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In today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out:WTJU 91.1 FM is a different sort of radio station. It's dedicated to sharing the transcendent experience of music while raising funds from listeners across the world. From October 4th through 10th, WTJU airs its annual Jazz Marathon. Tune in for a deep dive into everything from bebop to blues. WTJU's Volunteer DJs will play the spectrum jazz – from Billie Holiday to Cannonball Adderly to Pharaoh Sanders. Plus live, local jazz performances throughout the week. Visit the Jazz Marathon schedule now to plot your listening schedule!On today’s show:Catching up with Charlottesville City Council with info on the police chief search, a lease for a garden in McIntire Park, and moreA major convenience store franchise is pursuing a fourth store in Charlottesville’s urban areaAn update on the pandemic from Governor Ralph NorthamSince the last newsletter on September 23, 2021, COVID’s late summer surge in Virginia is showing signs of slowing down. The seven day average of new cases has decreased down to 3,003 and the seven-day percent positivity is down to 9.1 percent. That figure was 9.7 five days ago. In the Blue Ridge Health District, there have been 392 cases reported today since the last newsletter and and another four fatalities. The seven-day percent positivity is 7.2. Governor Ralph Northam held his first pandemic press briefing in some time yesterday and said this trend is encouraging.“In the past few days, case numbers have started to move down and hospitalization numbers are leveling off and that is a hopeful sign,” Northam said. “But the numbers are still way too high.”Northam reminded Virginians that at one point at the beginning of the summer, there was a day with less than a hundred new cases. As of today, 60.1 percent of Virginians are fully vaccinated and 71.5 percent of the adult population is now fully vaccinated. “The data show that nearly everyone who is getting COVID is unvaccinated,” Northam said. “I want to repeat that. Nearly everyone who is getting COVID is unvaccinated.”You can check the data here. The Delta variant began widespread transmission in early June and Northam said the current surge could have been avoided if people had gotten their shot or shots. He said the cost of hospital care for this summer’s surge is $5 billion and rising. Northam said at this point, there is little he can do to urge people who refuse to get the vaccine, but he brought up his personal experience contracting COVID.“Believe me, you don’t want to get it,” Northam said. “My case was back in September, and a year later I still can’t smell anything or taste anything and now the COVID variant that’s going around is a lot worse than the one in September.”You can watch all of Northam’s briefing on YouTube. He has updated on booster shots and more. (watch)Albemarle County will soon begin a search to find a new county attorney. Greg Kamptner has been in the position for nearly six and a half years and will retire next year, according to materials for Wednesday’s closed door meeting of the Board of Supervisors. Kamptner began working for the county in 1995 and became deputy county attorney in 2007. If you’re interested in land use law in Albemarle and Virginia, Kamptner literally wrote the handbook. (Land Use Law Handbook)A site plan has filed for a Wawa gas station within the city of Charlottesville on 5th Street Extended. If approved and constructed it would be either the third or fourth franchise within the urban area around Charlottesville. Plans have also been filed for a Wawa at the corner of Route 29 and Greenbrier , just over the line in Albemarle. The property in Charlottesville is currently a Hardee’s restaurant. A virtual site plan conference is scheduled for October 20. Materials for that meeting sent to neighborhood associations do not identify the 5,300 square foot gas station as a Wawa, but the agenda for the September 14, 2021 Planning Commission identifies Wawa as the subject of a future consideration by the Entrance Corridor Review Board. That will be the only legislative approval required for the project as the property is zoned for Highway Mixed Use Corridor. In today's subscriber-fueled public service announcement: Lovers of used books rejoice! The Friends of the Jefferson Madison Regional Library will resume the tradition of their annual Fall Book Sale this October 2nd through October 10 at a new location! The Friends of the Library sale will take place at Albemarle Square Shopping Center from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day. Half-price days on October 9 and October 10. Questions? Visit jmrlfriends.org for more information.To celebrate my high school reunion this weekend, I took a few days off last week. That means there will be a lot of segments this week about a lot of different meetings I missed. There’s a lot to get through so we’re all caught up. Let’s go back first to the City Council meeting from September 20, 2021. City Manager Chip Boyles brought up an op-ed column he wrote for the Daily Progress regarding his decision at the beginning of this month to fire former Police Chief RaShall Brackney.“While standing firm on the decision I did make, the fact is I could have handled the decision quite differently,” Boyles said. “I could have and should have engaged Council and my leadership team in more deliberating and on my intended actions so that I not only had their input but also had a broader perspective of the community’s response.”Boyles said he could not talk about all of the reasons for the firing at this time due to confidentiality but did say he did meet with representatives of the Police Benevolent Association about their survey. He said the August 20 press release that went out unsigned was approved by him, and that the briefly retired Major Jim Mooney will serve as assistant chief only until an interim police chief is hired. “Procedures are in place to create a committee for both the interim police chief search and to fill the permanent police chief position,” Boyles said.That will consist of one City Councilor, representatives from the city manager’s office, the Police Civilian Review Board, the Human Rights Commission, and three other members of the public. Later, Council voted 4-1 on a resolution to approve the report for how the city spent its Community Development Block Grant and HOME funding for fiscal year 2020 which ran from July 1, 2020 to June 30 of this year. Mayor Nikuyah Walker voted against what’s known as the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). (staff report)“The CDBG and the entitlement portion of what’s in here, I think there are some things we could do differently,” Walker said. “And I have questions that I have expressed the entire time I’ve been here about the HOME funds are used and whether the citizens are receiving the best services possible.”After that, Council held the first reading of entering into a ground lease with the Botanical Garden of the Piedmont, a nonprofit that has been working with the city to use a portion of land in the northeast corner of McIntire Park.“Documentation previously approved at the Council level goes back to September of 2012 with a master plan of McIntire Park,” said City Manager Boyles. “There have been conceptual designs, resolutions for agreement, a [memorandum of understanding] with the McIntire Botanical Garden, and then most recently in 2017 a final site plan approval for McIntire Park.”Under the terms of the MOU, the Botanical Garden of the Piedmont would cover the costs of any buildings or structures in the site. Under the terms of the lease, they would have to begin construction within five years of it being signed. “This would be a landlord/tenant lease and not a partnership with the botanical garden,” Boyles said. “The city is not asked to contribute any financial resources to this other than once complete, Parks and Recreation would be asked to maintain the parking lots and the sidewalks of the parking area.” The project will include a stream restoration and a pedestrian trail through the area. The proposed ground lease will be updated to provide more clarity on this item before the second reading and public hearing on Council’s October 4 meeting. There will be no cost to visit the park but there will be a fee to reserve function space. (9/20 edition of the ground lease)Next, the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority (CRHA) briefed Council on the way several public housing construction projects are being financed. But, we’re going to hold off on that one for today until a future installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement. This week I’m hoping to get one out each day so I can get caught up with what I’ve missed. I hope my writing continues to be of benefit to you. Please send it on to someone else you think might be interested! This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe
durée : 00:54:00 - La librairie francophone - par : Emmanuel Kherad - Ce week-end, nous recevons David Diop pour son nouveau roman qui nous emmène au Sénégal, Simonetta Greggio pour l'histoire terrible de sa vie familiale en Italie et puis de la musique avec le nouvel de Mou et Hakim en avant-première, sur des textes de Claude Nougaro. - invités : Leïla Slimani, David Diop, ZEBDA, Simonetta GREGGIO - Leïla Slimani : Écrivain, David Diop :, Zebda : Groupe de Musique, Simonetta Greggio : Romancière italienne
