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Find us on social media: Facebook & Instagram Email us: email@example.com Discussion: COVID-19 Travel Panic Seems to Be in the Rearview Mirror — For Now 10 Last-Minute Gift Ideas for Frequent Travelers Most USTOA Members Say Travel Advisors Are Key to Business Success in 2022 As heard on Excess Baggage: Cruise Is Now the Top Product Sold By Travel Agencies ASTA Continues Push for Small Business Relief Ahead of Holidays Carnival Corp. Celebrates Opening of Dubai Cruise Terminal Greece To Require Pre-Travel PCR Test Taken Within 48 Hours 48 People on Symphony of the Seas Test Positive for COVID-19 Germany Bans U.K. Travel; Netherlands to Enter Lockdown Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas headed for Port Canaveral in summer 2023 Top Chef Bryan Voltaggio will sail a Scenic river cruise Orient Express returning to Italy Earn 22 Percent Commission with Virgin Voyages See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's the best way to learn the important history and stories of your local region? For writer Benjamin Allmon the only way forward was by walking the roads and highways of South-east Queensland's Scenic Rim. So began a 700 kilometre journey.
A mum and dad's plan to research the evidence about how to bring up female children for their own lives, is now available for all to share. Plus how digital advances can help us get healthy and a writer meets the residents of his local community, so he can tell their stories.
Author of the new book, "An Affair with a Village" and leading UK expert on Japan, Joy Hendry joins us to discuss a whole variety of things, like MEXT Scholarships, marriage, and other things that end up letting us down.Ollie gets Scandinavian with it.Bobby is surprised to find out there are as many as two.Topics discussed on this episode range from: How the current entry ban is affecting Academia Joy's perspective on the situation as someone who's been doing fieldwork in Japan for 50 years Another historical entry ban and it's effects, and the story of Ron Dore What Joy thinks people can do in the interim Actions people are taking now to deal with it The Twitter response, and the twitter activism The awesome resource share project some Twitter academics are undertaking The network and community building that's occurring The way the internet has changed Japan-research, and what Joy's earliest Japan fieldwork experiences were like Joy's book An Affair With a Village How an anthropologist approaches and analyzes the things that all foreign residents of Japan live with Why Japan thinks we can't sort our rubbish Potential conflicts of interest and how anthropologists avoid moral judgements How Joy chose what village to study Joy's work studying the types of marriages, marriage by introduction and "love marriages" What Japan thinks is an incredibly important thing to do for anyone during research in the field in Japan How LONG AGO was the 1970s in terms of what things were like in Japan Love hotels, and what people who lived in communal family country homes before love hotels The tradition of "night-creeping" and the woman who told her "night-creeping" story to Joy The shift from "introductions" to "love marriages" during the time when Joy was researching it and how the delineations between the two weren't always clear Bobby's strategy in getting his wife's family's permission to marry their daughter How deeply marriage and other life events are tied to the Japanese idea of "continuing the line of the house" and carrying on the family business Marriage as the longest-form of anthropological research This week's extras feature lots more insights from Joy and her years of work. From religion in Japan, to generational change, rules of engagement for anthropologists, and more!Get access to the extras for standard episodes by supporting the podcast for less than $1 an episode by becoming a member at http://buymeacoffee.com. Have something you'd like to say? Send us a fax at japanbyrivercruise.com - it works now.or Tweet to us at @jbrcpodJoy's Book:An Affair With a VillageSocial Media Links:Joy Hendry: Extremis PublishingOllie Horn: Twitter | InstagramBobby Judo: Twitter | Instagram | YouTubeOther things to click onSome are affiliate links because we're sell-outs We record remotely using Squadcast and the podcast is hosted on Transistor. Bobby uses a Shure mic and a Scarlet Focusrite. Ollie uses the AT2005USB mic. ★ Support this podcast ★
Dr Loren Galler Rabinowitz discusses her article, "Beyond the SCENIC route: updates in chromoendoscopy and dysplasia screening in patients with inflammatory bowel disease." from the January issue.
