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Do you know how old is the sexiest man in the world? Now, how old is the sexiest woman in the world? Rolls Royce cars like the RR Phantom are all very well. They're more than all very well. But the new Rolls Royce small modular nuclear power plant is a real winner. Why not replace a million stupid windmills with one little nuclear plant. Your rabbi tells you why not. Call me Ayatollah Youso if you like but it was right here on the Rabbi Daniel Lapin show that you heard back in 2015 that self-driving autonomous cars were not happening. Now find out why certain billionaires absurd predictions about space travel are unadulterated bilge water. Find your Happy Warrior community in order to connect, communicate, collaborate, cooperate and create https://www.wehappywarriors.com/happy-warriors-basic . Happy Warriors are NOT tennis balls floating down the gutter of life. Solutions in search of problems are never a good idea. Planet Earth is beautiful. Martians would be trying to immigrate to earth, not the other way around. Take a good risk and finally acquire a Bible you can count upon in your life, my only recommended Bible: https://rabbidaniellapin.com/product/koren-jerusalem-bible-hardcover/ Look small and down rather than up and vast. The true meaning of Chanukah. The book “Soul Construction” is definitely worth a good look here: https://rabbidaniellapin.com/product/soul-construction/ . And finally, here is the Passover retreat I'll be teaching at in April 2022: https://youtu.be/UZCholtO2u8 Take care of your 5Fs, always. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you know how old is the sexiest man in the world? Now, how old is the sexiest woman in the world? Rolls Royce cars like the RR Phantom are all very well. They're more than all very well. But the new Rolls Royce small modular nuclear power plant is a real winner. Why not replace a million stupid windmills with one little nuclear plant. Your rabbi tells you why not. Call me Ayatollah Youso if you like but it was right here on the Rabbi Daniel Lapin show that you heard back in 2015 that self-driving autonomous cars were not happening. Now find out why certain billionaires absurd predictions about space travel are unadulterated bilge water. Find your Happy Warrior community in order to connect, communicate, collaborate, cooperate and create https://www.wehappywarriors.com/happy-warriors-basic. Happy Warriors are NOT tennis balls floating down the gutter of life. Solutions in search of problems are never a good idea. Planet Earth is beautiful. Martians would be trying to immigrate to earth not the other way around. Take a good risk and finally acquire a Bible you can count upon in your life, my only recommended Bible https://rabbidaniellapin.com/product/koren-jerusalem-bible-hardcover/. Look small and down rather than up and vast. The true meaning of Chanukah. The book “Soul Construction” is definitely worth a good look here: https://rabbidaniellapin.com/product/soul-construction/, and finally, here is the Passover retreat I'll be teaching at in April 2022 https://youtu.be/UZCholtO2u8. Take care of your 5Fs always.
AMSL Aero has a boxwing EVTOL design with a prototype that's nearly ready to fly - can this interesting design work? Rolls Royce flies successfully using 100% SAF fuel, Volocopter sees big things happening in Rome, and more. Learn more about Weather Guard StrikeTape segmented lightning diverters and aircraft lightning protection consulting services. Follow the show on YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin and visit us on the web. Have a question we can answer on the show? Email us!
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The US conglomerate General Electric is to split into three publicly listed companies. We find out what's behind the move from the BBC's Michelle Fleury in New York. Also in the programme, the aircraft engine maker Rolls Royce has secured funding to develop small modular nuclear reactors, aimed at producing green electricity. Tom Samson is chief executive of Rolls Royce SMR and explains the background, while South African energy analyst Chris Yelland is sceptical. Plus, German media giant Axel Springer is understood to have plans to force workers to disclose intimate relationships they have with colleagues. Erika Solomon, Berlin correspondent of the Financial Times and Ben Smith, media correspondent of the New York Times, bring us the details. Also in the programme, Mexico's president has outlined a global anti-poverty plan to the United Nations that he says would help 750 million people living on less than two dollars a day. Plus, the BBC's Russell Padmore reports on the growing problem of restaurant-goers booking a table and then not turning up. All this and more discussed with our two guests throughout the show: Sarah Birke of the Economist, in Mexico City and in James Maygar, Bloomberg's correspondent in Beijing. (Picture: General Electric logo. Credit: Getty Images.)
The aircraft engine maker Rolls Royce has secured funding to develop small modular nuclear reactors, aimed at producing green electricity. Tom Samson is chief executive of Rolls Royce SMR and explains the background, while South African energy analyst Chris Yelland is sceptical. Plus, Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in New Jersey on the day's trading on Wall Street.
The US conglomerate General Electric is to split into three publicly listed companies. We find out what's behind the move from the BBC's Michelle Fleury in New York. Also in the programme, the aircraft engine maker Rolls Royce has secured funding to develop small modular nuclear reactors, aimed at producing green electricity. Tom Samson is chief executive of Rolls Royce SMR and explains the background. The BBC's Russell Padmore reports on the growing problem of restaurant-goers booking a table and then not turning up. Plus, German media giant Axel Springer is understood to have plans to force workers to disclose intimate relationships they have with colleagues. Erika Solomon is Berlin correspondent of the Financial Times and brings us the details. Today's edition is presented by Rob Young, and produced by Vishala Sri-Pathma and Russell Newlove.
Public Speaking, Observation, and Standing Out.In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to Rebecca and Keith Scott from TallSmall Productions, LLC. We get to hear all about how they started and what it's like being partners in both life and business. Communication experts, the pair provide several great tips and tricks on public speaking - omitting filler words, using anchor words, listening, having fun, and presenting yourself with open body language. Keith and Rebecca also explain how looking at the world as a stage doesn't have to cancel out the fun or genuineness of conversation. Finally, the two share many of their experiences working with clients and how observation of others can help you be a better speaker! QUOTES “We help people communicate better. We strip away all the junk. We're almost home organizers, but we do that for your brain and your presence.” - Rebecca Scott [04:23] “There's nothing better than the feeling of watching somebody think they can't do something, and then seeing that light come on in them [when they] realize they can.” “Plus, everyone can do public speaking, but the problem is… something happened between third and fifth grade that shot them down, created judgement, and they lost the ability to do it... So, it's taking people back to a time before they had judgement, before they felt shot down by society.” - Rebecca and Keith Scott [08:03] “But, the fact is, watching people's body language tells you more than anything else. Because typically their bodies change before the words vocalize. You'll notice a change in their bodies, and then you'll hear words. And then you've got to figure out, do the words and the body language, do they match? Or are they polar opposites? And that's where you figure out [if] people are being real or not.” - Keith Scott [25:29] “For you to make connections, you have to be open. When we close our body, we don't make a lot of connections. When we're open, and we're relaxed, that's where we invite people in.” - Keith Scott [28:16] TIMESTAMPS [00:04] Intro [01:53] Meet Rebecca and Keith Scott [03:34] LinkedIn [04:23] What The Scotts do at TallSmall [07:37] Public Speaking [09:17] Working with Teams [12:04] Filler Words [14:32] Speaking Speed [15:29] Letting Others Be Heard [18:14] Anchor Words [24:23] Body Language [29:45] Self-Care and Self-Talk [34:08] Narrowing Yourself or Business [36:39] Have Fun! [38:23] Starting TallSmall [40:20] Rebecca Growing Up [41:00] Keith Growing Up [41:25] Making Public Speaking a Living [42:15] Marriage [46:16] Working with a Partner [48:23] Sharing the Stage [51:08] Communicating Virtually [52:29] Learning by Observing the World [54:24] Advice for Younger Selves [57:29] Wrap-Up Questions [01:01:40] Outro RESOURCES https://www.amazon.com/How-Win-Friends-Influence-People/dp/0671027034 (How to Win Friends & Influence People) by Dale Carnegie https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/explore-shakespeare/shakespedia/william-shakespeare/william-shakespeare-biography/ (William Shakespeare) https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/56966/speech-all-the-worlds-a-stage (All the World's a Stage )by William Shakespeare https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/56966/speech-all-the-worlds-a-stage (Rolls-Royce) https://www.bk.com/ (Burger King) RELEVANT LINKS https://www.linkedin.com/in/tallsmallkeithscott/ (Keith Scott )on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebeccalklein/ (Rebecca Klein Scott) on LinkedIn http://www.tallsmallproductions.org/ (TALLsmall Productions, LLC.) https://tallsmallcareercoaching.com/ (TALLsmall Career Coaching) https://www.facebook.com/TALLsmallproductions/ (TALLsmall Productions, LLC.) on Facebook https://www.instagram.com/tallsmall.productions/?hl=en (TALLsmall) on Instagram https://twitter.com/TALLsmall21 (TALLsmall Productions) on Twitter https://nylatechnologysolutions.com/ (Nyla Technology Solutions) I'd love to hear from...
