Jazzsaxofonist en componist Wayne Shorter is op 2 maart 2023 overleden op 89-jarige leeftijd. Shorter had niet alleen een grote naam als saxofonist, maar geldt ook als invloedrijk vernieuwer, als schrijver van bekende jazzcomposities. Hij stond aan de wieg van grote vernieuwingen in de jazz. Deze uitzending van All That Jazzz twee uur de muziek van Wayne Shorter. Lees verder →
Jazzsaxofonist en componist Wayne Shorter is op 2 maart 2023 overleden op 89-jarige leeftijd. Shorter had niet alleen een grote naam als saxofonist, maar geldt ook als invloedrijk vernieuwer, als schrijver van bekende jazzcomposities. Hij stond aan de wieg van grote vernieuwingen in de jazz. Deze uitzending van All That Jazzz twee uur de muziek van Wayne Shorter. Lees verder →
Sparked by the recent passing of saxophonist Wayne Shorter, my brother Andrew DeNicola (Berklee College of Music 2017, Queens College 2023) joins me on the show to talk about Shorter's legacy and the history of Jazz over some records. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesaltbox/support
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: Suggestion: A workable romantic non-escalation policy for EA community builders, published by Severin on March 8, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Last year, I attended an Authentic Leadership Training with the Authentic Relating org Authentic Revolution, and was course lead mentee for a second iteration. One thing that struck me about AuthRev's ways is their approach to policing romantic relationships between facilitators and participants, within a community whose personal/professional overlap is even stronger than EA's. They have a romantic non-escalation policy that goes roughly like this: For three months after a retreat, and for one month after an evening event, facilitators are prohibited from engaging romantically, or even hinting at engaging romantically, with attendees. The only exception is when a particular attendee and the facilitator already dated beforehand. These numbers are drawn from experience: As some people have most of their social life within the community, longer timelines are so unworkable that the default is to just ignore them and do everything in secret. Shorter timelines, however, tend to be insufficiently effective for mitigating the problems this policy tries to address. Granted, Authentic Relating is a set of activities that is far more emotionally intense than what usually happens at EA events. However, I think there are some reasons for EA community builders to adhere to this policy anyway: Romance distracts from the cause. Attendees should focus on getting as much ea-related value as possible out of EA events, and we as organizers should focus on generating as much value as possible. Thinking about which hot community builder you can get with later distracts from that. And, thinking about which hot participant you can get with later on can lead to decisions way more costly than just lost opportunities to provide more value. None of us are as considerate and attuned in our private lives as when doing community building work. Sometimes we don't have the energy to listen well. Sometimes we really need to vent. Sometimes we are just bad at communication when we don't pay particular attention to choosing our words. The personas we put up at work just aren't real people. If people fall in love with the version of me that they see leading groups, they will inevitably be disappointed later. Power differentials make communication about consent difficult. And the organizer/attendee-separation creates a power differential, whether we like it or not. The more power differential there is, the more important it is to move very slowly and carefully in romance. Status is sexy. Predatorily-minded people know this. Thus, they are incentivized to climb the social EA ladder for the wrong reasons. If we set norms that make it harder for people to leverage their social status for romantic purposes, we can correct for this. That is, as long as our rules are not so harsh that they will just be ignored by default. Though a part of me finds this policy inconvenient, I think it would be a concerning sign if I weren't ready to commit to it after I saw it's value in practice. However, EA is different from AR, and a milder/different/more specified version might make more sense for us. Accordingly, I'll let the idea simmer a bit before I fully commit. Which adjustments would you make for our context? Some specific questions I have: AR retreats are intensely facilitated experiences. During at least some types of EA retreats, the hierarchies are much flatter, and participants see the organizers "in function" only roughly as much as during an evening-long workshop. Does this justify shortening the three months, e.g. to one month no matter for which type of event? I'd expect that the same rule should apply for professional 1-on-1s, for example EA career coaching....
Not the hero we needed, but the one we deserved. This week, Nathan and Ryan go on adventures of gastronomical proportions. Ryan takes a swig of the elusive Peepsi, while Nathan does his best to avoid eating avian organs. The two take a deep dive into nutritional labels as they discuss the hottest new superhero on the block. If you enjoyed the episode, gas us up with a review on Apple Podcasts (or rate it on Spotify): https://apple.co/3xEFLP7 Leave a voice memo to be featured in an episode: https://bit.ly/3am_message Hop in the study room with the boys on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3am_ep40 Follow us on Instagram for clips and updates: https://bit.ly/3am_ig EPISODE 40 TIMESTAMPS (00:00) - Cancelling a Childhood Icon (02:21) - Live Peepsi Taste Test (07:05) - Had Us in the First Half (10:14) - Early Grad Gift (14:04) - My Heart Sank to my Stomach (26:17) - Escaping Costco (38:32) - Captain Type I Diabetes (52:42) - Experiencing a Mid-Pod Crisis (53:23) - The Shorter the Better
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The Who's Shorter Game
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We lost a true jazz great March 2nd: composer and saxophonist Wayne Shorter. In this episode I play music from his earliest to his latest years, with a few clips from fans, other musicians, and one from Mr. Shorter himself.
