Star at the center of the Solar System
In episode 165, we learn about planet Earth for Cameron, Calvin, Abby, Josie, and Bowie. What makes Earth a planet? What about Earth makes it a the best planet for humans to live on? Why can't we feel the Earth move even though it's always traveling at about 67,000 miles per hour?Visit the Curious Kid Podcast Website - http://www.curiouskidpodcast.com Send Us An E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.orgLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/CuriouskidpodcastShop Curious Kid Podcast Merchandise - http://tee.pub/lic/fqXchg3wUVUFollow Us On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/curiouskidpod/Follow Us On Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/curiouskidpodcast/Follow Us On Twitter - https://twitter.com/CuriousKidPodDonate To Reach Out And Read - https://reachoutandread.org/
Welcome to Episode 133 of StarSound Speaks! And welcome to Sagittarius Season, where the Sun is in Big Ol' Jupiter's house. How do we make the most of Sag Season in light of the latest news about Covid and Omicron? The answers may lie with Mercury's magical cazimi November 28th... (hint hint: think Santa Claus' lap...) Speaking of Santa: 20% off StarSound Astrology sessions through the eclipse window! Just go to www.starsoundastrology.com Use coupon code ECLIPSE20. Good for single sessions. Expires 11:59pm EST Dec. 4th. Here's to Sag Season and divine exuberance! much love, irlianna samsara www.StarSoundAstrology.com
When you create a clear distinction between Sun & clouds, the contrast enables a directionality. Sunlight is pure white expression, Awareness underlying the costumes, coming from wholeness, peace, joy, love, and service. Cloudy dark expression comes from lack, separation, ego, unworthiness, ignorance, unaware of dualistic fixation. Seize infatuation with attributes, turn inward, recognize Essence, and come from that Unity perpetually. This is Spirituality, realignment to the One Heart.
Justin “Jud” Kaliszewski is an author, artist, and adventurer. The renowned creator of OUTLAW Yoga, he is a best-selling yoga teacher and author of “The Outlaw Protocol – how to live as an outlaw without becoming a criminal”, and the children's picture book “The Adventures of Babu – from there to here”. His latest novel “The Adventures of Larry Wampler – The Case of The Koreatown Car-Jumper” is available NOW for digital download on Amazon.com. He creates connection by delivering transformational yoga-experiences across the country. Follow him on Facebook and Instagram @outlawyoga and @outlawyogi. Take his class NOW at www.outlawyogaclub.com and www.youtube.com/outlawyoga, and find his writing and art at www.justinkaliszewski.com. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; "Desert Land," by Elena B. Williams; "Party at the End of the World" by Carsie Blanton.
Welcome to Morning Prayer! Thank you to Ed and Debbie Humber and Lloyd Hollett for leading today's hymn, "Jesus Shall Reign Where'er the Sun." The sermon is by Rev. Amy and is based on the gospel reading for today, Luke 21:25-36.You can watch a video of the service here.Thank you for joining us today.
Foundations of Amateur Radio Right now it's 10:45. That piece of information is unhelpful without any context. I could just as easily have told you that it's 2:45 and it would be just as accurate, helpful and meaningless. The point being that without context, you don't know if I'm an insomniac, drinking morning tea, recovering from a late lunch or putting on my PJs. If I'm talking to people in the same room, supplying the time happens within the context of that room, but if the world is our oyster, our room is a little larger and dawn for one person is dusk for another, at the same time. Before we could communicate at the speed of light and travel faster than a bullet, time was a relative thing related to the location of the Sun and considered mainly by mariners and astronomers. Even with the advent of increasingly accurate clocks, for most people, noon was when the Sun was at its highest point and the local clock was set to that. When our world got smaller, because communication and travel got faster, people started noticing that noon in one place wasn't the same as noon in another place. It became a real problem when people travelled hundreds of kilometres by train in a day. Imagine coming up with a train time-table that takes into account each local version of noon. In an attempt to deal with this, railroad managers in the United States established 100 railroad time zones. This malarkey continued until the 18th of November 1883 when four standard time zones were established for the continental United States. Of course, being human and all, that was a local solution. Great Britain had already established its own standards for time for England, Scotland and Wales. In October 1884, the International Meridian Conference, held in Washington DC, adopted a proposal that designated the Prime Meridian for longitude and timekeeping should be the one that passes through the centre of the transit instrument at the Greenwich Observatory in the United Kingdom and established Greenwich Mean Time, or GMT as the world's time standard. Why Greenwich? At the time the United Kingdom had more ships and shipping using Greenwich as their reference than the rest of the world put together and the observatory at Greenwich had produced the highest quality data for a long time. As an aside, on a French map before 1911, 0 degrees was centred over Paris. There are other wrinkles, like the fact that Earth isn't round and as a result the Greenwich Prime Meridian is not quite in the right spot because measurements didn't take into account local variations in gravity. In 1972, Coordinated Universal Time, or UTC replaced GMT as the standard for time in the world. It now references the International Reference Meridian, currently about a 102.5m east of the original Prime Meridian passing through Greenwich. It's on the move with reference to land because tectonic plates shift and where it is today is not where it's going to be tomorrow, so don't go looking for a marker to indicate the IRM. Meanwhile in the rest of the world people needed to come to terms with how to standardise on what to call time zones. The USA establishing four time zones was just for one country. Depending on who's counting, there's over 200 countries and each has its own set of time zones. Which each might include daylight saving, or not. For some, like VK6, daylight saving was voted on several times. Trials were had and time changes during summer were implemented, then reversed, then reversed again, and again, in total, VK6 did this dance six times and we currently don't observe daylight saving, neither does VK4 or VK8. So, not only does 10:45 require location context, it also requires that you know if there's daylight saving happening at that time in that location, which to add insult to injury, doesn't actually happen on the same date each year. It gets better if you consider time in another location. Do they have daylight saving, is it on at the time, do we have daylight saving at that time, how many hours are we apart, when is this actual event and what if we're coordinating efforts between people in multiple locations? Did I mention that summer in Europe is in July and in Australia it's in January? In case you're wondering, tracking all this is a massive job currently under the purview of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. The person coordinating this, whilst wrangling the politics of naming things, including dealing with warring countries who take umbrage at having their time zone named after "the enemy" is computer scientist Paul Eggert, the project lead of the time zone database. War aside, time zones are political. For example, Dublin Time was stamped out by the British as punishment for the Easter Rising. If that wasn't exciting enough, to provide local context, we use abbreviations to indicate which location we're talking about. In VK6 that abbreviation is WST, simple enough, Western Standard Time. What if your abbreviation was CST? Is that Central Standard Time in North America, China Standard Time, Cuba Standard Time, or even Australian Central Standard Time. If your local time zone is IST, you could be referring to Indian Standard Time, Israel Standard time, Irish Standard Time or even Irish Summer Time. As radio amateurs we hold global contests and we advertise our online club meetings and events. Often, we refer to times and dates that might be understood by an audience of one, but utterly confusing to the rest of the world. So, what do you do with this? Simple, use UTC. My timezone, called WST, or AWST, is UTC+8. F-troop, a weekly net for new and returning amateurs runs every Saturday morning at midnight UTC, that's 0:00 UTC. No confusion, no daylight saving, everyone can figure out if it's worth being awake for and I must applaud the amateurs from G-land and PA with their contributions in the very, very early hours of their morning. So, next time you make some noise about a contest, or any amateur activity that goes beyond the people in your suburb, specify the time in UTC. Who knows, perhaps one day, even the likes of SpaceX, Apple and Google will start using UTC to announce their events ... As Goldie Hawn put it: "Well, in my time zone that's all the time I have, but maybe in your time zone I haven't finished yet. So stay tuned!" I'm Onno VK6FLAB
