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"aiden" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

Poetic Earthlings

02:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"aiden" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

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"aiden" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

Poetic Earthlings

05:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"aiden" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

"Elevated her spiritual awareness. Sorry poppy eight and continued to survey the class wall until he found a crack in the south side. I haven't seen this before. The only way through was to crawl but he wandered f. This was a test maybe the divine architect was on the other side of the class. Taking notes examining his ignorant creation. He looked through the crack. Saw a red light in an object hanging from the ceiling. He waited held his breath and.

"aiden" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

Poetic Earthlings

02:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"aiden" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings

After Shopping And Shipping Crush Come Record Returns

Morning Edition

03:39 min | 3 weeks ago

After Shopping And Shipping Crush Come Record Returns

"Beginning of the year is the traditional time for fresh starts. New resolutions and returning gifts. You didn't want its peak season for online returns in this story. NPR's Alina Cell Yoke introduces us to a word that's new to me. Returns. My getting The end of the year. You think it would be the time when stores and retail companies could finally exhale from the crush of holiday shopping? But for many, it's just the beginning. This is the calm before the storm. From our perspective. Marcus Jenna's chief operating officer at B stock, which helps stores resell the returns, and January is when the big wave of those returns comes crashing in. Right after the big wave of shopping, Shin says, returns in the first place give people confidence to buy stuff. Online sight unseen returns really are highly correlated to sales. But then the more stuff we buy, the more of it is likely to get sent back and this holiday season so record setting sales, causing the 2020 ship McGee, Aiden, overwhelming postal and delivery services. So what comes next is a record setting volume of returns, which Twitter mavens of retail have been trying to call returns. My gettin doesn't really roll off the tongue, right? We're all just trying to figure out a nice way to talk about this stuff. Whatever you call it. The phenomenon is real. This year surveys air, finding the majority of shoppers planning to return at least some of their holiday gift. Nerve are which handles shipping and returns for hundreds of brands, predicts twice as many returns this year compared to last here CEO Amid Sharma and I would estimate just in the shipping cost for retailers. To get those items back. It's going to be over billion dollars over a billion dollars. Sharma says. A few trends feed into the surge of returns, and the first is pretty straightforward during the pandemic. More shoppers are buying online instead of in stores and things we buy without seeing or touching. Get returned Much more frequently in general, is 4 to 5 Times higher returns in online channel was his instruction, especially in the apparel and footwear, clothes and shoes. He says 30 to 40% of them might get returned. And there's one thing in particular that online shoppers have been doing a lot, especially during the pandemic by the same item, either in different size or in different color or style, with an intention off, keeping one and returning the other items. This is expensive for retailers who call it wardrobe being or bracketing. My favorite analogy came from Kerry's ate at warehouse robotics company Locus who says it's modern day Goldilocks. I called the three Bears concept. They're ordering a size up in a size down, but they find the one that's just right and the other two items, then our return. This has been going on for us long as online stores allowed free or relatively cheap returns. But This year in a pandemic with fewer opportunities to check things out in person. Even more shoppers discovered this option. Also, more people have been trying new stores, which means shopping at places that never visited before unsure of sizing and quality. And finally, Sharma from Navarre says they're sorry. Found one more reason. Pandemic weight changes almost 40% off. Customers have mentioned that their sizes have changed during covert time. And hence there buying multiple items making sure they fit very 2020 excuse for shopping like Goldilocks. Alina, Sell you NPR news.

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Puerto Rico seeks to arrest US tourist who refused face mask

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:28 sec | Last month

Puerto Rico seeks to arrest US tourist who refused face mask

"Judge has ordered the arrest of a tourist from the U. S mainland who's accused of attacking a National guard trooper at Puerto Rico's airport after refusing to wear a face mask as required under pandemic restrictions. 31 year old Aiden Williams now faces charges including assault in the November 28th incident, caught on video that went viral spokesman for Puerto Rico's Department of Justice says Williams is from Lake Elsinore, California but was born in South Carolina. His current whereabouts

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Three of My Favorite Books This Year... So Far

Marketing Secrets

06:28 min | 3 months ago

Three of My Favorite Books This Year... So Far

"Hey everybody who has been awesome. So we're getting closer closer to Halloween depending when you're listening to this, which Halloween was my favorite holiday for basically my entire life. I went trick or treating until I was twenty one years old. And those who are wake with Russell weren't you WANNA admission when you were nineteen and twenty and the answer is yes and yes, I dressed up as a Mormon missionary going door to door because I already have the cost you got free candy. It was awesome. the good old days. Anyway. I'll trick or treating Halloween love everything. In fact when my kids were born I was like this is the great thing world howling was amazing before it's even more amazing now and went trick or treating every single year until about three years ago three years ago was when I bought my Batman suit if you've seen. We lost expert secrets are Philip. Prizes to give away these Batman. At ironman suits I got my own custom fitted was so cool. And I was so excited because that is going to be Batman like legit Batman and I was in front suit and I was just so excited for it and remember it was long day at the office and got home as quick as I could and just trying to give your own the kids at wrestling practice wrestling practice and come back home and I'm getting more Reagan dinner. Kept. Race. Back. Yossi. Batman student, which is, it's like an hour long project to get that suit on I'm so excited feeding the kids battery stack to the office and also doorbell rings and go the door, and it's one of Ellie's friends and friends like, Hey, l. here my yeah wh, what are you doing here? Coming to trick Ellie has like. What? I triggered truth my kids. Runs over. Oh, by data out mcnew, you canton clutch like what am I? Triggered this is my my holiday. You can take my daughter trick or treating, and it only took off their friends she was gone and The boys got calls from their friends and we're going trick or treating and they took off. And I remember I was ache I wasn't ready for. I. Don't know it's like the kids leaving home only worse. I wasn't ready for it and I remember they were all gone and it was it was Aiden Nora? Tiny. She's to at the time. And so I didn't get my Batman suit on and they go to the car and. You got your suit on everything. Put it in a car seat. My time we got in the car she passed out. She was out cold as Aden in class we drove to this neighborhood ain't got out with started trick or treating and passed out in the car, and that was like the saddest thing my wife I missed Halloween. Comes to sitting down the kids are awesome. They have friends. For, it you know what I mean like false fake you're planning your kids are going GonNa. Leave the house someday and then Austin they just leave the preparation. Anyway. So how is my favorite holiday until that year and now? Holidays Fourth of July because I spend more money fourth of July, any human, and so because of that everybody comes to me and doing that to compensate for. For Kids. Anyway. That's how I really feel. I'm just joking anyway, that's those true story. This is the fourth of July is my new favorite holiday but. I'm always with Halloween and so as how gets closer I still get excited I'm not gonNA, love the lease falling into the seasons changing and Pumpkins and candy and like just all the things. So one of our family traditions every year for Halloween go to. Albion Idaho where there's this old college campus where an early nineteen hundreds a thriving college and nineteen. Twenty or something that went out of business. So it's been vacant for like one hundred years and a couple years back these family bought it and they renovated the whole thing in turn it into one of them, the dorms interns like a bed and breakfast, and then the rest of the turned to haunted houses like there's a Zombie House Claus and he's old creepy buildings from the early nineteen hundreds and anyway it's it's insane. So we go every year this year to to our friends Rachel Peterson her husband Paul and they came with us which was really fun so anyway. On the trip down Rachel says, what are your favorite books you're right now Evanston, asked me a question about books freeze 'cause I'm like. There's so many like I'm obsessed with books I have more books than I know and I buy 'em every day tons board and read most of the books I listen to audio by the physical book too because I like having physical books in. All sorts of turmoil. I sat there like a deer in headlights thinking and and I kept thinking thinking and I realized like right now and stuff because you know it is different seasons your life there's. Always, kind of things so. Anyway, I in a season my life actually cited for. I'm preparing not really a mentally thinking about my next book. I think I told you before my next book. I bought the domain bootstrap dot com books called bootstrapped, and it's going to be the final story how he did it. Because my other books have been how to books right like how to get traffic, how to build a funnel, how to copy things like that but it's not gonna be how this is the story of it. I've been obsessed like listening to books about companies and people telling their story about how they built a company and so. I've been listening to a lot of those lately just like understand how to write that way. How to tell stories that is different is different than how I've typically done things. So for me to be able to write this book to change my skill set and this hopefully is aside lesson for everyone like lot of times when we do the thing we wanna do to like. Do. We have to learn something completely different writing. If you business before you come into our world. Oh my gosh businesses, different online they we have to change how we think of meets same way for me to write six book like I learned how to write differently. and. Understand that respect that and paying attention to him trying to learn it so. Anyway. So been listening to audio books about companies about their stories come here how people tell their stories so my three books recommend hugh today are all books about people's companies And they're good for companies number one, they're fascinating books that were to really good. Storytellers the way they tell their story was fascinating where I was like sucked into the book and I couldn't stop. In fact to these books, I've listened to twice and one. Will probably listen to again I just finished that yesterday. So that's why I hadn't listened to it twice yet. Now's referee. I don't normally read things twice because I have so many books coming into both of two of the three books have already listened to twice, which is a testament how good of a story that they actually are. So without said in no particular order, I'll give you my three. Bucks Number One book. This one I'm nervous about because. It's like the dark side of Entrepreneurship Kate. You a lot of times you hear stories about who also built a company and it's like this positive thing and there's ups and downs and trials and tribulations but for the most part, it's like the positive experience, right?

