Mind Your Language: How To Speak ?shark’
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"[It] helps dispel inherent assumptions that sharks are ravenous, mindless man-eating monsters," Leonardo Guida, a shark researcher at the Australian Marine Conservation Society, told the Sydney Morning Herald recently.
The suggested change in language has garnered some pushback: One individual whose profile says they are based in the Australian city of Darwin tweeted: "They say sharks that bite humans do so by mistake thinking your some type of seal or fish. Sadly too many people in Australia and around the world have lost their lives due to shark mistakes. Meanwhile getting your arm bitten by a shark will still feel like an 'attack' to me."
Dipping your toes into the ocean before jumping is smarter than you think, as is practicing the delivery of your presentation. Do a tech run with your event moderator using the webinar platform just as you would do a full dress rehearsal of your Shark Tank episode in front of your family. Work out all the kinks for the potential unplanned mishaps. Keep in mind jumping into a webroom without preparing is not only obvious to the sharks, but it will make them mad.
Flexibility is important during webinars, especially if you are emphasizing that your event will be engaging. If a Shark has a question during your presentation, consider answering it during a transition between sections of the event. Keep in mind, if you plan to engage with the audience with polls, surveys and questions during the event, your presentation should be created with agility in mind as well, sections should be shorter, and you should be able to cut areas to fit within your promised time frame.
Consider all the questions that the audience might ask -even the ones you might not know how to answer. To get started during the webinar Q&A, provide the moderator with a few seeded questions that you know how to answer, and that will re-emphasize your expertise in the subject. Keep in mind that if a Shark asks you a direct question, give them a direct answer. If you don't know the answer, be honest and tell them you will find the answer and get back to them. (This could also provide you with a great follow up email, blog and conversation with the attendee after the event is over).
Parents need to know that Sharkdog is a fast-paced animated series about a kid named Max (voiced by Liam Mitchell) and his adventures with his new best friend, Sharkdog (Dee Bradley Baker). Sharkdog is (you guessed it!) a mix of a shark and a dog, with the ability to speak and understand Max's commands. Integrating humor, teamwork, and strategy, the show follows Max as he works with his human friends Royce (Aly Mawji) and Olivia (Judy Alice Lee) to try to keep Sharkdog a secret and cover up his many messes. Although it's not based in clear educational concepts, the show is adventure-filled and fun.
SHARKDOG follows the chaotic and silly adventures of 10-year-old Max (voiced by Liam Mitchell) and his new best friend. When Max's parents reject his pleas to buy him a dog, he's stunned when he accidentally finds a half-dog, half-shark (who can speak) on his first day of summer vacation. Immediately curious about and thrilled by his new friend, he promises to keep Sharkdog (Dee Bradley Baker) safe. But that's easier said than done! Max decides to keep Sharkdog a secret from his parents and out of the hands of Foggy Spring's legendary Captain Quigley (Liz Burnette). Will Max succeed, or will Sharkdog's wave of chaos give him away?
Families can talk about how Max's best friend is very unique, because he's both a shark and a dog -- who can also talk. Think about your two favorite animals and combine them in a drawing. What would you name this new animal mix? Can your new animal talk like Sharkdog?
Phishing can also be a targeted attack focused on a specific individual. The attacker often tailors an email to speak directly to you, and includes information only an acquaintance would know. An attacker usually gets this information after gaining access to your personal data. If the email is this type, it is very difficult for even the most cautious of recipients not to become a victim. PhishMe Research determined that ransomware accounts for over 97% of all phishing emails.
Something else to keep in mind when naming variables, is that they are case-sensitive, meaning that my_int, MY_INT, My_Int, and mY_iNt are all completely different variables. You should avoid using similar variable names within a program to ensure that both you and your current and future collaborators can keep your variables straight. 2b1af7f3a8