Ask yourself this question: What do people say about you when your name comes up? Is it positive, neutral or negative? Do they know what you do and think of you first when the problem they are dealing with needs a solution? On this episode I have LA's top personal branding expert Tim O'Brien who is the author of the Power of Personal Branding and a coach to some of the most elite entrepreneurs in Los Angeles with businesses that bring in a minimum of $1 Million per year in revenue. We'll be discussing: Why EVERYONE has a personal brand whether they realize it or not. What is it costing people when they don't put intention about their personal brand. Dress for success or keep it casual? Tim and I settle a debate we started a year ago! How Tim coaches his high income clients to become more self aware. They say the best way to create success is to model success so learn why the professionals come to Tim for his expertise on personal branding. You'll want to tune into this episode if you are serious about creating success in your business both online and in person. Connect with Tim on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thepersontosee/ Make sure to grab his free download '99 Personal Brand Equity Strategies' here: https://go.thepersontosee.com/99PersonalBrandEquityIdeas-Optin?r_done=1
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are set to face the 17th-ranked Duke Blue Devils in primetime on Saturday night. Tyler Wojciak is joined by Tim O'Malley of Irish Illustrated to preview the big game, discuss the Ohio State hangover, and predict which Irish players will step up the rest of the way. Follow Tyler on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TylerWojciak Follow Locked On Irish on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LockedOnIrish Follow Locked On Irish on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lockedonirishpod/?hl=en Subscribe to Locked on Irish on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC749D_LgykIE8WLu7W4UQlQ Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Nutrafol Take the first step to visibly thicker, healthier hair. For a limited time, Nutrafol is offering our listeners ten dollars off your first month's subscription and free shipping when you go to Nutrafol.com/men and enter the promo code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. DoorDash Get fifty percent off your first DoorDash order up to a twenty-dollar value when you use code lockedoncollege at checkout. Limited time offer, terms apply. Jase Medical Save more than $360 by getting these lifesaving antibiotics with Jase Medical plus an additional $20 off by using code LOCKEDON at checkout on jasemedical.com. Athletic Brewing Go to AthleticBrewing.com and enter code LOCKEDON to get 15% off your first online order or find a store near you! Athletic Brewing. Milford, CT and San Diego, CA. Near Beer. Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Right now, NEW customers can bet FIVE DOLLARS and get TWO HUNDRED in BONUS BETS – GUARANTEED. Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Um dia após comunicar a demissão de Vanderlei Luxemburgo, o Corinthians anunciou Mano Menezes como novo treinador da equipe. Durante essas quase 24 horas, a diretoria trabalhou para encontrar um substituto, chegou a contatar Tite, mas diante da negativa do ex-técnico da Seleção Brasileira, agiu rápido e fechou com outro velho conhecido. Neste episódio, João Pedro Brandão, Bruno Cassucci, Marcelo Braga e Careca Bertaglia trazem todos os detalhes do contrato que foi assinado e debatem a escolha do novo comandante. Há vantagem em já conhecer o clube? Quais serão seus principais desafios? Para saber isso e muito mais é só dar o play!
Tim is the youngest Eagle I have interviewed so far. We talk about his experiences growing up in Massachusetts with two older brothers. He also talks about his work experiences in high school and college. We also spend some time talking about his hobby as a drone pilot.
In this episode of "How the F**k Did You Get That Job," host David Jaffin sits down with Timo Pelz, VP of Business Marketing at Reddit, to unravel an intriguing career journey that took him from the world of advertising agencies to tech giants like Facebook and Instagram before landing his current role. Through candid and captivating storytelling, Timo shares pivotal moments and lessons learned during his career, offering a glimpse into the inner workings of some of the world's most influential companies. From navigating the challenges of imposter syndrome to honing his leadership style, his experiences offer valuable insights for aspiring professionals and seasoned veterans alike. Amidst the corporate buzz, this episode also touches on the joys of being a devoted "girl dad" and the unique cultural blend Timo embraces through his daughters. Tune in for an inspiring conversation that explores career transitions, personal growth, and what it takes to thrive in the ever-evolving landscape of modern business. Episode Highlights 0:00 Intro 1:13 College decision and journey 4:50 Internship out of college 7:48 Discovering PR 9:00 What was a moment you realized you liked PR and were good at it 11:40 Most gritty or unglamorous thing you did 13:22 Ad agency background 19:50 How did you get into working on brand side / Job at Facebook 25:22 What did the transition from Facebook to Instagram look like 29:18 What are you most proud of at Instagram that you made happen 31:34 What made you want to work at Reddit 35:58 How has your leadership style evolved 37:32 What's something you're proud of in your personal life 38:28 OpenFortune sponsorship 39:12 Quick question round 40:11 Outro
Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Tim O'Hearn, Story, Actor, Producer & Jeff Grennell, Actor (Showdown in Yesteryear; Movie | Fantasy, Western) to the Show! (Click to go there) ● WEB: www.assbackwardsfilms.com ● FB: www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063671107153 ● IG: @showdownyesteryear ● IMDB: www.imdb.com/title/tt12580538 Time Travel Western Adventure "SHOWDOWN IN YESTERYEAR" is now available. "Showdown In Yesteryear" recently acquired distribution and released Sept 1 on streaming services. Amazon, VUDU, Redbox and Spectrum VOD. "Showdown In Yesteryear" has been screening all over the country for the last year on the film festival circuit collecting over 17 awards, including Best Feature, Best Actor Best Actress, Best Score and more. The film is directed by Aaron Bratcher, written by Greg Lamberson with a story by Tim O'Hearn. The film stars veteran actor Vernon Wells (Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, Commando) with Jeff Grennell (Collision) and Debra Lamb (Blood Craft). Dary Dumwoody is a down on his luck cowboy. He stumbles upon a mysterious old door on the ranch, upon entering, he's suddenly thrust back in time 160 years to the old west where outlaws rule and life is extremely dangerous. ● Media Inquiries: www.assbackwardsfilms.com
Numerosos padres y madres de alumnos de colegios de la Comunidad de Madrid han sido estafados con códigos QR escaneados a las puertas de los centros escolares cuando creían que estaban inscribiendo a sus hijos en extraescolares.
O Corinthians recebeu o Botafogo na Neo Química Arena e conquistou uma importante vitória por 1 a 0, que lhe dá mais fôlego na tabela do Campeonato Brasileiro às vésperas do confronto contra o Fortaleza, válido pela semifinal da Copa Sul-Americana. Neste Episódio, João Pedro Brandão, Bruno Cassucci, Marcelo Braga e Careca Bertaglia repercutem o triunfo no Brasileirão, falam sobre a necessidade de uma melhor organização dentro e fora de campo no Corinthians e ainda trazem as prévias da partida contra o Leão do Pici.
