18 Burst results for "1G"

"1g" Discussed on Generation Xbox - Your Home for Xbox Series X News and Opinions!

Generation Xbox - Your Home for Xbox Series X News and Opinions!

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"1g" Discussed on Generation Xbox - Your Home for Xbox Series X News and Opinions!

"I mean I still haven't played it and I know and I know you want to and I feel for you cuz I know someday you're going to do it. But yeah, I know we've had people in our discourse community that have defended it, right? And so they've actually had a lot of fun with it. And that's great. I'm really truly happy. If I'm not going to argue with them, for maybe like there should be such a slam-dunk there's such a wealth of like content there from the comics over time that you can bring in new interesting. Anyway you can create new things you can do so much stuff with this and at the end of the day it's just not there. So I don't like, I don't know what the right answer Choice. Early is what I will say this to kind of close out and this kind of comes full circle Hindu conversation, we had, you know, on the show maybe a month or two ago. But I feel like the company that's quietly done. A decent job with this. By the way, I'll say I think 1G has to, as well as you can with the model they were making up. It went pretty much, but I mean that's quietly. Gotten better and better at this. Over time is rare. Yeah. We're seeing thieves. Because early honesty is one of the most frustrating things was if you just wanted to go out with your friends and have a good time and get Loot and you know, do some missions and laugh and whatever like you get grief by the ticket office and then it makes it no fun, right? Well they took measures to separate those groups right and make it harder for that to happen to and then they took other measures to make competitive or play and just kind of go have fun modes, right? And things like that. And they've made a world that is accessible to everyone and still fun for everyone to do in their own way. And I think they don't get the credit for that sometimes what they might deserve. And this wasn't all like a a plan to give rare credit but I actually just saw them as we're talking about it cuz I was searching my mind for somebody doesn't well. But I don't know why. I don't know how you take as safety. Was a totally different type of game than Destiny or, you know. So, I don't know how you do it, but I am with you. I think it's hard out for Square Enix to really high-end. I mean, they can, they can say, if this is our next big thing..

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"1g" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

02:28 min | 5 months ago

"1g" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"And I think was that, in the first quarter, by the way trip, I don't trust her second. I was, it's all right to me at this point. Cuz I remember you got in my text. I had missed the like first eight minutes of the game because I had Philly on and had lost track. So I was pretty devastated about that part. Tried run. Yeah. Well, I mean, there are some things, there's some interesting things and we can get into it a little bit more later, but I went through and I found the the box score from last year's game, one against Portland office, and there are a shocking number of parallels between that game and this one. Okay, so if we're going through it here, so 1990, this 1G last year was a hundred to 93. So a really bad offensive game, the Lakers shot 16% from 3 and 65% from the free throw line last year off and it was like twenty six sixty. And this one. So also really bad, Damian Lillard had 34 points, Devin Booker tonight, had 34 points and Javale McGee and Dwight Howard were both really bad and on drum, and really bad. And the Lakers did not adjust out of that last year. So a lot of parallels going between last year's game. In this year's game one. It's it is a little different because of where the Lakers are in the in the seating, the team that they're playing, there's a lot of differences. But but there is some parallel that may say, hey, Frank Vogel month, he knows what happened today. Yeah, I mean, when you think about that, I think back to that game, I seem to remember the Blazers just pack in the paint like crazy and daring the Lakers to beat them with their shoe. And that's kind of what we saw today from the sun's, I mean, look at the Lakers shooting percentage is 44% from the field 27% from 3, sixty 1% from the line, you can't win that way. You can't now for a turnover is not as bad as we've seen in some games, didn't dominate on the offensive glass. But but yeah. You if you shoot that poorly and you're playing up against a team that wants to pack the paint against you, which is just what we saw in game, one against Portland, you're in trouble. So you got to find better looks but I don't want to, I don't want to just not discuss this. I think there's something we need to get into here and it kind of plays off of the Dead. Dang it plays off of ghazala Transit and all of that..

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"1g" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"1g" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Still not sure odd still no Sherrod Sherrod. We're gonna have to boot you and come back because right now we already got a waitress. Yeah, it's nice man. He's gotta talk about a plan for social jump off and come back and we'll continue on a little bit. Yeah this seems like we really hearing for four minutes or even the system said it would nice there goes there goes Rock and Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 1G. We lost it on G off. Everyone's telling me to mute Bobby now the only good thing I'm not going to like I mostly like it does look like broccoli. It does seem broken off. Yeah. Yeah, we can't do that. We can't do that. All right, we don't have like You got the man was looking right. Looking like I get paid going to hit the set story that something you guys prepared. Do you guys are selling I'll keep a. I'm like you still can't hear me. Yeah, they're messing with you man. I can get you out but I don't know if I'm on YouTube in Chestnut myself. Yeah, we think we've got plenty of yes, we will continue on that sounds like a mad Celtics fan. I would not say anything about a certain player for Vanderbilt, but she knows everybody Randy Smith and we want to give him his do we heard it but you guys didn't hear it. So by all means Sherrod go. No, I'm not going to do it. No doubt this fall this fall season. He Renee Smith next year. He'll be better. That's it. I'm not seeing anything more about it. Well, no, the one thing I did want to say what your Rod said. I was gonna try to mime it for you guys. But what's your Rod did say what sharrod so this is my only concern with Nesmith. And again, I wanted to see him because I thought it was better than the alternative. They were trotting out there for a while and then we did see it and now I don't want to see him anymore. So I I agree next year is probably I don't it's it makes me sad but true he what he needs to no worries. He's main but what worries me the most is what Sherrod said is. Yes, he only played all of that stuff. He only played eleven college game is definitely something that you could say is why you know, okay, maybe he you know, he's just lacking in experience. But also I fear that possibly the Celtics were due back by buying into a cuz he had a year before that that was that was good. It wasn't as good. So he comes out and shoots 50% from 3 / an 11-game stretch and everyone's like wow, he's just he's he's the best shooter in the draft and it's like wait a second. That's a very small sample size. If you played Thirty games last year, you know or whatever might you have felt differently and if you saw him over time, yep. He might have been a second round pick. So I've jumped jumped out. Yeah, that's my fear. Is that that the sample size is so small that they really got duped by the way, people are saying they can't they know he's also the example of a guy who's just a little bit older has one skill not a ton of room for growth seemingly. I mean, she can't imagine him possibly finding a different role in the NBA or growing a little bit. But ultimately he wasn't seen as a raw talent who has all this room that grow. He's still certainly am but he was Vision being a guy who was going to impact right away fit in he filled a need on this roster and that certainly could have been a view that was wrong perhaps he did need a bunch more development when it comes to dribbling certain..

