Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Ian Baronofsky, Blake Patterson, and Carrington Vanston Topic: Retro networking, episode 1 We talk about things the word "networking" evokes in the context of old computers. Transferring files between computers, reaching (sort of) the modern internet, networking socially, etc. Retro Computing News: Sir Clive Sinclair (Guardian) Arctic Adventure Captain 80 Book of BASIC Adventures Disk imaging with an oscilloscope (VCF Midwest) PAL-1, a KIM-1 clone kit Yellowstone: Ready for Takeoff Apple drive compatibility chart BlueSCSI RaSCSI Defender for the CoCo 3 Glen Hewlett's video of Defender on the CoCo 3 Vintage Computer commercial: MCI Mail Sinclair QL Retro Computing Gift Idea: BackBit chip tester Auction Picks: Blake: Time Bandit for the Sanyo MBC-550/555 by MichTron See also: Bytecellar post about Time Bandit on the MBC 550 Tandy 10 Business Computer System See also: Tandy 10 Business Computer System (Wikipedia) See also: Tandy 10 Business Computer System (trs-80.org) Carrington: Apple ethernet NB card Vintage computer logo edge-lit signs: Acorn Vintage computer logo edge-lit signs: Apple II Ian: 3.5 Floppy Drive Cleaner TRS-80 Model III and IV equipment, including newly designed power supplies SWTP tapes See also: Look Mum No Computer (this particular video features SWTP) San Diego user group zines Paul: G4 Cube power supply Copy IIPC Option Board Sidereal Corp. Micronet 12 message terminal See also: Review of Micronet 12 in Data Communications, Dec 1983 Feedback/Discussion: @rcrpodcast on Twitter Vintage Computer Forum RCR Podcast on Facebook Throwback Network Throwback Network on Facebook Intro / Closing Song: Back to Oz by John X Show audio files hosted by CyberEars Listen/Download:
Dayla Miller and Anna Steadland both transferred to MSUM, but for different reasons. They join us on the MSUM Dragons Podcast today to talk about how the move to Moorhead has impacted them and how they're impacting others on their youthful team who didn't get to compete last season.
Medicine, Marriage, and Money Group Coaching for women physicians who want to learn how to fight LESS, love MORE, and invest SMARTER is now closed for enrollment! If you want to join us next time, get on my waitlist here! Until then, I am still offering a few 1:1 coaching spots for those who are seriously interested in stopping all marital arguments in 5 minutes or less. If you are ready to take your relationship to the next level, sign up here! Who would you be if you felt less misunderstood by your spouse and more appreciated in your marriage? No time is better than now and no investment is as valuable as this investment in yourself. WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE Medicine: Working in an underserved community in Houston Working alongside her sister, a 9 month age difference! Transferring from Texas Tech to Baylor in Houston Married the first semester in medical school What it was like to do a residency with her sister Marriage: Why she married her complete opposite How they met How he asked permission to date her (respectful to Iranian culture) Why she fell in love with his calm & mature presence Having independent space and coming together with things they have in common How do you want to feel and who do you want to be Children Why she starting fighting with her child from 2 weeks old for 10 years When she took out her white flag and started working on herself How she stopped taking her actions to heart Why she started to name her child's superpowers How she consciously parents The awakened family Money: When she thought money is evil and having money is greedy Shifting from money brings problems to... Money brings you the freedom of time When and why hire a housekeeper & meal service Extra: What was Post-call fatigue for 4 years How she felt completely disconnected from her head and body Why living in anger, frustrations and irritability is a thing of the past TAKE HOME POINTS FROM DR. SOGOL PAHLAVAN For 7 years, they each had their own goals and were supportive of each other. Everything was going great until the children! Creating a business, husband's stuff, lost all-time for self. Write down all the qualities you want to change: controlling, angry, judged, irritable, angry, frustrated, not a listener (Her husband knew all these things for 20 years…) and figure out how you will change them! 99% of our suffering is caused by... The second half of our lives: not a rinse and repeat of the first half. It will not be hustle or grit for bigger homes and cars...we are not chasing Children are our biggest teachers. Don't ever break your child's spirit. WALK AWAY ASKING YOURSELF Do I allow myself to feel my feelings. How do you want to feel? How do you want to be? Does being controlling get me what I want? What can I delegate more of? What within me triggered me? FEATURED ON THIS SHOW Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pahlavansogolmd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drsogol_mindfulliving/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mindfulness-coaching-for-female-minority-physicians
A small London based crypto asset trading platform called DeversiFi got quite a shock two weeks ago when it mistakenly paid out a $24m fee to a large crypto miner. Transferring crypto deposits generates a fee, known in the industry as a “gas fee”, to compensate miners for the computing energy used to verify transactions on the blockchain. DeversiFi should have paid out around $5, but instead transferred 23.7 million dollars due to an error in their code.A few fat finger errors like this in the crypto space have made it into the press in recent months. Compound another DeFi project accidentally handed tokens worth $90m to its users and its owner threatened to report the recipients to the IRS before later backing down. Alchemix - another DeFi protocol forgave 4.8 million dollars of borrowers' loans prematurely, essentially giving them free money. Once again, almost everyone returned the funds once the error was pointed out.Most modern trading software has built in controls to prevent huge fat finger mistakes from occurring. This protects both traders and brokerages from the losses that can come from these mistakes. In addition exchanges have rules in place to allow traders to request cancellation of fat finger errors. Most exchanges require you to request a cancellation within thirty minutes of the trades execution.So, for today's video let's look at some of the biggest fat finger mistakes in recent market history and see what lessons we can learn. Patrick's Books:Statistics For The Trading Floor: https://amzn.to/3eerLA0Derivatives For The Trading Floor: https://amzn.to/3cjsyPFCorporate Finance: https://amzn.to/3fn3rvC Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/PatrickBoyleOnFinanceVisit our website: www.onfinance.orgFollow Patrick on Twitter Here: https://twitter.com/PatrickEBoylePatrick Boyle On Finance YouTube Channel Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/PatrickBoyleOnFinance)
This Weeks Lineup:Warmup SegmentListener Question: Coach demands players be on time, but coach isn't ready on time. What can we do? (@9:29)Paige's Power Play (@16:57)Speed isn't everything when it comes to pitching. (@23:56)Negativity is spoiling the game and is not making the negative person feel any better. (@34:32)A young coach is having trouble getting her pitchers to perform in games as well as they do in practice. (@43:21)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/everythingfastpitch)
Join us as we sit down with Patent Attorney, J. Curtis Edmondson, to discuss intellectual property, what it is, and common issues that clients face in divorce and estate planning cases. In this podcast, Curtis and Steve discuss the following:• Understanding What Constitutes Intellectual Property • Issues That Can Arise When Dividing Copyrights, Patents, Trademarks and Trade Secrets in Divorce. • How Licenses and Assignments of Intellectual Property Are Considered in Divorce. • Transferring & Dividing Intellectual Property During a Divorce, or by Will or Trust. • Valuing Intellectual Property in a Divorce or Estate Plan. • Accumulating Intellectual Property by Spouse. • Pre-Marital Agreements Regarding Intellectual Property. If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200 or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com/To learn more about how Curtis can help you, you can view his website at: www.edmolaw.comDisclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.
