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Blimey - it's been a while hasn't it? What with Cliff's marathon training, Angry's new business venture, and everyone ignoring Ben's incessant phone calls it's been just over two months since our last show. The good news is we're back. Well, we say good news, but we're using the phrase in the loosest sense of the word. It's show 85, despite us continually referring to it as show 84. Two months off and we've forgotten how to count. Just over half an hour in which we discuss Cliff's near Pavlovian response to Jazz music, Ben tells us about his brilliant new Internet acronyms, and Angry does some gardening which ends up being a massive fire. There's a few bits in there that you could describe as regular, including a house that looks like Hitler (we have to mention Hitler, it's the law), what to do when your TV recorder reached 98%, and look at this day in history back to when you could buy a US state for a dollar and we examine Ben's alibi for the Reagan shooting. We're a little rusty, maybe you'll forgive us, maybe you won't - but we're pretty sure that everyone will have been unsubscribed in iTunes as it's been so long. So if you have listened to this, or if it's appeared in your iTunes podcast list, please let us know in the comments below. Now go ahead and treat your ears.
We're back with a whimper as we dust off our Christmas and New Year excesses to bring you 35 minutes of rambling nonsense from one of the country's least listended to comedy trios. Via the magic of technology Ben joins in from his London hide-away, as Cliff tells us about the difficulties in making arrangements with a taxi driver, we discuss the Golden Globes and question whether Ricky Gervais went far enough, and we wonder if Liz Jones is actually a comedy creation from an as-yet unseen genius. It's birthdays for Jim Carey, Al Capone, and Shabba Ranks, and we get mixed up between Cheggers Plays Pops and Mike Reid's Runaround. Angry tells us about his Paul Young haircut, and we wonder how cinema would have been different if James Earl Jones hadn't replaced David Prowse as the voice of Darth Vader. Listen, Tweet, Facebook, email - or whatever it is you kids do these days. We're also taking suggestions for show 100, which is a mere couple of months away... If you have any good ideas for what you'd like us to do, let us know.
We typically make too much effort with the dominant hand, and hold too much strain in it in resting. This lesson gently differentiates the hand and forearm, explores the subtle movement of the humerus resting in the shoulder blade, and transforms the whole dominant side of the body. Want to know more about handedness? Check out the book Right Hand Left Hand (http://www.righthandlefthand.com) by Chris McManus, and my blog post including comments at [[Which Side?]].
Listen as Cornelius preaches a powerful, transparent sermon on the beauty of marriage. He breaks down the leadership of the husband and the submission of the wife. This is definitely a sermon you will want to share with your family and friends.
Sermon titled "Spiritual Flyswatters" given on Sunday February 24, 2008. Size: 3.6 MB; duration: 15:37.
Isabel talks with Marc Gay, one of the world’s foremost experts on CPR and resuscitation. They discuss the levels of evidence for which resuscitation research qualifies, when to use ventilation first and when to use compressions first, and the future of dispatch-assisted CPR. For Your Information: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada (http://www.heartandstroke.ca/) American Heart Association/AHA (http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/) International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation/ILCOR (http://www.ilcor.org/home/) Citizen CPR Foundation (https://citizencpr.org/) Levels of evidence (http://libguides.winona.edu/c.php?g=11614&p=61584) Dr. Paul Pepe M.D. (http://profiles.utsouthwestern.edu/profile/43741/paul-pepe.html) Want to get involved in a study? Have a question? Email us at dispatchindepth @ emergencydispatch (dot) org
Jerry West, obsessive runners, and sports and fundamentalism in Colorado City, Arizona, are featured in this edition of Real Sports. This episode originally aired in October 18, 2011. For more on Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, log into HBO.com/RealSports.
Separating fact from fiction for a generation that is too young to remember 9/11.
five ways to make money with your ideas
Les Grosses Têtes dans la nuit des temps du 01 juil. 2014
Electronic Experience · THE BEST TRACKS OF MELODIC TRANCE · Enjoy Guys ! Best Regards DJ BERNIE.
The Woman In the Midst of Change
Thomas Chippas Welcome to this special edition of The Algorithmic Trading Podcast, brought to you by Voices in Business,nbsp;focusing on Low Latency. As the subject of latency has come up repeatedly in this series of interviews, we decided to ask Thomas Chippas, Deutsche Bank's Head of Autobahn Equity, North America back onto the show for a deeper dive into the topic. In this conversation with Greg Grimer and Mike O'Hara of Voices in Business, Thomas discusses why low latency is so important, some of the causes and types of latency, issues with measuring and monitoring it andnbsp;some of the ways it can be reduced. Show notes for this episode: 00:08 - Introduction 01:24 - Some background and history 02:18 - At what point did latency become an issue? 04:01 - The diverse business drivers for reducing latency 07:36 - Orders versus market data 08:40 - The exponential growth of option data 09:26 - Managing real-time position risk 10:38 - Dangers of quote mitigation 11:32 - Causes and types of latency, #38; where it is introduced 15:32 - Piecemeal versus big-bang approach to reducing latency 18:22 - Measuring and monitoring latency 21:44 - Visualisation tools #38; heat maps 22:14 - Consistency #38; reliability versus outright speed 23:29 - FIX, FAST #38; other industry standards 25:55 - Proximity hosting and co-location 29:25 - What Telco #38; network providers are doing 30:57 - Do latency reduction initiatives justify the cost? 31:45 - Potential operational risks inherent in low-latency strategies 34:48 - End of interview and wrap-up We welcome all feedback, so please leave a comment here on the website, call us to leave an audio comment on +44 (0) 20 7193 1295, or send a message to email@example.com. Listen Now: To listen to the podcast right now, click on the player icon below (may require registration).
In this first episode of Scattered Curiosities, Albort Einstone takes you to the Netherlands and makes poignant connections between Amsterdam and New Amsterdam (New York City), all while weaving in and out of the Eighty Years War.