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"1g" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"1g" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Kicking in the one I want the 1G. It's gone. Let's go back that. That's a nice new addition to the system there hitting traffic. That was a joke. That's a joke graphic by producer, but it's funny. It's great that it's great to just wave us off the brake it in but we're doing a segment. I used this as a launching point for a segment on the show about how hey there's people inside the NBA are talking of guys, you know, she's itching and and and yabu is Big players and Mannix was on and I was telling him about the segment and I was like, yeah and we're going to talk about yabu. And I told them this writer said it and he looked at me and goes off. I can't play and I was like what and they're like, oh no, he's terrible and I was like what I was like, what do you mean? I was like we keep being told that he's good and they're like, oh no, he's bad. He's like and they know he's bad and I was like Thursday the 1st, you just burst my bubble completely cuz I was like I was buying I was ready to buy it. I was like, this is so cool. I can't wait to see him and he was like, oh no. Yeah boo can't play dead. I heard and and that and that oversees Stashia that was not good for him from everything. I've heard. It's that's a tough thing where you get to send guys took these so you don't know where you don't have that conversation that camaraderie with the club that's developing them. That's why they're trying to push the G League away. It is who knows what the G league would have done for a guy like him if they were just able to keep him off both in their system and develop a little bit. It's not sure but I don't think I don't think that would sound like you've got the anonymous voice modulator going but sure go for it..

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"1g" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"1g" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"I mean like we're just kind of like, okay, like I feel like I'm pretty good at like adjusted on the Fly, you know, so like I'm just going to go in there and do my thing and like wherever it kind of goes It goes and like, you know say after the 1st. If I lose it I get taken out of my Cheyenne and I get the ship me out of me the first round like we're gonna go back to the corner we're going to like recoup and like we're going to come up another game plan. I mean the same stuff happens with sparring, you know, it's like I'm Gonna Fly 5 a.m. Barring in the first round say, you know blowing us a guy or a girl who fuks me up like, all right. Let's fucking change the whole game plan for that next round and like so we do that shit in the gym all the time, you know, so like of course you have plenty plenty plenty, but like I said, you should be able to jump from sea to a to be too like you should be able to adjust some like trust your coach. And in that sense, you know, I feel like a lot of times like specifically like, well, actually she worked with Tyler a lot in the past month. So I know Tyler really. Well, that's my foot's now and I know how he is and like he like he tells you to do you like just cuz she's the Striking girl. She's not like hey go in there and knock this bitch off. Yeah. I mean, he's like, oh they're do you if that's getting a takedown that's getting a take out if that's not going to it's not going out. That's a 5 or 3 round decision. You know what I mean? Like he's super cool about so I mean, I think some coaches will like kind of have any ego and be like 1G or striking coached. I want you to knock her out. But as far as Tyler goes like know like he wants you to play a new strings for.

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"1g" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

College Esports QuickTake

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

"Quick Tech presented by E Sports Network in the past. We've looked at espa and nice and the NaCl and the NCAA in many more. But today instead of a four letter acronym that starts with N. We're going to look at the electronic gaming Federation bought a used this episode last Tuesday, when the electronic gaming Federation or EGF announced a three-year deal with the biggies to create contest between schools. The Big East is a massive and important conference and this deal is worth more substantial bets on one of the independent College e-sports organizers we've ever seen so who is the Big East new partner? They claim to be the official governing body for D1 Collegiate High School sports and youth sports, but so do eight other companies give or take a few literally as I'm writing this I got an email that face. It has just launched a college leagues and three e sports. Like I said, this is a crowded space and I'll cover that song. On in the news tomorrow for EGF they've been around since 2015 kinda that was the year Tyler schrodt the founder of the company started running Esports tournaments out of his dorm room. They've grown quickly though. I made your Partnerships. We covered the Big East news, but TGIF also have a five-year partnership with Walt Disney. That's the host the Walt Disney World EGF High School National Championship. That's a big deal. Well other college Esports operators seem intent on casting a wide net to bring in as many schools as possible. EGF is primarily focused on major institutions around the country. They ran a power five Invitational which was 1G LSU with Florida State being the runner-up. There is one issue with that strategy as we covered at length of the program Spotlight. That's at the major power 5 schools. EG the schools whose traditional sports teams compete neither of the Pack 12 volt 10 big 12-sec. Your ACC don't have nearly as much infrastructure for Esports as smaller schools do it's not Alabama and USC who run ecology sports. Like they run college sports. It's UC Irvine in Maryville that may change in time. But for now smaller schools actually create the best Esports teams, even if they're total student population is much lower EGF has clear goals and massive Partners. So there should be a major player in the space for a long time to come. That's it for the ecology Sports quick Tech. I'll be back tomorrow with the in the news talking face it..

