35 Burst results for "Monterey"
Wildfire near California's Big Sur forces evacuations
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Pats shut down Darnold, Panthers, cruise to 24-6 victory
"J. C. Jackson returned one of three Sam Darnold interceptions for an eighty eight yard touchdown as the patriots defeated the Panthers twenty four six Matt Jones overcame two early turnovers and threw for one hundred thirty nine yards and a touchdown rookie running back from Monterey Stevenson had one hundred six yards from scrimmage before leaving the game with a head injury Damien Harris and hunter Henry scored touchdowns as the five and four patriots improved to four now on the road Carolina's Christian McCaffrey ran for fifty two yards and had fifty four receiving yards in his return to the lineup but the Panthers fell to four and five I'm Dave Ferrie
"monterey" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"monterey" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"How are you today? I'm good. Tired so much stuff so much news. That's crazy, isn't it? It really is. I mean, it's all very exciting, but it's a long man. I just, like, this okay, here's some behind the scenes stuff king. We're recording this on Monday. The day that all the reviews dropped for the new MacBook pros and I woke up today at like 7 and just watch them for an hour. Watch them. You know? And then we're gonna time travel to later this week after Stephen has had one for a couple of days. You're not going to hear us. We're going to talk about MacBook pros, but only after Stevens had one. Mine thanks to partly all of the people in the forums is not now not going to come until December. We can talk about that later, too if you want. But the steam is getting one this week. So we'll have on the ground, time traveling and experience with it before the end of the show today. But anyway, it's very exciting day. So it's fun. In fact, we're going to do that for more power users today. We're going to talk about the computers that we wanted the most. The ones we were most eager to get in our lifetime. And this is not limited to just Apple products, Steven. So I don't know what that means for you. But I got some thoughts. I mean, I really want one of those cool original Pixar render computers. You know, looks like it's made out of sandstone, but okay, but let me just be clear for the rules. I know that you have a lot of shows that involve rules. But this one. I do. I do like tools. This is more power users is not about the epic computer museum, computer you're looking for one that represented an age because I know you have those two. We'll do that someday. But this is the one in real time when it came out. You were willing to sell a kidney to get it. You know, that kind of computer. So we're going to talk about those. Also, before we get into it today, I am going to be doing a webinar about focus mode and how I use it. But I'm still working with a couple of people that are helping me to figure out exactly when that will be. It's going to be probably 7 to ten days after this show publishes. So we'll put a link in the show notes. I'll have it all set up by the time the show publishes. I don't know when it's going to be my guess is it'll be like next to Wednesday or next Thursday is the show publishes. But I've been spending a lot of time with focus and what we're going to talk about it today too, but I'm going to do a webinar show you exactly how I'm using it. So if you're curious about that, it's free, come in and check it out. Okay, so we have a couple of orders of business today. We have the new pros like you said, but also we're recording this as macOS Monterey, macOS 12 is rolling out. So we're going to do our annual tradition of talking about macOS Monterey, and you know, you've always listen to Mac power users as a podcast, but one of the things David and I are going to begin to experiment with is a Mac power users YouTube channel. So for now, it is basically episodes of the show uploaded to YouTube, but we do have some plans to do some other things. And so this is totally experimental, totally not committing to anything major at this point, just kind of feeling it out. So there will be a link in the show notes to go check that out. Yeah, so we have a YouTube channel and I think one of the things I'm curious about is taking small bits of the show that are particularly useful or helpful. And doing some kind of like maybe animation behind them are just a screencast or something to show what we're explaining. Where they would be small, snippets of show on YouTube. And we're going to put the all into that one feed as we figure it out. And if you guys have ideas, the forums is a great place to let us know. Just understand what we can't do every idea. A lot of people have ideas. We got to figure it out. But that's something that we're starting and it's kind of fun with the show that's now. I think something like 12 years old, we are now, but that we're coming up with some new stuff. So check it out. All right, so let's get into macOS. Like I said, we cover all these new releases. They are annual. So we get to do it every fall. I've got some links in the show notes. Just kind of general links about Monterey, including David, you had some thoughts on your blog about it, including a feature that I had totally missed with the tiled windows thing, so I want to talk about that. Okay, sure. We also have our friend John Voorhees. He does a review at Mac stories every year. So that is in the show notes. And then I have updated my macOS screenshot library to include I don't even know how many it is like 200 screenshots of Monterey. It's pretty similar to Big Sur in terms of visuals, but you know, I like to keep that for historic reasons. Do you want to spoil the real quick here? Because I have a thought that I think kind of overrides this whole conversation. I have a hypothesis. Okay. Go for it. I feel like this is a snow leopard year that Apple is not saying that. When you look at the features, they release. And if for folks who are newer to the Apple, ecosystem, many years ago, Apple had the leopard release and they had what they called the snow leopard release, and they got on stage and said this year, the new features there are no features. They spent the whole year of fixing bugs and just kind of tuning things up. And it feels to me like they did. I did add some features this year, but most of them are related to things that they added like focus mode. But largely they just made a ton of little quality of life improvements this year. There's nothing huge, but it feels very much like a snow leopard here. I mean, the betas were really stable except for shortcuts, which is a new app. And we've got a laundry list of little quality of life improvements that are showing up. They probably won't know until you go and find your way into them. But they made macOS better this year without going nuts with huge features. What do you think? Is that a good hypothesis? I think it totally is. I mean, if you look through the new features in macOS this year, almost all of them are also present on iOS and iPadOS. So a lot of the new stuff this year is further tying the ecosystem together and you think about releases like high Sierra or El Capitan. A bunch of releases over the last few years have been really focused on on that. And then you add on top of it. This is the second year of this new design. They've cleaned it up a little bit in a few places. So yeah, I think it's a little bit of a slower year. I think that's totally fine. I think it also means that if you're looking to move to this OS pretty early on, then it's a little bit less daunting than some other years. We're like, Catalina broke, you know, compatibility with 32 bit apps forever. Nothing at all that dramatic this time around. Yeah. And I really think that this is a good thing. I mean, I think for a few years, they were trying to make them Mac kind of like a copy of the iPad and the iOS operating system. I know you remember there were some really ugly years with user interface over the leather and the contacts app. So for me. All of macOS ten Lion. Basically. But this isn't that. This is saying, okay, there are some things like one of the features we're going to talk about today is the erase all content and settings button. That has been a button as existed on iPhone and iPad forever. When you want to give your iPhone or your iPad to somebody, you go to settings and then you go to erase all content and settings, and you know once you push that button, all your data is off the device..
North Korea Expands Uranium Enrichment Plant
"Photos show North Korea is expanding a uranium enrichment plant recent satellite images show the north is building up a uranium enrichment plant at its main Yongbyon nuclear complex analyst Jeffrey Lewis and two of experts at Middlebury institute of International Studies in Monterey CA in a report the expansion probably indicates that the north plans to increase its production of weapons grade uranium at the site by as much as twenty five percent the assessment comes off to the north recently raised tensions by performing its first missile tests in six months I made it long dormant nuclear disarmament diplomacy with the U. S. I'm Charles the last month
"monterey" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Monterey Park, The 10 East founded New Avenue, Grecian, the Right lane as you stop and go from the 7 10 in Hawthorne. The wreck on the 105 eastbound at Crenshaw Boulevard vehicle went into a digital that activities on the shoulder and dependable traffic. I'm Randy Fuller am 7 90 K. ABC. Good afternoon. This is Steven. Andrew here on K. Abc. 7 90 A m. And with me tonight is Debbie pain. And how are you, Debbie? Oh, I am very well. Thank you. And how are you? I'm good. I'm very good. I can tell. You are looking beautiful. Oh, thank you so much alert, And it's so great to have you here with me on the show. This is the best our of the week. Oh, my goodness. Thank you so much. Yeah. Learning all kinds of things we are. The show is called if you've just tuned in understanding your world and we are here every week. So tell your friends we are here to talk about psychological, emotional, sometimes spiritual issues that affect our lives our families in our relationships tonight we're looking at recovering from alcoholic parents. Yes, Recovery is a good word. Yes, it is. It's a very powerful words. It's trauma, right when you have when you're a little kid, and you have a one or two parents that are out of control with addiction is the trauma. It is. It is a trump. Absolutely, and recovery is a journey. It's a process. We're actually going to talk about some very specific things we can do related to that recovery. And and we're also going to look at. Maybe it was a family. If they weren't alcoholics, maybe they were addicted to something else. Maybe you had a parent that was addicted to gambling. Maybe a parent that had a sexual addiction. Whatever it could be. Maybe it could have been another kind of addiction. But when you have a parent that's totally preoccupied in their world and in their addiction. Children are traumatized because we know now through research and through growing up that it's a sense in which they feel abandoned. They feel neglected and it's it's incredible and we're going to look at not just what happens to Children. But we're going to talk about adults today. We're going to look at. What does that mean? What does that look like in an adult's behavior today at home and at work in our society? If you've had a parent that was an addict because their brains get rewired and in some ways, don't they when their Children and then you have needs and their parents are involved in their addiction? And, uh, things change in the way they their thought process and all kinds of things that's really true. Yes, they're thinking does change. In fact, we're going to be talking about how is an adult to actually change. Some of that thinking some of the patterns that we've developed that are crippling that really harm us because we as a kid have to interpret the world in some way we try to make sense of it. But as a kid, we it's incorrect. The way we interpret things. We can take things personally, It's me. It's my fault. And so we're going to look at How that kind of thinking absolutely has to change for us to function better in this world, right? And and the child doesn't really have a childhood. Yes, So there's there's that. Yes, that's right. Big pieces missing their China formative years. It is, It's huge. They missed that chance. To be a child. I'll never forget when I was in college. Um, I had a roommate and he was a couple years older than me. It was always good to have an older roommate throughout college because they would show you the ropes and say No, no, don't go there or yes, Go there. Don't miss that. Yeah, right. Don't miss that. And, um I had. He got married early, and, uh, I was still a senior, and he invited me over and he had a child. And I remember walking in the door, and this little kid was running naked around the house in circles, screaming his head off. And I was shocked at the freedom and the the wildness of his kid. And as parents how, like totally cool they were. It's just not the way I grew up. What was that? A good thing? It was a good thing. Okay? Okay. It wasn't that the parents were addicted to alcohol, and the child was running around naked and house. That's what I you know, pictured. But no, that's not it at all. He was just free. That's right. And you like to see that I That's right. That's a good way of interpreting it for my audience. Thank you. Yes, that it was actually a wonderful thing. They were great parents, and I just thought of the freedom that this child had to be a kid to be crazy versus someone who doesn't have a childhood. Who is growing up being hypervigilant walking on eggshells, not complaining. Eventually they learn to not cry and they don't get to be a kid. Right. It's so tragic, and I think it's so important for you to unpack that because there are a lot of people out there who have had one or two parents that that were alcoholics or addicts or sometimes multiple addictions. Yes, that's right. That's right. And they weren't safe that that they weren't safe as Children. They didn't have what they needed. So so let's unpack it. What happens what happens to an adult child? You know, one of the first issues that we're going to look at his chaos because if you can understand the chaos that goes on in a family things are unpredictable. Um, even the discipline the discipline is inappropriate. You could spill your milk and be screamed at and yelled at, um or you could actually do some other action and nobody cares. People walk away and don't even pay attention to you. You don't know what to expect. And so the anxiety that a little child has is so horrible. I remember one time a. A couple was on the couch, and they were arguing it was getting a little too heated. And I had to intervene. But right before I intervened, this little kid jumped up on the couch in the middle and start kicking and flailing. And so they grabbed him. And they said, What are you doing? And you're making a mess on and the child. Shows unconsciously to be in trouble. In order to stop their fighting. It worked too, didn't it? They both focused on the child and stopped yelling at each other. That's right. Right. So all kinds of things are happening right in front of my eyes. Absolutely amazing. And so what happens then? Is that When life is unpredictable. Um, you become vigilant. Even as a child, you're wondering when the next shoe is gonna drop. You're wondering what's going to happen. And the confusing thing is that You're given inappropriate attention that you don't deserve And then you're also given no attention, So it's very confusing The time that you want to have attention. You don't get it. I remember a mother telling me well in the morning when the kids relate. I grabbed them and I forced brush their teeth and I make them get ready. And then at night, I'm tired and they want me to brush their teeth. I think they already know how to burst their teeth. And I had to explain like parenting 101 to her right? I had to say they're tired, and they actually want your care. They might want you to change them and put their PJs on the little one who's three. Yeah, you know, wants your help brushing her teeth. You know she wants this nurturing in this care, and in the morning you have to get up earlier and get them up because they want to be independent, and now they want to dress themselves and try things their way she was doing the opposite. And it's just the whole parenting cycle. It's not just a a couple task a day and you're done. It's It's the whole and you need to be in tune with that. And how can you be if you're if you're high or you're drunk, or you're you know, in your addiction, how can you be in tune.
