18 Burst results for "Bulbul"

Using Existing Edge Hardware for New AI Capabilities - with Roeland Nusselder

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Using Existing Edge Hardware for New AI Capabilities - with Roeland Nusselder

"So Roland. Glad to have you on the program. I. Know we're going to be talking about a at the edge. I. Think in order to have that conversation based on where your firm is focused we should talk about micro controllers and a tiny am l. This is for for you folks really really big opportunity for ai at the edge he maybe not up what we're talking about today. Yes sure thing very me of course. So tiny mel is machine learning or a I own really cheap low power hardware and then usual micro controllers. Some Mike controllers are very cheap low-power chips and they're literally everywhere are hundreds of billions of my controllers in a roads sets also why they can be cheap. But it's very challenging to deploy machine earning or to run machine learning or microcontrollers and its resulting but maybe it's good if I did a bit of a wide so important to run machine learning microcontrollers. So one way to do this, I mean if he thought, you could think that you can just sense the data back to the cloud depressing Darren very heavy and. Expensive jeep use bid. This is often not a very good idea. First of all, they're bench with limitations. So if you have a camera that's connected to Wifi network and they sent up the whole camera to the clouds, if you have multiple gummer's connected through same wife network that just doesn't work your your wife is down immediately than there are things like latency take. Time to send it to the cloud to person Darah Senate back there reliability issues, diner radiant, and it's done. You still want to make sure that your product works their privacy issues. You don't want to send feed data or audio data through the clouds and dinners energy consumption. That's actually a big issue because sending data to the cloud or even if use WIFI consumes a lot of energy and that's not good. especially not if you have a battery powered device Saddam L. Solstice by running machinery and work by running two workloads on the device itself the very cheap low power chip. But. The thing is it's very difficult to run machine learning on a chip and that's what our companies folks them. Got It. When you say chip in this case, you're you're talking about microcontrollers. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Got It. Got Maybe. So you've walked through a couple of instances an. Familiar. With you know the edge as as sort of an idea and the intersection of of Iot nfl you focus on this space pretty ardently though maybe we can talk about some of the cases where hyping data to the cloud makes sense and some of the cases where a dozen year security he brought up bandwidth. There's a lot of these practical concerns. Can we tie this to you know potential business cases Hey dan here's an example where it completely makes sense we we gotta send this stuff up it might be at the edge, but we got to send it to the club and here's an example where we really should not be doing that Do you have any? We can talk about The main thing here is that you want to have devised a battery powered. That's an important issue because makes much cheaper much easier to install vices. So for example, if you have a small camera in a grocery shop to detect if a shelf is empty or not. You want to make the device battery-powered at getter with smoke, and you can do that if the machine learning workloads is running on a mic controller and it just sense a small signal to the cloud if the shelves empty or if the if the shelf is enough to empty and you always want to tasks on the edge, if that's bull doing reason, why would not want to do it on the edge is if you need so if the Model is so complex that requires a lot of energy to run and requires very expensive. Large ships skull jeep use said, that's why you want to do hoax over example for very complex and opie models of complex NLP tusks you you might want to do it in cloud, but if it is Bulbul, if you game run it locally, you generally want to do that because of bent with. Issues, because of latency issues, because of reliability issues because of privacy issues. So a good example of adults that you want to run locally is, for example, an H. system where on a heating air conditioning system where you have a small camera which idex if there are human in room, and then if there is a human into room, the heating air conditioning system automatically turn on or turn off. You don't want to send it whole feed your feet to the cloud it. It's not great for your free event with of your Wifi network. Another great example where we ecstasy for between is in retail. So you're starting to see devices that are battery powered that have a small camera and that have a small microcontroller controller, and it runs in a little deep learning model to detect if the shelves empty or not car, and if the shelf has empty than the signal to store manager that someone needs to fill up the shelf again. Yeah. Yup or for example, as small camera detects how many people are waiting in acute and at the stores manage store managers do more effectively locate their their stuff thus like debt or you can do gay seduction off shopper and detect. What kind of products show purser January interested in said at the shop nick and do better product placements those kind of thoughts. been if you're running ds on larger chips that are more energy consuming, you have to connect them today Tristan Nets, somehow that makes it much more expensive to install much more painful store owner. So if he can make this battery-powered, you can just clip it on a shelf or you can just Louis this evening for example, would you really like if you can make these device better half these kind of

