35 Burst results for "Edmonds"
Blistering Heat Wave Continues to Bake the Pacific Northwest
"Wouldn't want to hear any of these words in the weather forecast historic, dangerous, prolonged unprecedented, but that's exactly how the National Weather Service chose to describe the record breaking heat currently being experienced by millions in the Pacific Northwest. Want to wait in Tacoma, 1 13 around Puyallup, the South Hill grams at 1 10 Kent, Auburn about 1 11. Same thing in bottle and like I said, Farther east, you go Edmonds at 104. Monroe wants to homeless 1 10 to 1, 12. I mean, these are outrageous. These are just absolutely outrageous numbers for here. That's K I R. O s Nick Allard with the numbers for those close to Seattle. It got so hot that at one point, the U. S. Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon, had to be postponed as the trackside temperature closed in on 150 degrees. We'll get into the summer games later this hour. But first Jeff Barrett Deli is the meteorologist in climate specialists for CBS News on Twitter. He's known as at weatherproof. He joined us earlier today from Central Park in New York. And I started by asking him what meteorological conditions have led to such extreme weather. Yes, so the meteorology behind it is pretty interesting. Very wavy jet stream lots of undulations in the jet stream and basically, it's elongated from north to south. So when it does that it slows down, everything slows down. The whole pattern slows down and we end up with kind of a blocking scenario in the atmosphere and There's a very specific block going on right now in the Western U. S. And that's called an Omega block and an Omega block is a pretty textbook block. And really, it doesn't allow anything to move. So what happens is the the hot air kind of pools. Intensifies and circulates around. And right now that happens to be located across British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest. And so it's just sitting and spinning and intensifying. We'll the National
Edman Hits 2 HRs, Cards Beat White Sox 4-0 to Avoid Sweep
"Tom the admin homered twice to give the cardinals a two nothing lead in the four nothing shut out of the white Sox in Chicago I'm sure surprise a lot of people given my my stature but I know that I'm capable of hitting the ball that far and and hopefully as an indication of more to come this year Edmundo Sosa added a two run single in the ninth to help the cardinals win for just the second time in their last six games winning pitcher John Gant Dodge bases loaded jams in the first and third innings before pitching into the sixth scattering five hits and walking three Edmonds first home run was the only hit allowed by Carlos Roshan who worked six innings the AL central leading white socks were for ten with runners in scoring position I'm the ferry
Microsoft Teams Gets a Ton of New Features at Build 2021
"Microsoft teams has one hundred forty five million daily active users. Now so it's big fluid components in teams check can let us or send messages with like a table. Action item or lists those can even be collaboratively edited in chat fluid components can be copied and pasted now as well debs also get real time access to audio video streams if they wanna do programs that do transcription or translation. Other things like that there will also be some low code. Integrations with azure and edmonds will be able to buy third party app license. Subscriptions in the team's app store. Microsoft outlook on the web is getting message. Extensions tasks and microsoft graph can now index third party data. And have it appear in. Your company's internal search companies can also use graft add more information from more sources to employee profile. So it makes it easier for you to find the right person and know more about them in your your company intranet.
Tornadoes Cause Damage in Mississippi; Tupelo Hit at Night
"Multiple tornadoes cause damage across Mississippi Sunday destroying homes and uprooting trees and meteorologists say the region is in store for more severe weather tornadoes up behind significant damage in Pontotoc county gallon city and tupelo where residents have gone Wilford told WTVA he was home at the time mmhm Saito's into NATO give a con to that date they all I heard was wooded tomato siren going off and in that day I did who who who would man I doubt her bone bone bone bone figures of elves brand new home was lifted off its foundation and destroyed National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Edmonds did in Mississippi says they probably had more tornado damage than they anticipated and teams are out assessing me mom more severe weather is forecast we're looking for another potent upper level disturbance to move across the area I'm Julie Walker
The End of the Universe With Sarafina Nance
"Surfing vital to the survival of the species wall. That's a big question. Let's see I i think it's really important to ask big questions that anchor us and our perspective in the context of the universe so we can understand a little bit more about where we come from how we got here and you know whether we're alone weather How we can sort of traverse the cosmos and explore the rest of the universe so sort of these big questions that to me inform. Our humanity are really important to evolving as as cheesy and retaining a semblance of humanity as we move forward. I like it though his. We'll take words. Well that's perfect cool. You'll never be faulted for a lot of words this cast all i do is just ramble. On my editors god damnit another one. Yeah cool brought not alone. So let's get into this thing. Let's start by setting some context for folks surfing. How is the actual universe going to end. So the universe ghosts through different stages as it evolves and towards the edmonds the fate of the universe is basically that it is going to continue expanding and accelerating eating expansion forever and at that point so you know where hundreds of billions of years in the future. The space between each celestial object is going to get bigger and bigger and bigger and stretch until you have isolated stars and you have isolated planets and everything sort of cools and fades away until we're left to be plunged into darkness. Sounds like my typical friday.
Edmonds man sentenced to 3 years in prison for setting two Seattle police cars on fire
"Spend more than three years in prison for using Molotov cocktails. Burn two police cars during a protest that turned violent and downtown Seattle judge hand down the sentence after 21 year old Kelly Jackson pleaded guilty to charges against him. Ask you to say the fire's endangered hundreds of people in close proximity to the police cars that Jackson attack during a riot last May. Just over a
The Ford F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid
"Why not start with the biggest. Yeah i mean this was that we gave our edmonds talk right a truck towards the end of last year by finally got spencer longer time in over last week and then a few few days besides and yeah it's It's a lovely thing. I it's crazy when you think how trucks come on i mean this is basis This was this was like platinum. So it's the second to talk trade limits of the top trim but it had all the the hybrid system and loads of additional equipment at. It's just a it's a beautiful. You have the beds that lie flat. You know you'd these new you can hope for these seats that she basically turned into like a business bad many in most business class seats the little tables of fell out in the middle after push button guessed. It goes down and then you can fold out these tables. You know the The quality the leather just a fixed feels inside like a like a luxury car with tons and tons of space and glass roof eh. It goes all massage seats. Must have seats in fifty. He just took disciplines. You but it's a seventy full. This was a seventy four thousand dollar at its trailer. Anything that range. The belts at thirty grounding ghost serb about almost one hundred you know. He's almost kind of mad to think of it as an f. One fifty you've got almost kind of compartmentalize it but a great thing. I mean it drives. it drives. Well the the hybrid system is kind of nice to have around town but there is. It's not perfect. You feel as you do so many hybrids that little bit of that little bit of the transmission power train on refinements as it cuts from. Jim motor and back again. When it's what he's almost really generates emoji doesn't sound too great either but it's kind of nice to have at low speeds particularly if you kind of more not more urban centric like i The only thing that really makes it feel like a truck is just a a the physicality of the thing and be be the ride quality. You know you always that way. You realize you're in a truck and not next. Uv still dot. Kind of fairly fairly Ride right it's still has to toe in. Carry a payload which is actually interesting. Because i did when. I when i drove it at the ford event. I did grab one of the big trailers i grab one of the large like stream liner or. What do you call. I one of the big trailers and towed with it and a power boost towing was interesting because you know first of all it loads up that suspension which is actually more comfortable with with a bunch of weight hundred that it is without oftentimes and the combination of of the electric motors of getting you know getting onto the freeway. Up to speed or from a gecko i. I signed that of saw as a bit of it. Vantage having that low low. End torque yeah. Solids detaineees instantaneous. Just to get things moving not so. Yeah it's a cool thing and the only thing is what he you know in isolation and then start thinking if you need a truck so nathan seventy five grand you know. You're in july jelly x y. And i wanted to support a lincoln navigator. Seventy five thousand dollars buys you a pretty serious. Suv yeah it does i. I don't know how much i don't know you guys can answer that but how much cross shopping there as i feel. Like if you're a truck guy or you need a truck or have driven trucks for a long time like you're just you're just kind of that yet. You're kind of in on right. And that's what ford's banking on right. That's why they sell a million of these things here. It is and you know what i mean. Obviously i've got no talking about english roads. You know you couldn't drive it forms in the uk. But i'm a truck guy now. I love this. We went out with my. Yeah your truck guy on sunday and we we we went to hike and then we called and got some food on the way back. We actually the three of us in the bed so was like covy friendly friendly family environment. You can't sit outside. Maybe he can sit in your body. It was great. I drove a number of them. Like you're just driving now and we're saying that you know these are seventy seventy five thousand dollars trucks at this point but they don't have to be right. You said they started about thirty. I don't even know if it's even less than that. But do we know where the power boost version starts. What is basically if if if it really is a utility vehicle for you. The idea of the power boost is fantastic all the plugs and the outlets and the power on board and the the the job site stuff so kind of makes you wonder like what is the power boost entry level price. Because i don't know the power boost it's not like power was ten thousand dollars. It's a it's a few thousand dollars. Above so i don't know are. Is it somewhere around. Thirty three grand to to get sort of an entry level power boost. F one fifty. It's two and a half you remember correctly it's about two and a half gram. Does an option always tuna off ground above the. Va is an option. But i think what ford's done Had a so much complexity in in ordering a truck these days. If you ever see the old guide for netflix fifty. it's insane. It's like one of those old fashioned telephone books But what they have done is they've allowed this they Powertrain all on pretty much. The whole reg movies on the very bottom train but instead of just reserving it for plaza limited. They're actually giving you access to it across the right so you can. You can spec the truck exactly how you want it. So yeah i think it starts in the The probably starts in the thirties or the very the very least forty is you. Don't have to yeah. You don't have to get all the bells and whistles to get the power trae which is great because depending on your depending on your needs. A hobby project could be super useful. Yeah i i. I think you're right in that. I don't remember if power boost meant you'd have to get a bunch of other stuff a lot of times like oh. I want this package but you have to. You know get three other defaulted and i don't think you have to. I think you might have to get towing and things like that. But there's a there's a bit of stuff. But yeah and i think that that generates a system in the in the in the load bay is a is additional is additional but it eight some at least giving you the option you don't have to have you know.
