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Ordering online groceries has gotten easier

Talking Tech

03:09 min | 6 months ago

Ordering online groceries has gotten easier

"I looked? At Amazon, fresh whole foods cart posts. Posts, mates, target and Walmart. Let me fill you in Amazon fresh the promises same-day delivery when you visit the website as long as you were prime member, which caused one hundred nineteen dollars a year, and you order a minimum amount, usually thirty five or forty dollars when I made by order on Tuesday, morning I was promised a delivery by one thirty, and then when I tried later on again they're all gone. Gone, but they had free delivery on Wednesday and Thursday that made me happy. Whole Foods, which is also owned by Amazon their promises free two hour delivery again with prime membership I ordered it five minutes to two, and they put a four ninety nine delivery attached to it to have the food derived by four or free. If I could wait till six, which of course I could fill out better than waiting a week. Week, which is what it took me when I was trying to do it locally from some of the markets around La target tacked ten dollar delivery fee onto a forty dollar order unless I paid him one hundred bucks for the shipped service, which is owned by target. Now they did agree to get the order over to me within two hours, which is great, but it didn't like that hundred dollars and furthermore folks. Target has a feature where they will meet you outside and put all the food into your trunk. The only problem is. If you order on your computer, you can't get that service. You have to do it on the APP, so order on the APP. Instant card instant is the biggest of all of them, and they do food delivery for a lot of local markets. But the results are different when I ordered from Ralph's, which is part of the Kroger chain? I was ordered a two hour window when I ordered from Vancouver, which is part of the Albertson's chain. There were many hours, so they said I could get it that evening. FONS wanted to charge me ten dollars. Ralph's did not so that's a little weird, and of course on top of those fees is a big tip. You WanNa. Give a tip for. For your instinct card shoppers, the person who is going up and down the aisles, getting your food for you and then driving into your house post mates is more active in online food delivery from restaurants, but they do the groceries as well and just this week. Uber said it wanted to buy post. Speights for two point six five billion dollars now when I when I tried ordering from on post, mates ordered a forty five to sixty minute delivery promise. In also a ten dollar fee finally, Walmart free delivery, no delivery charges, minimum purchase, but a two-day way. Okay But you know what two days is fine. as I said when I was trying this back in March and April I was looking at one week weights so two days one day. The bottom line is it's a lot better now than it was I. Still Way prefer the process of walk into the store and shopping I find shopping online for grocery items tough because I don't know what I want until I see it,

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Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

The Functional Tennis Podcast

06:09 min | 8 months ago

Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

"Welcomed episode forty eight of the functional tennis podcast. This week we have the great pleasure of speaking to Craig tightly. Ceo of tennis. Australia and director of the Aussie Open. Craig tells us all about his coaching success in college tennis in the states and then move and Australia to work for tennis Australia and the different jobs. He's done there. We also talk about the challenges of the current Cova situation on looking at Grand Slams and the Aussie Open in twenty twenty one. He tells us the first time you met Roger Federer and we've to gray questions sent into a spire instagram fons. It's a great episode. Hope you enjoyed before we get started. Make sure to go over to our new. Instagram account called functional tennis podcast. And give us a follow shed into a podcast sponsors head. I've been using head rackets and says a kid I I had Agassi's ownby racket. Which absolutely loved. I've been using heads on and off really ever. Since but mainly used the radical tried to use the prestige. But I find a wasn't really couldn't always struggle on the double handed pack and with it the radical for me less a bit more room for errands bit more stable for me. So thank you guys. Okay let's talk the Craig. Hi Craig how are you good? Thanks for talking to you from the other side of the world. I. It's amazing top. You're on board. It's really big privilege. Heavy speaking here on. Yes well thank you very much couch to find that Albert. How you became the talk. Mind an tennis Australia and wound most of man in tennis anytime you speak to tennis player. They rave about what you've still not the OSCE open so can't wait to hear Beth dot before we get started. Let's talk a little bit about your early tennis career. I know you're very successful coach in the states head. Did you get involved agenda in the states or let me start out by saying it's always difficult to talk about these things in the context of the of the current climate that we ran and And having to isolate and Dual of things that we need to do to protect health system so so I apologize to beat but late to the call because as you would not which is handled. I in front of the screen on video conferences. But it's all good but Allsteel question out against the US. I was a young kid loved the game and I started later when he starred thirteen four. She was considered extremely nights. And I. I had aspirations to be a a great to be a tennis player and I loved it. I love training playing and was never realized that call and was fortunate. Enough to grow rails. That early enough This trying to make it through the twenties thirties. So one-sided centerstage Katie Myself and finished from military service on the obligations. I had to do in South Africa. Right got on the plane and went to Europe the tennis there and then an answer. GonNa go to the US and get an education. And I went with plans to stay four years and ended up staying for Dean so I think that's kind of be my modus operandi. Chris time they happened will strata was Kinda come for a few years. I being sixteen says I'm getting constant and helping and really enjoying you're making a statement wherever you go on your coach so you end up your coach successful coach at Illinois Your Coach Year Multiple Times. How did you move into coach? Well I think You when you have love the game. I'm made people in this report cost wooden and These many different career opportunities. You haven't you can be administering coaching and playing and officiating at it is. And it's such a global sports go to common language as the lines of the ten school. The highest the net that determine that commonality around the world his great battle. I did match my my love of the game with my desire to help people and those two things came. Together and I agree deal of personal fulfillment and professional satisfaction out of helping other than using vehicle for that. And when you love what you do You willing to constantly always improve and in the lookout for ways to get better and learn from others and and And I look back in hindsight down I think on on reflection and I think that because two things the desire to help people and the love of the game I was able to learn a lot and And we spoke to their slam today and I think that is one of the one of the most of being able to be lucky. Enough have had some success so the coaching side. I loved and I always did enjoyed like challenging the status quo and I enjoyed being told that things wouldn't happen. And when you star they wanted to physicist coaches ahead who was the famous Stuart Doyle from From the University of Arkansas was great to have stood for the team. We started the success and a period of thirteen years. We took a college program from no age of the best in the country for quite a few years and ended up having some many players that went on really well. Kevin Anderson from South Africa was one of the top five in the world recently. And so we've had. It's it's been divorced. Plays that success in fun to watch. The Program says the success that it did but it was. Secret is wakeup rewarding. Do the best you can do. People will treat them how you wanted to be treated because you always going to be decided runaway do on the way down and just look as hard as you can see because look for improved. Button could come. It's a long journey on a short June. I completely agree with you. The daily grind getting open put into hard work. But just getting back to you mentioned dodd. Some listeners here. We solicit snarled and they all know stuey dial of his great tennis abilities. What was he liked back in the day? All should say knows to you'll identify sanity mall. One thing that he did teach the ethics I'll never forget it. It's still resonates with me as what it takes to win a points and what it takes to be good and amount of effort and pain in the work. You've got to go through to do that and His attitude is competitive attitude on On improvement rubbed off. Funny Everyone Cussin' that's why everyone loved because by him and always say you is one of the few met. That's would be willing to go through the same pain himself To prove the others what it is versus telling you what to do.

