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  • 01:00

    88 – Technological Unemployment

    in Entertainment

    88 – Technological Unemployment: What Happens When The Robots Take Our Jobs?


    So, with Wendy on vacation this week, Allison from Milwaukee Ghosts Tours And Investigations joins me again to discuss the upcoming economic technocalypse, that’s right technological unemployment. Allison was just with me last week for our first Wizard World Comic Con in Madison, Wisconsin where we were on a panel called Wisconsin Paranormal. It was hosted … Continue reading 88 – Technological Unemployment: What Happens When The Robots Take Our Jobs? →


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  • 01:01

    Other Side Podcast 88 – Technological Unemployment

    in Entertainment

    88 – Technological Unemployment: What Happens When The Robots Take Our Jobs?

    So, with Wendy on vacation this week, Allison from Milwaukee Ghosts Tours And Investigations joins me again to discuss the upcoming economic technocalypse, that’s right technological unemployment. Allison was just with me last week for our first Wizard World Comic Con in Madison, Wisconsin where we were on a panel called Wisconsin Paranormal. It was hosted … Continue reading 88 – Technological Unemployment: What Happens When The Robots Take Our Jobs? ?

    The post 88 – Technological Unemployment: What Happens When The Robots Take Our Jobs? appeared first on See You On The Other Side.

  • 00:12

    6 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress

    in Moms and Family

    Stress is simply exhausting. It drains your energy. It reduces your creativity. It makes you a very cranky mommy! And that isn't good for anyone in your family, especially YOU! Discover 6 simple steps you can take to help you reduce stress & begin enjoying life once again. Jean Ann offers you easy ways to improve your life &, through you, the lives of everyone in your family. Remember, when Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy!

  • 02:00

    UNEMPLOYMENT IS DESTROYING THE BLACK COMMUNITY - WILL JOBS STOP THE KILLING?

    in Education

    UNEMPLOYMENT  IS DESTROYING THE BLACK COMMUNITY, WE NEED A BLACK WALL STREET TO BUILD A FUTURE FOR OUR PEOPLE  - BLACKONOMICS  IS THE KEY, WILL ECONOMICS AND EDUCATION STOP THE KILLING IN OUR COMMUNITIES...DISCUSS INVESTMENT STRATEGIES TO STOP THE VIOLENCE AND BUILD BUSINESSES. 


       Hosted by Master James Jami’ X Muhammad New Black Panther National Minister of  Education with Guest BLACK  INVESTORS and  BUSINESS OWNERS along with other guest.  

  • 00:31

    GOSH Darn Unemployment Numbers - February 2016

    in Jobs

    'Fusing High-Touch and High-Tech' ~ Powered by The Career Engineer (TCE) - www.tcenow.com


    Unemploymemt Info - www.dol.gov


    Let's Chat about those Gosh Darn Employment Numbers!  Do you know what they REALLY mean?  Better yet, do you know how to change the game in Your House.  Join us and see how!


    As of February 2016


    Unemployment Rate:  4.9%
    Initial Insurance Claims:  278,000
    NonFarm Payroll Employment: +242,000


    Call-in:  718-664-6880

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                         TCE Blog

  • 00:59

    USING BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE RISK IN BUSINESS

    in Finance

    CRYPTOPRENEURS RADIO WITH HOST TONY GAMBONE AND LINDA BALLESTEROS & THEIR GUEST PAMELA MORGAN:


    Pamela Morgan is an attorney, educator, entrepreneur and public speaker. She has spent much of her career working in and advising small businesses. She began focusing her law practice on bitcoin and digital currencies in early 2014. Much of her practice involves advising clients on how to use blockchain technology to reduce risk and uncertainty in business and legal settings. She is a widely respected authority on multi-signature governance and legal innovation using digital currencies. Pamela is one of the few attorneys whose knowledge and understanding goes beyond legal theory; she actually uses these technologies everyday. She's authored numerous "how-to" articles and is known for delivering engaging, practical presentations about her work to audiences around the world.

  • 00:12

    Fast Friday: Let's Reduce Stress & Get Focused!

    in Entrepreneur

    Does it go back to you taking on too many things? We've been talking about the Power of saying No and figuring out your priorities on some of the other Fast Friday episodes, so it's all kind of in alignment. Are you saying no to enough things? And do you have your priorities figured out? When we take on too many things it leads to a lot of stress and stress has some serious ramifications. Stress can cause headaches, stomach aches to major illnesses. It ages you, it can cause insomnia, it can increase blood pressure and more. I encourage you to figure out what is causing you stress and how to reduce it.

