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Daniel, Ben and Tanya talk about the Science Fiction phenomenon Stargate SG-1 (1997-2007). Based on the film of the same name released in 1994, SG-1 picks us shortly after and expands the story and Universe greatly. Our hosts will discuss their favorite episodes, characters, villains, and a whole lot more of what made SG-1 "POP" for them. Included are excerpts from their interviews with Stargate stars Suanne Braun (Hathor) and Colin Cunningham (Major Paul Davis) who recall what it was like acting on the series, the people who made their marks on them. and their appreciation of what they believe to be the best fans there are; Stargate fans. They answer fan questions and share some laughs with our hosts.So, don your BDU's, Tac Vest, and boots, grab your P90 and get ready to jump through the gate with Popped!MUSICPopped Theme: Spooky-Funk-Instrumental (Royalty Free Artist Unknown needs credit)Background Music: Intro B/G: WatR Double Overhead by ItsWatREpisode B/G: Lost by DanyDoryNeptune: Holst Performed by the USAF Heritage of America BandHonor and Sword: Daddy s Music Support the show
This Week SG and Klapp Give the late Takeoff his flowers. SG tells a SVU level story about a double shooting in his neighborhood then we got into why suburban kids aspire to be street, mistakes that we make as teens, P.Diddy's excellent Joker impression, Kyrie and the Black Israelites, and breakdown the new Drake & 21 album “Her Loss”. Another one for the record books. Tap In! 0:00 Nore Gives Takeoff His Flowers Before His Death 0:46 SG Details Wild Story Outside Of His Window & Mistakes Made While Young 35:06 Migos Member Takeoff Killed In Houston & Why Privileged People Seek Validation From The Streets 1:57:58 Nipsey Hussle's Killer Shitty Cuz Asks For A Sentence Reduction & Diddy Dressed As The Joker Almost Fights “Power” Actor 2 Bit 2:09:16 Kyrie vs. The World 2:45:38 Drake and 21 Savage Album Review & A Breakdown Of All The People He Dissed 3:33:24 Down Bad Segment, Hustler Highlight, IG Honey, Artist & Throwback Of The Week Hustler Highlight SG: @DominicanBash_ Klapp: @ObaRowland IG Honey Of The Week SG: @Beyullabs Klapp: @TherealHunnyy Artist & Throwback Of The Week SG: Duke Deuce - Fuck The System 21 Savage - Million Dollar Lick Klapp: Quavo & Takeoff - Bars Into Captions Today - Stood Me Up Follow Us @TriniBoyElz @Klapp93gz @NuckGoldSoul @Heru_Jexts @Kshayeb @CrackBabiesPodcast on IG and Twitter
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Clarifying AI X-risk, published by Zachary Kenton on November 1, 2022 on The AI Alignment Forum. TL;DR: We give a threat model literature review, propose a categorization and describe a consensus threat model from some of DeepMind's AGI safety team. See our post for the detailed literature review. The DeepMind AGI Safety team has been working to understand the space of threat models for existential risk (X-risk) from misaligned AI. This post summarizes our findings. Our aim was to clarify the case for X-risk to enable better research project generation and prioritization. First, we conducted a literature review of existing threat models, discussed their strengths/weaknesses and then formed a categorization based on the technical cause of X-risk and the path that leads to X-risk. Next we tried to find consensus within our group on a threat model that we all find plausible. Our overall take is that there may be more agreement between alignment researchers than their disagreements might suggest, with many of the threat models, including our own consensus one, making similar arguments for the source of risk. Disagreements remain over the difficulty of the alignment problem, and what counts as a solution. Categorization Here we present our categorization of threat models from our literature review, based on the technical cause and the path leading to X-risk. It is summarized in the diagram below. In green on the left we have the technical cause of the risk, either specification gaming (SG) or goal misgeneralization (GMG). In red on the right we have the path that leads to X-risk, either through the interaction of multiple systems, or through a misaligned power-seeking (MAPS) system. The threat models appear as arrows from technical cause towards path to X-risk. The technical causes (SG and GMG) are not mutually exclusive, both can occur within the same threat model. The distinction between them is motivated by the common distinction in machine learning between failures on the training distribution, and when out of distribution. To classify as specification gaming, there needs to be bad feedback provided on the actual training data. There are many ways to operationalize good/bad feedback. The choice we make here is that the training data feedback is good if it rewards exactly those outputs that would be chosen by a competent, well-motivated AI. We note that the main downside to this operationalisation is that even if just one out of a huge number of training data points gets bad feedback, then we would classify the failure as specification gaming, even though that one datapoint likely made no difference. To classify as goal misgeneralization, the behavior when out-of-distribution (i.e. not using input from the training data), generalizes poorly about its goal, while its capabilities generalize well, leading to undesired behavior. This means the AI system doesn't just break entirely, it still competently pursues some goal, but it's not the goal we intended. The path leading to X-risk is classified as follows. When the path to X-risk is from the interaction of multiple systems, the defining feature here is not just that there are multiple AI systems (we think this will be the case in all realistic threat models), it's more that the risk is caused by complicated interactions between systems that we heavily depend on and can't easily stop or transition away from. (Note that we haven't analyzed the multiple-systems case very much, and there are also other technical causes for those kinds of scenarios.) When the path to X-risk is through Misaligned Power-Seeking (MAPS), the AI system seeks power in unintended ways due to problems with its goals. Here, power-seeking means the AI system seeks power as an instrumental subgoal, because having more power increases the options availab...
We are about a week into the regular season this year, and we have seen some very unexpected trends pop up across the league. There's teams like the Jazz and Spurs that are much better than advertised to start the season, while teams like the Nets and Lakers have only won 1 game so far. Donovan Mitchell looks like he could be the best SG in the NBA, and could potentially be the best player on a championship team. This episode, we are going over some early trends in the NBA and whether or not we expect these trends to continue going forward. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Dylan, Nate, & Chapy throw out the format and go full Locals Only Lounge mode for this episode, letting out all the blood from our season finale in the first round of the playoffs. It's always darkest just before the dawn, and we hope you can find some fun and solace with our wonderful hosts consoling the SG & Loyal community.As always, The Locals Only Lounge (which didn't happen after this episode, since the whole thing was like a lounge), but all of the previous installments can be watched in their entirety for members here.
