Sean Law, Principle Data Scientist, R&D at a Fortune 500 Company, comes on to talk about his creation of the STUMPY Python Library. Sponsored by Hello Fresh and mParticle: Go to Hellofresh.com/dataskeptic16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts! Visit mparticle.com to learn how teams at Postmates, NBCUniversal, Spotify, and Airbnb use mParticle's customer data infrastructure to accelerate their customer data strategies.
Literally formed in a gravel yard, this band originally got together after hanging out at moonlit jam sessions deep in the Ozark Mountains. Co-founder Aaron Farris joins me on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to share the rest of the story! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Video Version: https://youtu.be/YKlnDhbwy70In episode 268 of Profiles in Risk, Tony chats with Anand Rangathan about AI and how the insurance ecosystem can better find answers in their data in natural language.Anand: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anand-ranganathan/Unscrambl: https://unscrambl.com/
This conversation is about BURNOUT! You'll hear holistic perspectives to help you identify the causes, conditions, & early indicators of burnout. Plus organizational & individual practices to address & become resilient to burnout with Sabry Tozin (VPE @ LinkedIn), Lori Allen (VP HR @ LinkedIn), & Erica Lockheimer (VPE, LinkedIn Talent Solutions, LinkedIn Learning & Glint @ LinkedIn).About Erica LockheimerErica Lockheimer is VP of Engineering, Talent Solutions, Learning, and Glint @ LinkedIn. During her more than 10 years at the company, she built the Growth Engineering team into a high-performing 120-person team, focused on increasing membership, and deepening member engagement. In January 2018, she was promoted to Head of Engineering for the LinkedIn Learning team, formerly known as Lynda.com. She is also responsible for LinkedIn's Women In Tech (WIT) initiative, which is focused on empowering women in technical roles at the company. Prior to LinkedIn, she worked at Good Technology as Director of Server Engineering to securely manage and synchronize e-mail and calendar data between Exchange and mobile devices. Erica loves the challenge of starting with something nascent and carving out the right strategy, hiring the best people, and plotting a course to drive results. In 2014 and 2015, Erica was recognized as one of the top 22 women engineers in the world by Business Insider.About Sabry TozinSabry Tozin is the Vice President of Enterprise Productivity Engineering at LinkedIn. In this capacity, Sabry leads the organization that powers the productivity of LinkedIn employees through innovative, scalable, and secure information technology solutions. Before joining LinkedIn, Sabry held engineering leadership roles at Netflix and IGN Entertainment. He's a seasoned technology leader with over 20 years of experience in Silicon Valley.About Lori AllenLori is a Speaker and Coach and serves as VP of Human Resources, Engineering for LinkedIn. LinkedIn's Mission is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce which aligns to Lori's personal goal of helping others reach their full potential. She has spent the last 20+ years as an HR Leader responsible for designing talent strategies and partnering with Executives to drive business results. Lori is passionate about Diversity Inclusion and belonging and was named in the 2018 list of women worth watching in the Profiles in Diversity Journal.Originally from Wichita, Kansas, she graduated from the University of Kansas with a BA and later received a master's degree from Webster University. Lori has resided in the Bay area for the past 20+ years and has had the privilege of workingShownotesBurnout in Q1-2021 & what caused LinkedIn to take a company-wide week off (3:31)Are patterns of burnout repeating with the new covid variant? (7:59)What are the causes, conditions, & indicators of burnout in engineering orgs? (12:19)How to detect & identify the early signs of burnout in your engineering team (19:14)Favorite non-invasive "how are you doing" questions to get better signal from your engineering team (23:47)How to build resilience against burnout by leveraging Lencioni's “First Team Concept” (31:01)Conversation framework for internal mobility (36:44)Erica, Lori & Sabry's personal practices to prevent burnout (40:29)What do you admire most about working with each other? (42:31)Takeaways (44:59)Check out our friends and sponsor, Jellyfish. Jellyfish helps you align engineering work with business priorities and enables you to make better strategic decisions.Learn more at Jellyfish.co/elcLooking for other ways to get involved with ELC? Check out all of our upcoming events, peer groups, and other programs at www.sfelc.com!