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All the biggest announcements from Ubisoft's Forward event

Kinda Funny Games Daily

08:38 min | 4 months ago

All the biggest announcements from Ubisoft's Forward event

"Forward was yesterday a bunch of stuff got announced. We want to give you a recap of it. immortals. Phoenix rising was revealed of course, gods and monsters re renamed redone. It's covering the December third I. It's coming to deep breath playstation for playstation five, xbox one series series s switch PC. An Stadia on December third stadium however is getting demo before launched that'll be exclusive. Stadia it'll be a unique island. It's coming sometime later this year before December third busing you liked what you play this game yeah. No I enjoyed it like I've said this before, but it's basically you be Saas version breath wild and I think that very much shows each and every way where you have so many of the mechanics and ideas from breath while the climbing and like the the they have a shrine Like replacement in in Gaza and immortals Phoenix rising, they have the open world that is filled with puzzles and all this stuff play lot somewhere at ease. But then also if you'll. If. You'll structured like a Yousof game and I was actually talking to my roommate Michael about this last night. But he was very much like seems like breath breathalyzer came out and it it copied a lot of what you saw is doing and we saw Admiral Hey we can be. Doing I feel like that's a pretty apt way to put it almost when you look at the towers and stuff breath wild. Stuff manifest this. Game though has me excited. For I'm. Coming to next Gen, I think is exciting. I N necessarily expected not to, but this plus came out in. February and so I think I had the question of all right what does this release look like and so that's an exciting thing I. wonder if it looks better, I wonder how I wonder what the differences between the two skews It also coming to switch is really exciting because I was thinking they revealed that surprise me you know especially with the breadth of wild similarities that coming to switch I think is going to be interesting for that audience to see how people will take to it whether people flocked to order people are put off to put off by it. I. My my thing in this isn't me knocking it right breath. The wild part of that game I thought was the journey across the island and making it feel like you're making big steps watching What we saw last night from Phoenix rising. It seemed like traversing the island in getting around seemed quicker. Is that an apt description or is that just what made to look like? I think that's apt but I also wonder how late in the game that is because when I jumped in halfway through I, wonder if we're at the beginning of the game, does heal a lot slower because that is my thing with breath to you a breath breath the wild. One. Of The wild one. Breath wild felt like one of the biggest open world games I played even though it probably like in scale of the map, it probably isn't as like it probably isn't that big you know in reality but the way in which they approach like that journey aspect of it makes it feel like it's huge near exploring all these different things in that like you know you really feel like you're going. Through journey because you're kind of exploring that world slowly and meticulously, and you know, they give you the the paraglider thing early in the game breath wild Ryan so like they give you some of those those those tools to explorer in like go through the island quicker. But even even with that Econo, still feel like you're tracking few and You know really getting everything out of the map. Immoral Phoenix rising when I was playing did feel a bit like quicker and did feel be onto the next thing right? You feel like you are going to the next class breath while didn't really have A. The has system, but it's not as traditional and strict as. A. Lot of other similar open World Games try immoral Phoenix rising does seem to have a quest system that is a bit stricter in terms of, hey, go do this thing called the next question? Do this thing called? The next. Which? I think a lot of people who may not have liked breath wild for that are going to like a moral phoenix rising for its structure. But I think that also means that you might be exploring this game at a particular pace is probably going to be a bit quicker. I don't think it is going to be the man. What is this? What we're here I'M GONNA I'M GONNA check this out like this who unique thing that you've never seen before that that that blows your mind I don't know how those moments you're gonna get but you are going to have like open world puzzles and things that are discoverable just maybe not on the level of breath. Wow. Okay I had zero hype for this game and then washing shows like Oh shit I'd like to play that and I think December's time for to after like the run to black Friday new consoles or out every starting to chill and settle for the holidays. This seems like a game I play in Madame. On top of that, then prison persia the sands of time remake was announced coming January twenty first. Every of the current generation no Nexgen for it your Yuri Lowenthal is back. That's right. Spiderman of self animal prints the original prints from Principia. Exciting for that. Looking forward to playing that I said, every said current is it switched to I don't think I actually did I miss that I'm not sure I. Can you thank you very much check on that hyperscale got a little shoutout it's still free. They showed some stuff I didn't pay attention Rainbow six siege world got something there. But I in the Rainbow six siege way you off on twitter pointed out Upgrade Rainbow six siege. To Jen Councils at no additional cost in play in one hundred and twenty frames per second at four K.. Then, Scott Pilgrim vs the world. The game complete edition was announced. That's coming holiday twenty twenty as well washed. Prime showing WHO's the rapper whose in it? And Watch. Storms he they showed him getting more captive for his rap session. They reiterated October twenty ninth as a release date in the announced that aiden pierce the of protagonist from the originals watchdogs will be part of the season pass. You can get there if you want there is. One Prince Persia knock coming to switch it was. The XBOX IN PS four xbox and PS four. Yeah and then to I would like to apologize to date appears fans I. During the Stream I very much. That hey, nobody's a fan of aiden pierce nobody cares about eating peers. there. Weren't even that many wash dogs. One fans etcetera etcetera. And, yeah, the in Pierce Fans showed up in my mentions let me know they. Let me know they exist inside out here out here issue I like to issue a public apology to every eight and peers fan i. see you I hear you I understand that you exist in frantic. Now, frame did not pop out. There is going to be another ubisoft forward in the coming months. But before then before the end there, one more thing was writers republic Again, from the people who made steep this giant multiplayer online game, you're all doing outdoor shit like riding bikes and snowboarding and jumping off crap and doing races is coming February twenty fifth twenty, twenty one and gamespot reports even though that's after the launch of the. Series x? US. Offering free upgrades from PS four and xbox one versions to their respective next Gen versions, which is a very nice move on their part. Hopefully, they're committed to this. Yeah. Talk about this because you tim immediately lit up for this one and I mean, we started reading twitter. Yeah. I don't know exactly what it is about this game I don't know if there's one thing about this game rows like this me this is what I need but like the more and more they show during that trailer because it was it was a long trailer, the more and Morales like. No. Yeah. This seems like it has a fun like it seems like a fun combination of quite a few ubisoft games. Right has a lot of steep in. It seems like it has some trials in it even seems like it has some far cry in it. When you look at the world and you look at the some of the colors you see an almost has like some rage in it all. You know when you look at when you look at the colors i. I want to know more about what structure of the game is like. Is it battery Al is a like fog is, is it just you're doing a bunch of different activities that that scale based on how many players? There are ten players to thirty whatever I'm more curious about that. But from the stuff they show they show a game that was very similar to graffiti from Tony Hawk. Where graffiti is the game where like it's a multiplayer game where if you do a trick on a ramp or like on a grind or whatever yellow then color that the ramp or or the grind your color, and you are essentially doing as matrix all over the map as you can in order to take over the map versus your opponent almost kind of platoon ish in a way. They showed a game battle is very much that we've made me go. Oh, snap. All right. This seems like it has a lot in in terms of the different, the different ways in which you can have fun. So all about it looks cool. It looks like it's going to grow over time I'm surprised it's coming out so soon.

