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通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 藝術品相關時事趣聞 All about artworks

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2023 7:30


歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments Topic: Collins Dictionary picks ‘NFT' as word of the year C ollins Dictionary has chosen the term NFT as its word of the year after surging interest in the digital tokens that can sell for millions of dollars brought it into the mainstream. 《柯林斯詞典》於近日選出「NFT」為年度詞彙!該數位貨幣交易動輒高達數百萬美元,各界對它的興趣大增,並成功打入主流市場。 NFT is short for non-fungible token. Collins defines it as “a unique digital certificate, registered in a blockchain, that is used to record ownership of an asset such as an artwork or a collectible.” NFT是「非同質代幣」的縮寫,《柯林斯詞典》將NFT定義為「一種基於區塊鏈的獨特數位認證,用於記錄藝術品或收藏品等資產的所有權。」 Most people didn't know what an NFT was until this year, when sales boomed, sparked in large part by artist Beeple's March auction of a digital collage NFT for nearly US$70 million (approximately NT$2 billion). Experts at Collins said they chose NFT because of its “meteoric rise in usage,” up 11,000 percent this year. 人們原本對NFT很陌生,但自從數位藝術家畢波今年三月以近七千萬美元(近二十億台幣)的天價,售出一件數位拼貼作品後,NFT熱潮隨即興起,人們紛紛將目光投向NFT市場。柯林斯的專家表示,NFT一詞的使用量「迅速竄升」,今年已增長一百一十倍。 “NFTs seem to be everywhere, from the arts sections to the financial pages and in galleries and auction houses and across social media platforms,” said Alex Beecroft, managing director of Collins Learning. But whether NFT will have a lasting influence is yet to be determined, he added. 「柯林斯學習」的總經理比克羅夫特表示︰「NFT似乎無所不在,從藝術領域到金融版面,並且在畫廊、拍賣會還有社交平台都有它的蹤影。」他補充︰「但NFT是否會產生持久的影響,仍有待觀察。」Source article: https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2021/12/06/2003769067 Next Article Topic: Art Museums Are Struggling to Weed Out the Vandals From the Visitors For Hans-Peter Wipplinger, the director of Vienna's Leopold Museum, the past few weeks have been challenging. As climate protesters across Europe stepped up their attacks against art, Wipplinger took measures to protect his storied collection, which includes famous paintings by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. Bags were banned; coats, too. The museum hired extra guards to patrol its five floors. 對維也納立奧波德博物館館長維普林格來說,過去幾周充滿挑戰。隨著歐洲各地氣候抗議者加大對藝術品的攻擊力道,維普林格採取措施保護他的著名收藏,包括克林姆和席勒的名畫。禁止包包,外套也是。博物館雇用額外警衛巡視五個樓層。 It didn't work. Last week, members of a group called Last Generation walked into the museum and threw black liquid at one of Klimt's major works, “Death and Life.” A protester had sneaked the liquid into the museum in a hot water bottle strapped to his chest, Wipplinger said. 但沒有成功,上周一個名為「最後一代」團體的成員走進博物館,向克林姆主要作品之一《死亡與生命》潑灑黑色液體。維普林格說,一名抗議者將這種液體裝在一個熱水瓶內偷偷帶進博物館。 The Klimt, protected by glass, was unharmed. But Wipplinger said his security team could only have stopped the attack by subjecting visitors to invasive body searches, “like at the airport.” He didn't want to even consider that prospect, he added. 受玻璃保護的克林姆作品雖毫髮無損,但維普林格說,他的保安團隊恐怕只能對訪客進行侵入式搜身 來阻止攻擊,「就像在機場一樣」。他還表示,他甚至不想考慮這一可能性。 With the attacks showing no sign of abating, museum directors across Europe are settling into a nervous new equilibrium, fearful for the works in their care but unwilling to compromise on making visitors feel welcome. So far, nothing has been permanently damaged. But many fear that an accident or an escalation in the protesters' tactics could result in a masterpiece being destroyed. 由於攻擊沒有減弱跡象,歐洲各地博物館館長正陷入一種緊張的新平衡狀態,擔心自己照顧的作品受到損害,但又不願在讓訪客感覺賓至如歸的問題上妥協。到目前為止,還沒有任何永久性的損壞,但許多人擔心,若發生意外或抗議者升級策略,恐導致名作被毀。 The actions, which began in Britain in June, are already increasing in frequency and daring. At first, protesters glued themselves to the frames of famous paintings, but since footage of activists splattering Vincent Van Gogh's “Sunflowers” with tomato soup spread rapidly on social media in October, masterpieces have been doused in pea soup, mashed potatoes and flour. 這些行動於6月在英國開始,如今已日益頻繁,愈來愈大膽。最初,抗議者將自己黏在名畫畫框上,但自從10月活動人士向梵谷《向日葵》潑灑番茄湯影片在社群媒體上迅速傳播以來,名作陸續被潑上豌豆湯、馬鈴薯泥以及麵粉。 Those works were all protected by glass, and the protesters' projectiles never touched an artist's brushstroke. Yet, last month, protesters in Paris poured orange paint directly onto a silver Charles Ray sculpture outside the Bourse de Commerce contemporary art space. (A Bourse de Commerce spokesperson said the sculpture was cleaned within a few hours.) 這些作品都有玻璃保護,抗議者的投擲物從未接觸到藝術家的畫作。然而,巴黎的抗議者上月將橘色油漆直接倒在商業交易所當代藝術空間外查爾斯.雷的銀色雕像上。(法國商業交易所一名發言人說,這座雕像在數小時內就被清理乾淨了。) In a statement last month signed by the leaders of more than 90 of the world's largest art institutions, museum administrators said they were “deeply shaken” by the protesters' “risky endangerment” of artworks. 在全球90多間最大藝術機構負責人上月簽署的一份聲明中,這些博物館管理人員表示,抗議者對藝術品的「危險危害」,令他們「深感震驚」。 Yet, few museums appear to have taken bold steps to protect their collections. Norway's National Museum and the Barberini Museum in Potsdam, Germany, have banned visitors from taking bags or jackets into their exhibition halls. Others have made no changes. 然而,似乎很少博物館採取大膽措施保護館藏。挪威國家博物館及德國波茨坦巴貝里尼博物館禁止遊客攜包包或夾克進入展覽廳,其他博物館則未做出任何改變。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6828062 Next Article Topic: Piet Mondrian artwork displayed upside down for 75 years An artwork by the abstract Dutch painter Piet Mondrian has been hanging upside down in various galleries for 75 years, an art historian has said. 一名藝術史家說,荷蘭抽象畫家皮特‧蒙德里安的一幅作品,75年來在多個不同藝廊都被上下顛倒掛反了。 Despite the recent discovery, the work, entitled New York City I, will continue to be displayed the wrong way up to avoid it being damaged. 不過,儘管這項最近的發現,這幅名為「紐約市1號」的作品,將繼續以上下顛倒的方式展出,以避免畫作被損毀。 It has hung at the art collection of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia in Düsseldorf since 1980. 這幅作品1980年起一直掛在杜塞道夫的北萊茵—西伐利亞邦藝術品收藏館。 Curator Susanne Meyer-Büser noticed the longstanding error when researching the museum's new show on the artist earlier this year, but warned it could disintegrate if it was hung the right side up now. 策展人蘇珊娜‧梅爾—布瑟今年稍早研究該館新推出的這名畫家展覽時,發現這個長期以來的錯誤,但她警告,如果現在用正確的方向掛,可能使這幅畫解體。 Next Article Topic: Manga artist falls for fake Mark Ruffalo, loses $500,000 漫畫家被假的馬克‧魯法洛迷倒,損失50萬美元 The latest work from veteran manga artist Chikae Ide follows her common theme of romance and relationships, but “Poison Love” is quite different than her previous pieces. (日本)資深漫畫家井出智香惠的最新力作,秉持其一貫的羅曼史與男女關係的主題,但(這部名為)「毒戀」(的漫畫)與其以往的作品大不相同。 First of all, it is based on a true story about a lovestruck woman in an international romance who gets swindled out of 75 million yen ($523,200). 首先,該作品是改編自真實故事,描述一名在跨國戀中被愛情沖昏頭的女子,被人騙走7500萬日幣(52萬3200美元)。 And secondly, the protagonists are Ide herself and a man she believed was Mark Ruffalo, the Hollywood actor who plays the Bruce Banner-Hulk character in the “Avengers” films. 其次,故事主人翁是井出本人,以及與一名她原以為是好萊塢男星馬克‧魯法洛的男子。魯法洛曾在「復仇者聯盟」系列電影中,扮演本名布鲁斯‧班纳的(漫威英雄)浩克。 Ide, 74, says she hopes her latest work, a confession of sorts, will help others avoid being scammed in online international romances. 74歲的井出說,希望她的最新力作或說告白,能協助其他人避免陷入國際網戀騙局。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1555570 ; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1555996 Powered by Firstory Hosting