La sesión de investidura del candidato Popular Alberto Núñez Feijóo tendrá lugar los días 26, 27 y, previsiblemente, 29 de septiembre. Sobre este acontecimiento se ha pronunciado el portavoz adjunto del PP en el Congreso, José Antonio Bermúdez de Castro, en 24 horas de RNE: "Cuando Feijóo aceptó el encargo de la investidura lo hizo porque ganó las elecciones", ha explicado y ha considerado que se ha intentado trasladar la idea de que "el PP no había ganado las elecciones". Sobre Pedro Sánchez ha dicho que "se está hablando de una amnistía que no cabe en la Constitución" y en relación a las acusaciones de buscar el "transfuguismo" en el PSOE para la investidura de Feijóo, el portavoz adjunto de los populares lo considera "absurdo", aunque añade que "es legítimo que haya diputados socialistas que se planten", en relación a la supuesta o presunta ley de amnistía y, a la vez, explica que el PP "nunca estará dispuesto a gobernar a cualquier precio" porque "es coherencia política", ha sentenciado. Escuchar audio
Host Dr. Jay Anders interviews Tim O'Connell, MD and CEO and founder of Emtelligent, a deep-learning-based medical natural language processing (NLP) company. Together they discuss the much-hyped new era of large language model (LLM) AI tools like ChatGPT and the implications for healthcare, as well as what's needed to make these types of tools and technologies valuable, applicable and usable in healthcare. Glimpse into the future of healthcare as these docs peel away the AI onion to see how potential value, and clinical data will be unlocked in healthcare systems soon. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
Ann and EJ are back in the studio, going through an array of topics. Enjoy!Short Story #1: Ken Paxton Acquitted (Star-Telegram) https://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article279366129.html- Tim O'Hare blames the media for the Paxton trial (Star-Telegram) https://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article279418829.htmlShort Story #2: CCPD's budget proposal for safer streets and stronger communities (City of Fort Worth) https://www.fortworthtexas.gov/news/2023/9/ccpd-fundsShort Story #3: Fort Worth tackles housing crisis with a new plan proposal (City of Fort Worth) https://www.fortworthtexas.gov/news/2023/9/neighborhood-conservation- FW pauses approval of affordable housing strategy (Fort Worth Report) https://fortworthreport.org/2023/09/13/fort-worth-pauses-approval-of-affordable-housing-strategy-amid-resident-pushback/BIG STORY: Economic Development in Fort Worth's Sprawl: How should we invest?- Part One: Industrial Growth in Alliance (Fort Worth Report) https://fortworthreport.org/2023/09/09/industrial-growth-filling-warehouses-in-fort-worth/Part Two: Veale Ranch Investment (Fort Worth Report) https://fortworthreport.org/2023/09/13/west-fort-worth-ranch-could-become-center-for-economic-development/Part Three: US 81/ 287 Interstate Tackle Northwest Population Boom (Fort Worth Report)https://fortworthreport.org/2023/09/11/u-s-81-287-reconstruction-to-tackle-northwest-tarrant-county-population-boom/Wins and Losses:Ann's Loss: Texas' political environment driving faculty to leave (Texas Tribune) https://www.texastribune.org/2023/09/07/texas-higher-education-faculty-dei-tenure/EJ's Loss: Texas paid 31.7 million dollars to bitcoin mining company (CNBC) https://www.cnbc.com/2023/09/06/texas-paid-bitcoin-miner-riot-31point7-million-to-shut-down-in-august.htmlAnn's Win: Here's how the city could recover its pools (Fort Worth Report)https://fortworthreport.org/2023/09/14/deep-dive-segregation-crippled-fort-worths-aquatics-heres-how-the-city-could-recover-its-pools/ EJ's Win: North America Block Chain Summit in Fort Worthhttps://www.tixr.com/groups/texasblockchainsummit/events/2023-texas-blockchain-summit-61217
Aloha und willkommen zum Rennbericht von Timo Hildebrand, aufgenommen ein paar Tage nach seinem Rennen beim Ironman 70.3 Erkner im Rahmen der Rookie Serie von Triathlon Podcast! Das heißt in dieser Folge erfährst Du u.a. wie es Timo vor, während und nach dem ersten Mitteldistanz Rennen ging, was er so auf der Strecke erlebt hat, ob er sich einen Start bei einem weiteren Triathlon vorstellen kann, und eine Menge mehr. Viel Spaß beim Anhören der Podcastfolge mit dem ehemaligen Fußballprofi und Triathlon Rookie Timo Hildebrand! Wie immer, überall wo es gute Podcasts gibt! Shownotes: Website von Timo Hildebrand => http://www.timo-hildebrand.de/ Timo Hildebrand in LinkedIn => https://de.linkedin.com/in/timo-hildebrand-595704180 Website von STELP e.V. => https://stelp.eu/ Website von vhy! => https://vhydowe.care/ Renn Tipp: Albtal Triathlon in Ettlingen => https://www.swe-albtal-triathlon.de/triathlon/ Du hast die ersten beiden Teile der Rookie Serie mit Timo verpasst? => Hier geht's zu Teil 1 der Podcastserie mit Timo Hildebrand ! => Hier klicken und du kommst zum 2. Teil der Serie mit Timo Hildebrand! In eigener Sache: Wenn Dir die Rookie Folge mit Triathlon Rookie Timo Hildebrand gefallen hat, dann teile die Folge mit deinen Freunden, oder bewerte, bzw. folge Triathlon Podcast überall wo es Podcasts gibt (zum Beispiel bei Apple Podcast). Selbstverständlich freue ich mich auch, wenn Du bei der Podcastfolge von Triathlon Podcast wieder mit dabei bist Bis dahin, bleib sportlich und noch viel wichtiger, bleib gesund! Dein Marco Folge direkt herunterladen
La existencia humana es la mayor estafa de la humanidad. Una estafa que se ha prolongado durante millones de años sin que nadie le ponga fin. Afortunadamente, contamos con los directores de El Mundo Today, Xavi Puig y Kike García, para destapar toda la verdad que los medios de comunicación no quieren que sepas: tener hijos es un timo.
Numa era marcada por avanços tecnológicos sem precedentes, o setor de biotecnologias surge como um farol de inovação e promessa para o futuro. O investimento nas biotechs não apenas impulsiona a economia, mas também pavimenta o caminho para descobertas que podem redefinir os paradigmas da saúde e medicina como conhecemos.Mas será que o setor recebe todos os investimentos que merece aqui no Brasil? Para falar sobre isso, eu recebo hoje aqui no Podcast Canaltech o Gabriel Bottos, CEO da Vesper Ventures. Este é o Podcast Canaltech, publicado de terça a sábado, às 7h da manhã no nosso site e nos agregadores de podcast. Conheça o Porta 101. Entre nas redes sociais do Canaltech buscando por @Canaltech nelas todas. Entre em contato pelo nosso e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Entre no Canaltech Ofertas. Este episódio foi roteirizado e apresentado por Gustavo Minari. O programa também contou com reportagens de Fidel Forato, Guilherme Haas, Felipe Vidal e André Lourenti Magalhães. Edição por Jully Cruz A revisão de áudio é da dupla Gabriel Rimi e Samuel Oliveira. A trilha sonora é uma criação de Guilherme Zomer e a capa deste programa é feita por Erick Teixeira.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode of The Refrigeration Mentor Podcast, we take a deep dive into the world of refrigeration troubleshooting, focusing on the critical topic of CO2 high-pressure valves. Our expert guest, Timo Kaufhold from CAREL, guides us through the intricate process of diagnosing and rectifying issues with CO2 high-pressure valves using trend graphs and monitoring. As CO2 refrigeration systems become increasingly popular for their environmental benefits, ensuring the proper functioning of high-pressure valves is paramount. Timo shares his wealth of knowledge and experience, offering invaluable insights into the best practices for maintaining system efficiency and preventing costly failures. Throughout the episode, we explore: The significance of monitoring and trend graph analysis in refrigeration systems, especially those utilizing CO2 as a refrigerant. A step-by-step breakdown of how to troubleshoot a failed CO2 high-pressure valve, from data collection to root cause analysis. Real-world examples showcasing how trend graph analysis has saved the day by detecting issues early and minimizing downtime. Practical tips for maintenance, repair, and continuous monitoring to ensure long-term system reliability. Whether you're a seasoned refrigeration professional or just starting in the industry, this episode provides essential knowledge for anyone working with CO2 refrigeration systems. Tune in to learn from the best and take your refrigeration troubleshooting skills to the next level. Don't miss this informative and engaging discussion with Timo Kaufhold from CAREL, a leading authority in refrigeration technology. Subscribe to The Refrigeration Mentor Podcast now and stay up-to-date with the latest insights and expertise to excel in the world of refrigeration. Connect with Timo Kaufhold LinkedIn - Connect Check out natref.carel.com ================================== Let's Connect on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/refrigerationmentor/ Upcoming Servicing Compressors, Supermarket and CO2 Trainings - Learn More Here Learn More About Refrigeration Mentor - https://refrigerationmentor.com/ Get A Free Service & Compressor Troubleshooting Guide - Access Here
