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"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

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"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Receive a retrospective estimate of when you ovulated. Series 8 has a unique two sensor design. There's one temperature sensor on the back crystal near your skin, and another just under the display. This design improves accuracy by reducing bias from the outside environment. Nighttime risk temperature can be a good indicator of overall body temperature. Because while you sleep, your blood vessels dilate, increasing blood flow to your limbs. Overnight, series 8 samples your wrist temperature every 5 seconds, and it can detect changes as small as .1°C. In the health app, you'll be able to see nightly shifts from your baseline temperature, which can be caused by things like exercise, jet lag, alcohol, or illness. But tracking temperature changes is even more useful for those who ovulate. Because cyclical patterns can reveal the biphasic shift. The biphasic shift is an increase in body temperature that occurs in response to changing hormones, and it can indicate ovulation. So yeah, I mean, if you understand any of that, you're a better person than me. But sounds good. I like it. I'm not going to buy one, by the way. I don't need it. I'm going to tell you what I've bought later anyway. And it's not that one. I know what you've bought. And the SE who cares. To get kids buy it and don't buy them an iPhone, just because then they get access to Facebook and Twitter and terrible Internet. There you go. You can use the SE. Oh. Because you can have someone set it up as a family member and then you still get the pleasant Apple watch experience, which is what we've thought about doing and then I pick my iPhone back up and not the pixel. So you can give your child a decent watch and a terrible phone experience. Or you can have a decent watch and a terrible phone experience if you want. Stick around because I lost more to talk about as we continue reviewing the Apple event with Marco fly low and Michael Babcock to the double tap. Listen daily from noon eastern on AMI audio or search for double tap in your favorite app. We'll be right back. This is double tap. Now, back to the show. Hey guys, this is double tab with me. Steven Scott, hello at Marco flaws also here, Michael Babcock, EMI contributor is also here. Michael, tell us a bit about you what you do, what are you? What do you do? Why are you here? That's a question that I've been trying to answer forever if we come to the answer. I'd love it. I am a contributor on Kelly and company on Mondays at 11, 10 a.m. Pacific time. I'm quickly doing math to realize that that's two 10 p.m. eastern. I'm not going to do the math for the UK. I also am a customer service representative for AT dies. That's been an adventure. I am a big brother who takes responsibility. Yeah, yeah. Is that your role in life now, is it? Yeah, well, that brings us on to these Steven Scott controls things. It's so fun. It's so fun. And we're doing some video as well. So you've got visual impaired guy doing TV. Radio is honestly, it is multi media in here, Michael. But anyway, it's good to find out about you and thank you for joining us. Let's talk more about Apple products. The next one I want to focus on is, of course, so, so, so Apple products who cares. Oh, thank you. How dare you? What are you talking about? This is the best day ever. So Apple watch ultra edition old. I feel like I should have one of those big raw voices doing outright edition. Yeah, I hate the name if I'm being perfectly honest. But I like the sound of the watch. We're talking, of course, rugged, we're talking really pronounced buttons, extra button, extra button, big action button. And the whole pile of other stuff as well. Michael, your thoughts on the Apple watch ultra from what you've learned. So I'm on the Apple watch 6. I was not interested by the Apple watch 8. I was definitely injured in the interest in the Apple watch ultra, and even more interested when I realized it was $200 cheaper than what people thought it was. Although put it in perspective, it's the same price as the iPhone 14. God bless perspective. I do love the fact that it has two speakers on it. That really has me intrigued. And then the three microphone already, hopefully you'll get some better quality. It already is pretty good quality out of the Apple watch 6. I'm very interested here how the microphone sound on the ultra. And that's all the things that make it for me are really cool accessibility feature and feature set for people who might be interested in this or at least who are looking for the excuse to buy it like I was. Although I just didn't bother, I just ordered one anyway. But I honestly, I really am excited by this. I think the size, I don't think it's going to be that big that it's going to make a huge difference visually to me, but I think there are some people out there who might benefit from it. A larger screen means that more of that large text can be shown up better. But more voice-over work on it, of course, is going to be fast. Yes, battery life is going to be really impressive as well. There's also talk of a GPS. Mark, what are you finding about this GPS news? Because by all kinds, it's going to be super accurate. Yeah, it's supposed to be extremely accurate because they have better sensors on board. I mean, this is an opportunity where they can minimize the components that are in there. And in this particular case, they don't even have to worry about that. They can use really precise components and they're taking advantage of advantage of the design of the watch with antennas and stuff like that around the screen, which is pretty cool. Overall, I think it's a pretty cool looking watch. I think it's definitely an interesting iteration. I kind of laughed when they did the whole demonstration on scuba diving. I felt like almost, there must be somebody at Apple that is indiscriminating and came up with an idea for this. And this is where it kind of came from because it does, it does reek of diver watch. It's got the bolts on the bottom that are holding the case together. It's got that rugged kind of like almost remember when James Cameron did that deep dive into the bottom of the ocean and Rolex had to make a super watch for him that had a glass that was like 17 inches thick, pun intended. To work, this seems like it's really, really designed to withstand everything that could possibly come against, which is pretty cool. And I love the orange accents, orange is just my color. So we've got an orange accent on the side button the new side button on the left where you can program that, which is very cool as well. You can program that any way you want. And on the actual crown, there's an orange ring on there as well. So I'm looking forward to playing with this up. I'm just really curious to see how this stacks up size wise compared to what I'm used to, which is the 45 millimeter series series 7. It's the body of is it going to be that much bigger? Because the glass is 49 millimeters, but it's the actual body is going to make the whole thing feel so much bigger and chunkier. I bought it. I bought it in screaming yellow. I don't think that's the official name of the color, but that's the one I'm going for. And that's what I am all for. Let's find out from Apple directly about the features that are in this Apple watch ultra that make it stand out. Every detail has been engineered to create the most rugged and capable Apple watch ever. It starts with a case made from aerospace grade titanium that strikes the perfect balance of weight, durability, and corrosion resistance. The titanium case extends up to surround the flat sapphire front crystal, protecting it from edge impacts that can occur during extreme activities. And at the center of the 49 millimeter case is our biggest, brightest display ever in Apple watch. Making it easier to read in the harshest sunlight. We also added a new button, the action button and high contrast international orange. It's customizable and gives users quick physical control for a range of functions. The digital crown has a larger diameter and coarser grooves and the side button stands proud of the case. Both designed to be used while wearing gloves. And the audio system excels when you're out in the elements. We added a second speaker for increased volume. Three strategically placed microphones in advanced software help ensure voice clarity on calls even in windy conditions. And for maximum connectivity and communication, cellular is built into every Apple watch ultra. Oh, every bit of that is just like, yes, please, yes, yes. Take my money. You need some alone time with that broken mind. Yeah, I must admit, I'm kind of hanging from the room. I've even bought the screaming orange screaming yellow case to go with my iPhone. You see, I want them to match. A great thing is, you see, being color blind is great, because I can just buy anything I like. Michael, you may have heard the story of me talking about the time I took my Apple watch in. While I was in Canada actually took my Apple watch into the Apple store and I mentioned to one of the salespeople that I had a lovely blue Apple watch and was told very quickly. You know that's not blue, right? It's black. And I'm like, is it really? And then I ended up buying a blue watch because I'm shamble that way. So that was a trip that you bought like 7 watches and then returned the next one. I told them all, people are online. There was a sale on at home because I should have because of the queen I can thank the queen for like my Apple watch was made cheaper because of her jubilee at the time. So we got some money off the watches and I thought screw this. So I took them all back and two of the fortune. But anyway, yes, GPS is the other big story. And who better than Apple to explain how this GPS will work and why it's apparently more accurate? It's designed to help you explore the most extreme and remote locations. From freezing cold mountains at -20°C to the blazing desert heat at 55°C or 130°F. When navigating in the backcountry, a compass is an essential tool. So we completely redesigned the compass app with new precision views and added capabilities. The orienteering view includes compass waypoints to mark a position, like the location of the trailhead or your tent. And they can be quickly added using the action button. And if you get lost or disoriented, backtrack uses GPS data to create a path of where you've been, so you can easily retrace your steps. And it turns on automatically in the background when you go off the grid. Just in case. Now that's interesting because it says it turns on automatically when you go off the grid, I kind of want it to do that all the time. I kind of want it to be aware of where I am so that if I get lost, it'll just press a button on my Apple watch and it'll just take me back. That is a brilliant feature that really is one of these features that is just made for people who are not very well very good with directions to be able to literally trace your steps back. We're going to have a whole new version of hansel and gretel coming up. It's going to be the 2020 edition of well, we left our breadcrumbs down, but thankfully I had my Apple watch out, so I could get back and not get eaten by the way. On HBO Max, it sounds like that kind of thing would show up. Michael, what's your take on this? I would be interested if third party app developers could leverage this technology. There could be some interesting O and M or orientation of mobility advantages to this. If someone could pre program a route that you're watch would be able to follow with semi decent accuracy and you have the confidence of knowing my watch will definitely help me get to this location. I can focus on traveling with my K nor with my dog. You've been talking a lot over the past week or so about GPS has come up in conversation time after time with our audience about the inaccuracy of GPS and that we are often looking for another method. I mean, Ira is a good example of that, right? Where I have that ability to have someone in my ear who's able to see where I am and then plot my direction, plot my travel, get me to where I'm going safely. And I have that knowledge, I'm not relying on the map and relying on essentially driving directions to get me where I'm going, and I'm not standing in the middle of a highway, which is not ideal. So GPS is okay. The one thing that came up with the Apple watch ultra. I think I'm writing scenes with the Apple watch ultra was not just when you're traveling, I don't know, the middle of a mountain somewhere, but actually not inside a moat and I don't think that's a good idea, but also when you're in a city, right? And you don't get great coverage and you don't get imagine a city like New York must not great get great GPS signal at ground level, right? So this apparently is leveraging this new technology. They talk about L one and L 5 with GPS. I don't know what that means. I don't find that if you do, because it sounds to me, oh good. I like more numbers. So fell 5 sounds good. Does that mean I get closer to the ground accuracy? But on GPS, is that what that's about? So L one signals the oldest GPS signal that exists out there and so it has two parts. It's got what's called the course acquisition code and the precision code. So one is the P code, which is the position goes as men for military use, whereas the C is what we if you ever think back to when GPS started getting popular, they always told us it wasn't a 100% accurate because it wasn't what the military uses, but it was pretty close to it. L 5 is the latest generation GPS signal. It has an operates on the thousand megahertz frequency, and it's one of the most advanced. So using those two, it gives you extremely precise accuracy. It's made for like safety and recovery. And it's going to eventually, it's now only getting used for civilian use. It was used in military for a very long time. And by the way, yes, I am reading this. You are, because I must have I don't know much about this stuff and you know, and they just threw out the elf one L 5. And I'm like, oh, cool. I've got L 5. What does that mean? No idea, but it sounds good. Michael, what about you? Why do you use to get around with GPS? Or do you use GPS? I need to get out more what I need to do with this technology thing has got me to where I just sit on my rear end and do what I need to do for work. But when I do go out, I use Google Maps for the most part. I don't really use Apple maps that much. And then I use Ira quite regularly to be able to just call it and say, hey, what do you see around me? Because you are at your destination really means your destination is across the road and down the block halfway. That's it. I've often talked about the last ten yards problem. I once went to a Starbucks and Edinburgh capital city of Scotland, and I got directions to it, and it said, you arrived. And I thought, great. And I'm feeling along a brick wall thinking, this doesn't feel right. And I ended up having to call the Starbucks to say, hi, so I believe I'm outside your building. Can you give me a hand? I'm trying to find a way in. And the lady commission says, oh yeah, I see you. You're standing at a brick wall, we are across the street. And that was it. It wasn't telling me it was over there. It was just over, literally, across the street. So, you know, that can be the problem to find the crosswalk. Yeah, well, that's another story, right? And again, I think the other joy, of course, of having the smartphone, the Apple watch is one thing, but having the smartphone and something like Ira as well, although not exclusively either, there are other applications that do this. I mean, even my wife's just recently got the end vision glasses and she's been talking about the fact that on those you can find the traffic lights. So that will help you locate those, not using AI to do that, which is really smart. So it's this combination. It's the toolbox thing again, right? All these different tools that we need to have to be able to get around and do what we need to do. It's not just one thing. Mark, did you pre order the ultra? Oh yeah. Absolutely. As soon as it was available, I ordered that. I'm really looking forward to this one. I feel like the watch hasn't really changed much. Since it came out yeah, it's gotten a little bit bigger and a little bit better screen and a little bit faster. But this is, I like standing out a bit. I love the fact that it's still works with the existing larger bands, so the 44 and 45 millimeter Apple watch bands. It wasn't a whole new ecosystem of bands that you had to worry about. But I'm looking forward to this. This is fun. I love technology. I love playing with stuff like this. So I'm going to play with the backtrack and just have some fun with it. You won't find me getting lost in the Woods. I promise you, because I won't go into the Woods. Unless my drone happens to crash there, then move a different story. But I definitely pre ordered this one, and this one comes out. We get this a 23rd I believe. So all these things are just going to trickle in my way I tell you. And I'm not leaving the least exciting announcement to the end. But I am. I don't know. Maybe you guys are more obsessed about this than I am. But yes, AirPods two has been announced. Not AirPods true, or I guess would be kind of cool for a certain product. True sound. I think someone else has done that already. Wasn't that soreness? It was taken. Yeah. But okay, so AirPods, now look, audio is king in our world, Michael. So are you excited about these? This is the one thing that I'm super excited about actually. I just got introduced to the AirPod pros line around hall day of last year. When my wife bought a pair and said, hey, try these out. You love them. And then we ended up buying four pairs because I needed some for the boys, and I wanted some. They made great Christmas presents. But the problem that I have is I often am doing 9 different things at once. So I'll just set my AirPods case down, walk away with AirPods in my ears. And then not be able to find my case or my phone. So what we did to solve that problem is we put this big bulky rubber case around my case and there's a spot for an AirTag, which is great because you can build a find the AirPod case when you set it down and lose it. Or using the find my app and directional location on your iPhone. I would love a speaker in my AirPods case. I can be able to just push a button from my phone, listen to where it is. Even more importantly, the speaker on the AirPods pro case will tell you if it's charging. Instead of having to hope that I plugged in the lightning cable all the way, I will know with audible feedback. Yep, your AirPod case is charging. That way next time I am actually out and about my AirPods to work as I expect them to. Let's get a bit more on that from Apple's event. We have also added a speaker to the bottom of the case to help you find it by playing louder tones. And the speaker will indicate pairing, low battery, and when charging has started. To make charging easier, in addition to the lightning cable, you can now use your Apple watch charger, as well as MagSafe or other QI compatible chargers. And with the addition of a lanyard loop to the side of the case, your AirPods pro will always be within reach. And also at lanyards, sold separately. I don't think it's made by Apple. I think it was in case who make them. But yeah, this is good. And I think the speaker thing is good. I think there's a lot of benefits to that. Even just the fact that it makes the noise when it charges up again, just adding that audible feedback. I'm sure some would like some vibration feedback as well. But maybe in that case, there's a light as well. I don't know if there is, but maybe there's a light that turns on somewhere. So that could be good, I guess. Mark, are you excited about these? You know, I'm excited for the people that wear them in their ears without them falling out. I always have a problem with AirPods. They've never stayed in my ears. I've tried really hard to enjoy them, but I don't. I'm excited for the technology to make its way to the beats fit pro, which is the ones that really I really enjoy. And I know that the technology eventually trickles its way down there. I do have a question for you, Steven, because you and I talked about this off the air a bit in terms of being able to track lost AirPods. Now, is it truly right now you can make individual AirPods make a sound when you lose them? Yeah, 'cause I've been able to do that, yeah. How do you do it? I've yet to be able to figure out how to make an individual one start yelling at me because that's what happens. My wife loses one all the time, happens to be the left one. I don't know what it is about the left one that she always loses. I've replaced it three times. Go for Michael. So now you ask me how to do it. I'm trying to remember how exactly I'm trying to remember as well because I'll be honest. It's been a while since I've done it, but you can. Because what's cool is, of course, it's got the speaker in it. It's making that beat noise. You can find it. Well, and it also gives you that warning. Don't do this if it's in your ear. Are you sure it's not in your ear? Yes, yes. Really? That's right. Okay, I gotta find this feature because I didn't know it existed. And I'm looking forward to an existing I actually have a lot of people who have asked me how to do that. And I'm like, I have no idea. I'm going to ask Stephen. So this, you know what, Steven, make a note. Sean on the show. You might have to do it from her phone not from your phone. I don't know if that makes a difference. I'm sure it does make a difference. I'll check it out on her own phone afterwards. I've just got to actually take the time to do it. I figured I'd have a shortcut by asking you guys. But clearly, no, no, we will get the answer to you. We will get the answer. Yeah, yeah. I think a lot of people probably wonder that as well. And how many times once they follow if you're blind, they're gone. That's it. You may as well just forget it. If there's no sight to help around, the dog is going to eat it before anything else. So that's what we're finding. No, I don't know. Okay, so I wear my watch at night. I charge it up in the evenings and then I put it on at night so I can get that sleep tracking. One thing she mentioned towards the end of the video, which is kind of big because now I will never not have a charged AirPod case. That is, I can just take my Apple watch off the charger, throw that charger on the AirPods case, and then that's always charged first thing in the morning. That's true. That's true. I just want to mention before we go, just one final feature, which I think is really good, especially perhaps for those with autism. And you know, especially for blind people who get freaked out by load noises. Is this new adaptive transparency feature? Let's hear more about that. When you want to be connected to the world around you, there's transparency mode. With the power of H two, we're taking this experience to the next level. With adaptive transparency, which dynamically reduces the volume of harsh environmental noise, like heavy construction. This is made possible because it processes at 48,000 times per second. To react instantaneously to any high decibel noise you are exposed to. I mean, that is just incredible, isn't it the disabled to do that? It reminds me of a pair of headphones that I saw years and years ago that were meant for people who were in the construction business and or in people going to shooting ranges. Cops use this a lot and people are hunting, use it a lot where you can literally keep it pairing. Headphones in. Converse with people around you, but the second you pull a trigger on a gun, it immediately protects your ear. That the coolest thing about that was the latency, the time at which it takes to normally detect the sound but then duck it accordingly. That's insane. The fact that the technology in an AirPod can do that is absolutely insane. And I'm looking forward to taking that and playing with that one. So you were saying through the week you might want to take me to a shooting range to try this. So you want to shoot guns near my head just to see if this was. Just to see if it works. And if it doesn't, well, I mean, you don't need that sense, dude. Yeah, who needs he is? No, because I asked that because Greg and Pennsylvania wrote in this week saying that I should be the one to test car crash detection feature. So for example, totally being in a car during a crash and then basically just to find out if the notification automatically reads out, it looks like you've been in a crash with voice-over. I have to say, it does seem a little bit excessive, but I don't think my listening. We could simulate it. That would be better. And can we put something else in the car? Well, it's not me. That would be fun. No, no, we'll just throw you out the building. You can jump off the second floor or into a garbage bin and we'll take a sledgehammer and we'll figure something out. Oh, I can't wait. I am so excited. I literally can not hide it. Listen, keep in touch with us. It tells you your thoughts as we go feedback a DMI dot CA colors on one 8 7 7 8 zero three four 5 6 7. You can find us across social media as well at double tap on here. That is it for us today. Michael Babcock, thank you so much for being with us. It's been a lot of fun. Appreciate it. And Mark will catch you again next week. 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"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

