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"hyder" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Know. You're a great idea when you have people who are like. I'm ready to be customer. Where do i sign up got it. Yeah you're right that. I love that the way you think about that. It's really good and like i said before. I like those little short videos that you do because you talk about all different kinds of things so it's of interesting. How you just go from topic to topic you talked about writing and how people talk about getting motivated or inspired to write no discipline to right or something like that is what you said. Which i thought was great. If you're disciplined right the motivation and the inspiration come. Yeah you know motivation inspiration for amateurs. The professionals can't survive on that stuff. They need discipline right. Nice so tell me. How a zen media which by the way i didn't say with that secrete name. I don't know how you came up with it. Maybe you can share that. But that's a great name How do you how do you help. Companies break sales pre sales team and the sales team. Break the operations team. So yeah i'll i'll answer both parts of your question so i i wrote the book disaster social media marketing in part of the name of the book and the title and all of it. Was this idea that if you keep trying to think of marketing offline world and apply to the digital. It doesn't work. it's not and we saw this when people tried to use zoom cool. 'cause like they did off latino doesn't work like it's not it's not the same. You can't just take what you've done. Offline and plastered online. There are different rules of platforms in the game to be able to fully utilize them so to me. That felt like zen way to do it. Right go with the flow. Find people how where they are how they wanna be catered to and then go with that. So that's where zen media came and part of what i i like to think are those. How do we make you know these things that tend to be a thorny kind of issue for so many companies marketing and sales zen as possible. So that's that's her philosophy in our on our ethos as well and what we do is it's really simple in in the big scheme of things recreate front runners in the industry and what that looks like is for companies to be even invited to the table. You have to know who they are like. Think about salesforce. Ibm all these companies. they have brands. They're known in because they're known big grow faster. It's like until a lot of what we do. Is we get brands known. We help create that gravitas around them in their industry so they can be rockstars within their given industry. Okay that makes sense front runners and rockstars. I love it building a brand. So where where. Speaking of your brand. Where do you go from here. I mean you're speaking globally. You're doing you know you're helping companies break sales and do all the things you just talked about and your writing and your you know being recognized for all of these things go into the white house. Maybe you'll go there again united nations. What's what's what's next for you. What's next is finding more ways to serve the people that i feel like only i can serve in the best and highest way that i know possible and i know that sounds broad but yours what i mean. I am now a mom to two kids. No one else can be their mom but me rate certain does little dots my role my team and again got a know. I spent a lot of time thinking about. How can i make things better for them every day. What can i do what does that. Look like I'm the boss of the got right. So what can i in that position due to make things better easier that he just overall a happier place to work. That's my goal our clients our audience. Globally what is it that only can share to my lens through my expertise. What is that rule. That i can fulfill. And how do i show up in my best way of doing that. So you'll you'll notice that. It's not like i want dominate this platform next. I want know it's it's more about doing the things that i know in continuing to serve be other pieces will follow though that sorta wear remind mindset in my ethos is right now very wise and not only did your not choose their boss. Your children did not choose their parent either. So you've got the same sort of obligation and responsibility and opportunity opportunity and Yeah i a young young son and a daughter. I have a three month old daughter. Andy twenty one month old little boy and the thank you and you might look my son. At bless his heart he comes by all his his qualities. Good in bad honest. So he's which is fun to see the parent rate like all your flaws personified in this little person your showman. It's been so much fun to talk with you and learn about you and hear your experiences and and and give you the opportunity to share stuff. I've learned a ton listening to your your wise beyond your years and you've done some phenomenal work. And i'm. I'm very glad that you chose to be on the podcast today. Thank you mike. Thanks for inviting me and hopefully your listeners. Got some value out of it. Thanks for listening to this episode of the podcast where we believe that success doesn't happen unless you make it happen. You can subscribe to the podcast on apple. Podcast google podcasts stitcher. Or wherever you like to listen and while you're there please rate it and leave a comment as well. I'd love to hear your thoughts about the show ideas for future gassed for whatever you'd like to share and of course you can always find me at mike. Tested dot com. See you next time. Thanks again for listening to the how it happened podcast..
"hyder" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Both those things to listen. Those people smarter than me and you by the way dead or alive. You know my husband and i watch jim ruins clips video clips on youtube all the time. 'cause they've gotten to the audio clips there and again i feel like the more you immerse yourself with those people but those voices would with that type of content. You can't help but become the next version of yourself. Whatever that is why. I appreciate you bringing him up because many people listening may not be familiar with jim rohn. That's our o h n is how you spell his last name. But it's definitely. He is definitely worth a look. His books his audio his videos the guy was. I remember the story about him. He's someone some kid came to his door and was selling something door to door and he didn't have the five dollars or whatever to pay the kid and this was at a time when he was sort of down on his life and he he decided at that moment that that was never going to happen again. He was always going to have a couple of hundred dollars in his pocket. He didn't know where he was going to get it and he didn't know how but he just that experience embarrassed him and he said i can't. I can't go through life like this and it inspired him to do some of the work he ended up doing. I remember that story stuck with me sticks with me even to this time. Not that story mike. I do recall hearing on one interview where he says you know usually have this great kid tony robbins. Who's running around fixing stuff for me. But he's not here today. A great this kid is really tall. Kid tony robbins. Who's helping me out around the house. Right which is your to me. It's like a historic clip. And i remember that so so yeah i think used around herself we'd look out could is always a measure of input and that's true for what we eat. That's true for what we consume. That's true for who we surround ourselves with. They'll i feel like so many people. Try to tweak the output without putting enough thought or effort into the input. Well yeah of course like you said it's hard to grow. Well it's a lot easier not to grow because you need inputs to grow and it's a lot it's easy to say. Well i don't want any more input. I'm just gonna want don't want the uncomfortableness of actually you know growing because that means more is expected of me or whatever so i wanna ask you about a couple of things. You talked about in videos that i watched. If that's okay you were. You were talking earlier. About how sort of glamorous maybe in quotes entrepreneurs and is now from shark tank and you know just just sort of got a sexiness to it that when i started as an entrepreneur. We didn't even call ourselves that because nobody called themselves that you were just a business owner at the time or a full one or the other and so one of the things that you said in one of your videos which i which i love that if you wanna be successful or you want to be successful entrepreneurs you have to love solving problems because that's what it's all about. Can you tell us more about how you think about the love of solving problems yes I'm glad that you brought that up any so on point qazvin people's asked me like should i be an entrepreneur. D- someone's considering at night. Mike genuine question back is well. How much do you like solving problems. Because the one thing that i can almost guarantee is that you're fixing things all the time. I mean it could be anything from a small thing you know of of getting through boy anything from small like. Hey this web pages down today. i'm making this up rate or big thing like maybe an employee is going through a really tough time. And you've got to coach them through whatever's happening in their life for you know. help them. What however you can't so it's it's things like that writing every day something new and to me a real entrepreneur like this is how i know. Someone's a real entrepreneur. Is they're finding stuff to break just so they can fix it right. Winger ray. Marketing should break sales. Sales should break operations all the time. Because that's growing and then you go and fix it. I love it. Yeah it makes sense. Thank you one other thing you were talking about that i'm interested in is the you're talking about. I and i'm paraphrasing. But kind of you know it's it's easy to have an idea but you really need to pitch the execution and not the idea and i wondered if you could talk a little bit more about that. Look ideas are diamond dozen. Read so many good ideas. I a whole notebook full of them. Mike i have a notebook full of ideas at my point my career. It's i have to say no to a lot more things than i have to see. Yes till and so part of this is also knowing what are you saying yes to what are you saying no to. What would that look like. It's gonna look different for everybody. So yeah i think again like entrepreneurship ideas are glorified right. Oh it's an idea would be not. There's nothing we as human beings love more than potential. Which is why. I know very little about the sports. Do know people love watching the nba draft. Even if they don't watch because they love it if you love seeing potential and Yeah so i. I think that it's easy to be excited by idea. To unless you can execute in takes all these things being a leader learning how to bring teams together and in your role changes because it's very different when you are so poor or you've got to people than when you've got a team of ten people when he got a team of forty people when he got a team of four hundred always changing and when you i think he said in that video Something like you know if you ask your friends if they like the idea of going to say yes because you know they don't want to hurt your feelings or whatever but but you what you need to ask him is would you buy the idea today or something like that and that was really really great. I was know you have to ask people to put money where their mouth is. So you could say. I'm starting to you know reading card company and friends are gonna see about two great idea because their brands rated they told us was terrible. Every idea was terrible. They wouldn't be frightened. Yeah right now. For long yeah. They're your friends but then if you say oh that's great. I'm teeing orders right now. How many would you like. And then if you get crickets you have your answer. Answer versus another friend of mine. Who said that she was gonna start baking and she's an amazing baker and my response to her was. That's amazing. can i please order. A dozen of those cookies. Like i was like so was like this is awesome. You're bigger already really good at this thing. So i'm and i you know so if you.