Reducing hospital mortality is crucial to improve care and meet stringent reporting and reimbursement requirements. Improvements involve a complex effort involving multiple areas in the organization. On this episode, we continue our series on mortality by focusing on transfer centers and admissions as factors in reducing mortality. Guest speaker: Steve Meurer, PhD, MBA, MHS Executive Principal Data Science and Member Insights Vizient Moderator: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Principal Clinical Operations and Quality Vizient Show Notes: [00:35] Risk adjusted mortality: focusing on one factor can make a difference [02:13] Transferring patients [02:40] Example: using telehealth instead of transfers for stroke patients [03:16] Example: developing a co-management program [04:08] Example: mini-ICU in the ER [04:39] Example: in-hospital mortality for sepsis patients [05:33] Supportive care for the dying patient Links | Resources: To contact Modern Practice: email@example.com Steve Meurer's contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org To contact Tom regarding mortality reduction: email@example.com Mortality Measures Hospital-Specific Reports (CMS) Click here Selected Best Practices and Suggestions for Improvement – Mortality (AHRQ) Click here Variation in US Hospital Mortality Rates for Patients Admitted With COVID-19 During the First 6 Months of the Pandemic (JAMA Internal Medicine) Click here Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Spotify Android Google Podcasts Stitcher RSS Feed
In today's BetterWealth episode, I have on the show Nick Aube, an expert on Risk Transfer and Risk Management. Many people spend their life building wealth, but find that their wealth isn't protected. While not the most exciting topic, if you don't do this you could lose everything. Listen as I talk with Nick about Risk Transfer Strategies of shifting and managing risk through umbrella insurance and how the framework should properly protect our wealth while not overpaying. #BETTERWEALTH For more information on BetterWealth or the content you hear on the Podcast visit us at http://www.betterwealth.com/podcast (www.betterwealth.com/podcast). Guest Bio: Protecting your wealth and lifestyle should be intentional. It should involve taking a purposeful look at the Risk Transfer Strategies you've previously used, evaluating their effectiveness and efficiency, and providing proper guidance. Today's Risk Transfer Strategies are not always designed to correctly protect everyone's wealth and lifestyle. We believe in staying informed. Everything we do at RISK MNGR is designed to bring timely insight and information. We provide our clients with simple and continually evolving Risk Transfer Strategies for any intentionally built success and lifestyle you can live today. Guest Links: Structure Your Insurance Umbrella: https://riskmngr.ac-page.com/intro (https://riskmngr.ac-page.com/intro) Notes/Video Message on links and checklist: https://avery-insurance.dubb.com/v/4EqX9b?from_email=1 (https://avery-insurance.dubb.com/v/4EqX9b?from_email=1) Home page link: | http://www.riskmngr.com/ (www.riskmngr.com) Intro to the Guide | https://riskmngr.ac-page.com/intro (https://riskmngr.ac-page.com/intro) The Guide | https://riskmngr.ac-page.com/guide (https://riskmngr.ac-page.com/guide)
What would happen to your business if you found yourself in a health crisis, flat on your back for weeks or even months? Would your business allow you the time + space to heal without imploding? Our guest on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast is Clockwork superstar, Heather Prestanski, Founder and Creative Director at Comfortable Dwelling. Heather shares how a major health crisis brought her to Clockwork and how trusting the Clockwork process helped her gain time + space. Topics Heather + Julie discuss in this episode: Using your catalyst to Clockwork as fuel instead of an excuse Transferring creative projects from the start of clockworking How time tracking provides valuable insight for gaining time + space Heather has been committed to consistent clockworking and is reaping the rewards! She graduated from the Clockwork Accelerator program in record time, took a completely unplugged vacation, and has reduced the hours she works exponentially! What a fantastic example! If you're ready to break free from the hiring + firing cycle and want support doing so, we'd love to work with you! You can apply for our Accelerator program at clockworkaccelerator.com. You will also get instant access to a free, private training all about “How to take your 4 week vacation in the next 12 months” which dives deep into how to design your business + team that runs itself.
Trauma as “a bodily injury, wound or shock; a painful emotional experience that often produces a lasting psychic effect.” Satan takes advantage of an unsettling trauma to gain a foothold. Jesus delivered us from the tyrannical dominion of darkness. Transferring us from a dark oppression to a Kingdom of light and freedom. On this podcast receive deliverance and freedom from trauma! www.christianharvestintl.org Submit questions or topics that you would like Becca to cover or discuss on her podcast at this link: https://form.jotform.com/211334927465054
Transferring a career's worth of knowledge and experience to a younger person is a tall order. Is it even possible, or do they have to live it themselves? Do we have an obligation to at least try before our knowledge leaves the industry? What are some of the challenges we face in trying to do this? Matt Fanslow joins me on the show to discuss this & more.Website- https://autodiagpodcast.com/Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/223994012068320
Jeff is joined by a roundtable of guests to discuss the problem with mass transfers. 01:49 Not following Rick Barnes to Texas 19:23 Mid-major schools being afraid of talent getting plucked 29:57 What can coaches do to curtail this? 36:36 Coaches poaching players is wrong Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Saturday, September 18th, 2021. Goodman & Hummel is powered by LinkedIn. Go to LinkedIn.com/Good to get your first job posting for free!
