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"hata" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Strangers the a. Recap the last session wilder good recap. Thanks today that's it wilder. Yeah and we saw the daycare. Yeah i mean that. That's a big part. Yeah wilder ran interior times over the the crew traveled to dagger offered to Rescue alien and put her back in her body and or bog got super high. Saw the holy spirit They went back to yawning. Portal and Wilder hata a scary dream where you know maybe he actually killed his mentor. Federick coldwater the end quotes around the iranian sums. It up yeah anything about those dreams. When they're real sometimes their memories wilder you wake up from your dream and it is in the.
"hata" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"That's cracks me up. We talked about how it was movie. Magic how they jumped from these different places but well all of that was going on. Mr white was in the boot if for a very long time. Getting jostled like crazy all the sharp turns stopping and starting the spinning all of the chase scene. He had to get beaten up badly during that chase. Yeah so maybe it was good that a couple of hours after the chase to relax before they got to see on a relaxed in the puna the car because he doesn't look like he had just gone through that much hell he looked rattled. E look a little bit up. But not like i would have expected now. Another part of the movie. Magic here starts at the end of the movie casino. Royale because remember. He opened up the trunk. And mr white's there That means that he left casino royale. And they're they're i guess they're making you believe that that was lake garda but really mr white state was via hata and it's unlike komo not lake garda so that means now that the pre-title opens in like coamo or the start of the drive. Then they leave like coamo drive to lake garda then to the quarry and then to sienna again. It's an interesting route but it'd be a very beautiful one take. Yeah yeah and both like sarkar. I've been to both to come gorgeous. Fabulous wonderful all right. I'm very they're they're different too. Which is nice me personally when he opened that trunk. And you kind of think okay. What's going to be in the trunk. But you kind of anticipated knowing. It's the next movie after casino royale and right at the end the casino royale is when he shoots mr white and he's standing over him. He says team he kinda think okay. He's probably going to be somebody in there. And it's going to be mr white. But i'm just amazed that the trunk opened so effortlessly all crashing and bullets riddling this vehicle and a boy and a queue does up the asked martin pretty damn well. That's nice it's not. It's not just mr white. That somehow came out of that relatively unscathed the boot of the car to yeah all right so we know bond was last in the carrara marble quarry area. Now he's in sienna..
"hata" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®
"Hey amirah here. And welcome to another episode of the unstoppable woman podcast. I am super excited that you are joining us today and thank you for being a loyal listener and if it's your first time here i hope you thoroughly enjoy the upcoming episode that we have for you today. This episode is a compilation of different teachings. That i have given at our unstoppable woman income breakthrough summit and you'll learn a ton here on all sorts of topics including hata break breakthrough and be the woman who actually makes her income goal at that. Next next level. I work with high achievers who.
"hata" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"hata" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast
"Your production your beats everything has to be original. This idea that you could just be original artist like you could just wrap original singer original the music background. Music itself has to be original. Sound like what my d- came out. Nobody had a sound like my deep. Nobody had a sound like mob deep. You know data specific sound dj premier. He had it sowed that he mastered. That was his sound and with people make beats nowadays. They'd be like oh that sounds like a premier because they know that he originated that sound so to so many. This does well over half a dozen things that go into you out. You know so. I mean he. Amusing has to be graded in the next man's at forty thousand other songs every day. Your image has to stand out. It can't be just basic your concepts in your your videos need to stand out Just everyday about humanity's stand out past the music and for for different folks. Different strokes of people stand up for the antics. South people stand up for the image. Stop people just totally stand up because they just make great music or greater music but this idea it. Everybody's making instant hits the everybody's making great music stop it stop. It does levels to this shit. Every business has levels to this shit so people might they on a level that they're not but you know you can take you are whatever level you want to take you on until you on that level you ain't on that level you know but Wlob thirty three hata stand out in the music industry once again we gotta stop thinking that the music itself dictates everything that talent dictates the music industry. We're not end the talent business one of the entertainment business so you have to do things to stand out to be entertaining. What the baby did at at rover loud trust me. His antics is antics. Is the reason why he's trending on social media like crazy right now even trans all the time you know but his antics have extra trending at extra extra standing out. You know little acts little house. Video is videos controversial. it's so controversial. This idea that little house xs song is totally standard out because the song is bogus. It's the music video being as controversial as it is. He pushed the envelope and push the button and further. That i've seen anybody push it it. Hip-hop with this controversy of you know the the homosexual.
