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"daniel row" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"10 wins reporter Carol D'Auria on our way to the scene, We'll get a live update from her. Shortly. On that on that story in Queens, again, three alarms, three story apartment building and two are dead for our injured the over 600 nursing homes in New York state will begin to get covert 19 vaccines. On Monday, CVS and Walgreens employees will be administering the vaccinations. CVS says they expect to have everybody in the nursing homes vaccinated within the first two weeks. Give it a New jersey Now Garden State Governor Phil Murphy, announcing the state will open what he is calling mega vaccination. So with each successive wave, we will get closer to being able to open our vaccination sites to the general public. There will be six mega sites around the Garden state, including one of the Meadowlands, one down South Jersey and by the Atlantic City Convention Center, Though it will serve fewer folks at first New Jersey had been on track to receive just about 500,000 doses this month. The numbers sent by the feds has dropped almost by 100,000. State officials say they do not know why. All of this as the FDA has given the go ahead for the nation's second vaccine from Mo Derna, take it a Texas now, freestanding ER facilities want to be treated the same as other hospitals and get bumped up in the vaccine or average positivity rate across all of our ers. Right now is 19%. That's almost 5000 positive tests across the 16 yards in that system. This week, six er associations combined to send a letter to the D S HS panel in charge of prioritizing vaccines, urging him to reconsider because of the exposure at these facilities correspondent Christian Flores talking with Dr Daniel Row in Austin, Texas, FDA Commissioner Dr Stephen Hahn says even though the process for the modern a vaccine the approval process was fast. It was still strange, even though the process has been expedited in association with the review of this emergency use authorization, we have not cut corners. Moderna has a 94% effectiveness rate has returned from the vaccine to the reason we need one holiday travel, ramping up governor, Cuomo says. Nothing's definite when it comes to a shot. Do your Chris get it? They see the numbers. New Yorkers are smart. I think they're gonna learn from Thanksgiving. And I think you'll see a smarter response through the holidays, Cuomo saying If New Yorkers do their part, and I'm quoting here, I do not believe we are destined to have a shutdown. Wins news time. 8 45 from the W F A and Sports desk. Let's get an update from Dave. You're am well. Brian at the preseason turns out to be any indication, the Nets are going to be a tough out this season in the MBA. Sure,.
"daniel row" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"The coming of the lawless one is based on satan's working with all kinds of miracles signs and wonders. You might say like father like son but also here. We read about a lion a bear and a leopard inverse to me we have to think back for a moment about the companion book of revelation. The book of daniel and the seven chapter daniel was given a vision of four animals that are representing four world kingdoms. When daniel wrote those words this was primarily all in his future. But now as we look back with daniel row with twenty twenty hindsight we can see how this was historically fulfilled to the t. I daniel had the vision of a lion. And that was a symbol of the kingdom that he was captive in and advising the king of that was the kingdom abound balon remember. The babylonians overtook the israelites. And israel was in bondage to babylon for seventy years. And you remember. The leader of babylon was never can nezar. It was influenced by the ministry of daniel. He was ultimately replaced by dell. Schanzer was the last king babylon. So that was the lion. And archaeologists have unearthed a ruins dating back to babylon have the symbol that they used predominantly which was a winged lion. So i there's a lion it has overcome by a bear the perez massive strength. And we know that the mito persians conquered babylon this was predicted elsewhere in scripture. So why the wicked boy king bell says are was raining. The meet versions were closing. It will remember that story when belshazzar through a fees to all the false gods and they were drinking out of the out of the Various cups and things taken from the jewish temple quinn out of their way to blessing god as they were having this drunken feast hand was seen writing on the wall. Remember taco toco. Many many tickle you parson and daniel was called in to interpret which men and he said. That means you've been weighed in the balances and down lackey effectively. He was saying the bell shows our buddy. The party's over and your number is up. You're going down and right outside of the gates of babylon where the mito persians led by darius. So dairy came into power daniels. Sir by from babylon into the kingdom of darius. And you remember that. It was darius that was responsible for sending daniel to the lions which he survived but the mito persians were overtaken by greece under the direction of alexander..
"daniel row" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"When they dissolved Holliman does France? Why is my news feed clocked don with where I was going to Saint Ives? I stopped at a branch of welcome break visit branch of toss. Oh what did you order I think he was called to George Clooney on it wasn't it was like a chicken sees it but on the receipt. They put George Clooney. Because that's how they identify who you are. Because of George Clinton's role in Hail Caesar by the Coen brothers that must be it but for the layman. I think it's just because it's a welcome break. They don't get on the table numbers so that you could just as easily have gone to the Burger King. You see you see the way they call you little funny thing 'cause I go ellen degeneres and then when you have to stand up and get your chickens eat. This is surprisingly charming for service station when we were growing up. You couldn't have even thought the time in the future when they sold solid. SNL Station exactly the very concept of Halloo me would have felt like it would have landed from Outer Space People Complain About What Rotten Times. We're living in but just focus the positive. Sometimes you can get blew me off a motorway. You can get a fish finger APP in swindon. Well Anyway. I mentioned going some talent because the last episode you might recall you challenged Listener Pete's and mine actually a session that it would be some lives in Cornwall. That was the destination in contention in that famous nursery rhyme. And just saying we can't presume the Roberson is is there's probably some ives. Themed Hotel of the Vegas Strip it's just overrun by cats. Well no less than the mayor of some ives. Cambridge has been in touch his name is Daniel row and he says is this. I am the mayor of ives and Cambridge Daniel. Row fucking legend. And I've come across your podcast regarding our famous riddle. Do you think that he and the mayor of the other person is in Cohen will get along or to they have paid for. I wonder if there's like an ice convention. Maybe Helen they meet in the middle. It'll because it's a long drive from Cambridge Cornwell. Maybe they go to the welcome break and one of them's radion one of them's Ellen Degeneres X.. In answer to your question in he says as to why the rhyme would be about our lives. I think it was you who said why would they be going. T- this is in Cambridge. A legitimate question. Like yeah. It's less famous is in the Michael. Most why would you be going there. I'd not been to eat us in ives. So I can't speak for either the qualities or otherwise. I have been to both in. The one in Cohen was better. Okay he says this is thought to be because at the time some lives in Cambridge had one of the largest markets and fairs in the country which the man in the room would be trying to reach also he says that would explain why the many weived man had all the sacks of cats either they were going to the market to sell council they were coming from the market having all uploaded cats. I was thinking maybe they were like prizes in the fair. You know like Goldfish in Muslim. So now you might win one cuddly toy but then you would win hundreds of kittens. Let's kill whichever way you choose as for why anyone would visit US considers Daniel row. The medicine is in Cambridge. It well to name just three things. One Hour Bridge is one of the very every. Few remaining inhabited bridges in the country has a building on it. Oh