18 Burst results for "Alexy"

Dan's Plan For A Dam

Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas

05:17 min | 4 months ago

Dan's Plan For A Dam

"No story is cole. Don's plod for read rite. A douglas won't of don's favorite places to explore a merry toll. Eames which turns off from the river. Gurgle gloag about half of oil west of horse. Small lana poll and runs. Poss- mr harry's war meal where it pushes against the potholes and turns to big oil and helps growing the core or roll the pay her or spin the thread and then it continues through. Alexy's palmed ends in bobo. Yoke swum maritime stream is fulton because although it starts widened foster enough to power a war to mail a few follow wit eight soon becomes narrow enough to jump over with a rayleigh. Big leap consume lower enough stunned on a hot day or sale baked dixon unprotected their ships and on top of their own manny animals to be found living along the banks water. Voles autres stopes eight hour. Weasel cold wilbur. D watts more there. Pull the soy's if a car where the stream split satan to arrive which you couldn't jump pon to on coal your own kingdom don could spend the whole day play in in maritime stream. Eva notice the sunset sets a but on this particular day. That son had barely risen. Why don got to the stream walls lovely warm day but yesterday that been a rainstorm which men even more water than normal had rushed. I've lumber stock mountain and into the bathroom. Gurgle gloag and even more water than normal had been pushed off to the soil lead into maritime stream at was russian on swirling on bogelund pas. Mr hirees walter mail and even wear it gots lower and narrower it was still surging on spin it around the rocks and flowing happily passed the little spend about an hour finding the big a specs he code and throwing them to say how quickly that they pushed down stream more on more stakes got thrown in solve of done so large they were really branches not stakes until he got bored of throwing and soya date to walk down towards alex says paul and half wave he no taste that's hot begun to form a new poll and all his steaks and broad shays hot clogged off one of the little boots around warm small all off the water couldn't get through this gave done of brainwave gets beld i'd die hey said to himself on gun russia collecting as many pieces of what he could find on the riverbank or in the nearby trays. Babysitters mike dodd muttered to himself as the dragged a huge log over to the stream on pushed it an on going to build a dom back than any beaver ever day spa. How many steaks logs. Hey put into mary stream.

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"alexy" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"alexy" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Kind of different picture of the galaxy words. but Overall what you're looking at is a consensus consensus was. A nutcase was Alexy's a as we understand them, and so the fact all went away my memory colleague was looking at. that as I said, they're mavericks, but generally speaking what we take is the overall consensus, and that leads us to dot mattress, dark energy for better or worse, scientists, science and a something does disprove that. Then it will be taken on board our picture changes. We define things differently. As we as we get to. Understand better, so you could almost say as always watch this space. The, maybe changes, but I think what's more likely to happen is will figure out what dot masters it'll be some species of Subatomic particle, our family of species of Subatomic particles. The Have Eluded Sofa and hopefully one day we'll find out what duck energy is as well. One hundred Grand Slam since we. We hope that will happen in the not too distant future, but. Who can tell it's it's. It's just great mysteries that the people of working on a non fingers fingers crossed the Make the connection there sometime in the not too distant future and I'll in terms of you. Two questions stick to golf. And One little tip from my book. It's not about not hitting it in water. It's about not thinking about hitting it in the water. That's that's the way Brian should work on a golf course. And thank you for the question. Really appreciate it. And frayed I think that winds up for another wake. Thank you so much, sir. Does I. Am very glad spoken with you again an. Aloof oats the next manager. At it'll be better WACO so I imagine. Take Fred thank you. Know Warriors season. That's Fred. What's an astronomer at large part of the team? He at spice nuts and thank you for listening. Thank you for the questions. Don't forget if you want to send an audio question. GOTO BITES DOT com slash space, not saying there's a little record about Nah as long as you've got a decent microdyne built into or plugged into your device You can simply record the question. Don't forget the Tele. We really need to know that your name in your location you don't have. Have to tell us you your entire Nyman address and texts, number or anything like that just I Nyoman. Your location would be more than just so we can sort of connect you with the question, and we look forward to to what you're gonNA. Come up within the nephew. Of course we're still taking on mallets tra-, so fail at this is the only white and while you're on our website. Have a look at the spice nuts. Shop is also goodies. There There's also. Information.

