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In 1959 nine experienced hikers died mysteriously in the Ural mountains. The mystery is gruesome - and unsolved. Skinwalker Ranch in Utah has been the subject of study for many years because of unexplained, gruesome events. Yeti? Portals? UFOs? Join us to learn more!
To mark the official release of Nita Horn's new biography No Fences, Tom and Nita Horn share the recent improvements at Whispering Ponies Ranch, a ministry outreach of SkyWatchTV.
At 22, Vicky Hamilton left her hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and arrived on the Sunset Strip as a wide-eyed blonde with an ear for rock & roll: “I was back home interviewing Tom Petty for Three Rivers Review,” says Hamilton, “He told me I was a ‘real California girl’, and that’s all it took.” It was 1981, and Hamilton arrived at the center of Hollywood, where the scene was erupting with spandex, sex, cocaine, Aqua Net hairspray and madcap visionaries. Hamilton discovered Guns N’ Roses and became their first manager and surrogate mother, living in her apartment as Axl Rose ducked a rape charge. “I was basically harboring a fugitive,” she says, "Axl ended up crashing on my couch for six months.” Hamilton then negotiated GNR’s contract with Geffen Records. In 1986, she was let go and forced to sue the band to recoup the $25,000 she’d borrowed to bankroll them. Hamilton now shares her stories in a memoir about a woman who rode the crazy train with some of rock’s wildest frontmen, and matched their hard-partying ways. Sober for 15 years, Hamilton spent that last seven excavating her private collection of photos, flyers, contracts, letters, and interviews to create a revealing look into her fascinating life. Her book includes new details about her turbulent relationship with Axl Rose and Poison’s Bret Michaels, her experience as an A&R rep for Geffen, and above all, Appetite for Dysfunction: is the story of her rise and fall, and how she regained her life by becoming a Grammy Award winning executive that helped relaunch the career of June Carter Cash in 1999. Steven Adler (drummer, Guns N’ Roses): “Vicky was probably the best thing that happened to us in the early days. She dealt with us when nobody else would, and made everything happen for us. I’m grateful for that.
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 067 of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
About the Episode: In this interview you are going to learn simple structures for answering product management interview questions. This is useful for anyone wanting to start a career in product management or making a move to another company as well as for product leaders who interview candidates.
My guest, Charles Du (Do), is a UX Designer, SCRUM practitioner, and award-winning product manager and coach. He led the design of NASA’s first iPhone app, which received NASA’s software of the year award.
Charles teaches product management in many venues and I tracked him down after I saw a course he recently launched on Udemy titled “Master the Product Manager Interview.”
In this interview, you’ll learn:
what your first response should be to any scenario question,
how to respond to any general question,
three steps for the perfect answer to estimation questions, and
five steps for the perfect answer to product vision questions.
Part 3 of our guidance on how to transition from talking about ideas and plans and projects in a general way to talking about the specifics of getting the work done.
Part 2 of our guidance on how to transition from talking about ideas and plans and projects in a general way to talking about the specifics of getting the work done.
Part 1 of our guidance on how to transition from talking about ideas and plans and projects in a general way to talking about the specifics of getting the work done.
The program all about TV. Our guests: Susanne Bier, Oscar-winning director and executive producer of The Night Manager, AMC's acclaimed miniseries; and Jim Kosyra and Chris Petlak, co-creators, executive producers and stars of The Jamz, the first original series from the annual New York Television Festival's production company, launching April 30 on smart TVs/smart TV-making devices.
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I'm a seasoned Client and Talent Manager and military veteran. My client and talent management has an emphasis on IT placement. I served as an Army Linguistic Staff Sergeant speaking English, French, and Persian (Farsi). I'm also a gamer, avid traveler, food and drink enthusiast, and movie buff.
Special Edition of Bard’s Logic - Friday
Join us as we welcome Bruce Doucette, Superior Court Judge for the Continental United States, as he brings us up to date on the Hammond Ranch situation in Oregon. Judge Doucette will tell us what the Common Law Grand Jury and militia is about to do. Like the Bundy Ranch in Nevada, the national militia will be called up by a grand jury to deal with the feds. Also, learn of the “original” 13th Amendment. Special Edition Date and Time: 10:00 pm (EST) Friday night - 2/12/’16.
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