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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

"Been rewarded that way. Daniel are drawn. For Daniel and other formerly incarcerated students, this is a major accomplishment. But there are still some big questions. Where will Daniel work? How will we make money? At Pitzer, he's had the chance to rethink what his life is for. It's not just a life without crime. It's a life with purpose. But I want to do something meaningful. I could probably get a job at a warehouse doing something on them, but in part it doesn't have any kind of meaning behind it, so. But after dozens of job applications, so far, Daniel only has a stack of rejections for full-time employment. He knows going forward that just having a college degree, even from a school like Pitzer, might not be enough to overcome his prison record, and the traumas of his past. Hell, I was raised in what had happened and there's no getting around it. Everything that happened in my life is a shape being like who I've become. And honestly it takes shift like I love being me. I really do. No, I was just got to embrace it. That's very wise. Yeah. Still working on some of it. In the meantime, he says college gave him the tools and the information to navigate a world. Where you have to keep going. Even when there are setbacks and delays. Alyssa ad warney, NPR news, Claremont, California. Alyssa and I, I mean, it seems like we talked about everything having to do with that series. For instance, did you notice that Alyssa left out the details of Daniel's crimes? I asked her about that. And did you hear the part where she says Daniel grew up in a dysfunctional family? How she fact checked that. I asked her. If you're curious about those aspects of her reporting, the answers as well as a screenshot of the spreadsheet she so jazzed about are at the post for this episode of sound school. See, I almost botched it. I almost said how sound again. So I'll start that over. If you're curious about those aspects of her reporting, the answers, as well as a screenshot of the spreadsheet she's so jazzed about or at the post for this episode of sound school had transom dot

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

06:49 min | 3 months ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

"Along. Yeah, either you parked there. But family is family. And Daniel hasn't seen his in a long time. You ready for this? Yeah. So, on the same day, he was released from prison after he visits campus. Hey, little man. His mother, Virginia greets him. Her arm around Daniel's 11 year old son, who he hasn't seen in more than a year. He's going to school, baby. He's going to be a college graduate. One of Daniel's challenges, like many people getting out of prison, will be resisting the pull of his past. Home, family, for Daniel, it's associated with gangs, drugs, and pain. The tattoos on his arms, his neck, are a constant reminder. And one he's determined to shed. It is not even art. It's just like game tattoos. Daniel tells his mom going to an elite college like pizza, offers a totally different world. I try to explain to you how life-changing it is, but she's excited for Daniel. She even has a Pitzer bumper sticker on her car. But she's also worried about old influences, his old homeboys. They could derail him. You've got to stay focused. She tells him. And it's up to you to finish for yourself and for your son. 'cause look at there's no homeboys here. Consider Alyssa's situation. She recorded many interviews with Daniel, interviews with everyone else in his life. Lots of scenes, and I should mention she filed additional stories about other incarcerated people in this prison education program. So that's a lot of files and a lot of characters and a lot of story. I think Alyssa was most excited when I asked her about the most nerdy of subjects, information management. A good friend at embedded gave us this wonderful spreadsheet. It's an in Google Spreadsheets and we kept that updated with every audio file and then what the audio file contained. One thing that Lauren and I have really perfected for a three minute hit on morning edition or this two year project is as soon as you're done getting tape from an interview from a scene, we talk about it. We don't listen back yet, the first thing we do actually, this is a side note, but we interviewed a brain scientist who told us that there's this thing called the two things rule. That basically like when you're studying or when you read something, the two things that you recall first are probably going to be the most important. Like the two things that like when you're done talking to someone and you would like call your mom about those are probably the most important for the listener. So ever since we did this interview with this brain scientist, Lauren and I do essentially the two things rule, which is as soon as we're done with an interview, as soon as we're done recording a scene, we write down what we think is the best tape. We took out the notebook, sometimes we opened our cell phones and just did a voice memo, so it would be recorded somewhere, our conversation about the tape. And then we put that from the notebook or from the voice memo, we'd put that into the Google spreadsheet. Then you can search it for keywords. Okay, when was the moment that Daniel talked about his tattoos, you searched the spreadsheet for the word tattoos, boom. It's in this wave file on November 15th, and it's in this wave file in December. It was a lifesaver. On top of all the stress and doing the readings and writing papers. What's the progress on that right now? Daniel's navigating visits from his parole officer. So campus life is good, so far. Yeah, meeting people. He's making sure Daniel's hanging out with the right people. Avoiding interactions with the police. I'm gonna test you. And getting him to pee in a cup for a drug test. You're good, right? Yeah, okay. Daniel knows his tendency is to retreat when he gets overwhelmed or nervous. So I'm just trying to like get out of my comfort zone. He tries rock climbing, he's gone hiking, and he's found real joy at a club. He'd never imagined himself in. Ballroom dancing. Three times already? Tangle or something? And then we had a waltz. Yeah. What was that like? Intimidating because I only danced like when I'm alone, like goofing around and stuff. When we visit him right before finals, even Daniel's appearance has changed. This way lighter. He's been undergoing treatments to remove his tattoos. His forearms normally covered in dark black ink are now a soft gray. But I just wish it was off already. By the end of the semester, Daniel finishes with nearly all as. A more confident student and more confident and comfortable human being. This may, he collected his bachelor's degree, the first in his family to do so. Daniel are on. The graduation scene is not the end of the two part series, but it was the end of reporting for Alyssa. An obvious final plot point. From there, she needed to write the story. Take all the tape and notes in the spreadsheet and build a narrative. The process of getting it from graduation and then you actually have to sit down and write. I just, it was excruciating. I just want to say that on the record. It was so hard. Why? Just so hard to condense so much tape into something that added up to a story. I mean, the best piece of advice I have was just like the having an outline, plotting out kind of the journey of the narrative, and then figuring out the elements, the tape that fit into each bucket on the journey was the only way that it went from just a whole big bucket of tape to something to then start to mold into eventually what it became. I think about the outline before I even report. On small and on large projects, I mean, it goes back to what we were talking about of like knowing kind of when to jump on the plane. It's always going to change, like it's never actually what the outline I set out with is. But when I start to report a story, I'm thinking about kind of the elements that I need for a narrative. From the beginning. Yeah, the key I feel like is to not report a kind of fill in the blank story. Here's my outline. Oh, now I'm going to go get the tape that serves the outline, right? Yeah. That's a struggle. It is a struggle, but I think if you go in without thinking deeply about the story, I think you're absolutely right to be open to change and it's not just like a drag and drop, but without any guide, it's never, I've never

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

06:32 min | 3 months ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

"Overwhelming. He's still kind of in shock. Freedom hasn't really set in for the 40 year old. I thought any minute they're going to be like, oh, never mind go back to the buildings. Yeah. And then we're going to be like, never mind, we're not going home today. Waiting for him at the prison gates, not family or friends. You're a full-time student, and you want to kind of stay in that kind of mindset. But one of his college professors, Nigel Boyle. Was like really inspiring for a lot of you guys. They were like, that shows the commitment of the school has two of you guys. Yeah, but you know, okay, puts us a small college. We do these kinds of things first since then you're our students now. So they're in Boyle's beat up red minivan, headed to Pitzer's campus in clermont, the liberal arts college where Daniel's been taking college classes for the past few years from prison. Third, yeah, prison term. Unfortunately. So this is the third time you've been released. So does this feel different from the other two times? Yeah, I mean, the whole experience has been doing my whole mindset too, like I'm not the same person that went in. That person that went in, grew up in Fontana, California, about an hour from LA. I guess crime was all always present from, I guess, from birth, I guess. My home was like a hangout den. Daniel says his grandfather and his father both spent time in prison. His mother struggled with addiction and his grandmother raised him. He recalls joining a gang when he was 12. A decision that made him feel safe, protected. He got a high school diploma, the first in his family in a juvenile detention facility, and spent much of his adulthood doing time in prison. His most recent offense was a domestic violence charge. It's shameful to talk about, I did that. I'm embarrassed by it. I didn't want to do it. I don't know, just maybe my emotions division at the time wasn't there and I had issues to work through him. When he looks back, he guesses he had the maturity of a 5 year old. But then, in that third stint in prison, a rare opportunity came along. He started taking college classes. All right, so group one, wrong, Daniel Joseph. If y'all can come on down and occupy. That's where producer Lauren magaki and I first met Daniel. In the fall of 2020, over Zoom, at the California rehabilitation center, a medium security prison. Daniel is raising his hand. He was interested on the Daniel was taking classes in philosophy, religion, and writing from Pitzer college, working his way towards a degree in organizational studies. From understanding patriarchy that we should make note of here. Yeah, I got one. Oh, yeah, let's hear it. So calculating patriarchal values in their kids even before the there are very few colleges that offer degrees inside prisons. Since the federal government has for the last quarter century, banned federal money to help pay for it. Daniel's opportunity to pursue a bachelor's degree from prison was a rare one. I still feel like I'm worthy of all this opportunity. What did I do? Why there's thousands of people littering in prison that are waiting for the same opportunity and it's like, it's overwhelming. So you spent two years with Daniel reporting the story. How did you know what to record and what not to record? Oh my gosh, that's the hardest question. I mean, my instinct is to record everything. And we really did. I mean, we recorded a lot. We recorded stuff that we knew was never going to be in. In the thing. But you just in the moment, you're kind of like afraid that once you turn off the recorder, something's going to happen, and I just felt like if I have permission to be rolling all the time, I'm going to be rolling all the time. And I'm going to take excellent notes and I'm going to have this amazing spreadsheet and Lauren and I are going to stay on top of the tape that we collect and we're going to be constantly talking about what we just got and where this could fit in the story. And that's going to kind of protect us from being perhaps over recorders. If I understand correctly, you're based on the east coast. That's right. And his story is unfolding on the West Coast. So I totally understand that when you show up, you're going to record everything, like just, you know, will make more tape. You just keep recording, you know, kind of a thing, right? Yeah. But you have to decide if you're going to fly out there. So I guess what I'm looking for is you had to figure out which plot points to record, which events to record. Like if he was going to go for a vacation, I'm making this up. But if he was going to go on a vacation, you know, would you record that? Would you not record that? I'm trying to figure out how you made the decision to actually get your mic in front of him. So I will say one thing, we're kind of constantly in touch with Nigel. There are adviser. Many of their professors talking to them over Zoom talking to them on the phone regularly. So we're very clued in even if we're not in California, we know what's happening in their lives. And I would say the same with family. We are reporting this regularly and frequently, even though we're not in California. So that's one thing that really helped us decide when is it necessary to fly? So a lot of the tape in the piece is also from these conversations that we're having. It's not all from just being in California. It's from our check ins. You know, just touching base. And then, yeah, then it did take a lot of foresight of planning out, okay, what are the most important things for our story? Or if nothing is specifically happening, when is it important to be there in terms of what's going on in their lives or what's going on in the semester. So I'll take you back to some of those moments. I mean, certainly getting out of prison, anything where it was like he's going to meet with a parole officer or moving into an apartment or getting a tattoo removed, something like that that felt like an obvious element of the story that really moved

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

07:04 min | 3 months ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on HowSound

