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"fer " Discussed on Sonidos de acá

Sonidos de acá

04:25 min | Last month

"fer " Discussed on Sonidos de acá

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"fer " Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"fer " Discussed on All About Android

"The concept of a tablet. Twofer and i feel like we could. We could brand that but I in our tablet palooza. This week is the promise after two weeks of playing with at the lenovo tab. Peel evan pro review. After i've had my lenovo tab hard to on on camera because it's very bright but still lenovo tab eleven pro The recently discounted even more after i purchased. I might want to know that you've seen yeah knows okay. I still got a good deal that you can get it now for. I think for less than three hundred dollars is my theory that the new version is. I read about the The tab p twelve coming soon but hey if you're looking for a great tablet straight out of the gate long story short the lenovo tab eleven pro especially at the at the recent reduced price is a solid option. Some that you really should consider is depending on what you want and need out of a tablet personally for me. What i look for out of a tablet is entertainment. I'm looking for a more mobile video watching device right so for example the other day my i somehow ended up trapped in my office and my kids were not napping. I wanted to watch tv. And so i just shut the door and streaming video to the tablet and it looks great. Thanks to the lead over. Led screen that is super bright and is is really just crisp and displays streaming content is especially hd up to four k. I don't know if it's actually do for k. But it looks really really sharp and really really strong and this display is just super bright and makes watching things just a delight additionally on the audio side of things it has a quad speaker. Set up so. If you're listening to music or watching video not through headphones or not through a wireless headphone devices. Get to in a moment. It sounds really really good. The basis oftentimes tablets. You'd hear a lot of distortion when you increase the volume and you don't get this at all. Say this the audience. They chris and clear and makes actually you know consuming that media or playing that game a really delightful experience so for media consumption and gaming. This is actually a great tablet. Additionally my probably my number one usage of any tablet is reading Reading reading on the kindle app reading comics or reading things like that again. Thanks to the crisp to the bright screen into the nice. Oh led display. Reading is actually a really nice experience given the size of it. And i've got a. I've got a nice little hand case closed on but just the for those watching the video. It's a sixteen ten aspect ratio. so it's a little longer and thinner than the previous tablet which was a little more closer to a four three aspect ratio. But what you end up doing. Is you get a solid can hold it in one hand like reading like holding a book kind of experience. Now if you have small hands you might not be able to hold one hand but either way when you're looking at it in portrait mode..

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"fer " Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"fer " Discussed on All About Android

"I thought with you float like the urgency is there as much as it once was and that goes back to my comments about apple is that is that jason do you remember. I don't remember flow if you're on the show for before you on the show. We hit a malays of all android phones appearing to be the same. There were just the same black rectangle. I was there i was there with. How the show you know. They're right yeah you were there but we talked about it a lot. I think that that's what's happening now. I think actually right now. We have an embarrassment of riches in that there are lots of options. There are lots of interesting directions that companies are taking but at the same time. There's just a bland sameness across the entire category so even with all the flippable phones and all the different form factors. They come and it's it really is like well. How do you wanna spend a thousand dollars today. And hopefully the thousand dollars last more than a couple of years hopefully he or year at least and vaseline more than a couple of versions of the operating system. Because that's a good segue because we're commenting on the microsoft surface. Duo came out a year ago for fourteen hundred dollars and had us all kind of various levels of interest and and mystified confusion. Curiosity all all that stuff but here we are a year later. And it's still running android ten. It launched an android ten and is still running android. Ten andrew twelve is on the exit ramp is going to be here imminently. And they they're having you got android eleven. Maybe they're going to skip android eleven completely so you can get one now for fifty percents off and get one now for seven hundred dollars. And actually america's off is expected to announce the duo to in coming weeks. And we'll see if the is running android eleven or android twelve but the curiosity of the microsoft surface. Duo just continues. I just to show you like. Is it sucks. I would be. I be pretty miffed. If i bought this device a year ago right is right as the next version of android was releasing it released with the previous version which that happens all the time. Like i get it when that happens. You know. timing doesn't always. But i'd be super miffed if i bought that for fourteen hundred dollars and a year later they still had not updated version. That just here's a. Here's here's a couple of devil's advocate things. Now here's a couple of devil's advocate. I what's great about android eleven it doesn't matter But but but but but i think the larger question is is that what is the microsoft surface. Duo is that a tablet or is it a phone. Because i just i i just i just know i. I mean aside from the philosophical question. And the reason i ask is because i just went through as we've discussed it as we all tracked a fairly rigorous tablets search and the majority of them were are still by the lenovo. Peel evan. which we'll talk about a little bit is still running android ten. Okay all right so i it is fair so if microsoft is on a track of like this is actually more of a tablet than iphone android..

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How Do Subwoofers Work?

TechStuff

01:55 min | 5 months ago

How Do Subwoofers Work?

"Let's talk about subway. Fers really quickly now. The job of any speaker is to project out a certain band of sound frequencies which we you know. Experiences different pitches right. Higher frequencies are higher pitches frequencies are much lower pitches but how speakers do this while if you remember our rabbit hole of what sound is from earlier in the series you know that sound is vibration and that typically we hear sound as it moves through the air. The vibration in this case becomes a series of fluctuating changes in air pressure which propagate outward from the source of the sound and when these fluctuations encounter the eardrums inside our ears. They cause are eardrums to vibrate. Those vibrations transferred to our inner ear. Thanks to some very tiny bones and then through a couple of other steps. That i'm not gonna go to here because i've covered this before our brains eventually pick up signals from our inner ear and then interpret that as sound is now the reason i even said any of that. Is that a speaker create sound kind of in a reverse process from how our ears pick up sound so you've got an electric signal and this is the signal that carries the sound information in it. We've encoded sound into an electric signal and then we're gonna decode the electric signal to recreate the sound. Typically the signal goes to an electromagnet which is essentially a driver that can pull and push depending on how or if current is flowing through the electromagnet. This is inside the speaker. It's usually attached to the speaker cone itself and there is a diaphragm covering the speaker cone. The end of the cone. This is the part that you see when you look at the front of the speaker. Those big round things that's the diaphragm on the end of the

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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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"fer " Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"fer " Discussed on The Dictionary

