In this episode, we are joined by Sam Weitzman, the Founder, and CEO of Deep Innovations, which develops cutting-edge cloud-based technology, artificial intelligence, and computer vision to create various value-add applications. Its first product, PoolScout, runs on a proprietary platform called ScoutX and launches in August 2022. Advanced 3D mapping and IVA smart navigation technologies are used for efficient pool cleaning and maintenance. The AI-controlled robot can identify obstacles, target dirty areas, and perform scheduled, targeted, and automated cleaning. Tune in to learn more!
AMSC's Mr. David Howey meets with Mr. Mark F. Averill, Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army and member of the Senior Executive Service, to discuss the latest Safer Federal Workforce Task Force COVID-19 guidance as it pertains to the Department of Defense and Army Civilian Professionals. Talking points include updates to the Health Protection Condition (HPCON) framework, vaccination requirements, travel restrictions, and more.This is the first episode in a two-part series with Mr. Averill. The next episode will focus on the OPM's Future of Work concept and how it applies tothe Army workforce.
Raj Sarkar, CMO from 1Password and Julien Benichou, Senior Director of Partnership, Strategy, and Execution from Gen.G, join Dave to discuss making the online world a safer place and talk about helping reduce the risk of gamers being the target of hackers. Joe and Dave share some followup from listener Ryan who writes in about the catch of the day from last week's episode, and what struck him most with the scam. Dave's story is on how the government was able to seize millions in stolen cryptocurrency. Joe's story is on a scam involving diamonds and how one scammer was caught, now sentenced to 12 years in prison. Our catch of the day comes from listener Jeremy who writes in about a suspicious email he received from one of his mothers friends. She wrote him asking if he could buy her gift cards and she would pay him back. He shares how he dealt with the scammer and informed his mom, one of her friends emails may have been compromised. Links to stories: How governments seize millions in stolen cryptocurrency Jeweler who sold Trump-Maples ring sentenced to 12 years in multimillion-dollar ‘Yellow Rose' diamond scam Have a Catch of the Day you'd like to share? Email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or hit us up on Twitter
With the recent meltdown of crypto exchanges and custody apps such as Voyager (and Celisus) trapping customer funds (particularly USD holdings) users have been searching for safer centralized exchanges. Traditional brokerage accounts may hold certain assurances over crypto apps. M1 Finance is an investing super app where you can Invest, borrow, and spend, all in one place. On this episode, we're discussing regulation, ERC-20 delistings of $AMP and others, as well as crypto retirement accounts.Guest: Bob Armour , Chief Marketing Officer - M1 FinanceM1 Finance ➜ http://bit.ly/M1FinancePBN
With Safer Sport Day on August 8, Sarina Sundara Rajah, one of the four gymnasts winning a gold medal at the 1998 Commonwealth Games explains her mission for advocating for a safe sports environment in Malaysia. She is also the founding principal of Sarina Rhythmic Gymnastics Club (SRGC).Image Credit: Sarina Sundara Rajah Facebook Page
Dr. Zeyad Schwen joins the Butts & Guts podcast and shares key information about a procedure known as transperineal biopsy. Learn about this safe, more precise way to diagnose prostate cancer, as well as other innovative treatment options, during this episode.
Learn how Cisco Smart Workspaces from DNA Spaces brings together the power of the Cisco portfolio to help enterprises create safer, smarter, and more sustainable workplaces. Smart Workspaces is a cloud-based solution that provides a 3D map that allows people to visualize real-time occupancy, indoor environmental conditions (air quality and temperature), and makes it easy to locate empty meeting and collaboration spaces. Employees and guests can use this information to make informed decisions about where they work and collaborate when in the workplace. Whereas IT, facilities, and HR receive analytics to better utilize space, manage energy usage, and quickly act on health and safety concerns. Related links Learn more: https://dnaspaces.cisco.com/smart-workspaces/?dtid=opdcsnc001469 Follow us: twitter.com/ciscochampion Cisco Champion Hosts Richard Atkin (twitter.com/ukricha), ITGL, Solution Architect Kjetil Teigen Hansen (twitter.com/mrTeigen), Conscia Norge AS, System Engineer Guest Lucas Hanson, Cisco, Director, Product Management Moderator Amilee San Juan (twitter.com/amileesan1), Cisco, Customer Voices and Cisco Champion Program
Trend Micro is a global cybersecurity leader on a mission to make the world safe for exchanging digital information. Fueled by decades of security expertise, global threat research, and continuous innovation, their cybersecurity platform protects hundreds of thousands of organizations and millions of individuals across clouds, networks, devices, and endpoints. The platform delivers a range of advanced threat defense techniques optimized for environments like AWS, Microsoft, and Google, and central visibility for better, faster detection and response. In addition, the global threat research team delivers unparalleled intelligence and insights that power cybersecurity platform and help protect organizations worldwide from 100s of millions of threats daily. But I wanted to learn more about how they are helping organizations to simplify and secure their connected world. Kevin Simzer. Chief Operating Officer, Trend Micro, joins me on Tech Talks Daily to share how they are using technology to make the world a safer place. As COO, Kevin is responsible for all field operations, including global sales, marketing, business development, strategic alliances, and corporate development. Kevin has held various roles since joining Trend Micro, including CMO, Global Alliances, and Corporate Development & Strategy. Before joining Trend Micro, Kevin held a number of executive positions including COO, general manager, chief marketing officer (CMO) and VP engineering for security pioneer Entrust (now Entrust-Datacard) where he was part of the founding team. Before starting Entrust, Kevin began his career working in several product development positions while at Nortel in engineering, developing next generation networking technology. Kevin has held a number of board positions with Entrust, the Queen's University High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory, and has also served on the board of Certes Networks, an innovative cloud network security specialist.
