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"edmonds" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And back toward Port Lobo in the couple for Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O 'Donnell. Partly cloudy skies currently 62 in Seattle. A small child, an infant and two adults died in a fire at a home Wallingford in over the weekend. Police now say the King County medical examiner has confirmed one of the adults killed himself just prior to the fire. Como for is Jackie Kent has more next door neighbor. John Zigovitch was out of town until hours after the fire was out. He has ongoing I think they take the stance of we need the investigation before we talk too much to prevent mistaken information out. They want to be accurate so I respect that. Zigovitch says the victims were a family he enjoyed knowing through sharing food and tools his neighbors would in approximately the two years they rented this house. We talked back and forth across the fence and visited and she was a real stay at home mom and just love the kids. Another neighbor Glenn tells us his thoughts are now with the 11 year old girl police confirm escaped the flames through a window. Wish her the very very best. We're hoping to get answers from the medical examiner in the coming days about the three other victims including their identities and how they died. We're also learning that Ragusa has a criminal history including a domestic violence charge from 2019 Jackie Kent come on news neighbors are fear expressing in the wake of around 14 incidents on Beacon Hill allegedly involving teens breaking into homes and in some cases holding people at gunpoint. Coming forward Lynn Ann Wynn reports most of the people targeted have been Asian several community groups in Beacon Hill and the southern sector of the city stood together to call for more action to address not only these crimes but others plaguing their communities if we don't interrupt at this point those who are traumatized who are afraid will further go into difficult very emotional spaces if we don't show them a lot of support a lot of love a lot of coming out and very concrete actions and Seattle Police have not yet announced arrests any or provided any updates on the investigation since last week when they shared thirteen of the fourteen recent incidents involved elderly Asian residents so still a lot of unanswered questions we are not sure if police have identified any kind of suspects in this investigation yet in Beacon Hill Lynn Ann Wynn, KOMO News. Walking to school just got much safer for some kids in the Kent School District. Northwest News and reports. When River Ridge Elementary opened in 2021 it was clear students walking or walking to that campus on busy military road were not safe. The speed limit is thirty five and twenty miles an hour before and after school but many drivers ignore those signs and speed right past kids. Well now they've got a brand new sidewalk. The Seattle Times reports the Kent School District, City of SeaTac and the The contractor met a demanding deadline. They built a nearly fifteen hundred foot long sidewalk in under nine weeks of summer vacation. Fewer children walk or bike to school these days with an estimated forty percent of K through eight students in Washington driven to school. Twelve percent walk or bike and rest the ride either a school bus or transit. Carleen Johnson, Northwest News Radio. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, about one hundred children are struck and killed walking to or from school each year. Twenty five thousand are injured the same way. Traveling to or from Bainbridge Island is about to get a whole lot more difficult. Northwest News Radio's Jeff Pojola has why. For six days starting Thursday, the Seattle Bainbridge route will accept only walk on traffic. Vehicle traffic won't be allowed. The alternate routes for people to get across with their vehicles would be Edmonds Kingston, probably the easiest, the best of the two options and then the second would be Seattle Bremerton. Supposed woman Diane Rhodes says this is because crews the will need space to install a new pedestrian overpass on the Bainbridge side. During this time, the Edmonds Kingston route will a have third boat to accommodate the extra vehicle traffic. Jeff Pojola, Northwest News Radio. Check the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk at 10 and 40 minutes past
"edmonds" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"I'm Kathy O'Shea and here's what's happening. The suspect accused of stabbing a man last month in Edmonds is out of the hospital. Lots according to Edmunds police Ian brammell Alan now in this homeless county jail. He was booked on probable cause for murder robbery and vehicle theft. Graham Allen is accused of stabbing a man to death in the parking lot of a grocery store in Edmonds on April 19th. When officers went to arrest him, they say he stabbed himself, the victim was identified as a 37 year old man Brett Northcutt from Portland. Come a force, Michelle Esteban, federal authorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of Richard Reed. They say Reed failed to report to prison as directed last week. Reed faces two years in prison, he is convicted of 5 federal felonies and connection to helping northwest's positions laboratory get more than $3.7 million in illegal kickbacks. Authorities say he is repeatedly petitioned the judge to delay his prison reporting date claiming to have COVID-19, the judge repeats the delay the date passed the end of April. If senior asked to call the Seattle office of the FBI, they say Reed had been living in Astoria, Oregon, and believe he may be armed. The labor movement is hitting Seattle based REI, where workers in Bellingham are attempting to unionize. They want more control over schedules, working conditions, equity, and respect. John Logan is a Professor of labor and employment. That's very common in this sort of relatively low wage retail sector, predictability and our scheduling and guaranteed earning a living wage. Seattle based REI has 181 stores nationwide and labor movements have been successful in New York City, Berkeley and Chicago. There's no date yet for a union vote in Bellingham. The second round of the NHL playoffs are back in town with a series tied one and one for Seattle and Dallas. We're going to look at a pivotal game three in
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"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree. We start on the NBA where Memphis took a game over Dallas with multiple stars sidelined. Correspondent Robert Stevens has more. Desmond baines scored 23 points as the Memphis Grizzlies completed a two game sweep of the Dallas Mavericks, one O four 88. Naz played without Luka Dončić and Kyrie Irving both injured while the grizzlies were again without John morant. Memphis coach Taylor Jenkins says his team up this defensive intensity in the second half. Come out of halftime with just a renewed energy and mentality. Hey, we got to raise our level both sides of the floor. We made a couple adjustments defensively that paid off for us, which got us going with our groove on offense. And obviously that third quarter kind of changed the game. David roddy and Dylan Brooks had 19 apiece from Memphis while Jaden hardy led the Mavs with 28. Josh green at 23. Bob Stevens Dallas. In Houston, the rockets knocked off the Celtics one 11 one O 9. And jabari Smith scored 24 to lead the young rockets, one of the best teams in the league, where it was in the finals last year, you know, just competing with him. You know, going down to the wire like that with a great team like that. It's just real promise in this room. It's really good for us. The bucks beat the kings one 33, one 24. Giannis Antetokounmpo poured in 46 in the win. The warriors took down the sun's one 23 one 12 behind 38 points from Klay Thompson, including 33 in the first half. On the ice, buffalo scored three third period goals rallying to beat Toronto four three. Alex tuck at the 30 goal mark with a pair in the final frame. We kind of got back to just trying to work and make simple plays and you know I just roll over one line after another after another and it makes a huge difference out there and big news in the opening day of NFL free agency. The Raiders reportedly filled their QB void by agreeing to terms with former 49er. Jimmy Garoppolo on a three year deal worth, 67 and a half $1 million. The bears are set to give linebacker tremaine Edmonds a four year $72 million contract and the Steelers are bringing on three time all pro corner Patrick Peterson for a two year deal. I'm Josh Valtteri, AP sports.