"hyder" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Me what i have to do. But at least you're was yeah didn't right yes yes yes yes yes. It's kind of like when you go to a france. And you know they. A lot of defined americans very disrespectful. Because we'll say we'll say like hey buddy can you show me where like where the eichel type tower is or whatever but really the right way to do it is to save your weight because then when they save border they've given you permission and now you may ask them the question. So culturally rate worse is here like in the. us were very like hey. Can you tell me if i'm on you know it's like wait. I didn't give you permission to ask me that. Yeah they're funny because they are the art cultural as well so before we started recording. You mentioned that you moved to taxes when you were nine. What was what brought you the taxes. Tell me about tell me about your life. You know up to the point of magnet school. Let's say so. I moved to texas. When i was nine with my family. My family moved here from india. We were both my parents. Were both blue collar. Workers immigrants You know it's it's a story as old as time better. Better life for the kids. Hopefully more opportunities in their specific case there was some elements of political asylum since my family is considered a minority and my grandfather on my father's side was very active in politics Still we often made us Me as a target in some ways again it was very a too young to know all the nuances but there was definitely a sense of more safety security opportunities on these on these golden shores if you will in so yeah so we moved. I in new york. The first time. I'd ever seen snow in my life. I loved it was so amazing and mind-blowing if you're thinking like never seen snow and you see snow for the first time special and then we you know my family lived there for short amount of time. My parents especially my mother was not as thrilled about the cold as the kids were because it's much harder when you're an adult i guess to go through you know snow and not having grown up with it so we quickly moved to texas which promised warmer weather and and that became home still i i still consider myself very much texan in the were that texas pride is is there. Even though i'm settled in miami. Now i still very much consider myself a texan. Okay and it's my My sister and her husband and family live in the dallas area and they all went. The other kids went to am but my brother. My he'd be. I don't know what he is but married to one of my nieces went to ut. So there's a there's a a rivalry there you would say right yeah okay. Yeah was into the football. I could tell you more about that. Okay walk into the football. Is i know very little about the sports world. I refer to it as the sports the sport. That is a dead giveaway. You're right yes and you'd probably did it intentionally as well. This is my way of saying. I don't wanna. I don't don't know anything about and nor do i care. Yes yes this is. Okay so you make the switch to communications and what did that do this timeframe to to get out. You said you wanted to get out in two years. I'm wondering what that did to it. If it changed at all or you just were able to do the work and get it actually. Did i had a a health challenge. One of the semesters so ended up taking three years. And i did my bachelor's in three years and ended up staying there for two more masters. So i have okay so five years but with my bachelors and masters. Oh great congratulations. Thank you okay and then you get out. you've got your bachelors. You got your masters. Social media's is becoming a thing how do you end up at the white house. So what's the trip. No so i think heart of. It's funny because i think entrepreneurship is so much. Sexier like young entrepreneurship entrepreneurship. In general is so much sexier now than it was. When i was doing which was like ten years ago. So it's not that long ten twelve whatever many years ago and there just weren't many of us rates so think built like shows like shark tank in you know i think entrepreneurship these days. Perhaps to the detriment of of the overall profession industry is way more glamorized than it is but when he was starting out i found myself with all these opportunities being a young entrepreneur again before i feel like it was less common lusk. I didn't know many people doing what i was at. Twenty two twenty three. I think today you see that a lot. More right people following that that kind of A footprint so i did. I found myself the white house and wants to the united nations. And you part of it wise in we building accompanying growing as quickly as we did woodson media. We grew four hundred percent in her first year. So i did find myself the middle of a lot of media attention and community support which by the way. It's super appreciated. You know there's nothing more encouraging. I think to someone who is working so hard and building up a business then the community or someone on the outside saying congratulations rain on and in i so so yes i think there were some great opportunities. I've got to work with the state department. They went to egypt right during like they're the revolution Like literally the same year same timeframe as that and got to go into mentor. Young egyptian entrepreneurs so being entrepreneur opened up a lot of doors for me and allowed me to travel meet people share in especially with what i was doing digital which was just so fascinating and so early Yeah i mean. I i think that's you know it brought about a lot of opportunities and that attention was at something you went after or was it something that found you early on both because.
"hyder" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Medical industry but then journalism was changing so much what i do today. It's such a great blend of all those things to blend of media the blend of technology. It's it's just a perfect blend of all the stuff. And when you so that that's interesting when you we talked about your to your books at the beginning and i watched Some of your videos and your Maybe they're from instagram. I'm not sure but the You talk about the writing process. And i actually want to get into that a little bit with you. But we're you writing whether journaling or anything at that at that age when you were making that You move communications or before even always writing in fact even before doing tack elementary middle school. I used to write i won. I won poetry competitions. I creative writing awards So communication aiming was always like strength and then somehow technology comes into play in. It's taken to the next level and by the way. I love that about you that you've been writing you know ever your basically your whole life. That's just i like to ride. And i just amazed by people who have the discipline to do it regularly because they because they like to maybe sometimes because they have to concern deadline or whatever but just the ability to sit down and write. Get your thoughts out is. It's great skill so anyway started young. Congratulations so you decide to make this change from business so actually this is really fascinating so you get to get to ut. You're you've got junior status because of your community college work you get into the business school. Which as you mentioned is very difficult and you decide that you're going to transfer out of that into communications. So you've got. I mean you come in. You must be looking at you like okay. So here's this. You know maybe over performer super performer. Whatever nerdy whatever whatever they want to be saying but someone who's really really gotten off to a fantastic start versus probably most of your classmates into the business school and then you decide i you know i just wanna get into communications. Was there something in particular that happened or a series of things that happen that that made you make what is at least what some people like your adviser would consider to be. Maybe even a mistake kind of thing when you ask that might give me like what what compels me to sort forward window. What no what compelled you to make the change. You've been thinking about it but what actually was it that where you've finally were like okay. I'm gonna go do this. Because i'm thinking it may not have been just a spontaneous thing probably something you considered so you know. It's funny because i got to. Ut and they will say like. I'd have the community college experience which i thought was phenomenal. I think community colleges are so underrated because my professors were amazing. They had deep passion for the extra Government classic took a history. Class took science classes in these the professors were. I mean they were phenomenal right. They like they were great both as as teachers but also subject matter experts. Something i learned by the way by universities. I didn't realize this until i got into university. World is that you know as you go up the teen in year professor. Let's see at a respected university. Sometimes there's a lot of pressure to do research and really. Your first hat is as a researcher. And you're teaching because you have to to be able to research the things you wanna research. It's almost like subsidizes. Your research publication. If you go teach students worse is what. I founded community. College was a lot of professors who loved to teach in. that's their primary passion in. That's it that's what they care about. So they're not spending time researching and now by all means not true for everybody or this was just something. I learned that research was such a big component for so many people so many professors at ut and other places in general so i get to ut expecting it to be like my community college which generally average class size was like thirty students. You had a professor who was deeply committed is a lot more like high school. Even rights wonders leads an extension. A now ended up at ud which is huge public university and my class my freshman class for certain things three hundred students. And it's a very different and you don't even see you professor. Sometimes it's like the. Ta comes in. They're doing most of the lessons. You see the professor once in a while and then you leave right. But it's like a to me. I was like okay. I guess this is what school is and then he ended up just auditing a couple of classes and they ended up auditing a couple of classes in communication school to the different building completely different. You know campus part of the school and they loved it. i mean i'm talking audit as like go. Sit down during my lunch break and watch professors. Who just sit in the class and learn In i am. That's where i found a couple of professors. I really love like i wanted in this the other thing. I realize it's not so much the classes you pick that secondary it's liquid. They seem business. It's not the job. But the boss you pick your. You should pick your boss. Not your job wanna learn from between one to with who you feel like you could email would be a good mentor to some degree I think that's true of colleges. It's less about the class more about the professor and for me. That was really true and it just happened that when i was taking these journalism classes these communication classes. I was jiving a lot better with those professors. And i like that was a much meaningful connection for me. So that's why the switch. Because i know i don't wanna go through school or they want to go to college and be miserable or like not enjoy it. I i'd rather you. I got you know whatever do. The degree is secondary to denic. Relies that unless you were going to be an engineer or a doctor. Your degree didn't matter as much as what you did with it. Right like what you learn what you what you gained from it so we think that wasn't understanding. I had even going into school. Well that's a that's a mature understanding for someone just going into school because it feels to me like like my two daughters you know graduated from college they It feels like they and their their friends and stuff sort of felt. Like if i study this. This is what i'm going to have to do. Something related to that degree. Where i got. I got an english degree longtime ago. And i never wanted to be a teacher and was never desire of mine and i think it prepared me to do well like you pretty much anything you want to do. It's.
