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The History of the Electric Car

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:55 min | 4 months ago

The History of the Electric Car

"It or not. The electric automobile is almost two hundred years old in eighteen. Twenty eight hungarian priest by the name of unused djedovic created a simple electric motor and may have created a device that converted it into motion in eighteen. Thirty two scottish inventor robert anderson created a very simple vehicle which is basically a carriage a non rechargeable electric battery into crude electric motor. It didn't go very far and it didn't go very fast. But it was a self-propelled electric vehicle. Electric vehicles were mostly novelties. And weren't something that could find practical use. There was no centralized electrical generation at the time. And there were. No wires transmitting electricity. And moreover every time you use the car you had to get a brand new battery. It isn't believed that any of these very early vehicles actually ever carried a passenger. Many people in the mid nineteenth century created electric devices which moved including prototype electric trains however the fundamental problem that electric vehicles run into for poor batteries and very inefficient motors. The first big development came in eighteen fifty nine by french physicist guest on plenty who invented the acid lead battery. This was a breakthrough in that. The battery can be recharged over and over. Even though there had been improvements over the years this is still basically the same type of battery found in most cars today in eighteen. Eighty one french inventor gustav trevi created the first thing that we would probably recognize as an automobile. It was an electrically driven vehicle. That could carry a pasture down a public street trevi. Interestingly enough also applied electric motor to a boat thus creating the world's first outboard motor in eighteen eighty two englishman. Thomas parker produced a commercial electric vehicle. It wasn't until eighteen. Five that german engineer karl benz invented the first internal combustion engine automobile and the name benz should ring a bell to anyone who's remotely familiar with cars.

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"electric devices" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"electric devices" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"electric devices" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"electric devices" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"electric devices" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"electric devices" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Which required him to leave his family behind you actually to get on a train and travel to Osaka toe work. They're clean the shop and he would clean the hibachi, and he was also in charge of looking after the shop owners, Children But the hibachi shop wasn't long for this world and it went out of business. Kansuke was able to find new apprenticeships with a store that sold an exotic new import from the UK. Bicycles. It was during this apprenticeship that Kansuke learned how to use metal working tools and stuff like leaves. Sasuke became interested in using tools to craft things, and he spent five years in his apprenticeship. He considered actually leaving the apprenticeship in order to further his education, But he actually got some advice from his father. His father said. Hey, you know what? Don't worry about education so much stick to this. You're learning a lot. You're learning about how to use these tools. You're learning the craft. You're learning about business. Skip the education. You're getting the education you need where you are. What you should do is just study this until you can have your own business. Then you can hire people who have an education. And I kind of dig that story. It has a charm to it, and also kind of falls in line with so many other entrepreneurs who either didn't finish or never even started further education and instead focused on their businesses. It's another one of those themes we see in Tech. Now that being said dropping out of school is not exactly a surefire way to go into. You know, a successful business. A lot of other factors have to come into play as well. But it is something that we've seen a lot of in the text fear. In 1910 Konosuke joined the Osaka Electric light company. He was 15 years old. And electricity was just coming to Japan, and Kansuke was fascinated by it. He was kind of thrown into the deep end. Pretty early on his first, really big job was to work on wiring up a theater in Osaka, and this was an enormous undertaking. I mean, you're installing wires in a very large building that has never had electricity. The whole project ended up taking half a year became a bit of a taskmaster, according to the official Panasonic history. He led his team at age 15 no less to work very long hours in order to get this job done, and that effort took its toll on him, kind of suitcase immune system was weakened, probably from all the exhaustion. And he actually contracted pneumonia, but fortunately he did recover. By the time he was 22 Konosuke was married and had risen to the highest level. He could't Osaka light company in his in his division. That was ah, a rank of inspector that was the name of the job title. In a spare time, He developed an improved electrical socket, and he attempted to convince his boss that this would be a really great investment. It would be a great product. People would want it. They'd be ableto make a bunch and sell a bunch, but his boss wasn't convinced. And so on June 15th 1917 hey left his secure job at the Osaka Light company. To start his own manufacturing company, and he did this despite having next to nothing in savings. His workshop, which is being generous, was out of his own small home that he was renting. Now and a lot of stories about start ups. I talk about how founders got started out of a garage. That's another kind of common thread. But this is even more humble than that. His home had dirt floors, and he had convinced to other Osaka Electric light company Co. Workers to join him in his business and then his wife's brother also signed on. But the odds were stacked against Konosuke and by the end of 1917 poor sales convinced his two former co workers from Osaka Electric light company to just jump ship that left the business to his wife and his brother in law, and things were pretty grim. But then the company received a giant order. 1000 Insulate er plates for electric fans, and they were kept afloat. Konosuke took that money and immediately put it toe work. He decided to rent out a two story home and move everything in there with the workshop downstairs. He was quite the upgrade from the small place he had rented with his wife. And he also created a new company called Matsushita Electric Devices. Manufacturing works..

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"electric devices" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"electric devices" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"I'm an executive producer with I heart radio and love all things tech and, you know, guys, it has been a while since I have done a deep dive on the history of a tech company, And that's partly because I've covered. You know a lot of tech companies on this show and When I think I should do a Siri's about such and such a company. I'll then go and do a quick search and discover that you know already. Did that. And that's the challenge of having a tech podcast that has more than 1200 episodes in the archives is that often I have already covered things that I thought I should cover, But one company I have never done a full rundown on is Panasonic. Now I've talked about Panasonic and other shows, particularly ones about stuff like televisions. But I've never really sat down to research the company's history. So we're fixing that today. Now for me when I think Panasonic I often think about CSU know the consumer Electronics show case, And that's because whenever I attended CS Panasonic was one of the companies that always had a very large impressive presence there. Panasonic traditionally has a long and Comparatively narrow space in the Central Hall at CEO. That would be the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, which has three massive exhibition halls north, Central and South. Now, when I say had a narrow space, I just mean that really the space was longer than it was wide right. It wasn't a square is more of a rectangle. Now, the Central Hall typically has a few other heavy hitters in that space as well In that general exhibition space. Soni has a booth in the Central Hall, Samsung and LG, among others. Panasonic often has a spectacular stage area. It's just it's one of those booths. That really grabs your attention as soon as it comes into your view, But I had no idea how old the company was, or what sort of things lead to it becoming a major player in the Electron IX space, the company's story actually stretches back more than a century. Though the company has only officially gone by the name Panasonic since 2008. Before that, it was known as the Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, and it all begins with a guy named Konosuke Matsushita. And his business of producing attachment Bloods. You will have humble beginnings, I suppose or most of us. Sasuke was born in 18 94 in Japan back when Japan was still in empire and his family was fairly well off. At least initially, it Wass Konosuke was the youngest of eight siblings. His father was a landowner and one of the more influential members of the small community. Where the family lived. But his father invested poorly, and he lost much of the family's wealth due to speculation gone wrong, a theme we find quite often in the world of technology, but that's another story. The family moved into a nearby city in a small house, and when Kansuke was about to graduate elementary school or or the equivalent to elementary school, his family apprenticed him to hibachi store in Osaka. Which required him to leave his family behind You actually to get on a train and traveled to Osaka toe work there. He clean the shop and he would clean the hibachi, and he was also in charge of looking after the shop owners, Children But the hibachi shop wasn't long for this world and it went out of business. Kansuke was able to find new apprenticeships with a store that sold an exotic new import from the UK. Bicycles. It was during this apprenticeship that Kansuke learned how to use metal working tools and stuff like leaves. Sasuke became interested in using tools to craft things, and he spent five years in his apprenticeship. He considered actually leaving the apprenticeship in order to further his education, But he actually got some advice from his father. His father said. Hey, you know what? Don't worry about education so much stick to this. You're learning a lot. You're learning about how to use these tools. You're learning the craft. You're learning about business. Skip the education. You're getting the education you need where you are. What you should do is just study this until you can have your own business. Then you can hire people who have an education. And I kind of dig that story. It has a charm to it, and also kind of falls in line with so many other entrepreneurs who either didn't finish or never even started further education and instead focused on their businesses. It's another one of those themes we see in Tech. Now that being said dropping out of school is not exactly a surefire way to go into. You know, a successful business. A lot of other factors have to come into play as well. But it is something that we've seen a lot of in the text fear. In 1910 Konosuke joined the Osaka Electric light company. He was 15 years old. And electricity was just coming to Japan, and Kansuke was fascinated by it. He was kind of thrown into the deep end. Pretty early on his first, really big job was to work on wiring up a theater in Osaka, and this was an enormous undertaking. I mean, you're installing wires in a very large building that has never had electricity. The whole project ended up taking half a year, Konosuke became a bit of a taskmaster, according to the official Panasonic history. He led his team at age 15 no less to work very long hours in order to get this job done. And that effort took its toll on him kind of suitcase immune system was weakened, probably from all the exhaustion and he actually contracted pneumonia, but fortunately he did recover. By the time he was 22 Konosuke was married and had risen to the highest level. He could't Osaka light company in his in his division. That was a a rank of inspector that was the name of the job title. In a spare time, He developed an improved electrical socket, and he attempted to convince his boss that this would be a really great investment. It would be a great product. People would want it. They'd be ableto make a bunch and sell a bunch, but his boss wasn't convinced. And so on June 15th 1917 he left his secure job at the Osaka Light company. To start his own manufacturing company, and he did this despite having next to nothing in savings. His workshop, which is being generous, was out of his own small home that he was renting. Now and a lot of stories about start ups. I talk about how founders got started out of a garage. That's another kind of common thread. But this is even more humble than that. Konosuke. His home had dirt floors, and he had convinced to other Osaka Electric light company Co workers to join him in his business and then his wife's brother also signed on. But the odds were stacked against Konosuke and by the end of 1917 poor sales convinced his two former co workers from Osaka Electric light company to just jump ship that left the business to Konosuke, his wife and his brother in law, and things were pretty grim. But then the company received a giant order. 1000 Insulate er plates for electric fans, and they were kept afloat. Konosuke took that money and immediately put it toe work. He decided to rent out a two story home and move everything and there with the workshop downstairs. He was quite the upgrade from the small place he had rented with his wife. And he also created a new company called Matsushita Electric Devices. Manufacturing works. This was in 1918 and it was this company that would eventually over. The course of 100 years essentially evolve into Panasonic. And so the company traces its history officially to 1918 1918 is also the year that the first World War would come to an end. Japan had played an important part in World War I. The Empire of Japan supported the Allied forces and the young Japanese manufacturing industry had found an eager customer in European countries, which had a need for more material to support war efforts..