"monterey" Discussed on CarCast
"So what else thoughts. I you know we saw a couple of cool car. Debuts that were up there touched on a few of them on social media. And i talked a little bit about it earlier this week on a podcast but anyway i just i the sorry i just want to say if you guys look up Peter clute cobra. And you look up that. Ats twenty five hundred. Yes you will see like by the way both you know one thousand nine hundred sixty six or whatever for. Ats six four. Sorry sixty four. They're both mid sixties cars. You're going to see the best. America has to offer in the best europe has staff. I posted the pictures of the. Ats on on my instagram social. It's a red car you'll see. It's very very unique. Yeah acura announced the the type s six hundred horsepower. That will be a limited production. It'll be the final anna sex in this current lineup at six hundred horsepower hybrid and then at the end with a really really cool light. Show that they put on with drones. They they tease. The acura. integra is coming back. That was very very cool to see new lamborghini. Coon tash eight hundred three horsepower. Hybrid lot a lot of talk online about this car. People in people say oh in person looks better than the photos and people are saying that they don't like it. Some people say they do like it. I'll say that. I think it's kind of cool. I think you liked it by can keep in mind that our first impression was we saw it in person first and then we saw the photo. So we talk with the guy and we went to the auctions as well by all of this is going to be on our show going racing. The first season where we did a lot of good stuff is up now you can binge on pluto and all the stuff we just filmed. I believe is going to be season. Two in november chassis channel. Six seven a lot of good stuff a lot of real behind the scene stuff that you just don't get a chance other. There's no other car shows that do that kind of stuff. I had fun with it. During this outing. Monterey i think just maybe a little bit fewer people on the schedule accommodating being able to go to the auctions by the way that mclaren f one twenty million dollars world record on that car just i had to come to the factory to pick it up divers jiggling or something..
"monterey" Discussed on CarCast
"Maybe they just mean. It's going to be a wednesday through saturday. Instead of thursday through sunday unless they really mix up the groups. Now well let me let me speculate first off we can talk to your bruce canopus. Patrick longs what other people that have a vote. Yes and are working with that. So maybe there's some influence peddling and but here would be here would be my speculation The big day the track would be saturday in that. In that case the mark is llama. Hundred years lama right. Well the big derby now. Friday well hold on okay. I think i think the big day would be saturday saying i'm not. I'm not saying everything got slid back. I'm not working under the auspices. What what i'm saying is friday's a weekday. That the track is is is crowded on a friday. But it's more crowded on a saturday. Despite the one day saturday ticket some a lot of people work on friday. It's not everyone's that everyone takes a week off for a week. So i think the big day the track would be saturday. Yes twice attendance wise. I think if the marquee is llama and all the lamar cars are in my run group and elsewhere that they would focus on having those cars. Go off on saturday in prime time. Yeah so so to speak. They they probably wouldn't want with lamont as the marquee. They probably wouldn't want you know. Bunch of five tens and am. Jeez and you know. Rather other non whatever's going to run group. That normally goes off on sunday afternoon. I don't think they'd want that at two o'clock on saturday afternoon. I i agree. I think they need to put a little thought into it. But you're right you're run. Group is a very popular to watch run group after that is the big transam cars. The muscle cars. That's poplar. it's cool to see the f one cars like those are the ones that i think the spectators kind of would like to see so. Those are the for lack of better from those of prime time right and the prime time needs to be saturday. So right i guess we'll see how it goes or look. Maybe maybe quell just says. Hey quells on thursday. The maybe everything gets you. Maybe a little bit. You know who knows. Maybe we get Bring a five ten out there. I think of that too. That could be conical although the theme next year being take. You don't have a choice no you'd have to you got to bring to. Yeah that's that's how he'd have to do after nine thirty five and and and one of the five ten speed racing cars. What kind of is jim farley. Ford is out there run. It is cobra mickey thompson cobra with the hard top And then yeah. He was in The the boss to yeah he was. He was working hard at the track. Yeah and he was doing pretty well and tell the like pretty much. The end of both is run groups. I think one the spun the cobra out and then the other probably had some. He had some mechanical issues but at the very at the very end but it was also a funny because the first thing they said to me was you've got to take your number two karm make it twenty one and then i had this happen a couple of times. I've had it happen at coronado up. I've had a couple of times. I've had to modify the the number on the car and i always just cry like a stuck pick. I'm like come on you. It's too so there's a mustang in this group that's number two. What's got transponder. Figure it out you know my cars. Pink and white other cars probably black and just figure out and so i was like is this. Is this necessary in modern times. You know what. I mean like you know you go to the airport. There's there's fifteen you know. Airbus's that are all owned by american airlines. We don't have to put numbers on them. Keep track of them figuring out right on them. You know so. I was bellyaching about that. But then at the very end of the day on saturday when we're watching jim farley transam race and Our friend patrick long got put into one of those cars chip congress car. Yeah car but more. I think the orange says our school bus yellow but the cars look orange but anyway whatever there were two of them out there maybe even three and for the entire race. Yeah i was watching it. And we're like which ones patrick and he's in the fifteen. I've no but there's another fifteen the same car orage and then the leaderboard up on the show up on the the christmas tree was like fifteen fifteen a. as in fourth or fifteen and third and they're both running like second third third four all and we're just sitting there going which ones patrick and nobody knew and even at the end of the race because i was like i watched a little of it online. It's like the announcers for like who's in the lead. We don't know member fifteen. We're not sure which car that is. So all the complaining. I did really kind of bit me. Ask them right at the end there. Well here's what i would say. Well it's the same exact car you could do it in a in a b. or one one or something right okay. So here's the new addendum. If in fact they're both bud more transam mustangs and then. They're both the same number. Then you must do. Yeah or even if it's the same make or body style but if some guys running a deacon monza i'm running a porsche no neat right i you mentioned before you you know adam and the the number two white porsche and so and so in the black interscope nine thirty five number two for something like that. it's not real. we could literally not figure it out. We could figure it out and then there was some sort of. I don't know kerfuffle toward the end and nobody really knew what was going on with those cars because i watched the tape patrick long just kind of pulled over the top of the but that everybody kinda stopped behind them now they he felt that way but they kinda he let like four guys go asked him then he was he driving by at some point. I don't know he he was. He won from twenty-seventh he drove up to the lead on the very last lap and realized that he was going to win the race. And i don't think they wanted a ringer winning the race. I don't know what was he was just testing the car. He wasn't even really in the race. He didn't qualify to get in there whatever he just whatever he was heading up the hill toward the corkscrew and he just sorta pulled over to the left and four cars. He wasn't waving. And you don't first off when you're racing and you pull off the racing line and slow down dramatically. You don't need to waive anyone by they're going. They're going to say he's going fast so even if anybody hesitated a little bit he kind of got the feeling. And there's mirror like why's everybody could have been two guys behind him who did slow down and there could have been four guys. It kind of went around. But they went around. And the gyn like notchback. Mustang may one thing or maybe maybe a charger or challenger. I can remember anyway. It was great twelve seconds. I got a pretty good about himself. As i just passed. I'm gonna win. It was exciting..
Harper, Phillies Hold Off Dodgers 2–1 To Avoid Sweep
"The Phillies of literally three by the Dodgers as a salvage the final game of the three game series with a two one win Philadelphia put away for good in the bottom of the first inning a solo home all from Bryce Harper it's a big one you never want to stretch your own park and it's a good job just you all there they played us well the last two days and then that sort of small the days are also for Harper was twenty first home run of the season the filter number one in the bottom of the fourth one RBI single from Monterey is Archie Bradley was couldn't with the wind H. Kennedy picked up the save Mitch white took the loss for the Rogers who snapped a four game winning streak Michael Luongo Philadelphia
"monterey" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"He's in cape cod somewhere today here. Brian thompson. Welcome sir you ball welcome everybody. Thanks for tuning in yes. I am in province massachusetts I love being here because of the light is so beautiful in electric at certain times a day but bringing flight. You have a very special guest today. Rick who actually represents artists. Who work on i would call we holding the masters of light also does a number of things but one of the things i'm really fascinated about not only are the artists represents but also he helps people with recovery from addiction. A really well rounded guidance. Doing a lot for different parts of our community but today rick is here to talk about the concord and mistero Which is in the monterey. And welcome to the show. Rick it dude. I'm glad you're here Especially today is the day of your concourse. Why don't you give people a little synopsis of what is it. Sure will a few years ago. Three years ago. I was asked by the club members to put on a on a car show. You know moderate hard week is Is something that is no worldwide. Capacity era launches car week ten days. By the way. You know. When i i my wife and i went on our first date. Nineteen seventy nine and We went to the conqueror at pebble beach in august. Nineteen nineteen seventy nine and at that time Car weekend was three days and And it was easy to get into Simple you know you pay your thirty five dollars you go grab your blanket. Sit out on the long watch. Cars go by at and that was it. That was our first date so great for set. Hopefully she's a car person style. I must've been something he was. He wasn't the but i knew right away that she was kind of person. I could spend the rest of my life with so we went on our first date on sunday. August nineteenth monday. We talked on the phone for two and a half hours tuesday on the phone. I asked her to marry me. Oh my god. I love that. Mainly what romantic story. Forty two years ago and bow and so here we are a little anyway. I really exciting. So you know here we are. It's a now a ten day. Events carbon attended the Concord passenger launches are made on august fifth this year Which is the press party. That will happen in just a few hours just before that happens. We have fifty shows in cars by the jury that will be leaving the courtyard pasadena and driving to the track and doing two laps around the track at laguna..
