11 Burst results for "451 Second"
Is This The AOL Moment?
"Right in. The moment has never been a good thing. So much as in inevitable thing is this. It are we there and if this isn't it then what do we think it'll look like when it does arrive. Yes we are definitely there. I think maybe we were even there before this at the last major run up in what was two thousand. Seventeen up to twenty thousand. We saw a huge unprecedented spike in new user. Adoption point awareness of bitcoin and crypto currencies spiked as well as the guidelines. The regulatory space became more kind of fleshed out. And you know sure. There were still plenty of half baked projects some of which turned out to be scams but i think a lot of people learn about crypto was the scams included in how to protect themselves from it and people are still learning about it so i think we've already sort of reached at least the first milestone. Aol moment. but i've been on this journey for a while. And i remember a lot of moments like this. You know that were exciting for example. I don't know if anyone remembers this. But remember when bitcoin got like this first article on slash dot twenty ten or something like that and i remember hearing about it on a talk radio show back in twenty eleven or twenty twelve i think from gavin andresen going on the show. So you know. I've seen a lot of exciting moments with quite disappointing moments too. But this does feel like a special moment that we haven't yet seen so far and i think it counts as the aol moment humbug. When do we go from banking the on banked and it's all about the other six billion to simpson for investment banking billionaires. I mean you know. I'm a bit disappointed. I think that happened the same time. Block streaming integrated tether probably. I know i know listen. I'm really happy that bitcoin is getting the attention. It's getting positive negative. And i'm really happy for a lot of people who waited very patiently and are seeing agree return on investment but at the same time like applauding j. p. morgan for finally finding in the pits of the dark saw the opportunity to praise an acknowledge bitcoin. Because it might make the money really. That's what we're doing a year ago or a little bit more than that the ceo. There was saying something really negative about big code but Bitcoin do you guys remember that. Yeah bitcoin is dead says j. p. morgan before saying it reaches one hundred thirty thousand sometime in the near future. How here's the thing as much as i'm excited about the excitement that everybody's excited about. This is really the kind of fickle attention that is going to go away as fast as they came.
The latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in Massachusetts
"Covert update from the state Department of Public Health shows more than 2200 are hospitalized with Corona virus and the Commonwealth 451 in the ICU. 293 on ventilators. Seven day average positivity rate nearly 6.5%. Surgeon. The coronavirus cases forcing school district to put plans to reopen on hold. Saugus schools have been closed since last spring. They had hoped to reopen with a hybrid model next week, but the school committee voted to put that on pause. After hearing Superintendent David Jerusalem, talk about the recent sharp jump in virus cases and the concerns from parents concerns now a parent's of legitimately worried about putting the kids back into school. And their concerns don't lie with the school's ability to handle it. They're concerned with the interactions of other Children with other Children and families and everything going on in town, he said. Remote learning seems to be going well. So that's going to remain the educational reality in Saugus public schools until more people, especially school personnel. Get vaccinated. Carl Stevens WBC Boston's news radio. New
The Birthplace of Saint Augustine
"World of augustine encircled the mediterranean sea spain and portugal. To the west france switzerland and the british isles to the north greece turkey israel to the north and to the east. Of course italy extending right into the sea the boot poised to kick a soccer ball also known as sicily and stretching all along the south egypt in the coast of africa. Agusan is from africa. Now that's the modern designation as are all of those country names. I just listed for you and the three hundred and four hundred. This was all rome. All of these peoples were roman or were to be considered roman and all of these places were part of the far flung roman empire augusta was born specifically in what was called new media the roman province of namibia. It is modern day algeria. His hometown was aghast. It was originally a village of nomadic. Berbers and back in the two hundred and one hundred species does the punic. Wars rome took control of this vast area as guston was born. Rome reached its zenith as augusta and lived roman declined and as guston died. Rome fell well. The gas was two thousand feet above sea level. It was surrounded by mountains that were another thousand feet or so and it was a very fertile plain. In fact the most fertile land in north africa it was a great place to settle and farm. Corn olives were mostly harvested and had a great economy one. A story noted how it became a retirement destination spot for roman soldiers. Did you ever wonder where the lions and bears and tigers in the roman amphitheatres came from. Will they were caught in the mountains and in the plains around agustin's hometown of the gas one hundred and seventy miles away to the east was the massive city of carthage. It was bustling with people and trade. It was second city only to rome and sixty miles or so to the northwest hippo regis. That city would come to play a significant role in the life of augustine. Near the end. Agustin's father was patricia. S a roman pagan. His mother was monica and devout and sometimes mystical christian much much more on her later as our book unfolds. Augustine had siblings. But we know very little about them he had at least one brother navigate. Send at least one sister and he likely had more brothers and sisters. But we just don't know that much about them at all. He was born on november thirteen. Three fifty four. This was a full generation of post. Constantine rome one. After constantine's conversion did you see the air quotes there. i put around network. that's important. This was the christian era at the end of the roman empire of course alongside of christianity. Plato's philosophy and the schools that followed him ruled the roost. That's important. It was a time of doctrinal advance. Augusta lived right in between the nineteen creed three twenty five and the cow sedonia creed of 451 that's important. He also lived during the time of heresies. They were springing up all over the place. Will that too is important if you were to ask a young augusta playing in the streets of the gassed. What do you want to do when you grow up. He would answer with one word. I wanna be
Nursing home forced to delay COVID-19 vaccinations due to virus outbreak at facility in metro Atlanta
"Covert report from the Health Department says 5900. Plus new cases have been reported. That's a near record number 451 new hospitalizations and the test pause positivity rate. Is near 19% more than 100. Seniors and dozens of employees infected with Kovar 19 at a Woodstock nursing home have learned that the important vaccine is now being delayed getting to them. An administrator from Woodstock nursing and rehab till Channel two action news that a corporate employee infected with the virus may be the cause of the outbreak at the home.