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The Role of Custom Fonts

Under the Radar

06:44 min | 9 months ago

The Role of Custom Fonts

"Today. I wanted to talk about fonts. It's something that I've been spending a lot of time thinking about recently with watched Smith and it's a topic that I think is just interesting that I think a font is in many ways the the strongest sort of side of design that a lot of developers like like Mark Roe. And I deal with where. I'm not an artist by sort of at all like I'm just sort of like drawing pretty pictures or making things pretty I can lay out a Ui and the appropriate spacing and alignment and those kinds of things but the thing in my apps that are is usually the most like visually interesting is probably going to be the typography that I'd choose and use inside of it and honestly for most of our APPS I feel like eighty or ninety percent of the. Ui is text. And so if that's the case like the thing that the the the fonts and the type choices that you make for that is hugely impactful on the user's experience in these sort of the overall design and aesthetic and if the personality of your application By by those choices you make are are so big and I feel like there's so many different approaches that you can take with font. We're like out of the box. You can just use the basic system font and there's a lot of reasons and benefits of going down that road and you get all kinds of serve the accessibility and dynamic text. And there's lots of things in heavy work than apple has been doing In that range to make like San Francisco. They're based system font like really good in so many circumstances But if you go down that road than like it was like he had all these benefits but you also lose a lot of things in terms of personality and differentiation and Making your your APP and your sort of your at the appearance. Feel unique and different and special and so. I think it's just an interesting thing to talk about. You know because I kind of went back and forth so many times on what funds to us In Washington at the end I served settled on the phone call decimal which is by Jonathan Hoffler. And it's this sort of very watch inspired fond that's very It's supposed to vote and be kind of derived from the kind of fonts that you would see on a traditional mechanical watch and there's actually just as a side note. There's a really looking for something to watch the netflix documentary. Abstract has a whole episode about the sort of design of this fund. Which I just thought was really interesting if you're kind of New especially if you're new defense is really good discussion in expects punish a lot of the terms. You'll hear when people are talking about fons the simple things of like seraphin center but even things like leading incurring and our sesame athletic let earning dissenters centers like all the terms that you would see like the these things that you you you you I font and you can ask for all kinds of information about itself like some really good inspects nations. So I'm going to that in the show it's but anyway that's the point that I chose. I really like it. I think it works really well super well in the watch and I think because works while in the watch. That's kind of their personality that I wanted to bring over onto the phone But that's kind of the direction I went and I like it but also had had some feedback that people don't like it and they wish that it was. I just use the system font and like gets complicated like I don't really know how to feel about that. Yeah it's fonts are tricky because when you when you use a custom font for an absent tire you I You know basically when you replace the system font with your custom fund. It is a personality that you're adding the system font basically has no personality. Ideally at least you know. Sometimes there's a couple of in history there have been a couple of like you know. Slight personalities imparted here. And they're like I think the regional Macintosh Chicago Font had had a certain personality That that we have more personality than system funds tend to have But for the most part like system funds tend to be as kind of neutral and universal and therefore by definition bland as possible because they are used everywhere. You know that people should never get sick of them. They shouldn't really ever notice the personality of the system. Font it should just kind of be like just a a nice like basic default that everything can use and that nobody will ever have thought about and so the system will never impart personality into your APP. Custom Fonts simply by by not using the System Font. Even if you pick another fairly bland one you are making a personality choice with your APP for sure and so some people are GonNa love that and some people are going to hate that and then beyond that if you pick a a font that has a strong personality where like you wouldn't necessarily use this for any type of document or any type of tax rain tight like something. That has a point of view. A personality. Like your watchmen. Fonterra's that's going to be even more polarizing and it's even harder to be even more careful with like how and when you use something like that in-app because people the Ui of an APP to behave in standard ways and to look standard ways and if you don't match the standard you have to have really good reason not to and it can backfire for some people. And that's why like you don't usually see a lot of APPs using their own funds if they do use their own funds they don't always use them well and as a developer. You have to really be careful like it is a great way to add personality but you might not always want personality in certain context and you have to make sure you're adding the right personality for the APP. So for instance like whenever. I go to my dentist that they had like these computer screens at run. Their dental management system. Whatever it is. They're they're always in kind of in the side of my field of US. I can see them. What's on the screen and you know some horrible windows APP. That's clearly like custom made for the industry and there are certain dialogues that use Comic Sans and I just don't I never feel good seeing Comic Sans on the system that is responsible for my dental health. Would you want? There's no there's nothing comedic about the situation right exactly and and like you know. There are ways that you can mismatch a font to the application and so you have to be careful when you're if you're going to choose this route to have a custom font and and I think there's there's a good argument to be had not to have custom fonts these days and I'll get to that in a little bit but if you're gonna go down the route of having a custom font you have to really make sure that you're choosing one or the personality is appropriate for the context in which the APP is running like what. What kind of APP is what kind of people use it? What kind of mood or situation they might be in when they are using it

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Happy Easter Bitcoin Rally?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:57 min | 10 months ago

Happy Easter Bitcoin Rally?

"Bitcoin right now. What happened yesterday was Not a great deal. One of the least less volatile dies that we've seen were actually down up you know it's not like I said we got a consolidation going right now we're above seven thousand mile. It'd be very I wouldn't be surprised essays above thousand Tom next week and I want my signed up. I'm saying that the crews I worked probabilities. I don't have a crystal ball. Unfortunately if you've got one a bar with all even rent it but what I do is I look at probabilities in the probability that I've got in front of me right now. Sifi upturns on the maids options on the high at time France. We're talking twelve hours. Open the four hour. We'll turning awesome Trend moving average is standing in the correct order. Good convergence of the cat and if you want to know more about that you can learn on the FDA school's going bother buddy courses one sighing. The probability is stacked to the upside. We closed yesterday at seven. Thousand Two hundred ninety four dollars down one percent of their on. Bitcoin therion wisdom to close at one. Sixty seventy two a bitter resistance. The one seventy eight fifty fog volume correct all now. It's actually forget that don't worry about that. That's an old level that doesn't have any bearing at all on what I think is going on right now. A look at strong a Theorem It's just a little bit to extend the Tomato Minute Jer. That really strong move on Monday. That twenty percent moved doozy It's good But yes that closed down slightly not much. They won six hundred sixty eight currently except pay. Well it causes Point I didn't do very much at all. It was actually down slightly. Won't seven percent holding around that tonight rage in? Which is that resistance. Spoke of a little while ago On this podcast and hanging out there once a guy. Bitcoin cash is currently trading at two hundred fifty seven dollars and sixty five cents in the crowd. There I'd our and twelve. I don't mind that at all. Just saying what comes of that. A guy in Australia trend there and Yesterday was done actually four point two six percents or one of the David pullbacks of the top ten. Still looking quite tasty bay. Well it was down as well but two point one two percent sitting at two hundred eleven dollars and seven cents right now. It's down one point. Five percent two diet was down two point one yesterday lot coin. This is a child who really really lock at the modern took him at the high dials. Talking about the twelve hour talking about four hour. I'm looking Rod and it right now on the one two levels of resistance of forty six ninety two cents. Yep I'll be keeping a close on that. A modern even get one of my trading strategies which is cool. The bitcoin break cat so much. Just get that light is GONNA have to be later on this afternoon but I will be around and I will give it up because down. Good job as far as yesterday. Guys LOOK IT. Closed down point seven percents in the closet. Forty six dollars twenty on a US now. Another day point nine percent down a guy in consolodating out the rest of the market. Two hundred seventy three dollars at seats right now. Blinds fifteen dollars on the noise down point four percent yesterday guy. More of that console that saw guas console election Across markets it's sort of spreading everywhere brought now. Kodi three point six bitter resistance up around. What's that level? What's that little site? Sean Michelle Mishari selling stuck in the UAE of that. Let me get rid of this. It's roughly around four point. Six nine cents Ish guy sort of perfect level. There has been resistance there Yesterday we did closed down one percent flat on the knives and were three point six one since rotten now a theory and classic actually the one of the top ten years at a close up one point one percent up at sitting at five dollars an idea sense right now The trend doesn't look fantastic on the mid's instead of the mid's token the four hour and whatnot but it's a pretty good one on a daily Fon Rolling out the top ten. We've got the big dog trump down two point one six percent yesterday and that's where I got stopped out yesterday You win some some but again another profitable wake of dwindling strip

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Working with Athletes during the Covid-19 Crisis- Mike Schultz Highland Training