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How Sleep Can Be the Missing Key To Your Success

The Small Business Radio Show

09:09 min | 1 year ago

How Sleep Can Be the Missing Key To Your Success

"Sleep so often overlooked too when it comes to performance of a business people and folks in general. I think for the last as long as I can remember until really recently in the last couple of years conversation seems sorta about it. It's felt like the thing that people think they could cut. We all know the experience even probably from childhood when we had a bit of time when he was in We needed to make sure it was live on time. You might stay up early. Stop NATO should say get up early to do it so I think it's one of those things that most of us get into a habit of of counting at some point relatively early in our life and maybe it works on a one-off basis that we start to think that maybe that's a small thing to do. Well do we cut it because we actually can get by for a certain period of time really with a lot less or without it? I think you're right. I think if you cut it for one night and say you have USA. You enjoy h how it's suppose you had maybe six for night so long as you catch up all have a pretty solid eight hours or mole the next night. You should be fined. The problem for most of this comes when we cut it every night and then we can catch the weekend and things like that so I think you're right. I think cutting once in a while most of us feel doesn't do any So what does your research show about people that don't get enough sleep. My book is a fusion. If you like of my own experience and Research For my life and a lot of reading and talking to others as well and what it shows is that much as. I've already alluded to that. The first ninety s fine but the back you start to suffer physically and mentally and of all the parts of the brain most affected by lack of sleep. The brain is the one that suffers the west and work. Sheri's off I. It's also the parts of the prefrontal. Cortex THE PART OF THE BRAIN. That does all the stuff of leadership stuff. The main management of key activities that people running small business for example need to master. That's why you get affected quickest. So ironically People sort of sort of people listening to this show who are carrying the burden of running their own business and often thing that maybe cutting sleep too smart. It's very area of the brain that they need most where Sleep is particularly vital because in today's society we don't need rest of our bodies because it's not like we're out in the fields working all day right. We really need the rest of our mind. And that's what sleep enables you to do because I know what I don't get a good night's sleep like last night my mind. The next day is just jumbled. It seems like when I get a good deep sleep and I have. Some great dreams almost relaxes my mind in kind of washes everything out for the next day because I often think the best way to describe it to be the first three or four hours of sleep is a physical recovery. The next three or four hours is more like the mental recovery and a lot of people think they can get by on for the and they can just sort of luck themselves around on a daily basis physically They they they can actually still function not optimally but they can function whereas those of us that really try hard to get seven to eight hours sleep. No the benefits from a mental point of view and it certainly a number of things go on in the brain when your sleeping and one of them much. You're listening to is that you start to integrate your new learnings from the day before. It's almost like you're operating system is up a nightly basis right exactly. Well I also your memories off filed property as well to go hand in hand with that so hopefully you know we learn things where most of us aspire to be lifelong learners. We learn something every day and night. That should then be properly integrated into our knowledge of the world and we can better do different. People actually need different amounts of sleep. Because that's what you hear a lot of like I only need four hours or I really need eight hours. Whatever that is or to human beings really need all the same amount or is it depends on their age Areas when you will in. I'm typically talk about adult sleep when you are a child. You need a lot You know maybe this need. I'll try eighteen hours a day when when I first born and then gradually fourteen year old son who I know observation leave. I also know from reading. He needs at least somewhere between nine and maybe ten and a half hours sleep to function at his best for adults. It's typically seven to eight hours Maybe slightly more based on all the research that is that is being done. It doesn't seem to be that old people necessarily need less sleep the challenge for people who are retired and maybe become sedentary often don't wear themselves out of the day They don't get enough sunlight and actually generally by date. They stopped to sleep worse because they must tied as they they might be The other thing to note which is linked to what you're saying Various that there are definitely locks and owls in this world on that she's a genetic thing so if you're someone who loves the early morning and maybe wants to get to bed a bit The other many other people is part of your your. Dna is part of the way. You're wired I'm a LARK. I know hours five hours. That's pretty very annoying. The other one is always been up in the morning but actually wants to leave the party. Early I mean I'm neither a Lark Owl. I like to sleep. At least eight o'clock they had like a bit eleven o'clock so I don't know what that makes me what Giles one of the questions. I go ahead. People exactly jobs is this really vary by culture isn't a cultural thing. Do Asian folks European folks are American? Folks are South American folks. Does it vary by the kind of culture brought up with the way you approach sleep. I think so in terms of time. certainly living in an people live in Barcelona for example where they always go to bed. Feddie Nice that's the culture and the way the work. I don't think that from a if you like from any other reason for that role in the cultural have it. I don't think there is in terms of the like the genetics between people living in different coastal world. And what do you do when you have particularly bad nights like so for me? I usually have pretty good sleeper but recently I've had some really bad nights and you always want to reach for that Ambien to as the solution. What should you do this multiple things? You can do If he'll challenge is getting off to sleep so you just come in and get your brain is wearing and just can't get to sleep taking taking Bob's example epsom salt ball for any other sort of natural oil or salt. It's a fantastic way of relaxing. That's one great way to get to sleep. Another good way to read and read paper or maybe a kindle but something with low light and make sure that you leave your devices your electric devices and smartphones and ipads and so forth out of the bedroom and look for some lost our so before we get something else. I've used recently. Which really helped me again like you. I'm not pretty good sleep now but I still do have nights when I find difficult is something called White. Hit a blanket. You may have hired about these these Blankets specifically designed to almost simulate what it was like a child when you had before you go to bed or even in the old days when we sent in Europe used to always have sheets and blankets do base you got ta Ta very very tight when he kind of replicate the same thing and they should be somewhere between seven and thirteen percent of your body weight. So I'm just over ninety kilos and I've got a nine kilo blanket on that that's fantastic. I particularly find if I wake up in the middle of the night which is kind of the common thing along with Obviously when I go to bed I WANNA go back to sleep and I really make sure I get a good second part of the sleep. Is it. Well what I'm using that.