“Even though you woke up today, you're not promised to live out the rest of this day.” – Darius Bradley Sr. Today's bonus motivational episode features 3 of the total 17 authors from the bestselling book, “The Impact Of Influence Vol. 2: Using Your Influence To Create A Life Of Impact”. We talked about the inspiration behind this project, pushing through to find your next level, and tons more!!! Key Thing's You'll Learn: The benefits of sharing your stories. The success of the first project and plans for the future. How they found the courage to write and share their story in the book. What they are doing to make a positive difference in the world. Who inspired them to make a positive difference in the world. The Book Vol. 1: https://www.amazon.com/Impact-Influence-Using-Your-Create/dp/B0915BLGM1/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= The Book Vol. 2: https://www.amazon.com/Impact-Influence-Using-Your-Create/dp/1737950111/ref=sr_1_3?qid=1637993427&qsid=143-6269198-5191802&refinements=p_27%3AChip+Baker&s=books&sr=1-3&sres=1737950103%2CB0915BLGM1%2C1737950111%2CB003I7E7PQ%2CB087CRQZ12%2C1086074637%2CB091WJ9VC8%2C1725614677%2C1572436468%2CB08K58BCKG%2CB08CSXJZZ8%2CB00VXU7T3C%2CB00KZ41QZO&text=Chip+Baker Chip Baker's Site: https://chip-baker-the-success-chronicles.square.site/ Darius Bradley Sr. Site: https://linktr.ee/DariusBradleySrGOGETIT Andre “Mr. Bounce Back” Amiger's Site: https://linktr.ee/andreamiger The opening track is titled, “North Wind and the Sun” by Trevin P. to listen to the full track and download it, click the following link. https://compilationsforhumanity.bandcamp.com/track/north-wind-and-the-sun You May Also Like… #InspirationNuke – “The Impact of Influence” with Chip Baker, Charles Woods, Chris Holmes, Darius Bradley Sr., & Jeermal Sylvester: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/inspirationnuke-the-impact-of-influence-with-chip-baker-charles-woods-chris-holmes-darius-bradley-sr-jeermal-sylvester/ 152 - "Chocolate Brothers for Christ" with Chaz Jackson: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/152-chocolate-brothers-for-christ-with-chaz-jackson/ 186 - "The Success Chronicles" with Chip Baker: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/186-the-success-chronicles-with-chip-baker/ Ep. 329.5 (Holiday Bonus Episode) – “Geo's Motivational Gems” with Geo Derice (@GeoDerice): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3295-holiday-bonus-episode-geos-motivational-gems-with-geo-derice-geoderice/ Ep. 307 – “Failure Is Not The Problem, It's The Beginning Of Your Success” with Col. George Milton: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-307-failure-is-not-the-problem-its-the-beginning-of-your-success-with-col-george-milton/ 283 – “The Winning Edge” with Shawn Harper (@shawnharper075): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/283-the-winning-edge-with-shawn-harper-shawnharper075/ Ep. 428 – “Hard Conversations” with Dr. Brad Johnson (@bjcommunicates): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-428-hard-conversations-with-dr-brad-johnson-bjcommunicates/ Ep. 353 – “Free Agent” with Rennie Curran (@RennieCurran53): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-353-free-agent-with-rennie-curran-renniecurran53/ Ep. 355.5 – “One Relationship Away” with Alexei Musienko (@AlexeiMusienko): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-3555-one-relationship-away-with-alexei-musienko-alexeimusienko/ Ep. 356 – “The Relentless Pursuit of Greatness” with Thomas R. Williams (@MrTRWilliams): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-356-the-relentless-pursuit-of-greatness-with-thomas-r-williams-mrtrwilliams/ Ep. 360.5 – “My Next Season Is Due Season” with Dr. Eric Holmes (@DrEricholmes1): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-3605-my-next-season-is-due-season-with-dr-eric-holmes-drericholmes1/ Ep. 375.5 – “The Art of Human Care for COVID-19” with Dr. Hassan Tetteh (@doctortetteh): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-3755-the-art-of-human-care-for-covid-19-with-dr-hassan-tetteh-doctortetteh/ Ep. 413 – “Losing $30K & Reinventing Yourself” with Vladimir Adonis (@vladimiradonis3): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-413-losing-30k-reinventing-yourself-with-vladimir-adonis-vladimiradonis3/ Ep. 415 – “Intention” with Dr. Ian Brooks (@DrB_Intention): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-415-intention-with-dr-ian-brooks-drb_intention/
Jill Friday - What Jill Learns from Her CEO Club (LA 1642) Transcript: Steven Butala:Steven and Jill here. Jill DeWit:Hello. Steven Butala:Welcome to The Land Academy Show, entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill DeWit:And I'm Jill DeWitt, broadcasting from the Valley of the Sun. Steven Butala:Today, Jill and I... Well, it's Jill Friday. And Jill talks about what she's learns, learns in a future tense, in her CEO club. Jill DeWit:Okay. We're going to talk about our November meeting, basically. Steven Butala:I hope you're stuffed full of turkey. Jill DeWit:I know, that's it. I hope you're shopping. I hope you are enjoying- Steven Butala:Not shopping. Jill DeWit:Well, hold on a moment. I hope you're enjoying Black Friday deals from the comfort of your couch. And watching football, and eating leftovers, and shopping on your computer. And it all arrives on time. Steven Butala:You know the Detroit Lions play on Thanksgiving? Jill DeWit:Thanksgiving. As do the Cowboys. Steven Butala:And the Lions lose. The Cowboys are so dope. Jill DeWit:And not lose to the Cowboys. Steven Butala:Before we get into it. Let's take a question posted by one of our members on the landinvestors.com online community. It's free. And please don't forget to subscribe on the land Academy YouTube channel, and comment on the shows you like. Jill DeWit:Erin wrote, "Short update on my first deal. Sure seems like it will be a success story. Closing on Friday at $13,800. I paid no attention to the legal description until I got my [inaudible 00:01:28] commitment back. Found out it's five lots on one PID." What's a PID? Steven Butala:The five lots on... it's his- Jill DeWit:Parcel ID or something? Steven Butala:Yeah, yeah. It's the [crosstalk 00:01:41] Jill DeWit:Okay. Just for tax purposes? Okay go it. "Can be split back into five lots for $175 bucks. And no wetlands or site evaluations needed. This is phenomenal. Neighboring lots sold for $19,900 last March. Thinking I'll make as much gross on selling the five lots as I do with my two in one year. And this is my first deal on my second neighbor." Steven Butala:It's outstanding. Jill DeWit:I love it. So you didn't... How sweet is this? Your seller didn't know. They would've told you, "You didn't know." [inaudible 00:02:18]. I'm closing. I'm like, holy moly. I'm actually buying five, I'm not buying one. This is great. Steven Butala:I had a similar story. I don't want to take the wind out of anybody's sail and I'm not trying to up the story here. Jill DeWit:Yeah. Don't take it away from Erin. Just kidding. Steven Butala:No, I'm telling you when these things happen. And you're starting to really exceed your regular job. And I'm not telling you to quit your job at all. But I'm saying- Jill DeWit:Talk about breathing. Steven Butala:Wait a year. And make sure you like it, and you can and continue it. But when you're starting to do single deals that exceed your whole salary for the year, it's time to think about leaving. Jill DeWit:Isn't that amazing? I just think about how well you're going to sleep now. Going, I just put, okay, great... No, it's so hard though because I've been in this situation. You realize your land business is now doing better than your day job. It's really hard to walk into the office with a smile on your face. Especially, when you're like every conversation, "oh, I want to tell them to shove it right now." You think I'm kidding? Steven Butala:No I'm too. Jill DeWit:Because I can afford to. Steven Butala:I lived it. Really. Jill DeWit:Yeah, I know. You know, what's so funny. So this is my truth time too. When I did leave, it was like I hung in there. Right. And everybody knew there was something going on. So when I finally sat my boss down and said, "I got to go." They're like, "I knew it." And then three people on the way out the door, are like, "Can I come with you? Can I work for you?" It was the sweetest thing. I'm like, "Sit tight. If I have a place for you,
If you are interested in discovering how your past affects your present check out the Family Constellations day on Sun 28 Nov Herts Some places left Book tickets here Janey has just produced a new Sober Club 12 week health /selfcare journal, packed full of inspiration tips and pages for you to stay accountable on whatever behaviour changes you want to make Buy it here Don't forget you can join us in The Sober Club for accountability connection and inspiration This week we collaborate with Undrunk, a monthly subscription box with new and exciting low and no alcohol spirits, mixers, and snacks There is a competition to win a 3 month subscription worth £105 https://imperfectlynatural.com/win-a-3-month-alcohol-free-subscription-to-undrunk-worth-105/ This weeks guest is Cheryl Rickman author of You are Enough, we talk about the power of noticing our thoughts, and challenging our limiting beliefs
RICH CELENZA talks about how a lot of people become depressed because they are aging. A lot of people also may not like the way they are aging. Or they may not have liked the way they looked in their past. Rich thinks people need to stop getting caught up in the past and do their best to look and feel their best right now. This may take some time, but if they take out of their day to make improvements on themselves, they may be shocked at what they start to conform into.
