Alienware celebrates its 25th birthday with a redesigned flagship gaming desktop - EngadgetThe latest Aurora is designed for more efficient airflow..Google Sent More Than 50,000 Warnings to Users Targeted by Government-Backed Hackers This Year - GizmodoThe company said it tracks more than 270 targeted or government-backed attacker groups from more than 50 countries on "any given day."Nintendo Aware Of Crash Error "Near The End" Of Metroid Dread, Says It's Working On A Fix - Nintendo LifeAn update should arrive later this monthClubhouse has a new Music Mode that could make it the place to play - The VergeMusic Mode offers high-quality, stereo sound for listeners. With Amazon's live music platform on the horizon and Twitter and Spotify eying the space, Clubhouse is likely looking to step up its game in the music department.Whole Foods customer records among 82M exposed due to vulnerable database - VentureBeatThe records had info that referenced companies like Whole Foods Market, and included customer order records, names, addresses, and more.
As Joe Ferguson wraps up his final days as Chicago's inspector general, he releases two new audits sounding the alarms on fire department response times and City Council finances. For more Reset interviews, subscribe to this podcast. And please give us a rating, it helps other listeners find us. For more about Reset, go to wbez.org and follow us on Twitter @WBEZReset
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This week Dr. Doug talks: More Apple 0-Days, SnapMC, the NSA, Olympus, Brother, Android, Facebook, GTA Remakes, and the returning Expert Commentary of Jason Wood on the Security Weekly News! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn157 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly
Teheran is running password spraying attacks (especially on Thursdays and Sundays). More on the renewed popularity of DDoS attacks. NCSC warns British businesses against ransomware. Two journalists win the Nobel Peace Prize. Joe Carrigan shares his thoughts on GriftHorse. Our guest is Bindu Sundaresan from AT&T Cybersecurity football season and cyber risks. And watch out for small data cards in your peanut butter sandwiches, kids. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/196
Join us as our Lead Pastor, Blake Chilton, walks through Acts 7. Continue listening with us this year as we make our way through our ONE Story Bible reading plan as we read the entire Bible in one year. To watch a version of this sermon, check out our online service: declarationchurch.net/live.
“Scripture makes it really clear God wants us to be aware of the existence of angels and the nature of what they do.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston Hello Kitchen Table Theology Family! In this episode, Pastor Jeff and Jen Denton continue their discussion on Angelology. So far in this series, we've discussed what angels are and what they do within God's purpose. Today we discuss how we relate to angels. [00:01] Angelic Encounters with Humans in the BibleIntroducing today's topic Some examples of angelic encounters in the Bible Daniel 10 Acts 8:26-40Rev 22:8Acts 27 [05:09] How Angels Affect Our LivesAccording to Dr. Wayne Grudem, we should be aware of angels in our daily lives.Several ways our lives can be enriched by an awareness of the existence and ministry of angels in the world todayWhen we worship we are joining a myriad of angels (Hebrews 12:22) Angels are watching our obedience or disobedience to God through the dayAngels can put on human form and hold angelic visitations (Hebrews 13:2) God can send angels to miraculously deliver us from danger or distress (Psalm 91) [18:28] Warnings and Cautions From The BibleScripture warns us from receiving false doctrine from supposed angels (Gal 1:8) (1 Kings) If there's a clear possibility of satanic deception, tempting us to disobey the clear teachings of Scripture or claiming a new revelation, we should stay away Many false preachers and prophets will add to the Bible, or justify their desires or actions by saying they received a new revelation from angelic beings We are not to worship angelsWe are not to pray to angels (1 Tim 2:5) We're not to go around seeking angels and their presence [32:01] Final Thoughts Final words Connect with us! Key Quotes“We can be comforted by the realization that perhaps hundreds of angels are witnessing your lonely struggle, and they are daily peering into your life. The scriptural phrase regarding our salvation is that they long to look. So angels are daily looking at the way Christ's great salvation is finding expression in our lives.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston “We're not to worship angels, we're not to pray to angels, and we're not to go around seeking angels and their presence.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston Resources MentionedSystematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine by Wayne GrudemJoin the ConversationWe love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today's episode, email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit my website https://www.jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church. Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranstonRemember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!