Abe-ographer (The Iconoclast) Tobias Harris stops by to break down the power dynamics in the LDP, speculate on whether or not Kishida's going to get a belated honeymoon (and whether or not his wife will have to stand during it), and discuss why what kills US, makes Kishida stronger.Ollie does what we in the media do best: gives a platform to bigots.Bobby discovers that the stuff he loves is now devoid of humor, but at least it's more expensive than it's ever been.Topics discussed on this episode range from: The best way for this week's sponsor, oops, nope, we mean for you to benefit from a tour to Japan in 2022. Brian's looming marital crisis Commentating on Japan from afar What it's like to be an international policy and national security analyst and senior fellow for Asia and have to watch the rest of us dick about with our hot Japan takes on Twitter What Tobias thinks is the most uninformed Japan Take of All Bad Abe Opinions, and the impetus for Tobias's book What are our responsibilities when publicly posting Japan opinions? Wet aged beef Ollie's Podcast recommendation of the number one podcast for those involved or just interested in the production of beef animals and dairy herds. Kishida's approval numbers and whether or not Tobias thinks he's coming into power? The limits placed on Kishida by the LDP Past and present of LDP factions determining the course of the government The public reaction to Kishida's ban on international inbound flight and his backtracking The ratings bump he got AFTER enforcing a foreign national entry ban, and why Tobias thinks there is SO MUCH Japanese approval for that particular policy The lesson Tobias thinks Kishida learned from Abe's Pandemic Policy mistakes Is there a policy or image that Kishida might end up indelibly linked with? How much credit does Abe deserve for the latest economic stimulus package? Is it, as Abe claims, ALL OF IT? What's the legacy and the influence of Abenomics? Japan's appetite for deficit spending and what makes it sustainable What Japan's military spending bodes for it's future This is another one of those week's where the extras could've and maybe even should have been the show. Tobias is SUPER smart,Topics discussed on the extras include: The standard getting-to-know-you bullying How Tobias first got interested in Japan Ollie's assertion he liked Japan for (undisclosed) "normal reasons." How Bobby and Tobias missed Japanese pop-culture exploding worldwide by just a couple of years A recent Japan book that Tobias LOVES Did Japan miss out on the current global populist moment, or are they still in the wake of a slightly earlier one? The cause of the Japanese public's political fatigue/apathy Tipping points in being fed up with government, and why smaller things tend to galvanize the public more than HUMONGOUS THINGS Japan's revolving door prime minister era, and how it set the stage for Abe Why Tobias sees Abe as an Iconoclast, when many of us don't see him as a figure who challenged the institutional status quo Abe's ability to walk the line between nationalism/constitutional revisionism and international cooperation Does Tobias think Kono Taro will ever become PM? The secondary positive internationalizing effects of Japan's opportunistic globalist moves A continuation of the discussion in the main show, touching on potential conflict in Asia in terms of both hard AND soft power, and whether or not Japan is REALLY a pacifist country Get access to the extras for standard episodes by supporting the podcast for less than $1 an episode by becoming a member at http://buymeacoffee.com. Have something you'd like to say? Send us a fax at japanbyrivercruise.com - it works now.or Tweet to us at @jbrcpodSocial Media Links:Tobias Harris: Twitter | Observing JapanOllie Horn: Twitter | InstagramBobby Judo: Twitter | Instagram | YouTubeOther things to click onSome are affiliate links because we're sell-outs We record remotely using Squadcast and the podcast is hosted on Transistor. Bobby uses a Shure mic and a Scarlet Focusrite. Ollie uses the AT2005USB mic. ★ Support this podcast ★
It wasn't the soft breeze and tropical sunny warmth that hooked Paul on St. Martin, it was the adventure. That is, until that adventure went off the rails. Break ins, theft, corruption, and organized crime, and bunco schemes all existed in the dank underbelly of the tropical island. Hangers on from the last hurricane rebuild had stayed on the island and now hid out and pretended to be locals. NOT GOOD. ADVICE: When you go on holiday to the Caribbean, exist on the surface of the beautiful island, and DO NOT stray too far from your resort where crime and huge BUNCO schemes abound. Sometimes vacation adventures can lead you astray.Support the show (https://lifeslearningcurve.org)
Feeling sleepy? CO2 could be the culprit. For centuries, the Catskills have offered a respite from city life, and a bit of fresh air. But indoor air quality can be bad no matter where you live. Fortunately, air quality can be measured, and steps taken to get that indoor Catskills air more in line with outdoor Catskills air, for health and wellness. For more, we connected with IAQ expert Ljeta Putāne and local citizen scientist Liz Potter. Thanks to our sponsors: The Mountain Eagle, and the Catskill Mts. Scenic byway. Kaatscast is a production of Silver Hollow Audio. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kaatscast/support
Recently, there has quite rightly been a more focused shift in the travel industry, towards more sustainable forms of tourism and this is something which we really want to help promote at Low Season Traveller. We know that travelling in the low season is a more sustainable option but we also want to look at modes of transport, community engagement and local destinations as ways which we can ensure that our travel is not adding to the environmental problems. As winter approaches lets find out what we can experience right here in the UK when we buy our railcard and head out to some of the places we barely knew existed!
For years Heather Houston has had to explain that her name isn't pronounced "Houston" like the city--- it's How-ston. Having a familiar surname in this city hasn't hurt, no matter how you say it. Heather and her team at Scenic Houston are making an impact on the city's skyline. In this episode, she shares her career journey and goals with Houston Business Journal Managing Editor Jonathan Adams.