BCG Henderson Institute
How to Stay Smart in a Smart World with Gerd Gigerenzer

BCG Henderson Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 27:17


In his latest book, How to Stay Smart in a Smart World: Why Human Intelligence Still Beats Algorithms, psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer examines how humans need to adapt in order to make the best use of new technologies like AI. Gerd Gigerenzer is director of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy at the University of Potsdam and director emeritus of the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition at the Max Planck Institute and is an expert on human decision making. Together with Martin Reeves, Chairman of BCG Henderson Institute, he discusses the uses and limits of AI, the cost-benefit of using technology, and how we can do to better equip ourselves as individuals and societies to deal with this. In particular, he argues that shaping the context for using AI or improving the skills of users may often yield greater returns than improving the technology itself. He proposes that using AI without doing either of these things can cause the atrophy of skills, create ambiguity around truthfulness, and foster unhealthy reliance. He proposes various practical strategies for making ourselves smarter in an increasingly algorithmic world. *** About the BCG Henderson Institute The BCG Henderson Institute is the Boston Consulting Group's think tank, dedicated to exploring and developing valuable new insights from business, technology, economics, and science by embracing the powerful technology of ideas. The Institute engages leaders in provocative discussion and experimentation to expand the boundaries of business theory and practice and to translate innovative ideas from within and beyond business. For more ideas and inspiration, sign up to receive BHI INSIGHTS, our monthly newsletter, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

The Blockchain Socialist
Socialist Tokens: There would be no taxes under socialism

The Blockchain Socialist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 65:05


For this interview I spoke to Dr. Phillipp Dapprich, a post doc at the University of Potsdam in political theory who did his doctors thesis on socialist central planning studying under Paul Cockshott. He recently published a paper titled Tokens make the world go round: socialist tokens as an alternative to money.During the interview we spoke about why socialists are interested in economic planning, his proposal for using non-exchanging socialist tokens to facilitate a socialist economy for consumer goods, and some potential technological implementations of it. We also discussed how Phillipp's proposal differs from labour vouchers and why there would be no taxes under socialism.If you liked the podcast be sure to give it a review on your preferred podcast platform. If you find content like this important consider donating to my Patreon starting at just $3 per month. It takes quite a lot of my time and resources so any amount helps. Follow me on Twitter (@TBSocialist) or Mastodon (@theblockchainsocialist@social.coop) and join the r/CryptoLeftists subreddit and Discord to join the discussion.Support the show

WSJ’s The Future of Everything
Algorithms Are Everywhere. How You Can Take Back Control

WSJ’s The Future of Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 21:15


Computer algorithms and artificial intelligence increasingly affect more and more of our lives, from the content we're shown online, to the music we enjoy, to how our household appliances work. But the results these algorithms produce may be changing our world in ways users may not fully understand. WSJ's Danny Lewis speaks with psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer, director of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy at the University of Potsdam. He's spent decades studying how people make choices and find patterns when faced with uncertainty, and has some ideas about how to navigate and improve the relationship between AI and our society. Further reading: The Backstory of ChatGPT Creator OpenAI  New York City Delays Enforcement of AI Bias Law  How AI That Powers Chatbots and Search Queries Could Discover New Drugs  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Manlihood ManCast
Morgan Elliott | Potty Town

Manlihood ManCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 57:26


Welcome to the Manlihood ManCast, the podcast for men, where we focus on personal development and explore the stories of men who are making an impact in the world. Today, we're honored to have with us Morgan Elliott, a filmmaker and Canton native, who is making his directorial debut with the new documentary Who is Morgan Elliott? Meet Morgan Elliott, the talented director behind the hit documentary film "Potty Town." Not only did this film reach the top 15 on the iTunes/Apple chart for documentaries in the U.S., but it is now available for streaming on Amazon Prime. In addition to his work on "Potty Town," Morgan has a wealth of experience in the film industry as a writer, editor, and cinematographer. He has also served as the DoP on several award-winning short films. "Potty Town" tells the story of one man's humorous and sometimes tumultuous journey as he battles small town government officials to preserve his artistic toilet creations and defend his first amendment rights. This quirky film is a must-see for anyone interested in a unique blend of comedy and social commentary. Morgan Elliott Background Morgan Elliott is a talented young filmmaker who has always had a passion for storytelling. He grew up in Canton, New York, and after studying film in college, he decided to pursue a career in the industry. He has worked on a variety of projects in the past, but "Potty Town" marks his first time in the director's chair. He's excited to share his vision with audiences everywhere, and we can't wait to see what he has in store for us. About Potty Town "Potty Town: Where Protest Meets Porcelain" is a new documentary that tells the story of Frederick J. "Hank" Robar Sr., and his 25-year-long dispute with the Northern New York town of Potsdam. The film recounts how Robar's first toilet garden was sown when he reportedly asked the town for a zoning change at one of his properties on Market Street. The request was denied due to traffic concerns, but the town approved a Dunkin' Donuts franchise to open just three blocks away. This led to the start of a porcelain protest that has now grown across six different properties, with the town making several attempts to uproot the flower-filled potties. The documentary explores the motivations behind Robar's decision to create the toilet gardens, and how they've evolved over time. Morgan Elliot's film also delves into the impact of the gardens on the local community and the relationship between the town and Robar. This film is a true story of protest and resilience that will have audiences captivated. More from Morgan Elliott and Potty Town Here are some links to find out more information about Morgan Elliott and Potty Town: Morgan Elliott Linked In | https://www.linkedin.com/in/modelliott/ Morgan Elliott on IMDB | https://www.imdb.com/name/nm9164926/ Potty Town Facebook Page | https://www.facebook.com/PottyTownDocumentary/ Potty Town on IMDB | https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12822978/ We would like to thank Morgan Elliott for joining us today, and we encourage you to watch "Potty Town" on Amazon Prime Video! Thank you for listening to the Manlihood ManCast, the podcast for men. Be sure to tune in next week for more great content on personal development and the stories of men who are making a difference in the world. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/manlihood/message

Connecting the Dots
4 Step Improvement Kata: Step 2 – Grasp the Current Condition with Mark Rosenthal

Connecting the Dots

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 32:24


Mark Rosenthal has been learning on the front lines of Lean implementation, quality improvement, and leader development in manufacturing, engineering design, service sector and health care for over 30 years. His experience includes working on lean and quality systems implementation in companies such as Boeing and Boeing suppliers, Genie Industries, Eastman Kodak and Terex at sites throughout North America, Asia and Europe. His baseline background and training experience was with Toyota-trained teachers in the USA and Japan.Since becoming a full-time independent consultant in 2011 he has worked with a wide spectrum of organizations ranging from strategic projects for major global corporations, coaching and training small and medium sized businesses down to coaching the owner of a small single-site retail business.He has a Bachelors from Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. Following school he spent 11 years as a Commissioned Officer in the US Army, managing heavy equipment maintenance and logistics operations, in Korea, the US, and Germany (as well as questionable activities such as jumping out of perfectly serviceable aircraft in flight) before joining the private sector.Mark is also a well-known blogger in the Lean industry with his “The Lean Thinker” website.Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release dateContact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.

