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Fresh "Mazda" from Steve Scaffidi

Steve Scaffidi

00:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Mazda" from Steve Scaffidi

"Line at 41423 81 100. We discover the road at Hall, Mazda during Mazda's season of Discovery, the WTMJ five day forecast for the day today looking good, Sonny. Beautiful Today High of 76 degrees tonight Clear Sky and cool alot of 57 Wednesday Sunny and beautiful again tomorrow high of 75 Thursday Partly cloudy, very warm going to be human again Thursday with a high of 87 a chance for storms Thursday night. Friday, Chance for storms Early on, otherwise sunny and very warm. A high of 88 Saturday sunny high of 77 right now in Milwaukee at 70 degrees, I'm Eric Bill said, citing unlimited wtmj news. Time is 9 33 a new roof costs of fortune all that noise for days. How long does it take? None of that is necessary. A revolutionary new treatment called Roof. Max restores the flexibility of shingles and adds another five years to your existing roof roof. Max typically cost 20% of the total price of a roof. Placement and 15 more years of life by getting the roof Max treatment every five years, and you still won't come close to the cost of a new roof. Get your free roof assessment today at Save my roof com that saved my roof. Com drinkers can spot great deals from a mile away and hear.

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Fresh "Mazda" from Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:30 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh "Mazda" from Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

"A great job, each sort of pro painters, businesses independently owned and operated schedule Your free estimate at certain pro dot com that Sergio with a sea traffic is sponsored by Hall. Mazda Milwaukee Visit Hall, Mazda Milwaukee dot com. Help your fellow commuters, accidents and slowdowns to the hall. Most traffic tip line at 414203 81 100 Visit Hall Monster during most, a season of discovery. Traffic weather at 5 40. Let's start with Debbie Lozada. Debbie. Hey, there, westbound on 94 between downtown and the zoo interchange were looking much better back to about 17 minutes for the whole stretch from downtown Highway 16 eastbound side between the zoo in downtown so a little bit tight. That's about nine minutes next year to sew up on 41 is getting back to normal 16 minutes from Highway huge zoo, though the north downside. States have a 20 minutes from the zoo to highway Q going down from three lanes to two at Swan Boulevard for a long term closure south on 43 Brown Bear Road to the Marquette. That's about 13 minutes in the downtown, the Layton Avenue. We're looking at another nine there, so a two minute delay. Of your fellow commuters, report accidents and slow down to the hallmarks of traffic Tip line at 414 12 3 81 100 Visit Paul Maza during Mazda's season of discovery, traffic and weather together on the tens of W Alaska wtmj paella wi context of your track. WTMJ five day forecast tonight. Clear Skies A low of 60 degrees tomorrow. Mostly sunny a high of 76 on Wednesday Sunny a high of 76 Thursday Sunday.

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The Future of Digital in Automotive

Talking Automotive

02:02 min | Last month

The Future of Digital in Automotive

"Semiotics. It's great to have you on the show this morning. Yanic you've been in in the digital space for a long time. Four years with to mazda spent nine years with tdk and a further three years with madeira. Us live sleep and dream the whole digital spice your entrepreneur. You'd beat in this digital special. Long time greg me afa pronounce some of the names incorrectly. But you being a co founder of two intelligent building hardware and software company and you for nearly eight years. You've been a partner with full gear. We've enable twelve years and he's currently with him at at the moment so it's a called an identity software. you've also the founder madeira. Which you've been running for nearly nineteen years a customer experience digital me for the automotive industry so long time in the market i think the digital background one hundred percent and size really great to have you onboard and that we really looking forward to talking to you this morning and quits for hunting us. Yeah thank you. John and good morning from sunny. Estonia nah gentleman. I'm going to ask some questions listeners. Just to get them familiar with the background of estonia. Why are we interviewing some automotive digital guys from estonia if you could help us that place just with some background on. Where is estonia at. And why is this tiny at the forefront of digital and also any government support in helping businesses in the digital space in the first question We are located. We north most states. We are fifty miles from From finland across the sea and we ordering with the russian federation

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Myanmar Coup: Aung San Suu Kyi Faces Fresh Charges

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Myanmar Coup: Aung San Suu Kyi Faces Fresh Charges

"Mazda. Pos leader aung sang suu. Chief faces fresh against her which could lead to have being imprisoned for up to fourteen years. Lawyers say this week. She was accused of breaking a secrets. Law dating back to the colonial era the charges for warning from u n special envoy that unless action is taken to calm the violent crackdown on protesters by the military hunter. A bloodbath is imminent gwen. Robinson is molecules. Bangkok correspondent t follows events in myanmar. Very classy grand. Good morning good afternoon. Good afternoon good to have you with. Just could you just recap the charges that aung san suu cheese now facing well. It's a variety The the initial ones were very You know baffling trivial including you know illegal possession of walkie-talkies and And then they were adding Other charges which seemed to be including very weirdly worded In spreading fear and alone under this As you mentioned the colonial-era law so it's not a hundred percent. Clear that the detail of held it charging or characterizing fear and alarm and how to see how she can spread fear big locked up in ninety dole with very little no exist to the world but these are the judges that the second set of challenges that we're announced on monday Actually carry a prison terms of up to fourteen whereas the previous ones were only three but actually rather academic because it's very clear that they the to is determined to you know throw everything they can to and Locker

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Mazda tops Consumer Reports list for first time ever

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Mazda tops Consumer Reports list for first time ever

"An hour. Consumer reports 2021 list of most dependable autos. What's Mazda at the top of the list For the first time, Consumer reports bases its list on owner surveys and its own testing. BMW was number two. Subaru number three. Alfa Romeo was at the bottom of the

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Mazda Forced To Cut Production By 34000 Units

Mornings on Maine Street

00:10 sec | 4 months ago

Mazda Forced To Cut Production By 34000 Units

"Other automakers and says it's considering cutting its global output by more than 34,000 vehicles in February and March. General Motors is planning to cut production at several

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GM Has a New Logo

Motor1.com Podcast

06:16 min | 4 months ago

GM Has a New Logo

"Me set this up for everybody. General motors has a new logo. And it's similar to the old logo. It's still a square box. It has the letters g and m on it. it has 'em on it For those on youtube. Mr bruce's just throwing it up here on our screen we can see. It's it's it's it's it's a rebrand right so the debate going on in the motor one dot com universe is whether this is a good thing a bad thing ridiculous thing a terrible move a smart move. Let me give you a little bit. More background I don't really mind this. Rebrand that much but i also come from a marketing background. I had a marketing career. Long before i went time into journalism. So i i think maybe i get a slightly different viewpoint of the rebranding process and why companies tend to do it But john why don't you lead off because that's the reason you're here john is. John is the one that opposes my viewpoint and wait one second here. I get to play referee here. I get the. I'm calling the balls and strikes if someone starts taking too long. I get veto power. Because my thing is i have a completely different opinion. That both of you. That i will express at the end but comes up in. This discussion of re brands is that we've been seeing a lot of them a lot of the just in the past year i am going to share an image with you guys Is right now of three of them. What we say so. Volkswagen simplifies their emblem. Bmw's simplifies their Nissan simplifies their envelope. All of this has happened in the past year and there are other examples that i can pull up. There's maserati there is a mazda. Oh so this has kind of been bubbling up and then this. Gm one came up and chris in john in our motor one chat kind of started going at things and so i wanna give them the opportunity both to air their feelings about this badge and then when they're done i will come in at the end and give my opinion which is barely different from both pairs. So i'm gonna pop up an image of the gm badge. Actually i the they are going to tell you how they feel about the emmett. Mr neff i yield the floor to the distinguished gentleman. Here the image you popped up the gm the new gm logo Bruce was black and white. It's forgiving that is i would say the best version of the logo. Oh their degree. There's the gradient one which i think adds a level of ridiculousness to the logo so For those not viewing on youtube it is this new. Gm logo with a gradient. That goes from aquamarine blue into like the traditional jam. Blew into another blue All right so my views on this level. When i see it my first impression is that it is juvenile. That's the word. I used that chris and i were arguing over in our chat. I say juvenile. Because i think it looks like Like gm created an iphone app and this was the icon for it Or you know this is something a this looks like the The icon for new adobe software next to your photo shop and your illustrator It's trying to look Hi tack and and Not bleeding edge but more like you know. I'm part of the software revolution Which is true. That's happening in cars. Software and computing power is growing exponentially more important Let me take a note of that really quick. You said it's true. Sure sure that is granted and of course another reason that that the juvenile comes to mind as they went from two capital letters Which is proper grammar for It's an acronym general motors. You know and they went to to lower case letters so that has a juvenile edge to it to me This gradient is ridiculous and a first year. Art student would probably create that in photoshop And some people say like it's supposed to evoke a plug. And i guess i guess that's supposed to be negative space of the m and the underline of the m. Maybe i don't know. I i don't really see i don't get that as a strong message. from the logo. Now when i say it's bad. Like when i say it's bad like i don't think it's the worst thing in the world My perspective is that. If if i were if i were running the company. Or if i were an executive in the boardroom that day i would raise my hand and said we need to rethink this. This is not what we wanna do. that said i don't think logo bruins gm. I don't think. I don't th- i actually don't think logos and names of companies have that much power especially if your product is good. Your product is good. It can overcome a logo or or a bad name. And i say that having worked at a couple of websites that had ridiculous bad names and we're still successful because they were just good websites and people look past the name and just you know they thought of the brand of the site as as what the product is and the name took came on Took on a new meaning. And i think this logo could be the same way you know if gm succeeds in its easy. Revolution will probably look at the logo. with you know in a completely different way than we do today when gm's future plans are all promises and vaporware right now

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More Takata Airbags Recalled by Ford

Quick News Daily Podcast

01:20 min | 5 months ago

More Takata Airbags Recalled by Ford

"From the us and canada that have those takata airbags in them. If you're like me and thought this again you're not crazy as it turns out that saga takata has been going on since two thousand fourteen. I wasn't surprised to read in the story that they've gone bankrupt since then. So far. These airbags have caused eighteen deaths and over four hundred injuries to drivers or passengers. I put the complete list of car models covered in this recall in the episode description. But they include some models from lincoln and mazda this. Cnn article says that the owners will be notified if you're eligible or there is a website where you can check by putting in your vin number. That link is also in the episode description. If you are eligible to cost will be covered by ford meaning. It's free for you. The good news is set. The good news is that this isn't the exact same type of airbag that caused all those deaths and injuries. Apparently these driver's side air bags have a moisture absorbing material that somehow makes it safer. But honestly i'd still get switched out as soon as possible. The thought of my airbags turning into essentially a pipe bomb speaking of things. That seem like they're going on for quite some time. Last week i started

