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IT talk with a healthy dose of empathy: Hosts Matt Yette & Matt Cozzolino draw on their combined 40+ years of infrastructure experience as they discuss the ever-changing technology landscape – from virtualization to storage, security to networking, and everything in between.
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Fixing the Future from IEEE Spectrum magazine is a biweekly look at the cultural, business, and environmental consequences of technological solutions to hard problems like sustainability, climate change, and the ethics and scientific challenges posed by AI. IEEE Spectrum is the flagship magazine of IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization devoted to engineering and the applied sciences.
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Sustain brings together practitioners, sustainers, funders, researchers and maintainers of the open source ecosystem. We have conversations about the health and sustainability of the open source community. We learn about the ins and outs of what ‘open source’ entails in the real world. Open source means so much more than a license; we're interested in talking about how to make sure that the culture of open source continues, grows, and ultimately, sustains itself. #mcembedsignup{background:#f ...
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Telepractice Today

Kim Dutro Allen & K. Todd Houston, Ph.D.

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Increasingly, healthcare and educational professionals are delivering services using teleconferencing platforms. For speech-language pathologists, audiologists, educators, and allied health professionals delivering diagnostic and treatment services using distance technology is called telepractice. In this podcast, Kim Dutro Allen and Dr. K Todd Houston share the latest news, tips, and insights from other professionals who are interviewed in each episode. Telepractice will continue to grow, s ...
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Victoria Lefevers is a dedicated pediatric occupational therapist with experience in outpatient and ABA settings, specializing in telehealth services. She is passionate about helping caregivers navigate the complexities of sensory processing, behavior management, and neurodiversity. With a background in psychology from Taylor University and a docto…
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Guest Max Jones Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this first ever cross-over episode of Sustain and Open Source for Climate, host Richard welcomes guest Max Jones, a data scientist and open source software developer who works at Carbon Plan. Max discusses the importance of open source in bringing about effective climate action, the role of Ca…
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Jacquilyn Arias is a certified speech and language pathologist and has worked in pediatric settings providing individual and group therapies for over ten years. Her passion is supporting families and professionals to meet the needs of the whole child through naturalistic and evidence-based interventions. She provides training for parents and profes…
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Guests Eva Maxfield Brown | Boris Veytsman Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode of Sustain, host Richard Littauer engages with guests Eva Maxfield Brown and Boris Veytsman to explore their co-authored paper, "Biomedical Open Source Software: Crucial Packages and Hidden Heroes." The paper focuses on identifying crucial but often over…
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Welcome back for another new episode, Data Center Therapy aficionados! This week, our adventurous and hard-working hosts, Matt “Master Link” Yette and Matt “Chromed Crankset” Cozzolino open up the virtual studios to IVOXY’s own Ryan “Security Gusset” Grelck, who joins the fellas to talk all things endpoint-related for the first part of the podcast.…
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Kelly Smith-Vernon is a speech language pathologist with Next Level Speech Therapy in a hybrid role as a provider and supervisor for SLPAs. Kelly resides in rural, southeast Ohio with her husband on the family farm. She enjoys the outdoors, traveling, and caring for animals in her free time. Kelly’s education began with a Bachelor of Arts degree in…
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Guest Emmy Tsang Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode of Sustain, host Richard Littauer welcomes Emmy Tsang, the Engagement Lead at Invest in Open Infrastructure (IOI). Emmy introduces the mission of IOI, which focuses on increasing investment in and adoption of open infrastructure to promote equitable access and participation in re…
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Rachel is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and has practiced as an occupational therapist for over 30 years. Rachel has worked with both adults and children in medical and educational settings and was an early adopter of tele occupational therapy services. Rachel has continued her education by obtaining a master’s degree in Industrial and …
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Guest Simon Vansintjan Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode, host Richard Littauer and guest Simon Vansintjan dive into the topic of open-source sustainability in the music industry. Simon, a long-time friend of Richard and a seasoned coder and designer, introduces Mirlo, an innovative online platform he's working on that combines e…
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Welcome back, long-awaiting listeners, as your favorite IT podcast with a healthy dose of empathy, Data Center Therapy, returns after a seven-month hiatus. It’s been too long, we know, but we’re back and we’re recharged so we can bring you the first of many new episodes with exciting, topical and relevant content. Thanks for joining us! On this epi…
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Karen Rose Karen is a pediatric speech and language pathologist with two decades of experience. Her research focuses on typical and atypical bilingual language development and family language policy, and can be read in numerous internationally renowned journals. She enjoys sharing knowledge, speaking at universities and conferences, peer-reviewing …
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President and co-founder of Arturia, Frédéric Brun, talks to Sam Inglis about the company's eventful history, taking in highlights such as the innovative MiniBrute, the epic PolyBrute and the company's first stage keyboard, the new AstroLab. Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 01:52 - Storm & The Early Days Of Software Synthesis 02:53 - Emulating Classic…
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Guest Dr. Carlotta A. Berry Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode, host Richard Littauer engages in a conversation with Dr. Carlotta Berry, a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and a passionate advocate for diversity in STEM. Carlotta shares her journey from an un…