"Does this sound fun. No it does not. Please don't do this. Next is chemical weapon known from nineteen twenty. A weapon used in chemical warfare. Next is cammy lou. Manassas chemi luminescence. I'm not going to spell it noun from eighteen eighty nine. It is luminescence as bioluminescence due to chemical reaction and chemi. Luminescent is an adjective. There are a number of bioluminescence animals in the world. And i think we're always finding new ones. I saw some of them in a in a little thing in Where was i puerto rico. And they'll just these tiny little organisms and you disturb the water and they glow and it is very very cool. Okay next and last word is how do you say it shamed affair chaminda affair. It is three words. C. h. e. m. i. n. next word d. next word f. e. r. Chemin de fair noun from eighteen. Ninety one a card game in which two hands are dealt any number of players may bet against the dealer and the winning hand is the one that comes closer to but does not exceed account of nine on two or three cards. It sounds similar to blackjack but obviously different numbers And obviously this is french and it literally means a railroad and fair is railroad. Wha railroad is. I mean that's like an english saying hey you wanna play the game railroad i would. I would think that they would have to deal with trains and tracks and things but no the what. What is the reason. Why is this called railroad. Is there something about the number nine. I don't know i'm going to have to ask. As pharaoh gist okay. So we had key key latian therapy key. Later kelly. sarah have to reread the definitions Keila ped- she 'lion kilo nian flick. The first half or words never heard before and i don't know how to pronounce kem kem chemic- chemical chemical engineering chemical peel chemical warfare chemical weapon chemi luminescence and share manda affair while. I'm very curious about this game. Chemin de fair But i think the one that i find so interesting is Parabas one of these clog. Ones things Maybe i will pick Keila ped- c. h. e. l. i. p. e. d. that will be the word of the episode. That is one of the pair of legs that bears the large key. Lay in deca pod crustaceans. It's the big the big claw arm or leg I had hermit crabs as a kid and they were very cool and yeah one of them. One of the arms legs was always bigger than the other right there in the front fascinating creatures. They are what did i just say. Okay keila pad key pad key. The pet it's leg of the crustacean that has of the claw. I don't know all right. Maybe i need more time to come up with songs. No i don't. It's fine so the holidays for today. It is the battle of Peanin says pitch pitching joh- peachy job battle of pichincha day that is in ecuador in bermuda. It is bermuda in believes it is commonwealth day it is independence day in a rich ria in buganda. It is lou loubier memorial day. It is oh victoria day is again. How did that happen. let's see. What else is national brother. Day here in the states. I'm a brother so you can celebrate me by listening to this podcast and telling people about it. In bulgaria and slovakia it is day of slavonic alphabet bulgarian enlightenment. And that's all one thing..

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"fer " Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:59 min | 8 months ago

"fer " Discussed on The Dictionary

"Sore Yes so that is what it means. It means chemical or chemistry or chemically. This is from the lower greek kimia which means alchemy. And there's more at the word alchemy Interesting cam is in the word alchemy. Next we have chemic- we added an i see. This is an adjective from fifteen. Seventy six number one is archaic. The synonym is l. chemic- and number two. This synonym is chemical. It is from the new. Latin chima micheals which means alchemist from the middle. Latin elkin mikus alchemy. Which is from out. Cumia which means alchemy. Next is chemical. I form adjective from fifteen seventy six one of relating to used in or produced by chemistry or the phenomena of chemistry as in chemical reactions. There is a vaccine going through my body right. now that i'm sure is making some chemical reactions happening of some sort in my body number. Two a acting or operated or produced by chemicals as in a chemical fire extinguisher to be detectable by chemical means. Chemically is an adverb second form of chemical noun from seventeen thirty nine one a substance obtained by a chemical process or producing a chemical effect number two. The synonym is the number three definition for the word drug next. We have chemical engineering. Two words noun from eighteen sixty nine engineering dealing with the industrial application of chemistry and chemical engineer is a noun. They know all about how to engineer the chemicals next. We have chemical peel two words. Noun from nineteen seventy eight is kind of long definition a cosmetic procedure for the removal of facial blemishes and wrinkles involving the application of a caustic chemical and especially an acid to the skin and the example of the acid is try chlorine drag chloro- aesthetic that the word trichloride cdc acid. I think i got close enough. That is a chemical peel. Next we have chemical warfare two words noun from nineteen seventeen tactical warfare using incendiary mixtures smokes and irrit- smokes or irritant burning poisonous or a fixating gases..

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"fer " Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"fer " Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. If you would be so kind please take five seconds out of your day and rate and review this podcast preferably on apple podcasts. But other places are great to live. You don't need to say much..

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Trump loses appeal, tax records sought by New York prosecutor must be turned over

The Mike Trivisonno Show

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Trump loses appeal, tax records sought by New York prosecutor must be turned over

"Appeals court has just rejected the president's attempt to block subpoena fers, taxes and ruled his accountant must turn over eight years worth of records to a New York state prosecutor there is a lower court stay in place. So the president's team will have time to make an appeal for a second time to the Supreme Court a Justice Department spokesperson says it's reviewing today's ruling

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"fer " Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"When you woke up on Sunday morning none of the eight matchups were said I. . think that's kind of cool that would be like the the final day of the regular season Lebron Yeah I don't even know who we're playing. . That's what it was for every single team yesterday in Major League Baseball your dodgers are going to play the brewers who got in yesterday with the first losing record granted at sixty. . Games with the first losing record for a team in the history of the Major League Baseball Playoffs there were twenty nine and thirty one opening round best of three all in the same ballpark what are your thoughts and we couldn't lose I mean you know it. . Likely not, , but we could because his only three games all they got to do is win two of them, , right? ? So baseball is so weird dodgers obviously you mentioned we got him at home dodger stadium. . I don't think that you know I'm sure we're going to roll out Walker Bueller in Kershaw and we're going to do what we need to do to get to the next round <hes>. . But you could lose you know teams could lose you know the beginning of the year, , the dodgers and the Yankees were pretty much the favorites to to get to the thing. . In the end, , but then the pandemic happened then we had to do all of the rescheduling and figure out how many games that went on for so long how many games should they play the only WanNa play this amount, , the players, WanNa, , , play that amount it became a money issue, , and now we finally have gotten to the point where October will be playoff baseball. . Speaking out, , let's go through a couple of interesting storylines after this round by the way, , then everything is going to be played at trial sites and eventually the world series will be played at the home of the Texas Rangers and they'll wrap that no. . Later than October twenty eighth, , they want to avoid the second third. So . homefield everybody early, , and then we're going to neutral sites, Los , Angeles San Diego. . Texas and Houston quick thoughts the Yankees of the five seat in the AL, , the five seat, , the rays of the one-seat. . What does the same thing with the dodgers? ? Right? ? The Yankees could they take care of business they moved their events they don't they go home whether they a one C or DHCP. . It's everybody's even really to be honest with you. . Everybody's even Garrett Cole. . Start, , for the Yankees Chain Bieber for the Indians in for all the money they paid Garrett Cole Shane Beavers had a better year he has in when you look at it, , there are no fans in the stands. . So there's no home field advantage for anybody you know what's great about not having fans the Houston Astros. . Left right. . Everywhere they go. . They are the sick see the astros have made it in baseball's big off season, , they should just get blinked. . Every time people bring up the Astros are frown just cheated just blatant just cheat to win. . They're taking on the Minnesota twins keys, , dodgers will take on the brewers the padres in the playoffs for the first time in fourteen years will take on the Saint Louis Cardinals and the much maligned and I know it's a sixty game season. . How about the Miami Marlins under? ? Derek. . Jeter, , for everything that they have gone through there and they'll get the Chicago cubs. . Yeah. . They they. . They deserve to being I'm happy for I'm happy for Jeeter because when he? ? Blew everything up and traded. . Call Stan and everybody was like Oh they just care about the money. . They're completely trash in the organization, , and now they're in the playoffs and they take on. . Chicago like you said, , one

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Pandemic playoffs: Brewers, Astros in despite losing records

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Pandemic playoffs: Brewers, Astros in despite losing records