Illicit finance poses one of the key national security challenges facing the crypto industry. How do U.S. regulators and policymakers work with stakeholders to implement solutions that may be at odds with crypto's underlying ethos of decentralization? Is crypto the driving factor behind increased ransomware activity or just a symptom? What lessons can the United States take from other governments, like the EU and the UK, in upgrading our anti-money laundering framework? Ari Redbord, Head of Legal and Government Affairs at TRM Labs, a blockchain intelligence company, joins Fault Lines for a special episode to help assess some of the national security challenges facing the crypto industry.Like this episode? Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Parkinson's Foundation (PF) has created a Hospital Care Initiative to ensure that people with PD have improved stays at the hospital when they need to go and the best practices occur. We share the stats, resources, checklists, and information that the PF has gathered to help people with Parkinsons, their family members, and their healthcare providers. Check out the resources in the link below: https://www.parkinson.org/expert-care/professional-education/hospital-care-initiative Clinical Recommendations for Hospital Care of People with Parkinson's (includes a medication chart and other resourceful info): https://secure3.convio.net/prkorg/site/DocServer/Clincial_Recommendations.pdf?_ga=2.172708643.1291904141.1658971735-274626827.1637725396 Clinical Checklists (ED, Admission, Perioperative, Discharge: https://secure3.convio.net/prkorg/site/DocServer/Clinical_Checklists.pdf?_ga=2.182672294.1291904141.1658971735-274626827.1637725396 Get the mentorship you're craving inside NeuroSpark! Join the waitlist to be the first to know when we open again: www.neurocollaborative.com/neurospark Email us at email@example.com to let us know if you also received a grant and how you'll be using it! We're on the Top 20 Neurology Podcasts on Feedspot https://blog.feedspot.com/neurology_podcasts/
Van and Rachel break down President Biden's Safer America Plan to fight violent crime (10:39), the latest news regarding Brittney Griner and a potential prisoner exchange (25:42), and Kyler Murray's contractually obligated study (50:38). Plus, Marc Goldwein, Senior Policy Director for the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, joins to discuss the Inflation Reduction Act (56:53). Hosts: Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay Guest: Marc Goldwein Producer: Donnie Beacham Jr. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Howard Safer, CPA/PFS, fell into financial planning when he worked for business owners who valued Howard's ability to respond to personal finance questions and bring balance to their lives above all other services. He shares his story and nuggets of wisdom in this PFP Section podcast guided by Lyle Benson, CPA/PFS. Howard discusses: Why trust companies are a great platform for CPAs to provide these services How CPA tax professionals can provide value in the investment area Why tax expertise is second to none in being able to provide sound financial planning advice How he integrates lifestyle planning into his services and how this plays into the future of financial planning Access resources related to this podcast: Note: If you're using a podcast app that does not hyperlink to the resources, visit http://pfplanning.libsyn.com/ to access show notes with direct links. Access the financial planning checklist to identify opportunities from your client's tax return. Use the personal finance scorecard to have your clients rate themselves in the areas of financial planning. This episode is brought to you by the AICPA's Personal Financial Planning Section, the premier provider of information, tools, advocacy and guidance for professionals who specialize in providing tax, estate, retirement, risk management and investment planning advice. Also, by the CPA/PFS credential program, which allows CPAs to demonstrate competence and confidence in providing these services to their clients. Visit us online at www.aicpa.org/pfp to join our community, gain access to valuable member-only benefits or learn about our PFP certificate program. Subscribe to the PFP Podcast channel at Libsyn to find all the latest episodes or search “AICPA Personal Financial Planning” on your favorite podcast app.
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General thoughts on Kurt Busch missing Pocono with concussion-like symptoms and acknowledging racing's inherent dangers (1:30); the variables (and accompanying risks) that make racing different from other pro sports (3:30); why safety is a community issue (5:30); tracing the origins of the last safety revolution in NASCAR (7:15); reflecting on an era when conversations in NASCAR were contentious about safety (11:00); what's happening with drivers in Next Gen crashes (15:00); a focus on the headrest and foam (17:00); staying proactive while acknowledging that “driving a race car is not a safe endeavor” (18:00); what's the next step for the SAFER barrier? (20:00); “Things happen at speed” – understanding the risks drivers accept and the indescribable feeling of what it's like to hit walls at 190 mph (22:00).
Expat Thailand EP332: COVID! Why I feel Safer here in Thailand? - I think Q4 and Q1 of 2023 will be bad. - Future lockdowns? - Thailand is better for your overall Health! Our Mission: Assisting our affluent clientele (and investors) in relocating their luxury lifestyle to Thailand, and creating an "Income-Generating" real estate portfolio. Specializing in Bangkok & Beach Cities. - Beachfront Homes starting $1M (USD). - Oceanfront Luxury condos with unobstructed views of the ocean starting $500k (USD). - Bangkok 3 to 4 story "Brownstones" (luxury townhomes) starting $750k (USD). - Bangkok Luxury single-family detached homes (in gated communities) starting $500k USD. - Beachfront boutique hotels starting $1M. Please Subscribe to our Podcast Shows & YouTube Channel (over 200+ Episodes)! - Expat Thailand - International Real Estate Investor iTunes Apple Podcasts - Spotify - Google Podcasts - Amazon Music (Audible): @WillRoadhouse See you in Thailand! Will & Aoy Roadhouse Will@1Compass.net Roadhouse International (Thailand Commercial & Luxury Real Estate). Specializing in Beachfront Homes & Boutique Hotels. International Real Estate Consultant & Asset Management. Compass Group International (est. 2002). All Social Media & Podcast Apps (search): Will Roadhouse --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/willroadhouse/support
In our most recent episode of We've Got Issues, we had the pleasure of speaking with M.E. Malone, the Deputy Director of the Betsy Lehman Center for Patient Safety. Prior to joining the Betsy Lehman Center in 2014, Malone spent 25 years as a journalist covering government affairs. During our conversation we discussed a variety of important health and safety topics, with a focus on using effective communications to produce the highest level of medical care in Massachusetts.
We all deserve to be safe in our homes, neighborhoods, and communities. And we all want this. But it is NOT police that make communities safe. STOP FALLING FOR THIS LIE. The safest communities in America hardly have police. They have these 3 things...Wealth, access to resources, and quality education from pre-school to grad school. That's ACTUALLY what makes communities safe. Let me unpack and explain it.