    One thing that causes you stress is multi-tasking. I used to take pride in the fact I am serial multi-tasker until a few months ago I didn't realize how bad it was to actually multi-task. Multi-tasking alone causes stress because your brain is constantly scanning when you're multi-tasking. If you have your phone out and you have a million tabs open on your computer and you have your iPad and you have so many things that you’re doing while you’re working it's just TOO MUCH. Every time something pops up, your brain actually has to make a decision to engage or not engage even if you don't pick up your phone your brain still has to say, "No, I'm not going to pick up my phone." I want you to think of multi-tasking and how often you engage in it. You actually can't do more than one thing at a time. Your brain toggles back and forth between the two activities you are doing.

    When you're making decisions you are actually using energy. If you have Facebook notifications up, you have that chime on your phone going off or a vibration, your brain is actually using energy overtime you hear that. What I found really interesting is that it requires the same amount of energy to make a big decision or a

  • 00:00

    How Do You Reduce stress?

    in Comedy

    This week all the newspapers are telling you to eat healthy and right after the Super Bowl. They tell you to reduce stress. But how do you do that? Also -- a few classic nights in Jersey. And our favorite list of top grossing movies of all time taking inflation into consideration. I can't tell you why I like lists like that. I just do. It's the DJ Podcast for the 2nd week of February.

  • 00:00

    How Do You Reduce stress?

    in Comedy

    This week all the newspapers are telling you to eat healthy and right after the Super Bowl. They tell you to reduce stress. But how do you do that? Also -- a few classic nights in Jersey. And our favorite list of top grossing movies of all time taking inflation into consideration. I can't tell you why I like lists like that. I just do. It's the DJ Podcast for the 2nd week of February.

  • 00:30

    Changing Your Life....Doing It Now

    in Current Events

     


    Fulton Atlanta is almost frightened about the way change is taking place in America and wants to ask the question to those we serve.....ARE WE READY FOR THIS/


    It seems like everyday, there is a news article on the radio, television or local papers about the economic woes of Americans.  There are more news items about crime, civil unrest, Race relations, economic justic and the upcoming elections ... Almost too much to keep up with.  


    IN ATLANTA...THERE IS A PHENOMENON OF CHANGE...IN THE JOB MARKET, SCHOOLS, AND HOUSING, AND CRIME.


    It is not surprising to see that housing, in Atlanta for instance, is becoming more expensive.  It's also not so surprising to see the cost of food and gas unaffordable....even though the prices go up and down each month.  The trouble is, there seems to be no easy solution....especially as the incomes of most Americans have not changed over the past decade.  In fact, unemployment is higher than ever....not shown in statistics are the hundreds and thousands who are not looking for jobs anymore.  Even college educated people have a rough time making ends meet!


    Add to that....the politics of the day?  How involved are you....will you vote....will you participate in solutions?


    So let's listen, call in or simply talk with those we know?  Ask the question....What will we do if this trend of inclining costs of living continues?


    We"d love your feedback.  We want to further invite you to forums as we look for ways to HELP PEOPLE HELP THEMSELVES.  

  • 00:56

    ALS Crowd Radio: Dr. Paul Cox, PhD, Environmental Causes of ALS

    in Health

    S2:E3 Dr. Paul Alan Cox, Ph.D., Director of the Institute for Ethnomedicine, will speak about his research in finding and fighting the environmental causes of ALS.  Dietary exposure to an environmental toxin called BMAA may trigger ALS related symptoms.   Large doses of the dietary amino acid called L-serine may reduce the risk of BMAA exposure.  Dr. Cox published his most recent findings in the Proceedings of the British Royal Society published on Jan 20, 2016.


    A Harvard Ph.D., Paul Alan Cox has spent his career searching for new medicines by studying patterns of wellness and disease among indigenous peoples. For these efforts, TIME magazine named Cox one of 11 “Heroes of Medicine.” His work with indigenous peoples in preserving their island rain forests won him the Goldman Environmental Prize. Cox has published over 200 scientific papers and four books.


    He has held academic appointments at the University of California, Berkeley, Brigham Young University, the University of Melbourne, Uppsala University, the Swedish Agricultural University, and the University of Illinois, Chicago, and served as Director of the Congressionally-chartered National Tropical Botanical Gardens in Hawaii and Florida.


    Cox founded Seacology, the world’s premier environmental non-profit organization for island conservation, headquartered in Berkeley, California. Through partnerships with indigenous people, Seacology has now saved over 1.3 million acres of island rainforests and coral reefs in 56 nations. Throughout Polynesia, he is known by the chiefly title Nafanua.


    Cox currently serves as the Executive Director of the Institute for Ethnomedicine in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. His research there is focused on finding and fighting the causes of neurodegenerative disease including ALS and Alzheimer’s disease.