Generation Red: A Husker Podcast
In this episode of Generation Red: A Husker Podcast, Scott and I talk specifically about Dylan Raiola's surprise unofficial visit to Lincoln last weekend. Over the course of about 30 minutes, we examine the meaning behind the visit, the motivation for Dylan's ultimate decision of where to go play college ball, the crazy fun that was him throwing the bones at a sold-out PBA, the crazy news cycle that was around that weekend, and then we give our percentage chances of him ending up in Lincoln.This is the start of a new type of content that we plan to release during the off-season. They will be focused, single-topic episodes that we are branding as GenRedPods. Shorter name. Shorter shows. Good content.We hope you enjoyed the show, and would love for you to contact us with questions, comments, or suggestions. Use the links below to find us on social media, or to send an email.Also, look us up on the web, where you can stream the latest episode right in your browser, or download it from the library. You will also find subscribe links to all the major podcast platforms on our website as well.LINKSWeb: http://genredpod.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@genredpod/?sub_confirmation=1Facebook: http://facebook.com/genredpodTwitter: http://twitter.com/genredpodEmail: email@example.comMUSIC provided by: http://epidemicsound.com
Wayne Shorter was a legendary saxophonist and composer whose career began in the 1950's and spanned the development of modern jazz. Mr. Shorter died this week, at the age of 89. To honor his life and music, we are bringing back this episode, which originally aired in 2017. It features Wayne Shorter and a jazz artist 50 years his junior: Esperanza Spalding. Ms. Spalding is a bass player, composer, lyricist and singer - and one of the most exciting artists in contemporary jazz. Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding may have come of age during different jazz eras and in different parts of the country, but they became friends and artistic soulmates, who shared many of the same views about making music and the creative process.
durée : 01:13:06 - Club Jazzafip - L'immense saxophoniste et compositeur de jazz américain nous a quittés ce jeudi 2 mars à l'âge de 89 ans.
Shorter episode this week, so hopefully you can savor it more than some jams out there on the market right now. This week, Nathan runs into a National Treasure in the flesh (more or less), while Ryan gets to feel like one thanks to a peculiar dating site. Something's smelling a little fishy with that one, but don't worry, Ryan's got it covered. If you enjoyed the episode, gas us up with a review on Apple Podcasts (or rate it on Spotify): https://apple.co/3xEFLP7 Leave a voice memo to be featured in an episode: https://bit.ly/3am_message Hop in the study room with the boys on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3am_ep39 Follow us on Instagram for clips and updates: https://bit.ly/3am_ig EPISODE 39 TIMESTAMPS (00:00) - Jammin' Out (02:39) - Intro Song (02:49) - Peepsi (10:45) - Trying New Things (13:23) - Supersmeller (17:43) - Capitol Treasure (22:10) - A Cheesy Segment (28:41) - Latin American Cupid (35:47) - Coughing Up the Court (43:42) - Outro (44:52) - Soup Mode
This podcast goes swimmingly! Sean and Priyanka talk about Sean's fear of swimming and how to reduce anxiety. The wonderful Wilson Cruz is on the show. He tells the story of how he learned one leg was shorter than the other.
Richard Shorter is the founder of Non-perfect Dad an organisation which looks to provide organisations and parents with critical insight into creating a collaborative and evidence based approach in supporting young people participating in performance sport.Show notes02:30 - Richard role as non perfect Dad05:30 - Why is support needed in performance sport08:30 - The key characteristics of positive player support14:00 - The necessity of player feedback in the development pathway19:00 - Scaffolding the preparation of bad news or 'being released?'28:00 - The importance of no surprises for an upcoming decision33:00 - Understanding how the experiences of being in pressurised sport can be beneficial 37:00- Staying connected to the organisation long term.38:30 - Creating collaborative parent, player and coaching environments Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Who Got The Assist? FPL Podcast
Shorter pod this week with information to come midweek (sorry, can't do any other time so it had to be today), in which Lucy & Tom meditate on the events leading up to the deadline and then have a brief discussion on the impact of EO (effective ownership) Back next week for a full fat pod discussing the ramifications of the rest of this week's results... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast
Welcome to our Podcast #2,636! Here's a link to our Costa Rica Pura Vida Amazon Products Store! Happy Shopping! https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/costaricaproductsamazon.html We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! If you're thinking about moving to Costa Rica, we can assist! Visit "Royal Palms Costa Rica Real Estate". . we are DEDICATED BUYER'S AGENTS. Check out our website at www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com/buyersagent.html Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 350 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/@thecostaricagoodnewsreport/videos Check out an amazing travel website catering to those travelers age 50 and over! Dozens of incredible expert contributors writing about so many destinations: https://www.travelawaits.com/ Here's our 1st contribution to the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2789789/questions-to-ask-if-thinking-about-retiring-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 2nd article on the TravelAwaits website as promised: https://www.travelawaits.com/2798638/tips-for-driving-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 3rd article on the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2794704/how-to-gain-residency-status-in-costa-rica/ Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message