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08:03 min | 3 months ago

"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"All right, that is incredible. Should we learn so that we as three guys here, certain talking about women's problems, don't sound completely ridiculous like I just did. Let's hear from an expert, someone who actually knows about this stuff. This was at the event we had from one of the people at Apple talking about how these new features will work. The new temperature sensor and how it will benefit at women in the future. Utilizing the new temperature sensor and Apple watch series 8, you can now receive a retrospective estimate of when you ovulated. Series 8 has a unique two sensor design. There's one temperature sensor on the back crystal near your skin, and another just under the display. This design improves accuracy by reducing bias from the outside environment. Nighttime risk temperature can be a good indicator of overall body temperature. Because while you sleep, your blood vessels dilate, increasing blood flow to your limbs. Overnight, series 8 samples your wrist temperature every 5 seconds, and it can detect changes as small as .1°C. In the health app, you'll be able to see nightly shifts from your baseline temperature, which can be caused by things like exercise, jet lag, alcohol, or illness. But tracking temperature changes is even more useful for those who ovulate. Because cyclical patterns can reveal the biphasic shift. The biphasic shift is an increase in body temperature that occurs in response to changing hormones, and it can indicate ovulation. So yeah, I mean, if you understand any of that, you're a better person than me. But sounds good. I like it. I'm not going to buy one, by the way. I don't need it. I'm going to tell you what I've bought later anyway. And it's not that one. I know what you've bought. And the SE who cares. To get kids buy it and don't buy them an iPhone, just because then they get access to Facebook and Twitter and terrible Internet. There you go. You can use the SE. Oh. Because you can have someone set it up as a family member and then you still get the pleasant Apple watch experience, which is what we've thought about doing and then I pick my iPhone back up and not the pixel. So you can give your child a decent watch and a terrible phone experience. Or you can have a decent watch and a terrible phone experience if you want. Stick around because I lost more to talk about as we continue reviewing the Apple event with Marco fly low and Michael Babcock to the double tap. Listen daily from noon eastern on AMI audio or search for double tap in your favorite app. We'll be right back. This is double tap. Now, back to the show. Hey guys, this is double tab with me. Steven Scott, hello at Marco flaws also here, Michael Babcock, EMI contributor is also here. Michael, tell us a bit about you what you do, what are you? What do you do? Why are you here? That's a question that I've been trying to answer forever if we come to the answer. I'd love it. I am a contributor on Kelly and company on Mondays at 11, 10 a.m. Pacific time. I'm quickly doing math to realize that that's two 10 p.m. eastern. I'm not going to do the math for the UK. I also am a customer service representative for AT dies. That's been an adventure. I am a big brother who takes responsibility. Yeah, yeah. Is that your role in life now, is it? Yeah, well, that brings us on to these Steven Scott controls things. It's so fun. It's so fun. And we're doing some video as well. So you've got visual impaired guy doing TV. Radio is honestly, it is multi media in here, Michael. But anyway, it's good to find out about you and thank you for joining us. Let's talk more about Apple products. The next one I want to focus on is, of course, so, so, so Apple products who cares. Oh, thank you. How dare you? What are you talking about? This is the best day ever. So Apple watch ultra edition old. I feel like I should have one of those big raw voices doing outright edition. Yeah, I hate the name if I'm being perfectly honest. But I like the sound of the watch. We're talking, of course, rugged, we're talking really pronounced buttons, extra button, extra button, big action button. And the whole pile of other stuff as well. Michael, your thoughts on the Apple watch ultra from what you've learned. So I'm on the Apple watch 6. I was not interested by the Apple watch 8. I was definitely injured in the interest in the Apple watch ultra, and even more interested when I realized it was $200 cheaper than what people thought it was. Although put it in perspective, it's the same price as the iPhone 14. God bless perspective. I do love the fact that it has two speakers on it. That really has me intrigued. And then the three microphone already, hopefully you'll get some better quality. It already is pretty good quality out of the Apple watch 6. I'm very interested here how the microphone sound on the ultra. And that's all the things that make it for me are really cool accessibility feature and feature set for people who might be interested in this or at least who are looking for the excuse to buy it like I was. Although I just didn't bother, I just ordered one anyway. But I honestly, I really am excited by this. I think the size, I don't think it's going to be that big that it's going to make a huge difference visually to me, but I think there are some people out there who might benefit from it. A larger screen means that more of that large text can be shown up better. But more voice-over work on it, of course, is going to be fast. Yes, battery life is going to be really impressive as well. There's also talk of a GPS. Mark, what are you finding about this GPS news? Because by all kinds, it's going to be super accurate. Yeah, it's supposed to be extremely accurate because they have better sensors on board. I mean, this is an opportunity where they can minimize the components that are in there. And in this particular case, they don't even have to worry about that. They can use really precise components and they're taking advantage of advantage of the design of the watch with antennas and stuff like that around the screen, which is pretty cool. Overall, I think it's a pretty cool looking watch. I think it's definitely an interesting iteration. I kind of laughed when they did the whole demonstration on scuba diving. I felt like almost, there must be somebody at Apple that is indiscriminating and came up with an idea for this. And this is where it kind of came from because it does, it does reek of diver watch. It's got the bolts on the bottom that are holding the case together. It's got that rugged kind of like almost remember when James Cameron did that deep dive into the bottom of the ocean and Rolex had to make a super watch for him that had a glass that was like 17 inches thick, pun intended. To work, this seems like it's really, really designed to withstand everything that could possibly come against, which is pretty cool. And I love the orange accents, orange is just my color. So we've got an orange accent on the side button the new side button on the left where you can program that, which is very cool as well. You can program that any way you want. And on the actual crown, there's an orange ring on there as well. So I'm looking forward to playing with this up. I'm just really curious to see how this stacks up size wise compared to what I'm used to, which is the 45 millimeter series series 7. It's the body of is it going to be that much bigger? Because the glass is 49 millimeters, but it's the actual body is going to make the whole thing feel so much bigger and chunkier. I bought it. I bought it in screaming yellow. I don't think that's the official name of the color, but that's the one I'm going for. And that's what I am all for. Let's find out from Apple directly about the features that are in this Apple watch ultra that make it stand out. Every detail has