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Psalms and Wisdom: Psalm 117 Psalm 117 (Listen) The Lord's Faithfulness Endures Forever 117 Praise the LORD, all nations! Extol him, all peoples!2 For great is his steadfast love toward us, and the faithfulness of the LORD endures forever. Praise the LORD! (ESV) Pentateuch and History: 2 Kings 24:18–25:21 2 Kings 24:18–25:21 (Listen) Zedekiah Reigns in Judah 18 Zedekiah was twenty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned eleven years in Jerusalem. His mother's name was Hamutal the daughter of Jeremiah of Libnah. 19 And he did what was evil in the sight of the LORD, according to all that Jehoiakim had done. 20 For because of the anger of the LORD it came to the point in Jerusalem and Judah that he cast them out from his presence. And Zedekiah rebelled against the king of Babylon. Fall and Captivity of Judah 25 And in the ninth year of his reign, in the tenth month, on the tenth day of the month, Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon came with all his army against Jerusalem and laid siege to it. And they built siegeworks all around it. 2 So the city was besieged till the eleventh year of King Zedekiah. 3 On the ninth day of the fourth month the famine was so severe in the city that there was no food for the people of the land. 4 Then a breach was made in the city, and all the men of war fled by night by the way of the gate between the two walls, by the king's garden, and the Chaldeans were around the city. And they went in the direction of the Arabah. 5 But the army of the Chaldeans pursued the king and overtook him in the plains of Jericho, and all his army was scattered from him. 6 Then they captured the king and brought him up to the king of Babylon at Riblah, and they passed sentence on him. 7 They slaughtered the sons of Zedekiah before his eyes, and put out the eyes of Zedekiah and bound him in chains and took him to Babylon. 8 In the fifth month, on the seventh day of the month—that was the nineteenth year of King Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon—Nebuzaradan, the captain of the bodyguard, a servant of the king of Babylon, came to Jerusalem. 9 And he burned the house of the LORD and the king's house and all the houses of Jerusalem; every great house he burned down. 10 And all the army of the Chaldeans, who were with the captain of the guard, broke down the walls around Jerusalem. 11 And the rest of the people who were left in the city and the deserters who had deserted to the king of Babylon, together with the rest of the multitude, Nebuzaradan the captain of the guard carried into exile. 12 But the captain of the guard left some of the poorest of the land to be vinedressers and plowmen. 13 And the pillars of bronze that were in the house of the LORD, and the stands and the bronze sea that were in the house of the LORD, the Chaldeans broke in pieces and carried the bronze to Babylon. 14 And they took away the pots and the shovels and the snuffers and the dishes for incense and all the vessels of bronze used in the temple service, 15 the fire pans also and the bowls. What was of gold the captain of the guard took away as gold, and what was of silver, as silver. 16 As for the two pillars, the one sea, and the stands that Solomon had made for the house of the LORD, the bronze of all these vessels was beyond weight. 17 The height of the one pillar was eighteen cubits,1 and on it was a capital of bronze. The height of the capital was three cubits. A latticework and pomegranates, all of bronze, were all around the capital. And the second pillar had the same, with the latticework. 18 And the captain of the guard took Seraiah the chief priest and Zephaniah the second priest and the three keepers of the threshold; 19 and from the city he took an officer who had been in command of the men of war, and five men of the king's council who were found in the city; and the secretary of the commander of the army, who mustered the people of the land; and sixty men of the people of the land, who were found in the city. 20 And Nebuzaradan the captain of the guard took them and brought them to the king of Babylon at Riblah. 21 And the king of Babylon struck them down and put them to death at Riblah in the land of Hamath. So Judah was taken into exile out of its land. Footnotes  25:17 A cubit was about 18 inches or 45 centimeters (ESV) Chronicles and Prophets: Isaiah 19–20 Isaiah 19–20 (Listen) An Oracle Concerning Egypt 19 An oracle concerning Egypt. Behold, the LORD is riding on a swift cloud and comes to Egypt; and the idols of Egypt will tremble at his presence, and the heart of the Egyptians will melt within them.2 And I will stir up Egyptians against Egyptians, and they will fight, each against another and each against his neighbor, city against city, kingdom against kingdom;3 and the spirit of the Egyptians within them will be emptied out, and I will confound1 their counsel; and they will inquire of the idols and the sorcerers, and the mediums and the necromancers;4 and I will give over the Egyptians into the hand of a hard master, and a fierce king will rule over them, declares the Lord GOD of hosts. 5 And the waters of the sea will be dried up, and the river will be dry and parched,6 and its canals will become foul, and the branches of Egypt's Nile will diminish and dry up, reeds and rushes will rot away.7 There will be bare places by the Nile, on the brink of the Nile, and all that is sown by the Nile will be parched, will be driven away, and will be no more.8 The fishermen will mourn and lament, all who cast a hook in the Nile; and they will languish who spread nets on the water.9 The workers in combed flax will be in despair, and the weavers of white cotton.10 Those who are the pillars of the land will be crushed, and all who work for pay will be grieved. 11 The princes of Zoan are utterly foolish; the wisest counselors of Pharaoh give stupid counsel. How can you say to Pharaoh, “I am a son of the wise, a son of ancient kings”?12 Where then are your wise men? Let them tell you that they might know what the LORD of hosts has purposed against Egypt.13 The princes of Zoan have become fools, and the princes of Memphis are deluded; those who are the cornerstones of her tribes have made Egypt stagger.14 The LORD has mingled within her a spirit of confusion, and they will make Egypt stagger in all its deeds, as a drunken man staggers in his vomit.15 And there will be nothing for Egypt that head or tail, palm branch or reed, may do. Egypt, Assyria, Israel Blessed 16 In that day the Egyptians will be like women, and tremble with fear before the hand that the LORD of hosts shakes over them. 17 And the land of Judah will become a terror to the Egyptians. Everyone to whom it is mentioned will fear because of the purpose that the LORD of hosts has purposed against them. 18 In that day there will be five cities in the land of Egypt that speak the language of Canaan and swear allegiance to the LORD of hosts. One of these will be called the City of Destruction.2 19 In that day there will be an altar to the LORD in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to the LORD at its border. 20 It will be a sign and a witness to the LORD of hosts in the land of Egypt. When they cry to the LORD because of oppressors, he will send them a savior and defender, and deliver them. 21 And the LORD will make himself known to the Egyptians, and the Egyptians will know the LORD in that day and worship with sacrifice and offering, and they will make vows to the LORD and perform them. 22 And the LORD will strike Egypt, striking and healing, and they will return to the LORD, and he will listen to their pleas for mercy and heal them. 23 In that day there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria, and Assyria will come into Egypt, and Egypt into Assyria, and the Egyptians will worship with the Assyrians. 24 In that day Israel will be the third with Egypt and Assyria, a blessing in the midst of the earth, 25 whom the LORD of hosts has blessed, saying, “Blessed be Egypt my people, and Assyria the work of my hands, and Israel my inheritance.” A Sign Against Egypt and Cush 20 In the year that the commander in chief, who was sent by Sargon the king of Assyria, came to Ashdod and fought against it and captured it—2 at that time the LORD spoke by Isaiah the son of Amoz, saying, “Go, and loose the sackcloth from your waist and take off your sandals from your feet,” and he did so, walking naked and barefoot. 3 Then the LORD said, “As my servant Isaiah has walked naked and barefoot for three years as a sign and a portent against Egypt and Cush,3 4 so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptian captives and the Cushite exiles, both the young and the old, naked and barefoot, with buttocks uncovered, the nakedness of Egypt. 5 Then they shall be dismayed and ashamed because of Cush their hope and of Egypt their boast. 6 And the inhabitants of this coastland will say in that day, ‘Behold, this is what has happened to those in whom we hoped and to whom we fled for help to be delivered from the king of Assyria! And we, how shall we escape?'” Footnotes  19:3 Or I will swallow up  19:18 Dead Sea Scroll and some other manuscripts City of the Sun  20:3 Probably Nubia (ESV) Gospels and Epistles: John 17 John 17 (Listen) The High Priestly Prayer 17 When Jesus had spoken these words, he lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said, “Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son that the Son may glorify you, 2 since you have given him authority over all flesh, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him. 3 And this is eternal life, that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent. 4 I glorified you on earth, having accomplished the work that you gave me to do. 5 And now, Father, glorify me in your own presence with the glory that I had with you before the world existed. 6 “I have manifested your name to the people whom you gave me out of the world. Yours they were, and you gave them to me, and they have kept your word. 7 Now they know that everything that you have given me is from you. 8 For I have given them the words that you gave me, and they have received them and have come to know in truth that I came from you; and they have believed that you sent me. 9 I am praying for them. I am not praying for the world but for those whom you have given me, for they are yours. 