Seattle-area restaurant owners plead with state lawmakers to reopen at 25% capacity
"Pleading with state lawmakers to end pandemic related closures and save their businesses more from comas. Corwin Hank Schubert Ho is owner and chef at Salt and Iron and Edmonds. This shutdown has deeply impacted our business. You sure state senators reopening can be done safely. He did it before the three or four months in the summer time that we were serving custom. Where's that 50% capacity? Not one server caught Covitz owners tell the Senate Business and Finance Committee they'd like an immediate move to allow reopening at 25% capacity. Lacey Fehrenbach, the state health departments, covert czar, says she gets it. We want to reopen our economy as well. It's saving lives comes first. Restrictions that we have put in place have made a different under the governor's plan. A region can qualify for Phase two reopening if new covert cases fall 10% over two weeks, and the region's ICU beds are at less less than than 90% 90% capacity. capacity. Corwin Corwin
Edmonds, NW of Seattle, eases penalties for driving with a suspended license
"License license in in Edmund's Edmund's may may no no longer longer face face jail jail time. time. Here's Here's Como's Como's Frank Frank Lindsay. Lindsay. For For those those whose whose only only offenses offenses driving driving with with a a suspended suspended license. license. The The penalty penalty will will now now be be a a $250 $250 ticket instead of time behind bars, according to the Everett Herald. Introduce, really, said Mons Mayor Mike Nelson says quote criminalizing the standalone offensive driving while license suspended in the third degree can lead an individual down a spiral of debt, inability to drive loss of job and worse. That downward spiral his particularly hard among lower income, individuals and people of color and quote. This new rule, however, does not apply to drivers who've been convicted of things like dy hit and run vehicular assault, vehicular homicide or attempting to elude. It also does not apply if you have 10 or more driving, while license suspended defenses on your record. Frank Lindsay
"edmonds" Discussed on Philosophy Bites
"You've got these two dotty. He's running around the world and the question is well. Which is the original dotty. Of course it's a issue about identity and what counts as continuing over time. Hopefully we don't make heavy labor of that but hopefully to it will get children maybe adults who are reading to them to think about what it means to have personal identity time certain easier than reading derek profit on that topic well that chapter would not exist. Were it not for what i consider to be. A work of genius conflicts book reasons and persons. And that's not the only example. There are plenty of scattered throughout the book. The philosophical thought experiments in conundrums that actually structure the narrative. That's why it's full of philosophical puzzles. There's one about the trolley problem and dotty is faced with a dilemma wherever to divert a threat towards a few people who she loves and away from large number of people who she doesn't know but up being threatened by a violent who's escaped from cage. So it's full of philosophical puzzles. It's also packed full of scores and scores. Finish off color jokes which are really bad just to amuse myself a nobody else. I think very few people will spot them. A few people with philosophy degrees will notice. That many of the characters are based on philosophers. Even the name of the tech billionaire. I mentioned earlier. George bishop is based on george barclay. Who of course was a bishop. So lots of little passing references to philosophy and philosophers and that's a really enjoyable feature the book. I'm going to have to say this is an excellent read. it's really entertaining as an adult to read it. Have you tried to ants on children. I've tried it on my own kids. Who are not the target age. That's slightly young for it. But they lost in all the places. I think some of it went over their heads. I think the perfect age is between nine and twelve. A clever nine year old would get most of it. But it's roughly for that age group. It's what they call a middle grade book. How did you go about writing this. Because he reads written one person. It doesn't read as if you're changing styles or anything like that. You're actually a kind of compound author that's good as with my previous co authored books. There's barely a sentence that hasn't been touched by both of us but the way it worked for this one is that we both came up with the plot. I obviously had to come up with the philosophical puzzles. That was really my job but we physically sat together and mapped out the trajectory of the book. And then my for did the first draft and then i would would spun to that it has to be said for this book which is my first work of fiction. It was massively extensively rewritten written and rewritten rewritten on the orders. They were quite right of our editors walker so when they first saw it they said well. We think there's something in this book but you haven't got it right and this is what you need to do. And we follow their advice but it was painful because it did require a total revolution in the way the book was written initially the very very first draft it was written from a whole bunch of different perspectives from dot as perspective from the professors perspective. Professor catnip. Who's a philosophy professor from the perspective of his best friend. Who's boy called ricky. It had a whole bunch of different perspectives and they found it too confusing so that was a huge amount of work which we did because we were hoping in the end that they would then agree to publish it which they did. Thank god you've done this and it's certainly successful in his own terms and hopefully it will be very successful as a as book. The loss of children read. Are you going to do it again..
