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Yes!! I finally get the 15 !!
Hey, guys welcome to Rion’s TV I’m Rion
So today I come to “Smart Ball”
Which is kind of popular amusement store or it’s a pachinko store
I’m not sure what it is
So let’s check inside and then let’s see how it looks like
This is how it looks like !! it plays with 100 Japanese yen,
and then you can get how many balls?? I’m not sure. Okay, so let’s get it
Well actually I kind of get a lot
Well, this is how it looks like I think it’s as big as 25 cents and yeah
not that heavy, but a bit heavy I think
okay. So let’s try
Wow, so this is how to play
It is very simple as you see this handle right here. You can just pull it
And release it
Then if the ball gets into some of those holes right here
Then You win!! It is simple right?
this one you win five balls, and this one you win 15 balls
So let me try
huh, That was so close
I though I almost win 15 balls. Okay. let me try more
I win!! I got another 5 balls
well, seems like this one kind of easy, I guess
Okay, let me try more
I won 5 balls !!
Wow, I want to get this 15 one, so if I get this 5 balls, 4 times, then I can get that chocolate right there
So let me try it. Okay, so let me try it more
huh it is hard. well, I kind of realized that, you know, if I shot one by one it takes forever
So let me shoot a lot Okay, let me try it.
Let’s do it
Oh my god, can you believe it?
You know when I shot one, then I get the five twice
But then, I couldn’t win at all l
I don’t know how it works,
so let me try for the second one, let’s do it
I wanna get this 15 holes, but I don’t know how okay. Anyway, let me try it
Well, this is much harder than what it looks like
It’s kind of fun though. You know, it’s just a 100 JPY and then you can play…
You can play kinda long I want to get this 15 right here.
Okay, so let’s try more
Yes, I finally got the 15, okay, so I won the 15 balls
I left five balls got totally 20. Let’s get that chocolate right there
I got this one right here. So let me get out
that was kind of fun and I spent 200 Japanese yen
And eventually I won this one right here this Aporo chocolate is so good
usually this one sells 100 Japanese at a convenience store.
That means I lost 100 Japanese yen. However that was kind of fun. And then you know, I really liked it.
So if you come to Osaka, Shinsekai, then try this place, you know if you over 18, You can enjoy it it
pretty much. That’s it
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“How can assets be transferred between blockchains?”
“How do they agree on the exchange contract, if nobody owns the implementation?” Great question, Gabriel.
Essentially, the way assets are transferred between blockchains is through a very basic smart contract.
[So basic] that you can also implement it in a very simplified script language like [what is in] Bitcoin.
These contracts are usually some form of multi-sig or merkle proof that allows you to lock value…
on one blockchain and release an equivalent amount on the other blockchain [through a series of conditions].
The two parties who engage in a transfer or atomic swap between two blockchains…
[must] agree [to those conditions] and choose which contract to use.
There can be multiple implementations that transfer value between two blockchains, between sidechains.
You [would] choose which implementation you [will] use; if somebody else is also using that implementation,
then you can execute a swap with them.
“[Are] multi-sig and time delays [features] of smart contracts?” In some cases.
[Although] I don’t see why you would implement a smart contract system that didn’t at least have the [option for]
multiple owners / signatures and time delays.
I have never seen a smart contract language [which] didn’t have those.
Even Bitcoin, which most people don’t call a ‘smart contracts’ platform, [has] basic script [for both].
You don’t need [complex] smart contracts in order to do [multi-sig, time delays, or] Lightning payment channels,
The ability to do basic multi-sig and time delays is usually enough.
“Do the participants of the Lightning Network [need to] set up a smart contract?”
What I mean by “smart contract” is basically…
a Bitcoin address with [scripts] for multi-sig, time [delays], and a refund or penalty process.
[Those are] used to continuously update the channel.
You don’t do any of that [manually]; effectively, that is automatically done by your Lightning wallet.
It looks very similar to a bitcoin payment.
You receive a QR code [within] a Lightning invoice, you tell your wallet to pay that invoice,
and [your node] finds a route within the network…
through which it can make a series of commitments to transmit [satoshis] to the party [who sent the invoice].
That will execute in less than a second, in most cases. [The Lightning Network] is very fast.
Your payment will be received at the other end [of the route]. All of the smart contracts, multi-sig [conditions],
and all of those details are managed by the wallets [and can be made] invisible to the user.
To the user, it just looks like a very fast bitcoin transaction that can have very small amounts.
You can [send] amounts that are even less than a satoshi, with very low fee or sometimes no fee at all.
“Is the Lightning Network a sidechain or a second-layer?” A very good question, Erik. Lightning is not a sidechain.
Lightning is a second-layer [network].
Lightning is a mechanism for transmitting payments off-chain, using an underlying blockchain for security.
It allows you to route through payment channels, which are smart contracts using multi-sig and time delays.
It allows you to transfer [small amounts of] bitcoin…
between two participants, without [needing] to record it on the blockchain [until settlement or there is a dispute].
Those two participants don’t need to trust [anyone else] because the underlying Bitcoin blockchain is the basis…
of trust and security.
