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The ThinkEnergy podcast features conversations that focus on the fast-changing world of energy. We explore through a communications lens, some of the coolest trends, emerging technologies and latest innovations within the energy sector. We seek to understand how these game changers bring their ideas to market and demystify their concepts. Have feedback? We'd love to hear from you! Send your thoughts to thinkenergy@hydroottawa.com
 
Celebrating 10 years of tech exploration, TechNight is still the news you need and the tech you love! No matter your age or experience, let us open your eyes to the wide world of technology, exploring how technology and innovation are changing our lives everyday, with apps, hardware, devices, games, and much more. Conquer your tech, and have fun doing it. It's your weekly roundup of the digital world!
 
Golf 360 came about from a theory I wrote a decade ago called The Golf Paradigm. It is something I came up with after spending over 30 years in golf and meeting a lot of exceptional people. Some of them were within the industry while others were outside of it but they all had phenomenal information that helped me improve. Whether it was a world-renowned coach, genius club fitter or engineer, ground breaking health professional or therapist, fantastic mental coach or psychologist or someone t ...
 
Join Stephanie Christopher, CEO at TEC (The Executive Connection) as she sits down with successful business leaders and inspiring guests covering wide-ranging conversations on all things leadership, exploring the questions that are top of mind for SME business leaders. Guests share tactical insights and takeaways to inform and inspire you every time you listen. Success thrives on different perspectives. Regular guest Warren Hogan, Chief Economic Advisor TEC and Business Professor at UTS Busi ...
 
How do you see the invisible? Today, mechanical, electrical, chemical and biological engineering of ‘small worlds’ is revolutionising our lives. Atomic Force Microscopes are an important tool when creating engineering solutions on the micro and nano scale. The 4 video tracks on this album examine the AFM's engineering and operation, explain how it can be adapted for a wide range of applications and describe its use in the life sciences and semiconductor industries. This material forms part o ...
 
The Tympanic Eclipse is an audio podcast that brings cultural theory out of its stuffy scholarly tomes, and puts it into your ears! Together with established thinkers and makers, it explores wide ranging issues we’re facing in the 21st century. Without using academic jargon or relying on journalistic sensationalism, The Tympanic Eclipse points out theory’s relevance to everyday life. This project received the IdeasTap Innovator’s Award and is produced by Britt Wray (www.brittwray.com). Pleas ...
 
Die re:publica ist eines der weltweit wichtigsten Events zu den Themen der digitalen Gesellschaft. Seit ihren Anfängen 2007 mit 700 BloggerInnen hat sie sich zu einer "Gesellschaftskonferenz" mit zuletzt 7000 TeilnehmerInnen aus allen Sparten entwickelt. Hier vermitteln die VertreterInnen der digitalen Gesellschaft Wissen und Handlungskompetenz und diskutieren die Weiterentwicklung der Wissensgesellschaft. Sie vernetzen sich mit einem heterogenen Mix aus AktivistInnen, WissenschaftlerInnen, ...
 
GaryPHayes's music is a rare hybrid of melodic progressive trance, celtic & world music and cinematic electronica. His versatility lies in his being able to exhibit the sensitivity in combining music of different cultures required for a wide range of film genre and being able to utilise both full orchestral scoring through arrangement and production to cutting edge electronic music realisation and sound design.Gary became interested in music at an early age and was playing guitar and clarine ...
 
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Many organizations are on the path to adopt SDN for their data center network. However, technical leaders tend to become split between the two market leaders in this space: Cisco ACI and VMware NSX. How does an organization choose between them, and could they work well with each other? In this new TEC37 episode from World Wide Technology (WWT), the…
 
If you could change your fate, would you? Step back with us into the misty Scottish Highlands through Pixar’s 2012 fairy tale Brave. Pixar’s first woman-led feature may look like a traditional fairy tale at first, but through clever meditations on destiny, free will, and community, it rings with truths that are incredibly modern. How do we restore …
 
Our interview guest is Jon Cheney, the CEO and co-founder of Seek, a leading imaging provider for retailers. He discusses the technology behind implementing 3D images into augmented reality services for retailers and drawing AR out of apps and into browsers for digital commerce. We look at Walmart’s launch of Walmart+ in the news segment, and why i…
 
Our interview guest is Dani Cushion, the CMO at Cardlytics, who catches us up on summer purchase data and their latest State of Spend report, as well as how the data suggests a continued potential flattening of the holiday sales curve with the shift of Prime Day. Additionally, we discuss the stalking horse bid by REITs Simon and Brookfield for JCPe…
 