The Champions League and Europa League return, with Jimbo, James Horncastle, Alvaro Romeo and Julien Laurens on hand to preview Matchday 1. Barcelona host Bayern, with Barca now bigger underdogs than they were when they lost 8-2 in 2020. Real Madrid travel to San Siro to face Inter. Under Ancelotti, the team are exciting with Vinicius no longer fictitious. It's Liverpool v Milan at Anfield, where we should all be thankful that Zlatan is back in the Champions League. Similarly we take time to purr over Messi's hat-trick against Bolivia. Domestically, we show some love to Sampaoli's Marseille. And in Serie A, is it too early to proclaim Mourinho's Roma as title challengers? Or to write Allegri's Juve out of the title race? RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: The Champions League and Europa League are back (02m 00s) • PART 1b: Moment of the weekend (04m 00s) • PART 2: Barcelona v Bayern Munich preview (08m 00s) • PART 3: Inter v Real Madrid preview (22m 00s) • PART 4: Liverpool v Milan preview (30m 00s) • PART 5: Europa League highlights (39m 00s) • PART 6: Serie A – the Mou train picks up speed (49m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
حساب التويتر https://twitter.com/AnidomC الكيروس كات https://curiouscat.me/Anidomcast البودكاست على جوجل https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnNvdW5kY2xvdWQuY29tL3VzZXJzL3NvdW5kY2xvdWQ6dXNlcnM6NzAxMTkxNTAyL3NvdW5kcy5yc3M?ep=14 ابل بودكاست https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anidom-cast/id1520135603 البودكاست على ساوند كلاود https://soundcloud.com/user-486134539-665694877?ref=clipboard اليوتيوب https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsJLNOn6YdCRNLLtwkrVPjg حساب الانستقرام https://www.instagram.com/anidomc/ الاعضاء راكان https://twitter.com/re2000an حذيفه https://twitter.com/HM88R مصعب https://twitter.com/JoyBoy11_ المقدمه 00:00:00 الاعمال : الرحله 00:02:07 قطه 00:03:28 تسويق من الزبالة 00:04:07 Tantei wa Mou, Shindeiru. 00:05:19 https://myanimelist.net/anime/46471/Tantei_wa_Mou_Shindeiru Vanitas no Karte 00:11:43 https://myanimelist.net/anime/48580/Vanitas_no_Karte Kanojo mo Kanojo 00:21:10 https://myanimelist.net/anime/43969/Kanojo_mo_Kanojo Bokutachi no Remake 00:24:45 https://myanimelist.net/anime/40904/Bokutachi_no_Remake Genjitsu Shugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki 00:35:07 https://myanimelist.net/anime/41710/Genjitsu_Shugi_Yuusha_no_Oukoku_Saikenki Seirei Gensouki 00:37:20 https://myanimelist.net/anime/44203/Seirei_Gensouki Sonny Boy 00:43:19 https://myanimelist.net/anime/48849/Sonny_Boy Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai! 00:50:36 https://myanimelist.net/anime/48753/Jahy-sama_wa_Kujikenai Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu 00:57:26 https://myanimelist.net/anime/43523/Tsuki_ga_Michibiku_Isekai_Douchuu Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid 01:01:16 https://myanimelist.net/anime/47257/Shinigami_Bocchan_to_Kuro_Maid Peach Boy Riverside 01:07:02 https://myanimelist.net/anime/42627/Peach_Boy_Riverside Shiroi Suna no Aquatope 01:16:12 https://myanimelist.net/anime/46093/Shiroi_Suna_no_Aquatope Heion Sedai no Idaten-tachi 01:21:15 https://myanimelist.net/anime/42625/Heion_Sedai_no_Idaten-tachi Uramichi Oniisan 01:27:10 https://myanimelist.net/anime/40620/Uramichi_Oniisan Meikyuu Black Company 01:29:25 https://myanimelist.net/anime/42340/Meikyuu_Black_Company Deatte 5-byou de Battle 01:35:08 https://myanimelist.net/anime/43814/Deatte_5-byou_de_Battle Cheat Kusushi no Slow Life: Isekai ni Tsukurou Drugstore 01:40:05 https://myanimelist.net/anime/40960/Cheat_Kusushi_no_Slow_Life__Isekai_ni_Tsukurou_Drugstore Re-Main 01:42:19 https://myanimelist.net/anime/48406/Re-Main Kaizoku Oujo 01:47:32 https://myanimelist.net/anime/42544/Kaizoku_Oujo Kageki Shoujo!! 01:52:30 https://myanimelist.net/anime/43691/Kageki_Shoujo الاجزاء الثانيه 100-man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru 2nd Season 01:58:18 https://myanimelist.net/anime/44881/100-man_no_Inochi_no_Ue_ni_Ore_wa_Tatteiru_2nd_Season Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 2nd Season Part 2 (حرق) 02:03:26 https://myanimelist.net/anime/41487/Tensei_shitara_Slime_Datta_Ken_2nd_Season_Part_2
Agosto terminó con una fecha FIFA que dejó mucha preocupación para la Roma por el tema lesiones, pero también un par de alegrías importantes como los debut de Veretout y Zalewski. Hablamos de lo que se viene en el mes de septiembre, un mes con seis partidos entre liga y copa, el cual cierra con el derby, en teoría un mes no muy exigente, pero será el primer mes donde veremos a Mou trabajar a plenitud. Hablamos también sobre la situación económica del club, los Friedkin buscan nuevos inversores de cara al futuro, que pudiera pasar y cómo resolver la situación? Calciomercato: de última hora llega una oferta por Diawara y la Roma está abierta a vender. Nzonzi sigue sin aclarar su postura y no hay nueva pistas sobre su salida. La Previa: Roma - Sassuolo Esto y mucho más. (Ep. 116) Forza Roma! Estamos en www.planetaroma.net/podcast También en apple podcast, google podcast, spotify, stitcher, tunein, ivoox. Música: Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeod
In this episode of The Weekly Defence Podcast, we cast an eye over the Army 2021 exhibition in Russia and speak to the UK Space Agency, to look at the country's future operations in this growing domain. Newsround [ 1:23] The US has sealed the end of its 20-year involvement in Afghanistan on 31 August when its final aircraft took off from Kabul Airport.This followed the evacuation of UK forces which was completed on 28 August.China is making a real effort in showcasing its UAV designs with operations that could be pushing too close to the airspace of its neighbours. On 24 August, the Japanese MoD stated that a Chinese TB001 Male UAV flew near Japanese territory. In the UK, four new consortia have signed new contracts of about £5 million apiece to develop their Fleet Solid Support ship designs.Babcock International and Hyundai Heavy Industries have signed an MoU to foster collaboration on the development of the Republic of Korea's CVX aircraft carrier programme.In Focus News Editor Ben Vogel and Senior Land Reporter Tim Fish dissect some of the key highlights from the floor of Army 2021, which took place in Moscow on 22-28 August. Highlights include Russian Helicopters signing a contract with Russian MoD to procure 30 modernised Ka-52Ms in 2022-23; a new long-range guided helicopter missile called Izdelie 305 LMUR; new variants of the Taifun family of vehicles; a new Arctic APC vehicle and more.Interview- UK Space Agency [27:20] Creative Director Tony Skinner speaks to Ian Annett, Deputy Chief Executive at the UK Space Agency, to look at the prospects of a future space launch capability from the UK and implications for both the commercial and military space sector. This episode was produced by Noemi Distefano with music and sound mixing by Fred Prest.
About Speaker: Aditya Pachpande is an entrepreneur, and an innovator, who while still a student of grade 9, is a force to reckon with in the field of education and innovation. He co-founded NextGenInnov8 Global Solutions Pvt. Ltd. – a company dedicated to spark the power of innovation in every child. As a way to combat COVID-19, he created SURAKSHA BOX – a UVC light sterilization box, which is used to sterilize essential items like food and groceries and protects all strains of COVID-19. The Box also has a Govt. Of India Patent Published and certified by ICMR Approved Lab. Winner of multiple awards and the youngest ever student to complete three summer academies at Harvard and an entrepreneurship course at Babson. He has an MOU with Harvard for bringing Summer Business Academy Program to India. #YoungMinds #PoweredByTheSmartClass #Youngchangemakers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/future-school-leaders/message
With the transfer window creaking shut, Jimbo, Julien Laurens, James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein and Alvaro Romeo review the last weekend of club football across Europe before the international break. Lionel Messi makes his debut for PSG but will Kylian Mbappe stay on as his team-mate? Will Real Madrid make a dramatic move on deadline day? It's a nightmare beginning to life after Ronaldo for Juventus but Roma fans are all aboard on the Mou train. Van Bommel's boys top the Bundesliga. A bad week for Leipzig who lose the match and lose Marcel Sabitzer to Bayern. In Spain, Barca are victorious but unimpressive, while Bordalas is electrifying Valencia. Plus Pique the entrepreneur and Balotelli blasts off again. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (02m 30s) • PART 2: Messi makes his PSG debut but will Mbappe stay? (07m 00s) • PART 3: Juve start life without Ronaldo with defeat (17m 30s) • PART 4a: Wolfsburg top the Bundesliga (24m 00s) • PART 4b: Champions League & Europa League draws (34m 00s) • PART 5: La Liga – Barca victorious but unimpressive (40m 00s) • PART 6: Ligue 1 – Lyon win at last (47m 00s) • PART 7: Serie A – Roma and Lazio on fire (53m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Attempts at conversion therapy are taking place across the country: in village churches, Harley street clinics and counsellors treatment rooms. In this fourth episode of a seven-part-series, reporter Emily Sargent goes undercover again, to explore the extremely secretive practice. This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one month free at: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. If you, or someone you know, has been affected by the issues raised in this episode, the following organisations can help:Switchboard provides an information, support and referral service for anyone who needs to consider issues around their sexuality.Phone: 0300 330 0630 (10am-10pm).Samaritans is available for anyone struggling to cope and provide a safe place to talk 24 hours a day.Phone: 116 123Guests: -Suzi Ruffell, stand-up comedian; host, Out with Suzi Ruffell.-Pamela Gawler-Wright, UKCP Accredited Contemporary Psychotherapist; independent consultant to the MoU on conversion therapy in the UK.Host: Emily Sargent, journalist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tras la eliminación de River en la Libertadores, el fútbol argentino de clubes vive uno de sus peores momentos a nivel deportivo. Charlamos con Néstor Gorosito que propone que Argentina recupere sus raíces futbolísticas. Además analizamos el regreso de Mou a Italia y de Lukaku a Inglaterra.