"hyder" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Hey everybody welcome back to the how to happen podcast. I'm very grateful that you're here today. And i'm glad that you listen. Subscribe and share. These episodes with your. That's what makes the show grow. You're definitely going to want to listen and share today's episode. Because i have shama hyder with me shumur. Welcome to the show. Thanks so what. You're having a mike a pleasure to be here. Yeah i'm very excited about this because She is a super accomplished entrepreneur. And visionary and i'm going to tell you a little bit about her and then we're gonna we're gonna dive him so chummy hyder is a visionary strategist for the digital age a web and tv personality a bestselling author and the award winning. Ceo of zen media you can find them media at zen media dot com and then media is a global marketing and digital pr firm and also a bb tech pr firm. I'm not sure what you prefer there. But is that do i have right. Yeah it's georgia tech driven. Bb companies tucker of unbeatably. Got it. okay so. She has been named zen of marketing by entrepreneur magazine. That's quite an honor. By the way and the millennial master of the universe by fast company dot com. She's also been honored at both the white house and the united nations as one of the top one hundred young entrepreneurs in the country that's fabulous. It just keeps going here. She's the best selling author of the season of social media marketing now in its fourth edition and momentum how to propel your marketing and transform your brand in the digital age. She's a keynote speaker. She's an influencers she's worked with brands. Global brands movado. Chase tupperware inc five thousand. I mean you name it. She's done it. So i asked every guest the same question to get started and that is how did happen for you. Great great question and really cool Title for the podcast to mike. So it's it's funny because they think life is people say life is what you know how you respond to certain things. I think it's a nice combination of of right time right place and then how you respond to it right. So i think there's two elements one of sort of being fate or locker. Whatever you wanna call it and the other elements of what you do with that. Give an opportunity so in my case by the way i feel like any his student of history should be so incredibly privileged to be alive right now. Like if you're listening to this. I hope you take in a second a minute. A few hours to contemplate how incredibly lucky we are to have the opportunities to technology the it blows my mind they i you know i find myself interested just as much in history as i am in the future. So it's a nice little mix of technology in history together but but that being said it really is the background to. How did it happen for me. Which is you know. I graduated at a time where social media was very new and by very new. I mean i did my pizzas on twitter when he had two thousand users so yet more new and that that really is what propelled my career. Because at that time i graduated. We'd do what you're supposed to do which our system teaches you from day. One which is go. Get a job rate. That's kind of what's We set up students to go get jobs and so when i graduated. I thought that's what i would do. Except in my case it was interesting because the industry didn't exist like forget about the jobs people just they looked at social like white would not what is social media What's tweeter. What's you know is facebook is something thirteen year old. It uses any really early days. And that's how it started in so you know at that point. I had a choice whether i would continue to follow traditional conventional wisdom and and walk away from what i felt like was really a turning point in the business world and communications at large or or dive in and i think the beauty of being twenty two with naive is that you get to dive in a and so that that is how indeed it started for me and when you say well first of all when you say you're sort of a student of history where does that come from. I'm curious comes from being very nerdy. Little child okay. Fair enough comes through. Yeah i mean my dad's my dad always stuck his trine informally right like i think you those passions where it's like if you weren't doing what you do now and in my case it's like helping if you weren't helping these bb companies dominate today in the digital world. What would you be doing in. The answer is a maybe a history professor. Look and so yeah i just think history teaches us so many things i mean. The daljit has one hell of a drug but but i enjoy it. I enjoy history. I always have Used to watch history channel with my dad growing up. I just think there's i think everything happens in patterns in we keep repeating yourself as humanity You know as a species. It's very easy to see those patterns being repeated over and over in. I really do believe if we can learn from it. Then perhaps we won't be doomed to repeat the negative aspects of our history. Okay yeah fair enough. That makes sense so when you before you got to college what were you thinking about. In terms of occur you mentioned sort of the path of and it's sort of maybe every parent's path for children go get an education. Get a job you can count on and and you know life is life is good right but so what were you thinking about before you got into college and started getting exposed to or the convergence of social media sort of caught up with. You're thinking about where you wanted to go next. Funnily enough and perhaps those who are listening who have often found themselves with very disparate interests might might find this of of some value. Funnily enough i went to high school and magnetic program and a graduated with sort of like an undergrad degree. To say it. But i went to an academy of media arts and technology like literally. That's what it's called a matt academies technology in so. I majored in highschool in in media and technology like we had our own media studio in school. Like if you think about like oh that sounds cool now but you're talking like two thousand to two thousand three so a different time in place. I did my like my. Cna my cisco certified network administration training which it's it's so nerdy it's creating routers and network cables zil high. Actually i was totally immersed in technology and then still weirdly enough when i graduated. I this is such a random thing. But i have another sort of secret love in that secret. Love was cosmetology. Is you look at me. My what didn't weren't coming but it's cold. It's a cool. And so i told my parents. I'm thinking about going to cosmetology school and be. Were fully supportive There was a point where i don't want to go to college. Maybe i'll go go be you know. I'll start my own salon or spa. Whatever i don't know what you did. I just i knew. I had a passion for cosmetology makeup and skin care. So i thought i'd follow that just But i got a full ride to the university of texas austin. Not only i got. I got into the business. School mccombs business school. Ut which is consistently one of the top business schools in the country so we got him to the program. I didn't we ended up majoring in business. I majored in communication. We can talk about that. Switch how why shocked my my career counselors back then but.
"hyder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And Matt Bradley to the foul line up to right now Shooting to really seemed like he was said to take a look here maybe was a little legal. Maybe he was already in the air. It's all they had probably already in the air. They for Matt Bradley before dry actually got said he was moving a little bit, I guess. So, Bradley, the free throw line up through all right, left handed toss. He is now the way they missed it all. Don't live Ugo 17 for Bradley, two of three from the foul line. Buffaloes down one. You know when you say you shot from him, you'd like to get it off. It's a foul call. You would. Why would you take all that punishment? Otherwise, second talks about Bradley's up in good rattle that one phone. Got 18 2 Point Ballgame, Cal Advantage. Colorado Basketball 10 28 to play have number two is McKinley and company Attacked. Forecourt left dances off high post July A horn on humans corny Give up Left side McKinley Baltic drives my man Bradley in the paint Stupid Up with right hand shot won't go. He went down hard. He's still in the hardwood Cal back in the direction of court. Whiteside, Bradley with Ball fake Drive down the paint, skipped past cross court. Celestine give my left side of Haider McKinley got back. We're gonna dribble Hook past behind Bradley Left side and Achilles. Got him shot clock 13 out about 45 people. Who? Papa. High screen Bradley overhead Pass Right side. Hyder. Thank driving the paint leans in through someone up, Mr Badly. Schwartz has got the rebound, and here comes Colorado down by two to the right quarter. Shariah fakes fell over and lost. The ball picked up off the ground That time my Bradley runs over the top of shorts. No call city flopped. That was the signal for the baseline. Official.
"hyder" Discussed on 790 KABC
"He'll kick it out. 20 quantity has checked into the game. Hydra trying to take Isaiah Mobley does gets in the lane and a nice pretty finish high off the backboard over the shop locker. Evan Mobley and there's two for Berkeley bears, and it's 11 4 to USC. As their white looking for a Dr He'll go all the way the lane misses. The layup comes to heaven. Mobley evidence, Get the defender in the air power up and Evan's going right back to the free throw line. His free throw shooting practice for Evan Mobley, as Cao cannot seem to clear its defensive glass. So far, they keep going to the bench. DJ Thorpe. Is it now? 6 FT. 8 £235 sophomore from Lake Travis, Texas, DJ Is the son of Otis Thorpe in Otis Thorpe was a key player on those rockets teams in the Houston Rockets teams in the mid nineties, the one the MBA title It was the power forward next to a key Malaj want. Evan makes another free throw. That's five for five. Here comes Matt Bradley. So Matt Bradley, a 6 ft four junior from San Bernadino, he averages 18 points per game. One of the conference is leading scorers, although is no longer eligible because he's missed five straight games. So doesn't exist on the leader board. But I could tell you. He is a guy that is hard to keep down and Bradley has averaged 13 and his career against USC. Evan is now six of six. The line US sees leaders 13 4. And here is Bradley on the wing going by Isaiah White. Fix it back out. The Hyder Hyder is left open. He'll take a deep right wing three. That was long and the weak side rebound just goes all the way harmlessly out of bounds. Taj. He watches it the whole way and the Trojans will take over and they will take possession. When we come back Great start for USC 13 for the Trojans. 15 55 left first half from Berkeley on the Trojans Media network. Tired of cooking at home. Change it up without getting up. Just ordered Jersey. Mike's through our app for no contact delivery or no.
