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Juan Cabrera

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Juan Cabrera; el cable que "cablea" a mucha gente (01-03-2021)

La Diez Capital Radio

La Gomera y Tenerife estarán “unidos por la luz” con un cable submarino de 42 kilómetros. El operador Red Eléctrica de España unirá ambas islas con un proyecto de interconexión eléctrica, con una inversión prevista de 103 millones de euros. Juan Cabrera nos da su parecer como especialista y observa que es proyecto mal planteado.


1 Mar 2021

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Podcast S3 EP03: Juan Cabrera, Santa Monica

Warren Eagles' Color Tour Podcast

Season 3 of the Color Tour Podcast has been renamed ‘Not on Tour.’I chatted to Juan Cabrera 3 days before the 2020 HPA Awards where he was nominated coloring the TNT show Alienist ‘Angel of Darkness’Juan started his first company aged 17 in Madrid, Spain. He prepped for his first color grade by reading the Mistika manual on a 5 hour car drive from Madrid to Malaga. Once in Malaga he graded his first short film and his career as a colorist was launched.Working as a Stereographer on some of Hollywood’s biggest feature films was Juan’s stepping stone to starting his own Post Production shop in Santa Monica called Lightbender Post. He is a Mistika user and works on longform feature films and series.Topics discussed How did Lightbender come about? What are the challenges of owning and operating your own shop? Coloring with Mistika what are the advantages? His first color session in Malaga. The HPA Awards nomination for coloring the TNT show Alienist ‘Angel of Darkness’ Working with JJ Abrahams on Star Trek into Darkness, His kit at Lightbender and how he competes with the big competition in Los Angeles. Link to TNTs ‘Alienist’ https://youtu.be/QOjMCfDMbic Lightbender Reel & site: https://www.lightbenderpost.com IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3043942 Instagram @lightbender_post

1hr 5mins

17 Nov 2020

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Juan Cabrera nos introduce en las energías limpias (06-11-2020)

La Diez Capital Radio

Juan Cabrera nos cuenta que es la energía solar fotovoltaica es aquella que se obtiene al convertir la luz solar en electricidad empleando una tecnología basada en el efecto fotoeléctrico. Se trata de un tipo de energía renovable, inagotable y no contaminante que puede producirse en instalaciones que van desde los pequeños generadores para autoconsumo hasta las grandes plantas fotovoltaicas y nos anima a instalarla en nuestras casas para ser autosuficientes. Las células fotovoltaicas están hechas con silicio, material semiconductor muy utilizado también en electrónica. Para las células fotovoltaicas, una rejilla semiconductora recibe un tratamiento químico especial para formar un campo eléctrico, positivo en un lado y negativo en el otro. Cuando la luz solar incide en la célula, los electrones son desplazados del material semiconductor. Si ponemos conductores eléctricos tanto del lado positivo como del negativo de la rejilla, formando un circuito eléctrico, los electrones pueden ser capturados en forma de electricidad.Esta electricidad puede ser utilizada para suministrar energía a una carga, por ejemplo encender una bombilla. La conjunción de varias células conectadas eléctricamente entre si y montadas en una estructura de apoyo o marco, se llama módulo fotovoltaico. Varios módulos pueden ser conectados unos con otros para formar un campo solar. Los módulos producen electricidad en corriente continua, pudiendo ser conectados en serie o paralelo para conseguir el voltaje que se requiera. La electricidad producida por los módulos se utiliza de diferentes formas según sea su aplicación. Los principales usos de la E.S.F. son la electrificación de lugares aislados de la red eléctrica (viviendas, sistemas de control remoto, telecomunicaciones, rótulos luminosos, farolas, embarcaciones, alarmas,….), el bombeo solar directo y la conexión a red.


6 Nov 2020

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Entrevista a Juan Cabrera, concejal de AMF en Antigua


El concejal de Obras y Servicios, Parques y Jardines y Patrimonio Histórico del Ayuntamiento de Antigua, Juan Cabrera, participó este lunes en La Mañana de Radio Insular con Álvaro Veiga donde repasó las principales actuaciones que se están llevando a cabo desde su concejalía, entre otros asuntos de interés.

