Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis, Maurice De Hond, a Dutch tech entrepreneur and well known pollster, has been involved in data analysis as a way to explore the way the virus spreads. His degree in Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam has given him the expertise to understand how we survive this nightmare.
De Hond writes daily articles on the subject in his blog, maurice.nl. In the Netherlands, he is the most important critic of the policy of the Dutch CDC and the WHO. He appears frequently on TV shows, and in newspapers, as a trusted reliable source.
Listen carefully to what De Hond has to say about measuring the inside air around you. Steve Greenberg and Lois Whitman-Hess capture it all on “Lying on the Beach On Camera.”
You may have seen one and not even known it and now Peacock, NBC’s new streaming channel has a series called “The Capture” — it is all about how an incriminating security video might actually be fake video.
So how do we know what to believe? That brings us to Peter Sisson and YAZA, a new platform that authenticates the place, time, and creator of each video. Yaza calls it “Certified Reality.”
Why are so many experiencing a rash of skin problems? Is it from Covid or just staying at home?
LOBOC’s Lois Whitman-Hess and Steve Greenberg go to an expert in the field to find out why are we scratching so much.
Steve Mandy MD, is an internationally known dermatologist. As a photographer, painter, and sculptor, Steve Mandy’s approach to cosmetic dermatology is fortunately with an artist’s eye.
He completed his residencies at Johns Hopkins University and University of Miami and earned a medical degree at George Washington University. Dr. Mandy is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, a founding member and past president of the Florida Society of Dermatologic Surgeons and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. He is also a Volunteer Professor of Dermatology at University of Miami.
Known as “Dermatologist to the Stars” while in Aspen, Colorado, he continued to hone his skills and artist’s eye toward the current procedures in cosmetic dermatology.
Today, our extra special guest is Alex Nuñez, Program Manager at the Fountainhead Residency, host of the podcast “Sunday Painter” and most known for her pop culture compositions and large scale paintings filled with explosions of color, texture, and sheen.
She has more degrees than the hot sun of Miami, BA from Loyola University, she completed international workshops at Firenze Arti Visive, Florence and Metàfora, Barcelona. She received her Post-baccalaureate diploma from School of the Museum of Fine Firenze Arti Visive, Florence and Metafora, Barcelona. She also received her Post Baccalaureate Diploma from SMFA, Boston and MFA from Hunter College. Upon completion, she was awarded the C12 Emerging Artist Fellowship.
We know that many of our “Lying on the Beach” podcast audience is very concerned about the value of their stocks in the market today. That’s why we invited financial advisor, Lonny Greenberg, to speak with co-hosts Steve Greenberg and Lois Whitman-Hess, about the status of the stock market during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
Lonny Greenberg is a Senior Wealth Advisor who focuses on providing strategic financial advice and innovative wealth planning solutions to his clients at Mariner Wealth Advisors.
Lonny was with Singer Xenos and a few years ago he was trading fixed income securities in New York with Cantor Fitzgerald’s Debt Capital markets division. Lonny received a bachelor’s degree in finance from Indiana University and a master’s of business administration degree from the University of Florida. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional.
Even though the Beaches are closed,
Steve and Lois are still “Lying on the Beach,” but in our homes.
Working from home— stuck at home— it
has never been more important than right now to become digitally focused — and
to talk more about that— this week we are honored to be joined by Shelly Palmer
on our podcast.
Shelly Palmer was named LinkedIn’s Top Voice in Technology. He is CEO of The Palmer Group, a consulting practice that helps Fortune 500 companies with technology, media and marketing. He is the co-host of “Think About This” on the Westwood One Podcast Network. He covers tech and business for Good Day New York, writes a weekly column for Adweek, and appears frequently as a commentator on CNN and CNBC.
Shelly Palmer shares his
vast digital experience with the listeners of the Lying on the Beach
Allen Hirsch, a renowned New York City artist, has made every available smartphone much more user friendly and accommodating. No more dropping your phone and losing data. The new HANDL Stick, from $10 to $20, (depending on the materials used), attaches to the back of your phone (or case) with an adhesive strip. The strip is stronger than Popeye and the patented brace and elastic system makes your phone feel like it is floating in your hand. .
Why are we interviewing Allen? We love the HANDL Stick and want everyone to know about it. Allen is a close friend who deserves credit for connecting a painter’s artistic touch to the most advantageous way to hold your cell. HANDL Stick also allows you to use landscape or in portrait mode. The Stick gives you a hands free option for desk use.
Steve Greenberg, a TV personality and Lois Whitman-Hess, a PR expert, interview Allen on their podcast, “Lying on the Beach,” because they got the exclusive information on this marvelous and affordable invention.
CES 2020 — It’s the largest tech conference in the world and “Lying on the Beach’s” Steve Greenberg and Lois Whitman-Hess were there checking out some of the latest high tech wonders. That was not an easy feat. In this case we should say “feet.” CES featured 15 miles of aisles with innovative products. It was like visiting a small city and touring every building. We tell you all about it.