Week 10 fantasy football rankings: Running Backs
"I running backs schedule running backs derrick henry. It's actually pretty terrible for the next. three weeks. colts ravens colts. They are top for against fantasy running backs. Then it is unbelievable. And this is the time of year. We're derrick henry gets going anyway His last three his fantasy playoffs are jacksonville. Detroit and green bay. So i i'm recommending. My dalvin cook sell high. And we're going to wait until this primetime game against the colts and hope derrick henry struggles a little bit. And then we're going to sell dalvin cook for derrick henry and very good wide receiver. Okay i because he's going to destroy jacksonville detroit and green bay and the fantasy playoffs. Jonathan taylor is. I have a tough time. Buy into this. But has four matchups against teams. That are twenty nine. Th or worse against running backs this week against tennessee. I don't think it's that great of a match up. They've been really good. The last five games against running backs these per carry giving up some points. But they're giving up touchdown they are giving up touchdown touchdown every game tennessee this year. But you know he's got houston he's got vegas. He's got houston again in week. Sixteen might be tough against pittsburgh but the match ups are great. Does it matter. I don't know what jonathan taylor. We'll see what his role is he's got to just he's got to start playing freely and i think that's what the colts are waiting for. I think the colts are going to give him every opportunity to to get there but he. He's splitting the russian downs. Work with jordan wilkins in the hemans. The hurry up back the passing downs back. David montgomery talked about best remaining schedule. And then two teams. That probably doesn't matter but the foul. I guess i shouldn't say that all that. You guys determine that via broncos and the patriots like damian harris is is locked in. He could be pretty good down the stretch but obviously we don't know if that's going to be the case but yeah patriots and broncos have good schedules now. You go running backs with bad schedules. This one i think is very very important. Kenyan drake. I don't know if anybody is really into kenyan drake but terrific low. You think so yes. Because he's got some very good run. Defenses coming up very good. Maybe he's not such a good bye. I hate the schedule. Buffalo's not good. That's this week. if he's back. Seattle is a good run defense. Their twelve against running backs new england's of matchup. But then after that. So we're talking. That's week ten eleven weeks thirteen and on the rams the giants the eagles the forty niners. That's weeks fourteen. Thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen. Those are four really good run defenses. And that's kenyan drake who only runs and doesn't have any involvement in the passing game so the whole point is to trade firm at the lowest possible price and it's because chase edmonds isn't gonna take his job when he comes back at it sir feels like he'll still have that role that rundown role maybe drake as the guy to go target. If you're desperate for a running back in the next three games not so much for the rest of the season you think this week. He might not even play this week. That's the problem is today. It feels like those games that you're referencing in the playoffs. Are more chase edmonds games than kenyan drake games like. Drake could play all four of those games against her. Three of those games against a good wendy fences and for edmonds might just be better. I think it's four good run. Event is the rams giants eagles niners and the giants thing. They're just about like fourteenth about as close to average as you can be but that's because they're really bad against pass catching running backs. They're not fourteenth in run. Vincent fourteenth and fantasy points allowed to running backs so that does feel more like a chase edmonds game like you. Just look at antonio gives they give us some touchdowns. Mckissic was a lot better than gibson. Even though gives another touchdown i dunno. I dunno school. Fantasy points because of the touchdown. But that's my point like these are good run defenses. So for a guy who's not involved in the passing game at all too scary schedule. I think down the stretch for kenyan drake.
Lockdown in Honolulu
"Don Wallace is on the line from Honolulu. He tells US authorities they're put in a new set of restrictions because of a recent surge in Cova cases on Oahu justice they were hoping they could start reopening. It's crucial tourism industry. Don's a contributing editor at Honolulu magazine and he's updated us on Hawaii tourism in the past and done you're you're out there about twenty five, hundred miles away from anywhere else in the middle of the Pacific. Hawaii depends so much on tourism and I would imagine it's been quite a stressful time with the coronavirus continuing to spread. What's it like in Hawaii right now. Well the whiny started out as soon as thirty thousand tourists stopped coming way did very well on the virus were the lowest in the nation for states. Now we've had a spike starting at the fourth of July and August it began to get up to two hundred cases a day. I know that doesn't sound like much but. you don't have that many hospital facilities. That, we had to do a banning perks, beaches hiking trails and gatherings over ten So is the response and the impact of the corona virus different from different islands. who gets most of it in fact, it's almost miniscule on now big island, the ninety MILICI, those islands, the people can pretty much go cleese they. You wear masks you're allowed to fly into a walk who without according to you. But people who can't find their without of quarantine. What about people in the tourism industry? Are they impatient or they realizing that haste makes waste when it comes to getting over the so they can start making money again. It's a very interesting case people very concerned. There's no voice irresponsibly pushing for white opener light opening deal like Texas, did for instance. And I think that's because the workers sixty seventy percent of the are. No a minimum wage workers they don't have good health plans. They carry the burden of this, and the other part is the Theresa Stop Coming. Can Americans from the mainland fly into Hawaiian vacation if they want to yeah, you can come We get about three thousand a day. And I think the hitch there is you do a fourteen day quarantine and you check into your hotel and you can't leave your hotel room. The impact on tourism would be you're probably wondering around the beaches thinking this is like it was back in the old days. You're very much in nineteen threes, Hawaii. Waikiki is a ghost town. That's not entirely a bad thing We think tasteful Hawaii empty beaches, very clean water clean here you feel like being caress be hanging out with the beach boys. Old School Beach Boys. And if you do go out to dinner, for instance, you may have the restaurant to yourself just one or two people. Magic. So That's interesting. I mean, of course the you've lost the revenue, but you've regained your beaches as far as the locals go there was something in the news and I think you wrote about it about gun toting extremists who are wearing Hawaii shirts. It doesn't seem like the Aloha spirit to me what's Really thought it. Up in the news, there's one of these Gun Group extremists start showing up at the black lives, matter protests and other places. Instead of what they weren't Loescher it's Kinda create a sort of scary dissidence. Then people here reacted really strongly. Ensured is about Aloha Aloha is welcoming. It's inclusive. And it's actually something. I wrote an article about how Hawaiian shirts fight extremism. Hungary magazines. It's a love story about two sisters from Portland. Hawaii's eighteen twenty. Married South Asian immigrants helped create yellow her shirt industry. It's a beautiful beautiful story and it's that Louis Spirit that sort of loved that easygoing nece that caring for others. What a what a dissonance by these? What do they call? Boo Goo Boo Voice Blue Boys. Okay. Well I hope you have to handle and then we can read about that in your article and then very quickly what's open now if you are in Hawaii, museums, clubs, restaurants what's The dishes and Him after limited reopening had to close again. We hooked to get them back up in a couple of weeks neither good their little outdoor cafes and restaurants they've shifted to putting cafe tables out on the sidewalks and even the streets in some cases. So Madonna. Of Lua. And you know, thankfully, why is a very outdoor culture? So eating outdoors is. No big concession. So that lends itself to social distancing done. It's so great to have you on. We'll talk again soon I hope everything goes well with Hawaii and tourism, and your work there done Wallace's a contributing editor at Honolulu magazine. He's written the French house about buying a fixer upper on the island and Brittany and he's written articles about what's going on. In Hawaii these days
How autonomous carmakers can make their cars more accessible
"Autonomous Cars could be a lifeline for people with disabilities once the industry gets around to it from American public media. This is marketplace tech I'm Ali would. On our show we've been talking about accessibility and how technology is or isn't making the world more accessible for people with disabilities. Last month we spoke with Harbin Girma who's deaf blind she said, self-driving cars could be an especially powerful tool imagine the freedom the independence I was talking to someone who works at one of these companies and he said Oh you know we're a few years from releasing the cars. So maybe ten years from now will. Disability access. So how our car company is approaching autonomy and accessibility, and couldn't they include access for all from the ground up mark? Takahashi works for Edmonds an auto research site. It is very likely that they will not have any sort of controls. It'll simply be you tell the car where you WanNa go and it takes you there. If you look at the concept for the Google self driving car from several years ago it had no pedals and no steering wheel. So there is a scenario where they could say we salad pod and he can get in and out of this Pod, you could purchase an aftermarket unit to hold wheelchair in place but beyond that everyone gets the same pod. That is entirely possible and it's actually been proposed several times Toyota at CAS a few years ago. It was this box on wheels that you configure to do whatever you whether it's public transportation or Anamika deliveries or transforming it into a food truck or a station or whatever. You can think of to put inside of a rolling box, and that is a blank canvas for anyone to work with whether they need accessibility or not. So if we're not doing that, is it an assumption that people won't want to buy that or is it just like a lack of will? It's hard to say these blank canvas boxes are certainly being considered and actually the Toyota version was supposed to be in action. By now because it was slated to make debut at the Summer Olympics. How. Far Away are we though from being able to put perfect faith in that pod? I. Would Hope best-case scenario between eight and ten years that everything will finally come together. We'll have the high speed networks we'll have processing power and cars and will have all those sensors built into the vehicles that need them. It sounds like you're saying companies really could they could reset cars, they certainly could create. A blank canvas that would be accessible for all instead of trying to bolt on features after the fact, why wouldn't they? Well, cars have a lot of personality and for some
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"Is it? There is no actually I'm going to say there's a place in less to shed where Enough for which affect Park, which is I always say. To people read your favorite place it's just. It's just you know kind of that's where I fell in. Love with running where I take my eddie running. You know as a kid and going round than an it's like it's just going on special. Got And at last question. Well, second last question I guess when you get a runner's high. I think. Putting on the KLEIST. Honestly, I think it's a AGLIETTA feed. Eric is I think I've done. It decided I'd so many times that. The train is get nice. Stop I kind of feel better. You know I'm ready to go. I think I'll feel that when I get back at running as well and last question for you rich why do you run this so many reasons but but ultimately, it just makes me happy you know. Mentally physically. Feel better I love. Targets and trying to aim at the next race or the next goal and I love running with with my team hair and with other people in the community as well. So many reasons but Yeah it's definitely brought to me. All right. Well, look thank you so much rich for. For coming in chatting stay, you're not officially a member of the run porter run club. There you go. Great. Awesome. If if you've enjoyed listening to this episode, if you have no, I have a feeling though quo people wanting to come in by by some run deware underwear dot co Dot U. K. isn't it? Yeah that's it. You can get to us on that. Okay. All right look. Thank you so much. I'm going to let you go and enjoy your glorious sunshine and I'm going to wait for the torrential rain to strike..