I went home to help my 70-year old mother take care of my 91-year old grandmother, who'd been in a nursing home for a year and a half during COVID. Grandma Trudie was extremely debilitated, and could only bear her body weight when she first came home. She could not pick up her feet to even step side-to-side or pivot - which had the potential to put a lot of work on my Mom's back until Grandma Trudie regained some of the strength in her legs.. In this episode, I share a 3-part series on Alzheimer's Care. When your loved one is as debilitated as my grandmother, you can't move her from place to place easily. 3 Tips for Transferring & Getting Dressed ✔️ Tip 1: Consolidate Movement to Minimize Risk of Injury Thinking through moves from bed to chair; with bedside commode stop in between. Lining up and minimizing the number of transitions Do as many steps in getting dressed or undressed while sitting, then moved her, Getting her into bed to lie down with one movement ✔️ Tip 2: Using a Hospital Bed: It Goes UP for a reason Lowest position when getting in or out of bed Save Your Back – Roll the bed up as high as you need it to be to provide care Use Side rails when bed is being used. ✔️ Tip 3: The Power of the Rolling Side to Side To get her brief on She could help by grabbing the siderails – doubles as good exercise! (You can check out the Part 2 & 3 episode where you found this one.) Part 2: 3 Tips to Shampoo Hair in Sitting in a Chair Part 3: 3 Tips for Eating and Drinking at Home. If you have questions, comments, or need help, please feel free to drop a one-minute audio or video clip and email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will get back to you by recording an answer to your question. About Melissa Batchelor, Ph.D., RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN: I earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing ('96) and Master of Science in Nursing ('00) as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) School of Nursing (SON). I genuinely enjoy working with the complex medical needs of older adults. I worked full-time for five years as FNP in geriatric primary care across many long-term care settings (skilled nursing homes, assisted living, home, and office visits), then transitioned into academic nursing in 2005, joining the faculty at UNCW SON as a lecturer. I obtained my Ph.D. in Nursing and a post-master's Certificate in Nursing Education from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing ('11). I then joined the faculty at Duke University School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. My family moved to northern Virginia in 2015 and led to me joining the George Washington University (GW) School of Nursing faculty in 2018 as a (tenured) Associate Professor. I am also the Director of the GW Center for Aging, Health, and Humanities. Please find out more about her work at https://melissabphd.com/.
Changing the World, Authenticity, and It's PossibleIn this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to Jennifer Banwart, U.S. Senate Candidate for North Carolina. Jennifer talks about what it's like running for Senate and what all compelled her to get into politics. She also touches on her college experience and the bold personal decision she made to build herself a valuable foundation. Additionally, we get to hear about Jennifer's experience with the NSA, her decision to leave the government, and how she went from living a private life to being up front in the public eye. QUOTES “Intelligence is messy. People have to be comfortable with that if they're going to thrive in it.” - Jennifer Banwart [46:53] “You can see that if you start to do things in a certain way, other people will start to do things a certain way and eventually you're changing the world. And you have to believe that that is true. It's possible.” - Jennifer Banwart [67:34] “I've always tried to be kind, as much as I could. And sometimes my kindness has been mistaken for weakness and I'm not afraid to come out and show it when I need to. But I've always tried to come from a place of remembering my manners, respecting other people, being humble and believing that there's something bigger than me, but be firm. Be pragmatic, but be firm.”– Jennifer Banwart [71:45] TIMESTAMPS [00:04] Intro [03:09] Shana and Jennifer [06:25] Working for and Leaving the Government [08:36] Family Meetings and Listening [11:03] Growing Up and Family [16:54] Early Interest in Politics [18:34] Deciding on College [21:25] American University [24:17] Nyla Technology Solutions [24:50] Energy and Bob Dole's Campaign [27:57] Transferring to Whitman [32:04] Work After College [35:16] Student Debt [35:54] Meeting Recruiters and Deciding [37:24] Marriage and Having Children [38:17] Interviewing at NSA and CIA [39:10] Jennifer's Career at NSA [44:40] National Counterterrorism Center [46:59] Jennifer's Christmas Card [48:01] Running for Senate [52:13] Moderate Republican [54:27] It's Possible [59:40] Overview of Jennifer's Campaign [67:47] Private Life to Public Eye [70:48] Wrap Up Questions [77:57] Outro RESOURCES https://www.defense.gov/ (U.S. Department of Defense) https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Secretary_of_Defense_Medal_for_Valor (Secretary of Defense Medal for Valor) https://ncsu-las.org/ (Laboratory for Analytic Sciences) https://www.ncsu.edu/ (NC State University) https://www.casio.com/products (Casio) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083413/ (Family Ties) https://www.sesamestreet.org/ (Sesame Street) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066651/ (The Electric Company) https://www.whitehouse.gov/about-the-white-house/presidents/ronald-reagan/ (Ronald Reagan) https://joffrey.org/ (Joffrey Ballet) https://www.nyu.edu/ (NYU) https://www.american.edu/ (American University) https://history.house.gov/People/Detail/13850 (Newt Gingrich) https://www.bobdole.org/ (Bob Dole) https://www.urbanoutfitters.com/?ref=logo (Urban Outfitters) https://washington.org/dc-insider-newsletter (DC Insider) https://www.whitman.edu/ (Whitman College) https://www.python.org/ (Python) http://www.sqlcourse.com/intro.html (SQL) https://www.olivegarden.com/home (Olive Garden) https://www.cia.gov/ (CIA) https://www.nsa.gov/ (NSA) https://www.dni.gov/index.php/nctc-home (National Counterterrorism Center) https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelleiter/ (Michael Leiter) https://www.burr.senate.gov/ (Senator Burr) https://www.fec.gov/ (Federal Election Commission) https://www.nelsonmandela.org/ (Nelson Mandela) https://tim.blog/about/ (Tim Ferriss) https://www.cruz.senate.gov/ (Ted Cruz) https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/resource/cold-war-history/vaclav-havel (Václav Havel) RELEVANT LINKS https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenbanwartjen4sennc/ (Jennifer Banwart) on LinkedIn https://twitter.com/jen4sennc?lang=en (Jennifer Banwart) on...