Moving2Live

06:27 min | 10 months ago

Working with Athletes during the Covid-19 Crisis- Mike Schultz Highland Training

"We focus on athletic performance and that was the main goal. And you know way back in the day when I was trying to figure out how it's going to do this You know one of the ways to train specially runners and cyclists. That's we mainly focus on cyclic. I'm one of the best way to do. It is the online. And so you know you need a schedule. And you need goals and Then like I just mentioned the eventually the awesome and then gardening Becoming big and all of a sudden Now you can go run or ride your bike anywhere in the world and upload the foul to the computer to look at and Straw came along and all of these online tools Then kind of like home their practice and be I'll become very cool and they all work in slightly different ways But you know you start to say okay. Well as a coach I view A work out of someone in California and I can see how far they ran. I could see how intense I get their notes. I can call him on the phone. We can talk about it and this makes better spent working together than actually showing up in person every day so In a nutshell. That's what we do week by Week. Is Communicate with all the athletes that we got Right schedules week by week and With the goal to gang strength Mainly on the bike and I know from talking to you. I guess five or six months ago in October you work with athletes nut just a lead level athletes but just somebody who has maybe the goal of I'd like to do a century or I linked to grant fon does a really across the spectrum from high level. People say I just like to move that totally correct. Yes I I. I got people Who May focus on? I try to get everyone to focus on. At least one event or something to do every year Just as gives you a goal to work towards You know outside of the general fitness aspect. But sure I'm bringing people of a guy who just got into cycling like in the past year and You know was a weightlifter back in the day and trail running and took some time off and kids and all and so he just got backing cycling and this is all brand new to him and so it's pretty cool. I mean so I get to apply you know. And in honestly from the beginner to the elite. I mean girls kind of folks on the same thing at times just the you know how much duration they can put in each week or how much power they're putting out or how intense to work on it so There are differences. But yes I get to see it across the board And there's there's common amongst at all and Weight gain strength so I guess it would be correct to say on the one hand with your coaching in the corona virus. Your coaching really hasn't changed that much. But on the other hand I suspected has harshly because of the cancellation of so many races event and events and partially just with having athletes and people that you coach literally across the US. What's happening and what? The concerns are differs from area to area. So when was the first time with your coaching business? That you first became aware of like. Hey this might be something that's going to have a direct influence on either me or the athletes and I'm coaching job. Probably a few weeks ago And I've been following the news every day and obviously I work online so I'm online I can pull up the knew and see what's going on and you know as everyone knows changing rapidly I think about You know when they start shutting the schools down here in PA and went to essential businesses. And I again defend messages to everyone of Hairston general rules when I'm going for The first number one roy. Like don't go out and waste yourself on a ride Don't lower your immune system and come susceptible to something like that And so the races are off right now. The first of all that was kind of like a reality that hit everyone kind of slowly. is racing started to get cancelled and on my side. I had it back and wait. They are what's going to happen here. Give it five days and we kind of seen everything canceled you. Know obviously February March Or March and April May. Most things are starting to cancel June the race. They're kind of holding out. What's going on So at that point we just kind of take that back and say all right. There's no more anything what's get over the fact that no one's GonNa be raising now and let's focus on some Based building you know building building the engine again and And then we'll ramp up and kind of wait week by Tom. What's going to happen? How it's GonNa play out and I would imagine not to put a positive spin on cove in nineteen but for some people not racing having more time to build a base and build straight could potentially long-term over the years make them better riders. If I'm not incorrect. Yeah I agree. I mean it's sad to see what happening with the Olympic or example On that end obviously that the most elite end 'cause those guys are really trying to peek for something that's a month away and now cancelled But for the majority of a specialty crop the year focused on bike races in health and getting stronger and being competitive on age groups Yeah I think it You know it's kind of a heat. Said put a positive spin on kind of a blessing in a way because everyone just now gets to take a break From doing event than focusing on the things. And everyone's gotTa just chill out. Roger Biker run alone and So it kind of put a Spin. A different spin on everything By as everyone. Everyone's got a personal life. And you know I think it took a week or we can ha- Figuring out jobs in kids and all this kind of stuff so there was a little disruption there and we're we're actually now just kind of people are just getting into the groove of all right. I'm staying home and working out every day. You know and back into the thing

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Digital Economy: Digital manufacturing

The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

09:17 min | 10 months ago

Digital Economy: Digital manufacturing

"Innovation in manufacturing technology spots new original industrial revolution today. The integration of digital technology and manufacturing equipment is said underpin the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution a testament to the height of expectations for the technology. However they're mixed signals on how fast and how effectively this integration is taking place for two thousand eighteen study by two thirds of manufacturers globally. That only just started not even begun that digital transformation strategy well recently though the US of business index found that manufacturers let forward in Iot adoption one measure of the blurring of digital and physical operations between two thousand seventeen and twenty twenty in this episode. We discussed the potential. The challenges the future of two dimensions of digital manufacturing firstly the integration of digital functionality in manufacturing processes to monitor manage and predict performance and to linked together participants on the value chain secondly additive manufacturing or three D printing which is by necessity a blend of physical and digital systems. My guests are Dr Lau. Hong-gi director of the Digital Manufacturing Design Center that Singapore University of Technology and Design Chief Operating Officer for Asia bearings manufacturers. Schaffler I started our conversation by asking class. How far digitization has progressed at the company? All right so I would say digitalization. In surplus started already twenty plus years years ago. We have a huge department where we build our own machine and we always. We're going to take data out of our processes none of the data and our machines are or processes so this is a long history already and dealing with data and trying to improve our processes for sure Last last year's we saw acceleration in the market for available technology in the IOT landscape. Globally increased we call probably the next industrial revolution or singing makes so in the last review. We became very clear where we want to go with digitalization. And how we should approach the challenge. We're talking about digital semi-autonomous plants and for that we have a clear scope and proceeding how to transform our existing plants in this case. We're looking at four dimensions. One would be the holistic process to ensure the into and perspective so that means supply to customers for Valley Stream we also looking at digital technologies starting to collectively and Architecture. We also look at the workforce involvement of our employees or people our customers and For sure we are looking into data management. I think this is a key key. And so we are looking at all the key areas of development for example virtual reality artificial reality and three D layouts artificial intelligence reprinting digital shop floor management and for all of these topics. We have started an accomplished pilots so we learned on the way and now we are in the midst of implementing them through our own production network. Which of those any of those. That are actually having an impact on the way you produce products so far or are they still in an experimental phase so the way of our production changed in the way that they'd via able not to have real time data so that means make better and faster decisions to steal our processes to utilize our equipments much much better in terms of our products when we look into three D. printing or simulation We increase the speed of development and optimization of product itself for sure the supply chain management is his benefiting from real-time data and connectivity from from suppliers to our factories off from ourselves to our customers. And I think tremendous change. We see also in how people work in our in our plot and our factories This job scope is changing of enhancing. Or I think the responsibility of our people from standard old school manufacturing processes to more bring more intelligence more decision making more steering and managing processes. When you think about the progress as you mentioned there that digitization really back began for companies such as yourselves twenty years ago. Do you think progress is being as fast as you'd have expected back then I think not because there were always a lot of ideas in our heads and missing. Technology are not affordable or too expensive technology was always hindering all with a dream of how connected machine and let them machine talk to each other. I think that's a very old idea but really to do it. In a holistic way to not have only one data set talking to each other or transferring one data set two for one machine to the other but also now being able that these data sets being analyzed and then there's a qualified answer of Algorithm to the next process. This only has been available in the last couple of years. So we see exponential increase now availability of possibilities which we can really implement in our own production flows that's great what are the dimensions of digitization in manufacturing you mentioned there was three D. printing or additive manufacturing Hoagie? Ten to fifteen years ago. We heard a lot about three D. printing. There were predictions at every home would have a three D. Printer at one point but I don't think that those predictions have come to pause and we don't seem to hear for the layman. I don't seem to hear so much about three D. printing or additive manufacturing as. I used a what's happened there has it. Has It lived up to the potential or is it quietly being adopted just behind closed doors? I think am is definitely happening. In manufacturing sectors in Singapore alone We are already seeing the Almost complete value chains of industries from companies that provide software for these. I threw equipments to mature suppliers and Increasingly Service Bureau as well. So companies who adopt. Em for in house productions. So so I would say perhaps from a consumer perspective We don't see products as at densify if meet with three D. printers because Today's allow the adoptions are mostly at the component levels so so I guess that's why consumer and see it that way in himself You know what you've just said ten fifteen years ago when three D. printing wars perceived as something. That's GonNa Change drastically how you know our products on meet. We are going to be able to make our own product at home. That's not happening I think that's mostly at this. Point in some adoptions of the technology. It's a lot of hobbies part of part of that. Is that the material us for three printings Some of them are not necessarily something that you would use at home. So but but I think in terms of the manufacturing sectors. I think it is very exciting. Now what would you say has been the impact so far of additive manufacturing on on a manufacturer's as you say it's more of the level? What impact is that had on the industry? Well I think. Firstly I see a lot of the technology centric adopting am processes or Three D. printing processes because the nature of Eddie manufacturing processes allowed the idea generation prototyping to make in very fast speed as compared to traditional Soros sequential Solo. Way of doing things were in design on design. Things and mature engineer comes in and decide what to use and production for comes into decide what manufacturing processes can shrink. They are so. I think that has changed quite a fair bit in terms of how Sarah fons a product or technology. Centric kind of start up As able to move much faster compared to traditional Serov startups Besides that I think in the solve the more established industries like aviation's Maria of shore the ability through very quickly Produce in house brought for in house use has also changed quite February of the supply chain in these industries as the industry learned to not just replace parts with their in house editor processes. We all see industry recognizing the other advantages are impresses for examples with an processes the number of parts and components can be substantially lower than traditional tradition away of making things so the design of product. Or whether it's replacement or an product Essentially different form than traditional product to manufacture. It floor

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Police move in on Mohawk rail blockade. Cayuga Nation leadership dispute sparks demolition in NY. Border Wall Construction Destroying Sacred Native American Burial Grounds.