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"bulbul" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"bulbul" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"S. P. N. app bulbuls got two years in a row in the finals remember those those well they beat every other everything every finals he won had been against a different team in the ninety seven ninety eight jazz jazz boom boom and there yep so you watch game six of the ninety seven finals okay you know when I get everybody long enough I get nervous here well when I say okay mail man and you start giggling I because I don't know what the giggles for is it because our strong this thing along yes you just don't seem like you want to go there well I do want to go there the twenty twenty one big board you're releasing positional rankings on Tuesday let's start with a quarterback I'm gonna predict you got Trevor Lawrence one I'm gonna predict you got Justin fields to we're going after that am I right on that yes then Tanner Morgan Minnesota three Jamie Newman formerly of Wake Forest now Georgia yeah do you want to go he Jamie metaphor trader lance North Dakota state Sam Ehlinger Texas K. J. Costello Mississippi state property I was status you aren't good enough Kyle Trask Florida there's a lot of different options there sorry but I think the right now you know trade lance North Dakota state Jamie Newman Georgia may end up being a foreign five Trey lance North Dakota state everybody obviously we're all going to just assume Carson Wentz because that's the only North Dakota state quarterback that we all know of tell us about Trey lance it we're gonna hear about a lot more whenever we're able to watch football again what we need to know about well at the kids got that obviously he's got the arm talent and the ability to move into the things you need to do it now it's a lower level of competition North Dakota state is a lease program they have athletes a variety of spots that I think could have been playing any major college program one a program nobody would've argues that will obviously a system moving forward yeah this is obviously a huge year coming up we'll see what he does he's got options yeah I don't wanna go too crazy you guys like Tanner Morgan to me is a guy who you're watching dark he gets it I mean you see a drop back he's decisive in his reads he's accurate he's got great receivers to throw to them to get the one in a minute that's really good but he has a quarterback to just you see his eyes you see his anticipation I mean he really is fun to watch Tanner Morgan yeah he doesn't have enormously yeah you know to strong arm he doesn't have either the wow you oversight he doesn't physically he's not the prototypical in terms of the six four two am thirty pounder with the the Jacob Beeson arm but I gotta just plays the game and that's a very artistic the way plays quarterback so there you go but Trevor Lawrence Justin fields Tanner Morgan Jamie Newman that one too from Wake Forest and Georgia hit you've got him at number four in your big border quarterbacks he's not been able to work out at all in this office who knows how much time he ultimately will be able to if he's able to at all why do you like him so much in this office would be a top four quarterback off the board you know talent obviously the the way the the year progresses and what happens in terms of his preparations can impact how good he plays but you see the sights to see the arm to see the running ability to see to see if we could wait for should go back to they are watching him there and projecting what he can do it shorter with Pickens and Blaylock and all the guys there I think we'll see who emerges at running back is it's a mere white the offense of line to lose Wilson who left early I became a first round pick the Titans and obviously injured Thomas early first round pick up but I think yeah we'll see I mean A. R. T. K. J. Costello's left stand for for Mississippi state with Mike leach what's he going to do there is gonna come together for calamine to Texas a and M. Sam Ehlinger is kind of an over achiever at Texas there's some things to like about some of these other quarter Kyle Trask is a big hit who can make some throws that are pretty impressive what he does at Florida but to go over and switch gear sorry to wide receiver we talked about how great the receiver corps was this year out this next year in this next season could be I would say it's gonna rival it but there's a lot of good receivers college football is now supplying it had been a drought there for a while now they seem like with Jamar chase L. issue in the wrist shot Bateman's can I talk about with Tanner Morgan at Minnesota then to to Alabama kid Smith about they Smith and Jaylen waddle then you get into who's gonna be the fifth guys gonna be Justin Ross Clemson is going to be crystallized a Ohio state is it going to be I got like for more interrogation Florida state a lot of options there Marshall Ellis you should be ready to step up yeah you got the the flyer Schwartz at Auburn yeah well yes Sir right at Wake Forest is good Rondale Moore Purdue they help I thought better as a freshman and a sophomore there's a lot of tylan Wallace coming off the injury Oklahoma states a lot of receivers start and then you got the big time running back in Travis ETN off from Clemson and I'll tell you a couple good tight ends Pat fryer with Penn state Kyle Pitts Florida are very good got the lead left tack one penny soul from are going to great garden white Davis your center from Oklahoma creed Humphrey and then the defensive end position like last year not very good boogie Basham Wake Forest the work most productive defensive tackle Marvin Wilson Florida state then we get the outside linebacker Michael Parsons from Penn state Dylan Moses coming off the injury Alabama really good corner Shaun Wade Ohio St Patrick's attend a second Alabama Elijah Molden Washington in a really good safety and Caden sterns from Texas that highlight some of the elite guys in the draft coming up it nobody's gonna get more love nationally than the quarterbacks we all know that how do you compare next year's quarterback class to this well we just well Lawrence is going to go more likely number one coming off to the feelings of guilt wonder like is there a way you see fields going ahead of a well first of all what kind of season do we have secondly the last two times we saw Trevor Lawrence you got hit by Sean waves not playing well against Ohio state they had that game won Shanwei hits Lawrence gets the targeting thrown out of the game media at Lee wakes Lawrence up is running for a touchdown wheels come off alive state they lose the championship game is at what forty eight percent so E. O. borrows the much better quarterback so the last two times we saw Lawrence were really I like the way battle back against Ohio state but field fields has to keep emerging as a passer but it could be if we have a season that will be a battle to see who the number one pick overall is how much do you dive into this like I mean right now I know you've got to do the thing out to that unit you get to back off a little bit though I mean you can't just keep working like this why do this because this is this is going to be up Tuesday I'll be on TV Tuesday the only S. P. N. dot com Tuesday and then I'll go back and try to go back a little deeper dig into the guys that are maybe in that the middle round area then go into the old later round guys so it's an all summer type process story this is the least guys top fives these position top twenty five this is the best of the best or but not Tuesday we'll see a Tuesday on ESPN and ESPN dot com mailman look I'm not gonna lie I'm gonna get you for the next two weeks I'm glad I get to for the next two weeks.

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"bulbul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"bulbul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He was very generous yesterday in particular this that we did a quote phenomenal deal I don't know anybody wrote that but he said that and I appreciated it because it's not about me it's about these people and thousands behind the Mike and the animal and all of the other people that are working with us I mean and you say look I don't understand when when I see polling in approval ratings for the job with this description get a ninety five they really should and we're really helping the governors a lot and the governor's call me the ones I know or the Republicans but the ones I know and they say it's incredible the job you're doing I get let me get a job this group is doing and you sit here I I just I'm watching from from the corner and I'm just saying what his sin credible stuff when you watch the general get a general seminar and and talk about bulbul you don't see that you don't see this when you hear how the ad will speak about the testing how good it is and yet people don't like to say but remember it was all about ventilators a month ago ventilators wrestling then we fixed it you don't hear about Venta where's the Ventolin Jeff you haven't asked about ventilators recently what's going on and what about rental is what we're helping other countries now because they can't have that very hard to come by and they take a long time to make like years it's incredible the job they've done that our people have done and also private companies have done you know you talk about the act do we we don't like to use our list we have to rely on the times just affected you have it get you everything you need so you know we don't want to embarrass any of the companies but we have used it on a number of occasions and it worked but it works just as well before you have to use it because they don't want to be embarrassed and I don't want to embarrass him because they've done a great job please go ahead this is a problem I think I promise I can't I cannot tell a lie the.