Because something like Lightning can also be a multi-currency routing network,
you can have nodes that are participating in Lightning with Bitcoin, or nodes that run Litecoin.
Theoretically you could have nodes that run Ethereum or [other compatible blockchains].
The requirements for a blockchain to be Lightning compatible, to interact with these payment channels,
are certain fundamental security functions, including multi-sig, time delay, [and a transaction malleability fix].
Together with those two functions, [multi-sig and time delays] you can implement what is called…
a hashed timelock contract, which is the building block..
for [uni-directional and bi-directional, or] routed, payment channels.
The Lightning Network is absolutely not a sidechain. It is a second layer. Theoretically, you could use it…
to connect side chains to each other.
Today, in fact, you can transmit a Lightning payment [with] bitcoin, and the recipient [will get] Litecoin,
which is another blockchain, because both of them are Lightning compatible.
Effectively, that has made Litecoin and Bitcoin into sidechains of each other, with the Lightning Network…
being the smart contract layer that connects them.
“If sidechains had to be created as a second layer from the original decentralized Bitcoin blockchain,
does this mean centralization?”
“Who runs, keeps, maintains, or is incentivized for [the security model] regarding side chains?”
Great question, Christian. Sidechains aren’t a second layer.
The technology that connects two blockchains together is kind of a second layer, but not really.
[They involve] transactions within each of the blockchains, but sidechains are not really a layer.
They’re more a parallel stack, if you like. You have two stacks that operate side by side.
[And you ask], “Who runs, keeps, maintains, and is incentivized for the security [model]?”
That is the most important question.
Unless you can answer that question, you can’t say anything about the security of a sidechain.
Keep in mind, a sidechain is an attribute of a relationship.
To be a sidechain to another blockchain means that one blockchain has the ability to transfer or peg value…
in and out of another blockchain, with some form of atomic swap mechanism.
Neither of these is really subordinate to the other. The term ‘sidechain’ is often confusing.
Bitcoin can be a ‘sidechain’ to something else.
If something is a sidechain to Bitcoin, then [perhaps] Bitcoin is also sidechain to [that chain].
It [can] simply mean “a chain on the side.”
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Sharing isn’t always easy.
Unless it’s with smart ready to share – your private carsharing via app.
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Today we will decide if Netatmo Smart Indoor is a better HomeKit camera than Logi Circle
I purchased Smart Indoor three and a half years ago.
Circle 2 was given to me for testing last year.
This, of course, did not impact my opinion so let’s move right into comparing the two
starting with their HomeKit-based features.
Keep in mind that if you want to use Logi Circle with HomeKit, you will need to purchase
one of their wired mounts.
From the Home app, you can quickly view all of your cameras.
The view you see here is not live, but it is updated often.
You can see when it was last updated here.
The feed itself is displayed quickly with little lag between what’s shown on the app
and what’s happening in real life.
From the home app, can only stream one camera at a time which you can do by clicking on
the camera you want to view.
The live feed pulls up quickly and includes audio.
You can adjust the audio volume by using the slider on the bottom of the screen.
You can also initiate a two-way conversation while streaming your Circle camera.
You simply press to talk and listen, which is an improvement over the Circle app which
requires that you press to talk and release to listen.
Smart Indoor doesn’t have a two-way audio option because the camera lacks two-way audio,
but it does have an additional Siri command.
Instead of just being able to ask Siri to show my security camera, I can also say, “Hey
Siri, is there someone at home?”
Checking on things.
The Office is not occupied.
The Vacation is not responding.
There you go.
While the response is semi-useful.
It is a little disappointing considering that the camera offers facial recognition.
This ability, unfortunately, doesn’t tie into HomeKit at all.
Next up, HomeKit enables automation.
When you add Smart Indoor to HomeKit, it will show as a camera, a motion detector, and as
an occupancy sensor.
Circle 2 will show as a camera and a motion detector.
When using HomeKit for automation, there are two paths two automation: Scenes and Automation.
Scenes is a way to trigger multiple devices to respond to one command.
The cameras and their sensors, unfortunately, do not work in Scenes at all.
If you want to use HomeKit for automation, you will need to use the Automation option.
And here we need to pause.
HomeKit can be a hub-less system, but if you want to use the Automation feature, view your
cameras while you’re away from home, or set up push notifications through the Apple Home
app, you will need a Home Hub.
With a Hub in place, you can create IFTTT-like rules from the Automation section of the Home
There are five potential triggers for Automation.
This one, “when people arrive,” does not tie into Netatmo’s occupancy sensor, but it should.
The only option that works is when ‘Sensor Detects Something.’
For example, you can create a rule that says, �If Logi Circle 2 detects motion at this
time, then do this.”
To finalize your rule, you’ll set an action.
There are several actions that you can choose from but missing from the list is any action
involving either security camera.
So the final HomeKit feature we’re going to talk about is push notifications, which is
another feature that requires the Home Hub.
Push notifications can be tied to the cameras’ motion detector and Smart Indoor’s occupancy
You can limit them based on time and presence.
Measuring performance of the motion detector was confusing because Circle 2’s push alerts
were fairly fast before adding the camera to HomeKit.