The new tower at Northside Hospital Gwinnett is still on track for completion in 2025, but after consultations with the Federal Aviation Administration the structure will be two stories shorter than originally planned, hospital officials said. In late December, Northside officials announced that they had received approval to add seven stories onto the project at its Lawrenceville campus for a total of 17, which would have made the tower the tallest building in Gwinnett County. But after consultations between Northside and the FAA, a decision was made to lower the tower by two stories — 27 feet — to ensure flight safety since the Gwinnett County Airport at Briscoe Field is nearby. Despite the reduction in floors, Northside's plan is still to add more than 300 beds to the Lawrenceville campus, bringing the total to 696 when the project is complete. That will make Lawrenceville the largest facility in the Northside system, surpassing the Atlanta campus, which has 622 beds. A third of the beds in the tower will be used for critical care, which will replace the original intensive care unit that was built at Northside Gwinnett in the 1980's. The intensive care rooms will be larger than what the current ones with upgrades to meet patient needs. The Gwinnett County Board of Education's leadership will remain unchanged this year after a majority for the board members chose to keep Steve Knudsen as their vice-chairman for this year. Knudsen, who represents District 2 on the school board, served as the board's vice-chairman last year. The board voted last month to keep Board Member Tarece Johnson as its chairwoman, a role she filled last year as well. The board postponed making a decision on a vice-chairman last month because Knudsen was not present for the January board meeting. Knudsen, Johnson and Board Member Mary Kay Murphy voted to keep him as vice-chairman. Board Members Karen Watkins and Adrienne Simmons voted for Simmons to be the vice-chair. Lionheart Theatre in Norcross hosted a staged reading of Diane Dexter's play, “Deli,” in 2022. The experience affected the playwright in several ways. She said hearing her words aloud was unnerving at first. Yet now that the play is scheduled for production at Lionheart from March 3-19, Dexter anticipates seeing what this amazing cast brings to her characters. The journey of creation to presentation is an experience few get to travel, and the message “Deli” conveys is also a personal one. Dexter grew up in a small Pennsylvania town where her family owned a drug store. She experienced firsthand how much hard work it takes to sustain a family business, and what a devastating effect the chain stores had when they opened their doors offering cheaper prices. Lionheart's founder and producing director Tanya Gilmer appreciated the craft and message of Dexter's work. The play itself takes place in 1990 and chain restaurants are cutting into the Davison family deli's income. The customer base is shifting, and the younger generation of customers are exploring other eateries. What happens to a neighborhood institution when the neighborhood changes? A few of the cast members from the 2022 staged reading auditioned for this March production of “Deli” and were cast. Dexter's husband, Jim Dexter, is also in this cast. Performances are scheduled March 3-19 on Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. There are also Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Tickets are $18 for adults and $16 for seniors, students and members of the military. Proposed legislation would allow Georgians to create state-funded Education Savings Accounts. Under Senate Bill 233, taxpayers would fund $6,000 per student per school year. Students could use that money to defray "qualified" education costs, including private school tuition. During last year's session, the state Senate scuttled a similar measure, Senate Bill 601, the Georgia Educational Freedom Act. It would have similarly created state-funded Promise Scholarships of up to $6,000 a year, which Georgia families could have used for education expenses, such as private school tuition, tutoring and homeschool curriculum. A separate measure, House Bill 54, would increase the state's tax credit scholarship cap from $120 million annually to $200 million per year starting in 2024. The state's tax credit scholarship program, enacted in 2008, allows individuals and corporations to use part of their state tax obligation for private school scholarships. It is not just the private sector and Gwinnett's cities that are undertaking new big projects in the county. The county's government leaders are involved in some significant economic development projects that will grab headlines for years to come. The most high profile of those is the redevelopment of Gwinnett Place Mall, but the county's economic development team also has gateway development projects at the OFS property in unincorporated Norcross and at the former Olympic Tennis Center property on U.S. Highway 78 near Snellville. The Gwinnett Place Mall redevelopment is a project that business and elected government leaders often point to as one of the biggest projects looming on the horizon in Gwinnett. The mall was a major shopping destination when it opened in 1984, but it had gone into a sharp decline in recent years. County leaders closed on a purchase of most of the mall property — sans the Macy's, Beauty Master, Mega Mart and former Sear's anchors — in 2021. Renderings of what the property could become include a central green space; a cultural community center; retail spaces; dining options; office space; multi—family uses; job and small business support; and other community services. 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You'll need to dip extra low to get under the limbo bar this week, beardos! Join Joe, Jay, and Anthony as they stock the market with the shortest sundries.Episode artwork by Aaron Choi @ https://theaaronchoi.com/Gemma Amor @ https://gemmaamorauthor.com/I Want to be a Producer @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzTFOGrxrC8 Opening Theme: Bandero by Noah SmithLicense code: O6VTYHIBMCB1DGGEShow Us Your Sundries Short Shorts: Love Slow by Night DriftLicense code: SRQ72VJKANZ5D8GSClosing Theme: Happy Feels by All Good FolksLicense code: OC4AHE7KSNMDLCBP
