův kanál: Patrik Kořenář Společný kanál: Zvědátoři ----------------------------------------

Le Droit En 3 Minutes
Histoire DDH La révolution américaine

Le Droit En 3 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 3:49


Et bien bonjour tout le monde, c'est Mimo pour un nouvel épisode. Ce cours de 3 minutes revoit rapidement le cours afin de l'écouter avant un examen ou juste pour revoir un point.  Vos fiches de cours ici ==> : https://bitly.fiche.io/Mimo  Et Le code Promo : LD3MIN   Présenté par @mimogt   

The Buca Talks
EP.148 Lenka Žembová - Neuroveda, výskum ALS a ženské vzpieranie v jednom.

The Buca Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 71:21


Dnešným hostom je mladá slečna, ktora ma úplne brutálne vysmiala, keď som jej ukázala moje bicepsy:) Neni divu, pretože sa jedná o jednu z najsilnejších Sloveniek čo potvrdzuje aj skutočnosť, že reprezentuje Slovensko vo vzpieraní. Mimo toho ju nájdete v Amerike, kde študuje neurobiológiu a zaoberá sa práve výskumom ALS! Lenka Žembová dámy a páni. Cauko ahoj - Lenka a neurověda 5:00 Čo v tej Amerike teda robíš? 12:00 ALS vyvoláváme u myší 18:00 Snad to někdo vše pospojuje a vyluští ALS 22:30 Aj Bucu fascinuje ALS 29:00 Reprezentantka Slovenska ve vzpírání, ale kde to začalo? 34:00 Zážitky s CrossFitem 42:00 Baví mě jak na mě civí lidé v běžném fitku 47:00 Přestala jsem řešit co vážím já, ale co činka 56:00 Mindset z pohledu neurovědy 59:59 Buca a slovenština. Trh a nadhod? Čo to je? Snatch a clean&jerk? Ajooo --------- Sop remix song - Nightbirde (A.K.A. Jane Marczewski) – It's Okay ReMix By DJ Nilsson

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast
Podcast #1080: WiFi 6 and Amplifiers don't have to Break the Bank

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 45:14


This week we find out what makes wifi 6 something you'll want to upgrade to, especially if you have a lot of IoT devices on your network. We also start a discussion on amplifiers. Do you need to spend thousands of dollars to get a quality amp? We also read your emails and talk about some of the week's news. News: DIRECTV STREAM Price Changes for 2023 Apple bows out of Sunday Ticket talks, leaving Amazon and Google as the finalists Sonos filing hints that its next speakers will support WiFi 6 Matter Support Arrives on 17 Amazon Echo Devices Other: Kasa Smart Plug Ara's Woodworking Join the Flaviar Whisky Club and get a free bottle Wifi 6 We've talked about wifi 6 for some time now and have said it's better. But exactly how is it better than previous wifi standards. Today we'll go through the main features and how it can help solve some of your wifi woes. Key benefits of Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 technology include: Higher data rates - 9.6 Gbps. That's up from 3.5 Gbps on Wi-Fi 5 (theoretical maximums). Orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) effectively shares channels to increase network efficiency and lower latency for both uplink and downlink traffic in high demand environments Increased capacity - Multi-user multiple input, multiple output (multi-user MIMO) allows more data to be transferred at one time, enabling access points (APs) to concurrently handle more devices. The MIMO technology allows a router to communicate with multiple devices at the same time, rather than broadcasting to one device, and then the next, and the next. Right now, MU-MIMO allows routers to communicate with four devices at a time. Wi-Fi 6 will allow devices to communicate with up to eight. Improved power efficiency - Target wake time (TWT) significantly improves network efficiency and device battery life, including IoT devices. This allows devices to plan out communications with a router, reducing the amount of time they need to keep their antennas powered on to transmit and search for signals. That means less drain on batteries and improved battery life in turn. This feature is meant more for smaller, already low-power Wi-Fi devices that just need to update their status every now and then. (Think small sensors placed around a home to monitor things like leaks or smart home devices that sit unused most of the day.) Routers are on the market and range in price from about $100 for a basic setup to as high as $600 for Netgear Orbi whole house setup. A Linksys setup to cover a 3000 SF house will cost you about $300. Amplifiers  XPA-7 Gen3 7 Channel Audiophile Home Theater Power Amplifier $2199 Audio Power output: 200 watts/channel RMS into 8 Ohms; all channels driven | 300 watts/channel RMS into 8 Ohms; two channels driven | 490 watts/channel RMS into 4 Ohms; two channels driven Audiophile quality Class A/B output stage. Balanced and unbalanced inputs for compatibility with a wide variety of preamps and surround sound processors. Features Fully modular construction for optimum flexibility. Comprehensive yet transparent protection circuitry protects from most common fault conditions without degrading sound quality. Hardware Dimensions: 17” x 19” x 8” (including feet) Weight: 53 pounds (unboxed) Power Requirements: 100 – 250 VAC 50/60 Hz (automatically detected). BasX A7 Seven-Channel Power Amplifier $699 Audio 90 watts RMS per channel  into 8 Ohms; all channels driven | 120 watts RMS per channel; into 8 Ohms. two channels driven | 125 watts/channel RMS into 4 Ohms all channels driven; two channels driven | 175 watts RMS per channel; into 4 Ohms. The BasX A7 combines classical audiophile amplifier architecture, based on a heavy-duty linear power supply, and a carefully designed high current short signal path Class A/B output stage, with advanced microprocessor-controlled monitoring and protection circuitry, to deliver superb sound quality Unbalanced inputs  Hardware Dimensions: 17” wide x 4” high x 15-1/2” deep (not including connectors). 21-1/2” wide x 8” high x 21” deep (boxed). Weight: 30 lbs (unboxed) 36 lbs (boxed)  

Dopisi iz Diznilenda Podcast
S10E18 - Koza i Jarinje

Dopisi iz Diznilenda Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 93:26


Gotovo je Svjetsko prvenstvo, gotov je skup na Jarinju, Mesi je GOAT. Mimo toga, šta nam donosi SkyShowtime i šta se dešava u DC svijetu. Miljan najavljuje izlete. Posjetite nas na Patreonu. Pratite nas na: www.facebook.com/DopisiizDiznilenda/ www.podcast.rs/autori/dopisi-iz-diznilenda/ Ako želite da nam pomognete u održavanju servera na soundcloudu, uplate rado primamo na PayPal: mtanic@gmail.com ili postanite naš patron na www.patreon.com/dopisi Miljan: fb: /mtanic, Twitter/Instagram: @mtanic YouTube: /Mtanic Nemanja: fb: /paleksic @diznilend iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1223989792 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/dopisi-iz-diznilenda-podcast Pocket Casts: pca.st/pT2h podcast.rs/show/dopisi-iz-diznilenda/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4U3wm6QOkJ30QEbk1kvqZS?si=RM6QdrOlTuO0WUJzYBl7hA

kompot
216 YubiKey – Twój klucz do prywatności

kompot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 78:03


Historia zatacza koło, najpierw tworzymy coś namacanego po to by następnie zastąpić czymś wirtualnym, a później stwierdzamy, że jednak to co fizyczne sprawdza się lepiej niż to cyfrowe. Oczywiście nie jest tak ze wszystkim, ale jak się okazuje trudniej jest podrobić produkt materialny a jeszcze trudniej, hybrydowy. Dziś będzie o kluczach. Nie tylko domy i mieszkania zamykamy na klucz, ale też sejfy, samochody i inne dobra, które przedstawiają dla nas jakąś wartość lub służą do przechwytywania informacji i strzegą naszej prywatności. Hasła są takimi kluczami, ale kto lubi i potrafiłby je wszystkie spamiętać, zachowując ich unikalność i wysoki poziom skomplikowania? Rozwiązaniem problemu jest zabezpieczenie hybrydowe: hasło + klucz fizyczny, dodatkowy element autoryzujący użytkownika, będący w posiadaniu wyłącznie samego zainteresowanego. Mimo, że na rynku znajdziecie takich rozwiązań sporo, skupiliśmy się na produktach sprawdzonego i wiarygodnego producenta: Yubico. Przydatne linki: Weryfikacja klucza sprzetowego YubiKey Wyszukiwarka wtryn www wspierających autoryzację kluczami sprzętowymi oraz lista kluczy USB obsługujących 2FA Katalog produktów, aplikacji i usług współpracujących z kluczami YubiKey  Obsługa kluczy YubiKey z linii poleceń (agent SSH dla macOS i Linux) Konfiguracja klucza YubiKey jako SmartCard w systemie macOS Kanał Yubico na YouTube – praktyczne tutoriale Kacper Szurek – Jak używać YubiKey? Co to jest 2FA/U2F/FIDO2? Craig Federighi wyjaśnia najnowsze systemy zabezpieczeń w iPhone Przewodnik – jak używać klucza YubiKey z SSH i GPG Nasz podkast znajdziecie w Apple Podcasts (link), możecie też dodać do swojego ulubionego czytnika RSS (link), obejrzeć na YouTube (link), wysłuchać w serwisach: Spotify (link), Google Podcasts (link), TuneIn (link), Overcast (link), Castbox (link), PlayerFM (link), Pocket Casts (link), myTuner (link) lub przesłuchać bezpośrednio w przeglądarce (link). Zapraszamy do kontaktu na Twitterze: Remek Rychlewski @RZoG. Marek Telecki @mantis30. Natomiast całe przedsięwzięcie firmuje konto @ApplejuicePl.