"edmonds" Discussed on Bear Grease
"Betrayal inside from trap to tribe, but all this just wildly complex stuff that happened. And but this was a treaty that he was against that started this, correct? Well, and that's a simplistic story because it was decades of all these treaties, but the thing that drew the line in the sand was the treaty of Greenville. Which was drew a line somewhere in Ohio, what is now Ohio, and it was like, you know, Europeans, Americans can't come across this line. And they did. And that's when tecumseh was like, okay. No more, no more diplomat. We're going to have to fight these guys. That's when he joined up with the British and started fighting. So another way that we could simplify all this too is that it seems like it would be simple is like, while we're in all these tribes in on this, why wouldn't they have come to tecumseh's idea of this pan ending confederacy and fighting against them? Because that didn't make sense to me at first because the way we painted him is this revolutionary Native American leader, it seems like every tribe in the country would have been like, yes, let's stand and fight against these guys. But, man, it was so complex going back to a lot of tribes had great deals with the U.S. government where they were getting money where they were getting supplies where they were getting all this stuff. And David Edmonds talked about it to come to come to that tribe and it's like, hey, we got to fight these guys and the chief is like, bro, we got a pretty good one here. That's what happened. And most of the tribes rejected him. Most. The guys that were fighting with him were a small percentage of the where most of those are the many know it may not have come up. Most of the folks who stood with him were they from, you know, if they were from the same area or they had similar religions and ways of life, is that how it came about? Not necessarily. There were at least 12 tribes that were represented in the pan Indian confederacy. And many, a lot of the shawnees even rejected tecumseh's vision. Yeah, lots of the shawnees. And there's today several divisions of shawnees even. And today amongst those divisions, you can trace back to the people that were with tecumseh and the people that were against him. Really? And but that was one of the most remarkable things. And the reason we remember him is because he was the really the only guy that ever
"edmonds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Going to be pretty hard to figure out if a vehicle qualifies. There's going to have to be vin decoder is to figure out if your vehicle has the battery that battery components and the vehicles automakers have a few years to ramp up to get these things set in place. Obviously this can not change overnight, but it's still going to be a tough challenge for them as well as consumers. Yeah, because as of right now, none of the electric vehicles comply with the new regulations in terms of the raw materials coming from the U.S. or the batteries being built in the U.S., they're going to have to change that. Are they do you think those companies building electric cars in the U.S. like GM, like Ford, like BMW, are they going to have to revamp the way they source these materials? Yes, a lot of the companies, there's a lot of pressure on them to revamp the where they source these materials. I mean, we know that there's a lot of factories being built as we speak, our factories of building factories, very soon. So that's definitely something that's in play, but in terms of sourcing some of these minerals, the mining that goes into it That's a little bit different, and that's something that takes from when I understand a very long period of time. You can't just change that overnight. I mean, none of these things you can really change overnight. But that is even more sensitive to time. So yes, in terms of where they get these natural resources, they're going to have to put a lot more effort into it, which is tough. I mean, it's not they don't have to be a 100% next year. There is a time frame associated with it. It's like 40%, 60%, a 100% eventually. So they do have a bit of a time window. Jessica, thanks so much for joining us, Jessica Caldwell. They're from Edmonds talking to us about the race to win the electric car
"edmonds" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"And I think I'm missing somebody there, but those are really the three big ones in terms of the speed in the middle of the field on defense. Yeah, tremaine Edmonds is the other made Edmonds is the one I'm missing. I know I was missing one. Thank you. Yeah. But you're going to occupy at least one of those guys. If you can occupy another one of those guys with a back or a tight end, which is why it would have been great, you know, to be able to say John who's somebody who's going to draw coverage. We don't know exactly how much he's going to draw in this game, but they should have opportunities. Now, Mac Jones and the receivers have to capitalize on those opportunities, but they should have opportunities in that intermediate range. And that's where they, if they can start hitting those, the bills are in trouble. If max coming out and boom, 8 yard slant, boom, ten yard in 8 yard, you know, 8 yard cross or and he's, you know, in between the numbers in that range right around the sticks, that's when you know things are clicking and that's when the bills are in trouble. The games where they've been able to make those throws and make those plays, they've had success moving the ball. When that's taken off the table, and teams have entirely taken those plays off the table, especially with Nelson Aguilar not on the field, that's when the offense kind of just is forced to sit on its hands, run the ball and wait for the defense to make a play. Yeah, it's funny because in this game against Miami, Mac Jones only had two attempts at that intermediate level because that was exactly where the dolphins were trying to take away as well. But when they eventually did, and I mentioned that post crosser to hunter Henry, they ran that exact same play on the next drive. Post cross and what they actually got the second time was the check down and Damon Harris. David Harris gave him 13 yards on the check down because the linebackers were screaming downfield to try to get underneath the crossing route because they had just hit it on the drive before. And then all of a sudden that starts to open up the underneath, it starts to open up the intermediate. So it's not necessarily a volume thing, right? It's not like they have to go out there and throw the ball deep 20 times to get the defense to respect it. It's just if you can hit four or 5 of them down in a field or even two or three of them down the field if you're talking about earlier in the game, that eventually is going to pay dividends in the long run where you can start to get into your bread and butters, which are those intermediate throws..