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US rejects Ford, Mazda requests to avoid Takata recalls

KOGO's Evening News

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

US rejects Ford, Mazda requests to avoid Takata recalls

"Has rejected a request from two automakers to avoid a major recall. Ford and Mazda have been unsuccessful in their attempts to block a recall of about three million vehicles over potentially dangerous Takata airbags, which are blamed for more than two dozen deaths around the world and hundreds of injuries. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, rejecting the request, saying the ammonium nitrate propellants used to inflate the devices is showing signs of decay, posing a safety risk. Once that chemical deteriorates. It can burn too fast while inflating an airbag, blowing apart into containment cylinder and sending shrapnel towards drivers and passengers. That's rich

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US rejects Ford, Mazda requests to avoid Takata recalls

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

US rejects Ford, Mazda requests to avoid Takata recalls

"The government's highway safety agencies ordering Ford and Mazda to recall millions more vehicles because of potentially hazardous to conduct your backs the auto makers have been resisting a recall instead telling the national highway traffic safety administration that three million vehicles between model years two thousand six and twenty twelve are safe because of an added chemical to absorb moisture in the air bag inflators presumably making them less likely to explode but NHTSA disagrees giving them thirty days to schedule a recall on Ford Rangers fusions Lincoln zappers M. K. axes and Mazda B. series pickup trucks Takata airbags have caused at least twenty seven deaths worldwide in some four hundred injuries I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Most Reliable Used Cars

Clark Howard Show

04:03 min | 6 months ago

The Most Reliable Used Cars

"So i've had an obsession forever about why buying a used vehicle is so much better for your wallet than buying new. There are a lot of people who love new vehicle smell. They want that new vehicle and if it works for you financially. That's fine but for most people buying used is gonna be a much better choice but there are people like a vehicle that feels new. And that's why to me. The compromise has been historically a three model year old vehicle. So right now it'd would be twenty eighteen because the twenty one or what out on dealer lots now so when you buy a vehicle. That's three years old. As a general back of the envelope rule it will have lost roughly a third of its value some models substantially more than that others a little less but generally about a third of the value has been wiped out in those first three years even though the life of the vehicle is so today with vehicles running quarter million miles Not at all unusual. That's like normal now where it used to be hundred thousand miles pretty much. The expected reliable life span of a vehicle but vehicles vary a lot and quality and consumer reports has put out a recommended list of bike category. The most reliable vehicles you can buy depending on size. And i want to start with the most popular part of the vehicle market and these are the most reliable three-year-old suv's based on consumer reports deep dive research and again. These are all twenty eight teens. The honda cr v. honda hr v. The hyundai kona alexis annex the mazda. Five and the toyota highlander. So if you're interested in an suv. Those particular ones are the most reliable. Now when we talk about Cars mid size and large cars the most reliable eighteens the mazda six toyota avalon toyota. Camry accurate t. Lx and infiniti q fifty so people don't buy a lot of cars anymore they specially don't buy small cars. But i'll tell you the ones that are the most reliable small cars the chevy bolt. The honda fit the mazda three the toyota corolla and the toyota prius and the toyota prius c in addition the toyota prius prime. Could there be enough. Prius is on there and the volkswagen beetle so The only american owned company that made the list was chevy bolt but most of these other vehicles are actually manufactured in north america. Even if they're owned by quote unquote foreign automakers that a vehicle. That's very reliable. Starting you're looking at a vehicle that's very reliable is key but not enough. You want to do to other things you want to check the van to see if the vehicle has been in any major accident and it's time of ownership that the van research would show and then the other thing is a condition to purchase. You want to have that vehicle. Checked out by a mechanic of your choosing. I have a more thorough guide to how to pick a used vehicle and what steps you should go through on a used vehicle buying guide at clark dot com.

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What are the most reliable used cars?

Clark Howard Show

03:53 min | 6 months ago

What are the most reliable used cars?

"So i've had an obsession forever about why buying a used vehicle is so much better for your wallet than buying new. There are a lot of people who love new vehicle smell. They want that new vehicle and if it works for you financially. That's fine but for most people buying used is gonna be a much better choice but there are people like a vehicle that feels new. And that's why to me. The compromise has been historically a three model year old vehicle. So right now it'd would be twenty eighteen because the twenty one or what out on dealer lots now so when you buy a vehicle. That's three years old. As a general back of the envelope rule it will have lost roughly a third of its value some models substantially more than that others a little less but generally about a third of the value has been wiped out in those first three years even though the life of the vehicle is so today with vehicles running quarter million miles Not at all unusual. That's like normal now where it used to be hundred thousand miles pretty much. The expected reliable life span of a vehicle but vehicles vary a lot and quality and consumer reports has put out a recommended list of bike category. The most reliable vehicles you can buy depending on size. And i want to start with the most popular part of the vehicle market and these are the most reliable three-year-old suv's based on consumer reports deep dive research and again. These are all twenty eight teens. The honda cr v. honda hr v. The hyundai kona alexis annex the mazda. Five and the toyota highlander. So if you're interested in an suv. Those particular ones are the most reliable. Now when we talk about Cars mid size and large cars the most reliable eighteens the mazda six toyota avalon toyota. Camry accurate t. Lx and infiniti q fifty so people don't buy a lot of cars anymore they specially don't buy small cars. But i'll tell you the ones that are the most reliable small cars the chevy bolt. The honda fit the mazda three the toyota corolla and the toyota prius and the toyota prius c in addition the toyota prius prime. Could there be enough. Prius is on there and the volkswagen beetle so The only american owned company that made the list was chevy bolt but most of these other vehicles are actually manufactured in north america. Even if they're owned by quote unquote foreign automakers that a vehicle. That's very reliable. Starting you're looking at a vehicle that's very reliable is key but not enough. You want to do to other things you want to check the van to see if the vehicle has been in any major accident and it's time of ownership that the van research would show and then the other thing is a condition to purchase. You want to have that vehicle. Checked out by a mechanic of your choosing. I

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17 GOP attorneys general join Texas election lawsuit

KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer

03:00 min | 6 months ago

17 GOP attorneys general join Texas election lawsuit

"Georgia wisconsin pennsylvania and michigan bob. Good morning good to have you back. Good morning gary. I appreciate you sending along the The pleading in particular is in is very well written. But i'm wondering they It it goes into detail about Statistically the some of these things have never happened before but isn't that kind of argument. Easy for the court to swat away. Don't you have to stick to the to the constitutional principles. Well the Brief that i sent you. A brief has actually filed on behalf of donald trump as an individual citizen and It was So that isn't the brief that we joined The state in a brass cajones brief that was filed by the state of missouri. There a total of seventeen states who have Joined together In support of the brief filed by the state of missouri so it's missouri and sixteen other states including nebraska have filed a brief in support of this case filed by the state of texas against as you mentioned pennsylvania georgia michigan and wisconsin constitutionally based Claim that is You know what i sent to you is is something that the president i. The president's lawyer it presents lawyer by the way is a brilliant jurist jurist brilliant lawyer who Clerked for a very fine. Court of appeals judge. And then and then clerked for justice. Clarence thomas this guy is not chump. Change the fate eastman eastman. Who was born in lincoln by the way point favorite there. Let me ask you a number one. Disabuse the trump haters of the notion that this is only a frivolous partisan exercise. I don't think doug peterson. For example. Who i know and a lot of nebraska do and other state's attorneys-general. They don't just do this for fun. No they do not We have a serious problem in our country with confidence in the The legitimacy and the integrity of our election process rasmussen poll December third the sixth rasmussen's a pretty well known well respected pollster. When what he found is that forty seven percent of frequent voters in this country. Believe that the believe that the election was either likely are very very likely stolen. Now that's a serious problem for our country we cannot have. We can't go forward with our representative democracy of people that confidence in the in the integrity of our elections. And i think that's why those of us. I today inexperienced. What else difference. Find your next mazda place mazda dot com today or you can visit our communication at a hundred and forty four th and giles to shop our showroom and take a test drive making your car buying

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Tesla Model S no longer recommended by Consumer Reports

Clark Howard Show

04:32 min | 6 months ago

Tesla Model S no longer recommended by Consumer Reports

"The second largest purchase for most of us in our lives or vehicles vehicle we drive and you don't want to do is spend a lot of money on a new or used vehicle and be on a first name basis with the mechanic you want that vehicle to work with the most respected survey of reliability each year is the one done by consumer reports and consumer reports takes thorough data from. I think it's more than a million car owners to develop a list of the most reliable brands to the lease reliable of all brands. And the thing is you don't wanna be stopped by the side of the road. You don't wanna have to pay to get your vehicle back on the road. You don't wanna be without it. And this year survey for the most reliable of all vehicle brands has a new number. One and the crazy thing is their rating is so high. Nobody's close and mazda. Mazda's forgotten about japanese brand. You know there might smaller automaker but according to consumer reports crunching of data they are the most reliable and who did they displace year after year. The most reliable brand year in and year out has been lexus. But lexus spell. All the way to third. And i'm telling you it's not close. Mazda eighty-three lexus. A seventy one lexus. Even guy beaten for second spot by toyota. Which is the parent brand of lexus. And there are reasons. Certain brands particularly very expensive. Ones don't perform well in consumer reports reliability ratings and its brands that are doing a lot of model changeovers. A lot of improvements models new features new that when vehicles are redone their reliability usually is pretty crummy and it takes a while to work the bugs out and i think that's why lexus fell to third nearly tied with them. Buick and fourth place honda. V hyundai sixth ram seventh. Subaru eighth portion ninth and died tenth. Now who's selling the most unreliable vehicles far far far away with the score. I don't think i've ever seen this alot. Lincoln got an eight. I mean that's as low of an issue could be and they dropped eleven places from the year before tesla came in second to last or second is the least reliable of all brands with a twenty nine. The funny thing about that. Tesla has the most loyal owners of any vehicle brand sold in the united states but the reliability thing. They got a lot of work to do also at the bottom. Volkswagen third most unreliable many fourth most unreliable and ford v most unreliable so liability is an absolute key decider. And what you buy for other people. It's style or an emotional connection to a vehicle. Prefer a lot of owners or would be owners of vehicle. Being reliable is really really important and look at mazda. They're sitting in the cat bird's seat by far number one.