Today we talk all about anatomy and physiology exams, President John Tyler, industrial piercings, the red phone, phone operators, what acetylcholine does, and how Botox works. Also Q shows up again to menace SG 60%.
2 hours and 13 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. The Backcourt starts at 1:00 Hoping Jaelin Llewellyn's length solves some of the guard defense because there's been a high floor for opponent possessions with the shorties. Don't know if he can translate into a point guard since he's always been more of an SG but makes good decisions and shares the ball for a #2 scorer on a good team. Won't have to be that here. Dug is a pest on defense, too small to hold up as a true freshman, but supposed to be quite the passer and can shoot. Kobe Bufkin is young and just gained a lot of poundage, is Caris-like but NOT Caris. Can shoot. At the three is Jett, and he can shoot too—defense might be a work in progress this year. Joey Baker can give you 15 minutes a game as a JAS. If Isaiah Barnes can play now he will play now. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. The Frontcourt starts at 31:08 The four is going to be Terrance Williams II and we all trip over ourselves to be the first to hint, then say he was outplaying Caleb Houstan last year. Like him at the four where his agility is not as big of a deal and he adds to the spacing. Backup is murky—will Youssef Khayat be big enough to assist here as a Franz-alike by later in the year? How about Jace Howard? Go small? Tschetter's defensive liabilities for his offensive prowess? With all these shooters Hunter Dickinson gets to feast. Won't have to stretch as much this year, will get more assists just because the guys he's passing to will make the shots. Best player in the league, better at drop coverage. Tarris Reed has treetrunk legs, gets to develop behind Hunter for a year. 3. How it Fits and Around the League starts at 58:02 Who is Juwan Howard's favorite son? The Big Ten is down as we cast about for contenders. Not buying Indiana's case of Xavier Johnson and TJD because what kind of case is that, except probably the best one in the B10 right now. Not State—they don't have a center save Mady Sissoko. Illinois? They lost as much as they brought in (lots). Purdue? No point, Brandon Newman and Zach Edey and Eric Hunter and Mason Gillis will certainly get them in the playoffs but scoring will be an issue even if Caleb Furst blows up like we think he will. Ohio State lost a ton, added transfers and freshmen—all slice and dicers save the JAS from WVU—to Zed Key and Justice Sueing. Iowa will be Iowa, replacing Keegan Murray with his literal clone Kris. Seth tries to sell us all on Rutgers because of continuity, but Geo Baker and Ron Harper Jr. are gone. Wisconsin…errrr….they'll probably have someone—not Tyler Wahl—emerge. Maryland takes a step back, will play small with Donta Scott at C as Kevin Willard takes a Year Zero. Penn State has a 6x transfer. Minnesota…isn't Nebraska. Pete Nance is gone from NWern—GO CHASE AUDIGE GO! 4. Hot Takes and Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:27:45 Takes hotter than a four year old that just discovered a piece of carrot in her ramen. Despite Ohio State winning 54-10 against Iowa, there is a lot to unpack. CJ Stroud had a typical day but Ohio State's rushing offense struggled. Iowa turned the ball over six time. Ohio State only scored one touchdown in their first ten drives. Iowa was desperate enough to bring in Padilla and it was also a disaster. Are we actually seeing the unraveling of the Ferentz era (or will it still take three years for Iowa to finally let him go?). Iowa's offensive EPA was -51 points... NEGATIVE FIFTY ONE. Michigan might actually have a reasonable enough chance to slow down Ohio State's offense enough to... win. Penn State bounces back and holds Mo Ibrahim to only 102 yards (3.4 avg). Sean Clifford played a great game. Tanner Morgan was out with a concussion and backup Athan Kaliakmanis did not look as good. Jamie has discovered an interesting stat about Minnesota coaching regimes. No Taulia Tagovailoa for Maryland against Northwestern, Northwestern's quarterback is Some Guy. This is just a totally differeny Maryland team right now. Maryland's 330 lbs center got flagged for doing a cartwheel - worth it. Need Penn State and Maryland to keep winning to help Michigan's chances of making the CFP just in case Michigan loses to Ohio State and goes 11-1 - imagine if Michigan missed the CFP because they cancelled the UCLA game. Wisconsin scores 21 points against Purdue in the first quarter and then glide paths to the finish line. This was Wisconsin's 16th straight win against Purdue. Rutgers vs Indiana - confirmed, both teams are bad. MUSIC: "Soul Flower"—Pharcyde "Leave It In My Dreams"—The Voidz "I Can't Explain"—David Bowie “Across 110th Street”
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Snap fell 30% and took other social media and advertising stocks down with it. (0:30) Emily Flippen and Ron Gross discuss: - Pinterest, Meta Platforms, and Alphabet getting dragged down by Snap's bad news - American Express shares falling despite increased full-year guidance - Boston Beer's strong 3rd-quarter report - The latest from Microsoft, Netflix, Tesla, and Tractor Supply (19:15) Emily and Ron dip into the Fool Mailbag and discuss: - Medical device pure-plays - Investing books they recommend - Surprising economics of pumpkin spice - The latest from McDonald's and Keurig Dr. Pepper - Stocks they're more bullish on - Two stocks on their radar: ASML Holding and Blackstone Got a question about investing? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Stocks mentioned: SNAP, PINS, META, GOOG, GOOGL, CAT, DE, AXP, NFLX, MSFT, TSLA, TSCO, SAM, MCD, DNUT, SYK, MDT, ZBH, JNJ, RMD, SG, FNCL, JPM, SBUX, PEP, KO, KDP, BX, ASML Host: Chris Hill Guests: Emily Flippen, Ron Gross Engineer: Dan Boyd