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A drone that fights mosquito-borne illnesses

Science Magazine Podcast

05:40 min | 7 months ago

A drone that fights mosquito-borne illnesses

"Mosquito borne infections like Zepa Dangi malaria and she can. Cause millions of deaths each year, many different approaches have been tried to prevent their bites, bednets, asides, fumigation, and genetic controls Nicole. Colbert and colleagues wrote this week in science robotics about a new way to deal with deadly mosquitos. Using Drones Hainkel has there. How are you pretty good? How are you and thank you very much? This approach with drones it starts with a type of genetic control used for tapping down mosquito populations. How does that part work began a mass fear them and and big laboratories there sterilize, and then take into the fields, and then ultimately released trying to integrate them into the wild population with females, so if there's a bunch of sterile males out there. There the females are not going to have very much reproductive success exactly so when a sterile mating occurs the stereo mail transfer Cerro sperm to the female, and thus ingesting a form of thoroughly within the wild population, which, if done over time with weekly release for example you can sort of suppress population dumbed quite a low level. Why has this type of method been adopted, say instead of pesticides or fumigating the area and trying to just kill all the tax. So this is a technique that was developed in the nineteen fifties. It's been used successfully against particularly agricultural pests, such as fruit flies very environmentally friendly technique. It does not have any impact on the non target organisms. Pesticides are becoming more and more regular. It's around. The world's insecticides are purchasing resistance than the population of Mosquitos and become less effective over time, and at the same time we're seeing an increase in mosquito populations around the world. It is l. pictures is managed to. Arise from the forests of Asia on colonize every continent besides toxic in the last four years then get incidents is increasing dramatically, and in light of this whol of express an urgent need for attorney mosquito control methods. Why would you need to use a drone for this method of population control in previous sterilization technique pilot trials with excuse, they've always been carried out from the ground to move towards an operational level area is most likely the way that will be going forward. Offers many advantages over grind release. You can cover much larger. And a much shorter time. It's also much more cost effective. You have less vehicles on the ground. Less labor costs associated less gasoline an idea that he's drawing. Is that once? You purchase that you have a one time cost? It's capable of flying for Bremner Say Twenty Twenty five minutes. You could perhaps carry a few hundred thousand a week. I, read a little bit less, but it is possible with. With upscaling to carry a little bit more and offers a possibility to cover quite a large area and a relatively short time. I was surprised to learn that. Mosquitoes don't travel very far. Even though they can fly, they gonNA. Stick around where they are, and so it makes sense to drop them all over the place said of releasing them from one centralized spot. That's very true. That's particularly true of eighties Egypt. It's estimated to disperse fifty to a hundred meters in its lifetime so very short distances by grind. It would just be so much more tedious, but if you have a drawn, you can just go up there and ensure you're making a a nice homogenous distribution with your release, and perhaps aiden with the dispersal. When you tested this I in the lab. What did you have to optimize to get this little carrier that you made that attached to the drone? What did you have to focus on to get it to work? It was a really intensive twelve months in the lab. There was so many things that had to be optimized both from our side, and also on the side of the the X. Ngo that we were collaborating with we need to. To look at things like the idea of storage temperature traditionally when be up to the release of sterile insects, usually in a chilled state, so they're sleeping. We needed to know what the best temperature was for that, and also when we have kept them asleep I alone. Hell long did it take to wake up after they've been sleeping and that's particularly important when releasing by air because you want them to wake up before they reach the ground. Out Results, minutely bill determined the height that you can actually fly the drone up, so we were looking at that as well as things like the level of compaction, we want to try carry many mosquitoes in one flight as we can, but when you put look of them, you're talking tens of thousands one box. They're going to be weighed down on top of each other and the ones that the boom bill eventually become damaged, so we can optimize in the. The maximum amount that we could put in one canister, and ultimately how many Mosquitos could release per flight? Another parameter we look that was wind resistance. When you're flying a drone a certain speed, there's going to be quite effective wind when they come drawn, so we wanted to know have affected our I mean does disease damage wings can this fly is lethal? So we made wind tunnel Metex observe flight ability after being subjected to various speeds of wind and we. We also looked at the drop speed again to determine the height of release. So when you drop a sleeping skew, have quickly. Does it full and again that would help determine the height of release

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Yemen's southern separatists claim sole control of Aden

Doctor Health Radio Show

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Yemen's southern separatists claim sole control of Aden

"Yemen's southern separatist have broken a peace deal with the country's internationally recognized government claims sole control of the regional capital of Aiden Sunday's announcement threatens to resume fighting between the two ostensible allies separatist southern transitional council's backed by the United Arab Emirates he says it'll self govern

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How Do We Fall Asleep?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

08:20 min | 1 year ago

How Do We Fall Asleep?

