22 Burst results for "One Pedal"

The Judds, Ray Charles Among Country Music HOF Inductees

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

The Judds, Ray Charles Among Country Music HOF Inductees

"The country music hall of fame has announced its new class of inductees marches are a letter with the latest the Country Music Association has announced Ray Charles and the jobs are among those who will be inducted into the hall of fame next year and he bears will be the first drummer to be inducted and Pete Drake will be the first pedal steel guitarist be inducted Charles was a knowledge for the impact that his modern sounds in country and western music album made in nineteen sixty two Naomi Judd of the Judds says she's in disbelief Secombe hyper vigilant look over my shoulder and thank well what are they gonna kick us out did that really happen do we do really do all that

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"one pedal" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"You wanted to purple pony. We'd figure out how to get you a pony onto the apron and now it's like no. This is what we can offer in. Here are the rules that we've had to implement because of covid and people just kind of respect it so it's been a really good kind of growing up lesson in business that took something radical to make that shift I want to repeat what you just said. There do less better. That's such an interesting phrase because a lot of business owners out there think. Well i gotta do more. I have to be all things to all people and we can get more clients if we start offering this service and they start to kind of get away from the core of what they wanted to build. So how do you kind keep yourself in check and go. Nope we said. This is what we're about and we need to keep it. There is that does that come. Down to mission and values. And having those communicated well yes one hundred percent. And that's actually something you say that because we clarified. What is our mission which i said is create inspiring creativity and confidence in the kitchen. And if we are not doing that with every product we make. We shouldn't be making it so that that helped the big guiding light but on top of that it was really recognizing that our teams were stretched in. We were not doing everything the best that we could and yet we kept sort of dog piling more and more and more on top. I realized that was not effective for efficient for anybody. And when you're trying to do everything you're doing nothing as well as if you're doing a few things really well and you go deep into those things perfect it and then add on. And that's it helped us because you gotta get off the bike to fix the bike and this was one of those times where maybe we still have one pedal going right but we were in so many ways getting off the bike on certain areas of the company where we used to just be peddling so hard you couldn't see through the trees and you just kept doing it. It was the thing to do. Is what you've always done so you can't stop just keep going and if you can just stop for a minute and look around and see. This doesn't make sense anymore and have that humble moment with yourself go and guess what you grow Yeah here it entreleadership. We a lot about the importance of mission and values and process and structure and workflow. Because we find that so many business owners are working in the business and not on it which is exactly what you're talking about with. The bike analogy where they're going. I'm just on the treadmill. And i don't know how to stop to go. Hey this is not a great treadmill. We need to make this thing better. But they're just trying to keep up and that's why having all those things in place or so important. I love that that's right but also you know for all the for all the business owners out there it takes time to put processes in right like i'm nine years into my company so this wasn't overnight and you got to chip away at it in little bite size pieces and sometimes you'll be more radical but don't be afraid to just start making edits chunk by chunk. You built company chunk by chunk so you can start editing chunk by chunk and just be willing to change along the way yeah and using the filter of is best for the customer. And reminding yourself of that. We talk a lot about how the customer should always be the hero. And i love that. Your mission does that so well. It's very easy to see how you do that by inspiring creativity in confidence in the kitchen whether you're in everyday chef or you're working at the top restaurant in l. a. So i love what you guys do. And i want to talk about In your book talked about feedback a little bit here in your book. You say that not taking back is not an option and we talked a little bit about the score and how you guys are constantly gathering that feedback. What are some of those tricks. What are the some of the best ways you found to gather that feedback regardless of what kind of business you are. I think feedback is one of the things that i learned to really embrace but it started externally and then i really turned it internally and our team is now phenomenal added but it took time and years of failing at getting good feedback and just being like no. We're doing right it's fine. Just keep running keep running and next thing you know people are exhausted and they're not doing things right but you're not talking about it so you know there's failure that's happening you don't realize and so i think feedback is about having honest candid conversations and making that normal making not a part of the journey and when you can listen to the other person but really listen not just sit there and nod your head but actually put yourself in that person's shoes and say okay. I'm gonna just take off my defensive right now and actually listened to the person in front of me and see what they have to say. It was a big skill that took a lot of years for me to sort of have but it helped so much. Because then you're actually hearing what the situation is on the other end and you can fix it just like with a customer but internally and your internal team is your everything right without a great team. It's very hard to make stuff happen on. The world. And i had a very very small team for a very long time and so that was a real challenge but as the company grew and we had more resources to get more people on the bandwagon. I realized that that feedback loop was just so crucial to growing and growing so it sounds like there's two parts of this. There's the external right like sending surveys to the customer. Getting those net promoter scores. How are we doing but also looking internally and saying hey how can we better from the inside out as well and they're equally as important and you know i'll give you a really honest example here a few years ago i think two and a half years ago we were able to roll out. 401k to our team. And i thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. But i haven't asked anybody. Fat was actually what they wanted needed. Or whatever and it was kind of met with a little bit of. And i was so upset because i had busted my butt to get this thing set up and they weren't exactly enthused about it and it turns out the rue bunch of other things that were smaller that they would have liked to have resolved. I or you know more time off or more of this or more of that right. And i assumed that it was 401k's and i didn't ask and so that was a on my end as part of the leadership and i should have asked and so it's moments like that where you kind of reflect back and think Yeah shoulda shoulda check in i..

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"one pedal" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

"Think also february two thousand twelve january two thousand twelve and If you scroll down you can find further blogs on in two thousand eleven and even in two thousand ten you can find. Actually that's not true. May fifth two thousand eleven was the earliest blog. You could find two thousand eleven. He was eleven years old and in fact he writes pretty well for an eleven year old. Raise a great race for a great cause this race benefiting surf charity that supports the mentawai. Islands is like no other. The race begins with a pep talk about how you're helping the spa villages and their people then comes the fun part a six mile. Sepa's finally another speech then awards word for the most money raised top competitors individual rewards overall race. I will never forget an offer a great. 'cause it's pretty good for an eleven year old right then. A few weeks later he writes for for race report for his paddleboarding with two pm star. Time the eighth annual male malibu down winer had attended twenty miles northwest wind to assist us in surfing the seven mile. Course having not competed in the winter. I was naturally a little nervous. The dow under was a combination of surfing and paddling rolled into one pedal into this..