SEC and ECB sign MOU on cross-border supervision of SBS entities. UK education company settles SEC charges for misleading disclosures concerning cyberattack. FINRA warns firms on phishing email campaign. FINRA proposes extension of temporary pandemic-related relief. Broker-dealer settles FINRA charges for supervisory failures on EB-5 activities. NYDFS superintendent to step down. Comment deadline set for NCUA board proposed leverage ratio for complex credit unions.
Series de las que hablamos en esta ocasión: 9:05 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S 11:40 My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! X 14:34 Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Sotsu 16:30 Tantei wa Mou, Shindeiru 21:25 Resident Evil : infinite darkness 24:27 Kageki Shoujo!! 31:24 Shinigami Bocchan to Kuro Maid 35:10 Shiroi Suna no Aquatope 39:17 Seirei Gensouki 49:08 Re-Main 55:35 Peach Boy Riverside 62:21 Night Head 2041 68:20 Mahouka Koukou no Yuutousei 76:05 Shuumatsu no Walkure 82:56 Kanojo mo Kanojo 93:21 Meikyuu Black Company 99:15 Vanitas no Karte 104:30 Scarlet Nexus 110:26 Sonny Boy 116:20 Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu 127:32 Bokutachi no Remake Gracias por escucharnos y tenernos paciencia 😅 Recuerden seguirnos en redes sociales, escribirnos y comentar que les gusta y que no del podcast o hasta si quieren que les mandemos un saludo, estamos siempre atentos :3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRCAKIBA/ Twitter : @Todorimaakiba Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/todorimacon/ Twitch: https://m.twitch.tv/todorimaconakiba/home
Representatives from several agencies came together Aug. 4 for the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) as to how they will address domestic violence and sexual assault in Wilson County. “This agreement outlines each agency's responsibilities and goals toward a coordinated response to increase safety and services for victims and hold offenders accountable,” said Jennifer Fernandez, executive director of the Guadalupe Valley Family Violence Shelter's Crisis Center in Floresville. In addition to the crisis center, parties to the MOU include: •81st Judicial District Attorney's Office •81st Judicial District adult and juvenile probation offices •Wilson County Attorney's Office •Wilson County...Article Link
Should we write a MOU or a renter's contract for use of our space? We have opinions! Also, this week Stacey has some thoughts about dealing with a board chair who wants to be CCd on all the ED's emails, and we share some tips on starting a scholarship program. Topics: Help! The board chair wants to be CCd on every email! - 0:00 Should we use an MOU or a renter's contract if we're renting space to another nonprofit? - 5:13 Any best practices for adding a scholarship program? - 18:49 Save the Date! The Alliance for Nevada Nonprofits 2021 Conference will be held at The Center on October 14-15 in Las Vegas. Stay tuned for additional details!
A -1 dalla Cerimonia di apertura ufficiale dei Giochi di Tokyo, continuiamo ad assaggiare l'atmosfera olimpica: è proprio il caso di dire assaggiare perchè disturbiamo il nostro inviato Dario Ricci nella prima cena a Casa Italia. Disturbiamo anche l'altro Ricci, Filippo Maria, spiaggiato sulle spiagge della Maremma, ma sempre in collegamento con la Spagna che ha debuttato nel torneo olimpico di calcio: solo uno 0-0 contro l'Egitto. Convocatissima Margerita Granbassi, madrina televisiva di Eurosport per questa edizione olimpica: le sue aspettative su una squadra, quella della scherma, che è storicamente il fiore all'occhiello dell'Italia a cinque cerchi. Oggi è il compleanno dell'AS Roma, festeggiato ieri in strada da migliaia di tifosi. Sarà un compleanno diverso, ancora con l'effetto Mou nell'aria come ci conferma Jacopo Savelli.
On this episode of On the Job With PORAC, PORAC President Brian Marvel and Vice President Damon Kurtz invite in RMT Chairman Terry Moore and PORAC Board Representative Tim Davis to talk about PORAC's Retiree Medical Trust and why PORAC members should join the program. About PORAC's Retiree Medical Trust The PORAC Retiree Medical Trust is a funding vehicle in which to deposit money while you are working, to pay for medical expenses after you retire, pursuant to the rules of the Plan. Any PORAC member association may choose, as a bargaining unit (through collective bargaining), to join the Trust. (You cannot choose to join as an individual; it must be through bargaining by your association.) Currently, we have associations participating from California, Oregon and Washington. That includes both Police and Fire. It is anticipated that we will begin to grow into additional states in 2021. The Trust's Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan is a financial tool that allows current employees to save money tax-free to pay for medical expenses they will incur in retirement. The Trust will invest pre-tax contributions, earn income tax-free, and after retirement, reimburse participants tax-free for covered medical expenses and health insurance premiums. Benefits are funded with regular payroll transfers and/or lump-sum transfers of sick and vacation leave. The unions and employers must negotiate a set contribution rate and must transfer the same percentage of each employee's accrued leave for all members. An individual employee cannot elect to contribute more than what is set forth in their MOU. Click Here to learn more about RMT! About PORAC's Corporate Sponsor Conkling Team - CrossCountry Mortgage The Conkling Team's mission is simple: to provide you with the best possible advice and benefit to your financial needs while facilitating a straightforward, transparent mortgage process for buyers, sellers and realtors. Their team is dedicated to making the mortgage process easy, stress-free and rewarding. Our culture is based on honesty, humility, integrity, and service — whether you're stuck in the snow on a cold winter night or seeking to achieve the American dream of homeownership. Who is Conkling Team CrossCountry Mortgage? How can Conkling Team CrossCountry Mortgage help you? Check them out to get answers to these questions and connect with them on social media. For more information, contact: Phone: 855-847-0975 Email: FirstResponder@myccmortgage.com Conkling Team CrossCountry Mortgage Website FACEBOOK PAGE
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: Law firm Clifford Chance has advised the ground-breaking blockchain digital trade finance network, Contour, on its Series A+ preferred financing and fundraising round, securing new investment from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation as well as existing investors The European Union (EU) and Ukraine have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) covering critical raw materials and batteries as the 27-country bloc tries to diversify supplies following disruptions caused by the pandemic The leading global financial services association for international transaction banking - BAFT - has announced the publication of the first edition of LIBOR Transition: Impact on Trade Finance – Frequently Asked Questions Guide to inform and respond to frequently asked questions related to LIBOR transition for U.S. Dollar and UK Pound Sterling Like what you hear? Hit subscribe to stay up to date and for all the latest news online visit www.txfnews.com today.
Neometals is an ASX-listed innovative project developer based out of Australia. The company is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: NMT) and is developing projects in the minerals and materials required for a sustainable future.The company currently has 4 core projects. These include a Lithium battery recycling project, a demonstration plant in Germany, a high-grade Vanadium slag project in Scandinavia where high-purity Vanadium is recovered from slags, and a residual upstream mining asset-based in Australia. These projects encompass recycling materials recovery through to production of the upstream mineral concentrates. Neometals has been busy lately and has published a lot of press releases since the middle of May. The company recently completed a deal with a Canadian company called Stelco with an MOU towards a JV on recycling batteries. They have also recently announced that they have started the commissioning process of their showcase demonstration facility in Germany.Further to the Palladium results at the Nickel exploration ground, Neometals has announced their intention to spin out the project to a dedicated ASX listed company. Neometals has also published resource updates for individual deposits that comprise the Mt. Edwards project. Neometals has also sold the off-take rights from the Mt. Marion Lithium Hydroxide project for A$30M. The company has tightened up the business and the story has become simpler with projects orientated towards materials recovery and ESG and sustainability. 2022 will be a busy year for Neometals as they are looking at FIDs for their first battery recycling plant in the first half of next year. The Barrambie project will also come on stream in the first half of next year and the Vanadium recovery project by the end of 2022.
