17 Burst results for "AGU"

"agu" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"You know, the people that you know, if you go into a refinery with wifi Agu, everything as needing to be kept secure. And of course, they don't want anybody to be able to, you know, get in the way of a control system or even or even a data stream. So that right at is. That's a classic privacy. Okay. I was gonna going to kind of address that in the virtual part of. Okay. That's on the other. But there's also a view of privacy. That's more. And these things are these things are a little bit integrator. There's there's an overlap, right? I mean, these these different motivations. But but privacy is absolutely always important to people in some case someone cracks into it and hooks into physically and taps it like, but but it's like it's actually like what we said about the two hand controller. So I can I can physically you know, I can physically reduce the assurance of the system with say the mop handle. But could also, you know, I could also if it's wireless, you know, censor, I could also, you know, block or jam or do something right there. So so these things are not they're not always in an isolated answer. But it it's a good point privacy for us because we do a lot of work in in healthcare and digital health. We're we tend to think of we tended is just our point of view. We tend to think about privacy more from a. Personal information point of view. It is a very important topic. You know, the question of, you know, if someone hacks into a control system on oil pipeline the question of, you know, in my m I. And my violating privacy or my violating the assurance of the loop. That's a. You know? That's that's just kind of an interpretation syntax suppose. You say, okay. Well, let's move to then let's get into that. Okay. So virtual on taking by virtual. You mean what we were just discussing which is maybe the interception of the data stream wired or wireless, potentially aiding the data. And yes. Most. Yeah. I think most of the sensors were working on today, particularly ones at the edge the IOT sensors. They pretty much all assume in krypton, they pretty much all assume that there will be a security layer, most of the people like if you look at thread thread is writing about threat earlier today thread is a -ticipant highly anticipated IOT connectivity approach and security is one of the things they talk about the most because they're targeting home automation. And whether you classify it as liability privacy or sure, you know, that, you know, people in homes don't want anybody to know what anything in their houses doing, right? So so it's it is. It is very important encryption is a common method there. There are quite a few there quite a few encryption protocols. Most of the security breaches that have been have that have happened us far in in. What I would call this category. You know, they refrigerators or light bulbs have been hacked. They say most of them have had been hacked because of people not following kind of commonsense practices. You know to be honest. So while it is a concern. There's actually a pretty robust toolbox of solutions that that work most of the time and a lot of the final details of the security really really volun- the shoulders of the system integrator. And and then after that, probably the operator. Yeah. I mean like you said it's pretty well defined, and you know in the IT sector, the networking sector, securing each individual layer and to be real incriptions. I think you're dead on. I mean, other than cryptic can be pretty darn powerful. Now, of course, other than state players. It's not going to be disciples. So even if they do at gain physical access to it and some out and somehow tap into it if it's in crypt it again with the caveat of estate player, they're not gonna read it. Right. That that's kind of. That's exactly kind of the way our sumptious works. That's right. And to be honest, if we if we don't trust it, or if a customer doesn't trusted for some reason. I don't have you read the book that the code book. Did you read that I have to book about the 'nigma machine, and it's actually development? It's actually about the development of security secure encryption over time. It's kind of interesting and and what?.