10 All mine are yours, and yours are mine, and I am glorified in them. 11 And I am no longer in the world, but they are in the world, and I am coming to you. Holy Father, keep them in your name, which you have given me, that they may be one, even as we are one. 12 While I was with them, I kept them in your name, which you have given me. I have guarded them, and not one of them has been lost except the son of destruction, that the Scripture might be fulfilled. 13 But now I am coming to you, and these things I speak in the world, that they may have my joy fulfilled in themselves. 14 I have given them your word, and the world has hated them because they are not of the world, just as I am not of the world. 15 I do not ask that you take them out of the world, but that you keep them from the evil one.1 16 They are not of the world, just as I am not of the world. 17 Sanctify them2 in the truth; your word is truth. 18 As you sent me into the world, so I have sent them into the world. 19 And for their sake I consecrate myself,3 that they also may be sanctified4 in truth. 20 “I do not ask for these only, but also for those who will believe in me through their word, 21 that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me. 22 The glory that you have given me I have given to them, that they may be one even as we are one, 23 I in them and you in me, that they may become perfectly one, so that the world may know that you sent me and loved them even as you loved me. 24 Father, I desire that they also, whom you have given me, may be with me where I am, to see my glory that you have given me because you loved me before the foundation of the world. 25 O righteous Father, even though the world does not know you, I know you, and these know that you have sent me. 26 I made known to them your name, and I will continue to make it known, that the love with which you have loved me may be in them, and I in them.” Footnotes  17:15 Or from evil  17:17 Greek Set them apart (for holy service to God)  17:19 Or I sanctify myself; or I set myself apart (for holy service to God)  17:19 Greek may be set apart (for holy service to God) (ESV)
Chris and Lizzie Robinson celebrate our 100th episode!We discuss the latest on The Queen as she joined granddaughters Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall at a double Christening.The Sun's Matt Wilkinson also joins to dissect the latest BBC royal documentary and what this could mean for the media's relationship with the royals.Plus, we look ahead to Christmas with Kate's carol concert and what's happening at Windsor this festive season.New episodes of The Royal Rota are released every week.You can also watch The Royal Rota on our YouTube channel - subscribe to ITV News' YouTube channel to be notified about new episodes.For Royal videos and classic moments, subscribe to The Royal Family Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/royalchannel/For more royal news, like the ITV News Royals Facebook page.Our royal team are on Instagram, too.
In a poem called a “Song,” Linda Hogan crafts a song for turtles and other creatures killed through oil spills in the gulf. At once a praise song for the beauty of the sea, the earth, and its animals, this song also functions as a lament: for the history erased by industrial practices; for the lack of respect and love for living breathing other-than-human lives; for plastic and the plastic containers used to hold the body of a dead sea turtle. The poem veers towards a prayer, too, begging forgiveness for being “thrown off true.”Linda Hogan is a Chickasaw novelist, essayist, and environmentalist. She earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs and an MA in English and creative writing from the University of Colorado-Boulder. Her books of poetry include Dark. Sweet., The Book of Medicines, Seeing Through the Sun, and many more.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.
The constellation named for the giraffe is tall, as you might expect. But it isn't bright. None of its stars is brighter than fourth magnitude. That means you need dark skies to see them — away from the glare of city lights. Camelopardalis wraps around Polaris, the north star. Its main outline is in the north-northeast at nightfall. It stands high above Polaris around midnight, and whirls to the north-northwest at first light. The constellation was created by Petrus Plancius, a Dutch astronomer and priest. He drew it on a celestial globe in the early 17th century. He linked up some stars in a dark region of the sky, where no one had bothered to create a constellation before. The fact that we see some of the giraffe's brighter stars at all is a testament to the stars themselves. The brightest star, Beta Camelopardalis, is more than 850 light-years away. The star is a yellow supergiant. It's about the same temperature as the Sun, but much bigger and heavier, and thousands of times brighter. The third-brightest star, known as Alpha, is even more impressive. It's a blue supergiant. It's not only bigger and brighter than the Sun, it's thousands of degrees hotter as well. And it's visible from a distance of 6,000light-years — one of the most-distant stars that's visible to the unaided eye. So if you have a clear, dark sky, look toward the north for Camelopardalis — a big, faint constellation with some impressive stars. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
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Gospel of Luke, Chapter 21, verses 29-33As we close our liturgical year, Jesus reminds us that all will come to an end. Sun and moon will stop shedding their light. Stars will fall from the sky. But do not be afraid. Trees will bloom. Everything will pass but there is Something that will be with us always...
Patreon backer Bob brings you this special episode all about making your conspiracy bosses something other than punching bags! If you're enjoying the show, why not consider supporting it on Patreon? You'll get access to lots of new bonus content, including my other podcast, Patron Deities! Order your physical copy of Lion Rampant: A Viking in the Sun here or pick up an ebook here! The Pamphlet of Pantheons is now available for order at Rook's Press and Four Rogues Trading Company! Or buy a digital copy at Itch or Drivethru. Thanks to Ray Otus for our thumbnail image. The intro music is a clip from "Solve the Damn Mystery" by Jesse Spillane, used under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
Happy Turkey Day citizens of the matrix. The Sun entered Sagittarius on Monday. On Wednesday Mercury https://www.iamastrologyreadings.com/post/daily-horoscope-nov-25-2021
On this episode of the Real Life Pharmacology podcast, I explore doxycycline pharmacology, adverse effects, and drug interactions. Doxycycline can be bound by numerous minerals like calcium, magnesium, and iron. Coadministration can lead to reduced concentrations. Sun sensitivity is a really important adverse effect that can be caused by doxycycline. Be sure to educate your patients. Doxycycline can be used as an alternative to beta-lactams and macrolides in the management of community-acquired pneumonia.
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WILL LEITCH spikes this show into THE TURKEY BOWL (2019) and gets us community service watching: The Barry Switzer Showcase ... THEME: "Fuck You If You Don't Like Christmas," from Crudbump, by Drew Fairweather PART ONE Not a baking mystery ... It's not it! ... Too many penises and butts within two minutes ... A solid forever runtime ... A tame Old School, a risqué Hallmark ... No darkness or cruelty ... Following Hallmark homecoming plot beats ... More enjoyable than Red Notice ... 1.5x speed ... PENALTY: Inaccurate movie provenance ... Hallmark's increasing indie vibes ... An existential threat to this podcast? ... Metatextually loving Oklahoma ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART TWO Cast rundown ... Ryan Hansen, who Will knows from Party Down ... The Expositional Challenge ... Earned attaboy ... Plot Mop-Up ... The Badger Hole ... Intrafamily political strife ... Ride Along 1 and 2 ... Harland Williams ... "Moist" ... Spot the Angel: Judge Tibbins or Mitchell's self-sacrifice ... Reverse Good Will Hunting speech ... The Cedar Rapids/winsome Sundance fare ... Eat Your Heart Out: Reinforcing the political divide; congealed sloppy joe's; hot-dog casserole ... Cigarettes and football ... Matt Jones Appreciation Station ... Mitchell ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART THREE Overdetermined: Sports movies flipping from total loserdom to total dominance in the big game; 12-6 high-five big-game analysis; the Blind Melon joy montage; the football game broke the town; "high school again" speech followed by Hallmark Quit ... You tried nothing, and nothing happened ... A life reanimated for a jealousy trope ... Crossover: Is that Barry Switzer?; can Barry Switzer commit to a dark Alzheimer's role?; the Barry Switzer filmography; Gen X return to Road Rules ... A lot of stretching ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART FOUR The Hallmark Bechdel Test: There is no women's "moment"; biological clock; marital aid tips ... A better movie's Ashley Sinclair ... An extremely reasonable bad girlfriend ... More Hangover hangover ... Bad events without bad people ... The Hallmark Voight-Kampff Test: Brandy "the class slut"; demented Barry Switzer ... Who's the Real Villain?: Forgetting where you came from and/or brand identity ... A perfect community that can implode from losing one football game ... Title/Sequel: A mostly Thanksgivingless Thanksgiving; a good touch tying it to the game; a turkeyless Turkey Bowl; these people are turkeys; you gotta do The Leftovers ... Break: Original music by Chris Collingwood PART FIVE Rating: 4 ... The Leftovers: Filmed in Oklahoma ... Copyright compliant UPS ... Stolen Supreme Court justice cab ... Reasonable senator, a Good Son-style doofus ... Who leaks this story? ... House of Cards narration ... Exhausting-ass Beau Willimon ... Nickelback on 2 ... Money for Smash Mouth and Third Eye Blind ... Copyright compliant "Fields of Gold" and "Blister in the Sun" ... It's common law, and I bought my own ring, and I'm done with this conversation ... Thank you for the turkey bowl ... The secret Dave-Will feud ... Links! ... Merry Christmas! All other music by Chris Collingwood of Look Park and Fountains of Wayne, except: "Orchestral Sports Theme" by Chris Collingwood and Rick Murnane and "My My My My Mitchell" by Hoyt Axton. Read Will's newsletter here.