We all deserve a second chance. But what if you never got a first? Victor Dickson leads the Safer Foundation, which supports the social and economic reintegration of formerly incarcerated people. The Foundation's diverse services, including workforce development and mental health counseling, help people who are held back by violence, substance abuse, and poverty build the habits of happy and prosocial life. In this episode, I talk with Victor about the barriers and solutions to prisoner reentry and about the role models that supported him in his own professional journey. Mentioned During the Show https://saferfoundation.org/ (Safer Foundation) https://about.att.com/innovation/ip/brands/history (Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. (now AT&T)) https://www.t-mobile.com/?src=spr&rdpage=/ (Sprint (now T-Mobile)) https://www.aei.org/research-products/report/the-power-of-the-success-sequence/ (Success Sequence) https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/9781118970843.ch45 (Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs) https://ecsphilly.org/people/beth-babcock-phd/ (Elisabeth Babcock) https://wfboston.org/partners/economic-mobility-pathways/ (Economic Mobility Pathways (EMPath)) https://health.gov/healthypeople/priority-areas/social-determinants-health (Social Determinants of Health) https://nicic.gov/assign-library-item-package-accordion/criminal-justice-reform-mass-incarceration (Mass Incarceration) http://civilrightsdocs.info/pdf/criminal-justice/Re-Entry-Fact-Sheet.pdf (Barriers to Prisoner Reentry) https://www.samhsa.gov/criminal-juvenile-justice/sim-overview (Sequential Intercept Model (SIM)) https://www.illinoiscourts.gov/News/1053/Supreme-Court-Mental-Health-Task-Force-leading-change/news-detail/ (Illinois Supreme Court SIM) https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/depts/cdph/provdrs/healthy_living/news/2021/june/chicago-department-of-public-health-releases-the-state-of-health.html (Race Health Disparities in Chicago) https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-88.2616538,9.44z (Mental Health Providers by Area in Chicago) https://www.hks.harvard.edu/publications/intergenerational-effects-parental-incarceration (Intergenerational Effects of Incarceration) https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2021/06/22/digital-divide-persists-even-as-americans-with-lower-incomes-make-gains-in-tech-adoption/ (Digital Divide Across Income Groups) https://www.sentencingproject.org/publications/a-new-lease-on-life/ (Recidivism Rates) https://www.themarshallproject.org/2021/12/02/banned-from-jobs-people-released-from-prison-fight-laws-that-keep-punishing-them (Legal Barriers to Employment of Former Prisoners) https://cepr.net/report/the-price-we-pay-economic-costs-of-barriers-to-employment-for-former-prisoners-and-people-convicted-of-felonies/ (Economic Cost of Barriers to Employment)
Head trauma in sports like football has been a growing concern in the sports world. This has been partially fueled by the discovery of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a progressive brain disease resulting from too much head trauma. There have been numerous studies on the effects of head trauma in sports. For Dr. Kei Kawata, …
Fifty-three years today, human beings landed on Earth’s moon. As far as I know, they didn’t stay very long but I’ve not had the chance to check out the scene myself. But with enough subscriptions to Charlottesville Community Engagement, I will consider purchasing a rocket just to make sure. For now, it’s the July 20, 2022 edition of the program and I’m your lunatic host, Sean Tubbs. On today’s program:The city of Charlottesville opens up cooling centers as temperatures continue to climbInterim Charlottesville City Manager Michael C. Rogers and his staff provide updates on the Crescent Halls bus stop as well as efforts to make walking school routes saferChamber’s Minority Business Alliance seeking applications for 2022 Vanguard AwardA local brewery unveils the official lager of the University of Virginia Charlottesville wants more people to apply to various boards and commissionToday’s first shout-out: Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards to lead more walksIn today’s first subscriber supported public supported public service announcement: Want to know more about our majestic wooden neighbors that help purify the air and provide shade on these hot summer days? The Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards have two upcoming walks where you can learn more about trees in the area: This Saturday at 9 a.m., a group will be led through Darden Towe Park beginning at the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center to see Ancient tOsage Orange trees, a historic Monticello Tulip Tree, elm tree devastation due to the emerald ash borer, and common deciduous and conifer trees. (register)On July 29 at 9 a.m, three stewards will lead a walk through Belmont with about twenty stops to explore urban (register)Become a member, and you’ll get access to even more Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards events!Charlottesville opens up cooling centersWith temperatures this week in the 90’s and possibly above, the city of Charlottesville has officially launched several places where people can go to stay out of the heat. Key Recreation Center, Tonsler Recreation Center, and the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library have been designated as cooling centers during the day until further notice. Key Recreation Center is located at 800 E. Market Street. The hours of operation are 5:30pm– 9pm Monday through Friday; 1pm– 6pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tonsler Recreation Center is located at 501 Cherry Avenue. The hours of operation are Noon – 9pm Monday through Friday; 1pm-6pm Saturday and closed on Sunday.Jefferson – Madison Regional Library (Central Branch) is located at 201 E. Market Street. The hours of operation are 9am-9pm Monday through Thursdays; 9am-5pm Friday and Saturday; closed Sunday.Planning for heat for near-term, long-termThe Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission is working on an update of the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan, which is intended to help coordinate public response to natural disasters. There’s a section on extreme heat that may be useful to know at a time when heat records are being surpassed across Europe. “Extreme heat can be defined as temperatures that hover 10°F or more above the average high temperature for the region, last for prolonged periods of time, and are often accompanied by high humidity,” reads page H-25 of the plan. “Under normal conditions, the human body’s internal thermostat produces perspiration that evaporates and cools the body. However, in extreme heat and high humidity, evaporation is slowed, and the body must work much harder to maintain a normal temperature.”As with COVID-19, extreme heat effects take a toll more strongly on the elderly, people with respiratory difficulties, and those with other health vulnerabilities. The City of Charlottesville recently produced a summary of hazards associated with climate change. (read the report)“The climate models show that by 2050, Charlottesville may experience more than twice as many extreme heat events annually as there were in 2020,” reads page 3 of that report. “By 2100, there may be almost seven times as many.” One way to cool off is at an outdoor pool. Both Albemarle County and the city of Charlottesville have struggled to fill positions this summer. Charlottesville has offered signing bonuses for lifeguards and pool managers, but Deputy Parks and Recreation Director Vic Garber told City Council on Monday that the decision to only open one outdoor pool a day is still in effect.“We are probably 70 percent there so we’re still rotating Washington Park and Onesty but we’re working very hard,” Garber said. The issue also came up at today’s meeting of the Albemarle Board of Supervisors.“In the next ten days, we’re looking at temperatures each day going over 90 up to 100,” said Supervisor Chair Donna Price. “The last seven years have been the hottest in recorded history. Climate change is real and I would ask everyone to be careful, to do what you can to reduce the heat footprint that you are creating.”Price said that includes reducing driving, drawing shades, and raising the thermostat for air conditioning. What do you do when it gets hot out? Say something in the comments. City Manager Rogers provides updates on Crescent Hall bus stop, other mattersOnce a month, interim Charlottesville City Manager Michael C. Rogers publishes a written report that summarizes recent activities. In my fifteen years of covering and monitoring Charlottesville government, this is one of the most thorough and useful documents produced by the city. (read the report)On Monday, Rogers offered some verbal updates taken from the report. Earlier this year, Charlottesville Area Transit had proposed moving a bus stop at Crescent Halls, a temporarily vacant apartment complex owned and operated by the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority. In April, the Public Housing Association of Residents pushed for CAT to reconsider and Rogers said the city has listened.