28 Burst results for "Jemma"
"jemma" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT
"And you know partly we might wanna measure performance like how active is somebody in everyday life. Under normal circumstances. You know performance. What are they actually. Do what they actually. In everyday life participation could be more like what life roles. What life activities are they engaged in. You know work play travel. You know whatever whatever they are right on so we you know this this slice based tool. Where does that fit you. Know what's that actually measuring in you know. He might leaning more towards performance. You know sort of what you know where you know. How away from home are they actually going. It doesn't tell you actually what they're doing right. Did you think about all about Looking at that this life space assessment in relation to quality of life. Yeah Is actually working on an analysis now looking at that relationship between Life space step activity monitor data and pd the pd thirty nine. Yeah also particularly the mobility domain right. What what are you. How far along are you there. Jemma without analysis were moving through it. So i've nothing to report yet. Is that what you're saying it is. It is very interesting. I will say You know a lot of it does show some clear delineations when you're thinking about capacity and performance in it's interesting how quality of life fits in with that i will say so. It's i think the quality of life you know again it's like this is a tricky subject. The vedic Thirty nine what you if you look at the mobility domain. What are you actually measuring you know. Can you carry shopping bags right. can you But part of it is. I don't know can you walk. Is it a half a mile or mile or something like that you know so so even those two things right. Can you walk a certain distance less probably more performance and then can you carry shopping bags while maybe that's participation You know but quality of life. How how does that sit near the quality of life the whole.
"jemma" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast
"And you know partly we might wanna measure performance like how active is somebody in everyday life. Under normal circumstances. You know performance. What are they actually. Do what they actually. In everyday life participation could be more like what life roles. What life activities are they engaged in. You know work play travel. You know whatever whatever they are right on so we you know this. This slice based tool you know where. Where does that fit you know. What's that actually measuring in. You know he might leaning more towards performance. Sort of what you know where you know. How away from home are they actually going. It doesn't tell you actually what they're doing right. Did you think about all about Looking at that this life space assessment in relation to quality of life. Yeah Is actually working on an analysis now looking at that relationship between Life space step activity monitor data and pd the pd thirty nine. Yeah also particularly the mobility domain right. What are you. how far along are you there. Jemma without analysis were moving through it. So i've nothing to report yet. Is that what you're saying at is it is very interesting. I will say You know a lot of it does show some clear delineations when you're thinking about capacity and performance in it's interesting how quality of life fits in with that i will say so. It's i think the quality of life you know again it's like this is a tricky subject. You know the Thirty nine what do you if you look at the mobility domain. What are you actually measuring you know. Can you carry shopping bags right. can you But part of it is. I don't know can you walk. Is it a half a mile or mile or something like that you know so so even those two things right. Can you walk a certain distance less probably more performance and then can you carry shopping bags while maybe that's participation You know but quality of life. How does that sit near the quality of life. The.
"jemma" Discussed on The Mom Room
"Like i am. You know i've had to put in a lot of work to developing better boundaries for myself. Because i was the person that they ended. The day would still be thinking about the people that i was working with and concern for them. And you know you have to really understand. It's their process right. It's their journey their process. And just developing those boundaries. For yourself i recognize. I give quite a bit of my energy in my coaching sessions. And so i have to really pay attention to my own energy levels throughout the day to recognize when i need to take very conscious break and not a break where i'm just distracting myself with something right a break to restore my energy so i discovered jemma on talk which is where i discover a lot of my guests. Actually so i was curious. You said you've been doing this for over ten years so when did take talk become a thing in your life and how did you start making videos. Because they're so good. I'll thank you so yeah it's changed for me to even recognize that strange as it is for coaching clients to coming to me. They'll say kinda sheepishly. I can't believe i'm saying this. But i've found you on takeoff on like that's where everyone finding me. That's you know part away found myself. So i've never been acted either professionally or personally on social media. It just never felt like a good use of my time and never followed engaging in the way that i wanted it to be and so then through the pandemic actually in quarantine my daughter Teenagers my teenage daughter was watching a lot of talk and i initially was teasing her about you know how many people how many times can you watch that same dance with different people doing it. And then he said to me you're being so critical moms..
"jemma" Discussed on The Mom Room
"To the mom room. Podcast my name is renee arena. And i am definitely the mom friend you have always wanted. It is tuesday. That means i am joined by a guest and we're going to have an amazing conversation. This episode is all about romantic relationships. I found jama on Talk which is where. Honestly i find most of my guests on talk. I saw one of her videos and she was talking about. How eighty percent of women initiate divorces today and she went into why that is and it was so interesting so i started watching all her videos and i was like god. I have to get her on the podcast so i reached out to her and luckily she agreed to come on. This is such a good conversation. You need to have your partner. Listen in on it. Because it's so important and i'm sure many people in their relationships will be able to relate to what jemma is saying in this episode. Some of the things we chat about are the idea of shared suffering. So how we have a lack of meaningful connection to self and to others. So why is this happening. How can we reverse it. We talk about emotional intimacy with ourselves and also we get into attachment styles. Because i know you guys are interested in attachment so she goes over the different styles and what those characteristics look like in a romantic relationship. She talks about her own experience with recently. Getting a divorce. And i share some things that i've noticed in my relationship one of those being. How even like in my family and my relationship. I just noticed how the women are more connected to family members and friends than the men are. I don't know if you guys can relate to that but like i am super close with a few friends. We talk all the time. I talk all the time to my mom whereas my husband is more like reserved and doesn't really. I don't know like he's still has good relationships with people but it's different. He's not like constantly connecting with people and maintaining that closeness. I guess so we get into that and why that is and kind of how to reverse that so it is information overload. I know you guys are gonna find value in this conversation. So i hope you enjoy jemma. Rain is a certified life coach. She has been working with clients for over a decade and obviously she recently started a talk account which has been exploding because the information she provides is so valuable. I am excited for you guys to listen to this conversation so without further ado please welcome jemma rain to the mom room podcast. Today i am talking with gemma rain.
