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Computer Talk Radio
Computer Talk Radio Broadcast 09-24-2022

Computer Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 90:02


This week's full broadcast of Computer Talk Radio includes: - 00:00 - News of nerd fascination - Social media, survellance, robots, Windows 10, football, disks - 11:00 - Listener Q&A - fixing PCs for cash - Ken asks about the idea of getting into fixing computers - 22:00 - iPhone teardown reveals - Keith covers news that new iPhone is better for right to repair - 31:00 - Marty Winston's Wisdom - Marty shares about how USB is evolving more and more - 39:00 - Scam Series - Disaster Relief - Benjamin details how we should only go with the known - 44:00 - Keske on new car tech - Even the blind guy covers the new tech coming in your auto - 56:00 - Magnusson Moss Warranty Act - Benjamin covers protection for those that like to tinker - 1:07:00 - Listener Q&A - personal impact - Ed asks Benjamin how personal use of tech will impact business - 1:16:00 - IT Pro Series 191 - Quiet quitting problems and solutions to ponder - 1:24:00 - Listener Q&A - next big thing - Thomas asks Benjamin what will be the next big thing in tech

Singing The Blues: Talking Sheffield Wednesday

Another inconsistent couple of weeks for The Owls, winning at Morecambe but defeat to Burton bookending a draw with Ipswich. We look back over those games and figure out how the season feels to be panning out, and wonder what's going on with Dominic Iorfa's form. Plus we take a look at the elephant in the room - the problems caused by the behaviour of a minority of Sheffield Wednesday fans. Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/ (https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/) Contact us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DomAndJames (twitter.com/DomAndJames) https://twitter.com/domhowson (twitter.com/domhowson) https://twitter.com/JamesMarriott (twitter.com/JamesMarriott) UTO.

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Katie Freeman

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 53:40


Do you love Shop Dancing, Color Pops, Female Empowerment and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Power Carving then sits down with Podcaster , Power Carver and Maker Extraordinaire Katie Freeman of Freeman Furnishings and Crafting a Revolution!Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Power Carving- Shout Out to Crafting a Revolution Podcast- Mom Makers- Women's Empowerment- Lifting Each other Up- Jealousy as a Goal Indicator- Online Learning- Shout Out to Ashley Minney's Music- Shout Out to Society of Women Engineers- The Trope of Cat Fighting Women- Hand Carving- Education versus Apprenticeship- Shout Out to Craft Equity- Shout Out to Modern Builds- Scarcity Mentality- Tools of the Trade- Using your Power to Push D&I- YouTube Learning- The Balance of Allyship and Dedicated Safe Spaces... and so much moreAs we we continue Season 2 with the 19th episode of Tinkering Belles you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page.Sign-up to take Katie's Power Carving Class HERE.Listen to Katie Interview Me on HER Podcast "Crafting a Revolution". You can follow Katie's adventures here, here, and here:Website Store Blog Crafting a Revolution Podcast Instagram - @freemanfurnishings and @CraftingARevolutionFacebook - Freeman FurnishingsYouTube - Freeman Furnishings Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Kaila Falcon's Ambiences and Such!
Late Night Tinkering in the Lab with the Big Hero 6 Crew || Big Hero 6 Ambience [Read Desc!]

Kaila Falcon's Ambiences and Such!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 40:00


↫Story↬ (A HUGE thanks to Ahsoka-2Sabers for writing the story for this video! Check her out on Wattpad:https://www.wattpad.com/user/Ahsoka-2Sabers) .. “Head's up!” Your concentration is broken as your friend zooms past you for the fifth time that night and for what feels like the hundredth time the past month. The wind from Go Go's speed blows through your hair and threatens to scatter the tiny pieces of your experiment. In irritation, you yell, “Watch it, Go Go!” Per usual, she ignores you. The interference distracted you at the right moment to see your friend Tadashi Hamada step into the lab with a boy who looked like a younger version of him. This must be his younger brother Hiro of whom Tadashi cannot stop gushing over. He told you and the others that his fourteen-year-old brother was a born genius and unfortunately bored out of his mind since graduating high school. Hopefully, you and the gang can show him the challenges and the skies-the-limit creative opportunity this “Nerd School” has to offer. “Tadashi!” you call, excitedly waving him over. While Hiro ogled at Go Go's bike, his older brother approached your workspace, a soft smile on his lips. “Hey, N/N,” your best friend says, calling you by Fred's nickname. Actually, Tadashi is everyone's best friend. He's the glue that brought the gang together and keeps it together. You all wouldn't be such close friends without him. “How's your project going?” “Would be going smoother if Go Go's super speed would stop scattering the nanites everywhere,” you grumble as you watch Go Go explain her project to Hiro. “Is that your brother?” “Yep. That's Hiro,” Tadashi confirms with a tone of pride. “Whoa, whoa, whoa! Do not move! Behind the line, please.” You fondly roll your eyes at Wasabi, a stickler for the rules and lab safety. Startled, Hiro steps behind the yellow and black tape. “Go help your brother, Hamada” you wave, bending over to peer through your microscope. “Then bring him over to say hi.” Over the sounds of drilling, tinkering, and chemical explosions, you hear Tadashi introduce his little brother to Wasabi and Honey Lemon, coming to you before Fred. Eventually, you take a break long enough to crack your back, stretch your legs, and join the others in telling Fred what isn't science. You notice Tadashi slip away into his private lab, taking Hiro with him. The conversation dies as the five of you try to listen in on the brothers over the buzz of the lab. As you all suspected, he was showing Hiro his pride and joy: Baymax. Smiling to yourself at the adorable brotherly moment, you take the time to make yourself a cup of coffee from the machine placed for sleepless college students. “Let's burn the midnight oil,” you mutter to yourself in the words of your robotics professor, glancing at the time ticking away from you. With your cup of caffeine bliss, you sit back down at your workspace, plug in your headphones, and tinker the night away. .. ↫Connect With Me!↬ My Linktree (Containing my socials + Contact info + Idea submission forms + other awesome, free stuff!) https://linktr.ee/Kaila_Falcon .. ↫Disclaimer↬ None of these sounds, songs or images used to make this are mine. All credit goes to every single rightful owner.

Rankable
81. AI Content Hot Takes From A Man Of Content ft Rob Lennon

Rankable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 37:03


In episode 81, Rob Lennon of Maven rolls through to give us some scathing hot takes and valuable insights about how to approach content.We discuss how Google's Helpful Content Update could impact enterprise organizations and how to harness the power of entities.Rob also shares how he interacts with content in his day-to-day life and how it helps to inform strategy.(0:00) Intro(0:55) Near Death Experiences(7:40) How Do You Consume Content(11:25) Helpful Content Update(14:37) How Will Big Brands Adapt To Google's Helpful Content Update(17:35) Artificial Story Telling(20:01) The Power of Words(25:35) The Impact of Entity SEO(29:01) Rapid Fire Rankings

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Kate Harrow

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 49:02


Do you love celebrating Fandoms, Wood with a Story , The Goonies and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about the Pen then sits down with Archer, Wood Turner and Maker Extraordinaire Kate Harrow .Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Defining a Brand- Archery - Major League Baseball- The Lakers- The Rockler Challenge- Production and Set Design- The Shawshank Redemption Tree- Dr. Strange - Fender Guitars- Wood Turning- The Goonies House- Developing your own Hardware- Developing Products with Non-Profits to Give Back- The White Whale of Famous Woods- Why People Want to Control Time- Friday the 13th and Camp Crystal Lake- Epoxy Blanks- Materials you should NEVER turn- Jack & Coke Pens- Winnie the Pooh... and so much moreAs we continue Season 2 with the 18th episode of Tinkering Belles you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page. You can follow Kate's adventures here, here, and here:Store link - Bow and Harrow InventoryWood with a Story - The ListFacebook - Bow & Harrow WorkshopInstagram - @BowandHarrowWorkshop Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Alma Rosa Villalobos

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Play 58 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 50:57