Spartans! What is your profession? As we continue exploring historical fiction, this week’s episode is a deep dive into Zack Snyder’s 2006 adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel 300. Based on the historical Battle of Thermopylae, in which 300 Spartan soldiers laid down their lives against a massive force of the Persian army, 300 is in some ways…
 
Todd Barranger (FB: @tbarranger, T: @toddbarranger) was a professional golfer that played on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour and Asian Tours. He was the Asian Tours Thailand Open (later called the Johnnie Walker Open) and the Korn Ferry Tours Dayton Open. He played on the PGA Tour 1994-1995, 2002-2003. In his second year on the PGA Tour he was diagno…
 
Our interview guest is Mike Welsh, the chief creative officer for Mobiquity. Mobiquity counts among its clients Kum & Go and Wawa, and Mike discusses considerations that go into developing effective loyalty programs that give c-stores the ability to leverage apps to improve and enhance the customer experience. We discuss Duluth Trading Co. in our n…
 
Scott Parel (FB: @Scott.Parel, T: @ParelGolf, IG: @parelgolf) is a professional golfer. He has played and won at the highest levels; mini-tour, Korn Ferry Tour, PGA Champions Tour. He is currently 2nd on the Charles Schwab Cup Money List and is having another great year. If you don’t know Scott, you wouldn’t know his path to fame did not take the c…
 
Ben Houston, the founder of Threekit, joins the show to discuss how his Hollywood background let to the creation of a platform wherein retailers can create 3D images and virtual photographs for their e-commerce sites. Additionally, he’ll discuss the next phase in AR as it pertains to retailers. In the news segment, Michaels takes center stage with …
 
New funnel shapes and interpretations are created daily, such as the flywheel to the bowtie and more. Matt and Ashley discuss the changing application of the sales funnel and the helpful visualization that it enables. But with all this talk about the funnel, is it dying because sales and marketing can’t agree? Learn how breaking down silos, corpora…
 
All things, even the Beams, serve the Tower. Did you think this podcast would be any different? Derek and Steve have started the Wheel of Ka over, in a way. This bonus episode has your Ka-Tet returned, this time reading the wonderful Stephen King novel, Salem’s Lot. After Derek and Steve completed The Dark Tower read through, we recognized that our…
 
In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT experts Todd Bolton and Dominic Greco, along with Andrew Braverman and Emmett Kaczmarek from Dell Technologies, discuss the key challenges that customers face today related to storage and data protection, considerations for choosing the right products and recommended approach in add…
 
If the Wizard of Oz was remade for the 21st century, Dorothy might now declare: there’s no place like a net-zero home. And she’d be right. But would she need the Wizard to grant her wish for a net-zero home or would Dorothy be able to afford one on her own? In this episode, Kevin Lee – CEO of the Canadian Home Builders Association (CHBA) - tells us…
 
The pandemic has affected customer-facing aspects of retail, but what about the vendor-retailer relationship? Paul Lee, the CEO of NHN Global (parent of FashionGo), joins us to discuss hosting FashionGo Week, an online fashion trade show running through September 6. In news, dollar store earnings were revealed this week, and despite a strong showin…
 
Who lives, who dies, who tells your story… The question of “who tells your story” echoes throughout the Broadway sensation Hamilton: An American Musical, a blockbuster portrayal of a forgotten figure in American history. This week on the Midnight Myth, we dive deep into Lin-Manuel Miranda’s powerful piece of theatrical Americana in a surprise secon…
 
Do you know that 10% of people entering hospital can expect to suffer an adverse event? And of those, another 10% would die or experience a serious disability. In this episode, we speak to Professor Michael Buist, an intensive care specialist, who has emerged as a world leader in the push to improve patient care with a range of thought provoking id…
 
Joining us to discuss how science, technology, and digital insights can assist retailers in making prudent inventory decisions in 2020 is Carla Anderson, Senior Director of Merchandising Strategy at Oracle Retail. Best Buy’s quarterly numbers are also addressed, as they managed fantastic comp numbers in June and July. And, we look ahead to dollar s…
 
Our interview guest is Paul Brenner, the president of audio out-of-home and CSO of Vibenomics—he discusses the changing world of in-store audio and how retailers can tap into this resource for additional revenue streams. The show’s news topic is home improvement retail, as Home Depot, Lowe’s, and Ace all released impressive second quarter sales num…
 
They may take our lives, but they can never take… our podcast! This week on the Midnight Myth, come with us to a distant land and a distant past, when a cruel pagan ruled England, and a kilt-wearing, face-painted band of untrained rebels beat back those tyrannical invaders. A time when princesses traveled to enemy territory to negotiate with war le…
 