Tim and AJ return once again to the Disney Kingdoms comics to take a look at their take on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad! And their packed fall schedule!Hosted by Tim O'Connor and AJ SalisburyCover art by @roboptera on TwitterFacebook: facebook.com/Standby-LineTwitter: twitter.com/StandbyLinePodInstagram: instagram.com/standbylinepodcastPatreon: patreon.com/standbylinepodcastEmail: email@example.com
Aloha ! Triathlon Podcast ist zurück aus einer kurzen Sommerpause und da habe ich mich natürlich gefragt, wie es dem ehemaligen Fußballprofi und Triathlon Rookie Timo Hildebrand so kurz vor seinem allerersten Triathlonstart über die Mitteldistanz beim Ironman 70.3 Erkner geht. Wir sprechen u.a. darüber was aus seiner Sicht härter ist - Fußball oder Triathlontraining, ob Timo mittlerweile einen Neoprenanzug am Start hat, wie das Rad und Lauftraining bisher verlaufen sind, ob Timo ein paar Tage vor seinem Start noch Fragen hat und ich ihm ggf. weiterhelfen kann, aber auch über aktuelle News von STELP e.V. und jede Menge mehr! Viel Spaß beim Anhören der heutigen Podcastfolge mit Timo Hildebrand im Rahmen der Rookie Serie von Triathlon Podcast! Wie immer, überall wo es Podcasts gibt! Shownotes: Website von Timo Hildebrand => http://www.timo-hildebrand.de/ Timo Hildebrand in LinkedIn => https://de.linkedin.com/in/timo-hildebrand-595704180 Website von STELP e.V. => https://stelp.eu/ Website von vhy! => https://vhydowe.care/ Du hast den ersten Teil der Rookie Serie mit Timo verpasst? => Hier geht's zur Podcastfolge ! In eigener Sache: Wenn Dir die heutige Rookie Folge mit Triathlon Rookie Timo Hildebrand gefallen hat, dann teile die Folge mit deinen Freunden, oder bewerte, bzw. folge Triathlon Podcast überall wo es Podcasts gibt (zum Beispiel bei Apple Podcast). Selbstverständlich freue ich mich auch, wenn Du bei der Podcastfolge von Triathlon Podcast wieder mit dabei bist. Bis dahin, bleib sportlich und noch viel wichtiger, bleib gesund! Dein Marco Folge direkt herunterladen
Digital interfaces, displays, signage, and more are a fixture of our lives, and they aren't going anywhere. In fact, as digital displays get more flexible and sustainable, they will continue to grow in usage, but at what impact to our health, energy usage, and overall sustainability? Today we're going to talk about creating sustainable, long-term digital displays that improve the lives of consumers and businesses. To help me discuss this topic, I'd like to welcome Timothy O'Malley, AVP US RBU at E Ink Corporation, which you might not have heard of before, but if you've ever used an Amazon Kindle, seen digital retail display signage, healthcare signage, or even the recent color-changing BMW at CES earlier this year, you've probably seen their work. RESOURCES Full details of the study can be found at the Journal for the Society of Information Display: http://doi.org/10.1002/jsid.1191 Link to the collaboration between Kohler and E Ink: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7072135602229399552/ The Agile Brand podcast website: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com/theagilebrandpodcast Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-agile-brand/ For consulting on marketing technology, customer experience, and more visit GK5A: https://www.gk5a.com The Agile Brand podcast is brought to you by TEKsystems.Learn more here: https://www.teksystems.com/versionnextnow The Agile Brand is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. From ideation to creation, they craft human connections through intelligent, engaging and informative content. https://www.missinglink.company SYNOPSIS In this episode, the host and guest delve into the topic of sustainable long-term digital displays. They acknowledge that digital displays, such as phones, tablets, televisions, laptops, and watches, have become an integral part of our lives and are continuously growing in popularity. However, there are concerns regarding their impact on health, energy consumption, and overall sustainability. One of the challenges discussed is the power usage of digital displays. The guest highlights that Germany recently implemented restrictions on the operation of digital out of home and digital signage screens between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m., limiting their usage to only six hours a day. This serves as a clear example of the environmental and sustainability issues associated with digital signage. The guest also introduces the concept of e-paper displays as a more sustainable alternative to traditional digital displays. They explain that e-paper displays can effectively replace paper displays, such as shelf tags in retail or small advertisement signs. By adopting e-paper displays, energy consumption can be significantly reduced. Overall, the episode suggests that there are numerous possibilities for creating sustainable long-term digital displays. The guest emphasizes the importance of considering both the paper side (replacing paper displays with e-paper) and the digital side (utilizing energy-efficient digital displays). This indicates that a combination of standardization and personalization approaches can be employed to achieve sustainability in digital signage. According to the episode, organizations can experience significant cost savings by utilizing digital displays. One example is dynamic pricing, where prices can be easily adjusted without the need for manual labor. This allows organizations to swiftly update displays and manage inventory, resulting in cost savings and increased revenue. Additionally, digital displays can also lead to labor savings, particularly in regions with different labor dynamics, such as Europe. As the technology has advanced, it has become more cost-effective, offering improved features and lower power consumption. This enables organizations to compete more effectively with online platforms that frequently change prices. Overall, the cost savings associated with digital displays, including dynamic pricing and labor savings, have contributed to their widespread adoption not only in Europe but worldwide. It is worth noting that the episode does not touch upon the aspect of creating an emotional connection through personalization and brand communication in relation to sustainable digital displays.
Larger Ladies Posteriors! We finally take a stand this week and to help this rocking world go round, how about nine shapely songs from Spunk, The Owen Guns, Dirty Ass, Problem Patterns, The Brodys, Satsuriku Robot, Ravagers, Brad Marino and The Voodoo Love Gods.Comedy Suburbs, Voice of Jeff, an awesome press release, Tony has your Facebook comments, Timo, last week, Funeral, Snow Play, Who is Erin Carter?, One Piece, Nutty Nottingham, Forest v Chelsea, Queen, From the Vaults, Tony's International Gig Guide, this week, The Babies?, Malta, International Break, Book, no Izzatwat this week, Tina (and Timo) have jokes for us and a reminder of the ways you can listen.Song 1: Spunk – Bomb CitySong 2: The Owen Guns – Trans Rights Are Human RightsSong 3: Dirty Ass – Chaos TownSong 4: Problem Patterns – Poverty TouristSong 5: The Brodys – Fat Bottomed GirlsSong 6: Satsuriku Robot – Mad ThrasherSong 7: Ravagers – She's A SpySong 8: Brad Marino - LucySong 9: The Voodoo Love Gods – Red, White And Blue
Numa edição pra lá de frutífera, os pacientes do SAD rememoram os tempos de MSN, lamentam os héteros apaixonados e fazem catfish com a própria irmã. E numa reviravolta inesperada envolvendo um saco de Doritos e uma camisa do Flamengo, a saga de Marlon e Bebê ganha novos contornos dramáticos com desejos de sacrifício. Siga … Continue lendo "180 | Cosplay de Pai Morto, Ótimo Custo Benefício"
Mark Timo trapt seizoen 3 af van De Interieur Club Podcast. In deze eerste aflevering is Mark Timo zelf te gast. Hij gaat in gesprek met Gertrude van den Brink over het derde seizoen van de Podcast, je leert Mark Timo beter kennen en natuurlijk gaan wij het hebben over zijn vloerkledencollectie die in oktober gelanceerd gaat worden. Mark Timo is De Interieur Club gestart uit een eigen behoefte voor meer verdieping. Waarom is ondernemen in de interieurbranche zo'n zoektocht? Waar zijn de succesvolle rolmodellen die je kunnen helpen en inspireren? Daarom gaan wij iets nieuws doen bij De Interieur Club voor interieurprofessionals die meer verdieping zoeken! Wil je weten wat? Dat hoor je in deze podcast. En natuurlijk alles wat er aan zit te komen. Bijvoorbeeld Business Tuesday in oktober met De Interieur Club Live Talk met Marcel Wanders en ook komen De Interieur Club Awards 2023 er aan. Wie zitten er in de vakjury en wanneer begint de kaartverkoop? Genoeg om over te hebben!
MausMix - Deine Musikwünsche. Heute: mit vielen Musikwünschen, mit Nina und natürlich mit der Maus und dem Elefanten. Moritz möchte auf die Dschungelparty (00:00) Henriette hat sich Let it go gewünscht (04:47) Judo und Karate möchte Timo machen (09:26) Mavla ist Just like fire (12:25) Arend möchte nach Westerland (16:57 ) Jonathan mag Roboter (21:32) und Oskar sagt: Ich tanz überall (25:55) Von Nina Heuser.