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"So it's not just for the NBA Cup. because. That's what Lewis Alludes just do really small sigh. On I might most them do and you know we're always brand I. think we talked about it a lot in in this chat we want as many people to run a as possible. It doesn't matter what size shape you all you can run and and enjoy and enjoy spol- unready, get into it and So you know we try and make that successful everybody. So we all the away up to a H-, H Cup. In A. Bra And then we also offer six sizes across the brief for women as well. So with were ready trying to push. Push the envelope on on on wall is possible for a size range is difficult not where small business we're not. You know huge global empire. You know we we really think that it's yet but we but we we really feel strongly the you know we should be doing that because you know everybody should be out to Ron and get the right kit full that to enjoy running doesn't matter. What shape you are you should be able to do that say Yeah. I think make sure that you do the guide. We'll send that three to and then you put your measurements in an yeah will where where even going to increase the size range even more starts next year so yeah, we're we're constantly trying to push that. I think that's brilliant that you do so many sizes because that is the one thing that let's allow companies dine actually because they could have the business, but they don't have the sizes and and it's also it's not right. You should be encouraging everyone to do the exercise. Yes I get. It costs more to do all the different sizes but they will sell they absolutely. Will you cut people of all shapes and sizes wanting to do the sport obsolete? I couldn't agree more I think it's a shame that you know in a lot of people even say they do size don't actually have to do them and you know I think it's I think it's just rating to us you know. We've we've always said that from the stall is something that's really important to us as a brand and as a business that we can. We can offer that and You know I think it's the right right thing to do and like I. Say I think I think brands should do it because this is not a exclusive You said, add you don't need a huge amount to go out and run. You know you don't need a huge amount but you do need. Particularly for for the women a really good sports. Bra is so important. You know it's dangerous not to have that. So you know that is so important to get get that right under pace and and on the right size I say underwear or sports bras certainly and And trainers because I went the other week and I wore it went on Anthony. All high bad. Can it be a treadmill in the shoes don't usually run in and yet I have gotten injury nine and it's all because I did exactly what I tell nobody else to do and I did and now I have a really sore foot and have run for over a week and it's killing me. When you're told you can't run or when you're injured. Well, look she had a knee operation in March. The festival operation I've had, and so I've been coming back from that. and it's been the first on my life that I was. On crutches and be out to run and I think I think my wife particularly enjoyed me not being able to take out and the guy for Ron and enjoy I'm not I'm not a great patient on Sunday not great without..
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"Office here who doing that tank came you know said the program and it's just you know gradual and it's like, okay, we run another five hundred meters today on nice more. It's another kilometer and so I think he's just making sure that you find a good program that this this nice and the increments are not too crazy that it's too daunting because I think you know we get confidence from just doing that little bit more and then not that bit more little bit more until we realize that that we can do it. And and the other thing is, is in realized that like we sorta such that not all of your running needs to be super quick. go out and run wool and actually think about it more about time on your fate or time out. Moving as opposed to I've got to run this distance without stopping today. You know maybe think about doing a slightly further distance, but maybe walk every mile for a minute. You know. So I think there's other ways of doing it to try and get not time on the fate without. Really having to push yourself too much that Y-, you just can't. Getting place that failure point and it can affect confidence. And and you know like I said affect to be you know Ryan wasn't built in a day you know we just got to be patient and it will common promise anybody. Listening to this that you know if they stick to that consistent and they they just do a little bit more you know each week. Will we can get there. You can build up definitely and I mean there's so much opportunity right now you know it's gorgeous longer days. Sunnier days were kind of still in that kind of locked own world. So actually, there's no one's really going as much as they were. So it's it's it's a perfect time to be running more than I. Think I think running is reward yourself as well like? If I do this..
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"Any advice night. Just, done get carried away for the first few months. 'cause the crowd will be amazing and Suddenly you think you know Farah southern. You're running to quick and then it's it can make a few miles after that. So it's an amazing thing, and also by the way, the crowd is amazing. The entire race. If you and if you then start struggling in front of the amazing later on, you'll be like all this doesn't look so cool. I mean I I time I did the marathon London I I was. Yeah. The last few miles I was the guy leaning up against the fence and trying to get through that last two or three miles just went off of it too quick. I. Feel the same as. Anybody anyone's experience not before on Finsbury. Yeah, I've done it as well too easy. I've I've done it and they've been tracking. I'm my dad going when you got to the halfway point we were like, wow, you have never run a marathon as quickly as you're running and I was like that was the first half of the race and then second half got a little bit slower and darker but but. Finish line that sold at masters. said to Jamie. when I was running you. London. Flood flooding six miles to go and I saw. Kenniston I'm ready struggling I need something to eight like I'm sorry I feel sorry they and he gave me a bag of knickknacks which I just just for the future of anybody listening to this, you may run a marathon in the future A pack of knickknacks clicked flavor they the spicy ones. They on not recommended with six miles together in American? Last. Que having had spicy neck mass did you to you have to stop? It wasn't it wasn't gently I'm not GonNa get ally but I got the medal and yet. But yeah. I I didn't find keeps you find anything else you'd on Sorry Buddy Solar hats. So that was it now package the tax my thank. Yep that doesn't say right for you. When you do run races, they had there's cried and members of the crowd offering you stuff sometimes you running along and someone goes to on barbecued Burger. And then there was one area when. They were offering pints but I, Wanna pain but someone stop to next a pint of Guinness carried on running. Out Do, they do a new if Guinness Fusi or something, and then there's even this kid's hymie jelly babies wound up. But sometimes when I'M GONNA, run I just don't I don't feel like eating anything to be honest and it takes me a little while afterwards to get to feel like I want to eat something Yuck into that as well. Yeah. The joys, the joys of it, but the thing is. Really say this like it makes it really awful but actually we still love it and we come back for more what what's going on I will it's just you just can't beat it Kanye and like day. So long you you do have those moments where you like, why do I do this but then? I think for me like I said Staw- I went down to the tracks that first time setting and you know is so welcomed by the community just found a real happy place and I think. That's such a big pause running I think the great thing about is everyone just wants everyone to do well and You know doesn't matter how quick you all. We will want everybody to achieve that Ryan personal goals. Think that's that's really cold..
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"You can do to get you in the right shaves because you're spending a lotta time lot of steps doing reading potent you get the right things and and naturally. As a as a runaway. The first thing you put on the last thing you put out you take off is is really important. You know you saw your your broth of the eighties because it really is is the first and you get on the last thing you take off in it's it's such an important. Part of that. Part of that process. and. Then I think for me Getting getting a good I mean depending on what you wear but a good pair shoal. Go over the top of your, you run to I. I think that can be the real difference as well on top because Inevitably, you you've got your underwear on, but you're gonNA have some an material touching the skin on this is important to to get a good good fix in good Good. Parachutes as well. Yeah. No I totally agree. Do you do you have any gadgets that you run with? Well. I have a watch say have a GPS well. So sort of go anywhere without that because it has a heart rate on it so I think it's it's really pulled in his Rana's a lot of us tend to get very excited especially when that fitness is going up especially new Rana's. So I tend to do a running too hot, right so if it's supposed to be an easy day trying to keep not hot right down into the low Heart Rate Zion's. Just. So I know I of cooking it, and that's radium pulses me and then a little bit like you sang at it with people listening to podcasts. Or Music use a set of head fines and tight my my my podcasts in my music with me, and that makes the time go quicker especially on those harder runs, it could distract you a little bit when the going gets tough and listen to listening to.
