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TWiRT Ep. 304 - Why, Yes, it's WiFi - GFQ Network

Chris Tobin joins us with a full hour live, remote broadcast from a park in Newark, New Jersey, and he’s not using his telco carrier’s data! It’s just another way that Chris is demonstrating that broadcast engineers can get it done for remote WiFi.
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YUMI 2.0.2.6

YUMI 2.0.2.6 | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Fast downloads of the latest free software!***
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What is soft skills?

What is soft skills? | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Soft skills is a synonym for "people skills." The term describes those personal attributes that indicate a high level of emotional intelligence.

Unlike hard skills, which describe a person's technical skill set and ability to perform specific tasks, soft skills are broadly applicable across job titles and industries. It's often said that hard skills will get you an interview but you need soft skills to get -- and keep -- the job.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Soft+Skills

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 5, 8:35 AM
Soft skills is a synonym for "people skills." The term describes those personal attributes that indicate a high level of emotional intelligence.

Unlike hard skills, which describe a person's technical skill set and ability to perform specific tasks, soft skills are broadly applicable across job titles and industries. It's often said that hard skills will get you an interview but you need soft skills to get -- and keep -- the job.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Soft+Skills

 

 

Stan Smith's curator insight, July 6, 1:45 AM
I'm going off topic once again, but when I see the same subject in triplicate while having my first cup of coffee in the morning I tend to believe there's a reason for it.
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LIVEK - For Broadcast Engineer - BNC Full Form

LIVEK - Provides for useful information for Broadcast Engineers. Everybody also welcome to share knowledge and feedback regarding Broadcast Engineering
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Louis Rossmann’s Repair Videos Might Get Taken Down After Legal Threat

Louis Rossmann’s Repair Videos Might Get Taken Down After Legal Threat | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Louis Rossmann teaches people how to fix stuff—and he could have all his YouTube videos pulled down because of it.
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SBE Thinks FCC Needs All the Help It Can Get in Noise Floor Investigation

SBE Thinks FCC Needs All the Help It Can Get in Noise Floor Investigation | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Public comments on the study are due by Aug. 11; share your opinion with SBE’s GRC

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A Smart Samsung 4K SUHD UN88JS9500 That’s Smarter Than The Most

A Smart Samsung 4K SUHD UN88JS9500 That’s Smarter Than The Most | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
A Smart Samsung 4K SUHD UN88JS9500 That’s Smarter Than The Most This TV’s brain is a super speedy eight core processor that lets you browse the web without having to disrupt what you are watching....
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TWiRT Ep. 307 – Auto-testing Remote Sites with Doug Irwin

Having designed and installed remote control systems and automated testing on both sides of the US, Doug Irwin is uniquely qualified to talk about the benefits and some pitfalls.
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TWiRT Ep. 306 - A Day's Work with a Side of Ham with Charles Wooten

Charlie Wooten - ham call NF4A - is our go-to guy for what's happening in an Amatuer Radio. Charlie joins Chris Tobin with highlights from the Dayton ...
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TWiRT Ep. 304 – Why, Yes, it’s WiFi

Chris Tobin joins us with a full hour live, remote broadcast from a park in Newark, New Jersey, and he’s not using his telco carrier’s data! It’s just another way that Chris is demonstrating that broadcast engineers can get it done for remote WiFi.
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A Broadcast Engineering Tutorial for Non-Engineers by Skip Pizzi

Read / Download : http://bitly.com/1WJZxxG
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, May 21, 5:08 PM
Thanks to reporter David Hall for this intriguing and well-presented video from Skip Pizzi.  For those of us in the broadcast field, both engineers and non-technical staff, this tutorial serves as an easily digestible guide to broadcast engineering.
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Check Out This Way To Recover Files From Formatted Hard Drive

Check Out This Way To Recover Files From Formatted Hard Drive | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
The work to recover files from formatted hard drive is not as difficult as users thought; the key factor is that whether you have got a helpful tool.
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, May 18, 4:23 PM
Great and helpful article for web masters and bloggers alike.  Just what I need when I make mistakes.
Jenne's comment, May 26, 3:50 AM
thank you so much
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How to tell if your Android phone has the HummingBad malware