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"alexy" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"alexy" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

"It was raining in like. I got a lot of cool. Pictures of the millennium falcon rain ends yeah and it was just the the experiences experiences just so great and i'm so grateful to my cousin <hes> who was able to take me to do that like i didn't think when i i am platinum pass older her and when that <unk> amalfi your sneak peek reservation i missed it. I got to email day but it was already booked and and i think talking past episodes matinee goes to the sneak peak for pandora so i was like it'd be so cool to be able to do something like that again and i was able to to my cousin that was anti snagged <unk> cast member merchandise lower your offense. They didn't even check for an idea. I just wanted to have it was just a pin little pin in <hes>. Oh and i got mad that <hes> galaxies as exclusive lounge fly <unk> r. two d. two back back in it's beautiful. It's like a blue gray and rose gold and pink. I love it. It's like probably the most pretty bag i've ever seen but it's still like super. It's like masculine but like really just elegant. I love it yeah and then got a couple pens as i got some <hes> opening. Yeah i got opening exclusive pin so hopefully those are still there. When you get their the home and then i also got the they were cast member exclusive pins but i'm a hundred percent confident that win. It's opened a pass holders others in <hes> the the the general audience. I'm pretty sure it's what the pass holder merchandise is. Gonna be yeah so but yeah that was basically galaxy's edge in a nutshell literally three hours to get through it in like have a snack and it was raining eighteen hours now if forever yeah and that's just blew my mind. That's just the first half of alexy's so i am but we went into every shop <hes> mine. We went where you can see them where they build their <hes> lightsabres that we didn't have a reservation for that. I am nothing. You don't need that but i'm just saying like that's more a kid thing. I think will note because it's not like the <hes>. The plastic collided strobe lights yeah. It's like a like a fluorescent light when when i go with matt he's i'm going to buy. I want for him so he can make his legit. Yeah like it's metal yeah. They're like one hundred yes it varies on which one you get because they have all the different hilts for all the different characters and then you. Can you know your stone to it to make it like whatever color her oh like the what's called the stones like they talk about that rogue one danot loria the hell not much stars as public where you build your own lancy reason that you and i can't remember what it's called but it was just the experience was like nothing else like it was so cool who was just. I'm excited about what they did with it. You know it's still lacking some shade in where the millennium falcon canoes that area like not super shady but there are places in that area with shade. It blows toy story land. It's like a speed bump to get the galaxy's edge. I eat and you're not a fan. You're not a fan of toy story land and i love toys theresa brace my heart but i tell you what hot and then after that we went to <hes> <hes> we continued walking around magic or not michigan. Sorry hollywood studios like honestly guys. I gotta tell you i forgot where i was like going <unk> through galaxy's edge. I forgot that i was in hollywood studios. You'll think ends up like his own land yeah so like when people call it stars land like legit it digitally on another planet. Legitimately i had no idea was where i wasn't even more so when we left it as oh that's right. That is the baseline brewery. That's also that's amazing in <hes>. I paid as a thank you for letting.

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"alexy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"alexy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show, so combo Harris versus Joe Biden and that exchange was the highlight of the evening. Let's finish are now says of it as the US, excuse me, as the vice president is states. I worked with a man who in fact, we worked very hard to see to it. We dealt with these issues in a major, major way, the fact is that in terms of blushing, the busing, I never would have been able to go to school, the same exact way because it was a local decision made by your city council. That's fine. That's one of things argued for that. We should not be we should be breaking down these lines. But so the bottom line here is locally everything I've done in my career. I ran because of civil rights. I continue to think we have to make fundamental changes in civil rights, so Biden's final answer. There is the right one, which is I've worked on civil rights, all my life for you to characterize me as a racist, vicious move, you don't have evidence of that, by the way, I should note that forced busing was not just unpopular with white Americans in the nineteen seventies, it was unpopular with many. Black americans. There's a nineteen seventy seventy-two Gallup poll cited by slate. Okay. Not a right wing site show, that seventy seven percents of whites were against busing, and nineteen seventy two the same polls show that forty seven percents of blacks were against it as well in an article at slate all about this particular topic, very long throw article by Tanner Colby, all about this specific issue. He talks about the effect of this. He said that it costs cities enormous amounts of money. It did not actually end with the with the goals that it purported to achieve it was deeply unpopular all the way through says many, black Americans did believe in the school. Bus in the access had provided bussing might have been a viable tool for those families have been smartly in surgically applied. It wasn't it was presented sweeping fashion that did, I have many blacks, the agency that they sought there are huge problems in the policy, just because it was well motivated does not mean that was racist to oppose the policy in a second. We'll get to come Harris's response to Biden, but first, let's talk about medical innovation. So if you're interested in. Alleviating things like heart disease, and Alzheimer's and cancer, you need more medical innovation, right? Well, good news. America is the world leader in medical innovation, but if government officials like secretary alexy's are have their way that could be radically change having the government mess with people's healthcare could set US medical innovation back decades, leaving countless Americans in rough shape. While waiting for treatments that may never be discovered. We can't let that happen, please go to stop price controls dot com. Tell secretary as artifice patients not prices before countless Americans suffer from medicine, shortages, and face. Endless wait times for treatments as many of, you know, my wife is a doctor when the government gets involved in almost anything, especially with healthcare, bad things tend to happen. Thankfully, my friends over at freedomworks are fighting to stop secretary, as our and out of control bureaucrats meddling with your healthcare, and allowing foreign governments to dictate the prices of your medicine. But if they're going to.