26 Oct 2020

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Juan Cabrera director general de J Cabrera (02-10-2020)

La Diez Capital Radio

Entrevista en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio del experto en energías renovables Juan Cabrera. Instalaciones de paneles fotovoltaicos en casa para generar la electricidad de que necesitamos, 1 watio a 1 euros.


2 Oct 2020

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Homeless in San Francisco | Videographer Juan Cabrera | LIVESTREAM 5-28-2020

The Safety Doc Podcast

Juan Cabrera is a videographer of the homeless condition and has observed San Francisco transform itself into a deranged city due to malfunctioning local and state level policies. He is a Mexican immigrant who grew up in The City by the Bay. Read the full blog post for this episode (137) at safetyphd.com. HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE HOMELESS IN CALIFORNIA? At last official count 151,278 individuals are homeless in California, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. That's the highest number since at least 2007, and represents a nearly 17% uptick since 2018. Estimates place the homeless count in San Francisco between 8,000 and 17,000 people per various sources. As Juan notes, the definition of homeless includes people who are without a permanent residence and might be staying with relatives - although the media portrait of homeless is often that of individuals living on sidewalks or parks. The true numbers are higher than anything that’s reported. HOMELESS LAWS IN CA AND BAY AREA. In California, there are hundreds of “anti-homeless” laws. Although there is nothing that specifically bans or restricts homelessness, cities in the Golden State have created nearly a thousand codes and ordinances that experts and homeless advocates argue disproportionately affect unsheltered people. One such ordinance - known as the "sit-lie" law - makes it a criminal offense to sit, lie or sleep on a public sidewalk anywhere in a city. Some cities put boulders on sidewalks to prevent homeless people from sleeping or camping there, but these practices are ineffective at solving bigger problems and often just make things worse for homeless people. WHAT INSPIRED JUAN TO BECOME A VIDEOGRAPHER OF THE HOMELESS CONDITION? Six years ago, Juan and his brother began an annual tradition to purchase and distribute socks to homeless people on Christmas. It was through this act of kindness, meeting and observing homeless people, that Juan found himself wanting to learn more about homelessness in his city. JUAN’S OBSERVATIONS OF HOMELESSNESS IN SAN FRAN. As a father, Juan perceives that exposure to the raw elements of San Francisco are impacting his children. “They are becoming conditioned to it.” Traveling through parts of the city, such as “The Tenderloin,” brings risks of mentally ill homeless people darting into traffic, defecating in public, or littering the city with needles. Public transportation is no longer safe due to fights on busses and drug paraphernalia tucked between seats. WHAT IS MAKING THE SITUATION WORSE. Juan shared that policies are exacerbating the homeless condition. Policies that include police told to not prosecute most property crimes under $1000; pervasive bartering of EBT cards for cash; public-financed alcohol and drugs for homeless people to allegedly support them during the COVID19 lockdowns; and no fines for public urination, defecation or lude acts. Per Juan, none of these steps are improving the quality of life for people that are homeless - or anyone else in the city. HOW THIS IMPACTS JUAN. The homeless issues are amplifying. The city provides many resources to homeless people, the climate is favorable, and Juan has observed a type of inertia in the homeless community - meaning that once people claim a patch of the city, they are unlikely to trade it for a stay in a shelter as doing so would force them to surrender their possessions and have to eventually find another place to stay after they left the shelter. The despair of the situation weighs upon Juan and he contemplates moving his family away from the urban decay. Juan also explained his approach to vehicle insurance was simple: liability only. Due to increasing vandalism and vehicle break-ins (which aren’t investigated or prosecuted), Juan budgets for 2-3 replacement side windows per year. WHAT COULD BE DONE TO MAKE THINGS BETTER? It’s clear that actions to help remedy this situation will be highly-charged in the political arena. Juan argues that enforcing laws, such as consequences for breaking into vehicles, and stopping public-funded distribution of alcohol and drugs must occur to slow this spiraling situation. He’s also aware that if nothing is done, homelessness will swell and businesses will close due to lack of viable store fronts; diseases such as typhus will take root; and fewer people will invest in large sections of the city - essentially leaving those areas to rot. FOLLOW DR. PERRODIN: Twitter @SafetyPhD and subscribe to The Safety Doc YouTube channel & Apple Podcasts. SAFETY DOC WEBSITE & BLOG: www.safetyphd.com. The Safety Doc Podcast is hosted & produced by David Perrodin, PhD. ENDORSEMENTS. Opinions are those of the host & guests. The show seeks to bring forward productive discourse & debate on topics relevant to personal or community safety. This is episode 137 of The Safety Doc Podcast published on 5-28-2020. Purchase Dr. Perrodin’s Book: School of Errors – Rethinking School Safety in America. www.schooloferrors.com