It's hunting season in the Catskills, and even if you're not a hunter, you'll want to hear our interview with Tim Byron, a longtime friend with an infectious love for hunting, fishing, camping, and observing Catskills wildlife. A few years back, he started a YouTube series called "Fins - feathers -furs - and the great outdoors"-- documenting hunting and fishing trips, family excursions, birding, cooking, and lots more. Thanks to our sponsors: The Mountain Eagle, and the Catskill Mts. Scenic byway. Our interview was recorded by production intern, Keith Kortright. Kaatscast is a production of Silver Hollow Audio. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kaatscast/support
(This episode contains profanity) A beautiful Eel River Valley destination moves toward public access, the ‘Law & Order' people made the Humboldt-esque podcast ‘Dark Woods,' that Tom Hanks movie with a local tie is out, ex-Eurekan Green Bay Packer Jake Hanson, a mom defends an alleged burglar who was held at gunpoint, widely reported marina explosions were allegedly related to a hash lab, the upcoming horror thriller ‘Trim Season' is loosely inspired by Humboldt County events, Hoopa export Orion Cosce schedules his next UFC bout, the poor dog-and-gun etiquette double-whammy, speeding in a U-Haul with illegal weed, fentanyl deaths soar, an NFL-sponsored game for a local high schooler, more drama within county government, heroism, health, crime, the economy, and more. Humboldt Last Week is Humboldt County's news podcast brought to you in collaboration with Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Photography by Shi, NCJ, RHBB, and KJNY. humboldtlastweek.com Also, humboldtlastweek.com/radio with 30-minute music sets and no commercials. humboldtlastweek.com/radio
NYT Tokyo Bureau Chief Motoko Rich gets onboard to talk about Kishida's first month in office. What has he done so far? What does his administration mean for Japan? And the most important test of a Japanese government official: how well can the man mull?Ollie recommends a river cruise that succeeds, but at what cost? No cost.Bobby makes a point about the secularization of Christmas that no one has ever made before. Topics discussed on this episode range from: How the time has never been better for the Conbini Boys to make the leap to the mainstream Why Motoko turned down our first invitation to appear on the show What her experience covering the Olympics was like When the Japanese media covers the western media coverage of Japan How all the Japan Olympic scandals stack up to other countries turns The Japanese media's interest in the NYT coverage of the royal marriage What Kishida's first month (and a half or so) has been like, and what he's been up to Why Motoko sees the LDPs victory in the general election as coming IN SPITE OF the party being on snooze, and IN SPITE of choosing Kishida as their leader Why the LDP chose Kishida Why the country's voters continue to choose the LDP Is Kishida starting to step into more power and control than he was generally expected to have? What are Kishida's policies, and what does he want to do for Japan? Kishida's incomprehensible attempts to ease travel restrictions into Japan Japan's silence on environmental reforms The lack of gender representation in Kishida's cabinet A big problematic trend with minority group political figures in Japan Topics discussed on the extras include: Crimes against Japanese food An initiative to recycle adult diapers as an alternative fuel source The TV announcer who measures "youthfulness" by the ability to impregnate idols Get access to the extras for standard episodes by supporting the podcast for less than $1 an episode by becoming a member at http://buymeacoffee.com. Have something you'd like to say? Send us a fax at japanbyrivercruise.com - it works now.or Tweet to us at @jbrcpodSocial Media Links:Motoko Rich: Twitter | NYTimes CoverageOllie Horn: Twitter | InstagramBobby Judo: Twitter | Instagram | YouTubeOther things to click onSome are affiliate links because we're sell-outs We record remotely using Squadcast and the podcast is hosted on Transistor. Bobby uses the Samson Go Mic and Ollie uses the AT2005USB mic ★ Support this podcast ★
The Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway is a stunning destination in every season, with Cascade Mountain views, beautiful lakes and outdoor adventures right off the highway. Whether you're gearing up for a winter ski trip or planning your next summer road trip, here's what you need to know about the beautiful byway in Oregon's central Cascades. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ann Chamberlin, vice president of sales for Scenic USA, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report about the restart of the company's river cruises and expedition sailings. With two brands, the luxury Scenic and the premium Emerald, Scenic has all the bases cover to offer great experiences on rivers and oceans—and there are more ships to come. Chamberlin was interviewed during host agency Travel Experts' Summit aboard Scenic Jasper and Scenic Opal, sailing on the Rhine and the rivers of Holland and Belgium. For more information, visit www.scenicusa.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast -- with supplemental pictures and video -- can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