Apple Plans to Scan US iPhones for Child Sexual Abuse Images
"From the very beginning if not right after That's why we're happy to offer patriot. Loyalty rewards you can get a unique sticker mug t shirt or hoodie. Every three months as long as you stay a patron at our top four levels each one has unique art from len peralta featuring the seven year anniversary logo. You can get the details by looking at the tier descriptions patriot dot com slash. Dt and all right yesterday we mentioned at the very top of the show quickly that johns hopkins university professor matthew green and received confirmation. That apple was planning to do on device scanning for child abuse. Materials apple has confirmed that plan now and released more details about what it calls expanded protections for children. Let's look at what it actually does and some of the reactions from the security and privacy community to main features will become part of fifteen mac. Os monterey and the next ipad os watch os. this autumn. They are both in attempt to combat child sexual abuse material which is being referred to in a lot of the documentation and reporting a c. Sam keep in mind. Most all cloud services microsoft google and more scan user uploads in the cloud once it's in the cloud and on google server or microsoft server amazon server. They will scan for illegal content. Like see sam. Apple doesn't do that and isn't going to start doing that. Because apple users encrypt files before they get to the cloud so to scan for c. Sam uploaded i cloud photos. Apple is going to implement something called neural hash. Which will work on your device without decrypt images. You'd be saying how's that work. Here's how it works. A hash number is created for every image to be uploaded. Die cloud photos. Lot of you know what asked number is but it's essentially a number that can be created without viewing the major decrypted. It's math if you're up on cryptographic techniques apple is using private set intersection sturdy. Researchers generally agreed that
"monterey" Discussed on CarCast
"Somewhere x. Most of them were are alexander's only driven to. I've never driven one guy here in town. The has one and drove it out to malibu for coffee leaks. I mean yeah. I sit see that that car right right like that's an awesome car. It's a race at the end of the day. But it's a little kind of noble kit. Karsh looking right. It's got a little bit of that. It's got a little noble to buy and when you find out what it is. Yeah so the full carbon monocoque and everything. Yeah it's pretty. It's the engine. Yeah yeah that's such a cool. So what engine. Isn't it think that one's got the v twelve the x. The issue twenty so supposed to have. Oh yeah so. It wouldn't have the long rear end with the six. Yeah exactly right. They should only so was supposed to have the v twelve. Yeah and so my thing with the to twenty is it got out of the gates because of the v six and jag is you know. I mean jags. V twelve company and also straight six company but the the v six kind of caught people off guard and got a little stink on it now with the ford. Gt and the g six of the v6. People are over over the kind of stigma of it like you can't be a super car. It's got to be sex now. It can be a supercar with a with a visa and this. I'm still kind of bitter and disappointed. Ford for doing that personally. Performed phenomenal car tag is cool. There's no way you roll up anywhere and someone says that's a jag right like that's kind of the point but i don't think you get that in the extra two twenty either. Don't it's more identifiable like you guys are kind of in the same neighborhood so when you guys move cars around for photography sometimes i see somebody rolling around in like an extra to twenty or something and i know you guys photograph that x j two twenty in in In race trim as at that. Maybe the sleeper car that that's pretty awesome thing and it's probably got lama history based on that collection. I think history where euro goodyear a- racist. That is sexy car right. Yeah yeah yeah all right so then. The question is vile dozen if something if if if you take a car like the mclaren f one and you know this dig up a million bucks a year or something. I mean it's just been going bananas d. do you think like veered investor. Do you go. Oh this is gonna keep going bananas or do you go. This is kind of a frenzied feeding frenzy here. But it's going to come down to earth a little bit. So i think they've kind of stabilized in the past three years or so the f ones they've kind of hung in that eighteen to twenty range I think there's room for those to go if you look at kind of their the to contemporaries are the mercedes c. okay. Gt are and the money and cool. Those cars have come up a lot in the past. They deserved it though You know the the production numbers are significantly less than the death. Ones call it twenty five each one of those you know and Cotr is pretty difficult car to drive though like the f. One you hop in that you can go like it's not crazy. Mercedes super wise. it looks like I mean it's a race exactly put rice plate on and the gt one is a little easier though in. Get those cars ones over two million bucks now. See okay g. tr's ten million like you know in. It's based on a. I think a little bit on the usability there but those cars you know the cotr's for four million bucks three years ago so they've doubled in the past three years enough. One hasn't moved relatively so it's hard to believe like you look at a car the f. one as cool it. Is you look at it and go. This car is going to be thirty. Million dollars i think so. I think that the f. one is dragging up those other car. That's that's what. I agree with that. You know. if you look at the three i call it. You know when you really want to talk about. The three best cars ever made in kind of the three most sought after cars. You can an alpha eight. See you'll get to fifty gto and you'll get a mclaren f one. The first two that i mentioned are significantly more than the f. One anything think time goes on you know some of the value may come out of those other two and go into the f. One even yeah no. Gto's this year at monterey as best. I bet no memory serves. Yeah all right. Let me hit air med. Care network one more time. Health insurance doesn't always cover the full cost of an emergency medical flight even with comprehensive coverage you could get.
"monterey" Discussed on CarCast
"Tax. We're we're talking go chris. We just want your honest opinion. I think that's in one of those vince on this. Is i think you're right. Yeah i i had heard that the point is well it's mid sixties and i think if memory serves it. Is this the first one debuted at lamar with that and the italians. Bitched can't do that. Well i mean just to show you that brock was you know all show but i'll go is well. You know what i mean like. It wasn't just an aesthetic for him. He was. He's a true pioneer Do we have max paddison pictures of the nine eleven. Ask which were working on now. I think that my favorite part of Monterrey's somehow is prepping the car to go to iran. Not sure why enjoy that process so much. We we might wanna get alexander's estimate on the car before we bring it just in case it really good number. Just drive it from the track. Yeah the auction. The auction late edition. Here we go. You don't recently ran ranch good. We don't typically get those. It's usually the ones that stopped running on the track that they want to sell. Well it's we've rerouted the exhaust because it wasn't period correct So shawn's been sown await the headers over there. I is figuring that out which is nice. Wasn't supposed to come out sort of tandem in the middle. I dunno at some point that happens so we spread it out sorta like an ara sar or are as it was back bag and the shiny like already made a jig from one of the headers and he was getting it all. Yes so we're we're bringing its straight out the back versus. We looks good. Yeah we asked up the center. It had to cut out in the center. It was center exhaust notched so we had to quickly change it back. Yeah i like I i you know. Pink doesn't seem like a great color for a live around a car. But if you look at that car it's kinda good lookin' scott kinda kinda funky kind of got the seventies vibe you see in what's interesting is our s our rear fenders but not the big front fenders and it just looks like you're gonna get so much rear traction and i feel like that i laugh is going to be a bit of a learning curve. Have you driven it yet now. So he's going to go to home depot later so a run. yeah well. that's what thursday practices for. Although i may bring this up at the driver's meeting which is hey all the assholes and my run group let's get fucking black flag during thursday's practice because they're all driving just like that and they're all driving their drive. The cars they drive every year. I always bring something new. Yes i'm like. I'm gonna you know. We're not racing. I'm just trying to down myself in here. A little bit on thursday. We'll get ten maybe twelve laps in and then we can come. Back on. Friday in qualify. But the guy is. I run with some of those guys are such assholes that they go out on thursday and they start racing right right right from fucking jump street and then someone gets into somebody gets off the track or something and at some point that like i ever. Everyone back are all right. Forget sometimes too like you barely up to temperature and these guys are going ballistic. And i get it. They wanna get their house off and everything but this race the clock or something for a practice session. It's not gonna do anything. All the other ones are race qua- qualifying races qualifying race. Whatever so let's not get black flagged. Let's let's let's get our ten laps in. Let's get up to temperature. Let's let's shake these cars out and then then friday morning. Yeah i'll say there's an eleven percent chance of that happening which side of it eleven percent that somebody will get black flag. Eleven percent chance that your comment in the driver's media and everyone's going to be like yeah we all do that. And then then follow that role. Eleven percent said people are like. I wanted to go with that fast. Can't help black flag. Right cannot help themselves. It's worst thing. I in the morning on thursday. Just get the car up to ten for figured out. I was a couple of weeks ago. We were doing a track event with a bunch of guy it was a big group and it was a bunch of super cars and stuff like that and buddy mine shows up and he he brings you know brings the best car. They're basically and they're talking about passing. Okay you know. We're not using blinkers. Because sometimes people get confused. Let's get an arm out the window. Pass pass point by the corners This is for when someone's filling up your mirror. Yeah and you've got away by pass on straights so problem but in the corner. Let's get a point by and but he stood in the back. You know hidden said anything in this. Is you know eight thirty. In the morning he goes. Can i use my blinkers. Because what if you can't reach out your window reach out your window like if you can't reach out your window where you sitting in the middle wife one either mad. This guy is driving the whole crowd. Just.