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What's Negative About Positivity?

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:52 min | 6 months ago

What's Negative About Positivity?

"No i i think that actually compensation is a. I mean we can. We can go right into that. Accent comes from south africa. Which is where. Susan grew up now. She lives outside of boston because she works at harvard. Medical school susan has been saying for her entire career that we need to quit pretending that everything is fine when it isn't that we need to stop suppressing the truth to maintain the illusion of happiness or to simply preserve the comfort of other people in other words toxic. Positivity can go to hack but really if we think about toxic positively in. Its most salient form. What is it. It's an avoidance coping strategy. It's avoidance win. You are either telling other people just to be positive. You are basically saying to him. My comfort is more important than your reality and we are also saying them. There is no space for your humanness. But here at this podcast. There is space for your humanness and we'll start with susan's humanness. Because she's not just an expert in a living in alone expert island. She's a person and she experienced the effects of toxic positively in a very extreme way when she was just fifteen. My father who was dying of cancer was somehow in a very vulnerable position and he was somehow persuaded by many people around him. That having life insurance and this is gonna sound extreme was a sign that he wasn't positive and that he didn't have enough faith. The fact was that susan's father had terminal cancer. The end was evident but death. Grief sadness all the natural feelings that surround in death those were categorized by some of the people around him as bad feelings. I remember coming into my father's room one day and he was sobbing and he was loving because people from his church head basically given him a speaking down for not having enough faith and that he was bringing the sing on himself and of course he vulnerable and he should've known your oldest things but when you are different you are desperate so with the diagnosis of terminal cancer with three young kids and a wife. Susan's father did the only thing in his morphine induced foggy nece and desperation that he could do to prove that he had enough faith that god would take care of him. He cancelled his life insurance when he died susan her siblings and their mother were left with nothing and with a whole lot of grief and our coal in the days off to he died going to school and really putting on the face. This brave face of you know. I'm a k. And became the mazda of being k. People plays musical being strong. They loaded me for not dropping my grades but you know in truth at harm. We were struggling. My mother had lost truly love of her life. My father hadn't been able to keep his business going and so we were really in financial dire straits and i started as a young child to really numb this pain again. Through the denial. And one day i recall the absolutely remarkable english teacher who handed out these blank notebooks to the class and she had this invitation and it was an invitation to the class but it felt like it was directed at me. She said right. Tell the truth rock like no one is reading. A lot of things happened. A susan began to right like nobody was reading. The performance of fine didn't exist on the page. She could move beyond what she thought was expected of her as a grieving daughter as a good student and get into the truth we have so many narratives in society about what grief should be people. Say things like you know. It's all for the best and is on of these ways that we try to almost conspire against the reality of people's authentic experience and so for me right like no one is reading and right. What phil was really an invitation to move into the space of regret. I regretted the times that i hadn't spent with my heart. I was experiencing a huge amounts of psychological pain. But i was also starting to remember the times that i was connected with ungrateful for and i think that's really what shaped my work. This recognition that on the one hand. We have the rigid denial around so many of our human emotions and on the other that when we go to these emotions that we can actually grow in such incredible ways from them. What

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Consumer Reports is no longer recommending Tesla's Model S and is panning the reliability of the new Model Y

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Consumer Reports is no longer recommending Tesla's Model S and is panning the reliability of the new Model Y

"Reports just put Tesla in second, the last place in the most reliable new cars category. Well, you heard me speak about Elon Musk swell today. Of course, he's the CEO of Tesla. Consumer reports just put Tesla in 25th place out of 26 total brands in this year's edition of its annual auto Reliability brand rankings. Mazda, Toyota Lexus Frank in the top three for the most reliable new cars, But consumer reporters notice analysis. That brands ranking in the bottom third made significant improvements in 2020 rankings are based on the average predicted reliability score for vehicles in the brand's model lineup. The Tesla's model Wise reliability score is partially to blame for the electric automakers. 29 Point average, the car received only five points on consumer reports. 100 Point scale, with the average score for most brands being between

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Mazda No. 1 in Consumer Reports 2020 auto reliability survey

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Mazda No. 1 in Consumer Reports 2020 auto reliability survey

"New auto reliability ratings just out from consumer reports. Mazda's now the most reliable brand, consumer reports, chief auto tester, Jake Fisher says that marks a change the reason it's big deals. Since we have been doing this. It's always been a Toyota brand. But Mazda stays away from new technology, which tends to be buggy. Lincoln with a lot of new technology is in last place with Tech powerhouse Tesla only a little bit

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The Yosemite Sightseer Murders

Casefile True Crime

04:45 min | 7 months ago

The Yosemite Sightseer Murders

"In the nineteen ninety s the say to lodge. No portal was owned and operated by a man named gerald fisher like hey did on highway one forty. The lodge was a popular rest for visitors to yosemite national park. It's grand stretched across twenty seven eight at the base of a tree covid hill hillside. With the miss said a river flowing nearby hole up there were two hundred and eleven ruins in the hotel which were divided between several buildings. The lodge had all the amenities one would expect including a restaurant and a swimming pool in the summer of nineteen ninety seven and gerald hired a young man to carry out general maintenance. Judy's and upkeep at the state lodge like other employees then you come live don side in a studio apartment above the restaurant friendly dependable and seemingly normal. He established a good rapport with his boss and co workers. He was an unremarkable average. Joe top of god who nicely kept to himself yet. He did have one noteworthy feature he surname in february nineteen ninety nine. Carole sund her teenage daughter. Julie and sylvain apollo an exchange student. Staying with the pat were murdered in proximity of yosemite. The trio had been visiting the region for a brief holiday that disappeared from the say to lodge. After two nights daiei. The hotel's employees were questioned and although several raised suspicions. The facilities maintenance man did not want his reputation as an unassuming boy next door coupled with an unblemished police record kept him off. Investigators raid is hey remained calm and collected when answering questions and was ruled out off the providing alibi. Carol lend sylvania's buddies were discovered in the charred remains of their rental car. Hours drive north west. The kill then taunted police by sending them a map. That led to julie son's buddy thirty miles from where her mother was found. The triple massad came to be known as the yosemite sought say muddies. Investigators returned the saito lodge on the lookout for the source of doc. Pink fathers found on julie's body the hotels maintenance man or detectives across the grounds using he said of mazda case to let them into way to room he happily chatted about his life and family specifically his younger brother stephen. It was a peculiar and intriguing topic. But the interaction didn't raise any red flags demands. Willingness to hope was appreciated and the detectives left the sun peluso case inevitably hit a roadblock. The trio's kill remained a mystery though. Investigators were certain that a group of local men all of whom had a history of violence were responsible but the tawny di was spot lauded as suspects. The men were in police custody for a litany of reasons. None of which related to carol julie or so vinas murdered his five months later. Joey armstrong was killed in fereshta. The crime scene was about a thirty minute. Drive from the cedar lodge along route. That branched off to wet carol julie and silvana with downed. The fbi were quick to establish there was no connection between the crimes they told the public. There was no reason to believe there was a continuing threat in the area or that a killer or killers planned to wacked again. The evening before. Joey armstrong's remains were found in the forest behind her son. A us park service. Firefighter was visiting the area. As hey dr along forest road. He noticed familiar car parked on the edge of the woods.

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Life in Front of the Lens

This Week in Photo

05:35 min | 8 months ago

Life in Front of the Lens

"Hey. Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host, Fredericton Johnson. Today. On this interview I'm talking with Mal, reilly jade about well first of all, she's written a book called in front of the lands in it. Sort of goes into the the world of a model in front of the Lens and some important tips and tricks on how we as photographers behind the lens can have a more successful relationship that results in great photos. So she's put that together. So I thought it would. Be Great to have a discussion about that and talk about it. You know what are the pluses? What are the minuses where the landmines for photographers that are looking to get into this genre photography? You know shooting models and it's it's it could be a minefield especially in these days with the metoo movement and all that a lot of photographers a move into this genre, but don't for fear of doing or saying the wrong thing. So Riley is here to help us hopefully not step on any landmine. They. Well, welcome to the show how are you doing and get. Thank you. Thanks for having me on here. Yeah. Yeah I'm excited to dive into this topic. This is like I said a little intro there. This is obviously an important topic and photographers deb you look at all these gorgeous images of beautiful women in magazines and online etcetera and they dream of one day shooting like that. You know. But the hurdle to get to that as a where do you find people? You know there's a lot of amateur models but not a whole lot of professional models that that that know how to pose I wanNA talk about that, and then also some of the. Pitfalls that photographers should avoid win trying to shoot this kind of genre. So let's let's start with just a little bit of history on you. So Riley Jade, who are you in where are you from and what brought you to this world of modeling? Yes I must trillion. And side muddling about eight years ago Mazda Uni and I just did as a hubby about full years and then I started to get into more paid work and yeah when Kobe not happening I'm traveling around and around the world. Shooting which I absolutely love. So Yan and obviously during lockdown I was stuck in one place so I decided to put. Together. And how's it going? How's it going so far? Yeah. It's honestly going so much better than I expected. I hit one hundred styles not long ago and I had so much amazing feedback which is what's really important. So yeah, really scared we'll let let's to help get the word out about it because I think it's like I said I think it's a really important topic for photographers to sort of understand how to move into that genre. So let let's talk about that a little bit. So you've been photographed many many many times you've worked with many many many photographers of all skill levels I'm sure. Out of all the people you've work with what are some of the some of the traits of the more successful photographers out there you know is it is it become Organi, their assertive or their collaborative would you feel the trade of the successful photographer? Say like the key to any successful she is communication and respect you know if you've got those two nil been, you're gonNA have a great shoot. Definitely. You said being a collaborative if it. You know no matter. Even if they took the race specific idea still including the models ideas hiring mannequin you hiring a person with ideas and experiences the IT'd be a waste not to you that. So definitely, like communication respect and having that sort of teen collaborative approach to shoot is key. Yeah and then that what does that collaboration look like? There's like you know when when the photographer first contacts you and says, Hey, you know that. Is it. That, they know what they want and they allow you to input your thoughts into what the the final shot is going to be or. Does it manifest differently. Ya. Think it depends on the type of you know if it's T.F. p. then it's obviously the models ideas really needs to be included. But you know if a photographer contact me for a page with a specific idea that collision comes in the fact that they still they get my agree I agree to those ideas really communicate them well. Is that okay with you excetera. So that's just not a big. Information Dump on me, it's back and forth communication like agree with that. And then we get to the shoot. Odd Do you have any ideas to add to this exemption it just really makes for a more enjoyable experience everyone and great sheets. Great shots. So yeah. Yeah. It should be fun. Right at the end of the day is should be doing a shoot should be you're having a good time you know it's work obviously, but it shouldn't be stressful or shouldn't be attitudes on set in that kind of thing if you had that kind of thing happened where you in the photographer. Just didn't gel in the final shots reflected. I get along with very much. But I think. The issue is when people micromanage. That sort of when it. makes it a bit hard. You know they don't give me a chance to even post it all this a movie hand up here and there, and so I think it's important just to you know you're hiring someone with experience and you know who knows what they're doing. So give them a chance to show you that anticipate of show the you this skills setting micromanaging is when it does kill shoot a bit.