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 11 months ago

Police move in on Mohawk rail blockade. Cayuga Nation leadership dispute sparks demolition in NY. Border Wall Construction Destroying Sacred Native American Burial Grounds.

"This is national. Native News on Tonia Gonzalez Ontario provincial. Police vehicles officers moved in on a Mohawk blockade adjacent to a railway in Ontario Monday morning after supporters of the wet so ten hereditary chiefs remained in place despite a midnight deadline to clear the area to avoid arrest. Some demonstrators were seen being taken into custody. Dan Carpenter Chuck has more. The midnight deadline came and went in the Mohawks tied. The Naga are showing no signs of dismantling their blockade. The barricades went up more than two weeks ago in solidarity with what to attend hereditary chiefs in British Columbia after police? They're enforced an injunction against the chiefs in their supporters. Who were blocking access to a construction site for a natural gas pipeline? Other rail blockades were set up across the country paralysing rail traffic last week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for patients in dialogue but by Friday. His tone had changed. He said the barricades must come down. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police offered to pull back from the West attend blockade site but not from their traditional territory. Here's chief of the WADDEN already. We're already at that point beyond right. Now it's more like confusion Mister Trudeau has announced. you know like It's up to us but we're saying right from day one we said. Icmp vacate the area. What's what ten leaders last week? Travel to Ontario and Quebec to first nations their for their solidarity and support and to plan future strategy for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter. Tensions came to a head and a long standing dispute between factions of the nation. And upstate New York over the weekend. Local officials are calling on federal authorities to step in Fon golden reports in the early morning hours. Saturday police directed by council leader. Clint half town partly demolished. Eight buildings including a convenience store daycare sugar shack and the cannery. I've been involved in Cuban affairs since I was a teenager. Lena young as a spokeswoman for the faction that operated the buildings they've long disputed half towns leadership so it's been a very long time that I've been able to watch this thing grill and fortunately come to the head that it's come to an exploding such distract away. A public statement from the nation says it was reclaiming the buildings and destroying them to quote eliminate public safety issues and quote county officials called a special meeting Sunday they sent official requests to several federal entities including the US Marshall Service who they want temporarily police the Cubans. I'm pleased to hear that. They have listened to us that. They too also acknowledged. This is a serious threat to not only NATO's community but also the community has large but given the nation's sovereignty. There's not much more. Local officials can do von. Golden National Native News The US House Sub Committee for indigenous peoples of the United States is holding the hearing with the title. Trump's border wall construction destroying sacred sites and erasing tribal culture chairman. Ned Norris Jr. of the tone autumn nation is scheduled to testify at the hearing Wednesday in Washington. Dc Norris publicly called on the trump administration to protect sacred sites at the National Congress of American Indians. Recent winter session in Washington in a video taken at the event by Indians Dot Com. Norris told an Interior Department official. Construction is destroying sacred ground in Arizona and called for it to stop. The tribe is located in Arizona on the US. Mexico border the TACONA Autumn Nation and other tribes say recent construction of the border wall in Arizona has been on sacred land. Federal officials have been invited to testify. At Wednesday's hearing I'm Antonio

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Chemists Investigate Casanova's Clap

60-Second Science

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Chemists Investigate Casanova's Clap

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin all Cazenove the name is synonymous with a reputation for romantic. Let's say excess but a new study suggests that the real Jacome Cazenove may have exaggerated his sexual exploits none in terms of their sheer volume, but in their infectious aftermath because though Cazenove claim to have suffered several bouts of gonorrhea, researchers could find no traces of the responsible microbe on the pages of the womanisers handwritten memoir. The findings will appear in the journal electro freezes casanovas memoir completed in seventeen ninety eight fills twelve volumes and its English. Translation, runs to thirty five hundred pages in this tell-all casanovas tally some hundred twenty two lovers then confesses to recurring gonorrhea relapses to investigate these claims. Researchers turn to a technique they'd previously used to. Positively identified the bacterium that causes plague on the pages of death registries from seventeenth century Milan. Thus we thought we would be able to detect the gun Opoku on Kazan Avas pages. CC candidate meted in use memoirs have been been infected by gonorrhea in his first sex intercourse at the age of eighteen and having suffer from relapses of the sex Peja his lifetime as a gun lover. Giorgio Righetti, professor emeritus at Milan, polytechnic Righetti and his colleague glib Zuber Stein. Who has a company called spectra fon in Israel developed a hand held device that allows them to capture characterize protein, fragments and other macromolecules from the surface of historical documents such biological materials. Can get stuck to a manuscript when say someone licks his fingers to more easily turn the books pages leaving behind traces of potentially infected saliva, but in the case of Kesse. No. Ova that goes not racist caucus could be detected. They did however find traces of cinnabar a red pigment containing mercury sulfide at the time that chemical was used to treat these sexually transmitted diseases. Do your including syphilis gonorrhea quite likely that cousin Alvin been using macrey suit, find to cure relapse, his taraji. So it could be that as infection was in remission when Cazenove pen the three or four pages of chapters one and two that the researchers were able to examine and that in addition to his way with women Cazenove also had a deft hand with eighteenth century pharmaceuticals. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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"fon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"fon" Discussed on KTRH

"Level of proof is far as evidence. Anyway. So I suppose you could do that. There was more evidence that turned up yesterday from New York Post reporter found something the Chicago police department missed her name, by the way, Gabrielle fon Rouge. She found a bottle of hot sauce retracing his footsteps looking for cameras, I could've caught the attack, and I noticed on the ground that there is a clean hot sauce bottle which is weird because you would think that it would have some kind of red flags or green flags or something. So there's beer bottles around but hot sauce. So I pick it up, and I decided to smell it because it should have had bleach in it. And it had an odor smell kind of flight chlorine bleach and let it sit for a day because I'm like, you know, it's just so off at this could have possibly been something. And then the next day was still there. So that's what I call the police and reported because they had all of these officers all of these hours and all these investigators in all of this time. So when you said it to the cops are they like, oh, thanks for finding that quite the opposite. They say, well, you know, they told me that I was doing. The right thing by reporting it, but you know, of course likes to be told by a reporter. Hey, I think you miss something at the scene. I read the New York Post every morning. I know what it said. So go ahead and tell our viewers what what they said. Well, one of them sadder you try to do our job for us. Well, that's typical response. Right. She found a hot sauce bottle with some bleach in it baby. Further evidence. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. Of evidence. You don't know. Can you talk Jesse to the hot sauce? I don't know she picked it up. She did Dongola. No, probably not her DNA's on there to watch the same TV show. We though we all think we can solve a crime. Now, five forty one. You're on News Radio seven forty KTAR. H it is time for traffic and weather together. That means Julie hardy.