Element Podcast Hradec Kralove
Vánoce v Centrálu: Bůh druhých šancí // Lukáš Targosz

Element Podcast Hradec Kralove

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022


Ježíšovy prababičky | Podvratný příběh Ježíšova rodokmenu 5. - Vánoce jsou velkým příběhem, který fascinuje. Mimo jiné proto, že nabízí možnost vykoupení. Příběhy vykoupení vždy rozechvívají určitou strunu, protože evokují nový začátek tam, kde se zdá, že již není naděje. Advent byl ve znamení příběhů Ježíšových prababiček: Támar – vykoupení z hanby, Rachab – vykoupení z hříšné minulosti, Rút – vykoupení z nejisté budoucnosti, Batšeba – vykoupení ze zneužití. Vánoční příběh na to navazuje. Stovky let před Ježíšem předpověděl prorok Izajáš, že když přijde očekávaný král, stane se něco zvláštního: Mesiáš přinese změnu v srdcích a myslích lidských šelem, a vykoupí je k novému životu.

Radio Naukowe
#125 Magazynowanie energii – idzie nowe w świecie baterii? | prof. inż. Monika Wilamowska-Zawłocka

Radio Naukowe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 36:11


Pełna transkrypcja na radionaukowe.plPodcast działa dzięki https://patronite.pl/radionaukowe***Jesteśmy jako cywilizacja potwornie energożerni, a inżynierowie ciągle pracują, aby ułatwić nam życie. Jedną z podstawowych kwestii do rozwiązania jest poprawa magazynowania energii – to kluczowe chociażby w kwestii czerpania energii ze źródeł odnawialnych.Pewnie wszyscy słyszeli o bateriach litowo-jonowych. Dominują np. w smartfonach. - Są pojemne bardziej niż inne rodzaje – podkreśla dr hab. Monika Wilamowska-Zawłocka, prof. Politechniki Gdańskiej. Mimo to, szuka się alternatywnych rozwiązań. – Chodzi o pierwiastki. Np. jednym z dwóch kluczowych pierwiastków jest kobalt, który występuje w katodach baterii litowo-jonowych. Siedemdziesiąt procent wydobycia jest w Demokratycznej Republice Konga, gdzie te kopalnie naprawdę wykorzystują pracę dzieci. Większość wydobycia w Afryce jest kontrolowana przez Chiny, a rynek chiński też nie zawsze jest stabilny i Europa bardzo dąży do tego, żeby te pierwiastki wyeliminować – wyjaśnia.- Natomiast szuka się też nowych rozwiązań. Takim świeżym powiewem są baterie sodowo-jonowe. Chlorek sodu jest bardzo popularnym związkiem – dodaje. Co ciekawe, nad sodowo-jonowym pracowano równolegle z litowo-jonowymi, ale te drugie szybciej trafiły na rynek.Sama prof. Wilamowska pracuje nad rozwiązaniami hybrydowymi. – Pomysł zrobił się z potrzeby, by wypełnić lukę pomiędzy superkondensatorami, czyli takimi urządzeniami, które w bardzo szybki sposób potrafią się naładować i rozładować, natomiast mają małą gęstość energii oraz właśnie bateriami, które magazynują dużo tej energii, ale uwalniają wolniej – wyjaśnia.W podcaście dyskutujemy o przyszłości magazynów energii, czy każdy będzie miał takie urządzenie przy swoim domu, o tym czy przełomy w technologiach dzieją się w świecie biznesu czy w akademii. Polecam!

AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá
PIPA OJO ISINMI OLORUN MO

AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 28:58


KRISTIANI O GBODO KO GBODO WA ISINMI NINU AYE YII

Engage to Flourish
Ep. 49 God's Present To Us This Christmas Season

Engage to Flourish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022


Mimo Anema is our guest for this special lead up to Christmas episode. Mimo shares about how God has been highlighting eliminating hurry in her life. As is usual for this time of year, busyness can be overwhelming, so Mimo shares about how God has been having her create boundaries so that she can be fully present with the most important people in her life. If this time of year seems overwhelming, this is an episode you won't want to miss! ---------------- Don't forget that you can listen and subscribe to the Engage to Flourish Podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts!

Ola GO - Jestem Interaktywna
OlaGo.pl #58 - Kalendarz adwentowy - DZIEŃ 3 – WorkLife-Balance - Jestem Interaktywna

Ola GO - Jestem Interaktywna

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 36:18


Książkoplaner: www.olag.pl/dziekujeTwoje życie to wieczne żonglowanie różnymi tematami? Praca, rodzina, finanse, przyjaciele, zdrowie, sport, rozwój osobisty, relaks, duchowość, podróże, pasja, rozwój zawodowy… Ja też miewam wrażenie, że trzeba być po intensywnym kursie żonglerki, żeby to wszystko ogarnąć. Mimo usilnych starań doba uparcie ogranicza się do 24 godzin i nie chce się rozciągać. A w tle, zamiast skocznej cyrkowej muzyczki, śmiechu i braw, słychać tylko monotonne stukanie w klawiaturę i ewentualnie krzyki dzieci.Tutaj popracujemy razem nad Work-Life Balance.

AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá
MIMO AKOKO LATI SINMI

AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 28:59


OMO OLORUN GBODO NI EMI IDARAJI

8:10
Jutronauci: Jak znaleźć motywację, żeby ruszać się mimo chłodu i mroku?

8:10

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 18:59


133. odcinek podcastu w programie "Jutronauci". Zbliża się nowy rok i noworoczne postanowienia. A wśród nich zapewne to, żeby więcej się ruszać. Jak zrealizować to postanowienie? I czy powinno ono być na naszych barkach? Może to pracodawca powinien zapewnić w czasie pracy przestrzeń do ćwiczeń i ruchu? Czy sport będzie benefitem przyszłości? O tym wszystkim Joanna Sosnowska rozmawia z Mateuszem Banaszkiewiczem, psychologiem zdrowia z uniwersytetu SWPS. Więcej tekstów i rozmów o przyszłości znajdziesz w najnowszej edycji programu "Jutronauci": https://wyborcza.pl/jutronauci