Felicity Hannah catches up with former Asda boss Andy Clarke on all topics from retail to the environment to sports sponsorship. Plus she ask The Body Shop why beauty advent calendars are flying off the shelves. And some exciting energy news from Rolls Royce.
Voters in a Twitter poll have urged Elon Musk to sell 10% of his stake in Tesla in order to pay tax. More than 3.5 million Twitter users voted in the poll, with nearly 58% voting in favour of the share sale. The vote could see him dispose of nearly $21bn of stock. Long term Tesla investor, Ross Gerber, President of Gerber Kawasaki Investments tells us what the poll is all about, and what investors like him make of it. Also on the programme, Delta airlines CEO Ed Bastian warns of the potential for long queues at airports as travel to the US returns to normal. We hear why the Japanese investment giant Softbank is feeling the affects of policy clampdowns in China. And as COP26 moves into its second week we hear from businesses trying to make a difference right now. Warren East of Rolls Royce talks about the company's push into small scale nuclear reactors, whilst Gajen Kandiah, the chief executive of Hitatchi Vantara tells us how his company are using AI, to protect rainforests from deforestation. The BBC's Jamie Robertson is joined throughout the programme by Alison Schrager, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute in New York City, and by the Wall Street Journal's Tokyo bureau chief Peter Landers. (Picture: Elon Musk. Picture credit: Pool/Getty Images)
The male version of Teen Witch steals a magic lamp from his work and goes on a series of misguided adventures with his new dad, The Jinn who is just as drunk and disorderly as his bio-dad who went out for smokes and never came back. Our hero, Al Haddin, isn't a good guy. He's a thief, conceited, a GHB bro, and only cares about one thing - himself. One could argue that's because he's never had a positive father-figure in his life but I think its much deeper than that. Which, if I remember, I'll get into later. But either way, it's hard to root for little Al. Once he gets the lamp and subsequently the genie and his powers, things really go off the rails. He first wishes for a car "that rockstars drive", a Rolls Royce. Fine, I would probably do the same. Secondly, he wishes that the car doesn't have to obey the laws of physics and can fly. Sure, I get it. Traffic sucks, until you realize the military has scrambled F-18s to you as you are now a UFO. Ok, chalk it up to a simple misunderstanding. Then he wishes to give his secret crush a necklace to impress her. Ok, well now we're getting dicey, but I'd love to also give my wife a diamond necklace (and because its made with magic instead of slave labor its blood diamond free), however Al gives her a $10 seashell necklace that will likely give her ringworm. Al you live in Florida, my dude, you could have bought that at any street vendor in South Beach. THEN when she rejects his advances, he uses the power of the Jinn to force her to kiss him. Ok, I know this is 1986. Its still gross. It was gross in Teen Witch, it was gross in License to Drive and its gross here. Weinsteining is a crime at any age. I'm now way off of Team Al. So after various and plentiful hijinks vignettes including the stunningly bad/great flying car sequence, various dealings with mob goons and a very dark child sex-trafficking plot (yeah, wow), we end up with Eugene (the Genie) getting outed as a supernatural being to the Mayor/Chief/James Bond Villain who wants to use the Jinn's powers to rid the world of war making except for one particular military base in Canada that he must have won in a card game or something so that he can be the ruler of Earth. Not sure how that all works but it results in a much deserved magic carpet ride/helicopter chase that looks worse than the flying car sequence and rivals the effects of Pumaman. Its fantastic. Oh and all wants to murder the people chasing them (oh yeah he wanted to murder the mob guys and the wait staff at their club, too). Only Eugene talks him out of it. Al's final wish is for the Jinn to become human and bang his mom. Woof. Aladdin is about as cheesy as they get. With that, it is also baffling poorly thought out, looks terrible and has a musical score that will make Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny cringe. But its a laugh riot and prime riffing material. Three thumbs up and a total do from us.
"I forced myself to finish my beats," explains DJ Pain 1. In this episode we discuss the problems with finishing songs and projects and why it's important for your music career. Also, the subject of Drake's fake-it-til-you-make-it strategy is on the table. Would Drake have succeeded without renting the Rolls Royce? We discuss these topics and more in today's episode.
In this episode we finish our special series from the 2022 BMW Group Test Fest, back in Miami Beach, where the 2022 Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge made its global debut. We talk to Richard Carter, Director of Global Communications, to find out how the ultra luxury car manufacturer has repositioned itself to regain the title of the most desirable brand in the world. Thank you and have a great weekend. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today our Merry Mutants are truly down on their luck... not only is the X-Mansion nearly robbed, but the kids realize that, without Professor X -- they're dirt poor! So, what is a hero to do? Why, head down to the Welfare Office in your Rolls Royce to beg for some cash! And no, I'm not joking... The X-Men also look for some blue-collar work, and take part in the most touching Father and Son reunion this side of that episode of Saved by the Bell when Zack's dad wouldn't take him fishing. All that, plus our usual back-matter nonsense... including a Letterhack or two trying to get one over on Stan the Man! -- https://www.patreon.com/xlapsed X-Lapsed Voicemail: 623-396-5375 (or, 623-396-JERK) Twitter: @acecomics / Instagram: @90sxmen email@example.com chrisandreggie.podbean.com The All-New, All-Different chrisisoninfiniteearths.com facebook.com/groups/90sxmen
It's Energy Day at the UN Climate Change Conference. Mark Syred talks to Warren East, boss of jet engine maker Rolls Royce about how one of the most polluting industries can clean up its act. The National Grid tells us how we're doing in terms of greening up our power supply. And after more than a decade of historically low interest rates, could the Bank of England lift the base rate today? #WakeUpToMoney With Mark Syred
Join Haider Rubbani and Rob Blanchette for gameweek 10 on #TheMasterclass. Manchester United bounced back with a much needed victory away to equally struggling Tottenham Hotspur. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reverted to 352 and welcomed the return of Rolls Royce defender, Raphael Varane. There was much more shape and control to this United performance. 3 goals of supreme quality from Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani and Marcus Rashford secured a much needed 3 points. Things still remain unconvincing and Ole should still be replaced, but it was a game and a victory to enjoy in the moment. #MUFC #OleIn #OleOut #Ronaldo #Cavani #Rashford Find more of #TheMasterclass content on the links below: The Football Masterclass Website: https://www.thefootballmasterclass.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5aD... Apple pods:https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast... Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/00pe57G... Google:https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0... Anchor:https://anchor.fm/tfmasterclass Haider Rubbani Twitter: https://twitter.com/Haider_Rubbani Rob Blanchette Twitter: https://twitter.com/_Rob_B The Masterclass Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFMasterclass
Tom Jaconelli of @Romans International joins us to talk about a bunch of the new cars released this week and discuss the state of the car market. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/pHmn9pbaBAY https://www.romansinternational.com/Hope you enjoy, Sam Show Notes: 00:00 = Intro01:16 = 992 GT303:15 = Cayman GT4 RS10:40 = New Range Rover Vogue23:18 = Rolls Royce Ghost Black Badge28:18 = New Mercedes AMG SL37:04 = What's the state of the current car market?Podcast Sponsors:The Market By Bonhams Online Classic & Collector Car AuctionsElev8 Finance Prestige Automotive Funding Specialists
Professor Dame Julia King (Baroness Brown of Cambridge) DBE, FRS, FREng is an engineer, crossbench member of the House of Lords and Chair of The Carbon Trust.Julia started her career in academia as a Rolls-Royce fellow at University of Cambridge and was involved in teaching and research for 16 years, before moving to business. Between 1994 and 2002 she held a number of managerial positions at Rolls-Royce. In 2002 she became the Chief Executive of the Institute of Physics. Between 2004 and 2006 Julia was the Principal of the Engineering Faculty at Imperial College London. After that, she was Vice-Chancellor of Aston University for a decade. Julia has worked closely with the government on a number of climate, technology and education issues. She led the King Review of low-carbon cars (published in 2008) and sat on numerous government bodies, such as Climate Change Committee's Adaptation Sub-Committee of which she is the chair. Julia was appointed a life peer in the House of Lords in 2015. In 1999 she was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire and promoted to Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2012.