“A decision has been made and the bus stop will not be moved,” Rogers said. “The bus stop will not be moved. It will stay right there so we are very pleased to make that announcement.”The stop is currently served by Route 6, which currently travels between the University of Virginia Health System, Downtown Mall, and Willoughby Shopping center. There are plans to change the route to eliminate the UVA connection, but implementation of those changes are delayed due to a lack of drivers. (Next steps for Charlottesville Area Transit route changes outlined at partnership meeting, June 24, 2022)Rogers said work continues on development of a collective bargaining ordinance and Council will have a work session at 4 p.m. on August 15. The company Venable LLP has been hired to assist with the work. A firm has also been hired to assist with a search for a new police chief.“We selected a company called Polihire out of Washington, D.C.,” Rogers said. “They will work with us on developing an aggressive community outreach program. We look forward to hearing from the community with respect to what kind of chief do they want.”The city has also hired Steve Hawkes as the director of information technology and Caroline Rice as the new Public Engagement Coordinator. Kyle Ervin will be the Public Information Officer for public safety. He was formerly the marketing coordinator for CAT. Sanders provides updates on school walk zonesDeputy City Manager Sam Sanders said the local government continues to work to address driver shortages for the school system. There are 35 days to the first day of school and there will not be as many bus routes. “We are working in collaboration with Charlottesville City Schools to solve the various issues that may result from having an additional 750 kids having to walk to school this year,” Sanders said. Last week, the Charlottesville Planning Commission told Council they wanted to see solutions in place before school begins. (read that story)Sanders said talks have been held with Albemarle County Public Schools about collaborating with one possibility being for special needs students to make sure they can get to school. Another collaboration could be with Jaunt to see if there is a possibility to share drivers.“We won’t be able to use their equipment because of the federal nature of the funds that they receive but when drivers are working for Jaunt they may be able to drive for us so we’re looking to see if we can figure out a way to make that possible,” Sanders said. Sanders said the planning affects multiple localities across the region and regional approaches are required. He said the city is also looking to find ways to work with groups who want to solve the identified problem. “We’re looking to capture proposals from neighborhood led groups hoping that we’ll be able to deploy those groups in doing some of the work as well since they have offered to do so,” Sanders said. That includes suggestions from Livable Cville and the city’s Bike and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. In a future edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement, we’ll hear more about the possible addition of $500,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding to cover the costs of some of the work. “Our goal will be to quickly get some of these things out and basically available to make this process a little bit easier,” Sanders said. If you have a student or students in Charlottesville Public Schools, what do you plan to do? Second shout-out: WTJU staging the Cville Puzzle Hunt on August 27In today’s second Patreon-fueled shout-out: By now, readers and listeners know WTJU’s position on algorithms. But do you know that the radio station celebrates puzzles? In fact, on Saturday, August 27, WTJU is organizing the Cville Puzzle Hunt, a huge, cerebral puzzle that will spool out across downtown Charlottesville. The Cville Puzzle Hunt will take you and a team of friends on a wild afternoon running around trying to untangle five diabolical, large-scale puzzles inserted into the urban landscape. The opening clue will be read at 1 p.m. at the Ix Art Park. Find out more about this WTJU-organized event at cvillepuzzlehunt.com. Chamber’s Minority Business Alliance seeking applications for 2022 Vanguard AwardDo you know someone who should be recognized for their efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion? Or a small business or group that seeks the same goals? The Minority Business Alliance of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is taking applications through August 5 for the John F. Bell Sr. Vanguard Award. “The MBA Vanguard Award is named in honor of John F. Bell Sr., a strong, determined and respected business leader and citizen who established successful businesses during a time when the larger society wasn’t welcoming to or supportive of the Black business community,” reads a press release for the award.This will be the tenth annual award. Previous recipients include Community Investment Collaborative, William Jones III, Hollie Lee, Eugene and Lorraine Williams, Forward Adelante Business Alliance, and Kaye Monroe.Nominations can be submitted here. Champion to make official lager for University of VirginiaThe Champion Brewing Company began operations ten years ago with a small brewery in downtown Charlottesville. Now they’ve expanded to multiple places across Virginia and are part of the larger Champion Hospitality Group with restaurants in Stonefield, Gordonsville, and across Charlottesville.In 45 days, the first University of Virginia home football game will be held at Scott Stadium. Yesterday, Champion announced that its Cavalier Lager will become the officially licensed beer for UVA sporting events.“As life-long UVA sports fans, it’s been a dream of the team to have a Cavalier beer offered at UVA games,” said Champion CEO Hunter Smith in a release. “It’s a hometown lager brewed with our college athletes and their fans top of mind.”The beer will also be available in area stores. This is the first year that the University of Virginia has licensed an official beer. Vacancies still remain on various board and commissions in CharlottesvilleThe next edition of Charlottesville Community Engagement will provide details of who got appointed to the Charlottesville Planning Commission. Council made those appointments at the end of the July 18 meeting, and I’m going through that one chronologically. Earlier in this meeting, Charlottesville Mayor Snook LLoyd pleaded with the public to consider getting involved.“We need more people applying for Boards and Commissions,” Snook said. “We’ve got a couple of Boards and Commission that are down a couple of people. The Region 10 Community Services Board is one. The Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority is another. Historic Resources Committee. The Jefferson Area Community Criminal Justice Board. Jaunt. [Charlottesville Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau] needs a representative from the tourism industry.” If you’d like to apply, visit the city’s website. Here’s a list of all the boards.Housekeeping items for the end of #410Thanks for reading today. Charlottesville Community Engagement is a service of Town Crier Productions, a limited liability company set up to produce information about the public policy and the built environment in Charlottesville and beyond. We are now in the third year of this publication, and this is installment 410. Please consider a paid subscription to ensure I make it to the fourth year. There’s a lot at stake as we continue to live our complex lives in a democratic civilization that always needs its community members to pay attention and to look at the documents up close. The podcast version contains music created by the entity currently known as Wraki and made available with permission. To support that band, consider buying the album regret everything, available on Bandcamp on a ‘pay as you can’ basis. Support for Charlottesville Community Engagement also comes from Patreon supporters of Town Crier Productions, who also help fund other projects such as Fifth District Community Engagement and the Information Charlottesville archives.If you sign up for a paid subscription through Substack, the company Ting will also match your initial payment. 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In this episode of the MedtronicTalks Podcast, Mike Hess, vice president of corporate technology and innovation at Medtronic, will introduce listeners to Design for Reliability & Manufacturability, a design framework that equips engineers, designers and others with a set of standards that ensure new devices are designed right from the start. The DRM program has taken on increased importance as Medtronic moved into a new corporate structure with 20 individual business units. In this discussion, Hess will explain how the DRM program instills uniformity across the world's largest medical device company. This episode is sponsored by Performance Motion Devices.