The Santiam Pass-McKenzie Pass Scenic Byway is one super scenic loop drive, taking you across two mountain passes, past beautiful waterfalls and forested trails, and to some of Oregon's most fascinating roadside attractions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Timmy Britt is a former Imagineer and Cast Member of the Walt Disney Company. Timmy's Disney career began at the Animation Academy at Disney's Hollywood Studios, where he taught thousands of Guests how to draw some of their favorite Disney characters. He later transitioned to working as a Scenic Artist, Art Director and Foreman on various projects for Walt Disney Imagineering, including Pandora - The World of Avatar, Trader Sam's Grog Grotto, Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar, Frozen Ever After and more. Timmy also worked on various aspects of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando, including Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure. Today, Timmy is an artist, mentor, instructor, illustrator and author. In this podcast episode, I chat with Timmy about his fascinating career journey. His life has been met with many twists and turns, but his determination, outlook and passion will be an inspiring story for listeners. You can learn more about Timmy and his book by visiting https://www.timmybritt.art What part of my discussion with Timmy did you enjoy the most? Send me your feedback via email or through direct or public message at any of the following and [with your permission] I'll include your message in a future show: Facebook: www.facebook.com/ImagineerPodcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/ImagineerPodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/ImagineerNews Facebook Group (ImagiNation): https://www.facebook.com/groups/imagineerpodcast/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to check out our sponsor WDW Magazine, the premier magazine focused on Walt Disney World, available in print or digital. Disney news and travel tips: Be sure to visit our Disney news partner, The Kingdom Insider (https://thekingdominsider.com). Vacation Planning: Planning a trip to Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney, or another Disney destination? Visit our trusted partner, Academy Travel: Walt Disney World: https://apps.itams.com/AcademyCRM/form/waltdisney/IP Disneyland: https://apps.itams.com/AcademyCRM/form/disneyland/IP Disney Cruise Line: https://apps.itams.com/AcademyCRM/form/disneycruise/IP Aulani: https://apps.itams.com/AcademyCRM/form/Aulani/IP Adventures by Disney: https://apps.itams.com/AcademyCRM/form/DisneyAdventure/IP How to Support the Show Share the podcast with your friends Rate and review on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-imagineerpodcasts-podcast/id1244558092 Join our Patreon Group - https://www.patreon.com/imagineerpodcast Purchase merchandise - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/imagineer-podcast?ref_id=8929 Download Imagineer Tours - http://imagineertours.com Special thanks to our Deluxe Passholder Patreon members! Thomas N Devan L Katelyn F Jason K Jordan J Dani S Enjoy the show!
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Fall foliage (oh, and football) for the win. If you've never had a chance to attend a military academy sporting event, it's certainly something a sight to see. Now imagine watching all of that pageantry at Michie Stadium on the campus of West Point (Army) in New York that is nestled along a river amongst the trees. The setting is postcard perfect. It's easy to get confused when we talk about Beaver Stadium that we're not talking about the home of Oregon State Beavers but the home of the Penn State Nittany Lions. The second-largest stadium in college football holds 100,000+ fans who take in the surroundings of fall colors. A white out is typically something reserved for the winter, but when all 100k+ fans wear white at a Penn State game, it is said to be "the best atmosphere in college football" and becomes a tough place for competitors to play. While they may not have the fall colors that the Northeast has, there's nothing like catching a game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. You won't miss the changing leaves (or the cold weather that goes along with it) when you're watching the sunset over the mountains that surround the stadium. The UCLA Bruins have the home-field advantage on sunset views. Husky Stadium in Seattle, home to the University of Washington Huskies, is known for the tailgate tradition of boatgating on Lake Washington outside the stadium. But the venue's other top attributes are the views of Downtown Seattle, Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Mountains to the east and the Olympic Mountain Range to the west. The landscape is a welcome respite from the tension associated with a football game. LaVell Edwards Stadium at BYU in Provo, Utah, may have just started serving caffeinated soda in 2017, but the views have been around since the beginning. Make sure to check out the ice cream made on campus when you're perusing the concourse for snacks at a game. (In case you're wondering, the school's honor code states, students, administration, and staff will "abstain from alcoholic beverages, tobacco, tea, coffee and substance abuse.") Honorable mention goes to Sun Devil Stadium (Arizona State University). Nuzzled up against a mountain, the desert sky provides the perfect background for not too chilly fall football. Just don't make the mistake of going to a game in the summer. If you haven't already, make sure to select your picks in our Bachelorette Bracket in partnership with I Hate Green Beans. If you want a brilliant recap of the latest episode, make sure to check out Lincee and Some Guy In Austin on the “I Hate Green Beans” podcast recap episode that's sure to have you laughing. LINKS: Shop the store: lastnightsgame.com use promo code SPORTSCURIOUS