The Ministry of Home Affairs recently released 3 full studies on the death penalty, one of which found that 73% of Singapore residents believed that some form of death penalty was an appropriate punishment for drug trafficking. What can we make of these studies, and why are they being released now? Elsewhere, a Cambodian delegation wants to examine the Asian Civilisations Museum's Cambodian collection to look for lost national artefacts. Does the ACM have a moral obligation to return any artefacts, especially those acquired legally from third parties? Find us here! YLB Subreddit YLB TikTok YLB YouTube YLB IG Studies shows SG residents' support for death penalty Findings from Recent Studies on the Death Penalty in Singapore | MHA Most residents in regional cities believe Singapore's death penalty deters drug traffickers: MHA survey | CNA MHA releases, for the first time, full studies showing support for death penalty to deter drug trafficking | Today According to MHA, Singaporeans approve of the death penalty and so do others in the region | Coconuts Asian Civilizations Museum's Cambodian antiquities under scrutiny Cambodia's missing artefacts: Team to call on Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore | CNA Allegedly stolen Nepalese artefact acquired through established procedures: ACM | ST One Shiok Comment Comment by OriginalGoat1 Post by bigslothboi One Shiok Thing Harrison Ford Premieres 'Indiana Jones 5' Trailer: 'A Movie That Will Kick Your Ass' | huffpost Read the Most Amazing Letter from Steve Albini to Nirvana | Vice
This Week Klapp, SG, & Nuck Bick it and Talk the current events in an America that make SG sad to be an American. We get into the rising USA debt, PNB Rock's killers arrested, new music, NHC OG Big U bullying LA, and the topic that never ends; Kanye West shenanigans. The Brack boys are back in stride. Tap In! 0:00 Big U From Rollin 60's Talks Being a Father, Knocking Out 32 Surenos, Ice T, and Getting Shot In the 80's 6:20 Intro & SG Hates America Rant and Kids Are The Future 33:01 Historical US Debt as Pandemic Effects Starts To Show 41:09 EU Forces Apple To Use USB-C Charger In Europe and Ironically Roasting Android Users 54:54 PNB Rock Murder Suspects Arrested & Pop Smoke Killer Faces Backlash For Having Phone and Pizza In Prison 59:00 Crack Music Review - YG, Freddie Gibbs, Albee Al, NBA YoungBoy, Migos, Prodigy, Kid Cudi, Lil Jeremy, Da Baby, Rich Homie Quan 1:18:25 What Is The Hierarchy Of Rap Right Now? & Is Industry Support Necessary To Make It Big In HipHop 1:27:16 Kanye White Lives Matter Shirt and Anti Semitic Twitter Rants That Got Him Banned From Social Media, and Beef With Diddy, Boosie, & Asap Rocky 1:51:48 Big U Makes Crip Mac's Manager “Check-In” With Him 2:29:24 Down Bad, Hustler Highlight, IG Honey Of The Week, Artists Of The Week Hustler Highlights Klapp - Kanye West White Lives Matter Branding SG - Coach Stormy Low Vibration Plates Of Food IG Honey Of The Week SG - @_TFlamezzz Klapp - @StephMurves Nuck - @SZA Artists Of The Week SG: Freddie Gibbs - PYS Albee Al - King Koba Klapp: Hit Boy - Fire Proof Slumlord Trill - Honorable Member Nuck: Lil Jeremy - Homecoming Nas - Dedicated Follow Us @Klapp93gz @TriniboyElz @Heru_Jexts @ NuckGoldSoul @KshayeB @CrackBabiesPodcast
In this episode, I speak with Emily who is the founder of Asian Wander Women, a vibrant, tight knit online 1,100+ community of remote entrepreneurs, creators, and builders from all over the world. She is also a YouTuber, a podcaster, and community strategist at Stripe. Originally from San Francisco, she spent the last two years in Singapore, using SG as a launch pad to explore SE Asia. She has since transitioned to become fully remote to travel as a freelancer and consultant. Listen on to find out how Emily travels the world as a virtual consultant. --------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Remote work resources: https://www.theoffbeatlife.com/ Contact me: email@example.com Show credits: Audio Engineer: Ben Smith - Ben@howtocreateapodcast.com
Show Notes: A bionic pancreas could solve one of the biggest challenges of diabetes | MIT Technology Review (01:02) In a recent trial, a bionic pancreas that automatically delivers insulin proved more effective than pumps or injections at lowering blood glucose levels in people with type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is a serious condition that causes a person's level of glucose, or sugar, to become too high because the pancreas can't produce enough insulin Needs to be monitored and requires insulin intake every day. But maybe this bionic pancreas, which is a credit card-sized device called an iLet, could alleviate that constant monitoring It monitors a person's levels around the clock and automatically delivers insulin when needed through a tiny cannula, a thin tube inserted into the body. Worn constantly, generally on the abdomen. Determines all insulin doses based on the user's weight, and the user can't adjust the doses. A Harvard Medical School team has submitted its findings from the study to the FDA in the hopes of eventually bringing the product to market in the US. Provided 219 people with type 1 diabetes who had used insulin for at least a year with a bionic pancreas device for 13 weeks. Compared their blood sugar levels with those of 107 diabetic people who used other insulin delivery methods The blood sugar levels of the bionic pancreas group fell from 7.9% to 7.3%, while the standard care group's levels remained steady at 7.7%. Goal according to the American Diabetes Association recommends a goal of less than 7.0% Duane Mellor, the lead for nutrition and evidence-based medicine at Aston Medical School, in Birmingham, UK, who was not involved in the study, provided a pro and con for this device: “Being able to take carbohydrate counting out of the equation is a really big advantage, because it's a burden … On the flip side, they have to relinquish control [of determining the insulin dose], which could be difficult for people who've had diabetes for a long time.” The aim of the project is to democratize good glucose control, says Steven Russell, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, who led the study: “There are plenty of people who are struggling right now because they don't have the right tools, and I think the iLet could help a lot of them have much better glucose control.” Positive Childhood Experiences of Blue Spaces Linked to Better Adult Well-Being | Neuroscience News (09:37) A new study on blue spaces from data pulled from the BlueHealth International Survey (BIS) including 18 countries, showcases the benefits 15,000 people across 14 European Countries and 4 other non-European countries/regions Adults with better mental health are more likely to report having spent time playing in and around coastal and inland waters, such as rivers and lakes. Mounting evidence shows that spending time in and around green spaces such as parks and woodlands in adulthood is associated with stress reduction and better mental health. But not much info about blue spaces Respondents between the ages of 0-16 were asked to recall their blue space experiences how local they were, how often they visited them, how comfortable their parents/guardians were with them playing in these settings, They found that