In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Gavin de Becker about the primacy of human intuition in the prediction and prevention of violence. You can support the Waking Up podcast at samharris.org/support.
I am John Johnston A Primary Teacher in Scotland.
From 1993 until 17th October 2008 a class teacher at Sandaig Primary in Glasgow.
In 20th October 2008 I joined North Lanarkshire Council as an Educational ICT Development Officer where I was until 2016.
From January 2014 till December 2015 I was on secondment to the Scottish Government to work on Glow as Product Owner mostly on Glow Blogs. I am continuing the role on a part time basis.
Currently a class teacher at Banton Primary School.
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This podcast features great insights from Brigadier Mick Ryan AM. The podcast begins with Brigadier Ryan discussing his roles in the Australian Army including as Commander 1st Brigade, and building networks through educational opportunities at the Marine Corps Command and Staff College at Quantico and John Hopkins University in Washington D.C. Listen to Brigadier Ryan discuss war’s enduring nature, social media, professional development, and military education. The podcast ends with a timely warrie about our media. Follow Brigadier Ryan on Twitter: @LearningArmy
On future war:
“At its heart, warfare will continue to be a human endeavor. I don’t see anything that will change the essential nature of warfare which is about human beings seeking to impose their will on others. Those who believe that wars will be won through entirely technical means … demonstrate a lack of understanding of history and … human beings.”
On the role of junior commanders:
“Our junior leaders need to be prepared for an environment that will constantly change … Whilst technical proficiency in their trade will always be very important, it will be their intellectual proficiency and their intellectual breadth which will provide them with the capacity to respond to change and more importantly, respond to shock because we are always …
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The Talk Show
‘How Many Fingers Should This Baby Have?’, With Special Guests Craig Federighi and John Siracusa
Monday, 14 December 2015
Apple senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi joins the show for a wide-ranging half-hour discussion about Swift — Apple’s new programming language that just went open source.
Next, John Siracusa returns to the show to follow up on Federighi’s segment on Swift. Other topics include Apple’s new Smart Battery Case for the iPhone 6/6S, and our mutual (and perhaps futile) desire to head into this week’s premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens knowing as few spoilers as possible.
Transcript of Craig Federighi’s interview.
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Craig Federighi talking about Swift going open source with Ars Technica, TheNextWeb, and Mashable.
Siracusa’s explanation of Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) in his Mac OS X 10.7 review in 2011.
Siracusa’s excellent introduction to Swift from his Mac OS X 10.10 review last year.
Glyn Williams post on Quora regarding how iOS devices need less RAM than equivalent Android devices, because Android’s virtual machine uses garbage collection and iOS doesn’t.
“The Curious Case of the Curious Case” — my review of Apple’s new Smart Battery Case.
Michael Tsai’s link roundup on Sketch leaving the Mac App Store.
“Don’t Drink the Bacta Tea” — spoiler-free episode of The Incomparable last week, with Siracusa, Jason Snell, Serenity Caldwell, and Dan Moren talking about The Force Awakens.
Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki
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This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.
This week, Brianna, Simone and Christina are joined by Amy Jane Gruber and Guy English for a conversation about recent abusive events toward writers in the Apple community.
Today we’re joined by the amazing Geoff Thompson: best-selling author, screenplay writer, martial arts expert, teacher and motivational speaker.
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