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"alexy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Recently over a thousand former federal prosecutors, who served under both Republican and democratic presidents have United to sign a statement to help Americans understand which actually in the mother report, their conclusion, should trouble soul. Listen to them in their own words, carefully, read and the report, and we all strongly believe that there is more than enough evidence to indict President Trump for multiple felony counts of obstruction of Jackson's. If you or I did, what President Trump did, we'd be facing prison, and no one, not even the president should be above the loan in the words of the mullahs report. No person is above the law. Wow. He's very serious there. I mean as serious as he was when Ben Stiller was talking about milking a cat. I'm very, I'm very impressed by by the level of seriousness, legal knowledge that Robert de Niro is exhibiting here. It is amazing to me that folks in Hollywood still think that it convinces people in the middle of America when they talk like Robert deniro thinks that voter in Kansas. He's looking at meetings while Bob de Niro, thinks I am totally all. When man impeachment time, it is impeachment time. It's not just Robert deniro saying that it's also the twenty twenty candidates who of course, have nothing to lose. We'll get to that in just one second, I heart disease, Alzheimer's cancer. All of these are horrible diseases that play countless Americans. Thankfully, America's doctors and researchers are working around the clock. Find cures for them. But if government officials like secretary alexy's are have their way that could change having the government, mess with people's healthcare would set.

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"alexy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So the Democrats obviously are playing this up to the hilt. So now they're playing the reverse which has were investigating Trump because Trump is deeply corrupt and deeply evil. Also, we are magnanimous. We wanna get infrastructure done. That's a position that Trump should have taken. He should have said Democrats are partisan hacks, also I still want to work with them to get things done. And if they refused to get things done. That would be on them. The president looking animus and Democrats in congress. Looking wild eyed should be what President Trump is looking for in terms of a political outcome. Instead, I think he sort of changed a little bit of the reverse yesterday. Here's Chuck Schumer yesterday. The Senate minority leader saying, we believe in infrastructure. We just a President Trump is intransigent and mean to wash. What happened in the White House would make your jaw drop? We Democrats believe in infrastructure. And so despite signals in the previous few weeks that he might not be serious. We went forward. We came here. Very seriously. We were interested. We are interested in doing infrastructure. It's clear. The president isn't he is looking for every excuse. Okay. So this is the typical democratic clay here is that the president doesn't want infrastructure that he's walking away from the deal now again, I think the president probably would love it infrastructure Bill. It'd be another thing that he can brag about. I'm not in favor of an infrastructure Bill. I think a lot of congressional Republicans aren't in favor of spending trillions of dollars on infrastructure concerns that are generally not needed on the federal level and can be handled appropriately at the state level. More on that in just a second. We all know that having the government mental with your healthcare, bad idea. Some of you may know my wife is a doctor trust me when the government metals between patients Dr the results are not good. What many people don't know is that department of health and human services sec. Seecretary alexy's are is actually trying to let foreign countries dictate the price of your medicine doing this could lead to shortages of vital medicines and sent medical research back decades, making it harder for researchers to find cures for horrible diseases like diabetes Alzheimer's cancer about you. I didn't sign up for foreign governments meddling with my healthcare. Thankfully, my friends over at freedomworks are doing everything they can stop HHS from trashing.

