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Thomas Alva Edison: Inventing the Light Bulb
"And yes the inventor does go by his middle name. Sits attentively in a chair is blue. Green is fixated as he cautiously watches the liquid metal known as mercury to send long vertically oriented tube on his spring style vacuum pump. The mercury's flow suctions air from a pear-shaped glass or bowl. Attached via a second tube. This glass bowl is latest. Iteration of an incandescent light but before he sends electricity's through its copper wires and across the thread connecting them or film it as it's called the brown haired inventors using this pump to remove as much air from the ball possible. That's how he gives his little filament of fighting chance of not burning to a crisp trista zaps it with temperatures as high as five thousand degrees fahrenheit. See those temperatures are why the film is the key thing here. Alva- would have a marketable incandescent light. If only he could find something able to take the heat. He's performed countless experiments over the past year. And this time. He's using carbonized. Cotton thread here. We go again. The mercury starts pulling sizable air bubbles. Al now heats glass bulb with an alcohol flame thus expanding the remaining gases inside who this delicate work one mistake and days of effort will go to waste but as the hours pass. Things continue smoothly. The mercury is now dripping faster. One of alvis assistance nineteen year old francis gel grabs the jar collecting mercury at the bottom of the pump. Replaces it with a new one. Then ascends a stepladder deported. Liquid back into the contractions reservoir. Meanwhile alva- cautiously starts using a battery to provide any electrical current to the bulbs to wires the flow of mercury continues to evacuate air from pear-shaped glass as the film inside. Glose after ten hours of this. The bulbs ready. It's time to see if this filament is the
"alvis" Discussed on This is Only a Test
"Like it really is like this whole new thing in terms of complexity and resolution and It it will be interesting to see that applied to whatever. Sony has in mind for vr. Because they had good experience with Beyond the four. And you know they're they're doing the looks like they're doing it right with inside out tracking with the ps with the He has five. Vr headset whenever they're going to announce that next year of and and it will be interesting to see if that how that compares to whatever high bar. We have for mobile at the same time because it could potentially be better because it's going to basically be a piece is basically pc vr. Except this running on the playstation. I love this idea. I love the idea of sony. Looking at vr landscape and the siding maybe there are customers choosing between ps five and ps vr. Right there they wanna get existing. Ps five users which they're over ten million out there as we talked about last week buying out on buying a preferable and being plaintiffs vr as they did with the with ps four There are threat. Is oculus inquest as choice. More so than. Pcv are so. I think it would be in their best interests to kind of team up with what we think of as traditional pcp cpr because of the share graphical prowess and maybe allow for games to be on on the steam right. Sony's it's not out of the question for sony to take some of their first party games and some of their licensed games and allow them to be at pc ports. Maybe not the oculus pork not the westport. Then have the benefits of a shared ecosystem of p- cpr users plus ps five vr users. And use that as a way to have a foothold higher quality higher fidelity vr. I dunno i. There's really no precedent for them sharing their first party stuff. But you're it'd be great. It would be great. I don't i don't think they. I mean if you look at the market and you believe that. Pc hardware is has reached the ceiling then just money on the table. And there's a lot of network effects benefits that you can have For cross play presumed presuming the the software architecture or can can intermingle. And it's not hard to make those ports the same developer who who started this conversation also in that thread said no an unconfirmed but all other vr games of alvis planning has been canceled based on his insider info. And that's the case that it's another stabbing the heart. Wow could we know that that the half-life development hasn't canceled because gabe said one of these steamed videos that That half alex was a worthy experiment and the ending set them up for where they wanna take half life so there. We know that they're still working. But you're saying i didn't. I didn't see that tweet that. Whatever if that the are you're saying potentially half-life will not have a future in vr. That's that's the implication of this tweet and you know the thing that valid set of they had x. Number of your games in development right when they when they launched the index. It'd be really sad if they've unknown a shuttle projects they've talked openly about starting shutting down projects And there are only so many people there who can focus on on content so that that would be sad and again so much of this boils down to semantics of what we where do you draw. The lines is it. Tethered is untethered. is that low. Compute versus remote compute is a is external tracking versus internal tracking about storefronts and closed ecosystems versus shared like..