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A MedTech Company That Thinks Like a Biopharma

The Bio Report

07:10 min | 1 year ago

A MedTech Company That Thinks Like a Biopharma

"David. Thanks for joining US. For Greater Speaker. Thanks for having me. We're GONNA talk about orchestra. Biomed life at the intersection of Med tech and biopharmaceuticals and your recent financing events. Let's start with Arkestra more. Broadly though how do you describe the company? So it's a great question something since we founded the company and started this business about a year and a half ago. We spent a lot of time on because It's not an easy answer. But these really were describing ourselves as a strategic development partner to market leaders in the MED tech space We are a biomedical Innovation Company. And the core of what we do is the development of high impact products for major unmet needs enlarge Medical Condition Large Market. Major medical conditions lead products focus on arteries the number one killer in the world and hypertension the number one. Contributing risk factor. But our business model really and I started with the strategic partner industry is about really enabling the we think more capital efficient. The more Successful realization of these products bringing them to patients into physicians through strategic partnerships with established commercial market leaders. And where we'RE GONNA share the risk and share the rewards share the challenges development commercialization. And we think that's really at this point. The key differentiator. Something novel that we're bringing to the metric industry that we think is important innovation in and of itself In terms of being able to do a better job of advancing a pipeline of products and really seeing those products get whether to go which is to the market. The company's product lines have traditionally been considered medical devices. These are devices though that that have therapeutic purposes. Do you think there's a a valuation or opportunity penalty for being thought of as a medical device company? Well I think that's a great question because while healthcare innovation itself encompasses You know biopharmaceutical development Development Gene therapy medical technology medical devices through. You're talking about and more recently I think. Great advances in digital health. All of those different types of innovations. I think are thought of differently in terms of business model pathway to value and evaluation and medical technology medical devices particularly in the last say ten plus years. I I think the view In terms of valuation changed significantly if we look at that Either a capital market for a strategic perspective not focus has been on revenue and revenue growth is a major driver value. If you look at how any Wall Street analysts look emerging growth net tech and really meant take over all that revenue. Multiple is a big driver when we think about Bio Pharma. Look at you know we shipped over and say have Wall Street. Value Buyer farmer. I'm generally you're GONNA see valuations built off of long term probability and risk adjusted discounted cash flows and so one valuation metric is very much about the present. What is this product and this company generating with product in terms of revenue today and in the near future? What are the prospects for grow? But we we look at the other valuation methodology Bio Pharma. It's really a forward value. It's really a forward thinking forward looking value and the potential of the product. I think is captured much more in that long-term DCF those differences evaluation have a big impact on the whole cascade all the way down to early stage innovation and how you funders stage. I if you if you use a DC F- approach you in theory contained and very early stage product and we see this biotech even preclinical stage products with the potential and And be able to apply significant values and therefore And she access to a lot of capital to development to develop them at a relatively low cost capital the MED tech or medical device base. There really hasn't been the case. And and last ten years I think that's really impacted the availability of capital for early ideas and certainly more importantly availability of capital to fund the Mark Spencer Parts OF THE PROCESS LATE STAGE. Clinical Valentine the pursuit of regulatory approvals and then market entry and and so when we conceived the businessman Corker biomed and our strategy was really looking at those two different approaches the value and trying to see if we could create a business model. Four things that yes would be thought of as medical devices. Our products are a little. You know I guess unconventional you know drug device combination product violent tonic therapy and yes the market that we factor traditional medical device market. The business model is really about. How do we approach realizing value in a different way where we have her create way of you? Value is to a bio Pharma lands a longer term powered value of our future cash flow potential. Rather than. What are we doing today? You're in the very near future terms of rabid. I think it's fair to say that. The medical device industry hasn't been as successful at forging leveraging partnerships and licensing opportunities the way the biopharmaceutical industry. Has I imagine part of the reason for this is the cost and time to develop products. Hasn't been as daunting. Is this the case when you're dealing with the types of drug device combinations or something that's like a bio electric device? That's serving a therapeutic function. I don't think it necessarily just about the cost or the challenges. Alison I think. are actually advantages. I would agree in terms of cost. Time regulatory hurdles for devices I think those advantages probably been compressed. A little bit particularly for as you talk about a combination or or certainly even PMA class three devices or have significant impact.

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How to use Apple Podcast with your Alexa devices

AppleVis Podcast

07:22 min | 2 years ago

How to use Apple Podcast with your Alexa devices

"This podcast. I'm going to show you how to use apple podcasts on your Alexa devices now now apple and Amazon have been working closely together to make things more integrated for apple users with her Alexa devices. So in the past we have seen seen apple. Music have been comprised in part of the electric devices. And you're able to access Alexa Devices via Bluetooth. Was Your Iowa Iowa devices as well and now we have the presentation of offering apple podcasts. On your election devices. Why something you'd be interested in? Hey Thomas I can do that. I can ask for podcasts on election devices. But what makes us different. Well I'll tell you what makes us different I for one apple bringing apple podcasts. Impart integration with your election advice is not only. Does it angry something even more but it also. Oh syncs with your apple podcasts. Across the IOS devices meaning that every show that you listen to every thing that you finish finish oriented process of listening something we'll be across your irs. So if I continue on my elective vice and then I want to pick it up later on my iphone on it can do that now. That's one of the reason. The other reason is apple podcasts. Also present over eight hundred thousand different types of podcasts and brings is it straight to your Alexa device now before we proceed on the veil ability of this feature is not available in all countries at this time. So check to see if your country is is eligible for this feature. It is a very easy process now. The first thing you have to do we have a two step process the first step you have to tell Alexa how to use apple podcasts. I'm GONNA show you how to do that. And then second is using the actual Alexa devices to hear all the various commands. Do you have at your fingertips so let's start with Alexa APP itself. This is on your eye west. You have to download your Alexa APP. And we'll begin gin and let's find the Alexa APP here Amazon Alexa double tap to open. Okay Dole tapped open weather forecast for Lee's summit provided by ACCUWEATHER DOT COM now. This is very similar process what we did when we added the apple music to the Amazon Echo at the top left issues the menu button and you but go ahead and do one finger double tap on that advice but now we're going to swipe to the right into we could do settings settings but once we arrived here double tap settings voice responses now. We're looking for music. An podcast sort of swiped to the right communication music and PODCASTS and double tap music and pop music and podcasts. Amazon Music Amazon music. Now I'm GONNA switch to we get to link new services link news service button once you find the link link new services but double tap link link service Sirius Xm l.. Let's continue to apple podcasts. Double Tap apple podcast apple podcasts star rating and I will go to the right to use but in double tap on enable enabling skill Alex S and then once you enter your credentials or if you already have in your credentials. They won't ask for it. You're going to hear something like this. PODCAST service obviously. We WanNa make this default podcast service. When every time time he asked the lady for a podcast is going to use this apple podcasts? Instead set your favorite podcast service fault in music and podcasts settings selective service double tap if if all services all right. Now we're GONNA go to the right into the podcast area. PODCASTS heading there it is so we got to the PODCAST ear. No no go to the right Alexa. Resume my podcast. Selective service and double tap apple podcasts. And we're going to double tap on Apple. PODCASTS US. What we want to make default apple? podcasts elected apple podcasts and there we have it now. Let's get back out of here just to make sure it takes effect back button attack apple podcasts and we are now done. So let's head over to the Aleady device here. Now you can ask for any of your favorite podcasts. You have an and apple. PODCASTS luxa played dot dot podcast playing dot dot a daily five minutes echo demo from Alexa from apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode. DTD Ten sixty eight alphabet game a new skill every day. So as you can hear I invoked the podcast. I wanted to listen if he had never heard of dot dot give that one a world. You may hear me on from time to time if you'd like to resume where you just left off Alexa. Play DOT DOT podcast. Here's dot to dot a daily five minutes echo demo. I'm from Alexa from Apple. podcasts resuming the latest episode. DTD Ten sixty eight alphabet game. Stay we are looking at a skill. Called our for that game You're currently playing the latest episode profession. A country previous plane de ten sixty seven pet buddy new scale every day. Stop and of course you've got all the various things so of course you can do. Applebee's APP AH just exactly what I'm GonNa do next tried that Alexa Open. APPLEBEE's getting apple podcast from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode Applebee's Unleash December Twenty nineteen. Where are my flying cars and then we have? Oh everybody stop on. Can you ask for podcast it. You're aware of an no of you can also ask for specific categories. Such as give me the top rated podcasts on travel technology science food and many more. So there's lots of different things you can ask her so astrid yard their Alexa. Give me the top rated science podcasts. On Apple podcast getting science fiction rating system from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode onto seven hot tub time machine to stop stop and sometimes you may get the Amazon podcast instead and that will happen from time to time. So you've got to be very specific. And so we'll just say apple podcasts on the end of things so that will make sure that she is using your apple podcasts or the apple podcast skill as enabled Alexa. Give me the latest elitist technology podcast on Apple podcast. Playing the latest episode of Ted Talks Technology from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode. How I'm using biological data to tell better stories and spark social change? Heidi Boisvert Stop Tom and they have it. It is pretty simple to set up as I showed you in the beginning of this podcast. How to set this up as a skill? And now you have apple podcasts. Integrated a part of your election

