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In episode #2408, Neil and Eric give you the recipe for success with any content! With the wide variety of social media channels out there, it can feel overwhelming to create enough content for all of them. That's why, in this episode, Eric and Neil share their advice for repurposing content, frameworks that you can use to assist you with repurposing, and the tools that you can use to ensure that your content resonates with your audience! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:21] Today's topic: The Recipe For Success With Any Content. [00:36] Variation between social media channels. [01:01] The benefits of repurposing content (and an example of how to do this). [02:10] Tools that will allow you to see how your Tweets are performing. [02:25] The importance of developing a hook for your content. [03:44] Why you don't need to try and track every single piece of content you post. [04:16] Why we love Riverside. [05:01] Tools that will help you create content that resonates with your audience. [06:40] Frameworks to use to repurpose content in an efficient, effective way. [07:24] That's it for today! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Tribescaler Hypefury Riverside Google Trends AnswerThePublic Ahrefs Ubersuggest Semrush Quora ChatGPT Silicon Valley Bank How to Create 64 Pieces of Content In A Day Content Sprout Method Don't forget to help us grow by subscribing and liking on YouTube! Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Single Grain
In this episode I am once again joined by Dr Evan Thompson: Professor of Philosophy at the University of British Columbia, an Associate Member of the Department of Asian Studies and the Department of Psychology, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Dr Thompson discusses his 2014 book ‘Waking, Dreaming, Being' and takes a deep dive into the self from the point of view of the world's contemplative traditions as well as neuroscience and philosophy of mind. Dr Thompson shares his life-long fasciation with the way in which consciousness and the sense of self change across different phases of the wake-sleep cycle, and challenges claims that insight into the self is a means to eliminate suffering and attain enlightenment. Dr Thompson reveals his own deep practice of meditation, lucid dreaming, Tai Chi and Chinese energy arts, and explains how he, as both a trained skeptical philosopher and as a dedicated practitioner, approaches the religious framing of practice and related concepts such as ‘chi' and ‘enlightenment'. Dr Thompson also answers Youtube comments about our previous interview, including a clarification of his critique of Buddhist exceptionalism and a response to Buddhists who feel his work threatens their religious affiliation. … Video version: https://www.guruviking.com/podcast/ep193-waking-dreaming-being-dr-evan-thompson Also available on Youtube, iTunes, & Spotify – search ‘Guru Viking Podcast'. … Topics include: 00:00 - Intro 01:30 - Answering Youtube comments 02:14 - ‘Why I Am Not A Buddhist' and Bertrand Russel 04:59 - What would Bertrand Russel target today? 06:18 - The non-aligned mystic 08:15 - Does Evan meditate? 10:13 - Evan's extensive daily qigong and tai chi practice 11:55 - Retreat practice and states of high concentration 13:00 - Why does Evan practice so diligently? 13:15 - How does Evan think about ‘chi'? 17:35 - Traps in understanding of chi 18:24 - Why does Evan still meditate if he is not a Buddhist? 20:11 - Evan's critiques of the doctrinal framing of practices 22:25 - Response to Buddhists who are threatened by Evan's work 25:43 - Waking, Dreaming, Being 27:28 - Fascination with how consciousness alters across the sleep-wake cycle 28:11 - Evan reflects on ‘Waking, Dreaming, Being' 29:58 - How Evan's views on practice have evolved 31:12 - The sense of self and the experience of consciousness 32:20 - Awareness, contents of awareness, and sense of self 34:21 - Self construction in imagination, memory, and lucid dreaming 37:03 - 1st person vs 3rd person memory 38:23 - View/field dreams vs outside dreams 39:11 - The self experience in lucid dreaming and OBE's 41:12 - Evan's lucid dreaming practice 42:38 - Meeting the Dalai Lama and beginning to lucid dream 44:50 - The curriculum of lucid dreaming in Tibetan Buddhism 46:09 - Meditating in the dream state and Alan Wallace's advice 48:37 - Walking through walls and transforming the dream 49:39 - Evan's powerful tai chi dreams 50:06 - Variation in lucid dreaming talent 51:07 - What constitutes the sense of self? 52:51 - How does the self complex arise? 54:56 - Metacognition 55:33 - Mindfulness rides on social cognitive capacities 56:40 - Self understanding and claims of liberation 59:10 - The value of the Buddhist view of self 01:01:54 - The claim that insight into self reduces suffering is naive 01:04:12 - How to make the world a better place 01:04:49 - Social is crucial 01:05:57 - Hermit is a social category 01:06:31 - Recognising the value of meditation in a social context 01:09:27 - Vasubandu vs Candrakirti and Metzinger vs Thompson 01:12:32 - Evan's upcoming projects 01:14:22 - Dying, our ultimate transformation … Previous episode with Evan Thompson: - www.guruviking.com/podcast/158-why-i-am-not-a-buddhist-evan-thompson … To find out more about Evan Thompson, visit: - https://evanthompson.me/ For more interviews, videos, and more visit: - www.guruviking.com Music ‘Deva Dasi' by Steve James
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The W. Edwards Deming Institute® Podcast
Most people come into education familiar with classroom management and curriculum, but the concept of Profound Knowledge changes the way you view the entire field and your part in it. In the second episode of the Deming in Schools Case Study, Andrew and John talk about applying the System of Profound Knowledge to education. 0:00:02.0 Andrew Stotz: My name is Andrew Stotz, and I'll be your host as we continue our journey into the teachings of Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Today, I'm continuing my discussion with John Dues, who is part of the new generation of educators striving to apply Dr. Deming's principles to unleash student joy in learning. The topic for today is applying Deming's system of profound knowledge in education. John, take it away. 0:00:26.8 John Dues: Andrew, it's great to be back. And excited to talk about this. One of the things I was talking about after... Thinking about after our last conversation was a moment I had where I realized as I worked with some senior leaders here is we have these two buckets of knowledge, one bucket I would call subject matter knowledge, and we talked about this a little bit last time, by subject matter, I don't mean knowing, reading or social studies or writing, but I mean the things that you need to know in your field, so for us it's classroom management, how to deliver a lesson, how to design a curriculum, those types of things, and that's always sort of been a part of my work and gained proficiency in that bucket over time, but what I realized in studying Deming is there's this whole other bucket or type of knowledge, what Deming called Profound Knowledge and that was missing across most of my career, and it was a revelation to understand that, "Hey, we need both of these things together to have any chance at improving our schools." 0:01:35.4 AS: It's interesting because the whole focus in most of education is to become a subject matter expert, and that's what's rewarded, that's what we're doing. And this whole way of, how do we see the world? Is such a unique thing. Maybe you can just go through a little bit on the system of profound knowledge as when you first came to it, and what does it mean to you? 0:02:04.4 JD: Yeah, I've been studying it for a handful of years now. Increasingly, it became this sort of foundational philosophy, and it really changed how I view the world, honestly, it wasn't only sort of in my work, although that's sort of where I started thinking most about Deming's ideas. It changed also sort of how I thought about my personal life, family, my own kids in school and their experience in school, so I had a profound impact on just about everything I was doing in my life, that's pretty foundational to discover a philosophy like this... 0:02:51.3 AS: Yeah, that's... I remember when I first understand... For me, it was variation and randomness that really kind of hit me because I was also working in the stock market, and I could see that there was a lot of randomness in the movement of stock prices, and then it was like all of a sudden, what I learned from the randomness aspect and the variation aspect was just like, it's like there's carpeting that we're walking on that nobody even realizes it's underlying everything, and it is this randomness, and we are trained to reject randomness because we're rugged individualists who are setting our own path and it's up to us to make a difference. And that type of thinking basically has to reject the role of randomness, so I know what you're saying about... That started to change the way I viewed the world. Continue on. 0:03:54.2 JD: I think building off what you're saying, there's a variation component to that, and that was sort of an entry point for me too as I read Donald Wheeler's Understanding Variation, which is sort of completely changed how I looked at numbers and data in our work here in schools, but I also think of what I'm hearing in what you're saying is complex systems, and so I think there was sort of an appreciation for systems thinking prior to Deming, but not in the same way, but I think for a lot of folks it's if we do A to B then C is gonna happen. And that's just not how things sort of unfolded in a complex system, be it schools or a company or a society or whatever you may be looking at, if you do A, then that may impact B, C, D, E, F, G in a certain way, and the outcome is gonna be impacted by all of those things, all of those changes, and I think that's sort of... You can start to see that when you start to understand variation, and then that other component, or first component of Deming's Profound Knowledge is Appreciation for a System. 0:05:07.4 JD: And I think that's sort of what he's getting at, that it's really hard to find causal links between things and if we're gonna search for those, then we need to appreciate our organizations as a system, how all of the departments or all of the grade levels in the case of a school are working together or not, and how something you do in one part of that system can impact positively or negatively, other parts of the system, even if what you did in the part of the system was a positive for that part of the system, they can actually destroy the system, and so all of these things were revelations or at least confirmations of things that maybe were in the back of my mind, before I had this understanding in writing from studying Deming's philosophy. 0:06:00.7 AS: And for the listeners or the viewers who aren't familiar with the System of Profound Knowledge, maybe you can just review the four points of it or the four parts, a little bit more. 0:06:12.2 JD: Yeah, System of Profound Knowledge. So four components, Appreciation for a System, Knowledge about Variation, Theory of knowledge and Psychology, and he called them a System of Profound Knowledge because the four components work together, that's the system part. And Profound Knowledge, what I learned over time, is that, what he meant by that is just sort of the deep understanding that comes through viewing your organization through the lens of Profound Knowledge, so when you bring those four things together, you get a different view of your organization, than without Profound Knowledge. And without Profound Knowledge, you are often misled, you often don't know when to react or not to react to something that's going on in your organization or system, with Profound Knowledge you now have a management philosophy by which to interpret that data that comes streaming at you, no matter what industry you're in, and gives you a way to map out how to react or again, not to react to that data. 0:07:18.8 AS: It makes me think there's a saying in Thai language about a frog under a coconut, and when you lift up the coconut, the frog kind of wants the coconut back on because that's their world. And I think about when you really come across the System of Profound Knowledge and you understand it, it's like that coconut comes off and you realize, Oh my God, I am part of a much bigger system, and all of a sudden things just open up and what was your experience when you first kind of started really realizing how this all works together. 