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The Streetwise Cycle is a series of nine interconnected stories about people living unexpectedly interconnected lives on the streets of Los Angeles. It's a view of the city, as seen by the people who sleep on its streets. There are nine stories in all, each of them exactly 999 words long. The podcast is available in three episodes, each containing three stories. To read the stories or see a map of where they take place, visit StreetwiseCycle.com. Author Cheryl Klein calls The Streetwise Cycl ...
 
Being a great UX designer begins and ends with being a great human. We can't pour an empty cup into another. We can’t lead others where we are not. This UX podcast helps UX’ers become the best, most powerful designers (and humans) they can be. Yes, you'll discover how-to’s, but much more importantly you'll discover why-to’s. Every episode is sure to inspire and equip you on how to better fight for your users and business, and dare I say change the world (even if only for one human at a time) ...
 
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The Data Center Podcast

Yevgeniy Sverdlik - Data Center Knowledge

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The Data Center Podcast is produced by Data Center Knowledge, the leading information source for all things data center. In our podcast we interview technology and business leaders in the data center industry to get to know them better and to ask for their take on where things are going in the constantly changing world of cloud, internet, and enterprise infrastructure, which are increasingly becoming one thing.
 
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They say that baseball is a game of failure, where even the best fail seven out of 10 times. How about a sport where only one of 40 competitors is successful? Welcome to the world of auto racing, specifically NASCAR. The public persona of a race car driver is a tough, self-sufficient dude, focused only on winning the next weekend’s race. But that’s…
 
"We must learn how to communicate well to love well." Join us this week as Steve Witt teaches us how to love well and orient our lives towards godliness as we learn the language of God's love. If you would like to learn more about Bethel Cleveland and how to get involved, please visit our website at bethelcleveland.com.…
 
"There's a Jesus movement coming, that's going to be marked by LOVE...It's going to be about the practical expression of Heaven on Earth." Love is the new revolution! Continuing with our new series: LUVOLUTION, Steve Witt tells us how Heart-sets become Mindsets, become Lifestyles. If you would like to learn more about Bethel Cleveland and how to ge…
 
George and Alison are joined by Niall and Jonfen of the Bat Minute podcast to discuss Elementary's 21st episode. Episode logline: A man connected to the classification of a valuable building as a landmark trust dies when his pacemaker is deliberately short circuited. Holmes soon learns the one behind the murder is an old nemesis known to him only a…
 
On this fourth edition of PreserveCast Conversations: The Professor and the Practitioner, a new monthly feature of PreserveCast, co-hosts Nicholas Redding and Dr. Whitney Martinko explore the trends, topics and issues that are making headlines in the world of preservation this month. They’re covering a lot of ground in today’s conversation on prese…
 
Michael McDowell is a 20-year veteran race-car driver who has been competing in some aspect of racing for 33 of his 36 years on Earth. But he pushed himself to the top of racing with his career at the 2021 Daytona 500, the Super Bowl of racing. He became the eighth driver in NASCAR history to win his first race at the circuit’s biggest race. But th…
 
In John 17, “Jesus is poised between the conclusion of his earthly task and the glory awaiting him at the Father’s side. Like a mountaineer gazing out from an eminence across the expanding vista as range succeeds range into the distant horizon, so Jesus gazes out across the rolling centuries. He beholds and embraces the harvest of the ages, the chu…
 
Saving places requires a variety of tools and skillsets – including an understanding of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. It sounds dull – but it’s a tool everyone who cares about historic places should know about and get involved in – because it can save places and use the loss of historic resources to fuel preservation elsewh…
 
Steve DeBerg spent more than 20 years around professional football. Not bad for an undrafted free agent who didn’t think he would ever play in the NFL. He laid the groundwork for three future Hall of Fame quarterbacks, always with an Alfred E. Newman “What, Me Worry?” approach. He joins us to talk about some of his favorite memories with the eight …
 
Frank White grew up in the shadows of Kansas City’s old Municipal Stadium, the original home of the Royals. An outstanding athlete at KC’s Lincoln Prep, he was on the construction crew of the Royals’ new stadium in the Truman Sports Complex. He also was an integral part of the growth of the Royals from an expansion team in 1969 to World Series cham…
 
In this episode, we talk with Faisal Abid: Speaker, Entrepreneur, Google Developer Expert, and co-founder of Eirene cremations. Eirene provides high-quality, affordable cremation services. Eirene allows families to plan an affordable cremation entirely online or over the phone. Leveraging technology to help provide a better funeral experience to fa…
 