"hata" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"You're only gonna use seventy two of these cagney. Stop now off now. I think it's layered and you can connect the dots yourself. But i mean people who i photograph to hata rent controlled apartment who obviously had that apartment for forty years or more so. I think anybody who's already who's had an apartment and still here. They're going to have a comment about the old days in my parents did i do in. Young people can't stand listening to me talk. I'm always like oh my gosh days i would never happened or you know i remember joe at the coroner like showing up so it's inevitable that i think those people would remember fondly the old days things change your life changes and it's really difficult to stay relevant even if you're not making something are in a career just on the planet you know it's hard. It's hard to keep plugged in for your whole life as things change so radically while the other thing is that there's so much change on the outside that people can control their interior. And you know it's sort of a consistency of what is around them. That's a good point for me. The most successful photos on the ones that make me the happiest. And that i think really are honest. Are the ones where the people just become another thing in the in the collection of stuff in the photo way our stuff. You know you okay. That is the wrap of another show a jill. We'd like to thank you for joining us today as our guest interviewer again..
"hata" Discussed on A voice with me
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"hata" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train
"He probably go insane going play lasers and feelings and laze feelings. Hacks like now. He's a prolific creator. But you know we know jadot loves us the most. How many people. actually. I'm begging you to stop this like goes it's been so long. Hata we give you such a free you that's true it has. It has been a gap in recording for us getting a lot of energy out. Who knows how much stay in anyways. Okay so we return to the pride of dusk wall which is currently preparing to leave. Ooh asha for a nonstop trip through bright harbor into sun. Fall on the The north westernmost tip of rubia currently outside of the pride of dusk wall. Several car look motive. Currently he'd been mikhael is among the first to arrive. Furtively stuffing a suitcase into the freight car from inside. The suitcase comes the voice of one fishbone the criminal. Hey mikhael to say you know. We've had our ups and downs but fouled you're doing for me On something you honestly you come through clearly for several. He's inside a suitcase I'd via projection. Oh don't worry. I'm i'm sure i'm sure somebody may add some filter or something in post. This is this is going to be an absolute not Episode of i feel bad for anyone. Ssd lease whenever i'm around. It's always a nightmare for my enemies. I'm fishbone yeah so seriously when you go to open the suitcase when it's safe and son fall be sure to tell me that it's you otherwise fish bones gonna get stabbing. I'm not going back to jail. Who he up twice us up nowadays. Yeah sure just anything. i hear. Footsteps fishbone shuts up drake's swagger in spurs jangling with a big new attachment to his already ostentatious belts. Drake's decided showing up next but that's Feet uc Stopping some luggage into the overpacked car. Og by some each each is more like it has something that you you will choose. That she wanted put came anyway now. He came to get rid of interest. Had drifts up to the snow divulged. I know i have never have that sensation it's is israel. Really inky handy. East case could take some time to get used to a filial author. You'll get there just you know. Let it since you're talking for a bit but a here. Let me help you with that bag out. Annoy his is. Why are you okay. Are i mean he's fine cheese. You fix fixture buddy. I'm gonna go to the crew car if you need help that bag. Who was sanity reason why i came. He.
"hata" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That
"If he even knew i'm gonna be honest. Crystals family hata frustratingly. Hard time advocating for her uncle again because of cove it now getting calls from the doctors being able to be inside the room with him or even inside the building with him and being able to ask questions just like they had done with her grandfather through advocacy. Her family felt like it was their job to get their uncle their son out of the hospital uncle mike and get that advocacy and support crystal and her family wanted to do to be honest. They barely made it to his side before he passed away. Maybe the outcome would have been different but a question question. A question to question is what would it have been like without covet What do you miss. The list is long. Whenever i ask a guest this question. It's a good way to smile. And the memories that come up with them. Crystals memories and love were obviously for her equal and uncle for my ito a miss. Mrs laugh. I wish i had had more recordings of it. Like he has the best laugh that i've ever heard and being like thought of as poet i with him new so proud. He's proud that. I taught but he was always asking you about my poetry and not a lot of people do you know they don't they don't know how to ask or i don't presented enough my uncle much. The same he.