The Admissions Club
36. An Interview with Dr. John Milne: The Importance of "Real World" Skills in a Student's Academic Pursuits

The Admissions Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 40:34


In this episode, I have the absolute pleasure of interviewing Dr. John Milne, Associate Professor of Engineering and Management at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. Dr. Milne highlights a variety of important considerations for students preparing for entry into technical majors as part of their college studies. Specifically, Dr. Milne discusses:What to consider when entering the field of Engineering and Management.The benefits of attending a small university in a small town.The "return on investment" students receive in higher education.The value of connecting theoretical concepts to real world problems.The need for learning to be concrete and immediately applicable for students.The intersection of technology and management skills.How students can best position themselves for success in the field of Engineering.The importance of writing and communication skills.The value of joining (and even creating!) clubs as part of the college experience.The Admissions Club Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things college admissions, complete with a nostalgic 80s playlist and Gen X vibes. It's hard to believe that we've traded in scrunchies and Bruce Springsteen posters for walking our kids through the college admissions process!  But, I'm here to share my 25 years of higher education experience, with 10 years of direct college admissions experience, with you and your student so you don't have to walk it alone. Connect with Elizabeth!WebsiteFacebookYouTubeLinkedIn

Medienmagazin | radioeins
Aus dem Besteckkasten (4) | Neujahrsgespräch Dr. Katrin Vernau | Gute Nacht, Freunde 2022

Medienmagazin | radioeins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 208:44


(00:00) INTRO: | (03:19) “Aus dem Besteckkasten” - Episode #4 | (14:40) Neujahrsgespräch mit rbb-Intendantin Dr. Katrin Vernau - Teil 1 | (32:09) Neujahrsgespräch mit rbb-Intendantin Dr. Katrin Vernau - Teil 2 | (41:47) Gute Nacht, Freunde - Die TV-Abgänge 2022 - Guido Meyer | (52:35) Bonus: 45. Öffentliche Hauptausschusssitzung des Brandenburger Landtags mit Dr. Katrin Vernau, Potsdam, 19.12.2022 || Jörg Wagner

Der BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Podcast
Paula Schramm - Mathe ist wirklich nicht mein Ding

Der BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 67:16


Paula Schramm im BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Hallo, ich bin Paula, 33, und ich war gerade beim Sport, Tschüssi. Solche lustigen Posts von Paula Schramm findet man regelmäßig in den sozialen Netzwerken und sofort wird klar: Das ist eine lustige, junge Frau! Tatsächlich hatte ich mit Paula, einer unserer besten deutschen Schauspielerinnen, einen sehr lustigen, kurzweiligen Talk. Geboren in Potsdam hat sie eine unglaubliche Geschichte zu erzählen: Ballettunterricht mit drei Jahren, erste Rolle mit sieben, als Kinderstar „Emely Busch“ in der KI-KA Serie "Schloss Einstein“ zu sehen, von Mitschülern gemobbt, Schulwechsel und seitdem Filme, Filme, Filme. Sie war "Lissi von Buren" in der Comedyserie "Doctor's Diary", hatte ihre erste große Kinohauptrolle in "Französisch für Anfänger", sammelte Hollywood Erfahrungen in "WHISTLEBLOWER" und lernte sogar Ukrainisch für diesen Streifen. In jeder Rolle ist sie glaubwürdig, als Prinzessin, Ärztin oder aktuell als Kriminalkommissarin Franziska „Franzi“ Berger, im Team „Soko Hamburg“. Den Rest ihrer Geschichte hört ihr am besten selbst. Es lohnt sich. Überall, wo es Podcasts gibt, unter BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk.

Cold War Conversations History Podcast
In conversation with 7 BRIXMIS veterans - Part 2 (270)

Cold War Conversations History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 64:16


Part 2, of a two part recording. Part 1 is here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode268In October of 2022, I was asked by the West Pennines Military Vehicle Trust to moderate a Q&A session with a number of BRIXMIS veterans.Attending were Drivers Neil Walton, Pete Curran,  Dave Collins and Kev Smith,  plus Sandy Saxton-Warne (Joint operations & weapons) , Mike Hill (Tour officer), Mike Corcoran (Weapons), and Dave Butler (Senior Non Commissioned Officer, Tourer).It was an amazing afternoon of reminiscing about their experiences and viewing the amazing collections they had from that time. My good friend Colin Dyter was a massive help with the recording, but a quick note that the audio is not up to the usual quality of Cold War Conversations, due to background noise, but I think the events and activities described definitely make it worth listening to.Cold War history is disappearing; however, a simple monthly donation will keep this podcast on the air. You'll become part of our community and get a sought-after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If a monthly contribution is not your cup of tea, We also welcome one-off donations via the same link.Episode notes here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode270Support the show Find the ideal gift for the Cold War enthusiast in your life! Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/store/Support the showSupport the project! https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/ Follow us on Twitter here https://twitter.com/ColdWarPodFacebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/Youtube https://youtube.com/@ColdWarConversations

Startup Insider
Deutschlands Unicorn-Anwärter • Kagan Sümer • Cyberangriff auf Potsdam • Deezer • Elon Musk • Home 24

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 15:20


Heute u.A. mit diesen Themen:Gründerszene präsentiert Liste an Unicorn-AnwärterGorillas-Gründer: Erstes Statement nach VerkaufCyberangriff auf Stadt PotsdamHacker stehlen 230 Millionen Datensätze von DeezerKlage gegen Twitter, weil Elon Musk keine Büromiete zahltFacebook-Whistleblowerin fordert Twitter-AlgorithmusAnhörung zur Activision-Übernahme durch MicrosoftFTX-CEO plädiert auf „nicht schuldig“China startet nationale NFT-Plattform

Quergelesen | Inforadio
"Das Wenige und das Wesentliche": Askese gegen Konsumwahn?

Quergelesen | Inforadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 24:54


John von Düffel beendet und beginnt das Jahr im Wasser. Der Schriftsteller und Dramaturg ist Schwimmer aus Leidenschaft und lebt in Potsdam. In seinem neuen Buch stellt er Fragen zum richtigen Leben. Wie kann das gelingen jenseits des Immer-mehr-Wollens - angesichts der Krisen unserer Zeit? Von Nadine Kreuzahler

通勤學英語
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K498: 博物館很難從遊客中找出破壞者

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 4:05


歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments 每日英語跟讀 Ep.K498: Art Museums Are Struggling to Weed Out the Vandals From the Visitors For Hans-Peter Wipplinger, the director of Vienna's Leopold Museum, the past few weeks have been challenging. As climate protesters across Europe stepped up their attacks against art, Wipplinger took measures to protect his storied collection, which includes famous paintings by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. Bags were banned; coats, too. The museum hired extra guards to patrol its five floors. 對維也納立奧波德博物館館長維普林格來說,過去幾周充滿挑戰。隨著歐洲各地氣候抗議者加大對藝術品的攻擊力道,維普林格採取措施保護他的著名收藏,包括克林姆和席勒的名畫。禁止包包,外套也是。博物館雇用額外警衛巡視五個樓層。 It didn't work. Last week, members of a group called Last Generation walked into the museum and threw black liquid at one of Klimt's major works, “Death and Life.” A protester had sneaked the liquid into the museum in a hot water bottle strapped to his chest, Wipplinger said. 但沒有成功,上周一個名為「最後一代」團體的成員走進博物館,向克林姆主要作品之一《死亡與生命》潑灑黑色液體。維普林格說,一名抗議者將這種液體裝在一個熱水瓶內偷偷帶進博物館。 The Klimt, protected by glass, was unharmed. But Wipplinger said his security team could only have stopped the attack by subjecting visitors to invasive body searches, “like at the airport.” He didn't want to even consider that prospect, he added. 受玻璃保護的克林姆作品雖毫髮無損,但維普林格說,他的保安團隊恐怕只能對訪客進行侵入式搜身 來阻止攻擊,「就像在機場一樣」。他還表示,他甚至不想考慮這一可能性。 With the attacks showing no sign of abating, museum directors across Europe are settling into a nervous new equilibrium, fearful for the works in their care but unwilling to compromise on making visitors feel welcome. So far, nothing has been permanently damaged. But many fear that an accident or an escalation in the protesters' tactics could result in a masterpiece being destroyed. 由於攻擊沒有減弱跡象,歐洲各地博物館館長正陷入一種緊張的新平衡狀態,擔心自己照顧的作品受到損害,但又不願在讓訪客感覺賓至如歸的問題上妥協。到目前為止,還沒有任何永久性的損壞,但許多人擔心,若發生意外或抗議者升級策略,恐導致名作被毀。 The actions, which began in Britain in June, are already increasing in frequency and daring. At first, protesters glued themselves to the frames of famous paintings, but since footage of activists splattering Vincent Van Gogh's “Sunflowers” with tomato soup spread rapidly on social media in October, masterpieces have been doused in pea soup, mashed potatoes and flour. 這些行動於6月在英國開始,如今已日益頻繁,愈來愈大膽。最初,抗議者將自己黏在名畫畫框上,但自從10月活動人士向梵谷《向日葵》潑灑番茄湯影片在社群媒體上迅速傳播以來,名作陸續被潑上豌豆湯、馬鈴薯泥以及麵粉。 Those works were all protected by glass, and the protesters' projectiles never touched an artist's brushstroke. Yet, last month, protesters in Paris poured orange paint directly onto a silver Charles Ray sculpture outside the Bourse de Commerce contemporary art space. (A Bourse de Commerce spokesperson said the sculpture was cleaned within a few hours.) 這些作品都有玻璃保護,抗議者的投擲物從未接觸到藝術家的畫作。然而,巴黎的抗議者上月將橘色油漆直接倒在商業交易所當代藝術空間外查爾斯.雷的銀色雕像上。(法國商業交易所一名發言人說,這座雕像在數小時內就被清理乾淨了。) In a statement last month signed by the leaders of more than 90 of the world's largest art institutions, museum administrators said they were “deeply shaken” by the protesters' “risky endangerment” of artworks. 在全球90多間最大藝術機構負責人上月簽署的一份聲明中,這些博物館管理人員表示,抗議者對藝術品的「危險危害」,令他們「深感震驚」。 Yet, few museums appear to have taken bold steps to protect their collections. Norway's National Museum and the Barberini Museum in Potsdam, Germany, have banned visitors from taking bags or jackets into their exhibition halls. Others have made no changes. 然而,似乎很少博物館採取大膽措施保護館藏。挪威國家博物館及德國波茨坦巴貝里尼博物館禁止遊客攜包包或夾克進入展覽廳,其他博物館則未做出任何改變。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6828062 Powered by Firstory Hosting