After adding Circle 2 to HomeKit, alerts from the camera’s app slowed down big time.
Netatmo’s alerts were all over the place before and after HomeKit.
Unfortunately, the camera doesn’t send a push notification right away.
Instead, alert speed is tied to the length of the event.
Using the Home App for Netatmo alerts, speeds things up considerably.
As far as comparing their HomeKit features, that’s it.
The two are fairly neck and neck thus far so let’s move on to battle two which is video
Both cameras offer a Full HD, 1080p resolution.
Smart Indoor has a 130-degree field of view while Circle 2 has a wider 180-degree field
If that’s too wide for you, you can adjust this setting using the Circle app.
Both cameras also offer night vision.
In my opinion, Circle 2 is the clear winner in this category.
Next up, storage.
HomeKit doesn’t offer a storage solution.
In fact, it strips away the ability to take snapshots.
I tried several times and no matter what I did, the footage was blacked out.
If you want to record videos and actually view those videos, you will need to swap over
to the cameras’ respective apps.
And here, Smart Indoor takes the lead as it offers a greater variety of storage options.
The camera ships with an 8GB class 10 MicroSD card in place which you can swap out for a
If you want cloud storage, you can attach the camera to your Dropbox account.
You can also add your own FTP server.
Smart Indoor also lets you control who is recorded.
From the app, you can click in to manage user profiles choosing between always record this
person, only on arrival, or never.
The camera can remember up to 32 people.
Circle 2 includes 24 hours of free cloud storage.
If you want more storage, you will need to pay.
Paid plans start at $3.99, but Premium is Logitech’s recommended plan, and it’s $9.99
per month and adds 31-days of cloud storage, person detection, motion zones, and custom
smart time-lapse day briefs.
I’ll say this.
Though Netatmo Smart Indoor and Circle 2 made my list of best HomeKit security cameras,
I don’t think that they would have made any other list.
In fact, I’ll link to a video I did below comparing Circle 2 to five other security
cameras, and of all that I compared, I liked it the least.
If I had to pick one camera, I would give the win to Netatmo, and there’s four reasons
First of all, free facial recognition.
Second, appreciation for local processing.
Third, better storage options.
Fourth, Netatmo supports an indoor and an outdoor HomeKit-enabled camera as well as
That said, Smart Indoor’s notifications were so slow so if you’re going to buy that camera,
you will probably need to rely on the Home app for notifications.
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Next up, we’re going to take a look at abode iota, assuming that it ships on time, which
ironically is another camera that will eventually have HomeKit integrations.
So we’ll take a look at that, and I will see y’all then!
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There are several reasons why TV has never been better.
First, there are more channels that cater to different tastes.
Not only are cable networks like AMC and FX churning out Emmy Award winning dramas, but
streaming channels like Amazon and Netflix, are also producing high-caliber programming
that are not constricted to the tight guidelines typically associated with network television.
There’s the animated comedies.
It’s true that a middling 8-year-old can watch The Simpsons or Family Guy and be extremely
But, for the shows to truly be appreciated, an intellectual mind is needed to pick up
on all of the nearly laugh-a-second nuances and understand the less obvious references.
Additionally, programs like True Detective and Fargo, offer a lot of hidden meaning.
The better read the viewer is, the more the material will come to life.
However, these types of shows aren’t dumbed down.
They require a person to actually pay attention, to be active spectators aware of narrative
shifts, and to be able to put the pieces of a complicated puzzle together without a lot
of hand holding.
These are the top eleven TV shows for smart people.
Which intelligent TV shows are your favorite?
Be sure to leave a comment.
Number 11: True Detective
Number 10: Hannibal Gifted criminal profiler Will Graham has a
unique way of thinking that allows him to empathize with anyone, including psychopaths.
But while helping the FBI pursue a particularly complicated serial killer, he decides he could
use some help and enlists the brilliant psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter.
The two form a partnership and it seems that there is no villain they can’t catch together,
but Lecter harbors a dark secret.
His own brilliant mind has gone to the dark side and he has more in common with the criminals
they hunt than Will could possibly imagine.
Number 9: Mr. Robot Young, anti-social computer programmer Elliot
works as a cybersecurity engineer during the day, but at night he is a vigilante hacker.
He is recruited by the mysterious leader of an underground group of hackers to join their
Help bring down corporate America, including the company he is paid to protect, which presents
him with a moral dilemma.
Although he works for a corporation, his personal beliefs make it hard to resist the urge to
take down the heads of multinational companies that he believes are running — and ruining
— the world.
Number 8: Dr. Who An eccentric yet compassionate extraterrestrial
Time Lord zips through time and space to solve problems and battle injustice across the universe,
traveling via the TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space), which is his old and
occasionally unreliable spaceship that resembles a blue police phone box (but changes its appearance
depending on its surroundings) and is much, much larger inside than outside.
Number 7: The X Files In one of the longest-running science fiction
series in network TV history, FBI special agents investigate unexplained, mind-bending
cases known as “X-Files.”
