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Enterprise Podcast Network – EPN
Creating Global Standards in Digital Visual Branding and Communications

Enterprise Podcast Network – EPN

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 9:54


Aidan Fitzpatrick, the Founder and CEO of Reincubate, an award-winning app and data company and the the creator of Camo, the app that turns smart phones into crystal clear webcams for PCs and laptops joins Enterprise Radio. The post Creating Global Standards in Digital Visual Branding and Communications appeared first on Enterprise Podcast Network - EPN.

DM-Nastics
Episode 47 - Monsters to Heroes

DM-Nastics

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 33:39


Welcome to DM-Nastics - the gym for Dungeon Masters to work out their minds! Content: Taking monsters and making them PCs! Inspiration: Monsters We Want As Playable Races Vanagard Twitter: @dmnastics DM Neal's @joatmoniac DM Celeste's @cconowitch Instragram: @dmnastics Discord: discord.gg/8TFY6Hx Intro/Outro provided by: @bomBARDedcast Check them out at bombardedcast.com

Christian CEO Podcast with Kelly Baader
Essential Pricing Strategies for Entrepreneurs

Christian CEO Podcast with Kelly Baader

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:47


#165: Do you struggle with raising your rates or worry about how many offers you should present on your sales page? This is where today's guest comes in. I'd like you to meet Paul Klein, a fellow business consultant and entrepreneur. From his days as a 1980s hair band guitarist and lifelong entrepreneur to starting and scaling a successful SAAS company to consulting for some of the biggest brands including Target, Neiman Marcus, Starbucks, Holiday Inn, and other global brands, Paul helps Consultants, Freelancers, and Solopreneur's price their services, stop undercharging in order to build 7 figure businesses. Paul is also the host of the BizableTV podcast (formerly the Pricing Is Positioning Podcast) and Co-Founder Producer for BizableTV. BizableTV is a Netflix-style streaming service for entrepreneurs that launched January 2022 and will be accessible on over 1000 devices including iOS devices, Android devices, Macs, PCs, streaming media boxes such as Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and FireTV.   In this episode, we dive into 3 essential pricing strategies that you can implement TODAY, what offers should have prices on your website, alongwith the #1 common mistake that limits most coaches/consultants income.  This episode is jam-packed full of great ideas, so let's get to it!  Learn How You Can Increase Your Revenue, Rates and Engagements.... [06:20] Paul's journey from starting a band to entering the entrepreneurial space at age 40 - it's never too late start a new business :)  [10:18] The trigger that prompted him to leave his corporate career behind and make the leap to full-time entrepreneur [12:29] 3 lessons that he learned as he transitioned to be his own boss [15:47] Should I list my prices on my website or not?  [18:31] 3 pricing strategies that will help you increase your rates - you can implement these today  [24:47] #1 mistake that limits most coaches/consultants' income [28:54] What prompted him to start Bizable TV - I highly recommend you check it out!  Important Links & Mentions in this episode:https://www.paulklein.net/ (Paul's Website) https://bizabletv.com/ (Bizable TV - use promo code KB22 for 30 free days) https://www.powerofoneframework.com/workshop2022 (Kelly's Workshop Series ) https://kellybaader.com/review (Subscribe + Review on iTunes) https://kellybaader.com/Spotify (Subscribe + Listen on Spotify)     Remember, YOU Matter! See you in the next episode. 

Cyber Security Inside
96. The Cybersecurity of IoT: Protecting Our Systems

Cyber Security Inside

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:53


In this episode of Cyber Security Inside, Camille and Tom get to chat with Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security & Trust Officer at Epiphany Systems, and Rob Bathurst, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer at Epiphany Systems about the Internet of Things and thinking like attackers to protect systems. The conversation covers: -  How the systems in a building physically can be a vulnerability in an organization's systems. -  How thinking like an adversary and what their goals might be is the key to protecting your systems the best you can. -  How complex Internet of Things systems are, and ideas on how to protect them. -  The difference between vulnerability and exploitability, and how to look at both. ...and more. Don't miss it!   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation. Here are some key takeaways: -  The Internet of Things, or IoT, enables a lot of capabilities, but also creates a lot of security issues. To adjust for this, we have to change the way industry views security. -  Everything is connected to technology and networks now, from air conditioning regulation to elevators, it is all connected and inside of a network. Securing that system is incredibly important, because it is now about peoples' safety inside the building. -  It might be easier for an attacker to go after these systems than the computers and servers inside the buildings. For example, at a large sporting event, if you own the stadium, you own the event. -  To learn how to protect a building or an organization, you have to work backwards by thinking about how somebody might disrupt that building. You can then work on protecting it with that information. This is tricky when you have many different parties in a space with different goals and access levels. -  At a stadium, for example, you have food vendors, the entertainment, and more. They all need access to process credit cards, access for fans to tweet, etc. So do you put them on your internal network or on an outside network? Assessing the threat is an important part of this decision. -  This is similar to threat modeling, but with an extra complexity with the IoT systems and the interacting networks. If one vulnerability in one area could take down an entire operation, it is a big deal that requires a lot of consideration. Even removing one system, like the elevator system, can create panic and shut down an entire operation. -  To really start to secure these systems, you need to think like the people trying to take them down. Take a good look at your organization, your business, and ask yourself: if I were an adversary, where would I go for maximum disruption? -  There are differences between enterprise and IoT, including IoT having less visibility and more complexity because it is nested. The connectivity of everything is deep, and protecting a perimeter isn't as realistic in IoT as it is in enterprise. -  Coming together as a team to talk about security and what could potentially happen is one of the best ways to create a defensive understanding. We can't stay in our small silos with this connectivity - we have to talk to each other and expand the reach of each of our scopes. -  It is impossible to prevent every attack. That's why it is important to identify the goal of the attacker and evaluate your system based on that information. It is more about managing the cumulative impact and reducing it. -  When looking at something like Log4j, you need to look at where the maximum impact to your business is and address the vulnerability there. Otherwise, you might cripple the enterprise because of the effort and time put into testing, checking, and remediating areas that aren't as critical. -  Exploits apply to more than just vulnerabilities, and vulnerabilities are not just flaws in software or hardware. It is all about the adversary's ability to take advantage of either. And they don't just apply to single technical conditions, but the relationship between them. -  A way to think about this is to relate it to fire prevention. You can't prevent every fire ever from occurring in your building. But you can have smoke detectors, sprinklers, fire doors, and ways to call the fire department. And the more protections you have in place, the faster you can isolate the problem and resume operations, rather than the whole building going down. Proactivity is important!   Some interesting quotes from today's episode: “If you look at a building, most people just think of it as a shell with glass and doors and floors. And when you really look at it, it really is a connection of different systems. In most modern buildings because of energy regulation and things they get for LEED certification (basically how efficient their building is) they put in automated control systems for their furnaces, their boilers, their air conditioning units, elevators, power systems, access control.” - Rob Bathurst   “Think of the recent ransomware trend where organizations have been impacted and they've been held hostage. In some cases, it might be easier for an attacker to, in essence, attack and exploit the building and create that ransomware event rather than just all the PCs and servers.” - Malcolm Harkins   “You have to understand the way an adversary or somebody might disrupt that building, that organization, the people within it. And based on those objectives, based on those goals, you can kind of work backwards and say, how do I protect those systems?” - Rob Bathurst   “What might seem like an obscure vulnerability that could be exploited in one area could actually take down the entirety of an operation. Shut down the elevator system, turn off the fire life safety system, shut down the heating and air conditioning… Think of the chaos that would create.” - Malcolm Harkins   “People naturally want to think good thoughts. They want to be positive. They want to do the best for the places they work. And that sometimes keeps them from thinking: oh, if X, Y, Z went down, the whole place would fall apart. Because that's the place they work. But what we try and tell people is that's the mentality you need to be able to start to understand how to more properly architect and defend yourself.” - Rob Bathurst   “That's how the bad folks go from an initial foothold, that toehold, by popping one thing. And then all of a sudden navigating their way through the daisy chain of connections, to the moment of material impact.” - Malcolm Harkins   “When you look at things at a: what are we trying to do? We're not trying to stop all things all the time forever, because it's just an impossible task. The environment is too dynamic, everything else is going on. What we're trying to do is we're trying to limit the attacker's opportunity at the moments of greatest weakness.” - Rob Bathurst   “You can build a strategy, as Malcolm pointed out, to reduce the exploitable paths. And for the ones you can't reduce, create resilience, create friction as we typically call it, so that you are aware the adversary is trying something or that you're able to block it.” - Rob Bathurst   “You can be vulnerable, but not be exploitable. You could have an exploit happen again at a laptop or a pinpoint device, but that doesn't mean your organization is exploitable to a material event.” - Malcolm Harkins   “When you build the building, you have a building inspector, you have a fire marshal, you have people come around and check it and evaluate it, and make sure it's up to code. And we don't have that kind of same rigidity in the security space.” - Rob Bathurst

