• 00:07

    Five Reasons You Should Apply for a Government Grant

    in Education

    Are government grants really a waste of valuable, precious, time?  The Grant Whisperer will give you five compelling reasons to apply for a government grant.  Listen in for Grant Writing strategies to earn funds for your cause. Fundraising expert will share secrets to raising funds for your organization.

  • 00:52

    Stolen Valor; Apple's Taxes; GOP Targets NSF Funding

    in News

    Chapter 1:  House Passes Bill to Criminalize False Claims About Military Honors
    The House of Representatives just passed a new version of the Stolen Valor Act which would make it a federal crime to lie about military honors. A similar law had been in effect for six years until the Supreme Court ruled it as unconstitutional last year. The new version of the bill works around the ruling making it illegal only in cases in which someone lies for material profit. A Senate version has been introduced but is waiting committee approval. We talk to Mark Seavey, New Media Manager , American Legion, and an attorney familiar with the Stolen Valor Act law.
    Chapter 2:   Apple CEO Tim Cook Grilled by Congress About Tax Evasion
    Apple CEO Tim Cook visited The Hill today to answer questions regarding accusations his company took advantage of tax loopholes by using a shell company in Ireland to indemnify profits. Cook defended the practices in front of the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations earlier today saying they comply with the law and pay all the taxes the company is due. Rather he blamed what he called an outdated tax code and called for a simplified tax system that lowers rates and provides for a reasonable tax on foreign earnings. We talk to Mihir Desai, Professor of Finance at Harvard Business School, and Matthew Gardner with Citizens for Tax Justice and author of the CTJ’s Apple report.
    Chapter 3:  Congress Considers Reducing Science Funding and Heightening Peer Review Requirements
    We talk to Jeff Mervis of Science Magazine.

  • Migrate NSF to PST for Ease Working

    in Software

    Migrate NSF to PST by retaining the data saved in. It is possible to transfer Lotus Notes into PST by keeping all the Meta data intact only if user invest in for correct software. In such a situation user can invest in Export Notes application, this software is developed with advanced technical algorithm so that user can convert all the data preserve in Lotus Notes to MS Outlook without altering meta details including sent date, receive date, cc, bcc, time and date. Software is complied with the high ended features thus user can convert all the properties of Lotus Notes including address book, journals, calendar and to-do-list into personal storage file format. Tool demo version is developed so that user can check out the working of the software prior to investing in it. This version of the tool can be downloaded without paying any installation fee.


    Wet the need to demand for the conversion tool


    We all know in an organization there are two types of user, the user who know the technical knowledge and specially appointed to work in technical areas and other category compress with the users who are poor at technical end. But in an organizations it is compulsory to communicate with both types of users. Lotus Notes demand technical knowledge to deal with it as because of its complicated interface.  And users which are categorized under non technical user they are not able to work with the NSF file. Thus the question arises how to communicate with those employees? In such a situation organization must get an authentic tool to Migrate NSF to PST effectively and efficiently.


    This software is designed with the self explanatory interface so that user can transfer entire database with few clicks only.

  • 01:22

    088 - When The HD Tells You Something Bats&!# Crazy

    in Entrepreneur

    What are you going to do when the health department person, the health inspector tells you something that is batshit crazy?  


    What if he/she tells you that your cart needs to be NSF or that your sinks need to be large enough to submerge the largest pan?  


    Learn here, tonight!


    Hot Dog Vendor Radio is a weekly show for street food vendors.  We focus on the ongoing training, rules and codes, loopholes, tactics, tips and tricks for becoming more successful.


    LEARN - SHARE - GROW 


    You can watch the show live at http://streetfoodvendor.tv and join the chat room there as well.


    We take live hot dog vendor and street food vendor callers at:


    424.258.9364   Press option 1 to talk connect to show host.


    Each show with show notes is available at http://learnhotdogs.com including numerous blog articles, a resources page and much more.  


    *Explicit tag*  Shows can and do contain some words, you know little letters put together to form words, in other words, sounds come from our mouths that have been known to offend.