Though the government is convinced that the outlandish reports are false, conspiracy theorist
Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and realist Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson), for most of the
series, stop at nothing to prove that “the truth is out there.”
Number 6: House M.D.
At fictional Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey, prickly genius Dr.
Gregory House tackles health mysteries as would a medical Sherlock Holmes, all the while
playing mind games with colleagues that include his best friend, oncologist James Wilson.
House, an acerbic infectious disease specialist, solves medical puzzles with the help of a
team of young diagnosticians.
Flawless instincts and unconventional thinking help earn House great respect, despite his
brutal honesty and antisocial tendencies.
Number 5: Dexter Dexter Morgan is a Miami-based blood splatter
expert who doesn’t just solve murders; he commits them too.
In fact, he’s a serial killer – but he only murders the guilty, so he feels justified
with his lifestyle choices.
His policewoman sister and his cop co-workers have no idea Dexter lives a double life; however,
adoptive father Harry knows his secret, and does, in fact, help Dexter hone his `skills’.
It’s a unique brand of justice for which charming Dexter feels a psychological hunger.
Number 4: Breaking Bad Mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher
Walter White thinks his life can’t get much worse.
His salary barely makes ends meet, a situation not likely to improve once his pregnant wife
gives birth, and their teenage son is battling cerebral palsy.
But Walter is dumbstruck when he learns he has terminal cancer.
Realizing that his illness probably will ruin his family financially, Walter makes a desperate
bid to earn as much money as he can in the time he has left by turning an old RV into
a meth lab on wheels.
Number 3: House of Cards U.S. Rep. Francis Underwood of South Carolina
starts out as a ruthless politician seeking revenge in this Netflix original production.
Promised the post of Secretary of State in exchange for his support, his efforts help
to ensure the election of Garrett Walker to the presidency.
But Walker changes his mind before the inauguration, telling Underwood he’s too valuable in Congress.
Outwardly, Underwood accepts his marching orders, but secretly he and his wife Claire,
an environmental activist, make a pact to destroy Walker and his allies
Number 2: Game of Thrones George R.R. Martin’s best-selling book series
`A Song of Ice and Fire’ is brought to the screen as HBO sinks its considerable storytelling
teeth into the medieval fantasy epic.
It’s the depiction of two powerful families – kings and queens, knights and renegades,
liars and honest men – playing a deadly game for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros,
and to sit atop the Iron Throne.
Number 1: Sherlock In this contemporary version of Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle’s detective stories, Dr. John Watson is a war vet just home from Afghanistan.
He meets the brilliant but eccentric Holmes when he, who serves as a consultant to Scotland
Yard, advertises for a flatmate.
Almost as soon as Watson moves into the Baker Street flat, they are embroiled in mysteries,
and Sherlock’s nemesis, Moriarty, appears to have a hand in the crimes.
Have you watched any of these shows?
Do you think a show is missing on the list?
Please let me know down below, and like this video if you have seen any show of the list
or you are planning to see.
Also, check my previous videos and don’t forget to subscribe and click the notification bell
for more videos like this.
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Today we’ll share five tips for setting smart ecommerce goals in 2019.
Every day, we talk to ecommerce entrepreneurs about how they became successful.
The one thing they all have in common?
They set smart goals.
And Smart isn’t just an adjective.
It stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-Bound.
In this video we’ll explain those terms so you can set your own smart goals.
And at the end, we’ll give you some homework so you can check your work.
Ready to get to work?
Let’s start setting some goals.
Hey all, it’s Jessica from Oberlo.
Today we’re talking about how to set smart goals.
No matter what your ecommerce goals in 2019, one thing is for sure: You will have to keep
learning to stay competitive.
We’re here to to make that easy for you.
Hit subscribe and be the first to see new videos every week about entrepreneurship,
ecommerce, and dropshipping.
Now, if you want to be a successful ecommerce entrepreneur in 2019, you have to do more
than work hard and hope for the best.
You have to set smart goals.
Research backs this up.
One Harvard Business School study asked MBA graduates if they had written down their goals.
Only 3% said yes.
But ten years after graduating, the 3% who said yes earned ten times as much as the other
But if you want to tap into the power of goal-setting, you have to set smart goals.
That means your goals need to be specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound.
These criteria are essential ingredients for success, so let’s take a closer look at
each of them.
First, your goals need to be specific.
Vague or generalized goals don’t provide enough direction.
Remember, you need goals to show you the way forward when you get lost or discouraged.
For example, this is a poorly written goal:
“I will make a lot of sales”
To make your goals specific, incorporate an action plan outlining how you will achieve
A good way to do this is to fill in these blanks:
“I will (goal) by (action).”
Now we have a template we can use to set goals.
Let’s write one together.
We can start by editing our original goal to be more specific.
A specific goal might be:
“I will make a lot of sales by mastering Facebook ads.”
“I will make a lot of sales by using Instagram influencers.”
Now we have a clearer idea of what direction we’re heading.
But we can make this goal even smarter in the next step.
The next step in creating smart goals is to make them measurable.
You need objective criteria in place so you can assess whether you’re achieving your
goals or not.