3 Wise DMs
DMPCs vs. Sidekicks: What's the Better Way to Give Your Dungeons and Dragons PCs a DM Avatar?

3 Wise DMs

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 52:43


We've talked about DMPCs before, but now Tasha's Cauldron of Everything has added a new way for DMs to have an avatar in the game to help PCs out, cover any weak spots, or just have a view across the table: The sidekick. The sidekick mechanics work a little differently than a straight DMPC (which is essentially a leveling PC that DM runs in the party). Which one is right for your campaign? That's the question Minnesota DM brings us this week: “When making a party-companion NPC to fill the healing role, is it better to make it a character class or use the sidekick option from Tasha's Cauldron on Everything?” In this episode, Thorin, Tony and Dave break down how they handle party companions in their games, what they think of the sidekick mechanic, and how to run a sidekick or DMPC who doesn't overshadow the party. 3:00 A listener question: If you want to add a DM character to help the party, is it better to add a DMPC or sidekick? 5:00 DMPCs and sidekicks, what's the difference? 12:00 How Tasha's sidekicks work 17:00 How we would approach DMPC vs. sidekick in our games 20:00 Do DMPCs cause problems with your players? 26:00 Will your sidekick or DMPC wind up playing Penny to the PC's Inspector Gadget? 30:00 What makes a good sidekick: Fun ideas and examples from pop culture 34:00 Do you have time to create and play a sidekick with enough personality to do them justice? 43:00 Final thoughts

Owning Up
Part 3: PCS Your Business Without Falling Apart

Owning Up

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 9:54


Welcome to the 3rd Installment of the PCS Special Sunday Series with Moni Jefferson First, we are grateful for YOU, our listeners, partners, and sponsors.  Second, a quick recap of last week's episode. Moni talked about a few essential items:  Use project management tools such as AMSE's PCS Trello Board. Put these in place for your family and business 90 days in advance.  Ensure your SOPs (standard operating procedures) are well defined and available for your team or those helping you run your business while moving.  You can access free templates online to create your SOP, but you can also create a video breaking down the SOP. Whether they help your team during the PCS or if you need to onboard a new team member, a video explanation can be a great tool!  Set up a workflow with deadlines that work best for you and your team.  This is a great time to re-evaluate what items need your immediate attention. Ask yourself. Tips from this episode:  While you're waiting on a move date, give yourself and your family a lot of grace. Family stuff to get ready six weeks out:  Get your kid's records to keep with you in case you have to change where they have to go to school.  Make those final medical appointments - dentist, eye exams, physicals, etc.  Get your medications filled a few months out for that just in case moment!  Go through your clothing, especially your kid's clothing. They could've outgrown some things or just don't want them anymore. This is a great time to purge.  Business stuff to take care of:  Hire those new team members to help during this time. Always good to do it before you get overwhelmed.  Really knock out those SOPs.  If there's something you've been asked to do, this is the time to learn to say no. Ask yourself - is it essential, and what's the ROI for this?  Be careful not to put too much pressure on your team during this time.  Use the MyPCS App to make a checklist for your business.  Use the PCS Your Business Blueprint to make your move easier.  Something to remember - PCSing doesn't have to be complicated. And, you are allowed to pivot and move things that aren't needing immediate attention during this time. Serve your audience/clients that best represent your values and mission.  Have some tips you want to share about PSCing your business? Email them to podcast@amseagency.com. If you're new to Owning Up, make sure and subscribe, so you'll know when a new episode drops. You can also join our Facebook group to see what other milspouse entrepreneurs are up to and receive the latest AMSE news. If you're a milspouse, who has a business or is thinking of starting one, join us here at AMSE Membership. Check out our previous episodes for encouragement, connection, and information.  We'd love to have you join our fantastic community! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Follow Moni Jefferson on Instagram. Visit our website to become a member: AMSE Email us at hello@amseagency.com  

Hope Survives® | Brain Injury Podcast
53. Take Control of Your Recovery (Survivor Story with Nick Krantz)

Hope Survives® | Brain Injury Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 48:38


After 17+ concussions, Nick Krantz found himself at the end of his rope, having been told by many medical professionals that there wasn't really anything he could do, and he would just have to live with the symptoms. It was then that he discovered that there is so much more to brain injury recovery than he ever knew, and he began a journey of learning to overcome PCS, including nutrition, mindset, balancing hormones, exercise, and more. Today, Nick shares his story of overcoming PCS and finding hope in recovery. 0:00 Intro 6:20 Nick's TBI Story 14:05 Symptoms 17:30 Fighting for Recovery 26:00 Power of Mindset 27:50 Taking Control 29:10 Hormones/Nutrition/Lifestyle 36:50 Autonomic Nervous System Regulation 40:50 Think about How you View Yourself 46:50 Words of Hope Connect with Nick: @neurofitnick on IG CONNECT Listen to Cristabelle's new "Hope Survives" single on all music streaming platforms! Hosted by Cristabelle Braden: @cristabellebraden | cristabellebraden.com Hope After Head Injury: @hopeafterheadinjury | hopeafterheadinjury.com Brain Injury Bible Study: @braininjurybiblestudy | braininjurybiblestudy.com Join the online community & zoom support group: hopeafterheadinjury.com/community Thank you to Council on Brain Injury for supporting this podcast by providing a microphone as part of their grant program to the brain injury community. Check out the amazing work done by CoBI at: councilonbraininjury.com This podcast is for education and informational purposes only, and not intended for medical advice. If you need specific medical advice, please consult your physician. More: hopesurvivespodcast.com