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"agu" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"You know, the people that you know, if you go into a refinery with wifi Agu, everything as needing to be kept secure. And of course, they don't want anybody to be able to, you know, get in the way of a control system or even or even a data stream. So that right at is. That's a classic privacy. Okay. I was gonna going to kind of address that in the virtual part of. Okay. That's on the other. But there's also a view of privacy. That's more. And these things are these things are a little bit integrator. There's there's an overlap, right? I mean, these these different motivations. But but privacy is absolutely always important to people in some case someone cracks into it and hooks into physically and taps it like, but but it's like it's actually like what we said about the two hand controller. So I can I can physically you know, I can physically reduce the assurance of the system with say the mop handle. But could also, you know, I could also if it's wireless, you know, censor, I could also, you know, block or jam or do something right there. So so these things are not they're not always in an isolated answer. But it it's a good point privacy for us because we do a lot of work in in healthcare and digital health. We're we tend to think of we tended is just our point of view. We tend to think about privacy more from a. Personal information point of view. It is a very important topic. You know, the question of, you know, if someone hacks into a control system on oil pipeline the question of, you know, in my m I. And my violating privacy or my violating the assurance of the loop. That's a. You know? That's that's just kind of an interpretation syntax suppose. You say, okay. Well, let's move to then let's get into that. Okay. So virtual on taking by virtual. You mean what we were just discussing which is maybe the interception of the data stream wired or wireless, potentially aiding the data. And yes. Most. Yeah. I think most of the sensors were working on today, particularly ones at the edge the IOT sensors. They pretty much all assume in krypton, they pretty much all assume that there will be a security layer, most of the people like if you look at thread thread is writing about threat earlier today thread is a -ticipant highly anticipated IOT connectivity approach and security is one of the things they talk about the most because they're targeting home automation. And whether you classify it as liability privacy or sure, you know, that, you know, people in homes don't want anybody to know what anything in their houses doing, right? So so it's it is. It is very important encryption is a common method there. There are quite a few there quite a few encryption protocols. Most of the security breaches that have been have that have happened us far in in. What I would call this category. You know, they refrigerators or light bulbs have been hacked. They say most of them have had been hacked because of people not following kind of commonsense practices. You know to be honest. So while it is a concern. There's actually a pretty robust toolbox of solutions that that work most of the time and a lot of the final details of the security really really volun- the shoulders of the system integrator. And and then after that, probably the operator. Yeah. I mean like you said it's pretty well defined, and you know in the IT sector, the networking sector, securing each individual layer and to be real incriptions. I think you're dead on. I mean, other than cryptic can be pretty darn powerful. Now, of course, other than state players. It's not going to be disciples. So even if they do at gain physical access to it and some out and somehow tap into it if it's in crypt it again with the caveat of estate player, they're not gonna read it. Right. That that's kind of. That's exactly kind of the way our sumptious works. That's right. And to be honest, if we if we don't trust it, or if a customer doesn't trusted for some reason. I don't have you read the book that the code book. Did you read that I have to book about the 'nigma machine, and it's actually development? It's actually about the development of security secure encryption over time. It's kind of interesting and and what?.

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"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Network with thirty minutes of broadcast from the national agu swimming trials here in des moines iowa that would determine many of the men and women were going to go to the olympics in our swimming team and then i sat up there on a diving tower with my microphone we went on the air and avery brundage got in an argument with the other officials and i've broadcast for thirty minutes without a single event taking place i described every drop of water in the pool and everyone was practicing and tried to give him a run down in the argument and whether it looked like they were settling it or not in two minutes after i was off the air somebody broke a national record the legacy of the great communicator continues on news radio ten forty who the three day forecast is going to show some warmer temperatures by the end of the weekend but really nice right through the next few days day one is friday drake relays on swing we'll see a high temperature of seventy degrees it will be sunny a bit cooler with a cold front friday night into early saturday in saturday's high we'll be back down to sixty four still very comfortable a lot of sunshine and then seventy four with a gusty southwind on sunday and that will lead us into i think more active whether we next week some storms will be on the way that is the newsradio ten forty who threeday weather from channel thirteen i'm chief meteorologist ed wilson news radio ten forty whol here at last you did the.

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"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"With thirty minutes of broadcast from the national agu swimming trials here into moines iowa that would determine many of the men and women were going to go to the olympics in our swimming team and then i sat up there and a diving tower with my microphone we went on the air and avery brundage got in an argument with the other officials and broadcast for thirty minutes without a single event taking place high described every drop of water in the pool and everyone was practicing and tried to give him a run down in the argument and whether it looked like they were settling it or not in two minutes after i was off the air somebody broke a national record the legacy of the great communicator continues on news radio ten forty w h o the threeday forecast has a lot going on to start for sure on saturday blizzard warnings from northwestern iowa winter storm watch we also we have a strong thunderstorm line that's going to be moving through early in the morning by saturday afternoon our high which will be at midnight a forty two will drop back into the twenties for the overnight so lots of possibility of snow accumulating for northwestern iowa right up to des moines we will see snow but not a lot of it on the ground sunday that snow early and thirtyfive will be the high twenties for the low and then monday we'll have the partly sunny sky with a very cool high of forty five that is the newsradio ten forty who threeday weather from channel thirteen i'm ed wilson at four zero five it's thirty eight degrees for the more twenty seven degrees with winds blowing out of the east northeast at twenty one miles per hour what occurred humidity of eighty eight percent under cloudy and when these guys newsradio ten forty who monday on van and bonnie in the morning van harden has the day off emory song and jeff angelo will be sitting in the hot seat and we'll have a special guest from iowa state center with us as well monday on vana bonnie in the morning on newsradio ten forty whol from the high vis studios news radio ten forty who.