"From PRX and transom. This is no longer how sound, so let me start over. From PRX and transom, this is how old habit. From PRX and transom, this is sound school podcast. The backstory to great audio storytelling. I'm rob Rosenthal. And I should probably explain my confusion. I'm a teacher. I've been teaching audio reporting and storytelling since 2000. I launched the radio program at the salt institute for documentary studies that year, and I taught there for over a decade. Later, in 2011, with the crew at transom, we started the transom story workshop in Woods hole, Massachusetts. So for a long time, I've taught workshops here in the states and around the world for new and emerging producers, as well as experienced radio and podcast makers. It's possible you listen to my former students. They work at radio lab and this American life and NPR and criminal in 99% invisible and rough translation and they also work at radio stations. I mean, they're everywhere. Watch your back. And even though I'm teaching less now and working more as a story editor, I'm still a teacher. It's in my blood, and that's where this podcast comes in. I've produced how sound for PRX and transom since 2011. Damn, that's like over a day. That is over a decade. I've been interviewing reporters and producers and editors and sound designers and sound artists and field recorders. Everyone about the craft of audio storytelling. Here's another list. I've interviewed people like Roman Mars, said Dijon Thomas, Nina totenberg. Joey Shah, Megan tan, Al lets and Phoebe judge Chad abroad. I've interviewed. I mean, I'm going to stop there because I've produced over 275 episodes of house sound, and I'd be here all day listing everyone. You should head over to transom dot org and comb through the archive to find them all. But now, 11 years after starting house sound, we've decided to give how sound a new look and a new name. Yeah, spruce things up a bit. Maybe attract some new listeners with a name that more accurately describes the podcast. So starting with this episode, how sound is now the sound school podcast. Everything's still the same. It's still produced by PRX and transom. I'm still the host, and I'll still dig into the ins and outs of audio storytelling. So let's do just that. My name is Alyssa nad warney. I am a correspondent at NPR. Alyssa's beat is education. She says that's meant reporting a lot of short news pieces for NPR, but she's also had a bunch of opportunities to stretch out. Education is a wonderful beat in that there are so many good features. Alyssa has reported on education in prisons quite a few times, and she'll tell you, I think any journalist will tell you, gaining access to prisons is not easy. There's a high bar for approval. And each state has its own set of rules. For example, according to the reporters committee for the freedom of the press, South Carolina won't allow face to face interviews with prisoners. Other states require approval from department heads, other states mandate victims be notified and approve the request. Of course, the status of the prisoner plays a role. Are they on death row? Are they in solitary confinement? If so, access may not be permitted. So in short, there's no guarantee a prison will grant permission for a reporter to interview and incarcerated person. Recording in prisons became even more of a challenge during COVID. But Alyssa discovered a silver lining. She was invited to an event sponsored by the California rehabilitation center. That's a medium security prison. They were announcing a new education program with Pitzer college for incarcerated people online. And I zoomed in and it was kind of like, wow, Zoom has given me access to these 11 guys who are serving longer terms in prison, getting a college degree, and I was on that zoom. This is fall 2020, I was on that zoom for about two hours just talking to these guys. They had set up a camera in the prison. And because it's COVID, like the warden is also on Zoom. All the professors on the outside are on Zoom. Here I am, my little square and PR reporter on Zoom. This chance meeting started Alyssa on a two year reporting effort. She didn't know it at the time. She didn't even have a story in mind when she sat in the meeting in her little square on the screen. So the big question I have actually, I more than one question, how did attending this random meeting turn into a two part series on morning edition on NPR? And how did Alyssa navigate the challenges following a story for that long? And winnowing it down to two 7 minute pieces. To begin, even though Alyssa didn't know what the story was going to be when she started. She did know this. The 1994 crime Bill barred incarcerated people from using federal pell grants to pay for college. And she had been hearing rumors in 2020 that Congress was considering lifting that ban. Maybe that could be a news hook for this story. Whatever it turns out to be, so she dove in. She started following several incarcerated people in the Pitzer program. And a few months later, one of the students, Daniel Duran, learned he was leaving prison. When elissa heard the news, that's when she and her colleague, Lauren magaki felt they had a story on their hands with Daniel. Well, I think there's two parts that make it a story and make it a radio story. So I guess the first part is I've done a number of stories about education in prison and they're very similar in terms of like the beats of the story. This felt different. You've got to now do the transition. What is the value of having gone to college in prison? If you go out and you haven't completed your degree, like does it make a difference? I mean, that was just a huge question that the previous stories have not been able to we haven't been able to answer. We haven't been able to tell that story. It just made the story more interesting, especially as someone who, you know, the covering a beat, stories can get a bit repetitive. You know, you cover this and then it's the problem hasn't been solved so you kind of cover it again at that feels very indicative of beat reporting sometimes. And so this changed the story and made it interesting. And then the other thing in terms of audio is can I be there? That's always my question. Can I be there when the action is happening? I want to be in the room. Like my background is documentary film. And kind of this mise en scene being there with the camera when something unfolds, I love that kind of journalism. And so to have invested the time and the trust to have someone let you be there when they get released from prison, like that felt like, okay, this isn't just good narrative. This is going to be good radio. 20 minutes ago, Daniel Duran walked out of prison for the first time in four and a half years. I'm an emotional dude, so kind of like, it was turning on

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WSOP's New Covid Rule

Cracking Aces

01:23 min | 1 year ago

WSOP's New Covid Rule

"What we're talking. Mouth is w soapy made a new rule. And they put it into the wip handbook or whatever guidelines. 'cause they're trying to figure out how to deal with covert and what they basically said. In this new rule yesterday is if you're in close proximity within six feet for fifteen cumulative minutes and any person tested positive for covert nineteen. They can then at their discretion. Remove you from that event as well even if you don't test positive and you forefoot at forfeit everything you don't get refunded and if you're in the money they pay you out for that spot if you're not in the money regardless of chip stack you get nothin' it's it's going to be able to fly because of a dealer right cannot got a whole table they want and logistically because of that and the way the rio and w setup everybody is within six feet of everybody at every given time so it doesn't make a ton of sense. I don't know like the one in seven seat within six feet situation right or how did and how do they know. Fifteen minutes like you get your you. You've been sitting there for fourteen minutes and thirty seconds. You're good but if you're there for another thirty seconds you have covert now it. It's a lot of. You're not going to be able to take people's money and not not not offer a refund. That's impossible. You're not going to be able to do

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Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"Audience of One" Carlos Alazraqui Bonus Show #15 - burst 1

"Near here to work on it. And let's say. I love dr phil kind. Gentlemen occasionally does take the mic. But carry dangerous man dr phil because he will tell you that. I don't care how you are your life. I don't care. I'll screwed up your childhood. You give me for fourteen minutes commercial. And i'm gonna turn your life around. You're going to get a fog. You're gonna be okay for the rest of your life very dangerous. An actual episode that i watched i left off the couch. I remember my out. He was on his show. There was a woman the show addicted. I get the tim. Mcgraw the country singer and that woman was you thought she was. Oh no that's the thing you hear. Mcgraw speak y. Deans like south along naylor reading and he looked at her miami limited limited. Stop you out there okay. What's going on is europe. Seth with a stranger. You're participating in something that is not reality. You're overwhelmed by his fame and your knowing what you have in your old real live like your children like your home. Your husband and this is what he said to her. And i think what you need to do is stop okay. Where does he get that account. Today i went through the year university. Of what you need to do. And i majored in. Stop doing it. I have a master's degree in cut it out in a phd and knock it off are stuck in the stomach.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

"Morning it is time to get up with troubled titletown aaron and his teammates taking sides where the packers go from here then the equal opposite reaction terrific for tom in tampa can anything. Stop the box from going back to back. And then it is the biggest question in college football. And it's finally on the verge of being answered heatherton paul as we get with you in this hour starting right now greeny and grazziano with you live at the seaport delighted you chosen to get up with us on this very busy day. Plenty of football. Mike tannenbaum and booger mcfarland will join us shortly. But we begin with the night in the nba and the thriller of the night aimed salt lake city. Don and make drill and the jazz. Take it on the clippers game. One going to pick it up with a good game jazz up five and donovan. Mitchell was spectacular. Watch him here working through traffic one-two-three defenders can stop jazz up. Seven mental finished with forty five. Final minute clippers down six but not giving up kawai kicking. Luke kennard at the tough-angle. No good but eventually paul george has got it. You got a long night. Four of seventeen. I was a big three clippers within three ensuing. Jazz possession twenty three seconds to go pitch all looking for some distance. Can't get it to fall clippers. Come back the other way ruling. Call a timeout. here we go. Here's your ballgame down by three. They need three to tie final ten seconds. Walk at the defense for utah. Stifling kawai nowhere to go into the corner nowhere to go rhody with the block and that's how it would end time expires before it gets off a marcus morris how about go bail the former defense if player of the year showing you why the spectacular stop at the finish again mitchell with forty five and utah holds on the game. One one twelve one. Oh nine that was the game of the night. The performance of the night belonged to the big fella from philly. Joel embiid starting again after the big night in game one and they needed after the loss. Meanwhile trae young. They're looking to slow him down and they would watch you know. Good danny green. The rebound tobias harris be other sixer fans. Loving milla jumped out to a fast start later in the first sixers up sixteen. Watch this past and seven right down. The lane box down. Eighteen sixers would trae young to just twenty one and be getting going. Meanwhile in the second quarter sixers to lead only to and be working on coin capello look at the strength to four point. Lead four minutes left in the nba. We'll fall away and beat eleven in the second quarter sixers up to the break third quarter sixers up by port time expiring and there was a moment in time one of the best way on the floor shake and look at hilton. He had fourteen points in fourteen minutes drills that one at the end of the third sixers up by seven fourth quarter believe is now seventeen and be still in the game that gives them forty for the night plus thirteen rebounds sixers one at one eighteen one zero two they even the series at one game apiece and after scoring the thirty nine and game one envied adding forty and game to the seventy-nine so far in this series second most in the first two games of playoff series in sixers history. And.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

"You know some players are listed as week-to-week pretty much out for the remainder so I expect us best to be back which is going to, you know, put Jake into a different scenario when it comes to his line. I think it I don't know, I kind of went to when the playoffs started and towards the end of the season, he was playing in on the 3rd and 4th Line, I liked him there because I saw a little jump. I thought I thought putting Jake a player like debrusk in a role like a fourth or third line. Makes them want to like work harder for possible. Higher higher line minutes, you know what I mean? And so it's something to work for you. Put the freaking, you know, the steak in front of the bear and it's going to run, you know, let's let's do that. But I do understand why I mean I didn't see much from last night. I mean he did have his speed and so on got a cross-checking major I guess and and five grand but that's that's nothing right now. But yeah, don't even don't even Thursday. We going on playing safety to play. I Don't Give A shitt okay, because that's what they named should be. Yeah, but that's definitely not the way I would I would have gone. I would have put some wage Else in that scenario, like you said put Coleman, he was got more North and South feed. While Jake can go from the wide and work his way in in in yeah, I am not a bad move on on the Bruins, to get Coleman into complementary player and I think, Carson plays, which is weird. I'm taking this from a professional analyst home that Carson plays better when he's not all the time involved. Like when he has his game, he has a game here, then he skips a few and then comes back in. Those are the games you see him? Really make impacts. Yep. So I'm depressed. I'm sorry. Go ahead. And I just want I just wanted to touch real quick, conversely. I think that's when debrusk makes his better move as well. Like, when he's playing 14 minutes in his Jam packing those fourteen minutes. Not when he's getting stretched out to twenty. Twenty two minutes, I think.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Sonic on not. I don't think they announced any pricing on this but king ice does make a lot of collaborative jewelry like this so if you want one they make they sell an xbox logo and like oh gee like the the three sixty era i guess cocaine exert. What is the oldest seattle circular. Yes and They sell that from anywhere from ninety to one hundred and forty dollars depending on what size of xbox logo you want they like run dmc licensed boom box chain and stuff like that Using something they call. Vvs diamond stimulants. Which i believe our lab grown dime positive so fake fake fake diamonds lab. Grown diamonds are not as fake as cubic zirconiums. It's not quite a situation like these. Are you know They try to play them off like they're fake because the diamond industry is the industry and they won't diesel. Supply are these conflict free or as their pfizer. Lab lab grows labs. I guess i guess I believe that's what it is Yeah someone in chat point. They also sell the death row records logo on a chain. If you want to want to live death-row you could you And so they do. You know looking at these. They're not like it doesn't look like there's some like here's five thousand dollar sonic chain or whatever these are in fact your middle of the mall ass. Yeah okay they have a repertoire necklace for one fifty which grills to. There's no grills with alex lago though unfortunately yes lab. Grown diamonds are are grown in a lab and so they don't have to be mined and so they don't. They're not subject to the same weird supply control. That real diamond are obviously. That's a whole. We are probably not the people to spend hours talking about diamond industry. Fucking insane it is Anyway last week the other big demo was horizon forbidden west. I do not see this. But i did see that They put out fourteen minutes of footage six months after events the first game that showed a little bit of san francisco in some of that stuff Y'all watched it. What do think. Yeah it looked right. Yeah it looked really good as someone that you know is kind of middle of the road with the horizon. Kind of really interested in this Alloy now has a super. I guess yeah sure. Yeah great couple more mechanic's a little little hook chain thing she can. She can ping the areas while things to climb. It's not just that there's convenient yellow. Ropes tied absolutely everywhere. Rich can climb because it wasn't all that much climbing actually in horizon outside of like designated sort of interior levels like you weren't like breath awhile up or anything like that. You're going to be doing a bit more. this couple. More weapons looked like there was a bit more customization with the the weapons or add ons and stuff Over the sort of simple modeling system in the first game and it looked ready to go to on that you like underwater stuff thing. I'd jason was Commenting on the current system that they sort of showed showed off underwater. That was really really interesting yet. That there were certain areas where you could actually see the The current was moving a lot faster than the rest of the water visually. It's while it's definitely one of the best looking like even just viewing the stream. You you could tell. Just like the graphical fidelity.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"I went to bed early last night. Chris and eric went out to Some bars last night. Hundred dollars last night for me why i do that. A two hundred dollars. I dan l. La that's pretty five days there. Yeah yeah probably had two hundred dollars for the whole week. He blew it in one night. He christie's there was his entourage. I imagine he's gone. Eric do stupid two hundred dollars day. One by the way. I ahead i spent one hundred dollars last night on top of that. I had to take care chris. His his makeup is all my shirt this morning. Both sides we saw snyder and caused the last night. Yes snyder girl she was there live out and then colored i live and then wake up by missing like my credit card is missing and eighty. No so then i call it a kirby at the big deal with alcoholic boyfriend and tell him you know that i lost my phone number credit card and luckily he was all like sunday deal. Chris is still in bed. And eric and i are heading to roscoe's chicken and waffles musk's chicken and waffles get some chicken and then They go into a drag on later on today and then we're going to find a a walmart in the hood. Brisk our lives microphone. We'll we'll find out eric. Are you gonna survive today while all that noise is eric. Earning has closed eric. Or you're going to survive today from bad then we'll go to drag con will say they're right now trying to knock the sleep figure. We can knock that out in about an hour or two hours right and then go to walmart. Get him his phone and we can do some hollywood stuff this afternoon. Shave my face today but all that make up for drag on jiang yoursel after egg and draws any. I'm bringing the old be back to live thirty. So you know the whole point of going. There was to get audio from dragon right. Yeah well that day. We ended up after eric. And i got back from roscoe's we ended up just going into just taking a nap till four in the afternoon. By the time we woke up. It was too late to go. You guys you guys just got long enough to eat and then back to bed and then we just. We went out to eat again once we got from our and then we went back to the hotel at this point back to bed. Larrikin chris. they're still hung over from the night before. I was ever whenever Michael and i went to roscoe's. I'm sorry. here's what happened. We woke up. And then eric i had to go get his phone because he has a walmart phone. Closest walmart is forty five minutes away like in the hood near shaw like in oakland or something. Like it's in the hood. So i'm risking our lives to go down there so i put on dr dre and sesame blend in all right it's Six seventeen and the pm which is the evening time in la Eric star and i eric losses phone last night. So we had to Go we're driving right now. Trying to kill eric losses. Phone last night somewhere so Unlike having a phone like the rest of us he has one from walmart but with a special service card so the only walmart in los angeles close to us was the one in Basically long beach close to the hood and so we risk in our lives now to get him his ten dollar phone. We made it though. We made it He's also nauseated. From the my driving car. Willie's mexicans thank god. We fit in here. it comes as the horn. Sounds knee what you're gonna get assault. Copped lobby parking hammer. Let's cars insurance. I'm not worried about getting smashed. All right let's go to walmart. So that's the last audio that we have you know what's weird and they were never seen again so Yeah that's it. I was at kirby's house this weekend right. Yeah let's talk phone whatever so that. I'm herb boyfriend. Just so to liberty. He lives in in in stephenville. And he's going to college his degree which he should be okay so i bet kirby's house whatever so yesterday morning i'll i'm i'm dead asleep or whatever so i'll wake up and then i mean be watching game of thrones and i look at me but thrones yet came a trans at my phone remiss on my who called me so my phone number. Somebody called me from my phone. Oh wow i want you loss. Which is i. Don't know because it has my phone number here and a has a nine fifty four miscall from my phone number. Yeah somebody's got your phone but it's not. I thought because i switched sim cards. The other one was deactivated. Probably it's walmart. At&t or t mobile rise or so. They probably just let them all on. Oh god i don't know somehow taking care of chris. He lost his wallet and his credit card on his phone. And then pretty much after that. What do we do. I i left. The next day. I went back. I went back to texas and was watching. Game of thrones on game of thrones on the plane because you're not really into that now and watching tv on on the actual point. Yeah that's where you went first class back right now. I didn't know build up. But anyway i was watching it. And we're fifteen minutes before we land. And i had fourteen minutes left in the show. So mcmahon that's perfect. Jews were done were landing as soon as we get into dallas big storm. And there's so much turbulence on the plane right. I it i break into a cold sweat and then i just feel like i'm not throw up like my motion sickness who is on a scale of from one to ten. It was twelve. I'm like oh my gosh rather take everything in my headphones and everything off but everything back up and had to just sit there and concentrate for fifteen minutes to not throw up. It was the worst thing they have the bomb it. I'm not gonna throw up on a plane though we'll have vomit. Who wants to throw up. I'm not to throw so anyway. And then they stayed that night..

