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  • 00:31

    Will You Be Able to Stomach the Internet of Food?

    in Technology

    As if this world wasn't wired enough, there's a movement afoot to use technology to bring the "Internet of Things" concept to the dinner table.  Realizing that consumers are obsessed with diet, wieght loss, food allergies and a host of other nutrition-related bugaboos, acadamecians, technologists and entrepreneurs are looking to cash in by designing and marketing gadgets under the guise of "The Internet of Food."  Everything from automated food scanners and tracking sensors embedded in meat & produce (can you say "Connected Cow?"), to AI-driven diet algorithms designed to help you count calories.  (Open the refrigerator door, Hal!)  On this episode of Working the web to win, we will endeavor to show you how your relationship with the grocery store is going to go high tech.

  • 00:31

    Navigating the Trade: When is the System Broken

    in Finance

    rcmTradingDesk - Your source for all aspects of trade navigation - From building trading systems to managing risk


    Co-Hosts Bret Rosenthal and Bill Jacobs breakdown in graphic detail actual trades occuring in real time and teachable moments of recent vintage. 


    Today's focus: Knowing when your trading system has broken down is a key component to any traders longevity. We will give you a comprehensive watchlist staight out of our playbook. Our aim is to save you valuable time when things go awry as they are want to do for every trader from time to time.  


    Time permitting, we will delve into the disturbing divergence between the S&P500 Index and the High Yield Index SPY vs HYG


    Other topics covered may include:


    An overview of our new website: rcmTradingDesk.com your source on the web for all aspects of trade navigation. You can click on the 'Breakout Session' tab to view charts and explanations of the trades we will be discussing today: Long ILMN Short AAPL & IWM


    Probability vs Absolutes 


    Risk management, Position management


    rcmFibonacci, rcmAverage True Range, rcmPoint of Control, rcmPrice Movement Porfiler

  • 00:37

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition November 14,2015

    in Books

    Today's show we have two outstanding authors.


    Thomas Locke "Trial Run": Reese Clawson's work is mind-bending--literally. Her company specializes in global data analysis for an elite group of industry executives, and now a lucrative government contract is moving her into the realm of cutting-edge intelligence gathering. She is determined to crack the limits of consciousness--and in doing so, the boundaries of secrets and lies. But her experiment crashes as test subjects slide into a coma-like state. Reese is left scrambling to maintain control, drawing three disparate people into the search for answers--an adrenaline-amped thrill junkie with altered brain chemistry, an Italian scientist working on remote-viewing technology, and a math prodigy whose algorithms subvert 
    computer encryption.

    Will this piecemeal team prevail when a government operative is sent to investigate? As the threads of perception and reality become tangled and even time itself twists in unexpected directions, one warning remains clear: what you don't know can kill you.


    Joe Clifford "December Boys": Jay Porter, the newest employee at NorthEastern Insurance in New Hampshire, is investigating an accident claim when he learns the teenager behind the wheel was arrested for minor drug possession and sentenced to a hardcore behavioral modification center. At the county courthouse, Jay meets Nicki, a young college intern, who tips him off to a possible scandal?first-time juvenile offenders being shipped to private institutions for political kickbacks. He learns that long-time family nemeses, Adam and Michael Lombardi, may have a stake in the scheme. Is Jay’s mission to help these kids a legitimate crusade? Or is his thirst for revenge driven by the guilt he feels over his own junkie brother’s death?

  • 01:47

    I was just thinking…The REAL Minority Report!!!

    in Politics

    In the Minority Report is a movie and is now a weekly T.V. drama.  In it, pre-cognative people, exposed to a very addictive drug in the womb, had the ability to predict the future. They could predict when someone wanted to commit murder by thier thoughts. Although many people may not have carried out the act, it was literally the thought that counted.


    In this new technological age we are living the Minority Report due to a little thing called an algorithm. This equations judges the probabilities and nuances of our behavior and will eventually be the new judge, jury, and utlimately, God based on our thoughts, propensities, and buying habits? 


    Will this world-wide technology make those who do not have a spiritual understanding rely more and more on the computer gods to tell thim what to think?  We are a commodity. What we think is buyable and exploitable. 


    Mind your want's 'cause someone wants your mind!

  • 00:30

    Why Sourcing Referrals Can Improve Retention

    in Business

    The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, October 7, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).


    Last week we talked about the neuroscience of what keeps leaders up at night, and this week we’re going to talk about why sourcing referrals can improve retention.


    Predicting new employee tenure is about as easy as predicting the weather, even with various data inputs and powerful algorithms we have today. Most people these days stay in their jobs only about 3-5 years. 