"edmonds" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Tampa Bay. I was one of the ones I really focused on this week to see somewhat similar offense schematically stylistically going up against this buffalo defense. And Leonard fournette had himself a game in that one as well. He had the 47 yard touchdown, 5.9 yards per carry. A lot of pullers in that game for Tampa Bay too, right? We're gonna pull the guard and pull them through. And they had a lot of difficulty blocking that up. I look at the second level of the bill's defense and talking about a little bit more about the passing game as well. I look at the second level this building builds defense with tremaine Edmonds and Matt Milano and see a two players that quite frankly, I think are a little bit overrated. And what they do, the main reason being, they are very, very undisciplined players. They can be influenced at a gaps that can be influenced at a passing lanes. You talk about all these schemes and polars or split zone with the safe block coming across the formation. These guys are running in the wrong direction constantly. They're just sea ball get ball type of linebackers. So if you give them these false keys and you give them things to influence them in certain directions, they are very vulnerable, and I look at this passing game, putting Milano and Edmunds in as much conflict as physically possible in the passing game. I think is where Josh McDaniels is going to start and where he's going to end with this game plan because those two guys can be had and if you look at that game against Tampa Bay, it was a lot of crossing routes. It was around a levels concepts, there was a lot of high low where they hold them with the underneath curl around and then run the seam. You know, things like that. And they were able to influence those linebackers and basically put them where they wanted to put them, and it was open passing lens down the field. I think this bill's defense is very structured, even without Trey white in the back end. I wouldn't try to throw a deep on them..
"edmonds" Discussed on TNCnow
"Hi there hawan that evening the evening and thank you for joining me on the second episode of this rusen beyond here at the nc. So let me tell you about this. Beyond we are a show at is all about empowering creative entrepreneurs and freelancers everyday people to help you define your grind and upgrade our goal straight ripple effect of gyns and support through in the power off connection and collaboration. So i hope you stick around. Because i know you'll inspired by our guest today again. So let me introduce my guess. She's a very very successful talented grade entrepreneur in our filipina. Who's showcasing her science and the global spotlight marjorie. Cardiff edmonds is the ceo and head of the science for Admits she is also a global divisional speaker. Her life objective grade than free greet. She aspires to inspire others to achieve their dreams. So it is my pleasure. Introduce a fellow empowered filipina in the global spotlight filipino. Cre ate entrepreneur. It's all welcome. Marjorie card admits itemised to her. See you are. Your wallet is high mar bruins six. Aided the introit was only god. It's been a while since you've spoken about this idea. And i'm really glad that we're able to do it here at the nc or you will be you know seen by so many. You know Filipino sourani aspiring for something for greatness. And that's your your your thing right. I know it was. I think everybody is great. They don't see it yet this meaning. You don't see it doesn't mean it's not there it's always it's always there okay. Mars so let's start. I'm so excited. I know that you can tell us so many stories about how you were able to grind outside the country but can you please the finest your grind. What is it that you're doing out your passion. Your influences yet. Floor urged I'm so passionate about service so but it doesn't matter for me. What services is as long as i have it in my heart. The first one was it started two thousand thirteen where i started a clothing line of clothing business admits that was started with two hundred fifty dollars. Two hundred fifty dollars in i basically produce something for two hundred fifty dollars in a matter of week. If triple so bacall you know. Triple two hundred fifty dollars so that seven fifty and then after that it triple again dribble again until one day might local seamstress that i can handle your production. See you have to go to somewhere else because we are just you know a mom and pop store so i ended up going to los angeles now all the doors on the big factory and then finally some money. Let me in Usually the small small independent designers. It's hard to get accompanied to open their doors like factories ray because it's so small they don't really care about our money but this one lady she just decided. I think you're going to be big one days. I'm gonna take you in. So they took me in. And they produce a for me. And that's how that company started go kart it's loading Brand and it's basically swimsuit cover up scarves anything that's e. c. To put on. 'cause i'm a mom i felt like if i have something nice to put on even if i'm wearing jeans cente- shirts and put on a scarf or put on a few mono i felt like i'm elevated in some ways so that's what i i sell foreign late a long time while somebody saw the potential the greatness in you with the bat new and made sure that you will not you will be seen or shared because sometimes the swap means someone to believe in us i right and i think that's great because from this feed the now you're like a big all Something that can people can aspire for your the things that you've been doing. I think you've been showcasing some of your the signs in beverly hills and showcasing your design. It's in a high end boutiques in beverages yellows napa valley a lot of cities that you're might not familiar with but every city in in california. There's always this one that carry high end products right arrived. I'm there's this one called holiday boutique here in fresno which scares me high end products in what it is rich people would go. It's a charity store but reach people would go over there and then you have a personal shopper. And then one of my stuff is in there and just it feels good. Hospitals do hospitals are very almost like considered high end. Because when you go over there There's nothing cheap in the hospital boutique. So hat is something that that likes my product. And i think the story behind it. It's just so amazing. That people you know gravitated More and that's really exciting. Jury added especially the climbing part of that admits. We've experienced amazing high in amazing. Enjoy doing this. yeah. I need. I saw here. There's a fashion show happening. What's all this award is is basically been coming artists in beverly hills abbad. Maybe three years ago so they invited ernest. So there's two designer that invite during this show so one million one other designer. But i'm the only one i look around like i'm one of the. I think i'm the only filipino. They're casey in taoist the in in los angeles. It was really cool. Because the runway the runway is an underneath. It is a bar. Yeah i thought. I thought that was the coolest concept of a fashion show. You know the bar is underneath. And then you know when we're walking it was really cool. It was one comes out and says amazing. So what do you feel knowing that. Somehow you are one of the very few filipinas that showcasing some of your collections of raw. Because that's big. That's very big for us. Especially those are the things that they aspire for right. So all the the duke lamb this the Did you did. did you do something. they're intentional. What does this strategy you share something about how you were able to reach your position right. Now it's taking this step one step at a time. A lot of people does he know what to do. Okay so example. I wanted to be a doctor. I wanna be a designer. I wanted to be this. You know. I wanted to be a youtube star. Whatever it is that a famous blogger vlogger in a lot of people only see an but then this you know what to do in the middle so the most important thing is understanding. What is the step in front of you. So when i was starting ended edmonds. Okay i have at one point. I didn't even have the two hundred fifty dollars. So i said okay. I don't have the money. But i have the time so i put three to six hours every day in i research..