In this episode, I'm really excited to have as my guest, Kedma Ough, who is a nationally recognized business development and business funding expert, innovation and entrepreneurship thought leader, award-winning champion of small business, and business advisor for independent inventors. She is also a proud fifth-generation entrepreneur, whose great-great-grandfather peddled various products across Ireland. She is also the author of Target Funding - a proven system to get the money and resources you need to start or grow your business. In our discussion, Kedma talked to me about: Unpacked my DISC profile and what that means in dealing with me Shared her DISC profile and what that means in dealing with her We talked about sales versus business development Listen to the podcast to learn more. https://innovabiz.co/kedmaough (Show Notes and Blog) https://innovabiz.com.au/innovabuzz/ (The Podcasts)
A Happy New Year to you from KC Profiles, the home for personal looks at interesting people and stories. The year included Denny Matthews, Bob Walkenhorst, Roger Bennett of Men in Blazers, Steve Grogan, Bob Davis, engaging offbeat stories and much more.
Dr. Calvin Johnson, MD, MPH, has built his varied career at the intersections of medicine, data science, and public health. This episode explores a wide range of topics related to health equity in a fascinating discussion, including the historical significance of Morehouse School, the importance and vulnerability of safety net hospitals, addressing the enduring issue of limited access to care for some populations, and the importance of data analysis and proactive information dissemination for problem solving and crisis management.
Hey Snakebirds, it's that time again where we focus in on the reason for the season! Except this time, we are going to look at the birth of our Savior from a little different angle than usual. In this three-person profile we will be looking at the time period of Jesus' birth through the eyes of three specific individuals that the Gospel of Luke zeros in on. Nestle in as we meet Zachariah, Simeon, and Anna during this Christmasy profile episode.Part 2 of 2
Clint played high school and college football in Lawrence, coached college almost exclusively at KU, and now looks to make an impact as head coach at his own high school in his home town. Great stories and life lessons to soak in.
A conversation with improv actor, podcaster, and former cast member at the Star Trek: The Experience Paul Mattingly. If you liked the show, please make sure that you've subscribed to the podcast via your preferred player. Some portions of the Kobayashi Maru lightning round questions in this episode were written by listener Adam Saunders. If you'd like to submit questions for possible inclusion on the show, you can send me a message via Twitter or email me. I give some suggestions on good questions here. This show is a labor of love. If you'd like to show your support for Trek Profiles, please consider a donation to the official charity of the podcast: The Children's Fund for Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD). Click here to donate. Or click here to learn more about GSD. Connect with the Trek Profiles podcast via: Email firstname.lastname@example.org FB https://www.facebook.com/TrekProfiles Twitter https://twitter.com/trekprofiles Full show notes are posted on our website Follow John on Podchaser This podcast brought to you by Stars and Sky Media Lab. It's Cosmic!
Do you know what type of law firm or practice area you should be working in? BCG Attorney Search is here to help! We have a podcast that will teach you how to understand your personality and what type of law firm, practice area, or setting would best suit your needs. The podcast is free and can be found on our website. It's the perfect way for you to learn about yourself and find out which career path suits you best. You won't regret listening to this informative podcast! Click the link below now and listen to our free podcast today!
How do we build water systems that are sustainable and also equitable? On this episode of Stereo Chemistry, Jessica Ray and William Tarpeh talk with C&EN reporter Katherine Bourzac about how they use their chemical engineering know-how to develop simple systems for filtering toxic chemicals from our water and harvesting useful chemicals from urine. They also discuss finding ways to thrive as assistant professors and building support networks as Black junior faculty. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3pggyGU. Sign up for C&EN's weekly newsletter at bit.ly/chemnewsletter. Contact us: email@example.com Image credit: Will Ludwig/C&EN/University of Washington/Courtesy of William Tarpeh
Hey Snakebirds, it's that time again where we focus in on the reason for the season! Except this time, we are going to look at the birth of our Savior from a little different angle than usual. In this three-person profile we will be looking at the time period of Jesus' birth through the eyes of three specific individuals that the Gospel of Luke zeros in on. Nestle in as we meet Zachariah, Simeon, and Anna during this Christmasy profile episode.Part 1 of 2
“Profiles of Courage and Faith 7” – “For Maturing Audience – Mary Luke 1:26-38” –The Angel & a Girl" – Mary's Calling: Luke 1:36-38 Even Elizabeth your relative is going to have a child in her old age, and she who was said to be barren is in her sixth month. For nothing is impossible with God." "I am the Lord's servant," Mary answered. "May it be to me as you have said." Then the angel left her. - * We need more of Mary's heart in us. * Because nothing is impossible with God, we have hope. **Hebrews 10:23 Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. * Whatever lies ahead, God will go with us.