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"1g" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"Your land and for me very shortly afterwards. Once you get re adapted to this 1G environment you forget and then I'm trying to remember what is it actually like to to float like that and and to be in that in that kind of environment, so I have time Say that that's what I'm looking forward to again. Now training for crew one has been unique Mike in Victor actually started training early on but then late editions Shannon and sweet. She came later on in the mission home. Here's my talking about what training experience has been like and how the crew has been bonding as they prepare for crew one. Yeah it so, you know Victor and I we got assigned over two years ago life and and so we've had an opportunity to to spend a lot of time together training out at Hawthorne training here in Houston, and and part of that actual has been going through some of the development verification testing of this new vehicle. And at the same time going through the the the new training program if you will with SpaceX and the crew dragon and so that was that was fantastic. But and and then though we thought that we were going to get we expected I guess that we were going to have late adds to the crew. And and so that that proved true it it took a while before final decisions were made by Arc was going to be like and and so when Shannon it's a Ouija we're added, you know, we had to have to be some ketchup right? We didn't have the same kind of opportunities offered to to Bond as a crew to figure out how to work together as a crew, you know, Victor and I have had that chance to you know, we kind of know what each other is thinking and and when when one of us is silent for one of us is saying something a certain way we kind of understand where they're going with it. We didn't have that with Shannon to Ichi. And and so it's actually a job. Together quite well though as a crew one of the things that that Victor and I wanted to make sure we did is bring in Shannon and sweetie and make them a part of the crew, you know, they sit in the pub side seats on the vehicle and they don't have a lot of access to the controls or information on the vehicle. But we have committed to making sure they know as much we share much information as we can because quite frankly as I mentioned earlier. Both of them are less see trained in the soyuz or they're extremely experienced and and so even though they may not be able to access the controls. They should have a lot of insights and and we've certainly taken advantage of that as a crew and and so I feel like over the last few months. We've we've really jelled an income together as a crew and so I'm very excited to get on orbit with all of them. Now Mike this is obviously an incredibly historical bishan. It's quite an inspiration and I just have to say you've come a long way from growing up on a farm in, Missouri. Yep. Swinging you. What advice would you give to kids or younger adults out there who want to become an astronaut? You know, I think the advice I give is anything is possible and you know it doesn't it doesn't matter where you come from, What's your what's your background is if it's a dream of yours and and and you work hard at it you pursue it. You know, this is one of the things I really love about being on this flight with Victor, you know Victor and I come from different places in in the United States. I come from a farm in Middle, Missouri Victor comes from l a month, you know kind of the inner city and yet if you look at our life Journeys, they are very very similar and both of us went to college and and and played Sports in college. We both came into the military we both got into this line. We both got into flight test and we both have ended up here at Nasa and we're both getting ready to step on this rocket at the same time. So I think hopefully that the, you know, maybe not just me but maybe the combination of all four of us really can show people all across the country no matter where you come from. No matter what your background is that that point in space is a possibility now crew dragon is an amazing spacecraft. Obviously a lot different than the soyuz that might flew a few years ago. Here's my time out what excites him about crew Dragon, you know, I am very excited about really just the whole capsule itself and and our interface with that vehicle the you know, the three touchscreen displays that we had it just provides an amazing amount of flexibility for us to operate the vehicle in a way that works for us is a query and and so and and that's been fun. And I and I'm really looking forward to executing that on Orbitz and and seeing you know, seeing that all the the ways the techniques the Dead. We've been training for the last two years, you know, seeing them actually play out in space. No Mike mentioned before here. It's been a while since you've been in Space the last time you went you spent five and half months, which is incredible. But one thing I loved hearing about is when you came back, you know, you enjoy the simple things like rain. I'm just wondering what do you think you're going to miss the most during this long duration flight the same page. We just have the tropical storm roll through here. What a couple of weeks ago, I think and you know, those kind of things obviously there's sometimes there's the front page. With that flooding very challenging on some on some people but I got to tell you what you just said when the rain was coming down. I took a step out in my backyard and and I just stood in the rain for a little bit because I know I'm not going to have that opportunity for a while. And so, you know clearly your I'm going to mess my family that I am going to miss things like the job. There and and the environment and and just the people and and everything about being a part of life down here on Earth. Now anyone who follows a space program knows that delays are inevitable they always happen but with crew one coming up currently scheduled for the end of this month got our fingers crossed on that one. Finally this mission is coming to life. So here's why I talked about how he feels about that. You know, it feels good. But I would say that most astronauts are probably going to tell you it doesn't feel great until the rocket actually lights. I know you're going uphill even even for my first flight on the silliest people often ask me about, you know, we nervous on the launch pad and and all of that kind of stuff and you are but you know, when when the office actually launches one of the feelings, at least I certainly had and I suspect others need to add a little bit of relief because there are so many reasons why you might not get to fly. You can get sick you get hurt them. Needs could change and you could get pulled off of that mission. So that kind of feeling is always there whether it's with NASA or whether it's with you know, one of these new commercial commercial vehicles on a hand. I would also say though that from the beginning we do our launch date was what's going to change some and and it was going to move around a little bit. And so we you know, there's always that same expectations. And so we had that expectation that our launch date was going to move a little bit and and so when it does happen, I think it's if it's not a surprise to you. It makes life easier to deal with it. So in this case, you know, I think they they put out that our launch date it slipped from the 23rd of October to.