Wherever you interact with other pup parents, you've probably experienced the harness vs collar debate. While it comes down to your preference and your dog's needs, there are some pros and cons of both harnesses and collars you must be aware of! In this article, I'll break down 5 pros and cons of both harnesses and collars for your puppy or adult dog and by the end, you'll be able to make an informed decision for your pup! It's vital to understand that both harnesses and collars are not a training solution, they are just a tool! No dog will magically walk perfectly on a leash just because you put a no-pull harness on him/her. When used properly, a good harness (or collar) should be seen as a supplemental tool to your leash training efforts. So please ensure your expectations are accurate when it comes to what harnesses and collars can do for your dog's behavior! Now, here is a simple overview of harnesses vs collars! Pros of Harnesses -More secure on your dog's body -Better control, especially with a 2-contact point harness -Can help reduce pulling -Less leash tangling -Safer distribution of pressure Cons of Harnesses -Can be uncomfortable -More challenging to get the right fit -Can affect your dog's gait (although research conflicts) -Often don't have tags/ID holder -Can increase pulling Pros of Collars -Easy to remove and put on -Less intrusive as it doesn't go over your dog's face -Many styles and options are available -Holder for tags/ID -Often easier to clean Cons of Collars -Has been shown to cause pressure on the eyes -Can cause neck/back pain, no distribution of pressure -Dogs can easily slip out (martingale helps with this) -Can be dangerous if caught on things which can lead to choking -More leash tangling Want to check out my FAVORITE dog harness (I've tried too many others to count)? Head here: https://pfrd.site/best-harnesss Please leave a review and follow the show!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
In this episode, our host JoAnn Meyer talks with Ariel Avitan, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer at Percepto which provides the most deployed drone-in-a-box solutions on the market. Ariel shares how their state-of-the-art detection capabilities combined with a powerful data processing solution are helping operators in 13 countries around the world monitor their facilities, manage projects and respond to incidents more safely and efficiently. https://www.linkedin.com/in/arielavitan/ www.percepto.co https://percepto.co/oil-gas/ https://www.hpe.com/us/en/greenlake/why-hpe.html This episode is made possible by Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. Brought to you on the Oil and Gas Global Network, the largest and most listened-to podcast network for the oil and energy industry. More from OGGN ... Podcasts LinkedIn Group LinkedIn Company Page Get notified about industry events
Bill Alexander, Executive Director of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC. joined Jeff to talk about the police safety report and whether it is becoming a more or less safe job for the men and women in blue.
TikTok is set to roll out content filters and maturity ratings in a pledge to make app safer – but will this actually make a difference? Newstalk's Technology Correspondent, Jess Kelly spoke to Ciara with the details.
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The new bipartisan Safer Communities Act. What is it? Attorney Alex Vollmer talks the new Safer Communities Act on this edition of Talk Law Radio with Todd Marquardt. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Saturday’s all right for writing! That is, writing information about land use, transportation, economic development, elections, and more! This is Charlottesville Community Engagement, a newsletter and podcast intended to let you know about a few things you didn’t know before, and intended to keep an eye on a great deal of things. I’m your host Sean Tubbs, exploring and exploiting my curiosity hopefully for your benefit. But please: No fighting! In today’s newsletter:The first campaign finance report is in for the race of the 55th House District, even if it’s still unclear when the election will be held Charlottesville Planning Commissioners seek action on safer streets in advance of the school A former Charlottesville school superintendent becomes Governor Youngkin’s permanent chief diversity officerThere’s one day left to fill out the latest questionnaire on Albemarle County’s growth management policy The head of the area’s aging services agency is elected to lead a statewide group First shout-out: Join me for a Cvillepedia training session - Brand styleIn today’s house-fueled public service announcement, the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society wants you to know about an upcoming exhibit at the Center at Belvedere featuring portraits of several historical figures active in the Charlottesville area in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Frances Brand was a folk artist who painted nearly 150 portraits of what she considered “firsts” including first Black Charlottesville Mayor Charles Barbour and Nancy O’Brien, the first woman to be Charlottesville Mayor. Brand’s work will be on display from July 5 to August 31 in the first public exhibit since 2004. And, if you’d like to help conduct community research into who some of the portraits are, cvillepedia is looking for volunteers! I will be leading three more Cvillepedia 101 training sessions at the Center July 18 at 2 p.m. Sign up at the Center’s website.Laufer outraises fellow Democrats in 55th District There is still a possibility that Virginia will have an election this year for the 100 seat House of Delegates. A second federal lawsuit arguing that legislators elected last November are in unconstitutional seats still awaits a final ruling and November 8 is 115 days away from today. That makes yesterday’s deadline for active candidates for the House of Delegates that much more compelling. There are currently three people seeking the Democratic nomination in the new 55th District, which includes most of Albemarle’s geography, as well as northeast Nelson County and western Louisa County. The Virginia Public Access Project has pulled together all of the filings, and former Charlottesville School Board member Amy Laufer outraised her opponents with a total of $61,731 raised in June. Fifty-seven donors contributed more than $100, requiring their identification. That includes a transfer of $7,327 from Laufer’s previous campaign for the Virginia Senate in 2019. There is one $10,000 gift from Hunter Bourne, and a pair of $5,000 gifts from Clean VA and the Morrill Family Investment. There were 68 contributions below the $100 limit. Emergency room nurse Kellen Squire raised $41,531 from March 8 to June 30. Thirty-four contributions were in excess of $100 with 406 below that threshold. There is one $20,000 contribution from Kay Ferguson.Albemarle County Supervisor Donna Price raised $11,798 with ten contributions above the $100 threshold and thirty below. Republican Rob Bell is the presumptive incumbent, currently representing the former 58th District. Bell began the year with a balance of $76,253 and has raised $5,250 so far this year. More on the status of the lawsuit in the next installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement. One days left to fill out Albemarle’s growth management surveyAs mentioned in the last program, a survey is about to close for Albemarle County’s growth management survey. The county is in the midst of updating their Comprehensive Plan, and this is the second questionnaire. Here’s more from a video produced by the office of Communications and Public Engagement (CAPE). “New development proposals that require a change in zoning or a rezoning are evaluated by recommendations in the Comprehensive Plan, including the growth management policy,” states the narrator. “As part of growth management, the Albemarle County Service Authority establishes a jurisdictional area where public water and sewer will be provided. This jurisdictional area mainly corresponds with the development area.” If you’re interested in hearing more, the Albemarle CAPE has posted the latest episode of their Let’s Talk Albemarle podcast. The guest is Rachel Falkenstein, a manager in the Community Development department who oversees long-range planning.“Usually we look out 20 years and that number comes from the state of Virginia,” Falkenstein said. “They require localities to have a Comprehensive Plan that plans for 20 years out into the future so we use that for most of our planning documents.” As of Friday afternoon, 270 people had taken the survey, according to CAPE director Emily Kilroy. The Albemarle Planning Commission will have a work session on the Comprehensive Plan on July 26. To catch up on previous stories on land use issues in Albemarle, check out Information Charlottesville through this link. And if you’re in the mood to fill in another survey, the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission wants your input on the Regional Transit Vision Plan.. To catch up on all kinds of transit related stories, check out Information Charlottesville through this link. Youngkin appoints Atkins as chief diversity officerGovernor Glenn Youngkin has appointed former Charlottesville Superintendent Rosa Atkins to serve as Virginia’s Chief Diversity, Opportunity, and Inclusion Officer. Atkins has been serving in the position on an interim basis following the departure of his first appointee, Angela Sailor. According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Sailor left in April for a family matter. Atkins served as Charlottesville’s superintendent for 15 years before retiring. Earlier this year, former Governor Ralph Northam appointed her to serve as the acting superintendent of public instruction for the Virginia Department of Education. In the Northam administration, Atkins’ position was known as the Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, but Youngkin changed the name in Executive Order #10 when he appointed Sailor. “We must strengthen and focus