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"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

08:26 min | 3 months ago

"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Really, what will the upgrades other than that sensor was there anything new? I mean, a little bit more battery life, perhaps. Slightly faster processor, nothing major exciting. Pretty much it, right? I mean, if you've got a C 7, you don't need to upgrade, do you? I'm on a 6 and I don't even see the desired upgrade to the 8. The ultra may be, but not the 8. We'll get to the ultra. I promise you we'll get to the ultra because oh yeah, when we talk about the ultra all right, that is incredible. Should we learn so that we as three guys here, certain talking about women's problems, don't sound completely ridiculous like I just did. Let's hear from an expert, someone who actually knows about this stuff. This was at the event we had from one of the people at Apple talking about how these new features will work. The new temperature sensor and how it will benefit at women in the future. Utilizing the new temperature sensor and Apple watch series 8, you can now receive a retrospective estimate of when you ovulated. Series 8 has a unique two sensor design. There's one temperature sensor on the back crystal near your skin, and another just under the display. This design improves accuracy by reducing bias from the outside environment. Nighttime risk temperature can be a good indicator of overall body temperature. Because while you sleep, your blood vessels dilate, increasing blood flow to your limbs. Overnight, series 8 samples your wrist temperature every 5 seconds, and it can detect changes as small as .1°C. In the health app, you'll be able to see nightly shifts from your baseline temperature, which can be caused by things like exercise, jet lag, alcohol, or illness. But tracking temperature changes is even more useful for those who ovulate. Because cyclical patterns can reveal the biphasic shift. The biphasic shift is an increase in body temperature that occurs in response to changing hormones, and it can indicate ovulation. So yeah, I mean, if you understand any of that, you're a better person than me. But sounds good. I like it. I'm not going to buy one, by the way. I don't need it. I'm going to tell you what I've bought later anyway. And it's not that one. I know what you've bought. And the SE who cares. To get kids buy it and don't buy them an iPhone, just because then they get access to Facebook and Twitter and terrible Internet. There you go. You can use the SE. Oh. Because you can have someone set it up as a family member and then you still get the pleasant Apple watch experience, which is what we've thought about doing and then I pick my iPhone back up and not the pixel. So you can give your child a decent watch and a terrible phone experience. Or you can have a decent watch and a terrible phone experience if you want. Stick around because I lost more to talk about as we continue reviewing the Apple event with Marco fly low and Michael Babcock to the double tap. Listen daily from noon eastern on AMI audio or search for double tap in your favorite app. We'll be right back. This is double tap. Now, back to the show. Hey guys, this is double tab with me. Steven Scott, hello at Marco flaws also here, Michael Babcock, EMI contributor is also here. Michael, tell us a bit about you what you do, what are you? What do you do? Why are you here? That's a question that I've been trying to answer forever if we come to the answer. I'd love it. I am a contributor on Kelly and company on Mondays at 11, 10 a.m. Pacific time. I'm quickly doing math to realize that that's two 10 p.m. eastern. I'm not going to do the math for the UK. I also am a customer service representative for AT dies. That's been an adventure. I am a big brother who takes responsibility. Yeah, yeah. Is that your role in life now, is it? Yeah, well, that brings us on to these Steven Scott controls things. It's so fun. It's so fun. And we're doing some video as well. So you've got visual impaired guy doing TV. Radio is honestly, it is multi media in here, Michael. But anyway, it's good to find out about you and thank you for joining us. Let's talk more about Apple products. The next one I want to focus on is, of course, so, so, so Apple products who cares. Oh, thank you. How dare you? What are you talking about? This is the best day ever. So Apple watch ultra edition old. I feel like I should have one of those big raw voices doing outright edition. Yeah, I hate the name if I'm being perfectly honest. But I like the sound of the watch. We're talking, of course, rugged, we're talking really pronounced buttons, extra button, extra button, big action button. And the whole pile of other stuff as well. Michael, your thoughts on the Apple watch ultra from what you've learned. So I'm on the Apple watch 6. I was not interested by the Apple watch 8. I was definitely injured in the interest in the Apple watch ultra, and even more interested when I realized it was $200 cheaper than what people thought it was. Although put it in perspective, it's the same price as the iPhone 14. God bless perspective. I do love the fact that it has two speakers on it. That really has me intrigued. And then the three microphone already, hopefully you'll get some better quality. It already is pretty good quality out of the Apple watch 6. I'm very interested here how the microphone sound on the ultra. And that's all the things that make it for me are really cool accessibility feature and feature set for people who might be interested in this or at least who are looking for the excuse to buy it like I was. Although I just didn't bother, I just ordered one anyway. But I honestly, I really am excited by this. I think the size, I don't think it's going to be that big that it's going to make a huge difference visually to me, but I think there are some people out there who might benefit from it. A larger screen means that more of that large text can be shown up better. But more voice-over work on it, of course, is going to be fast. Yes, battery life is going to be really impressive as well. There's also talk of a GPS. Mark, what are you finding about this GPS news? Because by all kinds, it's going to be super accurate. Yeah, it's supposed to be extremely accurate because they have better sensors on board. I mean, this is an opportunity where they can minimize the components that are in there. And in this particular case, they don't even have to worry about that. They can use really precise components and they're taking advantage of advantage of the design of the watch with antennas and stuff like that around the screen, which is pretty cool. Overall, I think it's a pretty cool looking watch. I think it's definitely an interesting iteration. I kind of laughed when they did the whole demonstration on scuba diving. I felt like almost, there must be somebody at Apple that is indiscriminating and came up with an idea for this. And this is where it kind of came from because it does, it does reek of diver watch. It's got the bolts on the bottom that are holding the case together. It's got that rugged kind of like almost remember when James Cameron did that deep dive into the bottom of the ocean and Rolex had to make a super watch for him that had a glass that was like 17 inches thick, pun intended. To work, this seems like it's really, really designed to withstand everything that could possibly come against, which is pretty cool. And I love the orange accents, orange is just my color. So we've got an orange accent on the side button the new side button on the left where you can program that, which is very cool as well. You can program that any way you want. And on the actual crown, there's an orange ring on there as well. So I'm looking forward to playing with this up. I'm just really curious to see how this stacks up size wise compared to what I'm used to, which is the 45 millimeter series series 7. It's the body of is it going to be that much bigger? Because the glass is 49 millimeters, but it's the actual body is going to make the whole thing feel so much bigger and chunkier. I bought it. I bought it in screaming yellow. I don't think that's the official name of the color, but that's the one I'm going for. And that's what I am all for. Let's find out from Apple directly about the features that are in this Apple watch ultra that make it stand out. Every detail has

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"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

08:10 min | 3 months ago

"babcock" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"This is an AMI podcast. Hey guys, welcome along to episode number 8 of double tab are for Saturday the 10th of September 2022, it is the weekend, and that means it's time to talk to Mark aflalo, and guess what we're going to talk about today. You're listening to double time. The weekend edition, your daily accessible technology show. Now, here's your hosts, Steven Scott, and Mark aflalo. Hey Mark, come with you today. I'm going to dancing to the music, dancing to the music. I'm dancing. Yeah. I forgot to make reference to this last time as you're counting show numbers. That's a dangerous game. I know as a dangerous game. I'm curious what you're going to lose count. Probably tomorrow. In fact, number 520 two. I actually do, I don't think it matches. I think we should just make a number up every single time. That would be a lot more fun than that. The 550,020 41. You know, this just makes it easier for people to pool and figure out when will they no longer be allowed to count shows or when are they being canceled? Yes. I think it's going to be around. I'm show number 364. That would be a great pool, wouldn't it? Is that going on in the air my office right now is that a pool for when the show will end, they're just going to stick a number on it. This is why I don't go into the office because I'm too scared. To see if there's a board somewhere that says Steven Scott marker expiry. Yes, that is not good. That is not good. Listen, it's been a very weird week over here in the UK, obviously, with the news of the passing of the queen. And it's been interesting. What's the news been like in Canada? Is it like here? Because over here, there's no TV. Everything's off. So you just have endless documentaries and stories and news. That's all it is about the queen. On the BBC, there is a rule at this point in time where no comedy must be shown. No comment code on the BBC. I have to say, if you watch the BBC, you won't find much comedy. Most of the time. But I was going to say, but you're really not going to find it right now. I'm guessing TV just continues in Canada. Have you guys moved on? I mean, there's no particular rules in terms of what they're doing, but there's a lot of obviously tributes going on and people talking about the queen and her life. Every channel, every second channel, you went to last night, seemed to be some kind of in memoriam going on for the queen. So that was interesting. And a lot of, I mean, I guess today is now the articles are all about what happens next. How does Charles really become king? When are they going to be with coronation and all this stuff? What's going to happen in terms of lying in state? And all that stuff that goes along with it. This is an interesting thing when something like this happens kind of like when this royal weddings and other worldly events that are very uncommon is that the world kind of gets together and forgets about everything else that might be going on and focuses their attention, some in grief, some in curiosity, some and just kind of wonder to see this kind of thing that happens that's not normally it happens every how often. I mean, we haven't seen anything like this in terms of her majesty dying in over 70 years, right? So this is interesting. It's one of these things that in our lifetime, at least in our lifetime, this is the only time we'll probably see this. Something like this happened. You brought up something last night. She's like, this is the last time you're going to hear them sing God save the Queen. Yeah, that's right. Yeah, you're right, because if you think about the bloodline, it's boy boy boy, you know, we're not going to see in our lifetime anyway. We're not going to see another queen, another queen who's actually in the royal bloodline. Very interesting. Learning a lot. Yeah, I think the most impact the last time I remember something being quite shocking and also it's quite sore instant actually in the news was of course 9 11, but prior to that in terms of the royal family, Princess Diana. And the death of Dan in 1997 and that was quite a moment in time as well and really just I think shook the nation, but also brought people together and it's doing that. No, which maybe we need some of that. Maybe that's smooth as a legacy. It's not a bad thing. Speaking of bringing us together, Apple events always do that. I wanted to mention one thing though. I wanted to interrupt you. But you and Shawn, you did something really funny, not funny, but it was interesting on double tap yesterday. Now, so yesterday's Friday was you talked about how the tech companies are reacting with the stuff we posted this on our social media channels to go check that out at double tap on air. It was just very interesting to see the contrast. Apple is very good at this very good at reacting in terms of just very simple somber that you go to the demonstrated. Okay, you go from Apple, which really no mention of pre orders or anything except something you go to the Amazon page and it's like in memoriam Queen Elizabeth II here buy some headphones. In my case, earplugs. Well, that's because it's listening to kiss my dog. My wife doesn't want to listen to me best at times, especially when I'm snorting through the night. And also when I'm talking here, I think she builds them then as well. Anyway, we are joined by our special guest, today we're not doing this alone. Yes, we are. We've got a special guest joining us, a regular contributor to AMI. You'll know the voice, of course, this is Michael Babcock who's joining us. Now Michael winners are you in the world? I am on the beautiful Oregon coast, at least that's what they tell me. And I'm glad to know that it's not only my wife that refuses to listen to me. There has to hear me too much and it says, I'm not going to listen to that podcast content. I hear you already all day. My wife says this to me all the time. She says, I'm not listening to you. I say it all the time. I'm like, you'd like this show. My wife and I are both officially in bed. In fact, when a whole visual impaired family, even the dogs get cataracts. So everything in our family is visually. I sat down at the table on Sunday last Sunday and I just had an idea for something. I brought my computer down and my wife was doing something in the kitchen and I sat down and I'm like, oh let me get this idea out and I was watching and playing back some video of Sean and Steven doing something and she's like, do I really have to listen to this all the time? It's bad enough I hear it every day and then you're watching the shows at night that I'm like enough. Okay, I'll leave the room now. So yeah, that didn't end well, but we've managed to get through the week. So we're good now. Yeah, yeah. Well, let's talk about the big news, and that is the Apple event, of course, that took place on Wednesday last week, Wednesday, kind of unusual, right? But yeah, it happened. And we have got out of it. iPhones, new Apple watches, and AirPods pro two. And we're going to talk about that over the course of the hour. And I know we spoke about this with Sean over the past couple of days, but I wanted you guys to come in on this and get your take on it. So let's do that. Let's dive right in. And let's start with iPhones. So Mark, Michael, I'm going to throw it to you because I want to know your take. I said a lot this week about the iPhones and my feelings, but I want to know what you two think. So Mark, if you want to go first and tell us your thoughts then on the iPhone lineup for the iPhone 14. Well, I mean, you've recapped it all week, but it will recap it again. We've got obviously four new iPhones here. We've got the 14 iPhone 14, the 14 plus 6.1 inch 6.7 inch. These use the a 15 bionic chip. Nice phone. Same design as we were used to in terms of the 13 with the notch at the top, which is something that really kind of struck me because they only brought this new pill cutout to the 14 pro and the pro max lineup. I thought they would do it across the board. In doing this, it almost makes you seem like the 14 of the 14 plus are kind of like the we've got stock left over. Let's just upgrade a couple of things and keep it going. But it was interesting, but my biggest, my biggest biggest takeaway, other than the fact that the amount of leaks were actually very low this year. Was how Apple took that cutout that they had to put in that phone in that screen. Obviously for sensors and cameras.