Here we are with another question and answer episode. On this jumble episode, I answer a question about soemone's obsession about their voice and how to deal with tension around their vocal cords when it impacts their ability to perform (8:50). Next, I discuss how someone can, could, or should… Continue reading The post Vocal tension OCD, what to say to my HOCD thoughts, and transferring my obsessions to my partner appeared first on FearCast Podcast.
Here we are with another question and answer episode. On this jumble episode, I answer a question about soemone's obsession about their voice and how to deal with tension around their vocal cords when it impacts their ability to perform (8:50). Next, I discuss how someone can, could, or should… Continue reading The post Vocal tension OCD, what to say to my HOCD thoughts, and transferring my obsessions to my partner appeared first on FearCast Podcast.
In this episode of LIGHT TALK, The Lumen Brothers discuss everything from Transferring light data between incompatible controllers to The Farkel Family. Join Steve, Zak, and David as they pontificate about: RIP Charlie Watts and Don Everly; The Studio School of Design's fall classes; Adam Honore' Swag; What happened to show jackets?; The weirdest thing we ever controlled on a lighting console; Isadora vs. QLab; Moving shows with incompatible controllers; What Shakespeare thought about the pandemic; Is Pass/Fail a better metric of evaluation for student artists?; Should students decide what the school productions should be?; and Our most embarrassing moments in the theatre. Nothing is Taboo, Nothing is Sacred, and Very Little Makes Sense.
As educators, we know the importance of making sure our students feel safe. Their learning depends on it. But we often forget that the success of our students depends on our teachers and school staff members feeling safe and heard, too. It's only with the safety of our teachers that they can show up fully for the students they're charged with supporting. This week on the podcast, Michael Vargas of Lead By Impact and I talk about how the psychological safety of our teachers transfers over the safety and success of our students. Because with that safety, teachers are likelier to share ideas and strategies, and are more open-minded and understanding. I hope you'll tune in and think about how you can facilitate more open conversations in your own schools and create a structure around collaboration and sharing. About Michael Vargas: Michael is an international facilitator with nearly 10 years of experience. Utilizing his Master in Clinical Psychology, improv, and design thinking background Michael facilitates workshops and speaks to organizations on developing collaborative and productive team cultures. Lead By Impact supports teams to develop psychological safety, building trust, and effective communication. They have worked with organizations like Dropbox, Salesforce, Kaiser Permanente, ACLU, Evergreen Middle School, the County of San Diego, and many more. Jump in the Conversation: [1:56] What is psychological safety [3:34] Schools evolving for all learners [3:56] What prevents teachers from speaking up [8:59] Ways schools can start these conversations with teachers and create safety [14:23] Transferring this idea to students and to life in general [15:55] Clarity in structure and process [21:33] Us vs. Them is an opportunity for clarity [23:26] Tools to help teachers move beyond the traditional landscape [26:06] Setting the soil to help this idea grow [30:49] How to reframe if no one has questions [32:29] The deep wisdom of nurturing people's intuition [35:06] Turbo Time Questions [46:18] Michael's magic wand [49:45] Maureen's takeaways Link Building a Psychologically Safe Workplace--Amy Edmondson's TEDx talk Thinking Fast and Slow by Nobel Peace prize winner Daniel Kahneman Link to Psychological Safety Infographic from Lead by Impact Episode 61: Examining Polarity Thinking with Lindsay Y. Burr Maureen's TEDx talk: Changing My Mind to Change our Schools Email Maureen Maureen's Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools TEDx talk The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution EdActive Collective Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep
Patrice Rene is trying to do something not many Canadians have done… play in the NFL.He's one of the few NCAA college football players from Canada. After playing for the University of North Carolina he has recently transferred to Rutgers and will be playing for the Scarlet Knights for his final college season before making the jump to the pros. He's already been drafted in the 2021 CFL in the third round by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and is a 2022 NFL Draft Prospect.Patrice was born in Port Au Prince, Haiti and moved to Ottawa when he was two. He's doing his best to put his city on the map through his play on the field and his business endeavors off it. He recently started a sports agency for Canadian athletes, ‘Sports Mxn' with his best friends back in Ottawa.WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT2:10 - Growing up in Ottawa and falling in love with football11:19 - The importance of family in Patrice's life15:12 - The football scene in Ottawa23:38 - Moving away from Ottawa to go play high school football in Virginia and getting recruited36:53 - Playing for UNC and tearing his ACL in his senior season55:24 - Coming back from injury and playing his last season at UNC58:38 - Transferring to Rutgers1:07:37 - The day to day life of a NCAA Division 1 football player1:12:47 - NIL from a student athletes perspective and the sports agency Patrice has started with his friendsFOLLOW PATRICEInstagram - @PatriceRene_ Twitter - @PatriceRene_FOLLOW SPORTS MXNhttps://www.sportsmxn.com/Instagram - @SportsMxnIncFOLLOW JACOBhttps://www.jacobkelly.ca/YouTube - Jacob KellyInstagram - @TheJacobKellyFOLLOW MY SOCIAL LIFEhttps://www.jacobkelly.ca/mysociallifeFOLLOW TRUFANhttps://www.trufan.ioInstagram - @Trufan.ioMUSICSong: Tough Love - Joakim Karudhttps://soundcloud.com/joakimkarudhttps://www.facebook.com/joakimkarudmusichttps://www.youtube.com/user/JoakimKarudMusic from SoundcloudMusic provided by RFM:https://youtu.be/jaoStyAQN4o
In this episode of LIGHT TALK, The Lumen Brothers discuss everything from Bad Habits to "Painters on Parade"! Join Steve, Driscoll , and David as they pontificate about: Soft versions of Germany; "Trisket", "Crisco", or "Chrystal"... who is the REAL Driscoll Otto?; Transferring to another IATSE local; Taking over design programs without stepping on toes; Helping to steer the boat; What's in David's Bible?; Dee Darwin; How to get back into The Grind; Better habits for the theatre; Yoga with Driscoll; David's pathetic planking; The last fog machine you'll ever need; How long till we go back to virtual learning?; and Tips for being successful in doing the Voodoo, that we do. Nothing is Taboo, Nothing is Sacred, and Very Little Makes Sense.