Today researcher and writer Timo Koch joins the show to discuss National Conservatism, a far right populist ideology focussed on influencing high level policy. We cover Natcon's history, the influence of Orban, its reactionary idea of the family and much more. Support the show on patreon: patreon.com/12rulesforwhat
Author, professor and crisis communicator Helio Fred Garcia joins Tim to talk about ethics and crisis communications. Fred has had a long career at the highest levels advising organizations of all sizes on crisis communications and crisis management matters. In this conversation, we Fred tells his story, and he talks candidly about the kinds of ethical issues and dilemmas those of us in the crisis communications field face every day. https://traffic.libsyn.com/forcedn/shapingopinion/Helio_Fred_Garcia_Ethics_auphonic.mp3 Before we meet our guest today, it may be worth setting the stage by giving you a little background on what exactly we mean when we talk about crisis communications or crisis management. Sometimes, people think a crisis is when something goes wrong at work, or when an organization's social media page gets bombarded with negative feedback. To be sure, these can certainly be indicators of a crisis, but they are not crises in themselves. In other words, a bad day for a company or an organization does not a crisis make. At the same time, no company or organization is immune from crises. A crisis is when something happens, could happen or may happen where the very operations of the organization are threatened. Here are some examples: A bankruptcy filing; A labor strike; A train derailment; A chemical spill; A boycott of a famous brand; Sexual harassment allegations; Major litigation – you get sued; Or, a viral social media post that totally disrupts the organization. These are just some examples. For the past 35 years, I've been one of those in the public relations fields who handles such crises. In that time, I've handled hundreds of crises for clients. I've seen it done right, and I've seen crises handled horribly. Over the years, I've become aware of others in the crisis communications field who've built strong reputations for themselves in the process. Helio Fred Garcia is one of those people. When we sat down for this interview, I wanted to know his whole story, and he told me. But my first question could best be described as “inside baseball” from one crisis communicator to another. I wanted to know what Fred saw as the more common myths surrounding crisis communications and crisis management. Links Logos Consulting (Website) The Essential Crisis Communications Plan: A Crisis Management Process that Fits Your Culture, by Tim O'Brien (Amazon) About this Episode's Guest Helio Fred Garcia For more than 40 years Helio Fred Garcia has helped leaders build trust, inspire loyalty, and lead effectively. He is a coach, counselor, teacher, writer, and speaker whose clients include some of the largest and best-known companies and organizations in the world. He is the author, most recently, of Words on Fire: The Power of Incendiary Language and How to Confront It, published by Radius Book Group in 2020. He is also the author The Agony of Decision: Mental Readiness and Leadership in a Crisis, Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership Press, 2017. Prior to this, Fred wrote The Power of Communication: Skills to Build Trust, Inspire Loyalty, and Lead Effectively, FT Press, 2012. Fred is president of the crisis management firm Logos Consulting Group and executive director of the Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership. He is based in New York and has worked with clients in dozens of countries on six continents. Fred has coached more than 400 CEOs of major corporations, plus thousands of other high-profile people in other complex fields, including doctors, scientists, lawyers, financial executives, military officers, and government officials. In the 1980s he worked at leading public relations firms and served as head of public relations for a global investment bank and for a large public accounting firm. Through the 1990s Fred headed the crisis practice of a leading strategic communication consulting firm.
Standby Line has returned for season 3! To kick things off, we talk about how Toy Story Land is a microcosm of many issues facing the parks over the last decade.Hosted by Tim O'Connor and AJ SalisburyCover art by @roboptera on TwitterFacebook: facebook.com/Standby-LineTwitter: twitter.com/StandbyLinePodInstagram: instagram.com/standbylinepodcastPatreon: patreon.com/standbylinepodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Tim O'Shea is a Doctor of Chiropractic, the founder of The Doctor Within, and author of the book Vaccination is not Immunization. In this conversation with Dr. Tim we discuss:The history of the BioTerrain ModelKey figures and findings supporting the BioTerrain ModelWhy impurities and imbalances within the blood are responsible for illnessThe cancer industry's dirty little secret(s)How to clear the blood and clear the tract...and more!You can learn more about Dr. Tim at www.thedoctorwithin.com.Terrain Theory episodes are not to be taken as medical advice. You are your own primary healthcare provider.If you have a Terrain Transformation story you would like to share, email us at email@example.com.Learn more at www.terraintheory.netMusic by Chris Merenda
On today's episode, we're joined by Cindy House, the author of 'Mother Noise,' whose real-life story reads like a riveting novel. Cindy shares how her journey through the shadows led her to write her inspiring memoir. She survived a harrowing heroin addiction, overcame personal storms such as a difficult divorce, and weathered times of despair. But most importantly, she navigated the complexities of sharing her troubled past with her son. She's a testament to the power of recovery, second chances, and sheer determination. Cindy transformed her experiences into artistry and literary success, and she'll share why we should make art out of the worst things that happen to us. And she'll encourage us to turn our life's challenges into creativity because we can all craft a new ending and create a life filled with love. Cindy House is an essayist, short story writer, artist, and regular opener for David Sedaris on his tours across the country. She studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and 2017, earned an MFA from Lesley University. She lives in New Haven, Connecticut, with her son.Cindy House shares her inspiring journey through addiction, personal challenges, and recovery, highlighting her transformation into an accomplished writer and artist. She brings a wealth of wisdom and experiences to the conversation. Topics include;· Cindy shares her harrowing experiences, from battling heroin addiction to overcoming personal storms like a difficult divorce. She emphasizes the importance of not hiding or denying one's past, as facing discomfort leads to personal growth.· Understanding Addiction: Cindy dives into the challenges of her 20s, lost to addiction. She sheds light on the complexities of addiction that others might not understand.· The Importance of Mentorship: Cindy speaks about the impact of mentors, especially David Sedaris, in her life. She highlights how having even one person believe in you can transform one's life.· Finding Meaning Beyond Suffering: Inspired by Tim O'Brien's book The Things They Carried, Cindy emphasizes believing in something beyond suffering. This belief can be a guiding light through difficult times.· Embracing Change: Cindy's story exemplifies that it's never too late for change, personal growth, or pursuing dreams. Her experiences show that transformation is always possible.· Cindy opens up about her divorce when her son was young, explaining that it was as challenging as overcoming her addiction. She offers advice for those facing similar struggles.· Turning Challenges into Creativity: Cindy advocates making art from life's challenges. She discusses the healing power of expressing oneself through creative outlets and writing about difficult experiences.· Cindy explains how sharing her story has been a healing process for her. Vulnerability can foster connection and provide a sense of closure.· How love and fulfillment can be found in various aspects of life, not solely through romantic relationships. Teaching, performing, and spending time with loved ones make life meaningful.· Strength in Connection: Finding strength often involves leaning on mentors friends, or connecting with something that inspires you, such as a book or a song.The episode ends with these takeaways: embracing new stories, letting go of self-imposed limitations, and finding inspiration and hope in various forms to navigate life's challenges. You can purchase Mother Noise in bookstores and on Amazon. To learn more about Cindy, go to https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Cindy-House/177732249 and follow her on Twitter or Instagram @cndy_housea.
O Corinthians recebeu o Estudiantes, da Argentina, e venceu por 1 a 0, com gol de Gil no primeiro confronto válido pelas quartas de final da Copa Sul-Amerciana. Neste episódio, João Pedro Brandão, Marcelo Braga, Arthur Sandes e Careca Bertaglia analisam a partida, os destaques individuais do Timão e quais erros cometidos na Copa do Brasil não podem se repetir no torneio continental.
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network/Michigan Golf Live Podcast Ep 395 - Justin Leonard, Boo Weekley, Tim O'Neal at the Ally Challenge. We're bringing you 3 interviews for the price of none from a rainy Wednesday at the Ally Challenge, the PGA Tour Champions event at Warwick Hills in Grand Blanc, MI. You'll hear from 1996 Buick Open (also at Warwick Hills) Champion Justin Leonard, fan favorite and Champions Tour Rookie Boo Weekley, and Tim O'Neal - a Rookie with quite a story about the journey he's been on to make it to the PGAT Champions. We also share an answer to a commonly asked question about our involvement with the tournament and sing the praises of the hard-working team at Warwick Hills. ---------------- Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Watch FGN videos on YouTube Check out our other sports pod: Church Pew Sports TEXT or CALL (989) 272-2383 to share your thoughts, comments, suggestions, and questions
Germ Theory vs. Bioterrain Theory. From Antoine Bechamp down to the present. Learn which theory is based on best science and which one is driven by market demands and politics. JD Rockefeller sends Abraham Flexner to all US med schools. Censorship of pure scientists: Enderlein, Naessens, Carrel, Rife, Selye, etc. Which theory enhances the immune system and which one suppresses it? Define the immune system. Ask your doctor to. Why has Bioterrain Theory never been disproven? Why has Germ Theory never been proven ? Why does the US have 4% of the world's population and consume 40% of the world's meds? And still has the worst health of any industrialized nation?Please share and subscribe.Other videos at www.thedoctorwithin.comFor more references on this topic, please visit: www.thedoctorwithin.comNewsletter ArchiveVideos