individuals who recalled more childhood blue space experiences tended to place greater intrinsic value on natural settings in general, and to visit them more often as adults. Associated to better mental wellbeing in adulthood Valeria Vitale, Lead author and PhD Candidate at Sapienza University of Rome, talks on the findings: “In the context of an increasingly technological and industrialized world, it's important to understand how childhood nature experiences relate to wellbeing in later life… Our findings suggest that building familiarity and confidence in and around blue spaces during childhood may stimulate an inherent joy of nature and encourage people to seek out recreational nature experiences, with beneficial consequences for adult mental health.” Scientists detect dementia signs as early as nine years ahead of diagnosis | MedicalXpress (15:14) Researchers from the University of Cambridge have shown that it is possible to spot signs of brain impairment in patients as early as nine years before they receive a dementia-related diagnosis. Found impairment in several areas, such as problem solving and number recall The findings raise the possibility that in the future, at-risk patients could be screened to help select those who would benefit from interventions. Maybe reduce their risk of developing one of the conditions, Or could help identify patients suitable for recruitment to clinical trials for new treatments. The issue with treatment for neurological disease is because these conditions are often only diagnosed once symptoms appear, whereas the underlying neurodegeneration may have begun years—even decades—earlier. May be too late in the disease process to alter its course. UK Biobank collected data from a battery of tests including problem solving, memory, reaction times and grip strength, as well as data on weight loss and gain and on the number of falls. UK Biobank is a biomedical database and research resource containing anonymized genetic, lifestyle and health information from half a million UK participants aged 40-69. Allows for the ability to go back at previous medical history to see if there were signs of neurodegeneration First author Nol Swaddiwudhipong, a junior doctor at the University of Cambridge, said, "When we looked back at patients' histories, it became clear that they were showing some cognitive impairment several years before their symptoms became obvious enough to prompt a diagnosis. The impairments were often subtle, but across a number of aspects of cognition … This is a step towards us being able to screen people who are at greatest risk—for example, people over 50 or those who have high blood pressure or do not do enough exercise—and intervene at an earlier stage to help them reduce their risk." Offshore wind turbine prototype breaks world record; 359 megawatt-hours within 24 hours | Interesting Engineering (20:10) One of the world's biggest wind turbines has recorded a remarkable renewable energy production total, reining in a massive 359 megawatt-hours within 24 hours. Enough energy to power around 18,000 households yearly Siemens Gamesa, a Spanish-German wind engineering company that manufactures wind turbines for onshore and offshore services, noted that their SG 14-222 DD has broken the record for most power produced by a single turbine in one day. SG 14-222 DD now equals the 14-MW nominal capacity of GE's biggest Haliade-X turbines and only just trailing behind the giant 15-MW Vestas rigs and the world's outright offshore champion, the "monstrous" MingYang 16 MW. The turbine achieved the milestone just ten months after it produced its first electricity and delivered it to the grid at the test center in Østerild, Denmark. Turbine Specs: 14 megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine with a capacity of up to 15 MW with the "Power Boost" 728 feet (222-meter) diameter rotor 354-feet-long (108-meter-long) B108 blades which can be recycled, A swept area of 419,792 square feet (39,000 square meters). The company wrote the following on the turbine: “With every new generation of our offshore direct drive turbine technology – which uses fewer moving parts than geared turbines – component improvements have enabled greater performance while maintaining reliability. We are able to reduce the time to market of the SG 14-222 DD thanks to standardized processes and a fully developed supply chain. Enabling high-volume production at low risk. The serial production is planned for 2024.” Stanford exoskeleton breaks out of the lab to offer 30-lb walking boost | New Atlas (29:32) Scientists at Stanford University have been working on an ankle exoskeleton designed to make walking easier. View to one day helping people with impaired mobility first untethered version for use beyond the lab Their ankle exoskeleton prototype is adjustable in the level of assistance with the max offering a boost akin to taking off a 30-lb (13-kg) backpack. In research published last year, the team demonstrated a version of the device that could increase a wearer's walking speed by around 40%. Previous iterations of the ankle exoskeletons involved complicated laboratory setups with wires, treadmills and external motors. Important for gathering motion data and rapidly testing and fine-tuning the systems to offer the optimal level of assistance The new exoskeleton is a motorized boot that applies torque at the ankle, in doing so performing some of the function of the calf muscle, helping the user push off with each step. Sensors are built into the boot to monitor movement Uses machine learning algorithms to adapt the level of assistance based on the way the person walks. Takes about an hour of walking for the exoskeleton to become accustomed to the user Team leader Steve Collins, discusses the speed boost they saw: “Optimized assistance allowed people to walk 9% faster with 17% less energy expended per distance traveled, compared to walking in normal shoes … These are the largest improvements in the speed and energy of economy walking of any exoskeleton to date. In direct comparisons on a treadmill, our exoskeleton provides about twice the reduction in effort of previous devices.” The team is now looking to test it out on older adults and disabled subjects, and are also working on versions that improve balance and joint pain. Team member Patrick Slade, on this point said: “I believe that over the next decade we'll see these ideas of personalizing assistance and effective portable exoskeletons help many people overcome mobility challenges or maintain their ability to live active, independent, and meaningful lives.”
