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How many social media apps can you name? And how many of these does your teenager have on their phone? It's not just facebook anymore, and technology has paved the way for newer (and possibly more dangerous) apps that you aren't aware of. Snapchat, twitter, instagram, kik, whisper, tumblr and many more are here today and gone tomorrow. But what they were created for is not always the reason they are used by many teenagers. Join psychotherapist Tom Stevens as he interviews actual teenagers and finds out what life is like in the world of social media from a teenagers perspective. Call (347)838-9737 to listen LIVE on your phone or even to make a comment or ask a question. Parents this is your chance to get up to speed and know what you need to know about the world of social media.
Co-hosts Sammy Jacobs and T.J. Inman will preview some of the questions facing the Hoosiers heading into the 2015 Big Ten Media Days.
Jerry Williams -Covers the Federal Reserves Corruption and how we are getting ready for a Financial Collapse in Sept-2015. The Economy will collapse and your credit cards and Banks will be frozen by the Bankers just like we seen in Greece except it will be worse. A New One world Government and a New One World Dollar is coming. Military in the streets with Jade Helm.
All The Latest news coverage that you didn't see in the mainstream media is uncovered here today.
Including Planned Parent Hood - Who is selling Embro Flesh and Body parts from Aborted babies to the Black Market.
Also join me under Live Video at www.UStream.com/jerrywilliamsradio
One of our most downloaded guests, counselor Steven Welch joins us to discuss the topic of Colorism.
1. What is colorism ?
2. Why do we need to know about colorism as mental health practitioners?
3. What are some examples of colorism?
4. What is the connection between colonialism and colorism?
5. What are your automatic thoughts when you see a dark skinned black man?
6. How does colorism impact self-esteem?
7. What are some examples of colorism in the media?
8. Where else is colorism practiced around the world?
9. How is colorism expressed in your household?
10. What are some resources to learn more about colorism?
During this hour with Marnie and Pamela Lau you'll discover:
The definition of authenticity in woman-to-woman relationships.
The #1 thing that holds women back from truly investing in other women.
Practical steps women can take to start and form deep friendships.
How social media and technology has both helped and hindered intimate friendships.
Why it's harder for women of the younger generation to create meaningful connections with other women.
The five patterns women need to internalize and practice in their relationships with other women.
The importance of cross-generational relationships and the biggest hindrance in making them work.
Ways to build time into your life to make friendships a priority.
Pamela Havey Lau is the author of A Friend in Me and Soul Strength. A graduate of Liberty University and Colorado State University, she has taught writing at George Fox University and speaks around the country at conferences and retreats. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband and their three daughters.www.PamelaLau.com
THE TOM BRADY EDITION:
In the newest developments around the NFL, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for violating the league's policy on integrity of the game, the league announced Tuesday.
The full final decision from Goodell can be read here, although it doesn't necessarily end this saga. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that Brady will sue. Brady's camp will seek an injunction on this suspension to try to keep Brady on the field.
The team debates today as WADE weighs in with some STRONG OPINIONS
Is Brady in the wrong? Does destroying his phone make him look guilty? Has the NFL overstepped their bounds?
this is Your World Discovered from E P N with a study of human behavior. This is based on the book written by Professor David Ewen of Forest Academy and titled “Discerning Evil.” This book released in August of two thousand fifteen can be found on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
David Ewen gives great appreciation to his pastors at the Resurrection Center in Springfield, Massachusetts for teaching the leadership skills needed for discernment.
We will learn about discerning evil to protect ourselves from deception, manipulation, or the result of selfishness. We can protect ourselves from others using the Holy Spirit to guide us. Scriptures will be shared to show how this works. Also discussed will be the behaviors of hypocrisy and condemnation. People respond against us through jealousy, fear, or intimidation even if it is not warranted. We’ll talk about how to discern those behaviors too.