Billy Newman Photo Podcast
Billy Newman Photo Podcast | 243 Sleeping Bag System

Billy Newman Photo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 45:11


If you're looking to discuss photography assignment work, or a podcast interview, please drop me an email. Drop Billy Newman an email here. If you want to book a wedding photography package, or a family portrait session, please visit GoldenHourWedding.com or you can email the Golden Hour Wedding booking manager here. If you want to look at my photography, my current portfolio is here. If you want to purchase stock images by Billy Newman, my current Stock photo library is here. If you want to learn more about the work Billy is doing as an Oregon outdoor travel guide, you can find resources on GoldenHourExperience.com. If you want to listen to the Archeoastronomy research podcast created by Billy Newman, you can listen to the Night Sky Podcast here. If you want to read a free PDF eBook written by Billy Newman about film photography: you can download Working With Film here. Yours free. Want to hear from me more often?Subscribe to the Billy Newman Photo Podcast on Apple Podcasts here. If you get value out of the photography content I produce, consider making a sustaining value for value financial contribution, Visit the Support Page here. You can find my latest photo books all on Amazon here. Website Billy Newman Photo https://billynewmanphoto.com/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/billynewmanphoto Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/billynewmanphotos/ Twitter https://twitter.com/billynewman Instagram https://www.instagram.com/billynewman/ About https://billynewmanphoto.com/about/ 0:14 Hello, and thank you very much for listening to this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. 0:23 Today I wanted to talk to you about Adobe Premiere. I just yesterday talked about Adobe Final Cut 10.4 and some of the cool 360 editing things you can do with it. I guess Adobe's getting into it pretty, pretty good. And really, with a lot of attrition that's been happening on the apple side. And I think a couple of days ago, I talked about the new MacBook Pros that have come out, that's sort of the only Pro, does it? I don't think a lot of pros are liking some of the stuff that Apple's doing. So to cut to the chase of it, they're moving over to PC stuff. And a lot of that hardware is quite excellent. A lot of those video editing rigs are very capable, outside of like, the macro, what are you gonna do with that? Now? It's, it's not, it's not state of the art at least. And so you know, as fast as the world is moving? It's, I don't know, it's apple's fault to lose it like this. So with a lot of the, with a lot of the, I guess, diminishing effects that came about in Final Cut 10.4 or Final Cut 10.0 when they switched over to I guess what was it? Like the Final Cut Studio system? Do you remember that? And like in 2010, I kind of switched up the final cut x or Final Cut 10. Now we're at 10.4. But when they did that, I think a lot of people were thinking, Oh, well, this is like they made it like iMovie. I don't know if that was true. I used it for a lot of stuff. And I don't know, it's still hard for me to use, I guess. But there's a lot of editors that yes, at that point time decided that for a lot of their professional editing needs, they really couldn't have some tool that was sort of rolling over features like that in a way that wasn't consistent for their needs. So I think at that time, a lot of editing studios tried to switch over to people that were cross-trained in Adobe Premiere. And that's been the editing software that's been in, in professional news, probably pretty directly for like the last decade for a lot of video production needs. So it's kind of interesting, and they've been keeping up with a lot of the changes, I think Adobe has been doing and maybe even a little faster than Final Cut, or some of the other companies like they had 360 editings earlier on, I think they've had, you know better motion graphics and After Effects for a longer amount of time than well, or they're just working at a higher level. And I think it's it's a higher level of proficiency with some of the stuff that they're able to get done. So I've been interested in it. But no, it's interesting to talk about to kind of separate some of the differences. I'm invested in the final cut system. So I'll probably be staying there for just a little rinky-dink YouTube cuts that they make. Who needs Final Cut for that or Adobe Premiere for that matter? But 2:58 you can see more of my work at Billy Newman photo comm you can check out some of my photo books on Amazon. And then you can look at that Bitly Newman under the author's section there and see some of the photo books on film on the desert, on surrealism, camping, and cool stuff over there. 3:21 finished up that camping trip I was doing up there. The mountain Creek was there in the Cascades a couple of days ago. What was that like Wednesday, I think it was like maybe Tuesday, Tuesday night, or Wednesday morning, I think that was the supermoon that was coming up that night. If I remember right. And that was pretty cool. It was cool to see the full moon up there. And they always talk about the Super Moon, which is kind of an I don't know, it's a little bit of a misnomer. But it's cool to see the thing to talk about happening every six months or so. It's just kind of the oscillation of a bit of the eccentricity in the orbit of the moon that makes it I think about 25,000 miles closer than its maximum, and then maybe about 25,000 miles further away. And it's distant maximum. But I think it's only like a little bit of a sliver larger than it normally would be. If you notice though, it's a thing I learned way back and I think that they show it in a scene in Apollo 13. But if you put your hand out and you put your thumb up at all times, you're able to cover the entire Full Moon, just with your thumbnail. It's pretty wild, man. You gotta kinda always like visualize the moon has been this really big thing in the sky. And a lot of the time it's, it's just as big as your thumbnail at arm's reach, which is kind of a trip, but it's kind of it was cool to see the super moon that night. It was bright. It was cool to kind of watch around and kind of look I was illuminating the forest in the trees in the mountains and stuff around me, that was kind of nice to see. The cold that night though, man, I tell you so have a 15-degree sleeping bag. And that's great. 15 degrees is fine. But envisioning degrees is more than adequate for most circumstances that I ended up being in during the summertime. When it was done, I was just not too big of concern about how cold it gets. But when it says 15 degrees, it means you're going to be comfortable down to somewhere around 35 degrees, but anywhere under 30 degrees is a pretty uncomfortable experience, I think it means you're going to stay alive until it's about 15 degrees. So if it were me again, buying something for maybe I don't know, a more heavy three-season camping experience most of the time, probably a lot of the nights out that I do. Even though I like to go at all times a year, it seems like the majority of nights I go out are during the summer months or you know during like pretty fair weather seasons. But if I were going to buy again, which I'm going to try and get like a two or three sleeping bag system going, if I was going to buy again, I'd probably get a zero degree or maybe a negative 15 degree. And I could use the warm because man, what I noticed is even if it was just a little bit down to what it would have been probably maybe 10 or 29 or something like that it was you know, a bit below freezing. Who knows how cold it was, it was only like an elevation of 2500 feet and it was a canyon. I thought it was a clear night, but I thought it would be relatively sheltered. And yeah, it was a lot of ice on my window when I woke up. And it was a cold cold night to sit through too. So So yeah, that 15-degree bag was just holding up out there. But yeah, if I was gonna go again, I think they have like a zero-degree bag. And then down below that, they had like a negative 15. And like maybe like a negative 30-degree bag, negative 30 sounds like a real warm, like down back. So I think mine's a synthetic bag. They talk about this sometimes where there are differences in the thermal insulation qualities of the material that your sleeping bag is made out of. And I think that the for it was an improvement, you know, above what and whatever cotton we were using for a while they were using wool stuff, which was pretty smart that that works well to be an insulating material. And it doesn't. Alright, that works well with moisture and stuff and all the other things we know about. Merino wool is cool. Everybody knows about that kind of stuff but we had like, you know, those terrible big cotton sleeping bags way back. Those arrived and I don't know if they were even that insulating. Then they switched over to those synthetic materials, which are probably all oil-based Does that sound right? Like petroleum-based like plastic products that were made out of synthetics, I think that's how they spin up a lot of those. This 8:05 bladder ledges synthetic types of materials that they're making these nylons out of. So I think that was how a lot of this, this synthetic stuff had been made. But really, I think what they talk about being the superior insulator is down. And that's what I'd hoped to try and find as another zero-degree or negative 15-degree sleeping bag would be a negative 15-degree down bag, which is normally a bit more expensive. You know, when you're looking around at the price points for these different sleeping bags, if you're trying to get into some colder weather camping stuff, where you're gonna find is that those name brand or you know, don't even name brand necessarily, but just a bespoke manufacturer for quality, technical outdoors product is going to be very expensive. And so that's where you get to find out, you know, three 399 for a sleeping bag 299-490-9699 I've seen like a lot of pretty expensive prices out there. I think MIMO makes some bags that are looking pretty cool that I've seen recommended a few times. I've heard of big agness they made 10s most of the time though, right? Acting company, aren't they? Yeah, the stone glacier is one that I keep hearing kind of pop up here and there now for some sense Marmot I think has bags. Alright guys, is you know, a retailer of recreational equipment they're closed right now I don't even know if you get an order from anyone like that, but they have some bags. I think that's where my synthetic bag was from, that I've been using for the last I don't know seven years or so. So that's it's been fine. But I also tested out the sleeping mat I got I got a new Thermarest sleeping mat. No big news. It's pretty exciting. guys stay tuned. It's yeah It's a larger sleeping mat than I had before but it's a coated one with I think it's kind of like ballistic nylon but it's that nylon coating over it so it's not just the rubber mat at the base of it so you can throw it on the ground or the bathrooms semi abrasive materials that it would be outside and it's working great I think it's about one inch thick or so it's about 25 inches wide at the shoulder point and it's long enough to fit my whole body which is probably the one for me so yeah I got a solid camp man I think for the last like three years I've been sleeping on one that goes flat about four hours after you start sleeping so that's kind of nice to swap out I don't know why I put up with it for so long really should do that. Sleep is like one of the best things you can get you know if you can figure out just like a couple easy things to take care of when you're out camping or out in the woods and stuff it's probably sleep I mean that's like the thing that takes in and it's frustrating because when like even this last one I'm talking about didn't sleep very well way too cold part of it you know, no shelter enough stuff that was kind of comfortable but really as it is yeah, it's like I need to I need to figure out a couple other extra things to kind of throw in there but yeah, there's just a couple things you can figure out when you're going camping like how to stay warm or how to be comfortable when you do go or like when you're asleep and it's like one of the most important and most effective things you can do to kind of improve the way that a trip goes because like yeah it can be like it can be brutal the next day if you don't get any sleep the night before which is probably the first half dozen camping trips of the year like you know this first half dozen or so overnight to the year I'm just always kind of groggy and like oh what I have to get up right now which is sort out was Wednesday morning when I woke up I popped up and I think it was probably about 5am or so that I that I got up I think it was just about first light the sun had come up yeah but there's a little bit of light up in the sky and the stars were kind of washed out by the blue sky. So I have to up and the fire was out I think from the night before like I was mentioning how those the sticks had worn out and coals and started burning down even I think by the time I was near the end of the last podcast I hopped out and the back windows were clear there wasn't any frost on it but the front window the windshield was ice over pretty hard I mean it looked like it was you know like coated or water and then froze over solid so it wasn't even just kind of like a fluffy bitter white frost or something that had built up on it through the fog. It just looks like a hard coating of just an ice sheet over the windshield. Great. I don't have an ice scraper of the whiskey I was thinking tonight it's a man who needs an ice scraper I'm taking a sip of coffee 12:58 so yeah, I don't know I grabbed a box. I think it was a piece of cardboard out of the back that I could kind of flex around a bit through that over the windshield tried to run the truck for a bit try to warm it up and took a while to but yeah scraped off some ice scraped off a hole big enough to kind of get started on the drive and then prep to take off but yeah take some photos and stuff around the campsite for a bit first in the morning nice draw in the valley like I was talking about that goes up to that ridge point that you can kind of see off in the distance and I think I could see like the fire from the smoke or the smoke from the fire of the neighboring campers over there. I don't know if I'd mentioned it well Yeah, I did in the last one. They were their kind of doing Brody's out the on the road around sunset. I think I got a little clip of it on video but yeah, it's like four or five of them. And this kind of beater. In the late 90s, four-by-four trucks spin out on dirt roads. So looks fine. I don't know. But they were I think getting the fire going and stuff in the morning too or whatever they had gone from the night before. You can see a plume of it coming up from that area they would have been