"monterey" Discussed on CarCast
"Yeah get it. On got to get on a church getting on mandate get it on. Welcome car cast. I'm adam curl and that's met the motor raider di andrea. I'm well excited looking forward to pebble beach as tradition would have it alexander. Weaver is here of. Ram sotheby's and we're going to go over some of these Auction cars and and much more the market in general because alexander has his finger on the pulse of that patient. Good see alexander. Thanks guys you see a lot of cool cars coming up this year. Maybe we should speak in general terms before we get to Some of the patik official particulars God i was just on Bring a tray that before i came in i saw turbo supra. Maybe a ninety five one for like two hundred one grand or something There's been some Like we saw some skylines go for three hundred plus in recent weeks. Maybe one for like three thirty and the other for like three ten. These are like ninety s japanese cars. You know two hundred grand three hundred grand you know with. Not you know specific history or anything know not not owned by clark gable or anything just kind of mid nineties japanese cars that seems to be The market that seems to be climbing the fastest. It really is moving. I think honestly the stuff with with less history is better like what people really wanted to buy. Their cars haven't been modified that have had one old man owner and didn't have a bunch of gauges put on the a pillar. You know a big double deck. Cd player with a dvd screen on it and boost gauges and aftermarket wheels and vale side body kits. And all that not. They weren't cool. Yeah you know they just. Nowadays people wanna bone stock one. And that's what's with low miles and that's what's really bring in the money for that stuff right something with floor. That doesn't fall out. You hit the nas. Why are you gotta use the nylon nuts on us on this on this balts. So you've got so. That seems to be an interesting subject to me. We're you know cars at weren't formerly collector cars. I what always catches everyone off guard as time marches on. You know we're talking about cars that we think are new cars but there twenty five or thirty years old right. I still get thrown off on. Somebody goes. I've been doing this for thirty years since ninety something like ninety something feel right i always think seventies when somebody says that number for some reason but it does. Throw me off your your point about something like bring a trailer. I don't know where so many people got why they held onto these cars that have nine miles on it and not just the cool cars. There'd be like this is a pontiac aztec. It's got seventeen miles on it and someone's gonna pay twenty eight thousand dollars hunt bring a trailer for it. I don't even know who bhai who who. And who buys it. But there's there's quite a few of these cars are popping up with like no mind. Well are we talking alexander. We'll know the answer. He'll help with the answer. Are we talking about car guys. Are we talking about folks that are seeing what's going on with the economy and wanting to put their money somewhere where they think it's a tangible and be appreciating. It's both i think. And i think a lot of the really astute car guys are almost standing down at this point to some of them are guys that are like the are really into it for wanting to drive. The cars really wanted to use the car's not looking at him is just investments. Are going like you know a two thousand twelve porsche. Turbo with emmanuel bring in one hundred and eighty grand. You know twenty thousand miles and no special color or anything like that they got. This was an eighty two hundred thousand dollar car a year ago. This doesn't make any sense kind of worried so there. I think we are seeing a lot of people just watching the economy. Go bonkers right now. And everybody's going all right. Well this is a good place to put their money off the inflation. All the cash out there. At least they're having some fun with stuff right. theoretically say. Try not that pressure of getting the car with nine hundred original miles from hundred ninety four. It's like you're kind of scared to take it. Take it out and have a crossover thousand. You know but let let's talk about. Some of the cars are has coming up at the top of the list. I think the the jewel in the crown this year's the porsche. Nine seventeen k. Yeah yeah and it's just the cars action our office here in la and we're really happy to have it there and it's such a spectacular thing to see in person and you've seen over the track and they just sound incredible and they're really an amazing piece of engineering and the way those motors are built and what they did in period in the history on this car with the mcqueen ties to it and and all that it's it's a really special piece and it's in the gulf livery matches yielding which you always wind. I mean there's a few of those cars and sort of funky town livery and the daleks are pretty cool too. Yeah i mean they're great and they have history and all that stuff but when you think of that car you just think about that livery. Your pure and simple. Yeah but we don't have a gulf livery car. So we might repaint the building hawaiian tropic visitors. That way to we kinda thought about bmw art carbon. Nobody hears that talented pay that way. So maybe just well. They'll i feel like warhol and all this guy just got their assistance. Ain't did one of the cool one of the cars that i don't think it's on our list but man i've been talking about is that Ferrari five twelve race car. Oh yeah yeah yeah man. I can never can't figure out if that is a car that i think is so cool or it's like you know looking at an old playboy or something like when you're in high school like is that is that my wheelhouse now but i can see where you're coming from. But we had that car out at willow springs about a month ago with john. Morton driving it Who ran it in period and that will go back in. And maybe that'll be the pages that playboy coming to life for you a little bit. But it's then you're like all right. This is unbelievable. It's so fast. Sounds so good. And john was so excited to being too when you put an old driver that was in that car period back in it and he comes out like smiling a little kid. It's just it's so exciting to see it's such a cool cool piece. It's it's just kind of it kind of has all the things that make a car. Look look good and in just just in the right period coming off the seventies into the eighties. You know as you get too far in the eighties that the look kinda suffered a little bit but those cars are so cool there. There's always been a couple those guys in my run group. I feel like in the past definitely in those guys out there and just the was it a naturally aspirated is it a is it a it must be twelve on a flat twelve twelve. Yeah the nat- naturally aspirated real photo platform. Yeah it's a flat twelve and it just the sound that comes out of that exhausted that one. He raced that car lot. And just recently did a cosmetic have raised against this specific. I'm sure i'm sure because of a there's not that many of them out there but then some of them are like in a blue livery and stuff like that but yeah this this one i race again was was in red. So that's that's a cool piece will be keeping our eye when you click through the catalog. You guys listening you. Click through the catalog. You think ferrari it's gonna look like a corvette at first glance so pay attention to the titles because it's it's pretty unique. The front end of this car is really unique. Your car has lama history right. Yes it does and you know like you were saying it does have that really long. Overhanging look like you know like like there could be a motor front as well as in the back of nissan. Honestly which the The nineties car. That you have oh yeah similar to. Yeah are the silhouette of yeah..
Route 66, the Mother Road
"From the first days we started working together. And i drove around a lot to gals in one thousand nine hundred seventy two green dotson roaming the tri county area like buzzing todd minus the corvette through santa cruz monterey and san benito counties in california we were doing oral histories and recording. Everybody who moved cowboys and fishermen farmworkers italian grandmothers. This was in the day of cassettes and as we drove around we always talked about how great it would be to document the roads inside roads. We were travelling so people could just pop in a cassette and listen to the people around them as they drove on through. We never quite pulled off that cassette idea on a large scale but when davy moved east for a while we decided to try the idea out on route sixty six. She'd be driving a lot so that was the start. It was the end of the road. It was the last days surf route. Sixty six as we were traveling. I mean just trying to follow it at that. Point was a you know you drive down. Affronted tro that was the old highway. And then it would just bottom out. And there'd be broken asphalt or cactus. So we're trying to get icon of people from each stretch of the road and mickey mantle grew up on route sixty six. He played baseball team. Known as the baxter springs with kids the scout for the yankees with dr along route. Sixty six looking for up and coming ballplayers and manel hits this home. Run across the highway. And that's part of how he was spotted. So we're going. where can we find mickey mantle. We started to kind sniff around joplin missouri. The mickey mantle holiday inn. And someone said. Oh yeah there's a golf tournament going. On and mickey mantle. One of his sons. Were playing so. I just called the golf course. Said ma'am please speak to mr mantle. Suddenly there was mickey mantle on the telephone. We explain the story to him. And what we're doing in route sixty six and agrees to meet us and poor mickey. He could hardly walk by that time has knees. Were just blown out. Sorta bandy leg walks up one flight of stairs gets in the room. He just gives me a look and he just goes hallo. Did you get my phone number.
Interview With Actor, John Cho
"How's it going. thanks for. thanks for coming down. Thanks for doing this. Yeah john we were thrilled when you said yes. What was it about our podcast that made you wanna come on l. a. times. It's my hometown paper. Secondly i listened a lot of podcasts. I just become really interested in the medium. And then thirdly i was Few months ago. I was listening to divvy chang's podcast and he had I can't remember the guests now. But he's had a few asian americans on and when they got into culture was so unique. Or i realized it was very foreign to hear asian speaking to one another in media and i realized also called a buddy of mine and we who had the same reaction he was so excited to hear it and it wasn't anything explicit. It was just like the tone was different. I realized also at that moment. I've been talking about being asian my whole career to white people and i thought oh i have to make a concerted effort to talk about these things that come up To asian americans. And i i would like asian americans to hear that conversation. Well we're going to start out by talking about. I guess your childhood your life. Well so your family came to the us in the seventies you grew up in a bunch of places including like monterey park and went to school in glendale what was that. Like which component of that Growing up in monterey park. I did i was there very briefly as born in seoul was there till i was six years old and then came to houston texas went to elementary school in houston then the roaming started we went to. I think seattle daly city san jose monterey park We settled in glendale so the year. You kinda went off to college was was nineteen. Ninety-two right. ninety
"monterey" Discussed on Clockwise
"Airdrop was in love with airdrop worked so well for me and then it stopped working for awhile on my sixteen inch macbook pro and i would have to force quit everything the working and then it's only just now started working again so airdrop went from something that was exciting to something that was gimmicky. So we'll see if this does the same thing Raspberry what are your thoughts. Well i've tried the logitech thing where you can have the mouse and install the software multiple computers and say where things are Am my windows. Computer magically move from the left to the right and then back again. And i don't quite know what is going on there And so that's always been a bit flaky. There's other products like synergy and so on. A lot of people have tried to ship universal controls over the years and they have failed Apple famously come later to the game than other people and then knock it out of the park now. They don't always hit home. Run but you know. Maybe they've done it this time. The demo look pretty good and as somebody who has to machine sitting on her desk most of the day at the moment it would be really handy for just you know i need to reply to so and so about this thing that they sent me an i message on my personal machine and then go back to my work mac And be done with it without having multiple sets of mice and track pad break. I find this hilarious fascinating bananas. All of those things. My favorite bit in this is when he craig had the three one three devices row and he drags it file from the one all the way the right and then cast of course has to go through the one in the middle which just feels like showing off right. This could this device. It's not going to do anything with that. It's just passing through I i cannot tell. I honestly don't know if this is just some ridiculously over engineered thing that they decided. Well we can do this. We should do it or whether it has genuine utility. I just don't. I'm not sure like i'm trying to think of use cases i mean i love the fact that according to the specs like you can be up to like thirty feet away from the other devices. Which sounds hilarious. Like really look forward to like my wife using the ipad like on the couch. Why grab something. I don't know. I think this feature is is utterly ridiculous and it's yet to be seen whether it's in a good way or just a way where it's like this is just silly. Just send airdrops someone a file or something like you've been doing for the last five years it works just as well and i think you know as corey pointed out stuff that just works great when it when it does and really really annoying when it doesn't and you can't figure out why like mike my problem my Bear is the the clipboard universal clipboard. Which doesn't work for me anymore. It did for a long time and now it just doesn't and you know what you can't explain why you don't know how to fix it. So that's i kind of feel like my worry about this. Corey went to wrap up here. So i mean exciting to me but it does depend on how it works in my use case and the reason where this i went. Wow during the keynote was. If i'm sitting at a coffee shop and i have my laptop and i have my ipad now. I no longer need to carry an external keyboard or i no longer need to have some thick case. That has a keyboard attached to it. So i can use my ipad when it's when it makes sense. He's my ipad. And i can use my laptop when when it makes sense to my laptop. So that's that's feature number one number two the ability to share things supposedly hopefully cross fingers seamlessly between ipad. And mac. I mean you know that that right there. If those two things work it's great. If they turn into a hold down on the app icon starts to wiggle and then magically put it in the exact perfect place wherever you needed to go. Then i'm going to. I'm not going to be as happy. 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"monterey" Discussed on Clockwise
"I just like give up so i'm really hoping that shortcuts mac means that i'm going to be able to take advantage of not only some of the workflows that i already have but also things that i want automate on my mac exclusively and i know my colleague jason snell said he ran one of his iowa shortcuts on the the beta and it just worked it just worries. I didn't have to change literally anything. Well that is exciting because to me. That means there's a possibility that a lot of the things that i am already using to automate my life on my phone or on my ipad going to seamlessly. Make that jump to the mac. So yeah i'm really excited about it. I think it's the thing that i'm most excited about. About checking out when when i eventually install the betas because let's all agree that's going to happen sooner or later corey. What about you. So i'm very excited about this Primarily because my brain works differently. When i'm sitting in front of my mac than it does when i'm in front of my ipad so i've i've dabbled with shortcuts on the on and on ipad. Os and things like that. And it's fine. I get things to work in everything. Kinda does mostly what i wanted to do. After nineteen different tries and fixing different things and following rosemary's different guides and stealing as much as i can from her. But i think i think my brain is going to engage in a different way when it's sitting in front of my mac and it's sitting in front of me so i'm very excited about it and i'm excited to see what new things it can do right. So like damn was saying automated of work with automated before and automated very very valuable and beneficial. When you get the thing up and running and you get to The thing that you want to do doing exactly what you wanted to do. And i'm excited to see what that will open up with the new technology the new hardware and how those things it was not my favorite thing from. Wkbd this year but my favorite thing is coming. When it's for the topic so pause and hold that for you. So mike you're up honestly roseberry. This is a very tough question. Because i think there's there's so much and i do have a special is. My heart was shortcuts on the mac. Because it makes me feel closer to you and to matthew But the one that i'm going to mention is kind of a it's a side feature that Kind of got missed. I think for some folks and it is an update to find my Which is apple's sort of network for find my devices wear If you're running iowa fifteen and you have Activation locked turned on on your different devices. Even when the devices are powered off and this is specifically M one devices. And i'm not sure if the the mac if mo and max will do it but Sorry so apple. Silicon devices like iphone ipad even if they're completely turned off or erased you can still use the find my network to locate your devices and that is so cool. I don't know how many devices are are stolen on a given day But i had my ipad pro stolen one time in san francisco and By the fact that it was Cellular model that got into a place where there was no cellular connection and that it ran out of battery. I was unable to locate it after that point. And so knowing that even if my phone you know even if the bad actor turned it off or did something to To reset it or or completely flush it It could still be tracked. I think is really neat feature. So it just makes these devices even less Interesting for people to try and and And snag and i think that's a pretty cool thing. All righty rosemary. Why don't you around us out. So i am excited right shortcuts on the mac. If anybody didn't guess that then minus minus one point how foolproof Sorry ho bustle really. Do love you But yes i am going to be using it. I'm very excited by it. I am a little bit worried about Actions Transitioning where developers have got separate applications. So we've already seen this with some apps like say Things where they've got a separate iphone ipad app so they have separate shortcuts actions. So they have to. Do you have to do like the split. But you know you can handle all of that in shortcuts itself you can say if And and so on and check your device type so and so. I think it's all going to be manageable. There's plenty to be excited about And the fact that these things are working and running is great. They are not working and running on the intel macbook air that i sacrificed to the monterey gods but you know i'm gonna try an update and see what happens and Yeah already folks. Well that brings us to halftime. So we'll take a quick break. We come back with more..