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It's not the pollen the this has been a very. It hasn't rained in in weeks It it's horrific absolutely ridiculous What we've we need some rain here in a hurry tomorrow or today ended today the greatest storms at the end of today. Our we really are. I first round this is gonna be our first round of those Saratoga washers yes. That's what that's exactly what. It seems like they're predicting did. Did they use the word gully washer. Now i don't know whether the official tv weather person ever uses that while they're missing a big opportunity to engage the public because you say gully washer and and you you you've just one fans and then say it again. Gully washer. When i had when i had my pop downtown my tv production office downtown. I would be in the middle of doing something that it was almost every big storm. We had i'd be in the middle of editing. Something and the power would look out the window and it was on across the street every damn time that the you know when you work when you were on the racetrack saratoga it. I can't think of a place and everybody who's ever partied in the backyard. is going to laugh and smile. The storm comes through We all know it's coming because about about ten to fourteen minutes ahead. There's this gush of cold air and you realize oh it's gonna storm in about ten minutes. Sure enough there. Eric comes and it it. It rains so hard violently for about eight minutes and there's water every and then literally literally four minutes later. The backyard is soaked it all up and and and it's all gone and everybody comes back out from under the grandstand and resumes. Resumes thereafter right. That is pretty funny. Everybody runs for cover the d. paddock. mutual bay has people crowded. Like right so. I just barely using the rules as protection and then eight minutes later. Everybody's back at their practically on. You're exactly right well. And and speaking of this came up earlier with pete Sat with every passing day. I don't know.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

"Minutes. Yeah and you know. It looks like it was a team effort. I don't see anybody else with a double digit rebounds but my goodness six twenty one offensive rebounds yup net so insane But clearly this isn't it. I mean one that they used to say as if you owned office glass like you're gonna give you the best opportunity to with his own. The glass period offensive rebounds is morph. Okay you're really hustling like defense rebounds. Es sherie you know if you will come here. And they're you know real russell westbrook style of rebounds there but like y'all glasses like we really know like okay. Your team is like all point and going back to what we talked about. What the grizzlies versus the spurs if you look at the free throw numbers to like. They had thirty five the he had thirty five. Free throws only made twenty. Four of course If you look at that foul discrepancy the bucks had twenty five personal fouls it which correlates with the thirty five free throws and you think about it not saying that this would have made the game closer but eleven eleven points. I mean puts us in a different atmosphere depending on where you are in the game but they were just getting spanked from the beginning so hopefully the heat you know show up or get back home and play a little harder. Maybe the road trip back home will get them to get fat. Heat back up there. Sos about the t. Butler jimmy butler. Of course we're they should. I mean he's a star player. Horrible ten points on me like he does frady pretty bad. It's not gonna cut it. I mean honestly honestly the bucks just like you know what i game was too close. I feel like they went away. They went away from what they did last year. Like i'm looking tyler here. Only eighteen minutes godiva fourteen minutes. I got. I feel like they went away a lot of garbage yet but i think those are the guys that need to be into the upper twenties And almost into the thirties. But i i see here that exposures using pretty much. Well yes at us. The whole team because of the circumstance. Yeah well. I'm not gonna go there but i feel like you're going to need to bring in. You know tyler herro who was really really good last year but now i wonder how much they miss. Kelly olynyk actually crazy. Yeah little scumbag. Yeah but that's enough of that game. Let's move onto the next game here. We got the trail blazers versus the nuggets nuggets and trillions to continuously scrappy teams Obviously the trailblazers led by damon. Cj i who respectively did.

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How to Photograph the Upcoming Lunar Eclipse

The Digital Story

01:57 min | 1 year ago

How to Photograph the Upcoming Lunar Eclipse

"Lunar eclipse. what is it. well most of us learned about this. I think in grade school right. It's when the earth moves between the sun and the moon and so there's a shadow and then this happens in phases doesn't happen all at once Although if you don't see it coming on you can look up and go. Whoa what happened there but generally speaking. We know it's coming. You know so there are these seven phases of the eclipse. All of them are interesting. The photographs but of course we want to hang out for the total eclipse. you get the money shot and then keep playing after that happens. Let's talk a little bit about you. Know what are some of the things that we need to know how about. Where can you see it out with that. So according to the article here the may twenty six two thousand twenty one. Total lunar eclipse will be visible in the united states. Canada central america south america antarctica new zealand australia japan china indonesia philippines malaysia taiwan and south korea so depending on where you are will be how much of the eclipse you can see is total eclipse all that kind of stuff. Now in terms of timing. I look this up. So for instance san francisco. The eclipse begins at four twelve. A m maximum eclipse is at four nineteen and then the total eclipse ends at four. Twenty six so you have a good fourteen minutes earlier to play around. And that's that's nice. It's nice having the time to get some shots to be ready to do some testing now. Of course the exposure changes drain all the different phases. They clip so you know we. We do have to do things while we're there