Do you love Hand Made Originals , Inspiring Others , Content Creation and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Speed Squares then sits down with Woodworker , Influencer and Maker Extraordinaire Alma Rosa Villalobos .Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- OG PBS Makers- The Pink Tax- Shout out to This Old House- Brand Partnerships- The Importance of Representation- DIY Home Making- Being an Actor vs. an Influencer- Shout out to Bob Villa- Redefining what a Maker Looks Like- Getting Started as a Maker Influencer- Women's Work Wear- Launching a Brand Line- Tik Tok Tiks- Shout out to Roy Underhill of the WoodWright's Shop- Inspiration for IG Reels- Building with Kids- Making Custom Products- Shout out to Avid CNC- The Value of Genuinely Showing Up on the Internet- Social Media's Influence on the Next Generation... and so much moreAs we continue Season 2 with the 17th episode of Tinkering Belles you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's Maker adventures as she amplifies the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page. You can follow Alma's adventures here, here, and here:Website link - https://www.pinksoulstudios.comEtsy link - https://www.etsy.com/shop/pinksoulShop link - https://www.pinksoulstudios.com/shopInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/pinksoulstudios/reelsTwitter - http://www.twitter.com/pinksoulstudios/Affiliate & Project link - https://www.pinksoulstudios.com/linksCustom Push Sticks -  https://www.pinksoulstudios.com/shop/custom-push-stickCustom Squares - https://www.pinksoulstudios.com/shop/shop-made-custom-squares-wlogoCustom Hammers -https://www.pinksoulstudios.com/shop/gnwj03iv6qyrx802xd3w9mw3jl1y8o Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Good Show
Hour 3: Springer's Heroics and Lineup Tinkering w/ Dan Shulman + Wake and Rake!

Good Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 48:15


Dan Shulman, Blue Jays play-by-play voice for Sportsnet, checks in from New York to discuss the Blue Jays' 6-1 win over Baltimore on Wednesday, George Springer's clutch pinch-hit RBI single in the seventh inning, the team's current lineup construction, and Yusei Kikuchi being moved to the bullpen. Later, Blake joins Ailish and Brent for the Wake and Rake, presented by Unibet! The crew tees up the betting odds for tonight's Blue Jays-Yankees opener and assembles their daily Wake and Rake parlay (25:49)! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate

HSJ Health Check
Tory tinkering while the NHS is on fire

HSJ Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 26:39


The NHS needs “fewer layers of management” - this is according to Tory leadership hopeful Liz Truss and is one of the first significant comments made about the NHS by either candidate this summer. We talk more about the other pledges made about health and social care so far by both candidates and where they might look to make their mark. Also £75m has been announced to create more mental health beds - will this ease pressures in this incredibly “hot” running system? This and more from our interview with NHS England mental health director Claire Murdoch. Link to interview: https://www.hsj.co.uk/mental-health/exclusive-new-capital-fund-to-boost-beds-and-aande-capacity/7032952.article Featuring Annabelle Collins, Jack Serle and Emily Townsend.

Laravel News Podcast
Redesigning Artisan, tinkering with Vim, and building your own packages

Laravel News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 35:58


Michael and Tim discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.This episode is sponsored by Honeybadger - combining error monitoring, uptime monitoring and check-in monitoring into a single, easy to use platform and making you a DevOps hero. Show links A redesigned Artisan serve command in Laravel 9.22 New Artisan docs command in Laravel 9.23 Statix Server is an object-oriented wrapper for PHP's built-in server Artisan Tinker with Vim in Tinkeray Vite Livewire plugin Build your own Laravel packages Using Laravel model factories in your tests Factories should be the bare minimum SQL is not complex Introducing Laravel security in depth

Raw Data By P3
A Most Generous Mentor, w/ Microsoft's Dany Hoter

Raw Data By P3

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 88:30


Today, we welcome to the show the most transparent international man of mystery, Dany Hoter. Working on his 5th stint with Microsoft and living his best life in his 8th decade, Dany brings both wisdom and fun to those around him. He brings a passion and joy for teaching to his training sessions and always manages to create a connection between people and technology. Of course, he also has a long-storied past with Rob, and together they share the responsibility for what some view as the most expensive trip billed to Microsoft by non-executives. From luxury accommodations to indulgent automobiles, they expensed it all. It wasn't all global jet setting, however, as these two comprised the Dream Team that put the polish on Power Pivot and laid the groundwork for Power Query. Their hard work and dedication paid off as Dany and Rob banded together in their shared time at Microsoft to save the world from an error-filled, rushed incarnation of bi-directional relationships. In retrospect, however, the conversation about this brought up a story that many may prefer to never hear. It seems that amidst all the jet setting, our dear host, Rob Collie, was busy launching a cruise missile with the sole purpose of pissing off the advanced pivot table users. What heinous act did he commit? Rob was directly involved in changing the default of pivot tables to compact.  While it did enlarge the user base by helping people feel more comfortable with pivot tables, advanced user rage is still alive and well on Twitter. All of this and more on this episode of Raw Data by P3 Adaptive, where data meets the human element. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to leave a review on your favorite platform to help others find us! Also on this show: Tinkering is a Way of Life w/ Darinee Louvau Yoda Chong and the Treehouse of Wonder, w/ Donald Farmer The Italians – Marco and Alberto Ikigai Venn Diagram Silicon Valley: Movember clip - mustache filter Kusto v SQL KQL - Kusto Query Language Cube Functions in Excel Rob on Twitter – to allow more bashing on the compact view

IT Career Energizer
345: Trust Yourself and Remember To Ask For Help with Tyler Rohrer

IT Career Energizer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 23:05


In this week's show, Phil talks to Tyler Rohrer, a serial entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience around end user computing. He has worked in and around the most progressive and challenging deployments in the world. And most recently, he founded Remotely INC, the world's first Hyper Converged Console. He is leveraging his experience in the digital workspace and end user computing space to help enterprise companies contend with the daily security risks they face with remote and hybrid end users. Tyler talks about the importance of trusting your instincts when it comes to your career. He also discusses why it's okay to ask for help and guidance when needed.   KEY TAKEAWAYS:   TOP CAREER TIP Always trust your instincts. They are generally trying to lead you in the right direction. Listen to what your heart says to you.   WORST CAREER MOMENT After hitting the wrong button, a software malfunction occurred, but it taught Tyler the value in always taking the utmost care, and to own up to your mistakes.   CAREER HIGHLIGHT Tyler was instrumental in the creation of VM Ware, which was subsequently acquired. This led to his appearing at a conference in front of Michael Dell.   THE FUTURE OF CAREERS IN I.T The unbounded nature of IT itself. This is a field in which you can literally learn about, and gain mastery over, things we never considered possible.   THE REVEAL What first attracted you to a career in I.T.? – Tinkering with things and fixing them when broken. What's the best career advice you received? – Take chances! What's the worst career advice you received? – Follow the rules and DON'T take chances. What would you do if you started your career now? – Look more into automation and robotics What are your current career objectives? – To take all the lessons learned and distill them into a book What's your number one non-technical skill? – Endurance and persistence How do you keep your own career energized? – Balance technical interests with sports and other pursuits. What do you do away from technology? – Rally driving, hiking outdoors and exploring nature.   FINAL CAREER TIP Ask for help if you need it. It's okay to not know everything, and you only learn by seeking answers from others.   BEST MOMENTS (4:04) – Tyler – “We think of scale in one dimension right now” (7:00) – Tyler - “Having the confidence to bring your best self to every conversation really goes a long way” (6:00) – Tyler – “More than anything else, trust yourself” (10:50)– Tyler – “I've learned as much from the good ideas as the poor ones”   ABOUT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil Burgess is an independent IT consultant who has spent the last 20 years helping organizations to design, develop, and implement software solutions.  Phil has always had an interest in helping others to develop and advance their careers.  And in 2017 Phil started the I.T. Career Energizer podcast to try to help as many people as possible to learn from the career advice and experiences of those that have been, and still are, on that same career journey.   CONTACT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/_PhilBurgess LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/philburgess Instagram: https://instagram.com/_philburgess Website: https://itcareerenergizer.com/contact Phil is also reachable by email at phil@itcareerenergizer.com and via the podcast's website, https://itcareerenergizer.com Join the I.T. Career Energizer Community on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ITCareerEnergizer   ABOUT THE GUEST – TYLER ROHRER Tyler Rohrer is a serial entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience around end user computing. He has worked in and around the most progressive and challenging deployments in the world. And most recently, he founded Remotely INC, the world's first Hyper Converged Console. He is leveraging his experience in the digital workspace and end user computing space to help enterprise companies contend with the daily security risks they face with remote and hybrid end users.   CONTACT THE GUEST – TYLER ROHRER Twitter: https://twitter.com/Remotely_TREX LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jtylerrohrer/ Website: https://remotelyrmm.com