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"It was an April. They then decided Tober fourth was the date if they could make it happen and they haven't been able to make it happen as we knew traditionally. But what they're doing is they're allowing people that had a place to take part, but you have to create your own roots and run your own twenty six point, two miles in your own community and I've had my neighbor who's doing it because we kind of trading geeks keeps on funding going right. When are we saying down to work the route because I was trying to work I? There's a twenty, six point two mile. That's entirely downhill because that would be brilliant. If, you could find that that would be pretty ethic. There must be somewhere that you could just twenty six point two miles prissy much downhill or really flat with a gentle sloop downhill and Klein. Yes. All at the top of snowden something. He didn't say there's no rules in place for where you or. Anyone has if anyone listening has any tips get in touch are GONNA be fascinating to see how events if people are on this, I think there's GonNa be some really cool things. We saw those amazing So the social media outlets, people doing marathons round the garden and stuff didn't during lockdown and and those sort of things I think people would be ready inventive. Myself, I'm doing a long charity bike ride for Allegra. Charity hit down said. This place to us So that was already in the diary where we are Cycling Bristol So we we all doing something pretty crazy, but I'll certainly be supporting old onto marathon that you'll runners and ready as a team will be keeping an eye on how how interesting the rates and stuff people pick I. Think he's GonNa be quite co I. Know I think it's going to be pulling, and of course, there are other races as well, which are taking place virtually to so this if you wrote training know for any of those races locker, really a really hope you do well and if You love people you know they just save run pods up to back tobacco they're running because sometimes listening to music can you just want something different? You want to hear a conversational take your mind off eh but it'll be it'll be really interesting to see how inventive people are at one of I knew another person doing trying to get someone to join her on a different mile. So every mile she'll have someone else run with her in the hope that that encourages her to keep going although I. Think there's the fear that each person will want to run a really good fast my. You're. GonNa get quicker and quicker. Yeah, that'd be a bit of pressure that wouldn't. Yeah, that would be that would be quite hard but now I mean. Obviously. Is the right decision. It's been a shame to.
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"So we we tried. So as best we can I last years I mean it's brilliant. I. Tell you that the market for running gear and is huge. There are lots of products out there but I don't think I don't think there can be many brands that focused entirely on underwear you. Know I think no and and. something that we thought you know like I said. You know this wasn't trying to make business. It wasn't trying to to Right Wigan we WANNA do a business. We were very happy doing what we doing and and and it was more just this problem needs solving and actually you know there's plenty of other brands that make t shirts and jackets and China's whatever. So we just the best at what we do if we if we come in the office, we've got a great team down here. Loads of awesome. Some people who get up every day and it's very easy for us. We try the best underwear bras. Results that we can. You know the. Pace and we can do that. Then hopefully, we can make a difference, the running community. It makes you focus on like I say trying to trying to do something the best you can robin do everything. Yeah. No absolutely uncle to say yours you're as good as I am when he came up with the name because I just went run port and you went run to where, but it does exactly what you expect does it it it was funny the first time we launched the brand new UNC London marathon spe two, thousand, thirteen we went down and we we stood on the stand we had a very small stand sure you've been London Marathon Expo the smallest possible stanwick take and and people walking by and they were like. Very funny and then the guy. Actually. I've always thought about while I wear underneath guero whatever can I have a look at that?.
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"It was the worst thing but there was nothing I could do a toll of So it was it's great to hear that there are solutions out there and so how did you go boat? Deciding how to create under for runners and walk which items which I think that is the first thing that we have to do they have to make. Where we look what was available and Kana, some of the biggest sweat bronze had stopped but it was covered in seems like things that could be you know a friction against the skin Material and they were not designed ourselves. I was I was fortunate enough to lean on my dad is in manufacturing. Is makes socks and my granddad was a knitter in a salt factory for many years so. Kind of you know from that world. So I had a little bit of of support that and we just today, and just if we designed perfect pair of the time, it was just a pair of. BRIEFS BOXES FOR US guys. You know what would we do? Not? We take away the Sames we've do something that's really fast drying and and this kind of process just started and we just thought it was quite fun to just go different places and try and see if we can solve this problem and it just really ended up the you know we would go back with some samples to the running. Club and get people to try them in that light I rich. No Jamie. That's no good or this is great. Yet this is good. I just was really you know we talk Ron is this phrase about four runners by runners you can't really get much more full run as Byron as that it was it was taken down the running club try this lease. Yup Great or no good, and then start again. And that went on for a long time until we were, we found this small factory in Portugal The that did this seem shot the same machinery. In the week, we can work with those team that's try and try and bring to life on the vision that we have. Can I can I ask then with? On. This is because I'm a girl I don't know where for guys where does the chief this is is this tumor we're the most problematic chafing area that the underwear can light poses a problem..
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"Rugby team train on the rugby pitch. In Puerto, radcliff was doing a section on top of the grass failed, and then as I was walking back, I will pass. Andrew Flintoff in Kevin piece and on the way tomatoes residents going back from training. So you know that kind of place where you can't help but be inspired because as some incredible athletes from all sorts sports around not ready ready I think helps drive you won't yeah I. Of It definitely sent a lot different to when I was in lead university and I I know there are lots of there was lots of sport and we all loved keeping. There was probably a lot more focus on the student union and. While much love for is more about keeping fit and getting to bed and getting apparently I think. So but I think some of the athletes should be surprised they can they can play hard as well as train hard. But Yeah there's a certain lauded dedication dedicated athletes Aaron unlike say a ready, truly inspiring campus to be on if you're if you're into your sport right and so you make your friend Jimmy there and this is what I love. So Jamie presumably a runner too. Yeah Yep. So we replaced on same corridor holes use a couple years older than me. Fine listeners FASCIA. But was the first person I actually met at university. Considering that you know all these years later where where doing Rondo at together. But. He was literally the first person I met through the door. and. So when did you decide to come up with a business together because I mean obviously, we've heard you mentioned Rondo Very. Jamie new have coup founded it done together. So when and how did the idea come about? Well, actually came from the need a really Jamie got into sort of long distance running after university in decided to do an man and then he did the New York Marissa and he got really bad chafing and he he he phoned me he's. Got Such I was looking around the expo You know where you're going to let your number from before the race in New York and I can find any underwear. Bizarre. And I got this really by thing and and that by the way the chafing is the. Is Is the runners nightmare, right? I mean 'cause why don't you start a race? If fits there you've got the whole way to deal with it and it's just it's awful. You know that you're looking after that that skin looking after the first you know the first point of contact bodies self-important guy from really being a comfortable enjoyable ron to to the complete opposite.
"edmonds" Discussed on RunPod
"In fact, I love running so much I created run poured. No keep myself very busy with that, and then you've got other people who also create opportunities out of their love for running like my guest today, he is the CO founder of rubber ware and his story is a great one on top of all he is make he a runner. He's taking on an iron mountain at the weekend it is Richard Edmonds hello there. L. O. How ye? Yes, I'm real. I'm definitely fetish. You let me tell you are. You've been keeping yourself busy in lockdown like extreme exercise. Well. Yes, I, think we started off a runaway sixty day challenge. So Rondo xfinity are went live every day and did A. Twenty to thirty minute workout helping strengthen things you know the whole body, but specifically for Ranas. And then set a challenge to do a family on man which we're doing this Sunday charity my wife and I and two kids are GonNa do a little bit of running the end as well. So be caught a nice day Algeria kids. Too in five so they're going to little and run at the end to finish the long day. So they're very excited. They're gonNA take all the glory in the last two hundred meters settling. Always. Have Run and they've cycled some. They basically put everything into it. They pick up their child and everyone goes own looking little one new and while to that guy crossing the line, they was called the the the other Ted twelve hours gets forgotten about..