"monterey" Discussed on Clockwise
"I wanna your hosts mica sergeant. I'm joined across the internet by my good pal. Good bud and oh. I've already said bud but he's also my dungeon but e it's dan more and how you doing in ding. I think my already mica. So oh no. that's a sure. What a what a terrible way to start my timer right when we're about to do a show well as we are starting this show here. I am excited to say that joining us to my left here is the co host of automakers right here on relay. Fm nested folders and my co host on ios today as well as an author and all around automations nerd it is rosemary orchard. Welcome back rosemary. Hi thank you for having me and teaching me. There's buttons to press. This is exciting and to my left this week. A first timer on clockwise tech enthusiasts engineering faculty member and host of talking to the internet. It's corey and welcome the shows. Gory thank you all for having me. This is my first live recording. Ever woo well. Just don't pay any attention to that net. That's underneath you. That's just there for safety. Already folks while we're gonna kick things off of got four thousand thirty minutes and i'm going to get going with mine. It will be a ww dc show. And i'm wondering spatial audio has officially launched in apple music Lots of playlists and things like that to check out Have you been listening to it. And if so what do you think of it. rosemary will serve you. Well i have been trying to listen to spatial audio But i've been had. I've run into a few technical difficulties First of all. I was trying with Airports that for whatever reason had not been updated And as anybody who's ever tried to force airpods to update before knows this is a long trial. isn't to gain round at turn music. I was trying to listen to was not remastered in spatial audio. So i love the idea in principle. It's sounds wonderful and amazing but what it actually sounds like to. My ears is will the same music Listening to because none of it seems to have been upgraded slash. I am struggling with it at the moment. That said i believe everything is now updated An i plan to go through the apple The music store later today and find some stuff that's been remastered and hopefully i will thanks to enjoy it. But so far. I've been doing extremely badly at rosemary. And you make a great point the this has been one of the messy est rollouts. I feel like because there are so many asterisks on. It's like all right so you can listen to these checks but not those tracks just these also you need to update your phone and you need to use these headphones or this equipment. If you're using these computer it is in some ways. The least apple launch of a product. I've seen in a very long time. I did manage to listen to quite a bit of this. And i think my overriding impression of spatial audio. It's perfect it's on some songs. it's really good. In fact the verge of a piece about this which confirm basically what. I was talking to other people about traps are really good. It makes a a really interesting way of sort of adapting music. There are tracks where that have been made are just puzzling and make songs actively sound worst just because like the wrong. Things are are like boosted. And you know you end up with this strange soundscape experience so i was listening to like trying to think what it was today. It was like a one dead or alive by bon. Jovi and i was like this doesn't sound good. I actually think. I prefer the stereo mix of this so i'm not sure that across the board. It's a great experience for everything. And i think it's because it's something that needs to be done by hand makes that really challenging and this you end up with a lot of mixes that are obviously. Somebody's interpretation of a song and you may or may not agree with that interpretation. So i think that's a little risky. I think that the this is going to re- revitalize music in the same way that hd did for tv. I think that's hyperbole. i think a lot of people are probably gonna try it for a while and then maybe go. It's fine but i'll probably just go back to stereo corey. So here's where this is my importance level. I downloaded apple music to try this out for this show right. That's how not important this to me. Because i just like music i mean i've been doing acoustics audio different things for so long in my life that i don't really care what it is. I just like to listen to it. And i like to to have that experience of listening to it. I i can somewhat tell that there's a difference with my airpods pro that the sound there's different nuances to the sound but to say that i'm going to go out and seek out that or that. It's a requirement for my listening. Now i mean. That's just not realistic. Most of the time. There's so much background noise and to anyhow. I don't know if i would. I don't have a chance to sit down and just listen to music. one thing that if you want to listen to more or learn more about this alex lindsay leo and Indian-occupied did a a really interesting breakdown of this metric weekly. So i got a lot out of that but to me to for me to go out and actually seek this out in the future. I think it's a. It's a very very long way away. My favorite part of that matt burke weekly session was andy not going. I'm just bored to death. Spatial audio on people. Talking about spatial audio. Because i totally get where. He's coming from with that. As dan pointed out that fact that everybody is trying to or that. Everybody's trying to give it a go. That is trying to give it a go but there are all of these different rules and different setups. Here's what i recommend so most people will have come across this by by now. But if you haven't there's a great little track In apple music that has A marvin gaye song and it is zane lowe walking you through the differences and because marvin gaye song is as old as it is. It's in mono and then it was remastered in stereo and the now they've remastered it with spatial audio and with that one. I could totally tell the difference. It genuinely felt like mark. Because i was using my airpods pro. Marvin gaye was whispering right in my ear and the music was behind him. But what was funny to me is that then. They did a modern song from the weekend. And i listened to that. And i said i was funny to me because there's no difference in my ears. I could not tell the difference between the two zane. Lowe's going can you tell how the base is just rattling through your chest rise and the sense rise above your head and i'm like none of that is happening. Zane lowe no so. I do agree that. I think it depends on the song I i will be interested to hear Some beyond say remastering win in spatial audio. Because she does have some songs where if it feels like. She's right there whispering in your ear with the music behind in the same way. That marvin gaye was That would be a really cool experience. So i have some excitement about it just to hear music in a different way. But honestly i think that alex lindsay Since you brought it up corey put it best in that. This is really An excitement for the music industry. Because it's a chance for them to market their back. Catalogue saying hey. This is all new. But if they're just running a processor like an automated processor sorry rosemary that Just says hey. Bring all the vocals to the foreground and put the music in the background without any other changes or choices. Then it's not going to be as good as if you do it manually. And with an artist. So i hope that some artists say no. We're not just gonna automatically enables spatial audio. We're going to make some choices about this Let us move on to our next topic which comes from rosemary. Well i apologize to all of you. Who were deafened on monday when they said the shortcuts was on the mac. I did screen. So i'm curious. Are you gonna use it. Are you excited by shortcuts. On the mac and of course. What is your favorite new thing from. Wd this year. dan. So i can't pick shortcuts for. Mac is my favorite new thing is that she joins us to your to. We can share. I think it was the one that jumped out at me. The most mainly. Because i though i am not as much of a automation expert as rosemary or our friend matthew nelly i do like shortcuts on a lot and i've gotten a lot of use out of them and then every once in a while. I've tried to do something like that on the mac and been like. Why is this so hard. And i used the automaker and i've used apple script and i've used shell scripts and keyboard meister on all of this stuff but it's always just so frustrating to think about that by the time i've invested all this energy into it. I just like give up so i'm really hoping that shortcuts mac means that i'm going to be able to take advantage of not only some of the workflows that i already have but also things that i want automate.