For this week's episode of The Sunday Debate, we revisit our event from 2018.Many would argue that these are the fundamental goals of a good education. So why has Cambridge University taken to warning its students that the sexual violence in Titus Andronicus might be traumatic for them? Why are other universities in America and increasingly in Britain introducing measures to protect students from speech and texts they might find harmful? Safe spaces, trigger warnings and no-platforming are now campus buzzwords – and they're all designed to limit free speech and the exchange of ideas. As celebrated social psychologist Jonathan Haidt argues in his book The Coddling of the American Mind, university students are increasingly retreating from ideas they fear may damage their mental health, and presenting themselves as fragile and in need of protection from any viewpoint that might make them feel unsafe.The culture of safety, as Haidt calls it, may be well intentioned, but it is hampering the development of young people and leaving them unprepared for adult life, with devastating consequences for them, for the companies that will soon hire them, and for society at large.That, Haidt's critics argue, is an infuriating misinterpretation of initiatives designed to help students. Far from wanting to shut down free speech and debate, what really concerns the advocates of these new measures is the equal right to speech in a public forum where the voices of the historically marginalised are given the same weight as those of more privileged groups. Warnings to students that what they're about to read or hear might be disturbing are not an attempt to censor classic literature, but a call for consideration and sensitivity. Safe spaces aren't cotton-wool wrapped echo chambers, but places where minority groups and people who have suffered trauma can share their experiences without fear of hostility.Joining Haidt on stage were the former chief rabbi Jonathan Sacks, who believes that educating young people through debate and argument helps foster robustness, author and activist Eleanor Penny, and sociologist Kehinde Andrews, one of the UK's leading thinkers on race and the history of racism. The event was chaired by Emily Maitlis. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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On this week's episode of SheThinks, we chat with Dr. Erica Komisar about the science behind early childhood development and why institutionalized daycare and preschool are not often the best options for young children — or their parents. Komisar is a clinical social worker, psychoanalyst, parent coach, and author. With 30 years of experience in […]
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U.S. debt default could cause global financial crisis, White House warns; Education Department temporarily overhauls public service loan forgiveness program; businesses add 568,000 jobs in September, ADP report says; Los Angeles poised to enact strict vaccine mandate
Today it's flower growers in the south west of England who say the lack of staff will mean more problems for them. Many say they lost a quarter of their crop this year as there weren't enough pickers. They're now recruiting for workers to start in December and say unless the government extends the Seasonal Workers Pilot Scheme to include them, within the month, they're likely to face the same issues. There are warnings that British fishing will lose £300 million in the next five years, rather than gaining £148 million as the Government promised. The figures come from the National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations which says a cost benefit analysis of the impact of Brexit shows there are few winners in the UK fleet, and that an ‘opportunity has been squandered.' All week we're looking at different ways of getting a job in agriculture and the variety of roles on offer. New entrants are usually at the start of their working life, but we hear from someone who went into farm management after a military career. Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Beatrice Fenton.
America has gone through some huge changes over the past decade and a half, and the fault lines in our society make it seem like everyone is at everyone else's throats. How did we get here? Columnist and one of America's foremost intellectuals, George Will, talked with Boyd about his new book, American Happiness and Discontents, that looks at the issue. They also discuss why rediscovering curiosity will go a long way towards fixing our problems. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When you learn your partner not only hires prostitutes, off Craigslist, but you also find out they were stealing your money to fund the addiction . . . . Hear it direct from the victim who would never call herself that. Eve Molzhon is an entrepreneur who has gone toe-to-toe with the biggest figures of any workplace. She is no wilted flower. Find out about the day she intercepted a call from her husband's hired lover and what she did to uncover the layers of deceit. You may want to take notes, because this is some genuinely useful private eye type information shared in this episode. Eve is a dog handler and trainer. She rescues the pups no one wants, and rehabs them into loving companions. Not surprisingly, she does similar rescues with those she employs at the Fun Fur Pets Dog Daycare and Boarding in Wisconsin. A strong red head with a lot to share. Don't miss this episode, you may want to listen twice!Dog Handler AcademySecond Chance To ShineFun Fur Pets Dog Daycare and Boarding
The effects of ‘weird weather' were already being felt in the 1960s, but scientists linking fossil fuels with climate change were dismissed as prophets of doom. By Alice Bell. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
Have you heard or read about the drug ivermectin? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson has read on social media about this drug. Then this week, the Utah Health Department announced a warning that ivermectin is NOT approved to treat Covid-19 and, in fact, has caused people to wind up in the hospital. Amanda wanted to find out if her guests had heard anything about this drug regarding treatment of Covid. Her guests include Trish Hatch, administrator for the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, Shauna Scott-Bellacomo, past president of the Utah Women's Lobby and Women's State Legislative Council and Andrea Jensen, asthma program coordinator for the Utah County Health Department. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Police Minister, Kit Malthouse, talks to Woman's Hour about violence towards women in the light of Sabina Nessa's murder. We talk to him about the funding and strategies that were promised to how the police will act at Friday's evening vigil for Sabina. We speak to Professor Adam Balen, a consultant in reproductive Medicine at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, about why he thinks it's a good idea to have special messages in contraceptive packages advising people not to leave it too late if they want a baby. We discuss flexible working and how it really works in practice. At the moment when you've lasted 26 weeks in your job you have the right to request flexible working, but now there are government plans to let you make that request from day one. We speak to Emma Stewart from Timewise who wants those plans to go even further and to Leanne Skelton who runs a nursery and worries that more flexibility will be a logistical nightmare. And we speak to two women who love gaming, but say there's some alarming and worrying abuse towards women and non-white gamers. They are Shay Thompson, a gaming journalist and presenter as well as Cassie Hughes who's the co-founder of Black Twitch UK.