The boys are back together again! The World Series is among us hear our thoughts. We try a trio from Penelope Bourbon: The Private Select, Red Label Barrel Strength, and Texas Select. We try some bourbon marinated beef jerky. The link is below if your want to try it. We talk a little Squid Game no worries no major spoilers. Has cancel culture finally gone to far. We discuss the Alec Baldwin incident. In cigar news Room 101 is going into the cannabis market. And, Rolls Royce releases a new humidor do you think you can afford it? Finally, we review the Chinchalle from Warped Cigars.You can find the beef jerky we tried at www.manready.com Reach out to us with your thoughts, questions, concerns, or comments at: Cigarheadzpodcast@gmail.comFollow us:Cigarheadz- Facebook, TwitterDenny- InstagramMarc- InstagramPaul- Instagram
Stacy Snook is a Nuclear Security Professional specialising in Insider Threat Mitigation at Sellafield Ltd and an Ambassador to the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS). Stacy was born and grew up in Johannesburg, where she felt she lived in an international community which she described as good fun. After six years, Stacy and her family then moved back to the UK before then moving to Ethiopia due to her dad's work. Whilst in Ethiopia, Stacy started an apprenticeship to help fundraise and build classrooms in schools. When Stacy returned to the UK, she was asked to do an apprenticeship which sponsored her school on top of doing her university studies. After completing her apprenticeship when she was 21, Stacy then went to study Nuclear Science and Materials at the University of Birmingham. Stacy continued on at University of Birmingham after graduating to do her Masters in Physics and Technology of Nuclear Reactors. Whilst doing her Masters, Stacy also did a placement with EDF (Heysham) and then did a group project with Rolls-Royce, which took her into their laboratory. After her placement at EDF, Stacy decided to take a gap year out where she went back to South Africa, before taking a graduate scheme in Cumbria with Sellafield. From here, Stacy moved more into working in the Nuclear Security and Strategic Security side at Sellafield Ltd. She also secured a second placement working in corporate Safety and Security, working as special assistant to the Director. Stacy is also involved in the Nuclear Institute's Young Generation Network. For more information, please visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacy-snook/
Ed Sheeran shared news on Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19. https://www.iheartradio.ca/news/ed-sheeran-tests-positive-for-covid-19-1.16343841 Drake celebrated his 35th birthday this weekend with a star-studded bash in Los Angeles – and a pricey gift with a special history. https://www.iheartradio.ca/news/drake-gets-a-rolls-royce-with-a-special-history-1.16346321 Snoop Dogg Mourning Loss Of His Mother https://www.iheartradio.ca/news/snoop-dogg-mourning-loss-of-his-mother-1.16347617
Please welcome the Tony-Award nominated set designer who put Jersey all over the map…Klara Zieglerova! A Prague native, Klara studied design at David Geffen School of Drama at Yale University and was later hired as an associate set designer of the 1998 Roundabout Theatre Co. Broadway revival of 1776 and 1999 Broadway revival of ANNIE GET YOUR GUN along with stage manager Richard Hester. Credits as lead designer include the Broadway production of THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE, the 2012 national tour of FLASHDANCE THE MUSICAL directed and choreographed by Sergio Trujillo as well as the Broadway, West End, and touring productions of SISTER ACT directed by Jerry Zaks and THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Des McAnuff. In this episode, you'll learn about: -How she nailed her Jersey Boys interview with Des McAnuff -Original sketches of the set -What drew her to the story…”The iron curtain.” -The production she coined the “Rolls Royce of Jersey Boys sets” -Why the Jersey Boys UK tour set has two spiral staircases -How to design for a national tour -Her time working with late lighting designer Howell Binkley -How design teams are created and opportunity to newcomers in this niche role in theater -Her set design nomination for Jersey Boys ♥️ Key quotes: -“Des wanted to keep the show as downstage as possible” -“My only job is to not let the scenery get in the way.” Don't forget…Everywhere you see an official Dodgers production of Jersey Boys, you're immersed in Klara's gorgeous set design. ♥️
Hey guys! In today's episode we talk about sensationalist Christianity. Are strobe lights and staging detracting from the gospel or is an atmospheric church necessary in today's age of entertainment and short attention spans…? Follow us on our socials Instagram/Twitter: @letgodpodcast Facebook: Let God Podcast Fill out the google form with questions and episode suggestions: https://linktr.ee/letgodpodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/letgodpodcast/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/letgodpodcast/support
Welcome to The Hydrogen Podcast!In episode 057, A new hydrogen consumer market is opening up in Europe. Rolls Royce is jumping into the hydrogen game and it's not what you think. And a consortium led by shell is selected by the Department of Energy to demonstrate feasibility of large scale liquid hydrogen storage. All of this on today's hydrogen podcast. Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the podcast. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Also, if you wouldn't mind subscribing to my podcast using your preferred platform... I would greatly appreciate it. Respectfully,Paul RoddenVISIT THE HYDROGEN PODCAST WEBSITEhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.comCHECK OUT OUR BLOGhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.com/blog/WANT TO SPONSOR THE PODCAST? Send us an email to: email@example.comNEW TO HYDROGEN AND NEED A QUICK INTRODUCTION?Start Here: The 6 Main Colors of Hydrogen
The best way to differentiate ourselves in our marketing is by creating hyperlocal content. That being said, as most agents would agree, that can be easier said than done. How can we create the kind of social media content that positions us as the local experts in our markets? Does a quick fix in this area even exist? In this episode, creator of the Instagram Power Method course, Michelle Berman returns to share how to create and maintain a hyperlocal presence on social media. Three Things You'll Learn in This Episode How to use hashtags (and actually see results!) Let's face it: hashtags can be a little intimidating. How should we be using them to build a bigger audience amongst the people in our local markets? How to engage with our local communities online How can we ensure we're really connecting with our market on a deeper level? When to follow back (and when it's a better idea NOT to) Who should we be following on Instagram? Does engagement require us to follow back, or is that a bad idea? Guest Bio Michelle Berman is the CEO of Berman Media PD, AKA the Rolls Royce of Instagram Marketing. The creator behind the Instagram Power Method Course, Michelle is a nationally acclaimed Instagram Coach, passionate about taking out the guesswork of successful Instagram strategies for real estate and mortgage pros, so they can take their social media game to a whole new level. To find out more, visit: https://michelle-berman.mykajabi.com/ https://www.instagram.com/bermanmediasocial/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/michelle.berman.75
There are certain brands that are synonymous with the term 'luxury'. One of those brands is Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, a name that immediately evokes images of grand saloon cars with that iconic front grille. This really is a brand that needs no introduction, and it is setting new benchmarks for the high-end automotive industry with beautiful bespoke models and its very first electric vehicle. In this episode we are joined by César Habib, the Regional Director of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Middle East & Africa, who provides a more in-depth look at one of the world's quintessential luxury brands. In this episode, we cover: - Specially commissioned bespoke Rolls-Royce models that were recently unveiled in the Middle East and the design inspiration behind them - An overview of the Rolls-Royce Spectre, the first fully electric Rolls-Royce that is expected to be released in 2023 - The affect of the pandemic on the Rolls-Royce brand - The incredible Rolls-Royce Boutique in City Walk Dubai and the unique experience it offers - The emergence of the 'grey market' of Rolls-Royce imports and why it isn't an advisable route for consumers Comments? Questions? Email our host: firstname.lastname@example.org The Luxury Podcast is a sub-brand of LuxuryProperty.com, an award-winning boutique brokerage. Visit our website to learn more. DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW US: Twitter: https://twitter.com/LuxuryProperty Facebook: https://facebook.com/LuxuryPropertydotcom Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/luxurypropertycom/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LuxuryProperty Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LuxuryProperty.com_/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/luxury-property-llc