0:08:00.3 JD: Well, maybe unlike the frog, I didn't wanna unsee it or I didn't want to be recovered, however, there certainly was... Well one, it took time for me to sort of understand what exactly Dr. Deming was saying, and I'm still trying to understand that fully, but the hardest thing was probably talking to people, really smart people, about Profound Knowledge and maybe them not sort of seeing the importance of it or the same level of importance that I thought that they should see or where we'll talk about it, it would be well-received, but then people would turn around and sort of revert back to the old way of thinking. And for me, it was just realizing that this just takes repeated practice, because it is really a completely new way of thinking. 0:09:00.9 JD: It's a completely new way to look at data or your systems, it's a completely new way to think about how do you bring new ideas to your organization, how do you test those ideas, it's really getting away from simple things like setting a goal without a method, it's appreciating the psychology of introducing changes to your organization. I found people are generally very open to new things, what they're not open to is being sort of yanked about constantly when we try this thing and that thing, and education has the same sort of problem in this area that other sectors like healthcare do, where the frontline people, teachers in our case, nurses in the case of healthcare where they're often being pulled this way and that with new initiatives to the point they get this initiative fatigue will wear people out and burn people out and then they leave because each leader comes in with their own pet idea and it's not grounded in this sort of solid philosophical foundation. 0:10:13.3 AS: One of the things that's interesting about the system of profound knowledge is that it can be a bit overwhelming for someone who's first coming upon it because it's like, Oh my God, there's a much bigger aim, and one of the reasons why we don't think in a systems way and why we do think silos is because it's easier, and so for some people it can feel like, Oh God, this is just overwhelming, and I'm just curious what your perspectives are on that, either for yourself or the people that you're working with there, and how do we make sure that you don't get overwhelmed by it? 0:10:57.6 JD: Yeah, it's a challenge because I originally came to the Deming Institute website and the profound knowledge page and went away because it didn't make sense to me initially, and it was two years later when I came back, and not that it was sort of some divine revelation, but I slowly, over time, it started to sink in, something caught my attention that this was worthy of study. So one thing I read, Dr. Deming said, you don't need to be eminent in all four areas or even any one of the four areas, but it does require serious study, so you're not gonna understand it in a day or a week or a month. I would also say anybody that gets serious about studying this philosophy, I would highly recommend reaching out to somebody that is further along in their understanding, and that's sort of a turning point, I think I mentioned in the last episode. Reaching out to Kelly Allen, who turned me on to David Langford that accelerated my learning, 'cause I could ask specific questions, and David could give me specific applications of Deming's ideas in schools, and that certainly helped to clarify a lot of things for me. 0:12:08.3 JD: So that's something I would highly recommend, but I would read widely, watch the videos, you can go to a four-day or sorry, two and half day seminar that the Institute does, and then reaching out to someone that is further along is something I'd highly recommend. 0:12:27.1 AS: Yeah, great advice. And just this podcast already is a starting point for the listeners out there. 0:12:33.2 JD: Yep, absolutely. 0:12:34.8 AS: One of the things that I say to my students in my valuation master class, they come to my class because it's like, Andrew, you got 30 years of experience as a financial analyst, and you were voted number one and you... This and that, and I really wanna learn from you. And when I come into class, I announce a couple of the things... And one of the things is I say, You Are Always Wrong. And I call it YAAW. And I try to help the students understand it, in the world of finance, there is no precision, like in the world of physics or the law of gravity or something like that, that you're always going to be wrong and therefore don't freak out over that. Understand that it's a system. The second thing that I tell the students, and this one I think really gets them, they don't really figure it out until the end, and that is in my class and in the world of finance, what I teach is, if I'm successful as a teacher in this specific area that I'm teaching, if you feel less confident when you finish my course, I've succeeded. 0:13:48.7 AS: And I think that students freak out because of I'm here to be more confident Andrew, and what I'm exposing them to is that it's a constant... We're walking on quick sand. We're operating in a world where even in the world of finance, just observing the world of finance, observing market prices and stuff can influence actions that we're taking in the market... Can influence market prices. So the complexity level is so high. 0:14:27.1 JD: Yeah, yeah, one of the things that makes me think of is sort of a... I don't know if I'd call it paradox, but one of the early places that I went even prior to sort of coming across, Deming's work is the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and they have it as their mission to bring the science of improvement to the education sector. And they have an annual Improvement Summit. The first time I went, I realized that they had this footer on all of their materials and it said, "Probably wrong, definitely incomplete." And that was a really great entry way into the science of improvement because that's the mentality you need when you start any type of improvement work, improvement project in your organization, and I sort of stole that idea and stuck it on all our materials. 0:15:27.8 JD: And I think the reaction from a lot of people first is similar to how you're describing the reaction of your students is that, wait a second, aren't you supposed to be an expert, don't you know what you're talking about? And I said, "No, that's not what this is about." This is about humbling yourself, realizing the complexity of the organizations that we're working in, and that at the outset of any improvement project, that there are gonna be things that you discover along the way that were completely unknown at the start, and so if you don't take that mindset and you rush in and you're sure of yourself, then you are set up for failure from the beginning, in my opinion. 0:16:09.7 AS: So if we go back to the title of this episode, Applying Deming's System of Profound Knowledge in Education, part of it is it starts to open you up beyond subject matter, and also it starts to help you understand that there's just a much more, a bigger world out there of influences that are driving us, and I think one of the things that's interesting about that is it... Young managers in the world of business are seeming to latch on to KPIs and feeling like it is a simple solution, we just define everybody's KPI, we nail them with it, we repeat it to them, we have them write it out in their goals and we measure it, and if they don't achieve it. Boom. And what Deming is teaching is just the opposite, that when you understand the system of profound knowledge, you understand that optimizing the output of any organization is a much more complex reality than just putting a KPI and a number on it. 0:17:18.8 JD: Yeah, I think of a colleague of a contemporary of Dr. Deming, who is still doing great work, Dr. Donald Wheeler said something to the effect of goal setting, KPI setting, goal setting is often an act of desperation, meaning like you don't know what else to do, so you set a goal, you don't have a method, you don't have a theory for how to improve, so you set this goal and then say something to the effect of, "I don't care how you get it done. Just get it done." Right, and then all hell breaks loose. And what do you think he's talking about is, if you don't understand the capability of your system, if you don't understand whatever area you're talking about, whatever area that KPI is in, if you don't understand how that data is varying over time, if you don't understand if there are just common causes, there are special causes in that data, you have no idea how to react nor do you know what your system was capable of the first place. 0:18:26.1 JD: That's sort of one of the sessions I led with leadership team here, and everybody kind of looks and says, Well, aren't we supposed to set goals? and there's really nothing wrong with setting goals in and of themselves, but we often set them in ways that are completely detached from reality, both in the magnitude of improvement that we're expecting and is a lack of understanding of how that same data has performed over time. 0:18:52.5 AS: Yeah, and it reminds me of Dr. Deming's statement of 'by what method?' 0:18:56.2 JD: By what method, yeah. 0:18:58.9 AS: So for, in wrapping up our discussion, I wanna go back and review some of what we've just talked about, so we're talking about applying the system of profound knowledge in education, and what you've talked about is the idea of coming into education, most people are very familiar with subject matter knowledge about classroom management and curriculum management and all that, but what was missing when you started your journey was this concept of Profound Knowledge, and once you started to understand it, it changed the way that you viewed the world, and then we just briefly talked about the idea, I wrote down something which was "probably wrong, definitely incomplete", and I would say that there are plenty of places where they think "definitely right. Probably complete." [laughter] 0:19:47.3 AS: And then you just mentioned the idea of setting goals, and I think Deming is not against goals, it's that goal is just one measure, I would say, if you set goals for individuals that incentivize them individually, you've created a big problem of competition, but most importantly, I think what you're saying is the idea of just setting a goal like, We wanna increase test scores by X or in my business, I want revenue growth to be up by 20% next year, the question really becomes by what method is there anything else that you would add to wrap up our discussion? 0:20:28.2 JD: Yeah, I think goals or quotas, especially if you're optimizing one part of the system, very likely to destroy the system as a whole, or at least sub-optimize it make it worse. I think Deming said something to the fact of quotas can be a fortress against improvement. Right. I think he was exactly right, because people start to do all kinds of weird things when you start to set quotas or goals, especially again, if they're incentivized as an individual, whether that's an individual worker or an individual department, things start to sort of happen in the opposite of what you wanted to happen when you do things like set goals, without that appreciation for the capability of the system in the first place, or an understanding of the data or an idea for how to improve, because it's like, well, if our goal... If we're gonna set a goal to increase test scores, let's say by 10% next year, why don't we do it this year? If we knew how to do that, what were we waiting on, why do we think we can do it next year, if we couldn't do it this year... 0:21:33.8 AS: Great points. Well, John, on behalf of everyone at the Deming Institute, I wanna thank you again for this discussion and for listeners, remember to go to Deming.org to continue your journey. This is your host Andrew Stotz, and I'll leave you with one of my favorite quotes from Dr. Deming; people are entitled to joy in work.