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For me, Lighthouse Therapy is more than a company. It's a calling. I have been a Speech Language Pathologist for 30 years and a teletherapist for 13 years. In 2018, I felt unsettled in my current role as an SLP. I asked God, "What should I do next?" and had no idea that God would lead me to start an online therapy company that would impact the live…
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Guest Susan Kennedy Panelists Richard Littauer | Eriol Fox Show Notes In this episode, hosts Richard Littauer and Eriol Fox chat with Susan Kennedy, a program manager at the Open Technology Fund (OTF), to explore the intricacies of sustaining open source technologies. OTF, a nonprofit organization, plays a vital role in promoting internet freedom i…
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Alan Moulder, 2024 recipient of the Icon Of The Year Award from the Music Producers Guild, talks to Kevin Paul about his early years at Trident Studios and finding his specialist areas, plus tips on how aspiring producers and engineers can get started in the industry today. Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 00:30 - Starting Out In Indie Rock 02:28 - Th…
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Traci Bean, MA, CCC-SLP is a Co-Owner and Director at Total Education Solutions. She received her degree in Speech-Language Pathology from San Jose State University. She served on the ASHA SIG 18 Coordinating Committee and has also served on the ASHA Convention Session Selection Committee and as a telepractice expert for the SLP Compact. Traci is p…
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Guest Velda Kiara Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes Today, host Richard has a conversation with guest Velda Kiara, a passionate open source developer. Velda discusses how open source has helped businesses, how it benefits both coders and non-coders, and how it can lead to career growth. She also talks about the challenges of open source, particu…
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The United Kingdom has created a new government agency, the Advanced Research and Invention Agency, or ARIA, similar to the United States' DARPA. ARIA's first foray is into creating new enabling technologies to make AI faster and more energy efficient, and the program director, Suraj Bramhavar spoke with Spectrum editor Dina Genkina about some of t…
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Kathryn Mancewicz, MS, CCC-SLP is a bilingual speech-language pathologist and owner of Moving Forward Speech Therapy. Kathryn received her Master’s degree with distinction from the University of New Mexico, where she was a member of the CLASS for ALL bilingual emphasis program. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disord…
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Guest Kari L. Jordan Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode of Sustain, host Richard welcomes guest Dr. Kari L. Jordan, the Executive Director of The Carpentries, to discuss the organization’s mission, challenges, and strategies for fostering an inclusive community that teaches data and coding skills. We explore topics like sustaining…
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Tara Roehl is a nationally certified Speech-Language Pathologist who owns and operates a private telepractice clinic in Colorado focusing on social cognition, executive functioning and the use of technology in therapy. She is co-founder and president of Hacking Autism and the creator of The Telepractice Course. She has worked with clients in Illino…
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Guest Stephen Okonkwo Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode of Sustain, the OSCA 2023 series, host Richard welcomes Steve Okonkwo, a multidisciplinary designer who actively contributes to the Open Source Community Africa (OSCA). Steve sheds light on his role in enhancing user experience through thoughtful design, particularly for OSC…
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Zipline originally established itself delivering medical supplies in rural Africa. Now, Zipline cofounder and CTO Keenan Wyrobek talks with senior editor Stephen Cass about recent milestones in bringing commercial drone delivery to the United States, including the development of Platform 2 and its tethered mini-droid that makes precision drop-offs …
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Jen is an experienced Teacher of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing. She graduated from The College of New Jersey, where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Deaf Education, Elementary Education, and English, as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching. She has worked as both a classroom teacher and an itinerant teacher, and has used a variety of communic…
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Guest Yani Bellini Saibene Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode of Sustain, host Richard welcomes guest Yani Bellini Saibene from Argentina. Yani, with a rich background in open source community management, shares her journey into the tech and open source world, and highlights her roles as the rOpenSci Community Manager, R-Ladies Pr…
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Shari Robertson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, Board Certified Specialist in Child Language (BCS-CL) is a professor emerita and retired Associate Provost at Indiana University of PA and the CEO of Dynamic Resources. Prior to moving into academia, Robertson spent 20 years in the public schools as a broad range SLP and Administrator and she continues …
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Guest Adewale “Ace” Abati Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode, host Richard Littauer sits down with Adewale “Ace” Abati, a staff developer advocate at TBD and member of the Open Source Community Africa. Today, they discuss Ace’s work in building a decentralized future of the web and advocating for open protocol and Web5 technology.…
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Producer and Engineer Tim Bran talks us through his early career at Island Records, being invited to tour as a session musician, recording London Grammar and setting up his own collaborative tech and studio projects. Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 01:22 - The Early Days At Island Records 04:58 - Musical Taste 06:33 - Informative Years In The Bunker …
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Stacy Crouse is a speech-language pathologist in Des Moines, Iowa. She completed her master's in speech-language pathology with an emphasis on children with hearing loss from Fontbonne University (St. Louis, MO) in 2008. In 2017, she became a certified Listening and Spoken Language Specialist. In addition to a passion for Auditory Verbal Therapy, S…