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"babcock" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"babcock" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"Because on the on the team i just brought on the team brought on everybody's independent contractors for mash ventures and my biggest issue is always commitment and it was like committing to getting the started. I'm a young guy so it's like with last year. Got the stimulus check. And i did what i think. Most people should have done. I put it back into incorporating the company and launching the company but it took me six seven months to finally define what the fuck in my building. And so i'm like okay. I'm not really seeing results. Because i'm not firm on hausa multi-purpose company on my so public relations firm fast for two months. I'm like i need to go ahead and bring people on. Because i cannot get to my goals and get to places without people coming on board with me and why not bring on people in my network to also help them get success and build together and so that's what i've done and after building. That team like the past six months mentioned. I've been really really great. And i have to say i was actually looking for a head of podcasters. I have somebody on the team who makes podcast theme songs and insurance chose. That's an underrated strategy. A lot of podcastone understanding just having a quick intro like yours is recognizable noon. It's like you know the music very upbeat and guys you need to listen to underdog empowerment and leave him a review But honestly anybody who comes to meet the needs help with podcasting like actually launching it. I'm just gonna start referring to you and refer to you guys as the person to handle the podcasting needs so we can focus more personal branding side. Appreciate them in with them to take care of them. Let's talk about clubhouse because you are really really have young clubhouse for first couple of months. And i couldn't i couldn't do this interview without asking that question but obviously you know audio audio guy. We gotta have that conversation. 'cause i thought that it would be a lot larger than it was and i didn't spend nearly as much time as i should have to really get the results on it but it was a personal branding beast You were on it very heavy. Did some live rooms. And i don't think you've been on it anytime in the past couple of months too much. Have you been you'll since january man dude So i was so bullish on clubhouse.

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"babcock" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"babcock" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"I made a decision dude. And i went from sixteen to eighteen hour day as scaled back to sixty hour weeks. Best decision i've ever made. We've been growing faster bigger than we've ever had before we got the right people on team and i'm an i show up one hundred times better than i ever have taken care of myself now I have no fucking idea. Why sard thomas or exempt is completely different. What was the question is was about the prison project. But we'll get to that really quick though you touch on something that there's this whole hustle culture going on and i got into that as well and then i started realizing that if only getting four hours of sleep or i'm saying that i'm staying up to say that i'm staying up and i'm not getting shit done then. What what what the fuck by doing this. For and i realized okay. I see six to eight hours tonight. I'm awake of feeling good. I'm a be able to be so much more productive. And i've actually been able to get more done so far. Two thousand and twenty one and i'd say like the past four years and that's something you know who is it. Simon sinek maybe the the four hour workweek or whatever. I read that book yet but who is it with four hours. Getting names jumbled up a four hour workweek. that's impressive man. I haven't gotten to that level yet. Us found sixteen hours a week. Is i could probably get lower. But that's a good spot for me. Because i actually like. I actually do like working. You know what i'm saying. You lowered down that you just feel lazy. Yeah i mean it was so weird adjusting to that man. 'cause like i'm usa. Sixteen eighteen hour days grinding and now on life now gotten used to but at first it was like this is weird like i should be doing something more some of the kids all that it so going back to that prison project though talk about that for a second yeah sorry. I went down the at soon. That doth this this. Mrs allow me to do stuff like this though. This year launched my legacy company man And really i'm shifting this year. Now it's all about moving into the legacy phase of my amount life on building. Should that i want to to live way longer after i'm gone but the convicted life podcasts. That we launched It's a the pie is a first of its kind kind of podcast. We got launched gotta ranked on apple but we also got it on one hundred and fifteen thousand devices inside the prison system Through securities which is a huge win in the podcasts. Were speaking directly to these guys. And gals anat's were teach them live that convicted life. It's for convicted. Felons that are convicted of Wanna live in extraordinary life not interested or one like noman like you're going to do whatever the fuck you gotta do to do right. You still got to do the work. We're just gonna give you the blueprint in road map on how to do it. I share my experience. Five do at travis shares his macos and then we bring on people on the show in all different fields that have done like prison time share how they got out in done it. So we're giving them real shit that's actually going to help them versus Programs that people are currently wasting taxpayer dollars on that. Don't even help. Our mission behind though is out also have programs that were building ford as well but we wanna hit a nine percent recidivism rate or lower in the us which is a crazy big. Ask goal. but not. I'm gonna i'm gonna hit it died in the process of trying to accomplish it but Yemen it's been. It's been incredible man. I'm excited be able to carry that out. What does that rate at right. Now though the The Recidivism rate yeah..

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"babcock" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"babcock" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman

"That might be healthy. Because you're setting really high expectations for yourself but the whole fake it till you make it you know by fake followers. Try to buy your way in the press releases and all this other shit. I'm not a fan of and by the way. Feel free to cuss. I i cuss on occasion. And so yama and that's that's really interesting now. Something that i really wanted to touch on was more of a personal point. And i think it might have been your interview with evan carmichael or might have been futuristic. You were talking about you know the time you were locked in the cell. And you're they're not just for thirty days like you're there for five years and i look back on my past and i regret things that i didn't do. You know a year from now or a year ago. What was that time like being alone just with yourself and with your thoughts. Yeah man I think a lot of people are ethnic. Solitude is underrated too. A lot of people solitudes beautiful thing man Matt say that my time was amazing and beautiful. I wish i could go back as unsupervised. I'm not there anymore right. i don't ever want to go back But but it's it gave me a lot of time to really do a lotta introspection saying i'm just myself and thoughts whatnot But i got to really get know me you know kinda got forced to a lot of ways and You know the everything that i went through that whole experience i wouldn't change anything to exempt me who i am today and built a mental strength air to that i get any other place so super grateful for man and then you get out of prison. Everybody says fuck you. Because you're next con and i think that that systems a little bit flawed because we have this automatic assumption that you know your mistakes to find your character moving forward and there's a lot of things that i don't agree with in that regard and then you get involved with business..

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Boston's Pleasant Street MBTA Green Line Station Has Closed Permanently

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Boston's Pleasant Street MBTA Green Line Station Has Closed Permanently

"That he stop it Pleasant street that stopped closed for good. On Friday, the station being combined with the stop on Babcock Street. It's part of an $8 billion Green Line Transformation project. The ST Paul Street and BU West stations. Also combined into one, The T says fewer stops and longer platforms should make rides along Commonwealth that faster and more reliable. I know seven to Wall Street now to

Boston's Green Line T Stop At Pleasant Street Permanently Closes

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Boston's Green Line T Stop At Pleasant Street Permanently Closes

"Is the end of the line for the Green Line. T stop it Pleasant Street that stop now closed for good. This station being combined with the one on Babcock Street is part of an $8 billion. Green Line Transformation Project, the same Paul Street and BU West stations. They'll also be combined

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Warne project sports and whatever so james it is back to school former. Nhl head coach. Mike babcock he has taken over on a full time volunteer basis for the next two years. The university of head coaching job. And he surprise on that for you know what stevie. I'll tell you what here's why i think he did it. Or here's one of the reasons. I think it would. I think it would be really cool if it is one of the reasons is i think he's doing it to apologize. I think he's doing it to make good on what happened with with his reputation near the end of his career. In the nhl whether it comes back or not right because this guy got besmirched. Right he got. He got torched with what he did to mitch. Myrna told him to tell brought him into his office at tell me all the guys who need work and then an through the end of the buses that who it was. Yeah it was basically. Give me a list of all the guys on the all. Your teammates you think are lazy and who are not lazy right any proceeded to tell the team all the guys that mitch martyr had indicated which of course as a rookie that would mortified you of course. Yeah and didn't chris chellios way in after about above babcock. Few guys took him down. Yeah it'll be oh hand friends in call them like one of the worst people ever right. Yeah so. I think when that happens right. That's a that's a terrible way to be looked at as a coach. When when you're you dedicate your life to all that stuff and then this comes out. You know this sort of dirty laundry on this guy and manno man. I couldn't think of anything worse for your legacy as nhl coach. And so. what's the guy do He's he's out of the game. You and i were curious one afternoon going on. Why isn't babcock. Have a gig here. You know you can't deny the guy was super competitive. So i think he takes the singer. I good on them in my mind. Because i thought Nothing but bad things about the guy. When i heard these these guys weighing in and chris chelios doesn't minces words you know he doesn't he.

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"babcock" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Wouldn't it. Make sure that i can have it across all platforms as real zak. Abc boom got changed on all the platforms. Then i changed my name officially for exactly babcock on all the platforms to zach babcock. And so you don't have to know. Yeah and do you. Did you find now. i've seen it. Could you shared some of the the pictures of you in a suit and having met you afterwards already in gotten to know you the current real. You I was like okay. What what's that about. And obviously you're sharing the you know the jets to position so to speak. But do you feel that when you were able to shed all that shit and just be zach. That things else came easier but flowed better for you bro. Tracy when i started in i'm gonna share. What helped me break through that. It's a little bit long winded. Is it okay. If i shine gulford. Man this powerful. If you're if you're currently feel like you have imposter syndrome. You're pretending to be something that you're not on social media because you think you have to you don't This is going to be golden for you. So when i was able to unlock that in stop holding back conscious and just say this shit what. I truly believe Do my share. How it did that in just a moment but my brand literally was already the podcast. I was already there. And i was like going but i like that final thing that i had unlocked. And there's more shit that i'm happy unlike assigned goes on. We're always working. None of us are perfect. Were always improving suffered. When.