Joe Rogan Rips Intro CNN and Jim Acosta Over Controversial Drug Ivermectin
"Follow the science and less. It's not science that foul. She agrees with right. Joe rogan learned this the hard way. This is so funny. So the joe. Rogan is a very popular podcast. He makes a billion dollars a year. From what does he on spotify and he makes a fortune. He's got like howard stern kind of money. Very popular young guy. What was he was like was like a ufc guy. He's been an actor. You have see announcer and any kind of emerged as a really really really successful podcast with a lot of young people. Listen to got cove it and didn't want to get the vaccine hasn't been vaccinated. And he announced he posted a video. Saying yeah i got. I take taken everything. They've thrown the kitchen everything in the kitchen. Sink z. pack ivermectin. All ivermectin takes ivermectin among other things a couple of days later. He's better. he's cured he's recovered. I guess is a better word to say so. Cnn is reporting. He's taken horse de wormers and they know the difference there. Ivermectin is prescribed for human. Consumption is not a horse wermer. So here's joe rogan. This is actually kind of cute. He seems shocked that. Cnn's jim acosta would actually lie. Do i have to sue cnn. Do they're making up. They keep saying. I'm taking horse dewormed. I literally got it from a doctor. It's an american company it's They won the nobel prize in two thousand fifteen for use in human beings. Yeah and cnn is saying. I'm taking horsey worm. Yeah so they must know that they'll that's alive. There's a lot of people saying right but a lot of people can say okay like the internet says it who cares fear but cnn is saying it. Jim across i like. Isn't it cute. He's like oh it's endearing jemma costa's actually cost lies. Yes joe rogan. They lie at
"jemma" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast
"I find really helpful. I think those are the two big ruby specific ones. We take cop pretty seriously. That's access i mean. We have like the rules and every time they update we evaluate whether or not the rule is something that we want to bring in and how breaking. It's going to be for our code base. I'd be in a lot of trouble if i didn't run across robocop across my deaths before i committed them. Just because the way that our get hub actions are set up. The poor quest is not merge -able if you're failing robocop and so i think that's really smart. The of a robocop plugging going yeah fischer says a minor one but i have a vim styled. So that the eighty character column is just a bright red for me. I kind of know. And i'm getting in most of the code i right. Eighty characters is passed. Eighty characters is when you switch to a new line. So i can like see visually when i'm getting there. I find that really helpful. But it's pretty minor offline. You're going to have to show me how you did that. Because i need that for my commit messages because i'm not supposed to go. I think past eighty characters. When i'm doing commit messages in them which i do use them for my commitment. Some curious how you've set that up. So i'm definitely gonna be paying you in the rv slackers tips. I'm happy to show you so on the flipside jemma. Is there any tools that you wish that you could change. Is there anything that you feel is cumbersome or you wish you could automate at this point. This is a really interesting question. Because i feel like in all of the cases where i can think that's true. It's likely i just haven't done the work to learn the tool well enough yet or at least that's how i view it i don't know i think usage for pretty much any tool can plateau at a certain point like even thinking about my typing speed like. I don't make that many mistakes when i type so i can probably be trying to type faster right now. My typing speed has likely been the same for the past decade. And i'm not pushing myself there and it's just 'cause i yeah it's plateaued at a certain point so i think there are a lot of tools for which i can think of my usage as having plateaued or i haven't invested the time a hardware one. I guess i wish. Laptops were better in arbitrary outdoor spaces. I wish i could just go to the park and have unlimited battery in the screen not be dimmed by the sun in that kind of thing i would say but that's not a tool specific thing. How about you..
American Could Only Have Controlled Afghanistan if We Installed a Dictator
"If you wanted to retain control of afghanistan. Eric it's like retaining control of rikers island. You'd need a thought. We would have had to appoint a military dictator there who would have enforced rule harshly the way the president of egypt had to do when he overthrew the muslim brotherhood. We would have had to put an a dictator who was willing to crack. Heads shoot people and it would have embarrassed america and certainly not something by would have done. There is no humane way to rule a place like afghanistan. You will either have an islamist dictatorship like taliban or you will have a secular dictatorship along the lines of qaddafi or saddam hussein or assad in syria so thick that the option of a multi cultural pro transgender jemma critic feminist regime in the middle east is not on the table. It never what okay. What about british style colonialism. Another words they were not Pro transgender they were not flying rainbow flags over the embassies. Wh- because there's a fourth option right. You just mentioned we can have a strong man a pinochet Some pig right. But how's that but we can't pull that off now. We can't even control. Our southern border. America is not strong enough to control a country like afghanistan. We can't enforce order in the streets of baltimore maryland. It'd be like britain trying to have an empire right
Music Producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis Reveal Their Secret to Success
"Super duo. Jimmy jimmy terry. Lewis are without question. Two of the most successful influential producers in the history of pop music having been behind countless iconic hits for mariah carey. Janet jackson boys to men and many others and while they're incredible. Musical talent is obviously one of the primary reasons for their success. Jimmy says it's some of the other less obvious skills that marks the difference between a good producer integrate producer he tells billboard it's communicating to figure out how an artist to work day or night. They like entourage around them or to be by themselves. Can they sing for long stretches or a short time need to recognize what makes them comfortable. The most intimate relationship you can have is with an artist. They're telling you their secrets trusting you to help interpret their song. Jimmy jemma terry lewis's debut up jam and lewis volume one out now.
