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In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews Julian Bailes, MD, co-Director of the NorthShore University HealthSystem Neurological Institute based in Evanston, IL. They are talking about one of the latest innovations in treating epilepsy, the minimally-invasive surgery, Visualase.
The Visualase System is an MRI-guided laser system for minimally invasive surgery. Visualase, Inc. was awarded a New Therapy Grant from the Epilepsy Foundation/Epilepsy Therapy Project in December 2010.
The Hut with hosts Patrick Shore & Jodi Livengood is the place to tackle the issues holding business leaders from reaching the success they deserve.
The Hut each week explores what it takes to not only stay in front of the competition but make it irrelevant.
Come in, Kick of your shoes and join in this week's conversation.
Guest: Jesse Bechtold, President and CEO of MAMTC will share his insight on creating growth in your company through enginnering innovation.
As computing technologists, we tend to think of innovations in terms of new products or services supported by, or made of, computing technologies. But there are other types of innovation besides products. There are process innovations, such as McDonald's method of making hamburgers fast; social innovations, such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving; and business model innovations, such as Starbucks replacing a coffee shop with an Internet cafe.In all these categories, we tend to think of innovations as new ways of doing things that positively impact many people.Jerry Michalski, pays heed to "dark innovations"—new ways of doing things that negatively impact many people. He collected a large number of examples of innovations in other areas including social innovation, innovation by the poor, and dark innovation.He thinks most important innovations break taboos, the customs that prevent people from doing things.Innovations are social.Innovations can come from poor, uneducated people.Innovations can produce negative value.Peter,' I have co-authored The Innovator's Way. We defined innovation as "adoption of new practice in a community."
Traditional weapons have long been a staple of traditional martial arts. Some say these ancient weapons are antiquated, some believe they should be reinvented, some say that traditional weapons allow us a glimpse of the culture of the art.
Join us for discussion as we welcome Humberto Gonzalez, a weapons stylist who has made innovations to traditional weapons. He will tell us about his weapon modifications and how it aids in his personal self expression of martial arts.
As a grown man, being defined with symbols is interesting. I think I am quite average; at this age having partial answers to some but not all of the elemental question pertinent to my life. In a way, it takes this kind of effort to balance an aging conscience to engage the world authenticallly. I do that to understand the nature of trust and gain control of emotion. These are difficult elements; my sense of this is incomplete.
" I wish you well on your masonic journey." We hear that alot. To be honest it never really sat well with me because it felt it was usually given to implant a conceit. ie Aren't I clever saying phrase to the initiate that he doesn't understand? Dangerous stuff to talk about conceits I know. But the mathematics of the sentence is wrong because he is left untaught. Everyone comes into life alone and in relationship. How we conduct our life is about choices we make. I think freemasons gernerally agree each new member is part of the Order, joining us to explore the meaning of a life well lived. Our ritual gives an opportunity; not answers but an atmosphere to be a learner of philosophy, geometry, science, the arts, sociology and history. We are in a Mystery School in the truest sense; we are the alchemist seeking knowledge.
An intelligent man will understand the deeper growth only possible through respect of a higher power and mankind. Freemasonry helps us understand the work of that achievement.
Don't walk away disappointed, impatient and frustrated. We've been looking for you. Do you have the temperment and intelligence to proceed? Natural talent is rare. Most of us acheive by hard work. It's a choice.
On this episode of Liberty Panacea, Matt and special guest cohost Cathy Reisenwitz, Editor in Chief at http://sexandthestate.com/, discuss the USPS creating their own bitcoin exchange, 3d printers printing other 3d printers, why the US Government has every incentive to see bitcoin fail, crowdfunding basic science and the first interview with Edward Snowden. Following the news Matt and Cathy take your calls and interview Daniel Larimer CEO of Invictus Innovations and creator of the decentralized exchange platform Bitshares and decentralized reputation system Keyhotee.
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D Gambit Radio and Life Innovations Ent. Present: Dream Catchers. Join us as we discuss all the moves in NBA free agency,Total Slaughter Rap Battle: Mook 3-0 Lux! Hollow goes in,Daylight gets undressed again!(wtf!) world news and much more! And of course all the best music from the past, present, and future (up and coming artist)!