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Badge with my via early in a third is about six minutes in its two-to-one tampa on the panthers down in sunrise florida on a On the south florida on the east coast side down by miami point us when not in tampa so Zip they let it stamkos first pilot his first they did all of that in the first period and then in the second period fourteen twenty one marchment scored to make it to one from bark off and Verhaeghe and that's To one tampa lead over the panthers so here they are with a fourteen minutes. Left there down a goal. And we'll see if they can do what the islanders couldn't do in pittsburgh. They got a goal in the second late and it was bailey a backhander up top over jari shoulder that made it to one and.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Of audio content and be able to segment it. Based on these topics and figure out where an appropriate entry point is an exit point and these could be ten seconds. These could be two and a half minutes. It could be fourteen minutes depending on. What's going on in the rest of the conversation but you're able to do that segmentation and be able to pull out the content and so essentially what you're doing is you're you're improving this year. You're doing some transformation associated with with the audio content so that it can be searchable and then so can be consumed in these bite sized chunks correct exactly each burst each we call. The burst is stored a search engine wrapped with tons of an ounce of features entities keywords How fast the people talking. How many people are talking Of course what was the topic How many Was it more of a conversational. A burst or or a view. Of course the source word was aired. These are all surround topics that are features that are added into the search engine. Waiting to be found right okay. So you've got this talk audio content and we have a lot of this in podcasts. I wanna come back to that in just a moment. But i did want to talk first about radio because i think what you're doing with radio really point to a different element of what you're doing with the technology. The first is you're obviously segmented by topic or whatever. The common element is that people want to search again. And then listen to but the second thing you're doing is you're doing it very quickly and in fact it. I've seen personally seen examples of this where you'll be extracting a comment from a live radio. Show that broadcast within two minutes of when it shows up on audio burston search even less for even just as it's we're doing this live so the moment our engine decided to segment piece of audio. It's already available for search. So the moment the the host Put his period of the sentence and we inari. I recognize that this is an end of the topic. It's now available for such and this gives you the latest weather the latest traffic or the latest story from something that was aired by now. And if we were doing this on our conversation right now when we decided that amir's End of speech is something that we need to cut. Then now his contract will be searchable. Okay so that's a great segue. In fact we're getting there faster than i thought we would but we might as well just address it right now so if we look at something like clubhouse social audio twitter spaces now expanding availability as today just a couple of hours ago so a lot of people are going to get access to that for the first time today That's a lot like radio. It's real time audio content. It's not generally available for people who aren't there to hear sometimes like we're recording today Will be able to provide it to somebody afterwards but it won't be searchable for a while. It sounds like this is something that you could do with the technology today to really turbo charge the inline immediate analytics associated with the social audio room. Most definite so let me jump in for. Let me jump in for a second. The got so the technology as identical all the mediums that we've handled and i think the resemblance you are drawing breath from radio to social audio is very relevant to this case when we look at it more from the value proposition from the promise that audio burs is promising fuses and its customers. It's all about. What do we gain from the ability to analyze and build an automatic scalable machine that understands what human being are talking about what broadcasted content or social audio of or. You know those social room like we are in the moment. How can we leverage the capabilities that they a engine will understand what we're talking about within the room and the locations are in a long enlisted extremely valuable for us. It could begin from the simple fact that helps us find the content. We're looking for in the social audio world. It will help us find the rooms that we're looking for not just based on social and our friends and network recommending or finding the link elsewhere and let's linked twitter facebook and then jumping to the room them within clubhouse and i wanna hear about what's happening on the specific topic so it's one thing to look at the title of the roman search by the myth of data that was originally attached to the room. It's a completely different experience where i can get looked if occasions or i can search for something on the content that is being spoken within it one of the things that we saw some of our research in our data science research. When we analyse podcasts. And i think in social audio it's even much in the even Much more relevant is that we saw constant gap and difference in distance between the planned agenda and subject of a podcast open episode of a room to where the conversation went to. Where the interviewer arrive to. Where the topics and they Thought processes brought us. Because that's the beauty of this is unscripted conversation. We can take it to multiple different places. And if i'm interested in a topic. I want to know what is being spoken within the room and i want to pop to another one. That is now just talking about my favorite cryptocurrency Not just count the meta data. So the i promise in the first capability by our ability to live to analyze and understand what is being spoken in each room and that constantly in live. Fashion is the ability to search or recommend. Which room should we go into the second thereafter words is the ability to segment to cut to take clips out of it to share portions and moments out of it as highlights of what is being spoken presently in the room or what was in the room and keep z. essence the knowledge. And the conversation that we've had for longer fear the time to reuse it to repurpose it to save to share it to bring more people into that conversation moving forward and i think a lot of the challenges. The we had to solve on live radio talk. Shows is extremely identical. what's happening in social lager. It's actually probably even easier and social order because we don't have ze- different solve Quality and disruptive and events and breaking in events that are happening on live radio which in social old you think it's more clearer and easier to analyze into Were just now building exposing. Our radio is a radio. Analytics and podcasts analytics. Api's to social audio providers to offer them that boost that solving of the discover ability of their recommendation of even the personalization of social audio because as we expand and the number of rooms is growing dramatically and the number of speakers in it is as going and as the competition rose between the different social old ios and networks and sorry The social audio networks will have to provide us with a better friction. Lewis faster to what i want to listen to experience than what they're offering even right now. Can i give an example of something.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Better. You'll being paid money of course and if people don't come no outside my door in his forum and get people in an ice. Sold it my. I was bored let aggressive. I came up smiling. How's your day. how are you doing. Do you like the universities. Amazing isn't it. Yeah room sure. Like why are we in here again science. Oh god is attacking me. And that's how i cope glenn so have these huge rooms. Because i was chasing people down. I went through salesman on this. And that's how it works now. No salesperson but i liked talking about science. It wasn't hard to convince me to get up till about science but then they will like to calm like while. You're a nurse onto jet tours amazon. You'll giving me half an hour but my study talking about how an eeg works at amazon. What i say. When i see brain signal is an hour long talk by itself the like any of course they need to know how many works because if i say can somebody then but they need to know what that means. Because if i'm talking about and this is very relevant with covert and stuff now. I'm not an expert umbrella. Not an expert in academia. But if somebody says we've shown that covert is going to spread to these regions in the next five weeks that's meaningless how i know from that. You're making publicity guests and onoda publicity is probably worth listening to. But i want to see you methods so i took the same approach. I'm not. I wasn't able to do the format i was given and i actually did do to talks over here. And then they re designed to do it and it led more into line. That i wasn't happy with so i made my shower. I led to a philosophy. And i'm sure as you will agree with us on many of your guests with agree with it when we go to conference hall used to go to conference. We do not talk about the findings. Will we actually talk about the methods for about ninety percent of the time and bicker about them because scientists do bicker. Nobody should ever try and pretend to. We don't imed after that when we agree where we liked the methadone. Aw whatever the finding is sure is probably just wanted as everybody agrees that the research was improperly. You took some Analysis and then it says we found that the memory in square loses ready high in winter random. I have nuclear. The memory classics grows as we figure methods of sound. Everybody's just gonna go. Yes you'll kotoka right lockton public engagement in the opposite way. They say tomato. Kill cancer you like. would you mean like eating. Tomatoes advocate for anybody. I'm so lost and listen to what they're actually saying is if we take chemical from a tomorrow when purified and cancer cells and put them in a petri dish and and put this onto the cancer cells women to a treatment it kills cancer cells betted into treatment loud. And you're like oh that makes sense that doesn't mean they're eating russia's we've seltzer. I'm going to kill kansas. Nobody was ever saying that. But if you start with the result. I i can't understand what you did. And if account understand what you did. How do i understand. Wherever i catt. Sadat was the show. The show is talk about the methods. Talk to me like you're conference. And i have been asked by journalists. How do you make the show. And i'm sitting in neuroscience twist of gun ha ha ha very funny but really and then i said no i'm not kidding go pace neuroscience and the like waltz but yet scientists liked to be spoken to scientists. Of course we have somebody on who was discussing about so coaches and origin that takes and stuff and i actually know some of the labs that he corresponds with and i know the people who work in them personally and we talk about that. That's a chat where i'm told them to the scientists. Now hayes word the show part comes in. It's my job to translate that that's the public becomes work and i'm not against doing that is work. Nobody should think that. I get to sit. It's been all day drinking expensive champagne chatting with amazing scientists celebrities and i just post them out with no effort. I'm boom i'm done is not what's happening. I do an interview. I picked guests that. I think are interesting of them responsible. Don't and then we go over the talks. We talk about what i think is important and then i have to go free episode and make it intelligible to an audience that did not have the privilege of neuroscience education. That's my unique selling point to bring this back to that. That's something that. I do arguably better than most of the shows. So if you wanted to say okay. I'm interested about how imaging working. I don't wanna know that you found his new to the brain shows hope which there is no positive brand new shows. How stupid does. I've seen that. But i won't go on a show where they told me how that actually done so i could understand what these images on the screen mean because by the way your brain doesn't actually to do do stuff. That's a statistical image that we provide. I will explain that to you. Actually have to episodes where we go physicist unexplained an mri. So what what. I'm getting in for the listeners. Whoever let's say project that resembles what you've done and i wanna talk a little bit more about that. Even we know we have ten minutes more of interview. But what i get is if you have something that's the that's a passion for you and if you if you want to bring it to the public you really need and tell me. Tell me how you feel about this. You need to put yourself in the shoes of the public. That's going to be listening and say what value am am. I is the listener. Gonna be getting from an episode of my show or a post of my blog. I you know. And and what's going to be unique. And as you mentioned about what. I'm offering versus all the other content that's being published every day out there. So i agree with parts and a couple of clarification so for example. I love movies and video games. Now i've never made a show on that. I don't know how to make a show better than the people i watch. Darryl just some really amazing analytical minds on things like podcasting twitch on youtube dot provide amazing insights. I didn't make a better show. So i haven't bothered however when you're thinking about get into the mind of the public that i think is a trap and the reason is my view is if an scientists our guest is interested in what they want to talk about and they have genuine infused that i work and mo- scientists do is enough to carry the episode. They found that topic so interesting. They want to spend their life on it. There's got to elise be something that talk about and yeah sure one in ten times. I'm wrong when i send it onto a review in nisi this episode because i have a bunch of people who listen to my episodes to make sure the right level in their understood most of the time. If i can find what. I think's interesting. I can find what makes that person view left. Hippocampal pyramidal memory cells so fascinating. I can probably get out of that person why you should catholic fourteen minutes to listen to an episode. But that's my point. My point is don't think it's opposite to what you're saying because you kind of have an editorial view on And you say you also have people who listen to kind of vet an episode but you you are still trying to digest or or take in what the person says and then work the episode in a way that at the end. There's a there's a line there's a message. That's going to be intelligible and palatable to your public right that's things yeah that's what i was saying when you have to have your your end user in mind when you're producing something is was in that sense the actually line with what you're saying but also on occasion the job podcast is not to explain to you the audience to work in a way that you will understand. I am offering an opportunity for you to understand. What the guesses. Because if somebody says explained to me is the case of people will ask for what we already.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Then he's not going to happen. He's he's going out here so now you're at this point. Where and he may have wanted out of there anyway. Even with nolan auto. Who knows but this is where we are man. I'm not. I'm not defending dick mon- i never once have done that. Even at my deep thoughts from a wandering monica crap because people are like. You're just putting this positive spin on the nolan thing. You're trying to make nolan. The bad guy not making nolan. The bad guy he wanted out he wanted to get out and the rockies had no choice was that the best deal they could get was austin gohmert and other guys and then giving fifty million dollars. I don't know that my i want to believe that. That was the best they could get. That was literally the only way to offload nolan. Aaron nado in the pandemic because teams were hurting mark. Knutson told us you hear him on the newton corner throughout the day here on kfi. He told us there's no way team would take nolan's nola knows contract in this climate with what happened last year and all the money situation. Well there was a team that would take him but they require fifty million dollars. So i do think that that was the only way to do i really do. I mean i don't know that for sure but that seems to be like the only way nolan was pretty pretty focused on getting the hell out fourteen minutes after the hour. We're gonna talk football. Cody rourke pro. Football that work. We haven't had him on the show in a while. I know he's been busy. He's got a lot to talk. What's his board. look like. What are the broncos going to do at pick number nine..

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Drummond leaves debut with bruised toe, Bucks beat LA 112-97

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Drummond leaves debut with bruised toe, Bucks beat LA 112-97

"The box put a stop to their three game losing skid by beating the Lakers won twelve ten ninety seven in Los Angeles Milwaukee's drew holiday scored a game high twenty eight points teammate John assented to Cobo had twenty five with ten rebounds afterwards of the Greek freak set holiday is a key part of the bucs offense we need him to be aggressive and that's the only way it's going to work you know that's the only way this will work and SO only games by him being afraid of the in his Lakers debut newly acquired Andre Drummond had four points in fourteen minutes before leaving in the third quarter with a toe injury I am mark Myers

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I have drew mcintyre winning by pinfall. Seventy minute match time. Three unique weapons us. I have a quick question about that though Unique meeting outside of like table a chair or candlestick us titus on weapons used in general just types of women's us in general so a chair a considered one like you're saying they use to different chairs. It's still they only use one a chair. You know that that i understand. It's the the term unique kind of throws me off. Every time i see it. So i figured i'd ask because it's like twelve normally. Normally you use a chair or a table. Or the stair unique to me would be like kenny omega jon moxley and their plywood fucking barbed wire shit that not civic. It's everything so instead of if you ten shares one considered one okay. So that up sticking with three on the unique weapons. Hives shameless will be the first hit a kick finisher and a wrestler. Better fucking bleed waltz. Picks are no one to win this match fall type other matt time at fourteen minutes. Four unique weapon types shameless will be the first to hit a kick finisher and a wrestler will not bleed. I have drew mcintyre winning by pinfall. Thirteen minute match time. Six unique weapon types shameless will hit the first kick finisher and yes. A wrestler will bleed Nick i have through entire by pinball. I'm going. I'm going long. Twenty two minute match time Five five unique weapon type shameless to be the first to hit the kick blood. Many andrew galloway mcintyre winning biden for thirty minute match signed three unique weapon types chambers to hit the first kick finisher notable wrestler bleeding. All right all right up next sexual predator united states champion matt. Don't call me. Matt riddle is taking on mustafa. Don't bring in any fucking outside wrestlers that our oldest shit allie far the united states championship. I was against riddled. Defending is belt against ali reason. I say it'll be gotten bell is because i'm pretty sure keith. Lee dying golden or just has it Don't wanna fucking spoil that one. Although he has come on twitter saying he can't wait to talk about it so hopefully it's nothing major right. Let's give her. Well wishes to keithly lee more than likely i'm thinking it's just fucking covert. Otherwise i think keith lee would be your majesty's champion right now but riddle. Has it riddles defending against him stuff. Ali here are waltz picks. He has mustafa by penn. Five area moves. I scored near fall. Mustafa ali yes outside interference. I.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"And I was thinking like, I'm probably the only one taking this stance about you gotta start Robert Williams know if there's an everyone agrees. It's like it's kind of obvious at this point home and I was probably Roberts harshest critic. I always I mean I always from the beginning believed he had the potential to be a really good starting center. But I also was in a while people were getting excited by the big plays. I was the one going let's let's kind of wait a little bit here. He's making a lot of Defense the stakes maybe people aren't seeing them because they're not as obvious as c as like, you know dead. Catching a rebound and then immediately throwing it to the other team, you know, the stupid stuff that humans do all the time that's very obvious. But he was really struggling defensively where he would like defend off first part of a play really well cuz it's kind of easy to learn that stuff and then obviously MBA offenses are a little bit more complex than that. And so they would keep going and going keep running different actions and kind of give them a position and then attack him and he would make mistakes over and over and over again and you know, there's been the running joke about how we always bites at every pump it how you know, a baby could point to the sky and he would jump over the baby, you know, like this guy who was just too easily fooled into making mistakes and it's not really a coincidence that this is the first time in his career. He's played ten straight games more than I think fourteen minutes, you know, but close enough to Fifteen. He's never had consistent playing time his entire career up until this point and now we're seeing just just in getting like, you know backup center birth. And it's on a consistent basis every single night and he's completely transformed over the past month. He's cutting out so many of the errors that were in his game and you know, he's the stuff that he does on offense..

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What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells

Bitcoin Radio

06:14 min | 2 years ago

What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells

"You often described Trillion as a microbe aiming service. But i think it's a lot of other things as well. And i know one of the things that make you you. All unique is your focus on you know helping freelance for the gig. Economy third world countries right. 'cause you're actually helping them get paid in the etienne currency. So can you talk a little bit about. Have you seen any upticks in usage related to geography free during this time. I'm sure there's obviously many people looking for work and many people even Switching industries right. They just they just kinda want to survive in the best roy. Difficult cool about same. Things changed because because all dates are being pretty wild. We only launched pools during covid pretty much. Most of the february twenty twenty where mesa madness was going on and it has been a bit of a welwyn to win all suggest before cameras coors nineteen thousand and fifty talks. Fifteen thousand tubs on the platform fall off of more than than i thought we would be. They sites in all in a life cycle. And it's it's a really amazing thing to say that word of mouth which is which is now joining the whole ecosystem is it's been an actual rate thing so identity have data specifically A change i would imagine the likes of five hundred People who've been around for a long time next release deductible on Extrapolate specifically about cogan unfortun- got it's understandable because yeah sometimes in crypto. You don't have that direct data but why do you think you've seen such large growth in just the the community and like you mentioned. There's a lot of other alternative freelancing opportunities and focusing on this one thing. Because i read a lot about how people in the in the third world like you said word of mouth. They're all kind of talking to each other and accepting this currency as their new as their new valid currency. I think for a lot of people in the us It's sometimes hard to understand that perspective because a lot of our money and foundation is stays the same in its stable but when you talk about third world countries these people in many in many ways their skilled but they can't even get a paid inefficient raids right. So what do you think makes you all unique in that sense to to cater to this new generation. Maybe talk a little bit about that. This what is the effects of this new generation. When they start them they start to earn and work at Earning crypto per se rather than traditional Like what effect is half so first of all. We re still with your idea of every running freedoms platform ourselves. I mean we all. We don't select turning. We've this idea of having a very small highlands very very transaction fee to give you. The spirits appear payment system. There is insanely cheap to use almost free not want free but mike is microscopic fraction of a fraction of essent transactions. So it made you mike. You could make a two cent four cent transaction in a gun which is all twenty cent transactional fifty cent. Transaction solid transaction sizes. You couldn't possibly do on the on. The vase of mouse to coordinate Really very efficiently because most of the payment providers should providers charge of minimum of twenty or thirty cents per transaction so micro payments all really not that sixty two to traditional finance and then we shall ending slightly more helping to the twenty thousand dollar range which still to to the global twenty of thirty dollars. Sounds like peanuts bucks. A year said life changing of money for lots of people with good skills so but when he gets back. You still got the site of transfer. Bank banking system is antiquated. And it's antiquated evening. If you go to the united states want to save money from one place in the united states to another or in the fight from the uk to to else of the that. It's pretty good now. So you know you can do soon as you move outside of that country a money approach to your skin certainly probably three days before i see it here if i wanna far outside of your it may take considerable. You want relocate writing three minute drive at all then you have to try and track them down and some banks somewheres filling in a form doing something or is lost it so we've got quite a few of them some of your choice to build a relationship and so you feel a free. Three beat render eka might three being models. He's gonna laptop can make three two months. These scandals has the time to build that relationship. You have to be able to send him a twenty dollars in the thirteen doors. And he's in nigeria. We caught them us. Pay pal okay. Any use western union money transfer. Because that's gonna cost you hope that on the money just to send it so subtly you limited as to why you can get height so the traditional if you can call traditional in a fairly disruptive industry that freelance industry is disrupt table read the wheel of disrupting that further by giving access to this massive body of people all brilliant skills just skills as anyone else so don't donate affect their own back mike. You say they're going to do aerobics jolt doing fred. And they don't want that much money and they call physically get paid when banking acog high-power but so boy this thing that training having easy implements it makes really is so easily and it's almost season for them. It isn't quite instantaneous. That go to work deliberate. It's fourteen minutes july between delivering and getting pike.