"When you woke up on Sunday morning none of the eight matchups were said I. think that's kind of cool that would be like the the final day of the regular season Lebron Yeah I don't even know who we're playing. That's what it was for every single team yesterday in Major League Baseball your dodgers are going to play the brewers who got in yesterday with the first losing record granted at sixty. Games with the first losing record for a team in the history of the Major League Baseball Playoffs there were twenty nine and thirty one opening round best of three all in the same ballpark what are your thoughts and we couldn't lose I mean you know it. Likely not, but we could because his only three games all they got to do is win two of them, right? So baseball is so weird dodgers obviously you mentioned we got him at home dodger stadium. I don't think that you know I'm sure we're going to roll out Walker Bueller in Kershaw and we're going to do what we need to do to get to the next round But you could lose you know teams could lose you know the beginning of the year, the dodgers and the Yankees were pretty much the favorites to to get to the thing. In the end, but then the pandemic happened then we had to do all of the rescheduling and figure out how many games that went on for so long how many games should they play the only WanNa play this amount, the players, WanNa, play that amount it became a money issue, and now we finally have gotten to the point where October will be playoff baseball. Speaking out, let's go through a couple of interesting storylines after this round by the way, then everything is going to be played at trial sites and eventually the world series will be played at the home of the Texas Rangers and they'll wrap that no. Later than October twenty eighth, they want to avoid the second third. So homefield everybody early, and then we're going to neutral sites, Los Angeles San Diego. Texas and Houston quick thoughts the Yankees of the five seat in the AL, the five seat, the rays of the one-seat. What does the same thing with the dodgers? Right? The Yankees could they take care of business they moved their events they don't they go home whether they a one C or DHCP. It's everybody's even really to be honest with you. Everybody's even Garrett Cole. Start, for the Yankees Chain Bieber for the Indians in for all the money they paid Garrett Cole Shane Beavers had a better year he has in when you look at it, there are no fans in the stands. So there's no home field advantage for anybody you know what's great about not having fans the Houston Astros. Left right. Everywhere they go. They are the sick see the astros have made it in baseball's big off season, they should just get blinked. Every time people bring up the Astros are frown just cheated just blatant just cheat to win. They're taking on the Minnesota twins keys, dodgers will take on the brewers the padres in the playoffs for the first time in fourteen years will take on the Saint Louis Cardinals and the much maligned and I know it's a sixty game season. How about the Miami Marlins under? Derek. Jeter, for everything that they have gone through there and they'll get the Chicago cubs. Yeah. They they. They deserve to being I'm happy for I'm happy for Jeeter because when he? Blew everything up and traded. Call Stan and everybody was like Oh they just care about the money. They're completely trash in the organization, and now they're in the playoffs and they take on. Chicago like you said, one

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"fer " Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on KQED Radio

"We have a two fer and of session download with an assemblywoman who made national headlines this week and a conversation with a man who spent years in prison for a murder he didn't commit. It is now endorsing the prosecutor who sent him there. That's right. We'll talk to Jamal. True love about why he threw his support behind Kamala Harris. And, of course, Joe Biden. But a swell is an incredible film. He starred in the last Black Man in San Francisco. But first Assemblywoman Buffy works. Wickes is here now. Thank you for joining us here. Thanks for having me I love you guys show So you had quite the week. I mean, all 129 members of the Legislature, I guess had some sort of weak but Yours was particularly interesting to us. Because a tweet you put out with you holding your three week old baby. And I don't know Is that in Ergo or a baby? He ordered four weeks old forward. Ondas baby. Bjorn Yah! Baby Bjorn! So you're in the state capital with your newborn baby. You have been denied a request to vote by proxy. This's a system only sort of a nascent system being set up because of the covert pandemic. Can you talk about, like, Go back a little bit. Talk about your weak. I mean, when did you realize that you were gonna have Tio essentially put your family at risk to do your job and vote on these critical end of session bills this week? Yeah, it was last Friday, and I knew sending Monday will be voting on the session stuff. And as you all know, at midnight on 31st the bills turn into pumpkins and die for the year. So there's a lot of stuff coming through the last couple days here. I thought I was gonna be a proxy vote for a little while and then was told actually. Don't qualify it so I'd actually told colleagues I'd be voting on their bills. And I knew we had the plastics till the family leaves Bill. The housing bill. The evictions bill. There's a lot of girls coming up and I care about those issues, you know, and my district cares about them. Tremendously s over the weekend. I've basically had to decide. Do I just stay home with my my four week old and concluded a nurse or every two or three hours and be a mom and kind of Call it a day and continue to stay on leave or do I slept to the capital? And if I do, do I bring her with me? And so my husband? I talked about it over the weekend, and I ultimately decided to bring with me because we're nursing On DH. She's been with me every single day since she was born. And obviously the 10 months prior to that inside of me, So so we decided to bring her with me. And so I That Monday morning I packed up all the future Mont for a pound Little girl and which is vast is anyone knows on drove up, Tio Sacramento and was, you know they're all day and and late into the night with my daughter. I mean, how worried were you before we get into the debate of her proxy voting and some of the bills that just about your safety, her safety I mean, the reason proxy voting had been set up at all was because of covert 19 for people who are high risk. I think being pregnant could have qualified for that. I feel like being having being postpartum just for you and then obviously bringing an infant who was Has no immunity really to anything. I was very worried about it. Continue to be worried about it, you know, and I had had a C section as well. So recovering from that on, That's why I asked for a proxy vote, you know is I'm C section. She's four weeks old, her immune system. She hasn't had her vaccines yet. Obviously there's not one for Kobe. But like all the other things as well that you don't want to expose your your infant to on DH, so we also decided I would spend the majority of my time in my office. I didn't want to be on the floor. There's about any given moment. There's 100 people on the floor for hours on end, breathing the same kind of error and I was like, I don't want to do that. So I spent the majority of my time out is I really only came down a couple times. One of which was when I spoke and was very quick in and out when I was there, and I had her covered up, so I didn't want like people breathing droplets on her, and you know it. I know that it can't really guard that much on the aerosol front. But like I was trying to do anything I could to sort of, you know, keep it a safe as I possibly could. No. The Speaker Anthony Rendon has apologized after this incident, but he didn't really address how rules they're going to change. This could still be an issue when the Legislature returns. You know, covert is not going away anytime soon. Generally when it comes to this remote voting, and then more specifically how the Legislature is dealing with working parents. You know, what do you think needs to change? Well, we've had a lot. I have spoken to speak about this quite a bit and I have been talking throughout all of this. You know, Andi, I think he's committed to and certainly I am to revisiting the remote participation policy that we have on Dean. There's a separate conversation around. What are kind of workplace flexibility for parents, and it's sort of a newer thing in the frankly 30 40 years ago, the body looked very different now you have. I've got two young ones. Rebecca Barakeh. Anna's little kids just gave real just had a little boy about a month before me. Sabrina Cervantes had triplets last year. You know, Monique alone is pregnant. She's going to be over the Senate, you know, So I think it's a newer thing. Tohave younger parents there, which is very exciting, and I think the body needs to evolve and we need to figure out and I think there's a question on the table like You know, should part of maternity leave be remote participation so that ISA legislators legislator can still vote for bills that my constituents care about while I take leave or are some or did we not do that because we should respect that leave, you know, And so I think those air or we make it an option for legislators. Right? So I think there's a lot of questions that need to be flushed out. I think this Moment will will allow for that..