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand open up the second hour talking about Jayson Tatum saying the first round of the playoffs should be 5 games and the Atlanta Hawks looking to hire Ime Udoka.(11:42) The guys give their thoughts on swinger parties.(24:35) The crew talks about the Bruins and Brad March and stresses that the records don't matter. (33:55) Zo & Beetle wrap up hour two talking about the Red Sox “vibes” with Milliken.CONNECT WITH ZOLAK & BERTRANDhttps://www.instagram.com/zoandbertrandhttps://twitter.com/ZoandBertrandhttps://www.facebook.com/ZolakandBertrandhttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub
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Description Introduction (00:00-01:16) Join me, Steph Thompson, on a journey to learn about pelvic organ prolapse as we explore helpful information to support you, the listeners. Drawing from my personal experience with prolapse, I invite experts and guests to share their knowledge on the topic. Changes for Season 3 (01:17-01:58) Season 3 of The Low Down with Bravemumma brings changes, all focused on helping YOU prioritize self-care and self-improvement. Shorter episodes, ranging from 10 to 30 minutes, will make it easier for you to fit valuable information into your busy schedule. In addition to the podcast, you can also access helpful information through our monthly newsletter and YouTube channel. Guest speaker interviews will dive straight into valuable information without lengthy introductions, and show notes will provide additional background on the speakers. Thank You and Upcoming Event (01:59-03:15) I want to express my gratitude to all our listeners for their patience as we prepare for season 3. I'm excited to announce an upcoming event: the Reawakened Mom Summit. As a speaker alongside 27 others, we'll discuss self-care and self-love, loving parenting at any age, and women and moms in business. The summit is free, and you can register for access through the link below. LINKS FOR YOU The Reawaekend Mom Summit: https://linktr.ee/bravemumma Contact Bravemumma via email: firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS Host - Stephanie Thompson Executive Producer & Editor - Dave Stokes Podcast logo artist - Khrystyna lukashchuk Brand Designer - Brodie-Rose Original Soundtrack - Steven Robinson
Continuing the new shorter format! Shorter, easier to listen to - but still covering all the updates that have been happening! Plus a new host joins the team! Chapters: 00:27 Welcoming new Co-Host 16:02 Analytics 17:29 Application Integration 18:38 Business Applications 18:50 Compute 22:40 Customer Engagement 22:49 Database 24:38 Developer Tools 24:47 Internet of Things (IoT) 24:59 Machine Learning 26:34 Management & Governance 31:26 Media Services 32:09 Networking & Content Delivery 34:26 Security, Identity and Compliance 35:14 Storage Extended Shownotes: https://d29iemol7wxagg.cloudfront.net/572ExtendedShownotes.html
Wojo and Riger talk about today's weather and the idea of winters getting shorter and shorter.
Season 3 Episode 7- Shorter episode this week due to Justin's covid illness, Zack carries the show and the super bowl trophy in discussing some of the trailers shown this past sunday. Look for our Antman movie review coming soon. Follow us on IG @Thecomiccompodcast
Is the one-page audit report a myth or reality? Why do auditors struggle to explain the root cause of issues in their audit reports? Why is Tracie doing a 60-days to shorter audit reports webinar? Register for the webinar here: https://tinyurl.com/43shrr9
In the gospel passage today from the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus invites us to take a closer look at the areas of our hearts relating to anger, chastity, and taking oaths.Readingshttps://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/021223.cfm. (Shorter version)Reference Praying the TruthBy Willam Barry, SJ
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Not much shorter, but shorter. Maybe. 0:00 - AI: The Somnium Files vs Person 5. Better pacing vs better gameplay. Who wins? 34:01 - Some new DC movies and TV shows were announced. Would you be surprised to learn I have opinions and I'm not shy about sharing them? If you missed Saturday's live broadcast of Molehill Mountain, you can watch the video replay on YouTube. Alternatively, you can catch audio versions of the show on iTunes. Molehill Mountain streams live at 7p PST every Saturday night! Credits: Molehill Mountain is hosted by Andrew Eisen. Music in the show includes “Albino” by Brian Boyko. It is in the public domain and free to use. Molehill Mountain logo by Scott Hepting. Chat Transcript: 6:36 PMLee ShowronHey 6:59 PMLee ShowronHow are you doing today? 7:00 PMLee ShowronWhere it's hurting at I can't hardly bend or do other things. I hope it gets better 7:00 PMeathdemonif you havent you should use one ms gamepass 1$ for a month offer and try hifi rush 7:01 PMLee ShowronWhat's that? @eathdemon 7:02 PMeathdemona 3d action rytham platformer 7:02 PMfrasierfraishI made it to the live stream!!! Huzzah!! 7:04 PMeathdemonI mean persona 5 has gameplay, its 1/3rd visual noval, 1/3rd time managment game, and 1/3rd dongen crawler 7:04 PMfrasierfraishI haven't heard of this game 7:04 PMfrasierfraishLol wait that sounds very much like P5 lol 7:04 PMLee ShowronI don't like them kind of games 7:06 PMLee ShowronSounds like something 7:07 PMeathdemonits not a pacing issue, persona games are about developing relationships 7:09 PMLee ShowronWhy they have you choose if you have to pick all 3 anyway? 7:11 PMfrasierfraishthis sounds kinda unfun 7:12 PMfrasierfraishPay to win except the payment is just your time 7:12 PMLee ShowronYou'll eventually get it right if it stays though 7:12 PMcatwoehi andrew, just tuned in, what game are you talking about? 