00:00 The Ultimate Amazon Parentage Beginner Tutorial - Template Flat File Variation Step by Step Process00:46 Parent and child01:51 On the left menu, go to Catalog and click Add products via upload01:51 On the left menu, go to Catalog and click Add products via upload02:26 download spreadsheet and find the right product template02:43 Go into your product (Manage inventory page), then click Edit02:57 Click product identity and click on Item type keyword03:12 On the product detail, check your browse node03:23 Go back to file and search for the keywords to match the browse node then click Select. Scroll down and click Generate template03:57 Open the file to Template, click the drop down menu below the Product type, select your category, make it 2 and paste them at the same column05:05 Fill in the SKU then select your Brandname05:59 Enter Product name, choose ASIN as the Product ID Type07:04 Enter ASIN on the Product ID07:30 Enter Item Type Keyword08:11 In making a full update, enter the entire information08:40 Under variation, choose Parent and Child09:15 Under Parent SKU, copy the Seller SKU next to the Children09:30 Under Relation Type, choose Variation09:51 Variation Theme would be Color10:26 Choose Partial Update under Update column10:50 Enter colors on Color and Color Map column11:18 Select Default on Fulfillment Center12:20 Look for the Item Condition and click New13:06 Go back to Catalog and upload the spreadsheet16:43 Errors when uploading flat files
Episode SummaryThe expression of genes in our genome to produce proteins and non-coding RNAs, the building blocks of life, is critical to enable life and human biology. So, the ability to predict how much of a gene is expressed based on that gene's regulatory DNA, or promoter sequence, would help us both understand gene expression, regulation, and evolution, and would also help us design new, synthetic genes for better cell therapies, gene therapies, and other genomic medicines in bioengineering.However, the process by which gene transcription is regulated is incredibly complex; thus, prediction transcriptional regulation has been an open problem in the field for over half a century. In his work, Eeshit used neural networks to predict the levels of gene expression based on promoter sequences. Then, he reverse engineered the model to design specific sequences that can elicit desired expression levels. Eeshit's work developing a sequence-to-expression oracle also provided a framework to model and test theories of gene evolution.About the GuestEeshit earned his double major in CS & Engineering and Biological Sciences & Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur. During his PhD at MIT, working on Dr. Aviv Regev's team, he published 4 papers in Nature-family journals, including 2 on the cover and 1 on the cover as first and corresponding author. Eeshit's work is in Cell, Nature Biotechnology, Nature Medicine, Nature Communications, and beyond.Key Takeawayscis-regulatory elements like promoters interact with transcription factors in the cell to regulate gene expression.Variation in cis-regulatory elements drives phenotypic variation and influences organismal fitness.Modeling the relationship between promoter sequences and their function – in this case, the expression levels they induce – is important to better understand regulatory evolution and also enable the engineering of regulatory sequences with specific functions with applications across therapeutics and cell-based biomanufacturing.By cloning 50 million sequences into a yellow fluorescent protein (YFP) expression vector in S. cerevisiae and measuring the YFP levels they induced, Eeshit generated a rich dataset to map yeast promoter sequence to expression levels.Next, Eeshit trained neural network models, including convolutional neural networks and Transformers, to predict expression from sequence with high accuracy.Eeshit then “reverse-engineered” these convolutional models to create genetic algorithms that designed sequences which could induce desired expression levels.Finally, Eeshit's sequence-to-expression oracle allowed for the computational evaluation of regulatory evolution across different evolutionary scenarios, including genetic drift, stabilizing selection, and directional selection.ImpactEeshit's work developing a sequence-to-expression oracle provided a framework to model and test theories of gene evolution.This framework can help us both understand gene expression, regulation, and evolution, and design new, synthetic genes for better cell therapies, gene therapies, and other genomic medicines in bioengineering.Paper: The evolution, evolvability and engineering of gene regulatory DNA
Rendering Unconscious episode 233. Mary Wild is a self-described Freudian Cinephile and host of the Projections series held at the Freud Museum, London, as well as co-host of Projections Podcast with Sarah Cleaver. Join Mary at Patreon where she creates exclusive content every week. https://www.patreon.com/marywild/posts She contributed the Foreword to Psychoanalytic Perspectives on the Films of Ingmar Bergman: From Freud to Lacan and Beyond (2023) edited by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair. https://www.routledge.com/Psychoanalytic-Perspectives-on-the-Films-of-Ingmar-Bergman-From-Freud-to/Sinclair/p/book/9781032060071 Follow her at Twitter: @psycstar Instagram: @psycstar Join us Sunday, March 12, 2023, 2PM NYC / 6PM UK / 19 CET at Morbid Anatomy Museum, live via zoom – David Bowie Music Videos and Filmography: A Live, Online Presentation with Mary Wild, Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, and Carl Abrahamsson: https://www.morbidanatomy.org/events You can support the podcast at our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Your support is greatly appreciated! Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst based in Sweden, who works with people internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org The song at the end of the episode is "I've encountered you" by Vanessa Sinclair and Pete Murphy from the album of "Variation of chaos". https://petemurphy.bandcamp.com https://highbrowlowlife.bandcamp.com Music also available to stream via Spotify & other streaming platforms. Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: David Bowie
References Biochem J 2012 444(1):105-114 Epigenetics. 2015 May; 10(5): 418–430. Nature Reviews Immunology volume 2018. 18, pages 617–634 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dr-daniel-j-guerra/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-daniel-j-guerra/support
NasCardRadio Episode 132: The guys recap last week's Auto Club Speedway Xfinity Series (John Hunter Nemechek) and Cup (Kyle Busch) winners, highest finishing rookies (Chandler Smith and Ty Gibbs) and their first trading cards. There is an update to the 2022 PRIZM variations where they have the autograph guarantee on them. Val has located that on a few different parallels and gives an update. Next Racing Warehouse had a sweet side panel Sheetmetal from the Daytona Wendy's car and sold for a pretty nice price and JR Motorsports has some Sheetmetal for sale as well. Ivan has let everyone know that Topps has another F1 Industry Conference exclusive which we cover. Finally, there are some groovy eBay auctions in ‘The Kings Court'. Special thanks to our sponsor, Panini America. #thehobby #tradingcards #whodoyoucollect
Jay opens things with a crazy Rolling Stone article about the demise of the 90's alt rock band Live. The band's 1995 performance on MTV's Unplugged sparked Jay & Nick's lifelong friendship. They remained a strong band through the 90's, but it all went to hell after that…Song: Live - “Stage”Nick has some rare follow-up to a topic back in episode #135, when he discussed Epic's acquisition of Bandcamp. So, what's happened since then? Has minority stakeholder Tencent used it to spy on independent artists as it simultaneously transformed Epic Games' image into the rogue indie studio that it yearned to be (Pitchfork's prediction)?Song: Phillip Selway - “What Keeps You Awake At Night?”Finally, Greg takes on a tour of the year 1955. We begin with Gould's first Goldberg Variations, recorded in June. “Rock Around the Clock” by His Comets and “Ain't That Ashame” by Fats Domino were both hits, Bebop is fading as the Birth of Cool begins. The first Guiness Book of World Records was released and the year ended with the arrest of Rosa Parks for refusing to give up her seat on the bus. It's also the last time Newcastle won a cup…Song: Glenn Gould - “Goldberg Variations, BWV 988: Variation 5 a 1 ovvero 2 Clav.”
Rendering Unconscious episode 232. Dr. Bob Samuels is a psychoanalyst and lecturer in advanced writing at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is here to discuss his new book (Mis)Understanding Freud with Lacan, Zizek, and Neuroscience (2022). https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-031-13327-5 His other books include Generation X and the Rise of the Entertainment Subject (2021), Viral Rhetoric: Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Politics after Covid-19 (2021), Freud for the Twenty-First Century (2019), Psychoanalyzing the Politics of the New Brain Sciences (2017), Psychoanalyzing the Left and Right after Donald Trump (2016) and Why Public Higher Education Should Be Free (2013). He also contributed a chapter to Psychoanalytic Perspectives on the Films of Ingmar Bergman: From Freud to Lacan and Beyond (2023) edited by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair. https://www.routledge.com/Psychoanalytic-Perspectives-on-the-Films-of-Ingmar-Bergman-From-Freud-to/Sinclair/p/book/9781032060071 This episode is also available at YouTube: https://youtu.be/uYyILUuzC8o For more, check out: SAMUELS, BOB – RU151: ON GEN X & THE RISE OF THE ENTERTAINMENT SUBJECT SAMUELS, ROBERT – RU105: PSYCHOANALYST, LECTURER & AUTHOR ON FREUD FOR THE 21ST CENTURY, PSYCHOANALYSIS & POLITICS And his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@robertsamuels3208 You can support the podcast at our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Your support is greatly appreciated! Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst based in Sweden, who works with people internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org The song at the end of the episode is "Scream" by Vanessa Sinclair and Pete Murphy from the album of "Variation of chaos". https://petemurphy.bandcamp.com https://highbrowlowlife.bandcamp.com Music also available to stream via Spotify & other streaming platforms. Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: book cover
In this first episode of the three-part series, host Rob Parsons is talking with Stu Richards, CEO of Bredin, about the research Bredin conducted for the 2023 Paychex survey “Priorities for Business Leaders.” On this episode, Stu and Rob are talking about the overall outlook that business leaders have for the upcoming year. Hear about the challenges and stresses that are top of mind, including inflation, the labor crisis, customer retention, and more. Tune in to this and our next two episodes to learn more about our findings. Topics include: 00:18 – Meet Stu Richards and Bredin 01:05 – Priorities for Business Leaders study 02:44 – Overall outlook of business owners 04:58 – What business challenges are top of mind 05:38 – The challenge of inflation 06:33 – Concerns about obtaining loans 07:20 – Keeping customers happy 08:15 – Tactical operational issues 09:59 – Variation with challenges based on company size 12:36 – Stress felt by business leaders 14:30 – What business owners would say to their younger self 15:58 – Preview for Parts 2 and 3 Read the full report about the 2023 priorities for business leaders at https://payx.me/priorities2023. DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this podcast, and that is further provided by the presenter, should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and should not substitute for legal, accounting, or other professional advice in which the facts and circumstances may warrant. We encourage you to consult legal counsel as it pertains to your own unique situation(s) and/or with any specific legal questions you may have.
