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What next-gen consoles really mean for audio

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

04:11 min | 2 weeks ago

What next-gen consoles really mean for audio

"Up on it moving on from there. Let's discuss three d audio for second is covered this. I'll probably do a video but dax on the ps five and on the xbox they do work it's crazy. They worked very well. They're very loud dax or again digital analog converters they take a digital signal from your usb that's pipe from the console into this chip and the chip then translates it into something you can plug your headphones into some better. Some are worse. The nice thing about bow systems is they work overall. They seem to pump out the right amount of volume which was an issue with the past consoles in particularly the ps four. I was also question. Does three d audio play through those as well as the tempest. Three d audio engine. Play through your deck and give you those upgrades it absolutely does. Let's talk about three d audio just for a second three d audio slightly weird on both systems on the xbox they do have a hardware chip for three d audio. It's very very impressive chip. But they didn't name and didn't bring it forth as something to really discuss where sony called. There's the tempest in gems and it is very powerful additionally you also have software kinds of systems. Dt s. you've got at most different support for those as well and what these do what they're supposed to do is not only help you with your normal stereo separation and you're channeling but with atmos in particular and others that are full three d. It's supposed to make you feel like the audio is coming from very different points in the game world and not just discreet left indiscreet right or somewhat muddy left in somewhat muddy. Right now the past systems did have some support. Like i said for. Disd ex As well as at most on the xbox on the ps five. You can't get this through. Hdmi be aware that the only way to get the three d audio effect that they're going for is through. The headset plugged into the controller. Or a deck. Why bring it. We'll because it's not the greatest right now spiderman has some okay three audio but the best one is probably call of duty when i was playing call of duty with the three audio both on the xbox and on the ps five which i gotta admit were about identical in their quality. I didn't really actually feel like the. Ps five was much better. In fact. I've talked to multiple people who play both and i don't think anybody does the for example in the second part of the first level. There's a helicopter that flies over your head. And if you have all the three d audio setting set on if you have a nice stereo system or headphones for the xbox or if you have your headphones or adapt for the ps five. It really does sound like that helicopters above your head. There's some really nice of the three and some effects which i'll start covering more reviews but as it stands right now. The big question is is the three d audio a feature that you're missing or a feature that they missed and i would personally say at this time. It is a feature that they have missed. We have not seen a jump in the three d audio really paying off yet. I'm sure we absolutely will. As these companies come more to grips with what's going on and everybody sort of gets out of that emergency panic mode which we see right now. Where a lot of these companies are just trying to get their games out there so that people can play them. I'm a big fan of three the audio. I think it's great. I have the three d. pulse from sony. Which by the way. A lot of people were assuming. That was a special headset. You need for the sony playstation five. You don't you do not need that headset. that's a normal headset. there's not anything like magically special. That's a branded sony headset. That they've made some adjustments to nevertheless a normal headset will work as long as it's not super high power requirements is long as you plug it into the controller or the dak. You will get those. And i think you should try it. You should definitely play with those and adjust them with the xbox again h just works looking at and sort of stepping away and looking at three d audio. there's an excellent gamasutra and g. d. c. video on on youtube game developer conference where you can read about gears of war and the three d audio there. If you want to really hear how three d audio is done well in a game go check that video out. It is a longer video. It's like forty to fifty minutes. But they cover everything from clues in sound reverberates bouncing different layers discreet abilities for particular surfaces to eat up sound phenomenal job in that video. You should definitely check it out gears of war.

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Incident: Wings AT72 at Ambon on Jul 3rd 2020, Failure of All Instruments

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

07:27 min | 2 months ago

Incident: Wings AT72 at Ambon on Jul 3rd 2020, Failure of All Instruments

"A. Wings Eighteen, seventy, two or eighteen, seventy, two dash. Two, one to. At Ambon, which is in Indonesia was flying from Ambon to Babbo with forty nine passengers and three crew D my Indonesia accent. Yeah. I think you make an APP. I am was in the initial climb out of Ambon Putnam, Laura Airport's runway to just when just after becoming airborne all display units, standby instruments, communication and multifunction control display unit failed. All of it. The landing gear lever not good. No landing gear lever could not be retracted. Climbing through about two thousand feet the display units one and three partially recovered showing speed and altitude indications again, and about three thousand feet communication and remaining displaying its intermittently recovered and the landing gear retracted. They put their landing gear lever up and then finally goes. Okay. Yeah. Sure. You're up. You sure. It wasn't doing a Microsoft update or something might have been. So. I'm thinking. If this were instrument meteorological conditions. I believe we will be reading about the accident and terrible tragic crash of this flight however could easily be yeah without any insurance when you're going to do not ways up, right. Thankfully the weather was not quite as bad. I mean it wasn't perfect, but it wasn't IMC apparently. and they were able to maintain. Reference to the. Queues outside to keep the airplane flying straight and level and climbing all stuff aircraft stop the climate four thousand feet position for return to runway for about thirty minutes after departure but went around and enter to hold at seven thousand feet. The aircraft subsequently landed back on runway four, one hour fifty minutes past. Departure. In Asia Cayenne KT which I guess is there investigatory agency rated the occurrence a serious incident? Yeah. Open an investigation. There were no injuries and the aircraft sustained minor damage doesn't really say. How I can recall. Let's see. Then they go into a little bit more detailed by the way this is from the aviation. Excuse me. Aviation Herald. Let's see the weather during the situation was raining and the ground visibility was six kilometers. So you know wasn't. Great with not great. Let's see the. Starting process of the engines was normal when the aircraft taxied in lined up for runway to to. The aircraft took off and after airborne, the pilot verified the idol gate lever engaged I don't know what that is something to do with props. I guess suddenly all five display units and the integrated electronic standby instrument i. e s I went blank and the VHF radios burr off. the pilot glance to the overhead panel several lights eliminated. Consisting of the shed light on the D. C. Service utility busts, the available light on the external power push buttons. That problem they. Hit a great big generated. Along. With the we're just getting of course Pack lavatory detection engine boost. Hey we have a lavatory, we detected there. during the Situa- we just talked about that the pilot did not have flight instruments as reference for flight therefore, the pilot flew visually. about one minute. So everything came back and let's see why is it that they ended up holding for a while they run some checklist or something that the deal oh, I think he was waiting for the weather to improve. A bit before they came in for their landing. Yeah. Sensible. Relying, his attitude indicators. And other instruments. Yeah. Urinate Visual Reference Yeah. That was smart. So you know you'd think that was this the airplane that was kind of Pretty new or was that another one lows? Let's see Oh. August fourth twenty seventeen. Yeah. So it's Relatively, new airplane Not, sure. Exactly. What happened there some kind of electrical. Weirdness apparently yeah. I mean a supply problem but the thing that really concerns me as if you get a supply problem to you main instrument panels. Avis or whatever type of aircraft urine you would expect perhaps to lose some. But the one thing that should you should always bail rely on is you standby instruments they should be from a completely separate power sauce. Often. Just connected almost directly to the battery so that regardless of what else you've lost, you've got something to go on to help fly the airplane. the fact that he lost his signed by insurance as well. makes me seriously concerned about the architecture, the electrical system of of this aircraft. If, they find a full of manages to take out. So many buzzes by all buses that they also lose their same standby instruments that for me is a major concern. Yeah. I'm wondering if if that was something about the way, the electrical system was designed and manufactured or maybe. There was some kind of maintenance done to the airplane and they didn't connect all the bits and bobs correctly. I don't know I saw. The aircraft should be so capable on the ground before they get on something incorrect deep rooted of self diagnosing electrical problem If they wouldn't have got to have on, they had known that they had a major potential right room with their instruments. Sure. So this is just It happens. On a bus of had some problems in the pasta with unexpected glitches which have taken out all the display units but never have I heard of an Airbus having a problem with standby simultaneously that that is just nine national that is not supposed to happen. Ever. But did apparently in this case, and thankfully, the weather was good enough for them to maintain control their come. We had some pundits who had enough skill to bail to continue to fly the airplane the even relatively poor visibility with. Right around which meant horizon, the visual horizon would have been indistinct. They managed to interpret what was happening to the aircraft in their Themselves and not get fooled and not getting a situation where they lost control. So fantastic

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Leonard, Clippers beat Nuggets 96-85, take 3-1 series lead

Boomer & Gio

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Leonard, Clippers beat Nuggets 96-85, take 3-1 series lead

"Raptors beat the Celtics and double overtime one, twenty, five, one, twenty, two series, even three and three eight guys over fifty minutes in that game four for each team and the heart of a championship. Championship team showed itself last night without Kawhi Leonard Kyle Lowry at Thirty Three Hawaii thirty eleven nine assists four steals clippers beat the nuggets ninety, six, eighty, five they're up three games to one there. You got game four Lakers rockettes tonight

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Trump demands reporter takes off his mask at press conference

Erin Burnett OutFront

05:47 min | 3 months ago

Trump demands reporter takes off his mask at press conference

"Take it off the president of the United States telling a reported to take off his mask to ask a question. Then moments later applauding another reporter for not wearing one those exchanges part of a rambling nearly fifty minute press conference a press conference that was really more political rally a political rally in disguise or maybe not. so much of a disguise filled with wildly inaccurate statements including this one about the handling of the pandemic. We are. An absolute leader in every way. An absolute leader in every way, and that follows the president's tweets this morning which he claimed he's getting. Very high marks and our handling of the corona virus especially compared to other countries and areas of the world. Now compared to other countries, the US is leading in overall cases when it comes to getting the virus under control though when it comes to having a plan, not leading the president continues to focus on a vaccine one that isn't approved or even available. We're going to have a vaccine very soon. Maybe even before a very special date data, I'm talking about. Well we know what that date is. It's the election day and yes, everyone wants a vaccine but we're waiting on that we know what works masks and the president really still not advocating it. That's not an absolute leader. The country again is at a crossroads there's an opportunity here for the president he can lead he can put forth a plan to slow down the spread of the virus. And most importantly, he can follow that plan himself or he can continue to undermine the nation's top experts like he did today when he disparaged once again, one of the only tools that has been proven to stop the spread of the virus mask. It's something that could also save as many as one hundred, twenty, two, thousand lives by the end of this year according to one influential model. The president. The issue of what happened when you were. Cleaning you're going to have to take that office. You can take it off your your health feel your wed.. Well if you don't take it off year. Old So. If you would take it off, would be a lot easier. A lot lot better. It's better. Better. The president. As you see, they're trying really hard to get Jeff Mason to take off his mask. I'm going to speak with him in just a moment moments later though the president was praising another journalists for not wearing a mask. Space on some of your tweets Do you you sound so clear? As opposed to everybody else where they refuse. Jeff Mason Reuters, White House correspondent is out front Jeff. This of course is not the first time that the president has tried to get you to take your mask off during a press conference. Of course, just on Friday, he was telling all of us to wear masks over the holiday weekend. When he's asking you to take that mask off. Do you think it was really that he just couldn't hear you couldn't understand you or was there a different purpose there? It's a good question. I think he probably does have a little bit of trouble hearing and I think having had a microphone there. If the White House had set, one up might have helped but I my solution was just to speak a little bit louder. And I think that that took care of it. In that case, the fact that he ended up raising another colleague later, who didn't have a mask on though does go to the mixed messaging that this president has employed on masks throughout the pandemic he did start to embrace them more in the last month or two wearing one for the first time in public when he went to. A military hospital but certainly for the first several months of the pandemic that was not a standard for this president and as you noted in your introduction. It is very clear. The science is very clear now that wearing masks and have a a huge impact. Yeah it certainly is I was really struck today in watching this press conference. The president really seemed to be using this time to air variety of grievances and what's fascinating too is that this was happening, of course at the White House and yet there were a number of moments that felt like that airing of grievances was really more of a campaign rally. Yeah. I mean the the president didn't have any other events today for Labor Day while his opponent was out campaigning although he does have a robust campaign travel schedule coming up. So it's not that the president is planning to stay home but he did today and he used the backdrop of the white. House. As the setting for news conference in which as you say, he went off on on many different topics criticizing very sharply vice, President Joe, Biden, and Senator Comma Harris for their basically. Criticism of him on the vaccine and also taking off a number of other grievances with regard to the economy to Russia and to the Atlantic reporting about his alleged comments about US war dead is it your sense and even from your sources at the White House that we will be seeing more of this briefing miserable takes you back to the coronavirus briefings right? which eventually stopped as we know because of some of the statements that the president made but are we going to see more of these? Briefings that are really just a a rally in disguise well, those those corona virus briefing stopped and then they did restart again shorter versions in the White House press room This was not that particular model today since he was outside and it was not. One of the shorter briefings. But yeah, I think on the days that he does not campaign or isn't out traveling for the campaign he still wants to get his message across and he has used the White House and use the podium beat in the briefing room or be it today in front of the North Puerto Rico. Puerto. Rico as a place to get that message out and he starts with several minutes of his own. Comments and then take some questions and that's what he did today. To, get back to your question. Yeah I'm sure I'm sure we'll see that again.