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How to Best Use Podcasts for Influence and Profit

Book Marketing Mentors

06:02 min | 8 months ago

How to Best Use Podcasts for Influence and Profit

"Welcome to book marketing mentors the Wiki podcast where you'll end proven strategies, tools, ideas, and tips from the Masters Every Week Countries Utah Marketing Mazda, who will share their expertise to help you market and Selma books. Today my special guest is known as the podcasting Queen. Anne Marie Cross loves learning, starting and launching you creative products and being involved in multiple things at any one time. She's CEO and founder of the ambitious entrepreneur podcast network and industry. Thought Leader Academy communicate. Now A- put 'cause production and consulting agency works with businesses to create and produce their podcast series and podcast platform. So they can become known as an influential voice in their industry. She is the author of industry thought leader how to go from. Invisible too influential and profitable with Pud cost all the way from Melbourne Australia and Marie an absolute pleasure. It is to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor. Thank you season at such an honor to be here with you today I love talking to other part Kosters. We can really get into some nitty gritty hair and especially the fact that your over ten thousand miles away. That's even more incredible. Technology that we have effing Egypt's Today's just amazing. I know I, mean you sound the same as I'm speaking to somebody who is in the next state over so Any Ben anne-marie let's get down to business here. I am outsor- fascinated to know that us. podcasting twelve years ago when podcasting was just getting started it was in its infancy what attracted you to doing podcasting. That takes me back right back to two thousand and eight, and that was when the global financial crisis hit worldwide. I was working in the career industry back then as a career coach personal branding strategist and we had clients all over the world and a colleague, and I was so disillusioned at the doom and gloom that many of the mainstream media platforms. So at that stage which talking print which. Walking Radio and television were talking about the June gloom and it was impacting people's psyche renewed things we talk we knew things would not impossible. There was certainly hyped. So we said you know what we need to be the voice of hope and inspiration amongst all of this Damon Gloom and let's dot in a line radio show back. Then really the word podcast wasn't used as frequently actually for years. Off We did stop podcasting people. What's a? So thankfully, we've gone full circle lots more people. Now know what a podcast is and have one which is wonderful. We did that for two years to really bring different strategies and what people needed to do in order to really position themselves in a tough market place and we did that for two years. He kind of my co-host went one way and. And I continued working war with entrepreneurs and you know brandon getting them online but voice had a podcast as part of my Business Strategy Marketing Rachel of that and Nats. Gone. Full Circle, where I'm on helping other business owners to really set their platforms up but building rage building that reputation as a trusted authority in Italy their revenue using their podcast as a major component to support them enjoying that. An, excellent as you know, I mean most of the listeners hair of authors, nonfiction authors, few fiction authors oldest to a and many of them have thought about or thinking about doing a podcast. If that's the case, where would they stop with this process? Yes, and it's not often where many people think they should start people often tell what piece of technology what bought abased microphone one of the things. That I specially, if you're looking at building rage building that reputation as that go to and in your industry or even if you wanting to elevate the brand winners of your book, You have to stop with your end in mind and guy doing that you're very clear on outcomes and then you can implement the right strategy the right steps to be able to support you in achieving the goal and. One of the myths that I often Sigheh Susan is that your microphone should not be the first thing. In fact message before Michael Model, a microphone is dying to make the difference because if you think about your message are now we have so many more podcasts I mean we're ivory million now, which is still relatively a small number compared to how many blogs and how many and emails going out. On a daily basis, but we want to be able to cut through the noise that we have to be clear on that. The first thing I would say it's you know why doing this? What is the purpose for you from the onset? Now what is it that you want to achieve because there are different components that you put in chewed Euro podcast and marketing strategy that can support you in achieving. That you know not all strategies of time. So what is the end in mind? Then you can implement the various steps to be able to support you in getting neighbor get clear next

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"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

"Seven. The name Cosmo was chosen to reflect the global fascination in the space race and to. Their forward thinking innovation with an rotary engine to that of man's journey into space much like the space race, advancing their rotary technology was going to be a long and expensive road, but it would cement mazdas name in the history books as one of the most prominent companies in the world, and that's where will pick up the story on next week's episode of passed gas. That's right. We're GONNA talk about Mazda and talk about Rolls Royce were talk about Mercedes. All these different companies now that the rotary. Cat is out of the out of APEX. Seal Bag. People are going to try some weird stuff. Thank you so much for listening to this episode of Pass Gas. Producer Canaan. I always forget. and. We Love Canon. Law Don't seem on camera. Canaan. How would you add yourself a little picture? into the video. I think. We might get. We only have a po box now. I think we might get too many love letters. Yeah all right all right anyway. Thank you for listening to pass gas as always if you've never listened to our. If you've never seen our videos on Youtube, where don't it media on Youtube? Confines there follow James on all social media at the pump. Free followed Joe at Joe, G Weber, and follow me at known J. Sites. Tell someone about our podcast. If you like this podcast, a buddy who who you think would like to show. Please let them know. Only Zeleny, please. Later..

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"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:38 min | 11 months ago

"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

"Basically if a car had wheels. Some company was trying to put a rotary in it. That's not the one that Zora Zora. arklow dont`a of was designing. Right was it was going to be a mid engine rotary powered corvette that would've made the world a whole lot different than it is now. Yeah probably when really? Now I yeah, I I don't think it would have been. I think it would have been like remember that time. They made a mid engined corvette with a rotary I. was kind of Weird And, then they. I think the if that had happened, the probably would have been pushed back another like ten years for. They would rather die. Like no, we tried, it was terrible. But. It's here now. The and James to do gets drive it when we have a job at for the Iran some errands in it. Nice it's such a good car. It's so cool I'm not a good enough driver for it. Yeah I feel that I was the one holding it back. Did you get a lot of looks on the crest? I've never had so many people look at a car. That I've I've for everyone throws you the thumbs up. Yeah, the bus driver yet complimented me. That's awesome. And bus drivers see a lot of cars every day. Yeah, you know how hard those guys are too please. Do I ever. Lucky for us, one of the earliest adopters outside of an issue was none other than the Mazda Motor Corporation in the early nineteen. Here we go all right, this will be. Let's go yield we Mazda car. Mazda was called. at the time in the early sixties Mazda was still called Toyo Kogyo at the time, and they were facing looked like an insurmountable challenge. They wanted to become more competitive in the car market. It was the belief of Soon Edgy Matsuda the company's president. At time that the best way for the companies survive and outshine. The competition was to sell new and innovative technology. That would absolutely blow the competition out of the water. Planet that began about. That, students are I don't know why. Mounting a soundtrack Matsuda had been watching the development of the ankle rotary engine at Msu. And they acquired a license to produce and develop their own variations of the design. Mazda assembled a team of forty seven engineers to form the rotary engine research department. It's hard to find a better description of this team than the one on the Mazda website, so here's what they have to say about it quote, Kenichi, Yamamoto the head of the Department who were venturing into uncharted territory of rotary engine commercialization to that of the she dry. She she the she. Should you? Words. I'm laughing at Nolan's nunciature. Sorry. Compared to that of the siege you. Seiichi she judy. Shuji she. She Joy. She. Really! Correctly the CGU way, but it's still differently here. No. No it's. She It's gotta be. SICH ITCHY Joy Schicchi. Accent is different. I think balanced Typo. Sheets you, Schicchi? She is a legendary Band of Forty Seven Samurai warriors who dedicated their lives with unparalleled loyalty and perseverance. Do they cause of vending what they saw as the unjust death of their master? That's a really heavy comparison to make for group of guys working on a rotary engine. That's all I'll say. That's cool. You will die for Apex Seals. I just want to apologize to any Japanese listeners for me. messing up everything just then. Have you ever seen those those take talk videos where people do a bunch of translations and it's like. The in Chinese like the Horse. Drove the mother to Bob I it's like all these different words, but they're all just like Ma different pronunciation of Ma, so it's like it's funny. My Ma Ma Mama. That's pretty good. That's a fun language. Never learned it, but it sounds interesting Yamamoto told US engineers from now on the rotary engine must be on your minds at all times whether you asleep or awake. Reads on my God the research team worked tirelessly to find a solution to the issue that doomed any to bankruptcy. The chatter marks. As essential rotor spins around the chamber corner of the triangles needs to form an airtight seal to ensure each portion of the engine psycho could occur without interference abrasions and impacts of the Apex Seals on the housing would cause abnormal wear within only a few hours of operation creating chatter marks the chatter marks were given the nickname. The devils nail mark says they would eventually lead man to the destruction of the engine. Motors team any solution. They could mitigate the issue. They tried substituting the metal seals with materials, such as gold and silver, and then even tried US horse and cow bones as APEC materials after spending a considerable amount of time cramming horse chunks into their engine to seafood. Fix The issue and idea that totally seems reasonable. When spoken out loud, they were at an impasse. It seemed as if there would never be a solution to mitigate chatter marks, dooming the engine lasts less than thirty thousand miles before needing a complete replacement due to damage and wear. So they're having the same issues at Mazda. Then at an issue Craze rotary engine quickly became viewed as a waste of money was within the company while some people would be demoralized by the lack of support. The criticisms of the program only made the same forty seven work harder at finding a goal. In, certainty of the project is what kept them moving. It wasn't until nineteen sixty three that the first major breakthrough was made this vibrations were causing the damage. An engineer proposed modifying the shape of the APEC seal which in turn would modify the frequency characteristics. This Free sounds like. Sticks the whole time man. The new shape, the APEX Shown as a quote, cross hollow design, they drilled horizontal and vertical holes throughout the seal in a grid pattern to change the frequency dynamics of the peace to the team surprise, the chatter marks completely disappeared after testing the new seal design. Now all they needed was a car to put it in. Mazda revealed a prototype of the Mazda COSMO. At the nineteen sixty four Tokyo motor show the same year that Ns you released its rotary power to door the spider. COSMO one enter production for another three years finally, grossness showroom floor in nineteen, sixty.

