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Why Doesn't California Build Big Dams Any More?
"Been talking about how most of our water comes from a system of dams and reservoirs set up to capture the states precipitation so one logical solution here is more dams right. Not so fast says jay lund a professor of civil and environmental engineering at uc davis story. I tell people is if you were the first engineer in california and you were going to build the first reservoir where would you put it. You had put it the cheapest place that gives you the most water. Where would you put the reservoir the next best place. We've done this fifteen hundred times. What do we have left. Expensive places that don't give you much water. He says with fifteen hundred dams in the state all the good damn spots are taken heck. Even a lot of the bad spots are taken but that doesn't mean that there aren't smart things we can do with our reservoirs as david romero takes it from here with four big ideas so the first big idea has to do with managing those fifteen hundred reservoirs differently. I learned how lake mendocino along the russian river. That's where i met. Nick mala savage in the middle of the mostly dry lake bed. He helps manage the lake for the us army corps of engineers in two thousand nineteen. The water was about forty feet over our heads. He says lake mendocino could go dry by the end of the summer mar lake levels here at lake. Mendocino are the lowest they've ever been for this time in the year even though this lake is nearly dry it's on the leading edge of science around reservoir management in the past. Water was let out of the reservoir whether or not storms were in the forecast. They wanted to make room for more water. They expected would come but because of climate change. Those storms are becoming less frequent malice. Savage is helping pilot a new approach at lake. Mendocino conserve wait until a major rainstorm is coming and then let water out of the reservoir. It's called forecast informed reservoir operations. We can sit on this water. We can continue to watch the forecast and then you see that big boomer of a storm conham then you can make the decision. Hey the sun's still shining. We need to put water into the river. Generate that airspace for the next storm. And we're good
Giants Claim Jose Quintana off Waivers From Angels
"Giants just picked him up. Remember from the White Sox wasn't quite as effective with the Cubs. Obviously, it doesn't have great numbers with the angels. But What's going on with him. Well, he's not. He's not been very effective in particular as a starter, and you know, he there was a time in his career where he had command issues, and that all came back. He just hasn't pitched that much in the last 2.5 years. Pandemic injuries, et cetera. The one thing I'll say on his behalf is that he's had the worst year of his professional career, and Joe Maddon and the Angels pitching coach Matt Wise. Went out of their way on a number of occasions to talk about what a great mentoring, Uh, factor influence. He's been with some of the younger Spanish speaking pictures on the Angels staff now. You know, down the stretch the the Angels. They didn't claim him, uh, to have a mentor right? They want a guy who can get some people out. So maybe they think there's something there situations. I don't know if the Angels or rather, the Giants get a A huge division leading it looks like they're not going to be caught. Maybe they use a guy like Quintana to to gap out other guys in the rotation. I mean, I don't think it cost them much. So who can fault the dart throw if they if they think they can catch lightning in a bottle for a month? Yeah, Matt. Thank you so much. It's always great catch up with the
Microsoft Will Launch Cloud Gaming Service on Xbox Consoles This Year
Mike Richards Slated to Be Next Jeopardy Host
"We'll after all that jeopardy has a host. I'll come on. tell me executive. Producer rob jeopardy. Might richard jonah goldberg. Thank you very much. Everyone tim for real for real official over lavar for rila guerrilla variety reports a source close to the deal a source close to their thinking. He's according to our own reporting. He's in advanced negotiations from to replace alex. Trebek's that's alright. Even signed on the dotted line yet. Not official yet. I still hold out. Hope for jordy la forge their reading rainbow guy. Lavar burton well. He's executive producer he he previously hosted divided the pyramid. Let's make a deal the releases right. So he's he knows what he's got. He's got experience and we just had that that poll last week Jen found where he he ranked very highly in asia. Survey came in second among the fans. They're trying to say ken jennings was like a ball. As like who. The guy likes ken jennings. Nobody liked jerk. Yeah but this this richards. What's his first name. Mike mike richards he was. He was good looking neapolis very he was very homey. It's like you already knew him though. I was just thinking about wink martindale. There's some and and what was the one with the microphone. With the mass match mattresses microphone was feet long and sort of talk to somebody. Russ this age. He would just point it forward. He didn't have to move to talk to him. You just go and who is on password. What was oh joan. London's she was always on password. Paso i'd think about dick clark. Was the twenty five thousand dollars. Pyramid was the host of the gong. Show who he was a spy. Chuck barris read his autobiography. One of the most amazing lives of all time. It's amazing he was a multi multimillionaire because he he produced in created. Most of the game shows you know. Wow it was amazing spy for the us government or so probably. That's what he also wrote. That song down at palisade park really wrote that. Wow barris was amazing. Was he was great. Alan lund lead ludlow. Ludden was with the password. Art linkletter to right.
Cole Hamels Signs With L.A Dodgers to Add Depth
"Of a vintage lefty, with quite a resume, and I know you have a man crush on him for a long time, as did I. Great. How about Cole Hamels? How about Cole Hamels signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers, which gives them Incredible depth or see where he's at. He's a little like Madison Bumgarner. But with shares er he's going to pitch tonight, making his Dodger debut. Walker Buehler went yesterday. Last night. They're gonna throw Kershaw on Saturday against the Angels. Consulate's back on the I. L. Arrius could go to the bullpen again, like he did last October and closure. Give another nasty left hander and then he got David Price who could swing He was in the bullpen to start the year. I don't know what they're going to do. With Cole Hamels. But that is a very interesting signing,
"lund" Discussed on No Agenda
"And it's really days for those studies and it's not clear whether any of them work because creating nasal vaccines against the corona virus. Virus is something. Researchers are just learning to do this. It feels like the advertiser called up and said okay guys. We got poisoned tylenol. You gotta run some interference while we figure it out. It sounds a little like that and and you can kind of spot it. By the way he's doing this reporting east talking about they. Bring him nate as like a script that she's reading from the script he's got the same script they they bring up the nasal vaccines and then he just jumps to all. We're working on seven different kinds of new other vaccine. That's pfizer then. it's gotta be adviser. She'll guy he's a regular guy he's science guy. Yeah oh yeah okay. Sure i'm not. Maybe i don't think so he's all in he'll be he'll be all the whole companies all in. That's the deal. You just do what you're told. But this guy. He's he's drug talks about the nasal vaccine because that's the way to do it for get rid of this localized version of kovic. Localized jumps to the seven seven facts. He's he's talking about eating ever says that even one of them is a nasal vaccine but he kind of this is an example of that conflation idea where you kind of talk about two things at the same time. Hopefully people will ignore the fact. That what you're saying is is nonsense because you're talking about one thing and then talking about another thing that's not really confirming anything you're talking about. Originally i would like to play the end of that again if you can if you can find that spot of course beer in the first place. Yes these are vaccines that are administered by as a nasal spray and they have something like that for the flu vaccine francis lund says there are seven different covert nineteen vaccines being studied in human subjects..