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"agu" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"I was getting yeah get a bag of those salt pepper chips and turkey sandwich usually just like salt on it and then by the end of it i was kind of like pushing the sandwich into the chip dust like yeah put mick crunch onto sandwich and then biting into that and i was like what if i just put the pepperoni sandwich to begin with oh are you there you can get pepper shakers fish fort gay that pepper on eggs all day oh yeah i'm big on pepper aches i love i'm in pepper now to put pepper on their cover up ranted me i want to change my answer my third favorite condiment is agu joke on every continent why it should be this is excellent them it's something you could put out on a table and like be okay with them play full of fucking over easy on a table you'd better believe i'd rub that on all the food ahead you wouldn't do that fresh they would give me a good egg burger fries in it totally hashbrowns in it okay gimme any potato base thing in it really any meat basing belong together nothing wrong when you puncture that onto every on that you're paying king kick so the loan thing i'd want full separation i don't want syrup on my scrambled egg i'm with you know sweetness with my and i don't like when i get a plate and it's got paying pancakes and eggs on ix i'm immediately devouring those eggs or they get fucked up i agree with you i like sweet bacon give me some good goodness i'm bacon but none of my.

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"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"With thirty minutes of broadcast from the national agu swimming trials here in des moines iowa that would determine many of the men and women were going to go to the olympics in our swimming team and then i sat up there on a diving tower with my microphone we went on the air and avery brundage got in an argument with the other officials and i broadcast for thirty minutes without a single event taking place high described every drop of water in the pool and everyone was practicing and tried to give him a run down in the argument and whether it looked like they were settling it or not in two minutes after i was off the air somebody broken national record the legacy of the great communicator continues on news radio ten forty w h o wait y'all des moines an iheartradio station and on your hd radio katie hd two newsradio ten forty who right now today's top stories from des moines's news traffic and severe weather station newsradio ten forty w h y'all it's three o'clock i'm steven anthony who radio news it's thirty one degrees and partly cloudy but it feels like twenty three our top local story this hour millennials will look at this white legislature and say this is the kind of stuff that's gonna come out of my state that's what democratic senator matt mccoy had to say last night during debate on an immigration bill the senate gave final approval to a bill that tells i will communities if they don't cooperate with federal immigration officials they could lose state funding republican senator jim carlin of sioux city explained why he supports the bill is about protecting people it's about saving lives recently at an ice detainers ignored in denver and there was a murder days later by the same person who has released if governor kim reynolds signs it into law local communities could face loss of state dollars for ninety days for failure to cooperate our top national story the national guard is being deployed to the mexico border to assist insecurity president trump signed a proclamation authorizing the use of the guard to help stop drugs and illegal immigrants from coming into the country and.

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"agu" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

"I'm literally i'm a multi huge multihued blood in it's not all read some of its brown winnings you find out that year portuguese one day by mom sat me down when i was old enough to understand it said son i need you to know something you never met them but your grandparents are both from the old country i don't know if she was the first generation she might have been the second generation but uh she grew up in the california valley the agricultural valley and i've been told that back in the day a long time ago the the portuguese were sort of like the migrant farmers than we uh more like a badge for a while until uh we realized that no one no one really had a concept of what it was like to be portuguese but uh i'm half now that's incredible so do you want to rethink this concept the only white guy on your podcast divide yeah i'm gonna end this interview but it was great chatting you might have to go over that ewan mcgregor doubter commodity talk of your life i'm glad you brought this whole leg issue of ethnicity and your your your background because a friend of mine has his podcast called another round her name is tracy clayton she a symbol like pictures of agu lake third girl marshall and cab calloway and like other leg lightskinned black dues from back in the day chess this thing called tom hanks is a black man because she's like if you compare the pictures you do kind of look like you could pass passes like a lightskinned black do that's wild highest peru's manageable i'm going to tell my crunch the off here at the office stirred developing those large skin black man stories.