Welcome to another episode of the light novel podcast. We're talking about the summer 2021 Anime season and all the series/movies adapted from light novels. 0:00 Intro Summer 2021 Anime 1:14 Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken 2nd Season Part 2 That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime 3:23 Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta... X My Next Life as a Villainess 5:48 Mahouka Koukou no Yuutousei The Honor Student at Magic High School Genjitsu Shugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki 8:57 How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom Tantei wa Mou, Shindeiru. 15:40 The Detective is Already Dead Bokutachi no Remake 22:02 Remake our Life! Cheat Kusushi no Slow Life: Isekai ni Tsukurou Drugstore 28:34 Cheat Pharmacist's Slow Life: Making a Drugstore in Another World 31:00 Seirei Gensouki Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu 37:41 Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy
We discussed: technology in art, collaborations, contracts, MOU, memorandum of understanding, NFT, NFTart, copyright, IP, Intellectual property law, commissioned art, model releases, appropriation, Fair use, idea–expression dichotomy, Idea–expression distinction, and legacy planning. People + Places mentioned: Serpentine Galleries R&D Platform Legal Lab - https://www.serpentinegalleries.org/whats-on/legal-lab/ Hans Ulrich Obrist - https://news.artnet.com/art-world/exhibitionists-what-comes-after-farce-1865298 Serpentine Gallery - https://www.serpentinegalleries.org Joseph Beuys - https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/joseph-beuys-747 Tom Robbins - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Robbins Harald Szeemann - https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/07/22/harald-szeemanns-revolutionary-curating https://guestworkagency.art Hosted by Matthew Dols http://matthewdols.com Supported in part by: EEA Grants from Iceland, Liechtenstein + Norway https://eeagrants.org and we appreciate the assistance of our partners in this project: Hunt Kastner – https://huntkastner.com Kunstsentrene i Norge – https://www.kunstsentrene.no
While excellent newsletters on specific themes within public policy already exist, this thought letter is about frameworks, mental models, and key ideas that will hopefully help you think about any public policy problem in imaginative ways.Audio narration by Ad-Auris. Global Policy Watch: G7@Cornwall: Return Of A Rules-Based International Order? Bringing an Indian perspective to burning global issues- RSJA key geopolitical question to ask as most of the world gets back to normalcy following the pandemic is - what kind of a world will we be living in?I was expecting the G7 meeting held in Cornwall last week to help with an answer. It didn’t entirely. But it did help in framing the key questions that will engage commentators discussing about the world order this decade. The rhetoric at the end of the summit was summed by Boris Johnson: “the West is back”. Johnson and Biden repeatedly made the point about the summit representing the coming together of the great democracies of the world. Others parroted the same line. Even PM Modi speaking on the final day as part of the outreach programme positioned India as a natural ally of G7 in its resolve to fight the challenges arising out of authoritarianism, terrorism and disinformation. Democracies V Autocracies Now?The need to counter the ideological and economic challenge of China has bipartisan support now in Washington. Naturally, Canada, UK and Japan are in the same boat. The summit succeeded in making the somewhat reluctant Germany, France and Italy come around to the same view. This looks like an attempt to roll back the Cold War years. But like we have written in the past, China is a very different threat from the erstwhile USSR. In fact, it is USSR on steroids. So making the threat of China into the familiar construct of Cold War that you are comfortable dealing with is like searching for your lost keys under a lamppost because there’s light under it. It will be easy to search but you won’t necessarily find the keys. The other problem for G7 is how to treat Russia. With China the two strands of a superpower contest and the mortal combat with an illiberal regime that won’t reform as was expected, come together. So it offers ideological clarity. Russia isn’t an economic superpower and its political strength is restricted to its backyard. But it ticks all the boxes of a rogue, authoritarian regime - stifling dissent, encouraging crony capitalism, launching cyber attacks against other nations and meddling in their elections. Does the G7 slot Russia into the same ideological enemy category as China and push it further into its arms? Then we have a very different Cold War on our hands. Or, does it give Russian illiberal tendencies a free pass to keep it neutral and counter the threat of China? The Putin-Biden summit that followed the G7 meet seems to suggest that’s the likely course of action. But if you do that, where is the ideological glue of ‘great liberal democracies’ coming together? What stops other democracies (Brazil, Turkey, India and many more) to go down authoritarian route knowing the ideology is a sham? Marshalling A New Plan?The other question is how committed are the G7 to back their return to relevance with financial support, commitment to free trade and moral leadership during the next crisis? The evidence during the pandemic wasn’t flattering. It was everyone to themselves. The easy thing is to blame it on Trump but the hesitancy of Biden administration during early days to share its vaccine stockpile suggests ‘America First’ won’t just disappear after Trump. The summit threw up two responses to allay concerns on this. One, the promise by G7 to provide for more than one billion vaccine doses to the developing world. This was a late but welcome step to regain a semblance of moral authority. But one billion isn’t enough to inoculate the poorest in the world. It didn’t go far enough. Two, the G7 decided to counter China’s Belt-and-Road initiative (BRI) with its own plan to lend billions of dollars in financing infrastructure in developing nations. As the New York Times reported:The plan described by the White House appeared to stitch together existing projects in the United States, Europe and Japan, along with an encouragement of private financing. A fact sheet distributed to reporters gave it a name, “Build Back Better for the World,” with roots in Mr. Biden’s campaign theme — shortened to B3W, a play on China’s BRI.It emphasizes the environment, anti-corruption efforts, the free flow of information and financing terms that would allow developing countries to avoid taking on excessive debt. One of the criticisms of Belt and Road is that it leaves the nations that sign on dependent on China, giving Beijing too much leverage over them.There are a few problems with this plan. One, it is not clear how much of a success BRI has been for China. The programme has been beset with inflated costs and accusations of debt trap by countries borrowing from it. China seems to have gone tepid on it too. So, why copy a plan that failed for China? Two, Italy is already a member of the BRI and France and Germany don’t share the Biden’s administration conviction in taking on China economically. There are huge investments and trade deals hanging in balance there. This isn’t as tight a house as it appeared from the outside during the summit. Three, the G7 equivalent of BRI will need capital contributions from all the members who aren’t themselves in the best fiscal state at this moment. And we aren’t even counting the unresolved Brexit issues (including the Northern Ireland protocol) between UK and EU which threatened to sour the summit. The US treasury seems ready to sign ever increasing checks for domestic stimulus, infrastructure and green deal. Now they will have to fund this too. The icecreams cannot keep coming out of the truck indefinitely. Also, the G7’s insistence of democracy and human rights record will make many developing countries continue to look at the guilt-free Chinese loans. And let’s admit it, there are more of those regimes than others. Four, the G7 will have to respond to the popular opinion in their own backyards and it is difficult to see how over the next decade free trade, multilateral funding and supporting infrastructure around the world will be politically rewarding. A few regime changes among the G7 nations and this plan will come unstuck. China meanwhile has no such problems. Xi isn’t going anywhere soon. Nor is Putin.Saving Humanity?The final question is how will the G7 respond to future global crises after learning the lessons from this pandemic? The list of existential threats to the world isn’t short today with climate change at the van. The summit picked up climate change with a renewed pledge to raise $100bn a year through till 2025 to help developing countries cut emissions and move away from coal. There are two problems here. First, this isn’t enough for poorer nations to stick to their climate goal commitments. It will be interesting to see how this pans out with the UN climate summit that’s coming up in Glasgow this November (also known as COP 26). The lack of details in the climate change plan - “green revolution” - that would limit the rise in global temperatures to 1.5Cand reach net-zero Carbon emissions by 2050 makes the whole thing sound like the many empty pronouncements of the past. Second, it is difficult to address climate change without bringing China, Russia and other large populous developing nations (Brazil, India, Indonesia) into the mix. Solving global existential threats require what Richard Haas and Charles Kupchan call the ‘concert of powers’ approach. But how do you do that if you want to frame China and Russia as ideological foes in the new Cold War?About IndiaOn the balance, the two positives from the G7 summit were quite clear. America led by Biden will not go back to lurking in the backstage of global geopolitics. And, China won’t get an easy pass from here on. Its days of running with the hare and hunting with the hound are over. But beyond that it is all fuzzy.So, what about India in all of these? India cannot be in the China camp given all the history between them. Russia is a time-tested friend that it cannot dump. India also knows its value to the liberal, democratic front as an ally. If you look closely, it has been dealt a good hand. It can use this confluence of factors to its advantage. Unless, of course, it scores self-goals on liberty and democracy at home and queers the pitch. That can be a real scenario. Maybe PM Modi’s address where he called India a natural ally in defending shared values of liberty, freedom of expression and democracy was meant more for his domestic audience. Not(PolicyWTF): When Two Taxes MeetThis section looks at egregious public policies. Policies that make you go: WTF, Did that really happen?