One way to make goals measurable is by making them quantifiable.
Tie goals to an increase or decrease in a certain number.
This method of creating measurable goals is well-suited to ecommerce because there are
plenty of numbers to choose from.
For example, you can set goals around number of sales, number of customers, or total revenue.
To make your goals measurable, think of your goals and ask yourself these questions:
Let’s return to the goal we’re writing together and make it measurable.
Right now, the goal is:
“I will make a lot of sales by mastering Facebook ads.”
To make this goal measurable, let’s ask ourselves the second question from the list
we just mentioned: How many?
In other words, how many sales do we want to make by mastering Facebook ads?
To answer that question, let’s rewrite a measurable goal that looks like this:
“I will make 10 sales by mastering Facebook ads.”
Now, you’re probably wondering why we choose the number 10.
Why not dream big and make that 100 or even 1 million sales?
We’ll answer that question in the next step.
Goals are supposed to be motivating, not discouraging.
It’s great to set big, hairy, audacious goals.
But ask yourself: Do you really believe you can achieve that goal?
If the answer is yes, you’re in good shape.
If the answer is no, here’s how to adjust your attitude.
Most people believe they are only capable of something they have already done.
But this belief is short-sighted.
What you really need to ask yourself is whether you have the right tools and skills to achieve
Take an honest assessment of your capabilities.
For example, if you want to run a marathon, and you’re capable of jogging for five minutes,
you have the basic skill you need to slowly train for a marathon.
But if you want to win to be an Olympic diver and you can’t swim, you need to build some
basic skills first.
Luckily, that in itself can be a new, and very achievable, goal.
Let’s revisit our example goal:
“I will make 10 sales by mastering Facebook ads.”
This goal is achievable for a Facebook user who has made none, or very few, sales on Facebook.
Someone in that position has a basic familiarity with the platform, and simply needs to build
a new skill–mastering Facebook ads–to succeed.
But wait…how do we know we’ll succeed by mastering Facebook ads?
That’s the question to ask in this next step.
Because good goals need to be realistic.
Achievable and realistic sound similar, but there’s a difference.
Whether a goal is achievable or not depends on what you are capable of.
Whether a goal is realistic or not depends on factors outside of your control, but that
you can understand with some research.
An unrealistic goal might be:
“I will make 10 sales by getting Kim Kardashian to promote my product on Instagram.”
Now, you technically have the skills and capabilities to make this happen.
You can send Kim a direct message on Instagram and ask if she’ll pretty please promote
And, if Kim agrees, you’ll definitely get 10 sales.
But the odds of Kim agreeing are very, very low.
That’s why this goal is unrealistic.
However, a goal of making 10 sales by mastering Facebook ads is realistic.
It’s possible for an ecommerce beginner to learn to create a Facebook ad, drive qualified
traffic to her store, and get sales.
New dropshippers often do make sales with Facebook ads.
Our goal is getting smarter and smarter.
But we have to add one more finishing touch.
We have to make our goal time-bound.
This simply means we have to put a deadline on our goal.
Our goal is to make 10 sales by mastering Facebook ads.
But do we want to make 10 sales in a week, or a year?
Those are two very different goals.
Remember to balance your deadline with the requirement that your goals be achievable
It’s not realistic for a new entrepreneur to make 10 sales with Facebook ads in 1 hour.
However, it is realistic to make 10 sales with Facebook ads in one month.
It’s also realistic to make 10 sales with Facebook ads in one year.
But if you give your goal a generous deadline, you lose some motivation.
Goals need to inspire you to keep going when times get tough–and in ecommerce, times will
So before you finish writing your goal, ask yourself: Will I be proud of myself if I accomplish
If the answer is yes, then you’re right on the mark.
Now you know how to write smart goals.
You know that goals should be specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound.
Let’s put this theory into practice.
Write your ecommerce goals in the comments.
I’ll review them and tell you if they’re S-M-A-R-T smart.
If they could use improvement, I’ll nudge you in the right direction.
Once you’re ready to achieve your ecommerce goals, watch one of these videos!
They’re particularly helpful for new entrepreneurs.
Until we see each other again, learn often, market better, and sell more.
For more infomation >> SMART Goal Setting: How to Set Ecommerce Goals You Can Achieve in 2019 – Duration: 7:53.
УМНОЕ МУСОРНОЕ ВЕДРО XIAOMI TOWNEW T1 SMART TRASH ВЕРСИЯ 2.0 – ПОЛНЫЙ ОБЗОР И РАЗБОРКА – Duration: 15:29. For more infomation >> УМНОЕ МУСОРНОЕ ВЕДРО XIAOMI TOWNEW T1 SMART TRASH ВЕРСИЯ 2.0 – ПОЛНЫЙ ОБЗОР И РАЗБОРКА – Duration: 15:29.
Welcome to SMART Goals for Adult Education Technology and Distance
Learning Plans, presented by OTAN’s Subject Matter Expert, Karla Frizler.