The Haunting of Chaonei No. 81
"June giggled as she covered her eyes and counting to ten but once he reached wives she peered through her fingers. She could see mainly heading toward the a number eighty one a creepy old house and their neighborhood. June knew that it was cheating to peak but mailing wasn't playing fair. Either she wasn't supposed to go near the abandoned mansion. June was just leveling the playing field june followed nailing climbing over the mansion cement wall and dropping into the overgrown yard on the other side. Kids always told stories about this house. They claimed it was haunted. Anyone who went inside disappeared but june wasn't afraid of ghosts. She wasn't afraid of. Even though the owners had boarded up the place she spotted an opening where someone had wrenched away. The wood june hoisted herself through hole and climbed inside. She smiled when she saw pink bow. Sitting in the cop. Cobwebbed doorway may laying was here. June turned as she heard a clatter coming from an open door beneath the stairs as she walked toward it she suddenly heard a voice yell for help jones pulse quickened. It was mailing. She raced to the door in time to hear a blood-curdling scream echoing from the basement. June leapt alvis chairs and unto the dirt floor frantically looking for a light switch. Finally she pulled on a chain and a single. Bare bulb illuminated the room. But it was empty. may ling was gone.
"alvis" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Opportunity. Hey, Rock is a Rama. Yeah. Hi, Rob. Good morning. So you're a doctor. So you know what I'm talking about? Yes, actually, The funny thing is I called you guys maybe two years ago when I was still a resident. And you guys had a segment about something about. I don't know something related to money. And I would tell you how we get paid nothing as a resident. Well, now been attending. So she rolling in it, man. She just throwing it up there. All right, moneybags. My mom. Yeah, right. Right. So you'll be rich in about 10 years? Yeah, maybe. I actually wanted to tell you the other side of it. It's hilarious. How when patients come in complaining of something related to their pee, like, Oh, I'm burning or whatever. And it takes them a while to get me a sample. Um, what The word is when you ask for a stool sample, and they come in holding us a little container with their poop in it, So, Yeah, You're nothing compared to that. My so well as I told this story. I was a little worried. I'm like that. There's nothing like because it's not a drug test because I'm not messing with it. There's nothing unethical about what this doctor did right like he's I'm not gonna walk in there. It's normal. OK, all the time. You're coming in with a P complaint. Some reason no one could be in the office because I don't wanna walk in and have this guy be like, Dude, What are you doing? Why you telling everybody? Um, Mr, You know, give him a stool sample. No, I'll make sure that it's the right substance in the in the container. Lord Rama. Congratulations. You're rich now and you rich rich. Not really. But thank you. You could you could buy us some drinks sometime. Have a good day. Glad you called him in a lot of people. Look at this. I feel better now. Hey, Corey. Hello. You know, Cory, the one of the best parts about this radio show is is weird is I sometimes feel all like I have to do is talk about it. And then about 50 people call and tell me that they're the same weird level of weirdness. So I'm no less weird. I just feel like I have weird people around me. But anyway, what's your story? We're totally not weird. I used to be the same exact way and I could hold it forever but sophisticated. Let's skip it and that I joined the military and we got pizza all the time. And at a certain point when they pull you you're not allowed to leave until it happens. So you have two choices. Either you sit there and literally have to drink a gallon of water to take it out. Hoping you go. Or you get better and just going on command Because I'm like you. I can I can hold it forever. I just I don't know. They were just like I couldn't get it could make it work. Yup. I used bills older forever still can. But now I have the other ability to go. Whenever I didn't do it. You go. Look at this guy. The Cory's got the tricks, man. Have a great day and glad you called you. I wish I had that ability. Um Alvis..