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"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen minutes" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Then you can tell. This kid has has acting jobs. You fucking knocked out of pocket in the wires like holy shit. I want to see more of this kid. Lo and behold here isn't chronicle. What is he the sexiest man alive pre show like. Yes john like that. We'll and immediately you can tell why people were kicking his name around on online for superman for awhile and i was like yeah i could totally like he just got a glow like you want you want to like reach out and just touch the sky matthew reliable i yeah yeah immediately and also the line that gets me about secretaries like andrew menu. Or you're in my homeroom freshman year. You always wore that gray hoodie and you can see how much touches andrew's i remember that and it was like oh dude that means probably still so much to that kid more than he really knows. Some is popular. I remember him. Yeah absolutely yeah absolutely This where we finally get the sinkhole. We're we're starting to really get down. Get down to the nitty gritty again. Where the twelve. And a half minute mark when we start going down the tunnel. Jesus this movement sink been called. Mir young one. I love that win when they both go down and he's like mad man. You're my ride home that you're concern. It's your fucking ride home Yeah they tell him. Don't be a pussy. They finally get down to Exactly what what this thing is. And i i love the way i love the design of the saying doing. It's it's it feels so organic and not organic at the same time. It feels like Like what hr geiger. The guy that like alien are works. I it feels like a geiger thing. Right it feels like something that was born but also manufactured like you know it's just like what the fuck man like did someone pull. This is manmade and like i love the visual effects. I'll have the blood coming after like you know the the droplets. Yeah it looks fantastic. Just like done that. I love that like at at fourteen minutes thirty seconds. The guys neither have their powers. The guys are playing around with their powers. It fucking around is like this. You know toby maguire's like him climbing up the wall or anything like that you know. It's just like we up. We're going to play that is. Let's have fun. Yeah the thing. I really love is the shot of steve looking at that corner and it starts pulling the sweat off of his nose. But that's when and i'm over here like what is going on like once the sweat touches it turn red as like what the fuck is going on but just the way the yeah basically. This skips weeks like the ten seconds. Afterwards when we see them kind of fucking around with powers then throwing the baseball around because i kind of watching like well fuck is going on and then when matt throws that cider in clocks from the hedge okay..

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It’s the same old story for North Carolina basketball in loss to the Wolfpack

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

It’s the same old story for North Carolina basketball in loss to the Wolfpack

"On sunday. We spent several minutes discussing a disappointing blueblood with the hall of fame coach kentucky led by john calipari today. We'll spend another few minutes on another disappointing blueblood with another hall of fame coach this time it's north carolina and roy williams the tar heels fell at nc state on tuesday. Seventy nine seventy six so now. Five and three. The other losses are texas in iowa best win over stanford ladder you and i both had north carolina projected as the third best team in the acc in the preseason. Are we still confident. Unc is a top three in the acc. No did i really have them third. I looked double checks man. it's not ideal right now. we both had it. We both had it. Virginia duke north carolina in that order. Well i didn't have carrots. So here's where. I differed in the preseason with some of the projections yours and and others. I did not have carolina ranked in the top twenty five portion of my one two three fifty seven. I i put carolina twenty eight. And i remember before like settling on an ultimate order like my first initial like. Let me throw everything at the wall. I think i'd carolina like thirty six or thirty seven and the reason was they were so poor last year. I mean historically bad. It was one of the five or six worst seasons in school history. Statistically that i was just. I wasn't totally sold on them. Going from fourteen and nineteen a season ago to being if your top. Three team in the acc You know that's probably a four seat at worst. And i wasn't all in on him there. I thought okay. Maybe they can get along the lines of a five or six seed and that was really what wound me wind up with me. Booting them up a little bit. But at this point you know. I watched the majority of that. Nc state game. I would argue. It wasn't even a three point game. Nc state truly beat them by six or seven points now five and three losses the losses all respectable so. It's an interesting situation with unc. Here lost texas in a really really good game championship. Which was obviously nashville. Then they lose at iowa but it wasn't that competitive ninety three eighty. Now they take the road loss against nc state. The win against kentucky and cbs sports classic has almost no value. The win over stanford is solid but otherwise charleston. Unlv north carolina central their next game at georgia tech a week from one. We're talking here. On december thirtieth so i think there is still the chance and with all due respect as always to leaky black here. And he's actually. I think he's. He's been good in spots but they're not as good as they should be. I still really love. The frontline is still think. This could be one of the courts in america but it should be noted fourteen thousand nine hundred last season. Now it's five three. And i'm not gonna guarantee you that this team is heading to the instability tournament and in the preseason. Unc got by on its jersey name. I don't know i. I was always a little hesitant there and some of that has come to the surface. This is clearly clearly not a top twenty five team right now. In north carolina as you mentioned the go fourteen and nineteen last season and the reason that i had them in the preseason top twenty five and one thought that they would have a really nice bounceback season because they in elite recruiting class featuring three five star freshman. The way they're supposed to go from fourteen and nineteen to really good is that three five-star freshmen are great. And they're all fine. I guess but none of them are playing like freshman of the year candidates like against nc state day. Ron sharpe had six points. Fourteen minutes walker kessler had three points and twelve minutes. Caleb love had eleven point four assists two turnovers in twenty eight minutes. Like if you're five star freshman aren't gonna perform like five star freshman consistently well. Then you're not going to go from from bad to to really good. You can go from bad to good from bad to respectable from bad to an ncaa tournament team. But you're not going to be elite unless you five star freshman perform at an elite level. They are not doing that right now.

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Stevie Parle Shares His Spaghetti And Clam Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:25 min | 2 years ago

Stevie Parle Shares His Spaghetti And Clam Recipe

"I am Stevie Paul. I have a few restaurants rather than a couple of restaurants style. A pop-up could joy in west London and I wanted to tell you how to make spaghetti with clams. This is my favorite thing to we think. So so my kids type thing to. The most of the people you cook it for think you'll really some kind of genius when you make it and yet it's incredibly simple. Clemson Volaille obviously is a cool mentally have unbelievable flavor. The juice comes out of clam is just tastes out of this world. Very easy to make you need. Spaghetti doesn't need to be a fresh dried past united of standard. Supermarket blue-and-yellow packet round is fine. It really is fine. But if you see a slow a dried has to take a longer amount of time to cook I always think that's good into look at actually how long it takes cook it from the pack is says your Spaghetti takes like fourteen minutes but something bad instead of ten or eleven it's a nice big spaghetti by the Nice Hodge wieght and it takes time to cook, but it's going to be chewing delicious. Anyway you need spaghetti. Hasley, dry Chili, white wine, and unique clams. Really a peasant can he love clams but equally, if you make has to climbs with like ten clams lesson than that is absolutely delicious and the juice they create makes much wonderful sociopathic. So festival, you're GONNA have everything ready for this dish because once you making it, you gotta move kind of fast. So let's save a gonNA. Do that you people you need a couple of hundred grams of Spaghetti. You need a big hand full of Nice. Salted Wilshire associates the see. Boiling rapidly, you need to finally up to cloves garlic your time you're doing this trying shook the evenly and small, and you need a handful of parsley flatly parsley leaves pig from the studios. Again shops when I'm joking Parsley, why do is I kinda scrunch up into a bowl and then again big shove knife and so slice through scrunched up all of Parsley as finally as I can and then go through it again once at done that in judge Moore says really fine many needle clams anything from ten to betty offense they come in different sizes it kind of normal Palo plans again, this country really good. I. Tend to choose the smaller ones just because the big ones could be a little bit cheery and be not nice. And why do I washed clams under running Warta just to make sure that not gritty. Swish Moore around, and then if they open while washing them, you can throw those ones. Sometimes they it's like only salmon them in those the you get rid off, but they should just be tidy shot Monday, running water and Swish around in a single appeal something for a few minutes just to get them nice and clean 'cause it's a bit disappointing when you you're clams and you get a bit of sand I mean he's not the end of the world who have made you sick. It's just wants tweets and so you've got your big kind of woods boiling. You've got your garlic party jobs. You got some dried chili like crushed dried chili nice specific one just. Don't want it to be crazy hall. So if it's a kind of mild crush drudge chilly but we Quarter, teaspoon of something. And you got your clements watched and then you need a wide hand with a LID. If you have a big frying pan on a lead that fits on that side and my spine has it sometimes, you can use another one use a play or something that's ideal whose what you're GonNa do is you're gonNA. Steam the rams, and if you have the more piled on each other, they will open bat the juice from. The clams and the one which didn't mention you need a couplet glasses of white wine just dry white one needs to reduce. So if you've got the mobile pilot up in a small pan that juice one, Medusa wine and clam juice and oil anyway create the right kind of emotion fear. peste. Does funny because hardly any ingredients is nothing really technically but do but just got to pay attention to the details of can make. something. That is just unbelievably good. So you big votes spoiling your wide hand is now you're gonna put it on the heat and get aw- and you the pastor infest. So this recipe once you've got that stuff prepared it takes less time than takes Cook Pastor. So you can drop the spaghetti into the boiling water if your pan on some olive oil in the Pan and at the garlic and then just when that garlic. In, just a few seconds isn't good glove of olive oil by the way don't be shy it's a few titles swings and then he'd put garlic in just really starts frizzell before it's cooked too much anything you. But in a little pinch of Dr, Chilean you the clams straightway. Why normally then do is tad tossed them around said they get cut sit in this garlicky chilly thing on once clams get hot than they. Have Been. Put in the white wine, a big loss of two hundred Mil something like that, and then put the lid on straightway. A met should be lecturing around and steaming you pestis public been bullying this point for like three minutes and remember it takes ten twelve or something depending on the grand. Pasta. So you pass this boiling. You're Clemson's steaming. You'll Hasley chopped and you just wait a second. I but you just gotTa wait now in drink a bit of your white one and then when you pastor is three-quarters cooks your clams of probably open dictate the lid off the clam ham and then drain your pastor even though it's quite ready look in your clam hand, it should be nice and juicy but really cooking thing you pay attention because if you've got a massive pan and it was really really Hard and you wind might have completely reduced down by now. But if it's a small pan may not have reduced enough year, you wanted to be a good layer of Jews. But you don't want it to be ruled tree and as it reduces what happens is the olive oil, a most us in that mixture, and then you take the pastor drained it. We've just pulled out the with have tongues coming. And even though he's not quite could you into the clam on any says enough liquid that it looks juicy in statement good already that's fine. Otherwise put in a little bit of past awards. Back on so that the pastor is cooking in the CLEM. 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Brett Young On Being Quarantined Away from His Family + Matt Ramsey, Lead Singer of Old Dominion on His Many No. 1s

Bobbycast

09:57 min | 2 years ago

Brett Young On Being Quarantined Away from His Family + Matt Ramsey, Lead Singer of Old Dominion on His Many No. 1s

