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The love viewers witness between CNN’s Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo in the handoff between their shows each night is real. Now they’re stepping out from behind the anchor desk for a weekly conversation where nothing is off limits. With no broadcast clock to hold them back, Chris and Don talk politics and get personal.
 
If you want to learn building automation then you are in the right place. My name is Phil Zito and I am the CEO of Smart Buildings Academy. If you are a technician, operator, salesperson, or engineer the Smart Buildings Academy podcast is for you. Each week I tap into my vast experience in Building Automation and teach you the things no one else teaches. You will learn about BAS, HVAC, IT, Energy Management, Sales, Operations, Project Management, Cyber Security and so much more. Prior to fou ...
 
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Often times what the customer sees is what defines the "quality" of your project. The reality is that graphics and the "functionality" of your building automation system are what shape the perceived quality of your installation. In this episode we discuss strategies to implement user friendly graphics while also setting up your BAS front-end correc…
 
Do you want to avoid callbacks on your building automation projects? In this episode we discuss how to validate installation and how to perform point-to-point checkout on your building automation projects so you can get off your current project and onto the next project.
 
Austin was a laid-back college town in the 1980s when a student at the University of Texas named Michael Dell began selling computers from his dorm room. At the time, Texas’s capital city was perhaps known more for high hats than high-tech. But the company Dell started would become the world’s largest PC maker and attracted a slew of talent that tu…
 
Countries around the world are contemplating aggressive plans to curb CO₂ emissions in the coming decades. Many see the electrification of the transportation sector as the first step, but in a paper in the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, economist Stephen P. Holland warns against using simple bans on the sale of gasoline vehicles to ach…
 
In this episode we discuss how to sell very complex integrations. We discuss the importance of identifying your vertical market and stakeholders, we also discuss how to tailor integrated solutions to meet your customer's needs. We then cover how to address the risk of selling access control to building automation integrations.…
 
Formulated.by’s Senior Content Advisor, Q McCallum, caught up with Vidhi Chugh (Walmart), Piyanka Jain (Aryng), and Tempest van Schaik (Microsoft). Our guests explored the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on hiring and retention, then shifted to a discussion on finding and serving as a mentor.By Piyanka Jain, Tempest van Schaik, Q McCallum, Vidhi Chugh
 
Right-wing radio has served as a megaphone for populist outrage in America. Talk-show hosts like Alex Jones and the late Rush Limbaugh have railed against cultural elites, promoted baseless claims of election fraud, stoked a backlash against immigrants, and questioned the effectiveness of masks and vaccinations amid the Covid-19 pandemic. How and t…
 
COVID-19 has reshaped work in numerous ways. Many fortunate white-collar Americans spent the last year working from home. Others in service-oriented jobs lost work or spent their workdays behind masks and plexiglass. These pandemic-related changes have been especially hard on women, according to a paper in the Journal of Economic Perspectives. Econ…
 
Audio Visual systems are complex systems. But when integrated into or with a building automation system they can add tremendous capabilities to the end user. In this episode we will begin to look at the fundamentals of audio visual system integration.
 
In this episode we explore how to implement lighting integrations. We go step-by-step through the process of implementing lighting integrations and discuss the three most common approaches to integrating systems into our building automation systems.
 
In this episode we are starting a multi-part series on integration. In this series you will learn strategies, tips, and tricks on how to approach and maintain simple and complex integrations. This episode will cover the basics of lighting integration. What is lighting integration? What nuances do we need to look out for when integrating lighting sy…
 
There are so many people promoting smart buildings and smart buildings technology. But do your customer's even need a smart building? In this episode we explore whether it makes sense to have a smart building or if something else should take their place...
 
Tax evasion costs the United States hundreds of billions of dollars every year. But for some Americans, hiding income from the government is about more than keeping every possible penny they earned for themselves. It’s also a form of political protest. In a paper in the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, authors Julie Berry Cullen, Nichola…
 
Building automation professionals should understand how to calculate the return on investment and payback period for building automation energy conservation measures. In this episode we explore the fundamentals of return on investment calculations for energy conservation measures.
 
In this episode we will be discussing 5 tips to sell building automation solutions to your competitors customers. I believe we are entering a period of time where the ability to sell into existing competitors accounts will be crucial for business survival. I am going to teach you 5 ethical tips that will help you achieve this goal.…
 
Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone — this episode’s special guest — is still recovering from January 6th, and not just physically. That day changed everything from his mental health to his political views. He and Don discuss the past 8 months, from the TV classics he’s been watching to what his future might hold. To learn more about how CNN…
 
President Biden has called voting rights “the single most important” issue in the country. But Don and Chris say he’s not doing enough to protect them. They also discuss the Capitol Hill officers who have tragically died by suicide, the stigmatization of asking for help, and how Chris feels about his eldest daughter going off to college. To learn m…
 
For a military intervention to end successfully, foreign forces have to hand off security to domestic forces. But historically, these transitions have rarely gone well. In a paper in the American Economic Review, political scientist Austin L. Wright examined the impact of NATO troop withdrawals from Afghanistan on insurgent violence and local perce…
 
America is divided in a thousand ways. Could taking mental health seriously bring us together? Chris and Don talk about recent testimony from Capitol Police officers about January 6th, right-wing messaging on vaccines, and Olympians as well as the rest of us putting our mental health first. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, vis…
 
**Editor's note: This is a rebroadcast of an interview from 2019. College sports have become big business, and everybody’s making money except the players. The National Collegiate Athletic Association prohibits “student athletes” from receiving a cut of the millions of dollars in revenue that schools collect from games and product licensing. Instea…
 
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