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Manuel Rosso earned an undergraduate degree in marketing and started his career in the world of traditional beverage and package goods brand management. After a spending a number of years roaming the grocery aisles, he entered the MBA program at MIT and switched to the world of technology by joining Dell. He caught the startup bug and was hired at IMVU as vice president of marketing. There, he had the opportunity to work with Will Harvey, Eric Ries and the rest of the IMVU team at the time the concept of the Lean Startup was taking shape. He took that culture to Food on the Table, the brainchild of his year as an Entrepreneur in Residence at Austin Ventures. Says Manuel: "This concept was born out of a need to get organized with menu planning, to create easy prep meals that everyone enjoyed and to save time and money at the grocery store. At Food on the Table, our intent is to deliver an experience that is unique, yet practical. That's why we work closely with moms, including my wife, as we continue to build and improve Food on the Table concept." Will the future of meal planning be in apps? After considering all the money and time families spend on groceries, there has to be a change in the way consumers organize their weekly meals.
Please join us for a live interview with Eddie Manuel at Backintyme.biz at Blog Talk Radio. Eddie will talk about the Manuel Family who are of Lumbee & Melungeon descent. The Manuel family shared a Portuguese heritage, as well as Native American. Eddie will share with us his DNA scores and what those means to him, as an educator, father, husband & Melungeon descendant in the 21st century.
Eddie Manuel, has made his home in Wytheville, Va for 35 years. He is an adjunct professor teaches American, World History and Military Leaders at Granthum University and serves as consultant to the Melungeon Heritage Association. Eddie has also built a "Melungeon Village" in his back yard.
"To be honest, in the beginning I did not care about history at all. That was, until I read several books by Dr. Brent Kennedy, who opened my eyes to my Melungeon identified ancestry. When I completed the DNA testing is when I realized the magnitude of the truth in origins, for my family. The analysis provided familial matches from Saudi Arabia, and Palestine. Furthermore, validating my family history of Turkish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Native American ancestry.
I have been able to trace my ancestry back to early 1600's related to William Hennings Bryan and Daniel Boone. I was also able to obtain records from the National Archives which I learned of the families ties to the Creek and Seminole Indians."
Native American, Lumbee, Creek, Seminole
Variations in Manuel Surname spelling
North Carolina (arrival to coast)
Stories of Portuguese Pirates in NC
Discrimination toward the Manuel Family
Radio Angola (RA): Tivemos o privilégio de entrevistar o jovem ativista cívico, Manuel Nito Alves, para falar sobre o assalto a mao armado ocorrido esta noite, dia 9 de Marco, contra os jovens activistas Manuel Nito Alvez e Alemão Francisco. os miliantes "levaram todos nossos meios tas como: Telefones, Dinheiro, Documentos, escutadores. O mas engraçado é que, o assalto aconteceu no meu bairro e na minha própria rua, é triste até quando Angola."
Por Florindo Chivucute
As perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para firstname.lastname@example.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.
Radio Angola (RA): Teremos o privilégio de conversar ao vivo com o jovem ativista cívico, Manuel Nito Alves, para falar sobre a taxa de desemprego e o acesso ao ensino superior em Angola. Esta conversa e parte de um projeto da Friends of Angola que tem como objetivo abordar questões relacinadas com os altos índices de desemprego e o acesso ao ensino superior em Angola, em particular entre os jovens que constituem, claramente, a maioria da população de Angola.
O programa será realizada na quarta feira, dia 11 de M Março, às 20 horas de Angola, 15 horas de Washington, 21 horas da Africa do Sul, e 19 de Lisboa.
Por Florindo Chivucute
Os nossos ouvitem podem também participar em directo no programa via Skype ou telefonar para 011(914) 338-0378 escolhendo a opção 1. As perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para email@example.com. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.
With special guest Manuel Pimenta.
Our topic today is From Zero-to-Non-Formal-Teacher. Or, how to create an in-house gamification culture while re-inventing yourself.