The Opperman Report
Justice For Terron Evans Jr

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 54:16


Justice For Terron Evans Jr Garrett Phillips and Treyanna Summerville all of St Lawrence CountyThis is my son Terron Evans Jr Garrett Phillips and Treyanna Summerville in the photo above. An informant named Crystal Hamilton Kipp for the Potsdam NY Police claimed that my son Terron Evans Jr committed suicide in her home on January 8/21 by taking 2 bottles of Wellbutrin pills.His autopsy showed no pills in his stomach, no signs of throwing up and no residue in or around his mouth but his toxicology results said a lethal dose of Wellbutrin. She has given different stories and many people were interviewed.Through my FOIL request to the Potsdam Police I only received a redacted 2minutes and 34 second body cam video.There were two Potsdam Police Officers at the scene for over 20 minutes.The officer whose redacted body cam video I recieved resigned less than 3 weeks after I called internal affairs in June 2021. The Chief Assistant District Attorney resigned on the day Terron died.A second Potsdam Police officer is resigning next month.Since November 2019 I have been fighting for the justice of Garrett Phillips(please watch Who Killed Garrett P an HBO Documentary) a young boy murdered in Potsdam and for Nick Hillary, the man framed and almost 5 years later found not guilty by the judge. I have also been fighting for the justice of Treyanna Summerville another high profile murder in which an 18 year old was killed by her mother in the summer of 2020, but her 13 year old sister was charged.There are many secrets within many departments in St Lawrence County that need to be exposed.Plesas help. On June 1/2020 I began BLM Potsdam NY.Shortly after my son Terron moved to Potsdam NY.From the time he got there he protested with me.Up until September the police would help with the marches.In September everything stopped as far as the police helping any more.In September Terron met this woman and began a relationship with her.They saw each other off and on until his death.In September he told me about meeting her.When they broke up around November he told me of her use and sales of drugs to law enforcement and others in positions of power.He also stated that she was crazy and threatened to kill him.Unfortunatly neither of us took the threat seriously.I believe my son was killed and did not commit suicide in this woman's house.Please help.There is alot of things that I am entitled to through my FOIL Request that is being withheld from me including a supposed suicide note on Facebook,which its obvious the page was a fake.When I first saw the page after Terron died it said 1 friend request which was Crystal Kipp but shortly after it said 1 friend Crystal Kipp.There is so much more to this.I need an independent investigation and a second autopsy if possible.Why is this important?Terron's life mattered. Our family deserves justice just as many other families do in St Lawrence County.I remember the words of the Potsdam police chief in October 2020 when he said "it's not like we shoot people here". Terron Evans Jr, Garrett Phillips and Treyanna Summerville's deaths all need independent investigations.

The Opperman Report
Justice For Terron Evans Jr

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 54:16


Justice For Terron Evans Jr Garrett Phillips and Treyanna Summerville all of St Lawrence CountyThis is my son Terron Evans Jr Garrett Phillips and Treyanna Summerville in the photo above. An informant named Crystal Hamilton Kipp for the Potsdam NY Police claimed that my son Terron Evans Jr committed suicide in her home on January 8/21 by taking 2 bottles of Wellbutrin pills.His autopsy showed no pills in his stomach, no signs of throwing up and no residue in or around his mouth but his toxicology results said a lethal dose of Wellbutrin. She has given different stories and many people were interviewed.Through my FOIL request to the Potsdam Police I only received a redacted 2minutes and 34 second body cam video.There were two Potsdam Police Officers at the scene for over 20 minutes.The officer whose redacted body cam video I recieved resigned less than 3 weeks after I called internal affairs in June 2021. The Chief Assistant District Attorney resigned on the day Terron died.A second Potsdam Police officer is resigning next month.Since November 2019 I have been fighting for the justice of Garrett Phillips(please watch Who Killed Garrett P an HBO Documentary) a young boy murdered in Potsdam and for Nick Hillary, the man framed and almost 5 years later found not guilty by the judge. I have also been fighting for the justice of Treyanna Summerville another high profile murder in which an 18 year old was killed by her mother in the summer of 2020, but her 13 year old sister was charged.There are many secrets within many departments in St Lawrence County that need to be exposed.Plesas help. On June 1/2020 I began BLM Potsdam NY.Shortly after my son Terron moved to Potsdam NY.From the time he got there he protested with me.Up until September the police would help with the marches.In September everything stopped as far as the police helping any more.In September Terron met this woman and began a relationship with her.They saw each other off and on until his death.In September he told me about meeting her.When they broke up around November he told me of her use and sales of drugs to law enforcement and others in positions of power.He also stated that she was crazy and threatened to kill him.Unfortunatly neither of us took the threat seriously.I believe my son was killed and did not commit suicide in this woman's house.Please help.There is alot of things that I am entitled to through my FOIL Request that is being withheld from me including a supposed suicide note on Facebook,which its obvious the page was a fake.When I first saw the page after Terron died it said 1 friend request which was Crystal Kipp but shortly after it said 1 friend Crystal Kipp.There is so much more to this.I need an independent investigation and a second autopsy if possible.Why is this important?Terron's life mattered. Our family deserves justice just as many other families do in St Lawrence County.I remember the words of the Potsdam police chief in October 2020 when he said "it's not like we shoot people here". Terron Evans Jr, Garrett Phillips and Treyanna Summerville's deaths all need independent investigations.

Project ETO
Which type of Protest Works Best for Climate Change ? | Environmental

Project ETO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 9:25


Hey Identifier, https://www.npr.org/2022/10/26/1131377513/museum-protests-famous-artworks-history #climatechange #enviromentalprotest #best Protesters were arrested over the weekend after throwing mashed potatoes on a Claude Monet painting hanging in a German museum, the latest recent example of activists defacing (albeit briefly) famous artworks in order to draw attention to the existential threat posed by climate change. The Barberini Museum in Potsdam said on Sunday that the painting itself — Grainstacks, which dates back to 1890 and is valued at $110 million — was protected by sealed glass and remains unharmed, though the 19th-century gold frame was damaged. Leave us a Voice Mail or Support https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support Sub to the channel here https://www.twitch.tv/theidentitybooth Donate https://streamlabs.com/projecteto/tip The Goal: Try to Identify with you as you try to identify with me. Find Heero here: https://linktr.ee/the_identity_Booth outro Hey Baby (Produced By Melv) Take Care --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support

Wissenswerte | Inforadio
Kunstprojekt: Die Klänge des tauenden Permafrostes

Wissenswerte | Inforadio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 3:46


Seit mehr als 20 Jahren untersuchen Forschende vom Alfred-Wegener-Institut in Potsdam den Permafrostboden in der Arktis. Durch immer mildere Winter taut dieser Boden auf, setzt Treibhausgase frei und verändert ganze Landschaften. Zwei Künstler haben diese Prozesse jetzt in einem Kunstprojekt hörbar gemacht - Maren Schibilsky hat zugehört.