A Deep Dive Into Dried Tattoo Specimens
"You'll really struck by the humanness of these objects you know they're not really straightforwardly. Objects they a pieces of people in two thousand nine jemma angel then. A graduate student heard about a very unique opportunity. The chance to study a set of three hundred dried tattoo specimens basically preserved pieces of human skin with tattoos on them so creepy but gemma was fascinated. It's a morbid fascination there's something repellent about it also draws two at the same the skins are part of the wellcome collection assembled at a time when criminologists were interested in exploring a connection between tattoos and criminal behaviour jemma applied for the position and when she went in for an interview. A few of the tattoos were in clear. Boxes at the front of the room just went straight over to the and started examining them. I'm so drawn to. The tattoos had supposedly been gathered between eighteen. Thirty and eighteen twenty nine in france allegedly from criminals and sailors. But no one knew exactly who the tattoos came from or who collected them or how jebel wanted to get as many answers as she could. It's like being a historical detective of the three hundred specimens which vary in size subject and technique. One in particular stood out to her. It's an especially well preserved piece of skin from a man's chest. It has a large figure of a girl on it. She has long dark hair and she's staring back towards the viewer it's professionally applied and the girl's face though a little distorted is enigmatic. Even a little forlorn her face resting on her hands. Over the last century criminologists have paid special attention to this tattooed to theorising about. Its meaning and writing about it into the late. Nineteen sixties girl is described as being his true love because she's positioned on his chest of his halts. The criminologists there is reading the body like taxed but i was so that that interpretation was not quite right so it's been kind my mission against to reconstruct his
"jemma" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast
"That they were in the service industry before they learn how to code. But i actually find it to be really appealing aspect of them. I completely can see how that skill set would be really really helpful. I've actually thought about. I haven't crept it for anything yet. But i've thought about giving a talk along. The lines of lessons. Learned from backpacking applied to software development. I love when they're those talks. That have crossover in subject matter. Like the highlight those too because then you can give that talk to friends and they understand that part of it but maybe not the technical part of it but they can confirm whether or not it's interesting so i'd like that too were a talk isn't fully fully technical but is relevant audiences outside of she you might normally be giving up to and then also if one of your colleagues who has prior experience in the service industry were to give talk like that they could also share it with people they knew who are also in the service industry think that can be really powerful as well. That reminds me and last topic. That i wanted to cover with you is i wanted to find out how you end up coming up with the ideas for your talks because i'm curious if you approach it where you do this really cool project this might turn into a talk or you're going at it from the opposite standpoint like this would be a cold talk. Can i find a project. That goes with it usually. It's just something i find interesting. And then i ended up spending a lot of time on it and then once i've done that it's like oh this is pretty interesting. I wonder if other people would be also interested in it. Or if there's a way can teach it effectively or something like that is the usual pattern. It's taken so far. But i don't know if there's like a an exact recipe for me yet. I'm in the middle of writing. Cfp about rectors. and those. i really just wanted to learn more about their new to ruby. Obviously newish and i didn't know about them until it was like okay. I'm just gonna make a small project to play around with them a little and then that has turned into a cfp. So i think usually that kind of flow. It's whatever experienced. Had curious though like because every time i talk to you always have so many great ideas for talks but what i can't see jemma is have you looked into stuff and spend some time with it and been like now. This is not for me or do you have a really good skill at picking projects dig into that actually are something that would ultimately be. I definitely had things. I've started looking into and then abandoned but i think i abandon them pretty early. If that makes sense there definitely areas. That i'm less interested in or just. Don't have the skill set to really dig into like anything in the front end. That i'll sometimes like dabble in and be like. Oh no this is not an area where i have a particularly strong skill or or background or have the background knowledge. Even to understand what i'm learning. Yeah so it makes a lot of sad will dabble like that too. Are there certain places that you start with dabbling. Do you tend to spin up like an application or he tended to like certain exercises or just research it. It depends on new. Something is that i wanna look into. But i'll usually some combination of spinning up a an irbe console or something like that and just writing different code and seeing what happens to like reading docks or reading if their release notes or if obviously a big fan of blogging if their blog posts definitely read through those but really the way i learned best is experimentally like just getting back a lot of error messages until i can configure out. What's going on that makes sense. It's awesome to get that kind of insight from you and with that. I think we should wrap up a reminder to everyone the wnba dot rb fireside chats about technical speaking are happening on july twenty seventh at noon. eastern. We'll definitely link that
"jemma" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast
"To the ruby on rails podcast episode three seventy six and co hosts for martin. And i'm your co host. Jemma is rough. You heard that right. I mentioned in our debut episode. The rubio rows podcast will bring it on more co host so that we can get regular updates from a variety of people in the community including jemma so gemma. We'll start with a very easy question. How are you. I am doing really well. I'm in seattle at the moment. Which means a lot of hiking and running and walking all the things i love to do. How are you. i'm really well. I'm actually headed out to denver next week. I have not been on a plane since the pandemic and i'm super psyched. Because i'm actually going to get to meet my teammates and i've been at texas for almost a year and so it's it's just gonna be crazy to meet everybody in person. Know how are you feeling about flying after all this time. I'm a little bit apprehensive. I'm so glad that a couple of years ago. I did all the busy work in order to get. Tsa pre check so at least that part will be a bit smoother. And i realized. I probably have to wear a mask on the plane which is totally fine with me. But i'm just nervous. You know because. I've been working remotely from home. I've always had all my things jemma like all before and now i'm leaving my things like. Am i going to have everything that i need. More second go the sore replace. Whatever so it's a little bit weird in that sense. But i'm so excited just to your point i'm so excited to just be outside in a really fabulous location. You know. yeah that'll be fun and does texas have office space that you'll be able to go to. Yeah so we actually have a space and boulder that. I think we're eventually going to give up and move down to denver. Were doing mostly things out of a hotel..
"jemma" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast
"Should they join the slack. Group i or they. Should they come to a meet up. Do you have any recommendations around that. I think either way are slack. Group has plenty of people who haven't come to a meet up either because that's not what they're interested in or that time doesn't work for them and so you wouldn't be alone in that respect and if you want to join our slack group then you should either come to a meet up and we will send the link out there or you can reach out to any of us on twitter or the wnba dot rb twitter itself and then we will give you the link fantastic. Well then one by one. Let's check in with each of you about how listeners can follow you individually jemma. Yeah i'm on twitter at jemma israel of double letters in there. But i'm assuming it'll be linked from somewhere you can also read a blog quite a bit at jemma dot dev. Jama dot dev foot also. Just wanted to say. I mean definitely feel free to follow. We're also really interested in having conversations and dialogue in any feedback so engaging in conversation is equally welcome fantastic. How about you. Emily similar to gemma. I'm on twitter at emily. Leo also hard last name to spell so please check the show notes. And i'm also at emily giulio dot dev and lastly sylvia. It's all said cope name spell the first name spelled w. so it's silvia vargas. Check their notes. That would say wonderful. We'll thank you all so much for taking the time to come onto the show today. I think what you're building again is incredibly important. And i'm looking forward to speaking the several you tonight during the cfp working group. Thank you all. Thank you so much for having us brittany. And you're welcome back anytime and i will see you at the next meet up as well. You've been listening to the ruby on rails. Podcast follow us on apple podcast. Google play or wherever fine. Podcasts are downloaded to stay in the loop on ruby on rails and open source software. While you're at it please leave us a review and thank you for listening..