"On this podcast. You take questions from kids just like you all over the world and we find answers. We've heard from a lot of you who listen to podcast when you're winding down and getting ready for bed so it makes sense that a lot of you are inspired to send. Us questions about sleep. Flooded people toss and turn on the Risley when new getting into the deep sleep. You'll Buri somehow wakes you up but kicking and it feels like you're really hot. Why's that I don't want to get out of bed in the morning? And when it is nighttime I don't want to go. She read in this episode. We are answering your questions about sleep. Did you know there are doctors who focus specifically on helping kids sleep better? We found one of them at national Jewish health. That's a hospital in Colorado. My Name is Dr Lisa. Meltzer and I am a pediatric sleep psychologist. Which means I work with kids to help them sleep better. Do you feel like you sleep. Pretty well do you think. Oh Yea when the adults in your life tell you it's bedtime or do you struggle to get ready for bed and maybe even struggled to go to sleep or to stay asleep. Dr Meltzer says there are a few things that all of us can do to help us on the path to good sleep. Kids have a very consistent bedtime. Wake time so that means you go to bed about the same time every night. Wake up about the same time every morning. We recommend things like not having any screens in your bedroom. Having a bedroom. That's nice and cool and dark and a place that you like to sleep things like that that are very consistent. What we call sleep health. Let's jump right into some of our questions because we have a lot of kids who have sent us questions about sleep or we're going to start with the basics. Hi My name is and I live in South Orange New Jersey. I'm Steffan and my question is why do people need to sleep? Thank you I love your show similarly from Jordan in Vermont. Why do we really need to go to? Here's one from Maria and five years old and I come from Ottawa Ontario. And my question is why people need to sleep and we also got this from five year old aiden in McKinley Bill California. Why do have to sweep? 'cause I don't will you get and by the White Cornyn Swe We book. That sounds like a lovely way to fall asleep. Aiden so Dr Meltzer. Why do we need to sleep? These are great questions that scientists are spending a lot of time trying to better understand and we don't have one particular answer but we have a lot of different reasons that people think are important for why we sleep. The first one goes back to how humans have developed so there was a time when humans didn't live in houses but lived out in caves. Lived out in the wild and at night when they sleep they were inactive and that made them vulnerable so that predators. The big animals might come and attack them during the night. So you sleep to stay away from those animals that might come and harm in the middle of the night. In other words people were possibly safer tucked up in a cave or shelter sleeping through the night instead of being out and about in the dark when there were big animals with better eyesight also roaming around but being asleep doesn't mean your body shuts down completely. You can still be somewhat alert to danger when you're sleeping you do notice a little bit of the world around you. You can hear certain sounds and things like that and it same thing back in those times where you would want enough of a consciousness enough of awareness of what's going on around you to protect you from those Predator so we call that the evolution of why we sleep so another theory why we sleep is to conserve our energy. I mean we use a lot of energy during the day when you're running and you're playing when you sleep. These things changed the number of calories that you need reduce your temperature drops down your body is basically given a time to rest and relax. So that conserves your energy while you're sleeping and along those lines that allows your body to restore itself so again you're working your muscles all these types of things when you're awake and when you rest it allows them to heal sort of like when you get a cold at night it allows your immune system to fight off those bad germs to help you get better again really interesting one of the first things that happens when you fall asleep is growth hormone is released in growth hormone helps you grow so you literally grow in. Your sleep. So that's another reason. Why Sleep is important. I knew it. I knew I felt taller when I wake up in the morning. Okay maybe it doesn't work that way for adults but that's pretty cool isn't it? You grow while you're sleeping kind of make sleeps on more appealing more like something you might. WanNa do doesn't it? But it's not just your body that gets to rest and recover and rebuild from a busy day of running around. Your brain also need sleep to stay at peak performance. We know that children's brains develop in different ways as they get older so in very young children. The areas around language envision are the parts that are the most active during sleep. Because that's the part of you that's developing during the day and when you're in school aged the parts of your brain that start learning all the different things like math and reading those parts of your brain start to develop when you become a teenager the front part of your brain that helps you with decision making and keeping your mood. Nice calm. That's the part of your brain. That's most active during sleep. So your brain is also developing during sleep. Here's something else you might like to know. Sleep helps you remember what you've learned you take in information while you're awake but it sets in your brain while you're sleeping so if you're studying for say vocabulary test you. WanNa go to sleep after you've because it will help your brain remember. Those words in the morning same goes for all kinds of memories and other things. You might want to be able to repeat like that joke. Your friend told you that you can't wait to tell someone else. Hello My name is Shaun. I live in San Diego. My question is what is sleeping. Get rid of toxins in your brain. Why does sleeping get rid of toxins in the brain? It's a great question so again during the day. Our brain is really busy with everything that we have to do to help us get through the day but when we're sleeping our brain is less busy with all those activities so it has time basically to clean itself out and the toxins build up as we're active and doing all the things that we're doing so sleep gives a time for the brain to relax and sort of take care of itself. I like picturing little cleaners with brooms and stuff inside my brain going in and sweeping and scraping things off. That don't need to be there. That's perfect I mean. It really is a time. It's kind of like when you leave school overnight. They come in and they clean all the rooms and they get ready for the next day. It's the same kind of thing going on in your brain. We have some questions for you. Dr Meltzer about movement and Hello. My name is emily now from Brisbane Australia. Seven and my question is when you sleep. He'll but we're new getting into the deepest sleep your body somehow wakes you up but kicking in feels like you jump really hot what I want to know. So this is something called a hip nick jerk or asleep twitch hip nick jerk sleep twitch. I love that name. Do you ever have a hip. Nick Jerk happen to you. You're just falling asleep and then you feel like you're falling and your body twitches and it wakes you up if you watch babies. They do this all the time when they're falling asleep as you get older you tend to do it a little bit less and there's again multiple reasons why people think this happens. One of the reasons is that as you're falling asleep all of your muscles start to relax and your brain may think oh those muscles relaxing. They must be falling. And it kicks you awake and that causes you to jerk or jump high into the air. It could make maybe even scare you that feeling of

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Suns overcome Smart's record 11 3s, beat Celtics 123-119

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Suns overcome Smart's record 11 3s, beat Celtics 123-119

"Phoenix this trio of Devin Booker T. Andriy Aiden and Mattel bridges carry the sons to all one twenty three one nineteen road win over Boston Booker led the way with thirty nine points ten rebounds and nine assists Eaton had twenty six and fifteen rebounds while bridges scored a career high twenty six Phoenix led by as many as sixteen in the first half Boston cut it to two with five point five seconds to play but Booker sealed at the line listen you know trying to I guess so close it out you know give everyone that we can get obviously it's not so easy to come by those in this in this week's specially on the road against his team Marcus smart scored a career high thirty seven Jayson Tatum at twenty six and Gordon Hayward twenty two in the Celtic six loss in eight games Geffen Coolbaugh Boston

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Shade Is Becoming a Hot Commodity in L.A.

99% Invisible

07:54 min | 1 year ago

Shade Is Becoming a Hot Commodity in L.A.