Jess and Dini travel back to December 12, 1999! We recap Season 7 - Episode 6, The Goldberg Variation. It's never a good idea to play poker with the mob - especially if they think you're cheating. Unless you're the luckiest man in the world. Mulder and Scully investigate a Chicago man named Henry Weems after witnesses see him survive a fall from a 29-story building. They each have their theories, but as the case unravels they discover there is more to Weems than they expected. This episode was written by Jeffery Bell and directed by Thomas J. Wright. Do you have any X-Files related theories, stories, key points or podcast feedback? Please email us at TheXFilesChatRoomPodcast@gmail.com We'd love to hear from you. Please tell us how we can improve!You can find us on:Twitter @TXFChatRoomPodInstagram @TXFChatRoomPod
Max London is the co-founder of Contact Bird, a tool that helps B2B offers build their pipeline through Twitter DMs. According to Max, Twitter DMs have a high response rate, allowing users to talk with decision-makers with less effort than traditional channels.CHAPTERS[00:00:00] Intro.[00:01:09] Viral TikTok moment.[00:03:33] Twitter account prediction.[00:04:44] Taking Twitter seriously.[00:10:12] Coming across Michael Gardiner[00:11:19] Twitter growth strategy.[00:14:33] Variation of the same ideas.[00:16:30] Origin Story of Contact Bird.[00:20:55] Prospecting on Twitter.[00:22:22] Running agency throughout college.[00:23:24] Cold DM scripting and strategy.[00:27:05] Personalizing DMs in mass.[00:28:14] Getting Customers for Contact Bird.[00:32:04] Sending links on the first message.[00:36:11] Mastery and weak links on Twitter and SaaS.[00:39:37] Contact Bird success story.[00:41:24] Learning from followers.[00:44:34] Philosophy on competition.[00:47:22] Personal and business vision.[00:54:09] Business to go from zero to thousands in the bank.[00:56:31] Why do people pay for meetings?[00:58:35] Future of The Louis and Kyle Show.[01:07:13] Three outtakes. Connect with Max.TikTok: tiktok.com/@mvxlondonLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/maxlondonTwitter: twitter.com/mvxlondonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@mvxlondonInstagram: instagram.com/mvxlondonNewsletter: twittermonopoly.ck.pageEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out Contact Bird.Website: contactbird.ioTwitter: twitter.com/contactbirdio Resources Mentioned in The Episode:Iman Gadhzi: youtube.com/@ImanGadzhiGrow your agency: lp.growyouragency.com/agency-navigatorMichael Gardiner: michaelrgardiner.comNils (interview): youtube.com/watch?v=9QQm9Rh2guwInstantly: instantly.aiNils Instantly co-founder: twitter.com/nils100kmLouis's Upwork tweet: twitter.com/LouisShulman/status/1611216379608469506Swapstack cofounder (interview): youtube.com/watch?v=NBltBgTgBhgCold Email Wizard: twitter.com/blackhatwizarddDanny Miranda tweet: twitter.com/heydannymiranda/status/1578787731404369920Fitz: twitter.com/LogFitz6Dakota Robertson: twitter.com/WrongsToWriteGraeme: twitter.com/graeme0gormleyBrandon Aldae: twitter.com/AldaeCordy Carnes: twitter.com/thecodycarnesJK Molina: jkmolina.comRaul instantly co-founder: twitter.com/raulkaevandAlex Heiden Closify co-founder: linkedin.com/in/alex-heiden-2412281a2Alex (interview): youtube.com/watch?v=UT6bg8DyZM0Dickie Bush Thread: twitter.com/dickiebush/status/1605204101649809410Greenlight by Mathew McConaughey: amazon.com/Greenlights-Matthew-McConaugheyLuke Warrd: twitter.com/LukeWarrd Help The Louis and Kyle Show:If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with a friend or leave a review!Leave a review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1504333834Drop us an email: LouisandKyleShow@gmail.com Subscribe on YouTube: Follow The Show on Social Media:Twitter: https://twitter.com/LouisKyleShowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/louiskyleshow/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/65567567/ Connect with Louis and Kyle:Read Louis' Newsletter: https://louisshulman.substack.com/Louis' Twitter: https://twitter.com/LouisShulmanKyle's Twitter: https://twitter.com/_kylebishopLouis LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louisshulman/Kyle's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-bishop-7b790050/
⚠️CW: Sexually suggestive (positive) Follow us on Tiktok! https://www.tiktok.com/@chosenonesdnd Don't want to wait for new episodes? Watch the visual novel version of our show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrDE9LAmyappSwTkFWCJH4BP2_xXSH7nG Thank you to some of our patrons: Spirit, wamulet, Bigreddog, Keilan, Bubbt, Zachary Cook, Dion Miranda, Zab, Arkeus a Druid, The Hat Man, Charles, Z Mr. Bakudan, GeekoftheGreek, Alkalinewig, twieaper123, and V. You can find links to all of our content/social media here! https://linktr.ee/ChosenOnes Support us on patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChosenOnesDnD Make a one time donation: https://ko-fi.com/chosenones Character credits are below. Avayath (he/him) is played by funnybunnyjay (he/him) https://twitter.com/funnybunnyjay Shui (he/him) is played by Zen (he/him) https://twitter.com/zento_box Theo (they/he) is played by Sweetsunberry (they/he) https://twitter.com/Sweetsunberry Brandy (he/him) is played by Ripley (she/they) https://twitter.com/Ripp_Tides All other characters are played by Cassiroll (they/them) https://twitter.com/CassirollChan [MUSIC CREDITS] PeriTune - Music-box_Gentle2 by PeriTune https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oD6d-qBCBA&feature=emb_title "Melody of the Sparks" by David Knight https://twitter.com/DJWNaito Bach - Aria Variata, BWV 989 Variation no.1 by Brendan Kinsella https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Brendan_Kinsella Dial by Jahzzar https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar Sonata No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 2 No. 1 - I. Allegro by Daniel Veesey https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Daniel_Veesey Zen Garden by Shane Ivers https://www.silvermansound.com Sentinel by Kai Engel https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel Old Castle by Fanatical Minimalistic Emotional Classical Piano by Orchestralis Sexy Time by Komiku https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Komiku Music Box Here We Go Again by AGsoundtrax Time by musicant Voodoo by iCENTURY The Suspense Dark by ArtHaiz "We Are The Chosen" by dcolemusic https://twitter.com/davexole
In der Schweiz kommen jährlich rund 40 Kinder mit einer Variation der Geschlechtsentwicklung auf die Welt: Sie sind weder männlich noch weiblich. Früher wurden Kinder sofort einem Geschlecht zugeordnet und zum Teil auch zwangsoperiert. «Einstein» zeigt am Beispiel der Kinderklinik Bern, wie heute in solchen Fällen entschieden wird. Für viele Eltern ist es ein Schock, wenn sie erfahren, dass ihr Kind ein atypisches Geschlecht hat, weil sie gar nicht wissen, dass es Geschlechtsvarianten gibt. Da solche Fälle selten und sehr komplex sind, werden sie heute von einem interdisziplinären Team behandelt. Das heisst, ein ganzes Team von Fachpersonen kümmert sich um die Eltern und das Kind. Gibt es in der Kinderklinik Bern ein Kind mit atypischem Geschlecht auf der Neugeborenenstation, dann kommt als erste die Endokrinologin Christa Flück zum Einsatz. Sie untersucht das äussere Genital, die inneren Geschlechtsorgane, Hormone und die Genetik des Kindes, gleichzeitig werden die Eltern von der Sexualtherapeutin Marie-Lou Nussbaum psychologisch begleitet. Gemeinsam mit den Eltern und diesem Team von Fachpersonen, das auch einen Urologen, einen Ethiker, eine Jugendgynäkologin und eine Genetikerin umfasst, wird das weitere Vorgehen entschieden. «Einstein» zeigt, wie eine Familie, deren Kind eine Variation der Geschlechtsentwicklung hat, vom Team der Kinderklinik am Inselspital begleitet wird. Rasche Eingriffe mit schweren Folgen In der Vergangenheit wurden viele Kinder mit uneindeutigem Geschlecht auch ohne medizinische Notwendigkeit früh operiert, um ihnen ein Geschlecht zuzuweisen. Diese Eingriffe hatten erhebliche Folgeschäden und verursachten schweres Leiden bei den Betroffenen. 2008 demonstrierten Aktivistinnen und Aktivisten vor dem Kinderspital Zürich gegen Genitaloperationen an Kindern mit Geschlechtsvarianten. In den 1950-/60er-Jahren war das Kinderspital ein führendes Zentrum zur Behandlung von «Intersexualität». Ein Team von Historikern hat dieses Kapitel der Medizingeschichte aufgearbeitet. Klitoris-Amputationen und Hormonzufuhren, um die Situation so schnell wie möglich eindeutig zu machen, waren damals an der Tagesordnung. Die Eltern schlecht informiert und die Kinder nicht mit einbezogen. Schwer lastete das Schweigen auf ihnen. Erst im Erwachsenenalter erfuhren sie die Wahrheit – aber die Narben blieben. Jeder Fall ist hochkomplex «Einstein» zeigt, wie heute die Medizin mit dem hochkomplexen Thema umgeht und es wird deutlich, dass es dabei keine einfachen Antworten gibt. Jeder Fall ist hochkomplex und muss individuell beurteilt werden. In manchen Fällen besteht unmittelbar medizinisch Handlungsbedarf – in anderen nicht. Dann – darin ist sich das interdisziplinäre Team einig – ist es die beste Lösung, einfach nichts zu machen. Zu warten, bis das Kind alt genug ist, um selbst zu entscheiden, wie es sich in seinem Körper fühlt.