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"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

"Thing. I know I'm. I was really not a great masterclass. Also. Yeah, let's get into that for a SEC because I saw. I had a commercial for that masterclass yesterday. But, like how? How is video gonNA translate like to me getting better at skating? It's just not light hips. Intrigues tips to do but. Listen to owning like I've I've gone to this with BMX as well like you. Videos can only do so much to teach you like. Have to be out there every day practicing and figuring out for yourself, get some, but biking is differently biking biking near to just like in one position kind of any. You're sure your weight transfers and stuff, but with a skateboard it's a different foot position for every trick so now time that can meet Taw I suppose that makes sense. Max has there's a lot of. Positioning like that as well Jones, get yourself EMPA- watch you. Watch the Tony Hawk. You learn how to let Bing Bang boom use the birdman now. Dyer, rich and you're right, yeah! So anyway with the German economy in turmoil and institutions failing, there was a demand for someone to right the ship the National Socialist Party the NSDAP better known as the Nazi party was founded by Anton Drexler in nineteen, twenty one year before Vanko left school without completing his degree. At that time, the best way into a former career in engineering was through academia, but since Felix had dropped out, that wasn't very likely. So. Felix looked for other ways to get his engineering prowess some attention, and like many other Germans. At this time he fell victim to the seductive pole of the country's latest authoritarian movement in Nineteen, twenty two Vanko joined the Nazi party. The Nazis were on the fringe of German politics at their founding, but it won't be long until they were in power and put their sadistic policies into practice, all of this Felix never forgot about the piston engine. He imagined when he was seventeen, and he was finally GonNa make it happen. He patented the design in Nineteen Twenty Nine and nineteen thirty two felix ran out of money and move back home to his mom in his hometown of. His mother was crying. His mother was from an affluent family and helped bankroll a new shop space behind the House here. Felix design his first automobile, the devil beetle developed with the help his. Colleagues winkles car was a three wheeled. Students turn stream liner design, not GonNa lie, wise colleagues and quotes. Does he have? Grabbed colleagues. Does he have little like glue like leather? Guys that come out of? A devil hole and they come and. Do stuff for. As a raccoon in a bunny that lived in his mom's backyard, and he called his colleagues such a Dork. Your colleagues are eating carrots. This is not my friends, my colleagues. Why would they be my friends? They're wearing little leather jackets. MOM, no. Pocket protectors we're at work mom. Your friends at work are called colleagues sky. I. Wish I was never born in Lahr. Always like these losers, people who think they're better than everybody. The first engine! He and his colleagues put under the hood, was a one cylinder lemon, which barely made enough juice to get the thing movement so to their credit they design their own two cylinder mill, pushing seven horsepower to push the devil beetle to respectable fifty miles per hour, although I assume it took a bio to get there. I think you'd really like the way it looks change. Just, like a devil beetle, imagine going fifty miles per hour, not thing. Who who called Ben Mortar, basis. It looks like something. Skunk and a rabbit designed. To get some better colleagues. Sometime during world, War Two, Felix once again moved from his mother's house in Lahr a new place in Lake Constance near the Austrian border in south Germany. It can be safely assumed that his mom also paid for his new digs at another shop were wanka would begin seriously researching the rotary engine, a conventional piston engine has four distinct phases strokes during the intake stroke. The fuel air mixture enters the cylinder through intake valves during the compression stroke that makes sure a squeeze together by upward motion of the Piston until the ignition or power. Power stroke where that makes explodes with the help of a spark plug and pushes the piston down which helps your car move the final stroke is the exhaust stroke where what's left of the fuel air mixture is pushed out of the cylinder by the Upward Moving Piston as the cycle begins again winkles rotary engine would operate with the same principles, but with a vastly different approach. Triangle shape components called Roeder's sit inside of an oval shaped housing. To better fit against the walls of the housing. Triangles have curved edges. They're called Rouleau triangles. These rotors spin around and eccentric crankshaft. Each point of the rotor creates three sealed pockets of air against the inside edge of the housing. Because of the shape of the housing, those pockets get smaller or larger depending on where the rotor is as a space expands, air and fuel get sucked in through an intake port then as the rotor moves further along, it compresses the mixture. On this side of the housing opposite the intake and exhaust ports live the spark plugs, delivering spark and combustion after ignition that exploded pocket of air gets pushed around to the exhaust port. For every three turns of the crank shaft, the Rotor makes one complete circuit around the inside of the housing. There are only three moving parts inside of a rotary engine which allows them to reach redline extremely quickly in comparison to conventional engines. What wasn't so quick, though was Felix, his ability to get the engine into production by know, that was really confusing and if you want to know more and maybe have some visual AIDS, we've made a number of videos on her youtube channel about rotaries. You should go check it out. It's called Donna media. Yeah definitely helped by. It's it's like once you see a visual of how this is all working. makes a lot more sense. Yeah, so while so so Felix had the design. He had that idea since he was seventeen like two decades of past. Still hasn't gotten into action though. But at the shop he's like. Looking at drawings and like trying to figure out how this is GonNa work with Felix toiled in his lakeside shop throughout world. War Two the quaint lifestyle came to an end when the allies sees his machine shop after defeating the Nazis in nineteen, forty five. They actually dismantled his machine shop as well. which is crazy in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one Vankalai started working with German manufacturer and s you. Who had bought the license to use his engine in their cars, because he had patented it back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, two, I believe. Felix began working with the NS issue engineers to refine his design and finally put the winkle rotary engine into production. Being able to REV super quickly was awesome, but it wasn't without its drawbacks. Early prototypes were prone to extreme friction wear especially where the point on the triangle met the housing wall. It also didn't help that Felix had neglected to include any oil passes for the engine..

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"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

08:11 min | 11 months ago

"mazda" Discussed on Past Gas

"Yeah. Hello, everyone! Welcome back to pass gas. I am one of your. Nolan sites with me as always James pump reality more power baby, we. Get the laso and get them buff horses into the barn with. More power baby lightning. and Joe Weber. Fired Wink, wink nation her. Very Cool Yay. Hey, welcome back to the show, everybody. It is a Friday as we're recording NECE. I've had A. In interesting week I think well, maybe not that interesting, because I've been in my apartment the whole time, but you know the the highs and lows of Youtube video production kind of a a wavelength this week. Man It was. It was interesting for me anyway. I think everything is interesting when it's put next to the. What are you talking about I? Don't know I'm sorry guys. Everything is interesting. Well. This week what fifteen or sixteen now fourteen four months? Yeah. It is Oh my God. That's insane. So. Yeah, the the the baseline has been set very low for the very for a very long time now so any. Mundane thing. is now interesting. Yeah, so as I said in the intro today we are talking about the rotary engine. Ah, very interesting design. Not Very widely adopted across the the automotive industry. For several reasons which we will go over. This is a two part series today we'll be focusing on. The the inventor of the will. Rotary Designers is known Mr Felix Winkle and the next episode. We'll talk about more More? It's. Across the industry. and which manufacturers used it? We will be talking about Mazda next episode as well, but this one will mostly focus on winkel. Felix went goal and company called Msu. So, yeah Do you guys mind, get into it. You guys ready. Everything is interesting. Innovation in any industry is hard. The Tucker Forty eight saw complete failure when it tried to push too many innovative features in nineteen, forty eight. John delorean grew his career through innovation only for it to be torn down and Fade into relative obscurity if it wasn't for the delorean's use in an iconic film. Bringing technology brings an ungodly amount of risk, but sometimes that risk pays off even if it doesn't always appear that way. For those of you that don't already know. The wankle rotary engine is an internal combustion engine that uses a spinning triangle instead of Pistons to make power. The radically different design of the engine creates a noise and performance like any other, but to really talk about the rotary engine. We I need to talk about the man who invented it the subject of today's podcast Felix Vancouver. He's German nice pronunciation did thank you ws RV's in German or they're pronounced like that, but then volks Biden. What is the V it's called Volkswagen. Volkswagen! I dislike cars I don't know how to pronounce anything on campus. In German, dear listeners pronounce L's so it's look swaggie. I buy it. Born on August thirteenth nineteen o two in Modern Day, southwestern Jeremy in a town called layer. That's or lar- L. A.. Lar- Felix. Winkle was an extraordinarily bright kid. At a young age, he proved to have a great aptitude for mechanical imagination, but he didn't have the education to back up his passion. Just real quick note as we'll see, he chose to forgo education what Vancouver actually came from a fairly not well off, but you know they did well at the age of seventeen, he proudly informed as friends of a dreamy had Vancouver Dreamt of an engine that runs with no Pistons. It was quote a new type of engine half turbine half reciprocating. It is my invention. While his dreams were big. His education left a lot to be desired the classes he had the least success in were mathematics and especially physics, a typical diary entry for him. Read James We want to give this good German accent here by day's our teeth today. I received yet another F in a wreath mythic. Also this man we pay hockey mask and eighteen saw keats chasing me around my semi camp. Yeah so Felix left high school without finishing his degree basically throwing any opportunity, a pursuing higher education and creating his own engine out the window at the time. So instead of creating his own engine, he opened a machine shop in his backyard. Unfortunately Vankalai dove into business during a pretty crummy time in German history. The greatest conflict the world had ever seen had only ended two years earlier in nineteen eighteen. And had directly led to the death of over twenty million civilians and soldiers, and left Germany in ruins. I'm of course talking about World War One. Felix's father would be one of the war's casualties representing a small fraction of the fifteen percent of German men who had perished in World War One. On top fifteen percent by the way. Number Twenty million people, twenty million civilians and soldiers like I. When I was looking at World War, one stats yesterday like that just really kind of washed over me. How huge that is! That's an enormous amount of people on one continent. There's a problem when numbers get so big that they lose meaning. But then when you think about you, keep thinking about it comes back around again. Just Kinda like hits you. How many people that Yes Fifteen, percent of German men had died at that time on top of that the treaty of Versailles both blamed Germany for starting the war and ruled that the nation would have to pay back one hundred thirty two billion gold marks in reparations, which is about two hundred sixty nine billion dollars today this had a devastating effect on the German economy after World War One quote. Germany had suspended the gold standard and finance the war by borrowing reparations further strained the economic system, and the why Mar Republic printed money. Market value tumbled hyperinflation soon rock Germany. By November nineteen, twenty, three, forty, two billion marks were worth. The equivalent of one American sent what? You buy stuff. You don't the economy has just. Completely collapsed. That's where you see those pictures of like the German kids pushing wheelbarrows around full of money as worthless because they were just like okay, we'll just got print all this money, so we can. Pay People back or pay reparations? But you know when you you know that's how inflation works like it loses value because more of it. Yeah, but. If, you print more money, right? No if you told me I just hold any become a millionaire. No, that's not how it works. Man That's Kinda. Just watched a master class. Tony I just watched. Tony, Hawkes masterclass, and that's what he said was once to kick flip I was just basically printing money next.