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"one pedal" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"Noise, right? When did you first notice the pedals home in music? Well, I mean I played in a high school band and I think we cobbled together three or four pedals back then. But really what happened was, I started playing music again after a long absence like three years ago. And my friend was like, Let's Jam in this, he had, he had like this warehouse storage space and he, his friend dropped off a drum set, and I brought over my garage. And at the time, I think I only had one pedal. I had a boss pitch-shifting delay that I'd had for like twenty years and then I once we started playing music improv music. I got into circuit bending. I started buying old Casio keyboards, and modifying them and then we invited a friend to. This was the pedal Guy, this is a guitarist who really liked pedal was constantly trying out new pedals and the I guess over the last few years, it kind of just grew kind of slowly. I was like, I want to get some funky petals and make some weird noises, you know. Yeah. Wage and maybe, you know, in a rabbit hole and then it's like Friday. You're spending your Friday night, like watching a 45-minute YouTube video about how to correctly. Use some granular delay, pedal, you bought, and then you realize you've just turned into a total fuck except the joyous real. Yeah, the joyous real no regrets. Oh yeah, exactly. Nobody would have any regrets about your pedal? I don't need my friends anymore. I have my my little dog friends here, where you get your little robot friends, though, you might have to categorize and just sort of separate wage, It have you had to limit sort of the the rabbit hole of of the effects pedals or you just well, there's a little joke and I know you're kidding. But there's a little, there's a little joke in the pedal. Communication is a classic dad joke, it's like I'm afraid I have a bad case of gas gear, acquisition syndrome..

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"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"System. They're like you should replace it every fifteen thousand miles. Well it's a nine dollar part. And i can do it myself. And the funny thing which ritu per fluid windshield wipers. The only service interval is at one hundred and twenty thousand miles. There's this reduction gear fluid that they want you to change and it's so funny because like the one time i took my car in to the dealer to have them just do their complementary inspection where they rotated the tires which was great. I asked them if anyone had ever if they'd ever done a brake job on an electric car and they said no you're breaks look new like literally like do you use them so it's pretty crazy. We talked about that earlier. The idea that you don't have to use the brakes as much. Why is that. It's the one pedal. Driving and regenerative braking just slows the car down. I actually think it's safer to drive because when you take your foot off the power the car starts to slow down which means taking your foot off the power and then switching to a brake pedal where the car is still going forward now as low in because there's there's internal mechanisms that are using the slowdown the coasting to charge the battery. Yes that's correct and so then a break itself kind of it. Does that with full. Self-driving there's almost need. I got to drive the ev. One prototype that When i worked for a company that was owned by general motors and they actually had a little dial where you could change the regenerative braking and that was the first time. Ever got to play with that to see how you could affect that that you could slow down but howard. You're you're spot on. I think about that in an emergency situation. I will be able to break faster than anybody else in a in a gas car because the incident i take my foot off the accelerated. That's that car is slowing down and not slowing down a little bit. It's slowing down a but you've forgotten how to use the break..

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"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"System. They're like you should replace it every fifteen thousand miles. Well it's a nine dollar part. And i can do it myself. And the funny thing as ritu per fluid windshield wipers. The only service interval is at one hundred and twenty thousand miles. There's this reduction gear fluid that they want you to change and it's so funny because like the one time i took my car in to the dealer to have them just do their complementary inspection where they rotated the tires which was great. I asked them if anyone had ever if they'd ever done a brake job on an electric car and they said no. You're breaks look like literally like do you use them so it's pretty crazy. We talked about that earlier. The idea that you don't have to use the brakes as much. Why is that. It's the one pedal. Driving and regenerative braking just slows the car down. I actually think it's safer to drive because when you take your foot off the power the car starts to slow down which means taking your foot off the power and then switching to a brake pedal where the car is still going forward now as low in because there's there's internal mechanisms that are using the slowdown the coasting to charge the battery. Yes that's correct and so then is a break itself kind of it. Does that with full. Self-driving there's almost need. I got to drive the ev. One prototype that When i worked for a company that was owned by general motors and they actually had a little dial where you could change the regenerative braking and that was the first time. Ever got to play with that to see how you could affect that that you could slow down but howard. You're you're spot on. I think about that in an emergency situation. I will be able to break faster than anybody else in a in a gas car because the incident i take my foot off the accelerated. That's that car is slowing down and not slowing down a little bit. It's slowing down a but you've forgotten how to use the break. Allison that i know there was one for their back on the on the on the maintenance i did a post because one day i just realized what isn't in my car. I mean if you think about there's no starter there's no there's no gears there's it's there's not a there's no transmission. There's no torque converter You know there there is. There's there's a motor but there's no pistons there's no spark plugs. There's no shaft. here's going from the motor to the to the axles right..

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"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"System. They're like you should replace it every fifteen thousand miles. Well it's a nine dollar part. And i can do it myself. And the funny thing as ritu per fluid windshield wipers. The only service interval is at one hundred and twenty thousand miles. There's this reduction gear fluid that they want you to change and it's so funny because like the one time i took my car in to the dealer to have them just do their complementary inspection where they rotated the tires which was great. I asked them if anyone had ever if they'd ever done a brake job on an electric car and they said no you're breaks look new like literally like do you use them so it's pretty crazy. We talked about that earlier. The idea that you don't have to use the brakes as much Why is that. It's the one pedal. Driving and regenerative braking just slows the car down. I actually think it's safer to drive because when you take your foot off the power the car starts to slow down which means taking your foot off the power and then switching to a brake pedal where the car is still going forward now as low in because there's there's internal mechanisms that are using the slowdown the coasting to charge the battery. Yes that's correct and so then is a break itself kind of it. Does that with full. Self-driving there's almost need. I got to drive the ev. One prototype that When i worked for a company that was owned by general motors and they actually had a little dial where you could change the regenerative braking and that was the first time. Ever got to play with that to see how you could affect that that you could slow down but howard. You're you're spot on. I think about that in an emergency situation. I will be able to break faster than anybody else in a in a gas car because the incident i take my foot off the accelerated. That's that car is slowing down and not slowing down a little bit. It's slowing down a but you've forgotten how to use the break. Allison that i know there was one for their back on the on the on the maintenance i did a post because one day i just realized what isn't in my car. I mean if you think about there's no starter there's no there's no gears there's it's there's not a there's no transmission. There's no torque converter You know there there is. There's there's a motor but there's no pistons there's no spark plugs. There's no to be years. Going from the motor to the to the axles right..