Tesla Seems to Be Stripping Software Features
"Everybody rob mauer here. Welcome back to tesla daily after. Hopefully a nice long weekend for many of you. I hope everybody made it through lumbar gate yesterday without tussle daily episode. If you're not sure what. I'm talking about yet with that. Will of course be discussing that in this episode. We also have updates on tusla's move to pure vision. Some i reports on how that's going a minor postponement of the platte model s. delivery event couple product updates tesla's interest in the restaurant business and a couple other stories as well. Somehow we are already now. In june tesla stocks. Starting off the last month of q down zero point two percent pretty quiet on the day to six hundred twenty. Three dollars ninety cents. That compare to the nasdaq also down slightly one tenth of a percent. We'll start off here just quickly on the lumbar support topic. This caused quite a bit of stir this weekend as somebody unread. It took delivery of a new model y and notice that on the passenger seat. The lumbar support control had been removed. So that's the area of the seat that would support your lower back. Previously could move that upper down. Inter out and tesla has decided to remove that from the new model three and model. Why again for the passenger seat. Only driver seat still has the control so understandably pretty disappointing for a customer to have to find that someone was expressing disappointment on this on twitter. Saying they don't like the direction tesla's going raising prices of vehicles but removing features like lamar for the monterey on top of rumors of fasd increased to fourteen thousand dollars without any real added features do fasd. Unless you're a beta tester. You lana plant that saying quote moving. Lamar was removed only in front passenger seat of three slash. Obviously not there. In rear seats log showed almost no usage not worth cost slash mass for everyone when almost never used prices increasing due to major supply chain price pressure industry-wide raw materials especially and
Jay Helfert's Journey to the World Series of Poker
"On our last interview with you was almost all of the game of pool but you also are poker player a win. Did you learn poker in. How'd you get good at it. I started playing poker when i was thirteen. Years old A bunch of buddies of mine. A date fact where i grew up in dayton ohio poker was real popular with the kids and We started a regular weekly gave when we were like in the eighth grade. I used to ride a bicycle to whoever's house was having the game and we and we played for money we played for nichols dives and quarters. And you might win ten or twenty dollars so it was a good score back then. Did you ever play the world series of poker. Oh yeah well yeah. That came much much much later. I played when i came to california. I started playing in the car groups. That were down in gardena. They used to close at four o'clock in the morning and they be closed for two hours and woken up again at six. So we go sleep in our car and then come back at six o'clock and play. My favorite rooms. Were the monterey the rainbow which were right at each other they only you could only play five card. Draw high or five cards rallo. That were the only games offered back. Then and i kind of got away from it for a few years and then when they opened up the car groups again in the nineteen eighties. Were they allowed him to play. Seven card. stud. Hi lo split. I started playing a game. Reggie regularly. But i did and i started the first tournaments. I played at la. Were probably in the mid. Nineteen nineties and I didn't play and they were one hundred two hundred three hundred dollars tournament. I didn't go to the world series of poker until two thousand and three eighteen years ago. And the very first tournament i played in was the limit holdem which was like the first heard of it back then. It was a two thousand dollar tournament so that was a big part of it for me. At the time
Wet Notes - 4-23-21
"This is wet notes for april twenty third. Two thousand twenty one here on scuba shack radio. I up just after i recorded. The last episode president biden released his two thousand and twenty two budget. Well if you're a fan of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration or noah. You'll be happy in the budget. Proposal released on april ninth. The president proposed a record budget of six point. Nine billion dollars for knowing now. How does that compare well. This year knows budget is four point. Six billion wow. that's big increase. This budget really supports taking action. On climate change protecting marine mammals the ocean great lakes and coastal communities. If you recall the previous administration has proposed cutting knows budget only to have it restored by congress. Now this is just a first step in the budget proposal. It has a long way to go to get congressional approval. But i think it's a very good first step now. Here's something that's really interesting. I read this in the cayman compass online. It's about a grand cayman. Northside family found a message in a bottle. Yeah on easter. i think it was. The family was out walking on a remote part of the island. A place called the parrot sanctuary. I think this is on the east end. Well that's where patricia dacosta her family recovered an emerald colored bottle with a handwritten message inside the note said thrown into the ocean on six december. Two thousand and seventeen somewhere between the bahamas and florida. If you find this drop us a line and let us know where it ended up. Signed by darren and shannon from evansville illinois and it gave them their email address so patricia them with the news and now darrin shannon are planning to visit grand cayman at some point as for the bottle. The dacosta family's planning to put their own note in the same bottle and send it back out to see what an incredible journey. It's here the second quarter edition of the journal of diving history magazine. It arrived in the mail just after the last show. This latest additions cover story was written by chris. Cole and it is about the divers who worked on the edgewater disaster. It was one of the worst maritime disasters in us history. I'll leave it at that and you can do some of your own research but it was a really interesting article. There's also an interview in the edition. Done by michael newdow with dick rakowski and he's dubbed. The father of nighthawks again. Some really interesting stuff. I highly recommend that you take a look at the historical diving. Society's website if you become a member you'll get the journal mail to you every quarter a pleasant surprise in your mailbox. I received an email from a friend a few weeks ago with the subject line serenity so who can't use a little serenity how about serenity now well it turns out that my friend was asked by our son to watch him cameras for a school project. These live cams were from the monterey bay aquarium so i went to the link and it took me to their landing page for nine different cameras. I'm not going to list them all right now. But you can peek. In on their penguins. Sea otters were moon jellies. There's even a camera for monterey bay itself personally. I like to observe my sealife while diving but these live cams from monterey bay aquarium can fill in and provide that little bit of serenity. Now here's something interesting. That came in from shearwater. You know the makers of the dive computers. They have a contest. It's going to be starting up. In may called the spring shopping spree and the winner will get four thousand nine hundred ninety nine dollars shopping spree at the dive shop of their choice. And here's how it works if you purchase the shearwater in april or if you buy one in may you can register for the contest with their online portal with a proof of purchase. But you don't have to buy a computer to participate. You also be able to register by completing a short fifty word essay on why you like shearwater computers. The lucky winner will be selected at the end of may. And it's another great way to support your local dive shot. Thanks your water for doing this. And finally there was a short article from patty on april twentieth about their meeting with the maldivian government to confirm the protection for sharks. There was some speculation out there that the maldivian government might be lifting the shark fishing ban in their countries waters. Well this can't be good over ten years ago. Patty along with others helped to establish this current protection so the patty staff met with the moldavian ministry of fisheries marine reserves and agriculture's lead zaha wahid. Well here's some good news here at the meeting minister while he said that they were committed to sustainable and responsible management on april twentieth the ministry released a statement that said the maldives does not intend to permit a targeted shark. Fishing in the mouth. These great job. Patty in great job maldives for protecting these critical apex predators. Well that's it for wet notes. For
San Diego Enters the Red Tier
"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.
How to Increase Sales 20% Using Predictive Analytics with John Wall
"Right. Everyone welcome to digital conversations. I'm your host billy bateman and today i am joined by podcasting legend john wall partner at trust insights and co host of marketing over copy. John thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me here billy. I appreciate it yeah. I'm really excited for this man so Before we get into it we're going to talk a lot about predictive analytics attribution the your data cleanliness within marketing. But before we get into that. Let's learn a little bit about you and what you do so tell us about yourself and a little bit about your journey. Yes sure so. I'm a partner at trust insights a marketing analytics firm. We we light up dark data which is our kind of data detectives. We help people figure out what's working in their marketing. What's not working where to go next. But my career path has been kind of crazy. I mean as far as marketing tech. i've been in the startup world since about ninety seven and have gone through. This is like my seventh startup. and we're actually three years in. I mean we're well beyond startup phase. But i've kind of cycled through a number of times and then before that. My background is actually economics. I graduated with a degree in econ. So i've always come at the marketing thing from the you know the quantitative analysis side and tried to automate as much as possible. So yeah it's been a long crazy path and a bunch of while pitstops along the way but everything with trust insights is going well and then the most of what we do at trust insights originally started when i was working with christopher penn. We started this podcast marketing over coffee about going on like fifteen years now. But we've you know every week talk about marketing and tech and that has just kind of finally gotten to a point where it's brings in clients for us for trust insights. We have a reputation as knowing about keeping an eye on what's going on in what's changing because the space is so crazy and dynamic and That has helped us build a community that were able to kind of trade ideas within could talk about. What's going on with martin and it's works. Well awesome awesome. Okay so you guys do a lot of work with predictive analytics and nice buzzword. I don't think a lot of people really know like what does that. What does that amount to in the real world. So i think what was just start there so when you guys were talking about predictive analytics what are you looking at. And what can you help. People forecast yeah. The most common thing that we did for. Predictive is topic analysis. You know we'll go take a look at grab a library of terms. Our chief data scientist christopher. Penn will run that against a number of models that he has and so the most common example that we use. We have a blog post. We update every year called the cheese report where we look at all the cheeses in the market and we come up with a calendar for the next twelve months. That says okay. These are when specific cheeses are going to be hot and moving and so if somebody who's creating content for website if you're in the cheese industry you know you know that come may and june. You'd better be teeing up all your content and videos about halloo me and i didn't even know who he was a thing until i read the cheese report and as we dug in. It's a grilled cheese so it always peaks in the summers when people are looking for louis. Recipes are wanna buy hulu me. It's because they're getting ready to throw it on the grill in july and so and then you know as you keep digging into the data you'll see mozzarella's on fire around christmas time Cheddar right around new year's as everybody's doing parties Monterey jack comes in around the super bowl when people making nachos and so the idea is that by looking at all this data and looking ahead you can't predict the future and say hey we want to drop our content on these weeks because we know there's going to be demand the week following that and you know we will have had content in place for a couple of weeks before the surge. It's you know these models can be applied to anything. I mean if you have enough sales data you can look and say you know get an idea for maybe what your seasonal sales cycle will be but we often find in. Beat a be that. There's just not enough data to really get effective models going But you know as far as applying that same model to other stuff. Women's shoes we have a client that uses the women's shoes fashion reports. So they know you know six to three months out from black friday. What's going to be hot and specific kinds of shoes and and where to go. It's and it's gotten a little bit rough You know it used to be rock-solid we kinda generate models and they would just always be you know ninety five percent greater confidence interval. You know we would just know that pretty much certain covert has kinda thrown a wrench in things. There's there's been a massive change in search behavior and so a lot of markets have been messed up so it's not as easy as it used to be. We used to kind of be able to say yeah. We can definitely do that for everything. And now a lot of projects. We'd say low will look will go in there and will run some models and we'll get back to if we think we can do some predictive because it's a lot more difficult than it used to be. Yes so with covid would what are you. Seeing is the changes and just consumer behavior since Yeah in one way. It's not radically different. Really what people have been saying. Some of the state we've seen is that it's it's as if we just jumped five years ahead you know we've kind of been on this ramp of ecommerce going in this direction and eating up one more brick and mortar and suddenly as if we just jumped ahead five years into the future because everybody now is forced to go online for purchases where there's this group of people who still like to go to you know the local big to buy stuff and now they have no choice because of the toilet paper gone or they don't want to go outside their risk or whatever so that's one thing
Wet Notes - 3-14-21
"This is wet notes on scuba shack radio for sunday march fourteenth. Two thousand and twenty one starting off today. I want to give everyone an update on dive magazine. When the pandemic eight last year it caused the magazine to suspend publication and there was a disclaimer out on our website about the magazine. Being on hiatus well. I really liked this magazine. So i went out and check their website and i did not see this disclaimer anymore. So i reached out to the editor. Catherine castle garcia to check on the status. Catherine got back to me and she indicated that they are still in a holding pattern and are aiming to start publication again in the third or fourth quarter this year in the interim catherine and her husband are working on growing their business deeply designs and they are working on a feature length wildlife film. Let's dive training magazine. Hits discreet again. This year i really enjoy that publication. Now for those of us who love going to and diving into caymans. There's hope there. It sounds like they're making good progress down in the caymans on vaccinating population and according to the premier alden mcglaughlin if the cove nineteen vaccine vaccination rates. Keep up at the space. They are thinking that they'll be able to open the borders again in either late april or early may and with the penetration of the vaccine. There won't be any need to quarantine when you're entering the islands now. This is certainly something to look forward to. You don't have to twist my arm to head down. The sunset house where little cayman beach resort in the fight against plastic pollution. Back in february the ocean cleanup which is a nonprofit that was established in two thousand thirteen with the mission of developing technologies. That will rid the world ocean of plastics signed a memorandum of understanding with thailand and that memorandum of understanding was to deploy interceptors in. Thailand's rivers now. Rivers provide the highways for plastics to enter the ocean and intercepting plastics in the river. Before it gets to the ocean is just common sense. But a complex solution the ocean cleanup interceptor program is pretty cool. And they want to expand deployments to the thousand most polluting rivers around the world. Well that's certainly some good news coming out of thailand and hopefully the rest of the world you can check them out on the ocean. Cleanup dot com last week on. Noah's ocean podcast. The show featured another noah program ocean today on this episode. Kurt man discussed what ocean today is all about. Essentially is a series of short videos. That take complex science and present them in understandable one to three minute videos they cover deep sea exploration climate change marine life and more. These videos are thoroughly vetted with scientists to ensure that they get the science right. The videos are also being placed in kiosks at the smithsonian as well as thirty four other locations. I checked out five part series on shipwrecks. Pretty cool check out ocean today. Dot noah dot gov for more while the first quarter edition of alert diver magazine from divers alert network arrived last week. And it's an incredible one hundred pages of information the feature. This quarter include sure diving in monterey bay an article on diving in la paz mexico and an article on the power of american marine sanctuaries in addition to the feature articles. You'll find all the standard stuff. Most of that is in short concise articles. The research education and medicine section is really fantastic. I love going through that. Wanted to short articles also discussed turning tank valves on all the way versus a quarter. Turn back there's so much more to absorb in this publication also. I noted in in the letters to the editor. One of our divers submitted. A letter sent to them about doing pre dive. Safety checks so alert. Diver magazine is a great benefit to your dan membership and finally. I came across an article a couple of days ago titled this net flicks. Original will make you think twice before ordering the fisher today and it was a short article about the new. Netflix documentary called c. Spiracy and that would premiere on march twenty fourth this year. The film will present the urgency of protecting the world's oceans primarily focused on the dire implications of commercial fishing. This documentary was directed by ali to breezy and assistant director. Lucy to breezy. You can go to netflix and search on c. spiracy and watch the trailer in the article. They state that twenty. Four thousand fishery workers die each year while on the job. That's a lot. I just didn't realize how dangerous the fishing industry was now. One of the quotes from the spiracy. Instagram page says this film will radically transform the way we think and act on ocean conservancy conservation forever so mark your calendars and be sure to catch see spiracy on net flicks available march twenty fourth. Well that's it for wet notes for march fourteenth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shock radio
$3 million bond for Ohio officer who fatally shot Andre Hill
"Set at three million for Adam Coy, the former Columbus police officer who has been indicted on four counts in the shooting death of an honor man. Boys defense team says the bond is far too high. The family of Victor Monterey Hill says they were hoping for no bond at all.