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Sumant is the Chief Human Resource Officer at Societe General Solution Centre and he talks about SG's initiatives in introducing the coaching mindset into the company through their co-development program, how it's evolving, their different practices, etc.Learn about:Initiatives, experiments & Personal Evaluations at SGCo-development at SGEvolution of coaching at SGWhat role does coaching play in leadershipBenefits of Group CoachingAdapting the coaching mindset in the corporate spaceThis episode was recorded on 12 October 2022, as part of the 'Future of Coaching' seriesYou can see the recording on our YouTube channel. If you like this episode, please subscribe to our podcast and connect with us on the links below. Thank you for your support!Contact Us https://coacharya.com/contactWebsite https://coacharya.comWebinars https://coacharya.com/events/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/coacharyaYouTube https://youtube.com/c/coacharyaFacebook https://www.facebook.com/CoacharyaTwitter https://twitter.com/coacharyaInstagram https://www.instagram.com/coacharya
Lieder auf Schweizerdeutsch gehen direkt ins Herz. Oder lenkt ein Songtext in der Muttersprache bloss von der Musik ab? Besteht Kitschgefahr und Peinlichkeitsalarm? Diese Fragen diskutieren Gastgeberin Nadia Zollinger und Mundartexperte Markus Gasser mit der Sängerin Heidi Happy. Sie muss es wissen, denn auf ihrem neuen Album singt sie neben Hochdeutsch, Englisch und Französisch erstmals auch auf Schweizerdeutsch. Sprungbretter für die Diskussion über Mundart oder Englisch als Singsprache sind Thesen bekannter Schweizer Musiker wie Marc Sway, Seven und Black Tiger. Heidi Happy gibt einen Blick hinter die Kulissen des Songwritings. Markus Gasser ordnet die teils steilen Thesen sachlich ein. Aufgenommen wurde das Gespräch am 6. Mundartfestival Arosa, vor Publikum in der Dampfbar des Kursaals. Familienname Buschor Der seit dem 14. Jahrhundert in Altstätten (SG) bezeugte Familienname Buschor ist im Bodenseeraum weiter verbreitet. Buschor ist ein sogenannter Wohnstättenname und zu einem Flur- oder Hofnamen «Buechschoore» gebildet. «Buechschoore» ist zusammengesetzt aus «Buech» und «Schoore» und hat die Bedeutung «mit Buchen bewachsene Bergkuppe».
It's a special Wednesday/Thursday night back to back with Alex Calleja and Mo (who is in Denver) as the two birthday boys take on 4 calls that will make your head spin -- because that's what love and sex can do. Join us for some offensive laughter and compelling takes on life's greatest challenges! Caller #1 is RiRi who is 31yrs old from Manila. RiRi is a mom of two children, with one of them being autistic who requires 7 hours of therapy a week. It's in that grind that RiRi is starting to struggle with that fact that her husband in an OFW and not there with her. She has needs too that go beyond being a mom so she wants to ask the boys if it's okay to take on a boyfriend while her hubby is out. Caller #2 is Leo who is 29yrs old from Singapore. Leo is a pretty, young, personable girl living in SG. She's been in several Fubu relationships that lasted years. She also has an undeveloped ear (including being deaf in that ear) and it has affected her self-esteem and she thinks is a possible reason she has not been successful in love. Powered by Anchor.fm , we will see you on another episode of GTWM tomorrow. Thanks for the download and please support the podcast by donating as little as $0.99 cents via Anchor at: anchor.fm/djmotwister --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/djmotwister/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/djmotwister/support
Peligrosos bombardeos en centrales eléctricas de Ucrania / Récord de aerogenerador marino / Récord de aceleración en coche eléctrico / Problemas en el mayor supercomputador / MareNostrum 5 tendrá módulo cuántico / Bombillas inteligentes de IKEA son hackeables Patrocinador: La gama Volvo Recharge te ofrece una tecnología con la que podrás realizar tus trayectos diarios al trabajo utilizando únicamente el motor eléctrico sin contaminar y sin hacer ruido. Y también viajes largos podrás conducir con un único pedal para conseguir regeneración eléctrica máxima, ahorrando en combustible y frenos . — Descubre más en VolvoCars.com. Peligrosos bombardeos en centrales eléctricas de Ucrania / Récord de aerogenerador marino / Récord de aceleración en coche eléctrico / Problemas en el mayor supercomputador / MareNostrum 5 tendrá módulo cuántico / Bombillas inteligentes de IKEA son hackeables
Ann & Hope… were two women. Then the words became the name of a ship, followed by a mill, and later a store. This week, I'll bring you along as I learn the story of the Ann & Hope Mill and the discount department store that shared its name. And along the way, we'll even uncover a bit of a mystery. Episode Source MaterialAnn and Hope Store Complex (Ann and Hope Mill, Lonsdale Mill) | SAH ARCHIPEDIAAnn & Hope mill sells for $3.5 million | News | valleybreeze.comDevelopers unveil proposal for old Ann & Hope building | WPRI.comHistoricandArchitectural Resources of Cumberland, Rhode IslandThe Hermit of Study Hill: Where are Blackstone's bones? – Rhode's GalleryBrown and IvesLonsdale Company Records (MSS 9 SG 2)Ann & Hope - WikipediaPassages: Irwin Chase, co-founder of Ann & Hope department store, paved way for Walmart, KmartThe Wal-Mart RevolutionHow to be a Billionaire: Proven Strategies from the Titans of WealthCaptain Wilbur Kelly - Blackstone River ValleyThe Landmark | BVHS HistoricandArchitectural Resources of Cumberland, Rhode IslandThe mysterious case of William Blackstone's remains | News | valleybreeze.comWilliam Blackstone Memorial Park | quahog.orgNational Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form 1. Name 2 Location 3. Classification 4. Owner of Property 5. LocaBlackstone River State Park, Bikeway, and Visitor's Center HistoryMill Preservation in the Blackstone River ValleyRhode Island Jewish Historical Notes | 1972Ann & Hope: America's First Superstore | Down the Rhode #11993 Annual ReportDiscount store - Wikipedia
Amnesia! Fr. Cory Sticha, Lisa Jones, and Victor Lams dioscuss whether this is a classic SG-1 story with a scifi premise built around the relationships in the team or it's yet another amnesia episode recycling old scifi tropes. The post Beneath the Surface appeared first on StarQuest Media.