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"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"System. They're like you should replace it every fifteen thousand miles. Well it's a nine dollar part. And i can do it myself. And the funny thing which ritu per fluid windshield wiper. that's the only service interval is at one hundred and twenty thousand miles. There's this reduction gear fluid that they want you to change and it's so funny because like the one time i took my car in to the dealer to have them just do their complementary inspection where they rotated the tires which was great. I asked them if anyone had ever if they'd ever done a brake job on an electric car and they said no you're breaks look new like literally like do you use them so it's pretty crazy. We talked about that earlier. The idea that you don't have to use the brakes as much. Why is that. It's the one pedal. Driving and regenerative braking just slows the car down. I actually think it's safer to drive because when you take your foot off the power the car starts to slow down which means taking your foot off the power and then switching to a brake pedal where the car is still going forward now as low in because there's there's internal mechanisms that are using the slowdown the coasting to charge the battery. Yes that's correct and so then is a break itself kind of it. Does that with full self driving. There's almost need. I got to drive the ev. One prototype that When i worked for a company that was owned by general motors and they actually had a little dial where you could change the regenerative braking and that was the first time. Ever got to play with that to see how you could affect that that you could slow down but howard. You're you're spot on. I think about that in an emergency situation. I will be able to break faster than anybody else in a in a gas car because the incident i take my foot off the accelerated. That's that car is slowing down and not slowing down a little bit. It's slowing down a but you've forgotten how to use the break. Allison that i know there was one for their back on the on the on the maintenance i did a post because one day i just realized what isn't in my car. I mean if you think about there's no starter there's no there's no gears there's it's there's not a there's no transmission. There's no torque converter You know there there is. There's there's a motor but there's no pistons there's no spark plugs. There's no years going from the motor to the to the axles right. The motors are on the basic..

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"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"System. They're like you should replace it every fifteen thousand miles. Well it's a nine dollar part. And i can do it myself. And the funny thing ritu per fluid windshield wiper. that's the only service interval is at one hundred and twenty thousand miles. There's this reduction gear fluid that they want you to change and it's so funny because like the one time i took my car in to the dealer to have them just do their complementary inspection where they rotated the tires which was great. I asked them if anyone had ever if they'd ever done a brake job on an electric car and they said no you're breaks look new like literally like do you use them so it's pretty crazy. We talked about that earlier. The idea that you don't have to use the brakes as much. Why is that. It's the one pedal. Driving and regenerative braking just slows the car down. I actually think it's safer to drive because when you take your foot off the power the car starts to slow down which means taking your foot off the power and then switching to a brake pedal where the car is still going forward now as low in because there's there's internal mechanisms that are using the slowdown the coasting to charge the battery. Yes that's correct and so then is a break itself kind of it. Does that with full. Self-driving there's almost need. I got to drive the ev. One prototype that When i worked for a company that was owned by general motors and they actually had a little dial where you could change the regenerative braking and that was the first time. Ever got to play with that to see how you could affect that that you could slow down but howard. You're you're spot on. I think about that in an emergency situation. I will be able to break faster than anybody else in a in a gas car because the incident i take my foot off the accelerated. That's that car is slowing down and not slowing down a little bit. It's slowing down a but you've forgotten how to use the break alison. Well that i know there was one for their back on the on the on the maintenance. I did a post because one day. I just realized what isn't in my car. I mean if you think about there's no starter there's no there's no gears there's it's there's not a there's no transmission. There's no torque converter You know there there is. There's there's a motor but there's no pistons there's no spark plugs. There's no to be years. Going from the motor to the to the axles right. The motors are on the basic right on the axle. There really isn't any sense turning excellent electric. Yes yeah yeah. I mean there's no gas there's fuel pump no fuel injectors there's no kind of fluids like cooling the engine. There's no there's no fan belt there you know. Would you just look. There's no mufflers. There's there's no tailpipe when you look underneath the car. All you see is one giant battery. That's all there is and they're actually. There is a twelve volt battery hidden under the If you go in through the franck when you open the hood of a of a tesla there. And i assume on on the on your cartoon howard. It's it's another trunk in the front end..

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"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Out of the way of something or get into a spot you want to get into from an acceleration and it's there's a grin. I don't care who you are. You're driving any electric car and you put it down. It's just that instant response it is. It's insane it's so fun leading. I do this thing. When i get into my wife's car which is a honda cr v gas car and i the first thing i do as i say not. Electric car not an electric car. Because you have to readjust after you've been driving all electric car. Your brain just likes it better. And everything from the one pedal driving that allison was discussing And just the the noise in the car. I mean the. Crv has a beautiful cards very quiet. It's very reliable. Does all these things and it is just like pedestrian compared to an electric car before steve got the model y he still had his. Rtx which is a fabulous car. And i had to drive the dog in it to the vet ones. And i was scared. I was really uncomfortable driving it. I didn't i just felt like it was driving a truck versus a boat. I mean they're not even the same type of vehicle so i don't know about the kona but have you since driving your car so much. Have you gotten out of a regular gas car. Went inside came back out and said oh my gosh i left this thing running. Haven't had the chance for a friend of mine told me he did that. Yeah it is with the tesla. The one thing nice is that there's no on off you put your foot on the brake. The car comes alive life. Ready to go in part in honestly. I don't even put my car in park anymore. Just pull in stop and get out of the car because you open the door. It's like all right. You want to be impact drops it in park and once you develop those really bad habits. They're hard to break. When you get another vehicle imagining the kona might be very similar. The conan does have push button. Start and it will bug you if you get out of the car with it off or excuse me with. It's still running which i definitely have done. Because there's very little difference in the sound by like park in my driveway. Get start to get out and it says like hello. You're still on literally beeps as you as the keys starts to leave the car Thank goodness but and usually i run into this problem when i'm going to charge the car because i'm still thinking like oh i've got a plug it in it's definitely It's not as tech forward as the are. It's more like if you didn't know it was an electric car and you got in. you'd go. oh this is a little different and then it would become apparent. But there's got. There's got to be something that evi drivers miss about gas powered cars. Boaty helped me out your living in both worlds over there like is there anything about a gas powered car. That's good i. Can't we get rid of my guests like there's nothing that are like like my Cx nine is ten years old. And i it's a good car. It's got a little less than a hundred thousand miles on it but it is not the same as driving a like a model wipe performance tesla gave me model white performance to drive around for a little bit and Lake my just like alison and rodr saying like we'd.