7:14 PMeathdemonI just dont think persona 5 is for you b/c a huge part of persona games is the relationship development that you think is wasting time 7:15 PMJared Kniselydid you get back to the ring of judgement manga? 7:20 PMeathdemonthats far 7:21 PMeathdemonfair 7:22 PMLee ShowronWell Kingdom Hearts 1.3 has just a cutscene. So that wouldn't be any different 7:27 PMeathdemonpersona games are kinda life times though, that day to day if of a "highschooler" is the point 7:29 PMeathdemonlife sims 7:30 PMaddictedtochaosHello all 7:37 PMJared Kniselythe trails manga 7:37 PMJared Kniselywanted to ask 7:39 PMaddictedtochaosYeah, a movie can be that bad. DragonBall Evolution 7:45 PMJared Kniselyi liked black adam 7:45 PMaddictedtochaosI loathe Damien Wayne 7:46 PMLee ShowronBatman will be in public domain in 12 years. So we might find more weird Batman's 7:48 PMLee ShowronWhen Winnie the pooh became public domain. We got this weird horror movie of Winnie the pooh 7:49 PMaddictedtochaosJustice Lords? 7:52 PMaddictedtochaosBooster Gold could be a lot of fun if they don't screw it up. 7:52 PMaddictedtochaosLanterns is going to focus on Hal Jordan and John Stewart 7:56 PMJared Kniselytheres a rainbow of coors 7:57 PMaddictedtochaosRed is rage 7:57 PMJared Kniselypink is love 7:57 PMaddictedtochaosBlue is hope 7:59 PMJared Kniselypink is netrual , red and yellow meanly bad 7:59 PMJared Kniselydont know much else 8:00 PMaddictedtochaosAssuming they will be building up to Darkseid. 8:01 PMaddictedtochaosStar Sapphire
The title says it all. After overhearing several conversations in the fitting rooms (totally not creepy at all aHa), I figured I'd come on here and tell the world that you DON'T need to be shorter to wear what you want. All you need is a little time and effort to find what works for YOU. Remember, the clothes are supposed to fit YOU, not the other way around. Tune in! Previous episode with founder and CEO of Raffe: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/52599340Let's stay connected: https://linktr.ee/atallgirlspodcastLeave a review and let me know how tall you are: https://atallgirlspodcast.com/reviews
When we talk about long runs, the long run for the marathon is always the primary debate. For shorter races, even up to the half…
To share more about each month in Iceland, I'm adding an informational series to the podcast. After each month of this year, I will provide insight about what you can expect in the month. Things like the weather, road conditions, what to wear/pack, what makes it worth it to visit during that month, some tips on driving in that time, top activities, and events that happen annually during that month. Weather in Iceland in January While the temperature can range from -10˚C to + 5˚C (14˚F to 41˚F), the average temperature, specifically in Reykjavík, in January in from -1˚C to just above freezing at +1˚C (30.2˚F to 33.8˚F).As you venture out to the countryside, the temperatures are often cooler, especially as you head north. We've had an unusually cold winter. To my surprise, there were some places that went as low as -22˚C (-7.6˚F).On top of the possible weather temperatures, there are wind and/or snowstorms that happen during this time of year. Every winter is not the same but there does seem to be an expectation of more storms in January.Of course, the wind chill makes the temperatures I spoke about earlier more biting. Depending on what you are used to regarding winter, these numbers might sound intense. Yes, it's a bit intense but I still think this time of year is an amazing time to visit. Please keep in mind that no matter the time of year that you visit Iceland, it's imperative that you try to be flexible with your schedule. I know that sounds challenging when you have a limited number of days but the storms here can be dangerous. This can force you to change the direction you plan to go in or even keep you staying put for a day or two. A little later in this episode, I talk about what makes it a fun month to visit and I share what I recommend wearing during January in Iceland so you can keep warm and dry. Day Light Hours in January At the beginning of January, we start off with a whopping 4 hours and 23 minutes of day light in Reykjavík. By January 16th, we have 5 hours and 29 minutes, and by the 31st we have jumped up to 6 hours and 29 minutes.Armed with this knowledge, you will be able to make informed decisions when it comes to planning your trip in the country. Shorter days make it harder to see many of the natural wonders around the country but knowing that beforehand will help you manage expectations and the ability to work in other activities that can be done when the sun goes down. What to Wear in January in Iceland In my opinion, what you wear in Iceland can make or break your trip. No one wants to be cold and wet. Well, ok most people don't want to be cold and wet. Side note, I'm really interested in learning the Wim Hof method, so I might end being one of those people that willingly jumps into cold tubs. If you haven't heard of Wim Hof aka “The Ice Man”, I highly recommend looking him up.Ok, back to what you should pack and wear in Iceland. I did an episode called “Iceland Packing List for Winter” Cintamani - High Quality Local Icelandic Outdoor Clothing Company Before I jump in, I am very excited to share that the sponsor of this episode is Cintamani, an Icelandic outdoor clothing brand that provides high quality clothes for all types of adventures.I have been a fan of theirs for quite some time because their clothes are amazing. I have a decent amount of items from them that have provided amazing protection against Iceland‘s harsh weather conditions. Because I am so familiar with the brand and the quality they provide, I am happy that I can offer my listeners a discount of 15% off your online purchases with them when you use the code „Jewells“.If you shop in person, they have a lovely outlet in the Hafnarfjörður area that is on the way from the airport to Reykjavík. Along with new clothing for the season, they have clothes from a previous season in the back being sold at a discount. It's worth checking out.