Finding Favor in the Eyes of the Lord (Genesis 6:8)
"Genesis chapter six verse eight but noah found favor in the eyes of the lord. What a simple but significant verse but no found favor in the eyes of the lord in the middle of this chapter about increasing corruption on the earth pursue five just a couple of versus before this says the lord saw the wickedness of man was great in the earth. Every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually in a way that leads to god's judgment and holy wrath being shown in the flood that follows yet right here sandwiched in between this picture of sin and judgment. We find a picture of mercy of grace. But noah found favor in the eyes of the lord. I was reading that. I just thought as my only hope. That's your only hope. Our only hope in our life our only hope right now is favor in the eyes of the lord left to ourselves. We are full of sin left to ourselves. We are destined for holy wrath. And only hope is the favor of the lord and i think about celebrating christmas a couple of weeks ago and i think about luke chapter two and the pronouncement of jesus coming to the shepherds of his mouth sunny there was with the angel of multiple heavily hosts praising god saying god in the highest and on earth peace among those upon whom god's favor rests reality is you put justice six together with luke chapter two when you realize the only hope we have a favor in the eyes of the lord is based on jesus is based on him coming and living the life. We couldn't live of no sin perfect life and then him dying on the cross to pay the price for our sanford. The sin of our hearts that deserves the holy wrath and judgement of god and then his resurrection from the grave. His victory over sense so that all who trust in him can be clothed in his righteousness. And just think of it when you put your faith in jesus as savior and lord god forgives you of your sense cleanses you of all your sins clothes you in the righteousness of jesus. Oh that he now looks upon you as one with the same favor that he looks upon his son. I think about reading matthew chapter three just the other day with picture of jesus being baptized and a voice from heaven booming. God the father saying this is my son with whom. I'm well pleased and i just want to encourage you today in. Jesus you've put your trust in him as savior and lord of your life. Then when god the father looks your life instead of seeing all your sin evil instead of seeing all your sin instead of seeing your past filled with this or that. San god the father sees the righteousness of jesus and his favor rests on you you think. How is that possible. That's only possible by the mercy of god. So god we praise you for your grace and your mercy. We say together today as we pray according to genesis six eight that our only hope is an finding favour before you and we confess. There's nothing we can do to earn your favor. There's no amount of work's we could do to overcome our sen in the evil that is in our hearts the tendencies in our heart to turn from you. We praise your god that you have shown favourite us. The us sent your son to die on the cross for our sins that he's risen from the grave that he's ascended on high that through faith in him we are clothed in his righteousness filled with the spirit. And you'll look upon us as your sons and daughters with favor before you our father in heaven. This is an awesome thought. God and we praise you for it and we pray. Help us the never get over. It helps live today. In light of your favourite toward us in jesus helps to abide in your love. Alvis to your
"alvis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Ladies and gentlemen the story you are about to hear is true the names have been changed to protect the innocent this is a just the facts said right and we will be talking about nineteen fifty six which is the year of our gun smoke at the seventy fifty six there wasn't a lot of radio you know sort of making its way out T. V. head was well under way well so I would say based on that a world changing event of nineteen fifty six Elvis Presley appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show hello so September ninth sixty million viewers which is eighty two point six percent of TV viewers at the time were tuning in and the appearance garnered the show's best ratings in two years became the most watched TV broadcast of the nineteen fifties right Alvis Presley was twenty one years old at that time I think he's saying all shook up he is saying don't be cruel hound dog you sang Love Me tender and a little Richard's song as well yeah and he was introduced by Charles Laughton who is filling in for the night right now all of ed Sullivan was not added he was saying and they filmed him from the waist up they would not show his vulgar hip CHSAA dioxins or whatever you're not they were not filmed him said this this from the waist down seriously a big event of nineteen fifty six sure also as speaking of alvez atop song of nineteen fifty six.
Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta
"To the podcast wheel and everything you need to know about the celebrities. You don't. I'm Bobby Finger. I'm Lindsey Weber. Here's a quick call about Camilo Laconic. Hey let's just listen islands bobby Longtown on time I'm calling because I was watching the today show with my mom because I'm home for a bit. And there was a cooking segment with Camille McConnell. Hey who is backing kind of his wife. And at one point They had a shot of all the today. Show host eating her food and she misspoke and said that it had placenta and it and it was shocking. Okay good on orange by not all that interesting but there are a few things that I wanNA point down here number one Camilla Alvis which which is how. I've always known her. I said to you I was like her. MOCATTA has never been her last name. It's so confusing to hear her referred to as Camilla Makaay because as far as I my new professionally and she changed her name obviously but I thought she still went by Kimmel Alvis professionally. But apparently she doesn't anymore The the pattern like year