"edmonds" Discussed on KOMO
"Talked to Edmonds athletic director Angie McGuire. Who told her the district canceled two games scheduled for tomorrow. School leaders say metal Dale and Lynnwood High schools both had a person from each program test positive for Covid 19. And after looking at the people's close contact, the teams didn't have the numbers to safely played. It is hard, but I think we come back to this idea of what we always tell our student athletes focus on what we can control and what we can control right now is asking our student athletes to wear masks when they're required to and supposed to and be safe and also encouraging them to Get the vaccine. Although Lin Wood and metal deal will not play Edmonds would weigh will go up against Emerald Ridge High School at the Edmund School District Stadium. That's Cuomo's Tammy Matassa. Officials at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital say they're running low on oxygen. It could be forced to ration health care hospital is closely monitoring its oxygen use. And chief medical officer Dr Marty Brueggemann says that if things take a turn for the worse, it would be safe. It would be saved for patients of the staff knows it can save an influx of the covid 19 patients, plus the staffing shortages, causing the hospital to get close to what is known as Crisis standards of care. They may decide that we don't have the resources to care for you and your chance of survival is low, so we're not going to ask you if you want to be resuscitate or not, We're just not going to be able to do it. Brueggemann says they average between 30 and 40 patients in the waiting room throughout the day and 10% of those leave without being seen by a nurse or doctor. In a coma. Muse Exclusive. The president of Washington State University, attributes the return to campus to vaccines and vaccination rates. W S U football Coach Nick Rolovich is chose not to get a Covid 19 shot for reasons he says, will remain private. Later, Rolovich said he would be would abide by the governor's mandate, which is get vaccinated, get an exemption or get fired. We asked WC President Kirk Schulz about this, He says they're still in conversation with coach Rolovich. We asked if coaching remotely is something the university would allow. I just don't know. Um that's a great question. I think some of this is we're trying to figure out What things are going to look like, and for both him for student athletes that may make that same choice for our own faculty and staff who are going to like to make that same choice. What are those requirements look like? And as you probably know, in certain states now, uh, they have different requirements and we might in the state of Washington. In Oregon or some of the California school. So I think those are all very appropriate questions that are going to have to be answered as we kinda see where everything lands after the first couple weeks of this weeks of the season, and when it comes to football games, fans, 12 and older will need to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative covid test within 72 hours starting in October. That's Cuomo's Holly Menino reporting and she says fans will also need to mask up federal way. Police are on the lookout for a suspect in a shooting in a grocery store. Police say it happened if they win call along Southwest campus drive this afternoon. According to federal way police via their Twitter. The suspect was being escorted out of the building after he was refused the sale of alcohol for being intoxicated when he shot at grocery store worker Medical helicopter was used to airlift the 30 year old man to harbor view are at last check. He was listed as critical. Parents of a 9 11 victim are remembering their son at a special presentation in Mercer Island Tonight. Todd Beamer was one of the passengers that tried to gain control of United Airlines flight 93 after terrorists took it over. That plane crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Beamer's father, David, said the people on that plane learned of the other attack while they were in the air, and they knew they had to take actually got together. They considered options. It took a vote. Uh And they decided It's time Todd Beamer High School in federal Ways named after Peggy and.
"edmonds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"School years almost here. And a. I don't know if it was a staffer apparent. I don't know. But somebody said, Hey, Dori, look at the calendar for Sherwood Elementary. Over in Edmonds, see if you notice anything. Now we've talked a lot about how Edmonds and Edmund schools have gone off the deep end. Uh, their City council president thinks Edmonds is horribly racist city. You can rat on your neighbors and Edmonds if they hurt your feelings. In the schools. They are knee deep in critical race theory. Well, let's look at the Edmund School calendar here, Uh, September of 21 1st Day. September 8th Okay, No big deal there. Let's go to October. Picture day, October 6th October, 13th. Let's see them to walk a thon. Okay, that's it for October. November. Of the Veterans Day. That's good Thanksgiving. Okay, that's all good. Let's see what else we got here December Mm. Well, there's no school the last couple of weeks. They don't tell us why. Uh, no. No school and a couple days in January, you see the calendar that I have it has Jewish holidays. It has Muslim holidays. It has everything except Christian holidays. No New Christmas. No Easter. ID. Al Fitr, is there Ramadan is on the calendar. But no Christmas and Easter. Huh? Seems odd. Why would they discriminate against Christianity? In the Edmund school district. Why is that the one faith that gets left off of the calendar? Jewish hoses. Huh? I just played it off this morning. They don't have any Christian holidays on there. Odd, Isn't it? Next up in the Big Li, the big lead top trending his.