"Welcome to episode two thirty seven by the way. If you missed the talk with Lionel Richie go back in episode pretty cool. This is talkline Ritchie. Pretty cool and I could talk on American idol and friend but pretty cool to get to nerd out and ask them about stuff that I just. Don't ask friends real career interview Type Questions. When you're hanging out mostly it's like. Hey how was that lunch? It's never like Yo dude. Tell me about nineteen seventy nine. He's like the one impression I can do these things. I do spend enough time with winery where I can my friend. Let me tell you. It was nineteen eighty one. The commodores were blowing up the charts. Such like the one impression. I do a better than Luke but go back and episode if you want. I don't know what you're doing quarantine then maybe. Listen to the PODCAST. If you WANNA check out amy's it's called four things with Amy Brown Kelly. Hendersonville has the velvets edge. Podcasts kind of style. And you know a life. Podcast called the VELVETS EDGE. It Chuck Caroline hobbies. She has one called. Whats up. Get Real get real it is. I was watching her instagram today and her husband was playing a song. I think he was gonNA play. Do One of these acoustic songs. Everybody's doing and He's starts to play in. There's a snake under him on the picnic table freaks out and takes off running pretty funny but all jokes aside I get real with Caroline Hobby pretty cool where she talks to a lot of the wives of country stars. Interesting interesting ideas talked a lot of really strong women. But why to this? As you know is music podcast. What's great about this one? This episode is that since. Everyone's quarantined in basically. Just go like Yo you WanNa talk. And they're like yeah. Why not so? We Got Matt Ramsey from Old Dominion coming up. Who was going to be in for the first time. But Coronas scare got us and then bright young who first time to catch up with him I had seen. He was living on his tour bus because his wife and daughter in his house and he didn't WanNa get him sick but he can tell you that story coming up so I I like. This episode is to artists. Br Young I Matt Ramsey from Old Dominion Second. And if you like this and you don't mind share this until your friends. And and give us a five star rating before we go. Let me check out. Mike's podcast if you like movies movie. Mike's movie podcast. Growth numbers over there. Yeah I love doing it so people can check it out to tell you. I have a friend that works for NAT. Geo is one of the big dogs. There's Terry I don't know. Is he going to hear this or not? But he sent me a note talking about. Listen to your podcast really. Yeah that's crazy. Yeah Bigwig. He's really I. I like him because he's a fun guy to talk to. And our sensibilities are pretty similar. And he's worked with. I'm N Del. He's he's worked with a lot of really cool people But now he works on the talent side. Nat. Go and he's basically the guy that was like. Hey you know let whenever I did Barrels was him and according monroe the president there that really balanced for me but anyway he liked that movie. Mike movie podcast. I didn't even ask him what he's crazy. Yeah Yeah Yeah so check it out. Movie Mike's Movie podcast. What's the last episode? He did so according teen movie playlist so a bunch of franchises. You can drive now. I recommend them okay. Movies topped a bench time. Right now. Morgan The star wars movies. Watch all nine star. Wars movie A weekend crazy okay. Check it out. Here is today's podcasts. Here's the latest episode. Hope you like it and if you do go check out some old ones. We got a lot of good ones up here for some of your favorite stars all right by your work going on how you doing. Oh you know just the same thing gram over here like everybody you know I. I saw some of the stuff. We're on your tour bus. Are you out there for a reason? So you don't get your wife or kids sick or what's the story behind that because we went out we were at that festival in Europe One of the shows was in Berlin right when the big outbreak head over there and so like when I got home you know. We came home early because it the travel ban hit halfway into our trip. But I just I had been to like Amsterdam Berlin Stockholm and Oslo. And I've been like six planes and I was just like you know if this can take fourteen minutes for fourteen days for sympathy show. I feel fine now. But what if I start having symptoms and I've already holding my baby and sleeping in bed with my wife and I just didn't want to take the risk of you can fake it sometimes. Hey what was that? Like when you're in Europe and you know in the early part of Corona and we're kind of figuring out that it's a pretty real thing and you know some of our institutions are going to be moved because of it in your out of the country. What happens to you I over there? It was pretty scary. The second show was Was Berlin and the afternoon of the show like three o'clock. There government came out and said like no gatherings of I think it was five hundred at the time or bigger and I don't know how because that was at three o'clock still played the show I headlined was like four thousand people so I don't really i. That was kind of scary because they're saying it's not safe to have that big approve and we're just playing our show anyway But I think you know as it went on. That was the beginning of of other government. Starting you put that restriction on on public gatherings and stuff and by the time we were in Oslo We had one club show left before we were GonNa go to the UK and play the other big three arena shows and like an hour before the show. Their government came out and said Like fifty people or less than we're going to this is this is like we're being irresponsible by staying over here so we actually booked our flights home like two hours before trump came out with the travel ban so it was It was I I mean. I don't think it's I think people over here think that it's a little bit crazier over in Europe. It felt kind of the same everybody anxiety. is kind of palpable. Just like it is here right now. but it was just weird to not be home and know that you were running the risk of maybe getting stuck over there. Did you ask how much flights costs to get back or did you just go? GimMe all I know how much they cost it was. It was definitely a low blow. Yeah you don't WanNA share I mean I know honestly I don't want to be It's it's pay. I will say this because we booked ours two hours before the travel ban. Yeah we got them before. They went up to like an unreasonable number. And I know some people that waited I know ours. Ours doubled from when we bought him to two hours later. And who makes that call in your group? Was it you going. Hey we got to go It wasn't we had our finger on that button the whole time and it was The the club shows I was playing in Stockholm and Oslo. Were just Me and my music records are just two guitars. Little 'cause Dick Loves and So my manager was actually on that run they were just for us and it was kind of me and my manager like watching the news on the regular but we both looked at each other when the when the Oslo at the venue in the show got cancelled and we went. We gotta go. It was like we like you know you make eye contact with somebody and you know you're on the same page. Yeah it was one of those deals. So yeah I mean he wouldn't. He wouldn't have pulled that trigger without me But it was something that we knew was a possibility the whole time so you get off the plane and since you knew all this happening you didn't hug your wife or kiss your baby or anything like that. No so all I did. Was I went home? I left all my luggage. My backpack my suitcase. everything in the garage because it can live on surfaces for three days. I undressed in the garage Showered through my towel straight into the laundry through stuff in a bag and drove to the bus. What are you doing for food? Not You don't have like maybe cheerios from bus stock. But how you eating We had some stuff I had probably two days worth of food But then I've been doing in Takhar like grocery orders and just having them leave it outside the bus and then wiping down every item with wipes one at a time before I put it. Bring it into the bus. I'm assuming you feel alright healthy right just almost you almost done with this right great. Yeah I feel I don't have any symptoms and You know when I decided to do this. They were still saying it. Takes five days to show symptoms and then on Day Two? They changed it to fourteen and I was like. Oh I thought joke on me. Are you doing any solo writing while you're on the bus? I've kind of mess with it a little bit. But I'm you know with everything that's going on in like there's a ton of business decisions to be made right now as shows are getting postponed and moved in all of that that I kind of. It's been hard to put on the creative hat. I definitely have a guitar in here that I've been like fooling around with and it usually ends up just not going anywhere because I got too many other things on my mind so Once I get home and I've got WIFI situation. Start doing like virtual rights and stuff. But I just haven't really been I haven't really had the but To be creative if you don't have wi fi or a strong signal. Are you able to watch Netflix? Yeah so luckily The streaming things not happening but Direct TV has all the movie channels. Alkyl so I've I've seen every movie in the world now. Well what's good? What did you watch it was gay? 'cause I'm struggling now a little bit except for Tiger King on Fox. I'm just searching around. Yeah I've I've I've so once I get home tiger kings. My wife started. He started. And she's sticking You Know I. I don't know if you follow my sows. But one day I literally watched all of the Rockies. In in one day that was great What's the best one because I have my feelings Best Rocky best one. We'll both pick one. Which which is the best rocky it hort say but I think Rav four with the Russian of me

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Find alternate routes, as the West Seattle Bridge remains closed

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Find alternate routes, as the West Seattle Bridge remains closed

"Well as we work with the indefinite closure of the west Seattle bridge you need to find yourself a new way to get around that closure and unfortunately that lower Spokane's street bridge that is supposed to be reserved for essential travel like transit and freight in emergency responders so use the route instead like the First Avenue south bridge to help you get over the water I would like Stevens we have some road work that's taking place an eastbound two oh four is fully closed at twentieth you will be detoured around the area using both twentieth and highway nine and this work is going to be taking place until about one o'clock this afternoon take note that sounder north line service is currently suspended throughout the rest of the day and tomorrow due to a landslide in North Seattle for using charter buses to help you get through there and some current travel times when went to Seattle or limited value at sixteen minutes south center to Bellevue fourteen minutes federal way to Seattle twenty two minute

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West Seattle Bridge closure begins this morning

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

West Seattle Bridge closure begins this morning

"Well this is the first morning that we are working with the closure of the west Seattle bridge and of course this is going to be a long term closure no end date in sight for now so you can't use the upper bridge lower bridge they're asking that that's just use for emergency responders trait freight and transit still can't get through that way you can have for the first Avenue south bridge we also have the South Park bridge that could help you get over the water there now also in bridge news around five o'clock this morning we had a fire inside well at the one hundred and twenty ninth street bridge that has our roadway currently block between fiftieth place and coal mine road our travel times they've been very light going from ever to Seattle to about twenty seven minutes rented about these big coming in around fourteen minutes Tacoma to Olympia or vice versa that's about a thirty minute

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Coronavirus concerns? The doctor will video chat with you now. Is that enough?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:32 min | 3 years ago

Coronavirus concerns? The doctor will video chat with you now. Is that enough?

"As corona virus spreads in the United States the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization are advising hospitals to increase their use of telemedicine virtual. Doctor visits over video chat. The goal is to keep what's known as the worried well out of hospitals where they might actually get exposed and potentially to reduce the burden on doctors and nurses so we wondered is telemedicine widespread enough and effective enough to make a difference. Dr Robert Wachter is chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco. I asked him how patients should think about using telemedicine. You mean to me the patient that has symptoms that feel like the flu and would otherwise be thinking about trying to get in to see their doctor If now I have the ability to see a doctor get the information I need. Maybe as testing becomes more widespread be guided to how I get a test done. If I can do that while sitting in my living room. That feels like a better way of accessing the medical system than requiring an in person visit for every patient that might need to get care or be triage in the kind of toolbox. Where would you place telemedicine in terms of its importance in either preventing are containing an epidemic? Like her and a virus. Not Super High on the list. Because I think at this point an in person or telemedicine visit between a patient and a doctor is not going to be the central hub of our response. The response is going to be much more in the public. Health Realm about identifying people have symptoms of being able to test them rapidly. Of course that creates a challenge for telemedicine if at the end of our telemedicine counter. You've gotta go get tested. You can't do that through telemedicine. You have to go somewhere to get a test right. Tell me about any other advances in tech that you think might be helpful right now. Specifically in terms of other technological passes I think a lot of it will come in the realm rather than of sort of the Internet and the Web and communications. A lot of. It's GonNa come in the in the way we're able to. I hope quickly ramp up the diagnostic testing for this Quickly ramp up vaccine production and other things like that. You know the way. We produce the flu vaccine. Every year is still not all that efficient so you wonder whether at the end of this we will take all of those processes that are still a little bit sluggish and Invest. What needs to be invested to modernize them so that. When the next thing like this happens we can plug it into an infrastructure and in a way that we couldn't today and sometimes unfortunately you need a crisis to demonstrate that you need to increase your capacity to be able to deal with next one. How often will say insurance cover? These visits it's improved a lot in the last couple of years. I think insurers have recognized that telemedicine is a perfectly reasonable substitute for an in person visit. No several years ago we were spending a lot of time and energy battling the insurance companies about whether they'll cover telemedicine and if they don't the business case to kind of go through What you need to go through to build the capacity build a system by the technology train. Everybody was a little bit weak That's changed in the last year or two. I suspect that this outbreak might be the tipping point to change it. Even more a most payers are paying for telemedicine visits Paying for them at levels that are not that dissimilar from from in person visits and I think it had to reach that point. Healthcare organizations invested what they needed to invest in either building their own telemedicine capacity or working with one of the companies. You know five or ten years now. The idea that I took off half a day of work drove twenty minutes parked and paid fifteen dollars for parking to go. See the doctor for fourteen minutes is going to seem crazy. It's going to be like really dad. You did that It's GonNa be the complete norm that the way you interface with the at least the outpatient healthcare system is through telemedicine visits and increasingly also through sensors and surveys that you answer and other other ways of interacting with the healthcare system which on the other end on. Aaron is going to be some of. It's going to be doctors and some of it's going to be Some of it's going to be technology so that's all growing and I think this epidemic is probably going to Turbo charge that growth.

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How Zamboni Driver Helped Carolina Hurricanes Win Big Game

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

03:37 min | 3 years ago

How Zamboni Driver Helped Carolina Hurricanes Win Big Game

"We can't begin the show without talking about the biggest story to hit hockey since what out. Foster Scott Foster. Probably the Glorious Song I don't know so. What was the last hockey story to get on the today? Show Leyla Anderson. Probably and you know what's interesting about it to me. I mentioned Scott Foster. Is that happened two years ago and one of the more interesting things the way he handled in the blackhawks handle is he got all these requests. He was asked to go on Jimmy Kimmel and the Today Show People magazine. And he turned it all down because he wanted to be about the franchise throat. Meanwhile Dave Ayers technically property of the Carolina Hurricanes Right now. We know they don't say Tom. I'm going to rename top golf. Airs Ball David Errors. Of course is the forty two year old goalie from Whitby Ontario pro previously experienced in the Allan Cup Hockey League where he played for the Norwood Vipers. For Eight Games He was the is the Zamboni Goal Zamboni driver for the Toronto Police H. L. Affiliate the Toronto Marlies He became just the third emergency goaltender in the modern era to play in the NHL when he went out and played for the Carolina Hurricanes against the Toronto Maple leafs on Saturday evening the marlies Zamboni driver playing for the enemy and You know he beat the leafs as everybody knows but are you surprised that the like the hurricanes if there was any team in the league where I was like. This is a team that could play that. Well in front of Amateur goaltender like maybe Dallas would be the number one. Maybe the islanders would be just by the systems they play but Carolina basically saying you. Don't get the PUCK ANYMORE TO THE TORONTO. Maple leafs was something. That was entirely predictable in this. In this scenario my opinion I don't think the hurricanes got enough credit for this guy getting the win one hundred even like after the Game Rod. Rod brindamour comes into the locker room. Talk about how the team played in front of that guy for that guy. Four David eyres eight. Which is an incredible thing. And you know what I was just talking about. Who Remembering when his team had a goalie. That didn't show up. She showed up late so they they had to play six on five. Like we couldn't score a goal on the empty night. Even I mean it's amazing. How the mind works how. The effort level works in that Carolina Hurricanes team. You can't say enough about. I Mean David. Eyres only had eight eight eight saves on ten shots. I mean you know you put a lot of guys in the net with a a modicum of of skill In the position and have that performance in front of them. They're going to have some success so all the credit to him for stepping in there and getting in front of pox but man that I mean Jake Gardner was just laying out out there. I mean it was unbelievable to watch imagine if Michael Hutchinson head that Michael Hutchinson now property of the Colorado Avalanche. Because of course we're going to talk about the trade deadline. But you know I think the reason why this story resonates with so many people is that in the little child and all of us. It's the dream of a fairytale at forty two years old. He's the second oldest player ever to make his. Nhl Debut. And I guess just to put a tie on this as we get into the trade deadline talk. Think BACK TO MEETING SCOTT. Foster one year after his big day where he was the accountant. Ben Saved what was it? Fourteen minutes of scoreless hockey for the Chicago Blackhawks against the then mighty would peg jets and you know he didn't do any interviews for a year and he said at one point. I called it the incident and I had to tell myself just because you take advantage of an opportunity doesn't mean you can enjoy it so I'm just glad that day there is enjoying and enduring with all of us because we all seem to be enjoying it

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Bots to Date for Us: The Future of Love?