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Guest Jacob Kaplan-Moss Panelist Richard Littauer | Amanda Casari Show Notes This episode of Sustain explores the challenges and dynamics of funding open source projects. Host Richard Littauer and co-host Amanda Casari welcome guest Jacob Kaplan-Moss, Board Member and Treasurer of the Django Software Foundation, and Security Architect at Latacora. …
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Dr. Michelle Boisvert, CCC-SLP, combines her expertise as a Speech-Language Pathologist with a passion for integrating technology in both clinical and school-based therapy settings. Her background in education has been vital in redefining the delivery of speech therapy services. Michelle's insight into the challenges clinicians face, particularly i…
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Guest Subomi Oluwalana Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes On today’s episode, Richard engages in a conversation with Subomi Oluwalana, Co-founder and CEO of Convoy, an innovative company specializing in open source Webhooks gateway solutions akin to Kong but focused on Webhooks, with features like rate limiting and circuit breaking. He delves int…
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IEEE Spectrum's semiconductor expert, Samuel K. Moore, talks with Stephen Cass about his visit to one of the key conferences in emerging integrated circuit technology, ISSCC. We talk about Meta's new 3D chip-stacking tech for faster AR, faster AI through in-memory computation, and security technology that can cause a chip to self-destruct if anyone…
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Chloe Picot-Jacobs, LCSW-S is the Clinical Director at Happypillar. A therapist and clinical program leader, Chloe has over a decade of experience working with kids, families, and schools. She earned her BA from Northwestern University and her MSSW from the University of Texas at Austin. She loves mallomars, attachment theory, and making mental hea…
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Guest Ciarán O’Riordan Panelist Richard Littauer | Leslie Hawthorne Show Notes In this episode, host Richard Littauer and co-host Leslie Hawthorne engage with Ciarán O’Riordan, Senior Policy Advisor from Open Forum Europe (OFE), diving into the intricacies of the Cyber Resiliency Act (CRA) and its implications for the Free and Open Source Software …
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Kristi and Becca are close friends, passionate speech-language pathologists (SLPs), and the co-founders of Communication Community. Their business began as an AAC-focused blog and has evolved to include an all-encompassing online membership community for SLPs and related providers. Find them providing telepractice services, as well as managing and …
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Guest Mannie William Young Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode, host Richard invites guest Mannie Young from Ghana’s Python community to share his experiences in open source development. Mannie discusses his role as the Executive Director of the Python Software Community in Ghana and his involvement in organizing PyCon Africa. He p…
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Guy Massey talks about his training at Abbey Road, how this gave him the confidence and experience to become freelance and how he enjoys blending new technology with traditional recording spaces. Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 00:28 - Getting Into The Industry 03:51 - Learning At Abbey Road 05:12 - Studio Etiquette 06:58 - Being Sensitive To Artist …
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In this March roundup, IEEE Spectrum's editor-in-chief Harry Goldstein and senior editor Stephen Cass talk about some of the highlights of Spectrum's recent coverage, including a plea for programmers to stop producing bloated programs, a new transistor that could help make how we handle electrical power smarter, and the potential return of optical …
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Kellie Paul is a dedicated speech language pathologist with a fervent commitment to high quality teletherapy services. With twenty four years of experience as an SLP, including 12 years in teletherapy, Kellie has honed her skills, effectively reaching and guiding clinicians and clients. Her proficiency in fostering successful, ethical, data driven …
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Guest Nathan Schneider Panelist Richard Littauer | Leslie Hawthorne Show Notes In this episode of Sustain, host Richard is joined by Leslie Hawthorne, and features a discussion with guest Nathan Schneider, an assistant professor of media studies and the director of the Media Economics Design Lab at the University of Colorado Boulder, about his new …
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Lynne Inabnitt, M.A. CCC-SLP, is the Senior Vice President of Clinical Success at Presence, a leading provider of remote evaluations and teletherapy for children with diverse needs in pre-K-12 schools. In this role she oversees a team that supports relationships between Presence clinicians and school district partners by embedding clinically-sound …
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Guest Malvika Sharan Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode, host Richard has a conversation with guest Malvika Sharan, a senior research associate and open source community manager at The Turing Way. Malvika gives fascinating insights into the journey and rationale behind The Turing Way, which is a data science guide and community co…
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The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) recently released the open-source ARES_OS, a key software component of their Autonomous Research System. ARES_OS allows relatively simple robots to perform experiments, and develop new experiments based on the results. The AFRL's Benji Maruyama talks with IEEE Spectrum associate editor Dina Genkina about how…
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AC Goldberg (he/him) is a physically disabled intersex/transgender DEIB consultant, Professor and Speech/Language Pathologist whose mission is to cultivate affirming spaces for people of all neurotypes, races, genders, ages, religions, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds and abilities. He started his career in hospitals, where he faced significant em…
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Guest Angie Byron Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! Richard is in Portland at FOSSY, the Free and Open Source Software Yearly conference that is held by the Software Freedom Conservancy. In this episode, we’re joined by Angie Byron, the Director of Community at Aiven, a leading open source data platform. Angie bring…
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