Gardening Out Loud With Duron Chavis
"I would love for you to share for listeners. Your current relationship to plants and gardens. And would you identify yourself as a gardener. Maybe even this is no question Well my relationship to plants in place a think. Best way i would describe. It is that i'm an urban farmer. Either beyond you know being farmer. I see i see my relationship. The plant says you know. I feel like i'm being used by nature in ways but i found my footing in this world of gardening. Farming agriculture us typically as a tool to transform the bill environment. But at the same time it's for me. It's the bow hata we regenerate have we regenerate Our geospatial reality. Now how do we take plants. And and and use them or work with them as tools for social justice That's really my relationship with them. Is that you know. i'm. I'm kinda like in a way that i rely on. Just like all of us Plants for my livelihood In a literal sense anon anon. Very you know Essential sense as well i. Am i work around food. Justice work around. Climate justice centers is centered by plants I spent a lot of time trying to teach people how to nurture plants So that they can nurture then right Whether it'd be through food or whether it be through climate justice or whether it just be the act of beautification
"hata" Discussed on Marketing Spark
"Tips marketers and entrepreneurs in the trenches twenty minutes or less. It's been an interesting year for sas marketing and marketers. Conferences have disappeared content. Marketing rammed positioning branding. Her back big time in many respects arbiters had been forced to reload rethink and refocused to connect eh engage with prospects and customers to provide some perspective and hopefully guidance on what had reached out to shivnarine. Co hata sas a management consulting firm that works with private equity firms and their portfolio companies to help them scale their marketing growth. Welcome to marketing spark. Hey mark thanks for having me so one of the things that we were talking about before this interview was how busy you are. And unfortunately how busy i am. You said something that resonated and you said this year for marketing. What did you mean by that. Yeah so i think what's interesting is. Historically companies have been built on sales right. So what. What is it when i say built on sales most organizations if you think about how they start they usually start with a subject matter expert. Who has some inroads. they have. What's called like an earn thesis. They've learned something about market or pain. Point that people have and then they built some level of expertise and they see a problem and they decided to start a company to solve that pain point or and they end up becoming the first sales reps of the organization and so as time goes on the way. The organization grows is by the founder leading sales. It's called founder lead sales and then as time continues to progress the founder starts to replace themselves and hire people to grow the organization and the first roles they replace our sales roles so that's why you know founders. I hire might be an sdr. And they continue to be as time goes on than the higher an account executive and pulled himself out of that and then become like the sales lead and so they'll be managing three to four sales reps Before you know you've grown past ten twenty thirty even hundred million in revenue Many have a massive sales organization of fifty to one hundred people and in that time. Marketing is kinda looked at as a supporting supporting cast member..
"hata" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Not on his normal game for shore it seemed like he had. Ended and I'm sure you know clearly this is just a guess. Alleged just a thought just to. A gas like on my part that it seemed like he had a buzz on like I don't like it sounded like every friend I've ever had that Hata. Brings you know what I mean like the? He was likes learn a little bit. He was just didn't seem right. Did it like I'm I'm telling you like listening to it. The first thing I said other day was tastes wrong. It seemed that way to me like he did not sound like he was all air. Especially when we're going through all this stuff about whether they're going to play or when they were gonNA play. Pick a million times never sounded like that before he was very slow very like not sure what he was going to say next it was a mess. It really was like I don't believe that in the moment he was so nervous that he. You know screwed up or anything like that. It just seemed like he was. It just seemed like he was buzzed like slurring like he was. You know high. Like he had had drinks or something, it seemed like he was trying to get through it even though. He was righted teetering point of a guy got. It's about to like go over the edge. Where he had had a few thought, he can still speak the wedding and didn't realize that.
"hata" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast
"Right out of college in the eighties I graduated from college and early eighties and get. started. So for mediators was carefree, add money for the first time in my life. Time in life and much suspended on no family yet, and those are different times. That happens for you in seventies or the nineties that point in your life when you're twenty something. Different kinds of memories than when you have before you have a family and after you have family all good memories but different types of memories. But back in the eighties whether you were in high school whether you're young person twentysomething would no commitment or you had already started your family were raising a family, the eighty different and the contrast between now and the eighties really really stark. The things that we did things that we didn't have to do can you imagine back in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, every thinking there was a time where you'd be quarantine in your own house and Hata were amassed to go out in public indoors especially. Never could a dream that not even in the cheesiest movies? Could you seen the world as it is now? Where we have social media and Internet computers and FACEBOOK and? You didn't see it coming forty years. got. It. Makes me think what is it gonNA be like forty years from now when my kids are my age raising their families one is the world going to be like I. Hope I believe I think it's going to be a better place and that's kind of been the conversation hasn't it of the old man's podcast that? We see each generation, make the world, a better place and Henry generation that we've talked to since does feel that they've made it a better place and they can point to the different things that they've done and been witnessed in their lifetimes and young lives still come for the younger generations of things that they hope to change the world. The world is a better place. It's more scary place. More complicated place, and that's why it's important for you to listen to the old man's podcast so that there's somebody to help you get through that complication in that technology and all the confusion I'm right here. I got it for you listen to old man's podcast, pass it on everybody to now so they. Don't get confused so that they can negotiate the modern world, the old.
Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le
"Welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Everyone. It's great to have you on the show I've followed research for Your work for quite some time and I'm looking forward to digging into some of the new things that you're working on but before we do that I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you got started working in machine learning okay so I was born in Vietnam. I did my Undergrad in Australia. And in my second year. My undergrad I started some project doing machine London with Alex. Mola a back in Australia and back. Then I was played with. Kodo methods Then I Did my PhD AT STANFORD. A on a lot of deep learning back in the day when deployed in whispers or very cool. And that's the route two thousand seven and around two thousand eleven I did a summer internship at Google and that was when Google Brin project was founded so when I was there that was a long and Jackie Naan Greco data was there and I. It was the sun so we started out small. That sounds cool. Yeah and then I did some of the Scaling Up Neuro networks with Google Britain folks and then You know at the end Up to two years did some work on machine translation with the media and Oreo VR. He's now did mine. Owner of Ilya is now at opening I and we develop sold end to end. Solution methods and Around two thousand sixteen. I started looking into more like You Know Auto. Mau Architecture search and more recently are looking to Malacca together with Otto may also look into Sent me supervised learning and it's awesome awesome now. You mentioned early on doing work with Alex. Mullah was he was this before he was at Carnegie Mellon was visiting in Australia. He was a professor in Australia. Yeah I I went to a university. In a small air. In the capital city Austrailia go Kendra. He was yeah camera and he was Professor Edward Research. So I thought I had. I have along Very interested in AI and machine learning and took me for that. I took a class data mining and so on and talk a little bit boring but the ability to actually learn. It's actually a super fascinating so I contacted him and he was moonlight co methods machine learning and we worked together for maybe a few years before he went to he went to America then. Cmu and Amazon. Okay okay so a lot of your. Recent work has been focused on this idea of You know automating machine learning and neural architecture surge to allow machines to find the best deep learning architectures in like. It's a little bit about how you arrived at working in that area. What some of the motivations were for getting started digging into that problem so I've been Along interested in this idea of self improvement machine should be self improving itself a machine learning and even and when I started doing co methods with Alex. I always ask him. You know how the Dakota bandwith and so on how some of the HYPOC Ramat does include methods decided and apparently they decided by using things like Cross validation on then where I work on. Koroma two narrow networks. My hope is to make the hype. Affirmative go away. But that's how is the opposite so if you look at the a Kabul Lucien neural networks at has a lot of hype privatised right like how many how many layers you want it to be and how many channels you wanted to be. And what are the some of the high assize apprentice since on a Coulda with all the training parameters? Yeah all learning. Dry and as researcher develop more and more techniques FAW EURONET. There's more decisions that you have to make. That feel like. This is like a problem that can be helped by a little bit of automation so So I I observe a lot of my colleagues who will when designing networks and I asked him about the principles of design. Your neural networks. And you started are having some really solid principles like Skip CONNECTION SO. The gradient can flow through the network concern. But as you tune the network Karen Hata do no longer have the principal is around. You know trial and error right you you try this a little bit and simply with better so you try that more so. I think that that is something that may be ready for automation so even during my Grad School. I already talked about trying this but I thought you know. Maybe we didn't have enough compute because training net already takes took me days so when I saw that new control. Units are are in thirty minutes. Something like that on on safer I thought. Oh maybe this is the right time to try this. So that's when I started doing this. Newer architecture search in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting that you know. Even with all of the compute resources of Google. You had to wait until the time was compressed. Enough in order to be able to tackle the problem. Yeah to get really good results. You want the networks will be really big and that will take a long time to train. Yeah and it's it's It's funny coming from me that we have so much resources that will go train in EURONET still taking a long time And so maybe talk about the the first steps in In that area. Did you jump right into neural architecture? Search or was that the you know a a an end stage or end result of this work where I I on some of the related ideas on and off since two thousand twelve like playing around with how to do. Better hyper profitable tuning and none of that. It's really published. Because I didn't have good results have pugh and so on so so I tried it on and off over the time you know every year I would set out some time to try this idea for a few months and you know and it didn't work very well because like a procurement song and then Two Thousand Sixteen. I met Barrett's off would as my colleague now at Google and he's very talented. So we say oh. Let's let's try at the idea of Jews in like a reinforcement learning to generate and network like a little layer in an network for for a ceasefire model. Seafoam motto. Is already at the time you could say that you know enough of you depends on how where you want to be but you from thirty minutes to a few hours and the seems like about the right amount of time to get this going and my prediction is that you have to train. Maybe either between from one thousand to ten thousand bottles and I did a backup our calculation and thought. Oh this might be the right time to do it but you know I have tried this some of these related ideas in much before
How First-Time Managers Succeed At Leadership | Victoria Roos Olsson
"Hi Victoria welcome to the show. Well thank you so much. It's lovely to be here so Victoria. Your book addresses that Comma dates. That people don't quit because of the organization. Quit because of their manager indeed throughout your book you and your Co Authors share personal examples of employees and colleagues leaving accompany or thinking about leaving because of the working conditions created by their boss now among the six practices you write about regarding how we can be the kind of leaders that employees need deliver their best. There were a few that stood out to me for different reasons and the first one I want to talk with you about is the practice of holding regular one on ones with your employees and the reason for that is that in some of my corporate training sessions. I discuss both why this is necessary. And how leaders can incorporate these get togethers in their workweek but before we talk about some of the strategies you share on. How specifically do this? I was wondering if you could share why this is necessary as I'm sure you've gotten like me. That pushback from leaders say they've already got overflowing plates of work and to do lists and they just can't add another item into the workday so Victoria. Why do leaders need to make time for this and that is very good