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No Charges in Sacramento Police Shooting of Stephon Clark

790 KABC Programming

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

No Charges in Sacramento Police Shooting of Stephon Clark

"Thing. No charges for the Sacramento. Police officers who fatally shot stuff. Fon Clark year ago, Sacramento county district attorney and Marie Schubert defended her office's decision, and it's sixty one page report saying, quote, the evidence in this case demonstrates that. Both officers had an honest and reasonable belief that they were in imminent danger of death or great bodily injury. Correspondent Brynn Gingras says investigators referenced footage from police body cameras text messages detailing a fight between Clark and his fiancee days earlier and detail the drugs that were in Clark system at the time. He was

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"fon" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on KOMO

"Milk. So make sure I got stocked up on everything that I might need to go. Get Zan fon coming. People facing eviction are bringing their tears in their fears to the state capital pleading for help key lawmakers are calling for immediate action. Komo's Keith Eldridge says among those leading the charge or the people evicted from Tacoma's Tiki apartments who have new found strength. I am in the best place right now. I could not be happier. Sarah, how is taking that happiness and trying to bring a smile to renew friend. Chris her was facing eviction from her to come apart at the end of the month. They never gave me any kind of just cause or good reason. Nothing I don't know how they can do that. And I don't know how they can do that at the capital with other tenants rights advocates to change the laws capitalizing on their newfound influence after getting the same treatment. This has been quite a journey for these people going all the way back to nearly a year ago when they were all facing eviction from Tacoma's Tiki apartments. But it was a legally evictions. They took their cause to city hall and got the local law change to give more notice. Now state legislators wanna help that's why we've introduced legislation to protect the people of Washington from today's archaic and sometimes cool addiction process along with a Bill that would force landlords to give just 'cause there's a Bill to extend it twenty one days to pay rent instead of just three a Bill to give one hundred twenty days notice if there's going to be a renovation or demolition at a Bill that a judge could be brought in for a view in any case, some landlords have testified that these bills make it hard to get rid of troublesome tenants other landlords say that's not the case, you can still rent you can still renovate you can still do all those things while they're asking for is that when you do Vic somebody who victim for a reason these laws may be too late for Chris her who hasn't found an affordable place. My thought is I may have to just put everything I own into storage and move into my car. At the end of the Mark it Olympic, Keith Eldridge. Komo news. We've reached out to Chris hers landlord for comment and have not heard back.

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"fon" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on KOMO

"Different local fire departments and tackling that tough assignment. In california. Firefighters BB of northbound is on the move off the water. He's one of one hundred and six firefighters. The department of natural resources is sending to battle the raging. Fires in California. They're being rerouted to chino originally. They were headed to fight the deadly campfire new Chica new for me with the urban interface being downright sad to say outside LA. Structures involved we trained to do. And that's what we do know. All summer. So it is kind of a weird fire November. But. We're ready for crews will face extreme fire conditions. The many firefighters say they've never seen in their life dry. Rugged hilly terrain wild unruly wins. Fierce fast moving flames terrain. They're not used to fire behavior. They're not used to. And so we believe they are well trained to do this. Several DNR firefighters have battled massive fires in California before just thinking about staying on her toes sticking to the basics knowing what's going on different. But keep our heads on these guys know, this is going to be a tough assignment, it's going to be a long assignment. And they know they're going to be gone at least to thanksgiving. Komo's Suzanne fon if you love veterans Auburn was a place to be if you love a parade. Auburn held a doozy. Yup. Looks.

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"fon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Actress fon Bing Bing back in the public eye with tax evasion. Charges after mysteriously disappearing three months ago. CBS news correspondent Vladimir duty as has more. She's a fixture on the red carpet. The face of many international luxury brands. And one of China's most recognizable and highest paid actresses. And three months ago. She simply disappear. But on Wednesday. China's official news agency announced that thirty seven year old fun being being had been charged with tax evasion and has been ordered to pay nearly one hundred thirty million dollars in overdue taxes and fines in her first. Social media posted nearly four months. Font apologized to the public writing I feel ashamed and guilty for what I have done adding she would quote, try my best to overcome all difficulties and raise funds to pay back taxes and fines, it sent shockwaves through China when she disappeared. Robert Kane is a producer who writes about China's film industry. The government is sending a very strong message to everyone that no one is above this. We didn't deal with celebrities before we've never taken them into custody like this. But now, you know, the rules are different. And so watch out some Chinese actors may have what are called yin Yang contracts for each film where one contract shows that actors real earnings while another contract list, a lower figure that lower figure is then reported the tax officials allowing the. Actor to evade taxes. Last year Forbes reported fon was worth an estimated forty three million dollars in two thousand sixteen. She ranked as the fifth highest paid actress in the world right behind Jennifer Aniston. This summer. China's government imposed a cap on actress pay at seventy percent of the total pay to all the actors in a film. What how celebrities like Jackie Chan and film studios are required by the Chinese government to promote core socialist values. Despite funds, well, documented charity work. Cain says it's unclear whether the actress will bounce back that may well be that her career is over as an international star. But it's hard to say sometimes people just disappear for good and China bad CBS's Vladimir duty reporting following a meeting with Kim Jong UN secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the North Korean leader is willing to have international inspectors. Visit the country's main nuclear test site Pompeo says the details of this and a second summit between Kim and President Trump are now being worked out Pompeo is now in Beijing amid tensions between the US and China over trade and allegations of election interference secretary Pompeo says it's now up to President Trump and chairman Kim to decide how to proceed on offering the other side what they want truly. It's only the two leaders of these two countries who can determine how this relationship will develop. And if President Trump's. Recent comments at a rally in West Virginia, or any example, their relationship at this stage seems very positive as well about CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett Saudi Arabian officials deny allegations that Saudi journalist was murdered at the country's consulate in Istanbul. Turkey Shimao has Shoji contributed to the Washington Post had been living in the US for the last year, but has been missing since Tuesday when he went into the consulate BBC news correspondent Mark Lowen reports. Turkish authorities have said that Jamal has shonky was killed off to entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last Tuesday, where he was trying to obtain documents forthcoming marriage to his Turkish fiance. They believe that this was a premeditated murder the tax authorities not saying how they believe he was killed or what happens to the body. But that they believe it was removed from the consulate shortly afterwards Jamal has Shoghi is a high profile critic of Saudi Arabia's crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman. He has more than one point six million Twitter followers. Man has written for the Washington Post opinion section. Spacex had another successful launch on Sunday from Vandenberg Air Force base in California, KCBS TV's, Jeff and win was among the spectators space x is Dunkin rocket blasted off from Vandenberg Air Force base. You can hear the story enthusiasm of kids in Ventura watching as a pair of expanding contrails created what looks like a giant jellyfish in the heavens, Frankie and Austin Padre drove to seaward beach from Malibu. So there are two year old Carolyn could experience this as we just wanted to see something big and bold in and special special because the rocket is delivering an Argentine satellite into space and in another first the first stage booster also landed at the launch site. WWE news time is two fifty five will take a look at your money at the Bloomberg business desk in fifteen seconds..

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"fon" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"A fon farewell to Mike Parker. Is he heads back with the team? And you think about. Just the the emotional roller coaster that took place there that was a long game. I'll tell you what. The first possession by Nevada. It looked like. Oh my goodness. I mean, this that does not look good. But then the first possession by Oregon state. Wow. That was nice and then the next possession by Nevada. And then the beavers turn it over and by mid by ten minutes left in the second quarter on a you had a feeling of almost despair about when Vada the football and Oregon state was on defense. It just did not look like Oregon state had a chance to slow Nevada and in the offense actually stalled a little bit. But by the end of the half when it was thirty to twenty one at least there was a glimmer of hope hope respect because we had talked even earlier about maybe if you get it to thirty two fourteen maybe thirty to seventeen at least when you get the ball first in the second half, you can close it to one possession. The idea, you know, the the plan you have to. To win the game term, but the beavers close to two thirty to twenty one. Then there was a disappointing half a football the third quarter defensively. Awesome. But the offense sputtered it wasn't until the last play of the third quarter. Where is E just got loose for fifty one yards where he said, okay? Alright maybe we can punch it in here and close it to one possession. And that's exactly what happened and then as the fourth quarter, I almost put the beavers up for dead on two different cages one. When they threw the interception. Loot through the interception when the beavers needed at least a field goal at thirty to twenty one right for the third turnover. The second interception. I intersection but down near the goal line. Where even if you go three and out at that point you kicked a field goal, theoretically and close it to one possession. Instead an interception. And then when Jordan care missed the forty eight yard field goal. I thought that was kind of it because they'll thirty seven twenty. Eight thirty still two possessions. And now, you're at five five and a half six minute, Mark. But that's when Oregon state got the big turnover with Parton and now now you got to lift your backup. And and after the interception. I think the beavers ran three or four plays later. Just just very quick very quickly with an Isaiah Smalls play. And then a Jefferson touchdown now. It's one possession. You get the stop. You. Get the ball back. You get the fourth down conversions two of them. I mean, just a huge range of emotion, and I can understand if if the coaches at the players are emotional about just about the whole thing because really you put yourself in a in a real good position to win the game. And as a coach and as a teacher, the heaviest heart the weight on the shoulders is on number forty six right now. Jordan shuqair. Yeah. So you have to deal with a young man who devastated tonight, right and everybody has to wear it. I mean, it's a team came came loss. And and that's that's what's tough about it. It's the team sports. So I to hear what Jonathan as to say. Oh, well, that's what I wanna do. I wanted to go right down to the locker room now and get his comments when he walked out. You could tell me he was little teary eyed with his message, and I asked him what his message to the team was at the end of the interview. But let's go back. You know, I it's it's always tough to talk to anyone right after you're just heading toward ecstasy and he end up with a huge disappointment. But here's our interview with John. Smith..