PFLEGE ambulant: leichter beraten – verkaufen - führen
Drei Impulse zum Jahresausklang 2022

PFLEGE ambulant: leichter beraten – verkaufen - führen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 23:59


PA167: Und wenn Du das Gefühl hast, dass alles auseinander zu fallen scheint, bleibe ganz ruhig. Es sortiert sich nur neu! https://chc-team.com/pa167 Darum geht es in der Podcast-Folge Wie immer in dieser für mich magischen Zeit, zwischen den Jahren, gibt es in dieser Podcast-Folge etwas Nachdenkliches, Zuversichtliches oder etwas, was Dir ein Lächeln ins Gesicht zaubern soll. Zuerst einmal wünsche ich Dir, dass Du ganz schöne Weihnachtstage erlebt hast und viele Glücksmomente genießen durftest. Im Kreis Deiner Lieben, alleine oder im Dienst. Und für das neue Jahr wünsche ich Dir, dass Du, neben all dem Schrecklichen um uns herum, Dir den achtsamen Blick für das Schöne in Deinem Leben behältst.

NCPR's Story of the Day
12/29/22: Reviving Rotary

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 8:26


(Dec 29, 2022) Rotary and other service-oriented clubs are struggling to recruit new and younger members. A Rotarian in Potsdam is on a quest to keep the civic tradition alive. Also: The 16-cent per gallon gas tax holiday is going to expire at the end of the year.

Upgrade Hospitality - der Reise Podcast für Hotellerie und Tourismus
#80 Podcast: Zermatt - eine Hörfunk Reise mit dem Radio Potsdam Reisefieber

Upgrade Hospitality - der Reise Podcast für Hotellerie und Tourismus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 34:58


In dieser Episode (der letzten des Jahres 2022) reise ich nach Zermatt im Wallis in der Schweiz. Es geht um eine coole Frau, die nicht an den Herd oder in den Stall wollte, und stattdessen das Matterhorn bestiegen hat (als erste Frau weltweit) - und zwar im Flanellrock, um dann oben auf dem Gipfel ein Glas Champagner zu trinken. Es geht um weitere Bergsteiger, die den meist fotografierten Berg der Welt erklommen haben, aber auch um die Geschichte und ein paar Eigenarten Zermatts. Und natürlich stellen wir auch wieder ein Hotel vor Ort vor, diesmal das schöne Best Western Hotel Butterfly ganz zentral und doch total ruhig gelegen. Das und mehr ist hier im Mitschnitt meiner Radio Potsdam Reisefieber Sendung zu hören. Am Studio-Mikrofon in Potsdam ist wie fast immer Jule Sönnichsen. Mein Name ist Peter von Stamm und ich wünsche viel Spaß beim Zuhören! Und wenn auch Sie im Radio oder hier im Upgrade Hospitality Podcast zu Wort kommen wollen, dann schreiben Sie mir gerne eine E-Mail an info@petervonstamm.de Ich freue mich auf Ihre Nachricht! Bis dahin wünsche ich viel Spaß beim Reisen und Speisen, passen Sie auf sich auf und bleiben Sie gesund Ihr/Euer Peter von Stamm

Cold War Conversations History Podcast
In conversation with 7 BRIXMIS veterans - Part 1 (268)

Cold War Conversations History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 62:52


In October of 2022, I was asked by the West Pennines Military Vehicle Trust to moderate a Q&A session with a number of BRIXMIS veterans.Part 2 is here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode270Attending were Drivers Neil Walton, Pete Curran,  Dave Collins and Kev Smith,  plus Sandy Saxton-Warne (Joint operations & weapons) , Mike Hill (Tour officer), Mike Corcoran (Weapons), and Dave Butler (Senior Non Commissioned Officer, Tourer). It was an amazing afternoon of reminiscing about their experiences and viewing the amazing collections they had from that time. Don't miss part 2 which follows next week. My good friend Colin Dyter was a massive help with the recording, but a quick note that the audio is not up to the usual quality of Cold War Conversations, due to background noise, but I think the events and activities described definitely make it worth listening to.Cold War history is disappearing; however, a simple monthly donation will keep this podcast on the air. You'll become part of our community and get a sought-after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If a monthly contribution is not your cup of tea, We also welcome one-off donations via the same link.Episode notes herehttps://coldwarconversations.com/episode268Find the ideal gift for the Cold War enthusiast in your life! Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/store/Support the showSupport the project! https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/ Follow us on Twitter here https://twitter.com/ColdWarPodFacebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/Youtube https://youtube.com/@ColdWarConversations

German Football League – meinsportpodcast.de
"RB-Tausch zwischen Ligen - Adams back in Potsdam - Parjaninen nach Wien - Wohin geht Sean Payton?" - GFL/ELF und NFL-News der Woche

German Football League – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 51:20


Wir freuen uns über euer Feedback auf sämtlichen Kanälen! Footballquark - viel Inhalt, wenig Masse ein Podcast von Torben Dill und Phillip Forstner Liked, Teilt und hört die Inhalte auf unseren Kanälen. Folgt uns gern auf Twitter, Instagram oder Twitch: Twitter: https://twitter.com/footballquark Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/footballquark/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/footballquark Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Veil of Sound Interviews
Interview #56 - Sunflo'er

Veil of Sound Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 57:04


So, day three already. After the great and mighty Jarboe and Alcest, we now want to give some of you the chance to maybe discover a new band you might not have been giving attention by now: Sunflo'er from Potsdam in Upstate New York. Their latest album all these darlings and now me is bursting of energy and brimful with mighty, clever ideas and twists and turns that show a modern Hardcore band aiming for the sky. Enjoy our video-chat with the whole band! I did not know too much about Sunflo'er before this interview and me preparing for it. But listening through their discography and especially their latest album, I was not surprised because the label through which the four guys are releasing their music usually never fails in their roster-choices: Dark Trail Records . And they do not disappoint this time around either. Sunflo'er has made a giant leap and maybe released the modern American Hardcore album of 2022 next to Soul Glo and The Callous Daoboys. Therefore we talk about the record and the songwriting process behind it, but also about Wes Craven and why one of them has a box of Corn Dogs in his fridge! Enjoy!

FSR Energy & Climate
Laima Eicke of Harvard and IASS on global renewable hydrogen value chains

FSR Energy & Climate

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 18:43


Laima Eicke is an Associate and former Research Fellow at Harvard's Belfer Center. Her research focuses on the decarbonisation pathways of countries worldwide, value chains of renewable energy technologies, and how both affect geopolitics. At the Belfer Center, Laima specifically focuses on green hydrogen. Laima is also a Research Associate at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) in Potsdam. She also gained work experience at the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ), the Germany Ministry for International Affairs, two NGOs and in consultancy. Laima is a passionate observer and youth advocate in international climate negotiations

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast
“Humor als Distanzwaffe"

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 35:37


Im Interview: Jan Fleischhauer, Mitglied der Focus-Chefredaktion, bespricht mit Gabor Steingart die Aufreger des Jahres und zieht sein persönliches Fazit mit Blick auf 2022. Trotz Ukraine-Krieg und Menschenrechtsverletzungen: 2022 war ein gutes Jahr für die liberale Demokratie. Im Kurzinterview: Dr. Margit Inacker, Hausärztin aus Potsdam, spricht mit Gabor Steingart über die Knappheit von Arzneimitteln in Deutschland. Börsenreporterin Anne Schwedt von der Wall Street kennt neue Immobilien-Zahlen in den USA und weiß, wie es um die Halbleiterindustrie steht. Chaos in Berlin: Stadt muss Geldstrafe an Bordellbetreiber zahlen. Weihnachtswunder: Eine Frau in Kentucky zieht ein goldenes Los beim Wichteln.