and relevant and common question and if your mindset is that your one on one is really sort of a very quick status check sort of Hey? How was last week? Yeah what's going on? What's happening next week? You need my help with anything. If that's your perception of a one on one yeah well. Maybe then you don't really need to have it. That often and I often get the question as well like well really would senior employees during need to have my one on. Wednesday are mean. They're big enough to to deal with this on their own. But if you change your mindset and think about it like all right so this is my one unique opportunity this week to really sit down with my key employees on a one on one basis and see. What is it that I can do to help them? Raise that engagement so that they feel you know not just that. They're here to do their work. But they really feel creatively excited and they want to contribute and amid alda message stress and pressure and worlwide nd. That's going on you get that moment to sort of just step out from that and catch was truly important. If that's would you thinking a one on one as well then it does really make sense to have them? And I'm sure it comes as no surprise that I completely agree with you. Victory but now that we looked at the Y. I'd love to discuss the how because again. I think this is where leaders can trip themselves up. For example. I recently had a discussion with newly minted manager. Who under the new role is undertaking a sizable change initiative? And they often have those one on one meetings with the senior management apartment. And like you just said. These meetings tend to be more their boss asking for status updates and checking stuff off their list. Okay on this on that. Good good go and this new manager admitted to me that they often left these meetings feeling even more behind then they before the meeting right because they couldn't get their issues concerns address they were going in and saying okay. Good I'm going to get some information on this and when it gets input on how to approach this. What is the critical issues? I should be focusing on over the next week or two and none of those got addressed. Yeah so when it comes to create these one on one sessions. How do we go about making sure? We're doing it right and consistently over time. I think a key to have affected one on ones is to spend a bit of time preparing for them. Just like you would for any other important meeting like when you go into importing client meeting. You'd prepare an leader or manager. I think that's what you need to do as well do really think about. Hey what's that in mind with this meeting and also set your team member up for success by asking them to prepare and even sort of state that at the start of the meeting so you know when we rush up from here in thirty minutes what do what do we need to know or do differently. Or what's important to sort of really set that end in mind? I think that's key and in key. Where so many managers were there? Were problem solvers. And we're going right into kind of a strange delegation mode sharing things it needs to be done. Okay this is my time to really listen. This is a time to learn. So what's really going on what what's happening out there so you should if you prepare. Think about the questions. You're going to ask rather than all the answers or tasked you're going to delegate and then spend more time listening than talking right and you know I love this point you bring up in your book of how to remember that. The point of these meetings is for us as leaders to elevate our employees. It's for us to figure out how we can help them. Do better be better so that they can not only succeeded. Achieving the goals reassigned to them but so that they can also become stronger team members who can help us to collectively succeed exact a year building. String theor you know. That's that's your key purpose. Really that one of your key purposes as leader due to help elevate and bill your team so that you can go out and really decent great work absolutely making that perceptual shift from one of my getting out of this to how am I helping you get something beneficial out of this time with me so important and critical in today's workplaces where it's understood that what's key to our alarm. Success leadership is our ability to nurture and sustain relationships with our employees. Ease that we're able to understand what's their internal motivation in Hata tied to organizations vision so that they're willing to share their best efforts because they motivate themselves to do so ex-exactly and remembering it's their meeting. It's not your meeting. It's their meeting. I love that too. That's such a great point there and there's something you mentioned in the structure of how to go around scheduling these one on one meetings that it leads into the second practice that you describe your book and assist notion that when we're looking at scheduling these one meetings. One of the keys for it to be successful is to make sure we're accounting for energy level and I love this idea of learning to become more aware of how. Our energy fluctuated with workweek. Because it actually reflects something I wrote about in my book. Leadership Vertigo where I talk about. How THE ENERGY LEVELS? We have impact our ability to be truly present and engage with their employees whether it's in those one on one or in group meetings so that they're not feeling as though we're simply just going through the motions. Oh we have to have these meetings or I have to meet with you the check in with you so this is another practice that you write about. That really caught my interest where you write about how we need to be taking a greater effort to manage both our energy and our time. Now I know in your book you did. Mention Victoria this something. You're particularly passionate about and I love this idea. You share that there. Are these five energy drivers. We can use to boost our energy levels. So what are these five energy drivers in? How can they help us to be more engaged in present? I you know what I. I'll share the five energy. Drivers are super important. But I'm just coming back from having delivered a workshop with some senior leaders and it's interesting because I do think that most people they do recognize these energy drivers but still we kind of think of it as something more of a reward than an investment and I think that that sort of Deke the paradigm we have when we go into this that we don't think as an energy driver to something we can do at the end of the week but it's really something at the start of the week to make sure we can be that great leader so yes the energy drivers. It said a lot of physical things in there. So it's about sleep and this is in my experience where a lot of leaders fail short and yeah unfortunately there have been some really like cool leaders going out there making statements. They can survive on three hours of sleep. Instill run this multi billion dollar business. And that's I mean we do need our sleep. We need our seven to eight hours of sleep and we need to prepare for that. We need to be strategic about that. 'cause we need to come focus to work right. So sleep is definitely one of the energy drivers and then it's movement and that is increasingly being proven over and over again. How important that is. We're not GONNA do movement because we wanna you know look Good Beach. Two Thousand and twenty but we WANNA do movement so we can sink good so we can feel good and there's research now really showing that if you go out and physically move properly like three times a week really get your pulse up for forty minutes. That has a stronger effect on like mild depressions and things than just any medication. Isn't that cool to know?