— Pranay KotasthaneReaders of this newsletter will know that I seldom have good things to say about India’s taxation policies. But today is an exception.Once in a while, even taxes can pleasantly surprise. Even as people are wrestling with the new income tax filing portal, net direct tax collections have doubled over the last year’s numbers. Of which, advance taxes alone have grown by 146 percent. Advance taxes are taxes spread over four quarters in place of the fiscal year-end. This measure is indicative of economic sentiment as higher advance tax collection implies that business activity and payment settlements are happening smoothly. What caught my attention was this statement in Business Standard:“Tax officials have attributed it partly to payments from the Vivad se Vishwas Direct Tax Dispute Resolution Scheme and lower issuance of refunds, while others have said it is owing to increased compliance and enforcement due to the sharing of the goods and services tax data with the Central Board of Direct Taxes.”In essence, one of the explanations is that even though GST collections by themselves aren’t spectacular, the trail that the system leaves can be used to identify direct tax evasions as well. There’s precedence to better data resulting in increased direct tax collections. Until the turn of the century, many companies were deducting tax at source (TDS) before paying incomes to their employees but this money wasn’t reaching the government. There was no data to compare the TDS collected by a company with the TDS reported by all its employees. The result: tax evasion. Less than 25 percent of those supposed to deduct tax at source were submitting returns. That changed in 2003-04 with the introduction of the Tax Information Network. Dr Govinda Rao explains this breakthrough here:“Responding to the comment by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India that a large proportion of entities which were required to deduct the tax at source (TDS), simply did not remit the money to the income tax department, Vijay Kelkar who was the then adviser to the finance minister entrusted the task of TIN to NSDL which put together the system of monitoring the TDS payments.The result was the sharp increase in the ratio of Centre’s direct tax revenue to GDP from 3.9% in 2003-04 to 6.4% in 2007-08, registering an average growth of 31% per year.” GST offered a similar hope. The logic is as follows. A substantial portion of income tax returns (nearly 40 percent in 2017-18) report business income. Comparing this reported business income with the GST trail of the business can expose tax evasion. The input tax credit mechanism of the GST aligns the incentives of sellers and customers to report their revenues accurately. In July last year, the indirect tax board (which administers GST collection) and the direct tax board (which administers income and corporate tax collections) signed an MoU to exchange data with each other. The increase in direct tax collections this year is perhaps, in part, due to better triangulation of tax information. The exact impact is tough to gauge but if the trend in direct tax collection remains upbeat for consecutive years, we can isolate the effect to this beautiful meeting of the taxes. Can’t believe I wrote that! Matsyanyaaya: Everyone Wants to DARPABig fish eating small fish = Foreign Policy in action— Pranay Kotasthane I posted this writeup first on Technopolitik, a new fortnightly newsletter launched by my colleagues at the High Tech Geopolitics programme. If you are interested in themes at the intersection of technology and international relations from an Indian national interest perspective, do subscribe. Back to the story after that subtle plug. Japan. The UK. Germany. Even the US. These countries are now attempting their own versions of the original Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The success of DARPA’s 2013 grant to Moderna for using m-RNA to develop vaccines seems to have further fuelled the FOMO. Will they succeed? Answering that question requires a reimagination of what ‘success’ implies in this context. Most of DARPA’s initiatives fail, by design. Had most initiatives been marketable, it would’ve only meant one thing: the agency wasn’t betting on the groundbreaking ones. Secondly, even the successful ones such as the ARPANET require long gestation periods. In essence, DARPA replicas need to be set up with the apriori acknowledgement — and requirement — that it should fail most of the time and prepare for long periods with zero successes. That seems to be a difficult act to accomplish. The Economist (June 5, 2021) edition describes a few principles that made DARPA tick:An anti-bureaucracy setup. From The Economist:“Whereas most (R&D agencies) focus on basic research, DARPA builds things. Whereas most use peer review and carefully selected measurements of progress, DARPA strips bureaucracy to the bones (the conversation in 1965 which led the agency to give out $1m for the first cross-country computer network, a forerunner to the internet, took just 15 minutes). All work is contracted out. DARPA has a boss, a small number of office directors and fewer than 100 programme managers, hired on fixed short-term contracts, who act in a manner akin to venture capitalists, albeit with the aim of generating specific outcomes rather than private returns.”Freedom to try and fail. This often means no ministerial oversight and more crucially, a common consensus amongst political actors that such agencies will be given a long rope.An assured customer from within the government. Some of US’ own DARPA copies haven’t met similar successes partly because they don’t have an assured customer like the US Department of Defence ready to deploy products of grantees.Apart from these three elements, there’s another underappreciated factor in my view: a powerful national adversary. DARPA was given the freedoms it got because of the threat the USSR posed. The narrative aspect (democracy vs communism) was no less important in getting scientists onboard on dual-use inventions. What about India’s chances at replicating DARPA? I would wager that factors #2 and #3 are not difficult for India to manage. There is precedence for India’s national security agencies being left out of parliamentary oversight and financial audits. What’s more difficult is #1. For a government to create an anti-bureaucratic setup that pursues excellence requires immense state capacity of the kind that Indian governments lack. Of course, Indian governments will have much less money to spare than their western counterparts. But that shouldn’t directly mean fewer risks. It only means that the areas that India chooses to focus on should be different from the ones that the US does. As economists would say, focus on the comparative advantages.More importantly, India’s revealed preferences show that in its collective imagination, Pakistan was, until now, the most significant adversary. Managing such an adversary didn’t require cutting-edge technology. It just required us to be marginally better than Pakistan. But a much stronger and advanced PRC poses a challenge that requires India to come out strong on all fronts, including technology. Herein lies the impetus for India to be audacious.HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Article] “Don’t Start Another War With China” warns Bernie Sanders writing in the Foreign Affairs[Article] “As G7 takes on China at five fronts, India engages with B3W” write Gautam Chikermane for the Observer Research Foundation (ORF). [Podcast] Anupam and Pranay discuss how and why to bring petrol under GST. If petrol prices are making you sweat, you might as well listen to this episode during your next commute. [Essay] A beautiful Lapham’s Quarterly essay on the history of technology. Get on the email list at publicpolicy.substack.com
In this episode of The Weekly Defence Podcast, we look at German defence procurement and modernisation efforts; we catch up on all the news from the Asia Pacific; and we speak to our sponsor Raytheon Intelligence and Space about the impact of digital engineering on the defence sector. Newsround [01:12]NATO's Flying Training Europe programme took a major step forward last week after 10 members signed an MoU.Bulgaria, Croatia and Portugal had been poised to join but they did not sign the document. However, Italy has joined the group.In Australia, the Department of Defence has belatedly acknowledged the need to upgrade the Royal Australian Navy's six Collins-class submarines.And in Russia, the MoD is going ahead with a prototype of the Shturm system. Shturm will be based on the proven T-72B3 chassis and is intended for urban warfare. In focusThe team looks at the latest news from Germany as the country is currently undergoing modernisation efforts for its armed forces as well as procuring new platforms. Senior Land Reporter Tim Fish discusses highlights from the recent RUSI Land Warfare conference, when Inspector of the Army Lt Gen Alfons Mais stated that a mental change is needed at a military leadership level to make the modernisation possible.From the air desk, Tim Martin gives an update on the German heavy-lift helicopter tender and other aircraft programmes. Deep Dive: News from the Asia Pacific [21:08]Ben Vogel is on the line with Asia-Pacific Editor Gordon Arthur to discuss some of the top stories from his region.Topics include the South Korean CVX programme and Indonesian frigate procurement news from MADEX; Philippines pursuing T129 Atak helicopters from Turkey; Bangladesh receiving new rocket launchers from Turkey; and the latest on China's PLA procuring new tanks in bulk. Industry Voice- Raytheon Intelligence & Space [43:00] For the defence sector, digital engineering offers a new paradigm, a way to speed up delivery while increasing customer confidence.Shephard's Creative Director Tony Skinner speaks to Raytheon Intelligence & Space Mission Systems Architect Mark Davis, and Systems Engineer Madison Dye about the disruptive role that digital engineering is now playing. This episode was produced by Noemi Distefano with music and sound mixing by Fred Prest
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Learn about rain on other planets; why Americans used to not use forks; and whether sleep or exercise is more important. What is rain like on other planets? by Cameron Duke Dhingra, R. D., Barnes, J. W., Brown, R. H., Burrati, B. J., Sotin, C., Nicholson, P. D., Baines, K. H., Clark, R. N., Soderblom, J. M., Jauman, R., Rodriguez, S., Mouélic, S. L., Turtle, E. P., Perry, J. E., Cottini, V., & Jennings, D. E. (2019). Observational Evidence for Summer Rainfall at Titan’s North Pole. Geophysical Research Letters, 46(3), 1205–1212. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018gl080943 https://jpl.nasa.gov. (2012, September 11). NASA Observations Point to “Dry Ice” Snowfall on Mars. Nasa.gov. https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/nasa-observations-point-to-dry-ice-snowfall-on-mars Kerr, R. A. (1999). PLANETARY SCIENCE:Neptune May Crush Methane Into Diamonds. Science, 286(5437), 25a25. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.286.5437.25a Loftus, K., & Wordsworth, R. D. (2021). The Physics of Falling Raindrops in Diverse Planetary Atmospheres. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 126(4). https://doi.org/10.1029/2020je006653 Tomaswick, A. (2021). Fascinating Infograph Shows What Rain Is Like Elsewhere in The Solar System. ScienceAlert. https://www.sciencealert.com/this-graph-shows-what-raindrops-would-be-like-on-other-worlds Additional resources from Jason Feifer: Build for Tomorrow podcast: https://www.jasonfeifer.com/build-for-tomorrow/ Website: https://www.jasonfeifer.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/heyfeifer Sleep vs. Exercise: Which Is More Important? originally aired September 23, 2018 https://omny.fm/shows/curiosity-daily/sleep-vs-exercise-milky-way-pictures-military-meth Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer — for free! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
¡Madridista! Te invitamos a escuchar y compartir el Podcast 25 de la Temporada 10: "Nuevo Ciclo (Adios Zidane 2)". En este cierre de temporada, conversamos sobre todo los hechos destacados que abarcan el mercado de fichajes, haciendo enfoque en la despedida del club por parte de Zinedine Zidane (por segunda vez) como director técnico del club. Nos acompañó y honró con su presencia en esta tertulia de cierre: @Wolfpark (Moderador del podcast y administrador de @UnionMerengue) @Suplacu (Colaborador del podcast @UnionMerengue; desde Francia) @SergioGarciaE (Administrador de @UnionMerengue; desde Murcia, España) ¡Hasta el final, vamos Real! ¡Hala Madrid!