the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) by including in its mission the promotion of entrepreneurship and economic opportunity for all Virginians — including Virginians with disabilities — as well as the promotion of free speech and civil discourse,” reads that order.Sailor’s name is still on the website for the office. In other appointments of note, a University of Virginia official has been named to the Virginia Economic Development Partnership. Pace Lochte is the assistant vice president for economic development. Youngkin also appointed Rob Rutherford of Nelson County to the Virginia Manufactured Housing Board. Rutherford is a manager with Pro Tech Builder, a maker of modular homes.JABA leader elected to Virginia aging services associationThe chief executive officer of the area’s aging services association has been elected as president of the state entity that represents all 24 such agencies across the Commonwealth. Marta Keane of JABA will begin a two-year term as president of the Virginia Association of Area Agencies on Aging (V4A).Keane has been CEO of JABA since 2013. According to a release, during that time she helped form the Charlottesville Area Alliance as an umbrella organization for various entities that work with senior services in the community. “With this comes challenges to meet their increasing and changing needs, and opportunities to identify and maximize the strengths that seniors bring to our communities,” Keane is quoted in the release. “During the next two years, I hope to continue our efforts with demographic services to better identify areas that have unmet needs, work with networks to identify new ways to meet the needs, and identify new funding sources to allow us to grow and sustain critical services."JABA was formed in 1975 as the Jefferson Area Board for Aging. In today’s other two shout-outs: Local media and Code for CvilleCode for Charlottesville is seeking volunteers with tech, data, design, and research skills to work on community service projects. Founded in September 2019, Code for Charlottesville has worked on projects with the Legal Aid Justice Center, the Charlottesville Fire Department, and the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights. Visit codeforcville.org to learn about those projects. The final comes from another Patreon supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!Charlottesville Planning Commissioners seek Council action on safer streets on school routesAs of today, there are 39 days left until the first day of school in the City of Charlottesville. Yesterday, the school system held a Transportation Talk and Walk Session to discuss a recent alert from Superintendent Royal Gurley that the bus driver shortage has worsened and walk zones will be expanded. This past Tuesday, the city Planning Commission was briefed on a request from one of its members that city government take steps to make routes to school. They got an update from Missy Creasy, Charlottesville’s assistant director of the Neighborhood Development Services office (NDS). “The city has a pretty robust program that they’re putting together to address how they are addressing the shortage at this point in time and some pretty innovative things on there,” Creasy said. These include encouraging older students to take Charlottesville Area Transit routes, hiring more crossing guards or finding more volunteers, and buying smaller buses that don’t require drivers to have commercial licenses. NDS director James Freas said the shortage provides an opportunity to apply goals of the recently adopted Comprehensive Plan to a real life problem. “Wrapped up in this challenge is an opportunity to explore those options,” Freas said. “The flip side of that is that it’s a little early for us right now in that we are in the process of building out a transportation planning program.” In May, Council was briefed by Deputy City Manager Sam Sanders on a series of problems with how the city has run its transportation planning program. For instance, transportation planners have had too high of a workload, and the city has been unable to move some projects forward. There’s also a vacancy in the position of bike pedestrian coordinator after the last person left the job at the end of 2021 to work for a consultant. “We expect that position to post very soon and see that position as really being able to take a lead role in doing exactly this type of work and that is coming up with innovative, innovative, and low-cost ways of improving pedestrians, particularly children’s safety, in the neighborhoods around our schools,” Freas said. Creasy said that the traffic engineer and the Safe Routes to School coordinator no longer work in NDS. Instead they work for the Public Works department, a decision made by former City Manager Tarron Richardson. Creasy said NDS does coordinate with public works, but more people are needed to implement what’s in the Comprehensive Plan. “We do have really good support for continuing to move forward in this direction,” Creasy said. “We have tools in place but we just need to fill them with humans so that we can keep the work going.” Creasy said she is aware of grassroots efforts to make things better, but coordination with the city is needed. Freas said that one remedy would be to paint bump-outs at curbs to provide more space for people. “It’s a significant safety improvement and you can do that with paint and potentially flex-posts, but even to do just that, you do have to do some engineering design, you do need to coordinate with public works street folks,” Freas said. Freas said that there’s a possibility of maybe having something done within six weeks, but he cautioned that it will be hard to do in that time frame. “I think, A, the school department’s plans are really good, I think they have some good solutions in place, and B, I think we can build towards that and start contributing the safety improvements we need to make as we go forward,” Freas said. Commissioner Rory Stolzenberg said he supported the idea of an official letter to City Council, but also said funding needed to be in place to implement the solutions. “Is it safe to assume there is not within the currently allocated budget enough money to really address the things that staff would potentially want to address?” Stolzenberg asked. “Or potentially to hire outside traffic engineers to take some of the load of our in-house resources?” Freas said he would need to have a scope of work before answering that question. “We don’t have an identified line item for that right now so we would be cobbling together money from other sources,” Freas said. Stolzenberg said he would like the Planning Commission to recommend identifying money in the current fiscal year so incremental improvements can be made throughout the school year. He pointed out that Council voted in late June to purchase property for parking.“Council just spent $1.65 million on a parking lot with 40 spaces,” Stolzenberg said. “It seems to me that we can find money within the currently allocated [Capital Improvement Program] that could be reallocated to make sure that kids don’t get run over by cars on their way to school.” Stolzenberg also asked if the city has explored the ability to install cameras in school zones to capture people who speed. Freas and Creasy said they did not know if the city has done that research. The Commission agreed to send a letter to Council seeking support for the work. Stolzenberg said he would draft that document. The discussion took place just before the Commission’s joint public hearing with City Council. Vice Mayor Juandiego Wade said he heard the message.“It doesn’t have to be a war and peace type of document,” Wade said. “We understand the issues and we’re hearing a lot of from the citizens now.” Two more Talk and Walk sessions are scheduled this month. Do you have a specific concern? Drop me a line and I’d like to hear about it. Housekeeping notes for the conclusion of today’s newsletter:Thanks for reading! Today’s show is a rare Saturday show. Coming up next is the Week Ahead for July 18, as well as the Government Glance at the Fifth Congressional District. That’s a separate Substack. Music in the podcast version is composed by an entity currently going by the name Wraki. You can purchase the latest tracks on Bandcamp in an album called regret everything. I certainly hope you will check it out! Finally, I can’t say enough positive things about Ting’s generous sponsorship. If you sign-up for Ting service, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here!Charlottesville Community Engagement is free to receive, but supported by paid subscriptions. If you subscribe, Ting will match your initial contribution! This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe
Rev James Harden tells JT Pro-abortion politicians seem to be partnering with the mainstream media in order to silence pro-life organizations before the truth about the abortion industry's consumer fraud can get out. Women deserve to be given the information needed to make a truly informed decision. By hiding important health risks and silencing pro-life pregnancy centers, pro-abortion politicians and the abortion empire coerce women into getting abortions in order to further their own agendas and increase profits. In a post-Roe America, the abortion empire is continuing to deny women informed consent. In a similar way to how big tobacco obfuscated health and safety data, the abortion industry has been hiding important health and efficacy data from women. The chemical abortion businesses claim that “The Abortion Pill is Safer than Tylenol,” yet a study of women in Finland reports chemical abortion is 400% more dangerous than surgical abortion. Other side effects include undiagnosed ectopic pregnancies and potential for permanent infertility if the woman is not diagnosed as Rh negative. Women have a right to know the risks of having an abortion and all of their alternatives. The principle of informed consent is required for a woman to be truly autonomous. Yet, ironically, it is systematically disregarded by the abortion empire.