California Reservation's Solar Microgrid Provides Power During Utility Shutoffs
"In recent months California's been electric utilities. been taking the unprecedented step of shutting off power to millions. The move is meant to prevent power equipment from sparking catastrophic Hata Straffic Wildfires Jefferson public. Radio's Eric Newman. Reports on a renewable energy micro grid proving to be one solution to this ongoing the problem the Blue Lake rancher retry lives just north of Eureka California behind the Tribes Casino and hotel. Janna Ghanaian opens a chain link. Fence inside are more. Than fifteen hundred solar panels slanted toward the Noonday Sun. or up. Just a little on a little platform for that can oversee most of the array. Gin is the sustainability director with the Blue Lake Richer retreive. This is the view that I liked the best gaining help. Build the solar or micro grid as part of the tribes goal to have climate resilient infrastructure and to be ready for earthquakes and soon nominees but then beginning in October it became useful in a whole new way. The utility Pacific Gas and electric or PG any shut off power to more than thirty counties in central and northern California. On October night we had Probably thirty to forty five minute. gaslines people that fueling vehicles but also their home generators that continued it basically for the duration of the twenty eight hour outage as one of the only gas stations with power. They gave diesel to united Indian health services to refrigerate their medications wins and to the mad. River fish hatchery. Fish alive. The local newspaper used a hotel conference room. Area residents stopped by to charge their cell phones. They the estimate that on that day more than ten thousand nearby residents came to the reservation for gas and Supplies Ryan. Derby is the emergency services manager for Humboldt County Eighty. He says they've been warned about these shut offs but didn't know they were happening until that day so our entire planning model for the last eighteen months got thrown out the window. Suddenly Humboldt County of one hundred thirty. Six thousand people was in the dark. Homo County prides itself on being resilient but I think in light of the public safety our our shut off so we realized how dependent we really are on electric city. The county focused on people who relied on medical devices like respirators oxygen tanks at the ranch Ria Anita huff was directing emergency services for people with critical medical. Needs we had eight people in here. Who could not have lived without electricity so we saved a lives in the tribe built a micro good with help from the shots? Energy Research Center at Humboldt State University. Dave Carter was the lead technical engineer. Microbes are very complex because and in some ways. They're kind of like snowflakes where there's no two of them are the same. Because it depends on where you are on the great and what. Your facility is micro grids. Keep the energy flowing to customers even after disconnecting from the overall power grid the Blue Lake micro grid goes into island mode. Large Tesla Battery System Balances Energy supply lie in demand. By comparison conventional solar arrays have to automatically shut down during outages. So they don't electrocute powerline workers micro grids. Do come a cost. This one was six point. Three million dollars Janna Ghanaian with a Blue Lake Ranch area says with future. Electricity shut offs rural communities need to to be especially resilient and that's true for reservations as well. Many many tribal nations are located at the end of the line in terms of the electricity grid. They may have no power. They may have poor quality. Power and micro grids are away to just do an end run around all of that last month. PG announced its soliciting listening bids to build twenty new microbes near utility substations that could be affected by future power shut offs.