"edmonds" Discussed on Architecture Today
"We are in defining it we will be I mean the process of thing look to incorporate as a charitable community benefit society so that that was the the model that fitters best in his is a former cooperative. and so. that's that's kind of what we were network is supporting each other. And yes i mean. I would say that the reason that it has been difficult to draw a line around what we are is because it is on thailand responsive as well as being proactive so doesn't fit in one sort of space all of the time and we are very much trying to get ahead of where we need to be. But at the same time we're also reacting to the environment that we're in that we've recognized that probably what we need to do. Is you know. We've we've kind of collected diagrams. Visualizations of what we are. And that's true for that moment. Then we next and then we come back actually. It's changed this way. And now we move forward and we keep coming back to our touchstones. We mainly we keep coming back to our aims and our behaviors and making sure that the work that we're doing is aligned with those for anybody who doesn't know. Our aims are decarbonised now cultural transformation and ecological regeneration. So we kinda keep coming back to those things and making sure that we are pushing agendas and to the best of our abilities. This lovely picture my head of an organization that looks like kind of jackson. Pollock painting is probably the best one. Yeah thing you're headed this beautiful chaos and that's what major is were organisms. All your body is full of all these cells during their the to the so many different ways of you you can you can take x rays. You can take cat. Scans you can paint it. You can take photographs of the human body but like you can't understand it holy from any one of those perspectives. So that's i think what we're coming up against here is we've trying to pick today. Can is the way our this oceanic form that is constantly changing and evolving and progressing. And that's that's great. That's power of what we're trying to. We're trying to really embody these. This cultural transformation share our values of openness and honesty and radical listening The and so push them out through the network we use hand signals takes and everyone who joins goes. I keep waiting my hands during jay meetings at work i tend waving hands like jazz hands. That's that means. I agree and so hand signal system it it. It comes for applause in in Sign language but having screamed full of people waving the hands that you when you make a point is so fulfilling and i would love that to get into every client meeting every every board meeting where you raise a point. You don't quite know wherever anyone else agrees with you. And then suddenly sees some hands rights and that that sort of listening to each other communicating and being open and bringing your whole self to what you do what we're trying to. Sabrina across into into industry. I two things i would just. Is that fundamentally we've whereas radical these things you know where it's like. I'm on a and that may be true. I kind of really think of that too much because it sort of doing. What's necessary more than anything else. And those often come with sort of a negative connotation and have say it is the most positive experience of my life having been involved in a dramatic but it's really is positive. We come away from every single meeting feeling either spirit on to take something further energized or supported On at the very very like highest level may have made like this huge network of friends like if very very positive experience. There's nothing to be afraid of. Actually here if anything. I just don't understand where everybody is why we didn't do earlier. I you can have this really terrible day and then go of cults goto an econ meeting this evening and you sit down the two hours. I've never walked away from. They can meet take sides. Were annoyed like every time on refreshed. I'm i'm so energized by what we were talking about what. We're doing what we're planning what's happened. What the the other members of the network have been able today. And it's it's a constant source of pride and joy and has fundamentally changed how i approached so much of my life. So how can other people get involved santana. Brilliant sales pitch right now sense life-affirming and what's the next set for people listening guests our website for Dot on from there you can find all sorts of information you can see what the groups are. You can have looking theory when it got involved. Rumbled social media channels in sign up to our mailing list. Our our web Managed a lot of our meetings through what's up and so most of our joining links are readily available as well and it is as simple as joined that group and come to the first meeting and you will be welcomed with open arms. Honestly it's always so exciting to have people come so we hold his. We hold open meetings. They were fully when we were in person. They grew a little bit when we were aligned but essentially come along to any of the meetings he can. There's an events page on the website and that usually has the most up to date events on it and or follow on bright and that's probably the simplest way. Just come along. See what we're up to see what we're talking about. They're always a They're always interesting. I think the louis give you something to think about. And then when you see a group that you're particularly interested if you're really interested in so refurbishment of existing buildings or excited about sercretay then you can join those specific groups and i think There are so many campaigns already running that you can just get involved with. You can start your own if there's something that year thought of we haven't like we totally open for people coming in. I wanna do. This was support as much as we can in doing those things but if you just want to come to an answer you just want to listen to things if you just want to be. Part of what's going on. Part of the conversation is invoked as much or as little as you like an all of that is valid. It's all part of of this listening in the so a sharing knowledge center and san. It's been an absolute joy talking at your infused azam and passion is completely factious. Thank you you've been listening to. Eighty conversations with me is allen. 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"edmonds" Discussed on Architecture Today
"This change. We really need to fight the idea that it costs more to be sustained ruined. I can't see a to to be sustainable and to to to just do good enough. That such a low and bishop word sustainability. Yes he's been totally devalued by being overused in the last week but to understand what that means is just carrying on in the status quo so perfected. We need to be regenerative and building something better and that's what we need to be talking about. Now is the benefits that you can get by doing something better. The health benefits the cost benefits the environmental benefits to to nature to people to future generations. The on born yet. We're just the beginning of something as a paradigm shift. Isn't it sprays that Talking it out which is a fundamental rewriting the rules and most importantly changing the mindset so and ease education system doing space i mean obviously that's where the mindset star business. The education group is one of the biggest really benefits from the energy and enthusiasm that students have been the young people have right now and those are the timely into how the multinational company does architects working fingers to embiid. I think yes. Education is a fundamental crucial part of it but by the time is even if we educate l. I has now and they become the best client climate where architects they can be by the time. They're in a practice. We have a position to make any change. It's too late. This is eighty conversations. You can listen to the back catalogue at architecture today. Dot co dot. uk forward slash protocols. We've got was nine years left to carbon emissions. Couldn't be there there is. There's no way that just by changing our education system. We can tackle excuse at every level through the profession and beyond and we need to work outside of that profession to ensure that clients contract. Does the general public know how much of an impact so construction industry has and how much benefit could have. Yeah i think. I think if we need to also look at education as you know beyond your studies It's continuing its holy through your career. Nowhere obviously always very busy working very long hours and we don't have time for more. Copd or we don't have time to like educate further. That is just unacceptable. You choose whether you're where you go while you're doing what you're researching lives of practices have rnd elements of the work. That