1hr 27mins

29 May 2020

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Juan Cabrera MFA Candidate at San Diego State University

MFA Chronicles Podcast

On this episode of the MFA Chronicles podcast we talk with Juan Cabrera. Juan is another MFA Candidate at San Diego State University finishing his third and final year as a graduate.  Juan tells us how he has been affected by the Covid-19 shut down and SDSU campus closing because of it.  We also learn about his work where it comes from and his original inspiration for it. Juan recently gave his thesis defense and tells us about the experience. I also asked Juan about his relationship with drawing and he gave us in-depth and thoughtful insights about the importance of drawing as an artist. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. If you would like to learn more about Juan please visit his website: https://juanmiguelcabrera.com/ The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and more. https://www.mfachronicles.com/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 9mins

4 May 2020

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Guayoyo Azucarado

GUAYOYO AZUCARADO LA NOTICIA CON ELEAZAR BENEDETTO ENTREVISTA CON JUAN CABRERA [Estas son las noticias más vistas de El Nacional (Caracas, 22 de abril de 2020) hora 12:00 pm] 1-[VIDEO] Maduro atacó a Sergio Novelli y lo acusó de mercenario https://bit.ly/2yxvrg4 2-Alicia Silverstone reveló lo que sufrió al participar en Batman & Robin https://bit.ly/2XTObAW 3-Las sanciones para quienes fomenten o participen de aglomeraciones durante la cuarentena https://bit.ly/2Y0h5PZ 4-[VIDEO] Así canta el Conde del Guácharo en la cola por la gasolina https://bit.ly/2XYkE9k 5-Detuvieron a una mujer en Guarenas por estafar con combos de comida https://bit.ly/3auvKFy 6-[VIDEO] El enredó de una docente en VTV que explicaba el árbol genealógico https://bit.ly/2XSuMR7 7-Investigadores aislaron coronavirus en las lágrimas de un paciente https://bit.ly/2xPgki5 8-Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU debatirá este miércoles los vínculos del régimen de Maduro con grupos irregulares https://bit.ly/2RUwYne 9-Las razones ocultas por las que millones de personas no se lavan las manos aunque puedan hacerlo https://bit.ly/2XVgwXG 10-Quentin Tarantino explica el gran fiasco de su carrera https://bit.ly/2Km1lPg 11-Los peligros que surgen del mal uso de los artículos de limpieza https://bit.ly/2VryxLy 12-Transportistas del oeste de Caracas: La cuarentena es por la gasolina | Por @ebritop22 https://bit.ly/2Vvy4rY 13-Migrantes retornados aguardan a la intemperie en el terminal de San Antonio del Táchira https://bit.ly/3cF3OAx 14-#ENOpinión ¿Por qué no hay luz en Venezuela? | Por Antonio Ledezma  https://bit.ly/2XS57YN 15-#ENOpinión El coronavirus y la globalización | Por Antonio de la Cruz https://bit.ly/2yCdr41 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/guayoyo/support


22 Apr 2020

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#19 - Buzzed Budz #2 w/ Juan Cabrera

3 Broke Budz

#19 - Buzzed Budz #2 w/ Juan Cabrera For our final episode of 2019, we have our friend Juan Cabrera in the studio! We discuss his busy life, juggling 3 businesses and a band, ghost stories, as well as aliens! Being a Buzzed Budz episode, this episode is full of burps and farts. You have been warned!! Support 3 Broke Budz by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/3-broke-budz Find out more at https://3-broke-budz.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

1hr 59mins

6 Jan 2020

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LISTEN: Hear the verdict read at Juan Cabrera's trial

From the Newsroom: The Holland Sentinel

Judge Karen Miedema instructs the jury foreman to read the verdicts facing Juan Sandro Cabrera on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 20th Circuit Court in Grand Haven.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


30 Oct 2019