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"one pedal" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Sticking up and free floating in terms of the screen. It was okay. It was a little high for my liking. It was too high. Forty t for me to use Kinda comfortably i. I'm used to screen spending a little bit further down but that would take some getting used to but had the two screens so has the screen behind the steering wheel. Which is the driver info. Had everything on that you need to know the spit nice and big speed. Because i did find myself going over thirty accidentally in the in the speed limit sections and then having to off because it's easy to go fast in a navy so that was nice. That and then the gear selector is attached to the screen on the right. And if you've seen the bmw. I three guests like to this. I would say is heavily inspired by that you turn it once for dr once again or click it further for be mode which should be stronger region and then and then often away and then you put it back towards us. Do neutral number of us region. Let me talk about that. Not super powerful. I like really strong region. And i like modulating my right foot. My wife doesn't again. that's very subjective. Thing people in the vehicle. It'll tell you You know with all suddenly you must have this. You must have that strong region blah blah blah blah blah but equally doing seventy on the motorway. And you let off you want a cruise. You want to freewheel. Because then a lot of region is not the most efficient way to get your destination like a really strong region and then just driving with one pedal but it was not strong enough personally for me but it was easy to drive so i just go in and drive. I guess is my first conclusion. Which i'll come back to the end of the podcast. I just got in and drove. So richard left in the car and so once the keys in the car. It's all there's no button on the vw. Id four so there's no. There is an on off button hidden if you want to turn the car on enough but there isn't get in the car you put it into drive and you put away which is the way. It should be an old levi's because you shouldn't have an on off button. It really need it again. At the end of the drive. I go in. I got to the end of the drive. I stopped i pushed the handbrake button which is kind of on the end of the shift and just left and i walked away in the cartoons itself off so my driving impression of is you could get into this from a combustion car and just drive and i think that's the key with the vw. Id full because they'll be people coming from guam's from gulfs from other vw's that finance is coming to an end. The lease is up right. Where do i go. What do i drive next and auditing anybody if they're gonna spend around forty thousand pounds. This car costs now. a should be thinking about combustion. 'cause it doesn't make any sense. A tool to be getting into. The world of diesels. Particular fills is exhausted. Replacements catalytic converters all of that nonsense because this car does every absolutely everything. I think really really well again not gonna win. The draft drag strip won't win the top speed ones. But a did absolutely everything. I could possibly want to really really well now. Didn't have a chance to play with the app. Or have a really good rummage through the car. I did not running on twenty inch wheels. Which is the first ide- spec. The twenty inch. Wheels looked good. Didn't have a chance to play with any of the driver assistant stuff. I did notice on my short drive. That pulled me back into the center of the road. So that must have been turned. I was drifting a bit to the right sent me. I was like oh okay. Didn't know it was very subtle and gentle and worked really really well like i said the screen was was good. It was bright there. I think they could capacitive or capacitive buttons. The run along the bottom of it the same ones that the steering wheel. Now if you've driven a recent vw. Like latest gulf. The steering wheel is just a brilliant piece of design. It's got clicky buttons. It's the evolution of everything that they've learned about usability. It just works the vw. Four doesn't have those house a shiny surface where the buttons are and there are some ridges so you can kind of feel your way but i know that when i'm driving cars that have clicky buttons on the steering wheel own more buttons. I didn't take my eyes off the road. If i'm so setting cruise control over reducing the know cruise control speed temporarily or you know whatever follow distance. I can do that just by touch. Signed goes for turning things up at like up and down volume wise. I can just do it in what there's nothing wrong with the knob and you know an an a physical button sometimes. Even take your eyes off the road for safe. This had some buttons on the whale. The i think they've got right yet. Because it gives you a little bit of feedback when you push it but a lot of swiping if you want to change the volume you can swipe up and down with your finger and the same goes for the heating but really just give me a volume knob because that isn't broken like that piece of design in the world is in broken. It's like light switches. I see a lot of interpretations now. Small lights and smart light switches. And or but you know what you go into a room a light switch it just works. It's a piece of design that doesn't need to be fixed. There's nothing wrong with it. I don't think i could get on with the steering wheel without a bit. I'd need a test a test for the weekend and have apply. Because i didn't like it but they apart from that i did pop in ecoed. I did papa income foot mode. They are some. There's a mode button on the big screen. That's one of those not soft touch buttons. You i mean. And i couldn't feel any difference so i'd like to tell you. Oh yes echo was very strong region and comfort dull. The accelerator in sport was really reactive. I was on roads that were thirty. Forty and sixty miles an hour. I couldn't really tell a big difference like maybe that's why i'm not reviewing house for a living the whole time. The cough l. very much responsive too. I wanted it to do. Everything just walked usb c connections up front and rear as well so loss of usability stuff in there in terms of families charging tablets for the kids and all those kind of things big enough battery like i say seventy seven kilowatt hour pack. Probably all you need. Let's talk to someone who has driven this car in one journey. Six seven hours from scotland to the south coast and what he thinks of as the owner of the car and richard from simon's s dot co dot. uk chat with him to ask about his impressions of the vw. Eighty-four have a listen. So how long would you say your road trip was coming back.