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"bulbul" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"bulbul" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Just think it's interesting though transformed the when bulbul there is there a great baseball but a gold United in a sauna data ruined add share a room yeah filia brown's going to what I was told it was Sylvia brown here Sylvia Browne wrote your book shed this book called end of days it in the book she wrote this out it's on page three twelve of Sylvia Browne in today's predictions or prophecies about the end of the world okay and she's not alive to see this prophecy come true but she wrote this in her book she wrote in around twenty twenty a severe pneumonia like illness were spread throughout the globe attacking the longs the bronchial tubes in resisting all known treatments almost more baffling than the illness itself will be the fact that it will suddenly vanish as quickly as it arrived attack again ten years later and then disappear completely so interesting little prediction on page three twelve from two thousand eight in around twenty twenty severe pneumonia like illness will spread throughout the globe attacking the lungs and the bronchial tubes in resisting all known treatments almost more baffling than the illness itself will be the fact that will suddenly vanished as quickly as it arrived attacking again ten is that number ten ten years later and then disappear completely dot com you know it is sometimes used predicting twenty nineteen although skeptics is still point out the covert nineteen is not that we should talk about predicting covered nineteen but skeptics the slopes are saying well covered nineteen is on a new unit and nobody like illness see I don't like Snopes never have like Snopes I don't know why anyone wants them to still be around because I does is there background is shady they're always politically leaning laughter I don't mean that meaning that I I don't like left leaning people but when they have their head so far up there left but they don't know how to be objective I get a little teed off and it goes for people who are too far right to they're they're they're too far up there right south in to figure this out they have to be objective and and slopes doesn't know how to do it so they say well it wasn't code nineteen is not an ammonia like illness knoll but it triggers an ammonia okay so I just A. leaves don't three literal in their interpretation so they can gain a point for fearmongering all it's not going to go away anytime soon and it is not gonna come back in ten years I don't know if it will or won't that number ten keeps coming up right it is keeps coming up and then in many times I see parallels and similarities in history that mirror what we do in the present in the more you look over the old pages of history you realize that horrid humanity causes that ever since history was first scrawled McKay's the engines about to go to first Corinthians thirteen threatened thirteen and you go down it says for now we see through a glass darkly but then face to face now I know in part but then shall I know even as also I am known looking through the glass darkly looking through through the mayor and the mirroring of the number thirteen is thirty one as Derek has said it will give a thirty ones in the thirteen so the numbers and again a tarot card number thirteen that is the number of death and change and so when you see the white horse rider the pale white horse rider riding in you look at the death card and you understand that when death arrives you see the following of kingdoms you see the twin towers of judgment you see all these things on the card and then of course at the end is always the rising sun and so at the at the at the foot of the of the horsemen are royalty and getting governments and empires that fall because of disease and death and pestilence and this is where we are now the tarot card death thirteen and it's it's just something that you know it just happens to be where the car for calling cards fall in fact I had a I had an idea that I wanted back throw Terrel cards tonight or something I know what but I figured you know those are visual so you got to have.

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"bulbul" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on PRI's The World

"We ended up with each one suitcase. But then of course after for weddings she she died and I was left with two suitcases. That was all I had in the whole world. One of the striking things about this book are the illustrations by artist artist Fatina Ramos New both depict cultures of these different places so vividly in writing any pictures. Do you have one favorite wedding of the four that you had with Julian. And what made it your favorite. It was a US. Because I am from. I'm from Belgium. She's from Holland but we really decided that New York had to be the first wedding because the thing is you know in in Belgium and Holland people are like. Don't be crazy. You know every every idea that you have is very easily a pointed out as megalomaniac so when we told our story in New York everybody was like. Oh Wow oh you're crazy but it's great so we actually need it that. US energy to get it started. I feel kinship there. My Mom got married at City Hall in New York Really. Yeah that's great. Fleur Parrots the author of love around the World New Children's book. Thanks very much greater media. Thank you Australia is only at the beginning of its fire season and it can't catch a break. Strong winds and high temperatures are stoking one hundred and thirty separate wildfires. Oh fires across Australia's east coast. Four people have died and two and a half million acres have burned. That's like almost half of New Jersey. The BBC's Shaima Halil Dalil reports from the Australian state of New South Wales. The smell of smoke is the first thing that hits you when you step out in this part of the forest in Nana Glen I am GonNa Forest surrounded by blackened treetrunks. There's almost no color here. But the black back from the charge trees and the gray in the sky above full of smoke the ground here is completely scorched you could feel the heat each beneath and actually some areas are smoldering. Still across the dirt road from the burnt-out trees warned Smith. The and local mechanic guides me through the rubble of the place. He called home. As the catastrophic flames raged a fireball shot across and the whole house exploded floated. There's nothing here. There's nothing salve. There's nothing to be salvage as licenses just wreck. How long have you lived here for? Just thunder twenty two years. It was a family. Has the memories come back. And it's very very sad so why it is the emotion Steichen in the boys giants teased coming so the warns neighbor Helen evacuated before the catastrophic fire hit. But it's never happened like this before and especially when you look at the I mean. How many fives are they quote? They had one hundred fires burning in one day. The out of control. No this is climate change and this is the way heading on the planet group. Bulbul Glenroy Glenroy one company in the Local Glenn Ray Far Station Daryl Watch the Fire Brigade. Captain is getting ready for difficult times ahead. Everyone is incredibly. It'll be taught here Emotions are getting higher and the place because everyone bicycle we needed to be honest. Ryan is all we need and it'll be alive until it rains. which is the months and months and months coming to me? We started talking. I have a copy as their shift was about to end. Three firefighters in Darryl's team head out quickly to respond to a potential threat right. The smallest incident can turn into a disaster here and they take no chances in the massive Bush. Fires that have raged across Australia are expected to flare up again as the drought continues and the temperatures rise everyone here is bracing themselves.