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Erin Winick Anthony

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 43:20


Do you love Space , Dominoes , Fashion and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Dominoes then sits down with Science Communicator , Fashion Enthusiast and Maker Extraordinaire Erin Winick Anthony.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Mechanical Engineering - 3D Printing- Launching a Jewelry Brand- Science Communication- Navigating TikTok- The Importance of Internships- Becoming a Technical Writer- Redefining what a Science Communicator Looks Like- Love of Dominoes- Trains!- Embracing Failure- Science Fashion- Different Jobs in SciComm- Shoutouts to Domino Masters, Hevesh5, Mythbusters, Lumosity... and so much moreAs we kick off Season 2 with the 16th episode of Tinkering Belles you're surely not going to want to miss what's in store!So join Tamara in her adventures as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page. You can follow Erin's adventures here, here, and here:Website link - http://www.erinwinick.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/erinwinick/ TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@erinwinick?lang=enTwitter - https://twitter.com/erinwinickAlso - Check out her Latest Maker Project with Solidworks!!https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRUytgdt/?k=1https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRUyxRW6/?k=1Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Debunking Economics - the podcast
279. Electric cars – tinkering at the edge of a climate crisis (preview)

Debunking Economics - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 8:59


In the UK petrol cars emit 128g of CO2 per kilometre. In the US they drive bigger cars, for longer, so the carbon impact is that much greater. But cars, buses and motorcycles account for less than 10 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. Switching to electric could make a difference (unless of course the electricity is coal powered) but will it make a big enough difference, and are the objectives for Net Zero by 2050 really achievable? Phil Dobbie talks to Prof Steve Keen, and asks, are we lulling ourselves into a false sense of security when we think electric cars are a big part of the answer to climate change? Subscribe to hear the podcast in full.

Raw Data By P3
Tinkering is a Way of Life w/Darinee Louvau

Raw Data By P3

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 73:24


Today's guest, Darinee Louvau, is twice retired from Microsoft and one of the few people who admit to an admiration of testing in production. Darinee is an amazingly gifted person. From hosting LAN parties in her Tween and Teen years to designing and building gaming crates for those parties, she is not afraid of getting her hands dirty. A self-proclaimed fan of lowering the cost of iterations, she moved up quickly through the ranks to become program manager for Microsoft on projects such as Answers, Bing, and even the streaming service, Mixer. She is a hands-on thinker, doer, and creator. We can guarantee you will never find anyone else with her can-do attitude. Darinee shares how she personally prepares for inevitable mistakes in one of her hobbies by sewing with thrifted sheets to reduce costs. Using thrifted materials empowers her to make mistakes and continue to iterate. By using cheap materials to power each testing iteration she can lower the overall cost of iteration to get straight to the thing that matters, testing a solution against the actual live circumstance of what you really need to know.  (Psst! Darinee . . . your inner developer is showing.

The Sonny Brown Breakdown
Rapid Learning From Instructionals & Technique Tinkering With Jozef Chen

The Sonny Brown Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 63:56


I talk to Jozef Chen, a grappling phenom who recently took Bronze at the ADCC trials while only being seventeen years old and relatively new to his jiu-jitsu training. We discuss how he gained his skill level at such a young age from using instructionals and drilling techniques in a conceptual style influenced by Rob Biernacki. After preparing for the ADCC trials at the B-Team in Texas with Craig Jones, we talk about what his experience was like grappling in that high-level training environment and how he plans on training and teaching going into the future.

Time For Your Hobby
Ep.203 So That's How It Works! (Leo - Tinkering With Tech / Electronics)

Time For Your Hobby

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 60:08


(Leo - Tinkering With Tech / Electronics)   In this episode, I had the honour to have Leo as my guest. He shared with me his interest in tinkering with tech/electronics as his hobby.   Definition: The field of electronics is a branch of physics and electrical engineering that deals with the emission, behaviour and effects of electrons using electronic devices. Electronics uses active devices to control electron flow by amplification and rectification, which distinguishes it from classical electrical engineering, which only uses passive effects such as resistance, capacitance and inductance to control electric current flow. Wikipedia contributors. (2022, May 17). Electronics. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 18:04, May 22, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Electronics&oldid=1088419682 Leo's Links Website: https://linktr.ee/VoluntaryInput  Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeoJAllenJr    Time For Your Hobby links: Website: Time For Your Hobby website (click to find Apple, Spotify, Google and more) Merch: TFYHpodcast (on Redbubble) Instagram: @timeforyourhobby Twitter: @tfyhpodcast Podchaser: Time For Your Hobby  Patreon: Timeforyourhobby  Email: timeforyourhobby@gmail.com     If you like this episode and think it can be helpful to someone you are more than welcome to share it and leave a review. If you want to be on my podcast or have any questions at all, by all means, contact me through any of the platforms above. So until the next episode... make some time for your hobby.   Shout out to my Patrons: Chess Talk (https://chesstalk.podbean.com/) Mélissa Sabrina Hughes Berry    Take care,

Mornings with Matt White
Julian King's editorial on the Tigers issues & NRL tinkering with the six-again rule again | 13/07/22

Mornings with Matt White

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 10:51


To open the show, Julian King discussed the Wests Tigers potentially losing Isaiah Papali'i, signing Tim Sheens as head coach & the latest issue with the NRL's plans to change the six-again rule once again.

The Nomad Strength Show
GREG WALSH | Always Tinkering

The Nomad Strength Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 103:42


I had the pleasure for today's episode of catching up with fantastic coach, and my friend, Greg Walsh of Wolf Brigade Gym. This time around, Greg and I had a lot to catch up on, and as our conversations often do, we went down some rabbit holes. Through all of it we center around the idea of always finding small ways to improve ourselves, or "tinkering" as Greg says. We covered a lot of ground, and still could have covered more, but I know that you'll enjoy this conversation. HIGHLIGHTS: -Greg fills me in on Convergence, the annual training and coaching gathering at Wolf Brigade Gym -How Greg has been working through a fairly debilitating injury -Why we must continue to pursue growth -What have we learned in the last two years of oversight, censorship, and hypocrisy? CONNECT WITH GREG: Instagram Website The Nomad Strength Show now has a Patreon! If you want exclusive content, merch discounts, and access to the new weeklyPatron-only episode, Unplugged, check it out here. This episode is brought to you by Wild Rivers Coffee Company. Check them out and support the people that support the show. Use the code NOMAD for 15% off your order. Wild Rivers Coffee Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Garage Gym Experiment Podcast
The Birth of the ISOLATOR with Larry Nolan

The Garage Gym Experiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 29:43


Larry Nolan has an impressive entrepreneurial background in fitness and is the inventor of The Isolator, which is the primary topic we discuss in this interview. Show Notes (0:00) Larry's story in a few minutes (1:37) Tinkering with creating equipment (4:17) Birth story of the Isolator (7:49) Primary questions and feedback so far (11:12) What is the Isolator? (14:11) Limitations (17:32) Versatility (19:14) Set-up time (23:36) Pre-order info (24:45) Other products in the works More Info The Isolator Follow Larry on Instagram Knurled News GGE Website --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garage-gym-experiment/support

The Brilliant Creative, Business Coaching for Creatives with Ang Stocke
Episode 35: 4 Summer Workflow Tips for the Entrepreneur Moms and Dads