Somali Refugee Farmers Put Down New Roots in Rural US
"A group of somali refugees descended from slaves who escaped extortion rape and death in their home country and to live for years in baron refugee camps in kenya planting the seeds of a new life literally as immigrants in the united states. We did not Since nineteen ninety-one after now so we got the sense of peace the sense of community. We have been this. Is daniel dickinson and for this. Lead is on podcast from u. n. news. I've traveled to maine a strikingly fertile. Rural state in the north east of the us to learn about how a community of former refugees has started a farming association to preserve their indigenous culture and support their resettlement and integration enjoy new american life muhammad muhammad house these stony earth on his one tenth of an acre plot of farmland just outside the twin cities of lewiston open in maine dressed in a t. shirt shorts and a colorful woolen hat. He's energetic and committed to working the soil by hand as the midday sun beats down on him. He's nurturing beans and corn on hulu better. And i'm happy because i am waking the lund. I'm sitting a lot. So i'm getting good physics. I will use some of the beans under the corn for the family and the rest. I will sell. Muhammad muhammad is growing african friend corn a grain which somalis used to make a traditional flat. Bread called moo fall right now. The seedlings are just a few inches high bought within two to three months. And with the right care though grow into seven foot plants way down by numerous as of tasty corn.
"lund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"lund" Discussed on Uncommon
"What age bracket are we talking. Here i have no memory from like five to like the dane. Five to see what happens. I wanted i remember always. It's funny because you don't unless you do so reflection later in life and you look back on high school promise whatever it is and you kind of look at that and think had i feel in these my mental blah blah and. I looked back. And i'm never feeling no i like i belong. It's like i always had friends like all his in popular group and i was. You know that was fine. But i always felt like a little bit misunderstood was into schools. Were like that. I'm like hey like i'm lebanese. But it's not like you comes out like my personality and stuff. But i think there was like a bit of lack cultural differences. We're like going to school where it's like mainly just full. Australians and i think as well like my family upbringing the way we were raised is very different to a lot of people that i know and i think that growing up with just brothers and then going to an old goal school. I kind of like emotional. I was never like emotional. And i was always like i would get cold like all. You'll hear a bitch or you'll like rude or you'll when i wasn't paying by paypal i think goals in that age bracket slight khan the brutal. Yeah but if you're not used to that then you're a bitch. Sorry i kinda struggled a bit with like. I would always be told that i was very much of something. I was too loud or too aggressive opinion. It was always like. I was true to and then when i went to university i signed to people who were more like me and along with the well and then it wasn't until probably wasn't until i started. Gmt and i size to connect with like lack minded paypal. And that's when i was like all i've found my people did where did you grow up. Where did you go to school. Seiger up in a suburb called lund's which is about five minutes from north paramedical so west name so grew up in western sydney and two brothers vary like sporting family like it was very focused on sports. Not so much. A focus on academics. I'm not very academic. Yeah did you go to school. Run is well..
"lund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And what is the state of the franchise? I mean, I think we've improved. We've improved our depth. Um You know, there's always attrition. You're going to lose people. You can add people, but I do think we're better. But you know again, I go back to that gives you an opportunity. It gives you a chance, and now it is what we make it. I think we're made of the right stuff. We put a lot of focus on bringing guys. Love football that have that football character. Um, that gives you an opportunity. I do think we're more talented. I think when you continue to add talented players who fit kind of our our makeup, That's a good thing and we've been able to do that. So I think we're well set up. I've got a lot of belief in our crew. I think good thing. Good times are coming, and I'm just looking forward to getting going. I do believe we have the chance to be better. Um, but that's just how it starts. You gotta earn that and to be better. You've got to go through some stuff and That means a lot of guys who haven't done it before. Some rookies some second year player some 30 year players, guys haven't totally done it before. They have the ability to do it. They need to step it up and do it. We need to put them in positions to do it and also some veterans who have done it before. You're not just going to do it again. Just because you have that's a whole another year. And are you going to be better or worse? And I believe the veterans that we have can be better. And so when you're in a situation where the guys who have been good, you still think they can get better, and the guys haven't quite done it yet, you believe have the ability to do it. I think that's what we're saying. We have the chance to do. Anything that we want, and that's all you can ask for. But now there's a hell of a lot of work ahead of that, and that starts with every single person are building. There you go. State of the franchise. Your conversation with John and Kyle. Some of the things we learn will come back with that. We got of course, your world famous for playing your one o'clock gallery caboose. All that stuff coming up next here on these words later. This is Papa and Lund. Live on FM. And this is Kay NPR one. Oh 45 and 6 80, these sports leader probably killed an auto body Traffic.