Inkjet vs Laser Jet (initial cost vs ink cost), recovering Samsung Galaxy clipboard data, Log4J vulnerability (patch available, threat is real), Profiles in IT (Devin Finzer, cofounder and CEO OpenSea), what drives innovation (Claude Shannon, Alexandr Wang, Devin Finzer), and Apple makes stalking with AirTags discoverable (visible on both iPhones and Android phones). This show originally aired on Saturday, December 18, 2021, at 9:00 AM EST on WFED (1500 AM).
A fascinating and engaging conversation with Carl Worden, local singer and musician, who tells a personal but familiar story of the vagaries of climbing the musical ladder with it's frustrations and joys.
1. Pinterest Predicts: The trends to watch for 2022 - Pinterest through its Predicts report provided an overview of where things are headed in 2022, based on Pin activity, in a range of business categories. They have highlighted 35 trends that it says are not trending yet but will be in the near future (Pinterest shared 30 trends last year).The trends range from make-up to fashion, to home décor, with various other, less Pinterest-y elements along the way. Pinterest has also provided a more visual overview of each trend on its dedicated Pinterest Predicts mini-site, along with Pin samples in each category.There's some interesting data here, and if you're marketing on Pinterest, or considering the platform for your 2022 strategy, it's worth taking a look at the search trend notes and data, which may provide some key guidance in your approach.And at 80% predictive value, in terms of flagging what's coming next, Pinterest's track record is solid.2. Pinterest Acquires Vochi, A Video Creation and Editing App - As part of its broader push into video content, Pinterest has announced the acquisition of video editing app Vochi, which enables users to easily add effects to their clips.Vochi enables users to remove items from clips, add 3D effects, and add other specialized visual features that can make your clips stand out in feeds. The app is currently used by around 500k people per month and is generating around $4 million in annual revenue through subscriptions and add-on features.And now, it will become part of the broader Pinterest creator suite, which will add more elements to its growing video push, which also includes its ‘Idea Pins' social Stories variation.3. Facebook Launches 'Professional Profiles' for Creators - Facebook's making a push to facilitate more opportunities for creators in its app, with new ‘Professional Mode for Profiles' to welcome new creators in, and updates for Creator Pages.As per Facebook:“We know that many creators - especially those who are just starting out - are on profiles, so from today, we're announcing the roll-out of a new professional mode for profiles. Professional Mode will open up access to post, audience, and profile insights, as well as give easy access to monetization features – all in one place.”So rather than pushing new creators to professional Pages, Professional Mode for Profiles will provide more insights on post-performance and audience growth for those using regular Facebook profiles.Those who turn on Professional Mode also qualify for Reels bonuses and other features, which Facebook will be hoping will lure more people into posting more often, with a view to increasing these newly present engagement stats. Note, right at the bottom of the first screenshot, that you can turn off Professional Mode at any time if you decide that being a social media creator isn't for you.4. Facebook Launches 'Stars Fest' to Increase Donations & Audience - Stars are essentially a virtual currency that can be purchased in various bundles, which then enables Facebook users to allocate them to creators via live-streams (audio and video). And from now on until December 31st, you'll be able to purchase more Stars for less, with discounts on Stars packages, while Facebook's also adding new Stars features and usage options to spark further interest in the tool.The biggest functional addition, at least from a general user perspective, is the launch of a new Stars Store, “where people can buy Stars at lower prices”.“Stars are deposited into people's virtual wallets to then send to eligible creators during Facebook Live, on-demand videos, or Live Audio Rooms. In the Stars store, fans get more Stars for their money at lower prices, so they can support even more of their favorite creators.”In addition to this, Facebook's also looking to make Stars useable in more functions, including for videos in the News Feed, in Facebook Watch, and within the Facebook Gaming tab.Facebook's also adding a new ‘Stars Party' option, which will provide Stars fundraising goals when groups of people are viewing and donating in a live stream.5. Twitter Extends Access to Spaces Recording - Twitter is expanding access to its Spaces Recording capability, which began rolling out in late October. All users can listen to them, and more hosts can use the feature.6. Snap Unveils 523 Content Accelerator Program - Snapchat launched "523," a new content accelerator program for small, minority-owned content companies. Many accelerators at social