this case. The Chapel of Saint Leger quite a charming building with great history yet is unusual. Because I think a lot of the London Bridge is used to be lined with buildings and obviously now aren't but the pumped a Vecchio in Florence is Florida's most famous bridge h because it has buildings on it so knives therefore is the Florence of Cambridge if not Britain sort of. But there's nothing else around it. It's just you get the middle of the bridge the chapel. I'm not sure that's that useful like a massive bridge post. The is a chapel exactly a bridge. That's exactly what it is. It's going coal it looks like it. Bridged raged owed enjoy if I was crossing it. Or if I could say in view in Lord enjoy crossing that were if you were told that wanted to snack well then you have to be under it. If I was a goat I I think I feel confident that I can get across this thing. I don't know if they obey the rule about being able to take shelter in places of worship trolls. We'll goats neither both advocates. Apparently one of the reasons they used to have chapels on bridges was as toll houses. which I think's things quite clever in a way as spin because they'd say oh it so that you can pray for having had a safe journey or something but really what it is? You're not gonNA try to avoid your taxes when you're in Chech- like they've disguised as something that's somehow endorsed by God. This thing we're asking you for money to cross into our town his reason number to the the the guy in the nursery rhyme might be going to live in Cambridge. Norris Museum has a fascinating insight into the historic county of Huntington share from the prehistoric to the present day. Great I mean even reading. That sentence makes me boredom afraid. Well who knows what happened in Huntington share in the prehistoric era of the Norris Museum Sir because recently we learn about the fossilized monkey remains in east Anglia so maybe Huntington shake or some of that action and then manual concludes Another third reason is that we in Cambridge here on many great events such as Jazz and Blues Festival our markets and our many performances of the arts lovely somewhere for us to perhaps in the future. Heaven yes there. Aren't we really stretch. The definition and then he continues somewhat self emotionally. I feel at why not try one of these by coming to the Free Church on December the sixth where the magnificent RAF white and band will be playing my charity Christmas concert. I love a brass band. And and if what he's talking about is brass band playing Christmas hits than yes we would absolutely enjoyed but unfortunately I will be in Utah where I think they are lower on. RAF BRASS DANCE. Actually I did do my due diligence. I found the Rif whitened band on Youtube. They division of the theme from Family Guy like a classic forties. Big Bend it. It did sound awesome sight that I enjoy that too. So well done Daniel at the said reason you have me hi This is Alexia from well in this is going to sound like a very clichy French question but I simply love garlic and my favorite thing is having having ruled garlic on Pasta. The problem is my husband hates it because he can smell the smell of garlic and my bread for about forty not eight hours. After I've had some Helena Nali and for me this. What can I eat after I've had garlic? It doesn't stay in my breasts and around me. A little robotic does go a long way so some people advise the when you're preparing golic beaten raw. You take that little green stem from the middle and discussed it before adding the Golic to the dish. I don't know how much that is going to help. Apparently the thing that really stinks is not necessarily the garlic in your mouth so brushing your teeth off. The won't necessarily do anything minutes. The golic in your stomach so what you could do eh signal after eating before it's really taken hold in your stomach is to to on Minto posse leaves or maybe both. Just w the chances of reducing the stink or eat raw apples overall lettuce. What about just chewing gum? It does not do the same thing that goes down to your stomach. Doesn't it and the signature rigmarole puzzling chewing. We'll just make your mouth a bit mindy but it won't actually address the stomach golic door whereas there are certain compounds and enzymes in Apple Apple Role Lettuce and mint leaves that react with the chemicals that crate garlic breath so they will help to neutralize the odor. So if you eat those quickly enough off after having the garlic then that will prevent the garlic compounds from making into your bloodstream. And then you'll be breeding them out through your lungs every time he he pre that your husband so do it. Quick the heart of this question. It's about her. Relationship actually is not about garlic. Well she's basically saying is I'm imposing. hosing something my husband finds physically repellent onto him. I mean it's not someone it's not someone who can really avoid your physical space your husband I presume you live with him. Effectively simply using garlic as contraceptive sleep in separate veteran or another. Another thing that is to help is if you drink green tea after you've eaten the garlic or if you drink full fat milk as ways you could combine them to make much latitude for the ultimate enter the ocean but the thing is is well like some of these things you're describing will remove the taste in her mouth and one of the things that she clearly really enjoys you know. She doesn't like thinking of garlic but she enjoy the truth. Is If you. If you're the kind of person who enjoys eating raw garlic pastor. You probably quite enjoy that kind of lingering during garlicky feeling your mouth as well tough shit like this. The compromise isn't it. She would have to sacrifice the pleasure of her own garlic breath after eating eating the garlic meal but she could still eat garlic mail. It's actually out and John McCain you about and sacrifice in fact is another question of food from Elizabeth who who says only wants me this. Is it acceptable to take unopened food. For example small jars of jam left on a hotel breakfast tray in a corridor outside outside. Someone's room a justified doing this. Once thinking that the hotel might otherwise be throwing it away super relatable this absolutely and sometimes even thinking thinking while they haven't really touched those chips. What do you do just to clarify? Haven't they haven't slept in this bed. They have avenue in his. My answer to this is yes. It is acceptable to take unopened. Small Jars of jammed. Take that particular example from a hotel L. Corridor and I'll tell you helen for why that way although it is true that one shouldn't go around swiping opened gems from a restaurant or like even the the breakfast buffet at the very same hotel with the very same little jam jars. It wouldn't really be called. Put those in your pocket. I would say the reason is those are clearly clearly intended to be eaten at breakfast. They clearly intended to beaten in a specific way at the point of requirement. However a couple of jars on a tray in a room service audit that's fine portion which has been attributed to and paid for by Aghast to now doesn't want them they paid over the odds for them so they have paid for them and the hotel isn't going to throw them away like Elizabeth is suggesting is a bogus justification but the hotel does consider them spent? The hotel has not whether that jam gets eaten or not they. They have been accounted for. Also the hotel might throw them away they might throw away everything that has been an trae just in case one has pistol over the jam jar. I mean I've spoken to people who works in hotels and I doubt it but maybe but I think it is actually not your job to consider the circulation of Jam Hotel. It is your job to consider has about jammed been paid for. Does the recipient wanted. Is it reasonable for me to take and I would say in that specific example it is give it a good life if with you Elizabeth. But here's the thing that I would say to you when you take home months later and you get it out the fridge. It doesn't feel like the naughty delicious treat that you thought it would when you stole it it never does it. Just tiny jam is just a small amount of jam. Is that because you feel when you take it. You feel all this'll be a treat. I won't be eating any of that large bottle jammed from the supermarket anymore. What good grief? Look at me with my my individually wrapped artisanal jam. No when you actually get out of the fridge you just think oh this is like when I steal the Sasha catch up from McDonalds but it's an needlessly small portion Russian and I feel cheap I feel like Elizabeth is asking the.