Trey Mancini to Participate in Home Run Derby a Year After Cancer Diagnosis
"Fun the home run Derby is going to be in a few weeks. Defending champ Peter Alonso Back Shohei Otani has opted in and now cancer survivor, Trey Mancini has also accepted the invite. He's overcome. Colon cancer after missing all of last year with chemotherapy has been an inspiration will come back to the Orioles slugger and knowing that the mid summer Classic will have something good to focus on is exactly what we all need. This is Damon,
"lund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"lund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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Philips Recalls Ventilators and Sleep Apnea CPAP Machines
The Science Behind That Fresh Rain Scent
"Your eyes Listen take a deep breath and try to smell the smell of this sound. Oh i can do this. Actually that is rain smell. Ding being your winner now bonus question. Do you know what causes that smell. Oh god no absolutely not game over so there are a few different things that contribute to the frustrating smell but the main one is a chemical compound called it's made by bacteria and our noses are incredibly good at detecting it and besides festering. You might also associate it with something else. This compound courses to form people that attractive smell soil. Who yeah i do. Love the smell of soil. So do i. And sodas class flared. He's a professor of microbiology. At lund university in sweden and he studies the materia. That mixed use men in soil. Okay okay so it's not anything about the rain. That smells that way the raindrops are churning. Up this stuff. This geofs men. That's been sitting on top of the soil and then once it's in the air we can smell it. Yes
Invisible Art Sells for $18,000
"An artist sells an invisible invisible sculpture for over $18,000 and Italian. I mean, what kind of salesman are you? That's great one. I read this article. I thought to myself if you can sell an invisible sculpture for 18,000 like we've always used the I could sell ice to an Eskimo. Okay, Can you sell an invisible sculpture for $18,000? He had to, uh, he had to give this guy a certificate of authenticity to prove that it's actually real, But it's an invisible sculpture for $18,000. How do you get at home? That's a great call. That's a great point. Come with me. I got to pick up this item from my buddy buying this I don't know. I mean again. It's not like an N F T. It's not like it's a got a digital code tied to it. What's the certificate of authenticity
Boeing Pauses 737 Max Deliveries Due to Electrical Issue
"Unfortunately, Boeing announced today they're pausing deliveries of their 7 37 Max, as a fix of an electrical issue that grounded the jet earlier this month is taking longer than expected. The company said the delay won't be long and they do expect to catch up on deliveries over the balance of the
Fed Holds Steady on Interest Rates
"The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged today is the central bank wrapped up its two day policy meeting. The Fed said in the statement that indicators of economic activity and employment has strengthened and also acknowledge that inflation is rising. The committee plans on working to achieve inflation at a 2% level, so they'll maintain an accommodative stance of monetary policy. Until those outcomes are
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Teases Presidential Run
"Told you this yesterday. The rock set of the people want him to run for president. He will run for president, and in recent survey, almost 50% of Americans said they would approve of the rock running. President. What 50% of those that responded how many responded That 50% of 340 million people. You're not saying that early Look. You get the right 50% or even less than 50%. As we've learned you could become commander in chief here. So how many people what zits? Come on, I don't know. But if the guy who was the host of the apprentice of the guy who was the Terminator if those guys can do things Wouldn't put it past the rock. Anyway. Here's an NBC report and the rocket the end exclaiming. If the people want it, he will give it to them. Take a look. Not sure our founding fathers ever envision. 264 Ball tattooed half black, half Samoan guy joining their club Johnson tweeted in response. But if it ever happens it be my honor to serve the people. Johnson has been hinting at a run for some time, his new show, young rock positions and older rock running for president. But our guiding light will always be our shared values and love of country. Johnson also spoke to Willie Geist about presidential ambitions for an upcoming Sunday Today stores in our dividing country there aren't that many people we all agree on anymore. So is that something that still interests you, Dwayne? So I do have that gold to unite our country. And I also feel that if this is what the people want,
C# And .NET For Beginners With Vijesh Salian
"So first thing i'd like to say vichy's thank you ever so much for spending your afternoon with me talking about what we're about to talk about. Usually so little bit of insider baseball we usually we have a topic and provide as we talk about. But you know it's an easy going show. We can go off in a different direction so at the moment akron idea of what we're going to talk about what we may end up talking about something else. I don't know as as a saturday afternoon. We're having some chill out time. You know we both saddens. Children is brilliant wherever just time to chill. It's a thank you for spending time with me. Cool thank you for having me pleasure. You're very very welcome. Very welcome so i was wondering before we get into the the topic that we're going to tackle today. I was wondering. Could you let listeners know a little bit about yourself. Give us a brief introduction in Sort of technical background the places. You've worked projects working on if you can talk about them kind of a minute And i'm a software engineer primarily in the talknet ecosystem. And i started my career coding in delphi and then moved on to see shop and i like to mentor big nurse and upcoming as well. So that's like You know. I've learned a lot from my pearson. It looks like giving back to people who want to learn more as well and I worked in bangalore in india. And currently i'm working in another lund's and i've been here for about three years now and i'm working for healthcare company which is vital images sparta cannon group and Yeah and i've been part of healthcare company before as well so i like the domain and it gives a sense of purpose of to what i'm doing
NFL owners approve 17-game regular season, 3 preseason games
"A 17 game to the NFL schedule is Official. The 40 Niners will play at the Bangles. The FC will get the extra home game this year. And next year, the NSC and etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Not that it was unforeseen. But what do you think, anyway? We kind of knew it was the owners vote. I assume it was 32. Nothing unless Mike Brown abstained. I don't know how that guy ever had any Children. Maybe it was 31 old and one. I don't know. But he held Davis as well. That's why I only had one child. He abstained all the league votes. So we knew it was going to be the Bangles. So the 40 Niners this year will play the NFC North. So the Packers and Vikings air coming to Levi's in the 40 Niners are going to Chicago and Detroit. Eagles because of the common record will be the other. NFC team as well. That will be on the away schedule and they're planning a F C South, which means a trip to actually land is coming to us. Indianapolis's coming To us. And then on what else is happening there? Uh, Houston is coming to us as well. Um and then on the road, it's Tennessee and Jacksonville. And the 17th game is gonna be pretty kidney. Obviously, the three within your own division home in a way, like every year. We knew it was gonna be the Bangles and the way it works this year, they're just lining up. Conferences. So the A F C East is playing the NFC East E A. F. C North is playing the NFC West, and that's the 40 Niners and Bangles. They have C south, playing the NFC South E A. S E West is playing the NFC North. And I'm gonna go back and forth on which conference gets the extra home game, and this year it'll be the FC.