media companies are designed to bolster individual creators. The 523 programs is focused on media companies creating premium shows for Snapchat's content arm, Discover.The program will award 20 minority-owned media upstarts $10,000 per month for six months to help them create content for Discover.Snapchat defines minority-owned businesses as those that are 51% owned and operated by individuals who identify as Black, Hispanic, Asian, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, non-binary, LGBTQ+, women, veterans, or having a disability. Eligible businesses must also employ fewer than 20 people and have gross revenue in 2021 — or in the last 12 months — that's less than $5 million.7. New Marketing with Purpose Business Attributes Showcase Brand Values - Microsoft Advertising has added Asian-owned, Latin-owned, Women-owned, and Diabetic-friendly business attributes, enabling advertisers to showcase more of their selling points and values, the company announced Thursday. These four new attributes join the 32 Marketing with Purpose business attributes that Microsoft introduced in September.Personal ethics and brand values have become factors in buying decisions for many customers. Being able to quickly differentiate your brand from others, through attributes such as these, can help you stand out from the competition.8. Google Ads Image Extensions Are Now Available on Desktop Devices - Google announced that image extensions for Google Ads is rolling out to desktop ads now. Note, it launched for mobile search ads in May 2021. Also, Google Ads image extensions now support dynamic image extensions for any language and you can use stock images as well for these image ad extensions.Google said image extensions complement your Search ad with relevant visuals of your products and services. "Previously, image extensions only showed on mobile devices," Google said. Google will soon show them on desktop devices in the next few weeks. If you are already using image extensions on mobile Google said they will show on desktop devices automatically as the update rolls out.You can view your desktop device performance by segmenting your performance data by "Device". This update applies to dynamic image extensions as well, Google said.
On part two president of Watchman Fellowship, James Walker, concludes his keynote on the nature of God and the Trinity presented at the Witness Now for Jesus Ex-Jehovah's Witness conference. We examine the history behind some of the classic heretical teachings that confronted the early Christianity, how they reappear in our time and how you can recognize them. We hope these insights will give you practical and edifying truths as you give a defense for the hope that is in you to friends, family, and loved ones who don't know Jesus. As we learned last week, the doctrine of God as Three-in-One, the Trinity, is absolutely central to our faith. Any deviation from understanding this teaching inevitably results in false doctrines and heresy. Historical councils of the Church throughout history have rigorously addressed the aberrant views of the Trinity, such as the Council of Nicea (325 A.D.) and the Council of Chalcedon (451 A.D.). Yet despite these efforts, heretical doctrines regarding the nature of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit resurface in non-Christian religions and cults. How might you address objections to God as Three-in-One? Are you prepared to give a defense of the Trinity? What would you say to a Mormon who might object that the word "Trinity" is not found in the Bible, or a Muslim who says it is blasphemy to refer to God as three distinct Persons? What might you say to someone who argues Jesus is not God? Or that only the Father is God? How might you answer someone who would claim God is not really three Persons, but just appears to us in three different modes?James Walker is a former fourth-generation Mormon who is currently president of Watchman Fellowship, an evangelical apologetics ministry focused on interfaith evangelism. He is author of The Concise Guide to Today's Religions and Spirituality (watchman.org/ConciseGuide), What the Qur'an Really Teaches about Jesus (watchman.org/Quran), and coauthor of The Truth Behind The Secret (bit.ly/TruthSecret). He is the cofounder of the Atheist & Christian Book Club (AtheistChristianBookClub.com) and cohosts Mormons in Transition Meetup in north Texas (ExMoDFW.com).ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Watchman Fellowship's 4-page Profile on the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society: watchman.org/Watchtower Watchman Fellowship articles on Jehovah's Witnesses and the Watchtower: watchman.org/JW We are also offering a free subscription to our 4-page bimonthly Profiles here: www.watchman.org/Free This message is also available in video format from the Witness Now For Jesus (WNFJ) YouTube Channel here: https://youtu.be/4uTOEMkYXNQ SUPPORT: Help us create more content like this. Make a tax-deductible donation here: www.watchman.org/give.Apologetics Profile is a ministry of Watchman FellowshipFor more information visit www.watchman.org © Watchman Fellowship, Inc.