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"bulbul" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Increase your chances at that the drafters just never mattered to this team. And now you're stuck in limbo. For what what's the plan to have money next year? Have you seen the free agent class next year? It's not good. It's simply not good. So I'm just a little confused and disappointed that this is where we are. Yeah. I mean it's why is this a sad day it's a staff yesterday, shouldn't speak silo? It's not a new guy. No one's no one's excited about Tyler hero. Just title. No-one no-one people were more excited about Bulbul. Let me tell you some bo-bo not gonna be good. Not gonna be good. Look at his body, that's not going to hold up come on. You think his dad could play in today's NBA what? Because his name is bull because he's huge because he flashed a three that got came fee on the court. It looks on healthy for him to be on the court quite so mighty sop with the bowl bowl nonsense of rather. Here we go. No. Just here in better shape than mobile. No, no. I'm just that kinda looks like he's going to break. That's, that's not a free breath lettuce in the nineties, it could be. Imagine how much room ES for muscle doesn't have him for Moee does. Yes. Plenty of room. No, it's not going to happen with Bobo bulls. It really is. It just it's painful looking at him standing up and seeing his knees. Yes. Right now. He's completely healthy right now. And just looking at him seeing film of him running, I start hurting in my knees are played it Oregon for how long what seven games before his body broke? And then he missed the entire season. Get outta here with that. Not gonna work out. I'm sorry. Yeah. But okay. I, I don't disagree with anything. You're saying that doesn't mean we can't be a little excited about Tyler hero on what he could be because we don't know what it could be. No, you had the synergy sports things where you go ahead is in the ninety eight th percentile and pick and rolls. I don't know what that means. But it sounds good. It does white. He's probably a really good shooter. John Calipari is not this offense of guru. He he amasses talent and it sorta roll the ball out there and do what you can with it. So he's not really putting guys like Tyler hero. In the greatest positions. It's usually pull up shoot win. With your athleticism Erik Spoelstra can get guys open, this guy can cure, a lot of what ails if he's indeed this good shooter thirty five percent from three doesn't necessarily get excited. But I like to think that in expulsion system, we can get the most out of this guy. He parents really impressed Miami Heat in these workouts, and we have sound Zion Williamson that honestly encouraged me. And I don't know why I'm giving credit design Williamson ahead of like draft experts like Jonathan Giovanni. But this is what's on Williamson had to say about Tyler hero. It's harder. Most.

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"bulbul" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

"He's mobile. He's athlete. He's windmill in from the free throw line pretty quick off the feet. I mean, he he runs like a guard when you watch him play. Now, there's there's an one of the reasons I think a year of college would be beneficial not only the weight but also like polishing his offense game. But he has really nice touch around the basket, and he brings value just being in the game for that team. Like if he is on the floor, Texas infantry a better team and they get better shots for everyone. He's he's a big time prospect. I mean, I think if he ends up coming out, and especially talked about how bad the draft is. But it's specifically bad at his position. Bo Bo's now injured boom me to it. I was I was gonna say like when you're looking at a depth chart, and and you know, every every team in the NBA somewhere in their office has a marker board a big board and the depth chart on it and the center list you got bubble yet. Jackson hase. Daniel gaffer d-. And there was a fall off. And so I mean, there's there's going to be some some big decisions to make in terms of that position. Now you brought up bowl bowl going into the next year's draft. Which one do you think is more NBA ready? Obviously, you think that Jackson Hayes probably should stay another year built that body up. I'm obviously, if you're a top ten pick you can't just walk away from that. Yeah. I'm not saying the agree. But do you think that Bulbul saw a chance to be that top ten picket center? It's going to depend on because he looked real good man when he was playing. He looked good. Well, bowl bowls, ridiculously talented. Yeah. That's never been the question. Medicals matter. So I think that's going to be something that the NBA teams look into in terms of the surgery that he had and how he's developing and progressing from that standpoint. I mean in terms of like who he is as a player when you're that size and have the skill and the ability to impact the game with shop, locking rebounding. I mean, his lasts a UC's and he made fifty percent of his threes. Unlike him, yes, he's a very nice stroke. So at he's he's tough one though, he's a really tough on the long-term a body like that is. You know, it scares you a little, but his talent has just been so good that you can't ignore it. I mean, I remember watching Joel embiid's pre-draft workouts and thinking this is the greatest thing I've ever seen him hitting jumpers him spinning around the lane flushing down stuff. Do you think teams will kind of have the same respect for Bulbul as they do? Joel. When it comes to he's using what talent, but it might take a couple years for me to get healthy. Yeah. I mean, I think it's going to depend on what they can find out and learn about this injury. Because I don't think it was just this is not just your normal everyday injury. Yeah. If he's healthy though. I mean, he he doesn't get past probably seven or eight. Yeah. Bus. He was having a tremendous year at Oregon if you go back and watch some of his tape. He really does he stands out. I mean, it's impossible. Not to stand out your seven three seven eight wingspan. I mean, the guys just everywhere, but stick in the big twelve and other guy, that's kind of an unheralded a little bit shooting guard Jere covert at Texas Tech is averaging nineteen seventy four and you guys probably saw him against Duke yet twenty plus points. He was actually one of their best players in Texas Tech as the number one defensive union college basketball, and he's no slouch on that side of the ball either. Now, I've seen some pundits put him in a top five pick others in the twenty s that's very very weird for me to see usually people have in the same base range. But haven't third overall. And then I see him in the mid twenties. Where do you have? That's a little high for me the last big where we did we had them in the teens the low teens, I think thirteenth. Really intriguing. He's we discuss it earlier a late bloomer even in high school is the same way. He was always really intriguing and high school, but like never was super productive. He's always way more prospect than player, and he's quickly turned the not..