Matt's back! We talk about his new podcast "The Dark Domain" and catch up with how he's been since our "break." Our hosts also talk about how although the arts seem less fun, there's also a hefty cost to having fun. It feels so much less so when everything is so goddamn expensive. Stay tuned for later in the program for some announcements regarding two new miniseries coming soon. Social media: Mars on Life: @marsonlifeshow on Twitter and Instagram Sebastian Schug: Seabass on YouTube Ryan Mancini: @mancinira (Twitter) and @manciniryan (Instagram) Andrew Martinez: @andrewomartinez (Twitter) Matt Fernandez: @matt_fern (Twitter) and @thewoodseyninja (Instagram) Artwork by Zachary Erberich (@zacharyerberichart) "Space X-plorers" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Space Jazz" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Variation of Egmont" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Enigma" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Covert Affair" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- 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/mars-on-life-show/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mars-on-life-show/support
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Anomalous tokens reveal the original identities of Instruct models, published by janus on February 9, 2023 on LessWrong. Show me your original face before you were born.— Variation of the Zen koan I was able to use the weird centroid-proximate tokens that Jessica Mary and Matthew Watkins discovered to associate several of the Instruct models on the OpenAI API with the base models they were initialized from. Prompting GPT-3 models with these tokens causes aberrant and correlated behaviors, and I found that the correlation is preserved between base models and Instruct versions, thereby exposing a "fingerprint" inherited from pretraining. I was inspired to try this by JDP's proposal to fingerprint generalization strategies using correlations in model outputs on out-of-distribution inputs. This post describes his idea and the outcome of my experiment, which I think is positive evidence that this "black box cryptanalysis"-inspired approach to fingerprinting models is promising. Unspeakable/unspoken tokens Jessica and Matthew found that that, of the tokens closest to the centroid in GPT-J's embedding space, many were odd words like ' SolidGoldMagikarp' and ' externalToEVA'. They decided to ask GPT-3 about these tokens, and found that not only did GPT-3 have trouble repeating the tokens back, each one caused structured anomalous behaviors (see their post for an in-depth exposition). A partial explanation for why this happens, which was my first instinct as well as Stuart Armstrong's, is that these are words that appeared in the GPT-2 training set frequently enough to be assigned tokens by the GPT-2 tokenizer, which GPT-J and GPT-3 also use, but which didn't appear in the more curated GPT-J and GPT-3 training sets. So the embeddings for these tokens may never have been updated by actual usages of the words during the training of these newer models. This might explain why the models aren't able to repeat them - they never saw them spoken. Perhaps the reason they're close to the centroid in embedding space is because their embeddings haven't been updated very much from the initialization values, or were updated only indirectly, and so remain very "generic". Why do they cause correlated anomalous behaviors? I'm confused about this like everyone, but one handwavy guess is that since their embeddings look "generic" or "typical", perhaps they look meaningful to the model even though they're actually as out-of-distribution as anything can be. Maybe their embeddings happen, by chance, to be close to other concepts in the models' embedding spaces - for instance, some of the GPT-3 models reliably say 'distribute' or 'disperse' if you ask it to repeat the phrase ' SolidGoldMagikarp'. This gave me an idea: If the similarity to other concepts in the model's embedding space is a consequence of the where the randomly initialized embedding vectors happen to fall, I'd expect the behaviors of models trained from the same initialization to exhibit similar behaviors when confronted with these unspoken tokens, and models trained from different initializations to have uncorrelated behaviors. If so, behavior on these tokens could be used to tell if two models are downstream of the same initialization. Mesaoptimizer Cryptanalysis: Or How To Fingerprint Generalization When you're not thinking of anything good and anything bad, at that moment, what is your original face?— Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch (Author's Note: This next section is written by JDP but he writes about himself in the 3rd person to keep the authorial voice consistent with the rest of the post) I'll discuss the results of my experiment in the next section. But first I'd like to explain the overall approach this idea fits into, so that it's clearer to the reader why these results might be important. The reason it occurred to ...
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Huberman Lab Podcast Notes The problem with aging isn't just the preservation of muscle, it's the preservation of muscle, power, and strength – you want to stand up, catch yourself from a fall, pick things up from the floor, etc.Distinguishing strength and hypertrophy: Strength relates to mechanics, the force capability of muscle, and firing the right muscle group in the right sequenceHypertrophy is simply the size of the muscle (without consideration for function or strength) – hypertrophy training optimizes for muscle size, not muscle strength“Protein ingestion alone is anabolic – it will help you grow muscle, independent of even moving.” – Dr. Andy GalpinIf you ingest protein + carbohydrates (fuel) + exercise, the benefits stack to maximize muscle growthIt's important to understand your goal! You can put together a training program for any adaptation you want and avoid the ones you don't want“Volume is the primary driver in hypertrophy; intensity is the primary driver in speed, power, and strength.” – Dr. Andy GalpinNon-negotiables for any training program to work:(1) adherence, (2) progressive overload, (3) individualization, (4) choosing the appropriate targetIn general, a good rep cadence for strength training is 311 and a good cadence for hypertrophy is 312 (or you could even keep it 311 and manipulate other variables – it's just a method choice)General exercise breathing protocol: maintain a breath hold during the lowering/eccentric most dangerous part of the movement & exhale on the concentric portionThe main difference between a power or strength workout is the load – moderate load is power-based adaptation at high intent (moving fast; 30-70% 1RM); strength training is 70% 1RM or higherRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode 2 of a 6-part special series, Dr Andy Galpin, PhD, professor of kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton and world expert on exercise science, explains optimal protocols for increasing strength and causing hypertrophy (muscle growth), as well as for increasing speed and power. He explains the training principles and underlying mechanisms for reaching these goals. Our conversation covers a breadth of training topics, including selecting the number of repetitions, sets, inter-set and inter-workout rest periods, warm-ups, exercise cadence, breathing, stretching, recovery, training frequency, overcoming plateaus, nutrition, and he gives specific examples of exercises for power, strength, and hypertrophy. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman Levels: https://levels.link/huberman InsideTracker: https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Benefits of Strength & Hypertrophy Training, Aging (00:10:52) Strength & Hypertrophy Training, Aesthetics (00:14:02) Momentous, Eight Sleep, Levels (00:17:48) Strength vs. Hypertrophy Training: Adaptations (00:22:42) Ligaments, Tendons & Resistance Training (00:28:05) Bone Strength & Resistance Training, Age, Women (00:32:38) Strength Training & Major Adaptations (00:41:32) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:42:25) Hypertrophy Training & Major Adaptations; Protein Synthesis (00:45:56) Endurance vs. Strength Training & Cell Signaling, Protein Synthesis (00:52:26) Muscle Hypertrophy, Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy (00:56:37) Muscle Physiology & Plasticity, Muscle “Memory” (01:04:00) Non-Negotiables & Modifiable Variables of Exercise Training (01:11:51) InsideTracker (01:12:53) Tool: Speed & Power Training, “3 to 5” Approach, Periodization, Planning (01:22:02) Warming Up & Training, Dynamic Movements (01:30:55) Strength vs. Hypertrophy Repetition Cadence, Triphasic Training (01:44:03) Tool: Breathing & Training, Valsalva Technique (01:53:22) Tool: Training Auto-Regulation, Specificity vs. Variation, Prilepin's Chart (02:02:35) Training to Failure, Exercise Selection & Recovery, Standardization (02:13:45) Tool: Power vs. Strength Training & Modifiable Variables; Supersets (02:24:22) Sets & Rest Periods; Stretching (02:28:48) Tools: Power Training & Modifiable Variables; Examples (02:30:16) Tools: Strength Training & Modifiable Variables, Cluster Sets, Dynamic Variable Sets (02:40:44) Power & Strength Training Protocols (02:43:37) Intention, Focus & Exercise (02:47:29) Hypertrophy Training Program, Muscle Growth & Signaling (02:55:12) Tools: Hypertrophy Training & Modifiable Variables; Examples (03:03:02) Balanced Muscle Development & Hypertrophy (03:09:04) Tools: Hypertrophy Training & Modifiable Variables; Splits (03:23:08) “Non-Responders” & Exercise Plateaus, Volume (03:27:06) Hypertrophy, Repetition & Rest Ranges, Muscle Failure, “Chaos Management” (03:37:39) Frequency & Workout Duration, Splits (03:44:52) Training Frequency, Infrequent Training, Intermediate Repetition Ranges (03:55:22) Hypertrophy, Muscle Damage & Recovery (04:01:15) Combining Cardiovascular & Hypertrophy Training, Interference Effect (04:06:22) Hypertrophy Training Protocols (04:12:06) Tool: Neck & Rear Deltoid Exercises, Stabilization & Hypertrophy (04:14:42) Hypertrophy: Reps, Sets & Progression, “Hidden” Stressors, Exercises to Avoid (04:21:09) Deliberate Cold Exposure & Hypertrophy vs. Strength (04:26:41) Nutrition, Timing & Strength/Hypertrophy; Creatine (04:38:04) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Tony returns to GCC for the second half of a 2 hour-long discussion on the rock band everyone knows, but few know well; Weezer! This week is part 2 where Mike & Tony spend the majority of the conversation continuing their Weezer album rankings (excluding the Teal covers album); discussing the many sound changes of the band & some highlights and then towards the end they then give their top 5 Weezer tracks! This conversation is for anyone who likes music; whether you've barely heard of Weezer or are a superfan, this is a great listen! In case you missed part 