"hyder" Discussed on KGO 810
"11 to Trojans right out of the gate here in hospital, Yin Fighter on Bentley Ryan couple bounces back to 20 of top over the hider. They're a little shake drives the lane spins high off the glass with the right hand and good. Well, Haider was effective. Driving against U C l A nice move right there. Four points on the board. Now for the Bears. Yeah, Extra high off the backboard. You aren't kidding. Dr. Unable to finish his white Trojans get the board. But we're going up again and he'll get fouled again. So having Mobley Going to work inside, and there's a hack it on number four, and he's proven to be effective from the free throw line Fifth trip. The line already, and he's a perfect four for four. Yeah, and the Bears were getting pounded on the offensive glass already USC with four offensive rebounds in less than four minutes of this game, and it's led to free throws, and it's It's not the ones you'd expect of a taller team at some of the ones down around on the ground. Matt Bradley gonna check in So first action from Matt in the last three weeks, Bentley will sit down. You see how long number 20 condone. You know he's excited to be back out on the floor. One more for Mobley. Good 13, 4, USC and six of those points at the free throw line. That's 14 fouls already on the Bears as well. So we're digging themselves a whole. Hider over to Bradley, Matt to catch drivin baseline. Toss it back out to Hyder Hyder stepping into a deep all front of the rim, No good and out of bounds USC ball! Come out on the floor. 15 55 to go in the first half. USC 13 California This is Cal basketball driven by your Northern California Toyota dealers from Deerfield. AMG College. Good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge? Brownie? Oh, sure. Hmm. That's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep, Still very good. Some things never change,.
"hyder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"NPR 1045 and 6 80 V's Force leader was part of the game at this point, you know, we gotta e think I think the whole league in general just trying to protect the quarterback and protect players, So I just think that it's something that's embedded in us and you know, you got to try to be really aggressive than kind of try to slide off of there. Welcome back to the red and gold wrapped. That was Niners defensive lineman Kerry Haider talking about how the game was officiated Jesus. So that my grandfather talk. I'm very mature, too. Didn't You sound like a guy who's been through the wars You know who tweeted about. This was Richard Sherman. Richard Sherman saw that penalty for Kentavious Street, and I don't have the his exact tweet in front of me. But he was he was not happy. He was not happy because the game at this point Of Carrie Hyder. You know, he played well tonight. He needs another guy just plays hard. You know, You can see why Coach Eric loves Carrie hider. And because you just push hard push hard and and you know, against the run against the past you he still finds the ball You know, he He's one of those guys that he could defend the screen game because he can. He can read the action and he's got an idea. Clearly, you could tell that carry Haider does a lot of film study, Dennis because he He's more he's flowing in the right direction because he's reading not just the he's reading the personnel grouping in the formation, and if there's emotion, and I mean he is, there's a lot going on and carry hiders mind about how he's going to rush the passer. Pre snap. You can see it. Yeah, and on that play was we can say it over and over again. It doesn't doesn't help it, but that was a perfect that's exactly what he was supposed to do. He had a little bull rushed and he found an edge ran around bear hug to quarterback. Dropping to the ground. There's I mean, and you hear that in view interview he was saying, you gotta slide off. I mean, that's what you that's the attitude. You don't you know one as a as a defensive lineman, especially a tackle. Your your attitude has to be get to the quarterback. Get him to the ground. Like, Like I said, between he and Kim lot today. I thought they did a nice enough job. And you know we're talking about the offense stalling. They scored the 1st 10, and then they gotta get outscored by 27. The defense had some moments today and with Drew Brees going out there was a real opportunity when this game, obviously the turnovers. Long kick return. Put the defense in in some bad positions. But given everything and look your breeze, even though he didn't play the second half. They gave him trouble in the first half. He had that one long drive before the half, but By and large. Drew Brees didn't play well, that and then Jamis Winston. They had a couple opportunity to pick him off. They didn't so you know, Defensively, they played well enough because they didn't give up 20 yards just again. A lot of mistakes. Yeah, short fields to really, really, you know, good team in their place when they're healthier than you would get you beat every day. Durell is still there. He's hanging out in the big easy, Maybe having a Ben you a right now, and he's listening to these sports leader. Terrell, How are you? I'm doing good. How are you guys? Good. What's on your mind? This one hurt this 100. The good thing is that I'm not going to work this week, so but anyway, so I had a comment that I have a question on it. So Seattle did not do anything special by the wagon by rushing up the middle of the same to do the things that today but the blitz and so my concern is that the Office of Land is not able to pick up the blitz. But my Great is concerned with my cannon is that He didn't recognize. I'll take the bits up. And so if you're not gonna run home, I'm sorry. You're not gonna run like you used to know you're not gonna catch the ball at least created to take the blitz up. And so I think that Officer line coach get it because of the principal's office and sit down and explain. Why are they not gone over basic blitz pickups? What you learned and training camp. And so in the end original equipment we got that's a question. I was this the worst hit on weakened on Drew Brees, but no Del Mar Brooks because we would have home field advantage in the playoffs a year. That's right. But one of the greatest none. Felix pickups came on a Monday night in 1989 alarm spill of Phillip, who's out quarterback and I'm sorry, running back at the time. Didn't pick up a blessed from from the card in those folks favor and get hit. Honestly, the other places for the matter seriously into Steve Young's career, But the basic thing of you know that they're not doing anything special. So Don't have to slide over or make adjustments that you know what the same guys blessing? No, let's let's at least get out there. And, you know, we all just put a hand on it just like Bach him. You know, chip him just something to knock him off course. Dennis. What do you think? I mean, Obviously, the coordinator's Office of line struggled with these with these nickel blitzes. That gardener Johnson. It was just coming coming one after another. And once they didn't pick it up. It was like, all right, well, just do it again. I'll wait. They didn't pick it up again. All right. We'll just do it again. Well, they didn't pick it up again. We'll just keep doing it again. And Chauncey Gardner Johnson. I loved him in the draft a couple years ago. But he's a downhill player. He's a safety, but he's not a he's not a coverage player. So when you have a safety out there who's not a coverage player, guess what That means He's coming him. Jamal Adams is not creating coverage but doesn't matter why. Because he's an all world Blitzer. He's an all pro player because of it and Chauncey Gardiner. Johnson is very similar to Jamal Adams. He is He is an incredibly strong, powerful athlete who doesn't cover all that well, but he could blitz and that's what he did today..
"hyder" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I'm Marilyn Hyder. You may see some smoke off the 94. Firefighters are at a garage fire, which started as a brush fire in the Choi's View area. And there could be some Esti Jeannie lines impacted. The question to the governor. Can we please get our convention centre back to business? That's what Mayor Falconer and City Councilman Chris Cater asking of the governor. They've written a letter asking the governor to approve safe re opening guidelines for convention centers across the state, which were closed in mid March, and those guidelines were submitted to the governor's office in June. In the fiscal year of last year, the convention center hosted 143 events with an overall regional impact of $1.3 billion in the letter, they say, San Diego has lost more than 100 events this year for a regional impact of 1.2 billion, and plans need to be made as how conventions Khun safely resume. The CDC, updating his guidance on covert 19 testing now, saying asymptomatic people who have been exposed to an infected person should quarantine for two weeks and get tested. Last month, it said people without symptoms did not need to be tested. Supervisors will mean to get Monday in a closed session talking about possible legal steps. Get businesses open after the governor denied removing San Diego's covert cases from the total case rate. The problem is by Tuesday, we could be going into the most stringent purple tear. Some schools on the East County will have to wait a little longer A CZ well to resume in person learning the Lamaze A Spring Valley school district has postponed its reopening date over concerns that the county will be placed in the state's most restrictive reopening tear. The reopening has been moved from October 12 for hybrid learning to the week of November 30th. In a letter to parents, the district extended its learning option survey to allow families to vote on their preference between hybrid or 100% online classes. DeNoon KOGO News. The county says there should be no stigma and asking for help for addiction and with fentanyl overdose is on the rise. The D. A's office is continuing an opioid awareness campaign the basic facts that substances disorders or common common across the world through common across the nation in their common locally one and eight in San Diego County have a substance used disorder. And of these people with substance use disorder on Ly 10% connect to treatment. Dr. Nicole Esposito with the county says there has been an alarming spike and fentanyl related overdose deaths the first six months of this year, she says, nobody sets out to become addicted, and there are re sources and medications to help someone kick the habit. The Dow down to 44 6 27,057. And now at 403, year old time, Dr. Here's my Can Cock. Coco's updated San Diego Whether hes and patchy fog overnight in the 60 Sonny this weekend Tomorrow, Coast allies in the mid eighties low nineties inland and then 10 degrees.