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01:51 min | 11 months ago

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"mazda" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Not driving a highly Mazda you just don't know what you are missing so come test drive your new Mazda today at any highly Mazda location Collins and I twenty in Arlington or see Alan Glover pipeline road it Lupe twenty in Hurst or David Gomez or train McGee at highly Mazda and bar listen okay let's get back to Richard okay Sir Richard I've got some background on this now you had a family Highbridge about two thousand seven you're saying that a fifty thousand miles and ex number of years but not eight years the battery went out but you're right I need to go back to the dealership and they said it's sixty two hundred dollars and is not a warranty claim correct okay so I will with don't say what the dealership was or where it was but it was not anybody on the show is that correct Lawler Y. no was somehow I knew that how do you know that they didn't follow warranty claim and try to charge you for two well I don't I mean I really love the car when it rains I got it what what what because again I almost wrote an article many years ago for one of the magazines on what's going to happen when batteries go out on these hybrid electrics and I ended up not writing the article and I'm glad I didn't because so few of them fatal and that that battery you had is not a lithium it's a nickel hybrid alright yeah I lack and you use a figure sixty two hundred dollars but the cost of that battery was about thirty five hundred well yeah whatever that's what they quoted me at the time no I don't misunderstand me I'm just this is started off the complaint with your Cameri what what percent squawking in the background I don't I don't ever okay what I can raise a child right but the point if your battery failed at that few miles like you said and within that time period is covered by warranty but now that I know the dealership that you bought it at you were servicing at all bets are off I don't even know your battery sales well I have the paperwork on it I don't doubt that and I don't doubt you didn't pay for but if it did fail it was a warranty claim so in essence we started off with a complaint on your total hybrid and this ends up another rousing endorsement on why you do business with people I say have the best reputation in town yeah and they did it you know best reputation is not they have never that store has never had a good reputation amounts it is the worst of the worst well I'm glad you're doing well if you call me back in two thousand seven I would have told you to go there would not have done so but with that with that again run because not you Richard but I really have not been paying attention the clock and I'm really off at the end of the show all right but okay in any case that would be ideal if you have all your receipts for the mileage and the year on it I'd call Toyota and say why was discovered in my warranty yeah I did call Toyota and ended up getting a new battery for twenty six hundred from them yeah then you would have been outside of the emissions equipment on it but in any case but in any case thank you for letting the audience know your dealer one charge you sixty two hundred and Toyota got it to twenty six thank thanks Richard you have a good weekend body again starts off going in one direction and then you find out really really it it when taking you ten minutes more to go do business at Freeman that being said we'll be back in just a moment on five seventy Kael I numbered Birdsall general manager have funds cross your jeep Dodge ram Lewisville this month during the start something new sales event at either half hours location you take a thousand off MSRP on any two thousand twenty.

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"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

"Your goal and it really does drive drive home. How enormous challenge? This is so I think they're playing me off. No I think that this has been an incredible experience for me. This is an awesome studio. I can't wait to have it installed in Atlanta. Everyone's laughing okay. Well it would still be great. I think Tari would have fewer instances of me having diva fits in the studio if I were recording in something like this every single episode plus I mean there's it's spacious. I can have so many guests in a single episode. We all have our own our own. Oh Nice comfortable seats. I'm just really. It's a practical thing. I'm saying my studio back in Atlanta we can fit. Maybe three people in there before it gets crowded this back in a lot of folks in here including sound engineers so Toria benefits. Youtube is what I'm saying but I WANNA thank Mazda for having me come out here and to experience this and to get a firsthand. Look at the culmination of this idea. I've heard a lot about this philosophy. I've talked to people who have been sort of a really passionate about the concept behind human centric design but light. It's rare that I actually get an experience. A truly immersive experience. Because I am actually in it. Where I see the fruition of that and when you get a chance to see that and you you understand the decisions that went behind all those design choices you get a deeper appreciation for the process and all the work that goes into just making something actually happen? I think we all take for granted what it takes to create create a piece of technology. Like this we might think of the manufacturing process because that's one that is easy to illustrate. It's you see the the factory line. Uh but it's so much more than that. The process takes years of work years of engineering years of iterating and building upon passed a learnings and to continue to innovate on top of that. It is a really interesting and inspiring. Experience is to actually see this in person with that. I think I'm going to wrap up because I think I think I've I've covered it pretty well and plus I really want to have a little more experienced jumping around in the back seat of this thing because I've been sitting in the front the whole time and I haven't even experienced what the backseats like and I don't think anyone's GonNa stop me as long as I hold the microphone in my hand so I'm going to sign off but don't tell anyone who's actually here that I've done that. I'll just pretend pretend like. I'm still out there broadcasting the whole thing right now okay well all right so on that note guys. We're going to wrap up this episode. Remember if you WANNA reach out to me texts stuff at how stuff works dot com or you can pop onto facebook or twitter. That's Tech Stuff H. W. and I look forward to talking to you again really soon and it's Jonathan back in the studio so I want to thank Mazda for having me out at the auto show and getting a chance to experience. It's just a tiny sliver of the work that they put into the thirty. I didn't get a chance to ride in it but it was really cool getting to see. See it up close and actually sit in it and record an episode. It was a fun experience and and everyone there by the way was incredibly kind and very helpful so I had a really good experience with everybody over there. So thank you guys a lot. You guys are awesome. It also reminded me that with every piece of technology I encounter counter no matter what it might be. They're typically dozens or hundreds or maybe even thousands of people who helped shape that technology. Maybe a little bit. Maybe they helped define cleaned by the all had their impact on that technology. Before I ever got a chance to touch it and that when it all goes right when everything is falling into place properly when people are able to collaborate when they're able to communicate then they can produce technology then turn creates a specific experience. The reflects lex whatever. The original intent was of the design. Team that comes to the very goal of human centric design and again. This is not an easy thing to achieve. It is incredibly challenging. You might define what you want people to feel like but then in May turn out that when people actually experience the product they feel something entirely different and you could argue that represents a failure on your part as far as the design goes and you have to factor in human psychology and human behaviors. That aren't something that they're so easy to quantify as you know how how efficient an engine is running or how long attire can can be in service before you need to replace it. Those are things that you can quantify much more easily early so this human centric design philosophy is something that I think is really fascinating incredibly challenging and when you get right amazingly satisfying all right. Well that wraps up this episode and I know I gave a sign off in the live section. But you know I I feel like if I don't do it again. I'm not really doing my job Bob. If you guys have suggestions for topics you would like me to cover in future episodes of tech stuff you can reach out via email. The address tech stuff at how stuff works dot com or you can hop onto facebook or twitter the handle for both of those tech stuff H. S. W. You can also pop on over to our website. That's tech stuff. PODCAST CAST DOT COM. You'll find an archive of every episode that we've ever recorded and published. 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TechStuff

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

"As saying this particular piece of technology analogy needs to do task in. Why amount of time? And it has to have a certain level of reliability. It means more than that. Uh that means defining things like feeling intention defining how a person should experience the technology technology and this goes well beyond technology. Obviously it goes to everything that we ever designed but really in tech. It's something that you either get or you don't and if you get it when you're designing you can create something that actually has a legitimate special feeling when you experience it. It's a very tough challenge because obviously the other big issue you have is that people are different. You know we have general things that kind of unite us. But we're all individuals We all have our own preferences. Are things that that maybe annoy us and our expectations so it also means having to identify which ones are the most important to whatever end result. You're looking for so one of the things that really we. I heard a lot when we were here over in the auto. Show over at Mazda's this this concept of feel alive that you want to feel alive when you're actually using the vehicle and vehicles are such an important central piece of technology in our lives. That is not a small task risk. And it's not lip service. It's not something. That is just a tagline. It's a guiding philosophy. That's the philosophy that guides the decisions that the engineers are making in order to make a vehicle. That is fun to drive that. It's safe that sufficient. That has all the things you expect a vehicle to have but when you are behind the wheel and you're actually driving it. You have the sensation of feeling alive that sort of exhilarating feeling and and that it's something that goes beyond just your experience behind the wheel at something that is actually integrated into your experience of moving through an environment. So when you start thinking about that you're thinking not just trying to define everything that's on a dashboard or just in easy reach of the driver. You're thinking about an experience that goes well beyond that as the drivers maneuvering through different environments. That ends up being a very important concept to guide all of your your your design philosophies and I was really impressed with the passion that I encountered when I talked with people from Mazda they all shared that same sort of deep desire to create that kind of experience and this is not something that is easy to engineer near. It's not something you typically hear from engineers. This also brings us to a dichotomy. I tend to encounter in the field of technology analogy broadly. Speaking there are two major camps I tend to encounter when I'm looking at different types of gadgets and vehicles and things like that one is that I see a camp that really emphasizes aesthetic over everything else so that the look of it is supposed to be extremely evocative and that it makes you want to use it in some way but that is the guiding principle people behind the design. The other I've seen is more. I think of it as the engineering approach in the sense that it needs to work it needs to be able to do the things that it was supposed us to do and that becomes primary and aesthetic is secondary or maybe tertiary.

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TechStuff

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

"Us to pull off logistically. Dave was a lot of fun to talk to and he helped us understand how these decisions to craft a specific experience manifest in actual real world decisions and engineering choices. These are things. I typically take for granted whenever I use a product. I generally only think you know something like well. This thing's really easy to use. Or Wow wow. This is a lot of fun or sometimes on the flip side because not everything's positive. Sometimes I think who the heck thought. This was a good design choices so inconvenient. It's it's hard to get to. If you ever had a user interface where you've had to navigate you know five steps beyond what you thought would be necessary. You know what I'm talking about. It's it ends up. Being so frustrating that it actually creates a disincentive for you to use the technology but I rarely give give it much more consideration than that sort of surface level but talking with engineers really reveals how much thought has to go into this and it also explains that sometimes uh-huh it goes wrong because you have multiple groups all trying to get their various pieces of the puzzle into place and sometimes that means that they're peace piece and someone else's peace while they were meant to fit together don't they might overlap. They might conflict. They might be a gap between them. Those sort of things can happen happened when things don't go. Well now we're going to take another quick break but when we come back we'll rejoin me in the Mazda.