Importance of immigration for IT industry, resetting cellphone LTE network connection, chip shortage (impact of TI analog chips), password creation technique (easy to remember), Profiles in IT (Alexandr Wang, founder and CEO, Scale AI), impact of AI on our lives (healthcare, agriculture, transportation, retail, and more), Trivia of the Week (Munkers Illusion, makes oranges vivid), Bitcoin trial (Wright wins dispute over $50B in Bitcoin), and US blacklists Israeli NSO Group (hacking tools used against dissidents). This show originally aired on Saturday, December 11, 2021, at 9:00 AM EST on WFED (1500 AM).
Tuatha Dea is an Appalachian/Celtic family band born of a family drum circle. Their unique blend of music and clanish costuming makes for a fantastic fan experience. Danny Mullikin, the patriarch of the band, joins us for this episode of Americana Music Profiles to share more about this unique group. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A McDonald's All-American from California who came to KU and had successes and travails, a star-crossed pro career, and now has found new challenges and accomplishments in the business world. A fascinating journey enjoyably told.
Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri testifies before congress but not before he adds safety measures for teens, Facebook is giving profiles a lot of the same features as pages, Casey Neistat is starting film school while talking sh*t about film school and The Streramys are live this week
Salvador Sánchez Narváez (January 26, 1959 – August 12, 1982) was a Mexican professional boxer born in the town of Santiago Tianguistenco, Estado de México. Sanchez was the WBC and lineal featherweight champion from 1980 to 1982. Many of his contemporaries as well as boxing writers believe that had it not been for his premature death, Sánchez could have gone on to become the greatest featherweight boxer of all time.Sean & Johnston take you through the life, boxing career, and untimely demise of the late, great featherweight champion.
ICMA's President Martin Scheck speaks to David Reznik, Fixed Income Strategist at Bank Leumi, Israeli's largest bank, about its market activities and more generally about the Israeli capital market and its market infrastructure. David discusses the main issuers, local bond practices, the main investors of Israeli debt and also provides his insights on efforts being made in the field of sustainable finance and the overall outlook for the market.
Juliet and Amanda break down recent profiles of Ben Affleck in The Wall Street Journal (0:58) and Jeremy Strong in the New Yorker (25:13). Then, they switch gears and touch on Adele's new look by makeup artist and YouTuber Nikkie de Jager on her latest YouTube video for NikkieTutorials (38:31) and discuss remaining thoughts on the new docuseries ‘The Beatles: Get Back.' Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Was Jesus the creator of all things or was He actually a created being? Creator or creature? God with us or the angel Michael with us? These are foundational questions for Jehovah's Witnesses and other controversial religions. This two-part episode of Apologetics Profile features Watchman Fellowship president, James Walker, sharing a keynote message given at the Witness Now for Jesus Conference of former Jehovah's Witnesses. This message provides helpful reminders and insights about the uniqueness and wonder of seeing God as One God and as three distinct Persons. The doctrine of the Trinity can be difficult to wrap our minds around, but it is absolutely foundational for our faith. No matter where you are in your walk with Christ, we hope this presentation will be helpful and edifying to you this Christmas season as you reach out to those who don't know Christ. So come and see! Come and celebrate the incarnate Immanuel, God with us, the Babe lying in a manger wrapped in swaddling clothes who is also Creator and Lord of the heavens and earth. James Walker is a former fourth-generation Mormon who is currently president of Watchman Fellowship, an evangelical apologetics ministry focused on interfaith evangelism. He is author of The Concise Guide to Today's Religions and Spirituality (watchman.org/ConciseGuide), What the Qur'an Really Teaches about Jesus (watchman.org/Quran), and coauthor of The Truth Behind The Secret (bit.ly/TruthSecret). He is the cofounder of the Atheist & Christian Book Club (AtheistChristianBookClub.com) and cohosts Mormons in Transition Meetup in north Texas (ExMoDFW.com).ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Watchman Fellowship's 4-page Profile on the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society: watchman.org/Watchtower Watchman Fellowship articles on Jehovah's Witnesses and the Watchtower: watchman.org/JW We are also offering a free subscription to our 4-page bimonthly Profiles here: www.watchman.org/Free This message is also available in video format from the Witness Now For Jesus (WNFJ) YouTube Channel here: https://youtu.be/4uTOEMkYXNQ SUPPORT: Help us create more content like this. Make a tax-deductible donation here: www.watchman.org/give.Apologetics Profile is a ministry of Watchman FellowshipFor more information visit www.watchman.org © Watchman Fellowship, Inc.