"daniel row" Discussed on KOMO
"System called in to report that they think they found a deceased body one issues part way down one capital a cave instigator so anyone who is in the area Saturday night may be able to provide more information on what happened I'm C. Romero starting today solo drivers can reserve a spot at a crowded king county park and ride if they want to pay sixty to ninety dollars a month this permit program that were launching today is totally optional Daniel row with mattresses the permits are good starting December second at nine county park and rides including shoreline Redman and can more nearly half the bridge is owned by the city of to come are either obsolete or deficient with most still in use Josh deep man with to come a public works as five bridges are considered structurally deficient the ones that are structurally deficient are ones that we inspect on a more frequent basis typically because some other elements of deteriorated or their age for we want to inspect the more frequently deep until the state transportation commission that one third of to come as bridges are more than eighty years old with seventy five year lifespans owning up I'm Brian Calvert with the local wine makers banding together to help their counterparts in fire ravaged California five oh farmer in a rocking chair with our triple a traffic what's it look like out there it's getting heavy and we have a problem in the express lanes northbound I. five just past Lake City way it's a broken down vehicle in the left lane so stop and go traffic from a Ravenna I want to get past it though not bad and then up towards north gate don't you join the main line it looks good in about like terrorists do see some slowdowns in ever though right around sixtieth street southeast towards highway to south all four oh five and they'll be that solid from northeast eighth down to coal creek parkway was built by twenty struggles from the east side amat lakes up at one six seven is still pretty tough from south of highway eighteen often on past twenty fourth often on Castelli said and then twenty fourth down into view all of south on I five is solid traffic from highway eighteen to the port of Tacoma road east bound by twelve is going to be sluggish from steel street towards golden given road next come much traffic at five fourteen Shannon o'donnell has your forecast well happy Monday everybody is spent a beauty definitely L. uplifting one in terms of the weather still mainly sunny an oddly quiet.
"daniel row" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"Daniel Rouse Amazon Jefferson Graham from USA Today Chris Albrecht from the spoon and Ben Fox Ruben of CNN. We get real time reactions from the Amazon product launch in Seattle. Hello OVOID BOT nation. This is your host. Brett Casella and I'm just back from a trip to Seattle for the now annual Amazon product launch event there were more than eighty announcements made during the day up from seventy last year Amazon and its divisions introduced fourteen new products and we saw several from third parties ranging from third reality to Hamilton Beach in my interviews views. We mostly cover the key product demonstrations largely because those are what received the most prominent in the onstage demonstrations after the four interviews. I have a segment in my analysis will conclude this week's episode be sure to share your thoughts and ideas here on twitter and linked in the first of my forecast is Daniel Rouse. He's he's Amazon's vice president of smart home. He's the most senior person from Amazon. We've had on the podcast thus far and giving his portfolio speaks with authority on Amazon's products in on their strategy. I know you're going to appreciate his insights in the first segment next up is Jefferson Graham of USA Today. Jeff is an expert in consumer tech reviews just about everything in offers unique insights and how the announcements from Amazon fit into the larger tech product landscape we Jefferson on last year for the Amazon product demand event and it was really great to give thoughts again after another year of Amazon expansion and the smart home and voice activated space third. Today's lineup is Chris Crispell Brek. He is writer at the spoon. He's the leading publication on food tech. I invited Kris to join the interview today because he's able to offer some unique insights into a few of the announcements from the event such as Amazon's new smart partnership with Food Network in even how echo buds will help you navigate a whole foods market. That was a really interesting demonstration. I have to say closing out. The interviews is Ben Fox. Ruben have seen it. He is seen as Amazon reporter with a long tenure intact attack and business reporting gives an uncommonly deep and broad understanding of Amazon and it was great to get him to weigh in on the recent events around Lexa Echo products addicts and privacy. I will then follow up the interviews with some of my own analysis. The newly announced products and services okay. Let's get started. First off is Daniel route vice president of SMART Home Amazon. ooh Okay breckon seller here. I am at the Amazon Alexa Product launch event. I don't even know if that's the official name. Is there an official name Daniel Jonathan. Is there an official name okay so this is the annual gathering now at the spheres that Amazon rolls out seventy eighty different announcements including new products and updates to products. I and I'm here with Daniel row. She was vice president overseeing all of the smart home initiatives for Amazon Daniel. Thank you for joining me super happy to be here okay so we've had an opportunity to talk a couple of times in the past and I think a lot of things that we talked about. We see a lot more of today so tell me what happened today. It's a continuation of your existing strategy and what happened today. In terms of the announcements that you think of his new I think there were kind of two broad themes as I say at one you saw saw US carrying Alexa along everywhere customers are asking for so you saw announcements about integrations with GM bringing Alexa deeply into another automaker in a great integration you saw Alexa on the dough with a whole set of wearable products that we announced today in our pods in frames in lieu so that's about selects ubiquity you saw US bring Echo studio out which is a great new echo for your home dot with the clock. You know all the traditional ways that you the peculiar announcements I guess if you'll call them that from Amazon here bringing Alexa every corner of the home and beyond that customers are asking for that sort of the first bucket as I associate I think the other bucket and the one that frankly spend most of my day job on is the smart home making it the three things we talked about today we're making it simpler making it smarter overall and making it safer for customers and there we had a whole series of announcements you know the first bucket on simpler. We WanNa make it so that any human can use a smart art home product. You don't have to be a hacker smart programmer. We announced a programme called certified for humans today so that we can make smart more approachable and we had a whole succession of announcements about making Alexa smarter through things like hunches and safer through things like Alexa Guard okay so let's talk about that certified for humans because because that has to do with Alexa connect kit but it's a lot more than that that's right so our notion with the sort of peculiar name is that the only only prerequisite for the smart home should be that your human being so we convene what we called non expert panel basically no. It directors allowed folks that would self admittedly say they're just unfortunate with technology and we basically had them test these products themselves a hundred percent of our panel channel was able to set up the Amazon smart plug with frustration free setup in two minutes the first time so we knew that these products would hit the bar. It's a it's a program over for a dozen criteria that we use to make sure that these products are truly simple and easy to use okay so setup is a big part of that but you explain to me earlier that it goes beyond setup so setups really important but what is it beyond setup. It's important for this certified for humans well. I'll tell you you know you want to make sure that those products stay connected. They're reliable and they don't have Gotcha. So I think a lot of smart home products today you end up thinking they're smart you get them set up through a bunch of arcane processes and a bunch of steps. APPs with your smartphone and then there's some Gotcha you have to pause using your door lock to wait for a software update when you're dumb door lock worked better in that moment when you can just use your hand and so I think those gotcha frustrating for customer so the certified for humans criteria include a ton of reliability requirements requirements like like software updates need to happen in the background when customers aren't using the product so we've got a lot about built into the program knowing that customers care about reliability and no Gotcha okay okay so last year you made a lot of headlines by introducing a microwave and some people thought it was funny. Some people thought it was I guess serious and maybe that you were going to go l. In start trying to kill off the most important categories that sell three Amazon dot com tell me a little bit about the Alexa connects kit and the chip and what you're doing along those lines and what we see with the Amazon oven in the microwave and what the real intention of those is the the the intention with the microwave last year and the Amazon smart of this is of course to build a great consumer product. That's our best selling microwave what we launched last year. It's a four point one star a product. We sophisticated that product by making a foreign one of in this year in the Amazon Smart Evan but of course the real story is having the pervasiveness of Alexa control in the home home for customers that want that and so the Alexa connected is what enables any manufacturer and developer to suddenly become overnight a developer of smart products. They don't have to worry about building cloud services. They simply integrate this chipset in series with their existing microcontrollers so that say fan or a light or anything in your home that uses power can become smart overnight through the integration of this chip. It's truly amazing for developers we when we launched the UK last year we had over a thousand developers expressed interest within weeks and now we're working with hundreds of developers to bring products to market so this year we already have that we've seen launch and there are launching in coming weeks a connected smart. Christmas tree where you can put it into candy cane mode. We've got a slow cooker. We've got an air freshener from procter in gamble. We've got of course our own smart oven and you'll see sort of this whole Conga line of products coming out over the next year from hundreds of developers working with the A. C. K. okay. I think a lot of people don't realize that the Amazon us. I don't remember the name of it but the microwave the Amazon oven don't have have microphones. That's right yeah.