WNB.Rb: Creating a Community With Jemma Issroff, Emily Giurleo and Sylwia Vargas
"So i interview jemma on episode three sixty two so we've heard some of the origins of wnba dot rb. But recap. how did the organization come together. So like i mentioned a little last time i had been looking to get to know the ruby community quite a bit more and so i was going to all these meet ups. They were virtual during the pandemic most of them so it kind of be berlin. One day in portland one day at different meet ups meeting different people and i was seeing almost all men at these meet ups in wondering why that was the case and so started doing outreach on twitter and trying to see what was happening at at the same time was watching a lot of talks about rubiun at prior ruby conferences and watched one that emily gave from ruby rubicon in twenty twenty and just message on twitter. Saying hey i love you talk nothing else. I was going for no real annual. Thanks for giving the talk. She me back and we just started talking about the meet up from there. Emily you wanna take it away. What happened next. Yeah sure so as gemma said she deemed me on twitter and was just like. Hey i love your talk and i was like oh my god. Thank you so much you know totally makes my day when people send me compliments out of the blue and then she mentioned that she was hoping to start this meet up and wondered if i might be one of the first speakers and it turns out that i actually had tried to start a similar meet up specifically for women and non binary people in tech but before the pandemic i think we couldn't imagine it being virtual and so to have this idea of a collective of women from all over the world specifically working on ruby was like so awesome to me and so we got on a call and just hashed it out and in a month we put together the first wnba dot rb meet up in march
"jemma" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"When you said i. I woke up lonely. And i didn't even know how he could out of the house. I think for listeners. Sometimes on the roots of leadership. I do the listeners. Disservice because we talk about wonderful things didn't success and achievement. But we don't talk enough about where you are what you just said. Which is that we we wake up some just wondering how we're going to put it in front of the other based on something. We've had happened that time that you spent like that and it taught you though something didn't about the you are struggling with this because it makes you stronger to be alone. I mean. I don't think i'm saying it right but helped me with this. Did it did thronging. I'm yeah. I'm not really the kind of person when i'm down or i'm not really the kind of person that turns to the people i need to do with it myself am i because i'm such a positive person and i like to be happy in front of the people i don't want to see friends and family say me down so i will kind of take myself out the equation. They find out that. I'm you know i'm going through and the were morning sierra club and i know it would it would feel really really lonely and You know to get over that. I did things like i started walking. Well i had to walk because it is anyway. I could get the shop because it can drive. You know hot dog. So then i stopped. Walk in and with wilkin you. You know you see things that made me pick my camera up you know take photos and And and that's why going back to What you just mentioned about volunteer work during covid marsh ran a scheme on linked to what was an elderly person in a in a kehoe and i on three occasions. I talk to on zoomed. Three elderly people lovely lovely people And i had connections with the mayor. It was kind of with the one lady was born in zimbabwe where i've been You know any that. Last year. When i had some really great connections with with these people but i wanted to do because i know how lonely it feels to be on your own and i've been through that and i knew these elderly people around on rheinland. I you know i was you know. Hopefully i was just gonna give them somebody to talk to you for an hour or two and you know maybe cheer them up a smile on their face..
"jemma" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"Places of the world you've seen and you mentioned about meeting great people do people go because you are traveling alone. Would people respond to you. What is it that you think is a common thread with people. 'cause you've met them from all over. The world lived in different conditions which strangers. What's the common thread. You and humanity that that gives you such encouragement and optimism in the human race. I think me the massive. The massive thing from is kindness kindness. Never underestimate kindness. How kind you can be to what small things might help with. Is what how you feel when somebody's being kind to you. If i may be i was on a trip on my own. Somebody came and sat next to me on the coach. Hi you know how. How ye today. Maybe they saw that. I was feeling a bit down or relearn or lonely. And they've come and stop by may and the the might enough to try and do something maybe to cheer me up. If i need cheering up but kindness. You know when you passed beggar on the street just giving the you. You don't have to give them. Money gives them. Chris give him a sandwich you noticed. Give them some. Think one of my very old buddies friends from thailand. I met when jewish buddhist okay so on my first trip to thailand tie gentleman who was a food and beverage manager at the hotel was saying that and he He really looked after us. And i learned a lot from him. And he was based as our you know ninety percents of piddling thailand and i learned the buddies way of life about you know how good you are and this law if might determine what you come back us in the next and some people might just think that's a load of rubbish but i firmly believe in. How can you spread your kindness is infectious even if you just walk past somebody in the street to smiling at.
"jemma" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"We don't have public transport in the village so anything was You know kind of like it was kind of like banning covid. You know i. I couldn't get out to rely on people after a month. I felt like i was getting a little bit better I asked a friend of mine from local bike club to come out with me and unfortunately a van didn't stop at a junction and hit me. And i you know. I bounced onto the grass verge and Then under his wheel for at least two meters until the van stopped. Yeah so that was. That was interesting into. Yeah i think is how i would describe would be under a truck under lorry for ten meters As as interesting. But i guess what with your bite said. That was an interesting day. So you know. You have sorry not comp- if i compared the two incidents that the carotid artery dissection was far more scared because i didn't know why it happened didn't know whether it's going to happen again. It was causing me. So how panic attacks at home. Because i just didn't know. If i went dizzy well let them site was going to go again when i have the call when i had the accident and the truck hit me. I actually saw that coming. I saw what was going on on your eventually. The trump was gonna stop and go. And i still back on tv. And you know that was comparing the two that the car accident was one of the two. So you're able to stand up the yeah. Yeah i fractured something in my arm and the result of that was back in hospital so been taken back to the same hospital twice in the same month and then contri- for another three months so four months until it will drive in no driving just to rely on people around me to help me really But yeah i mean people say oh. You're really unlucky. But i think actually. I was really lucky because i of the two of those episodes festival the consultant after my Karasu dodger dissection said how remarkable it was. It might a one hundred percent recovery and secondly the car accident. That could have gone about ryan. He didn't so when you think about a short a short period of time you almost lose your sight you have a carotid artery of you know what would terms of almost the same symptoms as a mini stroke. You could hit by truck. Then you recovering go back. What would you say to the listeners. Debate jemma what would you say about like..