In this episode, Brian Barnett, Will Borger, Lucas White, and Timo Reinecke engage in a beat-by-beat deep dive and spoilercast of Final Fantasy XVI. Enjoy! TOPICS & TIMESTAMPS: Final Fantasy XVI Spoiler Free Discussion - 0:00 | Spoilers Begin - 38:20 | Marketing Materials & Ifrit VS Phoenix - 38:20 | Beginning as Wyvern - 50:00 | The Flashback to Shield Training - 53:20 | Clive & Joshua | Enslavement & Climate Change Elements - 59:00 | Overarching Themes - 1:01:00 | Introducing Clive's Family - 1:04:30 | Clive's First Mission & Quick Time Events - 1:10:15 | Phoenix Gate - 1:15:00 | Wyvern, Shiva's Dominant, & Cid - 1:37:00 | Rosalia, Bearers, & The Hideaway - 1:53:00 | Cid, The Second Eikon Of Fire, & Benedikta - 2:07:30 | Return To Phoenix Gate - 2:33:38 | Crafting & Game Economy Discussion - 2:37:57 | The Fallen Ruins & Ifrit Realized - 2:56:35 | The Plan & Journey To The First Mother Crystal - 3:09:31 | Jill's Characterization & Brian's Frozen Lake Survival Guide - 3:16:00 | Typhon & Ultima - 3:22:00 | Hugo's Present & Time Skip - 3:36:24 | The Empire & The Black Shields - 3:42:30 | Voice Acting & Character Writing Consistency - 3:43:00 | The Iron Kingdom, Jill's Revenge, & Women In FF16 - 3:46:45 | Brian's Hostage Negotiation Skills & Hunting Kupka - 4:01:45 | Ifrit VS Titan Lost - 4:10:30 | Harbard, Barnabas, & Mythos - 4:19:00 | Twinside, Dion, & Bahamut - 4:21:30 | Barnabas & Ultima - 4:42:00 | Kanver, Sleipnir, Barnabas - 4:43:20 | The Ship Chase & Barnabas Fight - 4:52:38 | The Beach, Jill, & Shiva - 4:58:08 | The Eastern Continent, Odin, & Ultima's Secret - 5:01:10 | Ash's Mother Crystal & Ultima's Dark World - 5:10:30 | Saying Goodbyes, Origin, & Ultima Prime - 5:16:48 | The Mother Crystal's Secret & Ultima Risen - 5:20:40 | Ultimalius & Punching God In The Face - 5:22:40 | WILL PROPHESIZES THE END - 5:27:00 | Joshua, Destroying Origin, & The Beach - 5:27:50 | Summary Thoughts - 5:32:50 | POTENTIAL EPISODE TITLES (EACH "+" IS A HOST VOTE): What It Is, What It Do, Wazzup | Mixed By Glasses | I Just Thought I Was Having A Stroke Or Drank Too Much | Going Fools Gold | Gold Amidst The Trash | Slobberknocker | Are You A Furry Who Wants To Roleplay As Brad Pitt From Snatch? | I'm Literally The Most Special, Mom | Phoenix, Ifrit, & Sol Badguy: The Three Gods Of Fire | Ralph Ineson Deep Dive | Get In The Big Monster, Clive | Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Film | Leather, Squeaking & Squirming, Between Clive's Thighs | Revenge Is A Dish Best Served By Hot, Well-Dressed Men | Your Boy, Skinny Lightning | Press The Jill Button | Sonic The Hedgehog Degeneracy | Goblin Mode | Thunderbolts & Lightning | Rape In Dark Fantasy? We Learned From Watching You, George | I Walked, I Should Try It | Press ‘F' To Accept The Truth | Joshua, How Many Mythical Beings Have You Put In Your Chest, Bro? | That Sweet, Sweet Damage Will Is Horny For | Dummy Strong | Mid Is Top Tier | Barnabas & His Weird Fetishes | [The Platformers Video Game Podcast is created, hosted, edited, written, & streamed by Brian Barnett on Twitch.tv/Ribnax]
Are we in for an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) takeover? Not exactly. But we can expect to see more AMRs implemented across industries to streamline production, improve operations, enhance work safety, and increase productivity. That's because recent technology advancements have made the hardware and software components necessary to building these systems more cost-effective and accessible. And with artificial intelligence becoming more mainstream, it's now possible not only to create AMRs capable of doing human tasks but integrate them into human worker environments. In this episode, we talk about how all this is possible today, what we can expect in the future, top applications and opportunities for industries, and all the ins and outs of developing, deploying, and implementing AMRs safely and securely. Join us as we explore these ideas with: Claire Liu, Senior Product Marketing Manager, congatec Timo Kuehn, Systems Architect and Product Manager, Real-Time Systems Christina Cardoza, Editorial Director, insight.tech Claire and Timo answer our questions about: The meaning of autonomous mobile robots Implementing AMRs safely on the factory floor Developing AMRs to meet real-time demand Taking a modular approach when designing AMRs Tools and technologies necessary for AMR development Biggest use cases and opportunities for AMRs today AMR advancements we can expect Related Content To learn more about autonomous mobile robots, read IoT Virtualization Jump-Starts Collaborative Robots. For the latest innovations from congatec and Real-Time Systems, follow them on Twitter at @congatecAG and LinkedIn at congatec and Real-Time Systems GmbH.
Tim O'Connor, owner of 10 Thousand Foxes Tattoo and an artist of 20+ years, joins us this week to talk about his start in tattooing, how to improve as an artist and leads an exercise focusing on building fundamental movements.
For their second anniversary, Tim and AJ continue their proud tradition of knocking off early and rehashing an episode on Spider-Man they made for Patreon.Spoilers for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-VerseEditor's Note: The bulk of this episode was originally published as "Ticket Booth Episode 18: Selecting A Bagel...". However, because Tim and AJ are deathly afraid of getting a potential copyright strike, the musical opening of this episode has been cut from this release.Hosted by Tim O'Connor and AJ SalisburyCover art by @roboptera on TwitterFacebook: facebook.com/Standby-LineTwitter: twitter.com/StandbyLinePodInstagram: instagram.com/standbylinepodcastPatreon: patreon.com/standbylinepodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Lifers in this industry have been watching the slow but steady evolution and maturity of electronic paper products. and are now seeing them get to a state that they start to make sense for certain display applications, while also looking good enough to satisfy marketers. Taiwan-based E Ink is by a large margin the best known company developing and marketing this technology. While the big volume is in simple black and white displays for e-readers and electronic shelf labels, E Ink has been steadily improving its capabilities with color. There are now premium e-paper displays that arguably look as good as what comes off a conventional four-color printing press. And there are also now larger format single and multi-color displays that won't get anywhere near matching a specific Pantone color, but can do the job of adding green to a parking sign, to better indicate availability of spaces. E-paper products are particularly attractive for some applications these days because they nicely address concerns about sustainability and energy usage. A lot of information signs that get printed and shipped to site can get replaced by e-paper versions that are updated over networks, and use a fraction of the power of more conventional public information displays. In this episode, I have a great update chat with Tim O'Malley, or Tim O as he says he's most known. He leads commercial activities for E Ink in the US market. Subscribe from wherever you pick up new podcasts. TRANSCRIPT Tim, thanks for joining me. In the context of digital signage, what would you see as the main applications for e-paper displays, E Ink displays? Tim O'Malley: Yeah, great question. So, the e-paper display has two main characteristics that we leverage into those applications. The first is that it's paper-like and it's reflective. It's not creating light, it's reflecting the light around it, and it's very low power; it does not use any power when the image is not changing. We really want to look at applications that have been using paper traditionally, and improve that experience, create new functionality, and create more sustainability instead of replacing that paper all the time but enabling it to change. So, a big one for us is in retail applications, whether that's shelf tags on the shelves next to the product or even some of the slightly larger ones that are indicating sales and special promotions about the product. Right, so the ESL market. Tim O'Malley: Yes, the ESL market. In many cases, you'll go into a store, and you'll see they all look like paper. But they're not, they're actually E Ink enabled shelf tags. And in that sense, there are a lot of installed signs, over 900 million tags installed in the world, and most people don't even know they're seeing it. Similarly, most of the out-of-home signs that are installed on street corners and bus stations are actually paper. All of the attention, of course, goes to the digital ones that you can update and show the latest movie posters, but there's still a lot of paper out there and if we can bring more sustainability but also run on renewable power and the ability to update it remotely, that's an improvement. So, those are the types of applications. If you set aside ESLs and digital fact tags, that sort of thing, and then the e-reader market, what would commercial displays represent in the overall business for E Ink. I would imagine it's still pretty small. Tim O'Malley: It's relatively smaller, that's correct. Our two big applications are the ones that you identified. That means to me of course, that's our growth opportunity, that's a big area that we can help the world, but also grow the company. As we introduce our new color platforms, we have a color that has high saturation and looks like a 4 pass printing press color, and we have color that's perhaps more muted, but it's faster and easier to use and has wider temperature. We're coming out with a range of products that can go into those different configurations and be more appropriate for larger installations of digital signage. Yeah, I remember, God! It was probably like 13 years ago, going to Computeex in Taiwan and seeing one of the first E Ink color posters. It was like a 32-inch poster or something like that, and I thought that's pretty cool, but it had a color filter, so the colors were quite muted and over the years, those color filters have gotten a lot better, and as you mentioned, you have E Ink products that look like 4 pass color printing. Tim O'Malley: Right, the color filter approach does have physics limitations, the lights pass through the color filter, and so you do lose some. We still take that approach, and that's still great for some installations like a lower lift in terms of scalability in order to make a display like that… And more cost, I would imagine. Tim O'Malley: There's extra process stuff, so it's the same. The material difference for us was taking those colors, those particles of cyan, magenta, yellow or red, green blue, and moving them into the electronic ink material so that we could move away from adding this filter on top, and that's where if you print on paper, you get the full saturation. If we use the same particles and move them, then we get full saturation. There