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"babcock" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"With other entrepreneurs and business owners that you know will get value from it all right as you know as per usual. Dark horse corrals are chock full of personal business and marketing g. o. l. d. spilling from every corner of the dark horse entrepreneur. Hq so let's get to the starting gates and go art my dark darkhorse friends and family. I had been waiting for a couple of months to do this interview. Today's guest is my man. Zachary babcock now zach zach runs the underdog empowerment now. This is a resource designed for those alfa entrepreneurs like so many of you out there to help them win by building a celebrity brand and an explosive business. Now zack has gone from doing it for five years in prison to building this six-figure business. He's learned a few things about branding in passive income along the way but more importantly zach is a true darkhorse entrepreneur. That underdog knows what it's like to beat the odds zach. Welcome to the dark arts on. Won't substrates don't know if i could follow up bed. Insure your at this. Yeah i've done it a couple of times right. I i literally like. I said i try not to fan boy too much here right to know. You mean by jam for a few months now just to chattan and me learner at some things from you but i want to step back from the mic and let you tell your story of the good. The bad the ugly That got you to where you are today. And why the hell you do what you do. So much ilian absolutely do not give the the cliff notes version. In when you know if you want to go deeper we can't bite you. Do you ever have a guess. Where yes mma question in they start talking like twenty minutes and you're like yeah you're taking notes. Okay well i wanna ask more there but let me get to that right. You gotta by the time..

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"It was all on me. I made a mistake my fault and then he goes on to say after the meeting with tyler bosak and bosak was the one who was shown mourners answers in this meeting and some other players too but he said after the meeting with bosak went right into the dressing room. I grabbed mitch and said mitch. This is what i did. I screwed you here now. In saying that though what i should have done in hindsight i should have stopped everybody and said this is what i did. I screw them now. He didn't wanna make a big deal out of it. That's mitch minor. But i could have made a lesser deal out of it. So that's breaking his silence about the firing but it didn't really sound particularly apologetic to me really. Yeah what's really interesting about that. He's going. I shouldn't have just gone to the one guy. I should have gone to all the other guys and said i made a mistake right. What he doesn't say there steiger's let's back that up a bit. Babs was what. I what i would have liked to hear. I should never done that to mitch. Martyr. may i mean maybe he's talking about after the fact but it's kind of you know i still would have done it but i guess i'll apologize to everyone. I don't trust the guidon trust to trust them. Yeah here's what he said on the friends in front sounds like he's challenging friends in said. Can you imagine having someone say that about you when you have been involved in mental health as much as i have now i've reached out to friends. Even that's not going to make anything go away. And also he said no. I sure wish. I Soaring france and said these verbal attacks happened hundreds of times with a number of players beyond just himself and babcock intends quote. Not sure wish. I would have known that about that then and i could have done something about that besides apologize. There's not much. I can do about that now. But does it stain. Does it hurt absolutely right. You know a guy like chellios man. Okay he's the first guy to give guy break okay For you know for him to come come forward.

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"So he's got this you know he's got the the great great history here of how good he is and a friend of mine and i've heard it before but a friend of mine reminded me of this. Is he said you know when you when you get to the pinnacle you get to the top. Do not give them an excuse. Okay to get ready. Okay right and i think that's what babcock did. When he went through that whole fiasco with was it martyr that he called in is that the guy said gimme all the names of the guys weren't pulling their own weight on the team and then went told all those guys that this is what martin said like like you said the big abuse of power right big abuse of power totally and so He gets let go from the leaves. And if i'm if i'm you know other gm's around the league Now you've given them excuse you know where you've got. You know you got the the great track record. But you're you're you're a bit of a cycle right. And i you know it doesn't surprise me that He's saying well he's kind of talking like people are lining up to hire them and he's deciding what he wants to do. And i.

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"In jets game. Two of the three game set forth game of the season for ottawa sends won their opener. The now dropped two in a row including the ot loss to winnipeg blowing a three one lead to nothing lead in that game. Lines are going to stay pretty much. The same tim stood sla. Still won't play and The call him jimmy. What do you think of that. Jimmy that tim stood still is being called jimmy by his teammates already. He's got a a nickname. And i tried to make heads or tails of it brady could chuck was on a podcast explaining it. Chuck is rooming withstood. Slow along with josh. Norris and drake battisson and i guess when he first arrived there is playing with him. Kinda came in with all this hype rate world. Junior star third overall draft pick and there was so much media hype about him. The kid himselves pretty understated. And he comes in and just to give them the gears. I guess he introduced himself. A my name is tim and they pretended to not understand him on though is even though it's an east german but english is excellent and so they say what did you say jimmy and No tim okay jimmy. And then i guess it stock and the coaches of now picked it up and now his nickname is jimmy stew. That's stupid that makes no sense at all. That's funny that's funny. I second okay doesn't doesn't do it for me. Let's go name stick for the for lesser reasons than that eight. What's the status. what is i heard. He was skating though like he's he's he's practicing shooting some pucks and stuff and i don't think he's practicing at the moment. No okay. i thought. I read that this morning. So they do say keeps saying. It's a minor injury and i don't think it's a bad thing you know the guy He came here to the world. Juniors came here and quarantined. He had five days of training camp and then whammo into the nhl regular season game. So he's you know he's eighteen or nineteen now and Played the two games and then got hurt. Doesn't it's not necessarily a bad thing for a kid to sorta get your feet wet. Baptism by fire. And then take a step back watch things from the stands and see what the nhl game looks like from up there so while he may be dinged up. I have no doubt that he is Lose any hurry to get him back in the lineup. Either per se so there can be education to be had for kid watching from the press box. I think i read a lot of postal Over the last twenty four hours of people loving that team after they're after their lost that overtime loss. They're fun to watch a lot of support for the coach from credible a hockey people saying these. He's good he knows what he's doing and many many people in this team's going to be fun to watch you know Positively by the way you know not fun to watch too. You can go down so anyway. Another dominated that jets game They ended up blowing a three one. Lead jets pulled the goalie and then scored the equaliser on a lucky bounce. That went off brain cobra in the sense defenseman and then Yeah is sort of one of those sins of youth were drake by thurston. Join in a four check in the three on three and makes for an easy jets breakout of a two on one and they score on it..

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"And by the way don't forget. We also produce other podcasts. Well like the sins nation. Podcast the suspended with former montreal. Canadian toronto maple. Leaf rusk ordinal inside curling with kevin martin former olympic gold medal winner. If you'd like to start a podcast whether it's for fun or to help build your business brand get in touch with us. Steve w project dot com okay so as we mentioned that a couple of episodes ago. Mike babcock is Employed again he's Working for nbc part of the on air talent and they decided nbc did do a conference call with reporters and Nbc sports executive producer. Sam flood i pay tribute to doc emrick. The legendary hockey broadcaster called his final game last october. After forty seven years noted that emerald will still be a part of the networks opening night tripleheader and so it was all kinds of standard promotional stuff and then the media started asking about the hiring of mike babcock Of course you know. He said a that's call it He said some criticism that's part of why he lost his job in toronto. Because of this psychological warfare had gone on there the whole minor thing asking mitch monitor as a rookie to come up with. Hey which leaves do you. Thinker the hardest working which one's the laziest mitch martyr as a kid gladly provided a list thing. It was in confidence. And then mike babcock reads it to the entire team. Mortifying the kid their tails in detroit coming from. Chris chelios just awful stuff about the toxic head games. At babcock had going in motown you'll hand friends in for example cities former redwing boss while being extremely accurate and prepared was also quote a terrible person. The worst person. I've ever met while. Yeah well crazy right anyway so. Nbc is having this news conference about babcock's hiring and other things at nbc hockey And flood told reporters that babcock had reached out to him and anyway they decided It happened a year ago. The first time he reached out to him and they decided because cova they'd they'd wait ear and so here we are. We're at this point. Great addition. we're excited these fascinating guy blah blah blah and the media got in and for example on espn reporters asked after babcock was fired by the leafs. There accusations of abuse from some of the players psychological abuse is reputation. Took a hit because of it. He hasn't really addressed these issues publicly. Is this something you've discussed before hiring him. And is this something you might have discussed on the air and the nbc executive said we've had a full process of conversations as we do with anyone we bring in onto the team in the line goes silent and then it happened again. The athletic asked a question. basically and concerns about the allegations flood says we looked at everything. And other eight seconds of silence and so obviously. Nbc is trying to ignore this ugly past. I don't know what do you think what will happen here. After all you've told us about and all the news that broke about babcock from a few days ago.

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"You know they threw glass bottles at is all sorts of stuff so that those are those are rivalries right now and we'll wait and see steve will wait and see what happens to create it. So they're they're just not they're not there anymore and if the ones that have been as you point out they had the potential and then you say you look at the schedule and go. But they don't play each other again for another and twenty games or another month or something. So yeah fighting. Steve fighting okay goons. They used to be in there fighting dirty play. That creates a rivalry and both teams in good all right and and other other than that. Okay i don't think you're gonna get too many rivalries anymore. We'll we'll see My prediction is with nine to ten games against six opponents. And that's your entire season not not to mention every game playoff implications until somebody you know runs away with it at the top of the standings or falls out of it at the bottom An short season. It's going to be a sprint not a marathon. All that will play into the dislike. The teams have for each other individual players square off against other squirrelly guys and Yeah i i can't say this enough stay with a fifty six games sprinkle in for the other twenty six games these other clubs that come in. You're not going to be able to see everybody every year but you'll see most of them twenty six games That's the way. I would move forward. If i'm gary bettman or bill daley. I think they make a mistake when when they moved back to the status quo. This is going to be a great season. And i'm looking forward to it and it all got into way last night. We'll take a timeout on the program. When we come back an interesting twist to the mike. Babcock hiring by nbc. We'll get to that. After these words everyone knows that to get the best price on home and auto insurance. You have to shop around but who really wants to do that with access to all kinds of insurance markets.

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"A sudden you had kassian and ca- chuck running each over a bunch of times and i remember when that went down. You know they were you know there was obviously a real burn their sides and you think to yourself when that game ended. You're going okay. One of those two teams meet again. It's gonna be oh they don't meet for another month right to me. It's about making games matter because it is an eighty two game season and you gotta give me a reason to watch. Like i'm i'm probably gonna watch my own team. I'm gonna watch with great interest now. Because i'll have as much familiarity with the team. That's playing my team the sends. I'll have as much familiarity with the opponent and that's going to make things far far more interesting. I don't know why the nhl wouldn't want that not saying it's a perfect system. Sure i mean you decided to expand the way you did and your you're up At thirty one team soon to be thirty two with seattle next season. That's what you've chosen to do. Fine but i mean if you make it a hundred games hundred teams at some point you keep expanding at some point. You're going to have to try a narrow this down a little bit. You've got to make games matter. And i think that's the best way to do it. Familiarity establishing rivalry they. It was like listening to bill daily. In that quote sake you had. That's this is going to be great. This is going to be great. This part's going to be great. Having said that we're not doing it. What come on. So here's my here's my thing in the rivalry stevie and you can't you can't ma- you can't announce a rivalry okay. You can't say okay. This will be great this ravi. Here's why rivalry work steve and date. And here's why don't work anymore. Okay you bring up the the oiler calgary rivalry there's a bunch of factors there. That work well. Gretzky was playing on the other so everyone loved to go to those games wherever he came. You had the other thing steve that the reason rivalries were so big back in the day is because fighting was alive and well. Okay you could you. Could you know they. They had great great rivalry. The oilers thing you don't for for three reasons okay. Woman's gretz okay. One was fighting. Okay and the other one was steve. They were really good. Both teams were really good. Okay so you don't have it. You don't have much of that you can't you can't you can't say this will be a rivalry kind of built right and there's not a lot of them anymore. Steve because there's no fighting and there's none of those games where you're going. Oh tune in tonight Dave brown with the taken. Stu grimsson okay. It wasn't it wasn't Wayne gretzky has taken on. You know lanny mcdonald or whoever you know. He's but you know what i mean. Whoever the good guys were so they don't. They're not as big as as they used to. But i would argue that. I would argue that. The physical play will return. You're taking on a team. You only have six opponents in the north..