J.-C. Spender, PhD, is an engineer-turned-business school professor, an author, an expert on the history of business education, and he's a former business executive and business school dean. These credentials equip him to have insight into the goings-on of business schools and real expertise in the practical challenges of graduate business education. Dr. Spender has a distinct philosophical bent which surfaces in this episode (and more so in Part 2 of this interview—Episode #30). He sports a professorial persona, likely honed with endless graduate students, which means a few pugilistic remarks punctuate our conversation even when we are in “violent agreement.”I asked him to come onto the LTL podcast to talk about Managerialism. He and Robert R. Locke co-wrote the book Confronting Managerialism—How the Business Elite and their Schools Threw our Lives out of Balance.Dr. Spender makes it clear from the get-go that controversy related to managerialism must be seen in terms of conflicting values. By necessity, there are distinct values driving people who are involved in the financial or operational details of large organizations. He believes critics of managerialism might suffer from the delusion that it's possible to run a complex organization without applying attention and resources to maintaining the multiplicity of needs of the enterprise itself. This “idiotic and fruitless” stance ignores the fact that friction between managers and professionals represents an inevitable clash of values.In this episode Dr. Spender says “The issues of managerialism in the healthcare sector are extraordinarily important--they are the cutting edge of getting a sense of how on earth do we manage these systems?”In this episode:-Principles and theory—the scaffolding for the actual practice of a profession-Tacit knowledge—you won't escape this podcast without a clear picture of the critical nature of experiential learning-Principles and theory must step aside to allow tacit knowledge, practice, and the “real you” to assert agency in times of uncertainty-The mystifying chasm between the business community and business school curriculum-The “deadly, fatal” loss of critique in academic business literature-Business school faculty priorities: getting published, tenured, and pensioned-Being “present” vs. sacrificing yourself to a principleMeet J.-C. Spender, PhDDr. Spender is a Research Professor at Kozminski University, Warsaw; an Emeritus Research Fellow, Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership; and a Visiting Scholar with Fordham Center for Humanistic Management. He served in Royal Navy submarines and he worked with Rolls-Royce on nuclear propulsion, IBM on financial computing, and as an investment banker before earning a PhD at the Manchester Business School (UK). He retired in 2003 as Dean of the School of Business & Technology at FIT/SUNY (New York). He has published eight books, and over 100 journal articles and book chapters. His most recent book is Business Strategy: Managing Uncertainty, Opportunity, and Enterprise (Oxford UP 2014) which is his dissident view of strategy as a practice that includes the need to manage a business's creative responses to uncertainty. He also writes about the theory and ethics of the firm, business strategy, and the history of management education. In 2014 he was awarded an honorary doctorate in economics by the Lund University School of Economics & Management. He is also Commissioning Editor for the Cambridge University Press Elements in Business Strategy.For details of his current work, broader interests, and a detailed resume go to: https://jcspender.com/For a Glossary of Sorts (aka Spenderisms) in this episode, read the 10/19/21 Licensed to Lead newsletter (and for heaven's sake: subscribe!): https://bit.ly/LTLmoreinfo
Le Royaume-Uni cherche des fonds pour financer sa révolution verte. Une grande conférence des investisseurs étrangers est prévue aujourd'hui à Londres pour financer la transition énergétique. Les grands fonds publics et privés étrangers sont invités à découvrir les innovations britanniques les plus performantes pour décarboner l'économie. Un grand raout sur le modèle de Choose France du président Macron. Les hôtes du président français ont eu droit aux ors de Versailles, ceux de Boris Johnson sont conviés ce mardi soir à un dîner avec la reine d'Angleterre. Auparavant ils découvriront entre autres le projet de la mini centrale nucléaire de Rolls Royce, ou encore le bus à hydrogène à double pont, déjà en circulation dans la ville pétrolière d'Aberdeen, en Ecosse. Quinze jours avant l'ouverture de la Cop 26, Boris Johnson voudrait présenter son pays en modèle de la transition énergétique, mais il a surtout urgemment besoin de trouver des financements pour concrétiser ces avancées. Le Royaume-Uni doit trouver 50 milliards d'euros d'ici 2030 pour financer sa transition Depuis novembre il a réuni environ 9 milliards d'euros. Un résultat honorable mais il faut maintenant accélérer la cadence pour tenir les promesses : l'élimination des émissions de carbone d'ici 2050. Les Britanniques voulaient avoir réduit 78% des émissions d'ici 2035, au rythme actuel, seulement un cinquième de cet objectif sera réalisé. Parmi les trouvailles dont s'enorgueillit le Royaume-Uni pour cette révolution verte, certains projets ont été développés grâce à des fonds européens. C'est le cas de la super hydrolienne de la start up Orbital. Elle utilise la force de la marée pour produire de l'électricité. Maintenant que les subsides de Bruxelles se sont évaporés, le Premier ministre cherche à séduire de nouveaux partenaires, bien au-delà des mers et des frontières européennes. Boris Johnson compte notamment sur les fonds souverains des pays pétroliers pour financer cette révolution verte Parmi les fonds du Golfe,. Mubadala, le fonds des Emirats Arabes Unis, a déjà promis 12 milliards d'euros. Londres espère séduire maintenant les Saoudiens. Pour les amadouer, le gouvernement a exercé des pressions amicales pour faciliter la vente du club de football de NewCastle au PIF, le Public Investment Fund de la pétromonarchie. La participation de ces fonds souverain, ou encore de celui de Singapour, est cruciale pour élargir l'horizon des Britanniques car le Global Britain vendu par Boris Johnson avant le Brexit apparait aujourd'hui bien chimérique. La Chine par exemple sera très peu représentée lors de ce sommet. Aucun contrat ne sera annoncé avec ce pays devenu indésirable outre-manche. Plus question de laisser les Chinois construire et financer les nouvelles centrales nucléaires ou encore le réseau 5G. L'allié américain a primé sur la relation privilégiée que le Royaume-Uni voulait développer avec la Chine ? Boris Johnson a eu beau déclaré hier lundi à nos confrères de Bloomberg que les investissements chinois sont toujours les bienvenus, mais dorénavant limités aux activités non stratégiques. Il peine à convaincre puisqu'il n'a pas défini ce que cette appellation recouvre. De fait, les investissements chinois outre-manche sont en net repli depuis que Huawei a été exclu de la 5G sous la pression américaine. Et le récent accord Aukus passé avec l'Australie et les Etats-Unis est clairement perçu comme un alignement des Britanniques sur les intérêts américains. Aujourd'hui à Londres le tiers des 200 hôtes conviés arrivent des Etats-Unis. Avec en vedette Bill Gates, les dirigeants des fonds BlackRock, BlackStone, et bien sûr ceux des grandes banques américaines comme Goldman Sachs et JP Morgan. ►En bref Jeff Bezos, le patron d'Amazon pourrait avoir menti au Congrès américain Amazon aurait utilisé les données des vendeurs hébergés sur sa plateforme au profit de ses produits selon des révélations de la presse américaine. Des pratiques que le géant du commerce en ligne et plusieurs des hauts dirigeants de son groupe n'ont pas reconnu lors de leur audition devant le congrès. Des parlementaires républicains et démocrates lui ont écrit pour avoir des explications, ils pourraient demander l'ouverture d'une enquête criminelle.