Andrew, Jay, and Phil get you caught up on the latest cannabis news, opinions, and other fun stuff, including Eighth Icon rebrands as Cheech and Chong's cannabis company Arizona dispensary trading pre-rolls for bras to fight breast cancer The cannabis "entourage effect" is real, say scientists Warnings about risks of Delta-8 TCH are coming from several sources and more Please contact us at email@example.com Call our message line at 240-257-2441 LINKS: Faye's Web Page Weediatrics Allay Consulting (Kim Stuck) Vote Pro Pot on YouTube Weed Talk News Last Prisoner Project NORML Marijuana Policy Project Drug Policy Alliance National Cannabis Industry Association Blood of the Summoned (Phil's book) Blood of the Summoned (Podcast) U.S. Capitol Switchboard: (202) 224-3121 Please contact, follow, and share us: VoteProPot.com eMail (firstname.lastname@example.org) Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram (@VoteProPot) Music: "Slow Burn" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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The White House is warning state and local governments of deep federal funding cuts; OECD says rich countries aren't reaching climate-related financial pledges; United Airlines technical outage briefly grounds flights; China applies to join ‘TPP' trade pact
Today in cannabis news: The FDA and the CDC warn the public about Delta-8 THC items derived from hemp; the National Urban League supports legalizing cannabis with reserving licenses for underprivileged populations; and Drake, Meek Mill, Al Harrington, and more public figures urge President Biden to grant sweeping cannabis pardons. It's Thursday, September 16 and TRICHOMES.com is bringing you the top cannabis news from around the web. You can also listen on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify–search TRICHOMES and subscribe!
Corey is back and there's apparently a lot to talk about. We've had some smoke move back into the area plus Tropical Storm Nicholas reached hurricane status right toward the end of the podcast. This week's Weather School is about Warnings. Corey and Rando have a few "in other news" tidbits and Shera's got a bunch of fun facts. In fact, she also gives us the Weather Word of the Week! ~~~~~~~~~~ Check out our website at: stormdarweather.com Support us on Patreon at: patreon.com/stormdarweather Follow us on Instagram at: instagram.com/stormdarweathermedia
In this solo episode Ashley will give you amazing gems to build your confidence to the point to not be intimidated by huge opportunities and avoid working with the wrong people.In this solo episode Ashley covers:•Licensing, Royalties and Monetization Strategies.•Making decisions for the permanence not for the price.•Meaningful insights from her corporate experience when negotiating big deals; and much more!Attend Speak Your Way To Cash Live 2021: speakyourwaytocash.com/event-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To Apply For Ashley's Private Training For Speakers: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Ashley and join her mailing list head here: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Mobile General Counsel and book your legal audit head here: https://www.mobilegeneralcounsel.com/... To register for Mobile General Counsel's complimentary holiday party head here: http://ashleynicolekirkwood.com/holid... About Ashley: If you ever meet Ashley Kirkwood in-person you will feel her energy! She has a magnetic personality and truly cares for her clients! After graduating from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law with honors, she started her career at one of the largest law firms in the world, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. While there, she tried cases on behalf of large insurance companies. She also landed in the pages of the American Lawyer after a hard-won victory in a federal civil rights jury trial! Soon after that trial, Ashley left Kirkland to work at another large law firm where she represented employers in employment discrimination and sexual harassment cases. It was there that Ashley decided that she wanted to represent emerging businesses in order to help them bulletproof their businesses! Ashley makes her expertise accessible by providing legal products for the busy entrepreneur! She frequently provides legal trainings open to all via her Facebook and Instagram accounts. She also has do-it-yourself legal classes such as Clapback with Contracts and Get The Tea On Trademarks! You might catch Ashley serving as an on-air legal correspondent for a local Chicago television network or speaking at a college or corporation! Ashley is committed not just to entrepreneurs, but also to students. She and her husband, Chris, run a nonprofit, The Kirkwood Foundation, where they teach students on Chicago's West Side about high paying legal, medical and STEM careers. Whether Ashley is advocating for a billion dollar business or a solopreneur, she gives it all she's got!