1, Mike & Tony talk about when they first heard Weezer and why they decided to go through their entire discography, plus they give some bio information on the band, talk about why the band are popular, including why so many “fans” don't listen passed their second album (which relates to the SNL sketch linked below). Towards the end of part 1, Mike & Tony begin their ranking of Weezer's albums! Thanks to Spider-Dan, Dave Horrocks, Blake Byles & Max Byrne for their comments in part 1! The Weezer SNL sketch: https://youtu.be/ab5WvwfLuLM Go to Tony's website for updates on his books, podcasts & everything else: https://www.arfarina.com Tony has appeared on episodes 71 & 88 of GCC and Mike has appeared on Indie Comics Spotlight several times; on the 2022 episodes Miracleman & Shadow Service and the 2021 episodes Flintstones, Billionaire Island & Second Coming! Sign up to the Pop Culture Collective newsletter (that both Mike & Tony are contributors for): https://pccnewsletter.com Keep an eye out on the Comics In Motion podcast feed and Genuine Chit-Chat's YouTube channel for a new show; Star Wars Rebels Reviewed, coming soon! Check out Mike's Patreon, where he releases at least 1 episode of his & Megan's “Afterthoughts” a week, and in October they released an episode every few days, plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC and more, so if you want to support the show and get more content, check it out at http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat To hear to a free Patreon episode, check out the first in Mike & Megan's Tom Hanks watch here: https://bit.ly/TomHanks1 The previous episode of GCC (183) brought the 7th appearance of Gough from Beernuts Productions! Gough spoke about his 2 newest comedy films; The Kidnapping & Couples Therapy, how filming in 2022 was compared to previous years, sketch comedy, Hawaiian shirts and more! Intro & outro read by BZ The Voice: http://bzthevoice.com Find Mike's other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion or on GCC's YouTube channel. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-119 are out now, in ep 119 Mike delved into Darth Vader comics where he finds himself face-to-face with Padmé's double; Sabé! In ep 118 Mike delved into the new horror anthology; Tales From The Rancor Pit and in 117 Mike delved into Aphra's Spark-Eternal possessed story! Previous episodes include the War Of The Bounty Hunters & Crimson Reign crossovers, every other canon Star Wars comic by Marvel, the Journals of Old Ben Kenobi, full High Republic coverage (book reviews & comics) & much more - https://podfollow.com/comicsinmotion Mike recently guested on: Indie Comics Spotlight to talk Miracleman Books 1-4: https://pod.fo/e/156d91 Ike's Flame podcast to talk about The High Republic here: https://pod.fo/e/143ce4 Instagram – Twitter – Facebook – YouTube – Stitcher – Podbean – Spotify
Philosophical Weightlifting Podcast
Seriously, pick up a copy! Click the link to support myself, Max, and Weightlifting House:The Weightlifter's Guide to The Snatch – W|H USA (weightliftinghouse.com)In this episode of the podcast, we were joined by Kim Ransom of Pittsburgh Barbell. We cover a lot of ground, discussing how to effective coach the lifts, utilize exercise variation, and build a successful business.Follow Kim:Pittsburgh Barbell (@pittsburghbarbell) • Instagram photos and videosOnyx:https://www.onyxstraps.com/ with code PHILWL for 10% offhttps://www.instagram.com/onyx_straps/Weightlifting House:https://www.weightliftinghouse.com/ with code PHILWL for 10% offFollow Max and get coaching!https://www.instagram.com/max_aita/Follow me and get coaching!https://www.instagram.com/josh_philwl/Check out the AI:https://weightlifting.ai/
In this episode 2 of a 6-part special series, Dr Andy Galpin, PhD, professor of kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton and world expert on exercise science, explains optimal protocols for increasing strength and causing hypertrophy (muscle growth), as well as for increasing speed and power. He explains the training principles and underlying mechanisms for reaching these goals. Our conversation covers a breadth of training topics, including selecting the number of repetitions, sets, inter-set and inter-workout rest periods, warm-ups, exercise cadence, breathing, stretching, recovery, training frequency, overcoming plateaus, nutrition, and he gives specific examples of exercises for power, strength, and hypertrophy. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman Levels: https://levels.link/huberman InsideTracker: https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Benefits of Strength & Hypertrophy Training, Aging (00:10:52) Strength & Hypertrophy Training, Aesthetics (00:14:02) Momentous, Eight Sleep, Levels (00:17:48) Strength vs. Hypertrophy Training: Adaptations (00:22:42) Ligaments, Tendons & Resistance Training (00:28:05) Bone Strength & Resistance Training, Age, Women (00:32:38) Strength Training & Major Adaptations (00:41:32) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:42:25) Hypertrophy Training & Major Adaptations; Protein Synthesis (00:45:56) Endurance vs. Strength Training & Cell Signaling, Protein Synthesis (00:52:26) Muscle Hypertrophy, Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy (00:56:37) Muscle Physiology & Plasticity, Muscle “Memory” (01:04:00) Non-Negotiables & Modifiable Variables of Exercise Training (01:11:51) InsideTracker (01:12:53) Tool: Speed & Power Training, “3 to 5” Approach, Periodization, Planning (01:22:02) Warming Up & Training, Dynamic Movements (01:30:55) Strength vs. Hypertrophy Repetition Cadence, Triphasic Training (01:44:03) Tool: Breathing & Training, Valsalva Technique (01:53:22) Tool: Training Auto-Regulation, Specificity vs. Variation, Prilepin's Chart (02:02:35) Training to Failure, Exercise Selection & Recovery, Standardization (02:13:45) Tool: Power vs. Strength Training & Modifiable Variables; Supersets (02:24:22) Sets & Rest Periods; Stretching (02:28:48) Tools: Power Training & Modifiable Variables; Examples (02:30:16) Tools: Strength Training & Modifiable Variables, Cluster Sets, Dynamic Variable Sets (02:40:44) Power & Strength Training Protocols (02:43:37) Intention, Focus & Exercise (02:47:29) Hypertrophy Training Program, Muscle Growth & Signaling (02:55:12) Tools: Hypertrophy Training & Modifiable Variables; Examples (03:03:02) Balanced Muscle Development & Hypertrophy (03:09:04) Tools: Hypertrophy Training & Modifiable Variables; Splits (03:23:08) “Non-Responders” & Exercise Plateaus, Volume (03:27:06) Hypertrophy, Repetition & Rest Ranges, Muscle Failure, “Chaos Management” (03:37:39) Frequency & Workout Duration, Splits (03:44:52) Training Frequency, Infrequent Training, Intermediate Repetition Ranges (03:55:22) Hypertrophy, Muscle Damage & Recovery (04:01:15) Combining Cardiovascular & Hypertrophy Training, Interference Effect (04:06:22) Hypertrophy Training Protocols (04:12:06) Tool: Neck & Rear Deltoid Exercises, Stabilization & Hypertrophy (04:14:42) Hypertrophy: Reps, Sets & Progression, “Hidden” Stressors, Exercises to Avoid (04:21:09) Deliberate Cold Exposure & Hypertrophy vs. Strength (04:26:41) Nutrition, Timing & Strength/Hypertrophy; Creatine (04:38:04) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Variation in depression symptoms could translate to underdiagnosis and missed care- see article here. **TRIGGER WARNING**: Mentions of SI and other difficult topics RESOURCES BLACK MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES 55 MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR BLACK, INDIGENOUS, AND PEOPLE OF COLOR Be Well, Sis Partners: Athletic Greens– Redeem your offer for 1 year of high-quality Vitamin D + 5 free travel packs BetterHelp- Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/bewellsis Let's Get Checked- Visit trylgc.com/bewellsis and get 25% off your test using code BEWELLSIS Want More? Join us on Patreon for exclusive episodes and content. Join our group-chat on the Geneva app! From book discussions to wellness practitioner recommendations, and more- let's help keep each other on track to achieve our goals! Join here!
People and families thrive best when they have a place to call home and are fully included in the community. In this episode, Chris Canna dives deep into the challenges faced when providing accessible, safe housing for people with disabilities such as staffing needs and the cost of housing. He touches on CIL's work in Massachusetts & Connecticut and discusses how this is leading the way in providing accessible housing for people with disabilities, and their families and the importance of funding services. Let's dig into it! Chris Canna is the Vice President of Real Estate Development - an integral part of the team responsible for sourcing relevant projects for development and managing the department. He hunts for suitable projects and subsequently oversees development from start to finish. A member of several professional organizations dedicated to urban planning, Chris networks with his contemporaries around the country and applies his connections and expertise in his daily work at CIL. Key Highlights: [00:01 - 06:06] Opening Segment • Chris introduces the Corporation for Independent Living Working with service providers to develop housing for people with disabilities • How to serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities [06:07 - 12:03] A Look at Inclusive Housing and Technology • Why housing is a major problem in the metro Boston area • The importance of focusing on the community resident model • How State laws protect against nimbyism in Connecticut and Massachusetts [12:04 - 17:58] The Corporation for Independent Living • Pursuing a national approach to housing development • Variation from state to state in terms of land, use controls, and Medicaid administration • How to leverage accessible housing with provider organizations and state officials [17:59 - 27:00] Closing Segment • Why Massachusetts is a role model for providing accessible housing • The challenges faced by the industry • How remote support services are being used to mitigate staffing problems Want to connect with Chris? Head to CIL, the connection of community! Resources Mentioned: Community Matters: CIL Celebrates 40 Years Key Quotes: "Housing is such a huge part of living a fulfilling, healthy, and happy life." - Chris Canna Please check out videos of many of the podcast episodes on my YouTube channel: Accessible Housing Matters, To learn more, share feedback, or share guest ideas, please visit my website, or contact me on Facebook and Twitter. Like what you've heard? Please review us! That helps let other people know about the podcast. Accessible Housing Matters is dedicated to raising awareness about important issues around accessibility and housing, and getting conversations going. I'd love to learn more about what's on your mind and get your feedback about the show. Contact me directly at email@example.com to share your thoughts or arrange a call.