Regulus, the star at the heart of the lion, has a small, faint companion. Astronomers have known about it for a while, but they've never seen it. In fact, they've had a hard time figuring out its details. That's because the two stars are quite close together, and because Regulus itself is far brighter than the companion. So trying to see the other star is like trying to pick out a flashlight right next to a searchlight. Astronomers discovered the companion by breaking the light from Regulus into its individual wavelengths or colors. Patterns in that rainbow of colors reveal details about Regulus. Detailed observations reveal a second pattern mingling with the first — the imprint of the companion. A study last year got the best look yet at that second imprint, allowing astronomers to nail down some of the companion's details. It's about a third the mass of the Sun, compared to almost four times the Sun's mass for Regulus. Its surface is thousands of degrees hotter than the Sun's. And it's about six percent the Sun's diameter. The star is becoming a white dwarf — the final stage of life for a Sun-like star. Eventually, the star will get even smaller, and a bit cooler. That'll make it even harder to see through the glare of brilliant Regulus. Look for Regulus near the Moon the next couple of nights. It rises below the Moon late tonight, and stands to the lower left of the Moon at first light. It'll be even closer to the Moon tomorrow night. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
This week Dean DeVore welcomes Austin Cohen, Founder & CEO and Justin Turesky, COO of FlexIt Inc. on the best ways to plan and prepare for outdoor exercise during the winter months. FlexIt is currently available for download in the App Store and Google Play. To learn more about FlexIt, visit: www.flexit.fit. Plus Dean takes a look at the weather for the weekend and week beyond. It's all this week on 'Everything Under the Sun'! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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NEON HIGHWAY BLUES, steering its 11 tracks with the confidence and assuredness of a veteran and the freshness of someone who's still in the process of discovery and refinement -- with the help of famous friends such as Eric Gales, Lance Lopez, Josh Smith and Hoey's 17-year-old son Ian Hoey. "I really wanted to make sure this album had a lot of blues on it," says Hoey, who self-produced NEON HIGHWAY BLUES and recorded it at his home studio in New Hampshire. “I kept sticking to the blues and listening to the classic players, all the Kings, Albert King, Freddie King, BB King, and finish with some Burger King. Hoey laughs” tried to get that to be a focus of this record -- and still put some songs for that my long-time, die-hard fans expect; instrumentals and some rockin' Zeppelin type stuff. There's definitely a variety here." Hoey's not kidding. NEON HIGHWAY BLUES kicks off with "Under the Rug," a funky, Jeff Beck style workout with Eric Gales. Up next is the dynamic 6:29 slow blues "Mercy of Love," with Josh Smith, with biting guitar solos, Hoey gets his Texas swing on for "Still Believe in Love" and settles into some roadhouse shuffles on "Your Kind of Love," and "Damned If I Do," is a big, stomping blues rocker with Lance Lopez trading licks. And those majestic instrumentals he mentioned? Check out "Almost Heaven," "Waiting on the Sun" and the cinematic title track, all showcases of virtuosity that complement the grittier fare around them. A very personal highlight for Hoey is "Don't Come Crying," an aching blues track that features one Ian Hoey, then only 16, planting his flag in the "family business." "I'm so blown away my son is actually on the record," Hoey says. "He loves the blues. I said, 'If it turns out good enough, I'll have you on the record, and he did a great job. After it was mixed and I listened to it. I totally forgot where he was playing and where I was playing. It brought tears to my eyes." NEON HIGHWAY BLUES "wasn't a quick record to make," nor was it easy, according to Hoey, and displays the care that came with the time spent on it. "I always say that's why they call it the blues, because it ain't easy," he notes. The album took about a year and a half, he estimates, much of it done during gaps in his heavy touring schedule. "I just kept going in and trying to come up with the right licks or the right lyrics, and some days it just wouldn't come," Hoey recalls. "It was really about staying in there and trying things, abandoning some ideas, going on to new ideas. There was a lot of that on this record. I'm kind of a stickler for making sure I'm happy with it -- even though I had people breathing down my neck to get it done."
The last week of November offers uplifting energies for revelations, movement, and healing as many planets interact in supportive conversations. Mercury is now in truth-speaking Sagittarius and will be conjunct the Sun on Nov 28 at 5 degrees, then both planets will enter positive connections with Saturn in Aquarius and Chiron in Aries. December begins with Neptune stationing direct at 20 degrees Pisces, which we can feel physically, emotionally, and energetically as a type of slow down for a bit. You may need to be very clear with your thoughts and words, as well as give yourself more time to rest or reflect, as well as listen to your intuition. Lovely energies moving us into December! More to share in this podcast episode. Special Offer! 10% off a subscription to The Mountain Astrologer magazine with code MOXIE10 - Check it out: https://mountainastrologer.com/ Only 99 cents! Kindle versions of my books are on sale for a limited time - https://www.amazon.com/Molly-McCord/e/B00APLNK2E/ ~~ December 2021 Soul Growth Astrology: Discover how the energies of December 2021 are going to be significant in your life by following along with your natal astrology chart. Includes the Sagittarius Solar Eclipse, Gemini Full Moon and energies of the personal planets. Use code DECEMBER to get it for only $11 USD - https://www.mollymccord.online/offers/mm7QmFGo
In the previous episodes, we looked at the rise of patents and software and their impact on the nascent computer industry. But a copyright is a right. And that right can be given to others in whole or in part. We have all benefited from software where the right to copy was waved and it's shaped the computing industry as much, if not more, than proprietary software. The term Free and Open Source Software (FOSS for short) is a blanket term to describe software that's free and/or whose source code is distributed for varying degrees of tinkeration. It's a movement and a choice. Programmers can commercialize our software. But we can also distribute it free of copy protections. And there are about as many licenses as there are opinions about what is unique, types of software, underlying components, etc. But given that many choose to commercialize their work products, how did a movement arise that specifically didn't? The early computers were custom-built to perform various tasks. Then computers and software were bought as a bundle and organizations could edit the source code. But as operating systems and languages evolved and businesses wanted their own custom logic, a cottage industry for software started to emerge. We see this in every industry - as an innovation becomes more mainstream, the expectations and needs of customers progress at an accelerated rate. That evolution took about 20 years to happen following World War II and by 1969, the software industry had evolved to the point that IBM faced antitrust charges for bundling software with hardware. And after that, the world of software would never be the same. The knock-on effect was that in the 1970s, Bell Labs pushed away from MULTICS and developed Unix, which AT&T then gave away as compiled code to researchers. And so proprietary software was a growing industry, which AT&T began charging for commercial licenses as the bushy hair and sideburns of the 70s were traded for the yuppy culture of the 80s. In the meantime, software had become copyrightable due to the findings of CONTU and the codifying of the Copyright Act of 1976. Bill Gates sent his infamous “Open Letter to Hobbyists” in 1976 as well, defending the right to charge for software in an exploding hobbyist market. And then Apple v Franklin led to the ability to copyright compiled code in 1983. There was a growing divide between those who'd been accustomed to being able to copy software freely and edit source code and those who in an up-market sense just needed supported software that worked - and were willing to pay for it, seeing the benefits that automation was having on the capabilities to scale an organization. And yet there were plenty who considered copyright software immoral. One of the best remembered is Richard Stallman, or RMS for short. Steven Levy described Stallman as “The Last of the True Hackers” in his epic book “Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution.” In the book, he describes the MIT Stallman joined where there weren't passwords and we didn't yet pay for software and then goes through the emergence of the LISP language and the divide that formed between Richard Greenblatt, who wanted to keep The Hacker Ethic alive and those who wanted to commercialize LISP. The Hacker Ethic was born from the young MIT students who freely shared information and ideas with one another and help push forward computing in an era they thought was purer in a way, as though it hadn't yet been commercialized. The schism saw the death of the hacker culture and two projects came out of Stallman's technical work: emacs, which is a text editor that is still included freely in most modern Unix variants and the GNU project. Here's the thing, MIT was sitting on patents for things like core memory and thrived in part due to the commercialization or weaponization of the technology they were producing. The industry was maturing and since the days when kings granted patents, maturing technology would be commercialized using that system. And so Stallman's nostalgia gave us the GNU project, born from an idea that the industry moved faster in the days when information was freely shared and that knowledge was meant to be set free. For example, he wanted the source code for a printer driver so he could fix it and was told it was protected by an NDAQ and so couldn't have it. A couple of years later he announced GNU, a recursive acronym for GNU's Not Unix. The next year he built a compiler called GCC and the next year released the GNU Manifesto, launching the Free Software Foundation, often considered the