they do we all should. There's no reason for this performance significant parts of bus and you're right about the time shift in the disney to happen across the board but i think an salmon i had talked about this before scott mccauley who's one of our coordination but also runs the on top of architecture school We did it at talk together at one of the schools and something that he said to the students in discussion with just everything he said. You've got more power than you have been told you have more power than you think you do. If you have more power than you have been told that applies to every architect. I would say we think we can't change as we think we're beholden to this person about prison. We have got. We have absolutely got custody for change. We just haven't really embraced As as an entire profession and an announcer really simple mindset. Change that you can make yourself the where we've we've worked on the the nerds and i claim joining the actress nerd. An- anna kissed and the the point of producing these sorts of reports that the embodied carbon repeal in the second economy series. The they're all about being at the table being the tables where decisions a mate and we can't do that by just being outside with placards we need to work in the bring these people inter network and expand throughout all of the industry bodies and ensure the the list radical agenda and again i think needs to define the radical. It's about change. I'm working from the most basic to to fundamentally change what we do and i think we we need to retain that professionalism as we're doing and retain that that that respect that knowledge base that go back to your point about the importance of of language app see genius wasn't being flippant. I think working with the kind of the language of the and the work stages unless things and actually kind of filtering radical agenda three that is brilliant because in a way is not so much that a previous generations of activists were. I mean you'll phrase was ignored. It's more that they allowed themselves to be marginalized using the language of the margins unite. And so i've realized belatedly that. Initially i described a movement and i didn't know that was the correct. Would because listening to you. I'm thinking everything you're saying about defining the profession and its agenda. Where is and how it operates. That feels almost like All you're actually in a way. An alternative are a you challenge. We have had people who tentative would be mirror arabia fee to us. So i think a bad thing. I think it's constantly vova. We don't quite even know what we are. We've had so much trouble even trying to diagram of what we all we've had some attempts tried to visualize what.
"edmonds" Discussed on Architecture Today
"Us so you've gotta get on. Boards this is eighty conversations with me is about allen you can subscribe free of charge at architecture today. Dot co uk forward slash. Podcast i think the attitude of the industry has changed massively over the last couple of years. And maybe because i'm so seeing so closer and but i think we are chained to to what's going on in the world and the uproar after the the ip c. c. One point five degree report has just been enormous. And we can't ignore that so i would hope that most architects at least understand that there is this emergency going on but i think the urgency is unnecessary that yet allow the august coming out with the mandatory competencies season things with very very slow to change. And we don't have the time we really need to be addressing nissen taking the leadership and really pushing the issues we we see can make a difference. I mean the key. A heath especially practical huge payrolls and craft that client's happy is obviously against how close is well the clients on pets pay frayed or give us time to do it. Would you say to those architects house. We gave them a mandate to kind of push agenda. That client sent necessarily want to pay for the. I think this is really a key part in. It's where it's where you have to sort of start to balance your patients in your frustration. Said this isn't like we're not at a point where we have the answers and we have the solution. We know okay all. We need to do this and unhappy where we solve. The problem it starts with a conversation starts with language starts with how you value the built environment that you're operating within and it really is a bad that it really is a systemic cultural change so i would argue actually that our job must extend far beyond the texture profession. We are in this silo. We always have being not necessarily very good communication to the rest of the wider society. What we do or what impact we can have but speaking younger architects like this is a great time to be an architect if you engage with this because it is here's the so much opportunity in addressing this head on where you know it really does will allow for huge creativity out. I think it does start to go back to this notion of cultural in systemic change. It's just in the language that you use to start with. So we had a great conversation with a group of people from different organizations. And you know we were saying well one of the big things that you know what could we. What would be great if we could just stop as a profession. Lots of other industries saying well. We're just not going to do this. Any more what could we do and somebody who sang will. Let's just stop demolition. Or let's stop building tall buildings and obviously you can make statements in. That sounds really. You know three powerful but we don't have necessarily the power to do that but we do have the power to do is to start say while before we go to demolition. Can we just talk about deconstruction. In fact can we go back. Can we talk about deep retrofit. Can we talk about how this value system works like. How do we see these buildings. We might see negative because they don't give us certain things financially or economically you space efficiency wise but what are the other body systems that are there so that solanas nice like actually writing another stage into the rework stages. Isn't it if you could have the first one which is not just the kind of briefing and whatever but the proper rigorous cost benefits analysis. I mean this is going back to the united center. Prime single people tell you once an extension to that. She wanted to all that real life before we take on any job. You go through the conversation which is very structured conversation about whether it's needed on. Say one of the things. I was really impressed about the a can't was doing with an you're really facing head on the reading. Eddie saw fun. I love the events the with reap work stages. I love the fact that you're identifying the Procurement and vacation contracts and all. I think the small print is kind of the devil is in the detail isn't skype. I'm so think this being a step change because i feel like Leaving oxygen school. The kind of language of an environmental change activism was very difficult. It was very high level. Think is less passionate but you knows poetic in a way. You're must be determined. Inanity on is that is that sage activism Thing i think activism has gone through stages. And i think we've certainly you can see generations of activists and you can also see how they've been ignored and i think the the current the way that we're tackling the moment is is using science easing access figures. The people run away from The the when when you present something. We've numbers behind it when you when you make a scientific model of something and showed extrapolation for that. You can't hide from that. A nikon of greenwash. We we we we. We just need to tackle things now and and i. I think this is the best way that we've got to do it. I think you're right. I think having the backup having the evidence base is really important because then you are at the table. You're you're validating your arguments you are. You are to be taken seriously when you have that backup but i think the other thing that we have we try not to forget is that where continually striving to do a little better than than that. We are trying to also bring it in a positive light. We need to start changing the language again. I'm a keep coming back to the language but it's so important this is thought to be stopped. Dykes seeing this as a negative as something that you have to add on something that you have to pay for something that you have to give up it the longer you hang onto that first language the more damaging it's gonna be. This is an opportunity. This isn't something that we could do better. This is like a great privilege to be able to really turn this ship around and do something really positive really additives instead of it. Always being this notion of like well. I don't wanna have to do that. Because it's gonna mean.