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"fon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on KTRH

"David Elza fon is with us. The son of the late Dr Frederick l. Zafaran who cracked gravity, control technology so take us back to the the time that your father demonstrated. An object losing mass under laboratory conditions this is a. Demonstration of anti gravity right and before I even. Get, stirred in the let. Me say, that the beauty. Of this experiment was that it can be replicated and it can be replicated probably by. Many hundreds of. People within the range of my voice. Right now because the technology is, not much more complicated. Than a microwave oven, and there was a great deal of interest. When I, spoke about, it at the. Energy, science and technology conference in Hayden Idaho on July eighth Among the electrical engineers there because they recognized all of the components that I. Was talking about and I imagine some, of? Them have run back home to build this in their garage it's quite possible and that was my objective from the beginning because having given up on academic science I don't even want to get started on that right now but having given up on academic science and having been pretty much cold-shouldered by, the major space exploration agencies civilian agencies I decided to just to give it away to anybody who was care to listen, to the message now Pardon me Why do I say the the that the technology's. Very, simple well it's based on It's based, on analogy to cryogenics and instead of. Operating on molecules to stop them from moving which is the definition of. Cryogenic freezing you just take all of the energy out of the random molecular motion the, technology takes all of the energy out of the random subatomic processes known to exist but to, find for filters to see exactly and the because of my. Fathers theory of gravitation he expected, this to show a loss in the gravitational field, now without without understanding the theory it's a little difficult to understand why this worked but it did work soon as he threw the switch, in a laboratory in the basement of a well known university in the Pacific northwest and I'm going to be coy about the name because who knows maybe somebody who was working with is still working at that university and I, could land them in hot. Water, by talking about But what what, year was this David what year nineteen. Ninety four ninety four all right and this this your father's approach to. Anti gravity is not similar to for example towns and Brown on Nicola tesla where they're, creating a an ion wind correct this is entirely different well it's completely different though I just, want to say about I know that I'm speaking to an. Audience that includes many people who, believe t Townsend Brown had an anti gravity technology, or the tesla did or that any number of other names have already done this but they didn't have the unified field theory that my, father had and that and able to target anti gravity very exactly and to do it with very a very low energy process it's entirely possible that the that the people listening to me now Who believe, that t Townsend Brown was successful are correct maybe he did it maybe. It was more than an ion wind but if he was successful He might not have had the. Right explanation because apparently required very high voltages and exotic, equipment and I'm telling you that a good electrical, engineer could build us in his garage. Virtually I haven't, done it because I don't have the wherewithal and I don't have. The training and electrical. Engineering but essentially the process works like this, it's called dynamic nuclear orientation A a constant magnetic field, and you subject the atoms of a very pure aluminum sample to this magnetic field and. This causes the electrons that surround each of the atoms, to process in line with the magnetic field and, the new blast those electrons from the. Side with a, microwave pulse A certain frequency and this causes them to process so violently that they flip over and by conservation of angular momentum and I'm talking about the magnetic moment that is. The by the very closeness of the electrons to. The nuclei of the aluminum atoms it causes the nuclei to flip. Over now because of.

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"fon" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

#Viral with Natalie Alzate

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

"I recall you mentioning at brand cast. I was watching creators like Michelle fon duly candy, but where are the people who look like me? So tell me why that's important to you. Representations. I think matters more than people realize like a lot of times, you know, people don't like when I have the conversations that I do about beauty because I think for them, they think it's just about foundation. They think it's just about lipstick and like, I have to understand. I have to explain to people, but it's not though like when I was younger, I felt like I only saw and I'm not speaking for everyone, but I felt like I only saw. Images of women who look like me that were like ratchet ghetto over the top, not positive, not too. And I like black women are so many different facets. I mean, every woman is every facet. So it upset me that it's like, well, where's the girl next door that I can relate to? Where's the girl who acted quickly excels? Where's the girl? Who likes to have a fulltime job, but get Gygi on the weekends. You know, like it was like, I wanna see more images of black women and not just the ones that are like going through the struggle. We're like doing crazy stuff and not to say that there's anything wrong with being ratchet at all my sand. We all low ratchets. That's true. But you know, it was like, I just felt like I wasn't seeing enough positive images of people who look like me. So when it relates back to YouTube, it was kind of the same thing. It was like you to business search engine. So if you're not actively seeing or watching people who look like you, then it's not gonna show you more people who look like you. So at the time were all the top creators looking like it was. It was. At that time, it was like white women. It was Asian women..

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"fon" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on KNSS

"Scientific breakthroughs in improving life on our planet again lights improving life on our planet may not necessarily be within the mission statement of the department of defense their mission is to protect this country from potential threats and last but not least educate the public on ufo phenomenon is potential impact on society i mean these are huge mission goals and only a civilian organization like move on i think is in the position to even to even begin to look at at doing something like this so i think between our company tsa and working with with folks like chanted mu fon that's really where where we're going to get bang for buck because the government's job is very specific particularly the department of defense it is not going to do a lot of those things that organizations like move on a tsa or trying to do we are we are a driver for change you know we we we serve as an interlocutor research organization but ultimately we are we are changing the conversation in a way that helps us as humanity hopefully but get a better understanding of what these things are and i would say i would say to you let the department of defense do what the department of defense does best and protect this country and then let organizations like move on t tsa do what they do best and that is to engage the public and and and get the conversation going and and you know ask ask some of the hard questions let's say let's just speculate congress authorizes some kind of a program there's an aspect to it that's classified obviously given the sensitivity of the information and these encounters could there be a public information role for say t tsa or move on jan does move on have a seat at the table already well not per se but i mean i i feel like i can pick up the phone and call louis any time or any of the other members of the tsa and and ask for their help i agree with what we've got common missions they've got the wherewithal and the funding.