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"one pedal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We thank you for tuning into tomorrow. I'm dave crave line before we went to the break we were hearing from mary. Barra chairman and ceo of general motors as well as some of her team about where transportation is headed into tomorrow. We last heard about updates to gmc's original electric vehicle. The chevrolet volt well. Now members of gm's design and engineering teams joined in on the keynote address to introduce us to a few of their other all electric vehicles. A great deal has been said about the gmc hummer ev. Since it was first unveiled in. October the irony of introducing hummer is. An easy is not lost on us. This vehicle is the clearest articulation of exactly what we mean when we say any vehicle can be an easy. This is the world's first all electric supertruck. Gmc how murray will be capable of zero to sixty in about three seconds with a thousand horsepower and eleven thousand five hundred pound feet of torque. It has a crazy amount of power. It celebrates the performance possibilities of electric propulsion. This is a truck you on a drive because it delivers performance in a way that no other truck can match and a happens to zero emissions. Two things in particular. I share with you that we haven't really talked about before terrain mode one pedal driving in the bose electric vehicle sound enhancement technology in terrain mode the gmc hungary offers one pedal driving for precision handling at low speeds routing and rock crawling. It combines the fine control of the immediate torque provided by the propulsion system and the friction brakes to deliver a level of modulation that is beyond anything. We could deliver from gas or diesel powered engine. It is a smooth experience providing finally power control that can dominate the most difficult terrain. If you will love the power off road wait until you try it on road watts of freedom mode builds an entire experience around that zero to sixty sprint. The double press of the traction control button triggers a request to acknowledge you were about to do something. Special acknowledgment causes the vehicle to lower in the battery electronics. Temperatures to be optimized in preparation for full power delivery. The driver coach tells you to apply the brake as the seat and the sub woofers start to shake then you apply the accelerator and once you reach the required levels. You let the break. Oh hold on. I've experienced the thrill of jumping out of a plane. Thirty thousand feet. In my opinion. This is better. But how do you create the sensory explosion to accompany. Motors turned up to eleven. We worked with boz boz electric vehicle sound enhancement. Technology makes its debut in the gmc incorporates. Guitar riffs high frequency feedback and inspiration from formula motor to communicate the sensation of power. And torque that you've unlocked and wants to freedom is a truly immersive sensory experience. Brings you in direct contact with your vehicle. And we can't wait to share it with you later this year. If the gmc is power dominance the cadillac lyric is the artful integration of technology for most intimate driving experience introducing our new face of cadillac. The lyric is an uncompromising suv the embodiment of cadillac innovation and a showcase of technologies. You'll see repeated over future cadillac vs. We took advantage of the quiet. That comes with altium powered to curate an entirely new sensory experience and the inspiration of vip's electrical bandwidth to reimagine what it means to be connected to your vehicle. It starts as you approach the cadillac. Lyric layer of technology and choreography of light. That draws you inside and makes us very intimately your vehicle recognizing its driver. The lyric prepares the cabin for the journey. Continues that rhythm of light from the exterior to the interior. Once you're inside you understand what we mean. By artful integration the curved three three inch diagonal led display provides a customizable user interface with the capability to display one billion colors. We worked with territory studios and right point to companies with unique experience and creative strategy design and technology to help challenge expectations and bring cadillacs vision to life. And while we've announced that the gmc hummer e will leverage epic games unreal. Engine us to make fortnight and this keynote we can announce that we will also be using the technology and the cadillac lyric to bring display information to life and engaging three d. perspective that learning technology continues into the dual plane augmented reality heads up display that incorporates navigation directly into your field of view and combined with our next generation supercrew driver assistant technology helps provide confidence in control. My role general motors is lead designer for choreographed experiences. In addition to cadillac lighting that role did not exist before electric vehicle design opportunity to rethink our relationship with our vehicles. Now it signals a new future for the interaction of technology and the senses if the cadillac lyric is the new face of cadillac innovation. I want to introduce its ultimate expression. The all new cadillac. Celeste iq working on the cadillacs. Elastic is a designer's dream. The architecture the altium platform carved out new space and gave us the freedom to integrate more technology. The result is a dramatic presence with the low profile and railway proportions each vehicle offers a curated selection of materials which are crafted by hand for the ultimate luxury experience and with all wheel drive four wheel steering and a full glass roof. It's celebrates the extraordinary cadillac. Elastic extends the are full. Integration of technology. You already saw in the lyric but reaches new heights. That roof will be our first to feature four quadrant. Suspended particle device smart glass allowing each occupant of the vehicle to set their own level of transparency while the ten of the glass colors to match the ambiance and the mood of the interior that equal an individual experience for each occupant will be a signature aspect of the cadillac celestica. The driver and front seat passenger enjoy a pillar to pillar display. That brings the outside inside while rear seat. Passengers have personalized entertainment screens. With active privacy and council screens that separate individualized comfort settings from entertainment displays to minimize distractions. Cadillacs elastic represents the are full. Integration of technology to reimagine what it means to be a passenger. We can't wait to reveal more morrison. Mary barra by talking about their excitement about the future of electric vehicles. I hope that what we've shared with you today. Gives you the sane confidence and excitement about our future of electric and autonomous vehicles that we all share at general motors confidence that the pieces are now in place. An excitement for the prospect of a world. That is more personal moves better and contains experiences. None of us have ever had before and all of us will be able to enjoy. We've been hearing from mary. Barra the chairman and ceo of general motors and several of her key execs talking about all sorts of transportation technology bringing us further into tomorrow. If you've got questions comments concerns about anything involving consumer tech. We would love to hear from you anytime at your convenience. Eight hundred eight nine nine into or even better the audio option on the free into tomorrow app and visit us at into tomorrow dot com while you're at it sign up for our free once.

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Ali Ghodsi on The Past, Present, and Future of Big Data