"lund" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Welcome back everyone. We are talking. Susan lund from mckinsey and company about the long term impacts of covid nineteen on her future of work so susan. Let's shift gears a little bit in the long term. What is this sort of reimagining me and what what are some foreseeable trends. So in addition to just this whole question of where people work there has been a big uptick in the use of technology over the last year. So whether it's like shopping online or having your groceries delivered or doing banking through an app. We're using digital payments. These were things that were happening. And twenty twenty just saw huge uptick in usage so anywhere from you know three to five times faster growth in usage and what we found by doing consumer poll surveys and countries around the world. Is that anywhere. Between fifty to seventy five percent of people will say that they're gonna continue to use some of these new digital channels after the pandemic. now it's not just say not. Were never gonna go shopping or never going to go to a restaurant. I think it's really both and but this is going to have a pretty significant impact On where the jobs of the future are going to be and a lot of the jobs in bricks and mortar retail restaurants. Hotels may not come back And that's gonna create challenges for companies as well as for society. And how do you create different career paths for these people to get on so on the the the businesses that you think. That might not might not come back and recover so what what leads you. What what did you find. That led you to to come to those conclusions. Well we find a lot of the customer facing low wage work whether it's in restaurants and fast food or in bricks and mortar regional stores are juice going to be down permanently. Part of it is because of a reduction of business travel so if Our colleagues in the travel just six practice think that there will be twenty percent less business travel permanently because of digital virtual meetings and that means going out to a cafe for breakfast eating launch. Eating dinner Working from home. When i go to the office i would go out to all those places that exist really only to sell lunch Buying salad and now. I'm at home. So there's a big shift in demand And what it means. Is that a lot of these. Large scale employers For instance amazon or target or walmart had been really thinking proactively. About how can i take The customer facing sales associates say create training programs to move them into management or supply chain or it in digital And how can i redeploy the people. I have to where it's needed or in the case of retail to e commerce and distribution. That's interesting i know when We've talked on the show about you. Know what the workforce in the future is the impacts of of artificial intelligence and all that and it sounds to me like say a little bit about the same thing in that when we talked about those those issues. there was a panic about. Oh my gosh. i'm going to be replaced. I'm not gonna have a job. But what i hear you're saying is that there's likely going to be new jobs. Created there's going to be new focuses and and that sounds very helpful to me. And i love that. That's right I always say. I regret to say that robots will not be doing all our work for us soon. Not not at least in our lifetimes. There is work but it's going to be different. Work and in general at requires more specialized skills so companies are really actively looking at this and particularly now. So we've gone through. Cova companies shifted the workforce think about banks and bank branches shutdown. Suddenly you needed people in call centers. So teller was the name a call center agent overnight right. There wasn't there has been a lot of flexibility in most companies about quickly shifting people to where they were needed and now as we go back i think a lot of executives are thinking about instead of going back to the way things were. How do we re imagine. We're our businesses going. We're going to be the sources of growth and where do we need talent And can we systematically shift our workforce to doing where the work of the future is going to be. I like that. I love that idea that changes. It changes airing. It doesn't matter everybody you know. Change is scary. But i think that at least one thing i felt you know looking at the report is it does have a hopeful aspect to it for individuals i think it means adaptability and lifelong learning is something we talk about but is really going to become a reality unsure in your job theresa in the law. A is transforming a lot of what first year law associates used to do. The same is true in accounting finance for actuaries. I'm gonna economist by training in my profession has changed incredibly so people are going to need to embrace that i think is one thing and the second thing i'm often asked. Well what skills should i build employable in the future and i think the answer is are two different sets of skills that are important first our digital skills so if you people have a bench for technology and math and science for goodness sake pursue it right lots and lots of jobs in the future but equally important are going to be people with good socio emotional skills because what machines. Don't do our do good sales call on sign up a new customer or they're not good at couching and mentoring. More junior employees or teaching Others working team so fees are skills these soft they're sometimes called soft skills and they're increasingly important and yet educators and schools. Don't really know how to teach them new companies. I often asked by executives. Well how how do we help. Employees develop these soft skills. It's amazing i love it. I love it. We are out of time. And i hate this because i i love talking about this topic but i wanna thank you summit susan for joining us and sharing all this great information with our listeners will make sure to have your report of again on our website so people can look at but thank you so much for being on the show with us thank you. It's my pleasure that's our show for today. I want to tell you if you'd like to learn more about susan. You can find her on the web at mckinsey dot com under the our people tad that's m. c. k. i. n. s. e. y. dot com. You can also connect with susan. Our website at sapphire legal dot com slash podcast. I want to also thank our listeners. My radio angels. James in the navy at night and our workplace team. Extraordinaire our engineer and producer. Paul roberts our associate producer. Melissa lacey put music provided by the very talented team person learning. Thank you all for joining us. A workplace perspective and until next time raising the bar..