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"bulbul" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Who coach hit the shot teammate? Oh, man who shot which made it that much was good Sylvie. Because he hit the shot at made it that much more. Oh, yeah. Right there. That's funny. Nice job way to tap. That one was good. Why would ask the question? Why did he even go to Duke, you sure sat out do you even start could've gone you sit out? He could have gone. The point is once you have an injury like, Nick. Gotcha. But everybody news I and Williamson was who he was going to be in his senior year in high school wide. You play your senior year. Julia. When's it gonna boy we could do this? We could play this game forever. And then make you go. All right. So we, but but I mean. No, I think you listen college football players have done. He boasted. Did it this year got? And he said, I'm done. He also coming back from an injury and wanted to listen, he probably wasn't going to be one hundred percent. And then he was going to risk being injured again, and that may have affected his draft status. Oh, be a college basketball player that does it sometimes soon. Probably I just answered my own question. Nice job. Good question. Don't you think it has it bowl bowl new poll? Son. He has an injury in Dinty announce he got hurt that he wasn't gonna have to come back. He's rehabbing draft. Really don't know what an injury was it. I don't know. I'm looking at upright time line. But one of the ways Bulbul any good. He's supposed to be pretty good. Yeah. That that's what they say. Is he big as the old, man? Or is he? Two seven two. He plays plays like. Modern day guy. Seven three is a wings. Karma karma. Karma karma seven eight is his wingspan doubt on a wingspan expand. Jeez. Got a wingspan what a name I gotta get him basketball because they're not giving me in the store is on when I was young. When I first saw Manute Bol person. It was like his legs look like to. Like, they would just break running down the court. I know he passed. Yes, he did heart. I believe so that was always a thing that made that sort of impressed me the first time I saw y'all Ming close. I was at the genteel center for that, Loyola workout. He's a monster. All my in his legs in his his trunk. Don't take that the wrong way. I said trunk Tommy. Exactly. Does stress fracture in his left foot ball for Bulbul six weekends global. Really? So shut it down here for the draft. Yeah. It looks like Yau's base was Vicky was you could tell he was strong. It was so different than Sylvia's point the way. NBA career. I mean, listen. Yeah. It was awesome. When he was healthy. The problem is those big guys have there. Feet and he had foot injuries. But you look at the seasons where y'all was healthy. He was twenty and twelve he was terrific. Sorry. I just spent a little bit. Yeah. Wang writes, drinking's yoga. I'm sorry. Always fantastic when he was healthy. I think there's a good picture of lower Lowery market in with. Really? It looks like a child and Larry is almost seven feet, isn't he? Yeah. And he looks tiny I boat. Huge. I mean, I'll never forget seeing him up close for the first time. It was I mean, just or like the first time I was ever around shack because just the sheer size when you saw why shacks shoulders were and I mean, it's like how the heck? Squeak man could move. Let's see Lowery Markkanen was so silky. I mean, the way the way shack moved. Oh my God. Yeah. Look at Sylvia's. Our this picture. I mean, really put on some weight now this weekend. Can we tweet out? Available on Twitter for listeners. So they could see what we're talking about. Right next to the shirtless. Dan, we here. I mean, Donald is criticizing Wieder. Dow's up there saying, hey, not for nothing, but how much of curls. Oh, stop it. Listen. My exact words were not that I'm one to talk, but do some. I'm saying is he did do curls guys and triceps and he's doing push ups from he came in the man gave us the best that he had tried. Take my shirt off. Everybody's a critic unless Chris Hemsworth, you're not allowed to say. How many times we we do some pictures like unbelie- somebody will come in? And we'll take a picture, and we'll put it on, you know, we'll post it. And you know, you'll get a thousand tweets, oh, why your face looks like.

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"bulbul" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Fourteen match shepherd with call on the Michigan sports network rest of the scores. NC state came back on Miami seven eighty two they outscored the hurricanes fifty to thirty seven in the second half, Indiana topped Illinois seventy three sixty five Minnesota upset Wisconsin fifty nine fifty two battered Iowa eighty six seventy off the court ordered freshman Bulbul is done for the year. After foot surgery national championship gave comes up on Monday. Alabama will take on. Clemson Tigers got some news that the expected three players including Dexter Lawrence tested, positive for a banned substance before the semifinal game are officially ruled out for Monday night. Fifteen finalists were announced for the pro football hall of fame. It's highlighted by first timers, Ed Reed champ Bailey. Antonio Gonzales, along with the first time finalist and Tom Flores. Won a pair of Super Bowls has the head coach of the raiders misdemeanor. Charges domestic violence were dropped against Redskins. Linebacker Ruben foster. However that does not be foster won't be disciplined by the NFL and baseball the Phillies agreed to a two year twenty three million dollar deal with reliever, David Robertson. I'm Marco balletti. We've moved channels you could out here. CBS sports radio on Sirius XM channel two. Oh, six. You're listening to after hours with Amy Lawrence. We work with sports fans. Sports aids are crazy. Flex their eternal dying devotion to I never simply because of what he doesn't a football field the ice or baseball diving. Five days later, they break our hearts, and we hate them. What happens we reserve the right to be one year rear when you disappoint us. We hold all the power sports fans. Breakthroughs..

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"bulbul" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In the NBA the homecoming for Kawhi Leonard in San Antonio, Spurs have jumped out to an early twenty one to eleven lead on the rafters five minutes. You're meeting in the first quarter Damara Rosengren a chance to face his old crew in Toronto. He's got six points and seven boards already. Just two other games on the schedule tonight kings and nuggets in Sacramento. The big ones at the oracle with the warriors hosting the rockets Golden State scuffle or at least for them. But Steve Kerr expects a run coming up any momentum's since early start when we're ten of one. So I'd like to. To see if we can put together a nice nice stretch here. And if everybody stays healthy, I'm very confident that we will check in college hoops, playing games going on Michigan starting to pull away from Penn. State fifty one thirty eight they lead it about eight and a half minutes left in the second half. He's games are also in the second half is Miami lease NC state, seventy to sixty two Indiana in front of Illinois, forty four thirty five producers crushing Iowa eighty two fifty six coming up top of the hour, Wisconsin against Minnesota off the court. Oregon's Bulbul is done for the year foot surgery is expected to now we have for the NBA draft national championship is Alabama. Clemson. It comes your way Monday night clubs together. News everyone expected the three players including Dexter Lawrence. Officially suspended for testing positive for a banned substance misdemeanor charges for domestic violence. It gets Redskins. Linebacker Ruben foster dropped still possible. The NFL could still disciplined foster meanwhile, cold wide receiver t y Hilton listed as questionable against the Texans. That's thanks to an ankle injury. That game is on Saturday. Baseball piece of hot stove news Billy's getting nice piece to the back. Get of their bullpen..