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"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"babcock" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Ontario jim ford and popeye supplements james. How're things today. you're fired. What did i do. Your part they fired mike. Milbury they gassed here in the midnight. Hour to hire. Mike babcock sent me a headline there. Yeah well mike milbury has been suspended for for quite a while and they just We just find out now with the announcement that mike babcock. The formerly head coach is going to be an analyst for nbc. They quietly announced that. Mike built my mike. Milbury will not be back. Wonder about like. I get the idea of putting names in there. But it's a tough gig you know. It's a tough gig to do. Color commentary and i always thought when i saw new guys doing it. They need a lot of practice you know. Tsn needs to roll them through their like nothing member. I go back to like. I remember craig. Mctavish was doing it for a while. He was pretty good but it took. It took a while for the guys to sort of find their fa find their pace. Did it to like john. Tortorella and paul maurice anyway. I hope he's okay. I i used to think. I don't care who's doing. I don't care what was doing until you see. Someone is not very good. And you're gonna get rid of this guy. It's no good. It's no good well. So what's what's really strange in the big sport of you know the big business of sports that that would be the gig for the guy and not not a coaching gig somewhere. I bet he's been offered a bunch of assistant gigs and probably said no. I'm guessing he wouldn't wouldn't take that no not not while he's still making nhl head. Coaching money's just sort of riding that for a little bit and that's that's generally what happens. They'll discontinue to make their nhl head. Coaching dough do something to stay relevant. Stay in the game. And then when the contract expires. They suddenly disappear from broadcasting. Someone hires them. Anyway i'll tune in for sure. I'll be curious to see how he does. It's it's a bit odd though the the nba nbc guys. Go ahead and just. They're cool. With what mike babcock..

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Which Gets You Farther: Talent or Effort?

No Stupid Questions

05:13 min | 2 years ago

Which Gets You Farther: Talent or Effort?

"In college was not enough of foundation. The what does that even mean to map. Newtonian physics onto your concept of achievement. Okay so i took the simplest of newton's ideas remember in high school when you learned that distance equals rate times time. Sure and then you had to solve just a countless number of problems like a car is going seventy five miles an hour. It's traveling for and the idea was always like you get two of these and then you have to figure out the third one. So if you know the distance and the rate you have to figure out the time cetera but just taking that simple idea that distance he goes rate times time. I was like you know. Metaphorically human achievement is like distance when you say that. Somebody's really accomplish. They've achieved a lot. We really do. They've moved from point. A. to point b. and b. is really far from point a. And so then. I thought okay if achievement is like distance rate is kind of skill. Let's take freakonomics. For example you have a skill and then you have to apply that skill. So that's the time. So if i multiply your skill as a freakonomics producer times the amount of energy you put into it. I will get how much you accomplish. So skill is standing for rate and application of skill is standing for time. Is that right. That's right so if you want to achieve skill and you got to spend a lotta time doing it so that was the first like oh. This is kind of newtonian. So let's go back to your high school. You know cars travelling sixty five miles an hour. It's going for two hours. How far does again remember that. A car can go faster or slower. So it's not like the car is always going sixty five. In fact i say that the skill that you have is not fixed that you acquire skill that your speed as it were your rate actually can change over your life were generally it changes in the positraction right. You get more skilled. But then you're suggesting there's a whole other dimension which is how you apply that skill to your route to produce the greatest distance or achievement. Yes yes so imagine. Stephen is a car. okay you can make all the sound effects that you want. Wasn't there a disney movie where it's all cars. But they're like anthropomorphized. They talk to each other thing. It's called cars. it's the called cars. Well there is a genus name. Okay so basically. You are car stephen and you're not a car that has always been travelling at the same speed. Your skill in what you do is higher than it used to be. We start off in your little slower but then you learn some things and you've got faster. Okay i don't like your car metaphor. i'm sorry. I like you like this idea law. I am having a hard time imagining myself as the car. It's a bridge too far as it were honestly. I'm still trying to get the feeling of my wheels. It feels weird to be on wheels and the other thing is when i think about a car as the skill or the rate i think of a car is something that is getting slower and deteriorating from the minute you drive it off the law. Oh that is true. It depreciates fifty percent when you drive it off a lot. Yes i want to think about a different kind of activity. So let's make it a pursue some kind of achievement or goal or vocation. Whatever that i or some other person is serious about okay. Let's consider that you are an aspiring scientists. So i you're in high school and you certainly can't make any independent scientific contributions because you're still in high school and you hardly know anything then you get to and your knowledge is probably more complex and deep then by the time you get to graduate. School probably are on the frontiers of knowledge in your discipline. And you know how to run experiments in you know how to analyze data so you have accumulated skill as a scientist and my point. Is that if you have reached a certain level of skill where you really have a at contributing something you have to apply that skill. It's a trivial insight. But if you for example. Go to your post doc and then your third year of your post doc you retire. I mean actually can think of a few people that they reach a certain high level skill and they actually stopped producing or they effectively retire. That actually has happened a lot. Not just in science but really in every domain okay. Let's take my favorite gritty person. Will smith one of the reasons why i admire. Him is not just that he has reached a certain skill level in his acting and his general creative pursuits but every year that passes does more stuff and my point with this equation is that if achievement is like distance travel. It's not just that you want to be somebody who is skilled. But you actually have to apply that. And if you're like a wall smith and every year you're still grows but every year you're actually producing more stuff that's great. This reminds me of you know that famous old paper. It was taxi driver. Researched failure and kammerer and babcock and lowenstein remember that paper. This was about earnings and basically these economists found that when taxi drivers were having a particularly good day for whatever reason yeah. It was like raining and everybody wanted a taxi. Exactly that usually what they would do is once. They hit their target income. They would stop for the day. Yeah they satisfy. They satisfy rather than maximise whereas the economist argued. No if you're making a great rate

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Belarus president's supporters rally in protest-hit capital

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Belarus president's supporters rally in protest-hit capital

"After weeks of demonstrations against the re election a better resume president Alexander Lukashenko thousands of supporters of the incumbent have gathered in central Minsk to show their support as they can thank his supporters waited for his appearance at the ready many chanted the Christian case nickname Babcock or father the president he spoke to the money that would be rejected any possibility of holding a reminder thanks as anti government protests in the election was a sham and it leads results we believe today too meanwhile allows cross street towards the site of an opposition ninety about a mile and a half away the ninth straight day of anti government running about seven thousand people were arrested over several days of protests which could be she tried to put down the club's probabilism flash grenades many detainees were later released complaining of brutality from police while in custody and shoving extensive breezes I'm Karen Thomas

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Dellen Millard and the Murder of Laura Babcock

Sword and Scale

09:25 min | 2 years ago

Dellen Millard and the Murder of Laura Babcock

"Was a kid that was shunned and pooh-poohed over at the country club at a lot of people in that world new Delon as the rich kid who throws parties for burn outs and high schoolers. Rumor has it that Delon takes things to another level when he brings out a black and yellow toolbox filled with party drugs whole basement set up for youngsters for parties. Tried to make it look club in what takes place. They solders xbox Diet. Tv's and stuff like that so joan. There ain't drugs or some folks down there to grow it from. The police ever attended there for these couple years. We had one get out of control. We had to call the police to GET PEOPLE. People usually usually. It's twenty anyways that night. It was more or something was something posted on. Facebook just one. That's the new airplane hangar in Waterloo. Well sometimes a source of tension between father and son slash president and vice president of Malardier was generally a pretty sweet deal for Delon until any contracts were finalized. It was essentially a place for Dell in the store. His hot rods jeeps and jet skis. It also gave access to mechanics and engineers who would gladly tinker away at whatever projects Dylan through their way. All you had to do was keep the place clean and organized. But he couldn't care less about that. More toys were stored at the sprawling. Millar to state. Police I arrived the night of Wayne. Millar it's death. They noticed none of the fifteen vehicles parked on the property were missing. Most of the mansion gave the impression of a messy. Frat House adorned with airplane memorabilia. Save for Wayne's master bedroom sadly smelling of multiple cats and unchanged litter boxes but in the interrogation room when the conversation turns toward Wayne's physical and mental well-being being in the months leading up to his death delon casually hints at what life had been like since he moved back in with his father over a year ago. Yet depression him. He carried some pretty sadness within throughout life. I never really never really wanted to share it with me. The death of Wayne Millar is eventually ruled a suicide albeit a strange one as the coroner suggests he's never seen someone kill themselves with a shot through the eye as the interview with Dell includes. It's clear they've taken. Everything is told them as absolute truth but for grieving son gives the impression of a tired traveller being mildly inconvenienced by the TSA. Of course looking back on it now knowing the full story at all makes sense because Dell and Millar is a master manipulator the new CEO of Millar who will quickly closed the book on his family's legacy and throw it into the fireplace one year later it's February twenty eleven and twenty six year. Old Sean Learner is throwing a surprise party for his then girlfriend. Laura Babcock also in attendance Dylan Millard. An ex boyfriend of Laura's that Sean does not personally know as the party ends several people including Sean and his girlfriend. Laura go back to Delon's apartment. After limited conversation. Sean describes his impression of Delon as sketchy at a certain point. Sean Witnesses Delon giving Laura a pill unprovoked as a birthday present ecstasy he assumes which makes him a bit uncomfortable. Laura Babcock who has felt lost in life since graduating with degrees in English and drama at the University of Toronto has begun seeking treatment for mental health issues that have taken over her life undiagnosed and with increasingly more erotic behavior. Laura is asked to leave her family home after an incident where she threatens her mother with the wooden spoon sometime during the next year. Sean and Laura break up although Sean still loves and cares for he watches from the sidelines as Laura moves in with a new boyfriend eventually ending that relationship and having him arrested for assault as well as the sexual assault of a friend still concerned for his ex-girlfriend's wellbeing and realizing that she's headed towards a downward spiral. John makes arrangements for Lara to stay at a local days. Inn Motel they convene at a nearby food court. Where Sean Learns? She's recently began working at an escort. Service he loans her an Ipad to help her find a safer more permanent living situation. It is the last time they will ever meet in this same period of spring. Twenty Twelve Dylan Mallard is secretly juggling relationships with at least three women including his ex fiancee and the eighteen year old. He was cheating on her with Christina. New Christina Nude Ga is friends with Laura Babcock. Well I guess the more accurate term is frenemies as much as it pains me to use that word. Both of them have slept with Dylan at one time or another and Lars Birthday Christina decides to text her something along the lines of happy birthday. It was a year ago that I I slept with Delon to which Laura replies. That's fine I slept with him a couple of weeks ago to which an upset Cristina remind. You is the one who started. This mean girls exchange in the first place texts back. Did you miss your medication? Today you're a crazy psycho bitch trying to get my boyfriend. You had him and he lost him give it up Christina. New is a delight a role in all this is far from over but it begins in April of twenty twelve following the birthday text. Meltdown now. A flustered Christina texts her permit skuas Boyfriend Delon whose bruised ego once again for every turn of kindness you showed her. She took it and threw it in my face making me discouraged. Fuck she's like a virus like herpes always there but only shows up once in a while with a whole lot of annoying lesions. There's a difference herpes. You can't really get rid of. It just feeds off you until you die. I. I'm going to hurt her then I'll make her leave fancy myself something of an undercover doctor. I think with the right treatment. These herpes can be gotten rid of well. Dr Millard. How do you propose to remove the infectious disease? I think we're being harmed in irritated by toxins released by a parasite removal of the parasite should alleviate the irritation. I will remove her from our lives. Delon reaches out to a friend of a friend and purchase a wooden handled Smith and Wesson Handgun and on July third twenty thirteen. The day of removal has arrived. Want to just do. This is the last footage of Laura Babcock taken by a friend. Who Finds Laura's private joke of meowing and public amusing and wants her to see? Just how silly she looks. She's been telling him about an upcoming trip to Las Vegas. And when he drops her off at a bus station. July second he feels like she is excited for life while. Nobody's there to see it. The signal that Laura Cell Phone Sends Ping's off nearby towers explains what happens next the following evening July third. The map suggests that Laura is very. Near to Dylan's location. The information won't be revealed for many years data records then trace Laura and Delon's phones as they travel to Delon's home. The two phones move together the next day as well until suddenly LAURA'S PHONE STOPS RECEIVING MESSAGES.

