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From the shoes we wear on our feet to the high definition televisions in our living room, wearable devices, the sports universe is a breeding ground for technology. Writer and Photographer Rick Limpert will examine this each week on The Tech of Sports – With guests which include athletes, inventors and journalists that cover the intersection of sports and technology.
 
On 25 AmFm stations around the US, the show argues that anyone can be a successful entrepreneur when they forget creativity, risk, and passion! Join host Jim Beach, bestselling McGraw-Hill Author for his SBA award winning nationally syndicated radio show. Copy an idea, execute it better, start with less than $5,000 and reserve passion for family & religion.
 
Ross Kemp is joined by guests from all walks of life, who all have engaging stories to tell. Whether it’s about their life, their career, or their expertise, we hope that if you listen to this series, not only will you learn something about the guests, but also about the world we live in.
 
The Daily Gardener is a Monday - Friday Gardening Podcast. ⏰ Every day the show features: 🗞 Garden News & Advice 🏰 Botanical History & Literature 🖌 📚 An Inspiring Garden Book Recommendation 🌟 Botanic Sparks - Stories to Grow a Gardener’s Heart ❤️🌸🌱 Note to writers and creatives: I love highlighting the work of folks who write about botany, horticulture, and gardening. So if you fall into that category please reach out. Read more & connect on Social Media or at thedailygardener.org
 
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Recently we've all been hearing more and more about leveraging automation for our self storage properties. I've been transitioning some of my own 3rd party managed properties over to this automated model and I’ve been talking with owners and operators about the automated/unmanned self storage business model and what makes approach to self storage s…
 
Today we celebrate a botanist remembered with the Haworthia (“how-wurth-EE-ah”) genus. We'll also learn about a botanist who spent 25 years researching the forests of the Eastern United States. We’ll hear about the Greek goddess of spring from author Jen Calonita. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about flower arranging. And then we’ll wrap …
 
Today we celebrate a botanical artist who learned to paint from her famous younger brother. We'll also learn about a botanist who was fascinated with seed dispersion and weeds. We’ll hear a little snippet about spring from an author and ecologist. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about the cultural significance behind Japanese Gardens. And …
 
Events are starting back up… Rick talks with Hermann Elger, EVP and GM at Sharecare this week. Elger, talks about the long-term planning and tools stadiums and arenas need to be using to fully rebuild their businesses and fan trust. With a light at the end of the tunnel, some leagues have started to welcome fans back into stadiums (re: MSG and Barc…
 
Today we celebrate a Swedish botanist with a famous father who observed flashes of light emitting from her nasturtiums. We'll also learn about a modern-day forest advocate and conservationist on a mission to create something he calls a primary forest in France. We’ll hear a poem about spring from the charming Christina Georgina Rossetti. We Grow Th…
 
Recently we've all been hearing more and more about leveraging automation for our self storage properties. I've been transitioning some of my own 3rd party managed properties over to this automated model and I’ve been talking with owners and operators about the automated/unmanned self storage business model and what makes approach to self storage s…
 
In 2003's The Last Samurai we learn the story of Captain Nathan Algren, an American soldier who travels to Japan to train the early Imperial Japanese Army to fight off a rebellion against the Emperor. How much of it actually happened? That's what we'll look at in this episode. Dr. Brian Dirck joins us again to separate fact from fiction in the film…
 
Today we celebrate a German landscape and flower painter who was forbidden to paint by her father. We'll also learn about a self-taught botanist who spent nearly a dozen years in the Amazon rainforest. We hear an excerpt about spring from the man who wrote A Farewell to Arms. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about one of the 19th-century’s …
 
In the midst of the pandemic of the last year, Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee found her musical bliss again while making the band's new album. 'The Bitter Truth.' "I feel a new sense of belonging where I am.," Lee tells Steve Baltin on this week's People Have The Power.Amy Lee, Adam Chavez, Steve Baltin
 
Today we celebrate a writer and avid gardener who, as an adult, gardened beside her mother for decades. We'll also learn about a botanist and prolific plant collector who traveled along with her minister husband as he worked in the Philippines. We hear some thoughts about how quickly spring goes by. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about Si…
 
Today we celebrate the American doctor and amateur botanist who left a legacy in Michigan. We'll also learn about the first botanist to explore Michigan. We’ll recognize the man who started the California Botanical Society. We hear a quick thought on spring from Ellis Peters. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a beautiful book about Hydrangea. And t…
 
Today we celebrate a botanist remembered as the Father of Forestry. We'll also learn about a 19th-century female garden writer who loved wildflowers. We’ll recognize the broadcasting Anniversary of a popular Garden television program. We hear words from a poet that was admired by Vita Sackville West and the poem compares the iris and the tulip. We …
 
Recently we've all been hearing more and more about leveraging automation for our self storage properties. I've been transitioning some of my own 3rd party managed properties over to this automated model and I’ve been talking with owners and operators about the automated/unmanned self storage business model and what makes approach to self storage s…
 