"jemma" Discussed on PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016
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Tribal plaintiffs claim victory in U.S. Census lawsuit
"This is national. Native News Antonio Gonzalez leaders of the Hilo, River Indian community and the Navajo Nation say they scored a victory in litigation to make sure there's a complete and accurate US census count the tribes another plaintiffs requested census operations continue through October thirty first instead of the end of September last week Federal Court ordered the twenty twenty cents count to continue until the end of October governor. Steven. Rayle Lewis in a video message to his community decisions to complete the census in September due to an appeal that could give us some more time for us to keep working together count up. But the United States has already appealed that ruling and it may end up going to the supreme. Court. So data extension is far from certain and counting could come to an end as soon as thirtieth. So we have to go by what we know. That we have until September thirtieth for anyone who has not completed the census to fill out there for the census was initially planned through. October thirty first. But in August the trump administration shorten the time setting a new deadline in September Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez in a statement praise the ruling and said, the pandemic has been a setback creating many challenges to get people counted especially in rural areas. As of Thursday the Navajo nation's response rate for the twenty twenty cents. This was only twenty point five, percent thirty percent of he'll river Indian community members have not completed the census this summer the Census Bureau reported the National Response Rate was more than sixty percent. Last week the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia determined. Alaskan. Native corporations are not tribal governments under the cares act and not eligible for funds. The ruling is a win for tribes sued over Alaskan native corporations getting a share of the eight billion dollars in cares act funds for tribes tribes, which filed the litigation and include some Alaska tribes. Claim only tribal governments should be allocated cares act dollars. The court held that an sees are not federally recognized tribes and include some of the largest and most profitable corporations. Alaska an appeal is likely. The AMC's have the support of Alaska's congressional delegation about five hundred, million dollars in cares act funding remains for tribal governments, how it will be dispersed if tribal plaintiffs. In to be determined. Hopi Tribal Chairman Timothy New von Jemma is asking you senators to reauthorize the Special Diabetes Program for. Indians. He testified virtually last week before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs the Hopi tribe in Arizona has utilized the program for more than twenty years to provide diabetes prevention through education fitness and finding ways to address food insecurity. The community health approach also incorporates Hopi Culture. The pandemic has impacted in person services which are now virtual. We're currently offering the wide array of online fitness classes for Monday through Friday including native fitness which incorporates traditional Hopi Song and dance. In addition ages DP is hosting the fitness books challenge were participants earned fitness bucks by completing a virtual fitness class. Classes. That are held in hope you wellness centers facebook page they just DP also modified to programs that celebrate the hoagies long standing tradition of running. The Twenty Eighth Annual Hundred Mile Club. Event just wrapped up and despite it being virtual, there were nearly eight hundred participate participants, ages five and up legislation introduced. The summer seeks to reauthorize the special diabetes, program for Indians for an additional five years and increased funding to two hundred million dollars per year I mean Antonio Gonzalez.
"jemma" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Offer free. We projected up on the board and then we can say to our students do you. Predictable give them some thinking time and then say three to one. Show me around says, now they could show answers with fingers one freight to be three, four, fifty they could have as gem. Sad. They could have written ABCD in the back of that books hold up they have cards that we don't hang out or more specifically behind that once in the students keep hold of their own college props in the Pencil cases or in pockets in the back of the book or something like. That, but they display that they display their answers and then what I do is the same process. Every time I say students thank you very much. I'll say, Anna, you think the tons eight tell me why Tom you think it's be tell me why sally thought it was see tell me why we we stopped a very polite respectful discussion about each answer and then I, make it crystal clear. What the correct answer is that's really really important. It's very important to me then to step in. And hopefully remove any ambiguities or any confusion. But then, and this is the bit that I found particularly powerful. There's opportunities to dig deeper. And so what we can say if we've got, let's say, for example, that particular question is revealed that half the kids in the class of Ghassem misconceptions I need to help those students our need to do some small group intervention I need to say, okay if you're struggling with, can you need to watch me on the board but what the other students do? Well, this is where it's super easy and super powerful I. Think because I can say to students. Okay. So we've identified that the correct answer C. A. Whilst I'm helping out the rest of the students what to do is I would like to write how would you help us juvenile two things to? Say, how would you help them out? If they think the correct answers be what I want you to do I don't just explain how to do the question but could you convince them why that choice events must be wrong. So not just once the right Tulsa right. But why the wrong answers wrong now, that requires some real depth of thought and I can just give that house challenge to my students the rest of my class whilst I'm helping out the other students and after work or anything like that. I could also say to the students who who seemed to know what's going on i. can you write me some new questions that make each of the wrong answers correct. I love that one again nothing needs handing out or anything like that. It's no actual workload for me and it gives the student something super useful to think about whilst I help our students and finally the ultimate challenge. Of course, can you create your own diagnostic question on this subject? I want you to do I want you to write the question to get a writer. So then a way to think of three plausible wrong answers and explain to me why you've chosen those wrong ounces. Now, that will keep any shoot 'em busy in a super useful wife thinking hard. So perhaps, if you've never used diagnostic questions before I'm all properties them a while ago and not revisited them perhaps now could be the time when this new situation we find ourselves in to really get back into them and it's all completely free and everything. There's loads of questions on that and I've been over summer I've been writing a whole new batch of questions that I'm loosely calling the ultimate scheme of work, which will also be available on the site within the next couple of weeks. So you should have questions for all your needs. Anyway, that's it from me. All that remains me to do is to thank podcast themes come with the lovely jazzy music heard throughout the show obviously. To thank Jemma show would forgiving up her time and shown her experience again I thought it was a wonderful conversation I learnt low trump and a big. Thank you to you. My lovely loyal listeners for keeping on tuning in your thousands and giving me the motivation to keep doing these things. If you wanted to support the show, easiest thing you could do is to write to review wherever you get your podcast from that really helps I'm. Bump. The show in terms of the visibility of the show and next thing you can do you could recommend an episode to a colleague perhaps even a no months colleague. If you think there's one they would enjoy checking out and if you really wanted to, you can support the show via patriotic Patriot dot com ford slash Mr Bottom mafs that's why you can. AM. Tuesday. Give one off donation monthly donation if you choose to do so but the final thing I wanted to say is just be safe I'm I know many of you I think it'd be the vast majority of you will be really looking forward to returning to school getting back to doing what what you love doing, which is teaching students, what you signed. Up to do I know it's been hard for for so many people and weird during the during this lockdown I suspect the vast majority of students even there might not admit it will also be looking forward to getting back to some semblance of normality, but there's nothing wrong being nervous students will be nervous. Your colleagues will be nervous. You'll be nervous. So stay. Safe, but enjoy it I think it's going to be the the good antidote. Their everybody's been looking forward to in everybody's needing getting back to teaching face to face and sharing your passion via subject with your students and changing some lives. So enjoy September be say threats thrive on the challenges and I'll.