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Becoming a Small Business Owner by Accident

The Small Business Radio Show

09:26 min | 2 years ago

Becoming a Small Business Owner by Accident

"You know I never wanted to be a small business owner when I first started out in the early early eighties. I want to be President of IBM but for me. I then got tired of my boss. There who promoted incompetent people over myself so I struck on my own. My next guest is also an accent. Entrepreneur Markets Babcock. Start out as a personal trainer at a big box gym when he was twenty which eventually led to strike on his own. Her Name Mobile Mobile Studio and eventually formed a partnership with fellow personal trainer but at time he was twenty four. Marcus welcome to the show. Great to be here today. It's good I fine for most small business owners. If we knew actually what we're in for we probably never would have struck out on our own because it's just way too crazy absolutely it's kind of the debris mindset in the beginning like. I could be my own boss and comes second. So so why is that? Isn't that because we read all the things about these great incredible success stories? And we think we'RE GOING TO BE THE NEXT. Michael Dell Bill Gates. Yeah exactly I think in some peoples cases like myself. It's it's forced onto them so I actually ended up getting laid off at the big box gym and Had become a small business owner but then just the dream of. Hey now my future is really in my control. And I'm very confident myself and I'm GonNa make the same big of course that's the dream like. Okay now I work for myself. I can work anytime I want to with anybody that I want to. It's going to be fantastic. I control over my own life but it doesn't quite turn out that way does it. Yeah no not not quite You find yourself working more hours Less less pay more expenses. And you're not like really doing the fun stuff anymore. You're not doing the stuff that you were doing beforehand. Which my case was actually doing the training with with the people who is more about the marketing bringing New People on organizing all of that. And I think that's the most difficult part of having your own business because most of us get started to solve a problem. Help a customer but we don't realize there's all this other stuff right around running a business as you said marketing keeping track of. Who's paid who hasn't paid setting appointments all the things that kind of get in the way of actually doing the work yeah. It was very humbling. I was like Oh yeah I can. I can definitely track money on my own I can. I can organize my calendar on my own. I can keep track of all my clients Piece of paper or my head and then it actually start scaling and I'm going. Whoa spending twelve hours a day trying to manage the business. And then you know it felt like another twelve hours doing the actual training and that's a that's a real big issue. You said when you scale tell us about your journey and how it all worked out so when I was in the big box gym I had like a or nine clients which was a good load for me I was also doing a full time college at the time too and then a little thing called college right. Exactly just mixed in there Anyone I struck out on my own I actually took a year off college and decided to Kinda grow. That business I I was like I'M GONNA go out mobile. I'm going to eventually grow to the point where I'm going to hire on people that was my idea scaling and what I never realized is hiring. Somebody on is pretty expensive and be. It's not as clean of a scale as some people may think it's not like you just grow until you hire somebody. Then they grow and they and you hire somebody else it's It's more about juggling everything. And so won't how'd you try to start to juggle things? What was your first attempt at doing that? Yeah so the Good Ole Excel spreadsheet I started getting people's names in all of a sudden. I'm like hey I can't remember who this person is or win this Appointment was And I should remind them so. I opened up Microsoft and started making an excel spreadsheet of. Everybody's names. How much they paid me Win Their next appointments were do. How many Sessions they had left and when I should remind them. This is interesting Marcus because that is really where everyone starch. Obviously people you start on paper right but now more of the same modern or computer savvy. People they opened up next cell spreadsheet and excels good for a lot of things but fairly soon it does have its limitations. Doesn't it yeah? I mean I got really good at excel macro 's and conditioning conditional formatting and stuff but it it has limitations. It can't be organized as effectively. There's not really a whole lot of automation unless you really start getting in there and start coding off visual basic Visual basic my my. There's another thing I want to do. I run my business. Let's learn visual basic. Yeah Yeah just add on another thing while I'm going to college and learning and actually running a business Yeah and then you spend time developing some sort of high like hybrid app out of an Excel spreadsheet. Yeah it's interesting. You say. The HYBRID APP. I find out that people. Then go from the Excel spreadsheet. They go towards an APP for this APP for that right. So the gopher an act for collecting their money then they'll go for an APP for Scheduling. And they'll go for an APP for something else and that's okay for a while but pretty soon you have all these different APPS and none of them talk to each other and it becomes. Its own kind of mass. Doesn't it yeah exactly? It's almost hoarding or collecting the best of the best. I'm an APP quarter. Yeah exactly you go hey this scheduling tools awesome when you get this and then go. This payment tool is going to do everything for me. I'm going to get this and that. Oh my gosh. That's marketing tools. Amazing I'm going to get this and then pretty soon you're spending more time. It's not as much time moving information from your scheduling tools to manually put it into a crm system or your payment tool or a marketing tool. And you're kind of back to square one but you're paying more money because think about what you really want to do. I mean your case when you're providing a service to various people is you want to see a customer holistically right. You want to know how often they come see you. How how much they paid you. Next time they're coming. You WANNA be able to market to them based on all that information and you can't keep porting information from one thing the other in fact sometimes it's hard to get data in and out. Yeah exactly sometimes. It doesn't think over right away. I mean in my case with the personal training. I wanted to have basically the folder that I would keep on paper of virtual right so I could open up. Somebody's cards see. What my notes. Where last time. I talked to them what they paid if they actually. Oh Me 'cause I don't WANNA give them free sections on accident and then I want a very personalized email. I can send out to them without spending the time to actually write one out for every single person. So what all in one solution mark did you turn to to actually solve this problem? That is so common for small business owners. I mean back in the day because this was quite a few years ago now I turn to mind body and that was heavy. I think I was looking for something. A little bit is used by a lot of like Yoga. Gyms and I know that our karate school but it's it's really a big application it is. Yeah very big application and. I think it's great for bigger. Gyms wasn't for me so I try that out moved onto something else And then eventually ended up partnering with a bunch of trainers and Yeah started just kind of using best of breed apps like we said collecting a minority in them and kind of going back. If I can tell myself advice now it'd be looking more something like the APP so we have now like defeat us so tell us about Vida and what it does for for small businesses. So that's going to be really that into and business management part where a lead can comment through the funnel and scheduling or the contacts tool. That's on like website on your social media on landing page and they're gonNA fill out information that you're going to capture and so the crm automatically so the system automatically tell you have a new appointment remind you and the client and then their information gets put into that CRM system that contact management tool. There you keep any sort of private notes on You can share and receive documents through there. You can charge. You can take payments and manages the whole life cycle of the Klein on that end and then it kicks their information out to the marketing tool. Well so you can trigger out automated messages out to these people and The manual announcements. And it's pretty personalized without really doing much work. It's interesting because I think a lot of people. A lot of small business owners see finding the customer right providing the service of the customer and then trying to stay in touch with that customer service again they see as really separate functions in their organization but the successful small business owners they will attract it as you said always from identification that prospect through customer to repeat customer that's so critical because we all know markets. It's so much easier to get another sale from a current customer and then find a new one. Yeah and it's a lot less expensive to market towards an existing customer than a new one right if you're leading. All of those current clients fall through the cracks. You're literally throwing away money

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How does hockey reckon with an abusive power structure?

The Big Story

10:59 min | 3 years ago

How does hockey reckon with an abusive power structure?

"By the time you finish listening to this podcast. It's likely there will be more stories out there about abusive hockey coaches right now as we are recording this and as you're listening to it. The sport is facing a reckoning. It began with the toppling of one of the biggest domino's in the game. Mike Babcock out as coach of the Toronto Maple leafs tonight. Every mounting losses position became more and more tenuous and tonight his reign lean over. leafs nation is over. Mike Babcock was fired by the Toronto. Maple leafs for the same reason. Tons of hockey coaches have been fired before him. His team was underachieving. He might have been a bigger name than those other coaches but still not unusual then. The story started during the two thousand sixteen seventeen season. Mitch Moore had a private meeting with Mike Babcock and the coach asked then rookie to list the players on the team from Best Work Catholic to worst martyr complied not realizing that that talk within show his list to some of the players ranked the lowest and not long after that it became clear. The stories weren't just about Mike Babcock. Major allegations made against Calgary flames head coach. Bill Peters a former. NHL Her Chemo Lou. who spend spend some time with the flames in the early part of this decade calling for his alleged use of racial slurs while they were both part of the Chicago Blackhawks Organization now players ears are saying publicly things that used to be kept behind closed doors at all cost and the NHL in almost every league below it is realizing that it has a problem problem or more accurately that it has had a problem for quite some time? Now the question is what happens next. What did they do about it? What changes changes in the leafs? They've been playing a lot better since they fired the guy who humiliated one of their best players who thought I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Jeff Blair is a senior writer at sports net dot CA. He is the CO host of writer's block on Sports Net. Five ninety fan every day. He has covered a lot of dressing rooms ends and locker rooms throughout his career. Hey Jeff how you doing short. I'm doing well you've You've covered a lot of dressing rooms and locker rooms over the years I was. I was thinking about this the other day when the stuff happened with the Chemo. Lou and Bill Peters out of thinking to myself. I ever seen a locker room. I thought something nothing really poisonous and happen. And I think because unbalanced I spent more time around baseball clubhouses than anything else and initially when I started reporting Winnipeg CFL locker rooms is kind of a little different than hockey. I mean baseball. There have been African American players. There've there've been Latino players in baseball has its issues but it's nothing to go on a clubhouse now and see that the white players are in the minority I mean that's just the way it is and the NFL. When I covered it's the same thing and I don't remember any relationship with a manager or coach or a team I thought was particularly toxic? I mean they're examples of tone deafness. But what I think happens more often than not in a lot of these situations is just the manager coach. Whatever you WANNA call it becomes tone-deaf two things? Well why don't you start then by explaining how we got here where it started with Mike. Babcock in the leafs. Yeah there's a couple of things first of all. I'm a little concerned that people are sort word of mixing. Mike Babcock not you but people in general people were kind of going all Mike Babcock and then Bill Peters. Because here's the thing Mike Babcock seems to have tried cried some Caveman Sports Psychology on Mitch. Martyr So tell us about that. Mitch Monitor the first year. The story is now now that everybody's confirmed Mike. Babcock wanted him to work harder. So Mike Babcock called them into his office and said list your teammates in terms of hardest working to least hardworking. And tell me where you'd put Yourself Yourself Mitch. Marna with coach wants to do this so he goes ahead and does that and Somehow and I I don't know when it came out but somehow Mike Babcock doc essentially went to some of the guys that were below martyring. Say Mitch thanks. She works harder than you. You know this guy's dog in it right now and he thinks that works harder than you and the best line out of the Whole Story and God love Mitch. Martin but the best line of the whole story's Mitch Marnie just kind of shrugging and going nobody took it seriously right. You know it's like that's just that's just babs so I mean their stories. You know you can go. God stories about would coaches used to do for motivating players or trying to catch players airs. I Never Scotty Bowman Scotty. Bowman got tired of his team's missing curfew. So Scotty Bowman would go down. And I can't remember which city this went down to the front desk of the hotel and I think curfew was midnight. Went Down to the front desk of the Hotel at eleven thirty gave a stick to the dorm and said do me a favor when the guys come in get them to sign the stick and we'll we're going to auction off to charity so the next day Scott he goes into the locker eight. These are all the guys that showed up after midnight. Their names are on the stick so I mean stuff like that is you know. That's all part of an old school. Coaching you mentality. Whatever you think of it? Yeah it's and I mean at the heart of the the coach player relationship and this and this is why we'll talk specifically about. Bill Peterson Chemo. Lucas IT'S A. It's a point I think people are missing. I mean at the heart of a coach player relationship. It's a power relationship. I'm the coach. I control the most important part of your career. I control your time I control. How many starts you're gonNA make I control? Will how many at bats you're going to get I control if you're going to be coming in the ninth inning. I control if you're going to start back to back games like Then I control. You're earning power. This is sort of at the route. That's the traditional relations traditional relationship. Is that changing it is in the NHL. I find this fascinating because the four major sports in North America all right now if you look at sort of the players relationship to to power in the game the NBA players leak. It just is players are getting lots of money They make a a lot of money from shoe deals so they're comfortable financially outside of what they're earning contract like Shaquille O'Neal didn't spend any money he made playing basketball. He invested all all he lived off. His shoe deals coaches have no power over anybody in the NBA the NFL's you know you're disposable piece of meat. There's no such thing as guaranteed contract. Baseball's always had a very very strong players association. It's Kinda splintered now and I think we're kind of in an every man for himself air but what's happened in hockey is there has been an an influx of really talented really young players and because of the way the NHL 's collective bargaining agreement is setup. You Essentially Ashley. Now have a bunch of guys who were twenty two twenty three or twenty four making eight million dollars a year under contract for five six or seven years and that's the biggest difference to me. Is that players always used to make more than the coach and this is specifically the NHL players always used to make more than the coach. But they've got more term So if you're Mike Babcock and you've got three years left on your contract you've got Mitch Monitor. He's got six years left. He's making ten and a half million dollars a year. How do you? How do you motivate that? How do you manage them? It would take us. Ice Type. Doesn't matter to him take two minutes ice time away from me. I'm getting ten million dollars a year and by the way I got a job here for years down the road and you say that so hockey ocoee more than any other sport I think is is going through. This and hockey is going to half the data and and and the coaches are going to have to. The players aren't going to have to adapt. The coaches are going to have to debt. And this this gets the Bill Peter Situation and and why I think this is particularly vile you know first of all. I mean there's no statute of limitations and racism so I've heard people will make the case. Well he said this ten years ago three organizations ago he wasn't even with the flames. You have somebody claiming that he. He used the N.. Word that he used a racial epithet. You have that player's teammates backing you up. You have subsequent you have players coming out. Who played for Bill? Peterson Peterson Carolina. Saying hey he physically abused me. You have players coming out and saying yeah not only did he. Physically abused Rod brindamour. Not only did he did. He physically abused guys. But you've got player saying oh by the way we spoke. The Ron Francis who was general manager the team at the time and he didn't do anything wrong. There was something but the Akeem loose. The situation is really. I find it really bothersome. Because what was he supposed to do. You know these guys are playing in the American Hockey League They're not making a lot of money. Bill Peters when he was coaching that team the Rockford ice hawks. He held the future in his hands. so if you're a guy like a chemo Lou and you're trying to establish yourself or you're trying to get your career going going to your general manager and writing out your head. Coaches racist is probably not not a good career. Move and I think more than anything else. What this says is that at that time? Ten years ago that organization Chicago Blackhawks. There wasn't a structure in place. I mean I'm not gonNA say that guys don't yell things at each other in the locker room or on the ice and we we know they do. We know that racial epithets unfortunately are still a part of the sort of the on Ice Onfield Dialogue and sports. I don't think this happens now though like if we were rewinding this Chemo Lou had been Ah. I don't think that happens. 'cause he reports to somebody or he goes on social media then and it's taken care of but it bothers me that people are saying that some people are saying well you know ten years ago and nobody else stood up. It's people have to understand Dan that again. This gets to that that power relationship between the player and the coach. There's no way the player could you know what are you GonNa do. You're going to sacrifice your long term financial future because of this. I mean I'm not. I'm not saying that means. Bill Peters is right but hockey I think more than any other more than any other sport just by the the nature of how players are developed. Kids leave home. Kids go to town cities. They're billeted with people dependent on the structure. They are dependent on on the power structure there absolutely dependent on the power structure. And I think maybe that's what has created this culture around hockey the the NHL is really really trying. I think to find a way and I mean the NHL in general teams coaches are trying to find a way to deal with this the new age the players the the ultimate lesson the lesson from hopefully for this whole thing with Bill Peters is that there has to be every organization has to look at itself often say do we have the structures in