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"1g" Discussed on Your Space Journey

Your Space Journey

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Your Space Journey

"Good expectations moving forward Mike. It's been more than six years since you travel through space just putting in most looking forward to this time. It has been a while. What am I looking forward to I'm looking for a job. Too. Well, there's two answers to that. The first answer is and I think that's for most every space flyer is you look forward for a sacred time. And but also I got to say really am looking forward to floating again. I remember before my first launch dreaming imagining what was floating would be life. What living in that micro gravity environment would be like and and then you get there and it's incredible. It's amazing. It's this idea that there's no other down and then what's amazing is you get used to it and and you you know, that becomes the norm but then what's sad is your land and for me very shortly afterwards. Once you get re adapted to this 1G environment you forget and then I'm trying to remember what is it actually like to to float like that and to be in that in kind of environment, so I have time Say that that's what I'm looking forward to again. Now training for crew one has been unique Mike in Victor actually started training early on but then late editions Shannon and sweet. She came later on in the mission home. Here's my talking about what training experience has been like and how the crew has been bonding as they prepare for crew one. Yeah it so, you know Victor and I we got assigned over two years ago life and so we've had an opportunity to spend a lot of time together training out at Hawthorne training here in Houston, and and part of that actual has been going through some of the development verification testing of this new vehicle. And at the same time going through the the new training program if you will with SpaceX and the crew dragon and so that was was fantastic. But and then though we thought that we were going to get we expected I guess that we were going to have late adds to the crude. And and so that that proved true it took a while before final decisions were made by Arc was going to be like and and so when Shannon it's a Ouija we're added, you know, we had to have be some ketchup right? We didn't have the same kind of opportunities to to Bond as a crew to figure out how to work together as a crew, you know, Victor and I have had that chance to you know, we kind of know what each other is thinking and and when one of us is silent for one of us is saying something a certain way we kind of understand where they're going with it. We didn't have that with Shannon to Ichi and and so it's actually off. Together quite well though as a crew one of the things that that Victor and I wanted to make sure we did is bring in Shannon and sweetie and make them a part of the crew, you know, they sit in the back side seats on the vehicle and they don't have a lot of access to the controls or information on the vehicle. But we have committed to making sure they know as much we shared not much information as we can because quite frankly as I mentioned earlier. Both of them are less see trained in the soyuz or they're extremely experienced and so even though they may not be able to access the controls. They should have a lot of insights and we've certainly taken advantage of that as a crew and so I feel like over the last few months. We've we've really jelled an income together as a crew and so I'm very excited to get on order with all of them. Now Mike this is obviously an incredibly historical bishan. It's quite an inspiration and I just have to say you've come a long way from growing up on a farm in, Missouri. Yep. Swinging you. What advice would you give to kids or younger adults out there who want to become an astronaut? You know, I think the advice I give is anything possible and you know it doesn't it doesn't matter where you come from birth. What's your what's background is if it's a dream of yours and and and you work hard at it you pursue it. You know, this is one of the things I really love about being on this flight with Victor, you know Victor and I come from different places in the United States. I come from a farm in Middle, Missouri Victor comes from l a month, you know kind of the inner city and yet if you look at our life Journeys, they are very very similar and both of us went to college and and and played Sports in college. We both came into the military we both got into this line. We both got into flight test and we both have ended up here at Nasa and we're both getting ready to step on this rocket at the same time. So I think hopefully that the, you know, maybe not just me but maybe the combination of all four of us really can show people all across the country no matter where you come from. No matter what your background is that that point in space is a possibility now crew dragon is an amazing spacecraft. Obviously a lot different than the soyuz that might flew a few years ago. Here's my time out what excites him about crew Dragon, you know, I am very excited about really just the whole capsule itself and our interface with that vehicle the you know, the three touchscreen displays that we had it just provides an amazing amount of flexibility for us to operate the vehicle in a way that works for us is a query and and so and that's been fun. And I and I'm really looking forward to executing that on Orbitz and and seeing you know, seeing that all the the ways the techniques the Dead. We've been training for the last two years, you know, seeing them actually play out in space. No Mike mentioned before here. It's been a while since you've been in Space the last time you went spent five and half months, which is incredible. But one thing I loved hearing about is when you came back, you know, you enjoy the simple things like rain. I'm just wondering what do you think you're going to miss the most during this long duration flight the same page. We just have the tropical storm rolled through here. What a couple of weeks ago, I think and you know, those kind of things obviously there's sometimes there's time.. Without flooding very.

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"1g" Discussed on Your Space Journey