Pindrops work. But if you (or your drone) require location precision, theres an app for that.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:51 min | 2 years ago

Pindrops work. But if you (or your drone) require location precision, theres an app for that.

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard and get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace and by the Maryland Marketing Partnership. If tech talent means everything into your business think Maryland home of the nation's highest concentration of stem workers they're leading universities and proximity to the intelligence community means your business will be surrounded and supported by the best minds in the field. Maryland makes for a smart investment. Make your move at open DOT MARYLAND DOT GOV three random words can direct you to any place on the globe. If you have the right software from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jed Kim in from Hollywood when you were a kid. Probably as soon as you could string together sentences your parents drummed into you. The fact that you live at such and such Evergreen Terrace Springfield field wherever nowadays you can just make your kid remember three words like engine doors cubs or life gps budget and that string of random words is enough to point to a unique ten foot by ten foot patch of ground somewhere on the globe. What three words is a company. That's divvied. David the planet into fifty seven trillion squares each with its own unique string of three identifying words anyone with the company's APP or website can translate locations locations from those words it's been used to help direct emergency responders in the UK and even deliver mail in Mongolia. Chris Sheldrick is co founder and CEO we owe at what three words and he says traditional addresses are too often imprecise and overdue for improvement it is incredibly difficult still so in many parts of the world to get exactly to where you're going and in the UK and the US that can be getting to the right entrance of a building even if the address contemplates to the right place but in so much of the world's just oven areas or Roy areas just not properly match addressed tool so we wanted to provide a very simple yet accurate way all talking about any ten foot square in the world. I understand that addresses can be a little difficult to navigate advocate but I imagine a time when electricity will go out or cell service. We'll go down. Is there a way that we could use this. If we didn't have computer or smartphone capability I see what you mean if he had no smartphone and Kapiti capability yes you would be stuck to us three address in us. Norio Butts while smartphones are here with us and functioning then three would addressees can provide a really really good way to get around and just to be clear like we're not trying line to replace addresses or area names or any of this sort of historical ways that we talk about the world what we're trying to do is when you do have a small faint sane or call will some electric device which want to really simplify the way the you can communicate a precise location. How do you make money so what three words is is a free APP for consumers to use free website we license attack to businesses who wants to convert between three addresses and coordinates so for example well we charge our customers like Mercedes Benz to have what three words pre fitted into that calls. How do you see this being useful in the future as new technology develops so a lot of it is all around precision if you think about drones and drone delivery I mean Nolanda is a post to the trust can be good enough because you're gonNA have to specify the Franca another back on starting to see the software developers who make software for these kinds of things putting in what we were at this very early stage because the idea of somebody like manually typing in that GPS coordinates full adroit to make a delivery seems kind of difficult. Chris Sheldrick is CEO of what three words the words are random which can seem suspect when game winning goal points to a spot in Brazil. What do you do if you live at massive passive dinosaur pile. Can you lobby for a change. Sheldrick says nope that's locked in but you could just pick an adjacent square and now for some related links by the way you can't use what three words on Google or apple maps yet still. I've we've had fun looking at locations on what three words like if you're searching for able bodied gentlemen you'll have to swim. He's pretty far off the coast of Chile. If you're skeptical of what three words and it's mapping here not alone one what three words skeptic blogger terence eden takes issue with a lot of what the company offers most of all. He doesn't like that the company's. Algorithm is proprietary therefore secret which he says goes against the open source feel. It's going for one interesting side note. He points out is that tectonic shift means. Many spots will someday have to change the three words associated with their locations. There's no place I'd rather be right now than punk unfriendly cooking. If you're nervous about tech companies knowing and utilizing your location data you might might not like that apple appears to be preparing to hyper boost future phone models tracking and locating capabilities venture beat says leaks specs for co-processor processor code named rose APPs up phone sensors with it an iphone. We'll be able to tell when it's falling also the way it and other accessories are laid out in a room. Future phones could also contain ultra wideband wireless radio technology that will allow items to be pinpointed to within ten to thirty centimeters of their actual locations good luck finding me in my secret underground headquarters which according to this APP is not too far north of New Orleans breath. I'm Jed Kim and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ENTERCOM NARCAN intercom. What's more of the Nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product product tours. NPS surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice. People in our comm- customer unity got forty five percent more loyal users. There's with Entercom in just twelve months go to ENTERCOM DOT com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then everything else intercom can do. That's intercom dot com slash podcast.

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"electric devices" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Electric device and took a bite out of his hand. WBZ TV's, Ken MacLeod says the man, I thought it might have been a sting from be the eighty six year old was an hour into his favorite chair, Thursday night, when the sharps rig on his right hand alerted him to companies I see two rings and his head in the middle grabbed his cell phone and snap. This fuzzy shot of the furry biter before helping it with a hasty exit. I wasn't terribly concerned, yet, even before the bat tested positive for rabies New Hampshire fishing game urged ROY to start shots, which he did. And speaking publicly to warn and teach others in might stunt, people talking about rabies, which is serious Iverson is still visiting Exeter hospital for treatment as for the bat. Well, you know, the bad is gone. Now, you can check out the photo on our website, WBZ, ten thirty dot com. Boston police this morning investigating the death of a prisoner. In a holding cell earlier this week. Very few details are being released at this time officials only saying that the prisoner died Tuesday night, and more information on to you, when it becomes available to us. Former guard at a women's lockup in chicopee gets two months behind bars for having sex with the inmates Willie Williamson convicted last week, one woman testified, she had sex with Williamson, a number of times in exchange for alcohol and cigarettes, Williamson will also serve year of probation as part of that sentence eighteen now, we are beginning to learn a little bit more. More about a deadly collision on the Danube river between a sightseeing boat and a larger cruise ship just off the coast of Budapest. Video shows that boat carrying almost three dozen South Korean tourists was traveling in the same direction as the other vessel just before making contact more now from reporter Gareth bar lanes didn't happen late on Wednesday evening around ten o'clock local time on a pumpkin upon to the river, close to the Hungarian parliament, a Greek of South Korean tourists were on both the boats the moment when it collided with the launch official capsized and sank. The sang boat at the reward all of the reward is closed and more than four hundred people or king for the rescue boats, such lights, and Rada on scanning the river, at least seven people are confirmed dead. All of them tourists from South Korea. Another twenty one people on board that vessel now missing this has turned into a criminal investigation. By the way, South Korean officials say the tourists were not wearing life jackets a plan to use underwater. Sound to scare off sharks and seals from Cape Cod is proposed at the barnstable board of commissioners meeting. But as WBZ's KENDALL Buhl reports what's viewed by some to be a simple fix is considered to be much more complicated by others. Throw the talk of big scary fish. There was also a board chair Ronald Bergstrom called the elephant in the room, the marine mammal Protection Act as for the idea that has proposed acoustic deter. Aren't would violate that law Cape entrepreneur willy planner says not so because.