SG ¾ (plus Jacob) tries to deal with an evil version of Teal'c, Apophis, a bunch of blasphemous jaffa, a replicator invasion, and a Magic 8 Ball whose only answer is “The universe says ‘maybe.'” It's just layers and layers of enemies and frenemies.
Ukraine has made significant battlefield gains in the past month, changing the dynamics of the Russian invasion, leading to a partial Russian troop mobilisation and threats by Vladimir Putin of tactical nuclear weapons use. Allan and Darren talk through these dynamics, in particular Putin's decision-making calculus and what the rest of the world must do to deter nuclear escalation, including the uncomfortable possibility that NATO's interests and Ukraine's interests could diverge in the future. FM Penny Wong led the Australian delegation to the United National General Assembly Meetings in New York. Allan and Darren begin with the welcoming speech of Secretary General António Guterres, discussing whether the office of the SG and the UN remain relevant in the current fractured geopolitical landscape. Then they turn to Australia's statement to UNGA, delivered by Penny Wong, and how it was similar to, and different from, previous statements in recent years. One notable focus this year was on First Nations Australians. Finally, having recently participated in a “Track 1.5” dialogue, Allan reflects on the purpose and function of this type of diplomacy. We thank Atikah Mekki for audio editing and Rory Stenning for composing our theme music. Relevant links “Read Putin's national address on a partial military mobilization”, Washington Post, 21 September 2022: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/09/21/putin-speech-russia-ukraine-war-mobilization/ Gideon Rachman, “Putin's nuclear threats cannot be ignored”, Financial Times, 26 September 2022: https://www.ft.com/content/25862f8d-d6de-48c7-a892-091e5f909734 Rohan Mukherjee, “China and India weren't critical of Putin's war. Did that change?”, Washington Post, 26 September 2022: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/09/26/putin-ukraine-china-india-xi-modi/ António Guterres, Secretary-General's address to the General Assembly, 20 September 2022: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/sg/speeches/2022-09-20/secretary-generals-address-the-general-assembly Mark Beeson, “Guterres whistles in the wind”, Lowy Interpreter, 21 September 2022: https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/guterres-whistles-wind Penny Wong, National Statement to the UN General Assembly, New York, 23 September 2022: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/penny-wong/statements/national-statement-un-general-assembly-new-york Julie Bishop, Australia's National Statement - United Nations General Assembly, 22 September 2017: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/julie-bishop/speech/australias-national-statement-united-nations-general-assembly Marise Payne, National Statement - United Nations General Assembly, 28 September 2018: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/marise-payne/speech/national-statement-united-nations-general-assembly Quarterly Essay, “Uncivil wars”, QE 87, September 2022: https://www.quarterlyessay.com.au/essay/2022/09/uncivil-wars “On The Air with Gerry Anderson: Hypno Hen” (youtube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TOR895yhIw
Avec : David Le Bars, SG du syndicat des commissaires de la police nationale. - Chaque matin, RMC reçoit un invité au cœur de l'actualité. Hommes et femmes de la classe politique et économique répondent aux questions sans détour du journaliste. La matinale 100% opinions et auditeurs 3ème saison pour Apolline de Malherbe aux commandes d'Apolline Matin. Cette année, de nouvelles voix viennent rejoindre l'équipe. L'humoriste Arnaud Demanche viendra chaque matin dialoguer avec les auditeurs à 7h20 (le « 3216 d'Arnaud Demanche ») et proposera un billet d'humeur grinçant et piquant à 8h20 (« Vivement Demanche ») ! Marguerite Dumont aux journaux et Amélie Rosique pour la chronique « RMC s'engage pour vous » rejoindront également l'équipe d'Apolline Matin pour une matinale 100% info, engagée et d'opinions.
Oh boy! This is a song that's chock full of fun facts, all of which are true, though I did round off some of the numbers. And though I realize the timing of this title may seem insensitive, this song was in fact written nearly a year ago, and it's the lead-off track on "Top Ten Songs That Steve Has Come Up With Since His Last CD (plus 6 more!)" which is my latest album, and which you should definitely buy here! So please don't cancel me. Words, music, guitars, bass, drums, piano, keyboards, banjo, vocals, arrangement, production: SG
Season 3 Episode 16: Urgo IDK why the AI always want to live so badly, but that's the case here as Urgo the Hitchbrainer asks MacGiver to save him from death row using only a banana peel, a toothpick, and the full annoyance power of SG-1 all talking at once. It's totally different from last week's episode except also a tiny bit the same. To their credit, the Gate Gang wins a much harder case this week. Oh, and Dom Deluise is the shit. ----more---- 00:00 - Intro 04:25 - 24 Seconds 06:22 - Episode Debrief 59:24 - Were We Comforted 1:03:00 - Yeh Neh or Meh 1:08:30 - Next Episode 1:08:58 - ComeTrya! 1:09:50 - Get To Know Your Hosts
Moral dilemma! Fr. Cory Sticha, Lisa Jones, and Victor Lams discuss this story that challenges SG-1 to find a solution that will benefit and save two peoples, neither of which is the bad guy in this situation. The post Scorched Earth appeared first on StarQuest Media.