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How Does Night Vision Work?

BrainStuff

02:51 min | 1 year ago

How Does Night Vision Work?

"Night-vision seems like a pretty cool idea right. I mean you see it all the time in movies. Some secret agent type straps on a pair of goggles sneaks into a look jury is super villain compound and mows down enemies under the cover of darkness or the Predator. Stocks Arnold Schwarzenegger killing his platoon. One by one by one and as you're watching all this you may occasionally ask yourself. Hey do those goofy looking goggles really work? Well the answer is yes absolutely with a good night vision device or Envy D. You can see a person standing over two hundred yards or one hundred and eighty three meters away on a moonlit cloudy night and whether we're talking goggles scopes or cameras. Most of these devices rely on one or two types of night vision image enhancement. That's the green looking one and thermal imaging. Which is the bluish-gray Stuff. They both produce results but work in different ways. Thermal imaging captures the upper portion of the infrared light spectrum objects amid the as heat rather than reflecting it as light hotter objects such as the bodies of secret agents emit more of this light than cooler objects like buildings trees. Or you know dead bodies. And that's what you're seeing when you use thermal imaging essentially a measure of temperature from negative four degrees Fahrenheit two three thousand six hundred degrees Fahrenheit the magic or well you know. The science starts at the Lens which focuses the infrared light emitted by the objects in view and uses a phased array of infrared detector to create a temperature pattern called a thermographic which is translated first into electric impulses and then into data for the display where it appears as various colors. Depending on the intensity of the infrared. Then there's image enhancement. This collects tiny amounts of light including the lower portion of the infrared light spectrum and amplifies zip devices using this approach rely on an image intensified tube to collect amplify light both the infrared kind and the visible stuff image enhancers us a photo cathode to convert photons into electrons and high voltage to amplify those electrons in a micro channel plate or an MCP before they hit a screen. That's coated with foster's here's the crazy part. These electrons maintain their position. In relation to the micro channel. They passed through which provides a perfect image. Since the electrons stay in the same alignment as the original photons. When they hit the screen they're energy sites. The Fos- fers releasing photons. Those phosphorus create the green image. You see when you look through a night vision scope

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"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

Fuego Magic

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

"For like a full coverage. Well i think it's it's usually around four hundred six conrad images that's good. That's really good. And you do all your own editing. Well nowadays outsource make editing. Like i had three little monsters with me so try to the calling the the day after the wedding the after i outsource everything. How will the kids at. All the oldest. She's eleven and then the little devil are he's eight belittled when she's five that's awesome. Are they showing any interest in photography at all. Well my oldest. She's with a lot of beautiful stuff like editing. Like a hong cording with her ipad. Aban just doing a slow mo and blues screens. She's she's that's cool man. I like that. We're not pushing them back to do what we do. Totally just have fun with now. I think that's what's so nice about nowadays. It's like technology makes it so easy to be creative. You know you don't need crazy year. It's just fun to see young kids just making amazing content. Which iphones where i pads or whatever they got right But yeah no. I i get the whole being busy and having to outsource but yeah i mean it's still your your look you know. I'm sure they're they're using all year presets and workflow on. You've taken plenty of time to train them to at the way that that you like. Thanks to be touched. And how much do you usually usually between twenty to forty images. Yes yes yes so they can. Yes yeah. I think that's the best way to go about it. Yeah it typically when i when i outsource You know some bigger wedding sites they'll have the highlights that i send the couple or within the one or two days and that's about you know the amount of image that you said and they then they base all the rest of the edits off of that and those are usually like twenty images that are you know of each time of the day so they have a base to work off of..

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"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

Fuego Magic

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

"Lands over these other. It's always like frankenstein if i could have the frankenstein. It's it's always like that for me like i. I don't have a perfect one like i made. Joined the these sony stem but it's complicated for for super technical. So yeah i get easily confused by the system But i loved benefits that it's giving to me like the i focus and like these super high is so's well it's amazing but guan connect the flash. It gets a little bit slow you so so i don't know i'm My eight ten or defor s. I still remember. Like i like de callers that those cameras gave me and the they namic range that i have colby's should and then you go back and do cab general five day and i don't know there was some bastel tones that they were just beautiful At the same time it's it's like like vinyl music you when you went you went to buy like the vital record And it's more like a like a moravia. Do you have to say okay. It's beautiful but it's so freaking expensive. It's not practical so so you have to take advantage of the technology so i never fall in love with once he's eastern like whatever it's new i'm going to try it if i see the benefit i'm gonna get it that school. Are you going to try. The new are five when it comes out the cannon well looks amazing and it's the same. It's all about investment. Yeah you know like once you have more than two lenses for them here like okay. These are getting quite tricky. You know so so. I like ice. Still have a few I wasn't able to sail. So so. I think i'm just gonna see the action from from the bench. Just ask buddies that. Use it and see what they think. Go back to that community mentality right. Always that's good. That's good and What's your go to lenses. So like the issue to camera bodies or one camera body When you're shooting weddings. Ns a what lenses to usually find that you start out with or use a most throughout the wedding. Usually it's a thirty five hundred four or even eight. It's amazing Usually the other camera. I have a fifty five or native. Who i like that. That's awesome and now you during reception you. You're big on off camera flash. Are you doing on camera. Flashy doing multiple Speed light what's your approach with that. No it's usually on on camera flash or led Okay yeah that's awesome..

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"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

Fuego Magic

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

"It's on my stuff and then again in security starts over. I'm not a good teacher. i'm the i hate public speaking. You have to try it and then once you try it as feedback And if that feedback it's above fifty percent. Keep doing it. Yeah because because you can always make better and then yeah and then like invite a friend and and ask him okay. Be extremely honestly. Give me feedback of how how west my development in from the favorite one and was the practical part better than than theory where people like yawning or not. You know like you have to. You have to be honest. It's the same we do couples being able to seep bound with them and say hey what's worth and and a lot of people. Dave need a win winner do that. They known the liberty images and then just run like crazy totally. It's always good to to have honest real feedback. So do you go back. I really liked that. That comment attention the going back in chan with with your couples after the wedding after the images have been delivered to you. Go back and try to connect with them And ask him for for you know feedback. Descend send them a questionnaire. What does that look like. Yeah you use like video chats naso. So i sound like a like a big high and then that i was honored to be their photographer i send them to slide show and then after after a few weeks after i cement another video chat and then they say hey if you are I want to your total with these. Like and then they send them like a question year with with a few questions and because most of my couples they don't leave in my in my town they have to do everything online toes like question year but they wanna i want them to see my face that i'm that i'm that i'm a grown of a grownup and totally okay. By listening the truth you know No i think it's good it just putting your face out there to entice system for that honesty and it shows you that you're actually coming in looking for you know you actually care rather than an automated email without a personalized video response right. Because it doesn't it doesn't get any more personal in a video of your face asking them for their help. You know and if you did your job right they're not gonna hesitate to help out so Let me let me let me switch it up a little bit on onto year and what she used What's been kind of like your favorite set up to shoot weddings in everything from snag on slide. Cast in sony's Like there's no perfect iraq. I think like. I'm always like if these cameras had the garner me of this one mindy.