Cupertino
Esto con Ian Goodfellow no pasaba

Cupertino

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 38:26


Sigue habiendo cierta "revuelta" interna por parte de algunos empleados que siguen enfadados por la reducción de flexibilidad. El creador de las GAN deja Apple, aunque no creemos que realmente sea un problema tan grave como hemos visto en algunos titulares. Sigue habiendo cierta "revuelta" interna por parte de algunos empleados que siguen enfadados por la reducción de flexibilidad. Repasamos las ambiciones de algunos competidores de Apple, y algunas de sus cagadas e hipocresías más recientes. Nuestro episodio más fanboy. Apple Together: Thoughts on Office-Bound Work Apple sued by Russian users over suspension of Apple Pay | AppleInsider Apple, Google, and Microsoft commit to expanded support for FIDO standard - Apple Play Fortnite on iOS, iPadOS, Android Phones and Tablets, and Windows PC with Xbox Cloud Gaming for Free - Xbox Wire Apple aclara las razones por las que ha eliminado 3 millones de apps sin actualizar de la App Store, y sigue sin convencer a los desarrolladores | Tecnología - ComputerHoy.com Apple Music is Sometimes Replacing Other Apps in the Dock When Installed From App Store [Updated] - MacRumors What's new in firmware updates for AirTag - Apple Support Qualcomm says its Apple Silicon rival chips will be in PCs by late 2023 | AppleInsider Apple lawsuit says 'stealth' startup Rivos poached engineers to steal secrets | Reuters Fitbit retira 1,7 millones de relojes inteligentes por peligro de quemaduras | Compañías | Cinco Días Pachinko 2 confirmada, ¿cuándo se estrena la segunda temporada? Puedes ponerte en contacto con nosotros por correo en: alex@barredo.es Suscríbete al boletín de información diario en https://newsletter.mixx.io Escucha el podcast diario de información tecnológica en https://podcast.mixx.io Nuestro grupo de Telegram: https://t.me/mixxiocomunidad

Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff
Episode 496: Tonsils Not Included

Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 64:37


Beloved Patreon backer Urchin Prince beckons us to the shiniest throne of the Gaming Hut to ask about boons the PCs' patrons might give them. The Architecture Hut faces cost overruns for its fiendish traps as estimable backer Tim Vert asks which famous architects we'd commission were we to build dungeons. An odd shrimp smell […]

Moments with a Milso
Adding the Fun to Functional Decor, with Brittany Zimmerman

Moments with a Milso

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 44:48


Have you ever struggled to explain your design choices to your service member spouse? Or asked them to hide their sports collection items in the "man cave"? Curious what to do for your small business office space that's PCS-friendly? Then you'll want to tune in to this episode! Brittany Zimmerman, MEO of Bleu Bee Designs, is teaching us all about decor and adding fun pieces! Episode 119 of the Moments with an MEO podcast is all about fun and functional pieces to spruce up your military home! In this episode, Brittany and I discuss: The first thing you can do when you get to your next empty home and can't paint. The importance of multi-purposeful storage pieces and having a space and a place for everything. Where to find inspiration for unique design choices.Where to start decorating your boring office space.How to blend your style with your spouse, and how to add them in every room in a beautiful way that pleases you both. Tune in each week to hear more military and entrepreneurial stories and tips! Connect with Brittany Zimmerman: InstagramWebsiteConnect with Britt: WebsiteInstagram

A Better Peace: The War Room Podcast
OUR EDUCATION STORY PT 1: SCHOOL AND PCS (MIL SPOUSE EDITION)

A Better Peace: The War Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 31:05


As if PCS season isn't stressful enough it can be overwhelming when you begin to navigate the requirements to register your children in their new schools. Join Faith and Lynda as they jump right into all things school related for your child as well as continuing education for yourself. They are joined by Michele Sumter. Michele is a military spouse who has served in military-connected schools as a principal at all levels. She enjoys sharing her knowledge of school systems and transitioning students with her military friends. The key to it all is it's never too early to start contacting schools to ensure your military child is set up for success. Download Takeaways - https://warroom.armywarcollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/22-055-OUR-EDUCATION-STORY-PT-1_SCHOOL-AND-PCS_Episode-Takeaways.pdf

Crimson Nib
S3E112 - Nymph Stew

Crimson Nib

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 162:59


What is this strange attraction, this yearning for the female gnoll called Princess Karima? How will their conversation go with the harbour-master? Why does Erika need to visit a temple? What is the Just Pazuzu and why do the PCs go to it / there? Do you wanna know more? Embers from a Chimney II is a Crimson Nib podcast that will journey with 4 wayward adventurers into the heart of the Southlands; a land of mystery and adventure, where riches and dangers await those brave enough to cross the wild expanses. The campaign setting is Southlands from Kobold Press. We are using the D&D 5E ruleset, and we game using the Fantasy Grounds virtual tabletop. I am Dagobah and this is a Crimson Nib podcast, you can follow me here or on twitter @crimsonnib, or at facebook.com/crimsonnib. If you've enjoyed what you've heard, please rate and review me on google podcasts, itunes, or wherever you get your podcasts. VTT - Fantasy Grounds (http://www.fantasygrounds.com) Campaign Settings - Southlands (https://koboldpress.com/tag/southlands/)

10/3: Canada Covered
Are the Liberals or NDP a major threat to Doug Ford in the Ontario election

10/3: Canada Covered

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 22:00


Ontario voters go to the polls June 2, and the much-anticipated election campaign got off to a slow start last week. Much debate centred around highways and transit, as the Liberals and the NDP tried to make a dent in the PCs polling lead. National Post columnist Sabrina Maddeaux joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss how the major parties have fared so far, why the province's COVID-19 response has not been a bigger issue, and what we can expect in the coming weeks. Background reading: Sabrina Maddeaux: Liberal plan won't fix Ontario's ludicrous elevator crisis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MacVoices Video
MacVoices #22101: NAB - A Discussion with Puget Systems On How Macs and PCs Both Have Their Place in Video Production

MacVoices Video

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 13:07


At NAB in Las Vegas, we caught up with Matt Bach, Solutions Research & Development at Puget Systems, about how both Macs and PCs have their places in video production. Puget Systems works the PC side of the street, making custom boxes to meet their customer needs. Matt explains why their solutions are better in some cases, and how the power of Macs, especially the new M1-series Macs, also fit into the picture. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Kolide. Meet compliance objectives in a remote-first world without resorting to rigid device management. Try Kolide with all its features on an unlimited number of devices for free for 14 days; no credit card required, at Kolide.com/macvoices. Show Notes: Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

MacVoices Audio
MacVoices #22101: NAB - Puget Systems On How Macs and PCs Both Have Their Place in Video Production

MacVoices Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 13:08


At NAB in Las Vegas, we caught up with Matt Bach, Solutions Research & Development at Puget Systems, about how both Macs and PCs have their places in video production. Puget Systems works the PC side of the street, making custom boxes to meet their customer needs. Matt explains why their solutions are better in some cases, and how the power of Macs, especially the new M1-series Macs, also fit into the picture. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Kolide. Meet compliance objectives in a remote-first world without resorting to rigid device management. Try Kolide with all its features on an unlimited number of devices for free for 14 days; no credit card required, at Kolide.com/macvoices. Show Notes: Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

Ask Concussion Doc | Complete Concussion Management
Episode 133 - The Silent Injury & Helpful Support Systems with Melinda Krynen-Hill

Ask Concussion Doc | Complete Concussion Management

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 46:40


The idea for this conversation came from frequent requests from PCS patients for something that they could share with friends and family to help them be more supportive and understanding. Melinda Krynen Hill is a Registered Psychotherapist (RP), trained mindfulness facilitator and Founder of Stillspace, a mindfulness consulting company that offers mindfulness- and compassion-based initiatives to enhance wellness. She has trained in a range of Mindfulness Based Interventions and her academic background includes a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology from the University of Toronto and a Master of Public Health in Health Promotion from the University of Alberta. Melinda has particular expertise working with chronic health concerns including chronic pain, complex health conditions (e.g. rare diseases, autoimmune), post-concussive syndrome and associated mental health concerns such as health anxiety, depression and adjustment difficulties. For previous podcast episodes, visit: https://completeconcussions.com/resources/ask-concussion-doc/ CONCUSSION EDUCATION PROGRAMS: Healthcare Practitioners: https://completeconcussions.com/services-courses/healthcare-practitioners/become-a-clinic/ Coaches/Trainers/Teachers: https://completeconcussions.com/services-courses/sports-schools/ Follow us! www.completeconcussions.com
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twitter.com/ccmconcussions DISCLAIMER This is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of doctors and/or healthcare professionals. Patients should consult their physician and/or healthcare providers in matters relating to their health, and in particular, with respect to any concussion and/or symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.