something changed. Yeah something changed something changed. They've been married for eight years right along to be like ooh. This woman is just like now being like okay. We'll try mcconaughey and see how it goes. Everyone calls her Camilla Alvez's like everyone does everyone who calls her calls her that. Correct me if I'm wrong but I you think leaning into mcconaughey as new thing for her. Anyway she's doing like life style blog. She's she's going hard on something. Yeah absolutely this is got to be new now but listen to this. This is a sign of how so I found the video of her on the today show. And yes she misspoke and she she mistakes and she calls it placenta. The castles passes like Ha what. She's Brazilian English. As a second language she misspoke. That's all this that part. Isn't that funny. This is the part of today. Show that kind of shook me here. We go all right this morning on today. Food were starting New Year off right with fun and healthy recipes that your entire family can enjoy better to help us out than Camille. McConnell runs runs out well who better to help us out with fun and easy recipes. Then Camilla Makaay was. Those are last humans tilted. I didn't know she either or at least I didn't know that she cooked professionally. In a way that she wants others to emulate I. Yeah I know about her. She's one zillion she's a model. She's married to Matthew McConnell. Hey and I thought what she did was mostly model slash like run his his charity with the charity And I know that charity is called Junkie Bloom. Jk Lynn. You know as we've talked
Remembering Sin No More (Hebrews 8:12)
"Hebrews. Chapter eight verse. Twelve for I will. It'll be merciful toward their iniquities and I will remember their sins. No more And just wanting urge you to meditate on this verse to Soak in this verse let let it. Soak into your heart. This is in the middle of the author of Hebrews under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit is talking talking about what Jesus has done on the cross for us. What he is made possible for us? And this is a quotation. This is God speaking from in the Old Testament in a way. That is all the more true. Through Christ crisis the fulfillment of God's promises and God God says I will be merciful toward their iniquities. Make personal with through trust. I in Jesus through faith in Jesus God says to You I will be merciful toward your iniquities and I will remember your sins no more. Oh don't WanNa let then. So can you think about all your sins. Airs the challenge your thinking about them. God himself chooses is not to remember them like God the Omniscient King of creation. The one who knows all things so it's not like he has an Nesia but the beauty of what the Bible is teaching. Here is the God who knows all of your sins and my sins more than even we do. I don't even know all the ways I've sinned against God the gravity of those sins against God like like I've I've confess my sin to God but I don't even know the breadth and the depth in the seriousness of what that means because I still don't understand the depth and breath of his holiness and what it means for me to sin against him like I have an idea of that but I know I don't even grasp the reality take God. Does he knows how serious tennis he knows. Every way we have ten in the beauty is God says I will be merciful toward your equities. He's an hour. Remember your sins. No more no more. Just let that soak in those doors. No more so when the adversary Syria accused his you. When the adversary remind you of all the things you have done tries to beat you down with the weight of past send it just so in Hebrews Chapter Eight Verse Twelve. God has said to you. I will be merciful toward your iniquities and I will remember them. No more and through if he remembers them no more than you do not have to dwell on them. Yes yes let's learn from the pain of past sin as we pursue Holiness in the present and the future but let us not beat ourselves up for that which God remembers no more for that which which God has said I am merciful toward you. God we praise you. Praise you for your mercy. We praise you. Jesus this for paying the price for our sins for covering our sins with your blood just like Hebrews chapter nine teachers so that we can stand before for you and you remember our sins no more all glory be to your name that you don't count any one of our sins against us so especially for those who feel beatdown bypass who feel like they're walking around with a scarlet a on them were walking around feel like they're just scarred and stained by sending the past they'll never get past it got re pray that by your grace they would get past it. God by your grades they would. No you don't remember there's INS anymore. Just Hebrews twelve adjust shower over them constantly just all throughout the day. You remember their sins. No more you're merciful toward their iniquities. You remember their sins. No Oh more God. Help us to live in this mercy. Alvis to grow in holiness based upon this mercy empowered by this mercy to to leave sin and thought of it behind a walk in all in is in. Righteousness that you've bought for us. Got Reappraise you. You know when we one day. Stand before you for all who trust in Jesus as the sacrifice for arson Sam trusted induced as our savior and Lord that on that day when we deserve to be cast away from you into eternal opponent for ten that you will look at me and all who trust in you and you will say. I don't remember your sense all God. Thank you for this mercy parade. Help us to spread this mercy. GotTa repay that. There would be more people who hear those words on that day because of our lives to make the gospel known did. Hey Gary pray for the below CH- in Iran Muslim people who don't know your mercy in this way. God please please please mayday. No the good news is the God who will remember sins no more faith in Jesus Gallery braise you for Hebrews Numbers Chapter Eight or twelve. And we prayed you'd help us to live in this mercy day in and day out thank you for being merciful toward inequities and remembering our sins no more in. Jesus name Amen.