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"fon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Phenomenon with an eye toward scientific breakthroughs in improving life on our planet again lights pretty life on our planet may not necessarily be within the mission statement of the department of defense their mission is to protect this country from potential threats and last but not least educate the public on ufo phenomenon is potential impact on society i mean these are huge mission goals and only a civilian organization like move on i think is in the position even to even begin to look at at doing something like this so i think between our company tsa and working with with folks like chanted mu fon that's really where where we're going to get bang for a buck because the government's job is very specific particularly the department of defense it is not going to do a lot of those things that organization like move on not tsa or trying to do we are we are a driver for change you know we we we serve as an interlocutor research organization but ultimately we are we are changing the conversation in a way that helps us as humanity hopefully get a better understanding of what these things are and i would say i would say to you let the department of defense do what the department of defense does best protect this country and then let organizations like move on and tsa do what they do best and that is to engage the public and and get the conversation going and and you know ask ask some of the questions let's say let's just speculate congress authorizes some kind of a program there's an aspect to it that's classified obviously given the sensitivity of the information and these encounters could there be a public information role for say tsa or move on jan does move on have a seat at the tsa table already well not per se but i mean i i feel like i can pick up the phone and call louis any time or any of the other members of the say and and ask for their help i i agree with what we've got common missions they've got the wherewithal and the funding to do some very significant things from a scientific standpoint we're nonprofit and rely solely on the generosity of the public through memberships and donations to even exist but but we try to do our best to get the information out to the public that gets reported to us and to synthesize it in fact we'll be announcing a cases of interest book this year the first of its kind for all of our cases in two thousand seventeen the six thousand have come into us we're window that down to two hundred forty cases we think are the most important and we're going to publish that in a in a book here to be released setter symposium in two weeks eric davis and hal put off both bend my guests on this program both have talked about meta materials unusual materials engineered in a way that resume ably we can't do it maybe created in zero gravity where we don't have any factories that were obtained in in various ways you and i have had this conversation before about whether or not meta materials are in the possession of the government whether they this is what how has been talking about analyzing whether this material came from somewhere else is it hard physical proof of some other intelligence at came from somewhere else it's not something that we made can you address that yes and let me let me see if i can if i can add some clarity to this because everybody keeps wondering just what what the hell do we mean by meta material and a meta material is actually a fairly generic term for basically something that has properties not found naturally here on earth okay so that means i e it's engineered and it has very unique properties usually for a very specific purpose so in this particular case when you were when you were let's say you hypothetically collect some material there's three types of three phases three levels of analysis that you want to do so the.

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"fon" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Richard south few minutes remain with don don dairy phd again the author of ufo's et's and alien abductions and a featured speaker at move fons twenty eighteen symposium and that's happening in philadelphia twenty seven to the twenty ninth before the break i was asking you where you fall on the the whole question of the sort of the intention of of extraterrestrials what do they want so how do we wrap our heads around the fact that there are those who have very positive experiences after an abduction they they see you know that they get the big screen treatment where there's shown earth's future and environmental degradation and so forth which is always struck me as kind of a very new agey kind of an experience but i mean are they suffering stockholm syndrome or what's going on there or other types of et's that's the question i can't answer i don't know here's my take on it they may again i'm well aware of the of the account that you just recited people being shown needs panoramas earth in distress so forth and so on as basically admonition to go home and behavioral health which is fine if there are wellintentioned et is doing that that's very nice on the other hand there are e issues who take as much advantage of us as we take of the four footed critters whom we consider we have domination over on their third and the example i use my book is buried we're interested in what's going on in the bear world we fly helicopter over some bear shoot a dart into it when the bear dropped over in in a faint we go down and test it put a trip hundred skin pick it up maybe they take it back to a lab before it wakes up the probe and push around bring the bareback the woods let it out and the bear wakes up scratches his head in puzzlement wonder where it's been and goes about its business a lot of us who were abducted had the same experience and by the way as you also i'm sure knew many families report cereal production so it's obvious that is interested in over a generational basis now i don't know it's just that if i were there i wouldn't wanna be fish around by people and if i'm a person i don't want myself or my friends or family or community of six billion other humans to be pushed around by the i would rather be unafraid of equality problems we're not technically and that makes the whole thing a little bit how can i put a tent but in this scenario with the bear that you decided obviously we have an interest or desire to help preserve the habitat for the bear to make sure the bears are healthy so although it may be a heavy handed way obviously we can communicate with the bears so he might not be as sort of a similar scenario with extraterrestrials they don't see as as advanced enough in order to communicate but yet they still have our best interests at heart maybe you're right on the other hand we also issue licenses to people with the thirty thirty s to shoot there so we put it this way with less respect than we treat ourselves and i'm a little concerned that we're in the same position visavis et's as bears are sick too i can't all i have is the evidence to be some people come back with visions of how the earth did the improved from an objection very good other people come back with pregnancy and give birth to hybrid on et spaceship and the hybrid then integrate into human society with one advantage their telepathic and this gives them a power that most of us don't have the each other so there are all sorts of possible implications to this interaction i just don't consider it obviously friendly on the surface i don't know i put the problem into perspective that we put our dominion over this planet in and i see that we're being treated as an inferior species by one technologically advanced and i don't know what we can do about it but i don't like it but it platelets and i don't think it's necessarily good for the human human rate well your your colleague dr jacob certainly is concerned my sense from and i may be wrong about this but my sense is he believes that the intention is essentially they they're trying to raise an army they're trying to a hybrid right i agree i agree with david that is strong interpretation about that you're absolutely right but he's got a lot of.

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"fon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Nam fon and our special guests for rick culpa pacific private money here was the second trivia question what crayon did creole renamed to peach in nineteen sixty two and again recoup nosy that would be flesh correct good plus gordon flash gordon that was the whole i'll watch that when he was a kid flash gordon watching it great emperor ming was the bad guy yet but it's funny how they each time it's like sometimes the russians of the bad guys like during german james bonds ones and then the nazis and back in the thirties i guess it was china back to china now who knows okay not yet a couple more questions for for rick yeah so we were talking about the pit bull conference again take away as the industry's going strong we're seeing more and more private lenders out there and at the conference also in southern california there are quite a few conventional unders there there to learn about all finance because mortgages these days are down because of rates so they're looking at different ways to to looking at different opportunities so they're looking at private lenders as maybe a source like us for refinances but a couple of questions came up one probate to we do do we do probate what are some scenarios that we commonly see absolutely do probate typically the snares one where you have a number of family members that own a property it could be a rental it could be some that they live in and the game is normally to buy out one or two of those people who now own this property and in most cases there's no down payment between the them sometimes there's emotional battles going on and the game is to step in and look at the equity but oftentimes we run it like a purchase where there's a gift of equity where you have three or four owners who are under trust hold the property or their now assigned as ownership and they simply cell to the other remaining members any down payment is ignored it's called the gift of equity gotcha your ability repaid underwrite the end borrowers we would if the intent is to occupy and it's the end borrower that's going to go in there that's who we look out we look at their ability to do so most have been nonowner rental properties and we've treated them it's kind of a gray area if you go back to purposes this is one of those deals where if it's non owner and while you may be buying out a family member which sounds consumer you're actually buying out of business partner okay it's grey area grey line our attorneys have devised that you know that could be business purpose there's no reason to look at global kind we equity decision that one yeah so it is case by case right absolutely absolutely and so i've seen a few where they're one of the siblings actually with living in the property i think and wanted to buy out the others typical and so that one would be consumer in nature right we underwrite towards the end owner yes the ones we've done where the person wanted to stay was going to be owner occupied we ran it as a bridge loan with the idea that they could refi out once we finish doing so you're underwriting for our loan and then you're underwriting for the exit corral and the exit if it's coming to us from a conventional lender then we're going to send that back to them right there were partners you always want to give them the business back and the referral partner would give you this referral rather than do the loan themselves because because they can't they can't they have no way to do it through their conventional sources crossing with properties probate issues where you have difficulty showing income we're making just a pure equity decision banks don't do that anymore private lending so interesting every scenario is different yeah we always see the the weird stuff also i'm doing the cheat sheet here looking at your form here that you can upside down to reverse mortgages explain a little bit about those and what they are how do you find him i'm not an expert in reverse mortgages but i know that you need to be.

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"fon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Ricco all right welcome to talk is jericho it's the pot of thunder and rock and roll and today it's all about ozzy man ozzy osbourne the classic album class returns with a battle over which ozzy album reigns supreme diary of madman or blizzard of oz and the panel debating the merits of each record and song includes myself of course my father bandmates rich ward frank fon billy gray and special guests the editor of metal hammer magazine and huge chris jericho fuzzy friend and fan merlin older slade algorithms molin all the late if you're from england and your name is merlin obviously that makes you like better than a night it's awesome we all huge ozzy fans and you'll find out how we all discovered ozzy in the first place here what the first time we saw him live we talk randy rhoads qatar solos how randy and ozzy changed heavy metal music and rock and general we've got tons of trivia info on the technical aspects of ozzy's recording song writing so much cool stuff it's a great conversation and debate about one of metal's biggest icons ozzy osbourne and two of metals craziest records blizzard of oz and diary of madman before we get started with the great classic album clash limited a big thank you everyone who checked up my new show on octane sirius xm octane rock of jericho debuted friday nights and if you missed the first show you can check it out again tomorrow thursday at ten pm eastern on octane i believe this channel thirty seven or something that sirius xm the rock of jacker returns on octane lots of buzz lots of good times we're doing it every month we might move to twice a month though just for you guys but every every show of a brand new a new action packed lineup featuring our hand picked heavy metal and hard rock and tonight speaking of heavy metal the home of him it'll the uk i'm in london england for the words of jericho tour it's been such a great show great time glasgow sold out tonight's go mansion.