"jemma" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Have made a few changes to how generally is seven works but those will be the case for every seven from now owned until we might ask tweak things again We we doing things like that were increasingly. Earlier. Which people you've heard me talk about will get really because I always say I always used to say to concentrate on number for the whole of yourself and a to purchase. At the end but I've done. Wrong in multiple on. algebraic thinking of cooled it out and he's not even explicitly Algebra is based on something that it was a research had a few years ago. Don't see it was that. Signed on students session and he said I've never met him before and he said this is the point where I'm going to disagree with Gemma show and it was just Just after Britain I blow place. where I'd gone about. Doing Algebra stuff. And he was talking an any session booking Bob guy dare of bringing algebraic thinking rather than explicit Algebra an kind of. Native on over the subsequent year as am I actually really liked the idea of getting students to think about. Equality and A. But without formalizing Algebra. We're going to be paying some events just for a short time earlier Ronin year seven. Just. Your singer to internal problems and that kind of stuff and sorry gone. Yes. just to clarify you don't follow any kind of like a white rose or a mathematics muster. This is your own. Yes. I'm Schema with this kind of evolved over the years. Is that right? Yeah. This the funniest name of wag the I'm I I introduced and how would it be now for about twenty fifteen think something like that. Yeah thinks and eggs evolved over time with input from my department. So we sit in meetings periodically inaugurals working what we need more time on what do we need to change? What do you like what don't you like kind adapted involved as as as as we've gone along But yeah. This this an done a done a few will things generally across the agreed swear I've building more time to. Revisit. Certain topics, not kind of thing, which is partly in response to what happened amendments because we tried to. But also because it was becoming more power that we needed to generally Jemma to thing right. These kids have missed the last four, five months of of ESX. Whatever it may be three four months via sex. So let's thaw year seven by teaching them those year six topics, which was that temptation What kind of brought about this decision sign? No actually, Algebra thinking feels like the right place to stop. Sorry. We're not starting with algebraic thinking that's coming about halfway through the year, but he took earlier than it would have been. The algebra until the very end of via seven. Ask Mice game of what the answer to the question is. No, it wasn't a temptation to do that but partly because the way it's structured in yeah seven is very we do revisit things from primary school. So office gene is on place value. And there are some students for who come to us, still very weak in being able to write small and large numbers and those kinds of things in their assumptions account to us he a very good on place value, but we can stretch the on place on because we can do all sorts of different types of work with them. We we can make that knowledge or their understanding of the place on you in the decimal system better. So we so we have that day going on and then a bit later on in the year we have fractions and I want my son is implemented before just mischievous follies of and he can now add subtract.
"jemma" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Kind of tension started fray a big. then. became not. Pleasant mental anymore. But there were no things like the fact that you were allowed your. Exercise every day we discovered so many places around Bios for walking we never even make district toll and even now we've kept up as a family quite a lot and we just we just go out for walks which we never did before it can be very often anyway it was fine and there's lots of lovely things like that which I appreciate from him. Nice, we were saying just before we started recording you eve two children and neely. I it's an and tan how they founded Jemma with schools being closed. Well, they went back to school for the last halftime because while I was just saying Ta because my I I tried to get. Close even though they could've have. In there, but my workload was just too much and I couldn't spend them. Will they get them? Any attention? It's will rarely. So they went back in for that last hotter, but they really enjoyed being at home. An Day, I think I and I enjoyed working with them as well, and it helped me a lot from especially from a mass point of view because I really good insight into how younger children to learn and how they pick up the my. Always things that when it comes to you, and secondly that you just assume they know and you wanted. TO UNDERSTAND IN A. Pump from things that I knew in theory before but now I've seen them really closely inaction. So that's been very helpful. Me actually they themselves really enjoyed it and. We were. Friends last night and they said, so you want you're looking forward to going back to school in September I am because I want to see my friends. I, really enjoyed home schooling with mommy. That's nice. That's lovely. But let's Austin. Right Jim it well, we're recording this on the twenty first of August. So yesterday was Jesus Results Stein. Obviously the week before was a level results stay and I'm a human and you'll have never quite encountered anything like light these kinds of results as before. So our they fifty you your colleagues in your students. Stressful..
"jemma" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Now as we embark upon a new school year, the likes of which we have never experienced before to one, thousand, nine, hundred and the impact it has had I felt Jemma was the perfect guest on the show to try to answer the many questions that have been flying around twitter. So in a wide ranging conversation, we chatted about the following things and plenty more besides how jemma feeling about going back to school. What will her first message to a department be and also to her students how Jemma adapting her schemes of work for each year group? How will she cope with things like collecting books moving around classrooms and assessment for learning? What advice to she half the heads of department in. General. And then we do something we were able to do less than John. Lewis. On the show talk about her excellent book and Jim ends by reflecting on something wishy knew when she first started teaching that she knows now. I absolutely loved this conversation despite a wealth of experience Jeremy speaks with a tremendous modesty making it clear that none of what she said his mentors on all guarantee to work. But hearing how she and had seen a full through the challenges that lie ahead. With a wide variety of approaches will hopefully provide food for thought those listening in similar positions. One quick plug before we crack on cove nineteen also means that we may not experience in person COPD at least the way it has been for some time indeed Lhasa. Tamba I a booking at a school conference on fifteen days in that month this year I have a big fat. So if you're looking for some hopefully high quality, COPD at a very reasonable price, than I, have converted seven of my one day workshops into online versions complete with links to research resources on activities, they are focusing thinking atomization words, examples, intelligent practice problem, solving retrieval, and formative assessments..