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"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh released from prison 3 years early

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:11 min | 2 years ago

"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh released from prison 3 years early

"Seven. The American captured in Afghanistan with the Taliban after nine eleven he's been released from federal prison in Indiana, ABC's Ryan burrow, reports released come seventeen years into a twenty year sentence for good behavior in two thousand two when he was sentenced. John Walker Lindh told the court he made a mistake joining the. Taliban. But Ellison span the daughter of Mike Spann CIA agent killed in Afghanistan hours after interviewing Walker Lindh thinks he still has extremist beliefs. He is getting released early because of his good behavior in prison. And for my family terrorism does not equal good behavior. Johnny Spann says, Walker Lindh should've warned his son about the uprising the family had been fighting to keep him behind bars did reports he remained radicalized in prison. Don't turn him loose. If there's reports out here that he's not being the model prisoner that, also he is the family pointing to, to government report showing behind bars. Lynn continued to make pro ISIS statements John Walker Lindh now expected to go to northern Virginia, where who live in temporary housing under restrictions. His electric devices will be monitored. He must communicate only in English undergo mental health counseling and his passport has been taken

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"electric devices" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The death of CIA agent, Mike spun whose daughter's furious. He's responsible in some part for the death of my father. And so for him to be released early chest was unbelievable. We never thought that that was actually going to happen. Also furious, Florida congressman Michael waltz. Johnnie Walker land is a traitor. He met with bin Laden, he actively worked with Al Qaeda and the Taliban, he was with them on nine eleven. Now he was arrested in Afghanistan spent the last seventeen years in prison, and was a former counterterrorism adviser to VP Dick Cheney as we continue our team coverage. We're taking a look at the terms of his release and the supervision will be under three years. John Walker Lindh we'll be under probation with several conditions. The only electric devices, he can use connected to the internet will be. Continually monitored by the probation office all communications, he makes must be in English. Not Arabic economic spouse, extremist views or communicate with any extremists. And he must undergo mental health counseling. His passport has also been taken, right? Burrow, ABC news Tara, the oh, you see is dealing with a sudden retirement of a supervisor, who was the subject of complaints. John, Janice retired after thirty years with the company and six months after he was demoted after an investigation into his behavior workers at stand energy center claimed Janice was verbally abusive and humiliated them. Investigators found he engaged in behavior that crossed the line in his retirement letter. Janice, cited extreme duress. I don't know about you, my neighborhood's, feeling rather empty. And of course, the highways and airports will start getting busy today as we into towards Memorial Day weekend. Orlando is obviously a big destination for holiday travel, as Florida travel experts meeting tourney says it's no surprise people from all over the country, coming to Orlando. But for those of us that live here and one. To get out of town day weekend. It's really the big cities, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago. If you're going to a city Janine suggests looking at convention hotels for good deal, Marriott..

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"electric devices" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Get your podcast from the Westwood One time cast network. Better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. There are some weird little things you can do that have a big impact on your diet. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent. I was recently reading the story by CNN health contributor, Lisa drayer. She's a nutritionist, and she says there are some lifestyle factors that can influence our eating habits and most of the time, we don't even know it, for example, take a messy cluttered kitchen that could actually the wake game because you're gonna eat whatever's out on the counter, and that's usually the unhealthy stuff. Spending more time on electric devices can also lead to mindless eating so try to eat more. Slowly, if you can remember can take your brain up to twenty minutes to get the signal that you're in fact, full last, but not least make sure you're getting enough sleep. Because study after study shows you're more likely to crave high-calorie high sugar high fat foods when you haven't gotten enough Z's. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Hoping you live better life. Chain is morning show on thirsty Thursday with Brian Sussman and Katie green on talk radio five sixty K SF. Oh, well, Nancy chucker demanding Muller testifying public to congress. And they're also slamming the attorney general bar for partisanship. By the way, it's interesting when.

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"electric devices" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Installed electric electric devices that were against his agreement with the arrangement that they had made. So that he could continue working for WikiLeaks. And and this is the best part had poor hygiene with some of them are saying unless people around him forced him into the shower, he might not change his clothes for days, and that he always ate everything with his hands and his fingers on his pants. Yeah. I have never seen pants as greasy as my whole life. If those guys are sayings. Kicked his ass out the first week. What are you being rude to us? We're letting you stay here, and you're eating vending machine food, and wiping not changing your clothes, get the hell out of here this out. I can't believe they let them stay there for seven years. That's amazing. That's my new favorite country. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. I was just a magic what it was like any knows that you know, who had it been Osama bin Laden had it better than a cave. Excuse for not taking a shower. Really? But you know, I mean, this guy was like, why would you would you impose that life on yourself? What's the point? Well, if you have nowhere to go somewhere to go, you split just do my time. I'll get the hell out. You know, he's been. He was no one's mentioning this, really. But he was accused of sexual assault and Sweden. Yeah. Okay. So you gotta to Sweden the call their Sweden when they'll give you like a year. Well, it was more than a sexual assault. It was rape. Or at least attempted to prove it, right? They have to prove it. So he could have gotten Harvey Weinstein's attorney over Sweden. The whole thing is just it's it's bizarre. And it's funny at the same time, and I don't know what kinda work he thought he was doing, but you know, just going to uncover all the secrets for everybody the world needs to know. What's happened? Don't. Okay. Said I've never read one Email of anything from WikiLeaks. And I don't feel like I missed anything..

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"electric devices" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Installed electric electric devices that were against his agreement with the arrangement that they had made. So that he could continue working for WikiLeaks. And and this is the best part had poor hygiene with some of them are saying unless people around him forced him into the shower, he might not change his clothes for days, and that he always ate everything with his hands and wiped his fingers on his pants. I have never seen pants as greasy as my whole life. If those guys are sayings kicked his ass out the first week. What are you being rude to us? We're letting you stay here, and you're eating vending machine food, and wiping in that changing your clothes get the hell out of here. I can't believe they let him stay there for seven years. That's amazing. That's my new favorite country door. Door. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. I was just a magic what it was like, you know, who had it been Osama bin Laden had it better in a cave. Excuse for not taking a shower. Really? But you know, I mean, this guy was like, why would you would you impose that life on yourself? What's the point? Well, if you have nowhere to go somewhere to go, you split you go around just do my time. I'll get the hell out. You know, he's been. He was no one's mentioning this, really. But he was accused of sexual assault and Sweden. Yeah. Okay. So you go to Sweden you answer. The call there Sweden when they'll give you like a year. Well, it was more than sexual assault. It was rape. Or at least attempted to prove it, right? They have to prove it. So he could have gotten Harvey Weinstein's attorney in Sweden. I did the whole thing is just it's it's bizarre. And it's funny at the same time. And I don't know what fella Werke he thought he was doing. But you know, it just I'm going to uncover all the secrets for everybody the world needs to know. What's happening? Now. They don't. Okay. Said I've never read one Email of anything from WikiLeaks. And I don't feel like I missed anything. Barsky.