    To declare yourself "OFFENDED" is the same as telling the world that you can not control your emotions and that everyone else must do it for you. 


    Come and enjoy, grow your business and share your knowledge at Hot Dog Vendor Radio and Street Food Vendor TV.  


    If you would like to co-host or join the live feed, please email ben@learnhotdogs.com


    Much Love!


    Ben's Blog -  http://LearnHotDogs.com
    Ben's Live TV Show - http://StreetFoodVendor.TV
    Awesome hot dog carts - http://BensCarts.com
    Vendor Accessories and More - http://store.benscarts.com
    Build Your Own Hot Dog Cart - http://BuildaCart.com   


    Join the fun, be your own boss and make a real income.  

  • 01:10

    Unmanned Space Exploration with Chris Impey

    in Science

    Christopher Impey is a British astronomer, educator and author.  His work is supported with a twenty million dollar grant from NASA and NSF.  He's authored over 160 papers on cosmology and astrobiology.  He's also written a series of science books, The Living Cosmos, How It Ends, How It Began and Dreams of Other Worlds.  He was a Vice President of The American Astronomical Society and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He's also won a number of awards from 1990 to the present


    Today, he is a professor of astronomy.    He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh in 1981, basic undergraduate work at the University of London.


    Join Professor Chris Impey, Melissa and me Monday, January 20, 2014 at 8 pm ET for an exciting discussion of Unmanned Space Exploration.

  • 00:30

    Mix This...

    in Entertainment

    Welcome!


    A short mixed up sample of just alll you are missing on the site, MyMixlr.  You can just register as a listener or even do you own podcasting.  If you do be sure to follow me, SOLIDGROUND, and also NSF radio and GLOBAL CHAOS, they are both funny as all hell!  ;)


    Some real talented people in their...;)


    Hope you download and or register with that and another app is "instaradio" where u can do the same.... 


    S o l i d

  • 01:00

    Keren Bolter - PhD Candidate - Florida Atlantic University

    in News

    Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Keren Bolter to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Keren is a 4th year Geosciences PhD candidate at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and a researcher for the FAU Center for Environmental Studies. As a consultant for the Southeast Florida Regional Planning Council, Keren has helped organize a Data Common conversation to understand the challenges and opportunities of using data to drive change in Southeast Florida. 
    In her dissertation research, Keren uses LIDAR digital elevation and water table models in GIS to map vulnerability to inundation, storm surge, and flooding risk. Methods includes analysis of these impacts of SLR, addressing physical, socioeconomic, and health implications. Keren has a bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering from Tufts University and a master’s degree in Environmental Studies from FAU. Keren has commitment and drive towards increasing awareness; she has presented at numerous lectures, meetings and even with a TEDx talk. Keren worked for two years as a NSF Fellow in the GK-12 program, which was aimed to promote high school student engagement in science education. 

  • 01:52

    Domestic and International Organized Crime Week - Day 3

    in Training

    In Part 3 we take a look at inmate communications, the best techniques to control gangs and organized crime in prisons, the role of corrections in criminal intelligence, and the improved use of fusion centers.


    Guest Dr. Dale Tunnell is a pioneer in the field of automated voice analysis. Beginning his career as a law enforcement officer in 1976 after multiple assignments with the U.S. Army, Dale has an impressive 37 years of investigative experience with federal, state, and local agencies. 


    Dr. Tunnell's experience and training in correctional settings makes him one of the world's leading experts in detection of inmate aggression through voice analysis technology. Dr. Tunnell has earned his PhD in Psychology, Master of Arts in Management, and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He is certified in Forensic Language Analysis and Layered Voice Analysis. Dr. Tunnell is currently the Investigations Bureau Chief at the Montana Department of Corrections. He is a former associate researcher for the Center for Management of Information (CMI) at the University of Arizona and the Center for Information, Technology and Research (CITeR), a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (U/ICRC). Dr Tunnell is also an independent consultant in Voice Analysis and Voice Biometrics Technology.