Your Space Journey

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Your Space Journey

"Good expectations moving forward Mike. It's been more than six years since you travel through space just putting in most looking forward to this time. It has been a while. What am I looking forward to I'm looking for a job. Too. Well, there's two answers to that. The first answer is and I think that's for for most every space flyer is you look forward for a sacred time. And but also I got to say I really am looking forward to floating again. I remember before my first launch dreaming imagining what was floating would be life. What living in that micro gravity environment would be like and and then you get there and it's incredible. It's amazing. It's this this idea that there's no other down and and then what's amazing is you get used to it and and you you know, that becomes the norm but then what's sad is your land and for me very shortly afterwards. Once you get re adapted to this 1G environment you forget and then I'm trying to remember what is it actually like to to float like that and and to be in that in that kind of environment, so I have time Say that that's what I'm looking forward to again. Now training for crew one has been unique Mike in Victor actually started training early on but then late editions Shannon and sweet. She came later on in the mission home. Here's my talking about what training experience has been like and how the crew has been bonding as they prepare for crew one. Yeah it so, you know Victor and I we got assigned over two years ago life and and so we've had an opportunity to to spend a lot of time together training out at Hawthorne training here in Houston, and and part of that actual has been going through some of the development verification testing of this new vehicle. And at the same time going through the the the new training program if you will with SpaceX and the crew dragon and so that was that was fantastic. But and and then though we thought that we were going to get we expected I guess that we were going to have late adds to the crude. And and so that that proved true it it took a while before final decisions were made by Arc was going to be like and and so when Shannon it's a Ouija we're added, you know, we had to have to be some ketchup right? We didn't have the same kind of opportunities to to Bond as a crew to figure out how to work together as a crew, you know, Victor and I have had that chance to you know, we kind of know what each other is thinking and and when when one of us is silent for one of us is saying something a certain way we kind of understand where they're going with it. We didn't have that with Shannon to Ichi and and so it's actually off. Together quite well though as a crew one of the things that that Victor and I wanted to make sure we did is bring in Shannon and sweetie and make them a part of the crew, you know, they sit in the back side seats on the vehicle and they don't have a lot of access to the controls or information on the vehicle. But we have committed to making sure they know as much we shared not much information as we can because quite frankly as I mentioned earlier. Both of them are less see trained in the soyuz or they're extremely experienced and and so even though they may not be able to access the controls. They should have a lot of insights and and we've certainly taken advantage of that as a crew and and so I feel like over the last few months. We've we've really jelled an income together as a crew and so I'm very excited to get on order with all of them. Now Mike this is obviously an incredibly historical bishan. It's quite an inspiration and I just have to say you've come a long way from growing up on a farm in, Missouri. Yep. Swinging you. What advice would you give to kids or younger adults out there who want to become an astronaut? You know, I think the advice I give is anything is possible and you know it doesn't it doesn't matter where you come from birth. What's your what's your background is if it's a dream of yours and and and you work hard at it you pursue it. You know, this is one of the things I really love about being on this flight with Victor, you know Victor and I come from different places in in the United States. I come from a farm in Middle, Missouri Victor comes from l a month, you know kind of the inner city and yet if you look at our life Journeys, they are very very similar and both of us went to college and and and played Sports in college. We both came into the military we both got into this line. We both got into flight test and we both have ended up here at Nasa and we're both getting ready to step on this rocket at the same time. So I think hopefully that the, you know, maybe not just me but maybe the combination of all four of us really can show people all across the country no matter where you come from. No matter what your background is that that point in space is a possibility now crew dragon is an amazing spacecraft. Obviously a lot different than the soyuz that might flew a few years ago. Here's my time out what excites him about crew Dragon, you know, I am very excited about really just the whole capsule itself and and our interface with that vehicle the you know, the three touchscreen displays that we had it just provides an amazing amount of flexibility for us to operate the vehicle in a way that works for us is a query and and so and and that's been fun. And I and I'm really looking forward to executing that on Orbitz and and seeing you know, seeing that all the the ways the techniques the Dead. We've been training for the last two years, you know, seeing them actually play out in space. No Mike mentioned before here. It's been a while since you've been in Space the last time you went you spent five and half months, which is incredible. But one thing I loved hearing about is when you came back, you know, you enjoy the simple things like rain. I'm just wondering what do you think you're going to miss the most during this long duration flight the same page. We just have the tropical storm rolled through here. What a couple of weeks ago, I think and you know, those kind of things obviously there's sometimes there's there's time.. Without flooding very challenging on.