Today's episode is beneficial to most listeners looking at transferring your retirement annuity from an insurance company to an index or unit trust provider. Warren Ingram also answers questions around bond refinancing, where to invest the financial difference and what to consider when doing it.Questions/ Topics: Should I move my retirement annuity over to an investment company and is it worth paying the fees/ tax involved?Understanding bond refinancing, where to invest the financial difference and what to consider when doing it Have any questions? Don't forget to send questions through to our WhatsApp on (+27) 72 934 4218. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Financial Freedom content: @HonestMoneyPod
Hall of Famer Troy Aikman joins Trent to share his journey from high school to Super Bowl champion, beginning with the nerves he dealt with before his first varsity start, his recruiting experience and his issues with how it's done now, and the obstacles he overcame at Oklahoma that led to his transfer to UCLA. Aikman delves into the highs and lows of being drafted first overall and then going 0-11 as a rookie, his definition of leadership, and what it means to be a #girldad.
Sukkah 40 A. Why is Lulav subject to Sheviit? Food and anything where consumption and benefit coincide are subject. Excludes burning wood Includes palms for a broom or lulav Tanna Kamma - Excludes laundering/soaking and burning wood (consumption & benefit do not coincide) R. Yose – all use is included except for a bandage B. Transferring shevi'it kedusha to money Sponsored by Muriel and Alexander Seligson
I've been asked time and time again how I got to where I am currently in my career - which is a story I can never answer in a succinct way. My long & winding career story starts with my little dream of being a talk show host when I was in elementary school, and unfolds in a story with many chapters. This is Part 1 - everything up to my college graduation, including how I started my international nonprofit & transferred to Brown University.
If Florida's defense is going to rebound from a disappointing 2020 season, the group will have to come together much better than they did last season. David Waters breaks down what Todd Grantham, Kaiir Elam, and Mohamoud Diabate had to say about the defense's growth so far and how certain players help are helping in the process. JOIN Gators Breakdown Plus: https://gatorsbreakdown.supportingcast.fm/ Get Gators Breakdown merch: https://gatorsbreakdownmerch.com Get 20% OFF MANSCAPED + Free Shipping with promo code GATORSBREAK at https://www.manscaped.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 2—The Steve Gruber Show— Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice— I am Fierce and Fearless— I am here to tell the truth—and if that offends you—I have to be honest—I don't care—somebody has to tell it to you straight—I'm the guy— Here are three big Things you need to know right now— Three— Rashida Tlaib wants to give away a lot more free stuff— and is pushing hard to give people a pass on electric bills—water bills—and even internet bills—yep—its all free all the time anymore— Two— Richard Trumpka one of the last old timey labor bosses is dead today—the head of the AFL-CIO—apparently suffered a major heart attack yesterday—and collapsed—he was 72— One— The CDC—and its massive power grab is just a political stunt to buy time for the Democrats—to get more people on board with more government checks—that is what President Biden is now admitting— The President among those that openly admit in fact—the CDC has no such power—and cannot issue moratoriums impacting private contracts between private citizens—telling one side they do not need to pay rent—or pay their mortgage—while landlords go broke— It is the most monumental political stunt we may have ever witnessed in the United States—an almost unknown—unelected bureaucrat—CDC Director Rochelle Wollensky who just a few days ago admitted herself the agency could not interfere with private contracts—has now reversed course—and commandeered billions of dollars—of private property owned by American citizens— By declaring an extension to a moratorium on people paying rent or mortgages—the CDC—is telling landlords—they actually have no control over their own private property—and is telling them—if they try to collect the rent—they can be fined $250,000 and thrown into jail for a year— First—the President—admitting the truth— The CDC continuing to insert itself into private rental contracts, effectively transferring control of private property from the lawful owner to the renter, is possibly the most socialist action our government has taken in decades and without an act of Congress!
Brenda Pontiff is a Six Sigma trained, client-facing business development executive bringing Big 4 sales strategies to global law firms. She is the managing principal of Partner Track Academy and provides management consulting. as well as sales coaching and workshop facilitation. to help individual lawyers, as well as firms, improve client satisfaction while increasing revenues. Brenda is also the Senior Marketer Liaison for the Los Angeles Steering Committee of the Legal Marketing Association. Links: www.partnertrackacademy.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/brenda-pontiff-59284515/ email@example.com
Vover's own former professional footballer, Jordan Stewart, & former NFL Linebacker, Dan Skuta, are joined by an old teammate of Dan's from the Jacksonville Jaguars, Peyton Thompson. He joins the guys to discuss his process of being an undrafted free agent and how his football journey has helped shape his career off the field today. Peyton talks about his experience of getting into the real estate world and also the work he is doing with his Player's Reach Foundation. And as always, Jordan & Dan ask Peyton the most controversial question on this show: Which sport is harder, American football or English football? Hosts: Jordan Stewart, Daniel SkutaGuest: Peyton ThompsonVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!
Grit, Resilient, and empathetic, Jeff was a second generation Filipino immigrant born and raised in Ewa Beach, HI. Now in Portland, OR seeking undergrad in Marketing at the University of Portland. I didn't really think about my Filipino identity in high school until I started going to college. Transferring from the island to the mainland I had a sort of being home sick and cultural shock of the new environment around me. From the new changes within me as a person I didn't feel like my true self. He didn't start understanding my Filipino identity until I joined FASA (Filipino American Student Alliance) which allowed me to go back to my filipino roots and learn more about my identity in the Philippines. Now, I am the Marketing Manager for FASA SA UP. On the side, I really love exploring new places with my friends, going to the beach and making tik toks. You can follow Jeff on instagram @jefferyyy_ and also @fasasaup to join along his adventures! About: What is Kasamahan Co. a platform that not only amplifies the voices of Filipinos in Hawai'i but seeks to serve a purpose in creating stories that empowers the next generation to bring out their creative expression and side to them. By building connections between community members with those in the diaspora and the homeland we hope to foster the next revolutionaries across different industries. This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/message Support this podcast in two ways: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/support or our venmo page at @kasamahan-co --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/support
Matson Montilla interviews Chase Brice as they talk about his college career, leading Clemson passed Syracuse, "Chase for Heisman," Appalachian State's upcoming season, a 12 team playoff, and more.