"daniel row" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"Daniel rows of Amazon Jefferson Graham from USA. Today Chris Albrecht from the spoon and Vox Ruben of CNN we get real time reactions from the Amazon product launch in Seattle from seventy last year Amazon and its divisions introduced fourteen new products and we saw several from third parties ranging from third reality to Hamilton Beach in my views we mostly cover the key product demonstrations largely because those are what received the most prominence in the onstage demonstrations after the four interviews I have a segment analysis will conclude this week's episode be sure to share your thoughts and ideas here on twitter and linked in the first of my guess is Daniel Rouse he's Amazon's vice president of smart home he's the most senior person from Amazon we've had on the podcast thus far and giving his portfolio speaks with authority on Amazon's products on their strategy I know you're going to appreciate his insights in the first segment next up as Jefferson Graham of USA Today Jeff is an expert in consumer tech reviews just about everything in offers unique insights and how the announcements from Amazon fit into the larger tech product landscape we Jefferson on last year for the Amazon Products Event and it was really great to give thoughts again after another year of Amazon expansion and the smart home and voice activated space third. Today's lineup is crispell Brek he is writer at the spoon he's the leading publication on food tech. I invited Kris to join the interview today because he's able to offer some unique insights into a few of the announcements from the event such as Amazon's new smart oven partnership with food network in even how echo buds will help you navigate a whole foods market that was a really interesting demonstration. I have to say closing out the interviews is Ben Fox Ruben of CNN he is seen as Amazon reporter with a long tenure in attack and business reporting gives an uncommonly deep and broad understanding of Amazon and it was great to get him to weigh in on the recent events around Lexa Echo addicts and privacy I will then follow up the interviews with some my own analysis of the newly announced products and services okay let's get started first off is Dan new route vice president of smart Home Amazon Ooh Okay reconciler here I am at the Amazon Alexa Product launch event I don't even know if that's the official name is there an official name Daniel Jonathan is there an official name okay this is the annual gathering now at the spheres that Amazon rolls out seventy eighty different announcements including new products and updates the product I and I'm here with Daniel row she was vice president overseeing all of the smart home initiatives for Amazon Daniel Thank you for joining me super happy to be here we've had an opportunity to talk a couple of times in the past and I think a lot of things that we talked about we see a lot more of today so tell me what happened today it's a continuation of your existing strategy and what happened today in terms of the announcements that you think of his new I think there were kind of two broad themes as I say at one saw US carrying Alexa along everywhere customers are asking for so you saw announcements about integrations with GM bringing Alexa deeply into another automaker in a great integration you saw Alexa on the dough with a whole set of wearable products that we announced today in our pods in frames in lieu so that's about Uh Alexi ubiquity you saw US bring Echo studio out which is a great new echo for your home dot with the clock you know all the traditional ways the the peculiar announcements I guess if you'll call them that From Amazon here bringing Alexa every corner of the home and beyond that customers are asking for that sort of the first bucket associate I think the other bucket and the one that frankly most of my day job on is the smart home making it the three things we talked about today were making it simpler making it smarter overall and making it safer for customers and there we had a whole series of announcements you know the first bucket on simpler we wanna make it so that any human can use art home product you don't have to be a hacker smart programmer we announced a programme called certified for humans today so that we can make smart more approachable and we had a whole succession of announcements about making Alexa smarter through things like hunches and safer through things like Alexa Guard. Okay so let's talk about that certified for humans because that has to do with Alexa connect kit but it's a lot more than that that's right so our notion with the sort of peculiar name is that the only prerequisite for the smart home should be that your human being so we convene what we called non expert panel basically no it directors allowed folks that would self admittedly say they're just unfortunate with technology and we basically had them test these products themselves a hundred percent of our channel was able to set up the Amazon smart plug with frustration free set up in two minutes the first time so we knew that these products would hit the bar it's a it's a program for a dozen criteria that we use to make sure that these products are truly simple and easy to use okay so setup is a big part of that but you explain to me earlier that it goes beyond setup so sounds really important but what is it beyond setup it's important for this certified for humans well I'll tell you you know you want to make sure that those stay connected they're reliable and they don't have Gotcha so I think a lot of smart home products today you end up thinking they're smart you get them set up through a bunch of arcane processes and a bunch of stuff apps with your smartphone and then there's some Gotcha you have to pause using your door lock to wait for a software update when you're dumb door lock worked better in that when you can just use your hand and so I think those gotcha frustrating for customer so the certified for humans criteria include a ton of reliability requirements requirements like software updates need to happen in the background when customers aren't using the product so we've got a lot of that built into the program knowing that customers care about reliability and no Gotcha okay so last year you made a lot of headlines by introducing a microwave and some people thought it was funny some people thought it was I guess serious and maybe that you were going to L. in start trying to kill off the most important categories that sell three Amazon dot com tell me a little bit about the Alexa connects kit and the chip and what you're doing along those lines and what we see with the Amazon oven in the microwave and what the real intention of those the the the intention with the microwave last year and the Amazon smart of in this year is of course to build a great consumer product that's our best selling microwave what we launched last year it's a four point one a product we sophisticated that product by making a foreign one of in this year in the Amazon Smart Evan but of course the real story is having the pervasiveness of Alexa control in home for customers that want that and so the Alexa connected is what enables any manufacturer and developer to suddenly become overnight a developer of smart products they don't have worry about building cloud services they simply integrate this chipset in series with their existing microcontrollers so that say fan or a lights or anything in your home that uses power can become smart overnight through the integration of this chip it's truly amazing for developers we when we launched the UK last year we had over a thousand developers expressed interest within weeks and now we're working with hundreds of developers to bring products to market so this year we already have that we've seen launch and there are launching in coming weeks a connected smart Christmas tree where you can put it into candy cane mode we've got a slow cooker we've got an air freshener from procter in gamble we've got of course our own smart oven and you'll see sort of this whole Conga line of products coming out over the next year from hundreds of developers working with the okay I think a lot of people don't realize that the Amazon US I don't remember the name of it but the microwave the Amazon oven don't have microphones that's right yeah you and in fact we're we're we're helping customers this year by shipping every unit of the smart with dot so that customers are able to take the Alexa integration right out of the box customers put Alexa all