On this Monday episode of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast: President Biden and Vice President Harris have a celebration of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act on the South Lawn at The White House. A heckler intervenes. July 11, 2022. Planned Parenthood: https://plannedparenthood.org Register to vote NOW: https://vote.org The ENOUGH/END GUN VIOLENCE t-shirts on sale here: https://bit.ly/3zsVDFU Donate to the Man Up Organization: https://manupinc.org FREE: SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE BRAND NEW POLITICRAT DAILY PODCAST NEWSLETTER!! Extra content, audio, analysis, exclusive essays for subscribers only, plus special offers and discounts on merchandise at The Politicrat Daily Podcast online store. Something new and informative EVERY DAY!! Subscribe FREE at https://politicrat.substack.com Buy podcast merchandise (all designed by Omar Moore) and lots more at The Politicrat Daily Podcast Store: https://the-politicrat.myshopify.com The Politicrat YouTube page: bit.ly/3bfWk6V The Politicrat Facebook page: bit.ly/3bU1O7c The Politicrat blog: https://politicrat.politics.blog Join Omar on Fanbase NOW! Download the Fanbase social media app today. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to this to this podcast! Follow/tweet Omar at: https://twitter.com/thepopcornreel
Wir springen in dieser Folge ins 15. und 16. Jahrhundert. Schauplatz ist zuerst England, dann der gesamte europäische Kontinent: Wir sprechen nämlich über eine mysteriöse Krankheit, die in fünf Wellen zuerst die Insel, dann den Kontinent heimsuchte. Eine Krankheit, die höchstwahrscheinlich Einfluss auf die englische Thronfolge, die deutsche Religionsgeschichte und die Belagerung Wiens hatte. //Literatur Flamm, Heinz. 2020. ‘Anno 1529 – Der „Englische Schweiß“ in Wien, Die Türken Um Wien'. Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift (1946) 170 (3): 59–70. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10354-019-0701-3. Flood, John L. 2003. ‘“Safer on the Battlefield than in the City”: England, the “Sweating Sickness”, and the Continent'. Renaissance Studies 17 (2): 147–76. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24413344. Das Episodenbild zeigt Arthur, Prince of Wales, eines der wahrscheinlichen Opfer der Krankheit. //Aus unserer Werbung Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/GeschichtenausderGeschichte NEU: Wer unsere Folgen lieber ohne Werbung anhören will, kann das über eine kleine Unterstützung auf Steady oder ein Abo des GeschichteFM-Plus Kanals auf Apple Podcasts tun. Wir freuen uns, wenn ihr den Podcast bei Apple Podcasts rezensiert oder bewertet. Für alle jene, die kein iTunes verwenden, gibt's die Podcastplattform Panoptikum, auch dort könnt ihr uns empfehlen, bewerten aber auch euer ganz eigenes Podcasthörer:innenprofil erstellen. Wir freuen uns auch immer, wenn ihr euren Freundinnen und Freunden, Kolleginnen und Kollegen oder sogar Nachbarinnen und Nachbarn von uns erzählt!
What's up, Brave Table fam?! I'm so excited to have you join me for this super juicy episode with Justin Rezvani. A serial entrepreneur who started his first business at only 13 years old, Justin is the founder of Zion, a revolutionary social media platform whose goal is to be the safest place online. He's also the author of Unapologetic Freedom: How Bitcoin Defeats Censorship, Ensures Sovereignty, and Reclaims Our Liberty Forever, which breaks down topics like centralization, privacy rights, and censorship in a digestible way—it seriously blew my mind, and I'm not alone; it also has the praises of names like Tony Robbins, Aubrey Marcus, and JP Sears, so you know it's a goodie! You'll want to settle in for the entire episode because Justin deep dives into ideas we need to discuss now more than ever in our increasingly digital world, where shadow banning and violations of our personal data are becoming the norm. We talk about the pitfalls of social media, how it actually works, and how he's creating a better online world for the generations to come. Plus, what it really takes to be an entrepreneur and relentless in your mission—and why, honestly, it's not for everyone. You ready, BT squad? Let's get into it. What you'll get out of this episode… - Justin's story of coming from a first-generation immigrant household, his recent health scare, and how he's built multi-8-figure businesses - The honest truth about becoming an entrepreneur and how to know if it's the right path for you - How to let go of waiting for the perfect moment to launch your business - A breakdown of online censorship, privacy rights, and what you might not realize about the social media platforms we currently use - The future state of social media and how it can become a safer and more human place (mama's of young ones—this is especially worth taking note of because it's going to be your kids' generation!) - An introduction to crypto, decentralization, and encryption, and why these topics are more crucial than ever - What it truly means to be unapologetically free and how to find your freedom If you loved this episode, make sure you also check out… - Justin's Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/justinrezvani/ and his business https://zion.fyi/ - Grab a copy of Justin's book https://www.amazon.com/Unapologetic-Freedom-Censorship-Sovereignty-Reclaims-ebook/dp/B09T5KVGFW - Being Brave in Putting Yourself out There, Even When Facing Rejection https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/solocast-being-brave-in-putting-yourself-out-there/id1608226580?i=1000565947731 - More on relentlessly pursuing of your passions with Garrain Jones https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/garrain-jones-how-to-awaken-the-artist-within/id1608226580?i=1000564809879 - The money mindset you need for real success with Emily Williams https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/emily-williams-the-money-mindset-you-need-for-real-success/id1608226580?i=1000558608535 Thanks for listening, and I hope you loved this episode! If you did, please consider leaving a 5-star review to help others find and benefit from the show. After you do, send a screenshot of your review to email@example.com to receive my course on Emotional Mastery as my FREE gift to you. Thanks for helping us get to 100 reviews this month! So grateful for you all.
This week we have our first physician guest, Dr. Sarah Davis. She joins us to share her product that helps detect anosmia with an opportunity to improve your clinical detection and capture some revenue.Her product's website is here!Join other healthcare professionals in the discussion on Facebook Group RevMD.Don't miss an episode, subscribe via Apple PodcastsLeave me a review on Apple PodcastsIf you are looking for a reliable, data-driven, medical biller to help grow your revenue reach out to Info@nationalrevenueconsulting.com or visit us here.