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"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

Fuego Magic

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

"Photographer was like holy shit like after seeing that. Dvd i was like okay. It's it's happening you know And it was doing advertising before these and it was just like over wits like creative control was ciro will win where i was doing my normal job and then dig itar player of my high school band told me hey i'm getting married and just because of that it was like okay. I'm gonna give you a wedding gifts and just because of that. I started to become a wedding photographer. That's awesome so so my first passion. That was music. Shout me to become a photographer and then to become a wedding photographer. That's so good. It just all flows together like that And and and do you remember. Was there like a specific time or like specific wedding where you walked away from it being like man i feel good. I feel like i just created some awesome images. I feel like the couple was able to be themselves. And i like. I'm super happy with this. This this the results of this wedding and that was like a turning point for your career with. Do you remember any specific moment. Like that was more of gradual time for for mates. It's i don't know if it's all creative so it's only me but i always have had like very low self esteem Everybody everybody. I'm just creating to create and and these the wedding photography community. It's so amazing. And since i darted i i'm always been part of like forums. Like even when flicker was there you know so so you always need like I will say like a ping-pong wolves to see how how you're doing And even before going to fairs conventions and workshops. i always created this community too. I august posted my pictures and received feedback for from mother professionals so a lot of times they were can beautiful picture. But you're overdoing your postproduction. And you feel bad because like what they know. I'm better than or whatever you know..

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"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

Fuego Magic

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on Fuego Magic

"That school no i. I definitely definitely appreciate that approach because it is true for a long time. Just i mean wedding. Photography was some those very straightforward. 's was one person one camera very straight on angles. Nothing to be creative. You just need to some photos so people could see what it was like. That was it. Yeah we had too much respect for wedding photography. Yeah 'cause foot still photography it's always been that walgreen like every other like John nra or a photography. It's it's always been growing like from sports to fashion to experimental but weddings. Where like like the sacred grail or greta So like at and and that twin we can see opportunities like back. Then no one was honoring their their couples So so on. My fierce wave as photographer that that i started to learn from american loaded. I on european photographers. That i saw these guys that they were trying to make weddings more personal and they was like. Hey i want to be one of the mexican guys who who goes to the same. Yeah yeah and what do you. What do you mean when you were saying. They weren't ordering the couple. Would it was more like this is just how we do it And they treat them more as a business. Rather than like. 'cause i i know what you mean when you say you want it to be more personal like you want to connect with your couples. You wanna you wanna have fun with them. You wanna be right there with them through the day and make it as good as you possibly can But i just want to explain to people A little more but breakdown of what it used to be like When you mean you know wh what was it like for those wedding photographers before. Well just as simple as that like everybody has Friends that that they could mary than awesome. And then you went to their house and you see like their Rattled portrait or say like the portrait of brighton. Groom yeah and it's it's not been you know. He feels like like they belonged to a royal family. Or something like that. Superstructure superstructure area. Yeah like a prom very close the coast and firm and not not smiling just every very very poison serious and regal and he's like hey man and i have friends who are be like the soul of the party and then i went to their houses and these pictures doesn't represent who you are like why not. I know i feel like my. The the bride chose the photographer. And that's it now. It wasn't like that it was just like like being another another bender and that Yeah no so. A huge turning point for the industry was when people started to realize. Said you know you have to let people be who they are and you need to capture him for who they truly are. You need to make it a fun. Environment needs to be comfortable so they can be themselves. And that's when you get those photos that people walk into the house and they see that what see in the wall. And they're like oh. That is my buddy..

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"fer " Discussed on CharlaConAngel.

CharlaConAngel.

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"fer " Discussed on CharlaConAngel.

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Report: Astros' sign-stealing scheme began with front office 'Codebreaker' program

ESPN Daily

05:35 min | 2 years ago

Report: Astros' sign-stealing scheme began with front office 'Codebreaker' program

"Jeff Passan is an mlb the insider for ESPN. He's in West Palm Beach at the Astros Spring Training Facility. I keep thinking we're done talking about the Astros and then this story he keeps roaring right on back so the latest is we have. Aj hinch the former manager making his first public statement than jared diamond of the Wall Street Journal Final published a story with evidence that the Houston Front office laid the groundwork for some cheating with a system called code breaker. Can you bring us up to date date on us. Major League Baseball would love it. If this story went away in the Houston Astros would love it if this story went away and yet this onion with seemingly endless layers we'll start with the codebreakers story and the fact that we're talking about a baseball team and they have a system in place called code breaker in that one of their front office officials was referring ferring to it in emails as their dark arts. That helped win them a championship. Shows you just how deep the nefarious -ness of the the astros went the way it worked was they would have people in put signs and signed sequences this is into an excel spreadsheet and that excel spreadsheet would use an algorithm to spit out what the pitches were going to be. There's a lot to unpack here but I'll start here. I keep hearing that. These are the smartest guys in baseball. The Astros in particular right are geniuses it is and yet they called their scheme code breaker and put it in an email. I I don't even we know what to say other than you know in one of the early episodes of ESPN daily. We talked about the Astros. And and in that episode I remember pretty distinctly using a word Hubris when we look back on this astros team. Five of ten twenty years from now I think Hubris is ultimately going to be the defining characteristic of this team. The other thing that sort of moves the story forward so far as when the initial punishment came down Jeff often rob Manfred statement came out he seemed to put most of the blame. If not all of it really on the players now. We're here in the front office. They were up to their own. Misdeeds is that going to expand the punishment now and that's the curious part of this right the notion that at the front office which is still there is totally clean in this. It just doesn't hold a lot of water. Which is why the report that it came out in the Wall Street Journal was so damning because it name names it referred to a five page letter that Rob Manfred had sent to Jeff Luna that laid out his his case for Luna being involved in this now Luna still denies all of this? He said I would get these emails but I would just read the first page if you are essentially the CEO of baseball operations in an organization. Is it not your duty to read through emails. That people on your we're team or sending you particularly ones that might include references to these dark arts to these championship winning endeavors that you as the CEO either green lit or too incompetent to know we're going on. I would like to not be on the record for judging someone for not reading a very very long email right now you. You don't finish emails. I always read every long. Email my colleagues because you are the CEO Oh of ESPN daily and you know it would be wrong to do otherwise when you guys are figuring out the dark arts of casting hopefully code breaking going on over here at the same time as this Wall Street Journal story comes out. Aj hinch is being interviewed. And he was directly. Asked Jeff about whether whether players had buzzers under their jerseys to alert them to whether pitches becoming. Can you assure us there were no buzzers or anything like that. Being investigated the gated for three months. And the Commissioner's Office did as thorough investigation as anyone could imagine was possible you know. He mentioned the emails the text messages and I believe him. What did you make of his comments? All you have to do is just saying no. And the fact that he didn't come out and say no I think said a lot and is only fueling the fire here. I have been hearing for for upward of two years now about what one source called a pitch picking Algorithm. And that's exactly what code. Code Breaker was in so these little snippets. That I've been hearing whispers about but I try to track down and confirm every single single one of them. I mean every single one of them has become true. The only one at this point that has not been confirmed is being real is the buzzers.