"Last October. The mayor of L. A.. Eric Garcetti gave a speech about one of the biggest biggest issues facing his city is just way too hot and we know that climate change is not an abstract crisis. This is the fight of our lives. Eric Karsh City the in south Los Angeles today rolling out key elements of his cool streets. Program this is the first of five neighborhoods across the city where we're rolling out new features. That'll help us. Lower our temperatures apertures the city. Trying lots of things to cool down temperatures like painting sidewalks white but the easiest way to solve this problem is shade it just creating shade lots of neighborhoods in La. Don't have tree coverage or high-rise buildings and because of city bylaws it's really difficult to build features like shade sales or canopies journalists. Sam Block has spent a lot of time looking into shade so I sat down to talk with him about why is actually a matter of life or death eh for people living in release on places so you used to live in Los Angeles and what did you notice about Los Angeles when you start walking around the city. What did I notice? I notice that there was no one around. I noticed that the people who were around what have to position themselves in such a way to protect themselves cells from the sunlight. What do you mean? I noticed people waiting for the buses behind telephone poles. I notice people waiting behind the people waiting behind telephone poles because there's only that small sliver of shade that people were protected from the sunlight. Why is she two important? Los Angeles like most every city in the world is heating up. There are some scientists who I speak to who have found that in hot dry air it environments like Los Angeles but also Phoenix. That shade is the most important factor when it it comes to human comfort more than temperature more than humidity more than wind speed. And there's a close relationship between human thermal comfort and mortality and and illness and heatstroke. If you don't have shade if you're not protected from the sun you can. Oh you can become dizzy. You can become disoriented. You can become confused fused authentic to hydrated if you are obese or elderly or pregnant that can tap into more dangerous things like heart attack organ failure Into what is the magnitude of the problem in La. There are a few different ways of thinking about it okay. We can talk about shade in terms of tree canopy which is a very serious problem? mm-hmm Los Angeles has terribly unequal tree canopy by tree canopy. I just mean coverage Lindsey your daughter space looking down in La. You'll see parts of the city that are covered in green. And you'll see parts of the city that are not. They're baking an asphalt and those two. At follow lines of wealth. It's a problem with tree canopy. It's a problem. In terms of the built urban form Los Angeles notoriously anti density Los Angeles has image of itself is not being New York City in fact being the Anti New York City so oh sunlight and open space is a part of the culture. That's not necessarily problem but it becomes a problem when you can't escape it right so there are no tall. Buildings provide some measure of shade. I wouldn't go as far as say. There are no tall bill. However in futile there are a few tall buildings space pretty far apart correct? They're located in certain height districts. Downtown being one of them and even some areas that city planners have designated be taller neighborhoods. Even today there's still fought and contested by neighborhood favorite activists. So I've seen the pictures I get a sense that Los Angeles used to be greener like there was a lot of shade. So tell me how the city was designed and how how it developed into this so time was Los Angeles was a prairie if you look at photos of La from a hundred years ago it's all grasslands and when it was settled. Oh by the Spanish downtown which was the original settlement was laid out according to the law of the indies. This city would roughly conform to a forty five degree angle. So you could have some light in the winter and shade aiden shadow in the summer. So explain the law of the indies. What does this mean? The laws of the indies means. Build your cities at forty five degrees basically really completely unlike the way we think of most American cities which have this sort of North South East West original grid. So you have these settlements that are laid out in such a way as to be able to create shadow data when you need it and also to bestow sunlight also when you need it. Spanish architecture a very strong sense of natural comforts. You'll see a lot of these kinds of missions and adobe toby that have these internal courtyards that are shaded You'll have covered. Walkways PA- CEOS. And even today you'll see a lot of this and like Spanish revival architecture or you know outdoor malls that have goofy Spanish names Los Angeles was also in a way sort of a dusty old West town. So you think about these covered boardwalks. You think about large judge Canvas awnings that are cooling people who are living outside and also cooling indoors. which at the time didn't have air conditioning? And another way that Los Angeles tried to stay cool was through rich. Beautiful kind of flamboyant not just tree canopy but in a syncretic overwhelming variety of exotic flora and fauna So during during this period there was a recognition of the environment and how to be comfortable inside of it. And when did that go wrong. You put it that way. Things started to go wrong after cheap. Electricity came down to Los Angeles with the completion of what's now called the Hoover Dam. See Start to see the city rebuild itself and the new development becomes like we see today you have controlled air conditioning. The of the automobile which comes to dominate the city in the thirties and the forty s and with the automobile. You have a whole new way of seeing the city. The names of the streets are translated into magic fabulous. Stacks of freeways tremendous tons of the city started to think about how to market itself and how to make itself seem more attractive to outsiders. And this is where you get palm trees palm trees one. SAS said were about as useful for shade as a telephone pole uh-huh. She hated them but the city was enamored of an. Interestingly you have different philanthropists and celebrities starting to think about trees as being a public good the palm tree in particular being one. That doesn't just message. La Is kind of Semitropical Paradise. But also as Mary Pickford said it's very good for window shopping from the CD your car because the tree trunks aren't that robust so if you're driving down some boulevard you can see all the great stuff because the palm tree is narrow so Los Angeles was also rezoned rezoned in the nineteen thirties to become a single family city Los Angeles in order to sort of not pacify not suck up to sort of remake itself in the image of the the Fha they decided that all new single family homes had to come in the front and aside yard start to create a lot of space around them. Los Angeles really starts to hate the idea of density. And so when you have this type of sprawling not very dense city How is this? Shade distributed unevenly shade is distributed to people who can afford it. If you go into these neighborhoods that were laid out to be wealthy residential enclaves you very wide sidewalks sidewalks and the the Strip of grass where you can tree plant which is called the parkway becomes four or five maybe even ten feet wide when you have these wider parkway's you have a greater space to the plant bigger thicker leafier tree so the parkway is the area between the sidewalk and the road correct can be pretty wide and therefore have treats them correct in other neighborhoods. That have been red line that were designed as sort of worker housing. That were meant to sort of Jammed together you don't have these kinds of wide residential sidewalks instead instead. What you have are very narrow sidewalks because these neighborhoods are designed to facilitate automobile passage? So if you have a narrow sidewalk you don't really have the space to plant a thick leafy

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Teenager who suffered seizure saved by online gamer 5000 miles away

Glenn Beck

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Teenager who suffered seizure saved by online gamer 5000 miles away

"Now this is a wonderful story there is a a British teenager by the name of Aiden Jackson seventeen years old living in witness England and he was playing a video game online with among other people Asia a twenty year old in Texas by the name of DHEA well for a so we're talking about the distance between England and Texas and what happened was that deal of Thawra realize while playing the game with his British buddy but there was something wrong with the with his friend that's what I thought was a so he jumped into action called the local police local meaning in England and explained he said I'm calling from the U. S. I'm currently on a call with my friend he had a seizure and he's not responding anymore brown so it in this in this kid was playing in his room is mom and dad were were there in the house that they didn't know they were there isn't there within his arm quite playing they rushed to him and the next thing they know they had two police cars outside with flashing lights well in the call what was the woman's name can be heard telling police I'm calling from the U. S. I'm currently on a call with my friend who had a seizure and is not responding anymore so anyway Aiden's aid was gonna be okay and the savings mom and dad talked with the D. F. here in Texas I don't where does the seed we here in Texas I'll have to look

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Teenager who suffered seizure saved by online gamer 5000 miles away

Glenn Beck

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Teenager who suffered seizure saved by online gamer 5000 miles away

"Now this is a wonderful story there is a a British teenager by the name of Aiden Jackson seventeen years old living in witness England and he was playing a video game online with among other people Asia a twenty year old in Texas by the name of DHEA well for a so we're talking about the distance between England and Texas and what happened was that deal of Thawra realize while playing the game with his British buddy but there was something wrong with the with his friend that's what I thought was a so he jumped into action called the local police local meaning in England and explained he said I'm calling from the U. S. I'm currently on a call with my friend he had a seizure and he's not responding anymore brown so it in this in this kid was playing in his room is mom and dad were were there in the house that they didn't know they were there isn't there within his arm quite playing they rushed to him and the next thing they know they had two police cars outside with flashing lights well in the call what was the woman's name can be heard telling police I'm calling from the U. S. I'm currently on a call with my friend who had a seizure and is not responding anymore so anyway Aiden's aid was gonna be okay and the savings mom and dad talked with the D. F. here in Texas I don't where does the seed we here in Texas I'll have to look

Kucherov scores 2, Lightning top Coyotes 4-0 for 9th in row

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Kucherov scores 2, Lightning top Coyotes 4-0 for 9th in row

"Nikita Kucherov scored two goals and Andre vessel of ski made twenty five saves as the Tampa Bay Lightning blank the visiting Arizona coyotes for nothing Thursday night the lightning extended their win streak to nine games one off their franchise record while holding the coyotes win streak it for that so lets you earn his first shutout of the season Arizona suffering from goalie injury started Aiden hill in net to finish with thirty three saves on thirty seven shots their best chance at a goal was a breakaway by Taylor hall that bass lets you got his right pad on to save Steven Stamkos had two assists to bring his career total to four hundred Walter Marcia Cano Tampa

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Hall Lifts Coyotes Over Panthers 5-2 For 4th Straight Win

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Hall Lifts Coyotes Over Panthers 5-2 For 4th Straight Win

"Opposite that carries even with their third string goalie in that Aiden hill they go in they beat the Panthers for their fourth straight win as the interview enough five two victory there so the dogs are aptly rolling at Taylor hall scored the go ahead goal late in the second and then the coyotes take it from there Matt rules your new head coach of the Carolina Panthers eighty seven years sixty two million dollar deal as the new coach gene of pay curve is just blown out of the water by David temper the Panthers owner Joe judge the special teams coordinator for the patriots and receivers coach is new head coach the New York Giants and that's not going over real well in

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Northwestern QB Commit Aidan Atkinson Arrested on 2018 Sexual Assault Charges

Mandy Connell

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Northwestern QB Commit Aidan Atkinson Arrested on 2018 Sexual Assault Charges