What makes a powerful personal brand and how can you build one that endures? We outline all the steps you need to follow to craft an authentic brand narrative that will help you get noticed, remembered and results. Rob Levinson is a seasoned brand strategist who's worked for global consumer brands such as DeBeers, Rolls-Royce, BMW and more. Now he's the principal of Leverage Advisors which helps grow middle-market B2B businesses, as well as a Personal Brand Coach which helps people to develop brand stories that get them noticed & remembered. He's also a lecturer at Boston Uni, and a former Wall Street Journal online columnist. If you're wanting to improve & grow your personal brand, this episode is for you!
After a little chit chat, Ron and Tom talk a little bit about the new electric Rolls Royce Spirit of Innovation airplane and they also go over the FAA's Survey of UAS Operators. ******************* Take a moment to fill out our listener survey: https://rcplanelab.com/listener-survey/ We want you to be our guest! Fill out the form: https://rcplanelab.com/guest Support us by becoming a Patron! https://rcplanelab.com/patreon Or Support us by donating through Paypal https://paypal.me/rcplanelab Questions, comments? Email: Ron@rcplanelab.com Tom@rcplanelab.com Text or leave a voicemail: (818) 351-9846 Website: https://rcplanelab.com Forums: https://forums.rcplanelab.com
In the 5DNEWS section we discuss a new writing addition to the 5D Pop Culture Website, namely Maria Robertson who will be coming the Aberdeen-focused music and theatre scene. In a continuation of the self-indulgent-it's all about-me, me, me theme we also mention that co-host Stuart will soon be a non-other than esteemed panel judge member of the ‘Don't look now horror film fest'….fame and fortune at last. In addition the recent successful release in terms of critical and box office response fore the latest Jame Bond film, No time to die, is talked about……even though we haven't seen it yet……..If all that wasn't enough we also chat about the new Amazon MMORPG and there's a little bit of Rolls Royce talk too. In the main review section we talk about two recent streaming releases, Prime Video's ‘Free Guy' featuring Ryan Reynolds and the Netflix release of ‘The Guilty' featuring Jake Gyllenhaal. We always love to hear from the foolhardy souls who listen to this podcast so feel free to send any views, comments, questions, criticisms (hopefully not), or outright proclamations of love and adoration in the comments section below or directly via the 5D Website at 5d-blog.com. Also, if you would like to subscribe for free to receive email newsletter updates from 5D then just complete the ‘Subscribe' section on the 5D Website.
Jeymes Samuel and Regina King talk about their new Western, The Harder They Fall. Plus we have reviews of Claudia Llosa's Fever Dream; animation The Addams Family 2, a sequel to the 2019 animated film, in which The Addams get tangled up in more wacky adventures and find themselves involved in hilarious run-ins with all sorts of unsuspecting characters; John and the Hole, a coming-of-age psychological thriller; black comedy Deadly Cuts, set in a working-class Dublin hair salon; drama My Little Sister; Romantic Road, a documentary about a leading London lawyer and his wife who motor across rural India in their battered 1936 Rolls-Royce; documentary Pier Kids, about about the gay and transgender youth who congregate around Manhattan's Chelsea Piers; and Steven Soderbergh's No Sudden Move, which stars Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro and David Harbour, about a group of criminals who are brought together under mysterious circumstances. Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week, and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week. Send us your sub-20 second instant reaction to any film attached to an email to email@example.com for our feature ‘Lobby Correspondents'. Download our podcast from the Baby Sea Clowns app. We welcome your contributions: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @wittertainment 09.42: CORRESPONDENCE 31.26: CELEBRATING CINEMA 34.00: BOX OFFICE TOP TEN / LAST WEEK 53.11: John and the Hole 57.56: Jeymes and Regina 01.14.45: No Sudden Move 01.18.56: Bond emails 01.26.55: WTF 1 01.33.03: Deadly Cuts 01.36.22: TV MOVIES OF THE WEEK 01.40.50: My Little Sister 01.43.17: WTF 2 01.44.57: The Addams Family 2 01.49.00: Fever Dream 01.51.36: LAST EVER FOOD AND DRINK IN FILMS 01.57.13: Pier Kids 02.05.36: Romantic Road 02.09.25: DVD OF THE WEEK
FOLLOW UP: ROLLS ROYCE 102EX CONCEPT CARIn response to Alan's query about the wireless charging for the 2011 102EX concept car, from Rolls Royce, Dave Monks has got in touch. He confirmed that the wireless charging did work and in fact he designed it to deal with a wide range of voltages, grid frequencies and types of charging interface. There was only one model and they drove it around the world to show it working. Thank you Dave, for putting us straight! NEW CAR REGISTRATION FIGURES SEPTEMBER 2021SMMT has released the UK's September New Car Registration figures and they are the lowest since September 1998. On the upside, it is the best month for battery electric vehicles. Tesla is the most registered, so a boat must have docked, with the Vauxhall Corsa being the top registered car year to date. The Spreadsheet of Doom is predictably doomy. To find out more, click here for the SMMT article. FISKER APPOINTS ASTON MARTIN ENGINEER David King, the former Aston Martin engineer who was head of their Special Vehicle Operations, will head up Fisker's new UK-based special vehicles division. He is tasked with showcasing the use of specialised materials and technologies. To find out more, click the Autocar story here. FORD DITCHING MORE DIESEL OPTIONSThe Mondeo, Galaxy and S-Max will no longer be offered with a diesel engine option, joining the Fiesta. They will, instead, have a petrol hybrid choice which is very close to the same efficiency and better with the emissions. The Kuga and Focus retain diesel engines, for now. To find out more, click here for the Autocar article. BIRMINGHAM LOW-TRAFFIC PLANBirmingham has proposed making the centre of the city a low-traffic area. Using existing roads, the idea is instead of funnelling cars through the centre of the city but turn them back to the ring road and travel to another of the seven zones that will be created. To read more, click The Guardian article here. ABB LAUNCHES FASTEST EVE CHARGERABB has released information on their Terra 360 modular charging station, which will be able to charge four different vehicles at the same time but is also flexible in the charging rates it can deliver that to each of the vehicles. Added to this, they claim that an EV can be fully charged in 15 minutes. To find out more, click here for the Business Motoring article. WARRINGTON INSTALLING ON-STREET CHARGERSConnected kerb, in partnership with Warrington Council, are installing 30 on-street charging stations for houses without off-street parking. To find out more, click the Connected Kerb article here. ——————————————————————————-If you like what we do, on this show, and think it is worth a £1.00, please consider supporting us via Patreon. Here is the link to that CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST——————————————————————————-WRC FINLAND Elfyn Evans won the Rally Finalnd event, clawing back 20 points on championship leader Ogier, in the process. Tanak and Breen were second and third, for Hyundai. To learn more about this brilliant win, click the DirtFish article here. For the amazing on-board footage of Evans, click the WRC link here. For DirtFish's ‘What We Learned' article, click the link here. NEW NEW CAR NEWSWhy the Chip Shortage Is So Complex There is no New New Car News, this week, but we have this topical article from Jalopnik that helps to explain the situation, from both sides of the negotiating table. Think of this as an additional Lunchtime Read. To find out more, click the link here. DESIGNERS MOOD BOARD: NIO APPOINT TWO DIRECTORSNIO, the Chinese EV company, has appointed Alister Weaver, from JLR, and Joaquin Garcia, from SEAT and Cupra, as studio directors. This is another loss for Jaguar Land Rover's design team. To read more, click here for the Autocar article. LUNCHTIME READ: PICTURE PERFECT Hagerty has a wonderful interview with Paul Howse, who's design work helped bring the P1, 570, 720 and Artura to fruition for McLaren. Paul was signed off with stress in 2020 and then was one of 1200 who were made redundant by McLaren, as a result of the impact of the Covid pandemic. However, this is a positive tale. By reading the article you will learn how well he is now doing and what he is doing, by clicking the link here. LIST OF THE WEEK: BIGGEST ESTATE CARS EVER BUILTYou know we like and estate, on this show, well here is a list of the biggest that have been made. Have a listen to Andrew and Alex's choices, then click this Autocar link here, and see if you agree or would pick something else. AND FINALLY: SILVER GHOST RE-ENACTS LONDON TO EDINBURGH RUN Bored of hearing how priceless classic cars are kept undercover in warehouses? So are we, instead you can hear about an original Rolls Royce Silver Ghost re-enacting the run it made in 1911 from London to Edinburgh, as close to the original run as possible. To find out more, click the Rolls Royce article here.
