A CONVERSATION WITH SENATE REPUBLICAN LEADER JOHN BRAUN AND A DISCUSSION ON POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY LEGISLATION
Senate Republican Minority Leader John Braun discusses his caucus' priorities for the 2022 legislative session. Plus, Reps. Jesse Johnson and Gina Mosbrucker discuss "follow up" police reform bills, many of them making tweaks to bills passed in 2021.
What is the "State Of Marketing & Advertising" in 2021!! with John Braun of Hitman Advertising!!
Service Without Excuses With Rob M Lyon
Lots of things have changed since the beginning of last year, a pandemic like no one alive has most likely seen, a change of guard in Washington, even major weather and climate changes. So how does this affect your small business and what do you need to know going forward into the spring of 2021. In this podcast of Season 2/ Episode 24 we discuss where and what you should be planning as part of your strategy, and where a failure to implement some of it right now can cost you both in the short and long term!! In the advertising and marketing arena things can change daily, John has a unique perspective on how thing are, and most likely going!!
John Braun: Making sense of wildfire data through visualization
Canada Foundation for Innovation
Ce balado est uniquement disponible en anglais.John Braun from the University of British Columbia will use his new data visualization lab to make sense of the complex data behind wildfire science.The fundamental goal of the John R. Evans Leaders Fund is to help universities attract and retain the world’s top researchers by giving them the tools they need to push the boundaries of their work. In the podcasts below, meet three of the leaders behind the projects receiving support from the April 2016 fund.READ: Government of Canada support for science helps attract top talent
TMO Background Mode Interview with TMO Podcaster and Journalist John Braun
John Braun is a software engineer, multiple patent holder, a Mac Observer Contributor and co-host of the Mac Observer’s podcast Mac Geek Gab (MGG). That podcast launched in 2005, and John has co-hosted 750 episodes to date. We chatted about John’s early interest in computers and science, influenced in part by his father, an engineering manager. John started off partial to chemistry, but later specialized in computers. He holds aa B.S. in Computer Engineering and an M.S. in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. John told me about early work with computer bulletin boards, his career at Pitney Bowes, how he got to know Dave Hamilton and then joined the Mac Observer, how he prepares for the weekly podcast, and all about his two current Macs and why he loves them. My Background Mode Interview with John Braun John on Twitter. John at the Mac Observer. John on Facebook. John on Instagram Support TMO when you buy your Apple gear from Apple. The story of my Background Mode podcast. TMO Background Mode Twitter feed. Archive of all Background Mode Shows. Background Mode at iTunes. Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
This time I traveled to Hays, Kansas and visited with John Braun (pronounced "Brown" I learned) who is the City Project Manager, about all the stuff happening in Hays. Man was I surprised to learn that the little town of 23,000 is bustling with activity, particularly related to infrastructure. Along the way I learned that John was once in the Air Force and he actually soloed in a T-37 jet. I've always found John to be an interesting person and this episode validated my findings. A great guy, an interesting person and in it for the long haul with the City of Hays. Be sure to subscribe to our show!
Ep. 68: State Sen. John Braun rebuts Reuven Carlyle on property taxes, plus more
Last week, state Sen. Reuven Carlyle, a Seattle Democrat, joined The Overcast and attacked Washington's new school-funding plan as too reliant on property taxes and too burdensome for Puget Sound communities. This week, state Sen. Johh Braun, a Centralia Republican, tells his side of the story. Braun helped draw up the funding plan.
Rule 11 Podcast: College Football Officiating Conversations
Our conversation with John, includes his path to the Big12 conference, his past season (which included a bowl game assignment) and the Email Rules Exchange competition that he mediates. We also discuss the role of camps/clinics. There is a lot of good information and insight from John in this conversation. Email Rules Exchange Info The Email Rules Exchange is a great way to get better at the rules. We highly recommend participating. If you're interested, simply email John at firstname.lastname@example.org and say you'd like to be added to the Email Rules Exchange. Camps mention in this episode: Stars and Stripes Academy Tait-Consul Football Officiating Camp (Listen to Conversation 3) Central Arkansas Camp West Texas Camp Quote of the week Seek first to understand, then to be understood - Stephen CoveySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)
The Video Voter's Guide is a community production of Thurston Community Television. Every election season the local candidates are invited to give a 3 minute speech to the voters on our community channel 77. John Braun is running for State Senator for District 20.