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"alexy" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"The Obama administration. I think because of the polarized nature of Washington and health policy during the Obama years, you know, for the Republicans any effort to criticize or beat up on the was. You know was seen as a political win. And that of course, led the Democrats in the vomit instruction to defend every aspect of the ACA. Even when I think a lot of them knew that there were important things that weren't working. Well, so I think that polarized nature of the debate really made it very difficult to address these issues, and that was unfortunate. Because a lot of us believe in the principles behind the ACA, right? Like expanding coverage to more Americans check great thing to do. Pushing the health payment system towards value based payment models. Great like, we wanna do that. I think all of these were well, intentioned, good ideas. There just wasn't the space needed to be able to criticize it in a way that didn't seem like you're criticizing the ACA or criticizing the Obama administration. You just trying to make the Bill and the policies work better. I've heard that CMS under the Trump administration may be looking at changing the policy. This is a statement that I got from CMS today, quote, any finding in the medical literature suggesting that CMS programs may be associated with increased mortality is of deep concern. And the statement goes on to say that the agency is thoroughly reviewing the current research and may use that to inform future actions and curious doctor has the Trump administration reached out to you someone who's been a critic of his readmissions policy. Have you talked to them or are you planning to meet with them? So I have spoken to senior official. In the Trump administration in this at CMS about a wide range of policies, including the readmissions program. I haven't actually had a conversation with them since the latest studies came out. So I don't know exactly what they're thinking. But you know, I I have spoken to the kind of in general about strategies to try to improve value through CMS programs secretary alexy's are the hell secretary famously became a hospital readmission himself last year. He had been invaded we talked. I wrote about it. You you were you were quoted in my in my right up. He had been admitted to the hospital with an intestinal issue. He was quickly discharged, then promptly readmitted. I have not had a chance to ask him about this. I know he tells people that he talks to that that changed his thinking on whether the condition even quired being in the hospital in the first place, but I'd love to know if that's someone who is nominally working to cut readmissions, and then became a readmission if that opened a window for him to think differently about the policy. Here's. Something that I'm wrestling with Dr. So there have been studies, and we'll include links to this in the show notes in JAMA written by number of well, regarded researchers health affairs did a paper from colleagues at Harvard that came out recently, as well, there is melting evidence that would support the readmissions policy was either too quickly ruled out or poorly designed is they're still not enough data given that there are other studies that have been cited by groups like the Medicare payment advisory commission. That's just things are okay. Or are we still too early to make definitive determination on how serious these challenges are? Great question, Dan. And look first of all were were good seven eight years into the the launch of of this program. And it was announced in two thousand ten it was implemented at the end of two thousand and eleven and here we are in twenty nineteen. So the question is how much longer do you wanna wait? And in all of this stuff. I think there are a few things that are in my mind, very clear on where the evidence is not really controversial one is that probably about two-thirds of the drop in admissions readmission. So we see is due to coding changes basically about the same time that the policy was announced CMS made a bunch of other changes around how hospitals coated for sickness, and it looked overnight like the whole world has got a whole lot sicker..

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"alexy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Action. Why? There's no doubt. Of fun about what's going on here. But also, there's a passion every morning the cast and crew gather for this Carly would anthem it even has a rim on film production played as well. Shoot. What does it make any money? Capping Alexy had to make it free. Which is smart. Like, would you mean you had to make it free? You put it on you to the full thing with the subtitles properly because we knew that if it's free and has no ties to people will take a chance once you see it you love it, and you want more, and I knew that if they saw captain, Alex we have a back catalog and over new films. They're gonna want them. We saw some the sign DVD's that are made here online at t shirts in this. So we're on our feet, but they haven't been properly monetize d- in the way, they could be. But that's the next step. That's the next movies has the child kung FU film that we're doing the credit sequence for that's bad black which has been winning awards all around the world. It's crazy, but the film's been invited from Kazakhstan to Korea to Paris. He's won awards UK all over and the US tour will be in the spring of us like people love it. The next step is that is the serious monetization what we have for sale of t shirts signed posters from here. And also signed DVD's Isaac makes so. Money. We're okay with the kids are all in school. Everyone's eating much better. We have meat now trapped we didn't really in the beginning. And we have to build so you're making money at a merchandise not out of the films themselves. Yeah. Correct. Because we had to make the film free on YouTube is to get it started. But then of course, once people know the story they want to support. And so on they liked the idea. What do they support you support you buying merchandise buying t and and you see it like if I go back to New York to see my mother who still there sometimes they see Hollywood t-shirt on the street. It's it's absolutely mind blowing so we're good. But the next step is drop a bomb so to speak. Bad black, which is the film. He wrote for me when I first showed.