Neste episódio do Horário de Brasília, Daniela Lima e Renata Agostini falam sobre a semana agitada da CPI da Pandemia, com a presença do ex-ministro da Saúde Eduardo Pazuello, que surpreendeu oposicionistas e governistas pelo desempenho. O ex-ministro caiu em muitas contradições e o relator da CPI Renan Calheiros disse que ele mentiu pelo menos 15 vezes durante seu depoimento. Mas se mentiu, mentiu com firmeza e convicção, e quem esperava um depoimento claudicante se frustrou. Os oposicionistas já falam em carimbar um passaporte de Pazuello para o indiciamento por conta das incongruências do depoimento. Para a próxima semana, assistiremos ao governo do Amazonas entrando na mira da CPI. Enquanto isso, os senadores do G7 tentam não expor um racha que, internamente, já está dando muita confusão. Trata-se do debate em torno dos pedidos de quebra de sigilo. No fim do episódio, no Dicionário de Brasília, Renata e Dani explicam o que é um MOU, evocado diversas vezes por Pazuello no depoimento. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Show #1089. Today’s big EV stories:· Tesla prices continue to climb, Model 3 now over $41,000 to start· Tesla is backing a new Europe project to build a big charging hub· Ford and SK Innovation announce battery manufacturing joint venture BlueOvalSK· Daimler Disagrees With Tesla and VW’s Batteries-or-Bust View· Did Tesla Stop Taking Orders For Model S Plaid+· Hyundai Ioniq 5 deliveries to launch soon If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon here. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Friday 21st May. It’s Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they’ve built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It’s a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. TESLA INCREASES PRICES AGAIN"We're a far cry away from the Tesla Model 3's admired "$35,000" price. As of Friday, Tesla has jacked up prices yet again on the Model 3 and its Model Y SUV cousin. Before any additional options or extra-cost paint colors, the Model 3 in its least expensive form now costs $41,190 after a $1,200 destination charge. The cheapest Model Y grows more expensive at $53,190 after the increases." says CNET: "Although this increase is just $500, Tesla has increased the prices on both of its affordable-ish EVs numerous times so far this year. The Model 3 is now at least $2,500 more expensive than it was in March. Maybe this is all part of some sort of long-game strategy as Tesla plans for a new global model meant for production in China. The vehicle could fulfill Musk's long-long-term promise of selling a $25,000 EV with a Big T badge on it." https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/tesla-prices-model-3-y/ TESLA IS BACKING A NEW EUROPE PROJECT TO BUILD A BIG CHARGING HUB"Tesla has joined a project to build one of Europe's most powerful charging hubs capable of powering 26 electric vehicles at once. Elon Musk's automotive giant is one of four companies working on the so-called "Energy Superhub" in the British town of Oxford, due to open at the end of this year. The new hub, announced Friday, will produce 10 megawatts of renewable energy from Dutch solar and wind firm Fastned." says Business Insider: "The company owns around 15.7% of the country's rapid charging network, according to figures from ZapMap . To date, Tesla has around 695 of its "Superchargers" dotted across the country. The Oxford hub will be made up of 14 fast chargers and a further 12 Tesla Superchargers. The project is being led by Pivot Power, a company that focuses on building superhubs across the UK. The company, which is part of the renewable arm of energy giant EDF, has plans for 40 sites across the UK. When it first opens, the hub will be able to initially charge 10 vehicles at once with rates of up to 300 kW." https://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-joins-one-of-europes-biggest-electric-vehicle-charging-hubs-2021-5?r=US&IR=T FORD AND SK INNOVATION ANNOUNCE BATTERY MANUFACTURING JOINT VENTURE BLUEOVALSK"Ford Motor Company and Seoul, South Korea-based SK Innovation signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint venture to domestically manufacture batteries for electric vehicles, the two companies said Thursday. The new venture, dubbed BlueOvalSK, will produce around 60 GWh annually starting mid-decade. The MOU is the latest sign that Ford intends to vertically develop its battery capabilities." according to TechCrunch: "The 60 GWh production capacity would likely span two manufacturing sites but the companies are still determining those plans, including locations of the plants across North America, Drake added. Sixty GWh roughly translates to enough battery capacity to build 600,000 vehicles, Thai-Tang said. SK Innovation already has two separate EV battery plants under construction in Georgia under a collective investment of $2.6 billion. One of the plants is already producing batteries and the other is set to become operational in 2023. The company is also building a separate factory in Tennessee, with Volkswagen AG as its customer." https://techcrunch.com/2021/05/20/ford-and-sk-innovation-announce-battery-manufacturing-joint-venture-blueovalsk/ DAIMLER DISAGREES WITH TESLA AND VW’S BATTERIES-OR-BUST VIEW"Daimler AG’s truck chief expects hydrogen-powered big rigs to play an important role in slashing emissions from the transportation sector despite the technological hurdles and skepticism raised by two prominent rivals." says Bloomberg Green: "Focusing solely on battery-electric vehicles would be risky because of the scarcity of certain raw materials and challenges grids will have supporting wide-ranging charging networks for trucks and buses, Martin Daum, Daimler Truck’s chief executive officer, said in a phone interview. Fuel cells, which generate electricity from hydrogen and therefore eliminate the need to recharge batteries, have been touted for years as a potential alternative to combustion engines. But high costs and sparse fueling infrastructure have stood in the way of broader adoption and left the technology far behind battery-electric powertrains in the passenger-car market." @Herbert_Diess (via Google Translate): "The hydrogen car is proven NOT the air conditioning solution. Electrification has established itself in traffic. Sham debates are a waste of time. Please listen to the science" @elonmusk: "Diess is right. Hydrogen is a staggeringly dumb form of energy storage for cars. Barely worth considering it for a rocket upper stage, which is its most compelling use." https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-21/daimler-disagrees-with-tesla-and-vw-s-batteries-or-bust-view UPDATE: DID TESLA STOP TAKING ORDERS FOR MODEL S PLAID+?"Today, by the way of checking the prices of Tesla cars, we came across a strange thing. It seems that the Tesla Model S Plaid+ appears to be no longer selectable in Tesla's online design studio." says InsideEVs: "We've been informed that an mail from Tesla to its stores yesterday advised that Plaid+ is "no longer an option for ordering," due to "long lead times." Tesla stores expect to begin deliveries of the "non-plus" Model S Plaid next month after the initial delivery event. Once you hover the mouse over the top-of-the-line Plaid+ version (shown on a gray field), the cursor turns into a 'no entry' sign and it can't be selected. We know that the tri-motor Plaid version will be launched (after a delay) soon with the first customer deliveries on June 3. The dual-motor Long Range version will follow after that. The main difference for the Plaid+ version is probably the battery, which is expected to provide a range of more than 520 miles (837 km), compared to 390 miles (628 km) in Plaid and 412 miles (663 km) in Long Range versions." https://insideevs.com/news/508885/tesla-stops-orders-models-plaid/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=RSS-all-articles HYUNDAI IONIQ 5 DELIVERIES TO LAUNCH SOON"Hyundai will soon start deliveries of the Ioniq 5, which was presented in February, in Norway. Several hundred examples of the 800-volt electric vehicle have already been shipped there. Specifically, it is the special model ‘Project 45’." reports electrive: "According to the Norwegian Hyundai importer, the first transport ship with the electric model built in South Korea has docked in the port of Drammen. These are said to be “several hundred” Ioniq 5s, so deliveries of the special model will begin “in a short time”. A total of 14,000 interested parties have registered for the 800-volt BEV in Norway. It remains to be seen how many of these interested parties actually wanted to order a copy of the special model or put themselves on the waiting list for the freely configurable Ioniq 5. The ‘Project 45’ is only available with the large battery and all-wheel drive." electrive.com/2021/05/21/hyundai-ioniq-5-deliveries-to-launch-soon/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM What’s the best specialist vehicle you can think of which would make a great EV? Email me your thoughts and I’ll read them out on Sunday – email@example.com
Celebrating generational milestones. Reaching life goals. Surviving and thriving with superpowers. Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Please support my podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Celebrations 13, 20, 45. 1 Reaching goals in life. All gravy from here. 01:52. 1 Superpowers. Poet. 03:57. 2 Reflection. Accepting what is. 05:14. 2 Podcast premier of Mou’s Blues 05:53 2 Please comments and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email DM on Instagram or Twitter to @healthhats Credits Music by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Boston Drummer, Composer, Arranger Web/social media coach, Kayla Nelson Sponsored by Abridge Links Contemporary Improvisation including Mou's Blues by Joey van Leeuwen Related podcasts and blogs https://www.health-hats.com/superpower-accepting-what-is-1-99/ https://www.health-hats.com/salt-in-my-soul-an-unfinished-life/ https://www.health-hats.com/whats-your-superpower/ About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://www.health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Celebrations 13, 20, 45 Much to celebrate this week. My oldest grandson turns 13, and his mom and dad celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. I officiated at the wedding in 2001. Mike, the couple’s brother, our son, and I played the Beatles tune When I’m 64, for the couple’s first dance. Mike would have been 45 this week - a different kind of celebration. Reaching goals in life. All gravy from here. My goals in life included being a good man to a good woman and raising children who grew to love strong partners while being solid parents. I’m thankful to have reached these goals. It’s all gravy from here. Reflecting, I’m overwhelmed with pride in and gratitude for our family and sadness that Mike didn’t experience these past twenty years. He famously quipped that he wasn’t born with a tattoo on his butt telling him how long he would live. Mike was in a loving relationship with a strong woman before he died. I have no doubt he would have been an inspiring father. My sweet grandson draws from the best of his incredible parents, readily shows his love of his grandparents, and shares easily and wisely about his challenges living the life of a 13-year-old during a pandemic. Life’s a trip and a half—no predicting anything. Now a word about our sponsor, ABRIDGE. Use Abridge during your visit with your primary care, specialist, or any clinician. Put the app on the table or desk, push the big pink button, and record the conversation. Read the transcript or listen to clips when you get home...