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"agu" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

"I'm literally i'm a multi huge multihued blood in it's not all read some of its brown winnings you find out that year portuguese one day by mom sat me down when i was old enough to understand it said son i need you to know something you never met them but your grandparents are both from the old country i don't know if she was the first generation she might have been the second generation but uh she grew up in the california valley the agricultural valley and i've been told that back in the day a long time ago the the portuguese were sort of like the migrant farmers than we uh more like a badge for a while until uh we realized that no one no one really had a concept of what it was like to be portuguese but uh i'm half now that's incredible so do you want to rethink this concept the only white guy on your podcast divide yeah i'm gonna end this interview but it was great chatting you might have to go over that ewan mcgregor doubter commodity talk of your life i'm glad you brought this whole leg issue of ethnicity and your your your background because a friend of mine has his podcast called another round her name is tracy clayton she a symbol like pictures of agu lake third girl marshall and cab calloway and like other leg lightskinned black dues from back in the day chess this thing called tom hanks is a black man because she's like if you compare the pictures you do kind of look like you could pass passes like a lightskinned black do that's wild highest peru's manageable i'm going to tell my crunch the off here at the office stirred developing those large skin black man stories.

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"agu" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

"I'm literally i'm a multi huge multihued blood in it's not all read some of its brown winnings you find out that year portuguese one day by mom sat me down when i was old enough to understand it said son i need you to know something you never met them but your grandparents are both from the old country i don't know if she was the first generation she might have been the second generation but uh she grew up in the california valley the agricultural valley and i've been told that back in the day a long time ago the the portuguese were sort of like the migrant farmers than we uh more like a badge for a while until uh we realized that no one no one really had a concept of what it was like to be portuguese but uh i'm half now that's incredible so do you want to rethink this concept the only white guy on your podcast divide yeah i'm gonna end this interview but it was great chatting you might have to go over that ewan mcgregor doubter commodity talk of your life i'm glad you brought this whole leg issue of ethnicity and your your your background because a friend of mine has his podcast called another round her name is tracy clayton she a symbol like pictures of agu lake third girl marshall and cab calloway and like other leg lightskinned black dues from back in the day chess this thing called tom hanks is a black man because she's like if you compare the pictures you do kind of look like you could pass passes like a lightskinned black do that's wild highest peru's manageable i'm going to tell my crunch the off here at the office stirred developing those large skin black man stories.

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"agu" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Antarctica are in the same department as me yet it's there is a profound weirdness of walking around agu especially when you give presentations here the allotted the presentations will begin with definitions know if like hey i study this which is an ill advised and it's it's amazing because you would expect it a lot of conference you've got while we all know and they'll just launch right into the details of it but because everything here is so crazy diverse and i love that but it also does mean that i do have to sort of play one on one and play this you want to one student all the time wait what is that again what are you talking about what's what is a cloud channel that sounds coal i don't know what that is that just like how do you but it was like banded with the air he's if these particular like cloud formations that are almost like linear and they'll run next to each other so they look clear on earth on earth and on on some of the big gas giants you can see him and it's like young atmospheric scientists as far as i can tell from what i've heard it kind of throat their shoulders shrug emoji style millikn we don't know what to do in this we noticed something new with the convection cells right it's definitely think i reviewed median some miss ability there yet but they're pretty distinct yeah that's weird and then you know and they persist one of the i think what happens is the kind of know how they might initiate but the fact that they persist in space for you know a hundred miles or something like that that's the part the people await want want the dissipates sort of self organizing climate system that seems kind of odd and people have been trying to figure that went out for a while but apparently hanggliders when they see that in the in the atmosphere they'll go go because it means that there are these big convection so they can online for a long time so it's kind of an instant visual learn you know visual cute.

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"agu" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on Science... sort of

"So we male out there was a there was a great uh like i'm admittedly kind of slightly gallows humour tweet and it was talking about the superman movies and just like how terrible they are never was like or not terrible there but the reaction has been like go don't don't include politics in his superman story music right you know no you should totally remove politics from the two jewish emigrants who came to the united states and had a story about a guy who is invincible to stop bro persecution yeah there's no politics in their huts one of the coup creators i can't remember who is jerry joe his dad was shot and killed and so like for them to make your character for heroes a bulletproof man yeah yeah like that was their significance there and they're earliest superman comics he's going he's going after war profiteers he's going after domestic abusers he's going after slum words he's preventing a prisoner from being executed by the state like he's preventing a an execution kind of a kind of a social justice were kind of a little bit there yeah and people miss it really don't know how that term became an insult like i hope yes sean i want it's just this limousine blay and people are doing that now to along that we're going to go way of defend on that one could even get a plight down i with would miles yanked i heard about a new look into their pockets and run with droppings makes mike's it in liked them so i guess exactly yeah what else we are going to be about your too far paper this is going to be part of my age you quote unquote coverage let's try to me bring a round here back to agu let me see going any sessions this issue has been very ice heavy for me he has been a lot ice talk at last year was ocean style as a result of this year with ice stuff and just happens organically i'm not like seeking it out in any way other than i'm looking for people to talk to you yeah and it just so happens that this year the cool people have been literally cool.