The Brilliant Creative, Business Coaching for Creatives with Ang Stocke

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 31:52


Hey gang. I am here to talk to the mamas and the papas out there who have just had a week or two of the kids at home for summer break. If you're like me, you are really feeling the kids in your space.Previously, the space was clean and quiet. Delightfully clean.Delightfully quiet. But now…the kids are home.OOF. No matter where you are at…or what the summer dance looks like at your house this week, most of you can benefit from these workflow tips.  Ok, here we go.I've got 5 tips for you.And they are all from experience.Extensive experience.(They are discussed in the podcast, push play today!) 1.   Tip number one: For GOODNESS SAKES be reasonable.Specifically, Set reasonable expectations for yourself.  2.   Second tip is to pre-determine an end-time to your workday. This helps slow your highly focused and on-fire work brain down. This is how you create reserve at the end of your day. This is how you create a buffer to protect yourself at the end of the day.Ideally, the end of your workday is not 5 minutes before you need to relieve the sitter..Also, you also might want to choose a time to consciously “shut down” your work brain. Your work brain is powerful and it might need a conscious direction given to shut down.  3.   Tip number 3: Block 4 hour work times, with 30-ish minute buffer there and back.Most of us take the first hour to just get reacquainted with the task/s we are going to do.The 2nd and 3rd hours are usually really productive. The 4th hour you can come out of it a bit, and finish…whatever that looks like for you. For some it will be actually finishing a task. For some it will be stopping in the middle of something and wrapping up that task for the day. 4.   Tip number 4: Consider adopting a summer state of mind. Or if that's not for you this summer, remember lots of others HAVE a summer state of mind. Getting your summer schedule sorted out, and figuring out your summer work spots can be a challenge if you've got kids at home. Can I encourage you to be gentle with yourself as you are figuring this out? It takes a little FIGURING. It takes some THINKING AHEAD. It takes some TRYING. It takes some REFLECTION. And as my Grandpa Jim would say, it takes some TINKERING. This summer, as you are getting things sorted….consider the above tips and don't be afraid to tinker with it a bit. You'll get it done. Just keep going. And give yourself grace. Best of luck with your summer schedule…and Happy Entrepreneuring!!! Hey…have you enjoyed listening to The Brilliant Creative Podcast? If so, consider rating and reviewing it on itunes. I'd be so grateful!Links mentioned in today's episode:Frontiers in PsychologyWest Elm Dining Chair Ang LovesMoney Love Bootcamp Info Ang Stocke Coaching LinksWebsite | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn 

GolfWRX Radio
Club Junkie: Review of the NEW Golf Pride CPX grips and some more club tinkering

GolfWRX Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:37


Reviewing Golf Pride's newest grip, the CPX. The CPX is soft, yet with great traction. The EXO Diamond pattern helps golfers by providing a larger contact patch for better control. Also touching on some tinkering I have done, or plan to do, to a bunch of my clubs.

Transformative Learning Experiences with Kyle Wagner
What Makes a 'Good' Project? with Gary Stager

Transformative Learning Experiences with Kyle Wagner

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 58:57


Good projects aren't that tough to create.  But somehow we always seem to overcomplicate them. (Me included) What if I told you that the best project prompts could fit on a single post-it note?  Project-Based experiences that have students staying in during lunch, working late hours in the evening, mastering curricular standards, and producing awe inspiring work that makes adult jaws drop.  These are the kind of project-based experiences Gary Stager has educators around the world designing through his Summer Institutes and brilliant book 'Invent to Learn' on a regular basis.  I sat down with Gary to discuss the book and how we as learning experience designers can:  Design curricular rich project prompts that fit on a single post-it note Create learning environments that resemble more cocktail party than they do classroom Design projects that are 'sharable,' and live on well beyond their expiration date Release the shackles of subjects, specialists, timetables, curriculum standards and assessment that often stand in the way of deep and meaningful learning  Act more as 'ethnographers' to capture and document student learning, rather than teachers who deliver instruction   Get Gary's Book 'Invent to Learn': https://inventtolearn.com/ Learn more about Gary: http://professorgarystager.com Connect with Gary on Twitter: @garystager Get the Free PBL Design Starter Kit: https://transformschool.com/pblstarterkit/  Gary's Bio: In addition to being a popular keynote speaker at some of the world's most prestigious education conferences, Gary Stager is a journalist, teacher educator, consultant, professor, software developer, publisher, and school administrator. An elementary teacher by training, he has taught students from preschool through doctoral studies. In 1990, Dr. Stager led professional development in the world's first laptop schools and played a major role in the early days of online education. Gary is the founder of the Constructing Modern Knowledge summer institute for educators. Dr. Stager is co-author of Invent To Learn – Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom, called the “bible of the maker movement in schools,” by Larry Magid of CBS and The San Jose Mercury News. Invent To Learn has been translated into nine languages. Dr. Stager's most recent book is Twenty Things to Do with a Computer Forward 50: Future Visions of Education Inspired by Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon's Seminal Work. When Jean Piaget wanted to better understand how children learn mathematics, he hired Seymour Papert. When Dr. Papert wanted to create a high-tech alternative learning environment for incarcerated at-risk teens, he hired Gary Stager. This work was the basis for Gary's doctoral dissertation and documented Papert's most-recent institutional research project. Dr. Stager's work has earned a Ph.D. in Science and Mathematics Education and he collaborated on a project that won a Grammy Award. Recently, Gary was invited by Fondazione Reggio Children to lead a public seminar on education in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Gary is also on the advisory board of the NSF-funded project, BJC4NYC: Bringing a Rigorous Computer Science Principles Course to the Largest School System in the US. Dr. Stager also maintains the world's largest archive of text and multimedia by Seymour Papert at The Daily Papert.

Laravel News Podcast
Tinkering well, bouncing users, and validating configs

Laravel News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 57:25


Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.This episode is sponsored by Scout APM - Laravel Monitoring and more that identifies slow database queries, memory leaks, and slow custom code - and Honeybadger - combining error monitoring, uptime monitoring and check-in monitoring into a single, easy to use platform and making you a DevOps hero. You can also watch a replay of the live recording.Show links Laravel 9.13 released Laravel 9.14 released Tinkerwell 3 - The PHP code runner is released A simple wallet implementation for Laravel Releasing Bouncer: Roles and permissions for Laravel apps Kinetic: A view-composer package for Inertia.js How to validate your Laravel app's config Battle Ready Laravel Test form requests in Laravel with request factories by Worksome Keeping your model factories lean Restructuring a Laravel controller using services, events, jobs, actions, and more Eloquent performance: 4 examples of n+1 query problems AlDente - a macOS menu bar tool to limit maximum charging percentage

CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast
Yasmani Grandal and Sox bats fail vs Cubs

CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 71:58 Very Popular


The Chicago White Sox struggled in the first game of a 2-game series versus the Chicago Cubs, falling 5-1. Johnny Cueto surrendered 5 runs in 6.2 innings, and the only offense was provided was via a Jake Burger solo home run as part of a 3-hit game for Burger. Join Vinnie Duber, Sean Anderson and Herb Lawrence to recap the series-opening loss on the CHGO White Sox Live Postgame Show. TIMESTAMPS 6:00 - What would Herb do as the GM of White Sox? 15:00 - Tony's Tinkering with the lineup 27:15 - Vinnie Duber joins from Guaranteed Rate Field 51:00 - The White Sox will get annihilated by the Blue Jays SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH:  http://CHGOLocker.com  FOLLOW ON SOCIAL:  Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports GET OUR FREE NEWSLETTER:  http://www.allchgo.com/newsletter Visit https://bit.ly/3sE8RMe or download the PointsBet App, make a deposit and use code “CHGO” to get 2 Risk Free Bets up to $2000, an annual CHGO membership and a free shirt!  Mobile registration in Illinois is here! Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://athleticgreens.com/CHGOSox Visit https://stravacraftcoffee.com and use code “CHGO25” to get 25% off your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

100% Free SFX & Ringtones
Free Music Loop Acoustic Piano Hammers Royalty Free Juicy Loop Tools Editing