How to tell if your Android phone has the HummingBad malware | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
HummingBad is bad news. Luckily you can find out if you're affected and do something about it.
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, July 9, 1:05 AM
A cautionary tale from reporter David Hall.  Apparently, "HummingBad malware" is creating a real mess for Android phone users.  With all of the cyber crime going on these days, it's a wonder more bad stuff isn't found on our smartphones.  This article shows you how to find this malware and eliminate it. The basic takeaway is this:  Don't download  apps from untested, unverified, and unfamiliar sources.  Some of this bad stuff is coming from mainland China--stay alert and install a malware detection program in both your smartphone and PC/Mac/laptop.
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A Broadcast Engineering Tutorial for Non-Engineers by Skip Pizzi

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Millennials abandoning AM/FM for streaming

Millennials abandoning AM/FM for streaming | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Cars and kids used to be commercial radio's best friends. Driving around with "no particular place to go," finding the sound tracks of their lives with five push buttons on a car radio was the stuff
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This is why the FM chip should be turned on in cell phones. It gives streaming an unfair advantage.
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Anti-anxiety medication limits empathetic behavior in rats - The University of Chicago Medicine

Anti-anxiety medication limits empathetic behavior in rats - The University of Chicago Medicine | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Rats given midazolam, an anti-anxiety medication, were less likely to free trapped companions because the drug lessened their empathy, according to a new study by University of Chicago neuroscientists.

The research, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, validates studies that show rats are emotionally motivated to help other rats in distress. In the latest study, rats treated with midazolam did not open the door to a restrainer device containing a trapped rat, although control rats routinely freed their trapped companions. Midazolam did not interfere with the rats' physical ability to open the restrainer door, however. In fact, when the restrainer device contained chocolate instead of a trapped rat, the test rats routinely opened the door. The findings show that the act of helping others depends on emotional reactions, which are dampened by the anti-anxiety medication.

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LIVEK - For Broadcast Engineer -

LIVEK - Provides for useful information for Broadcast Engineers. Everybody also welcome to share knowledge and feedback regarding Broadcast Engineering, ...
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, June 30, 1:55 AM
Thanks to reporter David Hall for this sneak preview of LIVEK, another valuable tool for broadcast engineers and station managers.
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8 Logical Factors Make Computer Run Slow – Speed up Computer Now

8 Logical Factors Make Computer Run Slow – Speed up Computer Now | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Why does our computer runs slow? How can we speed up a slow computer? You can find correct answers from this post.
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Skylly_W's comment, June 13, 9:49 PM
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, June 15, 12:31 AM
Extremely helpful list of factors that can impede the performance and speed of your PC.  I ran a few of these tests and found areas where I could "tighten up" a few things.  Simple, easy-to-understand analysis of major PC operating problems.
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Solution to Data Recovery after Reinstalling Windows 10/8.1/7

Solution to Data Recovery after Reinstalling Windows 10/8.1/7 | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Data recovery after reinstalling is possible. This post tells how to recover data after reinstalling Windows 10/8.1/7 by using MiniTool Power Data Recovery.
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Live Streaming Systems

Live Streaming Systems | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
Affordable Online Radio Stations, Website, Live Streaming, and Mobile App Development, but that's just the beginning of what we do!
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TWiRT Ep. 305 – HD Multiplex with Philipp Schmid

What if you could transmit fifteen radio program channels from one FM transmitter, and receive them on existing FM-HD radios? Philipp Schmid, Research Engineer at Nautel, has been demonstrating exactly that.
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Interference Biggest Radio Complaint to FCC - Radio Ink

Interference Biggest Radio Complaint to FCC - Radio Ink | Broadcast Engineering Notes | Scoop.it
As part of the FCC's new approach to transparency it has launched a new Consumer Complaint Data Center. The online listing of consumer complaints includes how many calls are made to the government agency about radio. The biggest complaint ( 7,391 of them) is about interference. What's next?
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, May 21, 5:13 PM
Thanks to reporter David Hall for this look at what people complain about when they contact the FCC.  No surprise here--interference and noise are the biggest issues facing both consumers and FCC regulators.  RFI is so bad in some urban areas, that AM and FM broadcasts are severely degraded.  The main culprit is the rapid expansion of non-FCC compliant digital devices, poorly shielded power supplies, and sloppy technical installations in homes and businesses.  Noise is a massive headache that will impact the future of all wireless communication, from the internet to commercial broadcasting.