Matt Waldman's RSP NFL Scouting Glossary with the help of Florida Gators NFL Draft prospect, Justin Shorter, illustrates the concept and technique of framing horizontal space on a vertical route. What Is Framing Horizontal Space/Measuring the Opponent? To the uninitiated, this move looks like a push-off during the receiver's break on a vertical route. If not executed correctly, it becomes a push-off and offensive interference. It makes this a controversial topic among fans, media, and even some defensive back coaches, but it's a legitimate move that NFL receivers lean on, week in and week out. Framing Horizontal Space, or Measuring the Opponent, is the extension of the arm toward the defender next to him with the purpose of reinforcing the existing space that's already between them. The receiver only delivers resistance with that arm if the defender leans into the receiver's hand after the arm is already extended. The purpose is to maintain the horizontal space between the receiver and the coverage so the defender can't get into the receiver's frame and attack the target. This technique is usually performed during the break of a vertical route, especially near the boundary. The reason I also call it "Measuring the Opponent," comes from boxing. Fighters frequently extend their arms into opponents without delivering a punch. They may make contact with their opponents when they do this, but they aren't delivering forceful contact. The purpose is essentially the same as it is for wide receivers: Reinforcing the space that's already there as a way of setting up their next move that requires the established distance between the two combatants. Boxers call this technique Measuring the Opponent. Why Is Framing Horizontal Space/Measuring the Opponent Valuable? Outside receivers are encouraged to run vertical routes so they have enough space between the numbers and the sideline. This gives the quarterback enough room to make an accurate throw. This space also allows the receiver to make a late fade toward the boundary, which creates additional horizontal separation between himself and the coverage. This is often known as "buying back the boundary." It's a valuable technique because it allows the quarterback to target a receiver even when there's little if any vertical separation between the receiver and the defensive back. This horizontal space between the receiver and the boundary is the leverage advantage that quarterbacks with strong processors see when they decide to pull the trigger. Framing Horizontal Space reinforces that space and when done correctly, officials see it as the receiver owning the space he has already earned. If the defender leans into that space, the receiver can give resistance to defend the space he already has. If his resistance becomes too forceful, it crosses the line from defending space to creating additional space through the aggressive actions of a push-off. When a defensive back is tight to a receiver on a vertical route, whether he's side by side with the receiver or tight to the back or front hip, the defender will try to close the gap between himself and the receiver so he can play the ball. He's trying to earn a position where he can run the receiver's route and win the ball. This happens after the break and during the final stages of the target's trajectory. Framing the Horizontal Space is the receiver's preemptive act of preventing the defender from closing the gap. If he extends his arm away from his frame before the defender closes the gap, then it's the receiver claiming the space. If the defender leans into it, it's no different than if the receiver wasn't giving up ground if the defender was leaning into the receiver's body because the receiver already established that space as his. This is what officials see and why not everything people think is a push-off is actually a push-off. Again, if the receiver moves the defender with his extended arm after the de...
This week there is a NEW format to the update show! Shorter, easier to listen to - but still covering all the updates that have been happening! Chapters: 01:41 Infrastructure 01:53 Analytics 03:57 Business Applications 04:13 Compute 05:26 Deep Dive - "AWS Nitro Enclave" 07:42 Cost Management 07:54 Customer Engagement 08:03 Databases 09:12 Developer Tools 10:11 Machine Learning 11:35 Management & Governance 12:34 Networking & Content Delivery 13:58 Security, Identity and Compliance 14:15 Storage 15:31 Closing Extended Shownotes: https://d29iemol7wxagg.cloudfront.net/570ExtendedShownotes.html
Shorter program so I could go to dinner for my birthday with a dear friend.