100% Free SFX & Ringtones

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 0:59


Search and download for free our amazing complete database of amazing sounds and special effects herehttps://www.tale-teller.club/free-sfxNo sign up needed, immediate downloads.Check out our own story www.tale-teller.club/immersionauthentic-sfx #game_audio #gaming_tools #loops #reels #shorts #youtube #tiktok #sound #soundeffects #specialeffects #free #logicpro #taleteller #taletellerclub #soundrecordings #ASMR #recordings #studio #creators #creatortools #soundtracks #postedit #freedownloads #audio #audiotools #audiorecording #podcaster #podcasttools #gamedesigners #musicians #filmmakers #juicysounds #free-lessons #digital-music-school #digi-mus #ads #advertising #voiceover #vocals #taletellers #taletellerclub #soundscape #sound_designer #audio_tricks #loopmaster #juicy_loops #loopscatalogue #cubase #garageband #royalty_free #Greatdownloads #no-copyright #free_stuff #instagram_tools #facebook_video #Online_library #immersive #immersion #make_believe #story #stortellers #storytelling, #nocatch #100%free #moods #ambient #trance #ambient #imovie#music #musicpodcasts #musician #composer #digitalmusic #arranger #performer #how_to_create_soundtracks #soundtracks_fo_film, #classical #classicallytrained #contemporarymusic #recordingartists #††ç #TTC #entertainers, #apple_loops_ alternative #ringtone #ringtone_samples #create_ringtones#Live_backing_tracks #tale_teller_club #sarnia #sarnia-de-la-mare #pro_tools#makemovies, #howto #learn #learnfilmmaking #filmschool #video_art #filmsecrets#specialeffects #freetools #logicprofree #taleteller #taletellerclub #soundrecordings #ASMR #recordings #studio #creators #creatortools #soundtracks #postedit #freedownloads #audio #audiotools #audiorecording #podcaster #podcasttools #gamedesigners #musicians #filmmakers #juicysounds #free-lessons #digital-music-school #moody #mood_creation #petrifying_sounds #funny_sounds #games #game #gaming #online_filmschool #create_tension #synth #processed#electronic #electronic_sfx 

Grow Your Law Firm
Finding The Perfect Marketing Recipe with Eric Morgan

Grow Your Law Firm

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 30:42


Finding The Perfect Marketing Recipe Welcome to episode 124 of the Grow Your Law Firm podcast, hosted by Ken Hardison. In this episode Ken sits down with Eric Morgan and they talk about finding the right marketing recipe. Eric Morgan has a rich background of over 27 years of strategy, media planning and buying, and analytics experience in offline, online, non-traditional and promotional advertising campaigns. His insight and approach have helped design media strategies and campaigns for brands including Morris Bart, LLC, Frank D. Azar & Associates, Wayne Wright Injury Lawyers, Shelly Leeke, Harrahs Casino, Louisiana Office of Tourism, Hotel Monteleone, and Visit Baton Rouge.   Eric earned an M.B.A. at Tulane University and a B.A. from Loyola University in Advertising Communications with a minor in Marketing. Having over 27 years of strategy and media buying experience, Eric regularly speaks on the topics at conferences. In 2009, he was named Top Executive of the Year by the Advertising Club of New Orleans. He has taught Advertising Media Planning in Loyola University's Communications Department, and is a fellow of Loyola's Institute for Environmental Communications and the Institute of Politics. Eric sits on the Board of Directors of the Go.Be., supporting entrepreneurial minority small business owners, and is a past board member of Louisiana Chapter of the Entrepreneurs Organization and the Tulane Association of Business Alumni.   What you'll learn about in this episode: The difficulty in discerning where your leads come from when marketing with several mediums How marketing is like a gumbo where different ratios and mixtures will give you different returns Tinkering with your marketing to find the recipe that gives you the conversion rate that you want Finding your niche in your market and capitalizing on the right cost per case for you Reaching frequency and how it's more nuanced than you think Do ads on live TV pay off? Is there a real benefit to the QR code? Knowing your brand and your strategy as the answer to everything else   Resources:  Website: www.morganandco.com Contact Info: Company: Morgan & Co. Email: Eric Morgan eric@morganandco.com   Additional Resources: PILMMA's Super Summit https://learn.pilmma.org/pilmma-super-summit-2021 The Mastermind Effect: https://www.pilmma.org/the-mastermind-effect/ PILMMA's Free Resources: https://www.pilmma.org/free-resources/ PILMMA Join Page: https://learn.pilmma.org/join-pilmma  

Seasoned
Dorie Greenspan on Julia Child, recipe tinkering, and why everyone should bake

Seasoned

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:00


We talk with James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Dorie Greenspan about the influence of her friend, Julia Child; how she tinkers with recipes during development; and that feeling home cooks get when they bake something from scratch. Plus, Dorie shares the backstory for her beloved World Peace Cookies, along with the updated version she created for her latest book, Baking with Dorie.  GUEST: Dorie Greenspan: Five-time James Beard Award-winning cookbook author. Formerly a columnist for the New York Times, Dorie writes the xoxo Dorie newsletter, and she's the author of fourteen cookbooks. Her latest is Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple. FEATURED RECIPES: World Peace Cookies 2.0 Iced Honey-Apple Scones with Spelt This show was produced by Robyn Doyon-Aitken, Catie Talarski, and Emily Charash. Our interns are Sara Gasparotto and Michayla Savitt. Seasoned is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Our programming is made possible thanks to listeners like you. Please consider supporting this show and Connecticut Public with a donation today by visitingctpublic.org/donate.  Support the show: https://www.wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Watchdog on Wall Street

8.5% CPI. The logic and reason void in Washington D.C. Twitter takeover? Another step toward Wall-E. It's a man, man. Tinkering with things you have no business tinkering with. Another reason NOT to go to Philadelphia. Mamet interview. Prodigal Son Redux.

Run Culture Podcast
Ep 12- The art of tinkering with stress to enhance training adaptation with Craig Appleby

Run Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 44:47


In this podcast I chat with good friend and long-time runner, Craig Appleby. In a round about way we talk about our experiences with the training paradigm (stress plus rest= adaptation). We talk about the discipline, flexibility, experience and pragmatic approach needed to best read your body and modify training so that you adapt towards your running goals, rather than away from them.

Halford & Brough in the Morning
Hour 2 - Tinkering with hockey vs perfecting it

Halford & Brough in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 45:10


Mike and Jason have an in-depth discussion about perfecting the rules of any given sport; specifically hockey and baseball. Jesse Granger joins the show ahead of Canucks vs Golden Knights to talk about Vegas's recent hot streak. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

On Your Terms
37. My Biggest Launch Yet: Behind the Scenes & Takeaways!

On Your Terms

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 41:48 Transcription Available