Sleepwalkers

09:25 min | 3 years ago

Bots to Date for Us: The Future of Love?

"Brought you in because Of a woman name his Enya. She's a mutual friend of ours. We both know her and she said something to me that I thought was like one of the most was fascinating things. A tech person has said to me. We were doing an interview in San Francisco like outside at some fancy place and she was talking about artificial intelligence. I and a friend of hers had passed away and using all his personal data text messages and like anything he'd put out there publicly she had recreated the digital version of him a lot of some sort That she would. It was almost like a shadow of him that she would still talk to which was like this crazy concept at the time time on. There's like a Black Mirror episode. That feels very similar to this and she would be texting with the Roman brought to her having this whole conversation about the future of AI. Hi and she said one line to me and this is how I always is like as a reporter as a journalist. This is how I always end up doing different episodes and like I go off and I go off into the world and do a whole different story based on something one person says to me in an interview and this is how. I think I've come to you. She said well in the future. We won't even date on dating APPs we'll have bots to date for us like they'll just date for us. We won't even have to swipe and I was like I wonder if down the line that will happen. So that brings me to you. Shane Mack is yet and That's going to happen rate for sure and so. Tell me an and it's happening happening because you're doing that in some capacity before we kind of get into that. Let's talk a little bit about you. you're obsessed with bots. I am now. Yeah what about them. It wasn't my first love. I was obsessed with messaging and I really loved the idea that I should be able to text people and businesses the same and the future would be all lived within messaging not calling or doing crappy website or downloading an APP and then my co-founder was the founder of declawed Robert Stevens and he came to me and said hey the future is not messaging humans future as messaging bots and other. What do you mean? And he's like well. The future is about language talking to systems so he was like let's just hack greatclips website And I'm I'm going to build a textbook that allows me to say I want to get a haircut today and it'll go fill out all the stuff for me automatically on the website and the Bal respond back and say there's a opening and twelve minutes fourteen minutes nineteen minutes and we built it and this is a two thousand thirteen and we went in and Robert Name was on the screen. Is Robert Stevens twelve minutes. And he's like this is the future and it's going to remove all the software in the middle and so then I became obsessed with the mission that bots will create the next wave of the internet which I think because about getting us off the Internet the last decade was about getting us on the Internet and I think the next one is about getting us all Florida vices capacity. Because if you start with today you start with letters to make words words to make meaning and meaning goes to be intent but if you go tomorrow I think we start with intent tent like I want to get a haircut and the body goes a nice it for you and a learns about you knows your preferences and knows how you talked. Everyone else watches in dating context. I look get where people always have. Friction and get kind of Annoyed and I'll listen to people on dating APPS and they're like I have an inbox full of tons of people. We all say the same shit and it's just an endless banter and I can never remember windfall up with and then I've taken to my text messages and I don't remember an unnamed named hello there fucking know this person is and I listened to Mike Okay. So that's not the future that's too much friction and it's causing people things -iety and I think the boss will handle all that. Can you just our listeners. explain like the most basics of like what is it yeah It's just a piece of software that can communicate with you and whether it's on Alexa that would be about whether there it's In a text message a response back and says had agreed. And it's a computer system not a human that's about or if it can talk systems like we have what's that we've built that can both haircuts or book appointments or Boca Flight. Do Anything like that in your company. Assist essentially built kind of this platform all for for this and so much show that facebook kind of called on you. I remember when Mark Zuckerberg Was Up there and facebook launched bats like the Sucker burgers up there talking about one eight hundred flowers that face because its developer's conference for folks who don't know they have developers conference once a year where like all all the facebook executives. Get up there and they talk about like their biggest things that are coming down the pipeline. It's a very big deal for facebook And and they kind of set the stage and and I remember Mark Zuckerberg getting up there. And he's like you never have to call one eight hundred flowers again right and And he's a because there's like a bought right or or something and that was powered by you guys right or you through the first partner. Ever launched seventy two hours before we didn't know it was going to happen and they said Zuckerberg wants to know if the CEO will care at one eight hundred flowers if he makes fun of them and the C O like no. It's amazing let's do it and he's he's always been very progressive and he built his company off being the first company in the world to sell on a phone number and then he was the first person to sell on the Internet compuserve in Nineteen ninety-three and so the fact that they were the first to launch with us to do boss like made sense and it was cool. And so you sold. Are you required. said it was acquired And this this is where things get interesting right because like I think you know we've heard about bots like for all these big companies using it especially customer service bots and all this the stuff but like things are getting really This is where I light up right because like she kinda weird ray because now they're going to be used in all these different ways like this is stuff that no one's talking about there's a whole other use case of bonds and you started thinking about it As it pertained anti like our personal lives right dating and there is a problem and the problem is that there's so many options is really hard so all this is kind of happening simultaneously simultaneously. So you have kind of somehow. Shane thought about bought use for dating APPS. How did that come Komo doubt yet? So I'll give you the business answer and then like my personal and business answer is I actually have been always very interested in the space And I was like the swipe is commoditised so all their business models are built on connection but the connections now infinite like. It's not that you can't get connected because everyone's is on them. It's become mass market. And there's no more stigma than so now everyone's connected. Yeah we literally. There's like so many connections. You don't know what to do. So they've nailed their business model so well that it has has no value so now you have endless connections. But that's how they make money but if I don't need to use specific apps pay them to have more connections then the question becomes uh-huh if if swipes were like how you walked up to someone at a bar and you judge them you have to look at a photo type left right. I think the future is actually the language of the bought that that is what I was like. Oh the first response is actually the new. Swipe the words are the swipe. That's how you get a response. Because everyone I talked to you since messages than ever hear back so then the way that you send messages and how you communicate effectively in what do you have any whitten. Are you funny. Are you curious. Are you specific questions. All all types of things like stuff that I like to think about and just like how do you get people to be more curious and more specific in their question asking. I was like if I can teach everyone how to ask better questions. Will they get better answers. And we'll get responses and it is the new business model based on words not on swipes. That's how that was like maybe okay so now giving the personal answer answer because you're also a dude who sounds like you're on the dating apps and like An. I know every founder tries to fix a problem for himself. So were you just not getting responses. No not actually if you will see if take handwrite and I love what hinge. Did they made it more personal use personal message to a piece of content. That takes so much time. Yeah Yeah and so. I'm looking at it and for me. I always optimizing time and I'm like wait. I'm writing the same type of message for the hiking photo jumping at the top of a cliff for almost every single one or a piece of food that someone has or they have the picture on the bowed or they have a dog like they're all kind of the same and it's it's Kinda sad I was like shit. They all look the same in this profile format that hinge created and it takes forever to literally type A thoughtful message over and over again and and I was like I wonder if I could create a Bot. That would watch how I communicate and optimize it based on if people respond and over time be better at writing and also use the community so if other people are using different language I would learn like searching searching on the Internet. You can search. What are the top fifty things to say dating but when it's in your keyboard and it's part of your body it's probably conversation? It's like there at the moment when you're sending a message and you can then send fifty st messages in a minute. Instead of fifty messages a day.

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Mythbusting Multitasking

The Jamie J Podcast

07:04 min | 3 years ago

Mythbusting Multitasking

"All right. I've been hitting the gym. I'm back in the gym it. It's time to get this lazy ass body doing something. That's really going to make a difference and I've started the gym now. It's been about two weeks now so I've gone every day except for two days now. One of the things I like to do is I used to be an avid runner. Now I'm not talking. Ultra Marathon Lake Gauguin's or anything like that. I used to run. I'd run on average five to seven K every few you days or whatnot. It's kind of interesting because I got back on the good old treadmill there and I started out started out running. And I did a whopping eight minutes st eight minutes. Can you believe it aide whole minutes. It's on the treadmill. Yeah kind of laughed at myself because that was a far far contrast from what I used to do. Now I've been running every day. I start out every single. Dale Walk for a couple of minutes. It's just to get the body all limbered up and everything will start running. I notice I went from eight minutes up to twelve minutes up to fourteen minutes and then I had this little barrier that I put in place for my mind I could do twelve minutes. I do fourteen minutes no problem. It was easy simple for me but every time I tried. There's that word you all know that. I can't stand that word every time I tried to do more more that block that barrier would come up and it would stop me for moving ahead. Well something pretty amazing happened this morning. I want to share it all with you because it's so relevant for all all of us. I'm not just celebrating my own accomplishment this morning here I want to paint the picture of what's possible for each and any one of us to be able to remember I am not that ultramarathons Kamera thon guy so here. I am rocking out this morning. I hit the fourteen minute mark and something different happens. Something changes morning. I could keep going so I did. And what's interesting is I set myself small little piece of small little things to focus on. Okay if I can do fifteen minutes. Can I get to seventeen. My logic in my mind was five. Do Seventeen. That's Fifteenth Fifteen street minutes of running. Plus my two minute warmup. Yeah that's pretty good. I hit seventeen and I was still get to go. I kept doing that until thirty two minutes. meaning that I I had my two minute warm up and I ran straight for thirty minutes now for all you marathon saute. This is no big deal for you. It's like whoopy-doo the guy ran thirty minutes. But for me this guy that's basically been outta shape. It was an accomplishment this morning. What I'm seeing? Here's it each and every one of us can do this. It takes commitment. It takes perseverance. And it takes jake setting up a different standard in our mind. Remember what my old standard used to be it used to be. You can get to fourteen minutes. I could get to sixty minutes and I'm done. I'm tapping I'm finished. It's all I got guess. What a whole lot more than my tank? I didn't do anything different. It's not like I had a bunch of extra arrest or anything. I just got off my ass this morning hopped on that treadmill and I fucking crushed crushed. It crushed it from me. What's great is you can do this? Take this it's a bit of a mindset thing do what I did is I set small little milestones. Okay if I can hit seventeen eighteen minutes can I hit twenty minutes. Can I hit twenty two. Can I hit twenty six. Can I hit twenty. Can I hit thirty. I set myself up small little milestones and I believe that I could do it so enough of my accomplishment though something. I'm really proud of but enough about that. Let's get into the myth of multitasking. What the Hell is this whole idea of multitasking? Well well the idea of multitasking is that we can do multiple things at a time. I'm here to tell you. That's a bunch of absolute bullshit. Now where I use this where he uses in particular Taylor in my business. Coaching is when I'm working with managers. We've all heard the old story of the open door policy. Yeah just come on in anytime no problem I can help you and and we'll I think it's great to be able to build that beautiful report with all your people that work with you that work for you when it's time to do some work when it's time to take on the tasks that require that focus. This is when we have to close that door because we can do one thing at a time really great. We were never meant to do multiple things at a time and for myself. I've really recognized the most I can do. Is One thing I can chew gum and walk. Hey if that's multitasking. Then I guess I'm rocking it out but what I'm here to say as we. We can do multiple things when I'm coaching right. When I'm working with clients I'm not sitting there scrolling through facebook feeds and this and that why because I don't have the capacity for that when I'm doing in my one thing and I'm doing it really great and I'm crushing it? I'm getting all the results and guess what I'm saving time. See the idea that we can do multiple things. It actually takes takes US longer right. Yeah I can multitask. Here's the thing though your brain has to shift thought processes rate sitting in planning out a budget versus going and you oh speaking to an employee that comes in and whatnot. You have to interrupt that one task. That budgeting mindset and you have to shift that mindset into something else now lots of practice you can do it fairly effortlessly heartlessly. But they're still a time loss where we make up that time and where we give ourselves out time back is when we focus on that one thing that we can do really great the idea for this podcast. It came this morning I was running on treadmills. I was cranking and I'm like oh I've got to capture this. I've got one of those minds if I don't write it down if I don't capture it right away poof. It's gone on. I didn't want to lose it this morning. So here I tried the whole myth of multitask. So here I am. I'm running away. I'm grabbing the phone and I have to capture this right. I have to capture the title for this podcast. What I'm going to speak about today so I'm trying to type I'm running? I'm half fallen off this treadmill. I'm sure if anyone was looking at me they'd have got a good chuckle out of it. See even on that. We can't multitask not task. We can do one thing really great really quickly really efficiently. Take some time for yourself to say. What is it that I have have to do? I can tell you the reason I bring. This up is because people where they struggle were they have. Some of their biggest challenges is when they're trying to manage multiple tasks all at once. So so. You can't do it what you can do that one thing really great. This is where I tie it into scheduling scheduling in that task. That you have to do that. You have to to get behind so that when the time comes to crush it when the time comes to absolutely give it your all and get the task done on time on budget with everything you need to all it takes to get it done on is to focus in on that one thing. Stop Telling Yourself that myth that we can do multiple things at once we can do one thing really great. Give yourself a gift because it it really is a gift it's GonNa Save you time. It's going to increase your productivity. You're going to get a hell of a lot more done when you focus in on that one thing the idea of multitasking asking you know what recycle that idea get it out. Transform that energy into something that's GonNa help you focus in on that one thing right as we all know about energy it can neither be created nor destroyed only transformed. And this is what we're looking to do with that. Stop worrying about trying. There's that word stop worrying about trying to multitask and instead focus in on that one thing that you're doing right now. The benefits re permit are amazing. You'll get so much more done you'll be so much. More are productive and intern. You'll be so much happier managers. It's okay to close that door if you're focusing on something that requires all your attention. Take it utilize utilize that utilize that moment utilize that time. You will be extremely happy that you did. You're gonNA get more done. Focus in on that one thing.