In the late 1800s, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, was a modest, yet thriving community, located in the western part of the state. 14 miles away was the South Fork Hunting & Fishing Club, an exclusive group whose members included Andrew Carnegie, Henry Frick, and Andrew Mellon. In 1879, the club restored an abandoned earthen dam and created Lake Conemaugh, which was used for sailing and boating, and which the members stocked with expensive game fish for sport. Some people in Johnstown feared the dam wasn't safe. Daniel Morrell, one of Johnstown's most prominent civic leaders even had the dam inspected, and wrote to the club pointing out major flaws that were discovered, but his concerns were ignored. In May, 1889, there were several days of extraordinarily heavy rains. By May 31, management at the club realized the dam was in danger of giving way, but there was little they could do. Warnings were sent to Johnstown that the dam might collapse, but after years of false alarms, the messages weren't taken seriously. The water began to top the dam, and eventually, it gave way. The water rushed down the valley, sweeping trees, rail cars, and entire houses in its path. By the time the 20 million tons of water reached Johnstown, it was carrying even more debris. The mass hit the city, flattening everything in its path, until it was stopped by an immense stone bridge at the far end of the town. The stone bridge held but created a disaster of its own. It acted like another dam, causing the water to back up and flood the city. Then the entire mass of debris caught fire. In the end, more than 2,200 people died in the Johnstown flood. Damage estimates were a conservative $17 million dollars, which equates to more than a half-billion dollars by today's standard. It is still regarded as the worst dam collapse in U. S. history. You know, life can be a lot like that dam. Sometimes, the stresses and events of our lives build up incredible pressure, and even though we feel capable of handling them, we soon find we're not prepared for their onslaught, and they overwhelm us with their strength and power. Other times, the actions of others or the circumstances and situations we're forced to face are not of our own choosing or fault, but they prove to be devasting and tragic just the same. So, what do we do in moments like that? What do we do when life is going along smoothly and, then, out of nowhere, we're overcome by events that shake us to our core and even challenge our faith? Well, stay with me, because that's what I'll be talking about on this podcast. We'll look at God's Word and discover His plan and promises to help us know what to do: When All Hell Breaks Loose. That's coming up on today's episode of Living Lite Today.
Josh and Kurt talk about some happenings in the Linux Kernel. There are some new rules around how to submit patches that goes against how GitHub works. They're also turning all compiler warnings into errors. It's really interesting to understand what these steps mean today, and what they could mean in the future. Show Notes The Register Linux story OpenSSL Release Notes
This week on MAFS Michaela's rash decisions come back to haunt her, Johnny breaks down over his immaturity, Ryan's ready to get physical and Gil finds out roasting Myrla's spending habits was maybe not the best idea. Enjoy! Find my Patreon, socials and more here!
New warnings Labor day crowds worsen COVID-19 surge; United States helps 4 Americans escape Afghanistan by crossing border; video shows failed rescue of 2-year-old and parents from flooded basement 7-day average of new COVID-19 cases up 300% sine last Labor day; Fauci: Pfizer booster likely ready by September 20 roll out: Monderna boosters may be delayed; Fauci: Three vaccine doses likely needed for full protection; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Throughout 2001 the US authorities were being given warnings that a terror attack was imminent. A Congressional Commission, FBI officers and the CIA were all worried. There were even specific warnings about planes being flown into buildings. Louise Hidalgo spoke to former Senator Gary Hart who co-chaired the Congressional Commission that tried to convince the government to take action. This programme is a rebroadcast. Photo: Smoke pours from the World Trade Centre after it was hit by two passenger planes on September 11, 2001 in New York City. (Credit: Robert Giroux/Getty Images)
Ransomware continues to hold pride-of-place in cybercrime. A look inside the mind of cyber gangland, or at least that portion of their mind they're willing to expose. Business email compromise operators look for communication skills, and the underworld seems to think university students make good money mules. Reports of vulnerabilities in a home security system. When Canberra angered Beijing. Caleb Barlow has thoughts on the FBI response to MS Exchange vulnerabilities. Our guest's are Peter Singer and Lisa Guernsey on New America's Teaching Cyber Citizenship initiative. And CISA and the FBI advise being alert over Labor Day. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/169