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"agu" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Well in today's snowflake day in agu snowflakes you know who you are you know who you are i've got a couple of snowflakes in my family and they know who they are they hate when i say the term snowflake do you know why it causes them to melt because they're snowflakes they just don't like being called snowflakes moved out west for a couple of years and became he lied his snobs at coming back down to earth after digress with this guy edge reward puts out well we had a first tonight is a facebook post we had a first tonight while i was at work tonight in uniform i stopped by outback steakhouse the supper with my wife i was approached by the manager and asked if i would put my gun in my truck i let her know that i couldn't because i was in uniform she then wet and made a call and came back and we were asked to leave because outback is a gun free so i can't make this stuff up note he says i don't blame the manager with this is ridiculous and we will never go back there ever again the post continued our reach a little bit of a resolve it what does this country coming to a uniform law enforcement officer sworn to protect and serve the public is refused service because they have a firearm i am disgusted and have no other words outback has contacted us and has apologized for the incident there was another customer get this that was scared for her life who was seated across from us this customer also stated that she was afraid because quote unquote police are shooting people and this guy and i know you're getting mad hearing this i know you are if you're driving calm down you have to take a breath pullover don't hit the bridge abutment please at sought my intention his customer also stated that she was afraid because police are shooting people and this customer went.

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"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"To feed the national network with thirty minutes of broadcast from the national agu swimming trials here in des moines iowa that would determine many of the men and women we're going to go to the olympics in our swimming team and then i sat up there on a diving tower with my microphone we went on the air and avery brundage got an argument with the other officials and i broadcast for thirty minutes without a single cloudy skies especially in northern iowa where snow shower or flurry will be possible no accumulation expected dayone sunday thirty two degrees under mostly cloudy sky we get colder on monday to a high of twenty eight tuesday day three a warm up to 42 it's shortlived low twenties will be back by the end of the week with teens in northern iowa mostly clear skies tonight twenty six degrees we'll have a few partly cloudy skies especially in northern iowa worst snow shower or flurry will be possible no accumulation expected dayone one sunday thirty two degrees under mostly cloudy sky we get colder on monday to a high of twenty eight tuesday day three a warm up to 42 it's short shortlived the 20s will be back by the end of the week with teens in northern iowa atlanta's news radio 1040 who three weather forecast i'm channel 13 meteorologist brad mcintyre here in the melina is 406 twenty eight degrees feels like twenty three degrees fair skies and five miles per hour winds out of the southwest you're listening to new news radio 1040 who right now on the van and bonnie pager whoradiocom what in the world is up with this mccaffrey mysterious contract extension and if he'd been wondering about selfdriving cars we talk all about it with ken tester right now on the van and bonnie page at who radio dot com.

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"agu" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"agu" Discussed on WCHS

"To the planet to be able to be sensitive to those differences and cassini wasn't sufficiently close until a near the end of the mission not right those final orbits but the ones that were a orbiting just outside the f ring and the final orbits allow them to finally be sensitive enough to begin to pick up these differences and june of course always had an orbit that was close enough to the planet to check it out so it's it was just really interesting to compare saturn in jupiter and i don't think that the the final results are out yet but uh what i can say is that um it's generally consistent with jupiter and saturn both being these gas giant planets with these a deep wins but jupiter's definitely a bigger planet than than saturn in its interior is clearly behaved indifferently did you hear any evidence that we are closer to knowing how long a day last on saturn sadly no i did go to that talk michelle doherty is the woman and you want to talk to she's the head of the magnitude matter instrument on cassini and they still have not been able to tell the difference between the tilt of saturn's magnetic field and the tilt of its poor access they are for all intents and purposes identical and they shouldn't be according to our understanding of how magnetic fields are generated in the first place so that's a real head scratcher and it's it's one of those things that like it's on one hand it's frustrating and on the other hand it's amazing athena nature keeps unsurprising us and is what makes science so much fun the it's a puzzle that's really fun to be puzzle about it it it would be nice to to finally make that in it and say okay yes we've put the nail in his coffin but uh but no more data is needed another mission is needed in and we still don't understand what makes saturn's magnetic field emily lock wala has more revelations from the annual meeting the agu including the latest from the curiosity rover on mars we'll see you after the break this year's planetary radio hi this is casey drier the.