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"bulbul" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"Once upon a time was bud lived in farthest. He sang all day gives me. One morning. She said. The obedient Bulbul at once he will find some. But though he flew for mines. He could not discover a single green pepper. He dried beeping into every garden by week. But what he found was that ego. There was no fruit at all on the Che's are the vegetables were all right and crimson red. Some trees only had only tiny wide star flowers at last Ryan Dahle in the wilderness. He came upon a hurry wallet garden, Tolan bango trees, shaded it or all sides shutting is the feels sunshine on the rough winds willingness garden grew in numerous lowers and fruits. But there was no sign of life within its wolves nobles. Nobody flats there's only silence. And I'm poking of flowers. The movable alighted in the middle of the garden and new. There grew our soldierly eople blunt and amidst the polish lease Sean of single green fruit of immense size gleaning likened. Greatly. Delighted the ball flew home to his meat and telling her he had found the most beautiful green apple in the was brought her back with him to the garden. Ray she at once again, the delicious apple by five bites the garden belonged to a gym who generally kept away for twelve whole years and then slept for another twelve years. He had all this time being a seat in the summer house. And was of course, very sound sequel. He knew nothing of the balloons coming in. Nevertheless, as the time of his waking up was not farro. He had dreadful. Nightmares? Wise to the green Pepple speaking Becht to pieces. Becoming restless he just win. The booths wife after leaving one glittering emerald green egg the Neak that Lou. With us. As usual, the Jin of you and switching wage to see how fed. Apple's getting on grade was his sorrow and rage. Finding it begs to pieces he not imagine what had done the mischief knowing as he did that neither bird beast, nor insect lived in the garden. Bread Fukui think taints on that horrid word outside muster stolen in. Why? Nice. Set the gin do himself and immediately began to search for the intruder he found nothing out ever the green green. He was so astonished seen the then took it to his summer house, wrapped up in cotton wool and wanted we carefully in a called niche in the wall. Every day. He went and looked at it. Sorry over the heart of his lost Pepple until one money. No amd be whole the egg had disappeared. Didn't split. The loveliest little needed dressed from head to foot in emerald Queen around her neck home, a single Amara's of great sites shapes just to like the green Hempel need an informed him that her name was Francis arena. The Jin who was quiet in -fensive creature was denied it for he loved children. And this one was the dean is more will be here. So he made it the business of his life tends to Princess Perina. Now when twelve years at passed by in the floor darn it became time for the good nature..

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"bulbul" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"He said that people do tend to go from denial to display very very quickly. That's correct. And yes communications a huge part and the UN and distance that very. Well, so today you had David autumn. Rowe who sits in the people seat and his point was to take the opinions of many people around the world and ride the speech down. That tells you what the people are thinking. So that's one communication strategy. The UN has launched a bought, and so you could go and interact with the spot and ask it what you could do in your specific country do to help fight climate change. They also had this fifteen year old Swedish girl who's been on protest at school for the last three months, and she has inspired thousands of school children to go out and protest and get elders. Adults to do something about climate change. This clearly this clearly enough happening that candidates that doesn't just feel a boring climate summit. That's you know, they're talking about the rules. There's a lot happening on the side. You you mentioned David Attenborough speech, and it was fairly alarming stuff. He did resort to the language of apocalypse. Does that does that help? Do you think? Oh, does it just in coquette in people a certain fatalism that well wick where cooked? There's not really anything. We can do about it. I think it's it's he he's saying it in two ways he saying apple collapses coming but we can avoid it. And I feel like yes, how clips is is one that it's hard to get anybody be give you know, give give much two words once they realized well, it's all going shit. But there is. A serious chance that we can avoid it. And I think he made that clear, so even if he rent the scary card he'll to said, there is hope. What is the sense though? Do you think among the people gathering in catavzsr it's about what if anything is going to tip the balance into actual mass mobilization to do something about this. What's going to be? Is it going to be appeals to basically decency and good citizenship? And saying look we which generations are alive right now merely custodians of this fragile Bulbul for future generations, etcetera etcetera etcetera, or is it going to be guys clean energy is where all the money is going to be. I think it's it's neither of those. Actually, what comes down to when you're trying to get the rule book to agree is actual negotiators sitting and talking through each other building the trust the reason that the meet every year is you have these officials from government departments that we would never know about names. We would never hear about building. These relationships internationally agreed that there is a common goal for all countries to meet. And so yes, all the other forces of. Clean energy becoming cheaper financial industry, realizing that climate change is going to be really bad the oil industry, finally waking up to what emmissions can do all that matters. But right now for the next two weeks, all that matters for the officials. There is the rule book is going to have to be a certain amount VO of the developed countries having to subsidize or compensate developing countries because it's an understandable reaction. If you're a country like China or a country like India, both currently engaged in these enormous immense and really extraordinarily successful in many respects processes of poverty elimination and elevating people out of abject poverty to have to now tell them. Well. Yeah. Sorry. You are going to have to slow up a bit. We the rich countries have had allow fun and Bill to allow wealth. But now, we're all going to have to be more responsible. Yes. And that's the biggest problem right now for the rule book, the rulebook also decides. How the money is spent the money that comes in this green climate fund from from rich countries that is supposed to be distributed to poor countries. So how will you account for emissions reductions how will your comfort the actions of different countries, and how will distribute all these billions that are supposed to come into the green fund fund? We'll just finally quickly. Then what what do you think would be the absolute best that this summit can hope to accomplish two weeks from now, what would be something amazing? They could say. The rule book which again is not something amazing for us. But for them, it's everything because what happens is once you have the rulebook next year, they come back, and they say each of the country comes and sees here is the goal that we are going to set.

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"bulbul" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Everything's happy and nice as you haven't seen it. I I. Exactly, what kind of movie this is this is looking at this time get a magic puff piece. It's extremely case. So supposedly earlier nations of the film. The film was in development for years as baron Cohen was gonna supposedly very famously. Yes lead. And then Murphy and David fincher attacks direct. This could have been really interesting project a supposedly fell apart because the band who's producers, which is a big problem. Brian May Roger Taylor producers on the film. They didn't like that focus too much on, Freddie. Mercury. Right. It is impossible impossible to imagine. A film version of this film that focuses more on, Freddie. Mercury. He is in every seen quite a bit too. Oh, sure. But he's in eighty percent of the shots on the screen. He's in every scene. There are scenes handle gone for twenty minutes at a time huge shoppers. Born for extra incisors. Did you know that I did not cover that? Mentioned that interest. So of course, Romney Malik end up playing Faruk Bulbul Sada, Freddie. Mercury. For your phone. I'm so bored with this movie. Why are we going depth? Did does. Okay. I thought of you and your the way you looked at the counselor and Michael fast bender. He said, he's he's doing his balls off feel bad for the Malik is derived, Michael Kranz brings Bryan Cranston and Godzilla to take it down or not you're in fucking villas. Not acting your balls are Roman is the third string quarterback who is being forced into action because of injury, and it's like he's clearly not like scholarship level, but he's doing his damn best. And it's like Ray forever for that kid. He's really like, you know, swinging for the fences swinging flap warning track swing into the v swing. He was good at if I have to be fair. Here's for his performance was good. And there are some concert scenes that are well done. But everything is so just top level glossy. They do the thing the by wrong all the time or they try and jam so much into two hours. But every it someone tweeted me this. I'm like, I had this my notes, I totally agree. It every moment that was the.