Remember The Game? Retro Gaming Podcast
Remember The Game? #197 - Yo! Noid

Remember The Game? Retro Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 84:39


I've recorded over 500 podcasts since I launched this show, and I sleep easy at night knowing that if I ever erase them (which, I mean, is fairly likely. You know how I am with computers...), I have a backup, thanks to folks over at Backblaze!   They offer unlimited backups for both PCs and Macs for just $7/month! And it's super easy to do, even I was able to figure it out! You can get a full-feature 15 day trial (with no credit card required!) at Backblaze.com/RTG. Check 'em out!   We've been talking about doing an episode of this show about Yo! Noid for, man, it has to be years at this point, doesn't it? I was worried there wouldn't be enough meat on the pizza to talk about. I was sweating that nobody aside from my guest and I ever played it to begin with. And I was a little nervous the noid would show up and start wrecking my pizzas...   But we finally threw caution into the wind, and recorded what could very well be the first ever podcast dedicated to the NES "classic" that is Yo! Noid.    My pal Tyler makes his return to the show this week, and we talked about the stupid skateboard levels, the boring pizza eating contests, the cheap, cheap, CHEEEEAAAAAP deaths that this stupid game is full of, and why despite all of those faults, this is still a pretty adequate NES game. I know it took forever, but enjoy your damned Yo! Noid podcast!   And before we talk pizzas and Noids, I bake up another edition of the 'Remember The Game? Infamous Intro'!   This week, we get into the fact that Nintendo, PlayStation and XBx all have the 'X' button on their controllers in a different spot, and why it needs to stop. As a comedian, am I getting nervous that someone will rush the stage and beat me up after seeing what happened to Dave Chapelle? And should we let our gaming backlogs get to us?   PLUS, we have another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', featuring three mascot-centric duds: Cool Spot, Chester Cheetah's Wild Wild Quest, and MC Kids.    Are you on social media? Of course you are. So follow us!    Twitter: @MemberTheGame Instagram: @MemberTheGame Twitch.tv/MemberTheGame   And if you want access to over 200 bonus podcasts, along with multiple new shows EVERY WEEK, consider showing us some love over at Patreon. Subscriptions start at just $2/month, and 5% of our patreon income every month will be donated to our 24 hour Extra-Life charity stream at the end of the year!   Patreon.com/RememberTheGame

Ontario Today Phone-Ins from CBC Radio
Who are union members supporting in this election?

Ontario Today Phone-Ins from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 51:45


Some callers feel betrayed by a construction union's decision to endorse the Progressive Conservatives. Brock University Labour Studies Prof. Larry Savage tells us why. LiUNA's Sean McFarling explains his union's support for the PCs. Unifor's Shane Wark tell us why his union is campaigning against them.

From the Battlefield to the Boardroom
Episode 158 : Navigating Military Life, Employment, and PCS as a Military Spouse

From the Battlefield to the Boardroom

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 30:53


PCSing is one of the most challenging parts of military life, especially for military spouses who are trying to maintain their own career. To help ease the burden, Orion has partnered with PCSgrades, an online platform that supports the biggest relocation needs for military members, veterans, and military spouses through trusted community insights. Their comprehensive resources include detailed area guides, a BAH calculator, and more than 150 articles created by military spouses, veterans, and real estate experts. Jenah Wieczorek, military spouse and Marketing Director at PCSgrades, joins the show to discuss all things PCS. Jenah began her career as a dental hygienist but after PCSing multiple times she knew she needed a career with more flexibility. Since joining the PCSgrades team, Jenah has become an expert on how to conquer all the challenges associated with military life, and she was kind enough to share her best advice with us. During the podcast we discussed: • Challenges military spouses face • Getting connected with your community after each move • Free resources available through PCSgrades https://www.pcsgrades.com/

Pharmacy Revenue Cycle News
Can Your IT System Report NDC Numbers on Inpatient Claims?

Pharmacy Revenue Cycle News

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 4:28


Whoa! IPPS Proposed Rule includes new process that drugs for NTAP be reported with an NDC number rather than an ICD-10-PCS code. Can your IT system handle this change so you don't lose revenue?

Panda's Talking Games
PTG 275 – Relationship Disasters

Panda's Talking Games

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 48:58


Show us how you handle relationship disasters in games — whether between PCs or with NPCs! Phil and Senda talk disaster relationships, the axis on which you can slide some […]

Owning Up
May 8th PCS Episode2 Moni mixdown

Owning Up

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 10:28


Welcome to the PCS Special Sunday Series with Moni Jefferson First, we are grateful for YOU, our listeners, partners, and sponsors.  Second, a quick recap of last week's episode. Moni talked about a few essential items:  Decide whether you're going to stop your business, onboard a new team member, or continue the business.  Decide what you can do that you cannot delegate.  Create a plan. Automate as much as you can.  Tips from this episode:  Use project management tools such as AMSE partner - Monday.com - to streamline your business. Put these in place for your family and business 90 days in advance.  Ensure your SOPs (standard operating procedures) are well defined and available for your team or those helping you run your business while moving.  You can access free templates online to create your SOP, but you can also create a video breaking down the SOP. Whether they help your team during the PCS or if you need to onboard a new team member, a video explanation can be a great tool!  Set up a workflow with deadlines that work best for you and your team.  This is a great time to re-evaluate what items need your immediate attention. Ask yourself:  How is this serving me?  Is this generating a return on investment right now?  Is this something that can wait?  Do my team, and I have the bandwidth for this?  What can I outsource?  Something to remember - PCSing doesn't have to be complicated. And, you are allowed to pivot and move things that aren't needing immediate attention during this time. Serve your audience/clients that best represent your values and mission.  Have some tips you want to share about PSCing your business? Email them to podcast@amseagency.com. If you're new to Owning Up, make sure and subscribe, so you'll know when a new episode drops. You can also join our Facebook group to see what other milspouse entrepreneurs are up to and receive the latest AMSE news. If you're a milspouse, who has a business or is thinking of starting one, join us here at AMSE Membership. Check out our previous episodes for encouragement, connection, and information.  We'd love to have you join our fantastic community! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Follow Moni Jefferson on Instagram. Visit our website to become a member: AMSE Email us at hello@amseagency.com

Bright Side
That's How Wi-Fi Works

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 13:12


Remember the days when your internet was connected through the phone line? Oh, that sound of dial-up! We've come a long way since then, and chances are that you're watching this video through Wi-Fi right now. So how did we get here anyway?  In the 1980s, personal computers had begun to enter our lives for good. But at that time, they were connected to the internet through the infamous Ethernet cables. Maybe scientists were getting tired of tripping over all those cables? They decided they wanted to start sending data using radio signals. However, those early attempts were unsuccessful. What scientists didn't know at the time was that the problem had been solved a decade before PCs were even invented! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Daily Tech Headlines
Week in Review for the Week of 5/2/22 – DTH