Today we celebrate one of the most prolific garden writers of the 1800s. We'll also learn about a Hollywood legend who ate roses... We hear an adorable poem about the crocus. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that helps us make our own little piece of heaven here on earth in the form of a garden. And then we’ll wrap things up with the living…
 
Rick is joined on “Tech of Sports” this week, by Joshua Smith, the City Manager of the great city of Hamilton, Ohio. Hamilton, Ohio is located in the heart of the Rust Belt, a region in Northeastern and Midwestern United States that has been experiencing industrial decline since the 1980s. In its heyday, Hamilton became a manufacturing powerhouse d…
 
Today we celebrate a botanist who is honored by the genus for the spectacular Baobab tree. We’ll recognize the man who became a globetrotting botanist and even a food spy and ultimately introduced more than 200,000 plants to the United States, We’ll hear some words from a poet gardener, ecologist, and naturalist, who celebrates his 251st birthday t…
 
Recently we've all been hearing more and more about leveraging automation for our self storage properties. I've been transitioning some of my own 3rd party managed properties over to this automated model and I’ve been talking with owners and operators about the automated/unmanned self storage business model and what makes approach to self storage s…
 
Today we celebrate the man who is remembered with the much-loved Zinnia We'll also learn about the California Poppy and California Poppy Day, which is celebrated today. We hear one of my favorite passages about springtime. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a lovely book about Orchids - that’s sure to bring a smile. And then we’ll wrap things up wit…
 
Today we celebrate the botanist who discovered cells in plants and helped to establish cell theory. We'll also learn about an amateur botanist who had a tremendous impact on the University of Michigan. We’ll remember the gift of a stunning Fabergé egg known as The Lilies of the Valley egg. We hear a delightful verse about spring from a popular cook…
 
In Christianity, Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Today we're going to learn about the depiction of that event on screen as we saw in 2004's The Passion of The Christ. To help us learn more, we'll be joined by the Professor of New Testament and Archaeology at Covenant Theological Seminary, Dr. David Chapman. Want to learn m…
 
A “Throwback Thursday” for the ages as Rick is joined by one of his former tennis doubles partners, Jim Rossini. Jim, an accomplished tennis player, grew up with Rick in Racine, Wisc. is currently CEO of Workforce Engineering Solutions in the Chicago area. Rick and Jim talk about tennis and growing up in Wisconsin. They dig deep into tennis technol…
 
Shakey Graves' influential debut, 'Roll The Bones,' turns 10 this year. And to celebrate he has reissued the album, releasing it to streaming services for the first time. It's perfect timing for the Austin-based Graves to revisit the past because as he tells host Steve Baltin on this week's People Have The Power, Graves hasn't been prolific during …
 
As a technology enabled real estate brokerage platform, Storage Exchange leverages the power of empirical data to create maximum investment visibility and efficiency. Through unparalleled experience in self-storage ownership and management, Storage Exchange is uniquely qualified to understand the subtle nuances of each transaction to unlock value f…
 
Today we celebrate a woman who was outcast and imprisoned in her own home and so she became a gardener. We'll also learn about a man who wrote one of the most useful and beautiful medical botany books. We’ll hear a charming garden verse from an English writer and poet. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about one of America’s greatest botanis…
 
Today we celebrate the man remembered as the Father of Plant Anatomy. We'll also learn about a man who developed his own system fr classifying plant families and then we’ll chat a bit about why knowing your plant families can be a beneficial skill to add to your gardening expertise. We hear a little poem today from an English writer who was born on…
 
Chris Daw QC is one of Britain’s top defence barristers. His clients have included bankers, international footballers, murderers, rapists, and members of organised crime groups. Chris’ book Justice on Trial: Radical Solutions for a System at Breaking is out now: https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/justice-on-trial-9781472977885/ Follow Chris: Twitter: ht…
 
Recently we've all been hearing more and more about leveraging automation for our self storage properties. I've been transitioning some of my own 3rd party managed properties over to this automated model and I’ve been talking with owners and operators about the automated/unmanned self storage business model and what makes approach to self storage s…
 
Today we celebrate a remarkable English naturalist and artist. We'll also learn about the man known as the Rocky Mountain botanist. We hear a journal entry about bloodroot. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about place and how location, location, location is just as important to gardens as it is to real estate. And then we’ll wrap things up …
 
Rick has the pleasure of being joined by Paralympian, Mallory Weggemann, this week on Tech of Sports. Weggemann is a record-setting, two-time Paralympic swimmer for Team USA. She has set fifteen world records and thirty-four American records, and is also the recipient of an ESPY Award, a 15-time World Champion, and a Paralympic gold and bronze meda…
 
This week we feature a couple of VERY cool things going on in the Automotive World. First it’s Mark Trostle, Head of RAM and Mopar Exterior talking about the “Drive For Design” contest at Stellantis. Then we get into “Ford Frenzy” with Ted Ryan, Historian for Ford Motor Company..plus my honest review of the new Cadillac Escalade and the RAM TRX. Th…
 
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