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What If So What? is the podcast where we discover what’s possible with digital and figure out how to make it real in your business. Join hosts Jim Hertzfeld and Kim Williams-Czopek, part of Perficient’s Digital Strategy team, as we interview experts and veterans of digital transformation to put the hype and big ideas into perspective by asking “What if?”, “So What?”, and – most importantly - “Now What?”
 
Shag carpeting, talking dogs, grizzly bears and Emilio Pucci commercials. Jim Nolan has encountered them all and survived. These stories, most of which first aired on WBFO Public Radio in Buffalo, relate how his love for his hometown and family was able to overcome the obstacles they set in his way, for example, his father's scrambled eggs and offer to reveal "the secret of math." Warm-hearted and hilarious, Smokey the Talking Dog and other tales from the land of loganberry captures a city a ...
 
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The Cincinnati Observatory, with its hulking, one-of-a-kind antique telescope, has been a staple institution of the Cincinnati science scene since its founding in 1842. The Observatory has changed its location and invested in more up-to-date technology since then, but it is still just as important a mover and shaker in astronomical observation as well as the education and outreach that keeps Cincinnati and member station listeners across the country Looking Up.Dean Regas and Anna Hehman of t ...
 
Produce Buzzers is a new podcast with the goal of inspiring people to eat more fresh fruit and veggies. Part informative radio show, part trivia game show, and part funny talk show, it will put a smile on your face while educating you about fresh produce. Join Theresa Nolan, Edwin Stepp, Rick Stepp, and Cynthia Benedetto as they share their knowledge about fresh fruits and veggies. Be fruitful and veg out! *This podcast discusses the nutrition and health benefits of fresh produce but the pan ...
 
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June is National Mango Month. So, in this week’s episode, we celebrate this delicious and healthy fruit, one of the most popular fruits in the world, if not the most popular. Mangos originated in India and are considered a sacred fruit there as well as in other Asian cultures. We don’t know if mangos are actually sacred, but we do know that the exp…
 
In this episode, Kim talks with Ron Thurston – author of the book “Retail Pride” and host of the podcast “Retail in America” and John Gregory, Global Head of Industry for Retail at Spotify to talk about what it means to be a front-line worker in retail today and how that cohort can be tapped for deeper and more meaningful organizational innovation.…
 
Today on the show, I got to talk to Dr. Mike Wallace. Dr. Wallace is a 1986 graduate of Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University. Prior to joining Flushing Vision Clinic in Michigan, he was Clinic Director at TLC Laser Eye Centers . Dr. Wallace currently is serving as the Director of Managed Care Initiatives-Midwest State for Vision…
 
Giuseppe Verdi composed Aida for a new opera house in Cairo, Egypt that opened around the time as the opening of the Suez Canal. Aida is the story of an Ethiopian princess being held captive by Egyptians. One of the Egyptian generals is desperately in love with her, and she's in love with him -- but so is the daughter of the Egyptian king.…
 
June is National Fruits and Vegetables Month. Our modern world is so blessed with such an abundant supply of fresh fruits and veggies. Not only in terms of quantity, but also with amazing varieties, and with supplies of almost all of them year-round. It is as if we have found the mythical “cornucopia” that Zeus, the leader of the Greek gods, head o…
 
On our show today is guest Dr. Chad Fleming out of Wichita, KS. We had an awesome conversation about his practice and his other business, Partners in Profit. The challenge in today’s competitive frame market is twofold: staying ahead of the curve in frame profitability and finding partners who truly have optometry’s best interest in mind. With Part…
 
Every now and then, news breaks announcing an occurrence of food-borne illness in the food supply. These sometimes cause panic and inspire fear of buying fresh fruits and vegetables. As often as we hear about them, the reality is that they are very rare considering how much food is being shipped every day. This week’s guest is Tracy Fry of iFoodDS,…
 
An opera is like a play in which the characters sing all their lines. Opera singers do not use microphones -- their voices are trained, and can fill a whole theater with sound without any amplification. All operas have solo singers and an orchestra -- and a lot of operas have a chorus, too. Operas have been written in many different languages, incl…
 
In this episode, Kim talks with Andy McMillian and Janelle Estes from UserTesting.com about how to better operationalize customer insights and really walk the talk of customer-centricity. Connect with Andy McMillan, Chair & CEO UserTesting, and Janelle Estes, Chief Insights Officer at UserTesting. Andy and Janelle are co-authors of the book User Te…
 
Dr. Chris Wolfe sat down to talk with Dr. Tommy Pinkston, a fellow F3 participant and optometrist out of North Carolina. F3 is a network of free, peer-led workouts for men in the United States with an estimated 40,000+ active participants. Besides being able to connect on F3 during the show, these docs also talked about the importance of having a p…
 
This week, on June 10th, we celebrate National Herbs and Spices Day. So, we dedicate this episode to honor these delicious flavorings that make our fruits and veggies taste even better. To do that we have invited Melinda Richardson to join us on the podcast. She is an account executive at Gourmet Garden, an Australian company that is spicing things…
 