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"bulbul" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"That's how we like to keep it. I when I walk into a place and it looks unkept. It's not clean. It doesn't smell good. Ambience isn't the sounds aren't good. Lighting's not good. I get creeped out. I don't wanna really do business here. What else are they not paying attention? Exactly. Exactly. And so I walk around on the sales born picking up trash all the time. And so I think it's it's a culture that that I have address I've owned up to and I'm whenever I am doing something like you said, an event or building a business or hosting something. I'm very purposeful in all those all the all, the touch, all the five senses, what it looks like. Smells like, let's take the lasers into those. You haven't been to places like this. My wife and I, we went out to dinner one time. Beautiful, beautiful. In Santa Barbara. We've gone out to dinner before an LA. We've got to dinner in Las Vegas, nice places, but Santa Barbara zebra. Did you spend a lot of time and say to Barbara, I'm not much to love Santa Barbara. Do you really? Yeah, it's beautiful. Oprah lives there, Eric Schmidt to see of Google lives there. We've interviewed people there and we not to a nice restaurant and you get a chance to see the ocean there Enzi this is kind of the Atma. This is the overhead music here. Club. And they've got that up in, but see the speakers are loud enough where you have to speak loudly, but you don't have to yell at each other, but the music is very purposeful. Then e you've got the the lighting lighting dim. Yeah, see that ocean view in the Bulbul much like in the man cave, we don't have florescent bowl, no, no, they're incandescent bulbs. It'd condense it the the decor, kind of has a story to it. It has. It has a history to it. Everything about it made the seafood that we are ordering worth more more valuable. It made it a better overall, ambiance lobster bisque. But I grew up in Coquito, Minnesota, and the restaurant that I worked at as a kid and the only restaurant in our town was called the Norseman that did the head serve a hot dish z. cuts the Norseman. Oh, please do when you would walk in, can I can I play for you the audio that you would hear? Oh, yeah. When you walk in, this is what you would hear. This is the music that you would hear during your typical. Meal. Was never overhead music at all. Never and the can I describe for you the level of decor. They would put into the level of thoughtfulness that would put into the decor Norseman. I could only I can only imagine it's whatever wallpaper was in style fifteen years before they opened the restaurant, a hot and see the bathroom tiles. Look like they've been coated with only the finest remnants of male urination o. z. the salt and pepper shakers were mismatched. It wasn't like part of a plan. Either the menu had things, they would cross it out with a sharpie. I'm not kidding. They cross it out whenever they weren't offering that, and it would just be left there for. Decade price, what kind of food do they have? The food was pretty subpar, but it's all that we had. And so my wife is a white fish. I took my wife to a restaurant just like the Norseman which remind me of home and I went spoken speak even in Nebraska and we get out there and the waitress walks in and she says, hey, y'all doing good, she says, hey, welcome..

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"bulbul" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"I think it might have been actually helped. I think they may be the big winner because of GDP are that privacy standards of played out in Google's favor. There's just a ton to like about this company which managed to reverse niggling trend towards sliding down the day after reports all FANG moved up in after hours, trading in sympathy with alphabet. What else are you got the banks in this group seems to be totally controlled by long term interest rates which determine how much money they can make from winning. So when the unit on the ten year treasury jumped NATs. What's happened recently. The Bank stocks come with with it just kind of one for one, so to speak. Look at your Morgan Citi group today. The thinking here is pretty straightforward with long term interest rates, headed higher. The peninsula's will make more money, but they are already making a fortune anyway, still, you can't quibble with these gains, and I think the bag stocks remained cheap here. I think that's going to be continuing fem- as we go deeper and deeper earning season that the banks turned out to be much too low price earnings Bulbul giving that rates could be headed higher, have a consumer package goods people. Sure. Why would they seem so far? I thought they wouldn't. I think the group did get too low, but any higher and you know what they start backsliding. When interest rates go up, just look at what happened to the Sokha PepsiCo today they'll quote a downgrade from firm basically saying it'd run too much to report. I disagree. I think the stock just regrouping, hey, what else? McCormick spice company. That's the one other real standout here. I don't think it's going to give up any of those gains video. It's going to add them and we're gonna have more from Cormack later healthcare big sector. Right. Well, you know what? When I look over the healthcare stocks. So far we've got an interesting panoply. I see tremendous pin action. But then limited follow-through. I think JJ deserves more of a boost in. It's gotten went up nicely. I and then same labs. We're going to dig into that later. There were some real good quarters. Health while stand out, but then there's Tonka weaker. Why? Because the company beat itself up on necessarily on the call. Danaher is the spice healthcare winter so far. Now that it's offloaded sluggish, dental business, the industrials Rory, tough side from General Electric. We've seen some robust action, but it's all been aerospace if it weren't for the power to visit GE, which has a huge aerospace division would have been fine. Although wondering how g would have done without powers kind of like asking. But other than the play MRs link that MRs Lincoln, how was the play? You know, it's really unfortunate. I went over that quarter multiple times and rather than panting, gee, I, I'm calling it a work in progress. Of course, chief bear g Steve to sober Chafee Morgan has new negative thread. The cast receivable of regular g offloaded on GE capital. In retrospect, their accounting sure was squirrelly something we never would have known as long as business date strong. This. Only came out with things started declining. I think CEO John Flannery is doing his level best to turn things around, but Rome wasn't built in a quarter and this one won't be fixed in one, either speed industrials. Can you Pete how much Honeywell's making and how deaf the CO Darin Damme chick member. He's Cody successor has been telling about the story of break-up all a tour to force for certain. But on the other hand, accompanied of having a couple of times in the show, Illinois tool works long. No for consistency has now become Mattingly inconsistent. That's cook for just plain for two quarters bad. And the clients have pretty daunting as a told accident is plus dot com.