My recent Ultimate Bundle™ launch was my biggest ever, and I want to take you behind the scenes and share what I did differently, what I learned, and – most importantly – what you can take away from it. What I'm most proud of, beyond the success of this launch, is that I managed to keep it all as stress-free as possible. If you're planning on running your own promotions or launches in the future, I have five actionable takeaways, so stick around for those! Listener shoutout – in her review, erineatscarrots wrote: Sam has a story and a message that really resonates with me and that entrepreneurs in the health and wellness space really need to hear! I am so excited for this podcast as a way to continue to learn from her experience and glean valuable tips and ideas for my own nutrition practice. Can't wait! In this episode, you'll hear…  02:37 - What you'll take away from this episode 03:55 - How I approached my promotion 12:26 - The two pre-launch phases 14:25 - Nurturing 19:35 - Pre-launch planning 26:46 - Switching up your social media approach 33:03 - Tinkering with bonuses and live events 34:56 - Being in it for the long haul If you'd like a shoutout (and a chance to win a $20 gift card), just leave a review on Apple Podcasts and send a screenshot of it to me on Instagram via DMs! Click https://www.samvanderwielen.com/episode-37 (here) to find the full show notes and transcript for this episode. RESOURCES: https://www.samvanderwielen.com/episode-36/ (Episode 36. How to Grow Your Business on Instagram (Guest Episode with Natasha Samuel)) https://www.samvanderwielen.com/episode-23/ (Episode 34. 2021 Recap: What It's Really Been Like to Grow a 7-Figure Business) LEARN: Read https://www.samvanderwielen.com/blog/ (Sam's Blog) for the latest legal tips, podcast episodes & behind the scenes of building her seven-figure business. Listen to our https://www.samvanderwielen.com/customer-testimonials/ (customer stories) to see how getting legally legit has helped 1,000s of entrepreneurs grow their own businesses. CONNECT: Join the http://www.samvanderwielen.com/oyt-workshop (Free Legal Workshop) to learn how to get your business legally legit™️ today! Follow Sam on https://instagram.com/samvanderwielen (Instagram) for legal tips, business-building advice & daily food + Hudson pics Like us on https://facebook.com/samvanderwielenllc (Facebook) Follow my podcast, On Your Terms, on https://www.instagram.com/onyourtermspodcast/ (Instagram) so you catch all our episodes Subscribe and follow on all podcast platforms and activate notifications for new episodes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-your-terms/id1576423248 (Apple Podcasts) https://open.spotify.com/show/54rD5CEydcpUITq65RcM9M (Spotify) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9vbnlvdXJ0ZXJtcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vcnNzZmVlZA (Google Podcasts) https://onyourterms.captivate.fm/listen (Captivate) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRvmhnGVaMbL7Jf3_MgfNiA (YouTube) FAV TOOLS: https://app.kajabi.com/r/fLP3TYLV/t/6lnttyqz (Kajabi) // use Kajabi to sell your course, program, or even build your entire website. Get a 30-day free trial with my link. https://checkout.samcart.com/referral/wYwf9Zq0/Rv6iUB54jhGTo7RM (SamCart) // what I use for my checkout pages and payment processing and LOVE. And no, not because it's my name. https://convertkit.com/?lmref=SiAv4Q (ConvertKit) // what I use to build my email list, send emails to my list, and create opt-in forms & pages. DISCLAIMER: Although Sam is an attorney she doesn't practice law and can't give you legal advice. All episodes of On Your Terms are educational and informational only. The information discussed here isn't legal advice and isn't intended to be. The info you hear here isn't a substitute for seeking legal advice from your own attorney. AFFILIATE LINKS: Some of the links we share here may be affiliate links, which means we may make a small...

The Basketball Podcast
Episode 209: Noah LaRoche, Researching and Tinkering with Basketball

The Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 76:39


Guest: Noah LaRoche, Player Development Basketball Coach   In this week's coaching conversation, player development basketball coach Noah LaRoche joins the Basketball Podcast to share insights into researching and tinkering with basketball. Noah LaRoche is the owner of integrity hoops and as a player development consultant and coach he helps college players prepare for the draft he works with pros like Blake Griffin, Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, Harrison Barnes, Paul George, Victor Oladipo, and Diana Taurasi to name a few. After his playing career at Saint Joseph's of Maine playing for Rob Sanicola, LaRoche linked to Mike Procopio at Attack Athletics in Chicago, and for two summers he worked under world-renowned trainer Tim Grover, whose elite client list includes Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Charles Barkley, and other NBA stars. This experience earned LaRoche a job at Tilton Academy in New Hampshire, followed by a stint with a successful Chinese Basketball Association team. The next year, he made it to the NBA, working with the coaching staff of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Today, Noah LaRoche splits his time between the East and West Coasts. As a player development consultant for the Wasserman Media Group, an agency that represents over 50 WNBA and NBA players, he flies each spring to Los Angeles, where he helps college players prepare for the draft. In the summer, he works with pros. And in the fall and winter, it's back to Portsmouth and Integrity Hoops, where he helps players develop skills, character, and “basketball IQ.” The mission of Integrity Hoops is to positively transform lives through basketball.   Breakdown 1:00 - Blake Griffin Scientific Offseason 4:00 - Positioning 8:00 - Applying Evidence-Based Ideas 17:00 - Job Preservation 23:00 - Feedback 28:00 - Playing Offense 30:00 - Individual Player Development 33:00 - Player and Coach Led Development 36:00 - Differential Learning 42:00 - Independent of Decisions 48:00 - Shared Cognition 50:00 - Random and Variable Reps 56:00 - Intervention 59:00 - Workout Coach 1:01:00 - BDT 1:08:00 - Jerome Robinson 1:12:00 - Conclusion   Noah Laroche's Bio: Bio: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noah-laroche-976a86197/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/noah-laroche-976a86197/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noah_laroche (https://www.instagram.com/noah_laroche)   Basketball Immersion Website:http://basketballimmersion.com/ ( http://basketballimmersion.com/) Twitter:https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en ( https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en) YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion ( https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion) Facebook:https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion ( https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion) Immersion Videos: Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com/ (https://www.immersionvideos.com/)

EdTech Classroom
Episode 81: A Case for Tinkering, Exploration, and Play for Every Grade Level

EdTech Classroom

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 16:52


In today's solo show, I'm making the case for kindergarten. More specifically, I'm sharing ways that we can incorporate some of the pillars of kindergarten – tinkering, exploration, and play – into every grade level. Press play. Episode Webpage / Transcription: https://edtech-class.com/2022/03/09/a-case-for-tinkering-exploration-and-play-for-every-grade-level/ EdTech Classroom: Website: https://edtech-class.com/ Instagram: @edtechclass Email: myedtechclassroom@gmail.com

Faith and Economics
Tinkering with the Economy -Bad Idea | #175

Faith and Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 40:15


This week's podcast is a continuation and part 2 of the last show, "E-communist or Economist?" Peter continues going through his paper he wrote on a survey conducted on economists, entitled "New Survey Shows Economists Are Warming Up to Central Planning". In this episode, we describe what is causing economists to shift their beliefs so much in the past 20 years. Quote of the Cast "Culture lacks believing in a truth" - Russ Timeline: Wealth Distribution / 1:00 20 Point Swing in Ten Years / 7:05 Economists Have Less Faith in Taxes / 11:45 "Pushing" Them Over the Border / 15:30 Can We Crawl Back / 23:30 Less Confidence in Markets / 28:35 Eating Our Seed Corn Too Long / 38:05

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Lauren St. Laurent

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 46:18


Do you love Cosplay, Nerd Culture, Costume Couture and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Corsets then sits down with Fashion Designer, Cosplayer and Maker Extraordinaire Lauren St. Laurent .An award-winning designer from the internationally renowned Lauren St Laurent (Formerly Castle Corsetry) , Lauren has designed and built hundreds of corsets as well as multitudes of custom costume orders specializing in impeccable cosplay recreations. Seen all over the world in the convention circuit, web content left and right, and celebrity clientele, you have assuredly seen Lauren's handiwork. As a geeky girl herself, Lauren's enthusiasm makes her work truly exceptional.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Learning to Sew with Mom- Vintage Fashions- Mass production - Project Process for Commissions- Comicon- Cosplay Mashups- Textile Development for Superhero Films- Hocus Pocus- Playboy Bunny Mashups- Star Wars- Chewbacca- C3P0 aka Gordon Tarpley- Fonco Studios- Outlander- Terry Dresbach- Monsters Inc- Learning from Failure- Unstoppable Wasp- Becoming Marvel- Jeremy Whitley - Unstoppable Wasp- Pixel Arts Props- Nerd Workout Wear- Heroes Journey Fitness- High Fashion Geek Wear- Fashionable Masks... and so much moreAs we wrap Season 1 with the 15th episode of Tinkering Belles you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page. You can follow Lauren's adventures here, here, and here:Website link - https://www.laurenstlaurent.com/ Store link - shop.castlecorsetry.com/Facebook - Castle Corsetry Twitter - @CastleCorsetry Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Amy Davis Roth

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 55:15


 Do you love Art, Water Bears, Tattoos and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Ceramics then sits down with Multi-media Artists, STEM Advocate and Maker Extraordinaire Amy Davis Roth.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Multimedia Art- Ceramic Jewelry- Maker Mom- Putting the STEM in STEAM- Learning the Science behind your art- Water Bears- Com modify Your Multimedia Art- Capitalism and Art- Things learned in a Tattoo Shop- Lending art to Education- The importance of Stickers- Patron of the Arts- Mom Makers- Women Empowerment... and so much moreThis is the 14th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page. You can follow Amy's adventures here, here, and here:Instagram -  @SurlyAmyEtsy - Suly-Ramics Etsy Ceramics Shop with her Mom - RetroramicsPatreon - Amy Davis RothWebsite - https://surlyramics.com/Facebook - Surly-RamicsTwitter - @SurlyAmyWearable Pieces on Amazon - Surly-RamicsT-Shirts - SurlyAmy on Redbubble & Teepublic Coloring Book "The Feel Good Bar and Grill" Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Kaila Falcon's Ambiences and Such!
Tinkering in the Lab on a Rainy Night with Bruce and Tony || Marvel Ambience [Read Desc!]