In this episode, we talk with Ali Rizvi, Vice President of Product Management at Star2Star, a Sangoma company. We discuss digital ethics, rights & responsibilities of technology companies such as Facebook. There are many aspects to how these entities influence our political climate and unnaturally distort social behavior. Some of the social media a…
 
Forever let us thank God that the hope of a Christian rests on such a solid foundation as a Divine Savior. He to whom we are commanded to flee for pardon and in whom we are bid to rest for peace is God as well as man. To all who really think about their souls and are not careless and worldly, the thought is full of comfort. Such people know and fee…
 
"I am the promised land, and the giants within my soul have to be conquered by the Spirit of God." You say you want a revolution? How about a LUVOLUTION! In the weeks to come, Steve Witt will be unpacking what it means to love well. If you would like to learn more about Bethel Cleveland and how to get involved, please visit our website at bethelcle…
 
George and Alison are joined by Neil Brown of The Mogwai Minute to discuss Elementary's 20th episode. Episode logline: A blackmailer uses tapes of underage girls to get money from their fathers. When Holmes witnesses the blackmailer's murder, it becomes a race to find out who his accomplice is and prevent the videos from being released on the Inter…
 
Dick Kaegel began his career as a sportswriter while he was still a senior in high school in Belleville, Ill. After getting his degree in journalism from the University of Missouri, he worked at three different newspapers, covering his first World Series in 1964. He was the editor-in-chief of The Sporting News from 1979-85. He went back to “beat wr…
 
In this episode of Coffee with Evergreen, Jeff Otis interviews co-CIO, Jeff Dicks recorded on September 29th. As always, we hope you enjoy the listen! This material has been prepared or is distributed solely for informational purposes only and is not a solicitation or an offer to buy any security or instrument or to participate in any trading strat…
 
Connecting people to places is the work of preservationists everywhere – and on this week’s episode we’re talking with the creative minds behind Maryland Road Trips, a new site dedicated to encouraging place-based tourism. It’s a story rooted in Maryland, but one with lessons for preservationists and historians across the globe. PreserveCast is a n…
 
Anyone who has watched baseball on a national telecast knows about Tom Verducci, the sideline reporter for Fox Sports’ baseball coverage. He’s been immersed in the sport since his youth, and he’s made a successful career of writing and talking about The National Pastime, from his days at Newsday through Sports Illustrated and even in the booth with…
 
In this episode, we talk with SWYX, author, speaker, podcaster, and learning in public evangelist. We dive into his career history in finance and how he transitioned into development. We also discuss the challenges of Developer Experience, the advantages of learning in public, and lessons learned from podcasting. Additionally, we get a musical perf…
 
After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white robes, with palm branches in their hands, and crying out with a loud voice, “Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!…
 
We’ve all heard the expression, usually in derision, “that New York media.” It implies a mean-spirited group of journalists trying to get an inside scoop in the crowded world of New York sports. While some of the public impression may be true, most of it is merely a factor of the sheer numbers of media covering the multiple sporting events in the l…
 
This is the last episode of 2021. After nearly two years of outlining the content for this episode and nearly two months (at time of writing) of recording & editing, here’s everything I know (so far) on landing a job in UX. I hope this content is not only useful to you and anyone you […] The post 080: Everything I Know (So Far) on Landing a Job in …
 
Video available on the show notes page at userdefenders.com/080 This is the last episode of 2021. After nearly two years of outlining the content for this episode and nearly two months (at time of writing) of recording and editing, here's everything I know (so far) about landing a job in UX. I hope this content is not only useful to you and anyone …
 
Fran Fraschilla was a successful basketball coach at the NCAA Division I level. But in his early 40s, with two pre-teen boys, he made a career move and he's never looked back. He decided to join ESPN as a broadcaster and analyst, and he's approaching 20 years with the network. He loves what he's doing. He's stayed involved with the game he's loved …
 
Preservation without funding is just good intentions. That’s why people like Merrill Hoopengardner and her team at the National Trust Community Investment Corporation are so integral to the future of this work. Right now, they’re working on big changes to federal funding for preservation – a timely and critical issue we knew had to be on PreserveCa…
 
Forever let us thank God that the hope of a Christian rests on such a solid foundation as a Divine Savior. He to whom we are commanded to flee for pardon and in whom we are bid to rest for peace is God as well as man. To all who really think about their souls and are not careless and worldly, the thought is full of comfort. Such people know and fee…
 