"edmonds" Discussed on Architecture Today
"World so what i do as an octave what a professionally and personally is all parts of this whole system so understanding how we can do better is just part of ongoing learning process sara. What's your story. How do you. I join the movement. Well you know as a climate concerned susan. I've been questioning changing my decisions across my life across the spectrum in my life know my choices as consumer my choices as a parent but i was struggling to find support for changing my choices or support for my choices. An architect similar to sam being in interested in sustainability and how to bring that and just as a fundamental practice and not quite difficult as a small practitioner. I think just in terms of the resource that it takes but em you know. This is a change that we've seen happening Notably with the climate youth movements. The urgency of that just seemed absence in the construction industry. And so i went to declare event in the launch event of arkansas united in nineteen which was an incredibly moving galvanizing experience. But it was facilitated by the wonderful and o'brien and a met sam there who was one of hers supporting facilitations as econ. And that's how. I got hooked so a couple of economies meetings laser and i was a coordinator in existing buildings group and the rest of the song says mystery and it has absolutely fundamentally changed things for me. So you pay coordinators. What's the structure So i think everybody in can has a similar story is being being thrown him by somebody going blind event. And then you sort of realize the found this collection of people over the same sort of passions that you have and working in on these interesting projects. I never thought possible before. I fell into it. So the network is arranged We have this broader network. Where you come to meetings. She can get both as much as like is broken up into working groups so we have above grounds semantic routes where. We're looking at specific subjects in the built environment said things like existing buildings embodied carbon Called planning policy various. I think we've got nine groups. The my renews one is natural materials just formed The these nine groups work on various projects and build campaigns there and each one of those has a cooled mates say at least one sometimes two three or four konate depending on the size of the group that just help to make things run more efficiently They're the sort of shepherds heading the cats and we gather together into a circle and along with the thematic groups who got working groups that will d graphics run the website social media finances and things like that and then we have a steering group. Is well where we're trying to make the ship going the right direction and Try and share the resources as well as possible so it's a little bit of an anarchist arrangement we refer back to the chrissy is is a way of oak nizing. Essentially everybody is an equal in the network will work together and we just find the row. The best suits what we need to be doing. Say my current role his movements will support coordinator. So i'm looking after working groups. That are running the website and back of house things And sarah is currently the existing buildings could mater but around them. We we should take on. The road is necessary at that time. And it said that fluidity in that dynamism that allows us to really adapt and Chase the challenges that we need to anyone. Time the one day i would say about us. It takes a little bit of getting used to. I think if you come to emmy tank we've had meetings for. We've had new joiners and it's always exciting. Tux new people come along and find a. m. e. sometimes got a question. Michael can i can do this. And the responses will yes. You are a cotton you know. You're here that's what mountainous. If there's something that you feel passionate drive it for take at the top. The support is here for you to do this. So i think that's really key the differences that you don't have to do something to prove yourself to be part of the membership to pay a membership fee to do any of those things you come. You put your energy. And that's what's asked. Outfits and in that sense is sending very like extinction rebellion in terms of the sort of lack informal hierarchy management and all the emphasis on individual action as part of the whole list. Things what's your relationship to saw sir can was founded on westminster during the fest of rising through funeral steering group Decided to bench governor and take on the industry But i think we've learned lessons from what they during way. We solve buildings of relearning from exile sunrise movement from the climate a movement. That does this incredible energy and people and people ask about al leaders. Some lead less lead a full as so many people in the network who have the ability to do incredible things and we just help empower them to and give them that support. Must what is really about support network and let me bring it back very directly to the link with your professional life as architects. I mean you have to living. How'd you reconcile the two and let me ask you. How'd you reconcile your work as practitioners with your worth can. This is a really interesting question that a lot of people battle it on. It's actually one of the things that we battlements quite a lot because you know people have got to work and it's difficult when it feels like there's so much to be done. Where do you find the time to do it. And actually it's just that it's just a difficult balance. We we make the time because of passionate about. Is you know as sunsets. Currently were richest south organized. You know we don't have any funding at a th moment for any any sort of paid records parts of that so really is just about using the power of the network that we've talked about before and ensuring that we've got as many hands on on the deck to kinda help those things but if i'm being really really honest and it just takes up more time. I'm having to sort of find time somewhere else to kind of bring about this change because once you start to see the impact that you're having an individual as part of this collective is very difficult to walk away from it because you really do feel the Feet and so. I think it might veil like a bit of an ask at the beginning when he see okay. I need this meeting about making so interesting on a really won't be part of us but actually yeah that's sort of becomes sort of reached this Can't back away now. This too much at stake. This isn't something we can opt in or out of. You know there is a real very very real threat of emergency and if you're.