    But one thing is clear: referrals can and do have an impact on employee retention. If an employee is satisfied at work, whose performance is consistent, and of course is rewarded fairly, then he or she is much more likely to suggest referrals. They become a brand advocate.


    And if these referrals have a similar experience to those who referred them, they will in turn potentially last a little longer and make referrals themselves. In fact, even candidates that don’t get hired will make referrals if their experience is a good one.


    Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about why sourcing referrals can improve retention with this week’s guests: Jessica Miller-Merrell, SPHR, President/CEO of Xceptional HR, author, speaker, HR professional, and workplace social media expert; and John Sumser, Principal Analyst at KeyInterval Research and editor at HRExaminer.com.


    Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors, partners and supporters!

  • 00:46

    129: Selfie Selection

    in Technology

    Jason's live at DerbyCon; a # is not consent; offloading our memories; Du Hast vomiting rainbows; algorithms will beat your fantasy team; dislike this; #KardBlock'n the dom; mystery emojis; making Steve Jobs boring; Snowden, Maher & Dawkins lose it.

    Show notes at http://grumpyoldgeeks.com/129

  • 00:14

    Latest Updates and Your Website

    in Marketing

    Confused by all the latest updates and algorithm changes and how they effect your website and online rankings? Listen to Marcia Hawkins and Kyle Clouse of Video Broadcast Services as they discuss what you need to know to gain an unfair advantage over your competition.   

  • 00:25

    The Philosophy Of Intelligent Music Programming

    in Entertainment

    We use proprietary algorithms to determine revelance and juicy celebrity gossip. Social media lull us into thinking we’re whispering to a friend, when in reality we’re shouting through a megaphone.Today it is all about "The Philosophy Of Intelligent Music Programming!".The website is now live, check out our social media blogs online at discoverdior.com TMZSucks.com, TwitterJunkie.com, Droneaze.com, NoPuffyJuice.com SocialNetworkTrends.com

  • 00:32

    Hire and Manage a Great Analytics Team

    in Technology

    Building an enterprise analytics team isn't just about competing for talent. The team that leads a big data analytics initiative needs to include the right mix of technical skills -- experience with data management and development of algorithms, models and applications -- as well as what we call soft skills, such as business experience and the ability to communicate with business unit leaders. Don't forget issues like identifying leaders, and rewarding and retaining your analytics talent in a competitive environment.


    Manav Misra, who leads a 70-person analytics team at Internet service provider CenturyLink, joins All Analytics Radio to share his experiences and his advice with the A2 community. Misra understands that the statistician, the visualization expert, and the Hadoop specialist bring different but vital talents to a team, and that the skills mix can vary from company to company.


    In this event you will learn:



    About recruiting analytics team members, whether they are fresh from college or bring 30 years of data-focused experience, at a time when it seems that every company is searching for the same talent
    How to identify the right mix of skills and experiences for your own organization
    How factors such as corporate demands for tight cybersecurity and the evolution of the Internet of Things raise the bar for the analytics team
    How you can motivate, reward, and retain data science talent


    Join us on Tuesday, September 1 at 3 pm (EDT) and bring your questions for Manav Misra.


     

  • 00:49

    Our Thing

    in Politics Progressive

    Adarsh is a Charlottesville-based designer and entrepreneur. He co-founded the product development firm Elegant Solutions where he also served as a technical lead and project manager. Adarsh has been writing screenplays as a hobby since 2008, and has written short films, feature-length films, and television shows. His most recent screenplay was written in conjunction with Patrick Duffy and Carolyn Murdock, and is called Our Thing.


    Patrick grew up in Rhode Island and graduated from the University of Virginia. He has been writing since 2010 and has written scripts for both film and television. His most recent project is Our Thing, a television show written with Adarsh Ramakrishnan and Carolyn Murdock. 


    Carolyn is an actress, host, screenwriter, and producer based in Los Angeles. She graduated from The University of Virginia in 2012 with a B.S. in Commerce with concentrations in marketing and management. She was the face for the software product RealPlayer Cloud, where she created a web series for over 25,000 subscribers and produced a handful of viral videos. For her full resume and more information, visit www.carolynmurdock.com. Instagram: @carolynforreal

  • 00:25

    Reaching Online Customers and Clients

    in Marketing

    Are you finding it difficult to reach new online customers and clients?  Are Googles more rapidly changing algorithms making it more difficult to keep your business in front of new clients?  Listen in as Video Broadcast Services President, Marcia Hawkins and Vice President, Kyle Clouse discuss new ways and strategies your can implement to keep your business in front of new clients and customers.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoNhu2abagg

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