We had the pleasure of interviewing “Captain” Kirk Douglas over Zoom video.The Roots guitarist “Captain” Kirk Douglas issues a brand new single and music video entitled “We Can Be One” under his solo imprint Hundred Watt Heart. The New York-based GRAMMY® Award-winning guitarist and vocalist steps into the spotlight with this introspective and infectious anthem. The track hinges on a wah-pedal drenched funk riff, simmering beat, and boisterous horn section. It locks into an Afrobeat-infused strut as he repeats an undeniable and uplifting mantra on the hook, “We can be one.” The Alexander Fischetti-directed accompanying video captures this spirit and highlights Kirk's powerful presence as a frontman in his own right. It harnesses the track's psychedelic sound and influences from funk to jazz to jam and everything in between, establishing Kirk as a genre-defying master of his craft. Most importantly, “We Can Be One” paves the way for his anxiously awaited new full-length solo LP—due out very soon. Stay tuned for more from “Captain” Kirk Douglas. Audiences worldwide recognize “Captain” Kirk Douglas's scorching singular style as a six-string powerhouse. Joining The Roots back in 2003, he has supplied guitar and background vocals for a series of critically acclaimed Top 10 albums on the Billboard Top 200, including The Tipping Point , Game Theory , Rising Down , How I Got Over , and Wake Up!  with John Legend. The latter garnered a pair of GRAMMY® Awards, namely “Best R&B Album” and “Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance” for “Hang On In There.” In addition, his guitar powered The Roots's tastemaker-approved …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin in 2014. Between countless sold-out live shows, he holds down guitar duties for the band nightly on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He also notably forces with Gibson Guitars to release his own signature SG model. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheRoots #HundredWattHeart #CaptainKirkDouglas #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Zaidi ya nchi 190 zimefikia makubaliano juu ya mazungumzo ya mabadiliko ya tabianchi. Makubaliano hayo yamefikiwa baada ya siku saba ya mazungumzo nchini Uswisi, katika utaratibu wa maandalizi ya kongamano kubwa litakalofanyika mjini Paris, Disemba mwaka huu. Christiana Figueres, Katibu Mtendaji wa mkataba wa kimataifa kuhusu mabadiliko ya tabianchi, UNFCCC, ametangaza hayo alipozungumza na waandishi wa habari leo mjini Geneva. “ Ni lazima makubaliano ya Paris yaende sambamba na sayansi. Inamaanisha vitu viwili, kwanza tutatengeneza takwimu za awali, na pia tutaanzisha utaratibu wa muda mrefu kwa msingi wa kutorudi nyuma, na kuendelea kuchukua hatua zaidi hadi nusu ya pili ya karne hii” Akizungumzia nafasi ya nchi zinazoendelea katika mkutano huo mwakilishi wa Tanzania katika ofisi za Umoja wa Matifa mjini Geneva Modest Mero anasema. (SAUTI ya Mero)
SG & Klapp welcome Nuck back to the rotation to discuss current events and make fun of different gangs (all in fun). This week we paid Queen Elizabeth II the respect she deserves, theorize why the Vice Lords aren't as big as Gangster Disciples, debate rapper security in wake of PNB Rock's death in LA, try to figure out this new Illinois Bail reform, clowned rapper Quando Rondo for quitting the Crips on IG, voice our support for Halle Bailey and the new Little Mermaid film, and much more in this return to form from the last few chaotic (but still good) episodes. Entertaining with a dash of willful ignorance as usual. Tap In 0:00 History Of The Vice Lords Community Work & Intro 7:09 Queen Elizabeth II Finally Takes Her Old Ass To The Upperroom 12:50 Illinois Getting Rid Of Cash Bail 24:38 PNB Rock Killed In Roscoes Chicken N Waffles: Is Rap The Most Dangerous Job 46:05 Famous Chicago Hood O-Block (Popularized By Chief Keef) Sold To Investors And The Most Influential Part Of Metro Atlanta 1:03:52 NHC Rapper Quando Rondo Quits The Gang On IG After The Loss Of His Friend In LA 1:35:30 Internet Rapper Troll Charleston White Accidentally Shoots Himself In Stripclub & 50 Cent Ends Partnership With Starz 1:43:21 Kanye Ends Contract With Gap & The Woman King Movie Boycott 1:55:02 The Black Little Mermaid Backlash 2:06:34 Down Bad Segment,IG Honey, Hustler Highlights, Artist & Throwback Of The Week IG Honey Of The Week Nuck - @ArmaniCaesar SG - @GinaViews Klapp - @_exotic.doll_ All - @IceSpicee Hustler Highlight Nuck - @Tmanegotem_PureGold SG - PassPort Boyz Klapp - @VanessBercian From Realty One Group Artist & Throwback of The Week Nuck: Elz Jenkins - Drug Money For The Revolution Nore & Big Pun - You Came Up SG: EST. Gee - “I Never Felt Nun” Album Kelela - All The Way Down Klapp: Oba Rowland - BuffStreet Boy Jesse Powell - You Follow Us @Heru_Jexts, @TriniBoyElz, @NuckGoldSoul, @Klapp93gz, @Kshayeb, @CrackBabiesPodcast
We finally make it to Kerri's favorite episode with The First Ones! You also gotta give it up to Dion Johnstone for his portrayal of Chaka in this episode cos he knocked it out of the park. (But he does seem to be bad luck for SG-11…) If anybody out there might know why Jack calls for Sierra Gulf One One Niner when he's trying to get ahold of SG-11, please let us know why Jack says niner. Because we are confused. This episode also opens up a lot of questions about how exactly the goa'uld evolved from this state to the god-imitating, galaxy-dominating megalomaniacs. What is the plural of Unas?