This video screencast is Part 1 of a two-part series. In Part 1, we define
the elements of the SMART goal framework and provide examples for your annual
Technology and Distance Learning Plan, or TDLP. In Part 2, we apply this framework
to helping students develop individual learning goals. In the TDLP
implementation guide, a SMART goal is defined as Specific, Measurable,
Achievable, Relevant (to your learner’s needs), and (within a defined) Time frame.
Let’s look at examples of each element, then evaluate a sample TDLP goal to see
if it meets the SMART goal criteria overall. First, what makes a goal specific?
Instead of the general term students, we can be more specific by using
“Intermediate and Advanced ESL students” for example. ABE/ASE students can be
further specified as “Students earning a high school diploma.” To assess whether
you have achieved your goal, you need to state an expected, measurable outcome.
Let’s start with “Students will learn XYZ skill.” What you actually want to measure
is the application of learning, not the learning itself. In other words, what can
students do with what they learned. So we can change this to “Students will
demonstrate mastery of XYZ skill by passing a post evaluation with a score
of 80% or higher” or “Students will produce a digital portfolio that shows
growth over the course of the semester including XYZ skill.” Other measurement
examples include, CASAS or EL Civics assessments, self evaluations, and teacher
observations. A goal is achievable if a program or agency has the support and
resources necessary to fulfill the requirements of the goal. How achievable
is the goal that “All non-credit faculty will be trained in online teaching and
learning by fall 2019?” Unless you are a fully online institution, not every
teacher needs to know how to teach online. Also just because you train some
it doesn’t mean they will apply what they learned. So training itself should
never be the end goal. It is a means to an end. If your programmatic goal is to
increase the number of online and hybrid classes you offer, a more achievable goal
might be “By fall 2019 one instructional faculty member in each non-credit
program will be trained and certified to teach online, and will begin teaching one
fully online or hybrid course.” To determine how relevant the goal is, you
must consider the needs of your student population. A valuable source of
information is the student technology survey.
Whereas “Learn how to use a mouse” might be crucial from one agency’s students, it
might be irrelevant for another. With fewer students using desktop computers,
especially at home, a more relevant goal might be instead to “Demonstrate the
ability to access, download, and use learning apps on a smartphone or tablet,
to practice skills outside the classroom.” The last SMART goal element is time
frame. A goal is more likely to be achieved with a defined target date.
A goal such as “Increased enrollment” is too vague. Rather if we change the goal to
“By the end of the 2019-20 academic year, increased course
completions by 10% compared to 2018/19,” we now have a target date and a
timeframe for comparison as well. Let’s take what we’ve learned so far and
evaluate a sample TDLP goal, to see if it has all the elements of a SMART goal.
In this example, the goal is to increase the use of a particular software program
from 2 to 4 ESL classes during the 2018-19 academic year, with 80% of
students getting a minimum score a 70% or better, indicating an increase in
digital literacy and workforce preparation skills.” Is it specific? Yes.
The department is ESL. Is the goal measurable? Yes. We see an increase in the
number of classes offered and a minimum score to show content mastery. Is the
goal achievable? Since the agency has already offered two classes, it is likely
they can expand to two more. Is it relevant? Yes, especially with the new
integrated EL Civics requirements to lead students to liveable wage jobs.
Is it time-based? Yes. The time frame for the school is one
academic year. This definitely fits the criteria of a SMART goal. Hopefully you
have learned enough here, to create effective goals for your own agencies TDLP.
A longer webinar recording, with more detailed information and examples, is
available on the OTAN YouTube channel. To help students create individual
learning goals, be sure to watch the second video in this two-part series,
SMART goals for the adult education classroom. Thank you for watching.
For more infomation >> SMART Goals for AE TDLP – Duration: 5:00.
In this video we show you how to change the display of the Huawei P smart.
Spare parts and tools can be found in the video description.
First, you switch off the phone and remove the sim sled.
You put on the suction cup and use flat tools to loosen the display.
Do not directly drive into the display.
This process takes some time!
Be careful with the plastic frame.
Now you undo the fingerprint sensor flex connection.
You remove two Phillips screws as well as a metal cover.
Now you can undo two flex connections.
Remove three Philips screws – before you remove the cover.
Finally you release another flex connection.
Then you remove the glue – undo one Phillips screw and remove the metal cover.
Undo a flex connection.
Now you heat up the battery.
Now you turn the device and gently warm the display ( max. 60 °C).
Then you put on the suction cup and use flat tools to drive directly into the display.
It should be mentioned that there are also display units. For their installation, however, you need to remove more parts.
That’s why we install a display without a plastic frame.
Take care not to damage the plastic frame when removing it.
Finally, you release the display flex connection.
For attaching the new display you can use an appropriate adhesive film or liquid adhesive.
To put back the battery we need double sided adhesive strips.
You place the battery and install the flex connections.
Screw in the two metal covers and install the battery flex connection.
Then you insert the last metal cover and screw it tight.
Now you connect the fingerprint sensor flex connection.
Then you press display and back cover together.
If you liked our video, subscribe to our channel.
If you have questions write us or our facebook community.
We wish you an unbreakable day.
For more infomation >> Huawei P smart DISPLAY wechseln / tauschen | kaputt.de – Duration: 6:40.