New Aircraft Spy Opportunities Amid Aerospace Woes
"Here's a headline item de that kind of threw me off a little bit. I thought we were gonna talk about spy. Airplanes spy-planes says new aircraft spy opportunities amid aerospace. Bows that spy is a verb in this case so new aircraft by opportunities amid aerospace way. But you know does he. Aircraft actually spy opportunities or do the people making the aircraft And working for these companies y- very successful looking for a newspaper. Just like what's understand. You remind me of bill. Clinton depending on what the word the word is right. That's a good point all right. Michael survey anka traces his interest in engineering back to. That's an interesting way to start a an article talking about this dude. Who owns the company. I think or at least he's in charge there. He's the boss of bristol based vertical aerospace and has progressed to electric vertical takeoff and landing e. v. t. o. l. machines with potential to be quiet and economical and on these. These machines don't seem like you're that quiet to me. But i guess a quiet more quiet than a big giant helicopter. These erc have been touted as the next big thing and passenger aircraft verticals working on the. Va dash one acts and aircraft intended to fly between regions which regions that retail through the region of your place another regions that reach that regional emphasis you see. He mentioned his grandfather. Who was apparently an organ builder interesting. An organ builder. And we're talking about. I see where. I think we need to carry that. Regional emphasis matters as e. l. machines have been often promoted as air-taxis whizzing around our cities Under the banner of urban air mobility Some even suggest these vehicles could scoop up passengers and whisked them along prearranged flight or doors without pilot. Vertical dismisses this as a fantasy thank goodness. Our aircraft will be heavily. Automated says mr survey data both But both regulations and the public will require a pilot for years to come an automatic response to an obstruction on a landing pad below paul via one x up and away from a collision but people still want to see highly trained aviator in charge of their flight Using multiple propellers point skywards for takeoff and them rotate to tilt forward to fly horizontally. The a one x aims to carry four passengers and pilot over short distances more cheaply than a helicopter. That's kind of a neat looking machine. Looks like a helicopter but instead of big rudders just has some of the smaller Lectured him road trend cutter. Yeah exactly drunk after
Tips For Safe Thanksgiving Air Travel
"I have a lot of tips on how to keep yourself safe when you fly by air but there are a couple things i want to cover for this holiday season. First of all in my opinion and this is just my humble opinion. You shouldn't be traveling. You shouldn't be going anywhere to visit family over thanksgiving but you're going to do what you're going to do. They estimate the government estimates two million people are going to travel somewhere either by car or by air to visit family over thanksgiving and i understand how that works. You want to be together with your family but let me just tell you what. The experience was in canada where they celebrate thanksgiving about a month before us shortly after everyone returned from their thanksgiving trips. The covid numbers spiked dramatically in candidate. I would expect that that's going to happen again here. in fact i'm in colorado right now. The covid cases in colorado are higher than they've ever been before here than in april and may so it's a real threat. So i wanna to talk about things that you should do where you might consider doing if you plan to tribal First of all if you plan to travel you might want to. You might want to check out what airline you're going to use and i know we're a little late because thanksgiving's tomorrow but you know there are have a link in our show to how you can check out the airline's safety rating as far as kovic safety goes. We're not talking about crash safety. We're talking about covid safety. there's a ranking and right now the top airline in the united states for for covert safety according to this ranking is delta. But you could take a look there and see what airline you're going to choose to fly on if it's not too late to make your reservations when you go through security screening. You might wanna bring something with you. Plastic bag or something. He can put inside the the. Been where you put your shoes and things like that. Because you're going to be putting your laptop your carry on luggage. You're going to be putting all that in that. Been in someone else's shoes have been in that been ahead of you. So there's this thing and i have a lincoln. Our show called the been bag and they're not cheap. There's four for about twenty about twelve bucks but under disposable but you could reuse them. I suppose if you want but you carry them with you and your line that then with that before you put your jacket and things like that in the ben. It'll keep them clean. I recommend that you bring your own food and drink now. I know that some airlines are starting to serve real food again and water and coffee and things like that. I recommend that you buy a bottle of water or bring an empty bottle. Like i told you and the other episode and still from a filling station in in the terminal but i recommend that