Today you'll learn about the development of a potential new Covid vaccine in the form of a nasal spray, how your circadian rhythm affects how intensely you feel pain, and how the old saying that you need 8 glasses of water a day could be a myth. Pain Worse at Night “Why pain feels worse at night” by Allison Whittenhttps://arstechnica.com/science/2022/09/why-pain-feels-worse-at-night/“Circadian rhythmicity of pain sensitivity in humans” by Inès Daguet, Véronique Raverot, Didier Bouhassira, and Claude Gronfierhttps://academic.oup.com/brain/article/145/9/3225/6637506?guestAccessKey=e94c8f79-7fca-42ca-98e2-085eb26400c3&login=falseWho Needs Water? “Stop counting cups. There's an ocean of difference in our water needs” by UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISONhttps://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/972344“Variation in human water turnover associated with environmental and lifestyle factors” by YOSUKE YAMADA et al.https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abm8668Covid Nasal Spray “How nasal-spray vaccines could change the pandemic” by Emily Waltzhttps://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-02824-3“Investigational Mucosal COVID Vaccine Protects Against Disease and Transmission” by Sarah Averyhttps://corporate.dukehealth.org/news/investigational-mucosal-covid-vaccine-protects-against-disease-and-transmissionFollow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/pain-worse-at-night-who-needs-water-covid-nasal-spray
Matduke presents The Hard & Loud Podcast (Hardstyle, Happy Hardcore)
Ep. 131 : Euphoric Hardstyle Follow me for regular mixes! Download is enabled! Buy me a coffee! ☕: https://ko-fi.com/matduke Youtube: https://youtu.be/U6Jpqw7hwA4 Apple: https://apple.co/2F7D4bl Mixcloud: https://bit.ly/3X1VUZs Google: https://bit.ly/31w7EJ2 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org What's up my friends? This is Matduke, bringing you the Episode 131 of the Hard & Loud Podcast. This week, I have a great euphoric hardstyle mix for you. Get ready. If you're on Spotify, check out the official Hard & Loud Spotify playlist, links are in the description. Now, enjoy the show! Links Discord: https://discord.gg/matduke Facebook: https://facebook.com/djmatduke Twitter: https://twitter.com/matduke Instagram: https://instagram.com/djmatduke/ Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2j09OcQ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/djmatduke Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/matduke/ Youtube: https://youtube.com/user/djmatduke Twitch: https://twitch.tv/matduke Website: http://djmatduke.com/ Tracklist 0:00 Wasted Penguinz - Release Me 5:23 Sub Sonik x DJ Gollum - Running Up That Hill 8:42 Da Tweekaz & Villain & LePrince - Trash The Party 12:52 ATMOZFEARS & XENSE - LOST 16:23 Hard Driver - Face The Fire 20:16 SOREN - Falling 23:39 Nightcraft - Ghosts 26:59 Sephyx - Broken Halo feat. Nino Lucarelli 32:08 Serzo - Stronger Now 35:36 MYST - With You 38:43 Divinez - Coming Under 41:27 Dr Rude - LWYD 45:12 Da Tweekaz x Primeshock x GLDY LX - Glitchfest 48:40 Frontliner, MYST & Alter Ego - Before Your Eyes 52:00 Ecstatic - Ecuador 53:48 Divinez - Like A Star 56:35 Phuture Noize - The Temple (A 2k22 Variation)
Hour 3 of The Drew Mariani Show on 1-4-23 Dr. Bob Tiballi takes calls with Drew about the latest COVID news Nicholas Eberstadt refutes Paul Erlich's most recent appearance on 60 Mins, and his doomsday climate messages
The Overnightscape Underground
1:13:40 – A foggy and dark New Year’s Eve, first “ug” meta/hosting level track in over 13 years, history of The Overnightscape Underground, reconnecting with the roots of the project, help from beyond, the magic of the mid to late 20th Century, Chilly Willy, origin point of the project, 209, Phish, The Hindenburg Disaster, Phish show, […]
Tháng 12 đến, cũng là lúc con người ta thường nhìn lại bản thân, và những sự kiện đã diễn ra trong 12 tháng sắp qua. Chúng ta suy nghĩ về những thành tựu, những điều mình đã làm được trong 1 năm. Chúng ta cũng tổng kết cả những dự định vẫn còn dở dang, những điều sẽ tiếp tục được viết vào mục sẽ hoàn thành cho 1 năm tiếp theo. Những tháng ngày cuối năm thường có bóng dáng của Quá khứ, Hiện tại, và Tương lai đan chặt vào nhau. Bạn của tôi, tháng 12, 12 tháng trôi qua của 1 năm của bạn, đã có những sắc màu gì? Tháng 12, bạn biết ơn điều gì? Những điều gì bạn quyết định buông bỏ lại? Những điều gì bạn sẽ tiếp tục bỏ vào hành trang, như những cây bút chì màu tô điểm cuộc sống trong năm sắp tới? Cuối năm rồi, tôi muốn gửi lời cảm ơn tất cả, những người đã và đang yêu thương, lắng nghe Nu DOP Radio tới bây giờ. Chúc mọi người năm mới nhiều sức khỏe và tâm an lạc. Thân thương, Nu DOP -/- Trong radio có sử dụng: - Trích đoạn của bài thơ "Bếp lửa" của Bằng Việt. - Bài thơ "Tháng 3 và hoa gạo" của Phan Thu Hà. - Trích đoạn bài viết "Hoa sưa" của tác giả Hạ Linh. - Trích đoạn trong sách "Năm tháng tĩnh lặng, kiếp này bình yên" của Bạch Lạc Mai. - Thơ tình mùa thu - sưu tầm. - Trích đoạn bài viết về tháng 11 của Quyền Văn. - Trích đoạn bài viết "Cảm xúc tháng 12" của Diệu Ái. Music: Canon and Variation by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
[DSC307] Earl is still conducting his away mission, so we've gone back to the trunkful of past reviews we have yet to release, and take it back to Star Trek: […]
In honor of the New Year, This Was A Thing is making some serious resolutions: 1. We're going to find even more ways to work Bea Arthur into future episodes. 2. Ray and Rob are going to start a new Patreon perk - "Fight Club with Fred Silverman." 3. We will not program any computers in any way that could even possibly cause an infrastructure catastrophe. If that last resolution sounds oddly specific and familiar, then you're probably remembering 1999 - when the entire country (and world) was asking itself: will we make it to the year 2000? Rob teaches Ray about how the world nearly experienced a computer crisis at the turn of the millennium; why two extra digits make a world of difference; how the Backstreet Boys prep for the digital apocalypse; and how the fear of a global shutdown 23 years ago compares to the recent real-world pandemic experience. If you like what we are doing, please support us on Patreon. TEAM Ray Hebel Robert W. Schneider Mark Schroeder Billy Recce Daniel Schwartzberg Gabe Crawford Natalie DeSavia ARTICLES EPISODE CLIPS New Year's Eve, 1999 Into 2000 - YouTube Y2K - www.NBCUniversalArchives.com - YouTube Y2K Bug: Much Ado About Nothing? | Retro Report | The New York Times - YouTube The Y2K Scare | National Geographic - YouTube Y2K Survival Kit Ad - YouTube Y2K: Are You Ready? A Drill for Y2K Preparedness (1999) - YouTube Y2K: Tensions in the Last Days of the 1900's - YouTube Warrior News ~ Predictions For Y2K Millenium Bug - YouTube From Freaked to Fine: Celebs React to Y2K (1999) | MTV News - YouTube KGBT 4 Archives - Valley Residents Prepare For Y2K (December 28, 1999) - YouTube WPXB TV-60 (PAX) May 26th 1999 Commercial Breaks - YouTube Looking back 20 years at the fears of Y2K: From the Vault - YouTube 1999 - Millennium Y2K Prep - Las Vegas New Years Eve - KVBC TV - YouTube Y2K News Report - YouTube Y2k Family Survival Guide With Leonard Nimoy  [VHSRIP] - YouTube 20 years after Y2K panic, what happened to the guy with a bunker of food? - YouTube ADDITIONAL MUSIC & SOUND EFFECTS "Happy Bee" and "Variation on Egmont" • Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) • Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 • http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Additional Sound Effects from Final Cut Pro, iLife, and Logic Pro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 294 is about diving deep into the human experience. When we deal with our emotions, especially when it comes to love, it's helpful to identify our patterns. This could resolve a lot of issues when it comes to intimacy, traumas, and even grief. After all, the opposite of love is grief. You love somebody you can lose. That's an unforgettable line we got from Dr. Thomas Jordan — whose clinical specialty is treating adults who are depressed and anxious about past or present unhealthy relationship experiences, people who are struggling with low self-esteem, feelings of loss, or an unhealthy love life. Today, Dr. Thomas will be with us to talk about the psychology around love, and how you can change your love life by changing your psychology. Overcome any emotional dive with us. We provide support for men from all walks of life. Follow us at menonpurpose.net Quick Timestamps: 00:01:09 Guest Intro & Background: Dr. Thomas Jordan 00:05:46 How Thomas Got Started 00:07:39 What You Need to Work On to Have a Great Relationship 00:09:08 What Love Is 00:10:00 Examples of Sabotage 00:14:25 Variation in Attraction 00:15:35 Consciousness Is the Key 00:16:48 Will Is a Decision That You Have to Act On 00:18:42 The Differences in Women: Independence, Control, Intimacy 00:21:19 How the Psychology of a Person Affects Their Experience 00:22:51 Change Your Love Life by Changing Your Psychology 00:23:39 Healthy and Unhealthy Attachment to Thoughts 00:26:28 The Idea You Could Be in Love and Not Get Hurt 00:31:21 Parentified Child 00:32:02 Sharing Your Emotions With Your Child 00:34:12 Starting the Journey of Self-Healing 00:34:42 The Greatest Gift You Can Give Your Kids 00:38:54 What Wakes People up From Old Patterns 00:39:59 Dealing With Loneliness 00:43:34 Stop Wasting Your Time 00:44:05 The Importance of Intimacy 00:46:49 Getting Trust Back in a Relationship 00:50:45 The Psychology of Caution and Paranoia 00:53:19 Letting Go of the Past 00:55:39 The Opposite of Love 00:58:03 Schools Should Teach Love and Grief Connect with Guest (Relevant Links to be provided) ❤️ Website:https://lovelifelearningcenter.com/
Human cognition and behavior are highly heritable and so is liability to disorders that affect them. This includes neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We have started to integrate genetic risk data with the emerging maps of gene regulation to study human specific aspects of gene expression and gene regulation. These analyses indicate that human specific aspects of gene regulation, such as genes regulated by human specific enhancers, are indeed enriched in mutations or common genetic variants that increase risk for ASD and allied neurodevelopmental disorders. This provides evidence that genetic elements underlying human brain evolution are particularly susceptible to disruption in disease. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Humanities] [Science] [Education] [Show ID: 38299]
A Batoo Nativity: Starring Finn Morris-Young & Matt Hunt Other parts played by the ensemble Written by Matt Hunt Produced by Edmund Edmunds for Milk Media Edited by Matt Hunt Music Credited to: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100189 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Away In A Manger by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Hark The Herald Angels Sing by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Carol Of The Bells by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Canon and Variation by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/best-and-the-other-one/support
Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
This holiday break, we're re-releasing two gorgeous beauty episodes from the Getting Curious archives! First up, join Dr. Tina Lasisi—a biological anthropologist studying human hair—and Jonathan as they explore the evolutionary history of hair, measuring hair variation, and the twists and turns of Jonathan's hair school textbook.Dr. Tina Lasisi is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Quantitative and Computational Biology at the University of Southern California, and incoming Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. You can follow Dr. Lasisi on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok @tinalasisi. Her website is www.tinalasisi.com. Make sure to check out more of her work via linktr.ee/tinalasisi, like her PBS Digital Studios series Why Am I Like This?. Want to support other Black Biological Anthropologists? Dr. Lasisi recommends following @BlackinBioAnthro on Twitter and Instagram, and @rockstaranthro on Instagram. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @CuriousWithJVN to join the conversation. Jonathan is on Instagram and Twitter @JVN and @Jonathan.Vanness on Facebook. Transcripts for each episode are available at JonathanVanNess.com. Our executive producer is Erica Getto. Our associate producer is Zahra Crim. Our editor is Andrew Carson. Our theme music is “Freak” by QUIÑ; for more, head to TheQuinCat.com.
In this podcast Jason explains the effect of variation on our projects.
