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With Alan Leonardi, Deputy Director, NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory and Joe Cione.
We’ll talk about applications of autonomous systems (both sea and air based) in tropical storm environments, and work in atmospheric science and environmental awareness.
The Job Search can be tough. Career Talk with Holly Bunn is a place where we can learn tips and techniques making the process easier. Spend your lunch with me and my guests as we discuss how to make connections on LinkedIn and how to follow up job applications using LinkedIn.
During this episode learn how to:
Craft your connection message: what to say and who to connect to on LinkedIn.
Grow your network on LinkedIn through your 1st and 2nd level connections.
Follow up on job applications using LinkedIn using Inmail and connection requests.
In today’s consumer electronics designs, everything must be smaller, lighter and faster. The technology must never lose connectivity. Users spend countless hours of hands-on time with their devices and, as a result, they represent the biggest electrostatic discharge (ESD) threat. This session addresses various circuit protection applications – from touchscreens and rapid recharging to communications ports – identifying the problems and best solutions for both ESD and lightning surge protection.
Social Security Disability Series I contains Sections I, II, III. The topics are Title II (Retirement and Social Security Disability Insurance Fund) and Title XVI (Supplemental Insurance Fund) which contains the rules and administration information for people applying for Social Security Disability and Retirement Benefits. Our discussion is limited to information regarding the total experience of application process, experiences faced by most applicants, and helpful details for people injured in car accidents. Join ESTRA today for a lively Radio Show.
Live: Essential oils and Jamaican herbs - its use in illness and cooking
An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds from plants. Essential oils are also known as volatile oils, ethereal oils, aetherolea, or simply as the "oil of" the plant from which they were extracted, such as oil of clove. An oil is "essential" in the sense that it carries a distinctive scent, or essence, of the plant.Essential oils do not form a distinctive category for any medical, pharmacological, or culinary purpose. They are not essential for health.
Essential oils are generally extracted by distillation, often by using steam. Other processes include expression or solvent extraction. They are used in perfumes, cosmetics, soaps and other products, for flavoring food and drink, and for adding scents to incense and household cleaning products.
Essential oils have been used medicinally in history. Medical applications proposed by those who sell medicinal oils range from skin treatments to remedies for cancer and often are based solely on historical accounts of use of essential oils for these purposes. Claims for the efficacy of medical treatments, and treatment of cancers in particular, are now subject to regulation in most countries.As the use of essential oils has declined in evidence-based medicine, one must consult older textbooks for much information on their use.
Interest in essential oils has revived in recent decades with the popularity of aromatherapy, a branch of alternative medicine that claims that essential oils and other aromatic compounds have curative effects. Oils are volatilized or diluted in a carrier oil and used in massage, diffused in the air by a nebulizer, heated over a candle flame, or burned as incense.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_oil.
Tuesday, February 24 2015 @ 7:00 PM
Guest: Ralph Petti President).
Subject: Who’s Not Ready for Their Next Disaster?
Ralph Petti, MBCI, CBCP is the President of Continuity Dynamics, Inc., an international firm focused on the areas of risk management, business continuity and disaster recovery planning.
A certified practitioner, Mr.Petti has over 25 years of experience and expertise in Business Continuity Management and Continuity of Operations. He is supported by a global team of BCM & COOP specialists covering all faucets of business continuity planning advisory, analytics & consulting, including HIPAA, OSHA, Security, Fire, Finance, HR, Transportation & Logistics, and Information Technology.
Ralph also defines the pre-requisite need for synthesization of Business Continuity Plans with Strategic and Tactical Plans to ensure OPERATIONS RESILENCY that will allow an enterprise to continue to operate during and after a disaster.
Ralph Petti can be reached at (888) 977-7475 & firstname.lastname@example.org and http://www.continuitydynamics.com/
Join Ronald and guest Ralph Petti on February 24 at 7:00 PM to find out who’s not ready for their next disaster!
LIVE with Baboucarr Lowe in South Korea
''Baboucarr Lowe is from Gambia and lives in Busan City, South Korea. He is a researcher in the field of Biomedical Nanotechnology applications in Tissue Engineering. He Isolates nano-biomaterial from nature as well characterize and functionalize them for use in tissue damage repairs and or regeneration. Functionalized nano-biomaterial with other polymers are largely fabricated in the form of 3D scaffolds with unique micro-environmental architectures capable of playing host to cells growth and development. He is also a poet and a writer and interested about how diversity in cultures and people should be embrace to ensure a peaceful human society where people live in dignity and prosperity.''