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A Culture of Silence

In The Thick

05:44 min | 3 months ago

A Culture of Silence

"Hey welcome to the. podcast politics, race, and culture from a multi layered POC perspective I'm money. and. Joining us from Overland Ohio professor. Jeanette. Is Cultural anthropologist author and professor of Comparative American Studies at Oberlin College Hey Gino welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me and thank you for being in Ohio. We need you and joining us from New Jersey. Also, very important state is Pam Gumbo spot mashes a veteran of foreign policy organizer and a senior political strategist. At the Working Families Party welcome. Pam. Thank you so much for inviting me. All right. So we are looking at a sad story, the story of Vanessa Gin. But we're going to put it into a larger context. Right? We hope everybody knows the story of. She's twenty year old specialist in the US Army who went missing from Fort Hood army base in Killeen Texas, which is about. Fifty minutes away from Austin. Right at the end of April. When many of us at least here in the east coast were in the throes of like pandemic insanity more than two months. Later, there was an extensive manhunt. Finally, there was a grassroots campaign led by let the women service members and veterans, and there was national each and the family was finally told that their daughters remains had been found with the backdrop of a global pandemic and you know this real. For Racial Justice long-held accusations have reemerged into the national spotlight around the military sexual violence in the military. Violence and how you protect yourself from other people who have guns and you're living on a base in the military and so many other intertwined injustices in systems that ultimately were responsible for says, disappearance and death. So Pam you've been actively involved in the campaign for justice for Vanessa is well is speaking out on these issues in fact, for years Gina You as an academic have written extensively about the military's relationships specifically with Latino and Latina communities. So gene, we're going to start with you talk about the significance of this case and what it's putting into the national spotlight from your perspective. Well, as you say, this is such a tragic set of circumstances that brings us here together but I think it's also really kind of an important opportunity to honor Vanessa's life and. Hannity, incredible activism, an extraordinary advocacy of her sisters, her younger sister Lupe and her other sister and her mother to bring this to national attention and I. Think. For me one of the things that. So extraordinary about this is that for some people, this is new that this is something that is surprising to people because I think for many people like Pam and others who are have been in the military know that issues of sexual violence and sexual harassment in the military have a long history. And Violence Against Latinos and the way that in social media and used media have framed this as femicide. We also know that this has a long history in our communities alongside history and our communities. So for me, this is a real opportunity to draw attention to things that we don't want to pay attention to enter really hold our elected officials accountable to addressing these longstanding problems that have is incredible impact. On Latina's and women's lives and on their families and communities that they have sworn to protect and that they have enlisted in the military to try to protect, and so I see this as a tragedy that is also a real opportunity. Pam Do you see it the same way tragedy? That's an opportunity from your perspective as somebody who served in the military what stands out about the importance of this case I. Will tell you. I. Organized Around Pretty Heavy topic sprayed ending wars, militarism violence holding the department, of Defense, accountable and when I heard about the disappearance, right because we can't forget that she was disappeared choose disappeared for months and I learned about it through Spanish language media and social media networks not through the English. Media networks and the sowed and devastating part is that Vanessa is one of thousands on thousands. And I think the social media explosion that happened with Vanessa that Hashtag shows you how prevalent this is what is different however, I do think that we are in a reckoning moment in this country where everyday people are no longer satisfied with hypocrisies. Yeah and what greater of hypocrisy than the daughter of an immigrant joining the military to give her life for what rate what caught my ear when I heard. Gloria. Vanessa. Ganz immigrant mother on the Spanish language news. She was very clear about what was happening. She said me e my daughter told me that she was being sexually harassed by a superior right and nothing was done. There was little to no urgency. has also done what often doesn't happen, which is she has not treated the military the Department of Defense generals she has not treated them with blind allegiance or ability. She has said I don't care that I'm a working class, Latina you're going to respect me and you're going to give me answers which is different right and I think that blind allegiance we'll get into it but blind allegiance to the. Institutions have really lead US astray and not had any accountability for

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Traveling To London

Travel with Rick Steves

03:20 min | 4 months ago

Traveling To London

"If you're planning a trip to Europe, you may have noticed that a lot of flights in the United States connect through London through. Heathrow airport, and sometimes you're left with an awfully long layover instead of wasting hours hanging out at the airport. Why not head into Lemon for the day we've invited. London guides, Steven Beck and Debra to join us and share their tips about getting into the city to make a damn it, and then getting back to the airport in time for your flight. Stephen, Deborah. Thanks for joining us here in our studio. So. Is it realistic to have a long layover? Let's see. You got a eight hour layover in Heathrow Deborah. Is it realistic to actually check your bag and go into town? Very easy. It's fifty minutes on the P- me underground. To get into central London and it's soon. You've got the the express. Heathrow express goes into. Paddington. Depending. And from there you've got the time outs, fifteen minutes, every fifteen minutes. So four times in our and you're downtown and less than half an hour. And, and when you can go into town, you can go out back the same way and just as reliable convenient. Yes. So Stephen most people would go through Heathrow, but it's also conceivable. You could land in Gatwick, London's second airport and yet because a good connection into London, a similar thing, the Gabrielle Express and that heads into Victoria in some ways if it depends where you want to be in London, but if you wanted to go to Buckingham Palace or Westminster that's even closer. So it takes thirty minutes. Okay. On the fast train and Deborah. No, we were discussing about leaving luggage. And building some time for perhaps maybe a delay. But you know an hour and a half, maybe a couple of hours. If it's got workings, if you allow that on either side and you've got eight hours. Yeah, you could afford in. London. When when you are going back to the airport as an American, especially, you should give a little extra time. I. Know The from the Airports in Europe, you have to go through security hoops to fly to the United States. Yes. Yes. You have to allow time also to get into, there's Gatwick Express but southern rail. One of the other train companies, they run a service into Victoria, which is about every thirty minutes. It's a lot cheaper than the guy he expressing takes about the same time. Okay. So there are ways to get quickly efficiently and economically into London a lot of people are stressed out by Heathrow because it is five terminals I. think generally when you go to and from the United States, use terminal five, is that right? Depending on the airline? Terminal to terminal five or. Four. Okay. So I've been trying from seminal three with virgin in Delta. Okay. If you're flying in and out of different terminals, how tough is it to connect the terminal? It's very easy. Follow the signs. It's really well signposted what about the practicality of your bags if you have a chance to check your bags through, that's the best thing. But if you're picking up your bag, is there a way to lock it up or do you check it onto the flight You can't even check on that early to a flat out. I, don't think they have those baggage storage facilities Bernardo. We're thinking about this and talk about this. Heathrow, at sint pancras up Paddington. South. At. The airport. Don't take it into town. Yes. Yes. Yes. You can pre book as well. Online. You can pre book to leave your luggage. Should save time good tip

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Improve Brain Health

The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:19 min | 5 months ago

Improve Brain Health

"I'm Mary. Mickley and I wonder how you are doing this week. I hope you are noticing. How your heart feels win, you encounter stress. When you encounter joy. When you encounter the wide range of emotions, we all experience. D Today. In today's episode, we continue with our heart rain series. Where you are discovering. How to manage the health of your heart and brain? They are so interconnected. In, fact I was doing a little research for this series and I came across an article by Harvard Health Publishing. This is an article by Dr Monique Tello. It's titled Green. Health rests on heart. Health guidelines for lifestyle changes. And she starts off the article. Talking about how? Right now the world is experiencing an epidemic. That is projected to get much much worse. When I read that I thought she was talking about the coronavirus pandemic. We are experiencing. I read further and she is actually talking about an epidemic of dementia. Of affecting fifty million people. And millions more. Of their caregivers Dr Tallow goes on to say that. These staggering numbers are projected to triple by twenty fifty. So in this pandemic. We are all experiencing. There's this epidemic of dementia which stress contributes to so what we're experiencing now. Is Not likely helping to improve our odds. To battle dementia. Dementia is a progressive heartbreaking deterioration of brain functioning. Associated with aging. And there are different causes of dementia, the most common Alzheimer's and Vascular Dementia Cz. Are, now thought to be closely related to and impacted. By this same diet and lifestyle factors that you follow for your heart. So you. Heard. Physical exercise such as hundred and fifty minutes per week is one of the number one ways to combat dementia and also to protect your heart health. Eating a plant based Diet in this article. Dr Tallow explains is crucial. She says there's so much substantial research showing that eating a diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, which includes some healthy fats and seafood is associated with a significantly lower risk of cognitive decline and dementia and also heart disease. So. Think about your diet and the amount of. You're getting. These are also great lifestyle changes. We can make to improve our odds if we happen to contract the corona virus. It's also recommended to quit smoking and to minimize alcohol. Use especially if you already experience cognitive concerns. So how is heart health related to cognitive health? It has to do. With conditions that clog the arteries of the heart. They also clog arteries of the rest of the body including your brain. So it all boils down to damage of the arteries. The blood vessels that are critical blood, flow and oxygen delivery to the organs. Reducing stress and making sure that you have positive relationships in your mind. In fact, there's other research that shows that. Your relationship are pivotal to your heart health and your brain health especially romantic relationships. If you're married or have a partner. These significant relationships in our lives impact our heart and brain health greatly. So take care. Of Your heart and your mind. By eating well, exercising by staying away from alcohol and smoking. And reducing stress and improving your relationships.

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Open, Free, and Spotify

Exponent

06:31 min | 7 months ago

Open, Free, and Spotify

"Hi James How're you much better much better we? We actually tried to buy gas couple of weeks ago and I was. I was a little busy just kind of all over the place. It's like I can't it but we're back. I like to compare it to win. You're going through your IPO. And I think we tried to podcast wants Dan and we also can't it because it just wasn't happening and life comes and goes you're busier. Us busy and I was a little busy but not market. Yeah we'll welcome back. It's good to have you back. There are a few interesting episodes last time we tried. But I'm glad to be back at regularly scheduled programing. Yes yes absolutely absolutely. It does make the question. Then why are you so busy? Yeah well it's funny because I watch the new podcast service a couple of months ago with the Czech restarted daily updates whereas basically me reading it and that was part of the date updates if you already paid for the daily update you could also get a via podcast so there was a lot of interesting technical parts to that too. You have it tied in tracking and in all the different sorts of things that went into that but it was a station to my sustained business model but it wasn't something new so what I also want to do. Experiment with what would it be like to make purely paid podcast and again part of this is I was really proud of my talk about this? And how does trajectory is? I'm proudest of course but I'm also really proud of the business model and it really makes me happy to see folks pursuing this model and going forward and companies you know like sub stack wherever might be trying to build businesses supporting people winding this. I'm all for it for support of love to see them doing that. It's kind of one of those things where I once thought I would build a company like subject and then I realized actually I'm better off focusing on Chakri billion companies really hard. It's difficult Howard stern rather than Siriusxm. Some of those lines and it was gratifying to come up with this model. And then it's Kinda cool that anyone other people will invest in these folks to do all the hard work to build it up so other people can do it. Which is totally fine by me. I want to see this model succeed. I WANNA see it out there and so I've long argued in thought you do a similar thing with podcasting is so I wanted to sort of experiment and push out here too. Not just because I think it'd be cool and maybe make a little money but just because I want to see this model independent creator model and become more things and so I sort of wanted to see what else we could do with it. Thus the new podcast dithering with our friend John Gruber and three times a week. Fifty minutes per episode. It's short google. You know exactly what you're getting which I think is real sorry. I'm kind of rambling here. But it's become the genesis of the businesses interesting but I'm super interested also in the genesis of the content side of it. There's a few things I thought about it. The actual content and the look and feel and the aesthetic of dithering is absolutely a shared project with me when I speak about the podcast itself. I'm saying my part of what is definitely a two-part relationship so I wanted to be super super clear about that. So if I say me or I than that's just because John here and I'm sorta speaking for myself but one of the things that I've thought about is what does it mean to sell content on the Internet and I wrote about a little bit this week because you're selling zero marginal cost good your so bits right. I mean literally selling email and the whole trouble that the news industry has encounter in the content injuries encountered is. It's really hard to sell something that doesn't have some sort of marginal cost attached to it. It turned out that selling a plastic disc was a lot easier than selling. Mp threes right or selling a book is easier than selling tax on a page newspaper of actual paper. It's the actual physical aspects of that and the difficulties of producing it and disturbing it and getting in front of people that was actually the foundation of all these different businesses and wants distribution became trivial. An easy it turned out that that actually was bad for business. It was good for the sort of content producer as far as reach goes but as far as actually making a living. It wasn't so great after all so one of the things that I thought about is. What am I son? The daily updates am I sign an email that never felt quite right in the whole micro transaction thing. I've always been skeptical about because it takes a lot of work to produce something in produce Oughta work. There's no guarantee is going to be a pickup and then try to sell it and I'm not sure that that's a sustainable sort of approach for publication or sort of an independent journalists. What is more attractive is people that are invested in your sort of ongoing production of content. And this idea that I'm going to do this thing. And you're GONNA pay me not necessary for the thing itself but for the ongoing production of this thing. It's like the difference between like discrete and continuous instead of paying for discrete items. You're paying for sort of continuous production and the output ends up being discreet items but those are sort of worthless artifacts worthless in terms of marginal cost perspective. That are evidence of the ongoing production. Which is what you're actually paying for. I'm not sure if that makes sense. Eight does make sense but let me grounded with another example from we've talked about. This was when you describe this model in the context of local news. You would pay someone to go. Collect the local news for you and reported but some days they might report well. There's actually no news today and you still pay them because you're paying for the piece of paper or the email you paying for the process of them to go out and do this and you need to pay them in such a way that they can reliably make a living doing it. That's exactly right. That's a perfect example like I'm paying for them to do the work to tell me that nothing is going on right like it's the effort that I actually want and I want the output from that but it's almost like if to integrate the effort with the output instead of trying to sell these discreet output items. It's all one package. You'RE PAYING FOR THE ENTIRE PACKAGE. And so you take that and you apply it to a podcast. Well what's a problem with some podcasts? I mean we worked very hard to keep our podcast to about an hour and it's kind of predictable and sometimes we go along and we feel a little sheepish about that because you want people to if they start expose know about how long it's GonNa take and say something that our Fred. John has been a little less disciplined about like fuck has to go an hour to two hours three hours or whatever which is fine it works for him but if you're purchasing something that feels overwhelming on one hand and other hand you want to get something for your purchase right and so this is one of the ways. We arrived at this idea of three fifteen minute episodes a week. It's exactly fifty minutes. Every single time is three days a week. It's very well defined exactly what you get and I think that's an important piece of this business