May is a great month for celebrating veggies! It’s National Salad Month, National Salsa Month, and National Asparagus Month. So, we dedicate this episode to them all. Learn about the history of salad. Surprisingly, it’s really quite interesting. And we dance around with America’s favorite condiment. No, it’s not mayonnaise or ketchup. It’s salsa! A…
 
In this episode, Jim and Kim kick off Season 4 of the podcast, discussing what it means to be a digital business. Why some digital transformation initiatives didn’t pan out as intended; what do we know now that we didn’t then, and what are some persisting and emerging challenges in transitioning from ‘transformation’ to ‘evolution' as usual. Connec…
 
Show Sponsors: CooperVision MacuHealth Get the exact code every time and protect against and audits with AutoCoder at https://eyecodeeducation.com/pages/autocoder Dr. Ryan Powell, O.D. is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia. He received his Doctor of Optometry with cum laude honors from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN…
 
Beautiful spring weather is all around and we hope that is bringing you joy. And there is no greater joy of spring than the arrival of one of the fruits that have been most often cited by people as the most joyous of all fruits and veggies—strawberries! May is National Strawberry Month and so this week we have a very special guest who has to be one…
 
Show Sponsors: CooperVision MacuHealth Get the exact code every time and protect against and audits with AutoCoder at https://eyecodeeducation.com/pages/autocoder Dr. Kurt Steele joined Vision Source of Newport in 1995 and has lived in Newport since 1997. He has received both the Young Optometrist of the Year and Optometrist of the Year award for t…
 
May is Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This week we have a very special guest on the show that will tell us about the substantial contribution that Japanese Americans made to American agriculture, especially on the West Coast, from California through Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Ron Inatomi is a third-generation (Sansei) Japanese American …
 
The polonaise is a dance that was fashionable in the Polish court. Since Polish nobility used to like to speak French, the name "polonaise" is French. Eventually, the polonaise caught on all over Europe, and even migrated to America. Lots of operas contain polonaises, and after a while, composers began to use the polonaise as a form for non-dancing…
 
Chip Carter is a natural-born storyteller. And he’s made a profession of it for over 30 years. He worked as a journalist for several prominent national newspapers before he decided to return to his farming roots and begin to tell stories about America’s farmers. At that point, he launched the Southeast Produce Weekly, a publication and Website that…
 
Welcome to a new season of the Produce Buzzers Podcast. We are delighted that the first episode of season three celebrates the tastes and flavors of Cinco de Mayo. In this episode, you will learn about the history of the celebration and why it is more popular in the United States than in Mexico. But that is just an excuse for us to talk about the f…
 
Benjamin Britten was asked to compose music for a film that explained the instruments of the orchestra to children. Britten borrowed a tune by one of his favorite composers, Henry Purcell, to create his Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra. This show uses Britten's Guide to introduce the instruments of the brass and percussion families.…
 
Show Sponsors: CooperVision MacuHealth Get the exact code every time and protect against and audits with AutoCoder at https://eyecodeeducation.com/pages/autocoder It will not take you long to see that Haley Perry loves people. If you look up “Extrovert” in the dictionary, there is her picture. This translates to the way she sets up her day, practic…
 
Benjamin Britten was asked to compose music for a film that explained the instruments of the orchestra to children. Britten borrowed a tune by one of his favorite composers, Henry Purcell, to create his Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra. This show uses Britten's Guide to introduce the instruments of the woodwind and string families.…
 
This week we have another bonus segment from season two of the series to keep you fed until season three starts next week. It's short, so it’s just a snack. But we think it will satisfy your hunger for all things fruit and veggie. In this segment, Theresa is going to tell us about the amazing nutritional value of leafy greens and how eating them ev…
 
Show Sponsors: CooperVision MacuHealth Get the exact code every time and protect against and audits with AutoCoder at https://eyecodeeducation.com/pages/autocoder Learn more about Matt McConville: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-mcconville-p-e-30459210/ Learn more about Break the Cycle: https://breakthecycle200.com/why-we-ride/ Donate here: https:…
 
Season two of our podcast has concluded and we are excited to announce that season three will begin at the end of April. Make sure you subscribe so you can get notifications of the new episodes. We have some interesting and delicious episodes planned for next season. But in the meantime, enjoy this bonus segment from season two that wound up on the…
 
Have you ever ordered fresh produce online for delivery or pickup? How do you feel about letting someone else pick out your fruits and veggies? The Produce Buzzers examine a recent survey of consumers about their fresh produce buying preferences. And play along with the Produce Buzzers as they play guess the official fruits of each U.S. State. --- …
 
In this episode, Jim departs from our regular show to talk with Abraham Ancer, pro golfer and entrepreneur, about the intersection of business and technology, where brand, experience, and innovation are changing the way we all work and play. Listen to Abe share stories about his golf career and his tequila brand Flecha Azul, which he co-owns with f…
 
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