was a material challenge in 2013, we hadn't solved it yet. But some of the stuff that we've shown in the last couple of years, and certainly this year in the Society of Information Display Conference, people would sit in front of it and just stare at it for 10 minutes, and then they would say, “How do you do that? It's pretty good.” Although I haven't seen it in person, it looks like a very rich, detailed, fully saturated color. Tim O'Malley: It does. We need to get you to see one in person. We can probably send something that you could look at and send back. Oh! Do I have to send it back? Damnit. So, what is the status of that thing? Is it still what you're showing at SIT and things like that, or is it a commercially available product now? Tim O'Malley: So, in April this year, we announced that the product will be commercially available to purchase early next year. So at this point, it's getting partners and downstream ecosystems on board to be able to support that. So that should basically say the technical risk is in a reasonable place, and it's more about scaling and configuration than it is about solving any technical problems. So, we started with black and white, as you noticed, so we added red, so it was black, white, red. We added yellow, so then it was black, white, red, and yellow, and now this gets into full color. So it's been a progression for us over the last decade, and that progression has given us the tools and confidence to say the platform has come together in a very reliable way. Would that be something in fixed sizes, or would it be like custom manufacturing according to whatever the end user needs? Tim O'Malley: Yeah. So that gets into the business model and how we approach it. The right way to think about it is that most of what we make is a meter wide and a kilometer long, so we make it by a role process. Then it gets cut down to the appropriate size. However, we're all familiar with the mother glass and the gen fabs that go through on this TFT. So there are efficiencies by different sizes, and that's where you get this 16:9 cut. So, we are typically selling sheets of this that someone else downstream from us can cut to size. But then they're still limited by efficient cuts of glass, or we're making modules ourselves, buying in TFTs where again we look at the efficiency of the cuts of glass. So technically any size is possible, practically most people coalesce around standard sizes. Okay. So it would be the same kind of sizing range that you might find for a flat-panel LCD display? Tim O'Malley: Yes! I guess what I'm angling towards is trying to get an understanding of this premium full-color e-paper display. If it was a 55-inch e-pap er display reflective display versus a 55-inch QLED or OLED display, what would be the cost difference? Would they be comparable, or would you be paying a lot more because the volumes are smaller? Tim O'Malley: So we try to characterize the cost into total cost of ownership. Yeah, I understand, it's a salesy thing to do, but I get it. Tim O'Malley:. Yeah. So straight up, It's typically more upfront, but the installation costs are typically much less. So a lot of our installations are running off solar panels. So, there is no digging up of the concrete or running a power line in order to supply it. You put a pole on the ground, you put a solar panel on top, and it works. So that's where even on the installation side, just the cost of the display itself isn't the only factor, and then if we're using 1% of the energy over the lifetime of the display, or if it's renewable, practically zero because it's not drawing energy then we want to be able to factor that in as well. That's why I try to characterize it as looking at the total cost of ownership because we do want to factor in installation and renewal. Fair enough. It just becomes a sticker shock issue if you're just selling completely on MSRP or something. Tim O'Malley: And I also said at the outset that we're looking at paper primarily as our way to improve things, and it turns out that paper's kind of cheap. So yeah, the people who are used to paper pricing will get a sticker shock as well, but the value is there. We think it makes a big difference. That's an education project for us. I was thinking more of this premium fully saturated color, E Ink displays being indoor products, but you're saying they could go for digital out-of-home applications. Tim O'Malley: Right now, the highest saturation color is primarily indoor. So again, that's part of our progress to continue adding the capability to do outdoor activities. In the outdoor signs, there are both low and high temperatures and a little bit of the rugged UV side of things. But UV is not that bad, as you can add filters. Low temperature is relatively easy because heating is small and easy to put in. But cooling is a pain and so making sure that we get the high-temperature right, which we're working on and is very close. It will unlock even more locations for us outside. We do have other products, like we've announced Spectra Six, which is the highest saturation and mostly indoor. Kaleido 3 Outdoor, which is the color filter we talked about, is our other product that was announced in April, and that really is giving us the temperature range for the outdoors that does get into match the configuration of the application. What's the refresh rate on that? If it's a transit schedule and it's showing that the next bus is in three minutes when it goes to two minutes, is it pretty snappy, or does the image get a little wobbly for a few milliseconds? Tim O'Malley: A little wobbly, interesting choice of words. To use the kid's term spazzes out for a few milliseconds. I've certainly seen that in demos of e-paper displays. Tim O'Malley: Sure. But I'll take a little wobbly over spazzed out. So the Kaleido 3 Outdoors is built on our black and white platform, which switches very fast. We only have to move white or black particles up or down. So, that's typically a second, let's say. Maybe up to five seconds depending on temperature and other factors. So, it's pretty quick. The higher saturated sets that we talked about, that's more like 15 seconds to update, and obviously, if you're standing in front of it, 15 seconds is longer enough to notice. So again, we still talk about fitting the configuration to the application. It can be faster, or it can be up to 10 or 15 seconds. I'm perhaps weird, but I think it's actually interesting in a way of attracting viewers in certain respects when it's going through this change, because you're looking at it going thinking, what the hell's going on there, and then you see what turns into and it's almost like you want to see that happen again. Tim O'Malley: Yeah. So, you've got a lot of experience in the industry, and you know that motion attracts attention. So there certainly is an element to it, you can use that motion, and in some cases we've tried to add that into the retail application where not just showing that static, say, price of the product, but sparkling a little bit or highlighting a little bit in order to draw somebody's attention as they're walking by in order to attract them to that product. So that is something that can be done, and it's an advantage of moving from paper to a display but still keeping five-year life on the coin cell battery instead of having to connect it to power. How important was going to color filters for your transit or municipal displays? Was that something that the end user said, “We like this, but we need to show a no parking sign or whatever with a red filter on it?” Tim O'Malley: Yeah, it was important feedback from the market and consumers, whether that's a public transportation subway line where you want to be able to show each of the line colors with red, green, blue, et cetera, appropriately, or the bus lines often have colors associated with them as well, or red means no parking, is a common thing. Red is used to indicate something of special importance. That was definitely based on the feedback. That's where we started with the color filter because that was the integration and that was the easier technical challenge and then moved to built-in particles in order to make the color more saturated over time. Is that where you're at now with the, I think you said, Kaleido 3 or something like that? Tim O'Malley: The Kaleido platform is the color filter platform, and then Spectra is our higher saturation, has traditionally mostly been for retail platform, right? And with the reaching of full color, we're looking to expand that into broader markets. Is there still R&D work going on to introduce video? I saw low frame rate E Ink displayed at Touch Taiwan about four or five years ago and thought, that's interesting, but it's got a long way to go before that's commercially viable. Tim O'Malley: Yeah, so there's a couple of things there. Recently we showed, again at that same conference in LA, a display running a video. I think it was around 15 frames per second just to showcase that it was possible to have a display running a video and that was using a color filter on the display to do it. In general, however, the main advantage of replacing paper with an e-paper display is the low power when the image is not changing. So most of the applications that make sense aren't using video because they want low power savings. Like I mentioned, the shelf tags are five to seven years on a pair of coin cells. You could shorten that to three months if you did video on the coin cells. But why would you? So if someone wanted to try and do video, it would lose some of the key benefits of low power. It could technically be done, but that's probably not the best fit for the technology stream that we've been focused on, and the application we are focused on. It turns out there's a really good solution in the world for video. As you mentioned, QLED or OLED. So that's a fine choice for that application and for paper replacement, and for things like that, we're developing a differentiated approach. So you can go down that path with R&D, but it's not a core focus, and you stay in your lane, so to speak? Tim O'Malley: That's a great rephrasing. Little shorter. That was good. You're hired. I was in Europe a couple of weeks ago for a conference, a digital signage conference, and Europe's very different from North America in a whole bunch of ways, but particularly when it comes to the mindset and the requirements around energy conservation and sustainability. When I was asked, while I was over there, “What's the mindset in North America?” And I would say they're starting to talk about it, but it's nothing like it is over here. I know your company talks a lot about energy savings and sustainability. Is it more of a discussion in other parts of the world than perhaps in North America? Tim O'Malley: Yes, absolutely. I agree with your impression of Europe. There was a regulation passed in Germany, and I think one also in France, limiting the amount of time that a digital display for non-public information, so an advertising display can be