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"1g" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"Mike thank you so much for joining me. Appreciate it. Absolutely. I'm happy to be here. Well, we appreciate we're looking forward to your flight now. I understand. This is your first time commanding and as a page news spacecraft the crew Dragon just if I can ask what's been the most challenging for you as you've prepared for this Mission as Commander. Well, that's interesting. I think certainly on this in particular case. There's there's been challenges along the way but at the same time a lot of those challenges have been external if you will. So, how do you keep how do you keep training do age of a pandemic? How do you how do you get ready for a space flight with some of those restrictions on it? And so I think that's probably been one of the biggest challenges sure. I am on the other hand the great thing about being a commander is if you realize you don't have to do everything yourself and we've got an incredible crew with a lot of experience on it off. And and so that has has made some of those challenges easier to deal with and get through because you know, you are able to fall back on and not just took my experiences but their experiences as well. And when I say that you know, when you look I've got a Victor as a rookie space flyer, but but Victor is not a rookie in my mind. He brings a lot of operational experience to the table and then I have relied heavily on his experience as well as Shannon and saluggi's Mike if I can I'm a fellow Christian and I loved hearing how you took convenient regular during your last trip to the whole process special from the couple. I was just wondering do you plan on taking the you're Chris again? And can you tell us how going to space has impacted your faith? Yes, I do plan on taking the eclipse again, you know for me having Having the Eucharist having the body of Christ with me on space is it helps you get through some of those stressful times? It helps you get through some of those times where you may feel a little vulnerable, right? Because for me knowing that Jesus is with me that helps me understand that I don't need to worry that no matter what happens that that I'm going to be. Okay, and so I think it's in those moments those Reflections those and you know, that's when it's the quiet times and sometimes that's the harder times right when when you're out there and you're doing it whether it's a spacewalk or whether your caps are in a vehicle or doing a science on board, you know, get pretty busy and you're occupied. It's it's those moments when you get to either sit back and think about it before or after that that I need to rely on that date now. Mike was also asked about his overall role as commander on this Mission home. And how that will be different compared to what doug Hurley faced on demo to which launched a few months ago. Here's my talking about that being the commander on who dragon is is a little bit I think new for us here at Nasa and what I mean by that, you know, we've been relying on the Russian soyuz to to get the space station for a long time now and and that always has a Russian cosmonauts as the commander on and you may have one of the you know, the US person that's on the vehicle may be the commander of the space station, but we in general have never had to work for quite a while now worried about the the commander of the vehicle that that taking you there. And and so that's what's making it a little bit interesting in the sense of I am the commander of the of the issue one drug and vehicles, but once I crossed that hatch and I crossed into the International Space Station, yes, I stayed commander of that vehicle and making sure it's ready to go at any time. To to leave the space station, but at that point I am right now just another one of the the engineers working on board under the under commander of the International Space Station and so kind of balancing mass of making sure that you're ready to go on the launch vehicle. But then also making sure you're ready to go for this long-duration mission on a national space station and balancing those two those two demands have has been a little bit challenging one of the things that has made that a little bit easier is we we have an amazing crew. We have an experienced group and and so there has not been a lot of difficulties in that sense. You know, I've been able to rely on all of their experiences even and I mentioned this earlier even Victor who's a month. Hey Ricky space wire, but he brings an awful lot of operational experience with him and I certainly relied on that as well. And I was also asked if he has any conversations with Doug and Bob from demo mode. And what advice they gave them for this Mission. Here's my talking about that. Yeah, absolutely. One of the nice things we had an opportunity to speak with both of them probably about a week after they got on orbit off so that in all the launch and the Rendezvous and the docking will still fairly fresh in their mind. And then we you know after they landed it probably was a little bit longer before we had a chance to talk them, but we did get to hear their thoughts on the undocked and the and the deorbit entry and Landing phases of it as well and the recovery operations and you know, the thing that is great about those conversations is you get to hear about the little things that are never going to come up in a training program and it's things like the noises the the feeling vibrations the things of that nature that that helps set your expectations. And so one of the interesting things of course with the sole use is we've got years and and years of people flying it and so yep. Have this galaxy book out there that that tells you pretty much every step of the way what you can expect from some of these little details on talking about and so this is still new and and so. Bob and Doug have given us some some insight on that and and so I think we've taken that to heart and and so hopefully, you know, we hit some of those moments we won't be surprised but we hear or feel and and then you know, our goal is to you know, make sure we record what we go through as well and and hopefully as time goes by we'll we'll kind that that galaxy book if you will build on this vehicle this launch this rocket in and so people will have good expectations moving forward Mike. It's been more than six years since you travel through space just putting in most looking forward to this time. It has been a while. What am I looking for? I'm looking for a job. Too. Well, there's two answers to that. The first answer is and I think that's for for most every space flyer is you look forward for a sacred time. And but also I got to say I really am looking forward to floating again. I remember before my first launch dreaming imagining what was floating would be life. What living in that micro gravity environment would be like and then you get there and it's incredible. It's amazing. It's this this idea that there's no up or down and and then what's amazing is you get used to it and and you you know, that becomes the norm but then what's sad is your land and for me very shortly afterwards. Once you get re adapted to this 1G environment you forget and then I'm trying to remember what is it actually like to to float like that and and to be in that that kind of environment, so I have time Say that that's what I'm looking forward to again. Now training for crew one has been unique Mike in Victor actually started training early on but then late editions Shannon and sweet. She came later on in the mission home. Here's my talking about what training experience has been like and how.

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"1g" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"So and I saw my colleagues there, you know, we had a dog Um, uh, you know our policy then we're badges in the company badges. There were these gold stars that people had and and mine didn't have any thoughts on a new badge like, you know, welcome to GTE and I'll get it but I saw several folks walking around with you know, two stars 3 stars for stars and somebody even five and might have done. So I was I was so curious I said, wait a minute. What's what's wrong with this. I like those stars, but then I asked somebody they said oh to eat star signify five years of service, right? And it just blew me away that someone could be in one company twenty twenty-five years. And remember this is my first job and again, I don't want to date myself. But this is like, you know suffice it to say was like early nineties house.com. Boom time. My goal was my eyes were set on the west coast. That's where I wanted to go said. Okay, let me get some experience as well and ultimately get a figure out what I wanted to do, but well Saw this and like, you know, and that I started questioning. Okay, if there is this very quickly, I realized the company was very large diverse set of Technologies and the opportunities that it presented for professional development was huge and that's why I saw folks there with twenty twenty-five years of service and now I reflect very soon. I'll be in touch with five five stars myself, but I will tell you never a dull moment in this in this journey. And as you pointed out reminds me when I started like, you know, the Broadband kind of active or I should even say broadband like, you know, the only connectivity that we had was dialogue right think about it. So I had the opportunity again when I talked about never having a dull moment with the, one of the things that really played a big part is I've had a front-row seat in all the technological revolutions that we have had when it came to communication all the way from dialogue. Just plain old telephone service to then came is DL. That was a big deal, you know Holland 28 kbps blue right there, like, you know digital subscriber line DSL. Now we are talking like you're getting into the you know, megabits per second range. And then I have the opportunity to lead the files to the fibre-to-the-premises off GP now, it's the fire service and this was back in 2003 when we when we did this. This was a big change when it came to the communications infrastructure of getting a fiber all the way to the customer's premise and when we initially launched it was like, you know a few megabits per second, but now like, you know, we are up to gigabits per second and it's right and this shows up in the insatiable Need for Speed and you know early days I learned like, you know, the slowest speed you will accept is the fastest speed you have experience. Right. So every step of the way like you're you forget about the previous one and DSL camera, you know, nobody was worried. I not thinking about and then came fires and now it's gigabit services and then Thursday, I have the opportunity also from a wireless front have you know a player part in the different Evolution the technology evolution is 1g 2G 3G 4G and now we're actively working on 5G and 5G truly while we have had significant improvements in the previous..