"lund" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"You james at welcomed everyone to workplace perspective where we are striving to raise the bar at workplaces everywhere. Today we're talking. Susan lund a partner of mckinsey and company on the leader of the mckinsey global institute seasons research focuses on the intersection of technology and labor markets. Her latest research has been analyzing the long term impact code nineteen on the future of work on today's episode. We'll be discussing susan's findings and some foreseeable trends as businesses started to imagine a post covid workplace. It's going to be a great show. Don't go away. we'll be right. The opinions expressed by guests on workplace perspective. Do not necessarily reflect those of sapphire legal. Or it's attorneys. Ed should not be considered legal advice. You're listening to workplace perspective and employment law podcast presented by sapphire legal. Welcome back to our listeners. And welcome to workplace perspective susan lund. Thank you for having me while. I'm very excited to talk about this topic. I'm i'm all about the workforce of the future and i'm anxious to hear what your research is turned up on the impacts of this pandemic on coming up on our year anniversary. But before we get started. Can you tell him listeners. A little bit about and what you do. So i'm a partner at mckinsey. I'm one of the leaders of the mckinsey global institute which is the consulting firms economics think-tank so our mandate is to look at long-term trends shaping the global economy and what implications that has for business and for the last ten years have been looking at different trends in labor markets in terms of job creation the gig economy and freelance work on for the last five years. A lot of focus on how technology is changing jobs over the last year. Of course the big question. Now is what happens after kobe. And do we just go back to the way things were or are they going to be some long term changes in how we work. And that's we're gonna be talking about today and the report that you have a that was put out is titled the future of work after covid nineteen and we'll make that record available linked to it on our website when we get your podcast up and running but for now i really wanna talk about. I know that people are we. Don't get political on this show. But i do think that with the vaccinations process going on and more and more as more and more people get vaccinated at think that employers are starting to look ahead at the horizon to start thinking about okay. When we're looks like we're gonna get to at some point we're gonna. There's hope we're going to get back to the new the new workplace rate. And what is that gonna look like and how we gonna to it all this and people not being a very adamant about keeping some of these trends that have come up the zoom calls that you know the work the remote work and all that stuff. That's actually worked for some people and how to integrate that so i am super excited to hear about your research on that. So what is coming back to work. Look like and how is that being reimagined. We'll right now. Companies are in the midst of this grand experiment thinking about how do we go back. I was just earlier this morning on with a group of executives in the financial services industry. And i think it's quite common across companies that you'll have some part of the workforce that really wants to go back full time for whatever reason work from home is not working for them but typically that's a quarter of employees or less Then you might have some segment of the workforce that can continue to work from home so depending on the role if there's not a lot of need for interactions i think about call center workers right might continue to work remotely from hall and that saves them real estate costs but for the vast majority i think of your listeners. Today what people want is some kind of hybrid and companies are thinking through. How can we retain some of the flexibility and allowing people to work from home one day a week or two days a week And have more flexibility but then still made sure that we maintain the company culture and people are together and can interact when they need to -solutely and so what. What sort of things did you discover in that regard. Well so we looked at all the different activities that go into different jobs. So you can't really think about can your whole job done remotely or in person And we looked at over two thousand activities. Sometimes you're on a computer processing information or learning. Sometimes you're doing administrative tasks again online. Sometimes you're talking to customers so when we we really disaggregated for each of those specific activities can be done effectively and as productive productively from home or not and when we add up all the work that we think can be done equally well from anywhere We find out that about twenty to twenty five percent of the workforce overall Could work from home three to five days a week. Now they are still going to need to go to the office When we think about your listeners and people in office settings it's more like seventy to eighty percent of people could theoretically work from home at least one or a few days per week But what companies are thinking about now is how do we be thoughtful and intentional about this rather than drifting back to work and whoever wants to go and goes in and i wanna stay home mondays and you wanna stay home friday and sort of a free for all. They're thinking about how. How can we decide. You know when different team should be together. How often and then. What are they doing when they're in the office because if you're coming into the office just sitting at a desk alone on your computer you.
Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley
"In a deadly shooting inside a South Seattle church that happened inside the Emerald City Bible Fellowship on Rainer Avenue. And tonight we're learning the conversation had nothing to do with the church. Here's couples, Jonathan Show with this operation Crime and Justice Update. Has happened, so we ran it right around here. He could see Churches, the blood there. Lund there in a sanctuary usually reserved for praise and worship that someone coming in to try to figure how to clean this up head Pastor Harvey Drake is now trying to navigate what's left of a bloody crime scene inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship. The short of it is, is that someone end up Didn't kill, investigators say. On Wednesday afternoon, a man with a gun walked into a meeting inside the church. There was a discussion between the victim and the suspect, at which point the suspect, then pulled out a gun. Fatally shooting the victim with the motive still remains unclear. And right now SPD is not releasing the name of the suspect or the victim on Lee Shake. Investigators are still looking for the shooter, not a church gathering was that a church member of is an outside group that we allowed to use our building? That group is community passageways, a nonprofit that rents office space at the church and helps at risk youth. And young adults stay out of trouble. CEO and founder Dominique Davis would not answer any of our questions. But a spokesperson did sent us a statement that reads in part, community passageways is deeply saddened by the horrific incident. As an organization. We are constantly reviewing our procedures and evaluating our protocols in order to get in. You have to ring the bell. Somebody had to let you in. Pastor Drake says Emerald City's doors are always locked, but someone with passageways leading the shooter and now Drake, he's also reevaluating his own churches. Security protocols because we want everybody who Enter this building to feel safe at all times from Seattle, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News and Pastor Drake says all
The spring housing market just lost more than 200,000 new listings
"Up to be a very good one for sellers as a sharp drop in new listings due to severe weather, combined with already record low supply will increase prices and encourage bidding wars. There are 200,000 fewer homes on the market now than this time last year. Now there is a silver lining for local buyers. The three major cities, seeing an increase in inventory to are in the Bay Area, San Jose and San Francisco. Now there is one caveat.
Netflix will spend $100 million to improve diversity on film following equity study
"Followed the lead of founder Reed Hastings and made a real commitment to diversity as the company just released an end up self study examining the diversity of Netflix is on screen talent and behind the camera employees. The report shows. The company has made progress but found the Latin characters or underrepresented as well as members of the LGBT Q and disabled communities. Netflix has announced the creation of the Netflix Fund for Creative Equity, which will invest $100 million in companies that help underrepresented communities, train and find jobs in TV and film.