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The Churchill Fire

Casefile True Crime

10:05 min | 8 months ago

The Churchill Fire

"Formally known as Hazelwood Churchill was purpose built to accommodate workers involved in the construction and maintenance of the Hazelwood power station in nineteen sixty five to ten was renamed in posthumous owner of Foam British. Promised us so Winston Churchill and grew into a commuter suburb for those working in neighbouring areas. Like Hey did one. Hundred and sixty kilometers southeast of Mobin. Churchill phages a commercial centre for its several thousand locals with Wad pock land separating residential areas industrial estates dense tree plantations and national park and dig- Ridges of farmland frame the township which is home to the Seaney Colli highland and two golden tail nine locally is the beat cigar after Winston Churchill's trademark smoking habit at one thirty two PM on Sunday February. Seven two thousand nine triple zero. Emergency services received a call regarding a wildfire just sawed Churchill. The blaze was full. Columbia south east of town near the intersection of Glenn Donald Road and Jealous Outlet to unsealed stretches of winding roadway that cut through the rural outskirts. It had emerged from the bottom of a natural basin the Bennetts creek catchment which consisted of blue gum. Eucalypt and upon plantations surrounded by hazardous surface fuels such as shrubs wag grass and blackberry bushes. Three minutes after the coal a pilot flying firefighting aircraft ten kilometers from Churchill. Saw Did a column of doc smoke hundreds of feet high rausing from the fires location within ten minutes the flames troubled roughly one Columba and were in the vicinity of forests managed by Timber Company. Hancock Victorian plantations the plantations surveillance planes. Which were Riva's seeing the entirety of the latrobe valley that day would deserted to Churchill to carry out reconnaissance work despite being in its early stages. The fires behavior was noted. As extreme by the Tom. First responders arrived the blaze had spread rapidly and was burning on both sides of jealousy outlet spot. Fires Begin igniting a rounded straining resources and impacting efforts to tackle the central inferno directly requests? Were made for more tankers and dare support however de intense hate was causing water to evaporate before it even hit the ground. The focus then shifted to warning surrounding communities of the urgent threat. Road blocks were established. Durant the file as emergency services personnel visited nearby residences to raise the alarm but two pm the fire had been raging for those often Allah and remained out of control despite the arrival of additional firefighting crews. It continued to move in southeasterly direction through the Broad Valley of benefits. Craig ECRU observed the fire cresting to reach along. Jira lying North Road and by the fifty minute mark. It had traveled about seven kilometers. More spot. Fires were reported and by three PM. The blaze had burned through a plan plantation and to damage the communications our efforts to protect assets continued as emergency relief centres were established in nearby townships at three twenty pm. The fire had destroyed. Its first time. Stead at the intersection of Thomson and to Jira Lying. North roads but five fifteen pm it was approaching the slopes of men tasr e ten kilometers juice out east of Churchill and spotting to the mountains east side as emergency crews tackled they surrounding spot fires. The apex of being funar raged on woods. Elliott that day a strategy is bureau of Meteorology had predicted a severe wind. Change that would hit land between six and eight. Pm shortly before. Four o'clock there. Prediction was amended to the window of five thirty and seven. Pm The planning officer responsible for the Churchill Fire Unaware of the amendment told the Incident Management Team to expect at the midpoint of seven when they change arrived and now earlier than anticipated at sent seventy kilometer and now a gusts through the region that suddenly shifted the fire in a northeasterly direction. The winds posed a significant threat to way across and forced them to land as fifteen kilometer. Long uncontrolled flank of. Phya developed that ran from the origin. Point Nature Chill through to the east side of Tozzi as it progressed fullwood burning debris rained down and ignited the surrounding vegetation almost instantly. It was accompanied by an east bleeding rush of what noise described by witnesses as the sand of immense pressure. Lucca that of a jet engine. Following this hurricane like wind change the file was at. Its most dangerous threatening multiple townships as well as the one wrong state forest residents working fervently to defend their himes when now blinded by an Ol- encompassing blackness composed of Smokin Dash. All of a sudden the in band firestorm had peed through the dock. Luckily Sunrise Churchill Resident Greg. We stated on you. The fire front was coming. You could hear it. You could smell it. You could feel the hate coming up out of the valley. The flames were right there. And where the heart of the trees and to that again. Three hundred Fateha plus there were big swirling vortexes is just a big swirling masses of flames that would burst and explode out of the treetops' shortly after six PM. Three water tankers belonging to volunteer. Fire Service the country fire authority were involved. In a series of Burn I've is wherein their crews were forced to take shelter where possible as the firing trapped them the boon either hit with quote great ferocity firefight at Graham Chesterton recall blackwood say MBA's thought the full was locked out coming from everywhere. The became very smokey and everything started to burn rapidly. That was spot FIS on the ground. All the rant me and the trees dotted burning at that stage aghast. I had about ten to fifteen seconds until I would have to make a move. Within those seconds the conditions deteriorated so rapidly. That are realized that wasn't safe too late truck. At that time a did not night where rule Marc crew members. Were on the decision to make a May Day call us said something along. The lines of we are completely surrounded by fire Tabun. I've lasted an estimated ten minutes firefighting crews elsewhere listened. Says their colleagues frantically broadcast may calls. I've Aradio but were unable to approach the scene due to the level of danger or they could do was respond. There is nothing we can do for you incredibly. None of the firefighter discord in the burn. Iva lost their lives the via finally slowed at eight PM. And by the following day of Sunday February I it was mostly brought to a whole l. Dive burning continued in heavily feud areas the Churchill fire named after its point of origin was not a visually listed under control until eleven days later on February nineteen more than six hundred firefighting personnel battled the blaze supported by one hundred and five vehicles and appliances in total. It had burned more than twenty five thousand eight hundred and sixty one heck Dez and destroyed one hundred forty five times elsewhere. Four hundred separate bushfires had devastated the Victorian landscape with the most destructive and deadly being the king like into Marysville FIS in the sites northeast collectively the fires had released eighty thousand kilowatts of. Hey the equivalent of five hundred atomic bombs. One hundred and seventy three. Papal had perished and four hundred and fourteen were left injured more than two thousand times and ten thousand kilometers of fence. Lon had been raised and an estimated one million animals were killed. Buerry seven two thousand nine became the deadliest bushfire. Catastrophe in Victoria's history and was henceforth referred to as black Saturday

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Best of British Columbia

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

05:59 min | 8 months ago

Best of British Columbia

"Low travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel. Podcast we are coming at you today from our e Pop H. Q. The show that teaches you how to travel more. Well spend less except for staying at home. So we're here to give you a little bit of inspiration today. Talking about one of our favorite places and the place that has the brewery of which which travis sporting the hat from this brewery. So heather hates this hat. I don't know why I love it. she hates it. But we're going to British Columbia today with you and this hat is from a story in British Columbia right outside of Whistler Coast mountain represent so I figured she said tribe. Your hair looks awful. Go put on a hat. So this is what I hate that. Trav- your hair looks awful. Go put on ABC. Wait a minute make us on her. Might just relaying. What happened five minutes before play guy either way quarantines getting us? It's getting a lot of time spent together and you know we somewhat too much time. We're used to spending a lot of time together but court excuse me. Quarantine is a little bit of a different animal. I do not hate the hat. I hate this. You literally said I hate this head a little too flat for me but anyway regardless British Columbia and we love the breweries in British Columbia. Yes today this is part of our quarantine. Diaries session so you can watch us on. If you're watching it then you get to see that if you're listening on the podcast and you do want to see our faces our situation and see what had a might wear for the next one. You can go do our instagram at extra packing peanuts and check it out there. So these are shorter. Form unedited podcast. That we're putting in addition to a regular Tuesday longer form podcasts. So that you have more wanderlust more travel love in your ears during the quarantines as we all go a little bit stir quarantine that's like during the quarantine it is now. I think a proper now. I think it should be Catholic. Quarantine entreprenuering quarantine and so what we've been doing recently and what we're going to do today is our best of series and this is where we pick a destination today. British Columbia Heather has a few card down there. She mixes them up and then she asked us and we don't prep for this at all. What our best memories of this specific places so today. We're doing a whole province and it's GonNa be hard because we spent a lot of time in British Columbia and we've gone all around British Columbia. Obviously we spend a ton of time in Victoria. Think Hoover Islands part of British Columbia? Spending time in Vancouver. We've been up to whistler. We'd been out to the Okinawa Gin. So it's going to be hard to pick somewhere places but hey that's what happens. That's the tough job of being travel. Podcast SO WE HAVE DESTINATION. Diaries and we have one. I'm pretty sure on Vancouver so we don't have one. I think on the whole of British Columbia. So you'll be getting some new content here with this little mini series. And I guess we should just jump right in. Let's do it okay. The first card is oh how appropriate best during so. I've been thinking a lot about this. And she told me redoing British Columbia literary four minutes ago and there have been a lot of places that we've drank at Including Vancouver we one time. We're in Vancouver for twenty one days and I did twenty one breweries and twenty days and I was pregnant so I did zero breweries. I mean I went to them but yeah so and we've spent a lot of time in Victoria. And some great wineries out in the Okinawan and all but for me. I think it will come back to a beer. Coast Mountain honorable mention and because of the hat. Awesome little brewery up in squamish tackling games. Garmisch just south of whistler fun little place cool like everything wanting to bury small little joint. That heather actually stayed in the car because again. I think you're pregnant at that point and she took a nap. I just went in and had a little flight by myself. You know really neat. People could be the coast from the brewery. No but it's called coast to Coast Mountain. Which is also a weird name. My name like it's just a weird. You're just taking two words and putting them together but it works and I love the hat and I'd like to branding but my number one favorite. So it's not honorable mention. Okay right you told me that we could go longer than fifteen minutes. Because now we have a compressor so we can put it on. Igt No if you read our post from last week. But I had the hardest time trying to get our videos out because if you video over fifteen minutes you have to do it from your granddaughter and it has to be an MP anyway. It was a whole long saga. But I bought the software. Because what does one do? I mean we needed. We needed to get the videos to you. We needed to get the videos. You so then Heather told. I said we are GONNA be fifty minutes is going to be hard for British Columbia said. Oh no no we got we got the compressor we can do want so. My overall favorite drink is strathcona brewing in Vancouver for two reasons. One Strathcona brewing itself has really good beer. Super Cool brewery really hipster in in like a gentrifying neighborhood for sure but they also at the time we were there and I'm not sure if the guy still does this but there is a gypsy. Burr call who runs a Burri called superfly. Meaning he doesn't have his own brewery brews at Strathcona and comes up and bruised. They're apparently lives in a van. No joke down by a river and then comes up to strathcona debris here and there and this was two years ago so things could have could have changed this super flex beer is awesome so they sell super flex at Strathcona brewing and their beers incredible and then bring has their own beer and their beer is really good too so those my if you want the best drink we've had in British Columbia head to Strathcona brewing. Try and try to get your hands on superfly which you can get in grocery stores and convenience stores to

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Presenting Remotely In The Age Of Covid19