camping in over by the creek bed downhill. And yeah, it was cool. I took some photos and stuff that morning, walked around kind of cleaned up the camp a little bit but the fire stuff out and jumped in the truck, had that little hole in the ice to see through, and then yeah popped on a podcast and cruised down the road. And so what I was trying to do was take off down to a couple of other spots along the creek while it was still morning and then head down ultimately to the area where the lake started to build up and so it kind of how it works is like it kind of flows down the creek and then there's a dam a point ultimately and then back right behind the dam is a reservoir where that Greek has kind of built up and I guess now is yeah body of water out there. So drove down ways and took some photographs. of the Creek and the morning light and some of the water and stuff coming through a really like that kind of affected the sort of early spring kind of fresh snow melt mountain Creek stuff that just sort of looks really crisp and forested and natural and then it came down a ways further to a bridge that kind of cuts across the span of the creek as it starts to sort of widen out into the reservoir area and it looks like you know a big stretch of calm water out on the edge of the bridge where I think two different groups that were doing some fishing in the morning and yeah seems like people are still out it was a busy area up there is still still definitely pretty fully populated set of people you know even during this lockdown period there's a bunch of people out there hanging out and fishing I think it was two different different groups to maybe they were they were all kind of connected but yeah they were they're out there with a couple lines over the bridge and they were picking up a couple things that thing so I saw a lady that was pulling up and a little a little blue kayak to the ramp on the first day and on her What is that thing you know when you you run it through the gilling you got the fish and stuff anyway she pulled up with like gardens like four or five trout or something on her on her inner guy I know that's where it leave it I guess but she pulled up with four or five trout so I figured the guys these guys were doing a little bit of trout fishing out there. Which sounds fun. It's a nice clear crisp morning and stuff like I was saying so yeah, it sounds like it'd be nice to be out there for a couple of hours doing sufficient, and yeah look like they were up to where they were getting a couple of things. Let's go to a sauna osprey that took off I think over the lake area just at that time and would kind of like pull up at certain spots over the water kind of back flap to hold in the same spot and look underwater and see if there's something I didn't see enough or I didn't see a prime opportunity and then we're going to swoop off and then take off to a different section of the lake, then do it again. So watch that about three or four times and try to take a couple of pictures of the area which are nice I like the photographs that I got that morning it's good to get a nice look at it, you know, a lot of the time that the photographs look a lot better when you just select the right time of day to be somewhere which you know is obvious but just the types of colors and the types of saturation and dynamics that you get in the look of a pretty simple you know, set of trees and water, it just comes off a lot better when it's it's just the right type of light. It's amazing to kind of see what differences it makes when it's a cloudy day or a sunny day or a morning or an evening, or midday. 17:44 It seems like the dynamics of the light change so much that you could get like a different look in the photo, which is always kind of interesting to pay attention to and sort of seeing how that goes what changes about it, and sort of how that affects the photographs that you're making. I mean even now that you know some cool intimidate, it's kind of cool to figure out how it works for you or how it works or what I'm trying to do is how to figure out how it works for my photographs and what I've tried to do which is nice. It was cool going out there and climbing around the creeks and stuff in the morning and taking a cup of photos and water and osprey and going over to the Lake area that's trying to work on similar stuff to what I've done before but kind of that mirror look of that calm water as it spreads across the lake in the morning. And on the reflection of the bright blue, kind of pre-sunlit sky. How is it you know like before the sun is actually up over the horizon, there's not a lot of intensity so it's just kind of a softer blue glow and a lot of ways and then there's still enough illumination that you can see the greens and the trees and sort of the soft calm water in the morning before it gets kind of agitated through the rest of the day? So nice kind of peaceful looks to the photos and sort of the natural stuff that I like to go kind of capture you know ultimately though, there's some nice stuff up there and I was like happy to kind of photograph some of the some of what I was looking for. But I was also frustrated in the area too. I think there was a there's little more choked-off than what I normally like. Like there wasn't as many opportunities as I had hoped for I had to try and utilize the ones that I found there weren't as many opportunities as I had hoped for kind of an opened up wide scene that you could set up a landscape photo and there weren't a lot of elements to work with it was just sort of like some rolling hills off to a Green Hill. So sometimes I'm trying to find some stuff that's a little bit more dynamic and it looks more than that. But it was fun though, even as it is anyway. Though I'm trying to I think maybe like I was mentioning last when I got stuck and turned around but the snow and I didn't want to deal with any of that right now. But in the next weeks If I want to get up to Mount Jefferson or Mount Washington or a couple of these other wilderness areas that have a few kinds of visual landmarks that would be worth taking an observation of. You can check out more information at Billy Newman photo comm you can go to Billy Newman photo.com Ford slash support. If you want to help me out and participate in the value-for-value model that we're running this podcast with. If you receive some value out of some of the stuff that I was talking about, you're welcome to help me out and send some value my way through the portal at Billy Newman photo comm forward slash support, you can also find more information there about Patreon and the way that I use it if you're interested or if you're more comfortable using Patreon that's patreon.com forward slash Billy Newman photo. 21:00 So I was looking around at different options. I liked a lot of the Nikon stuff, but I also noticed I liked the Nikon stuff, I'll leave it at that. I just noticed that sometimes some of the accessory equipment outside of the body that you might buy a bit of the lens are expensive, or they're a little more expensive than maybe some of the commensurate lenses that might be available over in canon. I remember back in college someone was mentioning to me that they were going to switch from Nikon over to canon because the canon was a bigger company. I don't know if this is a reason or not. It was interesting logic though, to kind of think through at the time but that canon was a larger company selling more lenses making more cameras making more equipment. And so they had more resources, more staff, more designers working on cameras, building cameras, and doing research and development to kind of bring that forward. And I think even maybe now that's still perhaps true if you look at some of the technologies in Nikon versus canon like we were just kind of to take a base idea of it though I love Nikon stuff a lot if you were to take like the D five I think that's a 20-megapixel sensor. Whereas if you were to look at the newer Nikon or Canon five D Mark four that's I think like 3136 I don't know if it's out there in the third maybe I think it's a 30-megapixel camera. And I think perhaps the five D Mark three is a 23-megapixel camera. So it was interesting just kind of noticing a couple of those things now I understand that there are benefits to the lower megapixel rating for some of the low light performance that you get a high ISS and I think that's maybe sometimes where Nikon performs well but then there's also Sony who's producing 42-megapixel cameras and they're doing incredible things in low light but also even better stuff with a seven s which I think is the version of the camera that's specifically around some of the higher end video features. And I think it's a 12-megapixel camera that does incredible stuff and low light like almost like you know 100,000 so you can get amazing low light images and low light video. So it's interesting how that kind of sensor technology works. But all that being said it's just interesting that for a long time even way back in history like to the beginning of the digital SLR I think canon was way ahead and what they are producing as far as their sensors go and what they're able to produce like megapixels or in fidelity have an image I think they had a what was the first one I think Nikon did not have a full-frame digital SLR and tell the Nikon d3 came out which was a fantastic camera and I had that one also as a used camera that about later loved the d3 but it was interesting that they yeah like they didn't have a full-frame DSLR camera option until 2007 I think when that came out, whereas, on the Canon side, I think that the EOS one D The one DS is that right? I think it was the DS was the first full frame camera produced by Canon and that was way back and I think that was still like around eight megapixels or maybe 10 megapixels for the mark two and then they had some technology that was just far more advanced for the time 2000 to 2003 2004 than what canon had gone or is before when Nikon it you know what I mean right? So anyway that fast forwards to me in the fall of 2018 I'm looking around for another camera purchased because I was going to be moving I was going to be taking a job where I was I was going to be working every day doing family portrait photography and a lot of like wedding photography stuff to where I needed it. And on the memory card system that would be in the camera was like on the Sony side as I had mentioned before. There were some limitations to it and one of the other limitations was that it only accepted SD cards which right now I'm kind of learning are fine you know you can use an SD card for just about anything but I also liked the opportunity or the option to have a compact flash card or maybe it's a USM USM USD. That's $1 I'm not sure but with the compact flash card system that goes in, I always felt that was like a little bit more professional when you put that in. And I just wanted more memory options so with I think the five D Mark three that I decided to pick up use that had the Compact Flash slot and also had the SD card slot and you could record to NADP video and you could take photographs you could do like high frame rate burst series for photographs and it's just seemed like it was a great workhorse camera that the five D series and I think that's what people have been talking about. Even since like the five D Mark two when they announced the HD video recording features on DSLRs so I think that when even before that, you know it was just it was one of the top-use cameras for wedding photographers and stuff so for me, I was trying to find something that would be like a good workhorse camera where I could always kind of count on it and the battery system and the memory card and the lens arrangement that would be available to me that I could really just be hammering away on frames and then be bringing those in editing them and then kind of delivering them to clients in a pretty fast manner. So I thought that would be something that would help me out and I think I was right I think was a good choice though there are fantastic options like the ACE seven Mark three, or the seven three and then a seven are three. I think both of those have kind of solved a lot of those issues that I've been talking about where they've adjusted the battery system and they've adjusted the just some of the blackout problems that I was talking about before but I was happy to switch over to the Canon side of it. I think also the reason I was talking about two words Yeah, no blackout, and I liked being able to use the through-the-lens viewfinder of the SLR as opposed to the digital SLR or just looking at it on the screen. So I don't know if all those reasons were kind of why I wanted to get back to the DSLR system instead of the interchangeable lens camera system. But it was great so so back I think in September I was looking around a lot I sold the seminar off and then I was trying to hunt around for options for me to get a well-priced canon five D Mark three and then I also bought one from Marina so she had a five D Mark three body and then we could kind of share lenses for two so I wanted to get up and running. And I wanted to talk about like some of the lens stuff that I was interested in too It's interesting kind of switching over to Ken and now just kind of seeing you know what's available and what's available in the US market which for me and you know someone that doesn't want to spend a ton of stuff, getting a pretty high-level professional level set of photography equipment, it's interesting to kind of comb around through the US market and figure out good pieces to use. I think almost every camera system I've ever had it's been something that I've made a purchase of off of the US marketplace in some manner you know, I haven't bought a new film camera that's for sure. And so it was interesting kind of trying to figure that out a little bit and I've always had really good luck with that I hear some bad stories out there but it seems like a lot of photographers take pretty good care of their camera equipment in a way that at least seems quite usable for me so what I ended up with it at some point and I save a ton of money doing it too and I don't have to deal with the heavy depreciation because like by the time I I end up wanting to sell it hasn't moved that much in the marketplace. A lot of the time you know it only ends up being like a few $100 to purchase that camera because when you sell it again you get a lot of that money back and as opposed to well I'll get into that story a second but like when I purchased it that camera was quite new. And it had appreciated a lot and value from the new price the new sticker price from the in the store in the camera store price to what it was when I bought it used so so it was a fantastic deal to kind of pick it up and find like a good one out there. So so yeah back in. Was it back in September I was hunting around in Oregon trying to find a good five D Mark three body so I was trying to debate a little bit I was looking around on eBay for five D Mark threes