We catch up with German Velasco then talk about how he learned of the 7-GUI Tasks online challenge and how he wanted to see how LiveView could approach it. We talk about his ElixirConf presentation and how the idea of modeling state impacted his solutions to these problems. We go over what these common UI patterns are and how LiveView is able to approach them differently. We talk about Chris McCord's idea of “Live Apps” and how LiveView really is different from what other languages and communities can do. We discuss using LiveView to implement UI patterns that it wasn't designed for and how that process has gotten better over time and much more! Show Notes online - http://podcast.thinkingelixir.com/71 (http://podcast.thinkingelixir.com/71) Elixir Community News - https://fly.io/blog/how-safari-ruined-my-tuesday/ (https://fly.io/blog/how-safari-ruined-my-tuesday/) – How Safari Ruined My Tuesday by Chris McCord - https://github.com/phoenixframework/phoenixliveview/commit/7205df526863b8f391a432ff93700d06e951dfc0 (https://github.com/phoenixframework/phoenix_live_view/commit/7205df526863b8f391a432ff93700d06e951dfc0) – LiveView PR for dealing with Safari bug - https://github.com/phoenixframework/phoenixliveview/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#0172-2021-10-22 (https://github.com/phoenixframework/phoenix_live_view/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#0172-2021-10-22) – Phoenix LV 0.17 - https://twitter.com/josevalim/status/1450484094383665156 (https://twitter.com/josevalim/status/1450484094383665156) – Run in Livebook showing up online - https://thinkingelixir.com/podcast-episodes/066-tracing-production-with-kai-wern-choong/ (https://thinkingelixir.com/podcast-episodes/066-tracing-production-with-kai-wern-choong/) – Episode 66 - Tracing Production with Kai Wern Choong - https://twitter.com/fhunleth/status/1450496248847519755 (https://twitter.com/fhunleth/status/1450496248847519755) – Nerves Livebook 0.3.0 also released - https://twitter.com/wojtekmach/status/1452669971323047947 (https://twitter.com/wojtekmach/status/1452669971323047947) – Wojtek Mach teased a picture showing the Livebook graphic on a macOS dock - https://twitter.com/josevalim/status/1450823190477955080 (https://twitter.com/josevalim/status/1450823190477955080) – ExDoc v0.25.5 is out with .livemd support - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqj39LCvnOWZna91xJ_i44g3rx4Brbpnv (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqj39LCvnOWZna91xJ_i44g3rx4Brbpnv) – ElixirConf 2021 videos are all up! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqnZnFpxLjI&list=PLqj39LCvnOWZna91xJ_i44g3rx4Brbpnv&index=28 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqnZnFpxLjI&list=PLqj39LCvnOWZna91xJ_i44g3rx4Brbpnv&index=28) – Mark Ericksen's presentation about Globally Distributed Elixir Apps on Fly.io - https://twitter.com/josevalim/status/1451639067989397514 (https://twitter.com/josevalim/status/1451639067989397514) – Elixir 1.13 RC should be out - https://twitter.com/louispilfold/status/1452305571047251970 (https://twitter.com/louispilfold/status/1452305571047251970) – Gleam now has the ability to publish hex.pm packages - https://twitter.com/dashbit/status/1452638207271600129 (https://twitter.com/dashbit/status/1452638207271600129) – New Phoenix project called PLDS (Phoenix LiveDashboard Standalone) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rzl5BH8nb8M (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rzl5BH8nb8M) – Youtube video showing PLDS usage - https://twitter.com/scenicframework/status/1451276015041343502 (https://twitter.com/scenicframework/status/1451276015041343502) – Scenic v0.11.0-beta.0 is published - https://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-sf-2021/ (https://codesync.global/conferences/code-beam-sf-2021/) – Code BEAM America - 3-5 November 2021 - https://www.thebigelixir.com/ (https://www.thebigelixir.com/) – Big Elixir - March 24-25 2022 Do you have some Elixir news to share? Tell us at @ThinkingElixir (https://twitter.com/ThinkingElixir) or email at email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) Discussion Resources - https://www.germanvelasco.com/blog/seven-guis-flight-booker (https://www.germanvelasco.com/blog/seven-guis-flight-booker) - https://www.tddphoenix.com/ (https://www.tddphoenix.com/) – Test-Driven Development with Phoenix - online book - http://testingliveview.com (http://testingliveview.com) - https://eugenkiss.github.io/7guis/tasks/ (https://eugenkiss.github.io/7guis/tasks/) – The 7-GUI Tasks defined - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xu2QtHUbFmc&list=PLqj39LCvnOWZna91xJ_i44g3rx4Brbpnv&index=48 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xu2QtHUbFmc&list=PLqj39LCvnOWZna91xJ_i44g3rx4Brbpnv&index=48) – German Velasco's ElixirConf talk - Making invalid states unrepresentable in LiveView - https://www.germanvelasco.com/blog/seven-guis-counter (https://www.germanvelasco.com/blog/seven-guis-counter) – Counter - https://www.germanvelasco.com/blog/seven-guis-temperature (https://www.germanvelasco.com/blog/seven-guis-temperature) – Temp Converter - https://thinkingelixir.com/podcast-episodes/018-tdd-and-phoenix-with-german-velasco/ (https://thinkingelixir.com/podcast-episodes/018-tdd-and-phoenix-with-german-velasco/) – Previous interview - https://github.com/woylie/ectonestedchangeset (https://github.com/woylie/ecto_nested_changeset) - https://www.testingliveview.com/ (https://www.testingliveview.com/) - https://www.germanvelasco.com/ (https://www.germanvelasco.com/) Guest Information - https://twitter.com/germsvel (https://twitter.com/germsvel) – on Twitter - https://github.com/germsvel/ (https://github.com/germsvel/) – on Github - https://www.germanvelasco.com/ (https://www.germanvelasco.com/) – Blog - https://www.testingliveview.com/ (https://www.testingliveview.com/) – Testing LiveView online Course Find us online - Message the show - @ThinkingElixir (https://twitter.com/ThinkingElixir) - Email the show - email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) - Mark Ericksen - @brainlid (https://twitter.com/brainlid) - David Bernheisel - @bernheisel (https://twitter.com/bernheisel) - Cade Ward - @cadebward (https://twitter.com/cadebward)
Karla Flannery, the Deputy Director of the Illinois Department of Tourism, joins Bob to give us a little bit of knowledge about some getaways close to home that you can easily visit with the remaining time left this fall. Some spots include Galena’s Arrowhead Treehouse, Shawnee National Forest, and Fright Fest at Six Flags.