Accelerate Your Business Growth

08:56 min | 9 months ago

Presenting Remotely In The Age Of Covid19

"Thanks for joining me today. Debbie thank for having this you know we are in strange times and this is For me I think a huge topic as people trying to figure out how to overcome some of the challenges of now suddenly working remotely. You know it's like a whole new world so I I'm wondering if you would talk a bit about how presenting remotely is different from presenting. Lives right well. First of all Presenting remotely has the technical challenges as you can imagine People get a little nervous especially the first or second or third time. They're doing it because not sure they can be heard. They're not sure they can be seen. Which means you should get on the the presentation fifteen minutes earlier to make sure everything's working the way you want it to do just as you would get to the site of a presentation earlier so the key thing that. I that I have deduced is. It's really different about presenting remotely versus presenting live. Is that if you're presenting remotely and you need to use visual aids to accompany you as most of doing business presentations. Typically you're using powerpoint or keynote or Presi in order to help make your point in order to to explain what it is. You're talking about to persuade your audience. When we've done that live traditionally. We may know that our slides aren't terrific. We may know that they're really not an aid for the audience. They're really more of a crutch for us as presenters. But we've let it go because if were good enough at presenting. We can overcome bad visuals folks because we're lives and so the audience can ignore the screen behind us and just pay attention to us or the audience. As you've told me in the past that you do when you're seeing a presentation that requires a lot of reading. You read this slide first and then pay attention to the speaker well if Speaker Yep if the speaker is just in a little box down at the bottom right hand corner of your screen or in some cases. You can't see the speaker at all. You're just looking at the slides. The speaker really has no No well certainly has no physical world to play because you can't see them and even if you can see them in there in the tiny little box in the right hand corner. They're playing a tiny little little role at the bottom of your screen and the right hand corner and now your slides and taking center stage and because of that it Nell be. Who's you to take a big deep breath and and and recreate slides? That actually will be a visual aid for your audience and not cue cards for you. Wow that's huge as making me new. I have to go back and reduce videos so okay. Sorry it's okay. You got a time exactly the good rating. That's the good news all the time. We spent driving to work all the time. We spent quite frankly getting professional closing on on days. We're GONNA sit in our officer or in our cubicle. All of that time is now hours. And that's time that you really really really should be spending on editing. Your powerpoint decks or your keynote presentations. You need to look at them and say to yourself. Okay I've known forever that these really weren't optimal and now I. I can't let this go any longer because I can tell you that you present virtually and your slide are bullets with tons and tons of taxed. Your audience is absolutely positively going to read it and then go back to what they were doing and if you have to download the presentation ahead of time and so they can read it ahead of time. They're not even in a show up or if it's mandatory to show up. They're going to have it on their screens so the think they're there but they're not gonna be there because there's no reason for them to be there because you are superfluous. You are not added anything to what your slides are telling them right. So so. The solution to this is as follows. You need to create slides or visuals. If you're in keynote or pretty. Your visual cannot be self explanatory. Every one of your visuals should have what I call the Factor the audience should see slide and think They should not be able to understand the slide without you to explain it and even more than that or coupled with that you should be feeding them this information that they cannot make sense of on their own one piece at a time and that's why God invented animation with powerpoint so that you can feed it to them one bite at a time so that people don't get overwhelmed so that we know that they're looking at what we want them to be looking at so that if you're so for example let's say that you now have to Do Training about About about A website or you're a bank right and you're going to be doing training for virtual colors or your virtual customer support and these are New People coming on board. And they don't know how the screens work and you're going to teach them how these screens work my advice when you share your screen rather than sharing screen actually for education purposes. I would do screen shots of the screen and put a circle around the part of the screen that you want them to be looking at. You know when you're talking about here's the field where you enter the customer's name. You put a circle around that field so it really draws their attention to what you so you're and you're in control of that then that's exactly right. Yeah that's interesting and by the way everything that we're talking about holds true when you are delivering a live presentation. You should still be delivering a live presentation using these tests. But when you're doing virtually it it just becomes exponentially more critical that you you follow these these rules that I'm talking about or or use these tools that I'm suggesting because if you do that a couple of things will happen number one. You'll have an audience riveted. They're not going anywhere. 'cause they can't figure out what's on the screen and they need you to explain it to them. That's the first thing the second thing is if you if you build the visuals in a way that you know they're looking at what you are talking about because you're using animation to build a bite at a time or you're putting circles around things or squares around things that you know you need them to be looking at now. You have an audience. That's not getting overwhelmed or confused. And by the way it right now in our lives there so much uncertainty. There's so much fear that when we do get to present to a group the last thing we want to do his layer on all that and using them right we can find a place for an hour or fifty minutes where we can provide education or or comfort or Frankly even convinced someone that what we're proposing is a good idea for them and that's a gift

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Sony Clarifies PS5 Backward Compatibility

Beyond!

03:56 min | 9 months ago

Sony Clarifies PS5 Backward Compatibility

"Did mention sort of the one substantial actual bit of PS Five News. We got inbetween shows of course covered Mark Sunnis in-depth tech talk about the PS five. From last week that was originally meant to be. Gd Talk so if you didn't check out that episode you go listen to last week's to figure our thoughts on that a very complex discussion but after the fact. Sony updated their playstation blog. Post about this not once but twice to clarify some of the backward compatibility confusion that stemmed from was unclear about mark. Sunni's fifty minute long explanation. What could possibly leave room for clarification? Of course no. It was very buttoned up into the point and nothing uncertain for fans know there was some Scuttlebutt even having Turnley about whether or not cerny was discussing the fact that all of the library would be backward compatible and only one hundred games would be available launch or if only one hundred games would be available in the PS fives boost mood from ps four or some other combination of. Maybe we'll only actually get to play. Twenty Games backward compatible The update that the playstation blog actually put out was with all of the amazing games. Npr's catalog we've devoted significant efforts to enable our fans to play their favorites NPS five. We believe that the Omer overwhelming majority of the four thousand. Ps Four titles will be playable. Ps fought were expecting backward compatible. Titles will run any boosted frequency on. Ps five so that they can benefit from higher or more stable frame rates and potentially higher resolutions were currently evaluating Games on a title by title basis to spot any issues that need adjustment from the original software developers in his presentation. Mark Cerny provided a snapshot into the top one hundred most played ps four titles demonstrating. How well are backward? Compatibility efforts are going. We are have already tested. Hundreds of titles are preparing to thousands more as we move toward launch. We will provide updates on backward compatibility along with much more news in the months ahead. Stay tuned. So that's kind of worrisome. Honestly we dug into it a little bit last week but it it sort of makes me think that That fans are going to be finding problems in these games that weren't caught initially by Sony's in house developers and testers because the if they're going through on a case by case basis. I don't know if that's how the xbox hard works because their message was very clear of just like all the old games work here now whereas playstation they're like what we it seems like they basically prioritized that most played once the most popular ones Which is good. It's a good start Indefinitely better than the complete lack of backwards compatibility. We've had them. Ps Four but It makes it seemed like to me. You're going to play some like you know. Sort of niche game two years from now and find a bunch of technical hiccups in it. And then you're GONNA ask them the patch amount and they're going to say we don't. We can't justify the time and resources to do that. Like I have the playstation now APP. I don't know where I might have stuck that in the folder that might be just like pushed all the way down the train from other games of playing before it Because it's something I don't really use a lot but it's also like they. They've changed up the languaging on that a little bit when it started it was just like a streaming thing and now you can download some games and so I think they really need to scream from the rooftop sue and not just for people like awesome people listen to show but like you know con. Consumer Carl or whatever like the guy walks into a store. Yeah I mean like right now. You can download. Ps Four NPS Games and play them off line. And that's not really the thing that I think they're shouting about enough because I've thought about man. I would love to revisit some. Ps Two games. I don't have the chance to. I can download these re masters of the final fantasy games. When they're on sale but game passes get literally every remastered final fantasy game from the past like two generations. So why wouldn't I just wait to play

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Coronavirus Drive-Thru Test Sites to Open This Weekend in Dallas County

KRLD Saturday Morning News

02:45 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus Drive-Thru Test Sites to Open This Weekend in Dallas County

"New drive through testing the sides opening up in Dallas this weekend the first one coming up at eight o'clock this morning about fifty minutes from now at the double AC the second site opens tomorrow at the Ellis Davis field house Dallas mayor Eric Johnson spoke on the one oh five three the band sports about the availability of the testing one of the orders that I issued one of the first orders that I issued once we've declared disaster here in the city of Dallas was to require anyone who is conducting testing in the city of Dallas whether they are public or private so that means means Dallas Dallas County County or or any any private private labs labs that that report report to to the the city city of of Dallas Dallas how how many many tests tests they've they've conducted conducted every every single single day day and and we we now now post post that that on on our our website website the the reason I wanted to do that is because I want for it I wanted to know and I want the public to know exactly how many people are being tested because of we can track that number we can cut through some of the noise of some of the confusing messages about how widespread testing is that how Babel is because people can stay all day long what their capacity is the past and how available task bar but we're looking at the numbers are only going up by single digits every day in terms of their people been tested that the that's the number we care about and unfortunately for what we can see Dallas County is that they have the capacity to task one hundred sixty Bucks a day but we haven't conducted many more than a hundred fifty pass total since we began testing so there is something going on that we are hoping to get more clarity on soon in terms of why is why are more tests being conducted so we'll be testing issue is one that that is important because the sooner we can find out who has the buyers that the sooner we can actually take action to make sure those folks are being treated and we can help flatten the curve it as we say on the spread of this pandemic once we know who has it but testing is critical to that so that's when we have to keep pushing for now here is C. testing criteria people people over over the the age age of of must must be be over over the the age age of of sixty sixty five five order order must must be be a a first first responder responder healthcare healthcare worker worker or or darts darts driver driver it it must must also also show show a a temperature temperature of of ninety ninety nine nine point point six six degrees degrees now now anybody anybody who who does does not not meet meet that that criteria criteria will will not not be be tested tested you you do do not not have have to to live live in in Dallas Dallas County to be tested and testing will operate daily at both locations from eight in the morning until eight in the evening

Selling Through a Downturn & Uncertainty - Todd Caponi

Daily Sales Tips

04:26 min | 9 months ago

Selling Through a Downturn & Uncertainty - Todd Caponi

"I asked Todd Caponi to record this tip after Kevin picket a very regular listener to this show recommended the full Webinar. That todd mentions end of this tip. Curious what if you could read the minds of your customers and prospects while as it turns out given all that's going on you actually can't they're thinking about and dealing with the exact same things that you are? It's a matter of fact every organizational. Ceo Right now has been asked to put together contingency plans and do the same exact things that you're probably doing in your personal life. Things like number one cutting out discretionary spending meaning the nice to have type X number two looking at your essential spending the things that you must have and doing two things with that number one is trying to cut costs where you can and number two is extending your runway as just a just in the third thing that you're probably doing are seeking ways to reduce risk and in every organization. They are doing exactly the same thing. And in some cases number four is that individuals are looking to others for advice. And they're looking to see what other people are doing in many cases following that advice. Those are probably the same things. You're doing cutting discretionary spending looking at your essentials and figuring out how to extend your runway cutting your own personal risk and looking around to see what others are doing given that we're all doing exactly the same things and thinking the same things executive buyer customer and yourself. It's time to take a look at your message. And because the bottom line is any messaging that was developed during an upturn is likely not going to be effective in a downturn or in times of uncertain. So it's time to evaluate your message and by doing that. Taking a look and see if it has any of the elements that people are shying away from right now which is discretionary or does it have the elements that create your solution as being essential in also a combination of reducing risk and helping to extend runway. Once you identify that step number two is to escalate your message to make sure it is really hitting on those points. One thing to keep in mind when you are escalating. Your message is that revenue growth is counterintuitive as it might sound is actually a nice to have right now when everybody is thinking about cost. Cutting risk reduction and extending the runway talking about revenue. Growth is actually a nice to have an won't resonate as much as those pieces before it. The third thing to do to empathize with your customers and prospects and understand that they've got a lot on their mind right now so pounding them with calls and e mails is really ineffective instead. Give give give what kinds of things? Can you give to the customer to help them through this to build a relationship and be the first one they call when they are ready to focus on those essentials or as things calmed down on the back end? You're the first people that they call two last points to mick number one you've got to remove friction from the buying journey. You've got to do that now. You've got to make it easy for them to decide easy for them to evaluate and easy for them to implement if that picture is not painted very clearly other things or going to be prioritized. A number two is a brain science thing. But it's thinking about the idea that is it. Turns out. Confidence is actually contagious. Just know that. From downturns from uncertainty there are often create opportunities. Many of the world's greatest companies were founded during downturns so becomes. If you shift right there is a great opportunity ahead of you. So don't get down on yourself because the customers will also feel that as well also linked here is a free youtube video fifty minute webinar where we go into each one of these things in much more detail and share a little bit more of the brain science around it. I sincerely hope that helps. And feel free to share that around the office because when we evaluate our messaging we escalated aligned to exactly what our buyers are thinking right. Now we empathize by giving giving giving instead of trying to ask for the take we remove friction from buying journey and then we just know that confidence is contagious. Do those five things and I'm promise you you're gonNA come out doing pretty well on the back end so good luck and please let me know. If there's anything I can do to help

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Everything We Learned from Mark Cerny’s PlayStation 5 Deep Dive

Beyond!