over their kitchen and to every corner of their home and we didn't want to necessarily add microphones to the kitchen we most customers honestly they're interested in Alexa kind of already have one there that's the dominant placement in the home when I also think about this idea that the engineering being behind the fairfield speech recognition is pretty is pretty substantial job and I think about as a way to allow the Pints makers to get into the market much more easily that's right we sort of abstract away the complexity of making a full Alexa end point right you don't have to deeply bed Alexa in your product you can take advantage of the Alexa endpoints customers already have and build your smart product that connects to Alexa seamlessly that's generated a whole Alexa Konami you heard earlier announcements today we've now measured that in billions of dollars being thrown off for developers that doesn't count a single Amazon device or Sir purpose we just know that flowing through this economy of smart devices and skills and software and sort of everything surrounding Alexei you cannot measure him billions of dollars when you think of small hard home and the products that you've been rolling out so microwave it's a good it's a good demonstration product how does that then help you with other product areas where people are saying well I don't know I could wait are they then thinking well if I wait too long maybe Amazon come into my market maybe I should get on it now well I think we're we'll go invent anywhere that we think we can do something differentiated for customers but really the point of the oven or the microwave and the AC K. is to walk the potential for third party developers I think you see this vibrant ecosystem of eighty five thousand products that Alexa can connect to just in assembly of last year that was around thirty thousand and the December before that it was four thousand so you know I think that's a testament to both the invention that we see from developers the potential for developers that consumers are showing and also just all of the room that there is to invent for those developments so you told me that maybe you were mildly surprised at how L. The smart plug did last year what do you see with this new crop of products that you think might be a sleeper well I believe that these wearable products are going to be true hits I think you know the difference between some of these wearables and your phone is that they don't abstract you away from the world around you I pull my phone in my pocket I literally connect to my phone and I disconnect with the world you put on something like the frames or you wear a loop on your finger for a day or even just wear the ear pods with past pastor mode on the ECO pods. You're you stay connected to the world around you but you have the power of that voice assistant right they're available to you anytime you want it so I think probably one of the big stories are wearables I'd say the other one in terms of the products that we build is echo studio the sound from this one hundred ninety nine dollars speaker you heard it yourself bread today when we we filled the spheres that were sitting in now with a single echo studio product it's you just amazing sound so I think of our own products those are definitely I believe going to be the hits Generali's from Amazon thank you so much for sharing your perspective with the voice about podcasts audience thanks a lot reconciler here at the Amazon Alexa Product Launch Event and Jefferson Graham here from USA Today's with me I've been on the podcasts before an astute observer of all things Consumer Tech Jefferson Graham thanks for joining me thank you great senior Guy Okay this is our how annual rendezvous where we get to talk about what Amazon is trying to do in the industry there were a lot of announcements now as told by Daniel rash let's start with that well first of all they didn't announce all eighty in our ninety minute presentation anounced a bunch of them I bet you'd in our presentation if there was twenty L. We'd be alive happened so fast okay so you were trying to write stories for Your Day job while we're while we're listening to all that what were the things that stood out to you said Yeah I Alexa glasses which is a beautiful idea for anybody who's ever tried video glasses and said well it's my way I can't say anything is bothersome they also speak to you at the same time so that is actually a way more useful product the thing about the classes it's the novelty the ear buds is a product that is also remember that apple doesn't own the entire world apple I end.
"daniel row" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"Should i also walk the door. <hes> and i don't know maybe i'm just like super jaded journalists at this border like or i have you know skepticism just you you know <hes> built in to me but it freaks me out a little bit right. This all led me to just ask daniel row. Whether there are any teams uh-huh inside of the smart home division of amazon that sort of listen to skeptics and then like maybe their their main goal is to like work back from those fears and make sure they're building although safeguards around those fears are evaluating the fears of what could go wrong and his response was very quick and very straightforward and it was essentially no jason like we <hes> we start from a place of optimism <hes> and essentially essentially like yeah we we hear the skeptics but like they're over here and wherever here creating just amazing optimistic futures that's interesting and it makes me wonder what the real real concern should actually be on the part of consumers because once again there's so many levels of this where you're you're talking futurists that are telling you we'll. Why couldn't this be our future. Sure may not be happening now but it could be the future but what is happening right. Now that we know for a fact is that there have been scattered incidents in one in particular that made a lot oughta the news <hes> about a conversation a private conversation being erroneously inadvertently recorded sent to that person's contact crate and and it was a professional contact to not even right at the end of the day all sort of horrified by the idea of what we think is our private home conversation being sentenced just a person our contacts being shared more widely like sort of with the world <hes> and then you know more recently there have been stories about how there are folks inside these companies at amazon and google and apple which all have voice assistance that are actually listening to these supposedly anonymous snippets of information snippets the voice queries in order to help train the is the is better and now some of the companies are starting to come out finally after pressure and say okay. We're not gonna do that anymore. We're going to do differently or here's the explicit selena around that so. There's that level of concern too. So what do you think actually right now if you if you if you had to put your futurist hat on what is actually the biggest thing we should be thinking about with with alexa and how it is you know in our homes in our lives. Yeah i think <hes> acknowledging like when you buy one of these things you should dude. You should be telling yourself that like there's a good chance there's someone out there who has access to this right. I mean is listening to this. <hes> there's been nothing over the last few years that have convinced me that consumers on on a whole will pullback on their own from something that is convenient because they're worried about privacy and who knows five years from now. I just think i think at a high level <hes> it just seems like there's a trade off going on convenience over sort of personal freedom so unfortunately we're almost out of time but i did want to ask you. Can you give us a little teaser reserve for what we can expect in future episodes so there will be an episode all about competition on the amazon platform what that looks like. We talked to some c._e._o.'s of big week brands that have pulled off of amazon. I also traveled to kansas to one of the towns where amazon had it first one of its first warehouses <hes> and then left a few years ago to see what amazon's impact is unlike many tech companies amazon. <hes> has a physical impact on many many dozens over one hundred communities across the u._s._o. Wanted explore that and last we we've a whole episode about automation and robotics inside of amazon's warehouses. What is the endgame there. We talked to people who who who think they've solved..