Bear markets always come to an end, but they're not necessarily fun while they last. (0:21) Bill Mann discusses: - The market reacting to the Federal Reserve's announcement a day before the Fed actually makes it - Why large companies like Microsoft are quietly preparing for 2023 and 2024 - The bizarre incident involving Beyond Meat's chief operating officer (11:25) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp talk with Emily Flippen about some of the biggest consumer goods storylines of the year, and potential radar stocks for investors. Stocks mentioned: MSFT, BYND, NFLX, LULU, PTON, CHWY, SG, BARK, VDC Host: Chris Hill Guests: Bill Mann, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Emily Flippen Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
Dalam episod Malam Seram kali ini KC bacakan cerita seram dan ngeri melibatkan kereta keluarga SG yang hampir terbabas masuk gaung kerana WAZE! Sebelum kereta berhenti secara mendadak ayah yang memandu ternampak sesuatu. Jom ikuti kisah penuh dalam Malam Seram The Horror Talk Show!MALAM SERAM adalah segmen LIVE perkongsian pengalaman seram dan misteri. Anggap ia hanya sekadar perkongsian sahaja. Jangan mudah percaya dan terlalu taksub dengan apa yang anda dengar! MALAM SERAM The Horror Talk Show Bukan Sekadar Cerita Seram.
Live from the East Coast! First, Jeremy Parish and Nadia Oxford explore the different game experiences '80s kids had growing up in the U.S. vs. Japan. Then, Jeremy flies solo to relay his findings from a year-long trip through Sega's SG-1000 library. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early access, better audio quality, and great exclusive content. Learn more at http://www.patreon.com/retronauts
Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan sosyal konut projesini açıkladı: Evler 608 bin, iş yerleri 350 bin, arsalar 192 bin 500 liradan başlıyor / AYM'den emsal karar: Cezaevi yönetimi mahkumların dilekçesini okuyamaz / Kotalı hastalık dönemi: 1 ayda en fazla 3 hastane randevusu alınabilecek! / İstanbul'da suya yüzde 40.38 oranında zam geldi / İSİG raporu: 8 ayda en az 1202 işçi iş cinayetlerinde öldü... Gündemin önemli başlıkları Demet Bilge Erkasap'ın hazırladığı bültende
Hey look! It's a live recording of a song from my new album "Top Ten Songs That Steve Has Come Up With Since His Last CD (plus 6 more!)"! Oh boy! Words and music: SG, Bethany Hill, and Bill Warrington Inspired song idea: Samee Cannon Recorded at the Bluebird Cafe, Nashville TN You should definitely buy this new CD here!
In this episode, we talk all things critical care the one and only, Dr. Jean-Louis Vincent aka. JLV. This episode is a MUST listen. We touch upon the evolution of early goal directed therapy, measures of fluid responsiveness, optimizing oxygen delivery, and the importance of integrating data points versus examining them in isolation when caring for our critically ill and injured patients. This and MUCH MUCH more in arguably one of my favorite episodes to date!!Timestamps00:00 Introduction01:21 What happened to SG catheters and should we use them?04:05 What decreases mortality in critical care patients?05:30 When to transfuse critical care patient? Use your brain! 08:55 Measures of tissue perfusion and fluid responsiveness09:36 JLV breaks down the Rivers trial10:36 Recent EGDT papers 10:54 How to optimize O2 delivery? Late ScVO2, dob challenge, and fluid challenges13:21 Dynamic measures of fluid responsiveness13:46 CVP as a relative value15:14 Passive leg raising (PLR) as a measure of fluid responsiveness21:20 JLV's take on therapeutic nihilism24:45 Don't isolate; integrate!26:46 Navigating the future of critical care – JLV's thoughts on AI in the ICU29:55 Rapid fire hot topics in the ICU – Yes or No -Metabolic cocktail-Corticosteroids for septic shock-Albumin and Lasix or Lasix alonePCT/CRP and sepsis/AbxResources:International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM):https://www.isicem.orgISICEM Chats Platform:https://www.isicem.org/e-chat/index.asp Articles:Passive leg raising:five rules, not a drop of fluid! https://ccforum.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13054-014-0708-5The fluid challengehttps://ccforum.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13054-020-03443-yBlood lactate levels in sepsis: 8 questionsVincent JL, Bakker J. Blood lactate levels in sepsis: in 8 questions. Curr Opin Crit Care. 2021 Jun 1;27(3):298-302. doi: 10.1097/MCC.0000000000000824. PMID: 33852499.We should avoid the term "fluid overload"https://ccforum.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13054-018-2141-7EGDT in the Treatment of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shockhttps://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa010307A Randomized Trial of Protocol-Based Care for Early Septic Shockhttps://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa1401602Support the show
Lucas, Rob, & Shap touch on the Donovan Mitchell trade before resuming their Player Preview series, this time talking about some players at the SG. The trio talk about Norm Powell, Brandon Boston Jr., Paul George, and Amir Coffey before wrapping up with Moussa Diabate. It's already September, Preseason basketball this month!
This week the Nasdaq officially entered bull market territory. (0:30) Emily Flippen and Jason Moser discuss: - July CPI and how lower-than-expected inflation fueled a market rally - Axon Enterprises posting record revenue in Q2 - Marqeta founder Jason Gardner stepping down as CEO - Drama between Unity Software, AppLovin, and Ironsource - The latest from Disney, Upstart Holdings, Sweetgreen and The Trade Desk (19:45) Tim Beyers talks with Marsha Barnes, founder & CEO of The Finance Bar, about the mindset traps that can keep people from investing and how to avoid them. (30:15) Emily and Jason analyze Nvidia pre-announcing their earnings, as well as: - Domino's Pizza exiting Italy - A listener's question about Intel - Two stocks on their radar: Sonos and Masimo Stocks discussed on the show: DIS, AXON, MQ, U, APPLOVIN, IS, SG, TTD, NVDA, DPZ, INTC, MASI, SONO Host: Chris Hill Guests: Emily Flippen, Jason Moser, Tim Beyers, Marsha Barnes Engineer: Dan Boyd