07:56 min | 9 months ago

Everything We Learned from Mark Cerny’s PlayStation 5 Deep Dive

"Cerny held a fifty ish minute discussion about the tech behind the PS five. There were no games. Shown they did not show the box or the controller or released price. Any of the biggest stuff that we're waiting for but we did see a couple of major things including some of the tech behind quickly. Go through some of that even though it's a lot of numbers I don't quite fully understand but we have a lot of resources on June to help you understand it So they confirmed that be. Gps AMD RADIAN OUR DNA to based graphics engine are retracing acceleration and it has variable frequency up to two point twenty three Gigahertz With ten point three teraflops and we'll get to the big tariff op discussion and a little bit It has GD are six sixteen bytes memory four hundred forty gigabytes of bandwidth per second A solid state drive with eight hundred twenty five gigabytes and five point five gigabytes per second read bandwidth raw It will support. Ps Five Game. Discs that are ultra hd blu-ray up to one hundred gigabyte disks and the audio and it will be the tempest three d audio tech so there was a lot in addition to all of those terminologies and discussion of some of the parts. That are being involved in that fifty minute talk and I think we'll break down the biggest points but what was everyone's overall impression of this discussion. I guess I'll start because this is weird and we can't really judge who's GonNa talk fast. I came home with like I thought that it was Off this is great I thought that it was a I mean. It was very very dry presentation from Sony and I think that that was to be expected considering it was already like it was always going to be at GDP star. It was a very like I tweeted out. It was a very cut and dry. Gdp presentation it was very much flow develop. His it was for It was kind of like A. Here's how easy it is to develop. Organised system is how easy. It's going to be to develop on this. That was the one the major message from a consumer side. I thought that the history stuff like even though we already knew a lot about the say well we knew that it was going to heaven as saying that you know as a capable of that really excited me the basically the facts that they said that they had to like in some games he can to slow it down because it's actually too fast is amazing. I'm also really interested in what your side of things the Three d audio. I love the idea that it can be so impressive that it sounds like it's coming from the real world Those I noticed that he really broadly he went into really specific. Ticks off but for for my mind as a consumer and not not in video game developer. Those are the things that stood out. Yeah I'm with you on that. I think it was interesting. That like we. We've been saying teraflops. Oh year and Mark Cerny made it sound like that's not really the best way to compare power Just putting teraflops against each other Ps five loses to xbox series Ex It has lasted them. But it's making up for it in other departments. I think it's like we're also seeing specs from both sides would which is essentially what they would look like overclock Specifically like the five. It's like this is how this will operate at Max capacity and I don't know how often that's actually going to be used the three audio things really interesting 'cause aid. They mentioned something about sort of like digging into it. It was like the capability of sending photos of your ears to Sony so they can get a better understanding of how exactly to cater sound specifically to them and it reminded me of a couple years ago at IGA and we had to get. I have B.'s. fitted and this woman came in and filled our ears with wax and like a hose and basically created this thing that fits perfectly inside of our ear so that went out cruisers yelling at us on a real show if we ever have a video game convention again or anything like that like the good old days Will be able I. It will fit perfectly. It won't be falling out. I've I've done live shows much where this thing's falling out of my ear like the idea of having a custom custom audio and accustom headphone or something like that can interface properly with the PS. Five outside of the customization of controller your hardware. Nothing like that is really interesting. It's the kind of stuff that I don't ever think about when I think about the next generational leaps. It's something that far smarter. People have to come up with his. Mo is just like Games Graphics Loading Times frame rate and for something like this. It's like Oh this is very clearly a next step. This is something new. This is something interesting. And it's it's it's really awesome and it's funny. You say just right there I wanna point out and then Max will get to you He you said you know when I think about the next year and I think games graphics and we don't normally say games graphics sound even though sound can be important in sound at least on the seventy five things in the specially insurnace talk one of the things. He's most interested in. Is I think elevating sound the discussion around sound in games to the level. We talk about visuals and whether or not that happens. Of course we'll see where it goes but Max. How did you feel about talk over all before we Dick Downs? Don't any kind of screwed up by not properly framing this as the GD talk they were going to have for game developers people to chat or credit back going. I think obviously this is not for us. This is not for presses now for consumers this is not for fans this is. This is something that was made for people specifically who make video games and know how they're made in how you utilize technology to bring your dreams to life and whatnot I think it's really surprising that they didn't they didn't try to sort of like. Just disclose that sooner you know because it most people don't know what GDP is they're just like. Hey here's that big playstation five reveal. You've been waiting for. I was Kinda shocked that we didn't get like they didn't have any anything that had a little sizzle to it like. We didn't have like a big. You know like even just a cool motion graphic of like. Hey here's the new controller. Here's what the box looks like right now all we have is the logo reveal from from CBS and then a whole bunch of stuff from our external who was awesome like brilliant and we should listen to him obviously but like from a marketing standpoint? This feels like pretty much like putting the cart before the horse and it felt like something. Kinda slip through the cracks. You know yeah the the timing on all of it is bizarre because we are. We are starving for news on this thing and this is not exactly what the mass market in general populace has looking for. It made me think about like how like ghost ghostbusters. Like the Egon movie. You know it's like thanks to starve of ghostbusters. Like Egan's awesome. He's integral you need him there. But if he was talking for eighty percent of the film people wouldn't remember it as fondly it. This is like we want. We want all we have is like the dumbest thing in the world. Which is the logo and the smartest thing in the world? Which has this presentation and I need something in the middle. That sort of just like this is how this applies like in English on. You know like this is the part where the you're holding the controller this is. This is what the box looks like. We've seen so much from the series x already. And we're still really in the dark with a lot of stuff on playstation. I agree I think that they should have been a consumer-friendly bridge between the logo. Reveal end in a deep dive on the specs like I am pleased we got the deep diving was fix. I'm pleased that we were invited to be part of that. Jd Talk that we probably wouldn't have seen otherwise would have sought out on the volt but yeah they're definitely needed to be a bridge. Because I think that the the wording around this was clear enough consumers. A lot of people did think that they were gonNA get a big. Ps Five reveal. And that's not what

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Helping Underserved Patients Get the Quality Specialty Care They Need with Daren Anderson, Director at ConferMED

Outcomes Rocket

09:17 min | 9 months ago

Helping Underserved Patients Get the Quality Specialty Care They Need with Daren Anderson, Director at ConferMED

"I have the privilege of hosting Dr Darren Anderson. He's a director of confirm. Darren is a board certified general internist and has worked in safety net practices for his entire career. He's published articles in several peer reviewed medical journals including health affairs. The American Journal of Managed Care The Journal of Family Practice and the Journal of General Internal Medicine Doctor. Anderson obtained his undergraduate degree at Harvard College and his Medical Degree from Columbia University College of physician and surgeons. He's an outstanding contributor to the telehealth space. We've got a lot of things going on right now. Value-based cares one of those things. How do we deliver better on? Our healthcare dollar. Corona virus is something that's very live and and and a concern for many of our provider organizations and communities and so today we're going to touch on several of those things with Darren and also to learn more about what he and his company are doing to to add value to healthcare so Dr Anderson. Really appreciate you jumping on to join us today. Oh thank you. I really appreciate the chance to talk with you in the share. Some of the work we've been doing with your audience. Thanks a lot for the opportunity absolutely so tell us a little bit more about your journey and and what inspired your work in healthcare and in particular your focus on safety net practices yet will journey released her back in college. I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my lights. Give the short version. But I I became really inspired by more that I was reading By various authors talking about Underserved patients and their efforts to try to provide healthcare in safety practices. And I kind of decided early on that. I wanted to turn it for your that. Would allow me to to work in a medical in the safety net. So really went through my training with that. As a goal in after MED school did an internal medicine residency training and then went right into the National Health Service Corps where I was assigned to practice saw in a new Britain Connecticut Community Center. That's how he ended up in Connecticut which is to stay and you know. I started off working fulltime as a primary care doctor taken care of by an inner city population with a lot of a lot of complex problems. Most of my patients spoke Spanish in. I think early on even in my first year actes. I absolutely love taking care of patients but I was so struck even even having fun in knowing a little bit about What was going on in in Satanic Practices? I was struck by how inequitable the system was and healthcare. Quality is something that just greets you the minute you walk into an exam realized the opportunities that you may have right may have private insurance. The opportunities that are patients who have no insurance or perhaps Medicaid insurance don't have and so sort of starting charting career win. It took me more into the administrative research side of things looking to try to derive solutions to help reduce helping it make sure that patients regardless of where they were born what language they spoke or what insurance. They did or didn't have finding ways to make sure that they got the best health care that we provide in the US. I think that's That's wonderful baron. As we as we consider the topic of access and the challenges that surround that social determinants of health much of which were tackling. I think more seriously today in healthcare. I think this is a great opportunity for for us to to dive in a little bit. Deeper on on what you're doing at complimented Ellis. What it is that you guys are doing there to add value to the healthcare ecosystem. You know so one of the most striking and obvious disparities when you start practicing in in a federally house. Hendrick Community Health Center is when you need to send a patient. See a specialist so many may knowing your audience may know that there is a network of over twelve hundred community health centers across the country. They're called federally qualified health centers but they are independent nonprofit L. centers that are run by a board of directors that's majority controlled by patients in these clinics. Had been around for decades and really developing a strong effective primary care infrastructure. They were among the earliest without the. Hr's the SIM that I worked at. Has KIOSK CHECK INS integrated behavioral health? Many of the things that you would like in expect to see in the in the the best primary care clinic you could envision but it all comes to a screeching halt when you refer somebody or need to refer somebody actress in back in two thousand twelve when we first about the idea for what eventually became confirming. Mike Clinic was facing nine to twelve month. Wait minimum to get one of our Medicaid patients into be seen by the pitas dermatologists in pretty much. All of the specialties. Have at least some degree of a delay and this presents a real challenge for the primary care provider. You may have a pretty good idea of what you need to do. But you may not be sure you may need surgery. You may need a biopsy procedure but in any case off the only way to get answers to your questions or get a patient to have procedure disturb. Refer them into a specialty center and No unfortunately uninsured patients and and even those with Medicaid have great difficulty finding specialty care because the simple fact is reimbursement rates relatively low in many most specialists impact on limit or completely. Don't accept it. All patients without insurance or Medicaid and so forth that presented a really substantial challenge to us and that was that was the issue that we sought to address. Confirm it and that's a that's great so comes from a from a frustration that you had in your own practice and your patients not being able to get the care that they needed. I mean nine to twelve months. Wade is is really not acceptable. And so you dove in you. Roll up your sleeves. Tell us what confident does today? That's different than what's available today to solve on that specialist problem so I think we tested in the process that ultimately became for mid was designed and tested by me and my team of primary care providers nurses referral coordinators. And basically. What confirm it does is it allows the primary care provider to confer with a specialist virtually before they refer in a synchronous conferring dwell so died essentially it allows the primary care provider to send their question in some of the details about the case from the medical records to a special instant. They can get is on that console question rapidly and in no more than two days that most of our specialists on a within the same day. Seventy seven percent responded on the same day. The question was submitted. And they're able to put ice on that review the information that we submit and send back to that Primary Care Provider Advice Guidance. So basically what? We are as virtual network specialists around the country. That are on standby ready to answer. Questions in take a first look at all of the console requests that the primary care providers have in pretty much any specialty in his rebuilt out that network and developed really the understanding state by state of all the different types of Payments Environments. All the different types of practices. We continue to see that. A substantial percentage of the cases that get submitted to us in most specialties upwards of eighty percent. Don't need a face to face visit. It's not because it's inappropriate. Consult of the. Pcp made a mistake it simply because the nature of what the primary care provider is asking. The question that they have is one of the specialists answered by senior question reviewing the data and sending back in opinion and so what that does makes the system more efficient it allows those cases that can mean be maintained managed primary care same primary care. Unit allows those scarce resources that face to face visits to be allocated to patients who really need a procedure or hands on for some reason another and that's basically we met all that outdid series of studies in Connecticut. Utah in our health center to prove that it works that it was safe and what confirmed has done is take that scale and we're now providing that service to over one point three million patients across the country. That's fantastic congratulations on on the scaling of it To the point you've gotten it thus far Dr Anderson and and You know thinking through the the efficiency that this provides much of what we need in in healthcare is is the logistics and the efficiency. And and so you've created a nice fast lane to provide the care that's needed and eighty percent. Don't need that face to face visit and I think that's A great solution. So what's the cost than if somebody if it specialists is giving you a their idea or their analysis of the of the patient. What's the cost? The cost is way less than the cost of that specialised in their time in their overhead. Seeing the patient face to face meetings to think about it we batch leads. They're an inbox in the specialist and review them imaging patients evening in rattled off a significant number of them one after the other most e console responses. Take ten minutes out. There's arranged and we have. We have some units are averages tend to fifty minutes but if you think about it all they need is a laptop or whatever to do that office cost. There's no checking medical assistant. Any of the overhead costs the

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A Tip for Managers During a Pandemic