California to see more days of rain, snow following severe winter storm
"Dealing with a massive winter storm with howling winds and in some places several feet of snow, and it's expected to continue all weekend from intense blizzards in northern mountainous areas. Rain That's triggered months, lights and debris flows in the center of the state. California is being bombarded with nasty weather, and officials across the state are urging people to stay home. It's great that we're getting smart precipitation when company needs the snowpack, but while in the storming, we just recommend that nobody drives through the area. The rain has already triggered mudslides in Monterey County and golfing at least two dozen homes and farms and sending two people to the hospital If you get too much water, too fat Yes, it just sheds off the ground very quickly in the mountains. Blizzard like conditions have buried the area in several feet of snow battle inch dangers Considerable right now and Pretty extreme. CBS is Chris Martinez
Massive winter storm causing chaos for California
"With howling winds and in some places several feet of snow, and it's expected to continue all weekend from intense blizzards in northern mountainous areas. Rain that's triggered month slides and debris flows in the center of the state. California is being bombarded with nasty weather and officials across the state are urging people to stay home. It's great that we're getting smart precipitation when company needs the snowpack, but while in the storming, we just recommend that nobody drives through the area. The rain has already triggered mudslides in Monterey County. Engulfing at least two dozen homes and farms and sending two people to the hospital. If you get too much water too fast, it just sheds off the ground very quickly in the mountains. Blizzard like conditions have buried the area in several feet of snow battle inch dangers. Considerable right now and pretty extreme CBss quits Martinez Coming up the meeting of President Biden's
Gov. Newsom declares State of Emergency in Monterey County due to winter storms
"The legislation will be put on the table next week, and California Governor Gavin Newsom is issuing an emergency proclamation for Monterrey and San Luis Obispo counties. This is because of damage caused by winter storms last week, the storm's field by an atmospheric river weather system have caused flooding, forcing thousands to evacuate. Caltrans must form Request assistance through
2 Dead After Hostage Situation, SWAT Standoff At Texas Medical Office
"Learning more tonight after that hostage standoff at texas medical office ending with two people dead including a beloved pediatrician and mother of three. Here's abc's marcus tonight. Authorities revealing new details in an hours long standoff. That left this forty three year. Old mother of three and pediatrician debt late. Tuesday afternoon austin. Texas police rushed to a doctor's office on reports that a man now identified as dr barack narrow monchy was holding five workers hostage including dr catherine linley dotson hostages telling police now ramon. She was allegedly on a pistol and would appear to be a shotgun. He told the hostages to tie themselves up. Some of the hostages were able to escape and some of them were ultimately released. Only dotson left in the office. Negotiators tried to speak to narrow monchy. And when swat officers finally entered the building they found both doctors dead police calling it a murder suicide today. A communities pain on full display at the tragic scene datsuns family saying in a statement quote. She brightened our lives and lifted us up with her laughter which was like magic. The say the forty three year old suspect. Also a pediatrician had recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer and given weeks to live. We feel like his terminal. Cancer probably played a large part in whatever it was that occurred in his life and what was happening yesterday. David police say narrow monterey revisited. That office in the last week or two wanting to volunteer he met with dotson and others but eventually it was turned down tonight. The alleged motive in this case is a mystery
"monterey" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Monterey County's ICU. Bed Availability is a 12.8% Today. Statewide cases of the Corona virus of totaled over 1.7 million. The time is five o'clock. Coming up on all things considered. What will happen if aid to state and local governments doesn't make it into the new pandemic relief package. Last scientists and investors born outside the U. S played crucial roles in the development of covert 19 vaccines. Remarkable vindication for the argument that innovation depends on immigration uses first. Live from NPR news on Janine Herbs. The House and Senate quickly approved a two day temporary government funding bill is MPR's Claudia Gonzalez reports. They approved the measure on Lee a few hours left before midnight deadline for a partial government shutdown. Congressional leaders have struggled to reach a deal on coronavirus relief aid. Now both chambers hope another short term stopgap bill will buy enough time to pass a larger spending package. That includes economic stimulus measures. The new temporary funding bill is slated to expire on Sunday. Here's House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. We're hopeful that they will reach agreement in the near future. I am not reached one. Yet There are still some significant issues. For example, members say they're still discussing a Republican proposal. TOE limit lending programs for the Federal Reserve and Treasury Department Quite agree solace. NPR NEWS Washington The FDA has authorized the emergency use of the Moderna Covad 19 vaccine that makes it the second vaccine authorize so far joining Fizer in Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer choked up during a press conference when talking about her friend and colleague, Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon. Who died from covert 19 last night. Then where were got angry about states getting less of the vaccine than they were promised. I'm angry because people like many are losing this battle. Every single And I still cannot get a straight answer out of the Trump administration. About why Michigan, like many other states. Is receiving a fraction The vaccines that we were slated to receive. Widmaier, meanwhile, is easing up on some pandemic restrictions as the number of cases in that state falls, including reopening some indoor entertainment venues as long as people wear masks. World Health Organization is warning that the Corona virus pandemic could get far worse before vaccine start to make a dent in the crisis. NPR's Jason Beaubien says the W. H O is particularly worried about intensifying spread in the Americas. While the covert outbreaks in many parts of the world have gone up and down, the trends in the Americas, for the most part, have been steadily up. United States, Mexico and Canada are all reporting record numbers of cases and deaths and South America. Brazil has seen cases double since the start of November. Mike Ryan, the WH Ose, Head of emergency, says vaccines won't be widely available for months. Vaccines alone won't stop this pandemic. We should celebrate. The vaccines are coming. But the next 3 to 6 months are going to be tough, He says. Countries that have high levels of transmission right now can expect that transmission to intensify if physical distancing mask requirements and other public health measures aren't put into place. Jason Beaubien NPR news and you're listening to NPR news. Several high profile political leaders were vaccinated today, including Vice President Mike Pence. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Next week. President elect Biden will get his vaccination publicly in Delta in Delta, where And the Pentagon is authorized nearly 50 top civilian and military leaders to receive their vaccines in the coming weeks. One of the mainstays of the West Coast jazz scene, has died. Two time Grammy nominee Jeff Clayton died yesterday of kidney cancer. He was 65 years old as NPR's Andrew Lubanga reports, Clayton led popular bands with his brother, John, and worked wide swath of big name musicians from Lena Horne to Stevie Wonder. Whether it was with the cleaning Hamilton Jazz Orchestra or the Clean Brothers Quintet. Jeff cleans solos had a precision to them. He'd even upload videos to his YouTube channel, teaching other musicians how to organize and think about their solos because playing jazz music required That we play it again and again until we get it right. Jeff Clinton was in college in his native California when he was.
"monterey" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"So Bay. Knives You copped onto my screen about two years ago I think that's about as long as you've been around. Is that right? Yeah. Ed's physically. Yes. So the idea has been around since two thousand seventeen and we started prototyping about them but these didn't come into fruition by two years. Yeah. You're you're on it. Okay. So Monterey Bay knives, you know them for these beautiful sleek mostly up until now ray laconic designed titanium frame lock. Ud's and a lot of the ADC numbers. And then a couple recently that have gone larger, and now you are also doing collaborations a little bit further afield in Ray Tell me how how you partnered up with laconic. Oh, in how Monterey Bay Knives got started ray and I have been, we've been tight for long time. You know I met him became came into my my actual store front. You know we just we just kind of hit it off his buddies and we have a lot of mutual friends in in the industry and. You know we go to trade shows together and oftentimes, we traveled together. You know kind of started off a while back I I did a a an exclusive with Kaiser. The URSA minor in that was. Just a kaiser knife in it was is raised design and and I had approach race at a You know I think I think this would be fine. You know I think it'd be fun to an exclusive for my shop because yet you'd go for it you know rock and roll it. And and I did and it was it was good and. Eventually let the design because it was bigger than I was really it's a really handsome design and I didn't WanNa stump that for ray but it was it was funny it was a good learning experience so. Couple years later were were doing a couple projects and and all saw a lot of race customs through my shop and. Just kept having this this feeling like I want to do something more and big and and and a little different. So I was talking about it. And said, well, why don't we? Why don't we do this ourselves like why y? Accompany. You put their name on it. You know sloppy billboard and everything like that. With you know when we had the option to do it ourselves and and so we tried that we we had a good relationship with Kaiser and we went back to Kaiser and we say this is a new model and but we we just want it for us. We don't want control of everything you know every aspect of this. And they granted that to us. Which is really nice of them and During that we we had already started a second project did start working on a third project just kind of spiraled out of control. You know it just kept going and going. So let's back up You said your knife shop now where I'm from, there's no such thing anymore as a knife shop. So it's It just sounds great to hear but you're I know you're in Carmel California a beautiful place and you have a knife shop that's like a a double win tell me about Carmel. Cutlery, tell me what it's like running a knife shop and and then the Moxie you developed to start your own actual knife company right so. That that still stands true there, there's still aren't shops They're they're they're long gone and and there's. Four or five that I can think of. So the shop this shop was existed prior to me it was it was a it was an existing businesses had been around for twenty years in the prior owners where you know well into their seventies and And to two thousand, eight with a bad economy and they were gonNA close the doors you know that that came through and and. I was able to procure the. Money to pretty much by the inventory and turn Keel things. So you know I floated through that and? And and it's good. Let's did the time. So were you the guy hanging out at the knife shop all the time and they're like? I, Dunno. Sanford. We're going to have to close shop you're. Going to have to buy this place yeah. It was basically that you know I had I had to places the hard I had the I had the knife shop and I had the the army surplus store. The opposite end. Right right. You have to have your your backup guy, right? Yeah for sure. Exactly. So taking Carmel Cutlery, was it what you expected? What's it like running retail for knives? When when you know there's so many online resources That's where you be different and provide a service in the are my on surprised that. It's like buying shoes. I'm really amazed at people by certain items without holding in your hand. You know. So that's that's tough. I think that's tough for a lot of evil. But as for as for running I shop I think it's like any kind of. Specialty or or hobby shop I mean it's just it's a place to hang out. You know I've got the same three or four people that shop to shop every single day of their life, and I have really loyal customers in great people and and good. So with Monterey Bay knives you have a partnership now with Ray Laconic. Oh and you got you got the company going what? What is the What's the presiding philosophy through your knives, what you want these things to be For. The firm vk yeah. For the for the knives that you make under that that shingle well. I like having control the products, rain I do we like being able to do small batches and change them as needed or you'll make a bigger or smaller change the handle material or anything like and. And I really like the I really like that I can have an attention to detail and listen to my customer base and and. Change things accordingly because that's you know it feels like you know that's that's where a semi expertise where so am I my knowledge for some of this has come around was the knife shop in and handling every single knife on the market and I got to experience that and list of my customers and and really trying to tune in what people want and. Of course, that will be lifetime goal that he fine tuning that. But. That's really the goal. So the goal is to stay nimble, but also to infuse. I would imagine what you find ideal in in these knives into the Monterey Bay knives or. Crystallized all those best qualities what what are those qualities to you finishes, important materials value. You know. It's important. They'll all these all these little small nuances and details are important for knives. It's just like. Any other big hobby like Panzer watches or cars, you know every thing. and. That's important. and if I could focus on those details, it's I. think it could really carrying me and the company and taking tickets that levels a Yo attention to details that levels of Gordon I think as long as I could era as long as they can possibly do it. You know when I get a batch of two or three hundred pieces, I do my absolute auto control every single piece, every single piece customer has had I've touched I've seen it. I've flipped it open at least five or seven times and..