The return of the Retail Focus Podcast features an interview with Daniel Sines, the CEO and co-founder of Traitify, who discusses onboarding for retail companies during a pandemic and how shifting roles have given some companies an opportunity to rethink their hiring practices. In news, Grocery Outlet’s Q2 sales were strong, but other information o…
 
In today’s ever-changing world, do you ever think about how your organization’s network must evolve with it? In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT Network specialists Bill Thompson and Neil Anderson will talk about the macro factors to consider when looking at the future of networking and what happens if we think differ…
 
When we talk about the electrification of transportation, we tend to think about electric vehicles or light rail transit. But there’s another sub-genre of electric transportation that is rapidly growing in popularity: e-bikes. In this episode, Seth Weintraub, an award-winning tech journalist and blogger, helps us tackle some of the myths surroundin…
 
In 2019 Jayden Rogers took over as a first time CEO at Linear Clinical Research, with planning for the year ahead well underway, he was unaware what was coming down the line in 2020! Now, in collaboration with renowned global vaccine development experts, Linear leads first phase clinical trials in the race to develop a COVID19 vaccine. In this podc…
 
What threatening shadows lie within the deep? For millennia, mankind has wrestled with the mysteries and perils of our oceans. With 80% of the world’s oceans still uncharted, it’s easy to understand why we tell stories about monsters lurking beneath the surface. Today, we’re discussing the ultimate modern realization of those fears—Stephen Spielber…
 
Business and technology executives are challenged with aligning business goals, increased dependence on technology and the responsibility to secure the organizations most important assets. As any breach report can attest, this is a complicated task that requires a balance of understanding the business risks and goals, managing technology tied into …
 
After five weeks of discussing iconic science fiction films and television—2001: A Space Odyssey, Alien, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and Rick & Morty Season 4—we’re back with a no-holds-barred discussion of the connecting themes and striking variation within the genre. Starting with a (very) brief history of sci-fi,…
 
Difficult conversations are difficult, but they can be a lot easier if we change our way of thinking in advance. In this podcast Deborah shares her recipe for managing difficult conversations... and yes practice makes perfect! Accept that there's 3 versions to every story and that they co-exist; check your feelings and assumptions - ask questions a…
 
We wanted to bring you another episode from our Innermost series. In the last episode of our first season, two callers tell Leah Green how their relationships sent them down unexpected paths, one with criminal consequences Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to hear the rest of the series. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian…
 
What happens when you use a network of hot and cold water pipes, bury them underground, and then use them to efficiently heat and cool buildings – or even whole communities? You get something called district energy. In this episode, Jeff Westeinde, President of Zibi Canada and Founding partner of the THEIA Partnership, shares his passion for enviro…
 
After an eventful couple of weeks, we’re back in the studio with the conclusion of our mini episode series on science fiction film and television. This week, we’re getting schwifty with insights from Season 4 of Adult Swim’s Rick & Morty. Through the particular lens of Season Four, Episode Six: Never-Ricking Morty (you know, the one with the Story …
 
An expert in social media law and legal ethics, Miami lawyer Ethan Wall speaks with host Carl Morrison about this hot and quickly developing practice area. Wall recognized the importance of social media to legal practice early on. He shares how he has developed his firm centered around four core areas: compliance, intellectual property, the unique …
 
Many organizations are hesitant to commit to a single vendor for their data center. However, when moving to a software-defined data center (SDDC) model, vendor lock-in may be the best strategy. On the latest episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT’s James Harless and Sean Hicks, along with Pat Dooley from Dell and Jason Lamb from…
 
Businesses moving forward with an AI strategy need to ensure the security of those AI models is part of that strategy. In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT experts Jamie Milne and Gene Geddes, along with Melvin Greer from Intel, will highlight issues in AI model security for the organization and suggest approaches for …
 
We’re back. In the fourth installment of our science fiction mini-series, we’re taking on another iconic sequel (and finally succumbing to the lure of James Cameron) by covering 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The sci-fi-action-blockbuster that spawned some of cinema’s most quotable moments also deals in massive questions of human responsibility…
 
Our story this week on the podcast is very much a product of this current moment in American history, in which race and racism are at the front of all of our minds. It’s a story about acknowledging and addressing the disparities that exist for people of color in the field of entomology – and in science generally. In this episode we’re talking with …
 
Lynn Leahy, international speaker and business coach, leads the listener through the importance of coaching skills in Leadership. What type of leader are you? A Directive Leader, a Participative Leader or an Affiliative Leader, or a blend of all 3 – An Effective Leader? What’s the purpose of coaching? What makes a good coach? Can you coach someone …
 
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