Rolls-Royce has half-billion-dollar plans in Indianapolis; a marketing company compares its growth to a Marvel movie; we visit one of the state's architectural gems; the home of the Pacers and Fever has a new name; a cutting-edge brain procedure is coming to Indiana; Purdue Polytechnic continues to be a success story; Indy Eleven is adding a women's team; and Indiana continues to be "READI" for regional growth.
Rolls Royce is considering using nuclear power to mine the moon. A Singaporean academy comes under fire for hiring clowns to promote classes to children. Mining companies are intent on plumbing the seabed for new resources, but critics fear it will lead to disaster. All this and more in this week's Strange News. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
- Lordstown Could Sell Plant to Foxconn - Toyota Might Return to IndyCar - Honda Jumps into VTOL Business - GM Launches New Software Platform - Rolls-Royce Going All-Electric By 2030 - Genesis Reveals More GV60 Details - Ford Going After DIY and Maker Crowd with New Maverick - Public EV Charging Business Model Is Flawed
Idle Detection API en Chrome / YouTube anti-anti-vacunas / Los trabajadores IT solo quieren remoto / DeepMind se mete a la meteorología / Rolls Royce solo eléctricos / Paint nuevo en Windows 11 Patrocinador: La gala de premios Huawei Next Image son el mayor concurso de fotografía móvil https://consumer.huawei.com/es/community/next-image/ del mundo. Más de dos millones de personas de todo el mundo han participado, y este año viene con más premios que nunca. — Las inscripciones están abiertas https://consumer.huawei.com/es/community/next-image/ hasta el 30 de noviembre, y puedes participar en múltiples categorías. Si algún lector gana que lo comparta conmigo, ¿eh? Idle Detection API en Chrome / YouTube anti-anti-vacunas / Los trabajadores IT solo quieren remoto / DeepMind se mete a la meteorología / Rolls Royce solo eléctricos / Paint nuevo en Windows 11 Chrome abre un nuevo conflicto de privacidad con el API de detección de inactividad. En el nuevo Chrome 94 las páginas y aplicaciones web pueden solicitar al usuario https://www.theregister.com/2021/09/22/google_emits_chrome_94_with/ saber si está tecleando, moviendo el ratón, ha minimizado la pantalla, etc. Útil por ejemplo para ahorrar batería, pero peligroso como método para seguimiento y vigilancia. Apple y Mozilla se oponen a convertirlo en estándar, pero el peso de Chrome lo convierte en uno de facto. YouTube eliminará todo el contenido anti-vacunación más allá del Covid-19. Las políticas de moderación que hace unos meses prohibían cualquier vídeo de desinformación sobre las vacunas del coronavirus se expande ahora a las vacunas https://es.gizmodo.com/youtube-anuncia-que-prohibe-todos-los-videos-antivacuna-1847770938 de cualquier tipo de enfermedad. Una excepción razonable: vídeos sobre "testimonios y experiencias personales". Los trabajadores IT en España se plantan: buscan trabajo remoto o máxima flexibilidad. Una encuesta de más de 800 trabajadores revela que la capacidad para trabajar de forma flexible en horarios y ubicación (en el tiempo y el espacio) es la primera condición para el 85 y 83% https://drive.google.com/file/d/1e8qXQIEcsWoGV1bHUFfirOS66L552KaO/view a la hora de elegir un nuevo empleo. El 80% de los empleados de IT dejarían su empresa por otra que ofreciese un puesto 100% remoto. El teclado de copiar y pegar de StackOverflow ahora es real. Aunque hemos visto varios de estos "teclados de dos teclas" en el pasado, el de esta compañía es quizá el más memorable por el rol de SO en la vida de muchos programadores. — Solo son 30$ https://drop.com/buy/stack-overflow-the-key-macropad y no me queda claro si está agotado o no. Apple publica sus propias apps en la App Store. 14 años tras la llegada de la App Store, los usuarios de iPhone ya pueden poner sus comentarios y valoraciones https://9to5mac.com/2021/09/29/rate-and-review-apple-iphone-built-in-apps/. La mejor, con 4 estrellas, para la aplicación del tiempo, y la peor: Apple Podcasts, con tan solo dos estrellas. — Cero sorpresas. DeepMind busca pronosticar si lloverá o no en los próximos 90 minutos. Un nuevo proyecto de la empresa de IA consistente en entrenar sus algoritmos de aprendizaje profundo con los datos de radares meteorológicos para buscar pronósticos a corto plazo. — Según la agencia meteo de Reino Unido: el mejor pronóstico el 89% de ocasiones https://deepmind.com/blog/article/nowcasting. — Tenéis los modelos pre-entrenados y código en GitHub https://github.com/deepmind/deepmind-research/tree/master/nowcasting. A pesar de las increíbles capacidades de sensores y computación, la meteorología sigue siendo muy caótica. Hace unos meses en Kernel nos adentrábamos en sus misterios https://mixx.io/2021/03/25/el-misterioso-mundo-de-la-meteorologia/ y por qué es tan difícil saber el tiempo de mañana. Países Bajos multa a Samsung por inflar el precio de sus televisores. Presionaba a las tiendas para mantener unos precios mínimos y evitar que los consumidores pudieran conseguir mayores rebajas. Los reguladores incluso parecen haber vislumbrado técnicas de cartel con otros fabricantes. 40 millones de euros. https://www.reuters.com/business/samsung-fined-47-mln-price-fixing-netherlands-2021-09-29/?taid=61545ea2b22f05000156a3d9. Rolls Royce solo fabricará coches eléctricos en 2030. Otro fabricante más https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/29/luxury-carmaker-rolls-royce-to-switch-to-all-electric-vehicles-by-2030.html que se adelanta a las leyes que prohibirán los coches de gasolina. Aunque Rolls no tiene aún ningún eléctrico, aunque justo ayer presentaron el esperado Spectre, que llegará en 2023 https://youtu.be/MOa7TLdHK8c?t=497. No planean híbridos ni hidrógeno, solo 100% eléctricos de batería. China empieza a racionar la electricidad y el consumo energético. Los próximos meses parecen que van a ser duros a nivel mundial según los expertos. China está actuando, quizá, de canario en la mina con cortes eléctricos programados en la mitad del país https://www.lavanguardia.com/economia/20210929/7753918/sasss.html, parones de días en algunas industrias, y otras medidas de urgencia. La falta de componentes dispara el precio de los paneles solares. Los polisilicios necesarios para cualquier panel fotovoltaico quintuplican su precio en el mercado https://twitter.com/solar_chase/status/1442764400771928067 en cuestión de semanas por la falta de producción. La gráfica es demoledora https://twitter.com/javierblas/status/1442872704219037698?s=28. Las sondas marcianas entran en su siesta bienal. Cada año hay más robots en Marte, pero cada dos años el planeta rojo y el nuestro están en posiciones opuestas separados por el Sol, y las comunicaciones no son fáciles. Las agencias espaciales les han dejado deberes https://www.theregister.com/2021/09/29/nasa_mars_conjunction/ para estas dos semanas. Microsoft publica la versión alfa del renovado Paint. Tras la extraña versión de hace unos años con elementos tridimensionales, Windows 11 renovará la mítica aplicación que ya está disponible dentro del canal de Insiders. Lamentablemente es bastante inestable de momento https://microsofters.com/179787/el-nuevo-diseno-de-microsoft-paint-ya-esta-disponible-en-el-canal-dev/ a pesar de ser un programa sencillo.