Manage Awkward Situations Like a Pro: Quitting Your Job To Start A Business
"Com today. The question is from Gemma and Jemma rights. I recently told my boss that I'm leaving my job to start my own business and four months. There's been some disappointment and anger that I'm leaving. I'm finding this transition time Iki. I feel like a snake that has partway through shedding a skin on one hand. I'm deeply committed to doing an outstanding job in my last four months. Good job girl on the other. I'm deeply excited about my new business and growing and changing constantly with each little action. I take to get my business ready. My new self doesn't seem to match my old organization and I'm finding it quite tiring and at times frustrating. Do you have any advice for managing that transition and for saying patient and energized? When I feel like I've outgrown my job juicy one girl juicy juicy now first off before I answer your question Jim. I need to know this. Are you any relation to the gem? You Know Jam who truly outrageous Asia but seriously managing transitions can be really tough. Thankfully there's some steps you can take to. Have it feel less icky as you say and it can be a lot more enjoyable? The first thing I want you to do is put yourself in their shoes. It's really natural that they're disappointed about losing you because you're really valuable asset to the company remembering how essential and valuable. You are is a cool tool to help. You renew your enthusiasm for your time on the job while you're still there they love you. Jemma because you're truly truly truly outrageous. You really have to focus on that rather than their anger about you leaving after all. No one's upset when a slacker decides to quit if I were you I would focus my time and energy on setting this company up to win when you walk out the door. You WanNa make sure that your colleagues and your boss have everything they need to keep growing when you leave and here are four action steps to take to move it along. First thing you want to do is just have an honest with your boss and let him or her. No you understand how difficult transitions can be. And that you are fully committed to doing everything in your power to set the new employees up for great success hunt remember to create a comprehensive list of everything you do and everything you're responsible for and you want to review this with your boss. You WANNA make sure everybody is on the same page. The next make a process map or a little how to guide if you will of every single one of your tasks and your responsibilities you really want to set this next person up with everything. They need to know to succeed. Really do your best to think of every detail or question. The new is going to have side benefit. Making these process. Maps will really help you in your own
"jemma" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"I mean, I know people say, and that's the common wisdom in. It's often said by people especially outside the astronauts will community by still it's kind of like a luxury thing in and I wonder when people have less discretionary spending. If astrology isn't one of the things, that's like, you know, that you can you can get away with doing without in some instances. I don't know. Yeah. I was there. What was two thousand eight two thousand nine it was a couple of years later. I actually had a really like a bit of a boom period. And I remember saying to clients at the time talking about this counter cyclical kind of quality to astrology as an industry. So it will be interesting to observe and I think what Austin said there around like insulating protecting yourself like, you know, the biggest way to minimize your exposure with these types of configurations in capital and with satin so heavily involved is to reduce your debt, reduce your expenses to pull back before you need to pull back. So that you've got some breathing room. If worst case scenario does come to pass. Yeah. That's really great advice. I think this year end going into next year. Yeah. And talk about that for the rest of you. That's pretty much so much dominates the year. But it's so funny because we don't even fully get there. We don't get to the exact Saturn Pluto conjunction until early twenty twenty. Yes. Or early next year. But it's still like we don't really need threatening. We don't. Yeah. We don't need to. And that's what we're gonna learn. We're gonna get a really stark reminder that like an exact aspect does not need to exact in even once it gets within a few degrees. It's already active. We're gonna see especially in April. When we get that station of Saturn within three degrees of Pluto. That'll be a really good example and sort of test of that. Yeah. All right. Let's keep moving. So we've gone through April that brings us to may. What are the major highlights of may? I'm seeing already at the very beginning of the month like a Mars Jupiter opposition at twenty three Saj in twenty three Jemma ni-. The goes exact at the beginning of the month. What else are you guys seeing? Full the month of may. I'm just getting my notes. Sway? Yeah. Mice Jupiter off. Where's mas? Mas. Gemini, gemini. Opposes Jupiter at twenty three sage on the fifth of may it looks like Saturn's retrograde starts separating from Pluto, mercury goes into Torres around the sixth. I think MAs Jupiter is sort of what's happening in may not a lot happening this month. I think the the ingress of MAs into cancer is probably worth. No shing. 'cause that's amplifying. Some of what we've been talking about with the capital and emphasis putting MAs into the sign opposite, satin, employees, tow is just going to really highlight that that Kanza Capricorn access which is hugely affected by the clips this year. But yeah, I think that mid may MAs into Canada and mazal obviously being cancer right through to the end of June. So that's that end. Yeah. Mas opposite Jupiter. Actually now since Austin stepped away for a minute for break. This actually be a great time. I forgot to mentally future. Yes. Election chart so every month. I we feature a election chart where we find the most auspicious election chart. We can find Lisa shine is our primary election astrologer in her. And I do a podcast each month for patrons called the us bishops elections podcast where we try to find four or five of the best election charts..