Shorter episode, More relationship talk, are y'all ready? Bring down the dynamics of understanding a person's past and why it is important.
00:00 How to Check if a Trademark is Registered - Amazon Brand Registry - Serial Number AMZ Tips & Tricks0:05 how to do a trademark search to see potential leads0:15 Type in USPTO TESS search, and you'll go to the search database here and0:20 Click this little gray button that says, Tess0:29 Search the term of your brand, e.g., “Age of Sage”0:43 Check the status of the trademarks are live or dead0:53 E.g. “Sage of the age” this trademark is dead, so they can apply for this1:08 For a super generic brand name, it's gonna be tough1:19 There are multiple records for the term e.g., “greeny”1:31 Different classifications within the USPTO, there's a chance that they can get the trademark1:47 Pro tip #1: Make it unique so example1:58 Pro tip #2: Shorter brand names are better
Baffled: Amazing Facts That Are Complete Nonsense
Todays Bitesize Baffled is all about Left handed people living shorter lives than right handed people. So are you a lefty or a righty? And do you feel you face these problems? All on today's Bitesize Baffled!If you want to get involved then get in touch:Email us email@example.comFollow us on Instagram and TikTok @BaffledPodAnd see more of us on our YouTube---A Create Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On tonight's Big Monday show Barry and I discuss last Saturday's Lecomte stakes from Fair Grounds and what impact it may have on the Derby Trail. We also look forward to this weekend's Pegasus Day card and also take a quick look at Saturday's Southwest stakes card at OP where the superpowers collide with a Brad Cox trio facing off against Bob Baffert's Arabian Knight. We also talk about the difficulties modern day bettors face and how sifting through the readily available information and deciding what really matters and what isn't is vitally important. Shorter show than usual but hopefully still worth a listen --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/charles-simon6/message
Futures opened last night pretty close to flat (down -20 points) and stayed right there into the evening. This morning futures pointed to a dead flat open pre-market when I first woke up. The market opened flat but moved up from there and stayed up with a few zigs and zags along the way (see chart below) The Dow closed up +254 points (+0.76%), with the S&P 500 up +1.19% and the Nasdaq up +2% The worst performers of 2022 are so far the best performers into 2023, partially as tax loss selling leads to re-buying post-wash sale rules. The “dividend payers” outperformed the “non-payers” in the S&P 500 by 23% last year. Dividends paid in the S&P 500 last year were $563 billion, the highest amount in history. Dividends were 26% of the return of the market in the 2010s and the 1990s but 100% of the return in the 2000s (when the market had a negative price return). Prior to that, dividends had averaged between 40% and 70% of the market return every decade for fifty years. The current dividend payout ratio of the S&P 500 is 33%; it has averaged 48% for nearly a hundred years but has not gotten back to that average since the financial crisis. Selectivity is crucial. The ten-year bond yield closed today at 3.52%, up 3.7 basis points on the day. Top-performing sector for the day: Technology (+2.28%) Bottom-performing sector for the day: Energy (-0.20%) TIP spreads show implied inflation for ten years at 2.1% now, down from over 3% less than a year ago. Shorter term inflation expectations (5-year) evidenced in the TIPS market (treasury inflation-protected securities) has gone from 3.6% at the high to 2.1% now. Whether 10-year or 5-year, the bond market has seen a collapse in inflation expectations in recent months. Links mentioned in this episode: [TheDCToday.com] https://bahnsen.co/3QZ6Y7w DividendCafe.com TheBahnsenGroup.com
DO YOU KEEP IT SHORT AND SIMPLE? OR DO YOU WANT IT LONG AND STRONG?There's a lot of noise going on about keeping your cold emails short, but does it really have to be short for all prospects? In this episode, Collin explains why your cold emails should be longer. As there are different buyer personas, the length of your email should also align with it. Tune in and find out when you should be writing longer emails in this latest episode of Sales Transformation.Want to book more meetings and close more deals? Start selling the way your buyers want to buy with Humantic AI! TRANSFORMING MOMENTSCOLLIN: ALIGN YOUR EMAIL TO WHO YOU SEND IT TO“Emails should be written in the way that is going to be best suited for the person that you are sending it to.”COLLIN: SOME PEOPLE WANT DETAILS, INDULGE THEM“There are certain people that want more detail and want your emails to be written properly and not so casually. So a lot of people get fancy with email, and they write very casual language and they make them super short, which is effective for a lot of people. But when you're sending it to the type of person that has a personality that wants things to be very formal, very detailed. That is when a longer email is merited.”Connect with Collin LinkedIn | YouTube | Newsletter | Twitter | IG | TikTok