Invest Like the Best

07:47 min | 1 year ago

Ali Ghodsi on The Past, Present, and Future of Big Data

"I'd love to start our conversation at the end. With what data bricks is today to level set for the audience. Exactly what you do what. Your focuses in what the business does for customers. Could you just walk us through as we sit here at the end of twenty twenty what the company looks like in the service or problem it solves for customers or seven year old company. We have about seventeen hundred employees and we help enterprises massive amounts of data and machine learning a and the data most enterprises. They've seen how silicon valley for tech companies have used data in a really strategic way to disrupt industries. They wanna do the same thing. But they don't have thousands of engineers that can help them build data apart from custom for their use case. We've built out and we enable them to do that. I would love to go all the way back into retell the history of distributed computing because everybody will have heard the term big data. This was a really popular term. Five seven years ago and i think that concept that term. The fact that he was being talked about in normal business circles was the result of progress in the world of distributed compute and storage. I'd love you to rewind however far back you'd think is appropriate to go. Maybe it's back to the two thousand six yahoo days tell the modern history of distributing computing. What it means and why so interesting and important. I think what happened. Is that around two thousands. We hit this wall because moore's wall in figure out how to make computers faster so everything started moving into these data centers new computer and it was a new data center in this data centers. Where you had under the thousands of genes people started collecting more and more data and the reason for this with multiple one was the price of storage kept going on so he became cheaper and cheaper to store all this massive amounts of data and no one wanted to throw it away and they heard there were some more that companies like we will have gone a lot of value out of data so they wanted to do the same thing secondly more and more people were connected on the thirties sites that had millions of users attached to it that were coming visiting decides those this aspiration that collect all the data. Maybe we can do great things with it. I think around two thousand and five doesn't six people still gonna know before. Take his new. They had typically an ad business the reflecting date other optimizing how to show ads the people the residents prices didn't really know what to do with it so this big data revolution sort of entered its first phase which is let's collect data on their amazing things we can do at once we get there. It's cheap wanna do it. So that's kind of what started on that time and people started collecting these things into data lakes. Massive massive data sets back then the measurement of success was. How much data do you have. We are very accessible. One pedal bike to data are where even more data go. They don't like has grown from one. Part of this is amazing. So i kind of the first dinner. What exactly was going on almost down to the hardware that was revolutionary. Back in the early to mid two thousand. That made some of this possible so people are used to having their own data on their own computer of rinse familiar with the term cloud. But i think early on everyone would think of clouds someone else's computer a computer somewhere else not under my desk somewhere else. What literally was happening from the hardware or software standpoint in the early to mid two thousands to make some of this possible in early two thousand. You would buy a big supercomputer as a lot of problems. In fact i remember berkeley. Who is the twitter and boever gay. Just they have one giant machine with process all the tweets. I don't remember how much memory but it was some gigantic amounts while. How did you get machine without much memories. That was the way it would get very expensive. Super-computer it would do all your competitions for you but as hit this moore's wall and it couldn't scale these computers are onto ninety five. The cpu speed stagnant computers. Getting faster and more computers are basically being three gigahertz since system. So that's kind of started meeting. We probably have to distribute. Our needs are not going on on the data. We have is not going down. The number beating processing capacity we need is just increasing exponential. We probably need more machines. So that's when. I started distributing ounce into data centers it soon became infeasible for every organization to manage thousands of thousands of machines on their own on prime so the cloud revolution kind of off said. Hey this is a utility. Why don't we manage august thousands of chance for you in the cloud. You can just use them. This also accelerate thinks 'cause now anyone could pretty much would credit cards start reading thousands of machines. This new computer in the cloud started storing things on very cheaply and get started. What was the harder. Challenge back then between hardware and the software needed to coordinate putting stuff into those systems and then accessing and pulling it out in a timely fashion what was the most innovation that happened to make that possible. Well actually if you think changed in the very early days the problem was there was so much data and the networks. Were not fast enough so in the cloud or whether your own bill center that you had the big innovation of map reduced the big thing. If you go back to a time was we have to move the computations close to the data you specify what you wanna do your data but then you had to sink all map produce which was really clever about. Let's move the code that runs on the state are closed today. Because there's so much data. We can't transferred over the network. We try to transfer it over to meth or the whole network will collapse. That was the name of the game back then and there was a lot of research on how to avoid. That turned up. You don't have need to do that anymore. Qc a little bit more about that. So i just wanna make sure i understand. So let's make the stupid simple. I've got a terabyte of data sitting somewhere on actual hardware and whatever it is. It's customer data or something. If i wanna do some sort of compute on top of that data run a query or produce some output. The network was the limiting factors. Just getting the data from there somewhere else to do. The computer was hard so some innovation was just do the compute and the same data center or something. Getting that right yeah. Let's take an example. Let's have data on how people have clicked on a website since you can't buy supercomputer anymore. You've probably distributed that over many machines. We have one hundred machines that drives and started on the horizon sheen's the the pedophile of how people have clicked on your website. But now you wanna compute something simple example. We just wanna see what's the average number of books on a particular link. Twenty years ago would be described the code the takes all those numbers in averages them and then go over all of the data sets but here to do that but would have to move all the data from these hundreds of machines through the machine. That's doing the competition. And i would just crashed in it. In fact we did that at uc berkeley. We were developing of spark. We crashed parts of networks. They called us up. What are you doing was transferring all this data from all these machines every other machine so that was name of the game in the early days. How do we avoid that. How do we actually move pieces of the competition. The average just while he's hundred machines let them compete at locally and send some kind of aggregates to you mentioned that originally that was a unique solve but then today. We no longer have to do it that way. So what's changed networking technology. Unlike some of us have just gone faster ambassador investor and they've also come up with dick needs is actually research that started at ups t they figured out how to configure the networks in his data centers in a way such that any two machines can completely at full speed communicate with each other. You can no longer collapsed and work with these heavy computations and in some sense these days the network has been completely merchandised. And it's no longer in your way so we no longer need to actually move the code close to the data and that's happened around. Two thousand nine doesn't ten eleven today. Virtually everyday center every public cloud provides. You really really fast networks. That just won't get in your way.

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"one pedal" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"one pedal" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Drum History

"The martin fleet foot pedal is not. You did say this. It's not technically a five thousand or five thousand one pedal. Those are just so can kind of like talk about it and put it into perspective. It's just known as a martin fleet foot pedal right because there's no literature you can't no but i think they probably did call it the five thousand because otherwise They were making pedals for camco during this period too so and graduates was called something a little bit different So hopefully that the questions will be Will be answered as as we go through a weren't to sure quickly over the basic features because they remain pretty constant all the way into today's pedals which are obviously manufactured in a different way in a different country with different materials. But the design remains the same. So you have cast aluminum components. Aluminum is a good lightweight metal. That's also strong and you can you can reinforce it. It's Definitely a good a good medal to start with Has a heck's because heck's can't rotate or loosen nearly as easily. It's a very solid way to connect it Even the earliest ones have rocker rod bearings in there so bearings are the critical aspect of any pedal design that make it play smoothly The accenture cam. That's what the what the strap goes over. That's probably how they were awarded their first patent because that accenture cam is unique enough over anything that came before it that it would warrant Being awarded the patent but that also Definitely affects the way. A the pedal feels at the end of the cam. You have what is referred to as a stroke regulator on later pedals. This is a four point where you can move the position of that into either of these point. Dramatically changes the feel of the pedal. Also where the beater sits Spring adjustment pretty standard leather strap. And then the leather he'll play hinge is is the last feature that was on martin fleet foot pedals specifically cool. And now as you know as we're doing the features. I'm wondering Obviously this pedal the design has been around for like eighty years. If my math is correct so yeah. My question is is like what was the predecessor to this like what pedals maybe like visually. You can kind of describe what would people be using before this In like let's say the thirties. I guess the speed king would be around right. I mean yeah but is this was pretty right. I guess it kinda comes down to the question of like what makes the five thousand so such.