Silent Partner - Daryl Simmons
"Career Musician podcast time here. With the silent partner Dowse Simmons. When the airport in the retail Japan headed home from a long trip. Thank you so much. squeezes. Thanks. Eggs long flight. Ten Hour. So. Look I don't want. Lombardi with all the typical questions because obviously you're history both musical life experiences, you know rich full of many stories. and. Things like that. But if you wouldn't mind I, Know You and Kenny Edmonds Aka baby face go back to childhood. Just touch on that like the abridged version of that how you guys. Will actually I played in a band with his older brother Who Played Guitar. Michael Edmonds and we played I played drums and the band was instrumental band. And I used to feel like we needed a sinker. Heard that his little brother. Kenny. I'd never met Kenny and I would bug him about, hey man, why don't we? Brother would like. We don't need to get him. He really that good but I can't hear you through school. That he say. One day. We were outside back in those days in Indiana you practice garage and people would hear you would come by. So this particular day we had rehearsed outside and I was breaking down on drums and walks kid will guitar and upside down guitar with strings on it with two other guys. and. Said we was and I said, oh. You can't in the group with your brother Goes Yeah. No, and from that day. Wow. Forty seven years later. US. Never separated since. May he was eighth grade I was ninth grade I think and then sounds like such a brotherly thing to do from Michael and now we don't want them. Of course things that younger brother who was clearly mortality. President better than I don't which out to see him, and finally I saw them and I saw why Michael suppressed because he was when I first met him, I said, wow he to me. He was like a kid genius us being kids in you know I love music but this dude was like. Way Beyond whatever little talent I thought I had. there's a the are childhood friends used to say, he said, two days you WanNa make music just Kinney 'cause he's going to make it. So stick with him. And I was like I always remember that. I love those affirmations. Are Never, have never will and every. was. Musician he was a Slob neighborhood do but he knew he could see and Kenny. Kenny, always playing guitar walking around right. He could see that kid. He knew I, played music. We started hanging you want making music a stick with him because he's GonNa make it. I was like you're right. I think he's GonNa make it.
ESPN: Most highest-paid college coaches avoid salary cuts
"Has found that most of the highest paid coaches at the college ranks have not taken voluntary pay cuts despite a wave of salary reductions through the power five programs amid the Corona virus pandemic. Eight of the top 10 highest paid football coaches and half of the top 10 highest paid basketball coaches did not have their salaries reduced Edmonds and we'll
"edmonds" Discussed on Philosophy Bites
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"edmonds" Discussed on Philosophy Bites
"I interviewed my Copa Caster David Edmunds about his best seller picking Stein's poker which he wrote with John Arden now. It's a brilliant book. The tells the story of a ten minute meeting took great Viennese philosophers. Liechenstein and call Papa at the Cambridge Moral Sciences Club in nine, hundred, forty six. The weird thing is the different people who were there gave completely contrasting accounts of the interaction. But what really happened? David. Edmonds well confronts, be Bites. Thank you very much to be here. The topic we're going to discuss. Is Your Book became Stein's poker? which he co wrote I coach with a friend and. Colleague John Now yet. So I knew about this book I'd read it before i. met you and I was blown away by a remarkable book and it had a huge reader. Could you just briefly say what? The main trope is the main driving force of this book? Perhaps I should begin by explaining how the book came about I'd been working with John. We were both journalists at the BBC and new about my interest in Vitkin Stein and he got the time literally supplement one week there was a letter in the T. L. S. saying that call poppers account of his one and only meeting with Lu victims nine was ally. A story had been repeated by philosophical. John Watkins and the correspondent wrote in, and said Papas Account was alive the following week, somebody else wrote in, and said well actually I witnessed this encounter between victims. Stein and Papa and this is what happened, and then the following week. Somebody else votes in. This was quite remarkable. This was nineteen, Ninety eight and the meeting they were talking about was nine, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, six over four decades. and John I would be amused by this. He sent me. These letters, and I was indeed amused, I started investigating I got in touch with those who corresponded with t s then I went to somebody at the BBC itself really like to do a ten minute radio package on this, and they said we don't think there's enough there to do a ten minute package, which just kind of wild me so I thought Damnit I'm GonNa do more than that. And eventually John and I decided to buy the book together, but it's about a ten minute meeting between call, Papa, and looted victim Stein in front of the Moral Sciences Club at Cambridge in nineteen, forty six and allegations that popper's account was ally. Just to be clear, the most scientists club is a regular meeting where often outside speakers are invited to come and address graduates and members of the faculty, at Cambridge and parts of the procedure is, you have a discussion of the paper that's been given so in this case Finkelstein was the local call. Papa was invited from outside. That's correct. Victim Stein was to professor of philosophy. Philosophy and was the domineering dominating force in Cambridge Philosophy. culpepper had just arrived in the UK take up a job at the London School of Economics, he'd come from New Zealand where he spent the war years writing the open society and its enemies, a book, which had literally almost killed him, he'd worked so hard on it. He regarded as in his words his war effort. And he was invited to Cambridge to address the most science club. He was asked to bring a philosophical puzzle, which was like a red flag to a bull to Papa because Vitkin, sign by this stage decided that blute. Many so-called philosophical problems were linguistic puzzles, and they dissolved in the analysis of language and the understanding of how grammar worked, and this was not Papas conception of philosophy a tour. He fought that there were real problems that weren't just linguistic conceptual puzzles, so he. He was determined to go to Cambridge not with a puzzle, and he asked the question all there philosophical problems and heaped genuinely our problems. No things are just need dissolving. That's white and very soon..
Undercover Robot Interview
"Hello, this is Bertie I'm here with some big news. I've written a book. That's just been published. It's called undercover robot my first year as a human, and when I say I've written it what I really mean is that I co wrote it with my old friend, what he's not that old, but his name is David Edmonds, so let me introduce you to my collaborator and friend. David, Hi, story, Neue I am a key data old, but anyway we'll pass over that, David. Perhaps you can tell the audience a little bit about undercover robot. Well undercover Bogut is about. About a girl could dotty and dot. He's eleven years old and the thing you need to know about doc- is that she's not actually a girl. She's a robot and she's been designed by a professor Catnip, who is kind of like a dad? And if Dottie can survive for a year at school without being identified uncovered as a robot, she and professor catnip will win a huge amount of money. She lives with professors. CATNIP family who don't know that she's a robot and at school. Most people are taken in, but there's one boy, isn't there? Who's really onto her? Yes there's a guy called Martin strange. Who is trying to expose her and I should explain that it. You actually spot low Bot and identify the robot correctly you win ten thousand dollars, so people are on the lookout to see who might be global in their school. It turns out that there were five robots around the world who are trying to win this prize. And there were people trying to out them. Okay, so I haven't mentioned this yet but David. You're a philosopher onto you and you've published quite a few books. Some of them bestselling books on philosophy and book has. Has Quite a lot of philosophy in it, doesn't it? It's got a lot of philosophy quite well hidden, but the basic issue is quite philosophical, which is where a robot can actually be like a human. Is there something special about human beings that means loobox never copied them, or could really brilliantly designed and built low bought actually not only pretend to be like a human being, but to all intents and purposes be just like a human being, because dotty is very nearly like a human being, but she gets a few things wrong and Some of those things raise lots of questions. Questions in philosophy. What about Dadis first meal at the CATNIP family? How can just having SOPA raise philosophical questions we'll dottie gets into trouble very early on because she doesn't understand etiquette that you're supposed to put your knife in the light hand and the folk in the left hand least in British culture, the old thing about etiquette is that in other societies they do things differently, so it seems a bit different for morality, so for example pretty much every society people think it's wrong to murder somebody, but in different societies, people have different kinds of approaches to meals and food in some. Some societies you're supposed to burp loudly to show your appreciation. which little girl in the story does, doesn't she? The little cabinet goal does BURP and dotty Kapisa dotty copies. dotty assumes that that's what you're supposed to do. dotty can't quote workout which rules a supposed to be universal, which will supposed to apply to the whole world, and which rules exposed to apply just a maybe British society, or maybe just to the catnip household where she lives because at school there, lots and lots of rules aren't there and lots and lots of detentions it. It's a very strict school and dotty has. To navigate the school as well, but she doesn't want to be too good, because if she's good and doesn't