"daniel row" Discussed on Land of the Giants
"So we were just talking with Amy Webb and she was telling us about all the data Amazon's collecting and trying to figure out why it's collecting it definitely to make decisions for us maybe even to understand Howard feeling and someday to provide healthcare to us but also the draws deeper and deeper into of Amazon ecosystem that might be a good thing or might not of course Amazon's GonNa tell us. It's a good thing yeah I'm Daniel row. Sh <hes> been at Amazon bit over nine years and I'm currently the vice president of smart home and what does Amazon smart home meet. I think you know at its most basic level our ideas that there are a lot of different ways that will use technology to make customers lives simpler more convenient safer safer in their homes will be able to save them time and money will be able to offer delightful new experiences so that's really the at the foundational level what we aspire to with smartphone okay. Let's listen to these ideas again. Make customers lives simpler offered delightful new experiences. I've been covering having Amazon for six years now and it's always really interesting to listen to the language executives use whatever you think of the company they are very aligned in their vocabulary. Sorry in the context of Alexa we talk about we use towards actually ambient and ubiquitous ambient and ubiquitous. I think that basically means it's everywhere and in fact Amazon refers to its own vision for Alexa as Alexa everywhere will we we find customers that like the Alexa voice interface doing is finding ways to get it around their homes so that might be <hes> Echo spot you know as.
"daniel row" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Out on the pike to four ninety five north to New Hampshire through the Hampton tolls as well as down four ninety five south to Cape Cod, and certainly will see plenty of volume over the born in sag more bridges as well. All right. So far, so good. I say that now we'll talk to Mike king in a moment about the traffic. But you're thinking is going to get pretty hot out there and just a little bit. Well we're seeing that Thursday evening is now a major Cape escape night. I think we've seen that in recent years, and even on a typical weekend in the summer my friends down on the Cape. Tell me that Thursday night is really the big night for a rival. So I think we're gonna see volume Bill through the evening as people try to get a jump on the unofficial start of summer weekend. Mary Maguire you've been a friend of WBZ's for years. Thank you, and welcome summer, unofficially. That's right. Happy summer. Traffic out with you travel. Taffy summer are a triple as Mary, Maguire updating the water main break on State Street in Boston. This hour stayed abroad will stay closed during tonight's rush. Hour commute between merchants and Chatham. Row commuters. Walkers should avoid this area and a Rhode Island man accused of robbing a Bank in Somerville. Appears in federal court in Boston now locked up on no bail. WBZ's James Rojo says the manhunt. Finally, ended this morning in arrest, three weeks after the craw thirty two year old Daniel row salvo is facing several felonies, including one count of armed Bank robbery and being a felon in possession of a gun. He's from Rhode Island and has a criminal history. That includes assault with a dangerous weapon. The FBI believes he's the one who robbed Middlesex federal savings on may first and fired around at an officer who tried stopping them. No one was hurt. DNA apparently links thorough salvo to the backpack that was left behind at the scene inside a gun and five hundred dollars cash James Rojo, stubby, Boston's NewsRadio, and in Washington, the Senate has passed. Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey's anti robo-call Bill by margin of ninety seven to one overwhelmingly in favour, Marquis, calling it the strongest anti Roby robo-call Bill in history. Of course, the house has its own Bill to crack down on robo calls are let's call up Mike right now. Now for a check of the roads as we check traffic and weather together. And again, we are seeing some intense thunderstorm activity in western central Massachusetts, but Michaels dark with you. We just had Mary on the line. She thinks it's going to get pretty trafficky soon. What's going on? With your Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Yet Laurie we've got delays on the Cape. But they're not what you would think here, three south is good at the sagamore bridge, we've got delays getting off the Cape crooked, explain this twenty eight north jammed almost two miles to the Bourne bridge heading off Cape. And we've got delays on the Cape as well, route six westbound jammed up a couple of miles through Harwich. This is a crash after exit ten, it's got eastbound delays back towards exit nine so elsewhere, the expressway south crawling out of the tunnel most of the way down to the split. Northbound grind furnace brook Parkway past neponsit than approaching the tunnel to the west four ninety five south standstill, route twenty down to a crash at the mass turnpike involving attractive trailer state of the left to get by there up to the north. Let's see route one's doing with your mom Ray insurance. Throw report. It's not good here. Route one on the northbound side stacks up at Sargent street in revere, and it really doesn't let loose after that heavy and slow most of the way up through Saugus toward the lynnfield tunnel. Really, not much in the way of breaks of running room. Kristen the Maasai insurance rotor for four ninety five south is jammed up over four miles Lawrence down into end over with a left lane crash down after ninety three Mike king WBZ's traffic on the threes. And of course, rain doesn't help. We are seeing that rain in some thunderstorm activity right now, over Westfield, Massachusetts and moving across Amherst, and the central.
"daniel row" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Eight degrees. Mostly cloudy skies on this Thursday afternoon. Good afternoon on Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening to a water main break buckles, the road and causes of big traffic mass in downtown Boston. Let's go back to WBZ's Karyn regal live from St. street with an update Karen. Jackhammers are just hammering away here at stake. Three broad street, ripping up the road here just a couple of hundred feet away from the scene of the Boston massacre site where the lion and the unicorn of watching everything gets done. You're getting a little closer on sold of making the way down through the strait. Jackie embers just down the street to find out for safely what the problem is. And what exactly went wrong that made something underneath the street? The water. At such a rate that it made the pavement burst upward by several inches. We're talking eight to twelve inches. One woman told me she visiting from Miami. She's doing all the tourist things that founded just fun painting erupted here on State Street. Almost pretty year. She made her way up toward city hall. The water running down towards the harbour now. Interested in traffic. You probably don't really care, what caused the problem you want to know how long this people closed. The answer is at least the afternoon brush, not the best timing today, the Thursday before Memorial Day, we really just roll it, and John Bufton Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio are Karen, we'll check the ride and your your roads coming up. But we do have this story conquer. Police are on scene at the NBA commuter rail station and concord right now where a person has been struck by a train. We know that Boston metflight has been called to Sudbury road at throw road in concord. Details. Still scares. No word yet on the condition of the victim. Fitchburg trains, for sixteen four eleven are stopped for police activity in the area will have more as it develops here on WBZ NewsRadio in the iheart radio app. Later this hour road. I. Island man accused of robbing a Bank in Somerville, will appear in the federal courthouse in Boston to face charges. James Rojo says the manhunt ended today in arrest, three weeks after the cry thirty two year old Daniel row salvo is facing several felonies, including one count of armed Bank robbery and being a felon in possession of a gun. He's from Rhode Island and has a criminal history. That includes assault with a dangerous weapon. The FBI believes he's the one who robbed a Middlesex federal savings on may first and fired around at an officer who tried stopping him. No one was hurt. DNA apparently links Rossello to the backpack that was left behind at the scene inside a gun and five hundred dollars cash James Rojo, stubby, Z, Boston's NewsRadio authorities are investigating a middle school student found with bullets in New Hampshire. They say a sixth grade student at the cooperative middle school in Exeter had to live twenty two caliber bullets this morning. No gun. They don't believe. There was any danger to the school. The principal says parents is time to talk to your kids about what not to bring to school. Governor Baker, and mayor Walsh among the dignitaries on the common today in Boston honoring servicemembers for Massachusetts killed in a line of duty since nine eleven WBZ's. Chris pharma says it's become a tradition for the city for the tenth consecutive year. A large swath of Boston common is adorned with red white and blue dotted with tens of thousands of American flags. The touching tribute is a labor of love for Tom Crowe, Han, president of the Massachusetts military heroes fund in organization responsible for the flag garden each year..