you bring your own stuff to eat and i recommend that you stay hydrated during the flight but other than that you want to keep your mask on as much as possible and if you're going to be eating you're going to be taking your mask off periodically while you're eating. Speaking of masks recommend have extra mask with you. I recommended be an n ninety five mask. And i'm going to tell you how i do it when i use an n ninety five mask i go to the dollar store. I and bryce eyelash adhesive so i'm not gonna put on false eyelashes. My eyes are just gorgeous. Oh they are but if you put eyelash adhesive around the top of your and ninety five mask it will stay on your face. The way it's supposed to and won't slip down and get below your nose so i recommend you do that now if you have a chance to choose a seat. I recommend a window seat. Why because the air in airliners circulated about every two to three minutes and all that circulated air goes down the sidewalls to vent in the floor and then it gets circulated through the air cycle machine and hep offenders. So it's real clean air. That is coming out of the eyeballs at the top of your out the overhead part of your seat. And if you stay a close to the sidewall of the airplane as you can then you'll have nothing but fresh air. You won't have air recycle recirculated past months strangers.
"Hey every. Tag is well from gorgeous, a little still too hot SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. It's thank God I mean kissed the podcast I'm Frank Feldman and I'm Dan Beecher and coming up. On the show today day on. Trump about trump and we're. GonNa talk about White Evangelical. An article that we both read About, maybe why? Why Evangelical did vote for trump? And it's not for the reasons that liberals like to think so I think it's actually It's an interesting take and one worth talking about if even just if it's. Just sort of as a as a discussion about what America is Nyu. We're that way and. Don't expect it to sound good. Don't don't expect us to come out. Rosie on this one. Oh, Americans America. Yeah America has a concept. People. Artistic. Ship has sailed trae yeah, I think I think we all know Diane got problems. We're not in shining city on the hill or whatever and. smolder smoldering. Shit pile and the devil. We're the tire fire that stinking up the place. Off. Had to be American. Oh, it's fine. It's fine. The other ones who are ruining America right now we're. We're the good ones. It's nice to assure oneself. All right Dan yeah. What are you? Win Covid nineteen I hit. Twelve years ago twelve. Going on thirteen. Did you have any thought about what it might mean for relative Religiosity in America like. Did you think that maybe people might kind of the fence sitters might. Find Faith. Again was thought that that maybe you had I had this thought. I'm just one to two. I know I didn't think that I have given up predicting in the universe because. I'd starting with the with the twenty sixteen elections I have now realised. I have no handle on what human beings do yeah, and it'll just go left every time I think it's GonNa go right well I think a lot of people probably did think like I did where your? Sort of this impulse right that people who who weren't really. They just didn't go to church right, but they still maybe Kinda. SORTA believed in God and so maybe those people would would return right, and we may be an up an uptick. In America in sort of religious observance and whatnot. Well it turns out. that it is the exact opposite. Wrong or at least according? To the state of the Bible survey. That was just released this last week by the American. Bible Society. It was the tenth such survey that they've done. They started in two thousand eleven right. Okay, and they look to see. How many America what percentage of American adults are consider themselves to be? Sort of scripture engaged right? Metric but the they look at how frequently people read. The Bible. And Sort of how? Nobody's ever read the Bible. And what what they consider its impact on their relationships and choices are right sure in the six months span. Between January and the end of June. Yeah. The number of scripturally engaged Americans dropped from twenty eight percent to twenty two point seven percent. Wow, that's thirteen million people who previously. Went to scripture? To seek solace or or a? For better living or whatever. Who stopped doing that just basically were like Oh. This thing doesn't do anything. I mean it's hard to read into exactly what it is i. mean the article kind of speculates Lake. Is this just because they don't have time? Because these are people who got kids at home and a job that? You know telecommuting on. You know like like it. Just people being really busy, or is it potentially? What's? More likely in my mind, which is what you're saying at least to a certain extent, right and no matter what these are people who had a habit. These are thirteen million people who had the habit of going to scripture. Have broken that habit and her going, maybe because they've lived this long, not. You know without the impulse? Maybe
3 Steps to Getting Hired After a Layoff - Abel Lomas