"lund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Show for Netflix is part of their partnership that began in 2018. And this time it won't be a documentary. Former first lady Michelle Obama will start in a 10 episode Cooking show designed for Children called Waffles and Moti. Obama will be joined by a few friendly puppet pals as they discovered Cook and eat food from around the world, and the show will also collaborate with partnership for a healthier America, where Michelle Obama serves as the honorary chair. Waffles and mochi debuts on Netflix on March 16. Thies has been the Protect your assets with David Hollander. Business and Technology report concerned this recession will ruin your dream Retirement. Learn more. Listen to David Show every Saturday Morning on Kay and beyond, or call 1866 protect. And John Lund, Papa and Lund vie from the KNP, Our Grand Sierra resort and Casino studios on beef sports leader Yeah. All right. I'm looking over a caboose pistol items. Hi love When we get something we've never had before. A cat man, not a cat lady. Some believable. So this guy is on a zoom called. He's got his lawyer there. He's got the judge there. It's pretty serious.
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"Yeah. So what is it? What's the meaning? And Holly? Okay, The prank appeared to have been part of an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer awareness so that Zach, what's the matter with the charge? Gonna charge him. That they're trying to bring awareness. Yeah, I'm with that. Come on. Alright, Holly memory. Hmm. We don't have enough letters here. Holly Weed Wood left over. I got the S t. I t s a tough one. They are spectacular. I'm still stuck on the hall, The 10 coolest mullah terrorist. We'll say we've gotten a response. Amazing! You're thinking, aren't you ladies? They consider it Holy Jeez, it might be might be in style. I know about style. What's in style? Those look pretty good. I mean, as far as mullets go like a standard model. It's not gonna do like you said back in the day types. Didn't Mark McGwire have a bit of a mullet. Didn't you like he might have gotten a perm? Didn't he may have gone term mullet? I think he did. This is literally turn. Was that the years my 1001 1, his girlfriend broke up with him or 1991, and he hit like two or three. It's right there in that one year. Yeah, go back. Tony drops about a seven in the Vatican, or she did have he did have It was a problem was a mullet perm. I'm looking it Wasps. Yeah. Jeremy's got it. Yeah. Every picture has got a helmet like a batting helmet. I wanna see back because I could swear now he had the he had more of the permanent a mullah. I'm pretty convinced of that. That's so sad. Every picture of Marco wire that you look up on Google. He's the helmeted warrior he's got. It's a picture with him and Conseco or him and Sosa like every single picture. That's what it is. Not him and ghee Ambi. No day I think of J and B That's a good point. I can't find any. I'll have to look, but I could swear he had that know He had one. I'm pretty. I'm positive. Yeah, I remember. I think it's a year that he his girlfriend broke up with me. That's right. He went Permal in two or three shredded he did was to award exactly to do 91 to 1 and 91. She. Yeah, that's rough at the rough year. Hey, shave it all off. She's damn her at some point, if I did All right. Any remnants that we may have missed will let you will let you know. Plus we got a little bit of Ah, alteration on the against us tomorrow, but it is good. So we'll tell you about it next. Only here on the SportsCenter. Thies is Papa in Lund Live on FM. The sea's KNBR 1045 and 6 80 These sports leader. Oh, yeah. Just had some.
"lund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Denver is not a large market team, so If they can run their business, however, they want. I mean, the A's are running their team into the ground and 1000 days. Fan. I think it's ridiculous. But this is the type of trade read just like this is not even close to being fair, but that's cool. I mean, if you try to do this kind of a trade on a video machine, it would reject you in two seconds. Well, it's just they don't have an n betrayed track or you have to do that. I mean, they're having players that has been sold for cash. You could just sell a player and you don't have to give me any prospects. Just give me U. S currency back there. There's There's a huge you don't like the fact that there's such a large financial component of the deal. That was that was the driving deal on why they traded. Our NATO is they did not want to pay his salary after they gave him that lavish extension. That was just so it was a major fight. Financial component and the team was the stated want to put the money the players around him and Attend her draws. Well, that's a good baseball town. It's just, you know, I think their ownership is feeling the effects of a lot of people where have any fans in the stands last year. So I mean, that that's like, you know, basically. Wasn't straight cell, but there have been transactions where you just sell a player for money and you don't get anything back at all. As far as players or prospects. Tom Rath was going to join us in the bottom of the hour. He is retiring from the NFL player coach. We'll get it all the memories and of course, it's Super Bowl weeks. We'll talk to him about Super Bowl. Remember memories. We'll do that about 15 minutes. Only here on the SportsCenter Thies is Papa in Lund Live on FM and pieces KNBR 1045 and 6 80 these sports leader from the Children Auto body Traffic Desk. Heavy delays continuing to Castro Valley on eastbound 5 80 Righted Grove Leia Crash involving a big rig the right. Two lanes are blocked. Hopefully, we'll get those lanes cleared up here in just a few minutes, but it is backed up onto south bound to 38 pretty much all the way back to the Nimitz Freeway. He's found 92 east of Industrial. Two left lanes are blocked there. Yes, thanks to an overturned box truck, But delays are pretty minor in the South Bay North bound 87 right before the 2 80 interchange. Fire crews have the right lane. Shut down as they take care of. Ah, small brushfire next to the freeway. We're heading up towards the high country chains are required on 80 and 88 over the passes, but not highway 50, at least not yet. Just a minor back up at the Bay Bridge..