[Ingredients spread out] Hot Cocoa Gift Jar presented by Smart &Final
[empty glass jar]
Add 3/4 cup cocoa powder
Add 3/4 cup dry milk
Ad 3/4 cup powdered sugar
Add 3/4 cup chocolate chips
Add 3/4 cup marshmallows
Screw lid on glass jar
Place peppermint candies on lid
Cover candies with plastic material, screwing the band onto the jar to secure in place
Trim extra plastic material off the edge of jar
Wrap jar with ribbon, add a gift tag, and you’re all done!
For more infomation >> Smart & Final DIY Hot Cocoa Gift Jar – Duration: 0:36.
Hey what’s up guys! This is Matthew Ma here and I just picked up the latest Apple
iPad Pro along with Apple Smart Keyboard Folio. The Apple iPad pro comes in 11″
and 12.9″ from 64GB to 1TB with 4GB of RAM,
except for the 1TB, which comes with 6GB of RAM.
I chose 11″ Space Gray, 64GB model with Wi-Fi for it’s portability.
Now let’s open the box.
With it’s A12X bionic chip the iPad Pro is blazing fast.
Apple says it’s faster than most PC laptops.
The all new Liquid Retina Display screen which goes edge to edge truly doesn’t go edge to edge as you can see here.
Don’t get me wrong it’s way nicer than the 10.5″ iPad but
there’s still a thick bezel I wish it was edge to edge like the Apple iPhone 10.
FaceID is finally here on the iPad. I’ve been waiting for this since it was
first introduced on the Apple iPhone 10. It’s great for unlocking your phone
logging into apps and paying with a glance whether you’re holding it portrait or landscape.
Finally at the moment we’ve been waiting for USB-C.
With the new USB-C it gives you the ability to charge your phone and plug
into some USB-C devices including cameras and monitors. By switching over
to USB-C hopefully Apple and other manufacturers quickly add device
capabilities. Hopefully I’ll no longer need to carry an external battery pack
now that Apple iPad Pro has ability to charge my phone so all new smart keyboard
folio provides a great typing experience with front and back protection.
However one thing I noticed that many people did not mention is that when you flip over
the cube worth the keys awkwardly stick out and no longer stays hidden inside
the case. Overall the hardware is near-perfect with this liquid Retina
display, A12x Bionic Chip, Neural Engine, and FaceID.
A question many people asked is if this can replace your computer. For the most part the
Apple iPad is in my everyday carry, however I still carry
my MacBook Pro to do the heavy lifting.
If you purchased a Apple iPad Pro or
thinking about getting one let me know in the comments below what you think, and
how you plan to use it. Thanks for watching be sure to Like, Subscribe, and
leave a comment below and I’ll see you in the next one!
Suzuki Swift 1.0 Stijl Smart Hybrid Carbon Edition, Navi, Bluetooth, Stoelverw, LED, Climate Ctrl, 3 – Duration: 1:06. For more infomation >> Suzuki Swift 1.0 Stijl Smart Hybrid Carbon Edition, Navi, Bluetooth, Stoelverw, LED, Climate Ctrl, 3 – Duration: 1:06.
heyyo crystal nichols here have you ever wondered what is smart coffee well
hang tight because I am gonna walk you through it and tell about it first of
all my name is crystal nichols if this is your first time here please hit
subscribe I talk about healthy mom healthy family type stuff and we try
to have some fun so today I’m talking about smart coffee what is it have you
ever heard of it please drop a comment below have you heard of smart coffee so
what is smart coffee to answer your question quickly smart coffee is a
functional beverage and that’s according to Elevacity that come into that
brings a smart coffee and so if you don’t know what functional beverage like
I didn’t know what it was I did a quick Google search and according to Wikipedia
it simply means that a functional beverage is anything you drink
intentionally to get the health benefits out of so if you are drinking an energy
drink if you are drinking vitamin water if you are juicing or anything like that
you are intentionally drinking that to get the health benefits so it’s a
functional beverage so the functional part of smart coffee is the know tropics
and that’s another word that I’m I wasn’t used to so I’ve done a lot of
research on it and it’s been around awhile and but in recent years it’s been
gaining more and more popularity and that’s because no tropics are anything
that help improve your cognitive brain function
no tropics can help you enhance your memory improve your focus and reduce
your brain fog so anything like that that helps you increase your cognitive
brain function what that’s a nootropic and so that is the part of the special
blend of this el bosque elevate smart coffee the company is Ella Vasa tea and
elevate is the brew so I want to show you actually a really quick video from
the company it’s an it’s one of their older videos and so but I think it does
a great job of explaining why they create a smart coffee a little bit more
about what it is and than no tropics what you’ll get out of
that chances are you drink coffee as the second most consumed beverage in the
world you probably not only drink coffee but you likely help companies like
McDonald’s Tim Hortons Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks earned billions of dollars a
year in coffee sales Starbucks did 19 billion dollars in 2015 alone and with
an average price of $3 25 cents a serving it’s no wonder it’s one of the
world’s most valuable companies the question we have for you is what’s in
your coffee it’s no secret that the number one most purchased item at
Starbucks is a grande mocha frappuccino is packed full of bad stuff at a
whopping 410 calories 61 grams of sugar not to mention 15 grams of fat it’s no
wonder people are trying to lose some weight did you know there’s another
growing trend with coffees they’re called functional beverages with healthy
ingredients that have the opposite effect on your body what if I told you
the next big movement in coffee wasn’t just weight loss but up and coming