"Today's tip comes from my friend able wellness able talked with me in episode fifty nine the sales success stories podcast and recently got laid off. Here's what he actually did too quickly. Land his current role as an enterprise account executive at workfront. Hey salespeople if you're listening to this you may have recently been laid off or you're living in fear that it's about to happen. Krona viruses changed all of our lives. I was laid off recently. Was Lucky enough to start a new gig just before things got really ugly. I want to give you three steps to help you. Land the next GIG and I'll go into more detail on each number one be excited. Not Down Attitude. Is Everything number to be clear about what you're looking for. Think about the non negotiable number three manage the process from networking to interviews and offers. Let's break each of these down said number one. Be excited you ask. How can I be excited? I just lost my job. Well the moment layoff is communicated to you. It is in the past it happened. It's over stain in the past like running in the mud. It's exhausting and he may never reach your destination in the future. You'll land in a better opportunity than where you were before but don't get lost in the clouds. You have to put in the work that will get you to your ideal outcome being the version of the present that will help you achieve landing in a better spot. This is all about mindset. Wake up early. Get some exercise. Have some breakfast of you like but most importantly have a plan every single day and work the plan. That is how you'll get what you deserve number to be clear about what you're looking for and prioritize it. It's important to find what you're looking for. And they're gonNA be negotiable items and non-negotiables. You need to come up with your top two or three things that you aren't willing to negotiate than name them prioritize them for me it was culture followed by opportunity and in that order culture was so important to me that I wrote a definition of great culture in a post on linked in. This helped me in a couple of ways people who are really interested in me. Read my post in advance and proactively disgusted with me. People who are either less interested or just didn't find. It allowed me to tell them. I believe with conviction. I send a link to my post and my followup which always let them impressed and wanting more they knew I was serious. And this wasn't negotiable with regard to my second item opportunity. This had to do a short and long-term expectations of income. This was easy discussing conversation and would be taboo to discuss in a public forum like a linked and Post. The order is important because in my case if he didn't have the culture I was looking for the income potential. Just didn't matter. So what are your top negotiable. Items Number three manage the process in the current environment. This is difficult but the process doesn't change companies are hiring you desert lennon a better place than you were before you had the right mindset and he know what you want. So how'd you manage the process to get their here? Are Few thoughts make a couple of lists? One List is a list of people you love working with and the other lists has all the companies that you'd love to work for. This should be guided on your top non-negotiable items second start reaching out to the list of people immediately. Be Open and honest about the situation. They'll have empathy or they wouldn't be on your list. Tell them what you're looking for your non-negotiables and ask them who they'd recommend you connect with make it easy for them. Track your progress down your list of people and the referrals. You WanNa make sure that you thank them along the way or let them know. If you haven't heard from the person they referred you to make sure to tell them about any companies. You're hiring on your consideration list. You never know who they might know. That might not have been obvious. An looking on linked in third. This process will connect you with people. You either didn't think about or people you haven't met. I realize I'm an extrovert in. You may not be but this was my favorite part. I met so many interesting people during this process. Sometimes we laughed. Sometimes we cry. Many of the connections ended up having nothing to do with my career but I was so thankful to meet. These people hear their stories and share mine. And I'm willing to bet you'll have a very similar experience next. I'd be surprised at this point. You haven't landed interviews by now but you should have gained greater intelligence in the target companies. You want to work for Italy. Tempting to apply online but most likely not get you anywhere the process of networking finding someone inside the company who can champion. Your cause is critical especially in a down market. Think about it. What are your chances if you're one of one thousand or more online applicants versus one? That's walked down the hall or sent via slack with a personal recommendation in an internal champion. I think the answer is obvious next. The rest is all salesmanship in managing the process. People not remember details of your interview but they'll remember how you made them feel. Make them feel good. Do your research before meeting them in your follow up remind them what made them feel good in their words. Because it's not about you. It is about them managed next steps and stay on top of the process. This will help you get offers you want. You will succeed. You deserve landed a better situation than you were before so in summary be excited and act for the purpose of achieving the future you want second be clear about your non-negotiables and third manage every detail process.