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How to Remember Anything

WorkLife with Adam Grant

05:06 min | 2 years ago

How to Remember Anything

"They were relocating back from Saint Louis to Los Angeles, a fresh start a new home, but they only won four games and lost twelve they stink. And they hadn't had a winning season in fourteen years with the next year two thousand seventeen things were different. When you find a way to come on the road finish up your record seven and one and win division. There's only one thing you could say. The following season. The Rams win thirteen out of sixteen games tying for the best record and football. They make it all the way to the Super Bowl their secret weapon. The Rams had hired a new head coach, Sean McVay. He was just thirty years old the youngest NFL coach since nineteen thirty eight his secret weapon his memory. We saw you on television. And you remember two ton of place. Sean McVay can recall on-command almost any moment. He's ever seen on a football field. Listen to him being grilled by a couple of sports reporters about completely random plays from past seasons week twelve saints at Rams four twenty nine in the second quarter second and seven on the saints seven what happened? Oh, gosh. Reynolds touchdown off schedule players, the three men rush. You're absolutely kidding me. You're unbelievable. You don't need to know the playbook or understand the lingo to hear that. This is sort of crazy now we are getting back to twenty fifteen weeks, seven bucks. At skin's second seven on the Tampa Bay twenty four fifty eight seconds left in the fourth quarter, famous Crowder wheel route down the right side. Jamison Crowder, we are out down the right sideline. South the first down of that. How did that drive in ordinary touchdown four by one individual eyeso- slant? Shake the brain on shore amazing. He even remembers plays going back sixteen years when he was in the state semifinals in high school, this kind of recall gives him a big edge as a coach when he needs to make a quick decision with the game on the line. He isn't entire library of successes and mistakes at his fingertips. Sean McVay is clearly a savant. But memory is not just an innate talent, you can strengthen yours like a muscle. Your team can use it to pump up creativity and boost sales and just maybe we can all figure out exactly where we left our car keys. I'm Adam grant, and this is work life my podcast with Ted. I'm an organizational psychologist, I study hot make work not suck in this show. I'm inviting myself inside the minds of some truly unusual people because they've mastered. Something I wish everyone knew about work. Today memory, how to make your own recall stronger, and how to build your organization's memory too. Thanks to censure for sponsoring this episode. Through most of human history, the most valuable people to have in your tribe. We're the ones with great memories. Even in the area of cavemen your life depended on that friend who remembered which mushroom was poisonous or where to find water in a drought as civilizations developed you needed to remember which merchants were trustworthy, and which guilds were hostile in Lincoln's era. A Mark of a well read person was the ability to quote at length from many sources now you're probably in the habit of outsourcing your memory to electric devices with the ability to retain and recall information in your head is still crucial. One it helps you establish expertise under uncertainty. If a car salesperson knows safety specs off the top of her head. You'll assume she knows what he's talking about. To having a good memory as a central for making fast decisions. When a patient goes into cardiac arrest during a procedure surgeons don't have time to run a Google search about what to do. And three memory helps you build and maintain relationships you expect a financial planner to remember your risk preferences. You wanna therapist to recall how your worldview was shaped by your your family and before a performance review? You hope your boss hasn't forgotten all the good work. You've done. As a professor I've always encouraged by students to develop their memories. The problem was when they ask how didn't really have a good answer. Then I came across this guy. I've been known to be well a little bit forgetful, Joshua Foa is a science journalist for as long as he could remember he'd had a terrible memory. What are the things that? You've always had the hardest time remembering.

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"electric devices" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on AP News

"Caterpillar says it's expanding its Chicago office making a move to attract top tech talent. The Chicago Tribune reports the company is expanding its digital team that includes software developers data analysts telecommunication experts ads computer engineers for companies not traditionally involved in the tech industry recruiting talent has been a challenge and the top goal for the company since moving to downtown Chicago two years ago caterpillars tech team develops apps that do things like monitor machines, maintenance, schedules, and operation types. One of the subjects of one of the most famous photographs of the twentieth century has died. The ecstatic sailor shown kissing a woman in Times Square, celebrating the end of World War Two George Benson passed away at an assisted living facility in Middletown. Rhode Island at age ninety five he was shown kissing Greta Zimmer Friedman a dental assistant in a nurse's uniform on August fourteenth, nineteen Forty-five known as VJ day the day, Japan, surrendered to the United States Friedman died in two thousand sixteen at the age of ninety two years after the photograph the two were confirmed to be the couple in the image by Alfred Eisenstadt. Teachers could be banned from assigning homework and cell phone, apps and an eastern Chinese province as part of efforts to preserve students is she's young provinces issued a draft regulation and seeking public comment. The proposed regulation will also limit the use of electric devices to thirty percent of total teaching time and encourage the issuing of paper homework to be completed by hand soaring. Rates of nearsightedness are blamed partly and screen usage. The regulation would bar primary and middle school students from bringing electric devices into classrooms without permission, restrict amounts of homework assigned and increase the time for breaks, sports and extracurricular activities. Radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President.

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"electric devices" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on AP News

"Today, a new digital services tax, targeting, Google, Facebook and other online giants is being introduced in New Zealand companies earned plenty of money, but pay little in taxes, prime minister, just into our Dern says the current tech system isn't fair, and there's the gap that needs to be closed. He says under the proposal multinational online companies would be taxed at about two or three percent and the revenue they generate in New Zealand. She says the rates in line with other countries considering similar taxes revenue minister, Stuart Nash says the tax could be implemented next year. In the biggest shakeout in years for one of Britain's major political parties seven British lawmakers quit. The main opposition labor vont on Monday. The announcement ripped open a long simmering rift between the socialists and centralists in the party, which sees itself as the Representative of Britain's working class, many labor law. Lawmakers have been unhappy with the party's direction under leader Jeremy Corbyn, accusing him of mounting a week opposition to conservative Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for leaving the European Union and of failing to stamp out of vein of antisemitism in the party, the quitters represent us will fraction of Labour's two hundred and fifty six lawmakers all of the six hundred fifty total members of parliament. But this is the biggest switch in the party since four senior members quit in one thousand nine hundred eighty one to form these social Democratic Party teachers could be banned from assigning homework and cell phone apps in an east. Chinese province as part of efforts to preserve students is she's young provinces issued a draft regulation, and is seeking public comment. It proposed regulation will also limit the use of electric devices to thirty percent of total teaching time and encourage the issuing of paper homework to be completed by hand soaring. Rates of nearsightedness are blamed partly and screen usage. The regulation would bar primary and middle school students from bringing electric devices into classrooms without permission, restrict amounts of homework assigned and increase the time for breaks, sports and extracurricular activities..

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"electric devices" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Me daddy. Okay. The you've taken nice family friendly segment make it all dirty sky. Okay. That was a five point of. We're all tied up at eleven back to Robert dang. Clean sheets. Wow. That's not something. I would've off you're just gonna have sex. You know, doesn't matter. Don't worry about those bedbugs, right? Their last league with a dog. Let me think. Eleven this is that neck here. Takes more time. For the tender loving care. There you go. Lasts longer that is number four last longer. That's a seven pointer now van Kampen lead eighteen to eleven. You gotta have it on this possession. Scott. I turn off all electric devices. Your phones your computers, turn them all the no distractions. No, no, distractions, right? They're not gonna accept it. I'm sorry. To van camp. He's getting close to closing this thing out. He gets a big number here. All I could think that's what she said. And I probably for that. You may get docked points for that. Back to Robin's a really killer. Cologne or good smelling person. Maybe brushing your teeth hygiene. It's like four answers right there. Well, three answers encompasses the same thing. So in the beginning of our relationship, it was just the deed. But once I really had the feelings. Glowna brush my teeth. I don't know what I'm doing. This is the problem. Van camp. Oh, jeez. Got like a minute LeicesteR about a minute and a half left in the game. Got to put a time on this. The setup is longer. I'm trying to think of a nice way to say this for play. Thank you. You know what? Not in there. It's really nice soft lighting songwriting soft lighting in the room candles. Hey, dude. Guess what? Good news, bad news. It's on their Donner number ten. That's one point eighteen twelve. Now. This is why women in America are just so angry. Oh, yeah. I I could picture. I know right now driving going. The guys are clueless when we are fan camp. You have like a nice dinner beforehand. Know that's a terrible answer. What am I thinking? They don't want to be full. Okay. Down to it here Robbins, what do you got? I will say. This guy's answer this question. Right. So I'll say underwear that's fun to wear. Some really nice. Looking boxer briefs perhaps. No..