Transferring money through a third party can add substantial fees and using cryptocurrency bypasses those. However, does the emerging technology invite additional risks? Today's guest is Erica Stanford. Erica is founder of the Crypto Curry Club, UK's number one rated networking educational event for blockchain, digital currency, crypto payments AI, and tech for sustainability. She is the author of Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths, Missing Billions, and Industry Disruption. Erica is a public speaker, crypto currier, and conducts blockchain industry reviews. Show Notes: [1:02] - Erica shares what began her interest in cryptocurrency. [2:11] - After being mugged while overseas, Erica explains how she could only access money from a Western Union with high fees. [4:25] - This experience opened Erica's eyes to how many people in the world live without access to money and she learned about cryptocurrency. [5:06] - The Crypto Curry Club started off as a way for Erica to meet other people in the industry through events. [7:17] - Cryptocurrency is digital currency; money that is secured by encryption and blockchain. [9:05] - Prior to crypto, going through a third party was the only way to make a digital exchange. Erica explains what could happen if the third party disappears. [10:50] - Erica explains how blockchain works. [11:56] - The best part of transferring money through cryptocurrency, it is usually free of charge with absolutely no fee. [12:59] - Some businesses would have a minimum transaction amount due to the price they pay in fees. Crypto bypasses that. [14:40] - It is digital money and very volatile. People have started taking advantage of this. [16:02] - There's a lot of hype around cryptocurrency which means it can also get a lot of scammers creating their own currency. [18:22] - Even in cases where the cryptocurrency business is terrible, they still brought in millions of dollars because of the hype. [20:17] - There have been scams where celebrities have been hacked or a fake profile has been created stating to send them money and they'll double it for you. [21:05] - Erica describes recent Ponzi Schemes, networking marketing, and multi-level marketing using cryptocurrency. [22:22] - Cryptocurrency is created through a process called mining. [24:31] - In a recent Ponzi Scheme, good people invested everything they had and lost it. Some people knew it was happening but many were victims. [26:09] - A cryptocurrency business recently shut down. Erica discusses red flags. [27:51] - Erica explains “staking.” [28:46] - Some red flags are claims of working with huge companies as customers and partnerships. Scammers can be very brazen. [30:00] - If you see one single thing that is fake or dishonest, you have to assume that there are more things that are untrue. [30:40] - Erica explains why she decided to write the book Crypto Wars. [31:53] - A huge scam that is still shockingly going on inspired Erica to get more information and start her research. [34:23] - That one event and the fact that Erica already had an audience and community, she was asked to write the book. [35:14] - Erica shares a discount code for the book when it is released this month. [36:11] - There have even been faked deaths and Erica tells the story of the scammer behind Quadriga. [38:40] - Some of these shocking stories are really happening and possible with cryptocurrency. [40:16] - There could be ways to track everything, but if someone has been planning a scam, Erica explains how they can get around that. Thanks for joining us on Easy Prey. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and leave a nice review. Links and Resources: Podcast Web Page Facebook Page whatismyipaddress.com Easy Prey on Instagram Easy Prey on Twitter Easy Prey on LinkedIn Easy Prey on YouTube Easy Prey on Pinterest Erica Stanford on LinkedIn Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths, Missing Billions, and Industry Disruption by Erica Stanford Crypto Curry Club Home Page Crypto Curry Club on Facebook Crypto Curry Club on Instagram Crypto Curry Club on Twitter
Deadlines might be the best productivity tool invented to date. But what are other ways to motivate your team? This week Paul and Rich grapple with how to operationalize work processes without exerting too much power. They also give cheeky tips for employees to navigate deadlines with their bosses.Links:Paul Ford - Wired
Our guest today is Andrew Barry. Andrew started off at KPMG where he built out their training, then he created Curious Lion where he and his team help the likes of Pinterest and many other companies to create corporate training programs. I first met Andrew when we were both taking an online writing course called Write of Passage, and I have been eager to talk about learning online ever since. In this episode, we learn how everyone can design online learning experiences to repeatably effect transformations in their students' lives. Then we try to sketch out a future of what happens when more and more teachers can generate these transformations, what a world that will be!I love Andrew's strong conviction that everyone has a course in them. It's not just an optimistic "You can also do this" type of message. He recognises that on the one hand, the online learning techniques he describes so clearly can effect student transformations in a repeatable and predictable way. But also, on the other hand, his new concept of teacher identity means that we'll all want to learn from different teachers not because the content is better but because we resonate more with one or the other. Learning is hard and very emotional.It feels like Andrew is working on a mathematical formula for course creation, something like: Student-centered content + Beginner's mind + Deliberate Practice + Accountability + Reflection = Student TransformationThere's a craze around cohort-based courses and probably for good reason. Andrew neatly explains the "beauty of the cohort" in the safe environments they create.Here are some resources mentioned in our discussion: K. Anders Ericsson, Deliberate Practice - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K._Anders_EricssonWhy You Need Two Kinds of Groups to Power Group Learning, Andrew Barry - https://curiouslionlearning.com/why-group-learning/David Perell - Write of Passage - https://perell.com/write-of-passage/Global Teacher Prize - https://www.globalteacherprize.orgRanjitsinh Disale 2020 - https://www.globalteacherprize.org/winners/ranjitsinh-disale-2020/Peter Tabichi 2019 - https://www.globalteacherprize.org/winners/peter-tabichi-2019/The Economics of Superstars, Sherwin Rosen - https://www.jstor.org/stable/1803469Where to learn more about Andrew:Twitter - https://twitter.com/BazzarutoLuma - https://lu.ma/bazzarutoCurious Lion - https://curiouslionlearning.comCourse Creators Collective - https://www.coursecreatorscollective.comWhere to learn more about Enrollhand: Website - www.enrollhand.comWebinar - https://webinar-replay.enrollhand.comOur free Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/schoolgrowth/