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New York, Jimmy Nigeria and Lagos discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

New York, Jimmy Nigeria and Lagos discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The strong museums world video game hall of fame in rochester new york announced that space war from nineteen sixty one has been inducted alongside john madden football tomb raider and final fantasy seven this is the fourth group of inductees bringing the hall of fame total to twenty jimmy nigeria's leading ecommerce company announced free shipping will expand to a buddha port harford ebanon abi okuda in addition the minimum price to qualify for free shipping has been reduced from fifteen thousand naira to ten thousand naira orders placed by twelve pm we'll deliver in one business day within lagos and two to five business days in the other cities scientists from the university of marburg in germany and the university of michigan in the us have demonstrated how infrared laser pulses can shift electrons between two different states classic one zero in a thin sheet of semiconductor this could raise speeds to a million times the normal gigahertz speeds you get the process will also improve quantum computing the study lightwave valley tron ix in a mono layer of tungsten dissect died was funded by the european research council and the german research foundation sure announced that as of may i it has shut down its fono division and is no longer making record player needle cartridges mark brenner vp of global corporate and government relations at sure told the next web that revenues remained stable despite rising sales and that combined with challenges to maintaining production equipment and specialized supply chains led to the decision to shut the department down then marks oh tre fon is the leading maker of phonograph cartridges.

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"fon" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Money deals going in are legit so if you wanted avoid that you can't just put in fifty thousand dollars into the bank so let me relate that to fifty thousand dollars if you were to use that fifty thousand dollars in let's say deposited into bank then you would raise some suspicion but maybe the suspicion is why did you have fifty grand sitting around outside of a bank in why didn't you wanna put it inside a one i think that's another big question that needs to be answered here's more from scott fon can you prove that this money was yours i don't know how you i mean i'm not quite sure what you want to prove i'm not gonna unless you're what you're asking again if you were to just deposit that much money into someone's account it's going to raise some questions in it's gonna raise some like you have to fill out forms and they do background check to make sure it's legit i mean that's just the way the laws are anymore so if someone were to let's say give him cash in wired into his account in order to pay this money or if the money was already there why would you take it out to give it to them that doesn't make sense to me if someone was gandhi new cash to be the intermediate point in order to hand this money over to the mistresses ex husband and you're trying to keep it out of the banks in order not racist mission in your crossing your fingers and hoping no one finds out about it that's even more suspicious i don't know what he's saying here none of this to me makes me say this is normal i'm not hearing an explanation from him that makes me just say okay this is all a misunderstanding now the sounds like it sounds worse than it is if i could ever do again well and i know you well enough to know how important cam waxes to you and it's gotta be it's gotta be a little sad for you that this will likely be your last appearance on this station well i mean i i certainly admire you admire the station i appreciate you having me on today but there it is there it is integrity the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles the state of being whole in undivided.

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"fon" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Shit i'm not in town then fon mother's day hold on oh my god my flight leaves at three fifty in the morning so you can get here for isla because i was plays at two liberty ship the eighteenth nineteenth and twentieth and then we've got some i guess i guess i can't announce that show yet but we've got some other shows coming up stardom in birmingham on the fourteenth fifteenth and sixteenth of june chicago we are at the chicago three or me nape are ghazi salva condo in cow canadian we've also added buffalo to either thursday or friday and i didn't say this out loud because it hasn't been released yet but there's another show coming out i hope see their kid rock db comedy fest on the twenty ninth of june that show is sold out why just bragging cleveland hilarity rover's morning glory that has not been announced yet oops all right taste podcast is brought to you by blue apron i was just sitting with keith and the girl i was just sitting with keith in the kitchen and he saw blue apron getting ready to cook we have the the recipes fanned out the girls come in they picked the recipe we make them we made pizza last friday night and i gotta be honest with you i might pass on this blue apron eat the leftover pizza the leftover pizza was so much pizza sell good and it was so phenomenal it was a chicken pizza and it was amazing and that's still in our fridge we got state coming up.

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"fon" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fon" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Needed to learn spanish so she got louis fon sees brother john and he like went to her house and like tutored her in spanish the she could get it right and so when she brought that remix out that was like her you know identifying with the culture in a way with like caribbean culture latin culture but also like tying it back into the african diaspora and just seamlessly like blending in with her all the existing music that she has in her discography it was i mean there was definite mission there in part of it is kotel as sort of a white space and she made it clear that it was very aware of being the first black female headliner coachella and ain't that a bitch i think she said and but what's i think really interesting is just far of generational artistic thing is to think of what prince did when he put coachella prince prince instinct was to quote unquote like bridge the gap or whatever he was covering radiohead he was kind of trying to meet people where they were something out of course i was thinking about to what extent he was doing that to the extent he was just being prints being prints princeton came from rock as as everything else but i think there was you know he he was being an entertainer in that moment and trying to remind the kids that he was down with what they were down whereas beyond say was uncompromising and quite the opposite of compromise and she even i think mom had instagram post where her mom was like around like.

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"fon" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

#Viral with Natalie Alzate

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"fon" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

"Anything like that i don't want that to be the reason why stop i wanted to myself and i think especially on social media like giving so much of you all the time can be so draining but it's worth it so that's why i want you know yeah yeah i mean i feel like we've seen it first hand with a lot of creators like michelle fon like she publicly came out and said hey this was really a lot i i felt very fortunate because i didn't grow so fast that i am a part of that second wave of youtubers okay so i feel like we got a really learn from that first generation of things we can do things we could be aware of and bernau is at number one thing that's scary because yeah love it and you don't ever want to stop loving what you're doing but i think being around people who really support you in every way possible to the best thing for that i've never heard analogy like the first wave of youtube and the second ways of you to tell me like how you fit into the second wave of you too so i feel as though around that time a lot of people were just doing starting stop for like shooting on a tripod by themselves and i feel like that second wave there was a lot more bureau a lot more production going on and i don't know i think that's also kind of when i found a lot of my friends too and we found like oh like we have a group and this is amazing you know we can support each other different john came up my channel i guess also changed on that time because before it was very super super beauty and then it kinda change into lifestyle so around that time i would say it was just kind of a different wave of my content changed drastically i say secondly but you know it's interesting you like well when i remember because i've been watching you for like let's be real like i'm an og fan and you know you have like your you had your group of core people that you guys would always collaborate with each other up and i love that but recently i've been noticing that you've really been trying to collaborate with different types of people.

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"fon" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"fon" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"That be able to become citizens and as soon as they become citizens they can immediately sponsor their parents who are the ones who brought them to this country illegally and more than likely have also been living here legally all that time um it's true that the dreamers themselves did not make the choice to come here illegally but they will be able to buy if they get out amnesty and permanent residents they will be able to sponsored their parents you are the ones who who did bring them here all right that is a very important point to remember because it's not just the dreamers that we're really talking about in a larger sense we're talking about these addendum people including their illegal parents who have also been here all this time all right the average immigrant fon surged more than three other relative to come here if we are giving amnesties buffet 700000 people who are dreamers it it's important to remember that the actual that will result in probably at least two times that number probably threetime cut number of new immigrants ultimately coming to the united states you have a number or a is so you're saying seven hundred thousand times three or four is that what yeah i i think it's yeah i think it's likely to be at least two million people mum arising from the original 700000 as a result of the dreamers component in this whole argument white of course if congress does have bigger dream amnesty that people some members of congress have been talking about it would be even larger but yeah there's a multiplier effect all right so i now president trump i i hear him kind of talk out of both sides of its mouth on the campaign trail one of the things that that won him the presidency clearly was the immigration issue and he broke it all down and he beat his sixteen other rivals for the nomination and then he eventually won the one the white house but now it seems like he's softening on the dreamers and based on this past week what we saw in uh in.

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