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A Christmas Tree Thrives On Farms, Struggles In The Wild

Environment: NPR

03:50 min | 2 years ago

A Christmas Tree Thrives On Farms, Struggles In The Wild

"In North Carolina Christmas trees are a nearly ninety million dollar industry. Most of the trees are Fraser. Firs they have soft needles which don't shed as much as other evergreens and they have limbs that are strong enough for ornaments but it turns out that Fraser firs are having a harder time in the wild Irena genre of takes us to the North Carolina high country on Joey. CLAWSON's Christmas tree farm outside Boone. North Carolina four workers first chainsaws and hands pick their way through meet. Rosa Frazier firs. Takes just a few seconds to saw down a tree. Clawson says workers have spent nearly nearly a decade fertilizing each tree by hand shaping them one by one with giant machetes. An looking for pests. It's four five months that I'm Out here weekly with a magnifying glass. Checking launches a trees in every field if clawson spots outbreak. He'll sprayed with insecticide all in the name of a perfect Christmas tree. Because it's all about creating family memories about four million Frazier fers from North Carolina. Will Grace People's homes. Was this Christmas. But in the wild a bug called the Balsam Willia- Daljit has been killing trees growers close and can control the pests on their farms terms but the bug has been spreading for decades in the forest biologist. Howard Newfield says the bug arrived during reforestation efforts of logged areas in the the early nineteen hundreds the imported trees from Europe and one of them was silver for the silver for had this Adele Jit on it and no one saw it slowly the tiny hiney adults? It began to attack need of furs. It injects a toxin into the trees that triggers abnormal growth and makes the trees unable to take water water which eventually kills them by the seventies and eighties. die-offs spread rapidly. It's had a devastating effect here. In some forests. The dull geons killed killed more than ninety percent of the trees on Roan Mountain in Tennessee. Scott Corey PhD student. Studying Frazier firs walks up. A road littered with Coyote scat then climbs into the forest points to trees killed by the Belgian their Barclays and Sun bleached. Actually bears won a dead one. There is there's a dead one but on this mountain section. It's just a patch. All around us. Healthy I still stand. Classic Spruce Fir Forest Dense dense number of stems in here super dark and the under story story. Everything's Mosse. Is there a difference between these trees that were looking at and the trees on the farms so genetically genetically that the same but as far as what they do you know their ecosystem. Totally different frazier. I hear clean. The air and water store store carbon from that misfire and provide habitat for animals. Some flora and fauna like a tiny endangered tarantula called a spruce fir moss spider. Live only here during the last glaciation about ten thousand years ago. Corey says this area was a lot colder and the firs lived all up and down on the mountains but that's it warmed up. The trees had to move further and further to the top of the mountain. Today the first live on just seven mountain peaks in the southern Appalachians and Roan Mountain is one of them. Corey has been studying. What makes the trees survive or not due to environmental conditions he points to some saplings under under the dead trees possible signs of recovery? He hopes people will be able to see frazier. I on the mountain. Not just in their homes for years to come

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The WTF Movies of 2019 So Far

The Big Picture

09:05 min | 2 years ago

The WTF Movies of 2019 So Far

"I'm Shawn fantasy an animated, and this is the big picture a conversation show about movies, I guess because movies are still happening in the shadow of game of thrones were having kind of a weird conversation this week, Amanda, and I are going to be talking about what I thought was going to be the best movies of the year so far, but as we went down the list, and we thought about what we've seen thus far. And what we wanted to see we realized that this has been kind of an odd year for movies. So we asked you guys on Twitter. What you wanted to hear talk about you gave us a lot of responses. Some of those films are brilliant. We've talked about some of them on previous episodes ashes purest white, for example, or or transit or us. We spent a lotta time on us shot. We spend a lot of time a long shot Apollo eleven. These are all fascinating brilliant, beautifully crafted movies. We'll talk a little bit about them here. And there as we're going through this. But Amanda, I think it's probably better if we talk about movies that confounded us confused us excited us and ultimately left us. Just wanting to talk. Yes. So here we are to talk. I'm gonna I was ultimately inspired by seeing dragged across concrete. Have you seen that movie? I have not because I think everyone in my life has encouraged me not to I don't think you need to see it. It's Dorothy by minimum as Craig Zoeller. It was there was some notoriety around it because Ahlers movies have a particular political bent, kind of free speech, a finding that some have perceived as very conservative. It's a movie that stars Mel Gibson in Vince Vaughn as to police officers who have been suspended and then spend their free time trying to stop a Bank robbery. Boy, it's larded with a lot of intellectual and political complications. It's not really worth unpacking here. You know, there's been some really good writing about it on the ring dot com. I would encourage you check that out Chris Ryan and Adam name and had a conversation about it on the watch a couple of months ago. And I think that was part of the reason that they spend an hour talking about it. And at the end, we're like we cannot endorse this, but also here all our thoughts about it. Yes. I walked away feeling the same way though. Less interested like less excited by what it did. But it does feel like an onramp into this conversation because there's a lot of cool stuff in it. It's very well made Zoeller is obviously an artistic person I do not agree with many of his ideas about humanity. And it left me feeling like I had both wasted my time and saw something unique. And I think that that's definitely a theme perhaps a segue to the movie serenity. Wow. Yes. So this was maybe this was among the most requested in the call for submission. I think it was the number one request. Why do you think that that was to be set up serenity in any way? Oh, gosh. I guess we how do we train serenity? Let stars Matthew mcconaughey and Anne Hathaway to bona fide movie stars which is of note and it begins as a kinda Morrish or Neo Noir ish situation on an island, and Matthew mcconaughey has a white whale of his own called tuna. And he also has. Some demons and an ex wife who needs some help. Then that's in Hatheway, that's pretty much it. He's a fisherman. He is he's got an habit pursuit of Justice the tuna that you're ferring to and he's got a first mate enjoyment, Han Soo and Hathaway plays that ex wife and he's got a kid. We keep hearing about that we see and his ex wife's got a husband played by Jason Clark. And this movie is hysterical. And I don't mean, it's funny. I mean, it is literally operating in hysterics the whole movie is the most pitched up over the top preposterously plotted movie of seen in a long time when it came out mile Surrey wrote on the ringer about all of it's absurd. What the fuck nece, and I didn't read that piece at the time because I didn't want to spoil for me. And it took me a couple of months to get around to this. And usually when someone says, you gotta see this movie. It is effing insane. I go quickly before whatever reason I didn't get to it. I don't think you to either. No, no. I watched it at home. Which we'll come back to. So Stephen Knight Ronin directed this movie. Stephen night is best known. I think for creating peaky blinders which is a show on Netflix. And he's written a handful of movies here and there, and he's thought to be a very well respected writer director in Hollywood. I I'm I'm just baffled by this movie. I don't understand what he was going for. I mean, let's just say that we're we have to spoil the talk about this movie. So if you haven't seen serenity, and you wanna see serenity, I guess I can sort of recommend it as an ultimate Curio in American movie going, but it's pretty bad rate. It's not I all of the hubbub. I thought this was a good what the fuck movie, and it does not really deliver. It's more just kind of like how did this happen? And how did this many people make it this far, and sink that this all came together? So now, we're going to we're going to spoil the reveal spoil away. It's video game. It's a video video game. And they carry the son who is referenced throughout the movie, and then like all shown like eighteen times throughout the movie is programming. This whole world. And everyone else is fiction of his imagination. And he's doing it to like connect with his fictional dad or something or for a father figure and to avenge his real life stepdad, which we should talk about the problematic aspects of that. But anyway to your point of what this was trying to do. I thought it was like matrix gone. Extremely wrong. Right. I thought that it was trying to engage with the idea of. You know, the video games, and the captured that they have on culture right now and imagination and that idea of the simulation, and what's real. And what's not and revenge and the game if occasion of life, I think that that is my most generous reading of what is going on here. I do not think it delivers on any of it. And I do find that kind of video game to real life violence aspect a little troubling. So I will say as a twelve year old computer geniuses evocation of what adult conflict is a what an adult's life is like an adult who lives on an island called Plymouth island, which is somehow tropical. I'm not sure if there is a tropical island called island. It actually seemed on point because when you're thirteen you don't really understand what it's like to be an human adult, and what it's like to have problems in demons. You know, there's a lot of complicated ideas in the movie math mcconaghy's. Character is a war veteran and Hathaway's. Character is a survivor of domestic abuse. Yes. There are some some really weighty females here. And by the same token, the like, I said the movies just kind of hysterical. The kid the actors are going so over the top in every scene and Hathaway, I think is more or less playing Barbara Stanwick kind of like forties. Fifties era kinda bombshell Dame who's trying to draw a somewhat innocent man into an awful plot. Sort of like the postman always rings twice, you know, meth mcconaghy's kind of the John Garfield going. But they're so pitched up and it's also happening on a boat, which is kind of a ridiculous setting. That's that. I I was just just really confused by how actively bad it was. And I know that seems like a simple criticism. But even if it was a commentary on the way that thirteen year old sees adults. I still thought it would something was missing. Does that does that make sense? Yeah. I will also say I I watched it at home as did you and it really suffered from that. And I would like to talk more about the context in which we receive all of these movies because I think it is increasingly important, but for this one you you really had to pay attention because it it was making logical jumps and giving pieces of so-called information that you were you saw the you're solving mystery. Yes. And I I suppose in a way you were more kind of on a on a video game quest, which as I I'm told requires a lot of focus, which is not what I give to movies. So I would I would. Honestly, look away for ten seconds. And then five new characters would be screaming about something that was like oh shit while I messed up miss something. And I had to rewind. And then it's not like the ten seconds that I missed provided any information or insight. It was just kind of jumping around. So I I actually experienced the real gaps between the ideas it like literally because I thought that I kept missing something. And then it just was never really there. It's funny. United spend a lot of time on this show talking about the movies. They don't make any more. They don't make built dramas. They don't make thrillers. They don't make rom coms. They don't, you know, all of these categories were always talking about lamenting, oh Hollywood is lost its way. And it's all big ten actions that piece movies. This is the kind of movie that we're saying they don't make any more movie stars leaning into a big showy part. It's high concept. It's not based on any IP. And yet