operated during the day. So I think it's six hours. Primarily that regulation is intended to save energy. My general observation from looking at the retail market where we were working in shelf tags, it started in Europe. They were maybe leading the thoughts on the benefits that you can get with low power displays, particularly on labor savings because the labor situation in Europe is a little bit different than in Asia and North America. But the trend to use e-paper displays in retail migrated from Europe, then to Asia, and from Asia over to North America. You might have seen earlier this year Walmart announced they were adopting it. I expect the same thing to happen with this type of focus on sustainability and energy usage, and signage. We will see that Europe will lead, and then eventually, as the configurations are more mature and the benefits are clearer, it'll start to migrate around the world. So I do expect that the stuff that you saw at that conference will be a trend. Is the mindset around being socially responsible and environmentally responsible, or is it more calculated that this is going to save us money, or is it simply they're doing it because regulations are forcing our hand? Tim O'Malley: I expect that when it turns into a trend, which I think it will be all of the above. I mentioned that the initial push to put shelf tags in retail was primarily for labor savings, and it was primarily in Europe. But now, if you look at the recent interview that the Walmart CFO did, there's a return on investment by making these changes; we can update prices easier, we can compete online, can do supply management, and it helps us with logistics. Also, we still have the labor savings, and it looks better. When the configurations start to mature and come online, it'll still be about sustainability, but there'll be other aspects that are beneficial as well. We can use it for communicating with the public during emergency situations. That will also lend to the trend. Right now, it's a lot about sustainability and energy savings. I think as it gets better, more and more attributes will start to be recognized and feed the trend. I'm curious again about mass transport. I've seen and written about a number of pilots and initial deployments of e-paper displays as real-time transit schedule information signs at bus stops, and so on. I'm curious whether you see those turn into full deployments or, for the most part, they are still early-stage pilots? Tim O'Malley: Most installations we've been working with today are city by city, shall we say? Each city is typically doing a pilot before moving to a larger installation. So we're in the process of that earlier stage. In some cases, there are signs hanging from handles in subway cars in China. That's an installation. Late stage pilot is maybe a reasonable answer, but also it's part of the process of getting it through these stages of government bureaucracy approval, figuring out how they want to make infrastructure investment, and validating that these different applications and new cases make sense. So bus stations, bus signs, and bus shelters are a strong category for us, but it's still early days. Yeah. Is there any mass transport system globally that has fully deployed? Tim O'Malley: There's not a fully deployed global system that I'm aware of, but there's a number of, especially cities, that are interested in what could be done with the right configurations, and this is where we are getting to a full-color product is also helpful to those installations. Instead of talking about it being limited to black, white, and red, it can do everything. Let's figure out how we adapt that in a way that makes sense. So it turns the conversation from talking about potential limitations to talking about potential solutions. Yeah, I think Sydney, Australia, and transport for London and the UK have both done pretty substantial pilots, right? Tim O'Malley: Yes. Very impressive. There you go. I haven't lost all my marbles yet. Tim O'Malley: You have been in the industry for a while. You must follow it. Yeah, that's what I get up in the morning and do. What about the medical market? I think that's an area that's really got a lot of opportunity in big healthcare institutions for information displays, like outside of patient rooms, at the nursing stations, on and on, and I know on your website that's talked about. I'm curious, what stage of adoption is that? I suspect early. Tim O'Malley: It's the earliest stage, a fine description. We identified that opportunity and started working towards it. It's a little bit ahead in Asia. Right at the time when Covid was starting, it turned out not to be a great strategic moment to really be focusing on healthcare. The worldwide healthcare hospital industry started to focus on something else at that time, and it has taken a little bit of a reset for us to engage in those conversations. Nevertheless, whether it's an information board in the patient room where it's displaying key statistics that are relevant to the patient, such as their doctor's name or their schedule for the day. And we've done a pilot with Brigham Women's Hospital in Boston, where there's positive feedback on that type of board in the room. It's nice in the sense that it's not giving off light at night, it's not like keeping you awake as if your TV showing the same information, and it's unobtrusive if you decide you did want to watch TV, it just sits on the side of the room with the information if and when you want it. Yeah, I suspect, though, it's an incredibly long sales cycle. Tim O'Malley: Everyone tells me healthcare is extremely lucrative and extremely hard to break into. We're working on the break into it at the moment. Yeah, I don't think there's any deal that you do in a couple of meetings. Tim O'Malley: But there's real value there. We think it's a potential solution. We are starting to see the conversations change now that the world is getting back to more normalcy. We might be seeing a little bit of adoption on the inventory management front first, where you take the same shelf tags that are being used in retail and bring them into those stock rooms in the hospitals and connect that to the inventory management system. So if something starts to run low, you push a button on the tag, or maybe it's even automated by a scale, you can have a significant savings by managing your inventory better. So we're seeing in the back room, maybe not seen by all the patients, that might be a pretty good application. So, we're still exploring ways to add value there. Yeah, I chatted with a company called Freshwater Digital in Michigan and their digital signage solutions company, but they also do ESLs, and they were describing how they were seeing some activity around things like e-paper fact tags in research labs for the cages for and trying different medications on lab rats or monkeys or whatever, and I thought that's interesting. Tim O'Malley: Exactly. I've also heard and seen some of that. It's leveraging that combination of this cloud communication infrastructure and the fact that you don't need to connect the tag to power. It can sit there, it can be in communication, it can update when it needs to, but it can also go for a year plus on a coin cell. That's enabling us to go into places that might have been more difficult for traditional solutions. There's been a lot of noise the last couple of years coming out of CES with, I think it was a BMW that had E Ink, some sort of an E Ink overlay that would make the car changeable. Is that like trade show bling or something that's real and one day might be out there? Tim O'Malley: Absolutely real, and one day might be out there, but also a little trade show bling. So working with BMW has been awesome. They're great designers, and taking a technical mindset and engineering and matching it up with some design thinking created what was really a wow concept car. And so, the goal was to create a concept car to show what's possible, and what was shown at CES this year was a car covered in E Ink material that could switch between 32 different colors and show different patterns and different segments and create a lot of wow factor. Ideally, over time we'll start to work this into some simpler parts of the car, maybe inside the car. We also have some integration with the front lights and with the headlights and then work towards that full-color car covering; the exciting thing about that is it's moving away from what we think of as digital information into something that's more like personalization. Now, you can change your clothes every day or from one venue to another depending on whether you're at a barbecue or a formal dinner, and you could change your car too in order to reflect either location. Hyper personalization seems to be a trend. That was part of what BMW was leaning into we have a sustainable solution, but also a digital solution for personalization. What about building materials? I think it was near San Diego airport, or at the airport, they had a parking garage that was collided in another E Ink material. Tim O'Malley: Yeah, that was based on an old battleship design from World War II called Dazzle, where it would break up the lines. So you didn't have quite an outline on the horizon, and they wanted to bring that same feeling into the rental car center, because they have the naval base out there. And we did have a whole bunch of signs on the outside of the building that could change and pre-programmed patterns. You said it did that. Is that no longer active? Tim O'Malley: Oh, it's still there. Architecture is not a primary focus, so if we start from that first principle of looking at places where people use paper and then bringing added benefit. Paper isn't widely used on the outside of buildings as a material. You might have some signs or some advertisements, and we did talk about that. Architecture, there's a lot of it. It might be interesting over time, but it wouldn't be my first step from where we're today. That's also a very long sales cycle. Tim O'Malley: It's also a very long sales cycle, yes, and it's not traditionally an easy way to bring a high-tech material in. You really need to make the configuration simple to bring onto the site for people to install and use. This flew by. Just one last question. What can we expect to see what kind of announcements can you hint out over the next six to twelve months for E Ink? Tim O'Malley: We're heavily leaning into applications that are color, and we want to bring full color into all of our product lines. So the thing that I would be looking for is more announcements by customers and partners that have E Ink displays that are upgrading them to those full color solutions and in many cases I think that will help us unlock another round of excitement as consumers become aware of what can be possible, and hopefully, smart cities start to look at that and adopt it as well. So full color in more places is those type of announcements that I'm looking for. Alright. Thank you very much for spending some time with me.