"At ask. Why not famous quote from JFK? I'm sure many of you heard that before any white be surprised to hear that it's theory icon to subscribe to myself and last week was in the Maldives. I was one of those resorts that we have which has got a big serve as market, pardon me, quite close to a couple of good surf breaks in the Maldives. And we've got this little room in the middle of the spa, which is currently being used for many pedicures, and it's not very busy, of course, because not many surface tend to want to have a manicure pedicure. And so I said to the ops manager, what would the surfers want how bad if we put sand throughout this room? What about if we put all surfboards up on the board on the wall? What if he put big TV screens playing surfing videos, and maybe a big bucket of ice cold beer in the middle of the room? They could come in hang out and have neck and shoulder mess foot and leg massage. And of course, the poor old ops. Manage nearly had a heart attack, and she said, well, that's not spa. So. I say Dave Kedah. I said why not because like I've said many many times the spire of tomorrow is twenty percent of what the spires today. The other eighty percent very dramatically from place to place resort to resort spa spa. And it may include wellness type stuff, and it might not doesn't have to. That's my theory doesn't have to. So this idea flies in the face. Absolutely. What inspires today, but maybe not necessarily what a spy could be tomorrow. So I would encourage you wherever you can when you have these crazy ideas and people say, no, no, no, ask yourself and ask them. Why don't go enough JFK? It's good enough you or that's eight thanks for tuning.
"451 second" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The armed forces the department of defense or to your family as navy federal credit union would be proud to serve you to federally insured by ncua with ross tucker up ran a got out of argue shall decide lights ten nothing minnesota 451 second quarter green bay starting this drive at their own twenty three laf fifty three total yards have offered so far against minnesota adequate throw out to the right side he has all the end by jordy nelson going down to the ground in front of savior roads for a pickup of four kind of it be only suggest the packers have had which is to say not budge but wanted better quick three step drop promote ladies got the ball out of his hands quickly all these quick out route two randall roberts finally is now eight of eleven to your point just thirty six yards passing on all these shortstop underneath here off play aajit hudli drops and he's going to take off at he's got some right across a 35 across the forty data whiteside let it is going to step out and liking territory at the forty eight yard law wrote ruddock twenty five regret huddling while we're talked about earlier this is the best bigger brighter hope we does the least he's the whole business road with the fifth ball it didn't look like there was a twitter rupe there it the border care hurts the to life hackers both over read it look like they were ready we'll both expecting the barukh but that they overran it and he split the defence and officially to the forty nine yard light is where they say he stepped down to the ball on the midfield logo here the frozen tundra latest time give it to the right of all why is it he's got six space up the got they'll get an idea or a gay to the forty before he's dropped by the six decent day howard smith so now the packers moving the ball there in a hurry your loss probably already up at the lightest rigetti snaps it redrafts took throw plans a porta addicts caught at a wet so joining dowsett harvick at hand out a fifty yard wide coverage of exceed near roads are pick up a 25 at allegata.
"451 second" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Union would be proud to serve you to federally insured by ncua with ross tucker up ran a glot of argue show on the sidelines ten nothing minnesota 451 second quarter green bay starting this drive at their own twenty three the only up fifty three total yards have offered so far against minnesota adequate throw out to the right side he has all the end by jordy nelson going down to the ground in front xavier roads for a pickup of old canada the only success the packers have had which is to say not budge but wanted better quick threestep drop promote lease he's got the ball out of his hands quickly on these quick out route two rebel cowbridge vilsone burnley is now eight of eleven to your point just thirty six yards passing on all these shortstop underneath here off play action hunley drops and then he's going to take off and he's got some odd across a 35 across the forty data whiteside let it is going to step out and viking territory at the forty eight yard line or ruddock 25 regret hung league while we talked about earlier this is the best they've their bread hope we does release forties the whole raise road with the football it didn't look like there was a total route there jitney board eric cantor it's the two live accurate both oval read it look like they were ready it'll both expecting the barukh but that they overran it and he split the defence and officially to the forty nine yard line is where they say he step down to the ball on the mid field logo here the pros at sandra hungry this time will give it to the running back jabbar why is it he's got some space up the got you'll get a nineyard gained to the forty the voice dropped by the sake decent day ho it's fair so now the packers moving the ball there in a hurry year ross humbly already up at the lightest remedies nafta drops to throw buyers up addicts caught at a wreck so joining dowsett hov again data the fifty uruguay and it what are.