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"alexy" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Tonight the trump administration stares down a court order deadline to fix a problem and tirelessly of its own creation there is a drastic idea from one of the country's top experts on government ethics on what should happen in reaction to the humanitarian crisis at the border walter shop former director of the office of government ethics under president obama and initially under president trump tweeted the administration stole these babies and children then destroyed the records needed to return them when they missed the deadline the court should hold secretaries nielsen and as are in contempt jail them until their agencies prove that every last child has been returned the trump administration acknowledged today that it will miss the deadline to reunify children with their families and has requested an extension from the court in a hearing with the california federal judge who ordered the reunifications government lawyers said us health and human services would only be able to reunify about half of the approximately one hundred children under the age of five by the deadline of july tenth for nineteen children their parents have been released from custody into the united states and their whereabouts whereabouts are unknown another nineteen children's parents have been deported but only ten days ago hhs secretary alexy's are made the claim that it's easy to locate the children in us custody there's no reason why any parent would not know where their child is located i could at the stroke of at at key strokes i sat on the show our portal with with just basic key strokes within seconds could find any child in our care for any parent apparently it's not that easy reuniting all.

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"alexy" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"The trump administration finally talking about the family separation crisis at the border but they're not really saying anything still not saying how many children are being kept apart from their parents or how many have been reunited health and human services secretary alexy's are really only telling reporters that it's fewer than three thousand children with about one hundred of those under the age of five but considering the number last week was two thousand and forty seven kids in their care what exactly is as telling anyone miguel marquez is out front in mcallen texas miguel all of this and the government is now up against that court order deadline to get these children back to their parents clearly enormous pressure on the trump administration to make those reunifications having they they say that they are working twenty four hours a day in some cases to make those reunifications happen that three thousand or under three thousand number that you talked about what they're not saying they're not defining is the number of miners that were separated from their parents as part of the zero tolerance policy we have not seen any reunifications at the behest of the trump administration yet but we are seeing the very human side of this some of the rian occasions that have happened because of groups like the aclu and other law firms that are representing individuals indicates we had one today at logan airport in boston this was an halayqa gonsalez garcia she was and her daughter were were separated in arizona in may they had their reunion today at boston logan i want you to hear lillo this it is difficult to watch into here.

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"alexy" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Secretary alexy's are welcome to politicos pulse check thanks dan great to be with you the drug price plan that you've been giving speeches on that your team has deployed to talk about is this the top priority that you have from the president right now yes although i've got four main priorities but at the moment this certainly is the top and i can tell you of all things that i deal with with the president and that we deal with her at hhs as i've said i have not had a single phone call or meeting with the president where drug pricing has not been top of the agenda i could be in talking about the opioid crisis and drug pricing is going to be also on the agenda two brings it back always how would the president judge success of this plan how would the american people judge in your mind so success will be around really the four problems that we're trying to solve the first is list prices dulas prices start moderating and eventually go down on do we start getting better negotiated deals in party and for the first time ever successfully bring negotiation and discounting in part b that's our so that's the retail program part d is the retail drug program for seniors so physicians and so that's when you go to the pharmacy part b is the physician administered drug program and those of the ones where you're going to your doctor's office or a hospital and you're actually getting an iv and your infused by the doctor or the doctor is injecting you we don't get any real discounts they're so do we get distort seeing negotiation systems of negotiation and discounts there are we able to reduce third problem reduce patients out of pocket spending at the pharmacy or when they get the bill from the hospital and finally are we able to bring greater fairness around foreign investment foreign country investment in rnd are they starting to pay more.