On Wednesday 29th August at 1 pm CT (8pm SA time) we have invited Dan Roodt to be our guest as he was unable to get on air on Saturday
Dan Roodt is an Afrikaner author and intellectual who also worked for some time in the financial markets. He was born in the late fifties in Springs, a city just east of Johannesburg where he also went to primary school. He has spent most of his adult life in Johannesburg, apart from a stint in Paris where he learnt French and became in his own words, "more Europeanised than most South Africans, although my roots are in Africa, in our wonderful sunny country which has been so manhandled these past few decades".
He holds a PhD in Afrikaans language and literature, but also comments regularly in the media and on the website praag.org on South African politics and society. In 2005 he published a popular book critical of the current South African government called The Scourge of the ANC. More recently he has written on South Africa's English identity, as well as penning a preface to the South African edition of Jared Taylor's White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century. Most of his books are available on praag.org.
If Instagram is for Kim Kardashian’s ass, Twitter is for Donald rants and Facebook is for your mom, where can you turn for a social media experience that won’t leave you brain dead?
Until now, nowhere. You were at Kimye’s mercy.
But with the launch of EdCast, a social knowledge network designed to get you to stop drooling, leaders such as former secretary of defense William Perry, music mogul Scooter Braun, Mitch Kapor of Kapor Capital, and director of MIT entrepreneurship Joi Ito are broadcasting and sharing information. (For a full list of EdCast all-stars, click here)
Karl Mehta is in the house to share his ideas with us. I think the timing is perfect for a social media network for thinkers.
Business Information and How to Save Money
You can lead your business with peace of mind knowing you’ll have access to advice when you need it. Listen to the show for some great ideas to help you GROW your business.
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Importance of Contract and Document Review
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Oculus Rift and other virtual reality helmets are seen by many as potential game changers in gaming, retail, entertainment and other industries. But VR has significant weaknesses. You're stuck inside the helmet. It locks your experience and makes it difficult to share with co-workers or friends.
John Underkoffler thinks there is a better way. He's been called "the real-life Tony Stark." Underkoffler the computer scientist and award-winning user-interface designer behind the films "Minority Report" and "Iron Man," believes the future isn't locked in these headsets, it's in shareable experiences and workspaces. Collaboration is not about creating virtual walls, but working with one another on actual walls. People need space for their ideas to spread as they flow in real time. VR users need a whole new UI to really interact properly.
We'll talk to Underkoffler about the future of collaboration and shared visuals in the workspace. We'll see what might be beyond virtual reality.
John Underkoffler is CEO of Oblong Industries, developer of the g-speak Spatial Operating Environment and the Mezzanine conferencing and collaboration system in use at firms from Boeing to Beats Music. Oblong's technological trajectories build on fifteen years of foundational work at the MIT Media Laboratory, where John was responsible for innovations in real-time computer graphics, large-scale visualization techniques, and the I/O Bulb and Luminous Room systems. He has been science advisor to films including Minority Report, The Hulk (A.Lee), Aeon Flux, Stranger Than Fiction, and Iron Man. John also serves as adjunct professor in the USC School of Cinematic Arts; on the boards of the 5D Conference, the University Art Museum board at CSULB, Sequoyah School, and the E14 Fund; and on MIT's Visiting Committee. He is the 2015 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award winner for Interaction Design.
Hey there Tea Sippers! As we are ending our month long anniversary celebration, we have decided to shed some light on a subject that is often talked about on one side, maybe two, but never from the ongoing aftercare of coming out of the darkness. As we all know, Domestic Violence or Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse is an ugly reality that many people face across the world. Women and Men who deal with this often find strength to get out of their situation and move ahead to rebuild their lives and regain their sense of self.
My guest today is a survivor who has come out of the ugliness and shame that DV/IPVA loves to cloak its victims under. Ms. Katrina Walker has not only shedded that very cloak, she has become a beacon of light for others who are seeking a way out of their situation. Not only she pulled herself out of the muck and mire, she has built an empire for herself where she can proclaim being a self made Millionaire!
Join us as we Dish Tea on how to learn the steps to come out of a bad environment and situation and FLIP IT into a flourishing life of happiness and success! This is a HOT POT of tea baby so make sure you bring PLENTY of crumpets!