that would be available. And I was looking around on ke H and those are two locations that I kind of made purchases from before when I was making a purchase online. I like eBay and I sold a bunch of stuff on eBay. I sold myself a seminar on eBay. I sold my d3 when I had made a purchase the d3 I think from K h and I sold that d3 on eBay and I made my money back it was great it worked pretty well. But when I was looking around I didn't find the price point that I wanted for the five D Mark three line I think those are all running around 18 or 1900 bucks for the five D Mark three bodies that are being sold but I'm sure I don't I seem to like the market was a little lower than that at the time and then when I looked on kth it was sort of the same story where once we were in bargain condition you know where they'd been pretty beaten up or probably had been you know, someone's wedding photography camera where it really hammered out 100,000 or 200,000 frames already had a few seasons of weddings over the last couple of years and the person was trying to offload that gear and then you know an upgrade to their five-year mark for their one dx or something like that. So I kind of wanted to stay away from those in a way I'm sure they would have been functioning cameras and the way that they had been reported but there's really no way to like get an observation of the camera and its function in your hand while you have it to see that it's really like as clean or as in good condition as you'd want it to be for something that you're going to spend 18 $100 for when I was buying used cameras it was sub $1,000 purchases so it's like well you know, it's got a couple of scuffs on it or something like that, but they were always quite nice in their physical condition. So what I ended up deciding to do was instead of purchasing on eBay or kth what I decided to do was try and check out the local marketplaces so I went on Craigslist to look at the classified listings that were there in you know, photo and video equipment for sale listing in my area. And I kind of scoured across Oregon to find you know a couple of good pieces so I was trying to look in the Portland area. I was looking over in the bend area I was looking in the Eugene area and I was also looking up into like the Seattle and Tacoma area as well because I thought well you know if I need to then I'll drive up little ways that I might save hundreds of dollars trying to purchase a nice camera system so I thought that might be a good idea. And then in addition to Craigslist, I was also getting into the Facebook marketplace where I was selling a ton of mag my stuff from a house when I was trying to set up this move over here to Maui. So I was looking around at that I was saying well maybe I can check out and see if there's camera equipment that is also listed there too. And that worked out well I was pretty impressed with it. So for the camera bodies, I found two canon five mark three bodies one of them I found over I'm banned for $1,000 flat which is an incredible deal I think I think I got that brand on that one. It had been used I think for just like a single project that someone had I think they did to have a business or they're paid to do it so they made a purchase of a five-day Mark three and then they shot like a series of web instruction like instructional videos for YouTube for a company that had purchased it and then they hadn't used that equipment in a while since then. So they were going to sell that camera off and get some of their money back. So I got the camera for $1,000 even which was fantastic it barely even had like rub marks on it on the base of it you know like when you look at the camera body physically, the rubber was in fantastic shape. And the base plate like where the tripod would go I think was the only area where there's a little bit of a scuff but it was fantastic. It was cool that it worked out so well for me so I made a purchase of that camera for 1000. Then I was looking around and I found another one up in the Portland area that a real estate agent had bought to take photographs of their property and then I think they'd found out that they didn't want a five-day Mark three but they wanted a Sony camera and so they made a purchase of a Sony camera just a few months after that. And then to make up the cost of that purchase they wanted to sell off the Canon five D Mark three that they had and so I saw I got the box too which is interesting. I got the box for the five D Mark three and had the receipt from the camera store that they bought it for it was you know 20 $600 when they bought it maybe 12 months ago or 11 months ago and I looked at the shutter count of it. There are maybe 1900 pictures that have been taken on the camera body when I purchased it it was almost like a brand-new camera. I think it was put 1000 frames on a day at the job that I had so 34:22 yeah, it was I've already broken it in quite a bit more than it had been when I purchased it so it was cool getting such a new camera for such a low price. So saving $1,000 trying to put it put the these this package of equipment together was excellent and I was really happy to do that. And that was one thing I noticed about the Canon US market is there's just and this is sort of back to that thing. It's a bigger company and they're selling more cameras out there. So it was cool that there's just so much used gear out in the market where as opposed to you know if I was looking for a D 100 on the Nikon side or a D four or something like that, it would be pretty hard to find those bodies I guess in that condition or you know in that way and then for that price it seemed like and same goes for like a Canon one dx that I was trying to find that on the US market those were held by professionals or sports photographers and those bodies were really and still very expensive when I was looking around for them but it seemed like there were so many people that were interested in doing wedding photography or doing photography as a hobby that they would kind of lean into the higher price range and pick up a five D Mark three and then find out why maybe I don't want it or maybe I want to switch over to a five D Mark for now. And so they were ditching those and offloading this for way lower prices so it was excellent time to kind of come in pick those cameras up and and kind of start getting set up but the other thing I noticed is that Okay, so now we have the five D bodies now we're going to need lenses to work on these so what I was looking for was the the USM what was it the the 24 to 70 f two eight lenses that were for like the professional full frame cameras and I was fortunate to find those again on the Facebook marketplace I think I found one in the Eugene area and I got a USM 124 to 70 which was a great price and then I also found a USM to 24 to 70 that had been used more I definitely could tell that it had been used more this even though it was a newer version lens that it definitely had I think some more where I and that's that's probably the lens that though still works great still has great optical clarity but it's probably the one that seems the most tired when I'm using it sometimes so it's interesting sometimes but but I'm sure I probably put a ton of work on it to just kind of racking it back and forth trying to get all these different photographs I was trying to shoot so i don't know i lenses don't last forever and they're mechanical pieces but but these are really well built you know these these professional hourglass systems are really sturdy and well built and I was really impressed with how they were working so I had a great time using it and I didn't really seem to run into any problems while I was trying to produce produce photographs with it but I found yeah I found one of them one of the lenses in the Eugene area and then I found another one up in Portland and so I drove up to pick that lens up and then add you know add to five D Mark threes and 224 to 70 f two eight lenses to throw on there to do a bunch of the family portrait stuff and a bunch of the you know kind of lifestyle images that I was trying to do so it was a great starting setup for me to kind of get and then move out from and so I had been working with that for a couple months and I've been trying to kind of expand from that since then. So the stuff that I'm looking for now well so I started looking into like some things for like real estate photography and one of the things that are always required for that stuff is is like a really wide angle lens. So when I was looking around with the company that I was working with they were looking for images between 17 millimeters full frame and 20 millimeters on a full-frame camera and so I went ahead and I purchased the 17 to 40-millimeter f four lenses it was quite inexpensive I mean you know, again coming from like the Nikon so what I thought like wow, that's gonna be more than $1,000 to pick up a lens for it was a low price I think was about $520 to buy a new 17 to 40 millimeter 38:37 the lens that was like that Yeah, the f4 that I was talking about. So I picked that one up to do some of the real estate photography and that amortize pretty quickly to get into it to use that for real estate jobs. It kind of paid for itself just in a couple of jobs alone without the cameras themselves and the 24 to 70 sort of paid for themselves by hammering out a bunch of family portrait sessions with them. So both of those things kind of worked out pretty well but in addition to that what I'm looking for is like the 50-millimeter f one four lenses I was looking at that too and I'm looking at those new because and this is what I'm saying is it's just it seems like Canon lens prices are sort of dropping down a bit maybe there are newer lenses and I know there's you know the there are way higher end lenses but the 50-millimeter f one for kind of lower end lens perhaps is I think 299 which is super cheap I guess that's what I paid for 35-millimeter dx lens on my old camera system, you know on the Nikon stuff so so I was I think what was it like that? The 28-millimeter f two lenses I had for my Sony camera were like 450 bucks when I bought it used right? So it was awesome to find that 50-millimeter f one four for 299. And then in addition to that, for other portrait stuff, if I wanted to do it, I could pick up an eight 85 millimeter f one eight for 299 also, and I was like, wow, these are way more reasonable price ranges than what I thought so it really for not that much, you could probably put together a full range of prime lenses that I would want to use. And I could put together a full range of zoom lenses that I wanted to use that were all kind of higher-end glass, that that would be great for, you know, professional staff, or the lifestyle stuff or the, you know, whatever kind of photography stuff I wanted to expand into. And then on top of that, I was looking at the 40:34 dough, I would love an F to eight, I was looking at the zoom lenses, and one thing I've kind of learned from this job that I was working with is when you're working with compression, and like when you're working like with zoom, and you're using the compression of the lens pass, you know, 70 millimeters like into the 80 millimeters or 100 millimeters or out to 200 f two A is soft. And a lot of times especially if you're taking pictures of a couple of people together and you're not trying to just rack right into to focus in on an eye and even when you're taking a picture a portrait of someone, you have to kind of crank it up to f4 f5 to get a depth of field that's thick enough to get their, their nose, their eyes in their ear in focus in the way that you'd need to. And it seems like well, you know, like, love the super shallow depth of field, but it seems like you want to get the person in focus, so you got to get a few parts of them and focus. Remember taking self-portraits, you know, like I hold the camera out in front of me with the Canon 50 millimeter, one eight, and try and take a picture of Marina and me somewhere and I remember Marina would be just on the plane in front of me, you know because we're trying to stand right next to each other. And maybe I would be in focus. But then Marina, just one or two inches in front of my nose would be completely out of focus, it would look just like a super blurry kind of washed area because the depth of field was so shallow. That's where I was trying to, you know, kind of finally learning like, Oh, yeah, okay, so maybe f1 eight isn't absolutely what you have to have for every photograph that you take or f1 for whatever it might be. So I was kind of finding that part out where Okay, well I'm gonna have to rack this out to like f5 or f8. Anyway, to get a sharp photograph of the thing that I'm trying to get an image of. So I have kind of rounded out that I'm going to be fine for a lot of the landscape photography that I'm interested in doing, I'm going to be fine kind of jumping into lenses that are around that f4 line. So I was looking at the USM 70 to 200 f4 lens that they have. And so I think it's, I think that the two eight, the f2 eight lenses that's 70 to 200 is like around 1500 bucks. But then the f4 is about 600 bucks, I think it's like 599 to pick up a 70 to 200 USM lens. Now it doesn't have the image stabilization on Nikon, they call it vibration reduction is that right? But it doesn't have image stabilization. And I think it is probably lacking some other additional features because I know there are two versions after that, that escalate in price quite a bit. But if you're looking for that older one, it's still available on Amazon for 599, which is a great price. If you want to get a 70 to 200 I think that was cool. And there are a lot of things you could do with it. Again, like I was saying with the compression, if you're going out to 225 millimeters and you're shooting it at four, that's going to give you a nice bokeh in the background. And you're going to get the person in focus if you need to if you're shooting a portrait and if you're shooting some kind of landscape or wildlife scene, you're going to be able to do a lot with that too. You're just gonna have a lot of flexibility in what you're able to do I love fast lenses, I'd like to always push for you to wait or have 1.2 or something like that. But I'm loving the fact that there's an opportunity for me to get a whole range of focal lengths as I'm trying to transition over into new gear for a much much lower price than what I was expecting so I think that's pretty cool I've been pretty happy with this transition over into canon equipment so far. And it's been interesting you know the thing that I'm I'm 44:19 thanks a lot for checking out this episode of The Billy Newman photo 44:22 podcast. Hope you guys check out some stuff on Billy Newman photo.com few new things up there some stuff on the homepage, some good links to other outbound sources, some links to books, and links to some podcasts like this blog posts are pretty cool. Yeah, check it out at Billy new minnesota.com. Thanks for listening to this episode and the back end