Session singer, Val Storey, has been a regular voice around Nashville for quite a while now. Her much anticipated, sophomore CD, Share Your Secrets With Me, was produced by the legendary, Larry Cordle. Val joins us on this latest edition of Americana Music Profiles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Linux Mint with Cinnamon Desktop, reporting stolen Facebook photo, deleting Chrome autofill form data, WiFi hotspot safety (getting better, VPN still the best), setting up a blog (register URL, set up Wordpress), Profiles in IT (Claude Shannon, father of Information Theory), the mind of Claude Shannon (big picture first, details later), and H1B Visa reform (needed to solve US talent shortage). This show originally aired on Saturday, December 4, 2021, at 9:00 AM EST on WFED (1500 AM).
Born in Japan, and later spending more time immersed in that culture, the former Jayhawk center has continually embraced challenges with curiosity and intelligence, from basketball to philanthropy to poker.
A conversation with Star Trek fan Tongtong Bu, also known as @Captain Pike-a-chu from Twitter! In this one, she tells us of being a child immigrant to the US and discovering Star Trek. We also learn how she learned English from the show and how it shaped her life. If you liked the show, please make sure that you've subscribed to the podcast via your preferred player. Connect with the Trek Profiles podcast via: Email firstname.lastname@example.org FB https://www.facebook.com/TrekProfiles Twitter https://twitter.com/trekprofiles Full show notes are posted on our website Follow John on Podchaser This podcast brought to you by Stars and Sky Media Lab. It's Cosmic!
This podcast is also available in video format on YouTube: https://youtu.be/2gGvCl4KbbsWhat would you say to an atheist who says “I don't believe your God exists. I just believe in one less God than you do?” This is part two of our special two-part episode recorded live at our Atheist & Christian Book Club featuring guest authors Timothy McGrew, a Christian philosopher, and Graham Oppy, an atheist philosopher. McGrew continues the discussion and puts the question of "one less God than you" in context. McGrew shows us that there is much more at stake than just a mere belief in the non-existence of God. What are the implications, philosophically, theologically, historically, for denying the existence of the God of the Bible? We also discuss other philosophical theories about knowledge with McGrew and Oppy as we continue our focus on their contributions to the book Four Views on Christianity and Philosophy.In the book, Oppy admits that his atheistic account of the world is not a “persuasive argument; nonetheless, I think that it is a case that deserves serious consideration.” So come and hear the conclusion of the whole matter. Does Christian philosophy or does atheist philosophy best account for the universe and our place within it?Dr. Graham Oppy is Professor of Philosophy at Monash University. He is author of Ontological Arguments and Belief in God; Philosophical Perspectives on Infinity; Arguing about Gods; Reading Philosophy of Religion (with Michael Scott); The Best Argument Against God; Reinventing Philosophy of Religion: An Opinionated Introduction; and Describing Gods: An Investigation of Divine Attributes. He is editor of The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Philosophy of Religion and (with Nick Trakakis) The History of Western Philosophy of Religion.Dr. Timothy McGrew is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Philosophy at Western Michigan University. He specializes in theory of knowledge, logic, probability theory, and the history and philosophy of science. He has published in numerous journals including Mind, The Monist, Analysis, Erkenntnis, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, and Philosophia Christi. His recent publications include the article on “Evidence” in The Routledge Companion to Epistemology, coauthorship of The Philosophy of Science: An Historical Anthology, coauthorship (with Lydia McGrew) of the article on “The Argument from Miracles” in The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology, and the article on “Miracles” for The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.Four Views on Christianity and Philosophy, edited by Paul M. Gould and Richard Brian Davis is available here: https://bit.ly/4ViewsBookThe Atheist & Christian Book Club meets both in person (Arlington, Texas) and online via Zoom. Learn more, watch past book clubs or to join the club: www.AtheistChristianBookClub.comWe are also offering a free subscription to our 4-page bimonthly Profiles here: www.watchman.org/Free.SUPPORT: Help us create more content like this. Make a tax-deductible donation here: www.watchman.org/give.Apologetics Profile is a ministry of Watchman FellowshipFor more information visit www.watchman.org © Watchman Fellowship, Inc.