"alvis" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"I think he just like personally yes yes. This is anti Nazi shit at all. A weird look pretty cool. This isn't Disney okay. Legion of skanks Well Hugo boss design their Alvis Dave being Louis. Give us some volume. You know it'd be cool air. You go just in the headphones. Why would we want it to be the ruin? He's GonNa fix that it wow that's how they explain. It wasn't racist racist. Bobby Kelly was a Nazi he was to Nazis Potter and write the love to be bringing jude here. We go whoa he's a Nazi also slow Dan. I was always Nazi. o'clock wash the cloud. Hey guys it's got to be Nazi clocked somewhere my right that was that was a Jew Jew half passages ass holy moly. Yes see the old Disney suck tactic is that the original donald voices sounds like it. It is little known fact Steve. What is the origin of this what is actually going on on here nineteen hundred Nazi down opening a safe figures but it's not coffee? It's Ju- Teeth O.. T. He's speaking English English. It's just Donald Deng Donald Duck English Jews Olympic and hate it so you're always rub it in their face. Eat Leaven bread way what you got to watch the whole the thing yeah Joe you're motsy you fucking Bagel biters delicious white bread area and bread <music>. Holy Shit doesn't give out house right do we do. We know the origin on this. Well I can tell you it's like World War Two mortgages well a bunch animators get together Lewis and they brainstorm call sales he wakes up and he's backing America and he's like thank God. It's terrible. Not a bad dream was like the World War Two propaganda Agreem- I used to be a Nazi duck. Oh man that was a dream how much I go back to sleep back Dick. That's crazy so safari Maki. It wasn't Nazi Mickey but that would've been cool that would have been fucking hilarious theory goes to have all incarnations. The American President goes. It Was Walt Disney injury..
"alvis" Discussed on WTVN
"Matter energy to be created or destroyed for that matter or freely convert matter into energy that the humanities capacities will expand enormously, and you know, right now. Okay. The most advanced form of energy that I know about his future energy that'll get you to Alvis Torian forty years, but if we can access the sorts of discoveries we may be able to make with the kind of observatory that we can put in space who knows what are potential. That's true. Let's go to rock hill, South Carolina. The toothless wonder is with us. Berry. The law. You have nine extracted. I'm told war right after the George. I'm not having any problems grow up. How many do you have left? Everything's gone top. What are you gonna get dentures? Or what are they gonna do drill into new ones? Indie or what? They're gonna take him pressures about two weeks after four and then put to digital and they both read into you. Oh, yeah. The technologies talking about technology and space even dentistry. Amazing. But go ahead. Very well. I tell you what a great question I do. But real quick tell y'all have a great show. Yes. We did. It was fantastic. And my mother showed up. Oh, wonderful your tell you what I love you talking about her. She has a rail Abacha. But as you listen coast because exactly but go ahead. Oh, usually or a little while ago about that asteroid hit with the voice of the shame bomb. What's happened with that ashort? I don't really remember having an indecent ever. And that's because it exploded.
"alvis" Discussed on WTVN
"The humanities capacities will expand enormously, and you know, right now. Okay. The most advanced form of energy that I know about his future energy that'll get you to the Alvis Torian forty years, but if we can access the sorts of discoveries we may be able to make with the kind of observatory so we can put in space who knows what are potential. That's true. Let's go to rock hill, South Carolina. The toothless wonder is with us. Hello berry. Thanks a lot. You have nine extracted. I'm told. Right after all is yours. I'm not having any problems grow is gonna heal up. How many do you have left none? Everything's gone top. What are you gonna get dentures? Or what are they gonna do Jerusalem into new ones? Indie or what? Guess they're gonna take him pressure about two weeks after look gums for them. And then to did you live and they both read into your job. Oh, yeah. They have the technologies he's talking about technology and space even dentistry is amazing. But go ahead. Very well. I tell you what a great question. I got you Robert to. But real quick was telling y'all have a great show. Yes. We did. It was fantastic. And my mother showed up. Oh, one of your tell you what I I I love you talking about her. And especially you're at I hate that you had a rail fall in a bathtub, but I'm glad you listen because because exactly but go ahead. Anyway, Robert, oh you or a little while ago about that asteroid.