"daniel row" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty three degrees, cloudy skies in Boston at twelve o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. Begin this noon in downtown Boston, where water is rushing right now through parts of the financial district to a water main break Boston police say the main broke last hour at the intersection of state, and broad streets. Very busy place to be at this hour, seeing photos and video in the newsroom of this water from the break the pressure of which is actually causing the roadway to buckle and crack in some spots, traffic right now being detoured in the area already seeing some big delays downtown in Boston are Karyn. Regal is on her way to the scene right now. Keep it right here to WBZ radio. We'll get you updates as they get in and a report from Karen as she gets to the scene. Of course, if you're out of the car, maybe walking around getting some sun, you can always stream us on the iheartradio app. We'll twelve a one after nearly three weeks. The men hunt is over. WBZ's James row Haas reports. The suspect accused of robbing a Bank in Somerville this month before shooting in an officer is under arrest. Thirty two year old Daniel row salvo is facing several felonies, including one count of armed Bank robbery and being a felon. Possession of a gun. He's from Rhode Island and has a criminal history. That includes assault with a dangerous weapon. The FBI believes he's the one who robbed a Middlesex federal savings on may first and fired around at an officer who tried stopping him. No one was hurt. DNA apparently links Rossello to the backpack that was left behind at the scene inside a gun and five hundred dollars cash James Rojo, stubby, Z, Boston's NewsRadio celebrity, chef Mario batali do in Boston tomorrow, but not for a celebrity appearance. He'll be in a courtroom facing criminal indecent assault charge related to an incident two years ago. One of his restaurants, according to the globe court documents show, the woman involved told police, the batali, Astra force, selfie when she did. She says he kissed her touched her groin and groped her chest all without consent. Tallies been under fire in recent months for sexual misconduct. Even earlier this year, selling his stake in his restaurants due to these accusations, an attorney for batali telling the globe on this incident. He's denying it and. Tis the season, of course, for shark activity off our coastlines scientists this week, keeping their eyes on one called cabinet. The shark with pinged yesterday just south.
"daniel row" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Of the airtime for Ron Wilson. Rhonda's a national gardening show talks about landscaping and gardens, and I have to say Ron there's probably not a whole lot gardening going on unless you're in the deep south right now. Deep south deep deep south deep south unless you're gardening indoors. Indoor's can grow micro greens lettuce spinach root crops and don't forget about three weeks ago. We had a book on our show. It's called no waste gardening. Using kitchen scraps to grow things in your kitchen. You want me to take my kitchen scraps and re-grow them like you can take you could take literally like give for instance, green onions. Okay. You know, they've always got a little bit of route left on the body use the greens and you need, right. Leave about an inch of the white at the bottom plant that in a four inch pot four of them. Guess what? Regrows the onion the onion that takes a while takes about three or four weeks. Yeah. Also in the right back up again. Take your scissors snip off you can cut and come those again, probably two or three times. Garlic the same way. You get a garlic cloves starts to grow. Don't throw it away pot it up and then use the garlic green, not the clove. But use the guarded glean green, so close for the greens are the greens for the greens talking. Okay. Okay. But you can do all kinds of stuff from the kitchen, and you can regard is great for the kids, and you know, your, grandchildren. They don't have a swing set to play on at your house. That could be something that they could do indoors during the winter. Is to have those grandkids growing things in your kitchen. They're growing thing. I think is doesn't get too hot. Viruses. They grow well under my sinus passages, isn't that? Amazing. Oh, my grandkids. Go on me say they're killing me. Killing me just about this time. Did your kids do that? When they were little I don't remember that happening. Yeah. I do. It would make me sick. No. Because we were immune to it at that point living out of it. Yeah. We're on our little desert island and then every now and then shots. But they're still fun. Yeah. They are. But anyway, indoor gardening. It's real easy to do. And you don't need, you know, you can use grow lights, and they're always more expensive. And of course, now they have the new LED grow lights which expensive expensive. Yeah. But they have the same range of light that plants like, yeah. As a matter of fact, you that? What is that? You be. The light. Yes. But you have to look at depending on what you're growing what LED lights that you use. You can't. But but they are available now and a lot of greenhouses are using them. But they're a little more expensive lasts longer. And obviously don't use like trysofi. Right. And they aren't they don't influence the heat, obviously, the searchers as well. But you can use the old-fashioned shop light like you've gotta were top of your workbench, and you can use those and use a warm and cool tube in there. Yeah. Covers all the spotlight spectrum than you need for growing just about anything. And so that's the word. Yeah. So how's your point? So look right now, actually, it looks very good. Now, I still looking great. And you know, what's funny about my? I only have one this year. I didn't get I only brought one home. What are you sleep with it or what? No, it's in the living room. It's it's off of the eastern windows a little morning sun. But it's right by the back door and one of the things I always talk about is don't put him by cold drafts or he drafts. It's right by the back door. Never bothers it. Well, it's well weather stripped that day when I came over bed for you. I did that you know, that that is a matter of fact, you that's what I think you everytime. I close the door. Yeah. Because you said that's great. You really got. 'cause I can't close if the screen door chloride, right? I can't so tight sealed up. So well that was a good job. That's a good, man. So I think you everytime. I try to thank you. But anyway, my point said, it looks great still has green leaves on the bottom you dropped off here and there, but it's still. My plan. I can't even here. It's gone. I try every year. I can't do it. I just I'm just not. I don't nurture read didn't fall off. No Greenlee, and you didn't want it anymore because it had some bear stand. Just start looking ugly. And if you bear stems on the bottom, the red Braxton are still there from Christmas. Yes. They were were they look great. They did pull the pull the foil up a little bit more didn't think to pull something else around us. You'll see those bare stems. I'm kind of done with Christmas. Most people are. I'm done. I'm done with. It was nice by lasted I'm gonna tell you. What if you wanna play if you wanna plan? Of course, you got Valentine's Day coming up on what you wanna plant to give to MRs Sullivan s that will last for quite some time flower for her for a long long time and all she has to do is watered about once a week. Orchid. All right. Let me tell you. She does not like, she doesn't know. And I like all the different kinds. I love sweet different colors. I love orchids they last. I mean, new people not like work. It's who I think, you know, the thing. What is like the pawn Saudia like with you? Because what's the flowers are done? Yeah. Who likes to foliage? It's only three or four leaves Daniel row doesn't look I think that's what it is. But a lot of people don't like him because of that throwing away. Right. Of course, if you held onto a chance, I get the flower again in another year, but they're the last for eight ten weeks easily. You knew what she does really good with not Kenya. Cactus. She gets us babies. The bloom every Chris fan. Every Christmas and they're beautiful. They're beautiful. And then we'll figure she takes care of those babies than she clips of flowers. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, they do they bloom Wrigley. Very nice succulents all those boy, that's one of the hottest trends right now for indoor plants she's trying to go. Well, MRs solids always been she's always been, you know, I think that's why you've always been trendy drag you along whether you're screaming or not she does. But those have been the hot plants were indoors. And of course, end or gardening now, especially with tropical plants it's back and remember back in the seventies. When you're younger, and I was just a kid. With amac romanced. I I. Yeah. Everybody had houseplants back then. Well, they're bad and trillions terrariums back to are. They oh, absolutely. Macro maze. Back to wait long enough. Back. But really at Austin, now's also I talk a lot about prepping for your spring projects..