Daily Tech Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022


The Chinese Central Government to replace all foreign PCs in the next two years, Meta winds down podcasting on Facebook, and Intel says chip shortage won’t ease until 2024. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here. A special thanks to all our supporters–withoutContinue reading "Week in Review for the Week of 5/2/22 – DTH"

c't uplink (HD-Video)
10 oder 11: Welches ist das bessere Windows? | c't uplink 43.0

c't uplink (HD-Video)

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022


Vor einem halben Jahr ging Windows 11 an den Start. Sein Ruf ist eher mies, das zeigt unter anderem eine Umfrage unter den c't Abonnenten vom Februar. Es gilt als schick, aber nicht als praktisch. Dabei steht es für immer mehr PCs und Laptops als Upgrade bereit. Wer in ein neues Gerät investiert, findet es womöglich bereits vorinstalliert. Doch ist Windows 11 im Vergleich zu Windows 10 wirklich so ein Reinfall? Im c't uplink legen wir die Stärken und Schwächen der neuen Version im Vergleich zum Vorgänger offen. Wir schauen dabei nicht nur auf die Usability, sondern auch auf Performance und Sicherheit. Außerdem verraten wir, ob und wie ein Downgrade von Windows 11 auf Windows 10 gelingt, denn auch dafür kann es Gründe geben. === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis === CyberGhost VPN wurde entwickelt, um deine digitale Privatsphäre zu schützen. Sichere dir 84% Rabatt auf das 3-Jahres-Abo + 4 zusätzliche Monate kostenlos. Mehr Informationen unter: https://www.cyberghostvpn.com/ctuplink === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis Ende ===

c't uplink (SD-Video)
10 oder 11: Welches ist das bessere Windows? | c't uplink 43.0

c't uplink (SD-Video)

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022


Vor einem halben Jahr ging Windows 11 an den Start. Sein Ruf ist eher mies, das zeigt unter anderem eine Umfrage unter den c't Abonnenten vom Februar. Es gilt als schick, aber nicht als praktisch. Dabei steht es für immer mehr PCs und Laptops als Upgrade bereit. Wer in ein neues Gerät investiert, findet es womöglich bereits vorinstalliert. Doch ist Windows 11 im Vergleich zu Windows 10 wirklich so ein Reinfall? Im c't uplink legen wir die Stärken und Schwächen der neuen Version im Vergleich zum Vorgänger offen. Wir schauen dabei nicht nur auf die Usability, sondern auch auf Performance und Sicherheit. Außerdem verraten wir, ob und wie ein Downgrade von Windows 11 auf Windows 10 gelingt, denn auch dafür kann es Gründe geben. === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis === CyberGhost VPN wurde entwickelt, um deine digitale Privatsphäre zu schützen. Sichere dir 84% Rabatt auf das 3-Jahres-Abo + 4 zusätzliche Monate kostenlos. Mehr Informationen unter: https://www.cyberghostvpn.com/ctuplink === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis Ende ===

c’t uplink
10 oder 11: Welches ist das bessere Windows? | c't uplink 43.0

c’t uplink

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 54:18


Vor einem halben Jahr ging Windows 11 an den Start. Sein Ruf ist eher mies, das zeigt unter anderem eine Umfrage unter den c't Abonnenten vom Februar. Es gilt als schick, aber nicht als praktisch. Dabei steht es für immer mehr PCs und Laptops als Upgrade bereit. Wer in ein neues Gerät investiert, findet es womöglich bereits vorinstalliert. Doch ist Windows 11 im Vergleich zu Windows 10 wirklich so ein Reinfall? Im c't uplink legen wir die Stärken und Schwächen der neuen Version im Vergleich zum Vorgänger offen. Wir schauen dabei nicht nur auf die Usability, sondern auch auf Performance und Sicherheit. Außerdem verraten wir, ob und wie ein Downgrade von Windows 11 auf Windows 10 gelingt, denn auch dafür kann es Gründe geben. === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis === CyberGhost VPN wurde entwickelt, um deine digitale Privatsphäre zu schützen. Sichere dir 84% Rabatt auf das 3-Jahres-Abo + 4 zusätzliche Monate kostenlos. Mehr Informationen unter: https://www.cyberghostvpn.com/ctuplink === Anzeige / Sponsorenhinweis Ende ===

Daily Tech Headlines
Chinese Central Government to Replace All Foreign PCs – DTH

Daily Tech Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022


The Chinese central government reportedly ordered all agencies and state-backed companies to replace all foreign PCs within the next two years, the UK Digital Market Unit will be able to fine tech companies up to 10% of annual turnover, and the Backup Ukraine project looks to digitally preserve the country’s cultural heritage. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBEContinue reading "Chinese Central Government to Replace All Foreign PCs – DTH"

A Better Peace: The War Room Podcast
THEY'RE TAKING OVER! MEET THE HOSTS (MIL SPOUSE EDITION)

A Better Peace: The War Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 26:07


It's time for another installment of MIL SPOUSE EDITION and we thought before we get too deep into content perhaps you should meet the co-hosts of the series. Faith Bomar and Lynda Lind join podcast editor Ron Granieri in the virtual studio to lay out the roadmap for the series and explain how they ended up as the hosts of the program. With the goal of sharing information and expertise to the broadest possible audience, the two hosts will be talking to experts about topics that are important to military spouses and families. Future episodes will cover education (your children and your own), PCS-ing, volunteering, employment, military culture, customs and courtesies, and maybe most important - self-care. So come meet your guides through this endeavor as Faith and Lynda share conversations and experiences, and promise a few laughs along the way talking about "Their Mission, Our Story."

TechTimeRadio
On TechTime with Nathan Mumm, Social Robots president joins the show to discuss robots for the elderly. Next, Meta is to release four VR headsets by 2024. SpaceX Starlink updates, Coca-Cola gets hacked, & REvil is back | Air Date 5/1 - 5/7/2022

TechTimeRadio

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 55:22


Welcome to TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hummmm" Technology news of the week for May 1st  – May 7th, 2022.Today on the show, we have Lee St James, the Founder and President of Social Robots, joining the show today to discuss how their robots are looking to improve interaction with retirement communities and nursing homes. Why does she believe AI and Robots can fill in this gap? We will ask this and more. Next, Meta to release four more VR headsets by 2024. Is one model not enough now? SpaceX Starlink is busy, Coca-Cola gets hacked, and Revil, the Ransomware group, is back. We have our listener's favorite segment, "Letters," this week with emails sent to us from listeners across the globe. In addition, we have our standard features, including "This Week in Technology," | "Mike's Mesmerizing Moment," - and can AI robots replace the companionship of humans. And, of course, our "Pick of the Day" whiskey tasting. So sit back, raise a glass, and Welcome to TechTime with Nathan Mumm. Episode 99:  Starts at 1:13 --- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 4:01 --- [Top Stories In The First Five Minutes]: Starts at 8:08Meta to release four more VR headsets by 2024, including a 'Laptop For Your Face' -https://tinyurl.com/2p966m3n SpaceX Starlink has 150,000 daily users in Ukraine 5 weeks after being activated, government official says- https://tinyurl.com/yckwm42u Coca-Cola investigates hacker group's claims of a breach and data theftREvil ransomware group is back with a vengeance - https://tinyurl.com/yckwm42u  --- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Review]: Starts at 18:47Maker's Mark 46 Cask Strength | 109.6 Proof | $65.00 --- [Technology Insider]: Starts at 21:27Lee St James, the Founder and President of Social Robots, joining the show today to discuss how their robots are looking to improve interaction with retirement communities and nursing homes.  --- [This Week in Technology]: Starts at 36:58May 2, 1983Microsoft's Original MouseMicrosoft introduces the Microsoft Mouse for IBM and IBM-compatible PCs. The mouse featured two buttons and is available by itself or bundled with the new Microsoft Word software, which Microsoft would release in September of that year.Microsoft will manufacture nearly one hundred thousand units of the device, but will only sell five thousand before introducing a second, more popular version of the device in 1985. This was the first software company to bundle hardware and software in the same packaging.--- [Marc's Mumbles Whiskey Details]: Starts at 42:34--- [Letters]: Starts at 44:56Mike and Nathan share this week's informative emails that were received during the week. This includes scams, phishing emails, and all-out mistruths disguised as legitimate emails. --- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 53:06 --- [Pick of the Day]: Starts at 54:25Maker's Mark 46 Cask Strength | 109.6 Proof | $65.00 Mike: Thumbs Up Nathan: Thumbs Up

We Were Gamers
308: The Triad Is Complete

We Were Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 56:44


Component Class. The whole time. Just Component Class. It's wonderful news, Michael completes the trifecta. We've all built new PCs. Hear us go through the latest build and reminisce about all three buildouts, what we learned and what's next.