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"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

"Want to know exactly what's wrong with his brace. Jonathan from the booth one more time than other thing that Dave said that I wanted to share was about how the team worked on the sound system for the Mazda C X Thirty and they wanted to put the sub woofers in a very special section of the vehicle and move it away from the traditional place which is within the doors and in order to do that they had to communicate and collaborate with the safety team to make sure that this design element they wanted to include would be factored into through the structure of the vehicle from the very beginning. Here's what Dave had to say one of a kind of trick ways to improve the noise outside noise always isolation in this car and improved audio quality when the car was taking the big speakers out of the doors. Everyone has their their subs in in the door right. Because that's whether you have enough room for it That's what really inefficient place. Effort driver. the space of the car it's Driving Ping sounding that volume in the long spot And it also is a noise path from the outside right so We've moved them up into the under the DASH in in the corner of the room because anytime you corner load speaker the sound quality is a lot better right So it's a much more efficient way to get down on the cars so we don't have to put as much power in to get a better sound quality at the People's ears But also it's a seal off those doors. This is something I think everybody understood should be done. It's incredibly hard to do. Because the corners of the of the Interior are actually a really critical crash structure and and there's a lot of other departments buying for for real estate there right. Because if you crash into something the load from the bumper it goes into the frame rails which go right back into that corner of the car. And that's where the load has to stop crumbling. Things we want everything in front of the windshield to crumble and everything inside not to. That's a really strong wrong structural corner so normally you develop a car crash structure first and then everybody gets work on after those and we had to get this concept onset of trying to move the speakers up into the corners before we started the platform development. Let's say hey guys give us space for the speaker while you're doing that and I'm bill that concept in all right and it's all it. It was a really big accomplishment for.

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"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

"C X thirty is really something to behold Mazda Engineers Inc a type of s s-curves design giving the exterior this curvature that allows light and shadow to play across it in a really captivating way the car that Lauren Oren and I were in was an color Mazda calls deep crystal Blue Mica but I just call it. Really Darn Brady. All the colors were impressive with my other. Favorite being the sole red crystal metallic the company follows a design. Philosophy called Kodo which they translate as the soul of motion that means they're designers. Worked hard to create an exterior the gibbs off the sense of being in motion even at the vehicle is at a standstill L.. And Mazda calls the exterior a rolling canvas something that reflects the scenery as it moves through an environment. This gets to a philosophical concept of a feeling not just like the car is an extension of you but that it's in turn a part of the environment it's moving through. The intent is not to make the driver and passengers focus solely on the experience of being inside the vehicle. But also how you experienced the world as you drive through it as Lauren and I moved through the desert and the mountains mountains we definitely appreciate the world around us even while we moved at a good clip down the road to see the thirty for yourself go to Mazda. USA DOT DOT com slash iheart or your local Mazda dealership. All right guys. It's Jonathan from the studio again. Now I figure this. This is a great spot to insert some audio that we captured with engineer. Dave Coleman really helps illustrate what I was talking about earlier. On in this this episode. We're going to start with Dave giving us the sort of mission statement. His team had in mind and how they went about trying to achieve it. So I guess so what we're trying to do at this cars. Get something that is. We'll let you do kind of whatever it is wherever you want to go. What specifically tuned to one particular handwriting It's supposed to be really sort of natural immunity and capable enough to do whatever you're interested in So we wanted to make it. So it's it's comfortable and quiet every day it's efficient. It's fun to drive when you twisty road and you want to go to just some rock climbing or hiking trail mountain biking its way up some dirt road. That's really tricky. It's got offered capability to get you there too and balancing all that the right way is a big trick We're we've been three working on some do sorta offer if it's mostly electronic trickery it sort of had to figure out where we draw the line on making our cars it one offer. We've always been a completely company And so we've sort of drawn on the line at There's a lot of stuff you can do to make our super capable off road bruins how it drives the rest of the time. So we've drawn the line that we won't do anything uncompromising drives on the road. We still want all the capability to get places This is the first star we've got got offered button that that changes a bunch of the settings so some of the some of the trick stuff that we're doing under the skin We've got a new system and G veteran control system which is very weird subtle thing for making the card behave in a way that feels more natural actual through people Also with geometric control so We found that as you're driving the first moment you make a steering input. The cars are a little bit. Every cars a little bit inconsistent about how it makes up. I turn and the reasons. Because you're sitting on these pneumatic tyres pitches ballooning and in it straight ahead. State the bull. SIDEWALL SORTA unloaded. When you corner one of two types eyeball go slacken one starts pulling and that's pulling the corners so there's this transition period as the car starts to transition into that corner and that's where things are kind of the most ask nervous for the driver subconscious? Kind of they will win. Delay Turn and how much do I turn. And once you get into a corner everything feels naturally you figure out what you're doing but people aren't fully consciously nervous if you watch someone steering inputs if they turn into a corner a Lotta Times. They turned in and back off in just a couple of times we get it figured out And so we designed the system to try to attack that subtle problem. People didn't know they were doing and what we do. is we figured the we can. We can wait a little bit more weight on the front tires just as you turn And this is a trick that we learned from driving I used to race. Rally cars racing off road gravel and rally drivers always using the left foot on the brakes and turn the wheel a little bit of extra weight on the front tires in. It makes a grab the travel or turn the car A lot of bird racing guys will do this to one foot on the break on Mike on the street with on the clutch or just resting. We've got one on each and you can. You can adjust the weight balance of the car so we started sort of from that idea and tuned it and turned and turned it Trying to make make it. So it's so subtle you don't feel the car slowing down to shift weight onto the front. What you do feel the response in the way? The car turns And and we've got a tune so here steering system as you turn the wheel. Electric Power steering knows. Exactly what you're giving it so it looks at the steering speed and that communicates with the engine. Computer tells it to reduce power just a hair and it gives a little bit of extra weight on. The hires tightens up the tire. So respond more directly We don't have any on off switch for that you'll never feel it. It's soon so well. We just kind of feels normal. All right we've built a couple couple of cars with on off switches for that and it's it's really funny because it's it's not super obvious it's once you kind of pick out what it's doing the actually. Yeah she makes a difference even just driving completely straight ahead because you don't realize when you're driving straight you're making constantly corrections right and each one of those little delay and then the catch up. You're you're constantly overshooting and coming back and soon as we turn the system on people just settle out because they make refreshing would stick and they wouldn't have to make the next one the next one in the next one So that's in all of our cars now. That's called geometric. We just veteran control plus which helps when you start straight in the wheel back out and sometimes be a little bit slow to kind of come back to pull wheel straight eight to avoid that dragged the outside break just a hair salon. Just kind of aren't gonNA help straight back out you don't again you don't feel the break when you can can switch off what you feel is feel normal and then if you were to switch the system off you feel like steerings kind of got going. Yeah gummy over damped and can have to pull it back so we're really kind of down in the weeds. These little subtle details to get the card to feel natural field building almost. Also you don't notice all the work we did right. Is there like a general description. Drivers have like now that this stuff has been corrected or do they just like say smoother or like you know. We always had a focus on this area. So we've always sort of tuned cars to feel it. Just feel right. Just feel used to be our slogan decades ago. It just feels right. It's kind of always been trying to do the same thing So I don't think adding GBD's wasn't dramatic. Change is another tool in our toolbox of all these things that we're trying to do that if we took this system and put it on a car built by people who didn't care about this stuff it wouldn't it'd be enough to fix it right right but it's enough to sort of add in our direction of making the car more natural. The sort sort of our end goal is to make driving far so naturally you don't think about it. Judge exact relation to the all wheel drive system in this car We mechanically is the same as almost everybody. You drive the front wheels. There's a clutch where you can connect the rear wheels sometimes times when you need it and not when you don't and all the magic is in the software to figure out when you needed when you don't exactly how much right because if you're always driving the wheels uses a lot extra fuel and it actually Different rules have to go the same speed when they're locked together and so the car doesn't want to turn so you're always balancing its ability to turn with its ability to drive the rear wheels We've come up with a system where we're running a software algorithm. That's basically kind of like a video game. That's looking at the speed and cornering Jeevan filtration. GM calculating exactly how much lawyers on each tire based on the model of how this card behaves and so it's constantly calculating what loaded on each tire in shipping. Torque where it's needed to take advantage of that which manes that this actually can expand the envelope even on dry pavement just wet roads slippery conditions And that leads us abuse the all wheel drive system to an advantage without using implantable. We don't need it fueled right And there's a couple of places where those two ideas the vector control trying to get the Carter turning precisely and what the drive is doing where they don't get along where we're if we're driving the rear wheels at a certain time it'll make the car resist turning in because they're trying to get the same be and so we had to integrate those systems over. The geometric control gets the authority right at the moment that the beats the car to turn. And then when you're steady state that goes back and since more to the rear traits back out I can even drag a little bit more to the rear to help though is really complicated. Interplay of software to all these systems in the cars talk to each other and it's it has to get to work at the speed that our mind mind is processing things so that it feels to this. We're really fast and what we can recognize so to to make it so. We don't feel that it's doing something that had just feel. Seamless feels like as one unit. We had to Redo a bunch of the computer hardware in the car to communicate faster to get the signals from the steering into the into the thing that makes the decisions and then into the into the UCLA to the change. The engine output or to change uh-huh wheel drive. I if I remember right I think we've got fifty milliseconds from steering input for something has to happen at the other.