Manuel will talk with us about how to:
Create a clear, concise and attractive message that spreads itself
Determine the main points to focus on and the ones to avoid
Position yourself so that you can learn enough to be teaching in less than a year
If you're new to the strategy of gamification and want to learn how to create a culture that welcomes gamifiction at your workplace, this program is for you!
About Manuel Pimenta: Manuel has been a developer and analyst for the past 6 years at Novabase Business Solutions and has recently become the residing gamification designer/evangelist, after hours as a gamer, a scout leader, a musician and an aspiring writer/blogger. Connect with Manuel at typeandslash.blogspot.com and on Twitter @WhiskeyJackMP.
About Your Host: A gamification keynote speaker and curriculum designer, Monica Cornetti is rated as the #1 Gamification Guru in the World by UK-Based Leaderboarded. She is the author of the book Totally Awesome Training Activity Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You. Monica’s niche is gamification used in the corporate environment. Connect with Monica (@monicacornetti) www.monicacornetti.com
LIVE Fantasy Baseball Draft & HEALTH TOPIC: Weight Loss
Tonight LIVE at 7:30pm ET we will have our LIVE Draft for the Fantasy Baseball League for THE HOT CORNER SHOW!
Also, HEALTH TOPIC: Weight Loss
With Dr Ray & Co-Host Manuel T. Ferrero III
In the "The Assassination of Oliver Perez by the Coward Jerry Manuel" edition, Jeffrey and Aaron discuss all the new left-handed relievers the Mets have acquired. We break down both deals and discuss Steve Schreiber's MS Paintz skills, Alex Torres' haberdashery, and what the Mets gave up to shore up the 2015 pen. We also wonder if this is a precursor to a Dillon Gee trade (so far, not so much). We'll be back later in the week with your e-mails and our take on the Juan Lagares extension.
It was wet stormy day at the Sepang track, during qualifying, for the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix, on Saturday. Mercedes wunderkind and two-time champion Lewis Hamilton took his second pole position in the second race of the season. Former Red Bull champion Sebastian Vettel, in his first season driving for Ferrari, broke-up the Mercedes 1-2 front row by taking second away from fellow German, Nico Rosberg. A very disappointed Nico Rosberg, will be starting in third position. Red Bulls, Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat qualified 4th and 5th respectively. For the first time in 54-years, a teenager, Max Verstappen, qualified in the top ten in Formula One Grand Prix qualifying. Verstappen, driving for Toro Rosso, and will be starting, sixth, on Sunday. At age 17, Verstappen is the youngest driver in Formula One. Thunderstorms and torrential rains stopped any momentum Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen may have had, scoring in the top ten. He will start in eleventh, position. The Sepang crowd welcomed back an injured Fernando Alonso and Valtteri Bottas after both drivers suffered injuries doing what the love, racing. With dynamics on the track changing, Sunday's race should be spectacular.
Keep it tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports for all the action at the Formula One Grand Prix, Malaysia.
FANTASY BASEBALL & Opening Day in MLB, plus HEALTH TOPIC: Weight Loss
This and more on the HOT CORNER SHOW with Dr Ray Tolmos (@DrRayT) The Softball Playing Chiropractor & Owner of Frontier Spine & Health and Co-Host Manuel T. Ferrero III (@ManuelFerrero) Commissioner of International Slow Pitch Softabll (@ISPSO)
in Pop Culture
Former Playboy models making all the kids (and dads!) of Latin America sing and dance? An orphan kid living in a barrel while everyone acts like it’s no big deal? Talking turds? Suicidal tías? A puppet mouse speaking with sexual innuendos? A rip-off of Miss Piggy that made kids watch in a strange mix of morbidity and pleasure?
Yep, those are some of the things Latin American kids of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s were exposed to through television programming apparently devised for them.
José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez talk about this and more on the second episode of the Manero Pop Podcast
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