The Cyber Ranch Podcast
Total Greenfield Innovation w/ Guillaume Ross

The Cyber Ranch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 33:53


What would you do if you could build your security program from scratch?  In this episode, Allan is joined by the Head of Security at Fleet, Guillaume Ross, to talk about his time building out an innovative and out-of-the-box security program and the steps he took to make it all happen. Guillaume walks us through how he developed and maintained a serverless, container based environment, his tips for securing PCs and Macs within a serverless environment, and how to establish department and business buy-in and overall cooperation. Lastly, he details steps to ensure resilience in an ‘everything as code' security model.  Some of what he builds might seem obvious – other parts will genuinely surprise you!    Guest Bio: Guillaume Ross is the Head of Security at Fleet Device Management. He likes securing organizations, clouds, products and more, by refusing to implement the same things that have been tried and failed thousands of times already.   Links: Sponsored by our good friends at  Axonius Stay in touch with Guillaume Ross on LinkedIn and Twitter Follow Allan Alford on LinkedIn and Twitter Purchase a Cyber Ranch Podcast T-Shirt at the Hacker Valley Store  Continue this conversation on our Discord Listen to more from the Hacker Valley Studio and The Cyber Ranch Podcast  

10/3: Canada Covered
Spotlight on Doug Ford and the PCs as Ontario goes to the polls

10/3: Canada Covered

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 24:57


The Ontario election campaign is set to get underway this week, but the Ford government gave it the unofficial kickoff, with a campaign-style budget. Rebuilding the economy after COVID will likely be a key theme during the campaign, but so could the government's response to the pandemic, which still looms over the political landscape. Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss how the budget telegraphs the PCs election campaign, what we can expect from the Liberals and the NDP, and whether upstart right-wing parties pose any serious threat to Doug Ford. Background reading: Ford looks poised for another majority but campaigns still matter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Radio Grognard
Just the Good Stuff

Radio Grognard

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 9:18


I talk about cutting down your description and directing the PCs. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radio-grognard/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radio-grognard/support

New Left Radio
Thy Right-Wing Heart

New Left Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 21:37


Like the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon)! The PCs, Libs, and NDP aren't the only choices on the ballot in Ontario — two right-wing parties are also vying for your heart. The Ontario Party (headed by Canada's biggest goober) and the New Blue Party are battling out which can be more reactionary and draw the kook crowd. The fight now comes with Trump endorsed star power! _________ https://twitter.com/Joe_Roberts01 (Follow Joe on Twitter) https://twitter.com/itsrodgermoran (Follow Rodger on Twitter) _________

Role of the Dice Podcast
Episode 209 - World Building: Going Slow

Role of the Dice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 41:54


Having the PCs step into a world for the first time can be overwhelming for them as well as the GM. Going slow as you explore this realm together is a great way to world build together!

Owning Up
PCS Your Business Without Falling Apart

Owning Up

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 10:27


Welcome to the PCS Special Sunday Series with Moni Jefferson First, we are grateful for YOU, our listeners, partners, and sponsors.  CEO and Founder Moni Jefferson is getting ready for a PCS and is sharing her experience and knowledge about how to successfully PCS your family and your business. Remember, whether, with your family or your business, you do not have to do everything! Delegate where you can, and you will be glad you did! Tips from this episode:  First, decide whether you are putting your business on hold during your PCS or working through it.  Second, start a project management board such as Monday.com Third, decide what the jobs that only you can do are. Fourth, make sure you have a PCS Road Map:  come up with your plan put your systems in place at least 90 days out inform your clients, partners, and team know that you're PCSing prioritize your tasks - especially money-making tasks automate everything The PCS process is your process, but you need to be strategic with your business, so you don't feel anxious, overwhelmed, or depleted.  Make sure and download your PCS Your Business Without Falling Apart Guide today! Have some tips you want to share about PSCing your business? Email them to podcast@amseagency.com. If you're new to Owning Up, make sure and subscribe, so you'll know when a new episode drops. You can also join our Facebook group to see what other milspouse entrepreneurs are and receive the latest AMSE news. If you're a milspouse, have a business, or are thinking of starting one, join us here at AMSE Membership. Check out our previous episodes for encouragement, connection, and information.  We'd love to have you join our fantastic community! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Follow Moni Jefferson on Instagram. Visit our website to become a member: AMSE Email us at hello@amseagency.com  

Appendix N Book Club
Episode 118 – Peter Bebergal's "Appendix N” with special guest Ian McGarty

Appendix N Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 59:03


Ian McGarty joins us to discuss Peter Bebergal's "Appendix N: The Eldritch Roots of Dungeons & Dragons”, games publishing, lifting magic items from fiction, the Swords Against Darkness anthologies, skeletal vampires, Tanith Lee's wild fiction, Elric and Moonglum, the old school D&D thief class, wanting to die a warrior's death, the Vivimancer class, necromancer PCs, crisp mountain air, and much more!

Savage Interludes
Episode 125: We're Just Not the Same

Savage Interludes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 55:01


The Trio discussed running games where PCs have disparate power levels. Discord: https://discord.gg/ec8SV7bRKn Chapter Markers: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:56 - Patron Praisings 00:01:29 - Look What I Found! 00:16:46 - Main Topic: Running Games with Disparate Power Levels 00:53:21 - Outro 00:54:25 - Ron's Joke

Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff
Episode 494: Sidekicks to the Bear

Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 62:49


In an episode dedicated to recreating for posterity the good half of an old installment that has since gone missing, the Gaming Hut looks at campaigns where most of the PCs are sidekicks to a superior hero. In the Tradecraft Hut we examine the career of former Putin aide Vladislav Surkov, the so-called Gray Cardinal […]

MacVoices Video
MacVoices #22084: MacVoices Live! - Google, Duck Duck Go, More Macs and Less PCs, Plex (2)