Welt der Physik - heute schon geforscht?
Folge 340 – Exoplaneten

Welt der Physik - heute schon geforscht?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 15:57


Was bisher über Planeten außerhalb unseres Sonnensystems bekannt ist und wie sich mehr über diese fernen Welten herausfinden lässt, berichtet Katja Poppenhäger von der Universität Potsdam und dem Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam in dieser Folge.

FM4 Interview Podcast
FM4 Interview mit Wanda live in Potsdam

FM4 Interview Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 8:38


Wanda haben ein Konzert gespielt und es war großartig! Die Show in Potsdam in Deutschland war der Auftakt zur aktuellen Tour der Wiener Rockband. Es gab viel Applaus und viel Amore – von der Band und auch vom Publikum. Wir haben live im Radio und via Video-Stream übertragen. Beide Mitschnitte findet ihr auf FM4.ORF.AT. Christian Lehner hat Sänger Marco Wanda und Bassist Reinhold „Ray“ Weber kurz vor Beginn des Konzerts in Potsdam zum großen Tour-Interview getroffen.

SWR2 Geld, Markt, Meinung
Hilfe! Wie komme ich an meinen Gas-Abschlag im Dezember?

SWR2 Geld, Markt, Meinung

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 24:57


Im nächsten Monat zahlt der Staat die Gasrechnung. Aber wie funktioniert diese Dezemberhilfe? Je nachdem, ob man Mieter ist oder im eigenen Haus wohnt, ob man bereits eine Erhöhung bekommen habt oder nicht - jeder Fall ist anders. Michael Herr und SWR-Energieexperte Michael Wegmer erklären in dieser Sonderfolge GMM, in welchen Fällen eigenes Handeln notwendig ist und wann das Geld automatisch zurückgezahlt wird. Außerdem gehen sie der Frage nach, warum in Deutschland alle Regelungen immer so kompliziert sind. Sie sprechen dazu mit Sabine Kuhlmann, Professorin für Politikwissenschaft an der Universität Potsdam und stellvertretende Vorsitzende des Nationalen Normenkontrollrates der Bundesregierung. Moderation: Michael Herr/ Redaktion: Sabrina Fritz

What the Dev?
Escaping bias in algorithmic systems - 186

What the Dev?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 15:47


In this week's episode of the SD Times "What the Dev?" podcast, editor-in-chief David Rubinstein discusses bias creep in algorithmic systems and a recently released statement for responsible algorithmic systems.  Ricardo Baeza-Yates is director of research at the AI Institute at Northeastern University's Palo Alto, Calif., campus. Jeanna Matthews is a professor at Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.,Y., who works with the ACM's Technology Policy Council. They are co-authors of the report.

NCPR's Story of the Day
11/15/22: The World University Games will be here soon

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 9:17


(Nov 15, 2022) The North Country is getting ready to welcome thousands of athletes from around the world for the World University Games in January. Major events are planned well beyond the winter sports mecca of Lake Placid, to Plattsburgh, Potsdam, and Canton. Also: The head of the state Democratic party is facing calls to step down in the wake of the election's 'red wave' in New York.

Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast
407. MAKING THE MOST OF COLLEGE SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 26:06


Most new college students say they don't want a reprise of high school, but rather a brand new world of educational immersion and independent living. So why are so many teens not only unprepared for exactly that but unable to locate the resources put in place for their benefit? Amy and Mike invited educator Perry LaRoque to share strategies for making the most of college support systems. What are five things you will learn in this episode? In what critical way does life at college differ from the high school experience? What kind of support resources do colleges typically offer? How often are existing resources utilized? What types of students should seek out or create support systems? How can we help students advocate more effectively for support? MEET OUR GUEST Dr. Perry LaRoque is the founder and president of Mansfield Hall, an innovative residential college support program for diverse learners. He earned his doctorate in special education from the University of Wisconsin and has served in a variety of leadership roles serving at-risk youth and people with disabilities. Before returning for his doctoral work, Dr. LaRoque worked in an assisted-living care facility for adults with intellectual disabilities and taught special education in several public schools. Upon returning for his doctoral studies, he continued his service in the field and served as a teacher and mental health specialist in a children's residential psychiatric program at Meriter Hospital in Madison, WI. Dr. LaRoque is also the co-founder of the College STEPS Program, a non-profit with a mission of providing post-secondary education to students with developmental disabilities in various locations across the East Coast. Dr. LaRoque has served as an Adjunct Professor at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and University of New Hampshire and as an Assistant Professor at the State University of New York at Potsdam. He is published in several major education journals for his work on educating students with disabilities and has presented at numerous national and international conferences. Dr. LaRoque also served on the Vermont Special Education Advisory Council, which is an appointed position by the Governor. Most recently, he was an Associate Professor and the Special Education Program Director at Johnson State College in Vermont, where he was instrumental in creating the first dual-certification Elementary Education program in Vermont and also started the Think College Program at Johnson State College. For more information on Perry, please visit: https://perrylaroque.com/  LINKS Taking Flight: The Guide to College for Diverse Learners and Non-Traditional Students College Autism Network RELATED EPISODES HELPING STUDENTS PREPARE FOR THE DEMANDS OF COLLEGE  TRANSITIONING YOUR IEP OR 504 PLAN TO COLLEGE INCREASED COLLEGE COSTS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you're interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.  

Kurzpass - Interessantes aus der Welt des Fußballs
#7: Zeitreise in Frankfurt + Fabienne Dongus

Kurzpass - Interessantes aus der Welt des Fußballs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 92:37


Die SGE trifft auf eine frühere Version ihrer selbst, Potsdam dagegen wäre gerne genau das. Martin Piller und Helene Altgelt analysieren den Spieltag, dazu interviewen wir Fabienne Dongus von der TSG aus Hoffenheim.

The Art Engager
How to talk about climate activist protests in art museums

The Art Engager

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 18:19


Today's episode follows on from a popular post I wrote on social media recently about how to talk about the recent climate activist protests in art museums with your participants. I wanted to take the opportunity to explore the subject in a bit more detail here. Art has been hitting the headlines recently with numerous climate activist protests targeting famous paintings in museums - from Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers' in the National Gallery in London, to Monet's 'Grainstacks' in Potsdam and Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' in the Mauritshuis in The Hague.Now, whatever your views about these attacks - and I'm acknowledging here that there are very passionate views on all sides - as educators, how we respond is equally important. Whether you're working with groups in the museum or with students in a classroom, people will mention recent events and will want to talk about it. They may even ask you for your opinionsSo, in today's episode we'll explore how these events are an opportunity to engage in perspective-taking and discussion with visitors, rather than voicing our own opinions. It means listening to a range of perspectives and keeping an open mind, creating discussion with visitors and inviting them to explore and even understand the different perspectives involved. But, importantly, you have to feel comfortable creating conversations about contentious issues such as these and know that you will be able to facilitate objectively. So, first I'll talk about the kinds of discussions you could facilitate around this subject and will share a range of thinking routines and questions that you can use to create conversations. And secondly, I'll take you through a super-useful exercise that will help you to get to know yourself and your feelings better - this is an exercise that will ultimately help you to facilitate subjects around all kinds of sensitive and contentious topics.There are lots of resources associated with today's episode too, including a free PDF summary sheet - and I've shared all the helpful links below. LINKSDownload the summary sheet of today's episode - Resources for talking about contentious issues (free PDF) 6 thinking routines for perspective-taking (free PDF) Episode 11 Step Inside: Thinking Routines to Foster Perspective-TakingEpisode 43 Tips for facilitating meaningful discussions around sensitive subjectsSupport the ShowJoin the Slow Looking Club Community on FacebookMy Friday newsletter

Eine Stunde History  - Deutschlandfunk Nova
Erich Mielke und die Stasi - Podiumsdiskussion

Eine Stunde History - Deutschlandfunk Nova

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 58:21


Am 20. Oktober 2022 war "Eine Stunde History" zu einer Live-Aufzeichnung in der Universität Gießen. Es ging um Erich Mielke und die Stasi in der ehemaligen DDR. Markus Dichmann hat die anschließende Podiumsdiskussion mit Helmut Müller-Enbergs, Berliner Verfassungsschützer, Jens Gieseke, Stasi-Experte vom Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung in Potsdam sowie Grit Eggerichs und Matthias von Hellfeld aus dem History-Team moderiert. **********Ihr könnt uns auch auf diesen Kanälen folgen: Tiktok und Instagram.