"hata" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Right. Let's go west of the Rockies Loretta Modesto, California. Good morning, Loretta. Thank you very much for speaking to all this. And yes, I will definitely say yes on yet. But research. Gentlemen, Colleen area year and he spoke very good about polio me things. However, those of us who blackout time I believe research would be one of the greatest things that world. I myself have it. And I have two people that I spoke to in this. And winter female in both saw speech with dip rich in some ways, have you ever heard of that, while Loretta I'm not quite following? You are you talking about. When you say passing out, what do you mean? Are you talking about missing time gap in time? I guess it would be called, because I got sick one day. Stop the lady, I started. Call an ambulance. I was blacked out in, I don't know what you call it. But anyway, I blacked out, I was taken to the hospital emergency around. On the ninth of June. The doctor saw the emergency, so nothing wrong released the on my own. And I went back to buy home win inside my house and to this day. Get no one to believe it. But this is the honest truth. I can't do fifteenth Degen sitting on a bench here Modesto. I lady road up to me on her bike. I came to very second. Blacked out again was taken back, divall spittle. So there is this kind of thing. But trying to get someone to do research is a hardest thing in the world. But I do believe mine started the medicine that they're talking about being for water at camp login. And that's why stations. But I have no idea what causes it. But I know research doctors would be the greatest thing in the world that we could find someone who would do research on it. That's a strange Loretta. But thank you for sharing it. I appreciate your call. Let's say hi to Wayne in Tacoma, Wayne. Good morning. Good morning, Richard that has to upper music. Thank you. Roy overs on big eight number one said ROY orbison was the best thing his time. Yes. Remember to say that about somebody else's? That's true. He what a distinctive voice he had. It was so the'real almost Djelic exactly. And in less than two months. We'll be celebrating. The forty seconds, Europe his death, and he died at age forty two. That's right. My gosh, you're right. It has been forty two years for Elvis, right? Hard to believe hard to believe. I remember exactly where I was exactly what I was doing. I can even tell you this, there was I was sitting on my parents bed watching Star Trek on their old black and white TV. I even remember the episode. I remember exactly at what point my sister came in to tell me that Elvis Presley had died. It's just one of those pivotal moments. You never forget, right? Just like when you hear about president Kennedy and his his death. Yeah. You never forget that time. And also Michael Jackson died on. My birthday June twenty fifth is that right? Okay. Unbelievable. Anyway. Getting the my story back in nineteen sixty six I'd just gotten out of the air force and under unusual circumstances. I had have full permission to go in because of physical difficulty that I had handicapped. So whatever you wanna call it, then it popped up again in the service. Anyway, I almost died in the hospital in the air force came out and was gonna get together with a friend of mine to go up to the mountains on the picks of Washington, state and called them up. Some, you're ready go. And he just backed out in the last minute. So I kind of going by myself, and I'd only been there once before up to mount Constance polite constants with my brother several years before when I was quite young, and it's a quite a hike. In fact, the Lake Constance conscious trails the longest trail on the. Ethics and the park going up to the lake is a little over. Seven miles me up, you hours to climb up quite a strenuous scratch to get up there. Meta. Couple on my way up coming down. They had fish with them. They caught some fish in the lake and they gave me one of the fishes. I put it in my backpack. Thanks very much, and got up the lake Hata late at night is just getting dark in fact about thousand feet before I got to the lake came out of the.
"hata" Discussed on Popgram Podcast
"He said, always parts of a program to us. Sharon private information company, we can monitor the mental health to sleep, the diets a why this means that the workers, people Sychev come from activision big brother to three has been me tools that can help me out. Do they want us that data to find out the health of employees so that they can adequately manage their workload? Okay. So let me I, I sit two things about this. This is not just specifically activision is other conditions so that quite a lot of things here. So one is a lot of stuff, particularly the UK about garden at work. Now when I was going to be the culture that grew up in. It's very much a fact that you come to a canoe job, I paid for can go whom your problems are your problems. And if it affects your work, you're going to fucking fired. Now, we all knew that, that is not to way to world should actually work that a lot of spend time at work. So we'll have a pleasant environment are wilted employers to understand where it is coming from Hata empathy, put things in pistol support us without being said, I would not employer trucking might religious Eichel or even get personal. About smears wrong much. So that when I use the healthcare that provide through work, I am very, I'm always assistant with whatever provider saying. New, you cannot share my medical information with my workplace. I'm happy.