"hyder" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"These dorsal and sterner ribs are moreover united to each other by firm connections and authority exists thus formed possessing sufficient mobility to perform movements connected with respiration but still affording a strong basis for muscular action. Nee still further to strengthen this part of the skeleton from the Hyder margin of Dorsal Rib Abroad. Flat Plate of bone is prolonged backwards so as to overlap the rib next behind and thus bind the whole together as firmly as possible. The stern no or breast bone is developed in proportion to the size of the three pectoral muscles subservient to flight and his prolonged saith into a deep keel projection. And the curse. Oriole Ray says such as the ostriches and the APP Derek's whose wings are not available for flying the Keel is entirely wanting whoever considers the position of the HIP joint in the skeleton of a bird and reflects how far it is necessarily removed behind the center of gravity when the bird walks with its body in a horizontal position will at once? Perceive that the highlander portion of the spinal column having to support the whole weight of the body under the most disadvantageous circumstances. And at the same time to give it tach moment to the strong and massive muscles that wheel the thigh must be consolidated and strengthened in every possible manner.
"hyder" Discussed on Design Speaks
"Inspiration. So you can make more meaningful work. I'm brandy my co host. Is Julie Hyder this week? We'll be talking about skill that you do with your hands and how to develop those stay tuned for that coming up later in the show. Today we have I was able to talk to my good friend. Kelsey sharp who sort of moonlights as a designer in two different cities. I don't know if my lights is the right word. We'll go with it. Her businesses is sharp design co and. She's a really read chick. Yeah I'm really excited to hear about how she takes two very different industries different but not different. I guess cousins yeah and puts them together so like having her designer background and then also taking all these like an architecture and architecture and and mixing it with like physical materials and stuff. Yeah so being somebody that works with her hands all the time as a photographer were. Were you thinking that you would take something out of this when you first heard about what she does? I know I use my hands but it doesn't feel like using my hands. Is that weird like I? Don't I think it's because the creation of photos isn't with my hand even though impressing buttons it doesn't feel like as a designer? You're technically using your hand on the mouse and the keyboard. Yeah but it doesn't feel like you're creating with your hands. I should consider myself as someone who makes things with my hands. Even though I'm holding a camera crossing buttons would you say more so you create with your eyes? Yeah Yeah for sure Yeah Creating Diane's mixing things of like making sculptures or painting or sewing or something more than just pressing a button. Yeah Yeah I think buttons are the problem. Well let's let's hear from Kelsey. On what what she does with her hands besides pressing buttons. So this week I wanted my inspiration my inspiration I actually have been thinking about my trip to white sands and that was that was over. My kids. Spring break was was a few weeks back but something really crazy happened while we were there. I've I've never I had never been to to whitesands until this year. Not for lack of trying every time I've tried to go. There's been some crazy obstacle. At one point. The parks were on strike. Were they like on strike? There was something that nobody was being paid. There's nobody there okay. So they weren't being paid so maybe they were on strike because they weren't being paid so that was one time another time. My parents my parents went when I was just newly married. And I just couldn't go for some reason and this time we were. We were like very very adamant that it was going to happen. And a series of things happened including a tornado. Warning Watch watch WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE. Watch is if the conditions are there that it could happen in a warning. I think is like the clouds have spotted. I think that's it but urging I think you're absolutely right so there was HR A Tornado Watch and this was like basically directly over White Sands. And so I'm thinking something just does not want me to get to white-sand eventually over the course of basically outrunning it in our car in the less dramatic. It was just clouds guys. There was an actually a tornado but it felt very scary. There was this really insane. Still like cloud structure that was completely black and so we did eventually get to white sands which everything had passed by and the skies were clear so like if I stood in one spot and looked like over to my left side it was like the most beautiful blue sky and like fluffy white clouds and like this crazy amazing clearness and if I looked over to my right the sky was completely black and the sands were white and I just got really. It was really intriguing to me this dichotomy of like. I don't know duality of life. I'm like this is where like my grand for like the poet in May goes like. There's something big happening here. And it was so weird but the the thing that really kind of inspired me was at one point. I looked over and took a picture and in the in in the camera inside that I pushed the button for was like this black and white. It was almost like a black and white painting it was like a Rothko where the top was completely black and the bottom was completely white but it was like happening in nature and it wasn't me putting my phone into black and white mode. It was just black and white and yeah crazy really cool and also very slightly terrifying. But I don't know I'm going to do with it yet. I think that it's it's definitely something that I could use on a number of designs. Just because it's it's basically splitting a page and making half of them like super strong contrast. Yeah which was really cool. So the contrast between the two sides of what I was saying and the black and the white in nature was just something you don't see it's usually something and color of some kind so it was just sort of bizarre thing so yeah that was. That was my inspiration for this week. Staw.
"hyder" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Are now being bullied for having the wrong belief certain quote. Oh Man Yeah. I'd hate to see criticism. Move from trapper keepers all the way to pastor and also by the way the wrong beliefs that she's talking about are literally like you should bullied kids for having the wrong clothes and trapper. Damn right Maga. So now it's time to roar like a mother which as we've learned is an acronym that stands for Straw man move the goalposts aggressively pray and then. Hyder conclusions in cutesy icebreakers better than her job at that acronym. So let's get started by recognizing the message and the first message. She wants us to recognize of moral relativism. Is that quote? What is true for? You may not be true for me. The word true has been hijacked. People still want truth. They just don't want to define it as truth. What if it's true for me that your statement is not true? Whose Truth Winds and quote the true on. I don't get the question. What are you sure you WanNa have things be wrong? Hillary Mortgage Paris at a game. You're willing to play now. Bad idea turn back and finally the last poisonous message. She wants us to recognize for moral relativism. Love is love owes. He's getting confused by that post modern absolutist stance of a equaling and how yeah so according.
How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?