charter of the free and open source software movement. Over the next few years as he worked on GNU, he found emacs had a license, GCC had a license, and the rising tide of free software was all distributed with unique licenses. And so the GNU General Public License was born in 1989 - allowing organizations and individuals to copy, distribute, and modify software covered under the license but with a small change, that if someone modified the source, they had to release that with any binaries they distributed as well. The University of California, Berkley had benefited from a lot of research grants over the years and many of their works could be put into the public domain. They had brought Unix in from Bell Labs in the 70s and Sun cofounder and Java author Bill Joy worked under professor Fabry, who brought Unix in. After working on a Pascal compiler that Unix coauthor Ken Thompson left for Berkeley, Joy and others started working on what would become BSD, not exactly a clone of Unix but with interchangeable parts. They bolted on the OSI model to get networking and through the 80s as Joy left for Sun and DEC got ahold of that source code there were variants and derivatives like FreeBSD, NetBSD, Darwin, and others. The licensing was pretty permissive and simple to understand: Copyright (c) . All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided that the above copyright notice and this paragraph are duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation, advertising materials, and other materials related to such distribution and use acknowledge that the software was developed by the . The name of the may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. By 1990 the Board of Regents at Berkley accepted a four clause BSD license that spawned a class of licenses. While it's matured into other formats like a 0 clause license it's one of my favorites as it is truest to the FOSS cause. And the 90s gave us the Apache License, from the Apache Group, loosely based on the BSD License and then in 2004 leaning away from that with the release of the Apache License 2 that was more compatible with the GPL license. Given the modding nature of Apache they didn't require derivative works to also be open sourced but did require leaving the license in place for unmodified parts of the original work. GNU never really caught on as an OS in the mainstream, although a collection of tools did. The main reason the OS didn't go far is probably because Linus Torvalds started releasing prototypes of his Linux operating system in 1991. Torvalds used The GNU General Public License v2, or GPLv2 to license his kernel, having been inspired by a talk given by Stallman. GPL 2 had been released in 1991 and something else was happening as we turned into the 1990s: the Internet. Suddenly the software projects being worked on weren't just distributed on paper tape or floppy disks; they could be downloaded. The rise of Linux and Apache coincided and so many a web server and site ran that LAMP stack with MySQL and PHP added in there. All open source in varying flavors of what open source was at the time. And collaboration in the industry was at an all-time high. We got the rise of teams of developers who would edit and contribute to projects. One of these was a tool for another aspect of the Internet, email. It was called popclient, Here Eric S Raymond, or ESR for short, picked it up and renamed it to fetchmail, releasing it as an open source project. Raymond presented on his work at the Linux Congress in 1997, expanded that work into an essay and then the essay into “The Cathedral and the Bazaar” where bazaar is meant to be like an open market. That inspired many to open source their own works, including the Netscape team, which resulted in Mozilla and so Firefox - and another book called “Freeing the Source: The Story of Mozilla” from O'Reilly. By then, Tim O'Reilly was a huge proponent of this free or source code available type of software as it was known. And companies like VA Linux were growing fast. And many wanted to congeal around some common themes. So in 1998, Christine Peterson came up with the term “open source” in a meeting with Raymond, Todd Anderson, Larry Augustin, Sam Ockman, and Jon “Maddog” Hall, author of the first book I read on Linux. Free software it may or may not be but open source as a term quickly proliferated throughout the lands. By 1998 there was this funny little company called Tivo that was doing a public beta of a little box with a Linux kernel running on it that bootstrapped a pretty GUI to record TV shows on a hard drive on the box and play them back. You remember when we had to wait for a TV show, right? Or back when some super-fancy VCRs could record a show at a specific time to VHS (but mostly failed for one reason or another)? Well, Tivo meant to fix that. We did an episode on them a couple of years ago but we skipped the term Tivoization and the impact they had on GPL. As the 90s came to a close, VA Linux and Red Hat went through great IPOs, bringing about an era where open source could mean big business. And true to the cause, they shared enough stock with Linus Torvalds to make him a millionaire as well. And IBM pumped a billion dollars into open source, with Sun moving to open source openoffice.org. Now, what really happened there might be that by then Microsoft had become too big for anyone to effectively compete with and so they all tried to pivot around to find a niche, but it still benefited the world and open source in general. By Y2K there was a rapidly growing number of vendors out there putting Linux kernels onto embedded devices. TiVo happened to be one of the most visible. Some in the Linux community felt like they were being taken advantage of because suddenly you had a vendor making changes to the kernel but their changes only worked on their hardware and they blocked users from modifying the software. So The Free Software Foundation updated GPL, bundling in some other minor changes and we got the GNU General Public License (Version 3) in 2006. There was a lot more in GPL 3, given that so many organizations were involved in open source software by then. Here, the full license text and original copyright notice had to be included along with a statement of significant changes and making source code available with binaries. And commercial Unix variants struggled with SGI going bankrupt in 2006 and use of AIX and HP-UX Many of these open source projects flourished because of version control systems and the web. SourceForge was created by VA Software in 1999 and is a free service that can be used to host open source projects. Concurrent Versions System, or CVS had been written by Dick Grune back in 1986 and quickly became a popular way to have multiple developers work on projects, merging diffs of code repositories. That gave way to git in the hearts of many a programmer after Linus Torvalds wrote a new versioning system called git in 2005. GitHub came along in 2008 and was bought by Microsoft in 2018 for 2018. Seeing a need for people to ask questions about coding, Stack Overflow was created by Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky in 2008. Now, we could trade projects on one of the versioning tools, get help with projects or find smaller snippets of sample code on Stack Overflow, or even Google random things (and often find answers on Stack Overflow). And so social coding became a large part of many a programmers day. As did dependency management, given how many tools are used to compile a modern web app or app. I often wonder how much of the code in many of our favorite tools is actually original. Another thought is that in an industry dominated by white males, it's no surprise that we often gloss over previous contributions. It was actually Grace Hopper's A-2 compiler that was the first software that was released freely with source for all the world to adapt. Sure, you needed a UNIVAC to run it, and so it might fall into the mainframe era and with the emergence of minicomputers we got Digital Equipment's DECUS for sharing software, leading in part to the PDP-inspired need for source that Stallman was so adamant about. General Motors developed SHARE Operating System for the IBM 701 and made it available through the IBM user group called SHARE. The ARPAnet was free if you could get to it. TeX from Donald Knuth was free. The BASIC distribution from Dartmouth was academic and yet Microsoft sold it for up to $100,000 a license (see Commodore ). So it's no surprise that people avoided paying upstarts like Microsoft for their software or that it took until the late 70s to get copyright legislation and common law. But Hopper's contributions were kinda' like open source v1, the work from RMS to Linux was kinda' like open source v2, and once the term was coined and we got the rise of a name and more social coding platforms from SourceForge to git, we moved into a third version of the FOSS movement. Today, some tools are free, some are open source, some are free as in beer (as you find in many a gist), some are proprietary. All are valid. Today there are also about as many licenses as there are programmers putting software out there. And here's the thing, they're all valid. You see, every creator has the right to restrict the ability to copy their software. After all, it's their intellectual property. Anyone who chooses to charge for their software is well within their rights. Anyone choosing to eschew commercialization also has that right. And every derivative in between. I wouldn't judge anyone based on any model those choose. Just as those who distribute proprietary software shouldn't be judged for retaining their rights to do so. Why not just post things we want to make free? Patents, copyrights, and trademarks are all a part of intellectual property - but as developers of tools we also need to limit our liability as we're probably not out there buying large errors and omissions insurance policies for every script or project we make freely available. Also, we might want to limit the abuse of our marks. For example, Linus Torvalds monitors the use of the Linux mark through the Linux Mark Institute. Apparently some William Dell Croce Jr tried to register the Linux trademark in 1995 and Torvalds had to sue to get it back. He provides use of the mark using a free and perpetual global sublicense. Given that his wife won the Finnish karate championship six times I wouldn't be messing with his trademarks. Thank you to all the creators out there. Thank you for your contributions. And thank you for tuning in to this episode of the History of Computing Podcast. Have a great day.