"alvis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And so to have a mayor that appoints all of the heads of all of our agencies, and every member of councils or commissions that advise him you're not gonna have an unbiased neutral party to step in when there is corruption. Or when there is a lack of accountability or transparency, one of the things I found very interesting about your conversation with Alvis Burks was that he said that they found out as the city council they had no right to investigate the mayor when there was some sexual harassment charges levied against him. And that was sort of shocking to me that I thought okay? Then who does hold the mayor accountable. There's no. Holding our mayor accountable in Denver. In fact, our in our charter our city council members have waived their right to review certain contracts, specifically related to even DIA. And so our city council is very weak and has given up any power that they have to the mayor. And when they do have slight bits of power. They don't use it. And that was the harassment thing was a perfect illustration of the the lack of accountability that we have in the city where are you on the safe injection sites being championed by Alvis Brooks? How do you feel about that? That was a really tough one for me because I didn't support it initially. My brother was a user. And the last thing that our family would want would be a safe injection site for him you I wouldn't necessary. Early want to make easier for someone to shoot up. I would want it to be as difficult as possible. But then I met with Lisa Ravel with the harm reduction action center and saw what they were talking about. And what they were considering for the safe injection site. And it looked different than I am magin. I imagine them in an encampment somewhere outside just coming in and out shooting up. It looked more like a methadone clinic which exists. Those those are out there, and is essentially the same thing when you look at the function of it. I I would ask a favor just a tiny favor. If you are elected. Would you commit to go on a non official visit to Vancouver Canada out? And just take a look at their. I think that might change your mind. Absolutely. I have a couple of friends who did just that. And they said no ever again. No, absolutely. And I think that the conversation also chain. Changed when I found out that they don't own their location. And so there would be an expectation that they would need to own their location to even implement. And so I think in Denver a lot of times we put the cart before the horse. Well, and also the legislature doesn't seem to in on this. Right, right. That has been a very fiery subject for people. And I will say that. I don't think anyone when the two or three days that we talked about it on the show. I don't think anyone called in support of it. Because you know, we have a serious problem in Denver, but we don't want to exacerbate it when you when you make something easier, you get more of it. If it was also strange to and felt like a desperate move on from my opponent. Because those are the people he criminalised with the camping ban. And so the the safe injection site coming from him felt disingenuous. Yes. I did it feel like it was really trying to solve a problem a real problem. And when we we passed a tax for caring for Denver that gave him more power to our mayor because our mayor will now appoint the board of this foundation that exists within the city to disperse this new revenue stream, and it talks about this money as if it's going to go directly to the homeless. But there are so many people who are housed that have mental health issues and needs that will probably eat up that revenue stream before it even becomes available to any of our people living on the street..
"alvis" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"You. My friends the only problem with you. Inevitable. My was. Came from. And it didn't want. Want anyone thinking still care dome? But you still hit a phone in baby. Having moving on. Thank you should be something. I don't run back. Maybe you should know bed. Mom, I don't I share like seventy one and never to Sloan. Alvis so much going on. If you. You look baby should go enough. Young. Fusing that I'm still hold on. Something you should go. Times that soon. Felon in. Never. Was I too. Kristof feel. You.
"alvis" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Six on six hundred and ninety two. Man things are popping here. Just in the last three minutes. Hang on a minute FOX as a growing number of people that get to work from holidays as you may be one of. It's a big deal. And it's a risk for the employer. Home is filled with distractions home is where you go when you're not working for many people. But because of the length of commutes how expensive it is to live near the place of employment. More and more people being allowed to work from home, economists pay attention to employment trans call this the gig. It gonna me the emerging workforce part of the gig economy people choosing to have more than one job at a time gig as job. So it's a gig economy is something other than career stuff Alvis had a career broadcasting. I didn't have a series gig jobs other than within the business. But then gig economy is something that is expanding out there, and if you can work from home and avoid a big time commute and avoid all kinds of unnecessary expenses at work that it may be something. That's good for you. If your boss convey convinced to go along with it and more and more are companies now allow more their own fulltime employees used to work day or two from home..
"alvis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"A risk for the employer. Home is filled with distractions home is where you go when you're not working for many people. But because of the length of commutes how expensive it is to live near the place of employment. More and more people being allowed to work from home, economists, the pay attention to employment trans call this the gig economy, the emerging workforce part of the gig economy people choosing to have more than one job at a time gig as a job. So it's a gig economy is something other than career stuff Alvis had a career broadcasting. I didn't have a series a gig jobs other than winning the business. But then gig economy is something that is expanding out there if you can work from home and avoid a big time commute and avoid all kinds of unnecessary expenses at work that it may be something. That's good for you. If your boss convey convinced to go along with it and more and more are companies now allow more their own fulltime employees used to work a day or two from home. So job perk. Now, those jobs are made that much easier to accomplish with the help of computers and software programs that keep everybody connected remote. PC is one of those programs comes from our buddies at i-drive, what remote PC does allows you to log into your computer at work from home. You are using your work computer from home as though you are sitting right in front of it. Real time. Fast connection, very little latency. You hit a keystroke? It happens on your screen, but it's happening on your work computer allows you to excise or access online files in the office meaning enough to transfer them. If you don't wanna put them in the cloud. You don't have to you can keep them on your local device in the office and access them from home. You could even print. To your printer in the office or print to your printer at home from.