Michele Christina, President, BRS, Inc.
BRS, Inc. helps local government entities that struggle with redevelopment funding and staffing capacity so that they can create communities where people want to live, work, and play.
Ms. Christina is co-owner of BRS, Inc., an interdisciplinary consulting services group headquartered in New Jersey. BRS, Inc. helps their municipal and county government clientele create places where residents want to live, work, and play by preparing winning grant applications and providing outsourced project management for public sector redevelopment projects. BRS, Inc. has an 88% funding application award rate, preparing the applications that have garnered local governments almost $100 million in Federal, State and foundation grant funds.
As your big data initiative scales toward even bigger data, the odds are that the cloud will play a critical role in your strategy, whether for storage or as the home for your analytics applications. How can you trust the cloud to keep your data secure and to protect the privacy of your customers and partners?
Trust in the cloud has been growing as the concept has evolved, but cloud-based providers and your own organization can do more to ensure that the cloud is a secure environment for your data. Some of that work is being done by the Big Data Working Group of the Cloud Security Alliance.
Working group co-chair Wilco Van Ginkel, who is security strategist for Verizon Enterprise, joins All Analytics Radio to discuss the efforts to identify scalable techniques for data-centric security and privacy problems. The working group's goal is to crystallize best practices for security and privacy in big data, and to help industry and government organizations coordinate the development of big data security and privacy standards.
Van Ginkel will be available to address your questions and concerns and share his advice on building out a secure big data strategy in the cloud.
In this event you will learn:
About the progress that the cloud sector and its customers have made in building a secure environment
About some of the best practices for enterprises that the Cloud Security Alliance has already identified
What types of big data applications are ready for everyday life in the cloud
How security and privacy protections in the cloud environment may evolve in the year or so to come
Join the All Analytics community on Thursday, February 26, at 2 pm (ET), and bring your questions for Wilco Van Ginkel.
Dr. Ron Capps is a communications professor at a midwestern university. He's been online since the late 1980s, so he has seen a number of businesses come and go. From the rise and fall of MySpace to the continual rise of Facebook, social media has become a mainstream method of marketing. But the platforms change, as do the rules.
Join the Nicheprof for a quick update on social media applications he is working with, and learning about.
The show is hosted by Ken English, aka the MediaMojoGuy.
Topic- Update and whereabouts of the NGB-- Guest and Mathmatician Lee Kerns, Masters in Education w/emphasis in Pure Math from Buffalo State College, He specializes in Algebra, Calculus, and Trigonometry. He had taught applied mathematics courses specifically at the community college level and at ITT tech. He particulary emphasizes on real-life applications of mathematics when teaching these courses. He is from the Kiowa Nation in Anadarko, Oklahoma and had attended Haskell Indian Nations University for his undergraduate education. He had also served in the Air Force for for five years in the career field of Electronics.
Other Topics-someguytalking.com- music review page, past guest music ready to be blogged and get fans involved. Is it possible the NGB may start getting a survey page to see what is going on in the world on mainstream topics?
Come Join in find the follow buttons on Facebook, or @nativeguytalking on the twitter. Be a guest or lets us tell your fans more about you by joining us and be enlightend one blog at a time!
Our guest will be Janine Blaeloch, Founder & Director of Western Lands Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that fights public land privatization in order to protect the environment and the public interest. Their mission is to scrutinize public land trades, sales, giveaways, and any project that would cede public land. Their goal is to keep public land public.
Janine will talk about the destructive utility-scale solar plants planned on 19 million acres of public lands open to industrial solar applications, instead of alternatives that would focus solar development on degraded lands and in the already-built environment.
Each year, approximately 200 land deals are proposed by the Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service, in addition to those introduced by legislation. The BLM & the Forest Service do exchanges of land with private parties, including timber companies, mining corporations, ranchers, and developers
While the two sides must get lands of equal market value, and the exchange must create a net benefit for the public, the appraisal process can be corrupted and the public interest is often ignored. For years, the Forest Service was trading lushly forested lands to timber companies in exchange for the cut-over, damaged land the companies had already exploited.
And in the U.S. Congress, members wheel, deal, carve up, and give away public lands with no regulations to hinder them. Frequently, the bottom line is the direct, pragmatic opportunity to reward friends or curry political favor through the gift of public land.