get into any trouble. That would be suspicious. That will be like not a normal kid fact. She has a misbehavior quota, doesn't she? She's allowed to misbehave. I can't remember that eight percent of the time or twenty percent of the time we discussed it a lot, but of course she overshoots a quota quite a bit and gets into lots and lots of trouble. Yes, she also has to get what her designers programmers called friendship point she has. has to try and make friends with people in her class to show that she's capable of meaningful human interactions. There's a girl Kohana. WHO's quite a rebel who becomes her friend? But there others that she really annoys like Cindy Low, isn't there? I mean most people find quite lovable, but she can be a bit irritating sometimes. Yes, she can sometimes take it literally, which other people find really annoying. humor is sometimes be off, so she sometimes doesn't get palms, and at least the early stages. She's not very good at picking up the subtleties of human. Human Interaction and that's why she gets into so much trouble. We're not going to say everything, but it does build up to a very big climax, and some really crazy stuff starts to happen almost surreal stuff that you as a philosopher I believe. Call a thought experiment. You know if you imagined this crazy thing could happen. What would that mean to philosophy? Yes, store a few thought experiments, the something that happens when dottie is in a zoo and wild animal escapes, and it looks like it's GonNa head for and possibly injured possibly even kill a bunch. Bunch of kids and don't has to decide very quickly where we should try to strap the bear, and pointed as it were in another direction, but the problem with doing that is that it would put other people at danger. Fewer people sadate estimate this decision wherever to save thirty lights, but at the cost of paps, killing five people, and not just any five people as it happens to people she would endanger would be members of the family that she lives with
Coronavirus: Relaxing lockdown 'risky' and 'political decision'
"Leading government adviser in Britain says he thinks measures to ease the coronavirus lockdown being brought in too soon professor John Edmonds warns that infection levels in the UK was still very high when a new test in tray system was on trying to he said the government was taking some risk by relaxing lockdown measures calling it a political decision
Launching the Podcast on Producthunt
"I'm Alex Segments. And this is the building independence podcasts. Okay I'm going to be talking about the product Launch the PODCAST. That I did but I I want to say hello to all my listeners and France and then I want to thank for jar. Sergio David Pradeep James Amandine NATO and the rest of open podcasts and the maker law community for supporting me on product hunt and with the launch For this episode. I'm not talking about the two goals that I had for the product launch. How I prepared a little more about the preparation on how to have a successful launch in my opinion The benefits of product taunt the problems that product Has Now what? Now what am I going to do that? I launched on product Before and after so before and after the product launch a little bit of stats on the results of the product launch Someone kind of gave me some feedback. So I'm going to be talking about that for bit and then I'm going to review the experience okay So the two goals that I had for the product top launch are to get people to subscribe and to get email subscribers. Okay how I prepared. The first thing I did is I created a Gif of the two logos that I have so I have a blue logo on just with the words are building in indie business. I have a red logo of that. And then I have to logos. That jar created for me on so his version of The podcast logo with my face and he gave me a red one and I made a blue one out of that. So I created the gift because Why did I create okay? I created a gift. Sorry because on product hunt when you're seeing all the listings of the products It'll show all the changing pictures and it'll catch people's attention. They actually recommend doing this. And so I thought mine was little fast but I think it caught more attention I created a landing page. I'll be going into that more I researched when the post. So you're supposed to post at midnight Pacific Standard Time which is actually my time zone so it was a little easy And I did it on Sunday going into Monday. So I had the entire Monday to Promote my launch I had to stay up late because I usually. I go to sleep at ten eleven. No I go to sleep at ten and so I had to stay up till midnight to post the watch to post it on product time I wrote copy. I made sure to mention open. Podcast a bunch in the copy in the actual product listing. I created a new trailer. I'll go into that a little bit more. And I bought a domain Be Aib Dash. Podcasts DOT COM. Okay so I want to talk about the landing page. Basically didn't put that much effort into it. I took a Supreme Rome. Ham Dot design took that homepage. And I just wrote everything out that I had for my stuff and then I added some open podcast stuff or not know some some podcast stuff. South about the PODCAST. So specifically what I did is I made it like a preview of the type of content that you would Here on the PODCAST. So I broke down into three different types of episodes so the first episode would be about podcasting like a had interview. Someone had a market. Your podcast Things like that so that was the first chunk and I had a preview of the episode. How To know? I had an embedding of the episode of How to interview someone and then I had a little copy about Podcast seen in like what kind of episodes I'm doing about podcasting okay. The next embed example is I had about community building So yeah I talked about how I'm using the podcast to grow open podcasts. And then I had Had A girl community as example and finally I had I talked about Web Development and the example I used was Learning says because I don't really talk about web development anymore because as you know I use discourse for my Forum and so that didn't take a lot of effort and then the blog. I use ghost so that didn't take a lot effort so I don't really talk about web development but I will in the future when I build the custom form. Okay so The next thing I did was I put linked to the most popular podcast players so that people can easily. Just subscribe to the podcast. I had apple spotify Google in the ourselves feed and then be final thing. I had no not the the final thing I had on. The front page was a link to the mailing list at the bottom of all the examples. And then I also added an about the hosts page and then I just talked about me for a bit and then I had a link to open podcast because everything I do is about. Promoting Open podcast. So that's why I made sure to mention open. Podcast a bunch okay. Then I created new trailer for the PODCASTS and I specifically had it on Youtube and The trailer was just basically an audio version of the landing page. So I just talked about podcasting. I read the copy community building. I read the copy development I read the copy and that was about it was about fifty seconds. Something like that. Okay how to have a successful launch The Alex Edmonds Version Boca. So you want to launch it at twelve a M. Psd and the reason you want to do this is because you have the Max amount of time to promote the launch. So you have twenty. Four hours and On product on the way it works is that it'll show the most popular Things that have been launched on the on the site that day and so you have the maximum amount of time to potentially be on that top and then tomorrow it's still there but it's at the bottom after today's stuff and so. I'm still getting Up Votes Right now. But it's not as impactful as yesterday. Okay so after you have posted on product the next thing you WANNA do. Is You want to tweet it and you want to be careful with what you say in your tweet because if you if you solicit up votes than product will punish you make you weaker in the algorithm or might just take off your product launch. And so what you WanNa do is you want to say. Hey I My product is listed on product. And that way it's like code. People not go up voted So I tweeted about it. I promoted it and the communities. I promoted in maker log and open. Podcast that's why a lot of open podcasts. And maker log on. They voted my product and they commented on everyone. I mentioned beginning. They commented I really appreciate that. Thank you
Update on the latest sports
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"edmonds" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover
"Taibbi Edmonds is great to catch up with you. Thanks for joining us on special delivery podcasts. Thanks thanks for having me Sean Todd opportunity to get to know you a little bit better and have the advice fans and play pool that just locked chaining into a podcast to understand you are now you nance standing wholesome but wedded. It'll start with. You would get where you're born in the guy not really come from a family of football is actually so my foster family who are actually more algorithm affirmative early age Madrid toured with the kangaroo. There is a non fifty six. Sorry trying representative On my brother's Far Brothers on sister not thank. You have brothers one. Sister used all footballers. And and my sister was a hockey player and Blah Blah Blah up in a sporting family. Basically wasn't any good at much myself but always loved horses were so that's outside of a million just by sneaks down and hanging around styles and was this in New South. What I've only skied in? Yeh Yeah that's where we was born in Maitland to scan when I was eleven so you everywhere you walked rating sky and you could basically say horse. When did you first connect Yeah pretty early early probably went out and eleven or twelve. I started going down to The lack of rice tracks gone. It's gone pocket. I think it was cold and Just trying to John Lennon. Who paid US night and was apprenticed to another Garfield Greg Crib? WHO's Pasta? Why good might have as The paper was the grid apprentice and always the Macarena Soda Wasn't a full Thomas before school and and Some sometimes before school mass weekends take off to the races and have a diet with them on Saturday north to get involved into a stable and then have someone show you a little bit of that horsemanship and husbandry. The love love the animal. Did you love him. Yeah it's more of that more is just always mad. Basically as I'm as I said I'll grab sporting family never had anything to do with horses in Green Rain you know and You know I'm excited me not pounding. I might be careful. You know stuff which I just took everything for granted but that's chat worked out and I'll look todd at Subsequently obviously the decision in your kid out of school as quick as I could because this is the career that I want to choose. Well Yeah we'll get out of get out of school Newton but at the time I was working impart Tom for the fruit. Owns gun deposit. Money was much money at the at the stifles natural. That was a laundry so that I was doing a bit of work in packing spots and working in the shop and that sort of stuff and or my dad come in one day because I left an internship next door with a two hour show. You GotTa announced tomorrow some mechanic near. Hey Guys Yep. It's a tried. A mechanic patron fading and because he just was the next facility they foy. What was a as a mechanic? Well Good Luck. 