"High school quarterback arrested on sex assault charges will not play in a playoff game tonight he turned himself in to police this morning Fairview starter Aiden act considers arrested the eighteen year old faces three charges of sexual assault one charge of attempted sexual assault and five charges of unlawful sexual contact the alleged incident happened on a party bus last year at the time that I can said it was a juvenile Fairview meets cherry creek tonight in a five a playoff

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Northwestern QB commit in class of 2020 charged with multiple counts of sexual assault

WBBM Late Morning News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Northwestern QB commit in class of 2020 charged with multiple counts of sexual assault

"North western recruit record setting quarterback Aiden Atkinson has been arrested this morning in boulder Colorado charged with three counts of sexual assault police say for an incident that that concern was a part of a party bus last year he just broke Colorado state record for passing yards into he's now faces multiple sexual assault

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Trump prioritized Biden investigation over Ukraine aid

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Trump prioritized Biden investigation over Ukraine aid

"And Republican lawmakers presented dueling narratives today as a US congressional impeachment inquiry that threatens Donald Trump's wants to multi presidency and to the crucial new phase with the first televised public hearing evidence was heard from two career. US diplomats Matt's William Taylor and George Kent who voiced alarm over the Republican president and those around him pressuring Ukraine to conduct investigations. That would benefit trump politically one revelation in particular drew attention showing trump's keen interest in Ukraine investigating political rival. Joe Biden aiden. Taylor said a member of his staff overheard July twenty six phone. Call between trump and Gordon sunland a form of political donor appointed as as a senior diplomat. In which the Republican president asked about those investigations and Sunlen told him that the Ukrainians were ready to proceed following the coal which occurred a day after trump had asked Ukraine's president during a phone call to conduct these investigations. The staff member asked Sunland the US ambassador to the European Union. What trump thought about Ukraine said Taylor? The top US diplomat in Ukraine ambassador. Sunland responded that President Trump cavs more about the investigations of Biden which Giuliani was pressing for Taylor testified referring to trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani in previously unheard testimony. Bill Taylor the acting. US Ambassador to Ukraine said a member of his staff was told. Mr Trump was preoccupied with pushing for a probe into Mr Biden. Asked by Adam Schiff the committee's Democratic chairman if that meant trump cared more about the investigations nations than about Ukraine. Taylor said Yes sir.

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Bitesize History - The Aden Emergency

Brief History Podcast

07:40 min | 1 year ago

Bitesize History - The Aden Emergency

"Today's episode it is on aden emergency also known as ratified uprising nam insurgency by the NFL f and the f. r. o. s. y. during the code will against british forces stationed in south arabia protectorate of the british empire is now forms part of yemen partly inspired by nasser's pan arab nationalism began on the fourteenth of october nineteen sixty three with the throwing over grenade covered officials a apple a state emergency was declared added british crime commonly of aid on his hinterland the aid them protector emergency escalated in nineteen sixty seven and hastening ended british rule in the territory which again in eighteen thirty nine on the thirty for now remember nineteen sixty seven british forces withdrew an independent people's republic was proclaimed kim was originally of interest to britain as an anti-piracy station put to protect shifted on the routes to british india with the oakland the show as canal in eighteen sixty nine forever serve as colon station following the independence of india nineteen forty seven eight became less important to the united kingdom emerged saved was precipitated in large part a large wave of arab nationalism spread to the arabian peninsula and stemming largely from associated arabist don twins of egypt lead at gamal abdel nasser british french is raving forces that had invaded egypt in nasser's nationalization of the suez canal in nineteen fifty six had been forced to retool following intervention from both the united states soviet union naso enjoyed only limited success in spreading his pan arabist doctrines through the arab world his nineteen the attempt to unify egypt in syria as united arab republic traps inflator three years later perceive anti-colonial rising in ada in nineteen sixty three provided another potential opportunity for his doctrines there is not clear what extent acting independently themselves by nineteen sixty three and ensuring years anti-british critic group in various political tips began coalescing into larger roy organizations i e supported national liberation front NS hostilities start on the fourteenth for december nineteen sixty three with grenade attack against which is the capture london flight the great killed a woman in fifty of people are not state emergency was declared in aden one such attack was carried out gets REI co moscow join us children party killing a girl wounded for children tax largely focused on kidding off duty police officers on british officers much violence was carried out in crates the oat quarter of item which forces attempted to intercept weapons being smuggled into crater by the f. l. o. s. y. on the dalai owned by the athletes met little success despite taking a toll on british forces the death toll among rebels were far higher largely did to inter factional fighting among different rebel groups in one thousand nine hundred sixty four the british twenty four imp retreat craig arrived to conduct land operations it remained in a in a protector until november nineteen sixty seven or nineteen sixty oy the station RAF moscow was operating nine squadrons these included transport units has the largest number of hope a fighter jets these record in by the army for a tax on rebel positions which they could you sixty pound high explosive ask provoke street riots in asia after the agent police lost control british high commissioner sir richard turnbull the pro british troops to crush the riots as soon as the eknath riots request pro f worldwide took to the streets fighting between british aiden shooting attacks against british forces including the destruction of aden airways douglas dc three which would bunk in mid air can or the it was occupied by rebel forces concerns were heightened garden the ability to give sufficient security british families in the midst increase violence resulting invitation plans for families being sped up considerably following the mutiny or push i'm engaged in gun battles while arson looting and murder was also common which forces blocked off the two main entrances to create

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How AI Impacts Children of the Future