"alvis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Deal. And it's a risk for the employer. Home is filled with distractions home is where you go when you're not working for many people. But because of the length of commutes how expensive it is to live near the place of employment. More and more people being allowed to work from home, economists, the pay attention to employment transform quality this the gig. It kinda me the emerging workforce part of the gig economy people choosing to have more than one job at a time gig as a job. So it's a gig economy is something other than career stuff Alvis had a career broadcasting. I didn't have a series gig jobs other than within the business. But then gig economy is something that is expanding out there, and if you can work from home and avoid a big time commute and avoid all kinds of unnecessary expenses at work that it may be something. That's good for you. If your boss can be convinced along with it in more and more are companies now allow more their own fulltime employees used to work a day or two from home. Job perk. Now, those jobs are made that much easier to accomplish with the help of computers and software programs that keep everybody connected remote. PC is one of those programs comes from our buddies at Dr. What remote PCP? Does it allows you to log into your computer at work from home? You are using your work computer from home as though you are sitting right in front.
"alvis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Man things are popping here. Just the last three minutes. Hang on a minute FOX as a growing number of people that get to work from holidays days. You may be one up. It's a big deal. And it's a risk for the employer. Home is filled with distractions home is where you go when you're not working for many people. But because of the length of commutes how expensive it is to live near the place of employment. More and more people being allowed to work from home, economists, the pay attention to employment trans call this the gig economy, the emerging workforce part of the gig economy people choosing to have more than one job at a time gig as a job. So it's a gig economy is something other than career stuff Alvis had a career broadcasting. I didn't have a series a gig jobs other than within the business. But then gig economy is something that is expanding out there, and if you can work from home and avoid a big time commute and avoid all kinds of unnecessary expenses at work that it may be something. That's good for you. If your boss can be convinced to go along with it and more and more are companies now allow more their own fulltime employees used to work a day or two from home. So job perk. Now, those jobs are made that much easier to accomplish with the help of computers and software programs that keep everybody connected remote. PC is one of those programs comes from our buddies at I drive, what remote PC does that allows you to log into your computer at work from home. You are using your work computer from home as though you are sitting right in front of it. Real time. Fast connection, very little latency. You hit a keystroke? It happens on your screen, but it's happening on your work, computer. It allows you to excise or excess online files in the office meaning to transfer them. If you don't wanna put them in the cloud. You don't have to you can keep them on your local device in the office and access them from home. You can even print. To your printer in the office or.
"alvis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With the diagnosis of a learning. Disability Coty was able to get extra support an extra time on tests and she kept going in college year after year after year, and how come you never quit? How come you never said? This is too much. Forget it. I thought about it many times they came to me many times. I just can't do this. I be no. God had a plan for me because he always put someone in my path to push me to tell me the wartime need to hear, you know, people like Shelly Alvis Coty supervisor when she was the student aid in the English department. We walk into Shelly's office and Shelley gives Coty a huge hug homes. Also. Are you good when Kati wanted to quit people like Shelly told her she couldn't I had a lot of friends, and I got to know a lot of people here Janner security, everybody. So had a lot of people sharing for me. And I couldn't give up. Did you did you see other people give up people here are most definitely mean, many people just couldn't? You know, they they couldn't do it wasn't money. Time was at the strat. What was it money time? They they they wanted to get married..
"alvis" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Authentic for those who are considering partnering with brands how do you make content field theory, organic, of course, so work with brands that really that that had the same kind of messaging is new for example, working with a company called Alvis, which is digital investment platform for young woman came out of a need saying that women are not investing your money, and because of this they don't have enough to retire long-term. So we work with them to help tell the story about how long it should start investing a little bit younger. So we would do is done Brandon content pieces, which will invest woman, a go-getter guide financial feminism, and we have branded content that guides our readers on how to take. Control of their finances and just feel empowered and investigation of intimidating. It should be empowering for women. So we teach them on how to do that. We will have like a ten step guide in all be from our partner. Alabaster these conversions that happened to our platform to sign up by their for either. Making a financial planner just understanding their finances a little bit better. They're more intent driven conversions in. They're not you don't see it as as as advertising, that's actually helping make their lives better. That's the key is you're adding value to your readers. You're not just saying, hey, you should be more financially savvy. You're teaching them to be more financially savvy. So I think education is a really really good tool to to really make it count. Exactly. Yes. Millennial women, especially they they want to be on. They want informative content to help make their lives better. Yeah. So this is not your first business. You happen before this take me back to your first business. Of course, the post down post college. I would say two thousand five I launched a high end luxury woman's cocktail dress collection results about sixty or seventy retail stores in the states. We also worked with online retailers like revolve dot com and shop,.