Celebrating generational milestones. Reaching life goals. Surviving and thriving with superpowers. Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Please support my podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Celebrations 13, 20, 45. 1 Reaching goals in life. All gravy from here. 01:52. 1 Superpowers. Poet. 03:57. 2 Reflection. Accepting what is. 05:14. 2 Podcast premier of Mou's Blues 05:53 2 Please comments and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email DM on Instagram or Twitter to @healthhats Credits Music by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Boston Drummer, Composer, Arranger Web/social media coach, Kayla Nelson Sponsored by Abridge Links Contemporary Improvisation including Mou's Blues by Joey van Leeuwen Related podcasts and blogs https://health-hats.com/superpower-accepting-what-is-1-99/ https://health-hats.com/salt-in-my-soul-an-unfinished-life/ https://health-hats.com/whats-your-superpower/ About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. email@example.com. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Celebrations 13, 20, 45 Much to celebrate this week. My oldest grandson turns 13, and his mom and dad celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. I officiated at the wedding in 2001. Mike, the couple's brother, our son, and I played the Beatles tune When I'm 64, for the couple's first dance. Mike would have been 45 this week - a different kind of celebration. Reaching goals in life. All gravy from here. My goals in life included being a good man to a good woman and raising children who grew to love strong partners while being solid parents. I'm thankful to have reached these goals. It's all gravy from here. Reflecting, I'm overwhelmed with pride in and gratitude for our family and sadness that Mike didn't experience these past twenty years. He famously quipped that he wasn't born with a tattoo on his butt telling him how long he would live. Mike was in a loving relationship with a strong woman before he died. I have no doubt he would have been an inspiring father. My sweet grandson draws from the best of his incredible parents, readily shows his love of his grandparents, and shares easily and wisely about his challenges living the life of a 13-year-old during a pandemic. Life's a trip and a half—no predicting anything. Now a word about our sponsor, ABRIDGE. Use Abridge during your visit with your primary care, specialist, or any clinician. Put the app on the table or desk, push the big pink button, and record the conversation. Read the transcript or listen to clips when you get home.
¡Madridista! Te invitamos a escuchar y compartir el Podcast 24 de la Temporada 10: "Granada contenida". En esta edición, conversamos sobre la muy buena victoria conseguida por nuestro Real Madrid ante el Granada en el Nuevo Los Cármenes por pizarra de 1-4 en el marco liguero. Cerramos la tertulia realizando una previa de lo que podríamos esperar en nuestra visita al Athletic Club de Bilbao en el penúltimo compromiso de la temporada. Nos acompañó y honró con su presencia en esta entrega: @Wolfpark (Moderador del podcast y administrador de @UnionMerengue) @Suplacu (Colaborador del podcast @UnionMerengue; desde Francia) @SergioGarciaE (Administrador de @UnionMerengue; desde Murcia, España) ¡Hasta el final, vamos Real! ¡Hala Madrid!
On today's update, we welcome Dan Hilton from the advocacy team onto the program to talk about ACEC's international work with FIDIC and the new Memorandum of Understanding signed between ACEC, ACEC Canada and CNEC in Mexico. More information about the MOU can be found here.
Lo scudetto dell'Inter, la finale di Champions tutta inglese, l'addio di Fonseca e il grande ritorno di Mou, le minacce della Uefa ai secessionisti della Superlega, il nuovo format della Coppa Italia...è stata una settimana piena che ci porta dritti verso lo spareggio Champions tra Juve e Milan. Ci arriviamo insieme a Fabrizio Biasin e Franco Ordine. Domani parte il Giro d'Italia numero 104 con il recupero lampo di Vincenzo Nibali, a neanche un mese dall'infortunio che ci ha fatto temere il peggio. Pur non essendo un candidato alla vittoria, l'Italia si aspetta sempre molto dallo Squalo di Messina. Da chi però dobbiamo aspettarci grandi cose in questa edizione della Corsa Rosa? Lo chiediamo a Pier Augusto Stagi e al ct Davide Cassani che seguirà il Giro su una moto Rai. Infine, convocata Antonella Bellutti, due ori olimpici nel ciclismo su pista ad Atlanta e Sydney e prima donna candidata alla Presidenza del CONI in 107 anni di storia.
¡Madridista! Te invitamos a escuchar y compartir el Podcast 23 de la Temporada 10: "Hasta aquí llegó el tren". En esta toma, conversamos de la derrota de nuestro Real Madrid ante el Chelsea 2-0 en Stamford Bridge, y que le significó la eliminación de la Champions en semifinales. Además, conversamos brevemente de lo que esperamos que suceda en el siguiente compromiso liguero ante el Sevilla en el Alfredo Di Stefano. Nos acompañó y honró con su presencia en esta edición: @Wolfpark (Moderador del podcast y administrador de @UnionMerengue) @SergioGarciaE (Administrador de @UnionMerengue; desde Murcia, España) ¡Hasta el final, vamos Real! ¡Hala Madrid!
A distanza di 24 ore dall'annuncio bomba della Roma su Josè Mourinho, continua a tenere banco il tema, che travalica i confini sportivi: anche oggi, infatti, la società giallorossa ha fatto il botto in Borsa grazie all'annuncio del nuovo tecnico per la prossima stagione. Convochiamo due giornalisti giallorossi: Giovanni Floris di La7 e Fabrizio Roncone del Corriere della Sera, per discutere del ritorno dello Special One nel campionato italiano a distanza di 11 anni. Voliamo Oltremanica con Stefano Boldrini, corrispondente da Londra per la Gazzetta dello Sport, per respirare l'atmosfera nella capitale inglese dopo l'annuncio su Mou. Concludiamo celebrando la grande vittoria, seppur con qualche brivido, dell'Olimpia Milano contro il Bayern Monaco: convocato Gigi Datome, che insieme ai compagni, volerà a Colonia per giocarsi il titolo di Campione d'Europa del basket.
¡Madridista! Te invitamos a escuchar el Podcast 22 de la Temporada 10: "No está muerto el que pelea". En esta edición, conversamos sobre el buen empate de nuestro Real Madrid en el Alfredo Di Stefano ante el Chelsea en el marco del partido de ida de las semifinales de la Champions League. Cerramos reaizando una previa de lo que podríamos esperar ante el Osasuna en la acción de la liga. Nos acompañó y honró con su presencia en esta entrega: @Wolfpark (Moderador del podcast y administrador de @UnionMerengue) @JuanpiCordero06 (Colaborador de @UnionMerengue; desde Acarigua-Araure, Venezuela) @SergioGarciaE (Administrador de @UnionMerengue; desde Murcia, España) ¡Hasta el final, vamos Real! ¡Hala Madrid!
¡Madridista! Te invitamos a escuchar y compartir el Podcast 21 de la Temporada 10: "Expediente Super Liga". En esta toma, conversamos sobre los hechos más resaltantes que abarcan el tema de la Super Liga europea que es encabezada por el presidente de nuestro club, Florentino Pérez, y otros once clubes europeos de alta jerarquía en el fútbol de Europa. Nos acompañó y honró con su presencia en esta entrega: @Wolfpark (Moderador del podcast y administrador de @UnionMerengue) @JuanpiCordero06 (Colaborador de @UnionMerengue; desde Acarigua-Araure, Venezuela) @SergioGarciaE (Administrador de @UnionMerengue; desde Murcia, España) ¡Hasta el final, vamos Real! ¡Hala Madrid!