transcending life elevating smart cause instead of sugar laden weight gaining
high-calorie additives smart coffees add natural and botanical stimulants to
create a better smarter coffee let me introduce you to the world’s first Noah
tropic beige instant coffee that’s taking the world by storm
it’s called elevate coffee it’s not just a functional beverage it might be the
world’s smartest coffee elevate coffee was formulated not just to help you lose
weight with fat-burning metabolism speeding ingredients but with an even
more important thought in mind if we can curb the cravings you have for the bad
foods we can get you to eat less which equates to fewer calories which equates
to less weight we do this by replacing those brain triggers that are causing
the cravings in the first place with other stimulants that help you release
other chemicals not only that but our noah tropic based ingredients can give
you more clarity greater focus even better memory
it’s truly a smarter choice elevate coffee’s proprietary blends of rich dark
roast Colombian coffee with our exclusive formulation of NOAA tropics
can elevate your life to a whole new level just listen to what these
customers have to say hi this is sandy Weaver and I love elevate through oh my
gosh just like that I’m off the plateau I have gotten to my weight loss goal and
now I’ve decided heck that was so easy maybe five more pounds wouldn’t hurt I
wouldn’t trade this stuff for anything hi my name is Michael and I wanted to
share my testimony about elevate brew coffee I was working on my laptop at
11:00 a.m. and then I drank I didn’t stop working on my project until we’re
so confident you will make a difference in your life
we have a no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee
so what are you waiting for elevate your coffee today one thing about the whole
no tropic cognitive brain function thing it helps you focus on curbing your
cravings too so this is huge with weight loss if you’re a mom if you walk into a
room and forget why you’re there if you are a student and you have exams and you
need to focus or if you just have trouble making it through the day with
work you know the kids everything that you have going on in your life you could
use no tropics there are very few side effects and so I did actually did a
research testing group of about 20 women that drink this smart coffee for five
days and almost 80% of the women lost at least two pounds now there was one
person that had a slight headache because of the coffee and so you know
for someone like that I say don’t don’t do it
but the overwhelming majority of the women that used the smart coffee just
for five days can’t go without it now so they love it
and I really think that you will too so it’s a it’s a really cool thing just
that you can try I have a simple way for you to try – I’m gonna drop a link in
the description below that you could get a trial for six doses okay so the
company elevator takes it another step further with a an additional supplement
called xantham acts and Sante Max is really what can help increase your
happiness hormones so this the smart coffee Winston that Max is they call it
dos de OSE because those are the four happiness hormones that it kind of helps
increase count it helps elevate so dopamine oxytocin serotonin and
endorphins so those four happiness hormones those
are the ones that smart Coffee Pleasant the max mixed together to help you
increase so not only will smart coffee help increase your cognitive brain
function it will help you be in a better mood so I know as a mom I need that
little help sometimes how do you use smart coffee so I have my two examples
of the way that the smart brew comes it’s either in a bag like this that has
24 sticks individual sticks and that’s a serving size so you can take this with
you drop it in your purse it’s very handy and when you’re starting off I
always recommend starting with half a dose so that’s why I like getting the
tub and so you can heart start with half a scoop which is a single serving I
start with half a scoop and work your way up so you know maybe two or three
days till you get to a full dose and this I like the top too because it
contains 30 servings 30 full servings so take your choice this is an easy thing
to put on auto-ship you don’t have to but when you put it on auto-ship
I call it my happy happy I call it my happy coffee subscription box and
because it comes once a month I’ve almost by the time it comes in the mail
I’m almost done the tub and I’m ready for the next so to
make smart coffee all you have to do is take your serving and mix it with six to
eight ounces of hot water and that is the most basic coffee recipe you’ll want
to dress it up after that the way you typically do if you are into the keto
diet there is a keto coffee creamer that is made by Ella vasa tea it’s in the
link below in the description and if you don’t like coffee that’s important too
if you don’t like coffee there is a product called chocolate so instead of
instant coffee it’s hot chocolate and so have your daily hot chocolate get
all the benefits of the nut tropics and the happiness hormones and you’re good
to go so but the way that I like to enjoy my smart coffee is to just put it
in my protein smoothie I am I drink two smoothies every day so it’s really
simple just for me to add a scoop in and go on with my day and I’ve had all the
caffeine that I need and the no tropics and all that deliciousness and it’s
really really good so I highly recommend you try it I hope that answers your
question about what is please drop me a comment below if you’d like to try it
they the company has a really easy way to try the smart coffee and synthamax
supplement together in six doses for 30 dollars so it’s not very much of a
commitment if you just want to try it do that but I suggest just getting full
dose if there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee if you don’t try it if you
don’t like it but if you don’t like it so any questions let me know