24 Mattino
La giornata in 24 minuti del 25 ottobre

24 Mattino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022


L'apertura di giornata, con le notizie e le voci dei protagonisti. Due attivisti di 'Last Generation', gruppo di protesta per il cambiamento climatico, hanno imbrattato un olio di Monet al Museo Barberini di Potsdam, in Germania, lanciandogli contro purè di patate. Ne parliamo con Alessandro Berti, attivista Extinction Rebellion.

Hörbar Rust | radioeins
Keimzeit - Kling Klang Judy Weiss - Ach, lieber Gott Udo Lindenberg - Hinterm Horizont Rosenstolz - Lachen Karussell - Als ich fortging Annett Louisan - Dein Ding Whitney Houston - I will always love you ABBA - Our last Summer

Hörbar Rust | radioeins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 81:01


Während nicht erst seit Social Media mindestens die halbe Welt versucht, niedlich, lieblich und auch hübsch zu sein, wurde es unserem heutigen Gast quasi in die Wiege gelegt und als Schauspielerin musste sie eine ganze Weile dagegen anarbeiten, um als mehr gesehen zu werden. Das dauerte anfangs ein bißchen, aber als der Knoten dann platzte, öffnete sich für die 1970 in Potsdam zur Welt gekommene Anja Kling ein ganzer Fächer möglicher Charaktere, die man ihr antrug. Ob als Weltherrscherin oder Burn-Out-Betroffene, ob Kino oder Fernsehen, ob ernst oder improvisiert-komisch wie in der Impro-Serie "Das Begräbnis". Frau Kling behauptet sich erfolgreich in ihrem Metier, schreibt nebenbei Bücher, lacht viel und gern und rettet den ein oder anderen Vogel. Mal sehen, was sie für Musik hört. Playlist zur Sendung: Keimzeit - Kling Klang Judy Weiss - Ach, lieber Gott Udo Lindenberg - Hinterm Horizont Rosenstolz - Lachen Karussell - Als ich fortging Annett Louisan - Dein Ding Whitney Houston - I will always love you ABBA - Our last Summer | Diese Podcast-Episode steht unter der Creative Commons Lizenz CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.

NCPR's Story of the Day
10/21/22: Fiddle tunes that tell the stories of local folk artists

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 9:04


(Oct 21, 2022) Fiddler Gretchen Koehler of Potsdam interviewed and observed North Country folk artists as they worked. Then she wrote songs about them, which she'll perform alongside the artists Saturday in Heuvelton. Also: Rep. Elise Stefanik posed and smiled in front of a sign that directs a derogatory word at President Joe Biden.

ETDPODCAST
Nr. 3601 Umfrage sieht AfD in Brandenburg vor der SPD

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 1:55


Jüngsten Umfragen zufolge ist die AfD in Brandenburg auf dem Weg stärkste Kraft zu werden. Würde diesen Sonntag der Landtag in Potsdam gewählt, käme die AfD auf 25 Prozent. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times

Killer Queens: A True Crime Podcast
238: The Murder of Garrett Phillips (Part 2)

Killer Queens: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 82:56


On a rainy October afternoon in the small town of Potsdam, New York, a young woman called 911 to tell them that she heard some odd noises coming from the apartment across from hers. The noises sounded like a child in danger. When an officer finally arrived, he heard footsteps inside and the sound of the door's lock clicking when he knocked. When he finally gained access, the officer found 12-year-old Garrett Phillips pulseless. He began CPR and Garrett was transported quickly to the hospital, but he ultimately died. The only evidence left behind was a bent window screen and a few fingerprints. Investigators immediately focused their attention on the victim's mother's ex-boyfriend, Nick Hillary, and he became an outcast, despite no physical evidence of his involvement. Were police targeting him because of his race and pushing another prime suspect aside because he was, GET THIS, another police officer? Or was the investigator's tunnel vision being exagerrated and Nick Hillary really was responsible for the savage murder of a little boy? TRIGGER WARNINGS: murder of a child, racism, police misconduct  Hang with us: Follow Us on Instagram Like Us on Facebook Join our Case Discussion Group on Facebook Get Killer Queens Merch Bonus Episodes Support Our AMAZING Sponsors: TTTTY: Get to know us better with our T to the Fourth Power Y's (Some time to talk to you) on our patreon at the $10 level at patreon.com/killerqueenspod OG Episodes Promo - Want access to our first 45 episodes? Grab em here! We've made them available for free to anyone who signs up! Remember, these episodes were recorded when we had no idea what we were doing, so just keep that in mind. The audio isn't the quality we would want to put out now, but the cases are on point! Visit killerqueens.link/og to download and binge all the archived episodes today! Miss KB: Wanna know why we call our Dad “Miss KB?” Be sure to head to killerqueens.link/misskb to grab this audio for free! Prose: Take your FREE in-depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order today! Go to Prose.com/queens. © 2022 Killer Queens Podcast. All Rights Reserved Audio Production by Wayfare Recording Music provided by Steven Tobi Logo designed by Sloane Williams of The Sophisticated Crayon

Poetry Unbound
Hinemoana Baker — if i had to sing

Poetry Unbound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 14:25


In the aftermath of disaster, how do you sing a song to mark what's gone, and praise what's growing? Hinemoana Baker is a writer and musician living in Berlin, Germany. Baker descends from the Ngāi Tahu tribe in the South Island of New Zealand and from Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Toa, and Te Āti Awa in the North Island. Baker is the author of several books of poetry including mātuhi | needle (Victoria University Press and Percival Press 2004), kōiwi kōiwi | bone bone (Victoria University Press 2010), and funkhaus (Victoria University Press 2020). She is currently completing a PhD at the University of Potsdam with the research training group RTG Minor Cosmopolitanisms.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.We're pleased to offer Hinemoana Baker's poem, and invite you to connect with Poetry Unbound throughout this season.Pre-order the forthcoming book Poetry Unbound: 50 Poems to Open Your World and join us in our new conversational space on Substack.

kicker News
kicker News vom 9.10.2022, 11:30 Uhr

kicker News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 1:56


Leipzig holt vereinslosen Nyland zurück in die Bundesliga, Regel-Chaos in Suzuka - Verstappen ist Weltmeister, Schwäbisch Hall gewinnt GFL-Finale gegen Potsdam, Siegesserie deutscher Triathleten beim Ironman Hawaii reißt

The Admissions Club
21. You've Got A Friend - What You Should Know About Student Support When Choosing a College

The Admissions Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 28:57


When choosing a college, there are so many things to consider from price to location to the programs offered. It's overwhelming to say the least. Student support is a key facet of the college experience that is often overlooked when applying and choosing a future university, but it may be the most important element driving student success in college. In this episode, Elizabeth talks with student support advisor, Adrienne Boswell, about what to look for when examining student support services at a university. Tune in for more information on the best ways to evaluate student support services as well as a discussion on key habits students should be developing during their high school career. Adrienne Boswell is a student support advisor in the Engineering and Management Program at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York. Connect with Adrienne: LinkedIn3 key things to consider when examining student support services:Program level and career advising: What is already in place to guide students in their chosen majors and help them graduate in 4 years? How does the university help students begin their future careers- think job fairs, what business relationships have they fostered?Student Success Centers: Where can students get 1:1 help to improve their writing skills? Study skills? Time management skills? Mental Health Services: The pandemic has shown us the importance of mental health. What services does your future college have to support students going through difficult transitions? Ask a current student if they have sought out help and their experience doing that.The Admissions Club Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things college admissions, complete with a nostalgic 80s playlist and Gen X vibes. It's hard to believe that we've traded in scrunchies and Bruce Springsteen posters for walking our kids through the college admissions process!  But, I'm here to share my 25 years of higher education experience, with 10 years of direct college admissions experience, with you and your student so you don't have to walk it alone.Connect with Elizabeth!WebsiteFacebookYouTubeLinkedIn

Killer Queens: A True Crime Podcast
237: The Murder of Garrett Phillips (Part 1)