Manager Tools

03:51 min | 9 months ago

A Tip for Managers During a Pandemic

"Morning video standups entering that again. We're talking about communications here right. That's the common theme. Oh Gosh well. Horsemen's lava organizational. Communication is say something seven times people and half of your people will tell you they heard it once you simply think that when you say things it lands like pearls of beauty and wisdom in the minds of your direct but frankly a thousand other voices in their head and I promise you the first time we say they don't hear it the second time you say that they might hear it but they don't understand it or they disagree with it and it just takes a while so we recommend you have a morning video. Stand up with your entire team every workday. Now some people aren't GonNa like this and that's too bad. Some people don't like working from home Some people don't like being self quarantined. Some people don't like one on ones at all but there is a balance to be struck between the individuals desire for their perfect workplace. And what you need is a manager to help you do your job. And what the organization needs in terms of trust and open communication and frequent communication even robust communication? Between you and your directs. Now look this morning video. Stand up You know we have at manner tools. I picture this by the way using zoom but I'm not we are agnostic about which platform you use as long as everybody can see everybody else while sitting looking at their Webcam from their computer. Boy like there's another example of technology that didn't exist fifteen years you know that that We're lucky in the light of this Maybe that's not the right term in light of this pandemic that there are technologies place that allows so many of us to be able to work from home so it only has to be ten minutes to group video chat chat. Perhaps I think it's best if you start and maybe just be quick. Welcome and in fact. You don't need a precise agenda K. But you have a starting in time. Everybody learns pretty quickly. How long this is GonNa take now? Look if you have twenty people on on your team you may need fifteen minutes. Don't listen to the naysayers who say I've got other stuff to do. Every single person on your team. No offence don't take this wrong way. All of us here at manager tools work from home. We know what worked for almost like except of course when we're traveling the idea that fifteen minutes is an imposition on. People is ludicrous. Every single day people are going to be working from home and home chores and errands are going to distract them at least that much. That wouldn't have done so while they're at work now. We don't WanNA stop from chores or errands. The point is that non-productive time and frankly in addition in light of school kids being home. You're going to have. They're going to have to spend time with their kids. And Gee Whiz do we want them to not spend time with their kids. Heck no I want them to spend fifteen minutes with the kids. My point is the idea that in fifteen minute meeting that you call is makes. They're just too busy to handle that. When there's thirty minutes to an hour worth of chores and errands and childcare and so on out of their workday that's completely unproductive relative to work and yet ethically necessary the idea that Turner fifty minutes in the morning is an imposition. Or problems ludicrous. It holds no water and this is one of those cases where you insist you use your role power rather than your relationship. Power to get things. Can things

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Wait, I Dont Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

Diet Starts Tomorrow

06:08 min | 9 months ago

Wait, I Dont Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

"Easiest way to explain it for folks that we we have to put ourselves in a category. It's it's very intensified version of of pilates when people think of pilates or traditional plots. I think as we think of you know folks. That are lying down restorative you're doing to rehabilitate from an injury or something of that sort or you do pilates because you can't do something else and that was frankly you know my association with the word to and then I took a pilates class in L. A. and I didn't know you could work out like this. I didn't know you could get such intensity so safely moving. So slowly right. That's awesome what I like about the class though that I feel like differentiates from other plots classes. But it's in the dark like dimly Lynn. Because I always felt like if I've been to other classes everyone is staring at me while I cannot hold this plank like it makes you feel like you're on your own little bubble and then you could just like look. Oh I used to teach me. I had two hyphen. Yeah with our eyes. Honestly I think that classes in the dark. Make a huge difference. I noticed that I actually don't really like classes if they're not in the dark because I think it might be because just the mood is better mood. Yeah Yeah there's an element I think when you walk in and you know you're in a different environment that it's not just the lighting and everything is the same when when classes going or when it's off you sort of get into this zone when lights go off. Music comes up. And you're like okay. We're GONNA do this for fifty minutes. I was telling you about our new studio leader which is underground. So you really feel like you're like okay. We're we're doing this and I'm here and I'm president. Your phone doesn't work down there so you can't really escape pilates. Cave plotting gave so okay. Even though you are the solid core founder. You have a lot more to your story so we wanted to kind of hear your whole story. I guess out. We'll let you get the narrative Dr Gaining the beginning. Wh-a were we born. I was mentioning to one of your teammates. Hear Sean. I still spend time in North Dakota which is where I was born. I'm actually. They're like a good chunk out of out of the month. All my family is still there split my time between North Dakota DC New York and the news usually another trip around the studios or personally So I I do live out of a suitcase is in North Dakota like what North Dakota versus New York City. Give us a comparison. Internet is coming North Dakota. It's I mean listen. It's it's Kinda like a big suburb. Bismarck is where I grew up goes but now it's a big suburb. There's like sixty seven thousand people there. But they're solid core there. I opened a studio there in two thousand seventeen. My High School were just clamoring to like. How would you just open one of these? We have nothing and I was like. I don't really know if this is going to be so successful but I just felt like it would work. We would at least not lose money and so there was just like this. This pride about you know bringing something back there to my home state. And so yeah. Now there's six in the entire tire state. There's aren't Fargo grand forks. Mina are you do you dominate the North Dakota simply because there's no competition but yeah orange theory you know orange Syria as popping up in Fargo. There's it's it's becoming more. I think were I think we were part of that movement? You know we obviously New York and La Boutique. Fitness has been around for a long time but these middle kind of we call them tertiary tier two tier three tier four markets get overlooked. They don't get anything. Yeah but there are people. They're looking for things to do. You know they want their active fit and So yeah like we opened Bismarck. Where like actually there's something here. We think we can open up in a lot smaller markets and be super successful because we focus so much on community and the results are there. That's awesome all right so North Dakota so tell us about like growing up high school all that I know there's a bunch there. Yeah I think any time you know. All of us grew up in certain areas. We can think back to. What will you like being a kid there? And I'm like Oh this is how everybody lives like. This is what it's like being a kid. No matter where you are in the world you just have such a small view of what reality is so house. Big Backyard to brother sister middle class middle class family. I've done a good amount of public speaking so I feel my stories on lines with policies for redundancy of people have heard in no don't Yeah but every okay so yeah so I I truly thought I had my entire life figured out by the time I was twelve years old because my yeah my life went really great until twelve. It's like cool. I'm good at sports like I got boys chasing me around at recess at playground. School seems pretty easy. This thing is like totally fine. I got it and then when I was sixteen years old. I got kind of hard dose of Reality of what my dad's life was like. How stable my parents? My parents marriage was so when I was sixteen or seventeen before my sophomore year. In High School Is when I found out. My Dad was a gambling addict and he told us because he was which most addictions do. They get to the point where they're like you've got to your rock bottom and you do something. There's no other way out than to tell people what's going on. So Miandad owed a lot of people a lot of money and he had to come clean with my mom And my mom kicked me out of the House that day and for kid who thinks he's got like a stable family is going on. What do you mean? Dad's not living here. But unfortunately my dad went through drug and alcohol addiction when I was really young so have never seen my drink or do drugs but my mom has and she's like I can't go through this again and we didn't. We weren't poor but we didn't have a lot of money. My Dad sold insurance. My Mom's a teacher. So money was my mom's Achilles heel like you threaten Matt and my dad did like our savings was drained our education all of these accounts that she worked so hard for so she just couldn't recover from it. I get it now but at the time. I'm like your big bad mother. Who's taking my father away. So the next three years a really tumultuous with my mom I blamed her for my imperfect life and I also spend that time trying to fix with other Both both unsuccessful efforts. Nothing good came out of those approaches. Frankly and that's when I became a runner I turned to running to deal with all of the emotional turmoil I was going through and found strength in the movement found strength in moving my body forward all the metaphors around taking things one step at a time it just the whole thing really resonated with

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Got taekwondo techniques she's got techniques jujitsu he's got type techniques from karate he's got a lot of different weapons and you can pull from because he'll put in the time you know he he loves the work on new technique he'll put you'll do a three hour session where you know two hours and fifty minutes of that is really is is is really big into that and that's why i think he so diverse in so you know like i said you've been around this game a long time the fighter and now as a coach that feeling in till like you know it's not a hail mary so to speak but you are trying to you were trying to predict eight pretty spectacular turn of events that has never happened before a knockout that quick to see that she come to fruition of all the great moments you've had that has to be up there is one of the greatest right as an active players right like the seat actually's hartman hunting percent it was pretty cool i mean like and i was even telling a few people about it you know people tight jimmy obviously we don't want the leak got it out but sure like dustin had tweeted that you know i had talked to him about it and i'm like fuck this shit out you know this is what this is what he's come in with a man like this you know oh my god editor don't believe like you know in do ben aspirin is no joke this guy's nineteen oh yeah oh and a you know olympian in into time hodge trophy winner this guy is elite wrestler in in a in a very good fighter 'em so this is not against you know subscribe by any means how do you explain what's happened to jorge as of.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And you drive out in fifty minutes or less. You gotta love that valvoline instant oil change. No cones to, to guaranteed em seven ninety. K. ABC. Seek talkradio seven ninety listening to a nation divided. I'm Brian Dunne sitting across from my best friend, Mr James, oats. And we're getting to the bottom of one of these most divisive of issues. Some call it climate climate change. Some call it global warming. L shook up the entire world while back with the inconvenient truth inconvenient truth. That's how a lot of people being sequel. Right. That, you know, is it real is based on science. You know, I've been a lawyer for long time, you can pay an expert witness to say almost thing that I've ever done. That is true. You can create a statistical study that will create any results that you want if you use the right data. So this is real. Is this something that we really should be taking seriously? Larry weary. And we were talking to you before we broke up some really important about the sun. I didn't want to cut you off brother please finish your thought. I had to that was the one in your guest has some comments about about some of the misunderstandings of Seinfeld. Love to hear what he has to say about that -absolutely. Yes. So, you know, here's how that works Leary, and there has been a lot of controversy over this, obviously, in the scientific community. Because what they there's a there's a thing called the little ice age. And so I my favorite one of my favorite authors, Brian guy, brain fake, and I've actually got his book here. Brian figures written all the stuff about, like sailing up and down the California coast. He.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I'm no, I'm not getting rid of it. I mean, really loved this car, and I had it for years that I had stopped driving. It was the air conditioning broke. And my kids refused to get in it. I just I just bought a Prius. I'm not a I'm not like our car guy. But you see. But you're you're committed to keeping it with you forever. I yeah. Like Aaron the tires. No. It has earned the tires. It's under a cover, and it has some work that needs to be done. I I have like there's some trim parts that he's I have them. You know, ready to put it on the favor one just juice it up. This is when it becomes a lifestyle is when you have a supply of things to be attached to the car that have not yet been attached. I've got to of I get two pieces of of to trim pieces of trim that are anything. But it's a Volvo. It's not like a, you know, what I did by nineteen sixty five embassador station wagon. And that was the biggest mistake I ever made in my life. That was my that was my midlife crisis car where you try. Well, who has who hasn't hit that midlife crisis in gotta get me, a sixty five wagon. I gotta get something that feels like I'm driving the minnow mall. Holland. Yeah. And I thought it was because I go to the drive in a lot. I there's a there's a drive in theater fifty minutes east and in Mont Clare, which is right next to Claremont. I know and it's beautiful. It's called mission Tiki, and I love drive-ins I used to work at a drive in in high school, and my kids are into it. And I thought well this'll be great for the drive in. It's an old station wagon. And that thing is three tons of American steel, man, you can that's not you know, you can lay on the roof. Nothing's going to happen and Mike is would not get in that car. Into the drive in at these in the city of industry. No, this is I know that Dr in. Yeah. This is a straight shot fifty minutes east and the last time we were there. We saw the Meg which is a great movie to see if the drive in. Now, I don't really need to hear it to hear it in not yet. Not. It's nothing. Nothing is lost. If it's if the if the dialogue is a bit inaudible. Yeah. My whole life is my attempt to recreate the childhood that I wish I had my house is built in and to that end. It's all like really great stuff from nineteen sixty six. You know, what does that entail? So stay drive in my house was built in sixty six that was not intentional. I just had to be. But it's it's decorated that, you know, it looks like bewitched it looks like you just went into which it's very mid century modern. And there's a lot of great stuff. And like, I take my kids to go carts. We go to the drive in. I like to go to Cindy's in eagle rock, which is a great like mid-century restaurant. And it just like I don't dress that way, I'm not, you know, weird about fetishistic about it. But we're flame shirts. No. And I don't have a totem pole from the planet of the apes movies. I don't have a totem pole. I could get one in twenty four hours. But you know, but it's funny. I saw those movies at the drive in him in the new ones came out. I'm like guys we're going to the drive in to see it. But but it was just like to see plan to the apes on the drive in marquee was such a big deal to me. What do you think about those new ones? They are..