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"electric devices" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I could mean more call me daddy. Okay. Take a amazing family friendly make it all dirty sky. Okay. That was a five point of. We're all tied up at eleven back to Robert dang. Clean sheets. Wow. That's not something. I would have. You're just gonna have sex. You know, it doesn't matter. Don't worry about those bedbugs, right? Yeah. Last week with the dog. Let me think. Added eleven this is that neck here. Takes more time. Tender loving care. There you go. Lasts longer that is number four lasts longer. That's a seven pointer now van Kampen the lead eighteen to eleven. You gotta have it on this possession. Scott. I turn off all electric devices. Your phones your computers, turn them all the no distractions. No, no, distractions, right? I mean. They're not going to accept it. Right. Sorry. Jane? Van camp. He's getting close to closing this thing out. He gets a big number here. All I could think that's what she said. And I apologize for that. Doc points for that. Back to Robin's a really killer. Cologne or good smelling person. Maybe brushing your teeth hygiene. Like four answers right there. Well, three answers encompasses the same thing. So in the beginning of our relationship, it was just the deed. But once I really had the feelings. Brush.

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"electric devices" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"A federal appeals court with our arguments at a lawsuit filed by a former CBS news report alleging that the Obama administration officials violated her constitutional rights by hacking into our computers at other electric devices Sherlock has an alleges that the unauthorized electronic surveillance began in two thousand eleven as federal officials were trying to determine who is leaking confidential information to her at the time Atkinson was investigating the fast and furious gun smuggling sting operation in which federal agents allowed illegal gun sales. Try to trace them to Mexican drug cartels, the operation touched off a political backlash against the Obama administration. A judge dismissed Atkinson's lawsuit, but the fourth US circuit court of appeals in Richmond is set to hear arguments in her appeal today, Keith Peters reporting Labor Relations Board is putting the brakes on a decision allowing the Teamsters to represent scores of drivers who all passengers around. The Walt Disney World property in Florida after being summoned by lift group. This town hall dot com. Treasure department of lifting sanctions on three companies connected to Russian oligarch Oleg der, Apopka move comes despite an effort in congress to block the action with many lawmakers concerned that the Trump administration is not being tough enough on Russian President, Vladimir Putin and his allies treasuries announce it is removing Russian aluminum giant Roussel and two other companies from its sanctions list officials note the companies have reduced their pastas direct and indirect shareholding stake in the three companies correspondent, Jeremy house neighborhood brigades and teams of government workers hacked at fallen trays and hauled chunks of concrete out of collapsed homes Monday as the Cuban capital attempted to recover from what officials call the strongest tornado to hit Cuba, nearly eighty years. Three people were dead hundreds injured at least twelve in critical condition after the tornado touchdown with estimated winds up two hundred miles per hour and three neighborhoods across eastern Havana..

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Roger Stone compares his FBI raid to those of Bin Laden, El Chapo

America Trends

01:25 min | 3 years ago

Roger Stone compares his FBI raid to those of Bin Laden, El Chapo

"New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, he joins CBS this morning and says it seems a bit excessive to use all that force to bring in stone. One of the things where I was what I was watching the reports that my wife asked me would you have done that. And I said the only way I would have ever done as your attorney is if we knew that he had a gun and someone has gun in your dining, then you worry about them killing themselves or harming others when I found out that Roger Staubach did not have a gun. I think it was over the top for them to do that. Because otherwise, he risks and as far as some folks saying that stone had electric devices Eddie could have possibly destroyed Christie says you don't need to bring you know, guys with a are fifteen flak jackets as if they're going to get shot when I saw them coming in with all the protective gear signal to me while they must know there are weapons inside which in Florida. Given that. China intimidate them. And I think it's the wrong signal. Prosecutors to do by Mr. Muller made a mistake in authorizing that because you're going to be criticized and rightfully so if you're a prosecutor using those musicians as a means of intimidation if you're using it as a way to protect agents, that's completely appropriate. And I've done it Christie has a new book, titled let me finish what comes out tomorrow and goes into some details on the inner workings in his opinion of the administration

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"electric devices" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The food and Drug administration says it's had to stop some routine food inspections because of the partial government shutdown, but some inspectors will be called back to work next week. We get the details from correspondent Jackie Quinn. FDA? Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says he's working to bring back about one hundred fifty employees to inspect potentially risky items things like cheese produce and baby formula. He says all imported foods are being inspected. But some routine food inspections will have to go by the wayside things like crackers and other non risky packaged goods. The department of agriculture which handles meat and poultry inspection says eighty nine percent of its food safety workers are still on the job. But health advocates worry if the shutdown drags on that food inspections could be cur tailed putting consumers at risk that report from correspondent Jackie Quinn. Breaking news. Ed analysis at townhall dot com. A leading supplier of sportswear to college bookstores says it will no longer do business with a Chinese manufacturer that has used workers from an internment camp for ethnic minorities. It Associated Press investigation found last month. The Chinese government was forcing some of those detainees work at manufacturing and food production law enforcement officials in Spain of arrested twenty eight professional tennis players it a match fixing scandal. Eleven houses were searched in Spain and one hundred ninety one thousand US dollars in cash seized and on with a shotgun. Fifty electric devices credit cards, five luxury cars and documentation related to the case. In addition, forty two Bank accounts, and that balances were frozen. So this is a major developing story in the world of sports and terrible timing for tennis because it comes on the eve of.

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"electric devices" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Mr. Magoo. Rumer ever visiting the border. Maybe I'm wrong. But I don't remember ever seen a story about that. So you got people who have never been to the border who know all about what's best and the people who work on the border are saying that a wall is necessary. It doesn't keep everybody out, but deterrent. It's like locking the door on your house. It's not gonna keep a professional burglar out. But it could be quiet. Well, it goes on and on that you mentioned. The CEO of a company of the bottom feeder trucking companies and at all these electric devices to help the driver drive the truck. Well, I've been saying this for years, and I'll say it again. If they would pay a decent wage, they wouldn't have to have the vice is to help the driver drive the truck because they'd have experienced people that know how to drive the truck they pay nineteen eighties waivers. They have to get newbies. Then there's nothing against the movie, and you gotta start somewhere. But that they get a better rate on their insurance. And I know they're self insured. Well, even dolphin short. You have to have insurance in case, you get sued beyond what your company is worth. They get a better rate on their insurance. And since they're hiring guys who don't know what they're doing statistics showed a truck drivers gonna have a problem. It's in the first two years. That's why good companies. Pay a decent wage required. Two years of experience. And again, I realized that sparked somewhere, but if you have to start with a bottom feeder company wanna to get out quickly can and that's what they usually do. They have a big tunnel rate. Drivers that are making nothing wind up talking to other drivers that are making decent money, and they leave. So that's where your turnover rate comes from. But a call about a better insurance rate and record. They don't hire drivers with experience who actually need devices to help them drive the truck, and it dries experienced drivers crazy, but they talking about by the way, we heard space man, go, Emma. The pizza mafia after him. Hey can handle whatever comes his way? But I think once he gets in. I would have if he goes in there with a disguise. They know they probably even know his first name and everything but. Disguise. He might be able to get the pizza. I would suggest maybe he goes to Spencer gifts you ever see them fake glasses. They have with the big nose and a mustache, right? Well, the optimal. The no. And we were put one of them on Gwen. And by probably wouldn't recognize them. Of course, when he called in order to ask you what your name given. We all known as you say my name is dick. And then when he walked in. They would think that that really is is known. But that was the one. Well. Rami? He made the comment that he he's Jeff flake. I'm telling you definitely instead. Wait awry who the mantle of the presidency. Well. That Romney in right? The presidency because the people rejected him he didn't he didn't..