"alvis" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"I've not heard these new noise of I didn't know we were getting them. This is awesome. I knew we were getting the new interrupting, but I didn't know about that. That's kind of fun. All right. Let's go to our man. Now, he is the rape. He is the rain to my Bogo ta the one and only Dennis. Hi, danny. How are you? Good. Why are you wearing a jacket doors? Yeah. Good question. So Austin here has the vents pointed straight at me. So I've been shivering all show. So you know died and bring us wetter. So I got I got plot the jacket shivering like a little tra- WaWa in a rich ladies purse. Sure. Yeah. That's the way we're going to go about things. All right. How are the calls, my friend? Good, man. The calls are really good. Very good questions. You'll see on on the show. We also had some leftovers. We didn't have a show last week. We didn't get to talk about belt or so maybe we'll wonder if you got to balance them out yet. Because I do think it's important to talk about some of the things that happen ability to fourteen it was a big card pretty big belt or card. So let's tackle UFC four. And then we'll have time. We'll we'll address that. Okay. Let's go. Yes. All right. Let's do it. Hey, look can Danny. This is Floyd from Salt Lake City is calling to ask them what your favorite moment from the UFC card was and for me had to be when Michael this being mentioned that Johnny Walker could be one of the best light heavyweights in the world. At the very moment that Johnny Walker is doing the worm across the cage like a complete weirdo. Yeah. You know what? Johnny walker. Do. That's different dude. He is. He is totally weird. Yeah. I would love to get him. Not like not like drop your payoffs at the bus. Stop weird more like tells weird stories, but they're kinda funny of the party kind of. Yeah. That was a tremendous would I have a great respect for Justin la- debt? I think that he has a great jab is one of the one of the best jobs in the division. And that was you know, I won't call that fluky win. I don't know how many times you could replicate that over time. But but still do these powerful he's athletic. He fights without fear, and he's fun favorite moment from the card. Gotta be Josie Aldo jumping into the Kate into the crowd. Gotta be gotta be got. That was cool for sure what about you? I don't know. I really liked seeing you know, Taegu Alvis dig deep, and you know, he's he's had a few losses. It kind of you know, it was in his home city. It just it just felt nice watch him and the decision. I thought for example, Griffin one. I didn't think TI valve is one. But regardless of the decision was a competitive fight or fun fight and die. It's nice. Seeing a veteran man, dude. He's. Been around since two thousand fire, bro. Dude. He's been fighting the two thousand five his first pay per view was like have fifty six or something like kid was born. When she I go Alvis Jordan was in middle school. I think I was in seventh grade think about it. If your kid was born when TI go Alvis went to the UFC he'd be a freshman in high school now that's pretty crazy that is wild. That isn't saying he's not fighting bums, either Mexico, very good fighter. I mean, Maxine in beat Mike Perry not so exactly. He's no slouch. So I agree that the decision was a little bit off. But okay, it was a it was competitive. You know? Yeah. For sure. All right. This was an interesting question. All right. Let's see diarrhea. I am furious. The ESPN plus style of doing all the entire Ming event card in about an hour and a half is it's too fast. Okay. I don't ever wanna going on in my life..
"alvis" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Put. Hi, jackie. Thank you best alone. My guy he's this is a great lesson in thinking about what you're saying before you say if you go to someone say, oh, my God, you're having any better get invited. Don't say that. Think about what you're putting into place as you say that it's weird to and people lobby to be part of the bridal party. Has that happened to yell what people trying to be part of your grooms party? No, okay. Don't do that got my my party is stocks scary. You cannot be on the list scare now. Even though I'm not a bride is at a bridal party. I don't know what it was called. Hello. Jessica. Real quick. I know you're you're feeling guilty about cutting people on your list as well. But your fiance has an interesting idea. What's that? Yeah. The idea because I have a lot of friends from college. And he's like, okay. If they're not gonna give good gifts. Don't invite them. God baby. Really bad. Because like, I know, you know, I went to a private college. So it was really expensive. And we just are just graduated in may and we've been together a long time. So why not right? And he's like well think about it this way, you don't have to invite them because then you're making them feel obligated to spend money. So just don't tell them that. But don't invite them. I know I it's not supposed to be about that. But when it comes to your guest list, you got to find ways to figure it out. All right. Jessica thank you for listening. I love this Texas came through. Where did it go? Oh, it says you need to Marie condo. Your invitation lists do people spark joy tidy up. I'm gonna tie point. We take a bright normal sad. Warning Alvis Durant in the morning show pave you're like me, and you dread the time it takes to fall asleep. You gotta try the new Zeke will peers Ie's melatonin Gumy's. There are drugfree blend of botanical ingredients like lavender and camomile to help you fall asleep naturally and wake up without that rockiness and taste great too..
"alvis" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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Tyson Fury, Lino Messi and Emmanuel BBC discussed on BBC Minute
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