Jonathan Spears with Scenic, Sotheby's International Realty and DJ discuss the value of teams and how being a part of a team brings value. Jonathan emphasizes the importance of providing value to your clients in their path to a $1B business. Next, Jonathan talks about being passionate and finding your niche are your pathways to […]
Historic Hills Scenic Byway traverses 110 miles of rolling hills, state parks, forest land and rural communities in southeastern Iowa. Take a trip and experience history, culture and so much more in the Southeast corner of the state. Historic Hills Scenic Byway - Facebook Historic Hills Scenic Byway - Instagram Pathfinders RC&D Northeast Iowa RC&D - Facebook Northeast Iowa RC&D --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bluffsbrooksbyways/message
This week the lads talk parents weekend etiquette, Ja Morant shows up to a fraternity party, Grateful Dead vs. Kayne West (redux), Vaseline - is it good for everything? Jackson's roommate gets a zero grade for not wearing a mask, we cover the most scenic drives in the USA, and we get an insider tip on the Southwest Airlines slowdowns. Plus your VOICEMAILS and a whole lot more.Panelists: Hmmx, Jackson HoggLeave a voicemail (225) 800-2415 or email email@example.com
Coming to you deep in the heart of Vermont where everything is bright yellow, red and orange! We've finally wrapped our much anticipated brand shoot and we're unpacking all that it took to get here. So many lessons learned along the way, but arguably the most important was the patience it took to get here. Hope this episode blesses and inspires you. It's about to get GOOD!
Syukuro Manabe and some other people win the Nobel Prize, illustrating a lot about how and why Japan claims people as Japanese. We talk to Mary Kobayashi about how she defines her Japanese identity, and how media representation works to define "Japanese..." as sexy, anime robot.The average age of Ollie's friends is getting lower.Bobby recycles.Topics discussed on this episode range from: Brian's back! Performance anxiety and the introvert/performer paradox Syukuro Manabe's Nobel Prize Win How Japan latches on to successful members of the diaspora even when they've left Japanese people trying to monopolize all the good qualities A thorough interrogation of how Bobby racially profiles his children How using "Japanese people are okay with us loving their culture" to defend cultural appropriation Mary's research into who the most popular Japanese characters are The stereotypes that get used in Western Media to depict Japaneseness The stages of minority representation, and how anti-stereotype roles are still racist Mary's experience with adult swim and in the entertainment industry Her take on how Western Media handles Asian representation, whitewashing and tokenism How Korean Entertainment contributes positively to representation Terrace House How the discussion of what Japaneseness is has moved from one that happens mostly in Japan to one that happens globally Topics discussed on the extras include: Mary's mom knew who Bobby was How Bobby curates his personality depending on what jobs he's doing. The teenage Ollie Horn who's beating Ollie out of the google search results Mary's experience in comedy, music, and entertainment overall The unfortunate timing of her departure from Adult Swim due to a move, and the advent of remote work The experience of having to do entertainment on ZOOM MUCH MUCH MORE Get access to the extras for standard episodes by supporting the podcast for less than $1 an episode by becoming a member at http://buymeacoffee.com. Have something you'd like to say? Send us a fax at japanbyrivercruise.com - it works now.or Tweet to us at @jbrcpodSocial Media Links:Mary Kobayashi: Twitter Ollie Horn: Twitter | InstagramBobby Judo: Twitter | Instagram | YouTubeOther things to click onSome are affiliate links because we're sell-outs We record remotely using Squadcast and the podcast is hosted on Transistor. Bobby uses the Samson Go Mic and Ollie uses the AT2005USB mic ★ Support this podcast ★
We venture back to Arizona for more fun along Route 66 including visiting the historic town of Seligman, Williams and Oatman and pay a visit to the incomparable Grand Canyon. But we are also quite surprised by Bearizona and have some other fun side trips on our journey to share. Plus Tony reviews Rad Power Bikes Rad Mini 2 step-thru bike - is this a great gadget for RVers? The StressLess Camping podcast is a weekly show with information, tips and tricks to help every RVer and camper enjoy some StressLess Camping.