Shorter show tonight so we have two topics that will hopefully inspire some calls and thoughts from the audience. Some follow-up on the MLK Statue with a crazy page out of the FBI's dossier on King. Then we jump into some of the things Steven Crowder published on the "big Con" of Conservative media. For dessert, Fertility Clinics: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Don't every hesitate to send in your thoughts on any topic, after-the-fact to QuiteFranklyPodcast@gmail.com Watch the full episode on Rumble: https://rumble.com/v260cx2-deep-state-double-cross-and-fertility-clinic-stories-11723.html Support Our Proud Sponsors: Blue Monster Prep: An Online Superstore for Emergency Preparedness Gear (Storable Food, Water, Filters, Radios, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, and so much more). Use code 'FRANKLY' for Free Shipping on every purchase you make @ https://bluemonsterprep.com/ Secret Nature CBD: 100% organic CBD rich cannabis flower bred so low in THC that they are legally certified as hemp and can be shipped nationwide. High-CBD, low-THC means all the benefits of full spectrum cannabinoids and terpenes without the high, or negative effects like anxiety and paranoia. Pre-rolls, Oils, Tinctures, and more - Promo Code 'FRANKLY' at SecretNatureCBD.com for 20% OFF SUPPORT the Show and New Media: Sponsor through QFTV: https://www.quitefrankly.tv/sponsor SubscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/quitefrankly One-Time Gift: http://www.paypal.me/QuiteFranklyLive Official QF Merch: https://bit.ly/3tOgRsV Sign up for the Free Mailing List: https://bit.ly/3frUdOj Send Crypto: BTC: 1EafWUDPHY6y6HQNBjZ4kLWzQJFnE5k9PK LTC: LRs6my7scMxpTD5j7i8WkgBgxpbjXABYXX ETH: 0x80cd26f708815003F11Bd99310a47069320641fC FULL Episodes On Demand: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/301gcES iTunes: http://apple.co/2dMURMq Amazon: https://amzn.to/3afgEXZ SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/2dTMD13 Google Play: https://bit.ly/2SMi1SF Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2tI5THI BitChute: https://bit.ly/2vNSMFq Rumble: https://bit.ly/31h2HUg Watch Live On: QuiteFrankly.tv (Powered by Foxhole) DLive: https://bit.ly/2In9ipw Rokfin: https://bit.ly/3rjrh4q Twitch: https://bit.ly/2TGAeB6 YouTube: https://bit.ly/2exPzj4 CloutHub: https://bit.ly/37uzr0o Theta: https://bit.ly/3v62oIw Rumble: https://bit.ly/31h2HUg How Else to Find Us: Official WebSite: http://www.QuiteFrankly.tv Official Forum: https://bit.ly/3SToJFJ Official Telegram: https://t.me/quitefranklytv DISCORD Hangout: https://bit.ly/2FpkS11 Twitter: @PoliticalOrgy Gab: @QuiteFrankly Truth Social: @QuiteFrankly GETTR: @QuiteFrankly
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
We laugh at a famous David Guetta clip, Greg Cote presents a clip from The Greg Cote Show with Greg Cote like a David Letterman guest, and we see if Greg knows any more movie trivia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Secret Origins of Mint Condition
Hey, look! It's Chris and Joe with yet another sports short!? And in such a short span of time. Shorter than a typical Yankees/Red Sox game! And with pitchers and catchers reporting to spring camps around mid-February, there is little time to waste on commencing some serious sports talk. Having already tackled the NFL postseason in a previous episode, the boys are now ready for the first pitch, puck drop, and tip-off. A frenzied firestorm of activity has marked this MLB offseason with mega dollars being spent by teams on players young and "old", in various attempts to improve rosters around the league. Big deals saw favored sons retained (Aaron Judge), and favored sons defected (Jacob deGrom). Checkbooks were being whipped out faster than two gunfighters in a B-Western in hopes that this one signing will put their teams over the top. But MLB history has repeatedly taught us that not all championships can be bought. Stay tuned! From the diamond to the rink, The Rangers continue to play solid Hockey, The Islanders lean too much on their goal-tending, and The Devils come back to Earth after a historic run. And it is high time to "check" out 6' 7", 220 lb, Tage Thompsom of the Sabres! With play in the NHL flying fast and furious there should definitely be more eyes on its upcoming All-Star Weekend on February 3rd and 4th! And on the court, the Brooklyn Nets suffer a serious injury to one of their stars that could curtail their pursuit of the Boston Celtics. So strap in sports fans, and look for the wave of the green flag! (Was that a Nascar reference?)
#076. WARRIOR NUN (S2 - 2022) REVIEW Airdate: January 11, 2023 Warrior Nun returns to answer several questions from the season one cliffhanger. Shorter by two episodes, does the second season pick up right where the previous one left off? Has the order survived the onslaught? Forever Fangirls delves into these questions and the darker side of streaming... cancellations with no transparency. **Spoiler Warning** If you'd like the show notes, see the trailer or links mentioned in this episode, head to:https://www.foreverfangirls.com/episode076/ Leave a 90s Message: https://www.speakpipe.com/ForeverFangirlsPodcastFollow Forever Fangirls: https://linktr.ee/ForeverFanPod
In todays episode Aj breaks down why organizations must use technology to help make faster and better decisions because the timelines to plan and to make these decisions are shrinking!