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I'm no, I'm not getting rid of it. I mean, really loved this car, and I had it for years that I had stopped driving. It was the air conditioning broke. And my kids refused to get in it. I just I just bought a Prius. I'm not a I'm not like our car guy. But you see. But you're you're committed to keeping it with you forever. I yeah. Like Aaron the tires. No. It has earned the tires. It's under a cover, and it has some work that needs to be done. I I have like there's some trim parts that he's I have them. You know, ready to put it on the favor one just juice it up. This is when it becomes a lifestyle is when you have a supply of things to be attached to the car that have not yet been attached. I've got to of I get two pieces of of to trim pieces of trim that are anything. But it's a Volvo. It's not like a, you know, what I did by nineteen sixty five embassador station wagon. And that was the biggest mistake I ever made in my life. That was my that was my midlife crisis car where you try. Well, who has who hasn't hit that midlife crisis in gotta get me, a sixty five wagon. I gotta get something that feels like I'm driving the minnow mall. Holland. Yeah. And I thought it was because I go to the drive in a lot. I there's a there's a drive in theater fifty minutes east and in Mont Clare, which is right next to Claremont. I know and it's beautiful. It's called mission Tiki, and I love drive-ins I used to work at a drive in in high school, and my kids are into it. And I thought well this'll be great for the drive in. It's an old station wagon. And that thing is three tons of American steel, man, you can that's not you know, you can lay on the roof. Nothing's going to happen and Mike is would not get in that car. Into the drive in at these in the city of industry. No, this is I know that Dr in. Yeah. This is a straight shot fifty minutes east and the last time we were there. We saw the Meg which is a great movie to see if the drive in. Now, I don't really need to hear it to hear it in not yet. Not. It's nothing. Nothing is lost. If it's if the if the dialogue is a bit inaudible. Yeah. My whole life is my attempt to recreate the childhood that I wish I had my house is built in and to that end. It's all like really great stuff from nineteen sixty six. You know, what does that entail? So stay drive in my house was built in sixty six that was not intentional. I just had to be. But it's it's decorated that, you know, it looks like bewitched it looks like you just went into which it's very mid century modern. And there's a lot of great stuff. And like, I take my kids to go carts. We go to the drive in. I like to go to Cindy's in eagle rock, which is a great like mid-century restaurant. And it just like I don't dress that way, I'm not, you know, weird about fetishistic about it. But we're flame shirts. No. And I don't have a totem pole from the planet of the apes movies. I don't have a totem pole. I could get one in twenty four hours. But you know, but it's funny. I saw those movies at the drive in him in the new ones came out. I'm like guys we're going to the drive in to see it. But but it was just like to see plan to the apes on the drive in marquee was such a big deal to me. What do you think about those new ones? They are..

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That us no problems in the past. Now, of course, every communities go even the Irish cat at work, I get it. But what about the why the Jews doing well, you know what? Teen sixty? Seven blacks couldn't even marry whites in this country. Not nineteen twenty seven in sixteen states. They were denied because people use religious arguments, deny people enough. Disgraceful, and that's why, and it's completely fair game doing now. I mean. A lot of Jewish families doing well. A lot of family struggling really sent the check vice of shore every down cross the board. People are struggling, everyone, unemployment lights, Americans of all types, all race, ethnicity, all sexual intake, all my gosh, eight really cared about these people on the real problem, which is families. Families are profoundly important. Okay. And you're. Your families. I agree. I don't know. I wish it was that simple flexible. I think it's absolutely critical. I agree with you tonight. It's simple. Father stay home, raise your family. Yeah. Do your homework with your kids put an emphasis on education like that? Use like the Asians, and let's see what happens to the problem and twenty just what I don't like. What I don't like is then the surgeon within the statement, it's what you're not to suggest. Tino community doesn't value those same things. I just don't accept that. Well, they don't value it to the extent that some other groups. Yeah, that you're the physics back me. Well, I think it's a much more complex issue that's not that complex at all. That was fifty minutes of, that's one of the most. I don't know if this is being filmed up, but I was literally twisted out of my chair I've that was that was unbelievable. You can go the listen to fifty minutes because I do a species of that every night. So I know exactly what that is for still. That was like shockingly great. It's it. And I wish I had the balls to say some things you just said a. b. he is fireproof. There's literally nothing you trapped him three separate times in a logic cul de sac. He couldn't get out any whip shot and he's like, no, that's absolutely right and yet. But wait, you just know you're absolutely make a really complicated house more complicate. Well, it's just nothing you said could pull him off his tone of like totally zanex out, like children are future bullshit. Oh my God. He is the. He is a literally if people still sold snake oil with Gavin Newsom with sell it. But he uses all. Hair. So it has no product anymore to push, but he is, let's what happened. Insane got off the air when you. I mean, what did he say you? Did? He recognize it. That was like him immolating. I mean, there's again, you heard three minutes. There's another forty seven minutes, but how was it after like there were no microphone? He doesn't. He doesn't care his. His thing is will never come back here again. Like you know, people say all the time when Gavin Newsom coming back into never doesn't. He can't because his are. His arguments aren't sustainable. That's arguments. They're surgeons and so he can go on huff PO, all he wants and excel because no one ever will push back. He started by ask. He started his tirade by saying, he's tired of the predatory check cashing places, preying on black and Hispanic. And I said, why is it that they're preying on blacks and Hispanics? Why are blacks and Hispanics using these places? And he said they don't have access to high d. I said, why? Why don't they have access ide- and then it just sort of spun out from there, but you you listen, a lot of ad visceral interviews, no. I gotten into it with with a few people on a on a few occasions, but. Most people or many people that think like avenue. Some don't wanna come in here. What I have to not after that, not. Oh, again, that I mean, that must be Kim live in ever heard that before..

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"And then there's sometimes those default pretty dumb, and it's like, you get a phone, you know, and you get the phone for the first time you like turn it on. It's got like a default wallpaper, and it's got into fault ring. Tone. It's got fault, you know, set of apps on the home strain, and some of those defaults make sense, you know, the ringtones usually pretty good. But this might not be best. It'd be the one you choose the wallpaper might be okay. But it might not really fit you. And you know, the APs it on the home screen probably reflect more about what the manufacturer like really wants to push at you. You know, like like apple often has like their their latest and greatest app like home their home app, that's on the home screen site for most of us. Probably doesn't make sense that we have smart home that's compatible with less. That's not the majority of us yet. It's on the home straight. So these default sometimes you can see what they are. They're very easy to see in tech products exist. Elsewhere exist in our work culture. They exist in our larger culture dislike are sort of social culture and a lot of them. Don't make sense when you examine a lot of them are kind of crazy. So at work. There's this default that if somebody sends me an Email, I should reply all I should answer quickly. I can't you know. And it doesn't actually matter if it's an Email or slack messages. It doesn't matter has tried to get on top of that as fast as I can that's the default for most work cultures. And if somebody puts a meeting on my calendar, I I should go to you know, in meetings should be thirty to sixty minutes because when you click on the calendar, that's the default it snaps to thirty or sixty minutes. Doesn't matter if it's a small conversation or we're trying to kick off this giant project. Maybe really that should take a week or, you know, we we need to make an agreement something that we possibly could have come to talking to each other in the kitchen like, it's it's thirty minutes or sixty minutes, and it's very easy to set up recurring meetings. And we think we should have recurring meetings. And we think that fault is I should I should fill up my forty hours or my hopefully, it's just forty but I should fill up my forty hours. So she give that to the company, and I should be as efficient as possible play tetris with my calendar packet as well as I can then I'm being full busy and productive. Those are the defaults, and they're crazy. They actually get in the way of. Doing what's the most important? So now, you know, kind of looking through that lens at the design sprint, you know. I think that that those ideas of defaults, they affect our ability to do the things we care about as individuals, and they also stand in the way of doing really purposeful effective work as teams you have a great graphic in the boot that the shoes calendar. From Dayton, a five days a week my calendar. Yeah. Yeah. I've experienced that for for many years. And it's interesting because there is sometimes a thing you go to thirty minute meeting and the conversation may be wrapped up ten fifty minutes. And you find yourself like fill in the tame this still, you know, like, you try and Fain things to talk about two straight to, you know, which is crazy. And and you know, what I'm sure how many of us have had that experience of being in the meeting and realizing like I don't really need to like to be here. Yeah. Was the solution? What's the solution for those fact goners there, you know? Honestly, I I don't think I'll be I'll be candid. I don't think people are gonna read make time and then magically of an empty calendar. I wish that that were the case, I hope that some folks who have the authority to experiment with their their teams counters will will read this and think like wait that is crazy, but the promise of make. Time is even if your calendar looks like that if you do some of the tactics in this book to create some space for yourself, and you put what you know to be the most important thing I each day. And I don't mean like literally like I have to do less than just do the most important to do in the morning before..

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"By giving that first of all, I went all the way across New York City and what a, what a and I in meetings that day. How dare you? It was funny. It was good. You read enough tell which was actually just a laptop, right? It was a left. Oh, oh my God. It was so low budget, but everybody there. I don't know if it was clear was freaking out because all those, you know, they're all just dudes that love Bill Simmons though. So many dudes love Bill Simmons. Number one question. Everybody asks me what's Bill Simmons like that's can't be dickhead. Years, be the number. You're like, like, don't you listen to talk for hours? Haven't you done that for years? You know exactly what he's like. No, it's funny. I was joking with you about how we are going to have our sell out morning show someday. Oh yes, actually made the select Laura show. We didn't invite us get up. Was our show show what were they doing? We could. Years, redesign Kathy Lee, so ready to do that show with you? Boy, we would have done a totally different than how get up as I, I, yes, coffee. The first fifty minutes tired. We wear. Yeah. Retire. We would've sat chairs, but no desk because there's no desk region calculated desk. They would have said like wiring us, Damant honor, airs like, why are you talking about the Philly Atlanta game? Because we were talking about the half and half in the concert. That's just sort of been. Then we go to a break. They would have been mad. Yeah. Hey, maybe something. I don't know if I could wear makeup. I don't know do mornings. I don't know if I could keep doing this podcast because it's like. Yeah. The problem with this tried because you've got one of those fans that makes no noise. Why is this? What meets a ton of noise that that's a Dyson, right? And it's supposed to make noise how many minutes are we at. Oh, great. Wrap it up five show enough. It's on Wednesday, te'o called the PIN. Plus I went nine. You cook on the ESPN OTT thing now get if you have ESPN insider, which is nice. You quick the watch, which is a TV screen yet. All these shows come up in very clearly. It says always late with Katie Nolan me, why is it thirty two minutes. So that was an accident. We didn't show properly, but it should be. It's going to be twenty two to twenty eight twenty year we can get away with. It's actually harder for me to make less content than it is to make more, but we didn't get to rehearse that show because of things. And so watching it back could cut that Kush shorten that could've done that. So you know, show number one, I feel okay. How without went, have you been on every ESPN talking head show? I haven't been on for stake. I haven't been on get up. I haven't been on that might be it. No, I haven't been on around the horn. Because they've asked me, but I said, I don't think I don't think I fit in around the horn because if I'm next to somebody and they like even just digitally next to somebody and they say something stupid, I wanna be able to say, are you kidding me talk about it instead of having to then go to me for my prepackaged, I don't have.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on DLC

DLC

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on DLC

"There's there are a lot of really prime candidates for story of the week, Aaron, your guest to get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week? I think the the biggest thing everyone's been talking about is the cyberpunk twenty seventy seven fifty minutes of footage that was released. You guys probably thought at three. I'm not sure I hadn't seen it at all. So it was really, really interesting for me to finally get. You know, I've alls on it and see how insane it looks. I'd love to hear what you guys and if you actually did see it. Yeah, I saw an e three and we talked about it on the show in detailed, but it was just us talking about it and trying to relate all of the details and it's hard to relate forty eight forty, eight minutes of footage verbally. It's so cool that finally see project red has now released what was pretty much exactly the e-3 behind closed doors demo now, online Christian? Did you get a chance to watch it, or did you sort of skim through it, or what did you see? I, yeah, I skimmed through it. I did not watch all of it. I pretty much only watch the part where the f bomb was dropped everything. So you watched all. Oh yeah, watch all of it. Now I I watched most of, but not all of it. It's impressive. So I have a question for you, and I think I know the answer, but I want to ask it to you out loud. Now when you were behind closed doors, was this game actually being played or is this a well produced video that looks like it's being played? I, it was actually being played. I was literally sitting next to the guy holding the controller, and I often looked at him a Ben and I were both then Silverman and I was on the show with us that we, we were sitting next to each other and then to my right was the guy holding the controller and I watched him play it. I mean, I pinged my is back and forth on the screen. It was pretty clear that he was playing it, but of course. While that is impressive. That doesn't mean they were playing a full version of the game, like certain doors couldn't be opened probably or what he's playing through. But the way these things work is that when when a thing is live played like that, the person who is driving it does four hundred test drives and gets down exactly. The moves are going to do step by step is almost like watching a game done quick except that the goal isn't to be quick. It's to be impressive. And so these guys are very well trained to do exactly what needs to be done to not break anything to be as cool as possible that isn't to take anything away from the demo, but that is how these things are orchestrated. Yes, but it is stunning. I mean, the amount of detail in the world in the environment texts on, you know, rusted away signs or chalkboards labels on food items and litter scattered throughout wind and walking through plastic curtains to show you. You the way it ripples as you walk through it like that was intentional. You know, you could definitely could've walked around half of the curtains they, they walked through the lighting change from inside to outside, even just initially on the first few minutes when they go out onto the balcony for a rescue squad to come in. And then later in the demo where you're going through this dark hallway and the greens. And then I think v turns a corner and it's like a yellow light kind of floods. The place base. Absolutely stunning. That said it is. It is grotesque in a way that I don't mean the nudity that brass or the f. bombs, but it is a version of cyberpunk that is. Not uncommon, but not. I mean, it is it's it's frightening..