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Check out our sponsors! Gaylord Rockies: https://ad.doubleclick.net/ddm/trackclk/N4406.3781527COLORADOSUN/B26479838.315145984;dc_trk_aid=510089669;dc_trk_cid=160176852;dc_lat=;dc_rdid=;tag_for_child_directed_treatment=;tfua=;ltd= Adults age 55 and older are one of the groups with the biggest number of workers leaving the labor force during the pandemic. The reasons for that are many. But older workers often find it difficult when trying to re-enter the workforce or to change jobs. That's a problem that existed before the pandemic, too. Now, as Colorado Sun reporter Tamara Chuang learned, the state and a number of organizations are working to fix the problem. And employers are beginning to see a benefit to hiring older workers. She spoke with fellow Sun reporter John Ingold about the issue. Read more at ColoradoSun.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs was like a cosmic reset button. It killed off most of the life on Earth, which made it possible for modern life to take control. The asteroid was a few miles in diameter. It hit off the coast of Mexico 66 million years ago. It caused a massive tsunami, plus a firestorm that blacked out the Sun and created acid rains across the entire planet. About three-quarters of all the plant and animal species died off — in both land and sea. On land, dinosaurs and other big animals died off quickly. That let small mammals begin to dominate the landscape. A couple of recent studies have found other changes that followed the mass extinction. One study says it destroyed almost half the vegetation in the Amazon rainforest. It took millions of years to redevelop. Trees with thin canopies, which allow dense vegetation to grow at the surface, were replaced by flowering trees with much thicker canopies. That transformed the rainforest's appearance. A study in September said that snakes profited from the changes as well. Many of them were able to remain underground, without food, for up to a year at a time. As conditions improved, they returned to the surface. With most life eradicated, there was less competition for limited food supplies. So snakes multiplied, evolved, and spread out across the planet — beneficiaries of a global catastrophe. Tomorrow: Looking into the details of a tiny companion. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
An 83-year-old man is murdered while walking his dogs in a rural area of Norfolk. His injuries were so severe that investigators believed he had been attacked by his own dogs. The pensioner's catastrophic wounds were not caused by an animal but rather someone who was still at large…*** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane. You can listen to Eileen's podcast CrimeLapse here: https://www.crimelapsepodcast.com/ Listen to our new podcast ‘They Walk Among America' here: https://play.acast.com/s/they-walk-among-americaBecome a ‘Patreon Producer' and get exclusive access to Season 1, early ad-free access to episodes, and your name in the podcasts credits. Find out more here: https://www.patreon.com/TheyWalkAmongUsOrder our book ‘They Walk Among Us' here: https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/merchandiseCourt documents and information from the following news organisations were referenced in this episode: EASTERN DAILY PRESS, THE TIMES, BBC NEWS, THE SUN and TELEGRAPH. More information and episode references can be found on our website https://theywalkamonguspodcast.comMUSIC: The Edge by Caleb Etheridge St Mary by Chelsea McGough Onward by Chelsea McGough Revenant by Clark Walker The Greater Good by Craig Allen Fravel Crooked Man by Wicked Cinema A Most Sinister Kind by Dresden, The Flamingo Ancient Ground by Moments What You Do Not Know by Joshua Spacht They Walk Among Us is part of the Acast Creator Network - https://www.acast.com/theywalkamongusSOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter - https://twitter.com/TWAU_PodcastFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/theywalkamonguspodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/theywalkamonguspodcast Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theywalkamongus. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Admiral Yi Sun-sin single-handedly safeguarded the entire existence of the Korean people. Without this one man Korean culture, the Korean language, and Korean political independence would have ceased to exist. Sun-sin is one of the greatest military minds in recorded human history. This is his story. It’s all here and it’s all free on Battlecast… Continue reading Admiral Yi Sun-sin: Military Genius and Savior of Korea /// 59
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In This Episode You'll Hear About:What is was like growing up in Maryland as one of five siblingsWhat his experience was like interning at the White HouseHow moving to Boston with a new tech startup shifted his career path How being passionate about people and working in the startup world gave him the passion for being a “wantrepreneur”How losing his uncle to skin cancer raised his awareness of the disease and increased his mindfulness of wearing sunscreenHow starting his sunscreen nonprofit, Skin Protection Foundation gave him the idea for starting BaskWhere Bask is now just 7 months after launching and what they have planned for the futureExclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:Get 30% off your first 3 months with Malomo by going to: https://gomalomo.com/stairwaytoceoUse the promo code STAIRWAY200 for $200 off Outer furniture by shopping HEREGet 2 months FREE with Gorgias by clicking HERE and mentioning the podcastTo Find Out More:https://basksuncare.com/Want the Inside Scoop?:Text Lee at 310-510-6044Quotes:“I just love people, and that's kind of always been a constant throughout my life.”“I never knew what I wanted to do growing up. I was really jealous of those kids that had this profound sense of what they were going to be when they grow up. What I did know was that I wanted to do something impactful, something important.”“Life doesn't slow down because you're trying to accomplish something with your startup. So you have to deal with all these things when you're the only one who's there to deal with your company. There's something unforgiving about it.”“I've got a spreadsheet that I'm adding to daily of new business ideas, and it's just something that I have always wanted to do, be an entrepreneur.”“When I tell people about the starting Bask was, I really kind of stumbled into it.”“In talking with those entrepreneurs, I just became fascinated with the idea of DTC, and challenger versus incumbent brands, previously assumed to be entrenched categories.”“One of the things that always stood out to me was skin cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in the United States, more so than every other cancer combined. Despite the fact that it is easily objectively, the most preventable”“I thought, why can't we build a better-for-you sunscreen that's wrapped in a beautiful brand that's purposeful and intentional, and really appeals to Millennials and Gen Z, and talk about sun care differently in a way that gets people excited about it and then use those proceeds to fund the non-profit”“We want to end skin cancer. If we build a company that makes it enjoyable and fun to wear sunscreen as opposed to being a chore, we can get sunscreen into so many more people's hands.”“The thing that we knew was that Bask could not have oxybenzone or octinoxate, there's only 14 active ingredients that you're legally allowed to use in the United States, and those two are used in 80% plus of sunscreen.”“We want you to be out in the sun, but to do it safely.”“One of the crazy things about starting your own company is that you are going to do things that you have never done before. Basically every single day, you have to like completely learn something new and then master it because the future of your organization depends on it.”“It's really frustrating to get the no's, but you have to be willing to deal with the no's.”“Trust in yourself and just do it. There's never a good time, and if you keep waiting for that perfect time, your window will close. So do it. I encourage anybody to make a bet on themselves”
In this bonus episode Ashley breaks down the Sun sign vs. the Moon sign self-care practices and how to use these placements in your chart to inspire your routine. More episodes on Cosmic Self-Care:Cosmic Self-Care: An On-Air Reading with Ashley and Kristina NesseCosmic Self-Care: An On-Air Reading with Ashley and Gina GaetzSOLO - Using Astrology to Inspire Your Self-Care Routine Join the Self-Care Challenge! On December 1, we'll start a month-long celebration of all things self-care. Packed with practice ideas, bonus episodes, giveaways, and free workshops - you won't want to miss this! If you're already on the Yoga Magic newsletter, you're in! To join, sign up here. https://tremendous-leader-9896.ck.page/614556994e Follow along on Instagram: @yogamagicpodcast and @ashleysondergaard.yogaLearn more about Ashley and Yoga Magic at www.ashleysondergaard.com Work with Ashley:Book a 1:1 Cosmic Self-Care Session with Ashley | Learn how to use your astrological birth chart to personalize your self-care routines, rituals and practices. Book a Birth Chart Reading with Ashley | Learn about the key components of your natal chart and how you can work with the energy in your life today during this 30 minute reading.