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Dejiny

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 31:03


Ich životy začali počas druhej svetovej vojny. A napriek tomu, že boli príliš malí a malé na to, aby vojnu vnímali, svetová vojna vplývala na ich životy aj dávno po svojom skončení. Reč je o deťoch narodených z vojny. O deťoch narodených v dôsledku vojny. Ich príbehy boli verejnosti dlho neznáme a historický výskum ich prehliadal. V najnovšej epizóde podcastu sa pozrieme na príbehy detí, ktoré sa narodili českým a slovenským matkám, pričom ich biologickými otcami boli americkí a sovietski vojaci. Ako prežívali tieto deti povojnové roky? Aké bolo postavenie detí amerických vojakov v komunistickom Československu, ktoré sa ostro vymedzovalo proti západným krajinám? Ako vnímali tieto deti domáci obyvatelia? Odlišovalo sa ich detstvo od detstva bežných detí v Československu? A ako sa napokon s vojnovou vo svojom životnom príbehu vyrovnali? Agáta Šústová Drelová sa rozprávala s historikom Michalom Korhelom z Inštitútu Slavistiky Poľskej Akadémie Vied a doktorandom univerzít v Augsburgu a Ústi nad Labem. Michal Korhel sa dlhodobo venuje dejinam detstva, deťom narodeným v dôsledku vojny a nemeckej menšine v strednej Európe. Popri výskume sa tiež venuje popularizácii histórie, je autorom putovnej výstavy Deti nepriateľov(?) o česko-nemeckých deťoch v povojnovom Československu. Tieto dejiny sú dejinami mnohých ľudí v Čechách ale aj na Slovensku. Ak sa Vás táto história osobne týka, prípadne poznáte niekoho kto by bol ochotný povedať svoj príbeh a pomôcť s výskumom, tento oznam je pre Vás. Historici Michal Korheľ a Denisa Nešťáková hľadajú pamätníkov sexuálneho násilia počas postupu Červenej armády územím Slovenska a zároveň aj deti narodené zo vzťahov miestnych žien a sovietskych vojakov. Kontakty: Denisa Nešťáková: denisa.nestakova@gmail.com; Michal Korhel: 0049 172 3957254, mkorhel@gmail.com Zdroj zvuku: Youtube/Vladimír Mišík - Brothers – Ak máte pre nás spätnú väzbu, odkaz alebo nápad, napíšte nám na jaroslav.valent@petitpress.sk - Všetky podcasty denníka SME nájdete na sme.sk/podcasty – Podporte vznik podcastu Dejiny a kúpte si digitálne predplatné SME.sk na sme.sk/podcast – Odoberajte aj denný newsletter SME.sk s najdôležitejšími správami na sme.sk/suhrnsme – Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Dejiny.

Bracia Rodzeń. Można pięknie żyć*
Masz nadciśnienie tętnicze? Wykonaj to proste badanie krwi✔

Bracia Rodzeń. Można pięknie żyć*

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 5:35


Analiza zdrowia----Istnieje coraz więcej dowodów na to, że redukując węglowodany możesz wyleczyć nadciśnienie. Mimo to wiele wytycznych dotyczących nadciśnienia zaleca stosowanie diety DASH o niskiej zawartości tłuszczu i podkreślającej zwiększone spożycie produktów pełnoziarnistych.Witaj w pięknym, realnym świecie

Host Lucie Výborné
Stopy na cestě jsou ukrajinský bestseller, říká překladatelka románu o kořenech války na Ukrajině

Host Lucie Výborné

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 27:29


Ritu Kindlerovou byste mohli potkat v Národní knihovně v Klementinu nebo třeba i za kostelními varhanami v Dobříši. Mimo to je však také ukrajinistka a překladatelka. Za přínos ukrajinské kultuře za hranicemi byla vyznamenána ukrajinskou mezinárodní literární cenou Hryhorije Skovorody. Nyní vychází ukrajinský román Stopy na cestě, který Rita Kindlerová přeložila. Proč by jej měl číst český čtenář?Všechny díly podcastu Host Lucie Výborné můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.

naTemat.pl
Rozmowa tygodnia INNPoland.pl #7 | Ceny, bezrobocie, emerytury. Co dalej? Wielki test dla gospodarki

naTemat.pl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 53:35


Mimo nieznacznego wyhamowania inflacji, drożyzna utrzyma się przez najbliższe lata. Do tego wzrost płacy minimalnej spowoduje niemałe zawirowania na rynku pracy. Wzrośnie bezrobocie? Na emeryturę będziemy przechodzić po 70-tce? Co z pracą w dobie presji inflacyjnej i niżu demograficznego? Oskar Sobolewski, ekspert emerytalny i rynku pracy HRK Payroll Consulting oraz twórca “Debaty emerytalnej” był gościem kolejnej “Rozmowy tygodnia” INNPoland.pl. #rozmowatygodnia #innpoland #emerytura #pieniądze #inflacja #praca #bezrobocie #wiekemerytalny

Radiožurnál
Host Lucie Výborné: Stopy na cestě jsou ukrajinský bestseller, říká překladatelka románu o kořenech války na Ukrajině

Radiožurnál

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 27:29


Ritu Kindlerovou byste mohli potkat v Národní knihovně v Klementinu nebo třeba i za kostelními varhanami v Dobříši. Mimo to je však také ukrajinistka a překladatelka. Za přínos ukrajinské kultuře za hranicemi byla vyznamenána ukrajinskou mezinárodní literární cenou Hryhorije Skovorody. Nyní vychází ukrajinský román Stopy na cestě, který Rita Kindlerová přeložila. Proč by jej měl číst český čtenář?