LSU/San Jose State transfer Seneca Knight announced that he is committing to the BYU basketball program. Knight caught up with KSL Sports' Mitch Harper to discuss the decision to play for BYU, and his life in basketball thus far. Subscribe to the Cougar Tracks Podcast! Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-tracks/id1146971609 Google Play: https://kslsports.com/category/podcast_results/?sid=2035&n=Cougar%20Tracks Download the KSL Sports app Google: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bonneville.kslsports&hl=en_US iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ksl-sports/id1435930251 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last time, we talked a bit about Mathis Shinnick and his latest company OptiPulse. We focused mostly on how the company's new Near InfraRed (NIR) technology is being developed and how it will change the world of digital high-speed communication when it is brought to market. Today, we are going to talk more about where Mathis would like to see the company and its technology and the kinds of investors who are helping make the vision a reality. One of the most refreshing things about the company is the many grassroots investors that have helped get OptiPulse off the ground. Using an independent funding website called WeFunder (think of it as a Kickstarter analog for investors) has allowed people to get involved for as little as $100. Not only does this help decentralize the typical investing model of looking for a handful of high rollers, but it can also help gauge what the demand for the product will be. If you have a lot of people investing for that minimum amount, it shows that there is a desire for what OptiPulse is offering. Even better, Mathis points out that the comments from these investors reflect something more than just a desire to get a return on their investment. The most frequent comment is that these people are eager to get OptiPulse into their own communities. These early adopters are able to see the potential being offered that will help get their own out-of-the-way corners of the world better connected. There are other uses for the technology as well. The line of sight NIR sensors have potential use for the self-driving cars that are getting close to hitting the market. Given the low cost, small size and low power consumption of the sensors it would be easy to have roads lined with sensors that communicate with other sensors in the car. Not only would this keep the car on the road, it would also let the car know when something was between it and the road. If another car, a bike, a dog, should step into the road and break the signal between the sensors, the car will instantly know it. If the road sensors are arranged correctly, they could even communicate with each other to let the vehicle's computer know of hazards that are up ahead, or a fast-approaching car on a side street, giving the car the ability to see beyond the line of sight. And again, given the low power consumption of OptiPulse's NIR sensors and emitters, it would be possible to power large numbers of them with a couple of solar panels. The same technology can also be implemented for tracking information at remote installations such as oil and natural gas pipelines. A network of arrays could be used to transmit data constantly to service centers without the need for cables. Or, one could go with fewer arrays and fly a drone over the line to collect data and then transmit it back to the service centers. Again, no need for cables that need to get repaired whenever a squirrel decides to take a bite (yes, that happens). As Mathis pointed out last time, it isn't necessary that OptiPulse completely replace existing infrastructure either. Because of the vast amounts of bandwidth available in the near infrared part of the spectrum, OptiPulse can accommodate existing 4G and 5G technology and actually boost the performance of those devices. With all of this potential, it is little wonder that OptiPulse has been able to attract a large number of investors eager to see the product brought to market. We'll be waiting eagerly as Mathis and the others at OptiPulse work to bring their vision of a better connected world to life. What's your data worth? www.tartle.co Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
Mathis Shinnick has been working with startups and investors for years. Most recently, he co-founded OptiPulse. Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico OptiPulse is working to revolutionize digital communications. They are developing Near InfraRed technology that tests show are capable of data transmission speeds that leave 5G and even the much lauded Starlink in the dust. How fast? How about 10GB/sec? The potential is actually much greater but that is all current off-the-shelf electronics can handle. Just as exciting as the speed is the range that it allows. Photons towards the infrared part of the spectrum have a longer wavelength than radio or microwaves. Normally, that limits the range as longer, lower energy wavelengths can get obscured in the atmosphere. OptiPulse has patented technology that can focus the energy much more like a laser, giving it much greater range. If you are wondering how great the range is, it can send a beam to space with the kind of bandwidth mentioned above. Also, if you caught the part about low energy, that means you don't need nearly as much power to operate the system, making it cheaper and greener to use. That increased range plus lower cost will make OptiPulse the perfect choice for bringing broadband communications to out-of-the-way areas. Well placed towers could provide communication for places that are difficult to reach with any kind of cable. Right away, that makes the OptiPulse system an obviously better alternative than fiber optics or any other option that relies on a hard and continuous infrastructure system. Naturally, this saves considerably on construction costs. There will still be costs of course. The detectors are line of sight, requiring the detectors to be in view of each other. While that means that a number of collectors and emitters are necessary, it also means that the data is more secure since it is harder to intercept a direct beam than something diffused over a wide area. Another interesting benefit of this developing technology, Mathis points out, is that since it uses light to transmit information, it operates outside of any regulated space. OptiPulse, therefore, isn't competing with all the cell towers and Starlink that are operating in the radio band. Those other means of communication have to deal with interference from other signals, signals that require devices to filter out the noise that results from the interference. Again, lower cost than other alternatives. Mathis also says Optipulse will be easier to update. Since it is a modular system based around towers, towers that are accessible compared to cables in the ground or satellites in space, changing out hardware would be just a drive from the nearest service hub away. Therefore, as the communications technology develops, OptiPulse will be able to keep up with it much easier than anything else on the market or close to the market. Yet, OptiPulse need not completely take over either. It could actually work with existing fiber optic technology. Remember, fiber optic is just using light to transmit information through a glass tube in the ground. Existing cable could be mated to an OptiPulse tower to extend the range of the network rather than having to incur the expense of laying a new cable. Where are things going in the future? The shift to online work that occurred as a result of Covid has brought a lot of awareness to the need for better connectivity, and to the fact that 5G isn't delivering on its promise. Even in the relatively few places where it has been implemented, it is underperforming. That has helped OptiPulse attract a number of investors to help bring the company to the next phase, bringing the next phase of connectivity closer to you. What's your data worth? www.tartle.co Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