In this episode of Coffee with Evergreen, Jeff Otis interviews Evergreen's Senior Analyst, Gherman Howell. Gherman gives a high-level overview of China’s Evergrande situation and whether we think contagion is likely at this point. He also dives in on some of our favorite investment themes and how to find value in an overheated market. As always, we…
 
George and Alison are joined by actor and filmmaker Jordan Maranto, to discuss Elementary's 19th episode. Episode logline: In the middle of a winter storm, Holmes and Watson must solve the murder of a guard during a botched robbery and unravel the killer's true plan. The pair also get an interesting new roommate. Social Media: Elementary My Dears o…
 
Curt Nelson grew up in Oklahoma, but the Kansas City Royals were always his favorite team. He liked other sports, but baseball was his favorite, and he followed the team fervently. He cried, as a 12-year-old in 1980 when the Royals lost in six games in the World Series. He cried (tears of joy) when they won the 1985 World Series. He’s been the dire…
 
Evergreen CEO, Tyler Hay, interviews FUSE co-founder, Kellan Carter, in a thoughtful conversation that will give listeners an understanding of how venture firms work, what unique opportunities Seattle presents, and how Evergreen is participating in the rapidly growing VC market. As always, we hope you enjoy the listen! This material has been prepar…
 
As we are confronted with the reality of God's judgment, it is a huge blessing to see that it is not God's final word. He is jealous for his glory and that means that those who are far away are brought near. We his children who scorned him will be redeemed. Episode Links: Joel: Overview - The Bible Project - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQLazbgz…
 
On this week's episode of PreserveCast, we are excited to be talking with Kara Harris, a blogger, historian and Maryland food lover. Kara Harris is the blogger and historian behind "Old Line Plate," a fantastic Maryland based food history website that I personally love, and something that I knew we had to bring to this week's episode of PreserveCas…
 
Bill James has changed the game of baseball, though his work is better known than he is. Analytics are as much a part of baseball as peanuts and Cracker Jacks. Launch angles, spin rates, wins above replacement and defensive shifts have made how the game is played and viewed totally different from the game you fell in love with as a kid. He joins us…
 
In this episode of the podcast Corey interviews Dr. Chris Dodson.Dr. Dodson holds a Ph.D from the University of Aberdeen and is the author of "The God Who Is Given: Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Sacramental Theology and Religionless Christianity."In the interview we cover how Dr. Dodson discovered Bonhoeffer and provide an overview of his book "The God Who…
 
In this episode, we get to talk with design director and conflict resolution expert Joshua Mauldin. We discuss the most effective techniques for conflict resolution, how to establish trust, and employ empathy. Joshua explains when we should use a third-party mediator, start a conversation with safety checks and lead a talk with facts. Additionally,…
 
I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish things that people often say about Him: “I am ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept His claim to be God.” That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would eith…
 
With this vision of the temple, our worship should be transformed to be radically God centered, and we should seek to be the temples of God's Holy Spirit spreading this living water of the gospel and transforming the world around us. Episode Links: Joel: Overview - The Bible Project - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQLazbgz90c Ezekiel (Chapters 34…
 
Christ has come to be our king. Let him take up throne of your life and then reap the heavenly rewards of following him. Episode Links: Ezekiel (Chapters 1-33): Overview - The Bible Project - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-CIPu1nko8 Ezekiel (Chapters 34-48): Overview - The Bible Project - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDeCWW_Bnyw General Links…
 
Robert Streb has rarely been at the top of the leader board at the end of a professional golf event, winning twice on the PGA Tour and six times overall in his 13-year professional career. But he’s carved out a very handsome living. He also understands, and is willing to discuss, how hard it is to make the PGA Tour and stay there. His two career PG…
 
Yep, you guessed it, I connected with Christina on Twitter – where she learned about a historic rehabilitation project Preservation Maryland was undertaking. Since then, I’ve become a huge fan of her work and the way in which she expertly weaves history and food together – two of my biggest passions. For anyone with an appetite, this is the intervi…
 
Who is the only Heisman Trophy winner to play in the Final Four? Who is the only player to win a World Series and an NBA championship? These are just a couple of the questions Howie Schwab has been asked by total strangers on the street after he became famous for being a sports trivia expert on ESPN’s “Stump the Schwab.” He won 80 percent of the co…
 
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