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Mustang Mach-E First Drive Review - Ford's All-New New Electric Crossover

Hands-On Tech

09:26 min | 1 year ago

Mustang Mach-E First Drive Review - Ford's All-New New Electric Crossover

"The car driving today is unique for four if their ever history fully electric battery electric vehicle designed from the ground up to be electric unlike some other early eighties like the nissan leaf. You know where. They decided to go for efficiency. Make it as a compact car for decided to go for the heart of the market. They what they really did was. They learned from tesla looked at. You know what tesla was doing. And how tesla was succeeding. That was making cars. Were cool looking. At cool technology had good performance And offer great range and ford decided to start with a compact midsize. upper compact. You know mid size crossover market is today. That's what people wanna buy It's getting close to suv's and crossovers are about forty percent of the us car market now and so the originally conceived this vehicle announced early twenty seventeen as a more conventional tross over. It was basically you know it was going to be front wheel drive. More something like Electric version of the escape Which is very popular compact. Crossover for four but late. Two thousand seventeen. They decided to completely change direction. They realized that that was not a car that was going to get people excited to buy an ev from ford. And so what they did instead was. They said okay. What's our what's our icon. What what is the vehicle that really gets people excited and within ford. The mustang is considered the heart and soul of the brand. It's by no means the best selling car but is the car they build that is representative of so many things for fun to drive. You know the racing history. Ford ford's racing. History goes back to before there was a ford motor company. Henry ford won the money that he used to start ford motor company by winning a race winning the vanderbilt cup and so the The they decided to use mustang as the inspiration for this car and and the end You know what they came up with was a crossover that has mustang design cues but they also knew that if they were gonna put the mustang badge on it that they needed to make it something that would fail. Drive a mustang. It's obviously a car. That's much taller than a traditional mustang. But because it's electric. That has the battery in the floor underneath the floor. That's still gives it a relatively low center of gravity. And they put a lot of the people who've worked on mustang over the years on this program and to try to infuse it with as much mustang dna performance dna and And they territory an attitude as they could and so they came up with something that has echoes of mustang but is also very practical car. For the first time ever you know traditionally mustangs the backseat and the mustang is not a place where you where you wanna be if you're an adult. It's fine for kids but know it's always been a two plus two this is a real five-seater got four doors. Got a hatchback big big cargo area in the back. And it's something that can be used as a family car but it also has a lot of that mustang. feel but it's also extremely modern. So you got things like the fifteen and a half inch touchscreen display in the center here with their sink for a system on it. They designed a completely new user interface for this car and this is going to be spreading out to two other vehicles as well. Unlike tesla Four as ford decided that you're not going to have everything in this touchscreen interface here They did retain a an instrument. Cluster display up in the front here directly in of the driver. Which i think is where it belongs. Yes that gives you information like your speed. Your driver systems systems like dab cruise control and lane keeping assist your range information. All that is right in front of you in the in the user interface here it's designed to be basically three areas three zones of this. You have the main zone up top here which is whatever the current application that you're using right now. It's navigation for dr route but You've also got these cards down here in this lower in this middle section here which represent the other applications that you've used most recently so if you go to things like you know right now there's an iphone connected to this which is being used as the phone is a key system and that brought up the the apple carplay interface and you can see that when it carplay interface came up navigation. Went down here into the most recently used slot in the in the cart section. So i can quickly get back to toggle back and forth. I can go to the ford pass out for charging. If i want to go to tap that and you see the Carplay and the navigation ford passer still down here instantly accessible so the system learns based on your behavioral based on what you're doing and so i'm going to go back here was also At the top here have Your your picture. You can have profiles from multiple drivers in here. Each driver can have Is tied to their own kifah program it to the fourth pass app on your phone use. Use the phone as your key with bluetooth belly when you tap on that it shows you all the apps that are available to the nice thing that they've done with his user interfaces. They've kept everything close to the surface close to the top so you're not drilling down through multiple layers of display multiple layers of interface. To get to the things that you want to use. It's all up close so right now. there's three three drive modes that are available right now in whisper mode which is the most economical mode the quietest mode the engage mode is the default mode. That's kind of a nice balance between the better better efficiency but also more performance and then unbridled is the the most performance oriented mode and what changes in between each of those modes. Is you get changes in the searing. Feel the amount of steering effort and you know for an suv. This thing has excellent steering response during feel to changing the drive modes also changes the accelerator pedal response so in whisper mode. It gives you a little bit slower response when you tip into the accelerator pedal A little smoother. Calmer more comfortable feel to it But then when you go through engage and finally to unbridled each time it gets a little more aggressive both with the the tip in response so that you know when you when you hit the accelerator pedal. It'll respond quicker jump off line faster in unbridled than it does in either engage or whisper but it also does the same in reverse for regenerative braking so in whisper mode you get more aggressive region or rather than Br bridled mode. You get more aggressive regenerative braking than you do in whisper mode or engage mode and you also have the option here separately for one pedal driving And you can set that and it'll stay remember what your settings were So it always goes back to whatever your last settings were so one pedal driving is great especially if your stop and go traffic in city traffic or On a on a on a highway even in stop and go traffic jam because it will bring the car to a complete stop when you lift off the accelerator. So i have not touched the brakes and the car coming to a complete stop here and then accelerating nice. Quick celebration puts you back seat. It's not as fast right now. As the tesla performance moats. But this also isn't the highest performance version. That's that's gonna be the. Gt the machi. Gt comes out in the summer. Twenty twenty one will be the version that goes up against the likes of tesla model y performance with it's insane mode the gt's going to accelerate zero to sixty in the in the mid three second range. Which will put it comparable to the shelby. Gt five hundred. Which has the giant supercharged v. Eight engine when i drove the machi earlier this afternoon on the auto cross course that one we drove was The rear wheel drive version. And what was interesting about it. Was you know they. They really tuned the suspension field. To give it more of that mustang. Feel so we get some off throttle oversteer. Can you can control the attitude of the car really well with the accelerator pedal the ride quality and this despite the performance capability is actually quite good. It's very comfortable but it's still got really good body control one other aspect does change when you change the drive. Moans is the sound there's the unbridled gives you a little bit more aggressive sound to engage. It's a little bit more toned down and whispered as you would expect. it's very quiet

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"one pedal" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"one pedal" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"one pedal" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"one pedal" Discussed on The Big 98

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"one pedal" Discussed on Engaging Missions

Engaging Missions

10:19 min | 3 years ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Engaging Missions