"edmonds" Discussed on KOMO
"Here's Marina. Well, we have some very wait times for you. Mukilteo Clinton. Both vessels are 30 to 35 minutes behind schedule. Seattle Bainbridge Island at the Bainbridge Terminal status Now a two hour wait. Going to take a look at the Edmonds Kingston route here in just a second. It looks like the Edmonds Kingston route. Come on out. There we go to our weight at the Kingston Terminal. We have solid traffic westbound. I 90 leaving Clear column, and that's going to be a tough one off and on almost to Snoqualmie pass, and there was an earlier collision near Cle Elem on westbound 90 that's been cleared out of the way north on I five is solid traffic after you leave Olympia, and it's going to be bumped a bumper through Lacey and into J BLM also struggling North 25 in Tacoma from Highway 16. On up to Portland Avenue. We have a tough North found I five just south of Sha Hollis up past Centralia area. We're also looking at slowdown southbound I five because of construction of the Stillaguamish River. So that's why it's so tough coming out of stand. Would you do get a break? But when you're in Smokey point at 1 70 seconds back into the thick of it all the way Down into Everett. This like a traffic sponsored by audible. Everything you want to hear is on audible stream, best sellers and the newest hot releases in stream originals and podcasts to sign up for a free trial at audible dot com. Your next chemo traffic at 4 54. Checking our Cuomo forecast Lovely weather to end this holiday weekend highs will be in the seventies today will dip down to around 60 tonight. Even warmer tomorrow in the low eighties, cools back down in the seventies on Wednesday and Thursday again before warming up for the weekend..
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.
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
"edmonds" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"Thanks to guys draft sharks world and rob for tonight's rundown talk about clip kingsbury and chase edmonds. Because kingsbury said this week. His coaching staff is pretty confident that he that edmonds We'll be or can be the primary running back for arizona this according to a report profootballtalk dot com kingsbury actually used the phrase bell cow when referring to chase edmonds of course a couple of weeks before kenyan drake becomes a free agent now drake did not He did not participate week nine for the arizona cardinals last year. Edmonds took twenty five carries for seventy yards against the dolphins and he didn't see any more than eleven carries in a game for the rest of the season and obviously was mixed up along the way the courtroom from kingsbury. We all understand that he fortunately been picked up a couple of times which we want to keep them on the field but we have all the confidence in the world in chase and him being able to be the bell cow if this is how it plays out now edmonds last year sauce. Sixty seven targets that was fourth most on the team and fifth most among all running backs. If kenyan drake does indeed sign with somebody else farrell you would think that edmonds could inherit a belco role in arizona. My question to you knowing what we know right now knowing. If you are drafting in kentucky basketball which. I am in n. f. n. g. best ball which you are. How do you handle chase. Edmonds or the arizona cardinals. Well if you've got a feel for chase edmonds. I would say you're doing a little better than his cokes. clinton Let's just say cliff. Confuses me And and these. These statements are confusing And he's he needs to make a decision about his personnel and go forward with this quote. How can you feel anything into this. But we have all the confidence in the world and chase and him being able to be the bill cal. It's that's how this plays out. Well he's going to determine how it plays out so you know stay tuned you know so. Do you draft the player and hope that the fickle coach makes the decision with his thirteen and eighteen bucks. Time record in the nfl. I don't know i. I just don't know about this club they did. Jj watt though. They did sign. Jj watt n d wisconsin zone. Jj watt going through the desert and arizona. Chase edmonds is the running back thirty four and a half pc best balls over the last week going on average at the nine own nine as high as the eight. Oh nine eleven oh to. He is going on average at the nine zero nine in best ball. Dress right now certainly like farrell said. If you're a believer that is a bargain like ninety nine right now..
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.
"edmonds" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Kerry and then we actually use Vanilla bean. My nice. I buy them by the kilo, and they're expensive, but it makes all the difference. So where can we buy your products? And the Oklahoma City area. We are in the coop. It. Waterloo and Coltrane. That's about Edmund right? Because community coop and because this community to say, which is on West Edmund Road, we are inside. We are at Big sky bread at 60. Yeah. And Rachel has been with me. Rachel and Kelly, the owners. Big Scott bread there. Carries like 95% of my product line. You can also find this an urban agrarian, not the entire product line. But but Probably maybe about 40% of what we make. Both that Edmonds Their location on heard and as well as their location. Right behind on was, I think, Second Street post close to downtown. I'm trying to think we've got more than that. But those are the ones that Oh, we're also new customers, The spice rack and Yukon wonderful, wonderful places you have never been or don't know anything about him. It's really everything's organic there. And all their scientists. Wonderful people. Let's see. Um do you have a website that people wanted to order like a gift basket? Something like that. You have a website so people can go to Not not for gift basket purposes. I mean, but they could buy your product online if they wanted. Yes, that their website that you're on k terra farms dot com. Yes, ma'am. Us. Awesome. Well, thank you. We so appreciate you being here. Your story is amazing. Thank you. Yes, we'll get you back in here few months and I'm gonna try product That looks fantastic. Think I remember years? The basic training workshop didn't mentioned Was a presenter on the retail marketing. Right? She had that one down. Evidently, other jobs where you got it, all right. Hey. Well, thanks again. We got to get going to commercial. We'll talk in here. We appreciate you so much. Thank you Been.
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" Discussed on No Agenda
"Time a first time longtime please deduce me shit douched janice oliver an edmonds washington donald rippling dresden ohio sir alan bean up during tigger oregon and last but not least by each e kit ago and san francisco a beautiful list for the end of twenty twenty and with this we thank every single producer who was produced with time talent or on this list with treasure in twenty twenty. It's been a crazy year. We didn't take a single day off We blew straight through our typical two hour. Forty five minute to three hours and forty five minutes often just to get everything in there as we could as we can as much and i've had a really good time i know it sucks for so many people what's happened but the the no agenda tribe has strengthened to just fantastic proportions. And it's been beautiful to see the meetups. The protas dropping like flies. No one's dropping like flies and you're probably much healthier forward just for having an outlet. I know i am just to be able to laugh at some of these morons. They're stupid crap that they keep pushing.
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
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
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
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
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