Talking Machines

09:29 min | 1 year ago

How AI Impacts Children of the Future

"I think thinking once again is a strong word but I've been doing some talking about it and actually I was at a really interesting events Bill Thompson invited me to that was yesterday Monday and it's go out and radio full tomorrow panel session on Children and how they are affected by and Bill Thompson is is a technology reporter with the BBC's crack yes and he he runs a wide listen to podcast called digital planet so he put together this conference puts together via this conference at the BBC and we had a panel this year on a and how it's affecting children it's broadcast on the show called the media show Nice and was it how I is how like tools are affecting children or how children see their world being changed by were you looking at looking at the impact on the population or how the population his fee is like feeling impacted it was a sort of combination of things so we had a panel that included naira funds elk who's at the Dyson School of design engineering in imperial she's a psychologist and it was really great to meet because in the Green Room beforehand I was just connecting on so many things she's very interested in the design of these systems in how we improve the way that they interact with human uses which I think is also the future alongside the children that's if we're GONNA get a I to be working in practice we need people who are working that interface of understanding how humans interact will react from -nology and how we can improve technology to improve the quality of those actions will reactions was an long field who is the Children's Commissioner which is a senior UK government post worrying about children's issues and Hannah aiden whose documentary film okay and also I think by the paddle was being representing a younger person's point of view younger person's perspective someone who's grown up with these technologies around and influencing her as panel discussion amongst us which was opened by they often see for definition of machine learning so I gave the dissertation driven technology and that sort of pushed the conversation very quickly into being much more we're about data it was a very interesting panel discussion a lot of the points I would raise were being raised by other panel makers tonight era was talking about the challenges Wade not being able to understand the impact six of the very rapidly moving data ecosystem so this is something and I said in the show that I would call the big data power folks which is this notion that we're getting more and more data about more and more people but we seem unable to to understand society better so we always losing our understanding society so you see that in a number of as you see that in polls predicting elections that we're not managing to make accurate predictions despites measuring people in more ways or having more access to information the people you see in medicine where we're trying to stratified medical treatments apply them to individuals so I think that challenge is at the heart of our ability to judge the impact particularly on say children one of the points thinking about making it never got the chance to make his will on the positive side kids lose interest in particular social media networks so quickly the the moment all facebook's damaging and by the time we will thought we'd like became vaginal intercourse cattle kids are all going face what off how old are you may have heard immunity and they're totally an interesting what do you say daddy joe as well and Groovy cool man I learnt chick talk I think is a big thing now I really have any idea have sensible snapchat is at I tried asking by twelve year old and he said I didn't use the word lame because that words out somewhat I understood the meaning I can't reconstruct kind hung up so I think that's a really big challenge is you can't measure the impact of the very rapidly moving technologies answer to raise this point she said well the now the problem is that the tech companies on transparent so they don't WanNa share the data and then I said something that may get into trouble because everyone people were like whoa what are you say so I try to point out that might think that just being obscure but I believe that they don't understand why platforms themselves and that did freak everyone you can see the whole the panel did a sort of collective what then okay now I have like thirty second segments to try to explain the nuances of what I'd saying here because for the first time I was introduced as the deep mind professor and well well in that yet a- actually I heard today I heard someone talking about the department and they would just into my office in my office door was open and they said that's the deep mind guy so now I'm referred to by shorthand I shy back what do you mean on the talking machines purse Yes yes no deep mind guy talking machines person yes very important distinction yes okay machines person there was I'd been introduced so I was and there's some this happens if you are representing academic machine learning in a diverse panel of coming from different perspectives one of the things you'll find happening yourself which is a little bit difficult to deal with issue will be inflated with big tack because in most societal debates there's no separation and I think that's quite hard for those of us to doing academic machine learning there's no we because we have a quite distinct understanding of the and we thought about in about and think well we thought about this we have people doing fantasy we have people doing this we have reports that we wrote six years ago before you woke up to the us saying these things no one cares no basically no one cares because the main voice they here is a bunch of people have done startup companies have been doing machine learning two years and sort of sowing the seeds of a magical technology so that's the voice of the tech world so whatever you think people looking at you as a sort of nuanced listen who's been carrying about these subjects forget it all they see is there's this conflation so when I said this thing will tech companies themselves down on sand are you about what effect is but I do think it's true that the what we're deploying is so complex because we were talking about things like regulation that often comes up and naught against regulation but I just worry that some of the regulation ideas people so naive and so unlikely to deliver anything and will push push us into a point where we're doing more harm than good so so I tried to give sort of analogy while if I tried to describe why people don't understand underrun systems because the complexity in the side effects downstream affects what I should have really added is that the systems are integrated with society so well understanding the system would understand the feedback effects which I refer to as Information Dynamics Rodney Smith has a really interesting project on his he called it close Loop Machine Learning and actually near Niro was that WHO's working on this thing what is the effect of the thing you've deployed on society itself could that cause uh-huh Oscillation the Renault that happens in a closed loop system so I was trying to clarify that and then also try and say look I'm not against regularly the big tech 'cause I was also whilst what these big companies you know don't have to do something to control them with all the states and I'm instead of minds about that all on one side as I said very large companies such as Google facebook and Amazon bringing capabilities to small independent companies that they never had access beautiful so you could now you can start a little company like made in Cambridge chocolates you have to make them right and then you just you can advertise on Google and facebook you can hit a worldwide audience you can distribute on Amazon you could actually choose something you want to do that like thirty years ago you just couldn't have done and I think that's 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"aiden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"aiden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Aiden around Paso where the president brought that up to see if we can get something done and Republicans want to do and Democrats want to do it with a Washington post report thing in our is when lapierre told the president if he supported laws to extend background checks it would not be popular with his voter base democratic senator Chris Coons told fox it's a great to provide comfort and prayers but it's more important that we take bipartisan action immigrant advocates are upset inspectors online show children of set of their father or mother got caught up in a nice rate rounding up illegal immigrants working a chicken processing plants in Mississippi they would check for proof of residency from the workers those without it were lined up their hands were zip tied behind their backs and their personal possessions were put in clear plastic bags they were taken by bus to an airport hangar for processing some will be arrested for crimes some will be deported immediately fox's Steve Harrigan says it happens on the first day of school that meant that some parents were separated from their children local community scramble to try to do what they could to keep children safe one GM opened up its stores for children including some toddlers Democrats plan to go to the source of the central American migrants surge fox's Rachel Sutherlin live in Washington state house speaker Nancy Pelosi who's leading the delegation says lawmakers ahead to Central America to meet with government representatives faith based groups and human rights organizations then the group will visit McAllen Texas to check out my grid detention facilities and talk with asylum seekers speaker Pelosi signaling this could be one of many trips to detention center saying house Democrats will constantly visit the board to demand the conditions are improved to reflect American values and respect the dignity of every person.

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"aiden" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"And I'd like to write out the syllabus with you. I'm gonna ask you four questions, and it's a lightning round. So just give me what what comes to mind. And then we'll finish it up with a book for the syllabus for the listeners ready. All right. What's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes? Engaging the patients what is the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid not involving their care team? How do you stay relevant as an organization despite constant change being a part of that change. Nice. What is the one area of focus that should drive all else in your company, creating value for the consumer and for the healthcare system. And finally, what book would you recommend to our listeners Aiden, I would recommend there so many, but one that has has stood out is redefining health care. Care by Michael porter. And essentially what I the reason that I recommend it is that allays a framework for us to assess healthcare solutions in the healthcare system, and that is defining value. And in healthcare value is the outcomes were able to achieve for patients divided by the cost of that solution. So if we focus on that, we don't only will be able to improve our patients lawns. But also do it in a sustainable manner in which we curb the ballooning healthcare costs. That's awesome. Yeah. I really enjoyed that one too and outcomes rocket listeners if you haven't pick up that book, redefining health care, Michael porter. And if you're driving or you're running or doing something else, don't worry, just go to outcomes, rocket dot com slash Aiden. That's a I d e n n you'll be able to find the show notes links to any of the things that we've talked about including the book that he recommended as well as links to pillow. She could tap into the thing. That we discussed without having to miss a beat. So before we conclude Aiden, I'd just like to invite you to share a closing thought and the best place at the listeners get old of you. Yeah. Thank you so much just each of us can make such a huge impact on the lives of others and pillow may be my way, but never be afraid to dream chase..

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"aiden" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"I mean, you can't not love this little guy. Do they all come with those little is? Yeah. Yeah. So we intentionally built a the blue eyes. Because we truly believe that you know, to impacts behavior we needed to create a social connection with in our patients. And so so it's essentially a our goal is to make him into a person in the home rather than a thing on your countertop. So we really have touched on so many really great things here Aiden. So to the listeners, obviously, you know, there's themes here right health care is happening or should be happening outside of the hospital. There's a silo there that needs to be addressed. There's those social determinants of health that need to be addressed. If we're going to actually be able to impact outcomes, and what Aidan and his team have done is. They said okay enough with treating symptoms. We're going to treat the cause. And I think is this is really neat. And so the other element that you guys have done while it could seem subtle on the surface. Really the humanization of treatment and so bringing the human element is so key. You guys are definitely putting the care into health care. So I think it's pretty cool that you guys are doing over there though. Thank you so much. Yeah. Exactly. You hit the nail on the head. And that is having an assistant were intelligent assistant inside the hall, mentally fits the current technology trends in which we're moving more and more toward of voice based interaction with technology, which rather than having to stare at a screen at interrupt your daily life. We are trying to fit seamlessly into our users lines and on the other side from the healthcare standpoint. A we are attempting to have this device in the home such that we enable whether it's a family member or a provider or a healthcare one of our healthcare partners to strata FAI that. Specific users risk while they're inside the home, which has been impossible up to this point. I believe now that's really neat and so eight and what would you say a hot topic that should be on every medical leaders agenda today? Yeah. So I think in healthcare we have always been focused on what happens inside the four walls of the hospital and the clinic, and there has been efforts to move that into the community in the form of care managers community health workers. However, those programs.