What if we could change the experience -- and perhaps the progression -- of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia by redesigning the environment? What if a bridge literally existed between design and perception? According to Steve Orfield, it's possible, given a growing body of research suggesting that aging and decline are two separate processes. He founded Orfield Laboratories (OL) over 40 years ago, and has since turned his interest in perception and measurement towards developing multi-disciplinary subjective-objective architectural and product research lab. He recently shared his philosophy about "User Experience" at the Innovations Summit with the Florida Council on Aging among others, he's authored numerous research projects, designed the "quietest room on earth" and created the nation's first research based design architectual collaboration (with firms across the U.S. and Canda).
Steve's passion for developing new "perceptually clear and comfortable" standards for seniors was born in caregiving for his elderly father as a nursing home resident. For the same total cost of such "typical" environments, Orfield Laboratories is providing the highest level of comfort and preference, while building on precise measurement and evaluation. "You actually have to test the older population and have them repeat what they have seen or heard, because elderly persons are far less inclined to complain or to highlight their age-related disabilities," he says.
Steve Orfield shares the hopeful ways objective architecture is working to mediate, reduce, and reverse some aging-related decline.
Designers are sounding off about what impressed at this year's Architectural Digest Home Design Show
We're talking with top New York home design style-makers about the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show (ADHDS) on this week's MyFixitUpLife talk show. We're talking avant garde genius, home technology, and how to embrace a risk-taking attitude in your home design with two of our favorite designers Patrick Hamiliton and Tyler Wisler.
Popularly known as 'Ask Patrick' in the social networking world, Patrick Hamilton is an interior designer, tastemaker, stylist and stager. As seen on HGTV, "Small Space, Big Style" and "Rate My Space." Featured on HouseBeautiful.com. Winner of the ApartmentTherapy.com first annual "Smallest Coolest Apartment Contest," winner of the Bloomingdale's "Big Window Challenge," with interiors appearing everywhere from the cover of Florida Home & Garden to the pages of Ladies Home Journal. Patrick is also an interior blogger, writer, interviewer and diehard interior enthusiast. Patrick says: “Context is huge in pulling a space together, and each piece (ideally) relates to the next. It’s like having one lonely guest at a costume party... no one feels comfortable when the first arrival has nobody to talk to.”
Tyler Wisler is known for his work on HGTV 'DESIGN STAR' where Tyler showcased his talents both as a designer and as a television personality. He has since been featured on the NBC makeover show, “George to the Rescue,” and filmed several news segments as a design expert. Recognizing his keen eye, the mega online retailer, OpenSky, asked Tyler to come aboard as a permanent Taste Maker. Says Tyler: “The measure of a great room is the amount of happiness you feel when you’re in it…”
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Shawn Marie Turi, your host of Business IS Personal (what you do and why you do it... MATTERS!), interviews Mary Bumblebee, Founder & Owner of Bumblebee Personal Assistants.
Mary “Bumblebee” Pokluda is the owner of Bumblebee Personal Assistants, which gives the gift of time to busy families, business owners, and corporate teams. Since launching her Hive in 2007, Mary has been recognized for her community connections, innovations, and success by groups like NAWBO MN, WIN (Women in Networking), and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. She is an active networker throughout the Twin Cities and in 2014; Mary launched Bumblebee Concierge in a local MN Fortune 500. She is currently working on launching a non-profit.
Dr. Ritamarie teaches people all over the world about healing via nutrition, fitness, exercise, and emotional balancing.
In this show, she interviews two experts in the area of emotional healing, who have discovered innovative ways of restoring balance to the mind and the emotions, which leads to a greater sense of well-being and happiness---and heavily contributes to vibrant health.
Arttemis Keszainn: Arttemis will share about his 12 years of experience helping over 8,000 people transform their lives through Conscious Language, Sacred Body Language, Prayer, Decree, Affirmations, and a Raw Food Lifestyle.
Laura Fine: As founder and Director of Lionheart Institute of Transpersonal Energy Healing in Los Angeles, Laura has become known nationwide as a Transpersonal Energy Healing Therapist and teacher
In this show learn:
Why emotional alchemy is a key to healing and balancing hormones (hint: glands are tied to emotions)
The importance of mind, body, and emotions in hormone balance (hint: taming the mental chatter)
Tying it all together: resources to learn more about innovations in healing the intimate mind-body-emotion connection to hormonal balance, and overall health.
To learn more about Laura Fine click here:How To Use Energy Healing Techniques To Tame The Restless Mind
To learn more about Arttemis Keszainn, you can visit Juicing for Fat Loss