The Indian Railways are the backbone of the country, connecting the various remote parts of our country. It is the largest network in the world by size. Beyond the immense utility of the railways, there is also a rich cultural and historical significance to it. In this episode, we delve deeper into the history and culture of the Indian Railways. An officer with the Indian Railways, Vinita Srivastava is presently the Executive Director, Railway Heritage heading the Heritage Directorate of the Railway Board in Rail Bhavan, New Delhi. Ms Srivastava qualified as a Mechanical Engineer (IMechE) in 1996, and studied for an Executive Masters in Management from IIM Ahmedabad in 2011. More recently, in 2017 she became a Chevening Science and Innovation Fellow from St Cross College, Oxford University. Her work experience spans two decades in rail transportation and her previous posting was in the Ministry of Culture where she developed her knowledge of cultural studies, museology and conservation architecture. She took up her present post in April 2019 after three years administrating the National Mission on Cultural Mapping and the IGNCA. In 2018 she was instrumental in developing a bilateral MoU for cultural and conservation information for the UNESCO WHS temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Her remit includes the UNESCO protected Railway Industrial Heritage sites like the CSMT building and the Mountain Railways of Darjeeling, Shimla & the Nilgiris.
¡Madridista! te invitamos a escuchar y compartir el Podcast 20 de la Temporada 10: "Doble victoria". En esta edición, hablamos de la muy buena victoria de nuestro Real Madrid ante el Barcelona, en el marco liguero, por pizarra de 2-1 en el Alfredo Di Stefano. Además, realizamos una previa de lo que podríamos esperar en el partido de vuelta de 1/4 de final de la Champions ante el Liverpool en Anfield. Nos acompañó y honró con su presencia en esta entrega: @Wolfpark (Moderador del podcast y administrador de @UnionMerengue) @Suplacu (Colaborador del podcast @UnionMerengue; desde Francia) @JuanpiCordero06 (Colaborador de @UnionMerengue; desde Acarigua-Araure, Venezuela) @SergioGarciaE (Administrador de @UnionMerengue; desde Murcia, España) ¡Hasta el final, vamos Real! ¡Hala Madrid!
主持人：陳揮文 中華民國110年3月29日，2021-0329，週一 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 ◎節目內容大綱： 第一段： 一，歡迎大陸聽友微信 暢談兩岸關係 二，互釋善意 兩岸回歸憲法坐下來談 三，習：以通促融 以惠促融 以情促融 四，習近平談話後 共機最多架次擾台 五，國台辦：美台軍事合作同盟化前奏 六，國台辦認了 共機巡航與美台有關 七，台美MOU 海洋資源 漁業 搜救 污染 八，國台辦：台灣海巡署歸海軍管轄 九，習：探索海峽兩岸融合發展新路 十，新路？非一國兩制？兩岸智慧？ 第二段： 一，柱柱姐護憲保台論壇 九二成焦點 二，護憲根本不必修憲 藍勿隨綠起舞 三，柱柱姐問 九二共識與時俱進方向 四，左正東：還不到談這問題的時候 五，左正東：國民黨現在應該保持模糊 六，江啟臣聲援左 整個說法非常得體 七，趙少康：不提論述 永遠不會執政 八，趙少康：兩岸可以是強項也是弱項 九，朱立倫：絕大多數民眾比較親美 十，呂秀蓮：認同九二共識 古墓奇兵 第三段： 每日一句2021-0329 綠委：愛穿新疆無良棉會爛GG 狗吠火車2021-0329-301-1敗選檢討會之15 開敗選檢討會 國民黨？韓國瑜？ 江啟臣連勝文惡鬥？ 王不見王？ 卡趙挺傅 國民黨中常會主旋律？ 飛碟電台全球叩應專線 02-2363-9955 ▶ Android https://reurl.cc/j78ZKm ▶ iOS https://reurl.cc/ZOG3LA ▶ 飛碟聯播網 http://bit.ly/2Pz4Qmo ▶ 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 http://bit.ly/2JOoLMg ▶ 飛碟聯播網FB粉絲團 https://www.facebook.com/ufonetwork921/ ▶ 網路線上收聽 http://www.uforadio.com.tw/stream/stream.html ▶ Podcast SoundOn : https://bit.ly/30Ia8Ti Apple Podcasts : https://apple.co/3jFpP6x Spotify : https://spoti.fi/2CPzneD Google 播客：https://bit.ly/3gCTb3G KKBOX：https://reurl.cc/MZR0K4 #習近平 #國台辦 #國民黨
主持人：陳揮文 中華民國110年3月26日，2021-0326，週五 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 ◎節目內容大綱： 第一段： 一，歡迎大陸聽友微信 暢談兩岸關係 二，互釋善意 兩岸回歸憲法坐下來談 三，法參議員：遭制裁 不包括不能來台 四，法參議員：顯示北京默認台灣主權 五，法現場喝采掌聲 我外交部表感謝 六，法參議員裝傻 曲解兩岸政治現況 七，台美海巡備忘錄 蔡：合作一大步 八，既有交流作秀 防疫經貿MOU在哪 九，挺新疆香港？ 蔡政府只出一張嘴 十，蘇嗆「不落人後」 具體作為何在 第二段： 一，疫苗傻傻分不清 指揮官專業堪慮 二，陳時中嗆楊志良 當年H1N1沒三期 三，楊志良：請陳查一下 當然有做三期 四，陳：大部分國外疫苗也沒做完三期 五，輝瑞AZ莫德納都有 陳部長你累了嗎 六，綠委嗆陳玉珍 你到底是男還是女 七，前民進黨婦女部主任 唉 如此爾爾 八，挺Q護台 守下陳柏惟就是守下台灣 九，萊豬能源刪Q？ 藍滅台三部曲？ 十，抗中第一品牌？ 陳柏惟忘恩負義 第三段： 每日一句2021-0326 限水分藍綠？ 蘇：真是天方夜譚 狗吠火車2021-0326-300-5敗選檢討會之14 不用演講稿 趙：興革在我腦袋中 中常會故步自封 擺明不願被改革 改革國民黨 組新政黨 你支持哪種 飛碟電台全球叩應專線 02-2363-9955 ▶ Android https://reurl.cc/j78ZKm ▶ iOS https://reurl.cc/ZOG3LA ▶ 飛碟聯播網 http://bit.ly/2Pz4Qmo ▶ 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 http://bit.ly/2JOoLMg ▶ 飛碟聯播網FB粉絲團 https://www.facebook.com/ufonetwork921/ ▶ 網路線上收聽 http://www.uforadio.com.tw/stream/stream.html ▶ Podcast SoundOn : https://bit.ly/30Ia8Ti Apple Podcasts : https://apple.co/3jFpP6x Spotify : https://spoti.fi/2CPzneD Google 播客：https://bit.ly/3gCTb3G KKBOX：https://reurl.cc/MZR0K4 #陳柏惟 #法參議員 #台美 #陳揮文 #揮文看社會 #狗吠火車
It's all about the new voices and new names on this ep! Emotional blue-collar punk goes back to back with dusty Tarantino-inspired beats and the debut from a pop supergroup of sorts out of Melbourne. New music from Chasing Ghosts, mou, Telenova, Jacob Aedam and Winifred.
On today's episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast, we’re talking about building a business as a mixed media artist with my guest Mou Saha. Mou Saha is a mixed media artist and teacher. She has been published over 700 times in print media, appeared on PBS TV shows and created several coloring books of her own. Her academic background in clinical psychology fuels her ongoing quest for wellness through creativity. Mou is a mom of three and lives in New Jersey with her family. She can be found online at https://mousaha.com and on Instagram as mou.saha.studio +++++ This episode is sponsored by Reprint and Repurpose, a small fabric business. At Reprint and Repurpose, they have so much fun getting to create up-cycled fabric, offering crafters like you an earth-friendly fabric choice, that can be used in all your projects, from quilts to apparel. Shop online at reprintandrepurpose.com, use the code PODCAST10 for a discount for your order! +++++ To get the full show notes for this episode visit Craft Industry Alliance where you can learn more about becoming a member of our supportive trade association. Strengthen your creative business, stay up to date on industry news, and build connections with forward-thinking craft professionals. Join today.
In this edition of Our Ruined Lives, we are pleased to have Erina Baci return to the Podcast. Erina first appeared on Episode 7, way back in October 2019. We begin the show by catching up with her on what she has been up to since she first appeared on the podcast. We then delve into a discussion on the importance of geography and resources to people in the past, modern geopolitics, and how modern issues affect our current understanding of the past. This leads us to discuss an upcoming Memorandum of Understanding between the US and Albania and the potential implications of the MoU for Balkan Cultural Preservation. We close out the episode with Erina serving up some awesome advice for future and current graduate students. Erina's Literature Recommendations: Archaeological Guide of Kosova - Online PDF The Illyrians by John Wilks Evaluating social complexity and inequality in the Balkans between 6500 and 4200 BC by Marko Porčić (2019) Archaeology as Bearing Witness By Hauser et al. (2018) Contact For Guest Erina's Instagram: @TheAlbanianArchaeologist Erina's Twitter: @TheAlbanianArch Erina's Blog: https://thealbanianarchaeologist.com/ Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @alifeinruinspodcast Facebook: @alifeinruinspodcast Twitter: @alifeinruinspod Website: www.alifeinruins.com Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular
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