"daniel row" Discussed on KOMO
"A contract can be reached a Omar basically said go ahead and announced they would bring in certified personnel from around the country to address a strike in Seattle EMT say they want higher pay because what they have to deal with every day like the out of control patient who stole and crashed an ambulance this week. But a MR says EMT's in Seattle only transport patients with non-life threatening conditions. They are not extensively trained. Paramedics romero. Komo news Jenny Durkan is encouraging the union and to go back to the bargaining. Table to avoid a strike by EMT's the mayor sent letters to both the union and AM are on Monday saying she hopes for a resolution to prevent a reduction in critical health and safety services. The city also says it's been preparing contingency plans for weeks in the event of a strike. But no details of the plans were given the a closure that starts a month. From today could mean more people using buses and trains to get to work. And that's why sound transit's Kimberly reason says you'll want to allow extra time back the trains to be extra full expect to maybe wait for another train a full train passes you up if you can work from home or travel during non peak hours and get to work on alternatives schedule. Those would be your best bet says sound transit buses will also fill up and might force you to wait for the next one. She suggests using the trip planner and even taking a practice run. If you've never ridden with them before remember, KOMO news. And we'll bring your place for traffic every ten minutes on the. Four is much more as we approach and work through the viaduct closure. And for commuters in west Seattle officials are trying a number of things to mitigate traffic among them extra sailings of the west Seattle water tax and a new program called ride to Daniel row is with metro transit's. You can wake up in the morning..
"daniel row" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The acclaimed jazz musician made the turn to children's television greenwich com the goal was to educate and entertain now the ride of paul revere set the nation on its ear bob dorough composed and sang many of the songs for schoolhouse rock in two thousand three he told me twice fresh air that the idea came from an advertising executive he worked with he said my little boy can sing along with jimi hendrix and the rolling stones would he can't memorize his multiplication tables so i had the idea why not put the multiplication tables to rock music call it multiplication rock what do you think is john's ninety three times eight is the timing was lucky tv producers have been hearing complaints from parents all over the country dorota k way are about it in two thousand six at the time then they solely to abc there was a huge uproar from parental groups writing letters given our children this crappy stuff every saturday morning kitchen do some good then we walked in this story board of threes magic number now the multiples of three come up three times and each seventeen and the firsthand you get three six nine and invitations ten it's twelve fifteen and eighteen and his son yeah i was intelligent in all the songs had to be exactly three minutes and was like factory daniel row was born in nineteen twentythree in cherry hill arkansas in the fifties he got involved in the new york chess scene where he recorded with miles davis like this classic blue xmas when you blew at christmas time you see all the waste all the sham all the haste and plain old bad taste baabda row continue to perform into his nineties for npr news michael hip in little rock sure up to box cocker's and making them run right and you're listening to row on wnyc and coming up next we are going to hear about a police officer who made a very different choice in toronto yesterday he could have killed the man who used that van who to mow down pedestrians but he didn't this instinct of this officer had not to kill to preserve the life of this man who he had every right to shoot there's something remarkable in that moment more on why the officer chose restraint coming up after news headlines tonight rain low around fifty currently it's fifty six degrees in central park columnist jonathan alter came on the.
"daniel row" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"White shot thirty six years old today jason williams white chocolate summit up on knbr today well you got protect your assets david hollander on golf we'll be on in the morning in the course patrick in the sport alone emission sports lou managers it couldn't work with my schedule this year because i'm doing all the warriors stuff and work until one in the morning on friday night bird pat with rod today during a terrific job on fits broach because i know you sound asleep right now i love you man he doing your damp bank all right also big game gambia 1050 larry kruger extensive pregame and then of course at a cow coverage with joe starkey on the call will be okay geo agent that is how we like to bring in the new day on the other side we're going to talk a little golden state warriors with daniel larue grill gm he also doesn't work for the app let it felt about the warriors are playing the sixers a little bit about the squad right now and ask why we haven't seen patrick mccaw and a couple of games on asking about some of the fouls last night i watched that foul on dream on at the end of the game i stand against fiery that ain't no foul man brian you saw that anal foul right at golf bad call bad call what do you think i will be making any shots as was my frustration ride the data malta line right they didn't mickey bigshots upbeat and that was fresh grind their in boston what do you expect yeah good point i but they are the twotime champion so maybe they could get a for can call all right we'll talk to daniel row next game beyond the night saturday morning on the route.
"daniel row" Discussed on KOMO
"Hanson the bill make sure that law enforcement knows when somebody cut to five fire on him by walking into account twenty carolina background and under the measure law enforcement would be notified right away so would survivors of domestic violence and prosecutors hanson says the measure won't cost a lot of tax dollars instead he says it mostly relies on existing notification channels so just number show fifty two percent of all homes in seattle our rentals that's part of the reason summer calling for a city commission on writers right scum oh's score when hate has more seattle draws on the expertise of over seventy boards and commissioned but this would be the first to give voice to home renters and their concerns about time supporters say considering ranchers here form the majority fifty two percent of housing you mets in seattle are rams william in some city council staffer introduces a bill to create a rangers commission joe says lack as director of capitol hill you go district he seeks to dispel the notion renters are not a civic lee engaged as owners surrenders we work with are the exact opposite of how some property honors would paint then they're engaged motivated committed of hits for all things that make neighborhoods great the seattle writers commission would address development and affordability issues along with transportation open space education and public health the council and mayor's office what a point the fifteen member commission if approved it would be the first rangers commission in the nation or when hate como news oh will it first a seemed unrelated to stabbing and are robbery involving two different suspects but has come was pete calms reports the suspects in those two cases apparently do have at least one thing in common olympia police identify the suspect his friend cole and daniel row at in both belong to the same white supremacist group whole is accused of rob like a man a come point last month making off with two hundred ninety five dollars in cash and a nine miller your hand gun police a cole is a repeat fallen recently released from present and in spite of that officer say they found a shock got next was pad when they rated as house on thursday roe was arrested last august he's accused of stabbing.
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