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"electric devices" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"electric devices" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Lord. Speaking beginner seventy. She was barely able to endure the race physically last year. Word things and she had a little electric devices. Right. No, forget she passed out of the van stumbling fumbling bumbling heaven be helped into vans that sort of thing. I don't think she's nearly as robust as she would. Have you believe what was the herbs shelters on the stage than sits for very long time? There was some talk about her. No, she she had a concussion where she wants, right? Weird glasses. Right. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. I remember that simultaneously claiming it was no big deal. But that it was health does play a role. It's very strenuous running for president. You have to come off as reasonably robust. And if if the if the world's oldest democracy and most powerful country on earth. Who ran the two least popular candidates that have ever been polled for president Ren seem to again. Wouldn't that be something? Yes. Yes. That would be an extraordinary again. Don't get me excited. Number one. It's far too early to. I just I think it's incredibly he's not a he's not just a pundit though. I mean, so the DNC couldn't possibly stack the deck in the same way that it has in the past though. No, no, no. She started to consolidate power and a person here or there drops by the wayside. And it starts to look like, you know, she's she might be the one you want to be on the side of. And remember, you don't need a majority you need a plurality. If there are five viable candidate Trump, and she gets you know, thirty one percent, which is five percent more than anybody else. Then the number five person drops out and says, yeah, I guess it's Hillary then the snowball begins a role. Yeah. When you got a lot of people in we saw that with Trump he'd hang around twenty five to thirty percent. But that was more than everybody else..

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Pentagon restricts fitness trackers and other geolocators in high-risk areas

Hugh Hewitt

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Pentagon restricts fitness trackers and other geolocators in high-risk areas

"Two three Four call, now People in Kenya and Tanzania observing the funniest anniversary of the Al Qaeda attacks on the US embassies in both countries more than, two hundred people including a dozen. Americans were killed two truck mom stugotz at US embassies in will, be embarrassed Salaam killing hundreds injuring thousands. And destroying property, many meters away, al-qaeda took responsibility and the name of some bin Laden was thrust, into the limelight, three. Years later okay do would attack the heart of America is to hide the planes crashed into the World Trade Center in New York or some bin Laden has, since been killed but global Tara has since assumed many faces and claimed. Thousands of lives not. Too BBC's Ferdinand Omondi Congo's health ministry says three more cases of Ebola have been confirmed in, a northern province Country faces its tenth outbreak of that deadly virus news and analysis at townhall dot com The Pentagon restricting the use of fitness. Trackers and other devices. Because of concerns that troops send other defense personnel could be tracked the Pentagon is restricting the use. Of fitness trackers are cellphone locations at sensitive basis or in certain high risk warzone areas a. Memo obtained by the Associated Press does not expressly banned fitness trackers or other electric devices but it says apps. On personal or government issued devices must be turned off in certain operational areas in, January the Pentagon took note when the GPS tracking company.

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'Miles to go' in fight against HIV, UN report warns

Today

02:12 min | 3 years ago

'Miles to go' in fight against HIV, UN report warns

"Court and in particular you've had a failure to, make disclosure on time In very many cases and also as part of that sometimes failure actually to make available evidence that is really critical the report says the right skills and technology are needed to deal with a massive digital. Evidence from electric devices and government. Must consider if funding sufficient Alison Saunders says there's an unprecedented focus on finding solutions and the CPS will carefully. Consider the report the UN panel has wounded dangerous complacency is threatening progress made in the international fight against HIV and aids in a report published in the nonsense the experts. Say the world is likely to see a resurgence of the HIV epidemic and how, systems may not be able to cope with a sizable generation of young people now entering adulthood professor lyndale Becker who is chairing the international. Aids conference in, Amsterdam told us efforts must get back on track Backing gets been premature triumphalism actually that is sort of allowed people to sit back and think we done and move needing. Onto the priority regions all around. The world where we've been left populations behind marginalized population or indeed at we just not moving fast enough to. Get people on treatment and importantly to re look at prevention in his first speech as health secretary Matt Hancock will pledge to champion and each has staff many of whom. He says feel unappreciated he will sit out plans to spend nearly half a billion, pounds on technology for the NHS in England Health editor Hugh Pym reports, Matt Hancock who took on the health and social care portfolio from Jeremy hunt will say it's heartbreaking the NHL staff often say they feel undervalued and that he was horrified at the levels of harassment reported in staff surveys acknowledging the government NHS must do. More to, support staff he'll announce a consultation exercise on workforce issues the secretary, of state will also spell out details of I four, hundred ninety seven million pounds, of previously. Allocated money will be spent on NHS technology.

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Kitty Hawk, A Self Flying Taxi Company, Launches With Backing From Google's Larry Page

Daily Tech Headlines

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Kitty Hawk, A Self Flying Taxi Company, Launches With Backing From Google's Larry Page

"Attackers access data stored on amd's reisen and ep wiessee server processors and be able to install malware on them as well amdi is rising chips power desktops and laptop computers ep y processors are found in servers the researchers give md less than twenty four hours to respond before publishing the report even though standard vulnerability disclosure calls for ninety days notice so companies have time to address the flaws when spector and meltdown security flaws that affect intel chips were announced back in january amd said it was not affected because if it's chip architecture differences kitty hawk the flying taxi company funded by google co founder larry page and ceo by google x founding director sebastian thrown launched cora a vertical takeoff and landing or veto l personal copter drone hybrid that will carry a passenger or two quarter will be launched in new zealand which is ideal given the sparse population and part of the country and fewer flight restrictions cora has a third thirty six foot wingspan with twelve rotors and his battery powered it can fly up to sixty two miles and carry one or two passengers the american civil liberties union foundation has filed a freedom of information act lawsuit against the tsa in an effort to extract more info about its procedures and motivations the aclu wants to know why the tsa launched stricter screening procedures for domestic passengers electric devices last year how it records its findings what a quick minute uses to search phones and laptops and what kind of training the officers who conduct these searches get this is the second freedom of information act lawsuit the aclu filed its first attempt was in december of twenty seventeen finally youtube i intro a dark theme for its desktop app last year and now youtube ios apps is getting dark mode as well with an android version on the way with the sending enabled youtube background turns from white to black as the theme suggests the company says the dirk theme will cut down on glare and allow users to take in the true colors of the.

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YouTube’s mobile app gets a dark mode

Daily Tech News Show

02:02 min | 4 years ago

YouTube’s mobile app gets a dark mode

"Attackers access data stored on amd's reisen and ep wiessee server processors and be able to install malware on them as well amdi is rising chips power desktops and laptop computers ep y processors are found in servers the researchers give md less than twenty four hours to respond before publishing the report even though standard vulnerability disclosure calls for ninety days notice so companies have time to address the flaws when spector and meltdown security flaws that affect intel chips were announced back in january amd said it was not affected because if it's chip architecture differences kitty hawk the flying taxi company funded by google co founder larry page and ceo by google x founding director sebastian thrown launched cora a vertical takeoff and landing or veto l personal copter drone hybrid that will carry a passenger or two quarter will be launched in new zealand which is ideal given the sparse population and part of the country and fewer flight restrictions cora has a third thirty six foot wingspan with twelve rotors and his battery powered it can fly up to sixty two miles and carry one or two passengers the american civil liberties union foundation has filed a freedom of information act lawsuit against the tsa in an effort to extract more info about its procedures and motivations the aclu wants to know why the tsa launched stricter screening procedures for domestic passengers electric devices last year how it records its findings what a quick minute uses to search phones and laptops and what kind of training the officers who conduct these searches get this is the second freedom of information act lawsuit the aclu filed its first attempt was in december of twenty seventeen finally youtube i intro a dark theme for its desktop app last year and now youtube ios apps is getting dark mode as well with an android version on the way with the sending enabled youtube background turns from white to black as the theme suggests the company says the dirk theme will cut down on glare and allow users to take in the true colors of the.

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