MacVoices Video

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 37:58


The MacVoices Live! panel of David Ginsburg, Brittany Smith, Frank Petrie, Jeff Gamet, Andrew Orr and Jim Rea discusses web browsers, how Google is trying to control the internet, and where the new Duck Duck Go browser fits in. Then, the group covers the reports of more Macs than PCs shipping last quarter, and Plex dropping support for podcasts. (Part 2)  This edition of MacVoices is brought to you by the MacVoices Dispatch, our weekly newsletter that keeps you up-to-date on any and all MacVoices-related information. Subscribe today and don't miss a thing. Show Notes: Links: Google abandons FLoC, introduces Topics API to replace tracking cookies - The Verge Mac shipments continue to grow as rest of PC market slumps - iMore Plex to End Support for Podcasts on Friday - MacRumors Guests: Jeff Gamet is a technology blogger, podcaster, author, and public speaker. Previously, he was The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, and the TextExpander Evangelist for Smile. He has presented at Macworld Expo, RSA Conference, several WordCamp events, along with many other conferences. You can find him on several podcasts such as The Mac Show, The Big Show, MacVoices, Mac OS Ken, This Week in iOS, and more. Jeff is easy to find on social media as @jgamet on Twitter and Instagram, and jeffgamet on LinkedIn., and on his YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/jgamet. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65. Frank Petrie is an author and contributor to ScreenCastsOnline Magazine. Follow him on Twitter and check out his web site, ympnow.com. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Brittany Smith is a trained cognitive neuroscientist who provides ADD/ADHD, technology, and productivity coaching through her business, Devise and Conquer, along with companion video courses for folks with ADHD. She's also the cofounder of The ADHD Guild, a community for nerdy folks with ADHD. She, herself, is a self-designated “well-rounded geek”. She can be found on Twitter as @addliberator and on YouTube with tech tips. Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

Conversations with the Hostess
53: How to Make Saying Goodbye Easier

Conversations with the Hostess

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 21:54


It's PCS season (that means a lot of military families will be moving over the next few months) and with that a lot of goodbyes are going to be said.  This week's podcast is going to walk you through several ways to make saying those goodbyes a lot easier.  I'm talking about marking off those bucket list items, making plans with friends to stay in touch, and how to make saying goodbye easier for your kids too.  I hope you get some value out of the episode and share it with another military family you know that may be moving this year.  Links I mention in the podcast:  Moving podcast episodes that are helpful: Episode 36 with Mallory from Mamas on the Move.  She'll help you if you're planning to move yourself.  Episode 35 Celebrating a move, making the moving process a little bit more fun.  Episode 48 with our decison making process each time we move.   Episode 41 has a lot of gift giving advice on how to give a gift someone will actually like. Bingeing This Week! Podcasts I've been listening to after watching Bridgerton, which is what I'm bingeing this week.  Both are fun and do a great job recapping the show.  Tea at No. 5, a fun opinionated recap of the show.  Bridgerton Fancast, a straightforward walk through of each episode and commentary about the show without any spoilers.   If you have any questions I'm always happy to help, just send me a DM @thedailyhostess on Instagram.  Plus you can get your own party planning guidebook by clicking here.  You'll receive 15 pages of checklists, timelines, and ways to simplify your next gathering so you can stress less and enjoy it more.  Learn more at www.thedailyhostess.com Don't forget to leave a 5 star rating and review of the podcast.  Each rating and review helps spread the podcast to others who want to build their community by hosting. 

The Tattooed Historian Show
How Do Games Influence Historical Thought?

The Tattooed Historian Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 57:43


Dr. Jonathan S. Jones (VMI) joined me to discuss how video games can or may influence our understanding of the past. We are being inundated with historical themes on PCs and consoles. How do these experiences impact our historical understanding? Are they a hindrance or an asset? Are they both?

Owning Up
AMSE's May at a Glance

Owning Up

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 5:27


Hello listeners! I'm Caroline Schafer, the Podcast Producer for the AMSE Agency.  May can be quite a busy month! It is the month of Mother's Day, graduations, and an ending to a school year for some. It's also time to start making those summer plans. Even with the busyness of life during this month, AMSE will ensure you have the tools for your business to be ready for whatever comes your way.  On May 5th at 12:00 pm EST, our CEO and Founder, Moni Jefferson, goes live on Facebook to make sure you have all the information about any upcoming events for the month and any updates. Such as the latest MSEG Guide, the PCS Roundtable, and how to help our Owning Up Podcast Glow Up by becoming a monthly supporter. Set your reminder, so you don't miss it!  Then, following our Facebook Live, join us at 1:30 pm EST for our monthly Member Orientation. We know the importance of community, so every month, we make sure you have an opportunity to learn all you can about your AMSE membership. Whether you're a new member or have been a member for a bit, we'd love to have you join us!    Have you ever thought about how to prepare for retirement as a small business owner? On May 10th at 1:30 pm EST, Delano Saporu will teach you the strategies you need in our Masterclass called “Retirement Planning for Entrepreneurs.” Sign up for this class on your dashboard today!  May 12th at 1:30 pm EST is our next Masterclass called “Promote Your Personal Brand.” Brand strategist, Phil Pallen, will talk about how important branding is for your business. Phil is with one of our new AMSE partners - Adobe Creative Cloud. So make sure and sign up on your dashboard for this class and join us to find out how to promote your personal brand!   As AMSE continues to grow, we replace our monthly co-working with AMSE Speed Networking. So join other AMSE members on May 17th at 1:30 pm EST. You'll have four rounds at ten minutes each. Plus, there are announcements about great discounts!   We haven't forgotten about the importance of taking a break for yourself. On May 18th at 10 am EST, join us for our monthly Coffee Chat. We know how hard you work, so we wanted to provide a time for you to chit-chat about life. This is a great way to get your day started. Set a reminder and sign up today!   We finish our month with Laser Group Coaching on May 24th at 1:30 pm EST. Do you need some feedback on an idea? Do you have a question that you can't find an answer to? Then you'll want to attend this virtual event. Submit your questions ahead of time, and the answers will be given at the event.  PCS season is upon us! And Moni wanted to make sure you all know you're not alone in dealing with not just moving your family but moving your business. So, beginning May 1st, we launch a Special Sunday Series where Moni will share her insights and tips for PCSing your business. Those episodes will be full of links and information to help you on your journey. Plus, if you don't already know, there's a super helpful app called MyPCS designed to make your move smoother than ever before!    By the way, we'd love for you to become a supporter of the Owning Up podcast! For only $5 a month, you can help us continue to serve and advocate for military spouse entrepreneurs. Click on the Glow link in the show notes to find out how!       Remember, your AMSE Member dashboard has all you need to register for events, connect with other members, and share your wins! You can find all you need to start, grow, and elevate your business!  If you're new to Owning Up, make sure and subscribe, so you'll know when a new episode drops. You can also join our Facebook group to see what other milspouse entrepreneurs are up to and receive the latest AMSE news. If you're a milspouse, who has a business or is thinking of starting one, join us here at AMSE Membership. Check out our previous episodes for encouragement, connection, and information.  We'd love to have you join our fantastic community! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Follow Moni Jefferson on Instagram. Visit our website to become a member: AMSE Email us at hello@amseagency.com

Conversations with the Hostess
53: Making Saying Goodbye Easier

Conversations with the Hostess

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 22:30


It's PCS season (that means a lot of military families will be moving over the next few months) and with that a lot of goodbyes are going to be said.  This week's podcast is going to walk you through several ways to make saying those goodbyes a lot easier.  I'm talking about marking off those bucket list items, making plans with friends to stay in touch, and how to make saying goodbye easier for your kids too.  I hope you get some value out of the episode and share it with another military family you know that may be moving this year.  Links I mention in the podcast:  Moving podcast episodes that are helpful: Episode 36 with Mallory from Mamas on the Move.  She'll help you if you're planning to move yourself.  Episode 35 Celebrating a move, making the moving process a little bit more fun.  Episode 48 with our decison making process each time we move.   Episode 41 has a lot of gift giving advice on how to give a gift someone will actually like. Bingeing This Week! Podcasts I've been listening to after watching Bridgerton, which is what I'm bingeing this week.  Both are fun and do a great job recapping the show.  Tea at No. 5, a fun opinionated recap of the show.  Bridgerton Fancast, a straightforward walk through of each episode and commentary about the show without any spoilers.   If you have any questions I'm always happy to help, just send me a DM @thedailyhostess on Instagram.  Plus you can get your own party planning guidebook by clicking here.  You'll receive 15 pages of checklists, timelines, and ways to simplify your next gathering so you can stress less and enjoy it more.  Learn more at www.thedailyhostess.com Don't forget to leave a 5 star rating and review of the podcast.  Each rating and review helps spread the podcast to others who want to build their community by hosting. 