A new study finds longer daily fasts were demonstrated to produce more favorable improvements in biomarkers that are associated with metabolic and cardiovascular health as well as inflammation. Let's break it down... Support your fasting lifestyle with Berberine HCl & Alpha Lipoic Acid by by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://bit.ly/berberine-biotin-ala-stack Use code Podcast to save Save 40% off this at-home A1C test by Biocoach: http://bit.ly/BOGO-A1C-test Use code HIH10 Links to notes: https://bit.ly/30WjpeE REF: Moro, T., Tinsley, G., Pacelli, et al. (2021). Twelve Months of Time-restricted Eating and Resistance Training Improves Inflammatory Markers and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 53(12), 2577–2585. Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 0:18 New Study 0:08 Testing 16 Hour VS 12 Hour Feeding Windows 0:27 Markers of Inflammation decreased 1:17 Only four hour difference in feeding window 2:22 Study Title: 3:43 Testing your metabolic health 4:42 Berberine & metabolic health 5:50 Feeding Window comparisons 6:43 How Calories were distributed 7:36 Whey protein post workout 7:50 TRF group ate less calories by accident 8:33 Strength and muscle loss between two groups 11:08 Testosterone did decrease 11:53 Insulin, Leptin and Adiponectin 12:44 HDL, Triglycerides and glucose 13:52 Chronic Inflammation 15:11 Trade offs to consider
Nonprofit News summary. Nonprofits Gear Up For Annual GivingTuesday GivingTuesday, the annual fundraising event held the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, is already beginning to drive nonprofit communication and marketing strategies as we enter the holiday season. Agency Whole Whale (the creators of this newsletter) predicts over $3 Billion in total GT revenue, while organizations like the Giving Block are trying to bring crypto donations to the forefront. Meta (the newly named parent company of Facebook) has announced $8 million in matching GivingTuesday donations, while organizations like CARE are marketing giving opportunities with a substantial 5x match. Read more ➝ Give.org Releases Nonprofit Donor Trust Report Give.org, associated with the BBB (Better Business Bureau) has released its “Donor Trust Report 2021: Profiles in Charity Trust and Giving” report. The report seeks to understand the relationship between donors and charities with the mission to strengthen existing ties and strengthen trust. Other reports include a study on “Charity Impact” and “Sexual Harassment and the Charitable Sector,” which further illuminate how charities can build genuine trust among staff, board members, and the general public. Read more ➝ Summary Labor shortage hits nonprofit organizations harder than other business sectors UN to Elon Musk: Here's that $6 billion plan to end world hunger Tech Supported Uptick In Nonprofit Financial Liquidity The ‘Fearless Girl' Statue Is in Limbo Expenses are up 140% for CT nonprofit's food pantries. Person to Person CEO says it's due to inflation and high need. nonprofit creates parks in empty city lots | STLPR
Gary Griggs received his B.A. in Geological Sciences from the University of California Santa Barbara and a Ph.D. in Oceanography from Oregon State University. He has been a Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of California Santa Cruz since 1968 and was Director of the Institute of Marine Sciences from 1991 to 2017. His research and teaching have been focused on the coast of California and include coastal processes, hazards and engineering, and sea-level rise. Dr. Griggs has written over 185 articles for professional journals as well as authored or co-authored eleven books.In 1998 he was given the Outstanding Faculty Award at UC Santa Cruz and the Alumni Association honored him with a Distinguished Teaching Award in 2006. The California Coastal Commission and Sunset Magazine named him one of California's Coastal Heroes in 2009. He has served on three National Academy of Sciences Committees. He has served on the Science Advisory Team to the Governor's Ocean Protection Council since 2008 and in 2015 was appointed to the California Ocean Sciences Trust.· eps.ucsc.edu/faculty/Profiles/fac-only.php?uid=griggs· www.oneplanetpodcast.org · www.creativeprocess.info
[TRIGGER WARNING: Domestic Violence and Mental Abuse] On this week's episode Kail and Lindsie discuss the Netflix series Maid and the themes associated with it. Kail talks about her own experiences with mental abuse and her struggle to understand her trauma. Kail and Lindsie talk about the flaws in the system build to help those in crisis and how many are denied the help they need. Plus Kail urges those who know people in these situations to be a support system no matter how difficult it is. To lighten the mood Kail and Lindsie talk about their opinions on children using social media. How much exposure should they have and when should they have it. This episode was sponsored by: MamaZen, KiwiCo, Chime, & Apostrophe Music by Nathaniel Wyvern. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License.