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"bulbul" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"I think it might have been actually helped. I think they may be the big winner because of GDP are that privacy standards of played out in Google's favor. There's just a ton to like about this company which managed to reverse niggling trend towards sliding down the day after reports all FANG moved up in after hours, trading in sympathy with alphabet. What else are you got the banks in this group seems to be totally controlled by long term interest rates which determine how much money they can make from winning. So when the unit on the ten year treasury jumped NATs. What's happened recently. The Bank stocks come with with it just kind of one for one, so to speak. Look at your Morgan Citi group today. The thinking here is pretty straightforward with long term interest rates, headed higher. The peninsula's will make more money, but they are already making a fortune anyway, still, you can't quibble with these gains, and I think the bag stocks remained cheap here. I think that's going to be continuing fem- as we go deeper and deeper earning season that the banks turned out to be much too low price earnings Bulbul giving that rates could be headed higher, have a consumer package goods people. Sure. Why would they seem so far? I thought they wouldn't. I think the group did get too low, but any higher and you know what they start backsliding. When interest rates go up, just look at what happened to the Sokha PepsiCo today they'll quote a downgrade from firm basically saying it'd run too much to report. I disagree. I think the stock just regrouping, hey, what else? McCormick spice company. That's the one other real standout here. I don't think it's going to give up any of those gains video. It's going to add them and we're gonna have more from Cormack later healthcare big sector. Right. Well, you know what? When I look over the healthcare stocks. So far we've got an interesting panoply. I see tremendous pin action. But then limited follow-through. I think JJ deserves more of a boost in. It's gotten went up nicely. I and then same labs. We're going to dig into that later. There were some real good quarters. Health while stand out, but then there's Tonka weaker. Why? Because the company beat itself up on necessarily on the call. Danaher is the spice healthcare winter so far. Now that it's offloaded sluggish, dental business, the industrials Rory, tough side from General Electric. We've seen some robust action, but it's all been aerospace if it weren't for the power to visit GE, which has a huge aerospace division would have been fine. Although wondering how g would have done without powers kind of like asking. But other than the play MRs link that MRs Lincoln, how was the play? You know, it's really unfortunate. I went over that quarter multiple times and rather than panting, gee, I, I'm calling it a work in progress. Of course, chief bear g Steve to sober Chafee Morgan has new negative thread. The cast receivable of regular g offloaded on GE capital. In retrospect, their accounting sure was squirrelly something we never would have known as long as business date strong. This. Only came out with things started declining. I think CEO John Flannery is doing his level best to turn things around, but Rome wasn't built in a quarter and this one won't be fixed in one, either speed industrials. Can you Pete how much Honeywell's making and how deaf the CO Darin Damme chick member. He's Cody successor has been telling about the story of break-up all a tour to force for certain. But on the other hand, accompanied of having a couple of times in the show, Illinois tool works long. No for consistency has now become Mattingly inconsistent. That's cook for just plain for two quarters bad. And the clients have pretty daunting as a told accident is plus dot com.

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"bulbul" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on No Agenda

"The onset of Alzheimer's. Well. This is who's this neuroscientist Vero. Nick Bulbul, McGill University of Montreal Canada said the results of the study suggests using spatial memory regularly may improve the function of the hippocampus and would help ward off cognitive impairments as we age, but suggested it is wise to restrict GPS use to an aid in finding the way to new destination, but to turn it off on the way back when going somewhere that is not new building, cognitive maps takes time and effort. But with the hippocampus, it may be a case of use it or lose it. Imbaba says she does have fears that reducing the use of spatial navigation strategies may lead to earlier onset of Alzheimer's or dementia. Yeah, I find that just be specious argument makes no sense because I what diseases are, but I will say that if the hippocampus campus, whatever it's called hippocampus is a affected adversely because of using. A GPS. I don't know how much GPS do you have to use for it to become. I mean, you're driving all the time it using GPS all the time, I guess, garage sales or something like that. You got some garage sales gotta gotta bring that brings Mark phone. You plug them all into the smartphone than you go driving through the hills from place to place the place is pro. You know, you could probably do it other ways, but that seems like an effective youth know what generally speaking. I see you with the thing on all the time. They're constantly going to someplace, you know how to get there. I know how to get the San Francisco and I know my way around San Francisco. I don't necessarily need the GPS now once in a while, I'll turn it on going to someplace and find alternative routes because it does find some by found a couple of there's rerouted route. I think the traffic information is the most important. You can just see it. There's traffic here and there, and there that's kinda useful. But I just wanna say you kind of already gave the reason for dominion diminishing GPS use. You just have more fun just like I've been carrying around this Kyocera flip phone and. And does everything I needed to do of actually found that almost every service has a web browser version that works including Instagram, including even Uber, they, you can still, it's not. They can't find you. You can't automate refined where you are, which is kind of what you want. But most of these services still have, you know perfectly perfectly working web interfaces and you just cut out all the tracking stuff so they know what you're doing. Screw that in. So since a gotten rid of that, I'm having fun watching idiots on their phones all day, same in traffic. I mean, you can if you're not, you have time to focus. You're looking out the window because you do have to see where you're going and not looking at the screen, and I'm horrible a directions on the, I admit, I'm really lost if I don't have some extra indication. But it's much more fun to watch the moronic other drivers and it's probably safer. Well, tell you couple of disadvantages too. I used to develop my own shortcuts. I live in the bay area I know how to get around. And so there was this shortcut that I've been using for probably ten years. I was always thinking maybe putting it on YouTube and it's a way to get on the bay bridge and kind of an awkward way, but it works like a champ at bypasses everything. And next thing you know, you're on the bridge. So I take it recently. I take my shortcut. I've got j I think in somebody else in the car and I go, the thing is backed up. And she says, oh, she says, yeah, Google has been using this short cutting rose, right. And I said, what? And so the Google has like ruined my shortcut. I'm gonna very pleased about this. Yeah, ends a short cut for a reason, and here's a thought, I'm not. I'm not a God. GPS changed lives in so many incredible ways as as as as an airman GPS incredibly important. But there's no reason to have the two way thing going on too. Just by Tom, Tom, what do they cost these days? Tom, Tom cost, six seventy bucks just get unit and just use it. That'd be fine. It's the Iraq. What better?.

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"bulbul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"bulbul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

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