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"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Was to sing the national network with thirty minutes of broadcast from the national agu swimming trials here in des moines iowa determined many of the men and women were going to go to the olympics are swimming team and then i sat up there on a diving tower with my microphone we went on the air and avery brundage got in an argument with the other officials and i broadcast for thirty minutes without a single event taking place i described every drop of water in the pool and every one of his practicing and tried to give him a run down in the argument and whether it looked like they were settling at an attitude minutes after i was off the air somebody broken national record of the legacy of the great communicator continues on news radio 1040 who and now a look back at this week in history this week 1943 italy declared war on germany its former access partner during world war two air force captain charles chuck yegor became the first person to travel faster than the speed of sao this week in ig fortyseven these acts one rocket plane yegor piloted nickname glamorous as was model after a fifty calibre bullets had the project was so secret news of the acres accomplishments what made public until june of the following year bisley in 1962 the cuban missile crisis began as reconnaissance photos showed evidence that sovietmade mediumrange missiles were being brought to cuba nelson mandela at f w de klerk awarded the nobel peace prize for apartheid in south africa this week in 1983 had this week in two thousand one twelve senate offices were closed when a letter sent to senator tom daschle was found to contain deadly anthrax that's your look back.

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"agu" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"agu" Discussed on AP News

"The agu seem to have the twins number when it comes to the postseason a p tom mary report new york advances to the ldl receptor eliminating minnesota the aol wildcard game yankees won the american league wildcard game defeating the twins eight the form minnesota grabbed a quick threenothing leila hamas bribe line belgian eddy rosario not yet yankees started louise severino with one outlook verse but new york tied in the bottom of the first regardless we went home off sorta urban santana with the score tied at four in the third yongsuk leap regatta greg burns rbi single era judged than line of german home of the fourth what york up seven to four years judge pressure we are no mold euro break young readers decided adapt and keep planner ballgame the 'acquis opened led by day david robinson gave up just one run natan to third innings york napoli's cleveland the nail division series mariam new york most americans are worried about robots taking over their jobs a few research center poll shows most us workers believe their jobs are safe from the spread of automation and robotics had only a handful the automation's cost them a job or loss of income still the survey did find widespread anxiety but the general impact of technological change threequarters of americans say it's a least somewhat realistic that robots in computers will eventually perform most of the jobs currently done by people roughly the same proportion worry such an outcome will have negative consequences such as worsening inequality where that half of respondents expect fastfood were peres insurance claims processors and legal clerks will be mostly.

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"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"agu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"With thirty minutes of broadcast from the national agu swimming trials here in des moines iowa that will determine many of the men and women were going to go oh the olympics are swimming and then i sat up there in a diving tower with my microphone we went on the air and avery brundage got into an argument with the other officials and i broadcast for thirty minutes without a single event taking place i described every drop of water in the pool in every one of his practicing and tried to give him a run down in the argument and whether it looked likely were settling it or not and two minutes after i was off the air somebody broken national record the legacy of the group communicator continues on news radio tune forty wh oh it's been a cultural revolution like no other already today various he's he's on their friend us and follow us at e whol radio down people revelled revolution meal be posted we have just a little bit of clarification as more informations coming about coming out about the shooting in virginia clarification on who has been shot us representative steve scalise says we've heard from the start one congressional aide and to capitol police officers so other reports were conflicting but this is the latest clarification of those who were shot other people may have been injured in the rush to get out we also have clarification capital police did return fire and the gunman was injured in that exchange of gunfire and that gunman has since died will continue to follow the story and let you know if there are any new developments now the latest on the roads on the traffic center overall you have what roadways but traffic is moving along and i eighty two thirty five and thirty five in the morning area there is one area of a bit of a slowdown there is it looks like a a disabled truck a stalled vehicle on high eighty eastbound this is coming after the sixtieth street ramp at west des moines with the most frequent traffic into moines all day i'm wendy wild this report is powered by the national retail foundation congressman david young thank you for standing with your local merchants and rejecting the big.

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