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"aiden" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

"That that was the only person that really did it for her altima the person that she that she really pined for and felt like was her soulmate at the same time it is that thing of you know there certainly was a lot to like about aiden no yeah popular illinois is eighty was number one was he you know during the show people kinda liked him i mean he was really great because he was sort of a source of debate because he's sort of the this is the guy that's like madam doing all that stuff that you want and you don't like it yeah i'm i'm i'm i'm interested in you i'm attentive i'm you know i'm thoughtful i'm trying to and actually actively trying all the time and you think of me as weak because i'm too interested all right you know he proposed to her and then she put the ring on the shane and he was like what you know and be let it happen you know so you know i think there's something i think that was the whole point and you know sarah jessica is not a great you know if you watch that show again she's not great person yeah what do you carry carry yeah hey at carries not i mean that's what makes you compels you like don draper she's just you know she's a sort of selfish cheap and she yeah yeah she can't make the right choice and you know his flawed but she's ultimately really likeable and the profound loves of her life are her friends in this unattainable guy there was no inbetween you either had an you couldn't if you wrote an in between the show be over and who wants to see that know exactly why i think that's why so many women love the show because they found her character so relatable or they had this guy who's like they're pining over he has all the qualities she wants but she's he's just ignoring her and then they had this other guy that did not that interested he's like really there for every moment everything that they want a guy he has but yet the attractions just not there and i have to say the credit goes to the actors to like chris noth was just big he was the right guy for that any other casting could have been like i could have just seemed like you know smarmy you're gonna do she i don't want that guy around and he's gone but chris had a little bit of like you know there was something about quality understood why she was an aden was a little soft i mean i think they put him in what they put it they made him being his tidy whitey's which was a choice to make him look soft to women into you know it was sort of any wasn't ripped wasn't a guy that was just walking around and his brief she looked like the way you don't wanna look in your tidy and they wanted people to go and you know that's the way most people's people are just regular people and so you know and that made him you know they were smart they were really it was really well then i didn't i was big into aden until her computer broke and he bought her that new computer was very aggressive in a weird that really funny because that's one of the things i worked on so why didn't you think that that's great but why did you think that you thought that was too he should've let her figure it out or he should have been there to help if she asked for it but he he went you know he's like oh i'm just going to buy a new computer and set it up and this onto you that's what you do by making it it's a it's a purse the handle like a purse then it's cute like you but he's putting together he's looking i picture and he's putting the pieces together understands no it's perfect it's great for the discussion but you're right he's answering question wasn't asked exactly but women does ask you questions she doesn't want you to talk to her about it i learned a lot from that particular episode yeah she had to go back and watch this entire season the entire franchise a texan city it's incredible i've seen a lot of issues educational tool women because as a kid my mom and sister used to watch i think what sunday nights yep every sunday night these to watch it.

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"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"aiden" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Yes but no we're still calling it jockey white t eight books way the war your kid tons the series right there's two books out right now and so much awesome feedback on that it's awesome thanks her posting pictures of your kids studying reading doing book reports training jujitsu working out it's awesome to see thank you and if you have kids or you know kids get them on that same path if you want to support a war your kid go to irish oaks ranch dot com and get some sopa made by the war your kid aiden because you know you need soup soap if you're going to stay clean don't forget about the discipline of course freedom field manual same thing awesome feedback you've heard the saying an apple a day keeps the doctor away just not really read one section of the field manual day i know it doesn't rhyme but it actually works does it it'll keep you on track physically and mentally and if you wanna speaking of tracks if you wanna listen to it there's no audio audible version of it because we wanted to have an album with tracks you can get it on amazon music google play i tunes other mp three platforms the discipline equals field the discipline equals freedom field manual meditate on that all right also for leadership extreme ownership combat leadership how is this book still a bestseller after two and a half years that's the question and leif was telling a guy the other day on twitter he's a it's the same thing as when we first started working together and i talked about something and how to do something and he'd be like yeah it works and that's why the book is still selling because it works and and right now speaking of it works you can order the follow on book who extreme ownership it's called the dichotomy of leadership.

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"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"aiden" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

The Extraordinary Negroes

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

"Was the very first black was would investor yang left by closed definitely is is a she's a challenge for boys so i'm definitely go check that out today absolutely um you're welcome in advance aiden sluggish you'll love it maher riviere what isn't gonna get morning some love on our website when pulses episodes daytoday today for coming to bless us which are your your brilliance and you're a lovely perspectives ensure we're going to be hearing a lot about this episode uh for dam sure uh leising at least real quick room wic please direct all hatemail the dave business blue show dot com bringing hedge i would have directly listen to lift let's not just leave it at the convicts sixyear kobe h uber let's talk about the get so many damn nigerian email scams you know what i'm saying every email your every email you get 'bout his is about to start with the word beer that is on out so if it was some right at dave welcome people find out what you have gone on the internet you can little business bully show dot com facebook everything for me is the business bully with the exception of twitter is twitter's of bitch they will give me the extra letter so as d a as david henderson business bully same thing for snapchat everything else is the business bully just like it sounds and will do phonetics let me tell black even start real quick phonetics is shipped for seo nobody cares your magical story behind why you put fifteen season your name edelweiss are to finish it if your name is daisy they look for de wisey i is easy i watch they're looking for d a d i s.

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"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"aiden" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"aiden" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Road made me phrase father aiden gave up last year won the dobbie it up some a couple of times once on horse called australia and he gave up last year and obviously the hope was that he could keep up the family tradition his father with 27 groupul grade one wins this year that's a record is the is the sort of top trainer in the world but to be winning the melbourne cup eighteen months after settling you'll first overrun ah is pretty astonishing and knows a great result and beating two champions in a his father in second place on willie mullins champion national hunt training for modern in third has and so at such a young age dementia judge of has a very bright future yeah i think he's been growing probably to be part of the of the of the of the family business if he likened the the kumhal racing operation based in county tipperary in the future but these things don't always work out some some brilliant trainers have terrible train sons and vice versa but on this particular occasion it looks as though there's no suggestion aden lebron's giving up yet but that one day he'll be able to pick up the baton pretty successful in a huge result for ireland and for europe nine of the first eleven home in the melbourne cup europeans but the british ship never won it their best was nikita nv fifth uncleanliness is an singh reference in that interview clip about in quarantine and the other logistics of taking a whole some ten thousand miles to raise an enormous challenge in itself yeah and that is perhaps actually lining up at the start of the two miles impeaching have twenty two rivals is one thing but europe see right you want to get them that get them there in good health it was striking listening to judge if o'brien earlier in the week listening to enjoy dini trains makita talking about the fat they travelled while there and they haven't lost huge amounts of weight on route.

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"aiden" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Air with ryan seacrest nice aiden the lands it's angel genes man aga again meghan we don't need them the government than me a being this aid it is so stay i would like to do is if the it but but but oh but the no two yes government to do this look his so you he is but but.

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"aiden" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

06:16 min | 3 years ago

"aiden" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"Aiden how did change with gene gene man aga again good meghan we don't have the latest data the government abc news big this aid it's the his day to do is two but but but yeah but the bingo this analysts participate indonesia the is this look here's so sad to do he is but but but first the two yes that is the yes the mm see 104 khaled geez zone are drained who says oh man say trai there were no my friend nongerman other brown an analyst undermanned but i know yeah the president and we are not so much meanwhile jarno me john everything customer governmental what is this his comments is she as soon as they don't deserve a safe zone are drained who says aw gene yes it was one what west topic of the right geno by looking for someone that god never the bob collar super bowl no two mom we don't see some say don't zone andrea new who.

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