Kaila Falcon's Ambiences and Such!

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 36:43


Submit your ideas for my next uploads here: https://forms.gle/po77rVADQwyh3wH4A --Story— Check out the YouTube video's comment section here (https://youtu.be/loa7-AqIV5Q) to view some awesome stories! --Info-- I own no rights to any sounds used in this video! I simply just compiled them into this soundscape! The image is also not mine! This audio is great to play in the background to help sleep, study, or simply relax! Spotify Playlist containing all of these songs + the songs from my other soundscapes: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6rYvhk6bYhwhrXXLieCtvZ?si=9160cac69e614505 --My Socials-- My Linktree (Containing the below socials + other neat stuff!) https://linktr.ee/Kaila_Falcon @Kaila_Falcon (Wattpad) https://www.wattpad.com/user/Kaila_Falcon @all_things_aviation (Spotify. My playlists!) https://open.spotify.com/user/all_things_aviation @Kaila_Falcon (Pinterest) https://www.pinterest.ca/Kaila_Falcon/boards/

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Joanie Sprague

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 49:44


 Do you love DIY, Funny Reels, Adorable shop pups and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about High Heels then sits down with Carpenter, DIYer, Catwalk Queen and Maker Extraordinaire Joanie Sprague.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Raising Shop Pups- Makers Hapoy Hour Secret Santa - YouTube vs. TV Making- The reality of reality TV- Americas Next Top Model- Tattoos- The Little Bits Podcast- The Legendary Craig Cowan of Maker Happy Hour-  Our first Workbench Con -  The ”Mean Girls” of Making- The truth about content sponsors- Being a female maker role model on TV- Artisanal Side Hustle- Carhartt's womens Line- The Makers EDC for set ... and so much moreThis is the 13th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page. You can follow Joanie's adventures here, here, and here:Instagram -  @JoanieSpraguePodcast - The Little Bits PodcastEtsy - The Little Bits Workshop Patreon - The Little Bit Podcast Links - @JoanieSpragueJoanie's New Show - "Remix my Space with Marsai Martin" Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Mary Welch

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 61:19


Do you love Traveling, Skill Sharing and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Stick Welding then sits down with Carpenter, Machinist, Globe Trotter and elusive Maker Mary Welch.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):-  Our first Workbench Con - The Legendary Craig Cowan of Maker Happy Hour- Our first Catskills Mountain Maker Camp- The Inspiring Pat Reynolds- Jimmy DiResta Workshops- Fuzzy socks & friendships- Becoming a carpenter- The value of just Showing Up-  Falling in Love with Machining-  Speaking the same Vernacular-  Benefits of Being a Woman in the Trades- The Shared Joy of the Maker Community-  Learning skills Across the Globe-  Homesteading-  All the Welding Skills-  Learning to Stick Weld on Mythbusters-  One Size Does not Fit All in Making-  Shop Tips & Tricks by Jimmy DiResta... and so much moreThis is the 12th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page.You can follow Mary's adventures on Instagram - @SappySpice Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Laney

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 49:16


Do you love Custom Designs, Snarky Signs,  and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about the Scroll Saw then sits down with  Instagram Queen, Snark Supreme and Maker Extraordinaire  Laney from Pine.and.Birch.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Being 80's Kid- Licensing Letters, Words, and Lyrics- Evolution of a Product Line- Stranger Things- Snarky Signs- Being an Artist in a Manufacturing World- All the Social Media Platforms- The Clubhouse App- The Pressures of going Live- The Benefits of Pinterest as a Creator- The Dark Side of Social Media- Mental Health- Adorable Shop Pups- The Truth behind Fake Followers... and so much moreThis is the 11th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page.You can follow Laney's adventures here, here, and here: Shop - Pine & Birch Instagram -  @Pine.and.BirchBlog - Pine & Birch Pinterest - PineandBirch.coTiktok - Pine & Birch Facebook - Pine & Birch Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

And Now The Hard Part
Heat of the Moment: Tinkering with Tuk Tuks

And Now The Hard Part

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 17:40


We introduce the second season of Heat of the Moment, a podcast that, like And Now The Hard Part, tells stories from the front lines of one of the world's biggest challenges: the climate crisis.Converting to electric vehicles is an important part of the quest to eliminate carbon pollution and stabilize the atmosphere. In this episode of Heat of the Moment, we hear from an engineer in Sri Lanka who is transforming the way his community gets around. FP Studios presents Tinkering with Tuk Tuks: How One Sri Lankan Engineer is Transforming his Community and Local Economy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Alice Tyrell

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 44:50


 Do you love Vintage Camera's , 3D Printer's, Epic Nerf Guns and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Skateboards then sits down with Creator of Awesome (and many other things), Alice Tyrell.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Building your own 3D Printing- What it means to be a Youtuber- Building your own CNC- Learning New Instruments- Skateboarding in the Rain- Allen Key Hacks- Guitar Resonance- High Powered Cameras and Info Sec- Focal Length & Cinematography- Camera Adapters and Vintage Lenses- PC Carbon Fiber Blends- Oversized Nerf Guns- Learning from Laura Kampf- Building a Long Board- Camera Hacks- Beauty Tricks for Maker Girls- Flying... and so much moreThis is the 10th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page.You can follow Alice's adventures here, here, and here:YouTube - Alice TyrellInstagram -  @Alice_Tyrell_Patreon - Alice TyrellTwitter - @Coatduck Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Heat of the Moment
Tinkering with Tuk Tuks: How One Sri Lankan Engineer is Transforming his Community and Local Economy

Heat of the Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 17:40


Converting to electric vehicles is an important part of the quest to eliminate carbon pollution and stabilize the atmosphere. It's estimated that globally the transportation sector contributes about or about one fifth of all global emissions; three quarters of that comes from road travel. And it's not just CO2 emissions that are on people's minds when they think about converting, it's also clean air and less sound pollution, and greater economic potential. On today's episode we hear first from Todd Watkins, the Director of Transportation for Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland. He discusses how the Montgomery County Public School system is changing their fleet of fourteen-hundred buses to electric, over the next fourteen years.Our featured guest Sasiranga de Silva is an engineer and lecturer at the University of Moratuwa. De Silva has developed a conversion kit that converts two-stroke tuk tuks to electric, improving the health and wellbeing of his community and creating cost savings for local drivers. Interested in learning more in the runup to COP26, the United Nations climate conference? We're offering free access to an FP Analytics briefing called “Firm Zero-Emission Power.” Normally that's only available to FP Insider subscribers, but you can read the report for free by submitting your email. Go to https://foreignpolicy.com/cop26 to learn more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Anne Briggs