"Scenting is something luxury brands have always done, and paid attention to. Sense of smell has always been pivotal in the HALO market--two of the most famous brands that focus on it are Equinox and SoulCycle," states Daniel Zimmon, Founder of NatScent. He and Pete discuss the strong use case for creating a unique scent, empirical data behind the effectiveness (and very high ROI!) of scenting, the results of a famous NIKE experiment, and some examples of how this is used by companies like Wynn hotels, Aveda, Apple, Mercedes, Rolls Royce and others. This is something that should be strongly considered by any HALO company. Click here for complete transcript.
Show #1228 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Wednesday 29th September. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. LUCID AIR IS OFFICIALLY IN PRODUCTION "After years of anticipation, the Lucid Air is finally hitting the roads. Lucid Motors has confirmed that production of the all-new luxury EV is now underway at its gleaming new factory in Casa Grande, Arizona. The first lot of customer cars, known as the 2022 Lucid Air Dream Edition, rolled off the assembly line on Tuesday, with deliveries slated to begin in late October." says The Robb Report: "Limited to 520, this $169,000 four-wheeler is a high-powered riff on Lucid's flagship electric sedan and boasts an industry-leading range of up to 520 miles, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). That makes it the longest-range, battery-powered vehicle the agency has ever rated. The new Arizona factory, which is set across a sprawling 590-acre site, will comprise an Advanced Manufacturing Plant (AMP-1) and a Lucid Powertrain Manufacturing (LPM-1) facility that will allow the marque to build all the necessary components in-house to theoretically speed up production and save on costs." Read more: https://robbreport.com/motors/cars/2022-lucid-air-dream-edition-production-1234638256/ CUPRA BEGINS A NEW ERA WITH THE PRODUCTION OF BORN "CUPRA has begun the series production of its first 100% electric car, the CUPRA Born, at the Zwickau plant in Germany. CEO Wayne Griffiths and the company's Executive Committee members visited Europe's largest electric vehicle plant to mark the start of production of the new model. The CUPRA Born will also be present at Automobile Barcelona 2021, which kicks off next Thursday 30th September and will mark the start of the model's international launch plan" With the launch of this model, which will be on the market from November, a new distribution strategy for a different customer relationship with the agency model will be launched. In addition, customers will have the option to contract the CUPRA Born through a subscription model. The Zwickau plant is the Volkswagen Group's first production plant for 100% electric vehicles and is considered the largest and most efficient electric factory in Europe. With a daily output of up to 1,400 vehicles, the German plant has an annual production capacity of around 330,000 electric cars. In addition to the CUPRA Born, four other models, the Volkswagen ID3, the Volkswagen ID4, the Audi Q4 e-tron and the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron, are produced at the plant. Read more: https://www.seat-mediacenter.com/smc/cupra-brand/cupra-news/2021/CUPRA-begins-a-new-era-with-the-production-of-its-first-100-per-cent-electric-car-the-CUPRA-Born.html GM'S BRIGHTDROP STARTS PRODUCTION OF ITS EV600 ELECTRIC DELIVERY VAN "In January, General Motors created a new electric vehicle brand. It's called BrightDrop, and like GM's legacy brands that are electrifying, it, too, will use the company's forthcoming Ultium batteries and Ultium Drive electric motors. Unlike the rest of GM's brands, this one is aimed squarely at the fleet market. At the time, GM CEO Mary Barra revealed that Fedex would be BrightDrop's first customer. On Tuesday, BrightDrop announced that Verizon will also start using the electric vans." according to Ars Technica: "Verizon will use a second BrightDrop vehicle, called the EV410. This uses the same battery pack and motor as the EV600 that we saw in FedEx colors at the start of the year. It will also offer the same 250-mile (402 km) range and come with the same package of safety systems. Meanwhile, BrightDrop is completing the first production EV600s, which are destined to start work for Fedex this holiday season." Read more: https://arstechnica.com/cars/2021/09/verizon-will-be-the-first-customer-for-brightdrops-new-electric-van/ TESLA SEEKS COVID RULES WAIVER TO HOST 9,000 AT BERLIN 'GIGA-FEST' "Tesla (TSLA.O), well-versed in German bureaucracy as it tries to build a huge factory near Berlin, is seeking a waiver from COVID-19 rules on mass gatherings to host up to 9,000 people at a "Giga-Fest" to showcase its plans." according to Retuters today: "The electric vehicle maker, which began construction in the town of Grunheide in December 2019 but is still awaiting final approval for its site, announced in August it would hold an event on Oct. 9 to let locals see the factory in construction. Local authorities told Reuters the company had applied for permission to have 9,000 people on-site, beyond pandemic rules which limit such gatherings to 5,000. A website set up to register for the event says the day will involve a "behind the scenes" factory tour and the opportunity to ride in a Model Y, the car that will be produced on-site if the factory is approved." Read more: https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/tesla-seeks-covid-rules-waiver-host-9000-berlin-giga-fest-2021-09-28/ TESLA AND NEOEN WILL RESUME TESTING OF BIG BATTERY IN AUSTRALIA "Renewable energy giant Neoen plans to switch its Tesla Megapacks back on at the Victorian Big Battery in Southeast Australia this week, after a fire in late July at the energy storage site. Victoria's safety regulator for electricity, gas and pipelines has granted Neoen and Tesla permission for “re-energisation testing of the Victorian Big Battery,” Neoen said in an emailed statement on Monday." according to Lora Kolodny at CNBC: "The Victorian Big Battery is owned and operated by Neoen and is one of the world's largest energy storage systems. It's intended to help avoid blackouts in the region and power homes using electricity from renewable power sources like solar and wind. The fire at the battery site in Geelong, Victoria, took place on July 30. Two Tesla Megapacks erupted into flames at the 300 megawatt (450 megawatt hours) facility. No injuries were reported, but the fire triggered a toxic air alert to surrounding neighborhoods." Read more: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/27/neoen-to-turn-tesla-megapacks-back-on-in-big-battery-after-july-fire.html AIRBNB INSURANCE HEAD JOINS RIVIAN "Laura Langone, head of insurance operations at Airbnb, has left to join Rivian. She'll join as director of insurance and risk management at the business. s well as Airbnb, where she was also responsible for its captive, she has also held positions with PayPal and computer networking company Juniper Networks." says Captive International: "Rivian, like its larger competitor Tesla, has