"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. NASA has announced that it will launch a space probe called dragonfly on an ambitious mission to Saturn's Saturn's Moon Titan in which a robotic rotorcraft lander will fly around Titan's surface and touchdown in various places as part of its exploratory mission the dragonfly space probe will look for traces of chemical processes similar to the ones that led to life on earth in addition to gathering other information about the Moon's surface and atmosphere dragonfly will launch twenty twenty six and arrive at Titan which is eight hundred eighty six million miles. That's one point four billion kilometers from the Sun in Twenty thirty four once they're. The space probe which is about the size of the Space Agency's spirit and Opportunity Mars Rovers will turn on eight rotors and fly through Titan's dense hazy atmosphere which is about four times the density of Earth's and explore. It's still mysterious surface. A Titan is the biggest of Saturn's sixty two moons and a close second in moon size at our solar system after Jupiter's Moon Ganymede has radius of about sixteen hundred miles or twenty five hundred kilometers making it about fifty percent wider than Earth's moon but it's not just titan size is it is made it a longtime object to fascination scientists Titan is also the only moon in the solar system with much of an atmosphere and it's the only slot in the solar system besides earth that's known to have Liquid Rivers Lakes and seas on its surface though the latter are made up of liquid hydrocarbons such as methane and ethane titans also believed to have an underground ocean of water deep beneath its icy surface that could possibly have harboured some form of life or may still contain it. The titans surface is brutally cold like. Minus two hundred ninety degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred and seventy degrees Celsius cold but conditions potential underground ocean are unknown titans thick atmosphere is about ninety five percent nitrogen with the rest mostly composed of methane the creates a thick orange colored haze hangs over the moon's surface making it difficult to observe from Earth much of what we do know comes from the European Space Agency's how Hon spacecraft which landed on Titan and transmitted data for seventy two minutes in two thousand five and from NASA's Cassini probe which did multiple fly bys of Titan between two thousand five in two thousand seventeen. How huns was actually attached to Cassini for these seven year trip to Titans vicinity scientists are particularly excited about dragonflies ability to fly rather than crawl crawl along the ground unlike Mars where NASA also plans to test a small robotic helicopter with large high speed blades twenty twenty titans atmosphere's thick enough to enable dragonfly to attain lift with relatively small Reuters and carry a bigger payload over longer distances? Mrs Than the experimental copter being sent to Mars. It's expected to cover more than one hundred miles or one hundred seventy five kilometers during its nearly three year mission on Titan it will fly in short hops up to five minutes at a time we spoke by email with Jason some sort of bomb a research scientist in the Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and one of dragonflies co investigators he explained flight allows us to move the lander much greater distances in a short period of time than a traditional rover allowing us to more efficiently explore Titan. We also spoke by email with Kurt Neiber new frontiers program scientist for NASA. He said the dragonflies design is fundamentally different from the Mars helicopter quote not just because the atmosphere of Titan on Mars are so different but because they are different vehicles the Mars helicopter is a short lived technology demonstration with no science payload dragonfly is a self contained space craft designed to pursue science mission with high autonomy. It's like comparing a self driving car in electric. Electric Scooter both have wheels but they have very different purposes and therefore very different designs. The researchers working on dragonfly are excited about the opportunity to investigate the giant moons many mysteries Neiber said I'm looking forward to dragonfly finally giving US detailed answers about the surface of Titan at the small scale not just its composition but also its geology telling us about the complex organic materials present there and how they interact and also giving us a good look at surface features like dunes and the cell Crater Cassini he did a good job at giving us broad answers to this question at the large scale tens of miles for example but nothing beats getting down to the surface and actually digging your hands and feet in so to speak solder Baum also spoke to this. He said there's a plethora of unanswered answered questions about Titan's surface. One fundamental question we have yet to answer is what is the composition of titans major geologic units or if the water ice bedrock is exposed anywhere on Titan or if it's been buried beneath organic gunk this is because Titan's atmosphere obscures. Surface at most wavelengths limiting our ability to use traditional remote sensing techniques to study the surface composition dragonflies scrutiny of Titan's surface may also yield insights about the moon's atmosphere and the chemistry going on there which could in turn wind up helping us understand more about ourselves. We also spoke with Sarah Horst an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. WHO's also an investigator on the project? She said that chemistry and the atmosphere's interact with the surface quote is important for understanding the role that atmospheres play in the origin or evolution of life and also help us figure out what types molecules may constitute evidence for life when we're looking at observations faraway atmosphere's like those of exoplanets. Today's episode was by Patrick Jake Hyder and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works her moines? This lots of other far out topics bizarre home planet has networks dot com in for more podcasts from iheartradio radio with the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
Are Windowless Airplanes the Future of Flight?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff Lauren vocal bomb here when commercial air travel. I started to catch on in the nineteen thirties. One of the big attractions for passengers was the chance to stare out the window at the landscape from startlingly, new perspective, high above it. Of course, many of us still like to gays out in wonder from those little portal's a survey by courts in two thousand fourteen found that more than half of Americans prefer having a window seat on an airline, though, people who fly more than once a year are more evenly split between window, and I'll seats that's why you may be surprised to learn that for decades aircraft designers have been contemplating planes with video screens instead of passenger windows back in the mid nineteen nineties. Nasa actually built and flew an experimental Boeing seven thirty-seven with a windowless cockpit equipped with digital and infrared cameras and video monitors and in two thousand fourteen the UK based center for process innovation unveiled design for a windowless airliner in which the entire interior. Of the cabin would be lined with thin. Flexible, high definition video screens that would provide lighting and entertainment as well. As a more expansive view of the outside, but concept has been put into practice. Lest April Dubai based airline Emirates debuted Boeing seven seventy seven's with enclosed private suites equipped with virtual windows to provide of you of outside from the middle of the plane. We spoke by Email with Jerome demar an emerets public relations official. He said the virtual windows were installed for first class suites located in the middle aisle as they are fully enclosed suites with floored ceiling doors, and passengers would not be able to view the windows on the sides of the aircraft. We asked him how they worked and he explained these virtual windows projected the view from outside the aircraft using real time camera technology, the cameras are placed in strategic locations to offer. Passengers a real time view outside the aircraft. The actual view is determined by which side of the aircraft the entrance to the suite is writer. Left that is the view that will appear in these centres suites. The cameras are high resolution devices, which offer a very clear wide view of the outside the virtual window provides a sharp, clear realistic view of what's outside anecdote. Passengers of told us, they prefer the view to that of real windows in a BBC news article emerets president, sir. Tim Clark was quoted about the future possibility of planes without windows. But Demere said that there are no current plans for a windowless airliner. However, at least one aircraft manufacturer does aim to go windowless on a smaller scale for the past several years, a privately owned, Boston based company, spike aerospace has been working to develop a spike s five twelve and eighteen passengers supersonic business jet packed with technology that will enable it to cut travel time significantly without excess you'll consumption or loud, sonic, booms. And we'll do all of that. Without passenger windows. The aircraft's design will include what spike airspace calls a multiplex digital cabin. Instead of gazing through the usual, small portal windows. Passengers will be able to watch a pair of twenty foot long. That's six meter digital video screens that will stretch the length of the cabin on either side of the aircraft. Multiple high definition cameras mounted on the exterior of the plane will provide four K video which computers in the aircraft was stitched together. Using special software developed by the company we spoke with spike airspace. President and chief executive officer, Victoria, who explained whatever image. You want to see can be displayed you can see left or right in front of the plane or behind it looking down or up into the sky. It's a more panoramic view than the very limited view that you can see out of a porthole window. Eliminating conventional acrylic glass windows from an aircraft could have other advantages as well, it would insulate the fuselage making it possible to reduce noise. From the engines, it would also strengthen the aircraft and make it safer. Some serious engineering goes into making those windows sturdy enough to withstand the stresses of flight and besides providing a more expansive view such a video system could also utilize geo location and display augmented reality data about the landscape that the plane is flying over or passengers might be able to choose from other content a display movies, for example, or PowerPoint presentation. The aircraft's pilots would still have a conventional window in the cockpit along with some of that advanced video technology Katori says that spike airspace has several more years of engineering to complete on their aircraft. And then has to go through the testing and certification process. He envisions delivering the first jet without conventional passenger windows in twenty twenty-five initially only corporate executives and people wealthy enough to afford a private jet would be able to experience. Airspaces windowless flights. But you expects that the innovative technology eventually will find its way into regular airliners as well. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake, Hyder and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more on this and lots of other panoramic, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. And for more podcasts for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. 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"hyder" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"But schedule a date. So we can come and see it. They may also do an exterior only inspection in that case, they typically don't call. They just show up and walk around the area. Make sure the house looks okay from the outside. But no that the insurance company probably will perform some sort of inspection on your home, of course. And just be prepared to be honest with them because it's not they're not trying to go out to get you. I think that's the most common misconception. I hear from clients. Why are they coming to inspect my home? There's going to Jack up my rate, right? No, no. They just wanna make sure your home is safe. And that's really the biggest takeaway for me on these inspections. And I think you're right. I think people do think they get scared. Yeah. You're gonna find all these things cost me fortune. Right. I actually think it's a good thing. You know, I really do especially when when I buy houses, I get a home inspection. Also have the the Bank comes into separate inspection. Then you have the insurance inspection you have three different inspections going on in a property. And I think that's good for the homeowner. That's good for the buyer because like that that that story with AC in the window. Right. I mean, God forbid there was a fire that person couldn't get out inspector didn't catch that. Right. The bank. Didn't catch the insurance company. Did it? So they might notice things that somebody else didn't. Yeah. That's fantastic. John LaPointe with the point insurance. John. Thank you so much for coming in. And it's spreading this knowledge. You always have some really awesome content to share with us. I appreciate it yet. And again any questions for John four zero one two one seven two triple three four zero one two one seven two triple three. We'll go ahead. And connect you with John John you've got a a website. You wanna throw out there? Sure you convince visit us on the web at WWW dot LaPointe, I N, S dot com. That's the point with the silent e at the awesome. Make sure to follow this guy on social media as well. He's got he he goes around the state in Massachusetts. Rhode Island interviews a ton of really fantastic people. You're gonna see John's face everywhere. I'm telling you it already is. Thank you already. Is he doing a great job cruciate? Awesome. Hey, stay tuned. We have Courtney Hyder with energy monster coming on next. Stay tuned. We'll be right back here on the dispirited team real estate.
"hyder" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The online open house is very helpful. Also as owners, it will not be hosting a public hearing or an opportunity to make a verbal comment. We will be set up nearby. The sound transit public open house in highlighting college on the twentieth. And we have a video camera setup. And we will make it possible for you to make a statement to these sound transit board of directors, and we will share what you share with that. We're gonna make that rational opposition voice as loud as possible. I know you're doing the same at Dick's drive, and it's very important for us as a region, including lows and Starbucks to defend and push back anywhere that we can build transit oriented development. So jasmine, thank you for being a part of the story. Incoming in studio to talk with us. We really appreciate him here with my old friend Ron Hyder of Hyder construction, and Ron it's a long time since we I work together. How long have you been in the construction business will Michael I've been in the industry for about twenty five years, and in that twenty five years, we've grown we've learned a lot. But the main thing as a consumer you're going to hire a company that you know, a stable and that you can rely on. Well, I know that my son Danny our son was thirteen when you put the metal roof on our house. Roof was holding up. Great. And Danny is now a homeowner of his own with two children. And it's kind of amazing when you look at that kind of longevity. It sure isn't it makes me think of my own son. My youngest son Brandon is now fourteen years old. So it's kinda completes the cycle. And I hope to be putting on roofs when he's married with two children. I expect you will hide her construction HI are hydro-construction dot com or four. Four to five seven seven one three five one five.