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 56:32


 Do you love Old Fashion Tools, Fluffy Butts and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Dividers then sits down with Farmer, Builder and Educator Anne of All Trades.Anne, known as Anne of All Trades, is a farmer, builder, and educator intent on preserving disappearing life skills.  10 years ago, with very little prior knowledge of farming or building things, she set out on a journey to become more involved in every aspect of her life, to get out of the tech industry, to leave the city, and to encourage folks to join her in the pursuit of something better.  Now she and her husband Adam live on acreage in Nashville, TN where she's raising and selling dairy, beef, eggs, building heirloom quality furniture, and has made a career teaching people disappearing life skills.  When we're not in the middle of a pandemic, Anne travels the country teaching about all kinds of things from regenerative farming to woodworking to building small businesses to growing a social media following.  She's currently building a school on their farm in TN where she'll do more of the same both in person and online.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Traditional Making- Cultural Heritage Sites- Popular Grove Plantation- Self Sufficient Homesteads- Driving Live Stock across State Lines- Learning Versus Using Skills- The Myth of Singular Focus - David Epstein's Book "Range"- Jack of All Trades- What you can learn Carving a Spoon - Embracing Different Abilities - The School of All Trades- The Importance of the Journey- Using what you have to get what you need- Annoyance of Planned Obsolescence - Benefits of Old Cars... and so much moreThis is the 9th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page.You can follow Anne's adventures here, here, and here:Website - AnneofallTradesYouTube - Anne of all TradesInstagram -  @AnneofAllTradesPatreon - Anne of All TradesTo learn amazing skills head to School of All Trades.    If you want to support the School Build you can :- Join Anne and her team for one of their Live online Woodworking Classes or Seminars on Business Building.  - Take one of their Downloadable Courses Support the show

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Thea Ulrich

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 49:21


 Do you love Metal Fabrication, Aerial Artistry and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science,  Seekers of Science) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about the Aerial Cube then sits down with Fabricator, Aerialist, Metal Worker and Maker Extraordinaire Thea Ulrich.Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- LA Loft Living- Jessi Combs - Makers for Jessi- Manifesting Towards a Singular Goal- Babes Ride out - Taser Garters and (Wo)man Spreading- The Science of Mortal Combat with Nerdist- Importance of Creating a Safe Space for Creativity- Importance of Consulting with Experts - Designing & Fabricating for YouTube Stars- Being a Self Taught Engineer and Inventor- Hobart Welding School- Aerial Arts Apparatuses- The Trio Challenge- World Record Breaking Technology with Mark Rober- The Jessi Combs Foundation- Having a Sense of Agency in what you Create-  Real Deal Revolution - Pop Culture Defying Builds with Kyle Hill-  Running Away with the Circus... and so much moreThis is the 8th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page.You can follow Thea's adventures here, here, and here:Website - Thea UlrichYouTube - Thea UlrichInstagram -  @TheaUlrichIMDB - Thea UlrichMusic for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

The Insight Interviews - Powered by Rewire
Jeffrey Foot: Always Be Tinkering

The Insight Interviews - Powered by Rewire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 31:40


“Footy” is the enneagram 7, type B personality, along-for-the-adventure kinda guy. One of the best opportunities he's had is leading all the magicians & technicians at Trick & Mortar, the creative studio that tricks all the right boxes. His creative journey started while crafting promos, trailers, and brand anthems for broadcast networks. Personally, Footy loves building production teams and elevating their process. Now, he encourages their growth and cheerleads them to reach their own potential. He believes that their success is measured by the unique culture and lifestyle they create together. In this episode Jason and Footy discuss:Elevate, Replicate, DelegateShifting with the trendAlways be tinkeringGetting around obstacles and challenges  Key Takeaways: Elevate - find somebody that's better than you at doing the task. Replicate your successes. Delegate the work. Everything is always shifting and moving, you need to always ask yourself how you are going to shape your business and your life to keep up with the changes. Shift and bend with the changes by allowing yourself and your team to always be tinkering.  “How do you lead to the point where everyone else is taking ownership of the culture and experience you created? You plus them and the idea that you created and the system that you've made - it just launches it into something that's brand new that you couldn't do by yourself. How do you engage the people that are working with you to make that really awesome exponential explosion?” - Jeffrey Foot Connect with Jeffrey Foot:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tricknmortar/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trickandmortarWebsite: http://trickandmortar.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jfooty/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: grow@rewireinc.com  Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it. 

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson
Tinkering Belles - Lindsay Zuelich

Tinkering Belles with Tamara Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 43:12


 Do you love Magic, Home Improvement and general Maker Shop Talk?  If so, join Tamara Robertson (Mythbusters, Maker Science, Seekers of Science ) as she kicks off with a Tech Talk about Hot Air Balloons then sits down with DIYer, Magician, Woodworker and Maker Extraordinaire Lindsay Zuelich (Wood Brain).Topics they cover include (but are surely not limited to):- Hot Air Balloons- WoodBrain the Band- YouTube as a Business- Creating a Maker Podcast- Planning to NOT Hijack a Hot Air Balloon- Improving Makers Happy Hour with IsoTunes- Inheriting Her Father's Shop- Free Pantry Build- Adorable Dog Snores- Utilitarian Making versus Content Creation- Impact Drivers- Tool Hoarding and why it is OK- Movies I shouldn't have seen as a kid- Makers Happy Hour Podcast- The SnapOn Guy- Maker Inspiration- Creepers who visit from the Internet- Lithium Ion Batteries and Mythbusters- Making your Content work for you- iPhones and Airpods- Learning from other Content Creators... and so much moreThis is the 7th episode of Tinkering Belles and you're surely not going to want to miss it!So join in on Tamara's adventure as a Maker as she works to amplify the BAMF Females Behind the Builds one interview at a time!  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you a visual person who needs to see all the cool moments?  Head over to the "Tinkering Belles" Playlist on Youtube to see all the fun behind the scenes moments from this episode! If you enjoyed the show join in on the Maker adventure with Tamara and her guests on the Tinkering Belles Instagram page.You can follow Lindsay's adventures here, here, and here:YouTube - Wood BrainInstagram -  @Wood_BrainPodcast - The Makers Happy HourFacebook - Wood Brain by Lindsay Zuelich Podcast - The Makers Happy HourLindsay & Craig Interview TamaraUltimate Garage Makeover Music for this Episode was provided by Bill Trowell Music.  Visit BillTrowellMusic.com to hear more and to subscribe to Bill's Patreon, where he covers favorite showtunes, movie themes, classic rock and jazz, as well as requests from Patron's. Support the show

Kaila Falcon's Ambiences and Such!
Tinkering with Tony Stark || Marvel Ambience [Read Desc!]

Kaila Falcon's Ambiences and Such!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 24:33


--Please Read!-- Just a friendly reminder that if you'd like to support the content I create, feel free to check out my Linktree! Any sort of monetary support goes DIRECTLY back into creating content that we all can enjoy! My Linktree: https://linktr.ee/Kaila_Falcon. --Story-- You've always liked to tinker. And so does a certain friend of yours. Spending the afternoon together, you and Tony Stark work side by side, creating the next genius idea the both of you can come up with. Jamming out to some rock n' roll hits and drinking some caffeinated energy drinks to stay alert, the afternoon quickly becomes the evening and evening becomes a very late night. It was worth it though. What did you manage to create? --Info-- I own no rights to any sounds used in this video! I simply just compiled them into this soundscape! The image is also not mine! This audio is great to play in the background to help study, or simply relax! --My Socials-- My Linktree (Containing the below socials + other neat stuff!) https://linktr.ee/Kaila_Falcon @Kaila_Falcon (Wattpad) https://www.wattpad.com/user/Kaila_Falcon @all_things_aviation (Spotify. My playlists!) https://open.spotify.com/user/all_things_aviation @Kaila_Falcon (Pinterest) https://www.pinterest.ca/Kaila_Falcon/boards/ --Sound Credits-- Some auto shop/construction sound effects in this video are from https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNqkbzMvO5LPzJR_GLXoWuA. I also used sound effects from this video: https://youtu.be/lqpSSDufxj0. All credits go to their individual works!

News Items Podcast with John Ellis
‘Tinkering with the Building Blocks of Life,' with Jane Metcalfe

News Items Podcast with John Ellis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 28:45


John interviews Jane Metcalfe, the former president and cofounder of Wired magazine, about her fascinating career: from cofounding Wired, to cofounding a chocolate factory, and most recently, founding Neo.life. As Jane tells John, Neo.life is an online magazine about “engineering life,” or, “what happens when you bring an engineering mindset to biology.” It covers the most promising research in genomics, synthetic biology, 3-D printing and artificial intelligence, and it makes the case for a new field Jane calls “neobiology.” As she explained to MobiHealthNews, “We [are at] the dawn of what I call the neobiological revolution, which I define as the accelerating movement of ways to use technology and biology to alter the human race.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.