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"That i relate to so hard in the movie which is when you're at home and you don't have anything to do the idea of going out on the road is like insanity who is that plan for but then as soon as you get there you're like who is that other guy i'm breathing i'm alive again i mean i've stood at terminals getting ready to a fly going i'm going to cancel this flight i'm not going to go like at the beginning of a tour in year and just been like if i don't show up what's who's going to what it is hey here i am the brother tell we're just gonna shit on this right that's the last fifty minutes the on the phone with my wife considered saying i'm coming home at literally thirty minutes after the plane takes off i'm like yes boom boom make that polls is going on that man split personnel none the bad way no because i feel like a better father for yeah i feel like a better husband for it i realized i'm going out to feel i l i don't always say e els to feel that part of me that needs to be filled to to come back right and be there good and any valerie my wife who you met at that jeb briefly you're so kind to take she loves you guys so much she's listening to this right now she touches her pregnant belly i'm thinking of the future future yeah but she what were we just saying phil oh to fill the part that needs be with people like us understand that when i she can i tell you you're gonna fall in love with valerie now she'll diagnose that i'm low and she.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on KNSS

"Fifty minutes later these phenomenon these reddish yellow ball starts to appear and donalds mammy speculations what's happening there the headquarters was receiving these reports from the commander of the regimens before beach was retired generals long rich she was the commander of the time of the regimen and at one point she actually decided to try some specs that's was so there are also suspecting that's maybe somebody is watching the airports so that is how somebody would know that the planes are taking off and that's would be the explanation of these fifty million guests so once you decided to go with the complete radio silence them tell anyone about his plan to stockton you'll twentyfive immediately and she made the decision and so they could see would this phenomenon appear again and actually appeared so somehow it's always knew when they are flying and wendy's fifty minutes gap would bash so he tried to intercepted but we have to consider that this was coke it was subsonic jet airplane so the maximum speed was about eight hundred kilometers per hour and she couldn't do much they secret doubt that they put 'em approach this phenomenon beyond ten minutes or about six miles roughly so they had to make a decision because these phenomena was really joining them as was affecting the wide spills pilots were speculating bringing all sorts of problems and they decided to oscar health rights plea for help and that's actually minded meal though day to programming christopher mellon whereas you mentioned also when these incidents happening around strike groups they had a plea for south i should investigate this day connotes right yeah and they ask the help from elites the airplane units the which was located around belgrade's on the military airports but i need sun and they're they have made twenty one right supersonic airplane completely different domain now and they requested four airplanes to come for help so they could beckham inspect what was coming there and they received special mission and i actually i was the first guy who actually located and discovered to pilots from that special mission which were even mom each and each month easy to locate them but i was somehow good connections they gave me the number and even wellrespected she also is a counselor in vietnam on the flight simulators all although he's retired but she's still working oxy's job and the so i was able to human when she explained to me everything was company so they actually received orders to intercept and down if possible this ufo also the story and right and the day flew from belgrade and the secret mission they flew very long so they would sort of sneak there so because these phenomena was obviously knew these five spend their happening somehow we knew and the first day when they arrived so they were ready and again they the first group of fair plants would again to cough was these training flights and these were now the base so the job their job wants to be in the air around again sixty minutes when the phenomenon appears david land and then the supersonic makes twenty one would take over the situation exactly that's that's what happens again so the training group plans and.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on KTRH

"Fifty minutes later these phenomenon these reddish yellow ball start to appear and darrow's many speculations what's happening there the headquarters was receiving these reports from the commander of the regimens beach was retired generals long which he was the commander rather time of the regimen and the one point she actually decided to try to specs that's was so there were also suspecting that maybe somebody is watching the airports so that is how somebody would know that their planes are taking off and that would be an explanation of this fifty million guess so once she decided to go with the complete radio silence he didn't tell anyone about she's plan to start new twenty five immediately and she made decision and so they could see would this phenomenon appear again and actually it's a fear so somehow it's always when flying and wendy's fifty minutes gap would bash so he tried to intercepted but we have to consider that this was coca it was subsonic jet airplane so the maximum speed was about eight hundred kilometers per hour and she couldn't do much they think that they could approach this phenomenon beyond ten minutes are about six miles roughly so they had to make a decision because these phenomena was really joining them as was affecting the wide spills pilots were speculating bringing all sorts of problems and they decided to ask for help and that's actually reminded me about days programming fist full mellon whereas you mentioned also when these incidents was happening around strike groups they play for shop right investigate these stay connotes right yeah and they ask the help from e the airplane units which was located around belgrade's on the military airports but i need some and they're they have a make twenty one right supersonic airplane completely different domain now and they requested four airplanes to come for help so they could beckham inspects vote happening there and they received special mission and i actually i was the first guy who actually located and discovered to filers from that special mission which were even mommy and even it was not easy to locate them but i was somehow with good connections they gave me the number and even wellrespected the she also is a counselor in vietnam on the five simulated i although he's retired but she's to watching oxygen for job and the so i was able to interview human she explained to me everything was happening so they actually received orders to intercept and shop down if possible these ufo of the story could and right and the day flew from belgrade and seems a secret mission they flew very long so they would sort of sneak there so because these phenomena was obviously no these five spend their happening somehow always knew and the first day when they arrived so they were ready and again they the first group of fair plants again to cough these these training air flights and these were now debase so the job they job wants to be in the air around again sixty minutes when the phenomenon appears david land and then the supersonic makes plenty one would take over the situation exactly that's that's was what happens again so the training grow plants and now even manage takes off rides and the she's plan was that she will not fly too fast because again they knew that they couldn't approach closer than six months so he's flying steadily we sort of subsonic speeds and as soon she approaches six miles then this is he's moments not right so he has a plan she turns on the after burners and immediately makes takes off with very now big speeds to watch the phenomena and actually she's planned for very soon keep us into range of the turmos cape fourteen rockets we think for red homing navigation and she heard the tone in their playing that was the signal that day that she has walk and that she can now defy this rockets which was sparked a peace mission ride to shut down this intrusion and then this is now interesting the story now he goes he goes over the radio to air traffic control and she says okay guys i have a long waiting for mission to fire and they oppose on the radio and it seems they call them now decides right that was the mission but somehow who knows what's happening dad fussy controller were discussing things and she was saying again guys please i asking permission the phenomenon is flying off from me and they couldn't make a decision and phenomena very quickly lows off again again and so.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Story the simple drowning in the state this week lynn police say a two year old boy has drowned in a pool on boston street he was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead an investigation is underway in mill beret divers recovered the body of a missing kayaker family members say two men were out on dorothy pond looking for some fishing gear they had lost on thursday when one of them dove into the water and did not resurface district seven dive team chief stephen coleman we recovered the victim approximately fifty minutes from the time we were notified he was found one hundred and ten feet from shore the man's name has not been released boston's mayor is supporting those in the north end who do not want a starbucks in their neighborhood mayor marty walsh says he's encouraging the applicant to withdraw the proposal for the coffee shop on hanover street restaurant owner damian diplo spoke with wbz tv corporate america's not going to bully us and hopefully after this stance all the neighborhoods in boston when they think something's wrong and not moral and they need to protect small business name will stand up no comment yet from starbucks or the developer mosquitoes test positive for west nile virus for the first time this season in boston the mosquito pull tested in jamaica plain no human cases of west nile so far this year in the city there were none last year in sports the red sox beat the royals tend to five don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty thinking of buying or selling a home think foreign.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Well we caught up with a couple of weeks ago at alton park in the bsp product because some interesting things to say you might want to check that out outside and also team owner of mission racing russell owen is on the show as well coming up in the next well within the hour i'd say a good fifty minutes and also we chat to gino ria making his will superbike debut this no well he's he's racing g with o j this weekend in yes oh mg racing in donnington this weekend we'll be hearing from him and his teammate writing in the stock thousand bent looks than that's all coming up this is the superbike show money's lester and kiko is here yeah moto gp rumors than and well what massive rumor is is that unless he's totally verified and completely true and definitely not pierced on at all but marquez is going to be racing at least trying out a formula one car yeah not the first to have that privilege halloween's i've tested the mercedes renovator versi pecking six ferrari writer at driver for so not the first joe i don't think i think tested develop that bike how that works but now marcus has got contract twenty twenty now he wouldn't leave show to go and do at one now you'll name on this make your more 'cause f one do quite long periods of contracts and are not ideal for years really not really no they they use read full used to depending on how good the driver is obviously you wanna keep your best ones tied down in a big long contracts marquette's i would say is one of them sorts of talents where you would want to keep them tied down into a big long contracts however the has been recently in motorsport in general not just in in cars or or in bikes there's been a lot more big names moving from one big championship to another big championship just for one off racist.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

"We're going to the game tomorrow near place asleep so they're casino actually close so we closed the casino slept on dave the king wilson's floor yeah flew back the next day went to the game and oh well and we we figure we've got to make time from saint pete to miami not knowing that every fifty minutes are going so i'm peeing in a milk jug we're flying through alligator alley we were running through the airport and so i was gone from home for maybe thirty hours max but that whole adventure yeah slough win where does the bahamas closed down a casino attack the miami went to the game back to the airport and home wow off now but he does it like dog ladies and gentlemen we haven't even talked about your vegas ventures i love vegas i know you love being just loves me yeah are you down well here's the deal in the old days you used to be able to go to vegas and you could pretty much stay for free pretty much eat for free if you were gambling and always drink for free it just turns out there so three thousand dollar cover charge that they don't tell you about yeah but yeah i've been going out there for twenty five years i go the first weekend the ncw tournament with all my buddy still do still sell the same jokes the same stories with the same guys same cigars your best weekend of the year.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on WEEI

"The doctors all the trainers get all the medical history do all the very exhaustive medical examinations of these players in a one location every in for every bit of the information is shared and then obviously interpreted as each dr sees fit but that's how it was done why it was started which we did at one year in tampa we did at one year in phoenix we did at one year new orleans we settle the fourth year in indianapolis it worked because of the central location of the convention center and we used to be the rca dome now look oil you've got all the hotels it i mean all walking distance people on mental even at need a car once you get to the you're hotels every including hotels are connected to the convention center in lucas all that you don't even into getting the cold weather you can go from one place to the other so it's it's very centrally located wouldn't be surprised if they moved at one day the los angeles at the nfl west as they say but it's also convenient because his players are coming from all parts of the country indianapolis has pretty much centrally located aside from the medicals if you're taking the rest of the ten percent of the ten percent that's not the medicals i would say the interviews are the second most important although apparently you only get fifteen minutes per player as opposed to on when i was running it we didn't have the media there and they now because you've got much less time with them you to get fifty minutes with the player you can't get a whole lot done in the interviews but chicken schedule times rather interviews a outside of that the the other thing mitch changed a lot is when the nfl network came into two birth obviously owned by the league they looked and say hey this is a great marketing to the super bowls done in the.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And logan on koa newsradio step up cetera dave logan with broncos quarterback trevor simeon as we uh or about fifty minutes away from the broncos and the charges big big game did you have a chance to see uh last thursday night the raiders and the chiefs in in the way that game in did it if you did have you ever see the game in in that fashion what a finish on me now really cool to watch at that point you know or or watch in phnom were on the universities like everybody else so guy guys talking about a gruesome great situational football came up to so good stuff to learn from but yeah just really cool to watch let let me take you back to what today's game you've got to be without emmanuel sanders isaiah mckinsey who's been a nice addition certainly in the return game and and you could see that might mccoy's trend war kim in gradually in the office you're going to be without those two guys how will that impact what you have to get deng today it'll it'll certainly change kind of congress scheme a little bit your immune you're talking about one of the better supervision you're gonna manual on a guy who's taken on a bigger role and we're getting a more and more involved so i'm going to miss those guys no doubt but excited about the guys we have stepped in abu put a lot of football for us and shoot on me last week towards the end of the game was uh me jordan benny adrian environment in their twominute drill so we we are confidence and everybody and we feel good on just about anybody i've heard you say before the derby got a lot of working with with some of these guys back even when pai was here your first year because you're throwing after practice your throwing scout team stuff how much does that sort of impact where you work today in terms of your confidence with these guys work does it huge i think come you know as far as reps and as a quarterback just reading body earn richer of receivers obscene how they see the game and.

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"fifty minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"fifty minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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