"monterey" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast
"Joe's wine and let me grab the bottle because it does go on for a while if the trader Joe's Reserve Pinot Noir Monterey County twenty a teen lot one ninety one and there's a long name for a ten buck wine and but that's okay and it's kind of an interesting wine trader Joe's wind specially these reserve wines are kind of interesting because They're one off wines you'll trader. Joe's has their own brands and they contract somebody who makes these brands for them and if they're popular you seem again and again for years. These are one off lines. Easier kind of special deal. So they're actually something you Kinda WanNa look for. Cas sometimes their wines that Might be normally selling for much more but trader Joe's gets a deal and sometimes they're winds. It should sell what they sell for. You never know. But that's kind of the fun of it and they never cost too much money. Though I did see that they had a twenty dollar Napa Oakville cab and I'm thinking I don't know about that. 'cause you get into the Ranger. I can actually get producers that I know not some unspecified producers that make you know decent Napa wines for and that money and side about that one but this is a Monterey up you know. Nuwara and Monterey is just south of San Francisco Monterey Bay and actually the largest producer of Pinot Noir in California beat Santa Barbara and can narrow San Russian reverence nomad coast and All the famous ones don't always think of Monterey when you think of Pinot Noir but they do very well for themselves and It's also I think the number two Chardonnay producer and part of the reasons why they can do. This is off the coast. There's the big blue spot. There's a big hole in the ocean at the water goes very deep meth like a castration of cold water and it gives the breeze off the shore and it's nice and cold and So there's a lot of cool weather areas in Monterey and is awesome coastal mountains or the black the cold air the nurse warmer areas so you. Monterey has a lot of different wines and a lot of them are fairly affordable though they do have they're pricey winds. I'm GONNA take a sip of this one because it's kind of interesting. There's a little bit spicier than most wines but on the other end. It has a little bit of Rounded smooth blackberry and milk chocolate so and take a sip because I like taking a sip has got really good mouth. Feel it's It's a smooth and silk and your palate a little heavy. I think it's thirteen point on the alcohol. Which isn't that crazy nowadays. You know Back in the day like with Burgundy if it was over twelve five people had a fit but in California you can get a little hotter. It's not it's not a on those the`real Pinot noirs were all the flavors just kind of low by and it's not one of those. Pena no wires. That are kind of poplar nowadays that you can confuse for Sarah. It's you know it's maybe I look closer to a heavy but it's not a theory. Oh that's pretty good and there's not that much to say about it I don't they. Don't tell you anything about it. You know if I knew a little bit like one of the reasons. Pinot Noir. It looks inexpensive about Pinot. Noir has gotten really good in the last years because they're starting to make the make the wines and Beaujolais which which is using Carbonic maceration which is a technique that brings all the flavors together quicker and it comes so you can sell it sooner in the age of those long and it works in bourgeois all of a sudden these inexpensive cannon nets wonderful Pinot. Noirs are kind of like pretty good in their own right and. I don't know if they did this here because they don't tell you too much about anything. trader. Joe's that's one. They're valued wine partners and got a whole bunch of them and they actually have if you know who makes them in Kano unabashed them on this one. But they're big name producers. You know just a big name producer. Made a doesn't mean like the the big name winemaker made or they made it with the grapes. They normally use it could be you know grapes. They purchased from somewhere and it could be their associate winemaker. Their intern winemaker. I mean you don't know but it's with the big name. Producer is kind of a guaranteeing the quality a little bit and making sure everything's fine and that's good And this is ninety nine. It's a Monterey Pino new wire. It's a one off me and it's not gonNA be around next year if you see it give it a try. It's it's it's kind of different. It's got this rounded milk chocolate and And Black Cherry thing and it's got At first it's it it smooth out but had this. All toyed spices like boom is sharp. Hit of candy hot spice and the two of them mashed like. Whoa then the little after a while the the smoother flavors just kind of took over in the spice calm down and yeah so but that's kind of fun when he had a Pinot noir and it's got a foam you gotta wine. That does some things that you don't normally get in. It's gotTa Fun when it only cost nine ninety nine and you know. That's what trader. Joe's reserve winds are good for you. Take a chance and see what you get. It's a one off thing you know. By the time you go back and get another one sold out and you wait for the next thing that come along so it's just Take a chance and see what you get. It's one of those winds and you're going to go to nice interesting wine and when it comes to pin and wire interesting half the battle. I don't know so for me I don't have. I don't know who made it. I know who sold it? Don't have too many details of the tasty Nelson everything in the cheap wine finer dot com website. Where I wrote that out So if you if you're in trader Joe's stop The same people made this made the Chilean Pinot Noir. Which is the piano. Northern got the seventeen hundred scene of a party in the animals are not are the party not humans and their worrying mask of different animals. It's one of my favorite wine labels. If it doesn't have skulls on at least you have animals pretending to be other animals. So that's it for me. You know somebody you made. Why Pinot Noir that I liked before ten bucks. Give it a shop. It's all good. What can you ask for audio over now? And we'll have some other things. I think I'm not to cast this week. We'll see what they have to offer the New Year and talk to you in a few days.
"monterey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Local nurseries Kerry the second product is called Monterey complete disease control there used to be a different product but it's no longer on the market the Monterey product is very good both of these are safe to spray in the blossom they will not affect pollinators yes Sir my home and then he's got a new lease come a son though I need to jump on it right now well you don't have to worry too you see your first bloom open but the bloom is the path for the pathogen to get in there and because that black wrought for folks who don't know it's also called black card and you'll never see it into you open that pomegranate that you pick and it's ruined on the inside so it's really important you have one opportunity to treat it as long as there are open blossoms you should be spraying the product and like I said it's safe on the pollinators it's safe for you and it should do a good job of controlling the blackrock for you and you said any nursery yeah most of our local independent nurseries are carrying both of those products now so you're in southwest Austin that would be out the natural Gardner I know that they have both of those products now but most of the local independents are carrying those okay thank you for your time yeah thanks for the call your folks black card is a heart breaking disease you never know you have it into you pick the pomegranate and you go to open it and the entire inside is true and you can't tell from the outside so that is something that you should be paying attention to is sooner sure pomegranates start blooming leave good morning what can help you with yes I've got a twenty year old mount laurel that is sort of providing a screen and it's getting Stan it's had a couple of sessions with the worm that I didn't do anything about and I'm wondering if I can trim it back will it leaves out again yes it should they respond fairly well to good clean trimming cuts treat it like you would any other tree use good sharp clean tools and they should go back in cleaning them up once in a while is not a bad thing if you're gonna bother doing it make sure that you take an extra minute to look for any damaged or broken branches while you're in there just so you can get rid of those two but it should put on new growth and leave out for yet now we both know mountain laurels are the fastest growing plants on the planet right so yes so it may be a little bit before it leaves out but it should it should fill itself back in should I cut it now before I know if I cut it now course I lose any blooms that are on it but well that's true and I leave that up to you the mount laurel responds pretty well regardless of when you trim it okay but if you look and you say well I'm gonna cut this right here and you look and it's got a bunch of blooms on it mine's already blooming so it'll be easy to tell but you it's okay if you want to wait to enjoy the blooms and then cut him when they're gone okay well thank you very much thanks for the call let's go to let's see let's go to Matt good morning now what can I help you with morning you answered one of my questions very thoroughly about the moderate and candidates one other same topic if I have this other copper commerce spray is commonly you know can be used on pages to corrupt but what about the what ifs once a price break can I still use the copper I wouldn't recommend the copper for a reason it can be an effective fungicide however it is a cumulative toxicity okay so what happens is that will actually build up both in the soil and in the plant okay the Monterey complete disease control the activate a you can't find it anymore I think they're off the market the serenade right you can use the sol first sprays so long as you are very cautious about not spraying and oil afterwards but all three of those are good fungicides also if you're using the copper really follow the directions exactly only use it when you have to use it okay which means but they've been to prevent if you don't know Iraq has if you're going to get it right you can always use it with sparingly maybe every two weeks or something like that well I wouldn't even use it that often if I could in the reason I'm saying that if you have it go ahead and use it because you have the product I I hope that you won't there's no easy way to dispose of it other than using it so I might avoid getting a refill when you're out of that way just be very cautious when you use but one of the teachers boiled is a still okay to spray the copper the firm it is I'm not quite sure about its toxicity with the pollinators so I'm always concerned about spring anything in the blossom that needs to be a native but it would work on the rest of the tree taking care of many of the diseases that attack for example the leaves and branches and things like that but if you've got some all know blossoms it wouldn't hurt to harm the fruit the potential what if I don't believe so no probably not but I did get some that moderate chronically yeah yeah and it's it's very reasonable and and that's what what I'm going to go to now so thank you very much appreciated thanks for the call Matt folks this is gardening naturally you can give me.
"monterey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of it let's go to Joe in Monterey California Hey Joseph go ahead hi George thank you for taking my call welcome Joe and that sounds like a huge book it is weighs about fifteen pounds I think and and probably take a lifetime to read and really understand and absorb I was wondering I will I or try to make this quick there's several things that I wonder if you did any studies on but first before I get into that I want to answer your question George about how come they don't give us anything if they're you know if that's an official some of them have they come here this waste that they travel this three two of the areas that maybe you haven't discovered they'll walk ins star sees and non physical obstruction the county of a non physical now what do you mean by non physical affection okay actually we have an actual body so they also have an actual we are a multi it will we have a whole spectrum of of energy if that we are and they master this and one of the things they do they can come in and take your astral body and implanted or do things to it okay that's one way of doing it as actual adoption also that the yeah they do come through the wall with their ships when I was a young child two or three is all of yes ship came through the grace and they you know this little guy you know what that I know and they ran after me and stuff so I know from personal experience yes they can so the inter dimensional otherwise they can raise their frequency now for this **** okay did you ever notice that before during and after a catastrophe you may see a light to the skyline well they're closer to the physical but they're also astral so they see their energy systems are of an emotional energy so when we generate negative emotions like fear and anger and hate and all that they can they can take that energy from us on an actual level but this is just another frequency of energy and power up the ships as well just to let you know I dead dead that's a connection for you to see if you want to look at that also of the walk ins in stasis okay there's a place in the U. N. where people calm and they are walk ins in other words a soul on another world another planet comes into this physical human body they share it sometime this year sometimes they replace the soul is in agreement with between those two cells and they come and they offer mankind an invention or help and they go to this place in the U. and at the room and they say I'm so and so and I'm here to tell you so and so and sometimes they have an invention they listen to them and not much happens for the human race because that information is kept quiet.