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"fer " Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"fer " Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"It's the only time they wanna try attack me when I'm down. So so if I was roped up, I think I wouldn't have a pretty good chance to win. So. With the collapse bell. What would have had a hot on romaine still wanna Oregon? Was there ever any talk afterwards of stripping you to the best of your knowledge? Not that. I know not that not not that really matter because you know, the the whole thing is just had to get my health underway. There was literally no way could have that fight mobile. Be will be you know, but you will see will very supportive of me. A like I said Dina came in and saw the Saidles in. I wasn't faking anything and. Yeah. They, and they know they know it come to find out if I can I do fight And. and. I leave my heart out there. I always have a always have interesting exciting fights. And yeah, I think no I have a huge supporting you know, he'd down here in the area. So late last week. They announced that it's going to be is to sign ever since Calvin guests for the interim title, what was your reaction to that news? Yeah. You know, those those happy for them to if they want. I think it's good. I think it's good. I think it's good for both of them. I think they jump the queue little bit. And I feel for the other middleweight contenders. The top dudes. But I think it's good for them to you know, to fight it out to to have that have that run before they have to get shot at me. I'm going to need a little bit of time. And they've got something to do. So you say you think they jump the queue I'm assuming that you're ferring to Israel since Calvin had the title shot. Yeah. Well, exactly, you know, even even kill Vigne on the just Bayrak lay loss Wiedeman. Right. But you know, at a Sonya hasn't really Ford anyone in the top five. Yeah. It's it's you can you know, I'm sure you go out there. And you're the one two three full. They kinda like what's going on? Is there anyone else that comes to mind that you think is more deserving? It's other thing. It's about deserving the shot. I think everyone every middleweight fought deserves short it. I think it's it's just how it's played out in the middleweight rankings. You would middle rankings have been a bit funny. The last few years, so yeah, you know, it is what it is. I think it'll be very interesting. I think that's the first fought, you know, that for at Sonya that you know, could propose a bit of a problem. So we'll say heard that you said last week. I believe on your podcast that he's not as good as he thinks. He is did you did you feel impressed at all by what he did against Anderson, or do you still feel like there's a lot to be seen? There are a lot to prove from Israel to Sonya. You know, I wasn't impressed with his performance against innocent..

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"fer " Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"fer " Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Dot com slash. Move forward from that. Okay. I'm gonna tell you what I did this weekend. You want to know what I did already noted it. But I'm gonna tell you. I don't really know your ferring to. I know what you do. But I don't know which part you're talking. I took my girlfriend to see Harry Potter and the curse child. Oh, yeah. That's right. Right. Yeah. I'm not a huge Harry Potter fan. That's where you're wrong. This show was very good higher. It was very very good Harry Potter. You definitely need to go. Like, this is like I would say if you love Harry Potter, you need to see that show. It's fucking good. How long is it going to stay forever? It's wicked. Yeah. By the way. Yeah. But like the actual they have like special effects and shit. Like, they do a really good fucking job. Yeah. It's awesome. Like, I said, I I'm not I've seen all the Harry Potter movies. But like, I'm not like hard core. Harry Potter fan. Yeah. But I was like, you know, what let me go in with open mind within the first ten minutes. I was like fuck show's awesome. Yeah. Very very good. Nice. Yeah. So I think that you should definitely go and see that. I mean. Yeah, check it out. It was two nights though. It's a two nighter. It's a two and a half hour show. We did it on Thursday. And then another two and a half hours on Friday. Hold on five hours Potter. Five hours of Potter. Two-nighter? That's a big commitment. Yes. What I'm saying? No plans you're going for you. Definitely enjoy it though. I probably would. I mean, I I like theater cool that should be the next thing you go to. I think I'm gonna go some other places, but you know. No. I mean like shell. Wait. Oh shit. We are we going to special mic scowl co. Yeah. On the twentieth. That's in five days. What does that mean? What day of the week is that Saturday or Sunday? Why why are you panicking? No. I'm just making. Sure. Okay. All right. Nah. I had the check for what could this my parents fortieth anniversary this week? Fuck them. Yeah. I I know. know. Making sure wasn't that day. Sorry. You can't take years. A long time. You know? Oh, hell, yeah. That's longer. That's ten years longer than I've been alive. They've been married. Lorde?.