NASA ScienceCast 288: Enjoying the Geminids From Above and Below
"Enjoying the gymnasts from above and below. Presented by science at NASA. On the night of December thirteenth into the morning of December fourteenth twenty eighteen tune into the night sky. For a dazzling display of fireballs. Thanks to the international space station the sky show. The gems meteor shower will be viewed from both above and below sky watchers on the earth will be sprawled flat on their backs scanning the skies for fleeting streaks of light or meteors from small particles or meteoroid 's burning up as they plunge into the atmosphere while most of those viewers won't be pondering what the Shooting Stars are made of astronomers and planetary scientists will be the meteor camera on the space station will provide clues. Media records HD video from inside the window observational research facility or Warf looking through the highest optical quality window ever installed on a human space vehicle. This camera helped scientists identify and monitor the activity of meteors from bullets extremely bright meteors that typically explode in the atmosphere. Too much fainter ones not visible to the naked eye. The camera is a quipped with a diffraction grating. An optical component that allows incoming light to be split into selected visible wavelengths of light that are signatures of various elements. Like iron sodium calcium and magnesium by measuring spectrum or chemical fingerprint from the media. The presence of these elements is revealed meteors science principal investigator to mocha awry of the cheetah institute of technology in Japan says our observations focus on annual meteor showers such as Jiminez and Percy's because they're meteoroid. Originated from known comets or asteroids, so called meteor showers parent bodies, the spectral information will tell us the chemical makeup of the meteorites and of their parent bodies. This can help us understand their origin and volition V instrument. Also helps improve estimates of how much material actually enters earth's atmosphere. Findings could help mission planners protect spacecraft and earth from potential collisions with meteoroid 's. So what parent body spawns the debris that results in the desert Ling Jemma needs many, researchers hypothesize that they are related to a rocky asteroid known as thirty two hundred faith on which passes closer to the sun than any other named asteroid faith on may be a rock comet a doormat comet that has accumulated a thick mental of interplanetary dust, grains, that can Slough off as the comet nears the sun faith on maybe an asteroid that was once a rich in ice organics light comets originally. Located in the main asteroid belt, which has become active as its orbit has evolved. Closer to the sun. Bill. Cook of Nasr's meteoroid environment office offers another possible explanation for the gem source. There is another object. Apollo asteroid two thousand five you d that seems to be dynamically related to faith on and has physical similarities, some researchers believe that two thousand five you d thirty two hundred faith on and the massive amounts of debris that caused the kids are all products of a larger object that has broken apart. Researchers continue to debate the cosmic drama underlying, the Democrats. Meanwhile, cook gives this advice best fewing is Friday morning around two AM your local times afternoon, set in the suburbs. You could see around forty to fifty meteors per hour under ideal conditions. You could see about one hundred meteors per hour. Darker is always better when viewing meteor showers for the. Full spectrum of science underway on the space station. Go to WWW dot NASA dot gov slash I stash science for more amazing views of our skies and beyond. Visit science dot NASA dot gov.
Major cryptocurrency exchange delists Bitcoin Gold following $18M hack
"Week yes he has rejected nine more, bitcoin proposals for. Exchange traded funds so there once again It's like an ongoing thing the ETF industry the mutual fund industry puts forth. A proposal. Of the SEC to launch an. ETF, that invests in bitcoin and the SEC wax it right down whack whack-a-mole they just keep. Knocking them down well eventually the SEC. Is going to get, satisfied and the f. proposals will meet the criteria the SEC says they want, to see and when that happens it'll become much easier for consumers so inclined to invest in bitcoin right now it's a, little bit difficult either after mine which you have no idea how to do that or even what that is or you've got to go to an online exchange platform where the commissions are pretty high two and a half percent in, many cases to buy and sell with the associated risks that. Your account gets hacked or you lose the. Key, which is the, special, code pass code that identifies your bitcoins so it's just not. Consumer friendly right now And that, will change though if and when the SEC allows ETF to. Come to market that buys bitcoin for you So. We're just, gonna have to wait and see if when the SEC, says okay meanwhile crypto assets are not going away in fact just this week major league baseball has introduced crypto baseball No. I'm really quite serious crypto. Baseball you know how was a kid you got baseball. Cards with bubble gum right no no no they're not doing, that anymore they're not printing the baseball cards the cards are now digital so. They come in batches and you buy them online and if the. Cards that you know that they each batch they only make a limited number, of, these batches and they sell them online. They come, out at twenty, bucks and if they sell out immediately Then? They, another, batch, but the next batch is. Priced thirty-five percent higher and if. They sell out right away. They issue another batch and another thirty five percent higher. Price and they keep doing this until the price levels we'll, guess what the bachelorette contained Mookie Betts at the Red Sox and Justin Turner. Of the dodgers those batches were selling for twenty five thousand dollars Always Yeah I, mean, look we know the baseball cards are big collectibles, well major league baseball has figured out how to do this digitally by creating crypto. Baseball they're going to make fifteen thousand total, cards five hundred for every team and after, that no. More so
Germany: Far-right protests lead to violence
"The world watched with alarm this week is far right protest in Germany turned, violent Nazis chase down immigrants after word spread that refugees from Iraq and Syria were suspected in a knife attack, that, killed a local man the rise of. Extreme nationalist groups in Germany has also brought a return of antisemitic acts Roxana Saberi has more on, this Video of a teenager. Lynn within a man wearing a yarmulke And shouting Jew in Arabic shocked many Germans this spring the response was quick people of different faiths dont Yamakasi solidarity German police received over four hundred ports of antisemitic attacks in the first half of this. Year that's ten percent more than the same period last year Everywhere in Germany, Wenzel and Jemma Halsey. Say their son was bullied by kids, at school because he's Jewish three and a half months of really terrible anti semitic abuse, both verbal and physical they would push me and take me. And he agreed to an interview only if we hit, his face and altered his voice and then what. Happened and then they shut that me fake I'm, very realistic and really show that he was really really frightened to tackle the reported rise in attacks, Germany has appointed its first anti-semitism Commissioner Felix Klein spite of of all our efforts at is. Still existing efforts like building this holocaust memorial in Berlin While statistics, show the far right, carries out nearly ninety percent of a salts on Jews says Muslim Richmond like the teenager on camera are increasingly behind antisemitic attacks since two thousand fifteen, Germany has taken in. Hundreds of thousands of them these people, were raised in countries where hates hatred towards Israel towards is is very common the huskies, say Germany's to do more to teach kids about the dangers. Of discrimination there's a new generation growing up and becoming, a dollar who are racist anti-semitic and you could. Stop it
Kim Kardashian's whirlwind day in D.C. isn't without 'kontroversy'
"At one on news talk fifty kfi you're listening conservative circus im your ringmaster james t hairs kim kardashian she visited the white house today and it was not received very well as a matter of fact a jim acosta from c n n well he just thought that this was the most absurd thing ever jemma kosta went off on kim kardashian let's hear from jim forget about the fact that kim kardashian is here at the white house today and what planet that is anything resembling normal because it's not she shouldn't be here talking about prison very nice that she is here but that's not a serious thing to have happened here at the white house why well why should she be there by shouldn't she bring her star power to the to the table here in this isn't it funny because when oba obama had all these celebrities rolling into the white house jay z beyond say you know brad pitt jim mukasa singing a different tune aguirre jim concert who was a singer he's talking to john wedgwood john legend went to the white house to talk to obama my here's what jim acosta had to say i'm going to push the president to get more involved in criminal justice reform i'm going to suggest some ideas that we think could help improve the situation if you change your mind about running for office give cnn scott oh jim so friendly than accommodating jemma sexist or is he is he racist.