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Erik Gustafsson extends the Hawks lead over the Winnipeg Jets for the win

After Hours with Rick Kogan

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Erik Gustafsson extends the Hawks lead over the Winnipeg Jets for the win

"Let point Gustafson fix of a shot what position does it's just as it had to with this last night we mention the pregame show that he had ten points and ten career games against the Winnipeg Jets as part of our who will my banking on future with market bank well they had two points there the first fourteen minutes eleven seconds and the latter with the primary assist returning the favor as Gustafson did to him earlier in that period Matthew hi more the secondary helper there to make it to nothing that would be how the first period ended hawks in jets with eight shots apiece right before that first period ended at Drake could you love began what would be a March to the penalty box three times totaling eight minutes over a fourteen and a half and it's been care to the secondary but the Blackhawks were able to kill off all four of those penalties to could you'll because first it was interference call that he came back in the second period the four twenty mark to a double minor one for interference in one for unsportsmanlike conduct the kill able to come through there as Winnipeg started pelting shots on robin Lehner and then after the Blackhawks got their first power play chance could you lot went to the box at the fourteen sixteen mark of the second on a trip in court you can laugh about it now because the hawks survived it in one of the kill came through each of those times the only goal that second period was when a big drawing go off of some of that momentum from the power play with with into one when mark Shaklee scored his twenty third of the year so it's just a one goal game heading into period number three but the Blackhawks were able to get that all important question of a goal to make it three one nine and a half minutes into the third Catholic gent line shot the

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WHAT WILL WORK IN 2020 FOR B2B MARKETING AND LEAD GENERATION

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

09:25 min | 3 years ago

WHAT WILL WORK IN 2020 FOR B2B MARKETING AND LEAD GENERATION

"Hey Rena thanks for joining us today as we get started. Tell us about yourself. Hi My name is Irena. And I'm in San Diego California orange. I do marketing strategy. Really Love just any marketing challenges that I can find And helping them kind of revive businesses. How did you get interested fitness polisher? Actually so my dad's first business so I have ten brothers and sisters to kind of get started all right And my dad. Will we actually deliver newspapers. And then my dad opened up a business when I was about thirteen. Fourteen minute only lasted about a year And actually failed and then it kind of It was Kinda hard time in her family but then I realized what is it that I can do for other businesses that are failing like what was it that was missing from his business in particular so I went into it. I I mean I learned everything there was to know about marketing especially Ashley like the more challenging business platforms like very niche markets and. That's because I I hear a lot of people especially the early in their career. They think the only alternative is starbucks. McDonald's Walmart and I'm like no every company needs marketing. Being help social media help Edwards Youtube bads all of the stuff that you know with a month of training meaning you can be okay at right exactly and I really get into the year. You can use super good at it. Yep and you have to start early because if you start start early then you kinda get the upper advantage and then you have that fire in the very beginning and so then it kind of goes and it kinda takes a life of its own so marketing a superport. Antibodies Johny Right. And I've always said because I've always been at companies and I was never really happy with the marketing people because they knew what to do but they either didn't care care or they were doing what worked five years ago. Yeah because it's it changes so fast that is that's a hard thing because if somebody it has their own business and it typically marketing business. I mean somebody's focus could potentially change to finding new clients and then they do the bare minimum and then they don't you know they collect patron check. I know that's I mean it's something that I have to fight to make sure to stop myself from. I only take a certain the amount of clients and make sure you know focus on who you have and because marketing is like the most important yeah and I think a lot just seem into either do what they did at their last company or copy their competitors exactly if you copy your competitors than you don't have marketing you just have equal playing ground. You got to do something different. I do yeah I do think that finding what the competitor is doing a super important so like right when I get like any any kind of business model I look what the competitors are doing. I look on the back end of their website find out what keywords are ranking for financial. Xactly what it is that they did but finding new ways. That's and you know what a lot of the times I found. That press is the best way to kind of it. It's something that not everybody is doing. But it's something that gives against the brand awareness. Well that's it when it suits social proof and content in once right because someone else's writing about you or talking with you or about you instead of just you. Yeah Yup. Yeah who's your ideal customer my honestly it could be anyone a general person Could be anyone with any kind of business idea but the ideal where like I figured out a system that works and brings in Leeds consistently our health and wellness so like bariatric surgeons dentists. Search anything things like that but how you get in touch with them. What's your approach is the word of the word of mouth marketing for those because that's my bread and butter but my passion are those B. Two B. businesses software companies? Anybody I mean. The markets are so niche that it takes my mind into work so I like those I like my mind. Let's dig into that possess more of our audience and kind of the audience that I work with when you go into a software company. What's your process like getting any software company? Let's say they want to work with you to get them to kind of cooperate. And how do you come up with your strategy. Yeah well the first process is to make sure I know the company so I'm GonNa ask many questions as I can to kind of know what the business platform is. The second thing I do is I do all the research again to find anything online line or digital to make sure that when I have a conversation with them they realize hey. I've done my work to know who you are. What you what you bring to the table? And then from there there I basically start going into strategy and my strategy always has to do with the biggest bang for the smallest. What is it that will will give us At I mean I guess if we go into the nitty gritty like landing pages finding out even like Google outwards finding out making shuttle landing page converts looking at past Marketing Strategies that you are working but seeing what else I can do to fix them up and kind of giving them my two cents hour so so do you do like an audit I to see what they're currently doing and the results they're getting. I always do an audit The reason is because there are little things that I can find that just I can make a world of a difference and everybody's getting instant results and if they can see instant results then they'll trust me for the long term strategy because that does tape trust to kind of three months and then you'll see results because even like Edwards is turned into a career in and of itself. I mean I've been doing it. Almost it was twenty years I started on like a family business and it just blew the business up and it was like eight cents back back then. Today it's like eighty dollars for any click. It's it's crazy. There are businesses that will light up with it. I mean there's one that just you put in two thousand dollars you'll get back like ten thousand dollars also ones that don't and in the challenges because Google on where it's facebook all those. If those are working you have to kind of think out of the box and then for that. It's like reaching out to influencers finding out and going direct to people that could market for you because like physicians who sell it to their clients. Not Now. That's what I was software companies. They tend to they have a content strategy which is good but they don't have a platform or an audience yep so the inbound just doesn't have what it did ten years ago is everyone's doing it. Yep Yeah and there's still. So how many software companies out name soul to. I mean. It's the day needs where everyone is being sold to on a daily basis And so you Kinda have to think creatively. You can't be selling you. Can't you have to basically find people that are going to look for you and then put yourself there because if you're selling chances are six months down the road. That person won't be happy because they feel that they were. So if you are kind of if you can strategize a marketing strategy that will make the client feel or the user feel as though they went after a lot more customer for sure right kind of educate them and can kinda give value to them build a no like entrust kind of relationship before you try and get them to convert Yup exactly we and so like. Yeah so I mean. There are two different kinds of like websites where one you'd go in and wants his try for free. Try for seven dollars for seven days. Anything and people instant by the other one is it kind of goes through different ways that it It might help you start with your free trial or it might even like by the end. Those I think I mean there's place for both of those ones I would assume or I might gather they might have a longer her life customer because a person was sold into it instead of just buying it right. Yeah what do you see people doing wrong mostly especially especially with marketing general or ads or yeah Well first you have to make your ad will convert so make sure it's something something that Looks good represents your business isn't just something that you throw up there with some words on it Because I mean first impressions are key anything to do for concussions. The second thing is landing pages. People don't realize that a click to your websites. I mean that really do the trick. You have to make sure that your landing page will sell them on what it is that you're giving them. You basically got twenty percent with the Google Click. That's how I think about it

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How long is the sermon? Study ranks Christian churches

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00:37 sec | 3 years ago

How long is the sermon? Study ranks Christian churches

"A new study ranks the length of church sermons how long should a sermon beat the answer very sharply depending on the church according to pew research center study of fifty thousand sermons according to pew Catholic sermons were the shortest averaging just fourteen minutes compared to twenty five minutes for sermons and mainline Protestant congregations and thirty nine minutes an evangelical churches historically black Protestant churches had by far the longest sermons at an average of fifty four minutes a possible explanation Pugh said is that the preacher's a black churches allow more time during their sermons for musical interludes dramatic pauses and responses from worshipers I Walter Ratliff

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Lewandowski Lights Up Der Klassiker

ESPN FC

06:38 min | 3 years ago

Lewandowski Lights Up Der Klassiker

"Start though in the Bundesliga classic lying taking on Borussia Dortmund Ruben. Dos Gift goalscoring for fun of Les Rois on the the bench for this one. The business seventeen minutes saying dose gave cooler born chat. WanNa know who was on. This is just routine. There's another initiative cross gets cutoff. You just continues is run by head back in space very good header yet again. So don't mean look into reorganize get things sorted as we kick off the second half. What sixty seconds in the back of the net just by Munich counterattacking talking with peace? Or nearly she doing that to opponent. This time the mets fourteen minutes ago in the game DOS game. We'll make it three now. Looks routine but this I touch was something special. It's high awkward. Takes on the inside of the Thi- perfectly in stride then finish nine nine to rub salt into the doorman wounds Hummel's with a own goal to make it four now stretching. I mean this kind of tells the story the Doorman Lindsey evening. It's that kind of day for Braschi Dogma. By Munich for Borussia Dortmund nail is how finishes such a strange sport because you look at buying and the way they play today and you think one fading having any sort of problems because they absolutely brilliant and new manage bonds for coming in well not coming. He's been this but all of a sudden he's been hiding under the reince whether some temporary or permanent or to the season we we. You figure that out in in time but share reaction from the team here. He makes a couple of changes to the starting lineup. I think as a team you see by you looking back to their best individually the they look happy it seems as far more more more cohesive being said Dortmund plead. They're part goodbye mimic looked. But if you're by Munich especially given the week that you had not you've got a couple of weeks tax international. Judy Acer greet we to go into the outbreak. On the back of what is normally the biggest game in your in your calendar every single Bundesliga game this season. Recent recent Champions League match as well is absolutely ridiculous for some time. We've been seeing that the best number nine and we'll football right and again and I always have to add the caveat that we don't consider them as your number nights but he has been the without question the best and still you see him continue to do that and you think from me with love and dump scheme has has instincts are better than anybody else's his finishing is better than anybody else's and he's doing it with a consistency not I'm just this season. You mentioned his record this season. But we've seen that for quite some time whereas ordinarily even with the best trackers the so reliant on on on service that they have ups and downs that they have purple patches on this little yet. Somehow Eleven doff ski and you show it today and we. He took those two goals. Not Great Boys in finds himself in space yes but he still had a lot to do in creasing bridge himself yourself and then he makes you finish look show easier the end of it. I mean it really is something temperature to with to behold is interesting. You mentioned in a couple of changes the surprise inclusion Danes Brain in this game. He did ungodly start exactly as cleanup against Jin Sancho who had to come off in the first off. No Riyadh Raff Hunt. Eckstein who who was at the game said Sancho came of a hamstring been struggling or the game long now just from from my perspective looking at it on the television screen. I just thought that all that someone with a hamstring injury jogging off the park doc and then as a cameras followed him on the sidelines. There was nobody there weakening with a bag of ice it it just those two things didn't didn't connect for me that being said I'm Dave Gibney start in a difficult game on was simply sensational by and got the start that they wanted. They got the goals. Ah Give them a little bit of a of a gap team to play with a certain freedom but then again that comes with a manager a new manager bosses and mentioned but having Africa clear pound. And knowing what you want to do and everybody buying into that which I feel Karachi had lost I think through his own feelings and not through non necessarily through to that team. I just folk lost the respect of digestion. I lost out sometime time last season and it was spinning in what you show inconsistent performances Boyd only by eleven scoring telling the one of the biggest matches of the season and Philip Casinos on the bench. Yeah that's a very big call to make. That is a very big call to me continue. Who came in and plead with a freedom when when he first arrived on you thought he was a piece that was missing and that opportunity? I took club like by Munich for him to play in behind the striker in the whole with the freedom and everybody kind of looking for him with the ball was the opportunity he wanted. But if it doesn't fit into the plans then you have to make those big plays respect that as much as players wanted to see the big names of Rome them the respect a manager who has a plan and asserts himself is the main influence of that plan. I I can't you saw that. Meanwhile dolman seen this before we got into the classic Chance really to assert yourself and you get beaten off the pop. Yeah I'm beating Battle of the park and and for for dormant as much as they're still in still early enough in the season that it can be rescued a lot tonight. No you saw so nothing today at and maybe a little bit of a hangover offering them a very cheap. Excuse here after coming back from two down against Inter Milan in the Champions League. But but then if you're a skeptic or you're a cynic you say well you shouldn't be too don't intervene. Yeah in the first place but it quite clearly shows that don't have their issues and when you come up against a team like by Munich who don't let you back in. Then you have the. You have a lot of problems

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