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"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To when you enjoy the come and have a look in the showroom the various options and I was like no it's very dangerous for me to go wandering around her car showroom. He said okay, no worries, but it's all on the website if you want to buy 1G. Yeah, you can you can just order it online. No worries and it was very relaxed. Very chilled just going and taking a hilariously over respect car out for a drive. It was lovely. I feel like as soon as you left the show returned to his colleague and said he'll be back when I when I when he found me, he said understand you've you you're looking to book a a test and I said, yeah. He said and I said, I'll be honest with you. I don't waste your time. There's no likelihood. I'm going to buy one of your cars in the next six months. I just fancied having to drive around him. And yeah, that's fine. He said we have data we know the people who come and have a test drive in the future. They're likely to hire one or probably by 1 so don't worry about it. I'll say well, you know, I don't want to I'd want to take someone else's slot. You know, I don't want em, you know, you might have a possible sale that you're missing out on break letting me drive the car for an hour rather than someone else you had. No, don't worry about it. It happens all the time. It's it's fine there would just perfectly fine about it's the home. Yeah, the fact that I'm telling you and all r25 listeners about this means that it clearly works cuz I'm talking about it. Yeah indeed wage now I imagine they would comfortable in just letting you get in the car and drive off because if they wanted to they could over, you know lock you in the car and had the car return home kind of automated mechanism Thursday. I mean they had a photocopy of my driving license. They knew who I was and where you know, yeah, I don't think I look too much like funny emoji cray. So yeah, I wasn't going to take it away and break down for Paul's brilliant. Right? Well with that let's get on with the rest of the show..

Paul
"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To when you enjoy the come and have a look in the showroom the various options and I was like no it's very dangerous for me to go wandering around her car showroom. He said okay, no worries, but it's all on the website if you want to buy 1G. Yeah, you can you can just order it online. No worries and it was very relaxed. Very chilled just going and taking a hilariously over respect car out for a drive. It was lovely. I feel like as soon as you left the show returned to his colleague and said he'll be back when I when I when he found me, he said understand you've you you're looking to book a a test and I said, yeah. He said and I said, I'll be honest with you. I don't waste your time. There's no likelihood. I'm going to buy one of your cars in the next six months. I just fancied having to drive around him. And yeah, that's fine. He said we have data we know the people who come and have a test drive in the future. They're likely to hire one or probably by 1 so don't worry about it. I'll say well, you know, I don't want to I'd want to take someone else's slot. You know, I don't want em, you know, you might have a possible sale that you're missing out on break letting me drive the car for an hour rather than someone else you had. No, don't worry about it. It happens all the time. It's it's fine there would just perfectly fine about it's the home. Yeah, the fact that I'm telling you and all r25 listeners about this means that it clearly works cuz I'm talking about it. Yeah indeed wage now I imagine they would comfortable in just letting you get in the car and drive off because if they wanted to they could over, you know lock you in the car and had the car return home kind of automated mechanism Thursday. I mean they had a photocopy of my driving license. They knew who I was and where you know, yeah, I don't think I look too much like funny emoji cray. So yeah, I wasn't going to take it away and break down for Paul's brilliant. Right? Well with that let's get on with the rest of the show..

Paul
"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To when you enjoy the come and have a look in the showroom the various options and I was like no it's very dangerous for me to go wandering around her car showroom. He said okay, no worries, but it's all on the website if you want to buy 1G. Yeah, you can you can just order it online. No worries and it was very relaxed. Very chilled just going and taking a hilariously over respect car out for a drive. It was lovely. I feel like as soon as you left the show returned to his colleague and said he'll be back when I when I when he found me, he said understand you've you you're looking to book a a test and I said, yeah. He said and I said, I'll be honest with you. I don't waste your time. There's no likelihood. I'm going to buy one of your cars in the next six months. I just fancied having to drive around him. And yeah, that's fine. He said we have data we know the people who come and have a test drive in the future. They're likely to hire one or probably by 1 so don't worry about it. I'll say well, you know, I don't want to I'd want to take someone else's slot. You know, I don't want em, you know, you might have a possible sale that you're missing out on break letting me drive the car for an hour rather than someone else you had. No, don't worry about it. It happens all the time. It's it's fine there would just perfectly fine about it's the home. Yeah, the fact that I'm telling you and all r25 listeners about this means that it clearly works cuz I'm talking about it. Yeah indeed wage now I imagine they would comfortable in just letting you get in the car and drive off because if they wanted to they could over, you know lock you in the car and had the car return home kind of automated mechanism Thursday. I mean they had a photocopy of my driving license. They knew who I was and where you know, yeah, I don't think I look too much like funny emoji cray. So yeah, I wasn't going to take it away and break down for Paul's brilliant. Right? Well with that let's get on with the rest of the show..

Paul
"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To when you enjoy the come and have a look in the showroom the various options and I was like no it's very dangerous for me to go wandering around her car showroom. He said okay, no worries, but it's all on the website if you want to buy 1G. Yeah, you can you can just order it online. No worries and it was very relaxed. Very chilled just going and taking a hilariously over respect car out for a drive. It was lovely. I feel like as soon as you left the show returned to his colleague and said he'll be back when I when I when he found me, he said understand you've you you're looking to book a a test and I said, yeah. He said and I said, I'll be honest with you. I don't waste your time. There's no likelihood. I'm going to buy one of your cars in the next six months. I just fancied having to drive around him. And yeah, that's fine. He said we have data we know the people who come and have a test drive in the future. They're likely to hire one or probably by 1 so don't worry about it. I'll say well, you know, I don't want to I'd want to take someone else's slot. You know, I don't want em, you know, you might have a possible sale that you're missing out on break letting me drive the car for an hour rather than someone else you had. No, don't worry about it. It happens all the time. It's it's fine there would just perfectly fine about it's the home. Yeah, the fact that I'm telling you and all r25 listeners about this means that it clearly works cuz I'm talking about it. Yeah indeed wage now I imagine they would comfortable in just letting you get in the car and drive off because if they wanted to they could over, you know lock you in the car and had the car return home kind of automated mechanism Thursday. I mean they had a photocopy of my driving license. They knew who I was and where you know, yeah, I don't think I look too much like funny emoji cray. So yeah, I wasn't going to take it away and break down for Paul's brilliant. Right? Well with that let's get on with the rest of the show..