Super Adventure Friends Co. Podcast
SAFCOcast 29: Your Longest Traveller Campaign! Winner announced!

Super Adventure Friends Co. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 74:26


In this episode Jeff and Bob read some much appreciated email from listeners, go over from great finds from the internet, talk about some rules finds, announce the winner for the random drawing from the Longest Campaign submissions, and read the first six of the twelve submissions! Relevant links: RPG Ramblings Podcast, with Jeffrey Jones Traveller RPG Mayday Mayday 2022 Official Event Page - from CyborgPrime The Log of the Grayswandir - Traveller blog by Dennis Matheson Stargrave - miniatures A Less-Travelled Road: The Three Creeps - blog entry from Omer Golan Joel FB post about IISS H2A Revolver and ISS ME7 Field Jacket for scouts, created by Brannon Boren Subsector Editor and Mapper - Cepheus Journal TSAO: Liberty Ship” from Stellagama Publishing, and Felbrigg's video review Bob's "Mesh-Plus" armor - intended to model Earl Dumarest's armored clothing Speculative Machines podcast - where we get our theme music Longest Campaign Submissions Thomas of KingstonMegaTraveller w mods8-10 Months (detail is a bit fuzzy) It was set in the JG Glimmerdrift Reaches on an Imperial planet (Petra). The planet was balkanized and there were many tensions among the double handful of nations but the big players were 2 or 3 larger nations. The tech level of the planet was 9, but there was another Imperial planet (TL-12) not far away. The time period was about 1114, but in this particular setting, the Solomani were pushing into the open spaces in Glimmerdrift reaches.  It would have been a more typical game if one of the players hadn't rolled up a retired Imperial Marine who had Soc 12 (Marquis). He ended up being the Marquis of Petra and being the Imperial representative. The other characters were a mix of retired Marines, Navy, and some active duty, with one being a local noble.  The Marquis was, to the eyes of some of his senior people, a bit erratic. So much so that his Security Chief rapidly decided that if this was what the Imperium would put in charge, the Solomani were welcome.  That led to the Security Chief running a Solomani-sympathizer campaign against the Imperium. He was also the funnel and organizer who managed data flow to the Marquis. So on the one hand, he organized an underground flyer that regularly knew a lot about Imperial business and failures, he recruited like minded PCs and NPCs who had Solomani sympathies, and he set the Imperials against the local governments. It got worse as time went on: The high port blew up (the only GM-inflicted campaign event I can think of) and then shipments of high tech offworld arms and vehicles were sabotaged, the Marquis' family was assassinated, and a few PCs and NPCs who were Imperial sympathizers were fingered as being behind the Solomani underground (leading to their execution by the Security Chief after convincing the Marquis he needed to kill these guys who were actually  on the Marquis' side).  In the end, the Solomani invaded, had local support, and the Marquis had to flee for his life. The Security Chief wrote a full explanation in a letter categorizing every step he took against the Marquis and how at every turn, he turned allies against the Marquis or fingered them for troublemakers, and how he managed to deflect suspicion falling upon himself by having the underground flyer make fun of the Security Chief (and the Marquis immediately felt this made him not in with the Solomani because he seemed the sort to never make himself look foolish... except that's exactly what he was doing to avoid suspicion).  There was a lot time spent individually (because of the nature of intrigues) and there were many views and motivations that clashed, intersected, or sometimes passed like strangers in the night.  It wasn't easy to GM. I gave the Marquis chances and enough of the other players tried to warn him or help him, but the person he most trusted was the mastermind that he should have normally suspected and that set him against those who were actually trying to help (some were playing both sides and deserved what they got....).  I've run a fair few 8-12 month campaigns of more traditional Traveller, but this one ended up being legendary. The Security Chief's final message was done up in an X-Boat transmission.... I don't think we could do this again, but it will always live in memory of those who participated. (2) Winner!  Mark AyersThis first was original Traveller, the second was MegaTraveller.Each were about three years I have two longest campaigns. My first ran from winter 1977 until spring 1980. Our teen selves evolved the game as each new Traveller item was published and came into our possession. My next was a revival, in a new town, more than a decade later. It ran from autumn 1993 until autumn 1995. As young adults in jobs, this campaign was appreciated more and died when a classified job function of one of our key members prohibited their participation for two years. (3) Felbrigg HerriotClassic TravellerNot sure exactly, but at least six months of weekly play My longest Traveller game was a Mercenary Campaign. The PCs started as simple bodyguards, making money on the side, then they started hiring on people. Ended up with them having three ships, landers, plenty of men. (Bob - damn - this is very ambitious stuff from the players!) Had to use a spreadsheet to track the men's injuries and promotions etc. About half way through the players got a second PC each. The original PCs became the leaders doing all the politics, admin, negotiation etc, and the new ones were boots-on-the-ground leaders. Had some great sessions, a few with them working as guards on a passenger liner, with murders, fires, and chaos in jump. The scene of them strafing sea monsters from the beach with PGMPs as the beasts consumed holiday-makers will live with me forever.  (4) Patrick KanouseClassic Traveller2 years I refereed a Classic Traveller for two years in college. We played a session at least once a month, and I sometimes held individual player sessions. At the time, I was heavily influenced by Dan Simmons HYPERION, and the main villain was a version of the Shrike—albeit not as cool and very psionic based. It was also fickle, tormenting the players in Q-like ways, and designating one of the players as “the Chosen One.” LOL, we still don't know what that actually meant. Nonetheless, nearly 30 years later, those former players still occasionally shout at me, “The Chosen One!” Great times.  (5) Pete BurkeMongoose 2e6 months Longest continuous campaign - I ran a Pirates of Drinax campaign for 6 months over Roll20 last year during COVID.  (6) Neuro LancerMongoose 2e6 months I refereed a campaign which lasted 6 months. It was a homebrew campaign using the flavor of the OTU. I used Mongoose 2nd Ed rule set. It started as a trader campaign and ended up being more mercenary-like. 

Taking 20 Podcast
Ep 122 - Failing Forward

Taking 20 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 22:23


Players, do you get disheartened when your character fails their acrobatics check and slips off the ice into the freezing river?  DMs, do you worry that your PCs may not be able to make it past a point in your adventure because they could fail the skill check, ability roll, or saving throw?  In this episode, we talk about both situations and describe the design concept of failing forward when it comes to adventures.

Bandit’s Keep
Form, Function and Fighting Ogres S2E4

Bandit’s Keep

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 31:14


Let's talk design in “OSR” games as well as “super heroic” PCs in the oldest of the old school OD&D

Flutzes and Waxels Podcast
Junior Worlds 2022: Women

Flutzes and Waxels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 52:50


This strange season wraps up with the Junior World Championships, and we begin our recaps with the women! We discuss how JGP spots for next season will be allocated (and whether there could be a better way to do it), whether tech minimums for the women need to be raised a bit next year, and when having one stand out quality can help you more in your scores than being consistently strong in all PCS categories.