Chris and Don interview Matthew Smith, Assistant Regional Scenic River Manager for ODNR. Matthew discusses why the Scenic River Program was created in Ohio. He explains the process of how a waterway can become a Scenic and Wild River. Also, he shared some interesting information on the status of the program.
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In his newest book, longtime Alaska writer Tom Kizzia explores the history of McCarthy, digging into the bygone days of the tiny community nestled into Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Cold Mountain Path explores forgotten stories of mining, homesteading and loss.
Japan's likely new Prime Minister, Marc Matsumoto talks about how to wield Japanese recipes responsibly, and more.Ollie's doing another podcast's work for them.Bobby looks at the new, very strict, tourist entry dress code .Topics discussed on this episode range from: NO PRE-RECORDED MESSAGE FROM BRIAN A question that is decidedly outside of Marc's expertise Successful predictions Marc's technique driven food content Demystifying Japanese cooking Japanese chefs hoarding secrets The Clarissa Wei post about claiming mastery of Asian stuff What Marc thinks about the idea of Culinary Cultural Appropriation The cross-pollination that lead to what we think of as regional cuisines today The David Schlosser sakura mochi incident Pippa Middlehurst getting flack for writing a book on Chinese cuisine Miin Chan's article about white people dominating the public view Why Marc would never call himself a "Washoku chef" The cultural differences between how different countries approach cuisine How those cultural differences can affect who becomes the face of ethnic cuisines Marc teaches us about how "Konbucha" became what it is in the West Food getting transformed through misinterpretation and misrepresentation When racism does rear its head to give certain people credit for culinary culture Wagyu Beef How real food culture/trends get brandified and what suffers because of that Topics discussed on the extras include: How Marc decides what recipes to do on his YouTube channel How Google Algorithms rule us all More details on Marc's technique-driven approach to teaching LOTS of geeking out about cooking and food A discussion of what changes when you start cooking professionally Measuring stuff for recipe creation and all the ways Japan cheats on tis Marc's potentially blasphemous 15-minute curry sauce recipe Get access to the extras for standard episodes by supporting the podcast for less than $1 an episode by becoming a member at http://buymeacoffee.com. Have something you'd like to say? Send us a fax at japanbyrivercruise.com - it works now.or Tweet to us at @jbrcpodContent Links:"Shibumi Instagram Post Sparks Outrage in LA's Japanese-American Community - Eater LA" https://la.eater.com/platform/amp/2021/4/27/22395971/shibumi-instagram-post-david-schlosser-sparks-outrage-la"Lost in the Brine"https://www.eater.com/2021/3/1/22214044/fermented-foods-industry-whiteness-kimchi-miso-kombuchaSocial Media Links:Marc Matsumoto: No Recipes | Twitter | YouTube | Ollie Horn: Twitter | InstagramBobby Judo: Twitter | Instagram | YouTubeOther things to click onSome are affiliate links because we're sell-outs We record remotely using Squadcast and the podcast is hosted on Transistor. Bobby uses the Samson Go Mic and Ollie uses the AT2005USB mic ★ Support this podcast ★
This week on the Peak Northwest podcast, we discuss Oregon's scenic byways: driving routes that snake their way through every beautiful nook and cranny of the state.Buckle up for a beautiful auditory journey across this wonderful state. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Get your estimated IELTS Band Score. Take the IELTS Quiz at https://www.allearsenglish.com/myscore Today you will hear two sample speaking part 2 answers for IELTS questions about describing places. Learn amazing Band 9 vocabulary and native, natural fluency tricks on today's show.
Host Erica Houskeeper meets up with Mike Snyder, Vermont's Commissioner of Forests, Parks, and Recreation to talk about how Vermont's fall foliage season is shaping up. They also compare notes about scenic Vermont state lands to explore this season and why fall foliage in the Green Mountain State is better than the rest.