Whoooaaa! Where did 2022 go??? The Start Line Girls are back after a little hiatus over the summer (and autumn!) and here we are at Christmas already!!! But the great thing about that is this is the first TSL Christmas episode! Yes, we managed to pull it outta the bag to celebrate the season (and to mark the official end of the first (3 year long!) season of The Start Line Podcast) and got round the table together to record this special episode. We take a look back at what we did over the summer/autumn including our highlight-the Lisbon Half Marathon and 8k, which marked the inaugural ERC running holiday! We hear from our Emancipated Run Crew family about their experiences of racing abroad. We also share what makes Christmas special to us, and discuss ways of staying motivated to keep moving throughout the holiday season. Wishing a Happy Christmas and a joyous New Year to all our listeners! See you in ‘23!We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod. You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!). We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Canon and Variation by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/Hip Hop Christmas by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/Support the show
Have you missed us? It's been a while since we've taken a couple of weeks off in between podcasts. Blame Travis! He decided to escape to Europe for a couple of weeks so he could pout about his Hawkeyes losing to Nebraska and avoid Dr. Rob living rent-free inside his head! In this episode of the Doc Talk Podcast presented by Betfred Sports, Dr. Rob Zatechka and Travis Justice cover a lot of ground. With the dismissal of Mickey Joesph from the program, O-Line coach Donovan Raiola was retained by Matt Rhule, and Rob's Vegas vacation to celebrate the College Football Hall of Fame Induction of Zach Wiegert. We are looking for suggestions during the off-season. The podcast will become more interview based until we start talking about Xs and Os again. If there is someone you would like us to interview, send us suggestions at email@example.com. Betfred Sports presents the Doc Talk Podcast. Never miss a bet with Betfred Sports. Register right now! If you are in Arizona, Colorado, or Iowa, enter the PROMO CODE: DOCTALK, and you will get a free $20 bet. There are various betting types, including straight bets, in-play wagering, parlay cards, teasers, and more. Promotions and Bonuses exclusively for online bettors. Variation of deposit methods with secure withdrawals. Betfred Sports App is active in the following ways: Arizona-Get up to a $500 risk-free bet Colorado-Get up to a $500 risk-free bet Iowa-Bet $50 and get up to $250 free bets Pennsylvania through the Wind Creek Casino App Now open in Maryland and coming soon to Ohio If you have a gambling problem, call 1-800-Gambler. Additionally, the Doc Talk Podcast is supported by the following: Husker Hounds Attorney Connor Orr HuskerMax (Podcast Distributor) Tickets For Less Purchase Doc Talk Sports t-shirts Click Here to Buy Follow us on social media: Dr. Rob- Twitter-@doctalksports Travis-Twitter-@traviscreates Like our page on Facebook. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Please give this podcast episode a "like" and subscribe to it on whatever streaming service you listen on. Also, take the time to provide us with a review, as it helps more people find us.
Make and Decorate with Stephanie Socha Design
This is the mid-season finale episode. New episodes will resume in February 2023My guest on this episode is Kristin Esser from the Simple Handmade Everyday podcast. We talk about Kristin's Master Bath Reno project she completed this year…with a little design help from me. Of course we also chat about all the crafty things like quilting, knitting , cross stitch and our love for tea!In the Chit Chat segment I share a quick lighting 101 lesson and talk about the three main categories of lighting and how to achieve the best lighting for your home and work.Intro music: Canon and Variation by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Support the showFor photos and links to what I talked about in this episode, visit my podcast blog https://stephaniesochadesign.com/podcast-make-and-decorate Make and Decorate Friends, Mighty Networks group - free to join! INSTAGRAM: @stephanie.socha.design WEBSITE: https://stephaniesochadesign.com/podcast-make-and-decorate EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org YOUTUBE: Stephanie Socha Design
On this episode Jeff interviews Gena Cox, about how leaders can build inclusion into workplace culture. Gena in an expert in inclusion, and has her PhD in Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Jeff and Gena discuss her new book, "Leading Inclusion, Drive Change Your Employees Can See and Feel.” Jeff and Gena explore why is it difficult for many C-Suite executives to understand and focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion in a way that creates long-lasting change. They discuss the lack of education about black history in the United States among business leaders, and how can leaders can better understand the impact of racial trauma at work. Jeff and Gena explore the concept of REDI and how it is different from DEIB. Gina shares why some commonly used terms are not helpful when referring to disadvantaged and underrepresented communities.
There's something wonderful and maybe even a little mystifying about a good theme song. A few familiar notes can serve as a cue to sit back, break from ordinary life, and enter new worlds and realities through the stories that splash across our screens. An iconic theme may even become a sort of character itself — bearing a personality of its own and possibly even evolving over time.For episode 58 of our podcast, Themes and Variation, Carter and Mahea sat down with composer, Tangelene Bolton to chat about some of our all-time favorite "Theme Songs." The episode centers around musical pieces that serve as themes for the shows What We Do In the Shadows, Westworld, and Doctor Who. The selections that feature in the discussion were created by Norma Tenega, Ramin Djawadi, Ron Grainer, and Delia Derbyshire.Check out all of our courses including Kiefer: Keys, Chords, & Beats here.Subscribe to all of Soundfly's premium course content here.Sign up to work one-on-one with one of our incredible mentors here.Check out each song mentioned on this episode with this handy Spotify playlist!Have questions or comments? Want to suggest a theme for a future episode? Drop us a line at email@example.com or reach out on Twitter.
In todays episode we talk about a few ways you can use diet variation and forms of fasting to break through plateaus. We talk about the importance of adjusting your diet in different seasons including diet diversity, quality and techniques such as paleo, Mediterranean, fasting, etc for short periods of time to switch things up and help you find an eating style that works best for you! Join The FitMom Community HERETo connect with Liz Roman click HERETo connect with Becca Chilczenkowski click HERECheck out Liz's COOKBOOK, FitCookery HERECheck out our PLANNER, Win The Day HEREThis episode is brought to you by FitMom LifestyleMarketing and Production by brandhardWant to check out some of our favorite supplements like the Daily Greens, Digestive Enzymes, and some of the best tasting protein to help you recover from your workout (Fruit D Loop is one of our favorites) visit 1stPhorm now.We LOVE THRIVE MARKET! We get a lot of great items there for our kids, and ourselves, without all the junk! Try THRIVE + get 40% off your first order with this link!I'm serious about my skin and want to stay looking young as long as possible. A lot of skin care products don't take in to account an active lifestyle and block the pores. That's why I use FRE Skincare. Their breakthrough dual action formula that fights breakouts and the signs of aging with high impact natural ingredients. - Use code LIZROMAN at checkout for 45% off.Grab a pack of PaleoValley GrassFed Beef Sticks for $4.99 - 80% off!Get a FREE Sample pack of LMNT! LMNT is a electrolyte drink mix that is formulated to help anyone with their electrolyte needs and is perfectly suited to folks following a keto, low-carb, or paleo diet AND it is soo tasty - great for flavoring water and helping you drink more! Our favorite flavors include Watermelon, Raspberry, Mango Chili, Grapefruit and Citrus!
Curious Neuron: Learning and the Brain
In today's episode of the Curious Neuron podcast, I chatted with Amira Allen, Ph.D. and visiting professor at Drake University along with 3 parents (2 moms and 1 dad). We discuss the research behind paid leave and the benefits it brings to not only the parents but the children as well. However, we all know the benefits of paid leave, but do you know how many months many parents (moms or dads) get in Canada? Do you know how many weeks most parents (moms and dads) get in the United States?Watch this episode or listen to the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Amazon Music! Subscribe today!Follow Curious Neuron on Instagram @curious_neuron for more science-backed parenting support. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more science-backed parenting content.Research:Racial/ethnic Variation in Residential Fathers' Time in Childcare and Co-presence with ChildrenYoung Adult Parents' Work–Family Conflict: The Roles of Parenting Stress and Parental ConflictDr. Allen's ThesisFAMILY TIME: THE ROLE OF WORKPLACE POLICIES AND HOW PARENTS SPEND THEIR TIMEPlease leave a rating for our podcast on iTunes! You can listen to our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Let me know if you rate the podcast and I will send you a FREE Emotions Moutain PDF to help your child regulate their emotions. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you to our supporter the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute at The Neuro. The Neuro is the first health sciences institution in the world to commit to Open Science, an approach to research that ensures scientific knowledge is shared widely and transparently. Join our community: Instagram: @curious_neuron Website: www.curiousneuron.com Podcast website: www.curiousneuron.com/curiousneuronpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAMkWjtcMFVrOmFPtyLk1owAmazon Music: www.amazon.com/curiousneuron
Matt Rhule is the new Head Coach of Nebraska football. He was introduced Monday fan fare that Husker fans like to put on display to show support. This edition of the DocTalk Podcast presented by Betfred Sports, is a recording of the YouTube live stream Travis Justice and Dr. Rob Zatechka did on Monday, November 28, 2022. Rhule signs an 8-year, $74 million contract making him the 3rd highest-paid coach in the Big 10 Conference. Betfred Sports presents the Doc Talk Podcast. Never miss a bet with Betfred Sports. Register right now! If you are in Arizona, Colorado, or Iowa, enter the PROMO CODE: DOCTALK, and you will get a free $20 bet. There are various betting types, including straight bets, in-play wagering, parlay cards, teasers, and more. Promotions and Bonuses exclusively for online bettors. Variation of deposit methods with secure withdrawals. Betfred Sports App is active in the following ways: Arizona-Get up to a $500 risk-free bet Colorado-Get up to a $500 risk-free bet Iowa-Bet $50 and get up to $250 free bets Pennsylvania through the Wind Creek Casino App Now open in Maryland and coming soon to Ohio If you have a gambling problem, call 1-800-Gambler. Additionally, the Doc Talk Podcast is supported by the following: Husker Hounds Attorney Connor Orr HuskerMax (Podcast Distributor) Tickets For Less Purchase Doc Talk Sports t-shirts Click Here to Buy Follow us on social media: Dr. Rob- Twitter-@doctalksports Travis-Twitter-@traviscreates Like our page on Facebook. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Please give this podcast episode a "like" and subscribe to it on whatever streaming service you listen on. Also, take the time to provide us with a review, as it helps more people find us.