"lund" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Our v A. V. Goodyear Hotline. John Lund. Aaron Goldhammer kept quick update on the NFC championship game Buccaneers and Tom Brady lied Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. 14 to 10. It could be tied at 14 Davante Adams with a rare drop in the end zone on the Packers last possession and then a third down stop by the Packers gets them the ball back, so they're deep in their own territory, but two minutes left You pointed this out Aaron. They could double up here. If they could get a score here. They get the second half kickoff, right. They have two time outs and the two minute warning, but they're starting deep in their own territory. Red zone is a big difference in this game. Tampa has scored when they've gotten down there touchdowns both times. And the Packers, of course, had the three place to Davante Adams that they couldn't convert for a touchdown and they had to settle for a field goal. So that's the difference in the game. The other big thing I'm looking at here seven for nine on third down Tampa in the first half. Mike Patton in the Green Bay Defense, John They're gonna have to make some third down adjustments and get off the field a little bit more. A couple of those were third and longs and I know it's tough against Tom Brady. But Campus. Ability to convert on third down has been a huge difference so far in this first half lives. No doubt that you can. You don't even have to look at the scoreboard. If you look at third downs, if you look at red zones, and if you could look at big plays, if you add those up, and one team is dominant over another. You're gonna win the football game, an interesting situation to the Packers. The Buccaneers could have called the time out there and they could've got the ball back, but it looks like they're not going to the Packers will continue. We'll keep you up to date on the game. It will also continue to talk about the A F C championship game later on between the bills. And the Kansas City Chiefs from Arrowhead Stadium. But we're having a conversation earlier, the Miami heat. I don't know how this technology works. I have no idea. Dogs are incredible. So the Miami Heat claimed they have dogs that can sniff. For covert 19 no idea how this works. Sniffer, covert 19th. So the question is What would it take to get you back into an arena in a stadium? Are you already ready to go? Are you waiting for the vaccine? Are you waiting for others to go? Are you waiting for dogs who could sniff covert 19? How would you? How would you phrase where you are, As far as if you could go back in with the masses that you would go well in Cleveland? It's very different than where you are in San Francisco, John because here we're letting fans into the basketball arena about 2500. And we went through a brown season where there were fans at every single game, But I have not been to a sporting event since the beginning of the pandemic for everybody. This is different, right? Everybody sees this thing differently. Everybody's a different age. They come into contact with different people. Their level of risk is totally different. John for me. I've got to get the two doses of the vaccine before I'm going back to these games. And I think that owners realize that there is enough. There are enough people that were willing to risk it, especially outdoors. But the tricky thing for the heat for for these inside NBA games is I don't care how good the ventilation is. Just my constitution. My insides tell me that being outside is safer for covert than being inside and to go to a mass event like this indoors here. I'm probably wait until I get two doses of vaccine before I'm mask up and go back to an NBA game as much as I miss it as much as I want to be there I have. I have been too numerous 40 Niners game. It's I Dupri in post game for the 40 Niners out here in the Bay Area, and it is the weirdest thing ever to be in a game in which it's a professional game, and there are no fans. It feels like a scrimmage. There is no Mo mentum one way or the other one. A team makes a big score. They scored on a 76 yard touchdown. And it didn't matter that there was fake noise and all these kind of things early in the season, there was no Mo mentum. The Arizona Cardinals came back. No problem. There is no intimidation factor, and I don't care If there's a small amount of fans and you're pumping a bunch of noise in in Kansas City today, it would be vastly different. If you had a bunch of lubed up people going into Arrowhead, save him and screaming their heads off and doing the chance and all the different things that they do. It's just vastly different. What happens with the opposition is and I've done it in MBA arenas have been there, too. Just there's no intimidation. You go on a 10 hour run. No problem. We're fine. It's like you're just you're playing in a neutral site, with with no energy or momentum going either way, and sometimes it takes the home team to wake up for a minute. At least it did early in the NFL season to say we make a big play. There's no momentum. We've got to continue this. It's going to be all on us. That's been the most difficult part. Would go to an outdoor arena and feel pretty well about it, depending obviously on what the parameters were indoor arenas like you just said I'm not there yet. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not there yet for an indoor arena because they've told you that the outside and for obvious reasons. You're less likely so outside arenas I would start to feel comfortable inside. Aries is gonna take me a while. Dogs are just the best. How can a dog sniff you and be able to sense that you have the that is amazing to me. And I wonder like if there's a certain part of your body that exudes the scent, so like do you like if it's your face, like do you have to get down on the floor so that the dog can sniff your face before they'd let you in the building that Z. I gotta see how these dogs the covert sniffing dogs work. I got to see that in action, but apparently it's it's for real. The other part of this, you brought up Especially for the N B, a in the NFL the reason to go to the game. Isn't just to witness it in person. It's to witness it in person with 60,000 of your closest friends, so they want to feel that energy that Horsing vibe that you get out of the walk off home run. Just got hit. Right for the big touchdown pass just got thrown or LeBron on the breakaway throws down that Duncan. Everybody like rises as one and I would think that to be in these vast arenas with just a couple of people. I would almost rather watch it at home, then be there in person, because it feels that could be just a constant reminder of the pandemic. Trust me. I have enough reminders in my life of what's going on this country right now. I don't need another one game be on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app. When would you go back into an arena in Miami? The heat have Covert 19 sniffing dogs. I just know this. I am honestly I want to go to anything and I'm telling you, I'm not sure I want to go to a concert. You know what? I'm not gonna lie to you early in this whole process. I invited my ex wife over. That's how desperate I was to have some sort of adult interaction. And everybody who has kids at home schooling right now knows exactly. I just want to talk to adults. Even if she screams at me and tells me what a loser I am. Any kind of interaction, and I'm still nervous to go to a game right now. Not sure. Oh, I am. So that's where I am right. I've had days. I've had days like that, too. Haven't we all gave me on ESPN radio on the ESPN app coming up. We gotta look at the AMC championship game. We'll update you. It's almost half time in the NFC championship game in the A F. C. What would it win? Mean for the Buffalo Bills. It's Game day, ESPN radio ESPN APP Sirius XM Channel Lady John Lund and Aaron Goldhammer on ESPN Radio in ESPN APP. Listen. AKI Shaun T Women's Open at home. Just take your smart speaker to play ESPN radio now. Plain ESPN radio. Josh Allen has been.
"lund" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kent moment. For a number of lives around the country, potentially Might happen might not But right now might be the most memorable moment in your life. Does anybody know why Yeah. Mega millions. Right now. Yes. One. Billions dollars. What? So I have to admit I've made fun of this person. All weak, and that person is May It's more of a pop culture thing for me than it is a money thing. Because we all know we're not gonna win. But I was with Lund earlier this week, laughing at the people who freak out when the mega million's goes north of 700 million Gotta go get a ticket. As if 300 million Not worth your time. It is, you know, that's nice and everything but I mean, if I'm gonna walk from the gas pump all the way over there to the register. I mean, gonna need more than $300 million. Gonna need 7 50. So that's funny to me. If you're gonna play play all the time. But then again, don't play all the time because you're probably not gonna win like very, very, very probably. But today Driving around town is going to pick up my kid from school. I was 10 minutes early. I drove by gas station. I'm like, Yeah. Why not? Why not? You know the sign in front of the gas station that shows what the jackpot is out for all the different lotteries. They don't have a B. On the little light fixture. So the mega millions just said 999 did accurate. Actually shorting it. It's one b $100.