Naturalnie o ogrodach
167. Grudzień w ogrodzie ekologicznym

Naturalnie o ogrodach

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 45:19


Grudzień w ogrodzie ekologicznym jest czasem odpoczynku dla ogrodnika i gleby. Staramy się nie chodzić po trawnikach, zagonach i rabatach. Udeptywanie mokrej gleby, mocno szkodzi organizmom w niej żyjącym. Powinniśmy jednak wykonać jeszcze kilka prac ogrodniczych. Jeżeli musimy podczas nich wchodzić na zagony, to pamiętajmy o zasadzie jej nie udeptywania. Można wówczas położyć deskę i po niej chodzić, co rozłoży nasz ciężar na większą powierzchnię. Mimo, że grudzień, możemy jeszcze ściółkować. Kompost, przekompostowany obornik czy zrębki i kora nadają się do rozłożenia w tym miesiącu. Zabezpieczamy rośliny przed zimowymi miesiącami. Róże o długich pędach nieco przycinamy, żeby nie połamał ich wiatr, zabezpieczamy rośliny wrażliwe na mróz, w tym hortensje ogrodowe. Możemy też sadzonkować krzewy i drzewa przez sadzonki zdrewniałe, a niektóre byliny tak  że przez sadzonki korzeniowe.Czyścimy i otrzymy sekatory i noże kosiarki, konserwujemy narzędzia ogrodnicze. Dzięki temu będą służyć nam wiele lat.Pamiętamy także o ptakach. Jeżeli nie ścięliśmy bylin, do czego zachęcamy, mają gotową stołówkę zapełnioną nasionami. Dokarmiamy ptaki zimujące oraz czyścimy budki lęgowe.Ale przede wszystkim przygotowujemy się do świąt, do spotkań rodzinnych. To teraz najważniejsza sprawa ogrodnika. Ogród może zaczekać, nasze relacje z bliskimi, już nie.Zapraszamy do wysłuchania odcinka podcastu "Grudzień w ogrodzie ekologicznym". Rozmawiają Katarzyna Bellingham i Jacek NaliwajekNewsletter: https://ogrodowynewsletter.gr8.com/Kontakt: naturalnieoogrodach@gmail.comSubskrybuj nasze kanał YT:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcDsU5ePpzDBdaxJADjL2jQ?view_as=subscriber---------------Podcastu możesz też słuchać na aplikacjach mobilnych: 

Daria Abramowicz Podcast
Wygrana mimo przegranej

Daria Abramowicz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 9:30


Mecz Polska-Argentyna na mundialu w Katarze i przejście Polaków do fazy pucharowej zainspirował Darię Abramowicz do zastanowienia się, co jest ważniejsze — cel czy styl, w którym ten cel osiągamy. - Warto planować i rywalizować po to, żeby wygrać, a nie skupiać się na tym, żeby nie przegrać, bo wtedy jedziemy na zaciągniętym hamulcu ręcznym — podkreśla Daria w specjalnym, mundialowym odcinku autorskiego podcastu. Jak zbudować w sobie poczucie skuteczności? Jak mimo przeciwności zbudować poczucie pewności siebie? Dowiesz się z wydania specjalnego Daria Abramowicz Podcast.

Mystique
65 | Météo Astrale : Décembre 2022 avec Geneviève Boulet

Mystique

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 54:35


Nous sommes de retour pour discuter de ce que les transits de décembre nous réservent ! Un mois qui risque de nous faire revisiter notre colère et nos passions pour apprendre à mieux en prendre soin. Et si on ramenait les petites crises de bacon de notre enfance, mais faites de manière consciente? C'est une idée, comme ça ! Un mois qui nous permet d'explorer la tension entre notre intensité et notre sentiment d'urgence tout en faisant l'apprentissage de la patience. Introduction Décembre 2022 ( 00:07:20 ) Questions & Réponses - Zodiaque, formation d'astrologie (00:34:20) Dates importantes Vénus en Sagittaire en opposition à Mars en Gémeaux (1 décembre 2022) Mercure en Capricorne (6 décembre 2022) Pleine lune en Gémeaux en conjonction avec Mars rétrograde en Gémeaux (7-8 mars 2022) Vénus en Capricorne (10 décembre 2022) Jupiter retourne en Bélier (20 décembre 2022) Saison du Capricorne (21 décembre 2022) Soleil en Capricorne carré à Jupiter en Bélier (22 décembre 2022) Nouvelle lune en Capricorne (23 décembre 2022) Zodiaque : Les 12 signes en profondeur La formation d'astrologie sera en vente le 5 décembre prochain. Utilisez le code ZODIAQUE pour bénéficier du tarif Early Bird (valide jusqu'au 23 décembre 2023). Un programme de bourse est aussi offert. Vous pouvez appliquez dès maintenant et jusqu'au 15 décembre 2022. Mentionné dans l'épisode Obtenez 15% sur vos achats Luxcey avec le code VANESSADL15. Obtenez 15% de rabais sur vos achats sur le site EVRYY avec le code VANESSADL15. Chanson : Hunger, Florence + The Machine Crédit :

Plus
Téma dne: Chudoba stoupla na 14 procent. Musíme pomoct těm, co by se mohli dostat mimo systém, míní sociolog

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 22:18


Češi platí víc za bydlení a jídlo, přibylo i těch, kteří nezvládnou měsíčně nic ušetřit. To vyplynulo z ročního srovnání dat z průzkumu společnosti PAQ Research pro Český rozhlas a jeho projekt Česko 2022 Život k nezaplacení. Které skupiny obyvatel zasáhlo zdražování nejcitelněji a jak se vyrovnávají s rostoucí inflací?

naTemat.pl
Michał Żurawski szczerze o byciu ojcem i aktorem

naTemat.pl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 46:12


Ma teraz świetny czas. Po sukcesie serialu „Król” jego kariera nabrała jeszcze większego tempa. Lada moment pojawi się kolejna część hitowego serialu „Kruk”, w którym gra główną rolę, a już w kinach można oglądać film „Chrzciny”, w którym wystąpił m.in. obok Katarzyny Figury, Macieja Musiałowskiego czy Tomasza Schuchardta. Mimo pasma sukcesów Michał Żurawski przewrotnie stwierdza, że musi temperować ego, a aktorstwo jest jedynie rzemieślniczym fachem. Nam opowiedział o dwóch najważniejszych rolach w życiu: byciu aktorem i byciu ojcem. Zapraszamy na nową rozmowę z cyklu TALK SLOW. Gościem cyklu TALK SLOW jest Michał Żurawski. Z rozmowy dowiesz się: Dlaczego cieszy go rola w filmie „Chrzciny”? Co wspólnego ma Katarzyna Figura z… brodą ojca Michała? Kto na planie wybił Michałowi palce? Dlaczego zainteresował się buddyzmem w wieku 15 lat? I jak zareagował, gdy córka obwieściła, że woli nauczanie domowe?

Menedżer Plus
MP 189: Współczuj! Przetrwają najbardziej życzliwi | dr Julia Wahl

Menedżer Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 68:08


Mimo, że my jako ludzie jesteśmy zgodni co do tego, że warto okazywać współczucie, to jednak wielu ludziom trudno jest zrozumieć, czym ono jest i jak to robić. A człowiek jest zwierzęciem społecznym. Nasze przetrwanie jest zależne od naszej wspólnoty. … Post MP 189: Współczuj! Przetrwają najbardziej życzliwi | dr Julia Wahl pojawił się poraz pierwszy w Mariusz Chrapko.

The Mobile User Acquisition Show

Our guest today is Ekaterina Gamsriegler, Head of Growth and Marketing at Mimo - an app to help people learn coding.We cover so much ground around subscription monetization. Ekaterina talks about how the iOS privacy changes provided the early impetus for monetization experiments, and describes the different levers that impact monetization. She describes the nuances of optimizing trial screens, highlighting benefits, understanding and combating cancellations and much more. Today's interview is a masterclass in subscription monetization - and we're excited to present it today.Check out the episode here: https://mobileuseracquisitionshow.com/episode/monetization-subscriptions-ekaterina-gamsriegler-shpadareva/KEY HIGHLIGHTS:

Portréty
Před 70 lety se Slánský stal obětí vlastních čistek. Na dno a na šibenici s ním šlo deset dalších

Portréty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 39:42


Mimořádnou úlohu v politických monstrprocesech 50. let, které byly připravovány a prováděny vládnoucími komunisty jako velké divadlo pro miliony diváků, čtenářů a posluchačů, byl i proces s „protistátním spikleneckým centrem Rudolfa Slánského“. Ve speciálním cyklu Portréty odvysílá Český rozhlas Plus pět pořadů věnovaných osobnostem tak či onak spojeným s procesem.Všechny díly podcastu Portréty můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.