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"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

"My show goes so let's say you're an engineer and you have defined. What goal you're you're going for? You've identified a specific goal that you want to achieve and beyond defining the goal. That's obviously one of the first big parts of this process. You need to figure out what are your objectives and what are your challenges. What are the things standing in your way of achieving your goal? Oh and you start to make decisions to try and get to your goal as best you can. Those decisions can sometimes end up. Having things conflict with each other you have to find a way to resolve those conflicts and to actually achieve the goal. You have defined for yourself this. This is not necessarily an easy thing to do. It's one of the biggest challenges of engineering. It's why a lot of the engineers. I've talked to relish their job. They love the process of sitting down and going from concept to reality and all the processes that go along with some of that can end up being a lot of trial and error. A lot of it can end up being having to retrace your steps and if we're being honest not all of it is Super Fun. Sometimes you try out an idea. Yeah that you were convinced was going to be perfect and then you realize that. Oh you know what it's good but it just broke everything else so it's a very tough process to actually go through but once you have figured out all the different challenges you've defined your objectives you start to create your solutions. You start to think this is the way I think is the best for me to achieve the goal and then how do I go about actually making that reality. You go through that process which can be laborious And then you test it and you find out how well you did and maybe it turns out that the solution you have is incredible on paper but in reality it turns out to fall short. That's something that actually does happen. Quite a bit in all realms of technology and I've seen this a lot in my storied career as a technology journalist you see attempts to try and achieve something really revolutionary. Let's say and in the process might end up. Losing sight of what your initial goal was in the first place which was to deliver something to an end user. Whoever that may be be that is meaningful and produces a specific result? May Be that the thing you've created works really well again on paper but that it doesn't feel like it works really well when you get it in the hands of the end user. That is what human centric design tries to address. That's IT tries to keep in mind that at the end of the day you are making something to create a human experience and that every decision you make think alternately needs to be geared toward that also I'm going to be driving a car punts unintentionally. It's just because I'm in this environment ornament so we've talked about that little element of challenge this idea of trying to identify what your goal. Listen to work your way to it. The next thing you have to think about is how your role may end up working with integrating with other goals. That other people have have or a May conflict with those because as. I'm sure you're all aware something like a car vehicle. It's a actually a collection election of many different systems now. Each system needs to contribute toward that end. Goal that human centric goal where you're creating this. I'm feeling that you want your end user to have but they don't necessarily all work in harmony together natively thank. You can't expect that if you're working let's say on drive train system and someone else is working on a different system that those two are just going to magically we worked together and produce the perfect experience when it all comes out at the end. You actually have to do a lot of collaboration. And sometimes that means that you're having lots of have complicated conversations weighing your different goals weighing your different priorities and deciding which ones are going to take priority in one case ace versus another. You might be able to make some concessions you might be able to kind of find a middle ground. You might be able to find use cases where one philosophy Wenzel l. over another for example. We had a chance to talk with a great engineer. Dave he talked about how with the Mazda. C X thirty. There was this balance between performance and making sure that the ride was nice and quiet and the problem. Is that as you start to weigh. One of those. The other one begins begins to end up having needing more attention. So you have to figure out. Well where's the balance here. We want to make sure that we have all the elements here so that we create the feeling that we really want our in users to have and that is not something again. That is natively obvious communes that you have to have a lot of conversations a lot of collaboration and in the case of Mazda as we learned while we were here here at the auto show that ends up being a lot easier because the teams are more closely located to one another. They aren't spread. Read across the globe. Where you might have one team working completely independently of the others and then when you bring all the systems together only then do you realize that you start seeing these conflicts conflicts hades Jonathan from the booth again? But I just wanted to tell you that we're going to take a very quick break and come right back to the episodes. Don't go anywhere Let's talk a bit about performance the Mazda C X thirty has class leading Torque at one hundred eighty six foot pounds and one hundred eighty six horsepower. It's got the power you need to tackle. Tricky roads and I know this from experience because I rode with Lauren Vogel. Oh go bomb of brain stuff and savor fame as we took a Mazda. C X Thirty from Palm Springs out to San Diego California and the drive goes through through desert and mountains through winding roads and steep climbs. And I can report that the Mazda C X Thirty handled beautifully. Lauren and I both let without a little bit of a laugh as we took a curve felt the thirty flawlessly glide through it we had plenty of accelerating power to pass vehicles when needed and we never once felt like the road was throwing something at us that the thirty couldn't handle it was a truly remarkable drive through gorgeous landscapes. While on that drive arrive. We also experienced the thirties safety system on purpose. I should add at one point when we had a clear road. We gently guided the X.. Thirty thirty close to the edge of the lane as we started to pass over it. The Lane. Keep assist feature activated and provided just enough feedback to guide us back into the lane without it feeling feeling like the car was trying to take over..

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"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on TechStuff

"Two thousand nineteen to check out out there cars and specifically to get some hands on time with the C X thirty. SUV and that included the chance to record an episode on the show floor inside died six thirty and I was talking about the concept of human centric design specifically within the context of designing vehicles and even more specifically glee the six thirty. So what you're about to hear is the audio from that. It was recorded on Friday November. Twenty second two thousand nineteen from the Mazda booth at the L. A. Auto. Oh show you'll also hear some audio from a separate conversation with Dave Coleman who's an engineer at Mazda he's with their research and development division and he talks in more detail about the kinds of decisions that go into creating a specific experience which is kind of at the heart of the philosophy of human centric design. Fine there couple of other notes WANNA mention before we jump into this. I is that this episode was recorded. Live in the Los Angeles Convention Center. And so it's not going to sound like the studio recordings you'll likely hear a lot of extraneous. Sounds even comment on it. At one point another is that you may here some other familiar voices. When we get to Dave's discussions because Lauren Vogue Obama brain stuff and and Savor and Jack O'Brien O'Brien miles gray of the daily Zeitgeist? Were also there at the show so day are occasionally chatting as well you might hear their voices and I will be popping in from the studio as in from where. I'm recording right now. A few times to help kind of bridge a few gaps between Dave's discussions and the episode. I recorded so so with all that business out of the way. Let's hear that intro all over again so take it away past Jonathan. Hey there and welcome come to tech stuff. I'm your host Jonathan Strickland. I'm an executive producer with iheartradio and I love all things tech and ladies and gentlemen I Having quite the experience right now I know a lot of you listeners. Out there you like to listen to me while you're in your car. Well guess what I'm recording this from inside a Mazda C X thirty at the L. A.. Auto show yeah for ones. I'm talking to you in a car. Let's just a just hanging out together for awhile. L. Shall we so today. I have the incredible opportunity to talk about the philosophy behind human centric design. Now this is something. I've always been fascinated by it. Something that applies to all elements of design. No matter what you are. You're trying to create but I'm specifically going to talk about it in the context of the Mazda C X thirty because I happened to be sitting in the front seat of wine and it is uh Oh so comfortable this is actually Tari. I don't know where you are right now but the seat is really good. So if you can talk Mazda and find out how to get the seat in the studio to be just like this one. That's great and if you don't you're fired okay. So I want to talk about the general principles behind design in the first this place in the world narrow it down you guys know.

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"mazda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mazda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"mazda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mazda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The Mazda c x five or Mazda c x nine is whimsey Mazda on route seventeen scenic Bergen county New Jersey dealer rate on the best muster dealership in New Jersey. How did they do that? They'll express buying experience. No waiting around you, get your prices and payments right away. There's lots of choices for Nobel drive SUV, but the Mazda c x five is a great choice. If duty to third vote seat through a bigger family. The most ac- nine is a premium SUV for you, folks. Visit Ramsey Mazda for your test drive today during the president's day event. Visit Ramsey Mazda for your test drive today. Special offers available to qualified buyers subject to primary lender approval all cost to be paid by consumer except for taxes license and registration sale. Ends two twenty eight nineteen. Seventy seven WABC. Well, we're looking at some heavy traffic here on the Long Island expressway from the Lincoln parameters traffic center on Jay tra- lace. There's an accident on the westbound in queens, right around eightieth street. Got a big jam up here west of the ally from the Grand Central Parkway out to eightieth street. Eastbound Eli he actually moving well through queens in the Bronx traffic on the northbound digging at the moment from Yankee Stadium up to the George Washington Bridge. Westbound cross Bronx actually in pretty good shape. Is reporting on the port Washington branch. They're using buses to transport riders between hicksville in Mineola during the midday hours. So crews can make repairs from last night's crash, and there are delays on the porch. Jeff fan, the Ronkonkoma branch east of hicksville. I'm Jay delays from the legal parameters traffic center. Shop.

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"mazda" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"mazda" Discussed on Car Talk

"Eight two double five. Hello, you're on car talk. Hello. This is Brennan loydell Brent high Brandt. Rondo. No, Louisville Kentucky. Yeah. So what's up? Well, I have a problem with a ex girlfriend's ex RX seven Mazda emphasize ex there on both of those cases. So she's girlfriend anymore. She doesn't have the car anymore. It's more than that. I you. Go ahead. I'll show you. Yeah. Okay. Well, this car had been flooding in couldn't it wouldn't start. This is a a row Cortez rotary engine. Of course, how old americ- seven is it. This is an eighty six seven g LX. It's wasn't very nice sports car until I put my hands on it. Oh, that's and that's why ex-girlfriend I'm beginning. We'll get to that. Wouldn't start. So I tried several things I I I took the plugs out there wet, and of course, they were were and I dry them off with me and put them back in starting fluid. So the next thing I did is I said, well it's getting too much fuel. I wonder where this coming from. So disconnected the wear harnesses from the two injectors and tried it again, I would start. And then I went looking for a cold start. Injector? Course, I don't know anything about these. You're on a roll rate. You're on a rule. I wouldn't have been so quick to dump you. I couldn't find one. I so I thought well I'm gonna I'm gonna stop the fuel from getting this engine. The fuel line. Well, I disconnected the fuel line vice. All right there at then. I. Yeah. I got in the car, and I just I wanna make sure feels come out. So I turn ignition over and looked at. No, no feels coming out that hose. Fire extinguisher handy while you. Cranked it over in a head the technician wires a little too close. Burst into flames. Chemical reaction started. Yeah. Called explosion fire. Did you say Hon, you your car was involved in the chemical reaction? Well after the trip came and put it out there there really wasn't much left except the back tires so fire. You didn't like try to get into the car and turn off the ignition? Switch turn it off immediately jumped out and dropped hood. But it was too late and back my car out of the way. I. Car parked right in front of that was good. You got yours. Out of the way. No since burning up to cars to train. There is a line of cars down the street. I ran from house to house, and no one was home, you know, during the work day and from watch to watch for ten. Even when I grab the neighbors hose and it the short by about thirty feet. After that. I went home and got cleaned up. And I took my title out my Mazda sign the back of that Susan needed a car. So I give her your car. I gave her my car. Oh, what a dope. She didn't take it which was kind of nice. She does driving now until she gets money from our insurance company. So what can we do to win her back? Well, I really don't know if I want to do that..

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"mazda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mazda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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