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Never had never thought it'd be professional editor be truthful but got that line so you can change a chore and Fix Account Can still do what on save bright frank feds if he can do it if I need to. I'm the label. She just mentioned Neville big big mobile home leading champion trial and a great guy. You know more about more about Cook could await Smith to two or three transportation. Lifestyle Smith Tom it just getting gallinger. Thank all But we're GONNA TJ's place and like It was it was like Gin nibbles Mohammad. Be at Kareem says a kid can come from the Bush and everyone on Spec to push me down with Yup Sunday. It was that good to go ask around. First before you to Saute giant Neverland GonNa have a little bit by the dog Twenty months stomach in twenty one years We father in law. We drive down to Sydney on on a Saturday Went when in the afternoon Pisces and much more than that and send leaving Corden last SORTA staff and decided to to make so. 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Might have a good horses and stuff them in all the different China's trying to China's you're not pretty mighty with most like Teijin charleen foreman's and that SORTA Zyban to Get a broad view have different China's China's well when any side travel allows glosses told us about some of the Chevy gotta be good enough to get in to see me and travel during spring condoms and Oldham County in Brisbane and Melbourne We'll talk as I was a councilman was new Atlanta's Martin Memory. My a count from forty eight was off. Well well I think. When money's I remember Come from Adelaide And they boredom Avid around the slip up and the honest till the story Monday this is when we had him in. Brisbane has a three light. three-year-old bitten slipped if he drift nine hour. horrify couldn't play the flip side but he he was really serious voice. Why Francis Bike and he was big strong cult wasn't very sound but Jeez he's yet some some ability and we had him up there? There was Never quit school. Robinson Sinclair Gripe family family that Sinclair families obviously nibbles family bread. That Nivola Dominic Byrne So I got to spend on some really really quality stop what Tejada of travel at a whole. What did you learn most bet not to Chinese too much? I think really common sense stuff you know you and I don't not too fast too much and just basically keep things simple. I think we'll we always when we travel with his now. We always use. We always taken around the food. We not use or wished I was China's that used similar and that's what it's on and when you said that your roll you told me about. It wasn't quite sound. What was some of the complications that you needed to manage? Within I had. He was so heavy. Six hundred Kayla who was with really a little league and demand. I was asking and a lot of lot of Lot of maintenance you know back then back and we'll say back then that was Pre antibiotic so that they could train with a bunch back then so grinder recovery right and that sort of knocked off just as training tell us it gives us a little bit of insult to never beg a hell. He went training. Systems was so good and get the best edibles. It was a great China affiliates. Because because he never worked really what. I'm not enough that Ha's beat Fada Till he's time very very patient man And just what you dedicate yeah he. He was dedicated. You wrote in a eating. Stop it whatever I kept going right right through to into to lend as much as China's do you know Lucky would he be riding rising at Canterbury on the Wednesday and he'd run out to do the fade in the I seventy five or something. So that's that's how did a guy did he was he. He'd be back at the sidewalk during you know after breakfast. Gambling ran giving them X. 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"edmonds" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Well. Over the keys are when the Ford Brody, these are, you know, right, right? But you got to see Willie Mays. You got to see the crew that was a great crew right there. Would getting the big. Yeah. I'm wondering when they're going to bring up. Bring up what fishing for the for that award? He don't knock fishing. It's a sport. Well, one of mine. Yeah. Was the best out there. He was always it was always signing autographs and is one of the best players in the game. And no doubt about it. No doubt. No doubt. And that catch that he made was obviously one of the most famous catches in baseball. I would personally say that there's been some better. But and that's not taking anything from Willie. Because it was a great catch. Jeff. Thank you for sharing that certainly is an incredible catch. So on this day to say that you know, it wouldn't that there may have been better. I believe there have. Ever been more popular catches on? Maybe not. I still contend Jim Edmonds catch was the greatest outfield catch I've ever seen him Edmonds diving flat out away from the you know, Willie caught it over the shoulder overs. You know, like this Jim Edmonds dove straight out with his back turned to the plate and stretched out like superman caught the ball. But again that'll be argued for a long time. That's great argument. Anyhow over the weekend. Everyone is. Whatever it takes avengers endgame number one at the box office this weekend for a second straight week. Would nearly one hundred and forty six million dollars. It's total worldwide. Gross. Now is nearly two point two billion dollars the intruder longshot ugly dolls, no some of these movies,.
"edmonds" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"On fifteen ninety WC. Edmonds interview. Operation Gladio is her book, by the way. And she also boiling frogs is a fantastic website for truth in news. Here you go more. Edmonds there is this hand me everything I'm not gonna get up and do things for myself right here is this Pacific that that that is remarkable to see an I would say is unprecedented in the history of this country one of the characteristics that separated this nation from the rest of the world initially, and for to a large extent for years was was was the people and Ambi were not monarchy were not the British empire and something happened to our country, and and people have become so docile they have become so apathetic, and then they complain about why things are so bad. And they never want to look inward to say how much of it. I am to blame. Right now. We can't point fingers and say these people, well, we are sustaining these people in our government. Our tax money supposedly be going cast vote. So you're looking at the mirror. You're looking at yourself say are corrupt politicians and are corrupt system while this is us their their product of us. There are a product of us because it has to come from the pool of the people, and you know, absolutely. I wonder if the cognitive dissonance that we have in this country is because there's two extremes. You have the narrative that the media wants us to believe, and then you have reality. And I feel like it's so separated, and that's why they're able to say a conspiracy theorist or you're, you know, you're crazy because the two extremes are so extreme absolutely. And part of it is well full to say, maybe some of this chooses to painful or demand action from me. I rather look the other way and say, okay, if I look the other way, and if I pay attention to some Carter Shiite or something. I won't see it. It won't bug me. When I say what you don't know can't hurt you kind of mentality. And and he is really ingrained in so many things it's not only our political systems. I believe it's sips through our family values system zips through our education system is all around us. And and I have to say I don't want to sound like some sort of a preacher. But there is this decay, the decayed society that that.
"edmonds" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"After all edmonds behavior was very different than your typical preadolescent boy he liked to play this the these weird games with his little sister though i mean uh there was one called gas chamber what w what was at the game guess ember will solving diplayed twogame that he could recall it guess chambery which flows that he is limited thorough crowned would throw in a while they will go like a a pale or something like that that would basically get him so it would subrogate and up duct will game they also play the game similar to electric shared the would sit in a in a share an act like he was being electrocuted and we have this big overstuffed europe from our room and would sweep does not just my sister was my sister my friend close friend we gotta always schemes who get into one game roll will open a rogue and i tried to get out of it is like a large throw a rock and it was so i guess what fascinated us individually bothered this was a completely uh broke up the manakh i guess of what we're doing didn't have a lot of toys to play with the we got bored with those pretty quickly so we looked for things to do he roll up in the rogue and and you try to get out near the to leave the room we see you could get out fastest know try to work your way out sideways or screwed off the end of it or whatever and uh who went from that to being tied in this overstuffed chair and one of the things he enjoys doing as a child is decapitating his sister's dolls yup furhman into you wouldn't temporary nasa's permits personal view he doesn't think that that had anything to do where did what it would later do but there is psychology is out of the i've talked about it up i had a captain.