Why Is NASA Going Back to the Moon?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listerine ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. He brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Nasa has announced that selected a dozen payloads of scientific equipment that it plans to fly to the moon on private commercial rockets and Landers the missions planned for later in two thousand nineteen are an early step toward achieving the space. Agency's overarching goal to send astronauts backed the moon via commercial space craft in twenty Twenty-eight necessary renewed focus on the moon reflects a late 2017 policy shift by the Trump administration which decided that these space agencies should return to the moon, which was last visited by Paolo seventeen astronauts back in December of nineteen seventy two. Previously. The Obama administration had abandoned a planned lunar mission, partly because of cost in favor of focusing upon going to Mars in the twenty thirties. We spoke with Steve Clark the deputy associate administrator for exploration in Nasr's science mission. Directorate he explained that the missions flown by commercial lunar payload services will include a mixture of scientific instruments and technology demonstrations, he said we want to fly a mixture as much as we can. So they collectively can provide data to the science community and to the folks who are designing the next human Lander the scientific instruments sent to the moon will be Clark said trying to characterize lunar surface looking for hydrogen molecules and actual traces of water or water ice in the soil and looking for various other elements there on the lunar surface. But those studies will do more than just add to our knowledge of earth's natural satellite. Nasa administrator, Jim Bryden Stein said in a press release. We know they're volatile is at the polls on the moon. Dan, and quite frankly that water ice could represent rocket fuel. If we have the capacity to generate rocket fuel from the surface of the moon and get them into orbit around the moon. We could use that to build a fuelling depot. On the technology side. One payload will include solar energy technology to attempt to advance the engineering of solar cells, hopefully, making the more efficient that open space missions that are dependent upon solar energy, but the work will have applications back on earth as well. Other technology being tested involves entry descent and landing systems, which will help improve the design of future lunar Landers, including the human Lander that eventually will take astronauts to lunar surface again necessary long range plan also calls for building a lunar orbital station in the twenty twenties which will serve as a platform. Both poor observing the lunar surface and staging manned exploration missions haven't instruments on the lunar surface as well as in orbit around the moon. We'll give humanity to new valuable vantage points from which to explore the moon and beyond unlike the Apollo program, the commercial space industry will be heavily involved in the effort. Transporting astronauts to the orbital station end down to the surface the agency. He already has announced plans to work with space companies to develop reusable lunar Landers those spacecraft could shuttle back and forth between the lunar orbital platform and the surface of the moon. We also spoke by E mail with Dale Scranton, the executive vice president of the national space Sidey, which is a nonprofit group whose goal is to promote a spacefaring civilization. He said that they support Nasr's strategy, quote, the fundamental advantage of a lunar orbital system in these support of lunar exploration and development is that it can be a gas station where reusable lunar Landers dock and are refueled NASA recently announced human land, a reference design, which features to reasonable components. The ascent stage and space tug along with a tanker to bring fuel to the lunar orbital station are constructive, but partial step in this direction at this point scrammed says that putting boots on the moon in the near future. No longer should be viewed as a desirable goal in itself. But rather as a means to further a larger plan of space colonization? He said humans on the moon should grow organically out of what we are doing on the moon not appear as a stunt and imitation of Apollo a to potential goals for lunar return include mining oxygen to fuel future Mars trips and building a radio telescope on the dark side of the moon to take advantage of the unique radio quiet on the side of the moon phases away from earth. Both of these goals will almost certainly include humans on the lunar surface. But boots are not the primary goal. We will certainly keep you in the loop. As more news comes to light. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake, Hyder and produced by Tyler clang iheartmedia, and how stuff works for more on this. Unless of other topics that more than scratched the surface. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hebron stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery, Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts.
Why Can't 911 Find You If Lyft Can?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Whether you're trying to order a ride or figure out what restaurants are nearby you've probably grown accustomed to the notion that your smartphone continuously tracks your location, but you may be surprised to discover that while phone apps seemed to be able to find you pretty easily nine one one. Operators can have a much more difficult time pinpointing your location in an emergency. When you call for help from a mobile phone. That's because wireless service providers, which are required by the Federal Communications Commission to provide callers locations to nine one one systems often are using data from different sometimes less precise sources than your phone uses to pinpoint a location, and according to the FCC website seventy percent of nine one one calls are placed from mobile phones in two thousand seventeen Sacramento TV station, FOX forty demonstrated. The extent of the problem by having a producer stand on a street corner. And make tests calls to the local county nine one one system using phones from several different wireless providers. They got disconcertingly varied results. One carriers. Data was able to pinpoint the caller's location within twenty six feet. That's about eight meters. While another Erin gave a location that was a mile away. That's just over one and a half climate hours. And that's a scary problem because when the nine one one system gets an inaccurate location and beans, the police the fire department or the ambulance crew may lose precious time trying to find you. That's the sort of delay that has tragically proven fatal in more than one case. So why does nine one one sometimes have more difficulty finding callers than say lift for decades, wireless providers have relied upon information from phones pinning cellular towers and from the global positioning system also known as GPS to provide location estimates for nine one one systems, you'd think that would work pretty well. But according to Evelyn Bailey, executive director of the national association of state nine one administrators and former head of Vermont's first enhanced nine one one system those methods aren't always so reliable. She said it depends upon the infrastructure. That's available where the caller is located. Let's say you're outdoors in a place where you're close to a cell tower in the GPS signal isn't obstructed, you're probably okay. But if you're out in the mountains, where cell coverage is spotty or inside a building containing lots of metal in a densely developed urban area. It could be a lot tougher. Your phone, though, has other ways to locate you, thanks to technological advances by mobile phone manufacturers. Your device can use your proximity to WI fi networks and bluetooth beacons and even readings from the barometer that you probably didn't realize was built into your phone that data comes from what's known as the user plane and historically wireless carriers haven't trusted it as a location source to fulfil their regulatory obligations. But even if they did Bailey notes that existing nine one one systems aren't engineered in a way that makes it easy for them to accept that data into their location stream. Fortunately, though, the wireless telecom industry and organizations representing the nine one one. Systems have been working together for years on finding technological solutions. And as of two thousand fifteen the FCC issued new regulations that set a timetable for improving. The accuracy of the location information the carriers provide to nine one one by twenty twenty one they have to be able to provide a dispatch -able location at least eighty percent of the time dispatch Colocation, meaning one that's within one hundred sixty four feet or fifty meters of where a caller is located. Also, they have to be able to provide barometric pressure from any phone that measures it which could make it easier to pinpoint altitude and figure out what floor in a building. A caller is calling from the industry is also working on developing and testing the national emergency address database. This include the locations of wifi, hotspots, bluetooth, beacons and other parts of the modern world electric infrastructure, eventually the database will be able to accept data that consumers provide about their home wifi networks if they choose to provide it. This episode was written by Patrick j Hyder and produced by Tyler clang for iheartmedia, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other pointed topics visit our home planet house to works dot com. Hey, Brian stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. Interesting informative even fun every Wednesday. They cover real life money topics like ways to cut your grocery Bill. 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"hyder" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"There was no Lisa arena on tables. So to know air couldn't really compare the baby shower, but it was there. It was like it was up there. Yeah. So let's just needed a little Lisa who doesn't they hadn't that girl? Who catches the ball should have been these? That would have been so timely like really, but so timeline. I would have been great. Okay. Speaking of yet, Bravo were universe. And I think the rest of our stories are pretty Bravo Centric real house of Orange County star Gina curtian Hyder arrested for DUI real house of star Gina cushion Hyder was busted for driving under the influence. She was arrested by OC sheriff's department at three forty three AM on Friday. The blast reports. Cops took her to Santa to the Santa Anna, California jail where a clerk confirmed chicks. She was released later Friday. She said appear in court on February twenty eighth we're told it is unclear for arrest will be addressed on season fourteen of real hesitant of Orange County as filming asleep just starting next week. So then it should be it should be in court will be. Yeah. They're usually like if anything kitchen the Presley much legally win like getting that hits in the press, especially for not filming like, they do mention it like attention at all. They should all baby. I won't do it yet sickly cheating. She said I made a very bad choice the other night after a moms. I'm disappointed in myself and regret my actions wholeheartedly. I have learned the lesson and hope to show you all that this one incident does not define me. Well, I mean, listen that's a perfectly proper statement to make. I have troubles with the US because such as you that you're hurting like you can really hurt someone else. Yeah. And that's why I have such a big problem with it people do make mistakes as long as you went out. You know, this was her eighth d you why I feel like we could make a judgment call. Right. Yeah. Like, everyone does make mistakes. Let's see how she handles. It was three forty three a m like hopefully, a lot of people weren't on the road. No, one died her kids weren't in the car. Like thank God for all of that. Let's just see how she handles it from now on and hopefully, it was just an honest mistake that she made and it was just a lack of judgment. I agree. Well, said I didn't know like I hadn't really right up on the story before we were talking about it. So I didn't know what I was gonna say. But I agree people make mistakes. Well, Jake ten anyone you like, okay. She loves it again. Like, then we consider something, right? Like, I feel like we can make a judgment. But like the first time for anything like, I don't know. I've done I've done shitty things before yet. I wonder what her. Her blood alcohol was way, because maybe it wasn't. It was like point. Oh, nine right in which case. It's like, okay. Let me listen thought she was so like, and I don't like after your one glass of wine of you being sober for a month. What's your blood, alcohol content? Having one glass, not that you were shift or you wanted to drive, but I don't know like how that's measured is what I'm trying to say. Yeah, she could have been obliterated. I'm not defending her. But I'm also not like just casting judgement against judgment. Agreed. And I kind of need more details, and I guess I'll have to watch your house is of Orange County. Yes, you will. Yes. You okay. Next story. Not exactly Barbara Centric. But has it. Bravo gun Pete Davidson and keep beckoned sale where spotted leaving a.