    This training program is a public service of The American Public Safety Training Institute found at www.tapsti.org

  • 01:59

    Domestic and International Organized Crime Week - Day 2

    in Training

    In Part 2 we take a look at gangs and control of correctional institutions, religion as a cover for unlawful activities, gang recruitment, and how negotiating with gangs and career criminals equals negotiating with terrorists.  Guest Dr. Dale Tunnell is a pioneer in the field of automated voice analysis. Beginning his career as a law enforcement officer in 1976 after multiple assignments with the U.S. Army, Dale has an impressive 37 years of investigative experience with federal, state, and local agencies. 


    Dr. Tunnell's experience and training in correctional settings makes him one of the world's leading experts in detection of inmate aggression through voice analysis technology. Dr. Tunnell has earned his PhD in Psychology, Master of Arts in Management, and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He is certified in Forensic Language Analysis and Layered Voice Analysis. Dr. Tunnell is currently the Investigations Bureau Chief at the Montana Department of Corrections. He is a former associate researcher for the Center for Management of Information (CMI) at the University of Arizona and the Center for Information, Technology and Research (CITeR), a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (U/ICRC). Dr Tunnell is also an independent consultant in Voice Analysis and Voice Biometrics Technology.


    This training program is a public service of The American Public Safety Training Institute found at www.tapsti.org

  • 01:59

    Domestic and International Organized Crime Week - Part 1

    in Training

    In Part 1 we take a look at defining organized crime, the Organized Crime Control Act (1970), complex relationships of organized crime and gang members in confinement, career criminal profiling such that we can improve gang enforcement through  police and corrections cooperative efforts and increased intelligence and information sharing. 


    Guest Dr. Dale Tunnell is a pioneer in the field of automated voice analysis. Beginning his career as a law enforcement officer in 1976 after multiple assignments with the U.S. Army, Dale has an impressive 37 years of investigative experience with federal, state, and local agencies. 


    Dr. Tunnell's experience and training in correctional settings makes him one of the world's leading experts in detection of inmate aggression through voice analysis technology. Dr. Tunnell has earned his PhD in Psychology, Master of Arts in Management, and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He is certified in Forensic Language Analysis and Layered Voice Analysis. Dr. Tunnell is currently the Investigations Bureau Chief at the Montana Department of Corrections. He is a former associate researcher for the Center for Management of Information (CMI) at the University of Arizona and the Center for Information, Technology and Research (CITeR), a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (U/ICRC). Dr Tunnell is also an independent consultant in Voice Analysis and Voice Biometrics Technology.


    This training program is a public service of The American Public Safety Training Institute found at www.tapsti.org

  • 02:22

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Wisdom Arc Time Machine

    in Art

    Chris Johnson studied photography with Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham and Wynn Bullock and has been the recipient of grants from the Rockefeller Foundation (w/Hank Willis Thomas); In 1994, he co-produced and directed “The Roof is on Fire” with Suzanne Lacy, which was broadcast on KRON. His fine art photography has been widely exhibited and published. Johnson is a full Professor of Photography at the California College of the Arts http://www.chrisjohnsonphotographer.com/ Eric Doversberger is a manager and technology strategist on Google’s People Analytics team, with deep specialization in interactive data visualization.Outside of Google, Eric is a technology advisor for social change organizations and co-creator (with Wendy Levy and Tomorrow Partners) of Sparkwise: an open source and online, social change impact reporting platform. Before joining Google in 2007, Eric was a NSF-funded researcher at the Mathematics Department of Brown University: www.ericdoversberger.com To participate visit: http://bit.ly/174fXVL An interview with acress/singer Tiffany Mann follows. She is "Blues Woman" in San Jose Rep's "One Night with Janis Joplin" (9/5-29). We close with an interview with artist/entrepreneur Martin Luther, with music of: Meklit Hadero "Walls," and Meklit & Quinn "Light"; Damu Sudii Ali's "Blessings" from UMOJA. Tracks from Question Bridge soundtrack: http://questionbridge.com/

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