Aloha ! Heute spreche ich mit Timo Hildebrand, ehemaliger Fußballtorwart, über sein Triathlonvorhaben, d.h. seinem Start Anfang September 2023 bei der Mitteldistanz des Ironman 70.3 Erkner. Wann und wie ist Timo auf die Idee zu seinem Triathlonstart gekommen, wie läuft seine Vorbereitung bislang, mit welchem guten Zweck mag Timo sein Triathlonvorhaben verbinden, und eine Menge mehr - darüber sprechen Timo Hildebrand und ich in dieser Folge der Rookie Serie von Triathlon Podcast! Viel Spaß beim Anhören der Podcastfolge, überall wo es Podcasts gibt! Shownotes: Website von Timo Hildebrand => http://www.timo-hildebrand.de/ Timo Hildebrand in LinkedIn => https://de.linkedin.com/in/timo-hildebrand-595704180 Website von STELP e.V. => https://stelp.eu/ Website von vhy! => https://vhydowe.care/ In eigener Sache: Wenn Dir die heutige Rookie Folge mit Triathloneinsteiger Timo Hildebrand gefallen hat, dann teile die Folge mit deinen Freunden, oder bewerte, bzw. folge Triathlon Podcast überall wo es Podcasts gibt (zum Beispiel bei Apple Podcast). Selbstverständlich freue ich mich auch, wenn Du bei der nächsten Rookie Serien Ausgabe 2023, oder auch Interviews von Triathlon Podcast mit dabei bist. Bis dahin, bleib sportlich und noch viel wichtiger, bleib gesund! Dein Marco Folge direkt herunterladen
O Banco Central deu início ao processo de corte da Taxa Selic e, em um ritmo mais agressivo do que muita gente acreditava. Por várias razões, acredito que a Taxa Selic ainda vai cair mais e mais rapidamente do que o mercado acredita, impulsionando o crescimento do crédito, da economia brasileira e causando bom desempenho da Bolsa de Valores e dos ativos imobiliários. Ouça e compreenda. #ricardoamorim #palestras #juros #inflação #crescimento #ações #imoveis Gostou do episódio? Avalie e mande o seu comentário aqui na plataforma. MINHAS REDES SOCIAIS: - Instagram: http://bit.ly/ricamnoinsta - Telegram: https://t.me/ricardoamorimoficial - Twitter: http://bit.ly/ricamnotwitter - Youtube: http://bit.ly/youtubericam - Facebook: http://bit.ly/ricamnoface - Linkedin: http://bit.ly/ricamnolinkedin E-MAIL Mande suas sugestões para email@example.com COTAR PALESTRA: https://bit.ly/consulte-ricam CRÉDITOS: ricamconsultoria.com.br
Liebe Leute,in dieser Folge spreche ich mit Fachberater Timo Warnholz über ADHS. In unserem Gespräch klären wir unter anderem, was ADHS ist, welche Symptome es gibt und wie man damit umgeht. In der Sprachanalyse (32:10) warten wieder viele interessante Wörter wie „hippelig“, „der Zappelphilipp“, oder Redewendungen wie „da scheiden sich die Geister“ auf euch.Viel Spaß dabei!Euer RobinHier geht es zum Angebot von Babbel: Mit dem Code Deutsch erhältst du das 12-Monatsabo von Babbel zum Preis von nur 6 Monaten. Das Angebot gilt bis zum 31. Oktober 2023. Einfach auf babbel.com/audio einlösen und loslegen.Hier geht es zum Handout: https://www.dropbox.com/s/i4jsn7mt9zx7tus/Episode_95_ADHS%20mit%20Timo%20Warnholz_Handout.pdf?dl=0Hier geht es zu Timo: https://www.timo-warnholz.de/Wer meine Arbeit finanziell unterstützen will, der kann das hier tun:https://paypal.me/aufdeutschgesagt?locale.x=de_DEDas Transkript und viele weitere Extras gibt es auf Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/aufdeutschgesagtE-Mail:firstname.lastname@example.orgHomepage:www.aufdeutschgesagt.deFolge dem Podcast auch auf diesen Kanälen:Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Podcast/Auf-Deutsch-gesagt-Podcast-2244379965835103/Instagram: www.instagram.com/aufdeutschgesagtYouTube:https://www.youtube.com/aufdeutschgesagtHier geht es zum Podcast auf anderen Seiten:https://plinkhq.com/i/1455018378?to=page Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are almost through with week one of fall camp before the 2023 college football season. Tyler Wojciak is joined by Tim O'Malley of Irish Illustrated to discuss their biggest takeaways after week one. Plus, Tyler and Tim share their thoughts on how defensive coordinator Al Golden could utilize star corners Benjamin Morrison and Cam Hart, and predict which running backs will excel behind Audric Estime and which sophomore is most likely to have a breakout season. Follow Tyler on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TylerWojciak Follow Locked On Irish on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LockedOnIrish Follow Locked On Irish on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lockedonirishpod/?hl=en Subscribe to Locked on Irish on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC749D_LgykIE8WLu7W4UQlQ Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. eBay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jogando sem público, o Corinthians venceu o Vasco por 3 a 1 e chegou a sete jogos de invencibilidade. Nesse episódio, Bruno Cassucci e Careca Bertaglia analisam a partida e destacam como a melhora no Brasileirão pode ajudar o Timão a buscar os títulos das Copas do Brasil e Sul-Americana. Eles ainda trazem as últimas informações sobre a possível saída de Róger Guedes e discutem o impacto que isso poderia causar na equipe.
Dr John Bergman interviews Dr Tim O'Shea. Why colon detox is essential to resolve any condition of immune suppression. Leaky Gut syndrome. Colon cancer. Autoimmune disease. Probiotics - the essential good bacteria for a healthy colon. Colon detox with Expel and Total Florabiotics. Excerpts from Journey to the Center of Your Colon at www.thedoctorwithin.comSee video at www.thedoctorwithin.com/videosFor more references on this topic, please visit: www.thedoctorwithin.comNewsletter ArchiveVideos
DR TIM O'SHEA INTERVIEW BY DR JOHN BERGMAN80% of the population eats an 80% processed foods diet. That means indigestible - toxins accumulate - the cause of 90% of illness. If you're over 40 even the healthy need to detox periodically. Have some mysterious, lingering disease that nothing can cure? Learn why 90% of the time we earn our diseases.More videos at: www.thedoctorwithin.com/videosPlease download and share. SubscribeFor more references on this topic, please visit: www.thedoctorwithin.comNewsletter ArchiveVideos
This is the third episode of our new Leadership Series, sponsored by PwC, in which we will be diving deep into what it really takes to be a CEO.Timo Armoo is an entrepreneur, speaker and co-founder of Fanbytes, a social media and marketing agency. Timo founded Fanbytes at age 21 whilst in university, eventually selling at aged 27 for an eight figure exit. In this conversation, we delve deep into Timo's entrepreneurial mind, exploring what makes a great business idea, finding a core purpose and knowing when a good opportunity arises. They discuss how his upbringing in Ghana, and then his teenage years in South West London, influenced his career. Timo shares the impact small wins can have, how to carefully choose your team and how he has “never had an original idea”.Thank you to PwC for sponsoring this special CEO Series. PwC's purpose is to build trust and solve important problems, and their global strategy - The New Equation - is bringing this to life for their clients, people and society. By combining technology with human ingenuity, passion and experience, PwC works with organisations to deliver more intelligent, sustained outcomes.Download The High Performance App by clicking the link below and using the code: HPAPPhttps://www.thehighperformancepodcast.com/app-link Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
NC State's home opener for the 2023 campaign is one of the biggest in recent memory. Not only will the Wolfpack kick off the home slate at Carter-Finley Stadium against a high-profile program in Notre Dame, but it will also be nationally broadcast on ABC in the noon slot on Sept. 9. So what should Wolfpack fans expect from the Fighting Irish this season? Tim O'Malley of Irish Illustrated joins Cory Smith to discuss expectations for the program, players to know at every position, the strengths and weaknesses on each side of the ball and much more! This podcast is sponsored by Scott Wood and the Scott Wood Home Lending Team. Reach out to the Wolfpack legend about your home loan at scottwood15.com today!
My guest is Grammy Nominated producer /engineer Tim O'Sullivan who has worked with Rayland Baxter, Yeah Yeah Yeah's, Mia Doi Todd, Chicano Batman, and É Arenas. In this episode, we discuss The Phoenix Sun Uncles Band College Studio Cars on Fire Mechanical Engineering Arizona Studios Working at Capital The Runner Pool Niko Bolas Being Honest Basic Signal Flow Night Crew Eric Valentine Archives at EMI Amazing Time Polite Persistence Working for UTA Studio Installs Brooklyn Tech work Matt's Rant: Doing Audio in Public Links and Show Notes Tim's Site Niko Bolas Steve Genewick Eric Valentine Credits Guest: Tim O'Sullivan Host: Matt Boudreau Engineer: Matt Boudreau Producer: Matt Boudreau Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell Announcer: Chuck Smith
Catholicmom.com's Allison Gingras and Barb Szyszkiewicz discuss the Eucharistic Revival with author Tim O'Malley from the floor of the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress in Anaheim, CA. Timothy P. O'Malley, Ph.D. is Director of Education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life and Academic Director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy. He teaches and researches in liturgical-sacramental theology, catechesis, and marriage/family. He is the author of nine books related to the Eucharist, marriage, and the sacraments. Links in the Show: Becoming Eucharistic People McGrath Institute for Church Life Church Life Journal Timothy P. O'Malley | Ave Maria Press twitter @timothypomalley