"hyder" Discussed on Around the Rim
"They run a lot of drop coverage with her and in college, which is just the post player being depressed until they force that jump shot by by the guard coming off or. That's what they're conceding is that long to the guard going over the top doesn't defender. Not many kids in college can hit that consistently. But in the pros that can so the there's some there's some things there that I think, you know, you could you could certainly have her coach say Hyder because that implies that she's not she's not capable, but you could find ways to to try and alleviate some of those blind spots in their game per se may maybe they're not like, maybe she'll get up there, and she'll be able to handle it. But we just haven't seen enough or I haven't seen enough sample size for the college level doing some of those those pro things where you have to be out on the floor. And and. Nor should you. 'cause I mean, if I had her in college, too, I would put her in the paint and say stop it, you know, work change when you stop it. Then don't so. Yeah, that's kind of what I see you know, what I see for her. But certainly the ability to hit that shot. It's never like I I never watched a player in and say I and I don't know if you have. But I've never watched the players that you know, what they're to versatile. Like, I don't know how how I can deal with that. Right. You know, like they they have their good at too many things. Right. Like, there's never thing. Usually, just okay. She's limited here. She's limited there. So I think her her getting more confidence in her jump shot is only positive thing. I don't know if you're necessarily going to call for picking pop with her on an open side for a game winning three. Maybe not. Okay. Right. But, but I think that's a that's a positive thing to keep people honest if she's able to hit that was regularity at the next level. That's certainly would maybe put some indecision and coaches is in terms of how they. Play a pick and roll action with her if she able to consistently hit that. Yeah. You know, it's it's I mean, I've I've enjoyed watching what the bigs are doing just the evolution, you know, especially at the WNBA level. But I one thing I find fascinating is that Kim mulkey has never moved away from a big post, you know, like in the day of even the small ball movement, which you know, you could say still alive, whatever, you know. Everyone wants that five player that could step out and shoot it Kim has consistently wanted a big body on the block, right? And in a game. Like, this you see especially with the size of Lauren Cox who had five blocks..
Assault, Sutherland Springs and Luby discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"In the governor's roundtable discussion on school safety there'll be joined by survivors of other acts of mass violence including the armed assault on a church in sutherland springs in november the two thousand sixteen school shooting in alpine texas and the nineteen ninetyone massacre that claimed twenty four lives including that of the shooter at luby's cafeteria in central texas classes at santa fe high school are scheduled to resume next week i'll mesa couple has pled guilty to helping their daughter hyder baby from its father and a custodial interference case maricopa county prosecutors say rolin jones reported his daughter enter then one year old son were missing last june police say he and his wife cassandra both knew that the daughters ex husband had been granted joint custody of the child and they helped their daughter deny him access to that boy the daughter madeline jones was found safe with the child in california in october her parents could face a year in jail traffic's rapid again lots of problems.
Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr's bloc wins Iraq elections
"Reports they also believe he made the explosive devices found at the scene texas governor greg added said investigators had warrants to search to homes in connection with the shooting suspect he said because of the threat of explosives authorities would move slowly various different kinds of explosive devices have already been detected one was a co two device another was a molotov cocktail the houston fbi office says swat teams bomb techs canine units are all being used at multiple locations at the school and in surrounding areas the governor says the suspect also left details about the shooting plan in journals and on his computer and phone for npr news i'm travis bubonic in houston iraq's election commission says shiite cleric muqtada al solders political block has won the country's parliamentary elections which were held about a week ago npr's jane raff reports it's an upset to prime minister hyder ali body results are in from around the country they can be appealed in the next few days but they show sutter's political movement winning the biggest number of seats that's followed closely by political block made up mostly of iranian backed shia militia leaders and then comes a body it's a blow for the uk educated prime minister and for the us which had backed him sutter led a militia that fought us forces after the two thousand three invasion his matheny army was also blamed for fuelling iraq's civil war but he disbanded the militia and for this election he teamed up with secularists and he told voters to vote for qualified candidates no matter their religious beliefs no party won a majority will likely take a couple of weeks of bargaining for governing coalition to come together jane arraf npr news baghdad china has for the first time deployed long range bombers to its new military airport on disputed territory in the south china sea beijing calls the move a training exercise the bbc steve mcdonald reports it's china's latest show of strength by djing has been gradually building up its military facilities on all structures which will once wraiths now at a new airport in disputed waters of the south china sea long range h six k bombers have been taking off and landing for the first time the chinese air force says the training drills will help it reach all regions and strike in all directions the.
Shiite cleric Sadr front-runner in partial election results
"The iheart app download it for free iraq's electoral commission says influential shiite cleric mukhtar alsaad or is alliance is the early front runner in national elections there the results from ten of the country's nineteen provinces are in including baghdad and bosra an alliance of candidates with close ties to iraq's powerful shiite paramilitary groups are a close second while iraqi prime minister hyder owl body has performed poorly across the majority shiite provinces that should have been his base of support the election was marked by a record low voter turnout it's the first elections in iraq since iraq declared victory over the islamic state group and the fourth election since the two thousand three u s led invasion the toppled saddam hussein jerusalem is decked out with israel and american flags is the us makes good on a promise cbs's robert burger with the story from jerusalem israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu welcomed the american delegation which will attend the opening of the us embassy here in jerusalem on monday president trump is making history we are deeply grateful netanyahu said jerusalem has been the capital of the jewish people for three thousand years and it will remain so forever robert berger cbs news jerusalem the israeli military says it increased its forces on the gaza border and dropped leaflets into the gaza strip urging residents to keep their distance from the border fence during large scale protests expected monday daniel c kurtzer is a princeton professor and former us ambassador to israel and egypt he spoke about the global opposition to president trump's decision to relocate the us embassy in jerusalem must all of europe russia the chinese the security council members have all expressed the belief that this was a mistake on the part of the trump administration gaza's ruling loss movement his urging tens of thousands of people to join monday's protests which is meant to coincide with the opening of the us embassy in contested jerusalem wbz news time six forty one let's check sports on this sunday afternoon wbz's chris pharma has it all fourth chris.
Shania Twain now angers conservatives for backtracking on pro-Trump comments
"What hyder colder hooter hiders i love that shania twain has been criticized saying in a recent interview she would've voted for donald trump because she's honest and tells because he's honest and tells it like it is and within minutes again with the people on twitter and instagram social media came out and saying she they were disappointed and questioning the reason behind her answer and shaving her for talking about the us election she is canadian after also can't really vote in the election and she responded in a long four page tweet apologizing and explaining how this question caught her off guard did you say four page tweet four page tweet tweet rather you know it's just that age old john if you don't say anything you can't take off half of your fans there's always going to be fifty percent on the other side you try to please everybody ended up leasing nobody no no no no no no body abc announced that grey's anatomy will return for its fifteenth season.