Who will be Japan's next Prime Minister? Japanese Margaret Thatcher? The often shaken AND stirred Kono, TARO Kono? Mr. Speak-softly-and carry-no-nukes? Or Woman woman? Former Diet Aide Derek Wessman tells us "the thing" about each of the four candidates.Ollie's disappointed that the new boat doesn't work with the old charger.Bobby is tired of Japan asking him if he's cold.Topics discussed on this episode range from: How hard we all tried to avoid this. Something that's been weighing on Brian Podcast guest scheduling issues How Derek wields his Twitter account and why his following loves him When and why he does his deep dives into Japan politics Thanks for all the TELL Step Up Challenge Donations Why we're seeing a PM replacement just before a general election How and why Suga's popularity plummeted A look back on Derek's Suga predictions from our Super Suga Special Show Suga's efforts to prioritize the coronavirus pandemic post step-down What Suga got right and what the LDP hopes to continue to carry on Suga's CO2 Policies Perennial Candidate Noda Seiko and what her chances of leading the LDP are The Fukuoka/Kitakyushuu Rivalry Noda Seiko's weaknesses as a candidate, and whether or not she's just here to steal votes from Kono How the office looks very different now that we're post Olympics, post vaccinations Hardline conservative Takaichi Sanae, and the power of the backing of Abe The root of what her candidacy is about, and what the actual give and take is between conservative supporters and conservative politicians The truth about what revising Japan's constitution to allow it to have a military would mean Takaichi's Margaret Thatcher obsession and what we can learn from it Kishida Fumio and the complicated web of LDP relationships and support Kishida's long game Bobby get's the word for denuclearization COMPLETELY WRONG: it's HIKAKUKA 非核化 KONO TARO, and why non-G-folks generally like him His vaccine roll-out and how he may have been pretty effective in navigating bureaucracy His progressiveness What DISADVANTAGES Kono in this election Who Derek thinks has the best chance Ollie asks which candidate would be the best if your goal is to tank the LDP Topics discussed on the extras include:Get access to the extras for standard episodes by supporting the podcast for less than $1 an episode by becoming a member at http://buymeacoffee.com. Have something you'd like to say? Send us a fax at japanbyrivercruise.com - it works now.or Tweet to us at @jbrcpodSocial Media Links:Derek Wessman: TwitterOllie Horn: Twitter | InstagramBobby Judo: Twitter | Instagram | YouTubeOther things to click onSome are affiliate links because we're sell-outs We record remotely using Squadcast and the podcast is hosted on Transistor. Bobby uses the Samson Go Mic and Ollie uses the AT2005USB mic ★ Support this podcast ★
Starting from the foundation of "what more do we need?" we get into all sorts of discussions around where we see that Elixir can flourish. Links: LiveView (https://hexdocs.pm/phoenix_live_view/Phoenix.LiveView.html) Nerves Project (https://www.nerves-project.org/) Scenic (https://github.com/boydm/scenic) (Elixir UI on OpenGL) Membrane Framework (https://membraneframework.org/) 2020 Elixir Community Survey data (https://github.com/hugobarauna/elixir-ecosystem-2020-reponses-data) Vega-Lite (https://vega.github.io/vega-lite/) - A Gammar of Interactive Graphics Vega-Lite for Livebook (https://github.com/livebook-dev/vega_lite) Elixir Nx (https://github.com/elixir-nx/nx) Phoenix Thesis (https://github.com/infinitered/thesis-phoenix) Talk: Lars @ Func Prog Sweden (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IdsQMuXZJE) We want to connect with you! Twitter: @BeamRadio1 Send us your questions via Twitter @BeamRadio1 #ProcessMailbox Keep up to date with our hosts on Twitter @StevenNunez @akoutmos @knewter @lawik @RedRapids @smdebenedetto Sponsored by @GroxioLearning
Briana and Sara have been sisters their whole life. Every year they hop in their RV and take a road trip together. This episode is peek inside what those trips are like. These two are a whirlwind unto themselves. Buckle up for the ride! Enjoy! Follow the Scenic Sisters on social media- https://www.facebook.com/Scenic-Sisters-162169394668335 https://www.instagram.com/scenicsistersroadtrip/
We all know how to use descriptive language to create scenes in the minds of our audiences. Today Mark and Darren reveal the secret to setting the MOOD of a story scene. This powerful technique will enable you to transform your visual scene into a sensory experience, establish a strong emotional connection with your audience, and make your message memorable. Snippets: • Reveal one small, relevant detail without being overly descriptive • Dialog is an excellent way to depict the mood of a scene • Setting the mood intentionally can create a sensory experience • Scenes must be emotionally relatable for your audience You don't need the same experience, just the same emotion The audience that relates emotionally to the ‘THEN', will want the ‘NOW'
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This week's Mocs on the Mic presented by Smartbank features the brothers Caldwell. Dominic and A.J.'s Scenic City Reunion came a year after Dom's transfer from FIU. Dom, a QB, joined the Mocs in 2017. His first pass was complete for a touchdown that season. He was a backup to Nick Tiano during his career and worked on special teams developing as a long snapper. He's working on his Master's degree and is an offensive quality control coach on Rusty Wright's staff. His younger brother A.J., came in the summer of 2018. He was a transfer from South Alabama. He's proven to be a valued chess piece for Lamont Paris on the basketball floor contributing as both a reserve and starter during his career. He'll be forever remembered for his buzzer-beater at ETSU this past February. The easy-going brothers sat down with Chris Goforth to look back on their time together in Chattanooga. All episodes of Mocs on the Mic can be found on most Podcasting services, including Spotify, Apple and GoMocs.com/Podcasts. Be sure to rate the podcast and leave a review to help us spread the word about Mocs on the Mic.
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As I’ve set out to create this third season of the podcast I’ve been trying to bring more land managers to the podcast to get … The post 59. Behind the Scenes on the Florida Trail | Shawn Thomas, FNST Program Administrator, USFS appeared first on Orange Blaze: A Florida Trail Podcast.