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"alexy" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"Speak out loud say hey it's time to leave based on the traffic in the fact that you're going to work right now i saw that on your calendar so that's one example i can come up with one hundred different examples but the question is do people want proactive voice notifications shoot have smart speakers speak before being spoken to is the question you know what it can i was just i so we'll get into this but the nest doorbell which i installed actually gives you an option and you're gonna love this kevin if i'm using the face detect well okay if my doorbell rings i have the option of turning on a setting that says notify me on all google devices so it will notify me on my home that somebody that my door bells ringing in addition to the time right what's even cooler is if it recognizes the person's face it will just say stacy's home exactly i knew they had that feature and i think it's awesome that's a perfect example of the value right there so we'll okay yes and i see this too in so this brings me to put this under recommended listening but it's slates future tense so we'll array missed it a podcast with al lindsey who's the chief of amazon's voices system program and they talked about what matama here's a talked about laughing and what was really interesting is will like kevin and i really wants more context because that's gonna make madam as life a little bit easier but we're in in alexy's all for it he says that the big challenge is how do we make madame a more contemptuously aware they say they're doing this initially by you know having devices listen so it can determine who's closest figuring out if when you ask it to stop do they want you to stop music or the video this on your fire tv so they've worked on those and solve that but the idea of kind of gathering ambien information about your environment in relaying that back to the echo that's not happening it but he does think.

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"alexy" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Speak out loud say hey it's time to leave based on the traffic in the fact that you're going to work right now i saw that on your calendar so that's one example i can come up with one hundred different examples but the question is do people want proactive voice notifications shoot have smart speakers speak before being spoken to is the question you know what it can i was just i so we'll get into this but the nest doorbell which i installed actually gives you an option and you're gonna love this kevin if i'm using the face detect well okay if my doorbell rings i have the option of turning on a setting that says notify me on all google devices so it will notify me on my home that somebody that my door bells ringing in addition to the time right what's even cooler is if it recognizes the person's face it will just say stacy's home exactly i knew they had that feature and i think it's awesome that's a perfect example of the value right there so we'll okay yes and i see this too in so this brings me to put this under recommended listening but it's slates future tense so we'll array missed it a podcast with al lindsey who's the chief of amazon's voices system program and they talked about what matama here's a talked about laughing and what was really interesting is will like kevin and i really wants more context because that's gonna make madam as life a little bit easier but we're in in alexy's all for it he says that the big challenge is how do we make madame a more contemptuously aware they say they're doing this initially by you know having devices listen so it can determine who's closest figuring out if when you ask it to stop do they want you to stop music or the video this on your fire tv so they've worked on those and solve that but the idea of kind of gathering ambien information about your environment in relaying that back to the echo that's not happening it but he does think.

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"alexy" Discussed on X96

X96

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on X96

"To allow proper doctrine and five hundred years ago equalled long enough to kill all the proper northern utah i'd been told by a special interest groups said so scientist no representatives not san bola primo non like to find out what is rep who cup representative scott sandelin find out what his occupation is and if you find out that its climate scientists all changed my mind alexy so yeah there too and there and up also uh this says story go utah elementary school students a win asked to dance at utah elementary school valentine's day dances will no longer be required to say yes after valentine's day party the came under fire after apparent weren't her daughter was allowed to decline boys invitations to dance we're reexamining the procedure surrounding the dances said lane finley spokesman for the school district we've advised our schools to eliminate any sort of language in the instructions surrounding these dances that would suggest a student must dance with other student what if the ideas we want everybody to dance nobody's feelings to be hurt why kennedy just be like a lottery system where they're like well we get up we have a big bowl and your pick somebody's name out of a bowl any dance with who that is i think it ways away that that element of here's you can't say no yes dillon here's the way do it everybody should get out in the middle of the floor the boys emma girls and we go around and not touch other i've been thinking about this lot which we talked about it okay um and i think i think food water system is wrong to because then you're still not giving people the right to santa wanna dance with that person you're you're still forcing them to dance with saudi yep so i think the answer is no dances an elementary satellite i act employee at all our don't do it at all because it it's a social skill you don't really need anyway on monday the trump administration's budget director mick mulvaney who pitched a major revamping of the nation's food stamp program he called it a blue apron type program oh boy for food stamp recipients he's he's so he says is gonna be your your foot the people will get food a food box every trump bogus while as can be called america's harvest will be are trubbach harvest with nothing freshen side.