established a captive to provide insurance for its vehicles, with the product integrated into the ordering process. While Tesla's insurance is, so far, only available for owners in California, Rivian's is currently available in 40 US states. It is also offering cover for owners' homes, boats, campers and other vehicles." Read more: https://www.captiveinternational.com/news/airbnb-insurance-head-joins-rivian-4467 50 SPECIAL EDITION SKODA ENYAQ IVS ARE COMING TO THE UK "Just 50 right-hand-drive examples of the new Skoda Enyaq iV Founders Edition will come to the UK, with each costing £46,725. The exclusive special-edition electric cars will come with a range of internal and external design tweaks, including the illuminated “Crystal Face” grille with 130 LEDs." reveals Motor1.com: "Inside, every Founders Edition car will have a unique plaque on the steering wheel featuring the number of the car, while Piano Black trim strips will adorn the dashboard. The seats will be covered in black leather with brown piping, while the floor mats will also get brown piping around the edges. The car's cabin will be further decorated with black roof lining, a three-spoke heated steering wheel and aluminium pedals. Although a mere 50 Founders Edition models will come to the UK, Skoda will build 1,895 examples for customers across the world. The number pays homage to the year in which Skoda was founded by Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement." Read more: https://uk.motor1.com/news/535260/skoda-enyaq-founders-edition-uk/ ROLLS-ROYCE SPECTRE EV IS REVEALED "Rolls-Royce has formally announced plans to introduce a battery-electric coupe. Dubbed Spectre, the British super-luxe automaker's first EV will begin deliveries in late 2023, which has now become a key milestone in Rolls-Royce's roadmap to full electrification by the end of the decade." says Autoblog; "Apart from the name and layout, Rolls is being stingy with specifics, telling us only that, despite what appears to be a somewhat familiar silhouette, this is an all-new model built on the company's latest architecture, like Phantom, Ghost and Cullinan. Spectre is not merely a derivative of the Wraith, RR says. And with good reason, because Wraith was engineered around the essence of its V12. Spectre's character, we expect, will be defined by its near-silent, vibration-free electric powertrain, which makes for a very different acoustic backdrop, but that's a challenge Rolls-Royce engineers are prepared – arguably even predestined – to overcome." Read more: https://www.autoblog.com/2021/09/29/rolls-royce-spectre-electric-car/ TEVVA PRESENTS 7.5 TONNE TRUCK WITH RANGE EXTENDER "The English company Tevva has presented a 7.5-tonne truck that is supposed to have a range of up to 250 kilometres in electric drive mode and a range of up to 500 kilometres with the FC range extender activated. Production of the Tevva truck is scheduled to start in July 2022." according to electrive: "the new Tevva Truck is the first UK-developed 7.5-tonne electric truck designed for mass production. The model is to be manufactured at a yet-to-be-built factory in London's Thames Freeport. When the factory there comes on stream, production capacity is expected to be 3,000 trucks per year. However, Tevva is talking about starting production at the London plant in 2023. The total cost of ownership is said to be comparable to that of a diesel vehicle and Tevva says: “From about 3,000 km or with a monthly consumption of 500 litres of diesel, the costs are identical.”" Read more: https://www.electrive.com/2021/09/28/tevva-presents-7-5-tonne-truck-with-range-extender/ UK FUEL SHORTAGE LEADS TO 1,600% SURGE IN EV ONLINE SEARCHES Read more: https://insideevs.com/news/536914/fuel-shortage-ev-online-searches/ RIDE-HAILING SERVICE OFFERS EVS AS DEFAULT OPTION https://www.nextgreencar.com/news/9232/ride-hailing-service-offers-evs-as-default-option/ NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM If you have gone back to fossil cars, or play along, imagine you HAD decided to switch back from EV to combustion, what's the reason? 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On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of the Teal Group consultancy and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — The week on Wall Street as investors grappled with macro-economic factors — Covid travel update as Washington allows European travelers to enter the United States — Implications of Beijing's “hostage diplomacy” on the international trade China depends on for its prosperity — Takeaways from Airbus recent corporate seminar including technology investment priorities on propulsion and aerodynamics — Boeing's 20-year market forecast for 8,700 jets valued at some $1.5 trillion based on 5.4 percent annual air travel growth — Rolls-Royce beats GE and Pratt & Whitney to win US Air Force's $2.6 billion contract for 650 F130 to re-engine 76 B-52 bombers — Prospects for Lockheed Martin-Airbus partnership to pursue the Air Force's “bridge” aerial tanker contract in the wake of Boeing problems with KC-46 Pegasus refueling jet — Analysis of the seven-second social media clip of what appears to be a model of a stealth aircraft on a flatbed truck at Lockheed Martin's electronics and radar cross section test facility in Helendale, Calif.
Apple Подкасты: https://bit.ly/droidercast Google Подкасты: https://bit.ly/google-droidercast Яндекс.Музыка: https://music.yandex.ru/album/9048349 00:00:00 — Начало 00:02:41 — Анонсы устройств от Microsoft https://droider.ru/post/microsoft-obnovil-linejku-surface-teper-ona-gotova-k-windows-11-22-09-2021/ 00:12:57 — Слухи про iPhone 2022 от Минг-Чи Куо https://droider.ru/post/iphone-2022-sluhi-i-prognozy-ot-ming-chi-kuo-21-09-2021/ 00:20:47 — iOS 15 и iPad OS 15 - Обновление! 00:30:17 — Когда ждать Pixel 6? И ждать ли? 00:32:34 — Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 и Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 00:43:11 — Темпоральный кристалл от Google https://www.bbc.com/russian/features-58236421 01:02:46 — Трейлер “Матрица Воскрешение” https://droider.ru/post/matricza-voskreshenie-vyshel-pervyj-trejler-chetvertoj-chasti-09-09-2021/ 01:08:15 — “Дюна” 01:14:38 — “Петровы в гриппе” 01:18:41 — “Сексуальное просвещение”, “Шумахер” на Netflix 01:21:12 — В Ясенево начнется тест беспилотного такси https://droider.ru/post/v-yasenevo-na-bespilotnike-yandeks-osenyu-nachinaet-testy-bespilotnogo-taksi-v-moskve-09-09-2021/ 01:22:04 — Starlink выйдет из беты уже в октябре https://droider.ru/post/starlink-vyjdet-iz-bety-v-oktyabre-2021-goda-20-09-2021/ 01:24:30 — Rolls-Royce запустил в полет первый электроплан https://droider.ru/post/rolls-royce-zapustil-pervyj-elektroplan-v-testovyj-polyot-20-09-2021/ 01:27:18 — Внезапный SpaceX с полностью коммерческим полётом 01:31:19 — Аниме выпуска: Божества Идатэн в мирном поколении https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H43RFbv21CY 01:34:58 — АNetflix и Apple TV+ порвали “Эмми”, а заодно HBO, Amazon и Hulu https://droider.ru/post/netflix-i-apple-tv-vychistili-emmy-2021-20-09-2021/ 01:40:07 — Финал
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