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"fer " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"fer " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Creatures would you be ferring to? All the news. I thought you might my ukulele. Oh my God. Isn't that good stuff? It makes me want to change. Ladies, what do you think of anita's sex change? Oh boy. Sounds like a mixed bag Anita now needle SB clear are you talking about the ukulele planer the girls on the view. Well, I don't know what they are on the byu. But there are some kind of a pro the plaza. Big. Flats. Oh, plaza intellectual. Yes. Yes. Love your burning comment that that's pretty great, isn't she? Good. Okay. Yeah. I have to wash out my my radio with soap if you play that with more Nita. I you sound very sweet you listen to the show. I can't promise that. I just can't make that promise to come in handy quite often. When you listen to my show, so like taking your fingernails on a chalkboard. Exactly. Exactly. You're a delight. Thank you for listening and calling it on this. Hey, feel better soon. Thank you and Nita. Tom arden? Hello, tom. Hey, how's it going? You know what? Hey, don't worry about the Ramsey coming down into New Orleans, and they're gonna be I'm sorry. But it's just gonna be a problem for the saints. But the, but the that's the reason I got on the phone call through. But actually what I really wanted to talk about the horses. Might've been Jim remain Locatelli. Oh, I thought you were talking about the ladies of the view again when you said the horses. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Go ahead. No, no. No. Because you're you're you're you're producer. He loves horses. Am I am my friend in Santa Cruz mountains? Jim remain Locatelli. All she does is save horses. A little bit of home on Facebook and try and get them together. Because she's got too many because they all come down from Chico. So if you could get if you could tell it to find a place somewhere out here in in the in the individually. So she can get off the mountain in over here. And then bring all her horses. She's got a million dollars. I don't even know me. But it's look Jemma Rene Locatelli. Kendall. You want Hank you? Well, thanks a lot. Because we know you she's taken from Chico. And then she stuck in the speaking place in the Santa Cruz mountains, she's learning at a room, she's overloaded. And so if any of you guys together and everybody's horses. You know? Yes, right right now. That's a good point. That's a good point, Tom. Hey, tom. Thanks. And that's not a bad idea. Kendall referred to you on this one. You know when he called there. I thought again that he was talking about Joey bay heart. You know, when he said that what do you think of Jay, thank you joy for weighing in on that appreciate that very much, Pat Walsh show,.

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The Online Therapy Platform Tackling Mental Health Issues

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

07:20 min | 3 years ago

The Online Therapy Platform Tackling Mental Health Issues

"Although are like getting up to mischief and having a little bit of fun with this podcast on reading more and more about how the technology that rules, our lives unmasks it much much easier is actually causing more problems to our well being and I guess constantly looking at friends highlight, reels and Catholic right at news. Feats is partly responsible for making people anxious questioning their self with the value of their life and also leading to a number of mental health issues, and wherever you're listening to the show in the world. We all have problems days where we just don't wanna get a bed in the morning and deep down inside. We all know that that perfect life on those Instagram fades, east just one big illusion. Because there is no such thing as the perfect or idyllic life. But this message can be incredibly difficult to deliver. When you're seeing all those images of seemingly perfect lives posted everyday. But I am a solutions rather than problems kinda guy. And I. Myself thinking what if technology could solve these problems that it created? So doctors Zane sa- Kathy is the CEO and co founder of my nerve, which is an online therapy service that provides fast and confidential access to mental health counseling over a live video platform, but as a digital pioneer full mental health services Zane has been listed as one of the top ten rising GP stars on post today. It was also recently featured on on BBC world's talking business program explaining how technologies light my Nova can help working professionals overcome the barriers preventing them from getting the support for them mental health problems. Now as as regular listeners now unleash show. I do love boosting myths tearing down walls, and today, let's tear down the stigma of mental health. And I think today's interview is a fantastic story that needs to be shared so book alot and hold on tight as I beam. Your heirs all the way to London. So we can speak with Dr Zaentz, Kathy the CEO and co founder of my Nova. A massive woman to the show. Can you tell the listeners a little about who you are? And what you do. Great esa. Thank you for having me. My name is Zane. I am the co founder and CEO of mine which offers fast access to a therapist via live video confidentially securely and discreetly fantastic now mental health is a huge topic right now for very good reason and faith, I saw you. I think it was on BBC news talking about these very subject. Can you just tell people listening while you're invited onto the BBC, and so many other platforms and also on the scale of the problem that we're dealing with here? I've -solutely so I mean, my my background is I am actually funnily enough a fully qualified GP. Although I've been in tech now for for just over four years. I I still do practice, and I was finding that increasing the greatest proportion of my work was mental health related, and I'm not just talking about, you know, bipolar or things that we would usually be associated doctors. But I I include low mood stress, anxiety relationship problems things that people deal with all the time things that affect everybody. And and the more I looked into it the more. It was the biggest problem. I I find that, you know, close to three out of five GP consultations worth for mental health nationally. The prime minister's report on thriving at the house in the white place showed that the cost of the economy every is nine thousand nine billion. It's it's a massive cost. It's affecting your ninety one million working days lost because of mental health. Forty percent of the work force suffering. With present. He isn't when that means people going to suffering with their symptoms, and that directly impacts their lifestyles and darkly impacts their income. And these were really massive issue on on a full spectrum across the board from you know, effecting the individual to infecting affecting families to affecting the economy. And so I applied what I need in Thames of enabling that telemedicine type approach and thought, well, you know, what if we could provide a service that was accessible that was available to you off to five o'clock and before before nine nine AM, you know, outside working hours that you didn't need to go to that. You didn't need to tell your employer about he didn't need to tell you your spouse, and you know, or anyone else in worry about the stigma because the stigma really was a key issue than I felt that that was a game changer. And you know, a year on from that we would definitely seeing that the idea is gaining gaining traction as as you saw on the BBC world interview. Now, so more say that technology is playing a big big role in the increase in anxiety is an also increase in mental health problems too. But as a digital pioneer for mental health services, can you tell me a little bit more about the story about how you turn to technology to help solve these problems rather than that to them. That's a brilliant question. It terms of, you know, myself I think I had to make in a back when I started technology festival in, you know, my first startup I had to make that mental transition from being a doctor to not just it's not about becoming a businessman because it's not about business. It's about using the entrepreneurial approach to solve a problem and getting that product market fits, so I I really believe in in the the lean startup methodology because what you're essentially doing is. You're saying this is the front act now, you might might uses my people that I want to benefit from this product show me and tell me what what what you want and iterating quick enough to be able to demonstrate that your product is is in incorporating. Those features. Is that going to work? I it's like, you know, having having an iphone all what I enjoyed fine. You know, when you when you download the latest version of Susta, you not worried about it being a hundred percent, you know, the thing that you're looking for you know, there's going to be updates. You know, there's going to be improving there's going to be bug fixes. So we listen to our audience when we listen to the uses we we knew that stigma was a real issue. So we we made the service, discreet, we made it so that, you know, you didn't need to download anything, you know, you just click on a link and you're able to see the fera past. We knew that timing. Accessibility. Was a problem for us. So we said, right? That's blow that open. That's make this available to eleven PM at night. You don't need to be an emergency to access the therapists at night because at the moment on the NHL. Fortunately, the only time you can get therapies from nine nine nine am to five pm after hours. It's just for emergencies. 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