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"alexy" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on KPCC

"From two do we know how do we think that these these collisions or common producing gravitational waves between the either black holes or gravitational waves from neutron stars pretty common well it too you can go very it's okay daniele we've off now the answer i thought i would say so i would say so we have had suspicions of how common these coly's on sod but we view one observation we've actually got in a much better sir it's a turns out that they out of eighty there as we expected but not as that air as they could have been so in terms of numbers in nagpur alexy like out on these collisions may be happen at dizon times may be a few dozen stein a pair medians of years rao also found that their nets regrets rare but they could be coming in from other parts my question is if we if these are coming from different places different neutrons stars let's say or different black holes and they're actually warp being the space around him and sending a wave of grab a gravitational wave what happens if two of them meet two gravitational waves one from two different collisions meet in space what happens at the juncture like a ripples in the pond to ripples when they meet what happens to the to the gravitational wave so so what's interesting about that is the very first first paper i ever wrote the very first project when i was an undergraduate was on dot specific question and i showed guide if you had really strong gravitational waves crashing into each other you can make black holes but for what we're talking about here with our detectors on earth we how to build a state of the art detector we we purse the technology to the very edge and we barely verily detected anything and so than if we had multiple sources of gravitational waves all coming up for some time it would still barely register at unfortunately there the it's very difficult to make extremely strong relatives all come colliding in the same place so it's it's it's not line of thinking waves in a pond uc had a build up waves.

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"alexy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From two do we know how do we think that these these collisions or common producing gravitational waves between the youth their black holes or gravitational waves from neutron stars pretty common while it too you can go rick it's okay danielle we both know the answer i thought i would say so i would say so we have had suspicions of how common these coly's assad but we via swan observation we've actually got in a much better picture it's a turns out that uh they out of eighty there as we expected but not as the air as they could have been so in terms of numbers in nagpur alexy like out on these collisions may be happening in a dozen times may be a few dozen stein a pair medians of years well let's slow fouled out there that's regrets rare but they could be coming in from other parts my question is if we if these are coming from different places different neutrons stars let's say or different black holes and they actually wore being the space around him and sending a wave of grab a gravitational wave what happens if two of them meet two gravitational waves one from two different collisions meet in space what happens at the juncture like a ripples in the pond to ripples when they meet what happens to the to the gravitational wave so so what's interesting about that is the very first paper i ever wrote the very first project when i was an undergraduate was on dot specific question and i showed that if you had really strong gravitational waves crashing into each other you can make black holes but for what we're talking about here with our detectors on earth we how to build a state of the art detector we we purse the technology to the very edge and we barely verily detected anything and sell than if we had multiple sources of gravitational waves all coming at the same time it would still barely register eta on fortunately there the.

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"alexy" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Alexy of any thoughts on this it be surge mogae were like the coffee was come to life yeah so i think it's probably an animated pixar movie wear i think you know the world is the furniture store and you know everybody has like all of the cool furniture that people sit on and the coffee table just sort of just gets like picked on because it's shorter than everything else and the coffee table wants do you know graduate into something else so they wanna they leave the furniture store uh they go out and seeking a better life for itself but ultimately they realized that the furniture store was where it's that and they end up trying to find their way back to the first sar and the coffee table ties the room together and by the way if i was a piece of furniture you said you want to be a cool thing that people sit on like we were other butts on you all day or like a cup of coffee a hot cup of coffee scalding you well somebody hopefully they if they respect would say has a coaster right right so maybe there could be something with the coasters as well as i mean like there's a lot of pieces of furniture you wouldn't want to be anything at a bathroom you don't want to be a bad because you know i guess some people may be coughed it will be so terrible you know you got to be you have to watch tv all the time right i guess it depends are you in like that like the dead near you in like the more formal remit and some.

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"alexy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"alexy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thanks for your call i just feel like we just need to sit down with each other you know what i mean have a little bit of the debate but don't make a life or death don't make it were friends were not friends or family we're not family you know you have to be willing to take a breath understanding anomalies rights and and move on alexy allison san jose what do you think um so i actually think lemme your callers my point fairly well but i also reiterated but essentially i agree with you in you should be talking with one another and willing to listen to one another's even divergent viewpoints but at the same time you have to be willing to accept that maybe something that you convince softball even in the you know the face of overwhelming uh like opposing information you might be wong yes um and so many people it's so are the people that just admit to something that they believed for so long to the right is wrong oh yeah i ran into so many people like even even my family members out out in indiana who are staunch conservatives now that's it um they are not racist they are not homophobic my brothers gay and light so one of the earlier callers who mentioned that he's honestly in the wrong and he really should you know speak more openly with conservatives i myself am a liberal and i do just that and that really as as taught me a lot about what people outside of my little think exactly and that's why it's so important i think we'd be another place absolutely alex.

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