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While we're between seasons, enjoy the special mini-campaign Zachary ran this summer! Content warning for graphic violence Embark on a pulse-pounding adventure in the cloud-choked realm of Tarandaur as a group of heroes, called together by a mutual ally, try to unravel the mystery of his final message in SAGAS OF THE SUNLESS REACH - THE RIDDLE OF RUEL! Starring: Zachary(@obfuscatingGod) as THE GAME MASTER Bitmap(@BMPrager) as KSANA THE SPEAR Jade(@jadeoxfordrose) as ORIN NĀTTSKU Mab(@littleladymab) as ELŻBIETA WRONA Cory(@endlessmusings) as APRICUS THE LUMINARY Featuring music by Tabletop Audio and Kevin MacLeod and maps by Cze and Peku. Title theme "Seeking the Sun" by Zachary Frederickson.
What to Do When you Can't Stay on Your Own Schedule (LA 1638) Transcript: Steven Butala: Steve and Jill here. Jill DeWit: Hello. Steven Butala: Welcome to The Land Academy Show entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill DeWit: And I'm Jill Dewitt broadcasting from the Valley of the Sun. Steven Butala: Today, Jill and I talk about what to do when you can't stay on your own schedule. Jill DeWit: Hey, for a minute. I was like, "I'm going to be just like the listeners right now. I don't know what this topic is about." And then I remember what we were talking about earlier. I'm like, "Okay, I got it." This came out of your intensive, right? Steven Butala: Came out of a discussion that you and I had earlier- Jill DeWit: Oh shit. Steven Butala: ...about writing topics for the podcast this week. Jill DeWit: Well, there is that. Steven Butala: And it was your idea. Jill DeWit: Thank you. Which came out of the intensive which wrapped up last week and I got to be a guest, if you will, on your last session, and that was very fun. Steven Butala: Yup. Jill DeWit: It was really cool. Steven Butala: Totally. Jill DeWit: Different groups. It was really interesting, I got to jump in on yours and you jumped in at the end of mine and we all talked about very different things. So it was cool. Awesome. Steven Butala: Before we get into it, let's take a question posted by one of our members on thelandinvestors.com online community it's free, and don't forget to subscribe on the Land Academy YouTube channel and comment on the shows you like. Jill DeWit: Greg wrote, "Bought this 1.29 acre lot up in the mountains of Eastern blank for $2,259 back in February. Last week, we're going to a nearby city from Pennsylvania and after ignoring this property for most of a year- Steven Butala: Been there. Jill DeWit: We just, right? Steven Butala: Ignoring this, because he bought it, but- Jill DeWit: You forget. Steven Butala: He just didn't get around to sell it. Jill DeWit: Yeah. Steven Butala: Story in my life. Jill DeWit: Now you're know, Greg, you see how easy it is to forget, what, "Oh yeah. I still own that. Oh yeah." Okay. So anyway, we decided to stop by and take some pictures, do a drone video, dash cam video, and then put up a sign. It was a beautiful sunny day and I got some great colorful shots from both the ground and from the drone. Steven Butala: And so it's cool. He put all this in there. Jill DeWit: This is it. Steven Butala: He put the content in there, like the shot, you know- Jill DeWit: The pictures? Steven Butala: Yeah. Jill DeWit: That's cool. Steven Butala: It was really cool. Jill DeWit: After four hours or about four hours after we left, we got a call from a neighbor who had seen our sign and wanted to know our price. We hadn't quite settled on a price. So I told him somewhere around $16,000. He said, "I'm just curious" and local Tennessee folks wouldn't pay that much. But if you could get people from Florida to pay that, if not more. This seemed like an unusual but interesting opinion of the market value of the land in this area. So then, the next morning, this is so good. I get, "What did you pay?" You paid 2259, or something like that, right? Steven Butala: Let's see. Jill DeWit: Yeah. Wow, I have good memory 2259 and he said it's only around 16. So then the next morning I got a call from another neighbor who was out for her morning walk and saw our sign. She said she lived very close by and was looking for land for her daughter and daughter's husband, both of who live in Florida and want to move to this state. Jill DeWit: Given the opinion that I got from the local guy, I said that the price is $20,000. She thought about it for a minute and then said, "Yes." We now have signed purchase agreement and title company working on this. When all is said and done, we will make about $16,000 profit off our 2259 purchase. Although I was really looking forward to working on the listin...
https://youtu.be/3hJVYAH5wsQ The outer Solar System is far enough from the Sun that water doesn't get blasted away into deep space. In this icy realm, there are many worlds with vast quantities of water ice. Today let's look at the icy outer moons and dwarf planets. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
This week, we explore the symbol of one of the lesser-known in Freemasonry--the Moon. We often think it means just relating to the equilibrium of ruling a Lodge, but could it mean more? Is the secret pertaining to divine feminine energy? And can it also have a historical and practical purpose within our ritual? We've also got a great, all-new Masonic Minute segment with Illustrious Brother Harrison. What happens when Steve sits down for lunch and realizes the Brothers he's talking to have never heard of perhaps the most considerable Masonic controversy ever? What is the danger of not knowing about this strange tale in Masonic history? All this and more, stay tuned! Links: The Sun, Moon, and Master of the Lodge https://californiafreemason.org/2019/11/14/the-sun-the-moon-and-the-master The Sun, the Moon, and the Freemason https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5644eeffe4b0b0ba349f7b3f/t/5defdd9a42a3c814ed114288/1576000922505/Sun+and+Moon.pdf NASA Confirms Longest Eclipse https://www.scientiststudy.com/2021/11/nasa-confirms-longest-lunar-eclipse-in.html https://www.scientiststudy.com/2021/11/nasa-confirms-longest-lunar-eclipse-in.html?m=1 Masonic Conferences http://www.masonicconferences.com Double Eagle Con 2021 http://www.tinyurl.com/doubleeaglecon2021 I Was Wrong, Conspiracies Are No Laughing Matter http://www.midnightfreemasons.org/2021/11/i-was-wrong-conspiracies-are-no.html Persecuted Masons: The Holocaust and Hitler's Attack on Freemasonry https://blog.philosophicalsociety.org/2020/07/20/persecuted-masons-the-holocaust-and-hitlers-attack-on-freemasonry/ Why People Latch on To Conspiracy Theories – According to Science https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/why-people-latch-on-to-conspiracy-theories-according-to-science WCY Podcast YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/WhenceCameYou The Craftsman+ Journal and Pen http://www.wcypodcast.com/the-shop Ancient Modern Initiation: Special Edition http://www.wcypodcast.com/the-Shop The Master's Word- A Short Treatise on the Word, the Light, and the Self - Autographed https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Wilmshurst University https://wilmshurstuniversity.com Get the new book! How to Charter a Lodge https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop The Great Books Program! https://wcypodcast.com/the-great-books-program Truth Quantum https://truthquantum.com Our Patreon www.patreon.com/wcypodcast Support the show on Paypal https://wcypodcast.com/support-the-show Get some swag! https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Get the book! http://a.co/5rtYr2r Links listed may or may not be Amazon affiliate links.
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