Application testing is a critical component of a software development lifecycle. A complete testing battery for any application includes not only functionality and usability testing but security and reliability testing as well. However, helping ensure that security testing in particular produces results that focus on actionable items – with accurate relative priorities – has been a persistent challenge. Are actionable items from testing actually going to move the needle in terms of product quality and resilience – especially in how they manage evolving threats? While the “OWASP Top 10” and “CWE/SANS Top 25” are still important, they represent merely a reasonable beginning to a security testing strategy. How do you go beyond those lists and become truly more “adversary-aware” in testing? In addition, how do you make sure that these testing efforts genuinely help your development teams “shift left” in their thinking and implementation of better security controls in your applications? These are challenges Adobe set out to solve by not just making our testing efforts more extensive or frequent – but smarter, and with as tight of alignment as possible to the software development lifecycle and even closer in modeling real-world adversary threats. We invite you to join Shannon Lietz, VP, Adobe Security, as she speaks with ISACA's IT Audit Professional Practices Principal, Robin Lyons for a discussion of these issues and others that we must address as an industry to make us genuinely more “DevSecOps”-minded in our approach to application security testing. Robin and Shannon will discuss Adobe's overall strategy around our application testing efforts and how smarter testing is fundamental to achieving a true “shift left” approach around application security. They will also talk about how this effort is really going to help us deliver the safer digital experiences users are demanding. For more information go to https://trust.adobe.com Be sure to like, comment, and subscribe for more ISACA Productions content.
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A revolutionary process safety program at a refinery in Blaine, Washington presents challenges in the best ways possible -- by helping operators develop new skills and flex new muscles. It's always a good day when somewhere in the world a new process-safety champion has been formed.
7.11.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Emmett Till Lost Arrest Warrant, Richard Roundtree 80th BDay Celebration, Safer Communities Act It has been nearly 70 years since the death of Emmitt Till, and more information continues to come about the heinous crime. With the discovery of an unserved warrant from 1955, activists are now calling for the arrest of the woman whose lie led to the 14-year-old's brutal death. I'll ask two activists and Emmitt Till's cousin what justice can be served 67 years later. The Biden Administration is cracking down on Gun Violence across the nation. Today, a celebration on the South Lawn about the passage of the Safer Communities Act. A Pennsylvania state lawmaker goes off on her male colleagues who are determined to tell women what they can do with their uteruses. I can't wait to show you what happened during that late-night legislative session. The original shaft Richard Roundtree reached an epic milestone by turning 80. Last night, I was in attendance for the celebration of life and had the honor of streaming the entire event. We'll show you some of what you missed.And we'll continue our recap of the 2022 Essence Festival. Folk, you don't want to miss out. Support RolandMartinUnfiltered and #BlackStarNetwork via the Cash App ☛ https://cash.app/$rmunfiltered PayPal ☛ https://www.paypal.me/rmartinunfiltered Venmo ☛https://venmo.com/rmunfiltered Zelle ☛ firstname.lastname@example.org Annual or monthly recurring #BringTheFunk Fan Club membership via paypal ☛ https://rolandsmartin.com/rmu-paypal/ Download the #BlackStarNetwork app on iOS, AppleTV, Android, Android TV, Roku, FireTV, SamsungTV and XBox
Dom welcomes in the aforementioned Councilwoman Cherelle Parker, who tells about the phone call she had with Mayor Jim Kenney following comments he made about no longer wanting to be Mayor, telling that she and other Councilmembers see a real problem here when it comes to safety and policing. In a press conference yesterday, Parker and other members of Council pushed forward a multi-point plan suggesting changes to policing, including a return of a constitutionally-friendly version of Stop and Frisk and the hard prosecution of illegal firearms. Parker tells what she hopes to see change in the City, and explains who she believes is behind the relentless push for radical reformation that has led us down this path. (Photo by Getty Images)
U.S. Congressman Brad Schneider joins John Williams to talk about the mass shooting at the Highland Park 4th of July Parade. Rep. Schneider lives in Highland Park and was to take part in the parade before the tragedy occurred.
ABOUT THIS EPISODEOh my friends, I'm thrilled to bring you this beautiful and rich conversation I had with Naomi Edmonson. Naomi offers so much wisdom and insight as she explores her experiences and lessons learned after losing both a mother figure and her mother. She also shares the journey she's been on creating safer grief spaces for Black people, something she felt missing in her early grief where she was often the only Black Queer person in the room. We explore the expectations we have about being alongside someone in their dying process and the importance of truly being seen and held in grief. EPISODE RESOURCESFollow Naomi at The Glorious Hum on Instagram EPISODE SPONSORThanks to our sponsor Empathy. GSB listeners get a complimentary phone consultation call with a Care Specialist. Get immediate support and guidance for your particular situation today. Go to www.empathy.com/gsb for more info. JUMP STRAIGHT INTO:(03:42) - Naomi's anticipatory grief experience regarding the passing of her mother figure(13:14) - Accepting the version of ourselves that comes out when in grief (17:27) - Caregiving and the endeavors of showing up during a loved one's last (29:02) - Becoming more present and attentive after experiencing multiple losses (34:06) - From safe to safer space: How The Glorious Hum and Black Folks Grieve emerged and what it means for Naomi's own processes (44:42) - Acknowledging less tangible types of loss, permission-giving and grief gone invalidated (53:06) - Adulthood and finding space to be: Reflections from Naomi's birthday trip to Jamaica ABOUT THE SHOW:If you love deep, honest, authentic conversations, get ready to love Grief is a Sneaky Bitch. From CEOs and social workers to best-selling authors, educators, filmmakers, and stay-at-home moms, her guests open up about the complexity, confusion, and even confidence they have gained by navigating a grief journey of their own. To learn more about the show and how host Lisa Keefauver is reimagining grief, sign up for her not-so-regular newsletter follow on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn or visit www.lisakeefauver.com today!Learn more about becoming a GSB Podcast Supporter here See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Jay Giraud, an award-winning mobility entrepreneur, speaker, and inventor. He is the Founder and CEO of Damon, a disruptive technology start-up based in Vancouver, Canada, focused on causing a paradigm shift for safer, smarter motorcycling. They have reverse-engineered motorcyclists' problems and built what 160 million annual buyers want and need: a game-changing riding experience that's exponentially safer, smarter, and more user-friendly. Don't miss a thing on this. Tune in to learn more!
A special episode from our friends at Code Switch:In the wake of violence and tragedies, people are often left in search of ways to feel safe again. That almost inevitably to conversations about the role of police. On today's episode, we're talking to the author and sociologist Alex Vitale, who argues that many spaces in U.S. society over-rely on the police to prevent problems that are better addressed through other means. Doing so, he says, can prevent us from properly investing in resources and programs that could make the country safer in the long run.Subscribe: https://www.npr.org/podcasts/510312/codeswitchThis episode was fact-checked by Alyssa Jeong Perry and Christina Cala. Summer Thomad, Alyssa Jeong Perry, Diba Mohtasham and Christina Cala contributed to the production.