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Mike Babcock Fired, Replaced by Sheldon Keefe as Maple Leafs' New Head Coach

Woody and Company

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Mike Babcock Fired, Replaced by Sheldon Keefe as Maple Leafs' New Head Coach

"Former Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock it not so well the warm home he was relieved of his duties according to Leafs PR and believe Sheldon Keefe has been named the club's new ad to coach so it's not an interim thing it's like they showed Mike Babcock the door his office had been packed yet and shell just steps right into

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On This Day in History: Pearl Street Station Began Generating Electricity

This Day in History Class

04:46 min | 3 years ago

On This Day in History: Pearl Street Station Began Generating Electricity

"I'm eve and welcome to this day in history class a show that uncovers a little bit more about history every day. Today is september fourth twenty nineteen <music>. The day was september fourth eighteen eighty two pearl street station. The first commercial central power plant in the united states started generating electricity building on the work of other inventors. Turn edison created an incandescent lighting system. He had already constructed experimental power installations. He used a dynamo now. No known as a generator to deliver power to each of these small installations but incandescent lighting in homes and endorse was becoming more popular and a substantial source of power was needed in eighteen eighty the same here. He received the patent for his incandescent lamp. Thomas edison established tablet the edison electric illuminating company of new york to build power stations in new york city edison decided to build the first permanent central power power stations for supplying incandescent lighting in new york's financial district in lower manhattan construction of the station began in eighteen eighty one the mechanical and electrical part of the plant was at two fifty seven pearl street since the building was constructed for commercial use. The structure had to be strengthened. Thanks to hold all of the necessary equipment. The flooring was replaced with a floor of girders supported by columns. The building used for storage ridge. Sleeping and offices was at two fifty-five pearl streets. Each building has four floors edison chose this location because it provided a good mix of commercial and residential business and was home to many major newspapers. It was also close to the western union telegraph telegraphy company in city hall the company paid around three hundred thousand dollars to buy the properties and built the station and distribution system constructing the network of wires and conduits that delivered energy to customers was one of the most expensive parts of the project after administrative expenses canvassing and patent license fees the cost came to about five hundred thousand dollars or two hundred and i'm forty horsepower babcock wilcox boilers were in the basement of two fifty seven pearl street fix engine and dynamo assemblies were on the floor above that the dynamos were driven by reciprocating steam engines supplied by coal fired boilers each assembly wait about about thirty tons and was raided for around twelve hundred lance. The third floor housed wooden frame wrapped with copper wire resistances that were used used for manually regulating the dynamo fields. The fourth floor was home to a thousand lamps that were used to test dynamos that needed inspection or repair. The first engine and generator assembly was tested on july fifth eighteen eighty two the station went into service on september fourth pearl street street station used direct current which is an electric current that flows in one direction with alternating current on the other hand. The electric current changes direction periodically. Atakli customers were not charged for current until eighteen eighty three after the system for accurately recording the flow of current proven reliable so the first bill was to antonia brass and copper company for fifty dollars and forty four six the new york times officers were one of edison's since first customers pearl street station did not become profitable until eighteen eighty four other direct current low-voltage central station electric systems were later built around new york city in january of eighteen ninety. A fire destroyed some of the station but it was back up up and running not long after and stayed in operation until eighteen ninety four though edison defended the use of direct current. The rest of the world was gravitating toward alternating current. Either tom pearl street station shutdown. Other power plants have been designed to service larger areas edison sold the buildings and they were later torn down. I'm jeff code in. Hopefully you know a little more about history today you yesterday saturday.

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Chris Sale of Boston Red Sox comes off disabled list to start against Baltimore Orioles

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

Chris Sale of Boston Red Sox comes off disabled list to start against Baltimore Orioles

"Been extended until two fifteen this afternoon for Lynn Peabody and Salem I spoke a short while. Ago with William Babcock from the national weather service we have two areas. That we've been watching the primary threat has been in the area, around Lynn where we've had several showers heavy downpours really moved, in off, the

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DEP Seeks Recruits for 2018-2019 Americorps Watershed Ambassador

Jay Talking

05:14 min | 4 years ago

DEP Seeks Recruits for 2018-2019 Americorps Watershed Ambassador

"Tomorrow and. Good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories we're watching transportation officials are warning commuters both on the road and on the rails to expect big delays around the com- avenue bridge project riders on the mass pike should expect backups in that stretches just two lanes get by in both directions and green line b service will be replaced by. Shuttle buses between Babcock and Blandford streets a TSA domestic surveillance program is drawing, criticism for tracking information on. US citizens not suspected of any crimes the quiet skies program, uses a computer algorithm to spot flyers whose travel and activities match with current threat intelligence and six women who had professional dealings with CBS chief executive les Moonves says say he sexually harassed them during incidents between the. Nineteen eighty s and the late two thousands in other news now the month. Of July winding down and so. Are gas prices oil analyst trilby lumber gasoline. Prices are. Down three cents over the past two weeks to the average. Of two ninety one that's. Actually what could oil did on an equivalent basis and sounds per gallon so they're following crude oil down prices are still over fifty cents higher than they were a year ago and early morning fire yesterday damages a number of rooms at the Cape hedge in Rockport no one was hurt the fire started and was contained to the. Second floor no word on the cause according to a new study Senator Bernie, Sanders Medicare for all plan. Would increase government healthcare spending by more than thirty two trillion, dollars over ten years and would require historic tax increases to pay for it the study by George Mason university's libertarian policy. Institute in Virginia found the Medicare for all plan would deliver significant savings. On administration and drug costs but increased demand for care would drive up spending Sanders calls. A study misleading civil. Rights icon in veteran Georgia congressman John Lewis has been, released from the hospital and. Given a clean Bill of, health he was. Admitted over the weekend no word on exactly what sent him to the hospital in New York thrill seekers got more than they bargained for during a ride on. A legendary rollercoaster For more than. Ninety years thrill seekers had jammed onto the cyclone rollercoaster in Coney Island or the sound of the cars going click. Clack on the wooden, track is almost as iconic as the screams, of the riders but Saturday there is only the sound of silence a power. Failure stopped the ride and left riders stranded in the middle of the track. Employees helped him walk. Down the roller coaster nobody was hurt and the ride. Soon reopened Brian. Clark ABC news New York good news for Disneyland employees in California almost ten thousand we'll be getting a raise at the beginning, of the year and some up to forty percent. Increases the parent company Walt Disney also says it's going to. Pay every employees a minimum fifteen dollars an hour in an effort to commit to care. For its employees employers who are, eager to hire trying a new policy of no experience necessary here's CBS's map piper Americans looking to land a first job face their best odds of success In, years employers say. They are abandoning preferences for college degrees and specific skill sets to speed up hiring and broaden the pool of job. Candidates one staffing agency, says cutting job credential requirements is more common, in cities such as Dallas and Louisville where unemployment is lowest another change and. Number of employers are reportedly making in their hiring processes skipping the drug tests. The MAC daddy of. All burger celebrates a big birthday today you know what we're talking about The Big Mac launched in nineteen sixty eight with unforgettable, TV jingle the recipe. For it has not changed while all around the golden arches changes swirling. The company struggling to, stay relevant, McDonald's actually reducing the number of its outlets across. America hey let's do that again McDonald's Big. Mac, Jim Taylor CBS news Last thing at night Alexa wake me up at six AM tomorrow to, WBZ NewsRadio, on iheartradio Alarm set for six AM tomorrow to WBZ News. Radio ten thirty from I heart radio it's easy to eat all the news traffic and weather you need from Alexa by listening. To WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty on iheartradio WBZ news time five. Fifty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes I would Aaron Chris Culkeen already starting to see those delays, in the mass pike forming as you're making your way to the the overpass in the work the work that's ongoing now. On the mass bike at, the Cobb overpass we've got delays back beyond the Allston. Brighton offramp so keep that in mind early delays. And they're only going to get heavier elsewhere looking at delays up north on route one southbound we've got a crash as you're making. Your way southbound right by route rather one twenty eight southbound at route one twentieth. South route one of minor crash minor delays ruin a..

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