Killer Queens: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 89:14


On a rainy October afternoon in the small town of Potsdam, New York, a young woman called 911 to tell them that she heard some odd noises coming from the apartment across from hers. The noises sounded like a child in danger. When an officer finally arrived, he heard footsteps inside and the sound of the door's lock clicking when he knocked. When he finally gained access, the officer found 12-year-old Garrett Phillips pulseless. He began CPR and Garrett was transported quickly to the hospital, but he ultimately died. The only evidence left behind was a bent window screen and a few fingerprints. Investigators immediately focused their attention on the victim's mother's ex-boyfriend, Nick Hillary, and he became an outcast, despite no physical evidence of his involvement. Were police targeting him because of his race and pushing another prime suspect aside because he was, GET THIS, another police officer? Or was the investigator's tunnel vision being exagerrated and Nick Hillary really was responsible for the savage murder of a little boy? TRIGGER WARNINGS: murder of a child, racism, police misconduct  Hang with us: Follow Us on Instagram Like Us on Facebook Join our Case Discussion Group on Facebook Get Killer Queens Merch Bonus Episodes Support Our AMAZING Sponsors: Simplisafe: Customize the perfect system for your home in just a few minutes at SIMPLISAFE.com/killerqueens. Go today and claim a free indoor security camera plus 20% off with Interactive Monitoring. Miss KB: Wanna know why we call our Dad “Miss KB?” Be sure to head to killerqueens.link/misskb to grab this audio for free! OG Episodes Promo - Want access to our first 45 episodes? Grab em here! We've made them available for free to anyone who signs up! Remember, these episodes were recorded when we had no idea what we were doing, so just keep that in mind. The audio isn't the quality we would want to put out now, but the cases are on point! Visit killerqueens.link/ogto download and binge all the archived episodes today! June's Journey: Find your inner detective -- Download June's Journey today! Available on Android and iOS mobile devices, as well as on PC through Facebook Games. © 2022 Killer Queens Podcast. All Rights Reserved Audio Production by Wayfare Recording Music provided by Steven Tobi Logo designed by Sloane Williams of The Sophisticated Crayon

Kurzpass - Interessantes aus der Welt des Fußballs

In einem epischen Duell besiegt Köln Potsdam, eine Wolfsburgerin glänzt und Bayern gibt vor allem im Kopf Gas. Nina Potzel und Isabel de Bruyn analysieren Spieltag 3 der Frauen-Bundesliga.

Earth Wise
Timber Cities | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 2:00


More than half of the world's population lives in cities and by 2100, this percentage is predicted to be much higher.  This means that more homes will be built with steel and concrete, which both have very large carbon footprints.  According to a study by the Potsdam Institute in Germany, housing a growing population in […]

Tagesthemen (320x240)
24.09.2022 - tagesthemen 23:15 Uhr

Tagesthemen (320x240)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 19:46


Themen der Sendung: Bundeskanzler Scholz besucht die arabischen Halbinsel, Teilmobilmachung in Russland und Scheinreferenden in der Ukraine, Weitere Meldungen im Überblick, Eröffnung vom Kunsthaus "Minsk" nach Wiederaufbau in Potsdam, Wundenlecken bei der Fußball-Nationalmannschaft nach Niederlage gegen Ungarn, Das Wetter

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk
Nachhaltige Energieversorgung - Wann kommt der „Grüne Wasserstoff“?

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 8:01


Wasserstoff gilt als Energieträger der Zukunft. Vor allem, wenn er mit Strom aus erneuerbaren Quellen hergestellt wird. Die Frage ist bloß: Wie schnell können die Produktionskapazitäten für diesen sogenannten grünen Wasserstoff hochgefahren werden? Ein Forschungsteam aus Potsdam sagt: es wird lange dauern.Reuning, Arndtwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Court Junkie
Ep 209: The Case of Nick Hillary

Court Junkie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 46:21


On October 24, 2011, 12-year-old Garrett Phillips was found dead inside his mother's apartment in Potsdam, New York. A local soccer coach was soon arrested and charged with the murder. But did authorities have the right guy, or is the murderer still out there? Please subscribe to our new podcast, CIVIL, which covers civil cases and trials. Listen to the trailer here - https://www.podcastone.com/pd/CIVIL Sponsors in this episode: Pair Eyewear - Go to PairEyewear.com/COURT for 15% off your first purchase. June's Journey - Download June's Journey free today on the Apple App Store or Google Play Progressive Insurance - Visit Progressive.com to get a quote with all the coverages you want, so you can easily compare and choose. Jordan Harbinger Show - Search for The Jordan Harbinger Show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. This episode was researched and written by Matt Stroud. Post-Production for the show is provided by Jon Keur of Wayfare Recording Co. Please consider supporting Court Junkie with as little as $3 a month via Patreon.com/CourtJunkie to receive ad-free episodes. Help support Court Junkie with $6 a month and get access to bonus monthly episodes. Follow me on Twitter @CourtJunkiePod or Instagram at CourtJunkie

Cold War Conversations History Podcast
Imprisoned in a Soviet Military gaol - a BRIXMIS officer's diary Pt 2 (251)

Cold War Conversations History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 58:38


This is the 2nd part of my interview with Lt Col. Stephen Harrison, MBE who served for two years as a full-time Touring Officer with BRIXMIS. The tours were hazardous three-man, vehicle-borne patrols collecting intelligence on the Warsaw Pact forces in East Germany for up to five days and nights over a series of four-month patrolling periods. In this episode, we hear of Stephen's imprisonment in a Soviet Army gaol, following detention in a Soviet Army garrison town as well as East German and Soviet Army press coverage about his activities. Stephen's speciality was using his language skills to engage and befriend opposition troops and thereby gaining valuable intelligence. He used to go into bars frequented by Soviet officers and recalls one particular drunken night in Potsdam..  We also hear about his visit to the infamous World War 2 prison camp of Colditz castle where he befriends the staff enabling other BRIXMIS tours to visit regularly.Stephen also shares details of the top-secret Operation Tomahawk, a particularly unpleasant mission which may not be for those of a sensitive disposition.In later years Stephen obtained his Stasi file which reveals that the surveillance on him was far closer than he'd ever believed.Don't miss part 1  of this fascinating interview here.Cold War history is disappearing; however, a simple monthly donation will keep this podcast on the air. You'll become part of our community and get a sought after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If a financial contribution is not your cup of tea, then you can still help us by leaving written reviews wherever you listen to us as well as sharing us on social media. It really helps us get new guests on the show.I am delighted to welcome Stephen to our Cold War conversation…Episode notes here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode251/Follow us on Twitter here https://twitter.com/ColdWarPodFacebook here https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/There is nothing like hearing history from those that were there...The Jordan Harbinger ShowApple Best of 2018-Learn the stories, secrets & skills of the world's most fascinating pplListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Cold War Conversations History Podcast
Arrested 11 times, plus 3 shooting incidents - a BRIXMIS officer's diary Pt 1 (250)

Cold War Conversations History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 49:08


Lt Col. Stephen Harrison, MBE served for two years as a full-time Touring Officer with BRIXMIS. These Tours were hazardous three man, vehicle-borne patrols collecting intelligence on the Warsaw Pact forces in East Germany for up to five days and nights over a series of four-month patrolling periods. They lived in the field and did not carry weapons while Soviet and East German troops were nearly always armed, and their ever-present sentries carried live ammunition. The Tours operated in the closest proximity to these hostile and aggressive Warsaw Pact troops whose orders permitted them to use whatever force necessary, including opening fire, to protect the property they are guarding.We hear in detail about  Stephen's experiences in these demanding and frequently dangerous situations, as well as how he used his language skills to engage and befriend opposition troops gaining valuable intelligence which made him a particular threat to the Soviets.Don't miss part2  of this fascinating interview next week.Cold War history is disappearing; however, a simple monthly donation will keep this podcast on the air. You'll become part of our community and get a sought-after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If a financial contribution is not your cup of tea, then you can still help us by leaving written reviews wherever you listen to us as well as sharing us on social media. It really helps us get new guests on the show.I am delighted to welcome Stephen to our Cold War conversation…Episode notes here https://coldwarconversations.com/episode250/Follow us on Twitter here https://twitter.com/ColdWarPodFacebook here https://www.facebook.com/groups/coldwarpod/Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/coldwarconversations/Support the show