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"And I, you know, we obviously heard, you know the part you loved it Jump in with When Tom says I gotta root review of the play, Greg and I say, Why would you play that yesterday? So, but I actually listened to the entire Game. They played it from start to finish from pre game all the way through the end. It was me and time our entire broadcast. I had never heard that broadcast before, so I thought that was kind of a cleansing. An exorcist. Um, that was just reading it from my body and you vowed, speaking of putting your hand on a 127 year old Bible. You vowed at the top of our relationship. We had one time You wanted to bring that game up, and I said, I'll do it. One time that you did. I do. Remember that one day and then you seem to bring it up. Not only every January the 19th it's time ready playing this weekend. I didn't notice. I think you'll probably bring it up again. So you constantly bring that game. Up the We refer to it as the chuck you game. Yes, Yes. Yes. I was well aware that yesterday was January. 19. Yes, well aware well, and I did throw myself under the bus because when we did, said show I said something to the effect of Hey, it's time to get over it. And it was like it was the change in your anniversary event. Yeah, and it was like Ron Burgundy saying, you know, f you to San Diego. It was just like people were not happy. They were not happy. So what? You learned my lesson this, John, you broke your I did I want okay. Bring it up constantly. All right, All right. I'm over it now, 10 years later. What? I Well we'll stop bringing it up. Stop. Yeah. I was well aware, okay. Yesterday was generated 19. We'll give you the guest list. We'll look back and some great things. Great Inauguration day will do. All of it coming up. Next pop in London reunited again. Oh, it feels so good. Only here on these. Yeah. Listening. Tell Papa and Lund on both sides of the dialogue. KNBR, 1045 FM and 6 80 Am Thies Sports were traffic is sponsored by.
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"For pop online. They start right now. I'm care. BRN can be rfm severed. Just go. The sports leader. Yourself preparing yourselves. I love the one. You're probably been great, John. It's 10. O'clock. Let's finish. This is Papa and luck. That's fact we're getting going to go. Bye from the KNP, Our studios sponsored by Reno's Grand Sierra Resort and Casino on KNBR 1045 and 6 86, v Sports leader leader. The media say it's 10 o'clock. Let's hit it really hitting instead of one and we can't get what will get connected to him. Welcome. Good morning, dear. Welcome, Torto morning missile part of our show one of the afternoon delight. We got a lot of great guests coming your way. Great Papa to be joined in moments when she gets fired up by John Lund and A lot of news, obviously involving football right now, it sounds like Urban Meyer the three time and she Wi champion in Florida, and the Ohio State University is gonna be the new head.
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"Hey, Thanks, man. We appreciate will talk too soon, Guys. Thanks. Thank you counter Ugo Commonly turn. Oh, by the way, the quote from Wo cheer is among topics. Uh, the GM call centering on tightening protocols, re examining shoot arounds and practice lengths pre and postgame socializing on the court. Further restrictions on restaurant dining in tighter rules on mask wearing it Sounds like both the other sounds like baseball and football, too. They didn't same thing. So just what happened in particular baseball football? Really? You know, I think When they go on a road in the foot and football. They don't really leave much. They got so many meetings. It's just different but baseball and all those things that whatever the Marlins were doing whatever the Cardinals were doing, Have it spread. You know, I think the key thing, as does it spread by playing the game. Which I think we're even now unclear of what the NFL got through and they had so many outbreaks, But you've got Mean by the NFL is you have such a big roster players and you got to, You know the additional practice. Why that you established? I don't think the MBA has got enough there with the two way players. They should be more of a Have a backup group. Otherwise, you know what happened with the Philadelphia 76 years? How many guys they have available like age to play the game the other night? I mean, it's just, you know, One guy gets it like Seth Curry Steps, Little brother and And winds up spreading, but It is what it is. I don't see them causing this season unless it could result in at some big Thursday night games getting, you know just, you know. Not be able to play or teams just getting rolled. I mean, once you get into the you know, the TNT and the big marquee again, they want to get this, you know, curtailed by the time the ABC game start to roll out on the Saturday night showcase game, which were in January now so those air coming up in a couple of weeks time Yeah, we'll get more of the words and their six and four start the weekend as well. And then Dante witness going to join us in about 45 minutes to review the super wild card weekend and look ahead to the divisional, which is always great as well. Do it nationally here on the SportsCenter. Listening Top Papa and Lund on both sides of the dialogue. KNBR 1045 FM and 6 80 a. M. Thies sports were. This traffic.
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"They will be closing those locations by the middle of 2021. The closures are part of Macy's previously announced plan to close 125 locations by 2023 telling CNBC that they will be concentrating existing stores and desirable and well traffic malls. Liquidations have already begun at some locations, although Macy's has not yet said which stores will be shutting down. Meanwhile, stocks have had a good day, rebounding from yesterday sell up. As investors are optimistic for global economic recovery. The Dow is up 215 points. The NASDAQ is ahead 105, the S and P. His plus 30. This has been the Protect your assets with David Hollander. Business and Technology report. Do you want to pay less taxes in 2021 Learn more? Listen to David Show every Saturday morning on Kay and beyond, or call 1866 protect. You've come to Papa and John Lund, Papa and Lund buy from a KNBR Grant Sierra Resort and Casino Studios on beef sports leader Yes. Thanks. Generous pop in London The Tuesday yesterday we spent a lot of time obviously talking about the another 40 Niner season You heard from Jimmy Garoppolo here? You heard from John and Kyle. So what.