Paul
"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To when you enjoy the come and have a look in the showroom the various options and I was like no it's very dangerous for me to go wandering around her car showroom. He said okay, no worries, but it's all on the website if you want to buy 1G. Yeah, you can you can just order it online. No worries and it was very relaxed. Very chilled just going and taking a hilariously over respect car out for a drive. It was lovely. I feel like as soon as you left the show returned to his colleague and said he'll be back when I when I when he found me, he said understand you've you you're looking to book a a test and I said, yeah. He said and I said, I'll be honest with you. I don't waste your time. There's no likelihood. I'm going to buy one of your cars in the next six months. I just fancied having to drive around him. And yeah, that's fine. He said we have data we know the people who come and have a test drive in the future. They're likely to hire one or probably by 1 so don't worry about it. I'll say well, you know, I don't want to I'd want to take someone else's slot. You know, I don't want em, you know, you might have a possible sale that you're missing out on break letting me drive the car for an hour rather than someone else you had. No, don't worry about it. It happens all the time. It's it's fine there would just perfectly fine about it's the home. Yeah, the fact that I'm telling you and all r25 listeners about this means that it clearly works cuz I'm talking about it. Yeah indeed wage now I imagine they would comfortable in just letting you get in the car and drive off because if they wanted to they could over, you know lock you in the car and had the car return home kind of automated mechanism Thursday. I mean they had a photocopy of my driving license. They knew who I was and where you know, yeah, I don't think I look too much like funny emoji cray. So yeah, I wasn't going to take it away and break down for Paul's brilliant. Right? Well with that let's get on with the rest of the show..

Paul
"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"1g" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To when you enjoy the come and have a look in the showroom the various options and I was like no it's very dangerous for me to go wandering around her car showroom. He said okay, no worries, but it's all on the website if you want to buy 1G. Yeah, you can you can just order it online. No worries and it was very relaxed. Very chilled just going and taking a hilariously over respect car out for a drive. It was lovely. I feel like as soon as you left the show returned to his colleague and said he'll be back when I when I when he found me, he said understand you've you you're looking to book a a test and I said, yeah. He said and I said, I'll be honest with you. I don't waste your time. There's no likelihood. I'm going to buy one of your cars in the next six months. I just fancied having to drive around him. And yeah, that's fine. He said we have data we know the people who come and have a test drive in the future. They're likely to hire one or probably by 1 so don't worry about it. I'll say well, you know, I don't want to I'd want to take someone else's slot. You know, I don't want em, you know, you might have a possible sale that you're missing out on break letting me drive the car for an hour rather than someone else you had. No, don't worry about it. It happens all the time. It's it's fine there would just perfectly fine about it's the home. Yeah, the fact that I'm telling you and all r25 listeners about this means that it clearly works cuz I'm talking about it. Yeah indeed wage now I imagine they would comfortable in just letting you get in the car and drive off because if they wanted to they could over, you know lock you in the car and had the car return home kind of automated mechanism Thursday. I mean they had a photocopy of my driving license. They knew who I was and where you know, yeah, I don't think I look too much like funny emoji cray. So yeah, I wasn't going to take it away and break down for Paul's brilliant. Right? Well with that let's get on with the rest of the show..

Paul
Wireless carriers get the message - $1G too high

Talking Tech

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Wireless carriers get the message - $1G too high

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners so i ask consumers and they couldn't have been more clear. They will never ever pay a thousand dollars for smart raymond. Never they will hold onto their phones until the dial tone. Truly elite goes dead but of course they do by the new ones apple is on track to sell over two hundred million iphones this year but apple selling fewer phones and they used to with with sales expected to drop fifteen percent this year now. It looks like a wireless. Carriers really got the message this week. Samsung released lisa shiny new update to the note line and a top model is once again selling for a hefty nine hundred and fifty dollars to eleven hundred dollars she assay jeff. What are you talking about. You just said they got the message. Well just try to find those prices listed in the ads for the note on verizon wireless t mobile sprint sprinter a._t. And t. you will but trust me. They are really really hidden. The carriers have not gone back to the days of trading and phones for a two hundred dollar fee in a two year contract but the two year leases back in a big way and you will need a magnifying glass to find the actual full list price noted anywhere buying the new note sounds downright affordable just twenty six dollars a month from sprint or thirty one dollars and sixty stance monthly from a._t. And t. or twenty dollars monthly from is in if you do a trade in the list of supported phones for the training runs the gamut from recent iphones galaxies to the now discontinued once upon a time three hundred and fifty dollar entry level iphone the s._e._c. now for those of you who have held onto your iphone six s devices for five years. You will no doubt be checking out these deals because apple is discontinuing support art for the success in september so be sure to look at the fine print because a._t. And t. has that great payment but for thirty months that's sprints payment is eighteen months. You do the math when you rather pay for a year and a half versus two years plus now in in just a few weeks apple's expected unveil its new iphone lineup a collection of three phones analysts think will be priced identically last year's additions seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars and eleven hundred dollars and i've got to wonder will apple take the wireless carriers lead and just skip showing the retail price altogether in the pricing strategy edgy. I wouldn't be surprised to see apple. Just give you the monthly in trade in price period after all as you know. Consumers are not in the mood to fork over a thousand one dollars or phones anymore and i don't blame them. How about you listeners. What do you think i'd love to hear from you on twitter at jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe the show wherever you listen to online audio and i'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world of tech these today's businesses of all sizes need an online presence whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools. You need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online an email marketing tools and a custom domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch you have.

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