"hata" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"And I was like I don't get it for a while this became like a banner I would hold this all my Amish shoulders like a flag. It was a burden is an excuse for me to not be successful. The fact that stupid, but the fact that I didn't own a briefcase made me feel like I was on professional enough to be an entrepreneur stupid. But so is everyone else's excuse. I couldn't talk. I was very overweight. I was I there's no way you have got me on a podcast. I believe that. I am the least likely success story. And if you think about like what? Like it wasn't by me sitting back. And well, I'm not that fat. I'm not out broke. You know what I mean? Like that's hard about this is most the time when you're sitting back all these people who are trying to build a funnel or business Reno to root for the first time. It's not that the models that they're falling. Don't work. They are not working the model and most the time what's happening is like this stuff between their head isn't geared appropriately for their own benefit yet. And so I have to go back and help the realize like look the reason I can't talk is because I couldn't five years ago. Right. The reason why I back. Letting more athletic males because I wasn't and so it's brutal honesty in oneself. And where you currently are Steven you're broke, you know, and being okay with that. And not judging your value off. But clearly feeling the state that you're in Steven you're broke even your dumb. I kicked out of college. I had to go back four years later and apply. And then I had to learn how to learn and right, Steven you're dumb. You don't know how to do this. You don't of this? You've got no discipline. You have a video game addiction. You know? And I had to get really raw and real and too many people are frayed that they. That they are not gonna be able to do that. Here's what I've noticed happens in one on the way to coaching us as adults. Most of our train track is actually built for us for the majority of her life, and it should be. You know, hey, you got three girls. Hey thing one. You cannot throw your spaghetti thing too. You know like there's train tracks. You can't like there's rules of life. But eventually what happens is the truck stop and of notice that the majority of the dolts consultant teaching coach with is that they have never in their life actually picked the hammer up on their own Hata fought put down a track and put them I nail and on their own. They have done everything that everyone else has always told them. They've never had the air gain the confidence to do those kinds of things in their life. And so the whole concept of lean in is that when you think about Steven what Obama tracks what are the tracks that I need to go down to follow the reality. Is that the obstacle is the way, right? If you don't know the tracks to follow. Oh, you don't know how to talk Stephen, right? Down to get raw they'll obstacles away. Go. Learn your broke Roka's a joke. Baby. Right. You got to figure that out. You're lost in the sauce. Just admit it. Right. It stopped trying to save face or safe pride. No, you're dumb, man..
"hata" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"hata" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview
"I'm assuming he's deferred. Every SUV of all these only won the coin toss twice. Wow. Brad's come and load loaded. How they're Macki Macki Hata Damnak. He it. He's there's a line in the godfather the book, not the movie where he says, you know, Kay's talking to Michael about him. And it's like put your dad seems very generous. He's town like he put this kid through college. He did this. And he did that he goes. Well, think of it like explores on the North Pole. They'll just leave food in certain places hidden figuring one day, they're gonna come back there, and they might be hungry, and he goes of my dad's hungry, they better deliver Mackie's drop in little tidbits and Brad's pocket. Figuring one day. He's gonna have to come in and save the day. All right. Maybe not maybe not that sinister. Who knows? So to answer your question. I'm always reluctant betting team in the first half or the first quarter when I feel they have less than a fifty percent chance to start the game with the ball will listen. This is interesting because Dave Adler has a pick on the patriots and the Rams in the first quarter. Now, listen. Davis. Ler stubborn. He always scoffs. He's in his sixties. He's been batting and winning for for like nine years of pre-game, maybe eight longtime also he owned his own business. Very successful for a long time. He sold out to retire. So if you're if you own your own business, and you're rich, and you're the man of the house often times, not many people are telling you what to do Davis tavern. But when you win you can be stubborn we told them, Dave. I mean Mackey sleepy. It was like everybody knows who would possibly make this pick without hashing it out that the patriots of scored three points in eight games tax emails. I think that sleepy try to get a Skype account. He had trouble signing up, but he tried and. And still Dave Esser said, I don't give a care. Here's this pick as far as the Super Bowl game at south. Yes. I know everybody's onto wing one. I know it's not as two and a half almost nine street. It's been three for a little bit of one of our Twitter followers. Just telling me Alexa, pick the patriots. And she is undefeated picking eagles last year. So thanks for that. I don't have any more work to do there. But all seriousness everyone on New England unless they can get plus three is alarming on a do like is the patriots in the first quarter. I know job is that you have to think the experienced rather the inexperienced just take center stage early. Just like it didn't Kansas City and most other patriots playoff games for that matter. So my best bet right now win the patriots first quarter. Okay. So he's ignoring the history that ballot check starts. So now, it's all like the pats of fallen behind much of these games. Opponents having scored much either. As yet it's been very very low scoring to start patriot Super Bowls in the first quarter. Okay. So let's get there. I do we just play the under hair or is that lie. It just feels like that every sharp is playing under first quarter has gotten. So prominent now that the lines getting a fact that well, I think you can play it now before the lines impacted because the numbers are you saying ten and a half on the first quarter, and you like that. Yeah. I think you can play under tennis, the math work with the total. The the math for the total should be ten and a half. So it has seen as no Super Bowl fact. Right. And there's no Super Bowl adjustment in the first quarter numbers that I've seen on the opener so far. Wow. Then that's an auto bat. Right. Because you got the Super Bowl trend and the patriots Trent. Yes, it is. You say that like begrudgingly? Oh, I didn't mean to do it that way. Yeah. I don't I really wanna give this. I want to this. I bet first quarter under ten and a half. And I bet third quarter over ten already just kind of basic strategy Super Bowl betting in the slow. Start of the patriots is just a little extra gravy to be able to make it a little maybe a little bit stronger..