Miller Kopp is a basketball player for the Indiana Hoosiers. Miller joins the show to speak about his experience declaring for the NBA Draft, and his decision to transfer to Indiana University. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, we look at creating merit by intentionally engaging in activities that are good karma. Merit, or good karma, propels our spiritual practice forward. Thus accumulating merit is a central activity of a bodhisattva, one striving for enlightenment for the benefit of all beings, as well as those who believe in the law of karma. Ten merit-making activities Giving (dāna ) Observing the moral precepts (sīla ) Meditation (bhāvanā ) Showing respect to one's superiors (apacāyana ) Attending to their needs (veyyāvacca ) Transferring merit (pattidāna ) Rejoicing at the merit of others (pattānumodana ) Listening to the Dharma, that is, the Buddha's teachings (dhammasavana ) Preaching the Dharma (dhammadesanā ) Having right beliefs (diṭṭhijjukamma ) Guru Padmasambhava said, “My realization is higher than the sky. But my observance of karma is finer than grains of flour.” One is not a mendicant Just because one begs from others. Nor does one become a mendicant By taking on domestic ways. But whoever sets aside Both merit and evil, Lives the chaste life, And goes through the world deliberately Is called “a mendicant.” (266–267)* Not by silence Does an ignorant fool become a sage. The wise person, who, As if holding a set of scales, Selects what's good and avoids what's evil Is, for that reason, a sage. Whoever can weigh these two sides of the world Is, for that reason, called “a sage.” (268–269)* —Buddha, The Dhammapada References Buddha.The Dhammapada. Translated by Gil Fronsdale. (Kindle). Shambala, Boston and London, 2011, pp. 69-70 (Link)
Have you ever tried to upload a video and been frustrated by the time it takes to land on the server? Now imagine you're a broadcast crew, working the Super Bowl, with hundreds of cameras that all have to upload video simultaneously. Transferring millions of data points, and moving massive files with no latency puts your video upload woes to shame. It's no easy task, yet it gets done relatively seamlessly every year. For that, you can send your thank you notes to Garrett Boss, CIO West Coast at FOX, where he is responsible for providing the infrastructure and technology to the broadcast crews that bring you your favorite sporting events and television shows.“Our mandate is to reduce friction everywhere we can to enable creatives and production to spend all of their energy and time focused on those things. I want to remove every barrier, every hiccup, every challenge that they have that's not related to their talent of putting inspiring content on the air for our viewers.” It's no small feat, and the challenges are vast, especially when you consider that the media landscape is undergoing a renaissance. There is more need to push content to over-the-top platforms, and customer expectations are getting higher and higher every day. On this episode of IT Visionaries, Garrett gives up the goods on how his team rises to the occasion. And he provides a unique look at how FOX went through a massive digital transformation in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, he discusses the shift from a hardware mentality to a software mindset, and how FOX is building scalable technologies with reliable partners. Enjoy this episode.Main TakeawaysBuild vs Buy: Software as a service, and digital platforms have allowed IT teams to rethink what products and services they should build themselves and which products they can buy from vendors. When you are going through this process, it's important to have a clear understanding of where some of your previous technology was over-indexed and where you can streamline some things.Digital Video Revolution: OTT platforms are providing broadcast partners with the ability to not only compile a better understanding of their viewers' habits, but also the ability to push more targeted advertising to their audience. But the infrastructure required to compile the data, digest it, and then use that information means rethinking what your tech stack looks like.Team Building: When you're undergoing a digital transformation in a virtual environment, it's not a great idea to have a hierarchical structure with technologies that are forced down the ladder. Instead, employing more of a linear decision making process allows everyone on the team to have a hand in the decision making process, and still allows for quick and thoughtful decisions under tight deadlines.IT Visionaries is brought to you by the Salesforce Platform - the #1 cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience. Build connected experiences, empower every employee, and deliver continuous innovation - with the customer at the center of everything you do. Learn more at salesforce.com/platform
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
The Hebrew word העברה (ha'avara) means a transfer of something or someone, usually from one place to another. The transfer could involve money, digital files, and even… football players! Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/streetwisehebrew New Words and Expressions: Ha'avara – Transfer, transferring, removing – העברה Ha'avarat ksafim be-touch – Money transfer with one click – העברת כספים בטאץ' Haavarot ksafim – Money transfers – העברות כספים Taase / taasi li haavara, Taavir / taaviri li – “Make me a money transfer” – תעשה/תעשי לי העברה, תעביר/תעבירי לי Haavarot sachkanei kaduregel – Transfers of football players from one football club to another – העברות שחקני כדורגל Lo kolel haavarot – Not including transit to the hotel – לא כולל העברות Haavarat sichot – Transferring calls, call-forwarding – העברת שיחות Haavarat tmunot me-hanayad ha-yashan la-hadash – Transferring photos from the old smartphone to the new one – העברת תמונות מהנייד הישן לחדש Lehaavir data / Laasot haavarat data, haavarat netunim – להעביר דאטה, לעשות העברת דאטה, העברת נתונים Haavarat kvatsim – File transfer – העברת קבצים Haavarat chok ba-knesset – The passing of a bill in the knesset – העברת חוק בכנסת Haavarat hiluch – gear shift – העברת הילוך Haavarat bikoret – Criticizing, passing of criticism – העברת ביקורת Haavara – Transference (Psy.) – העברה Ha-kesef hu'avar / Ha-ksafim hu'avru – The money was transferred – הכסף הועבר, הכספים הועברו Arba'ah shortrim huavru mi-tafkidam – Four policemen were transferred from their positions – ארבעה שוטרים הועברו מתפקידם Hu huavar mi-tafkido, hi huavra mi-tafkida, hem huavru mi-tafkidam – He/She/They were moved from their position – הוא הועבר מתפקידו, היא הועברה מתפקידה, הם הועברו מתפקידם Ha-tochnit mu'averet be-shidur yashir – the TV programme is brought to you via live broadcast – התוכנית מועברת בשידור ישיר Ha-mischak yu'avar be-shidur hai – The match will be broadcast live – המשחק יועבר בשידור חי Playlist and Clips: Ha-avarat ksafim Haavarot sachkanei kaduregel Shotrim hu-avru mi-tafkidam Daily front pages in Hebrew Kolel, ep. 124