Wireless Future
32. Information-Theoretic Foundations of 6G (With Giuseppe Caire)

Wireless Future

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 84:57


Information theory is the research discipline that establishes the fundamental limits for information transfer, storage, and processing. Major advances in wireless communications have often been a combination of information-theoretic predictions and engineering efforts that turn them into mainstream technology. Erik G. Larsson and Emil Björnson invited the information-theorist Giuseppe Caire, Professor at TU Berlin, to discuss how the discipline is shaping current and future wireless networks. The conversation first covers the journey from classical multiuser information theory to Massive MIMO technology in 5G. The rest of the episode goes through potential future developments that can be assessed through information theory: distributed MIMO, orthogonal time-frequency-space (OTFS) modulation, coded caching, reconfigurable intelligent surfaces, terahertz bands, and the use of ever larger numbers of antennas. The following papers are mentioned: “OTFS vs. OFDM in the Presence of Sparsity: A Fair Comparison” (https://doi.org/10.1109/TWC.2021.3129975) , “Joint Spatial Division and Multiplexing”(https://arxiv.org/pdf/1209.1402.pdf), and “Massive MIMO has Unlimited Capacity” (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1705.00538.pdf). Music: On the Verge by Joseph McDade. Visit Erik's website https://liu.se/en/employee/erila39 and Emil's website https://ebjornson.com/

Dobré ráno | Denný podcast denníka SME
Ukrajinský spravodaj: NATO ostáva mimo, Cherson oslavuje aj sa chystá na zimu

Dobré ráno | Denný podcast denníka SME

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 6:47


V čase, keď sa končí desiaty mesiac ruskej invázie na Ukrajinu, sa svet dozvedel novú verziu dôvodov a cieľov ruskej agresie. Vo februári ruská propaganda hovorila o nutnosti denacifikácie Ukrajiny, nedávno prišlo aj na oslobodenie Ukrajincov od satanistov vo vláde a v sektách. Tento pondelok už hovorca Kremľa Dmitrij Peskov podľa propagandistickej stanice RT povedal, že Rusko nechce zvrhnúť Zelenského vládu. Že cieľom je len splnenie vojenských cieľov a pri nich nie je otázkou, či sa tak stane, ale kedy sa tak stane. Ciele nekonkretizoval. Ruská armáda naďalej pokračuje v ostreľovaní civilných cieľov, čoho dôsledkom bol aj zásah poľského pohraničného územia, čo vyvolalo obavy, že Poľsko, ako napadnutá krajina NATO, povolá do boja celú alianciu. Vypočujte si Ukrajinský spravodaj, súhrn toho najpodstatnejšieho, čo sa za uplynulý týždeň udialo vo vojne na Ukrajine. Správy pripravil Matúš Krčmárik, načítala ich Ľubica Melcerová. – Ak máte pre nás spätnú väzbu, odkaz alebo nápad, napíšte nám na dobrerano@sme.sk – Všetky podcasty denníka SME nájdete na sme.sk/podcasty – Podporte vznik podcastu Dobré ráno a kúpte si digitálne predplatné SME.sk na sme.sk/podcast – Odoberajte aj denný newsletter SME.sk s najdôležitejšími správami na sme.sk/brifing – Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Dobré ráno a Ukrajinský spravodaj.

The Flower Podcast
Urban Flower Farming with Urban Buds: City Grown Flowers

The Flower Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 71:05


I'm overjoyed that urban flower farming is becoming more popular. This week, we're talking with Mimo Davis and Miranda Duschack of Urban Buds City Grown Flowers in St. Louis about how they started on this amazing historic land, creating multiple revenue streams and community impact. In this episdoe we chat about: - How their flower journeys began - The history of the land they grow on - Pre-pandemic Sales Channels - Pivoting through the pandemic - Farmers Market Pricing -ASCFG - The importance of using grants   Learn more about Mimo and Miranda with all of our past guests by visiting TheFlowerPodcast.com Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. We are available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, Gaana, and many more! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for access to all of our Zoom chats, tutorials, IG Lives, and video extras. Sponsors of The Flower Podcast Curate Accent Decor The Gardeners Workshop Real Flower Business Society of American Florists Rooted Farmers ASCFG Intrigued Experience Conference

LD;GD
LD;GD 114 – Res je šlo mimo

LD;GD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 58:34


O tem, kako sta šli mimo nas interpelaciji, o novih plakatnih pristopih na lokalnih volitvah, o katerih se še nikoli ni tako malo govorilo...

Raport o stanie świata Dariusza Rosiaka
Raport o książkach - 14 listopada 2022

Raport o stanie świata Dariusza Rosiaka

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 125:21


Została pisarką, by literatura wypełniła luki w opowieści o jej życiu. Z dzieciństwa pamięta płacze i krzyki dorosłych, którzy w nocy opowiadali sobie historie o Holokauście. Mimo to była szczęśliwym dzieckiem – dzieckiem budującego się Izraela - kraju, który patrzył tylko przed siebie z niezachwianą wiarą w przyszłość. Dlaczego dziś w izraelskich księgarniach nie ma jej książek, choć była jednym z najważniejszych literackich głosów? W listopadowym Raporcie o książkach rozmowa z Lizzie Doron – autorką „Spokojnych czasów” – opowieści o pamięci, literaturze, wykluczeniu, bólu i nadziei. Opowieści o Izraelu. Oprócz tego literackie pejzaże Tel Awiwu i Jerozolimy. Poezja jest wszędzie – w najbardziej banalnych i odartych z patosu scenach, które każdego dnia rozgrywają się przed naszymi oczami – w pociągu, u lekarza, na ulicy. Po co nam poezja? "A po co nam chmury lub drzewa?" - odpowiada Jerzy Jarniewicz, znakomity polski poeta, tegoroczny zwycięzca Nagrody Literackiej NIKE. Prowadzi: Agata Kasprolewicz Rozmowa z Jerzym Jarniewiczem: Dariusz Rosiak Fragmenty literackie czyta: Olga Sarzyńska Realizacja: Kris Wawrzak Goście: Lizzie Doron Jerzy Jarniewicz Rozkład jazdy: (2:40) Avi Belleli - "L'ean" (3:37) Sharon Rotbard "Białe miasto, czarne miasto. Architektura i wojna w Tel Awiwie i Jafie." (12:07) Rozmowa z Lizzie Doron cz.1 (41:25) Lizzie Doron "Spokojne czasy" (48:34) Rozmowa z Lizzie Doron cz.2 (1:02:05) Amos Oz "Na ziemi Izraela" (1:12:07) Podziękowania (1:16:56) Rozmowa z Jerzym Jarniewiczem (1:57:41) Do usłyszenia (1:58:19) Bob Dylan - "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again"

Plus
Téma Plus: Svobodná Evropa nabízí znovu zprávy v maďarštině a bulharštině. Proč?

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 53:56


Zahájení rozhlasového vysílání bylo významným předělem v šíření informací. Mimořádně se osvědčilo v období druhé světové války, kdy lidé – přestože riskovali životy – i přes zákazy nacistického vedení poslouchali vysílání z Londýna či z Moskvy. Tyto zkušenosti pak vedly na přelomu 40. a 50. let minulého století k rozhodnutí založit rozhlasovou stanici Rádio Svobodná Evropa/Rádio Svoboda. Cíl byl jednoduchý: poskytovat pravdivé a svobodné informace do zemí za železnou oponou.

Podcast Lepiej Teraz
PLT #241 NIEZNISZCZALNI- Marek Tulliusz Cyceron i jego lekcje życia- Radek Budnicki

Podcast Lepiej Teraz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 32:57


Dzisiejszy odcinek poświeciłem lekcjom życia Marka Tulliusza Cycerona, wielkiego mówcy, prawnika i senatora żyjącego i tworzącego wspaniałe dzieła w Starożytnym Rzymie, u schyłku Republiki.Wieki mijają, a ludzkość się nie zmienia. Ciągle widzimy tragedie i okrucieństwa popełniane na słabszych. Rozwinęliśmy naukę i technologię, ale nie zrobiliśmy moralnego postępu, by zakończyć wojny i niszczenie planety. Ten rok, jak żaden od dziesięcioleci pokazał, że ciagle znaczenie ma brutalna siła i chciwość. Moralność można zagłuszyć workiem pieniędzy. Liczy się walka o coraz bardziej kurczące się naturalne zasoby Ziemi i krótkowzroczna przyjemność obecnych pokoleń. Mimo tego, że wiele krajów poczyniło postępy, odgrodziło swój „raj” od tych, którzy ciagle żyją w piekle na Ziemi.Powszechnie uważa się, że był jednym z najwybitniejszych umysłów starożytnego Rzymu. Wprowadził Rzymian do naczelnych szkół filozofii greckiej oraz stworzył łaciński słownik filozoficzny. Był językoznawcą, tłumaczem i filozofem. Oraz odnoszącym sukcesy mówcą i skutecznym i niezwykle odważnym prawnikiem i filozofem. To jak żył, a jeszcze bardziej jak umarł skłoniło mnie do zaliczenia go w poczet NIEZNISZCZALNYCH.Obecnie Cyceron słynie z humanizmu oraz swoich pism filozoficznych i politycznych. Wywarł ogromny wpływ na kulturę pisarstwa Europy. Większość jego pism listów i dzieł przetrwała do dnia dzisiejszego. Internet jest pełen jego sentencji i mądrych maksym. W jego dziełach można trafić na wiele wartościowych lekcji. W pismach swych wymienił najczęściej popełniane przez ludzi błędy, które pozwoliłem sobie przytoczyć w tym odcinku. Zapraszam do słuchania mnie na Spotify lub w odtwarzaczu poniżej.

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Hosté: Jakub Michálek (Piráti) - předseda poslaneckého klubu Patrik Nacher (nestr. za ANO) - poslanec, zastupitel hl. města Praha Monika Zahálková - výkonná ředitelka České bankovní asociace https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/1096898594-udalosti-komentare/222411000371101/