"For the better part of five years wow did you does your family go with you cancer but at the time she was like you know I just don't feel like I should and then we had thirteen students who came Mingo into the Jaffa Gate and knock on the door so you can find a place to have the students day knocked on a couple of doors that were listed in the email and none of coming in two days so we need a place in you didn't send us here for nothing and I'm GonNa Sleep on the streets you come will make it work out will discuss price now for ten years they just moved because hotel was sold or the manager of the hotel took us on in we stayed there like I said and I'm wondering are there other ways that you've seen God provide for in your in I was as green as students were on where to go so I just ran be covering under the life of Christ the syllabus that we had was all four and that's what we did and it took place in different places so we came to early in that's what we did so but anyway that being said when we first started out we boom all of these places and then when the director the fellow that what used to be we don't have a classroom yet you know he emailed before and he says well Doug they were walking down this long corridor any said Doug let's just ask you want us to be having class if those who need to hear or if we just need privacy right is this hey doug hey Doug Davison we're going that way Doug Lord where should we go from here say hey look at that grass along the wall of the Old City Jesus had a classroom he said I think just walked it out so in he really taught Amand who just said God what would you like us to do in walked in it entrusted it must have been so much different to live through it as well we've been kind of I think this knowing God's word deeply well their heart changes it really comes down to what am I supposed to be doing for you Lord almost lays it out in it's one of the verses that our first week of orientation have mortgages they didn't have cars they didn't have leases on things they didn't I was a Fijian's to ten you know we all know eight nine for by for we are his workmanship created in Christ Jesus works good works plan for us that we might walk in US he says I've got stuff I want you to walk in and you know what it just came full circle with Dave we get so much direction from his word in that particular verse it basically says in His so merciful and gracious that I think a lot of times we get stuck having it helping me deepen my understanding as well after after Israel you spent some time less man on the face of this earth to be able to literally go around Israel if you're talking about Copernican up to go to the Galilee and walked the Gallatin feet and I'm like maybe there's somebody else who wants to this I started praying Lord if there's somebody else board in I don't want to get in the way of what you might have and literally within about you know whether I should go or not just was up to the Lord and the Lord brought didn't some ministries would kept saying if you ever need a break come to is come just come you guys you guys doing it hard if you need a break come in Lord what are you doing in the world what about this part of the world we went there and while we're there the look on her.

"one pedal" Discussed on Engaging Missions

Engaging Missions

09:05 min | 3 years ago

"one pedal" Discussed on Engaging Missions

"Personal thanks again to love never fails international for their sponsorship with the engaging Africa now he's in New Zealand but continuing to minister throughout Africa using mega voice really strong focus on the Bible what led to your love of the Bible thing and it's God's Word is well when he gets your us to read it's like his the word is his love letter left for due to accounts that I want you to know when did that passion begin yes he was restricted in teaching some things because of the type of me from New Jersey out to Colorado and then you you went to Bible school from the US that I found taught the Bible verse by verse from Genesis to revelation and failures in things like that it's like man I'm so much like Israel it's not even funny that's a place someday doug that I will have you be the Jewish community for a while working on homes of theirs and stuff so I just was it from when you first started have that sense until you actually said okay it's we had people who came to the church for Jewish you're a Messianic Jews in you and I did that with everybody who came through in a year unity came up to actually do something it was totally in some ways off my absolutely yeah so let's do that I'd love to know more about what what that was not even the opportunity I was afforded the opportunity to do very well in business some ways I honored him with my ten percents but it didn't honor him with my heart you ten percent that's not the issue but I blew you don't have a pastor who said to me Doug I don't know if you should be doing that I mean you're doing so well here going to be doing what job I would have so we packed up and left and went to North Carolina that same kind of church doing verse by Verse Teaching Through the Bible that they're known for in school and I urged him to go to Bible College before he went to secular to provoke him to go there and while I was on that website up what my son about it and he's like Oh that's interesting what else do you not I'm like well I don't know anything so I made a phone call talking to the director of this whole thing for the for the Bible College in the North Carolina he had left two years earlier and I didn't know that he we're just throwing this Bible college out in Jerusalem teaching sight were to offer my business in North Carolina became somewhat successful we both did pretty well so afforded me the opportunity to go for three months at a time a things that I didn't know was that you needed to be ordained pastor order to take on entity and again I still didn't know about being ordained pastor for them the pastor in and he didn't say it didn't say it mean or anything at all take on a load of the counseling at the Church so he's a but I feel like the Lord is you more clout more opportunity for but we've got one thing you need to be an ordained pastor mcglone that happens you.

How Much You Can Know

Curiosity Daily

02:15 min | 3 years ago

How Much You Can Know

"Gotta listener question from John on Twitter who wrote on your March fourteenth episode. You mentioned we always have room in our brains for more knowledge. I know it wasn't meant to be a statement of fact when you set it, but it got me thinking is there a limit to how much we can? No, great question. John. This is actually a pretty contentious topic in neuroscience circles, you'd think that since the brain is a physical organ. It must have some limit to how much knowledge it can store. I mean, a brain only has about one hundred. A billion neurons after all if the brain acted like a computer hard drive and only let you store a single unit of information in each of those neurons you'd run out of room pretty fast, but that's not actually how memory works instead memories and information or stored in the connections between neurons neurons, send out little branches that connect with branches from other neurons at a junction known as a synapse when you recall the capital of Luxembourg or where you parked your car. That's thanks to signals flowing across this connection from wonder onto the next sometimes continuing over entire networks of neurons and get this each of your one hundred billion neurons can make thousands of those connections with thousands of other neurons, which can make thousands more themselves. So how does that translate into the memory capacity of the human brain that's hard to say since memories don't come an individual bytes like they do on a computer? There are a lot of estimates out there. But even on the low end, it's pretty huge somewhere between one Tara. Bite and two and a half header bytes, by the way. One terabyte is about one thousand gigabytes and one pedal bite is one thousand terabytes it's a lot. But in reality. It's kind of useless to even talk about the brain's memory capacity in terms of a hard drive. Many regions of the brain are involved in many different memories at the same time while other regions aren't used for memory storage at all, but at least for practical purposes, there doesn't seem to be a limit on the brains overall capacity. There are a lot of champion memorisers in memories of ons out there and nobody's ever seemed to have found the brain's memory limit. But there is a limit to your short term memory, the part of your memory that only holds onto information for few minutes at a time that limit is seven most people can hold onto seven units of information before they start to forget

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Is There a Limit to How Much You Can Know?

Curiosity Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Is There a Limit to How Much You Can Know?

"Is there a limit to how much we can? No, great question. John. This is actually a pretty contentious topic in neuroscience circles, you'd think that since the brain is a physical organ. It must have some limit to how much knowledge it can store. I mean, a brain only has about one hundred. A billion neurons after all if the brain acted like a computer hard drive and only let you store a single unit of information in each of those neurons you'd run out of room pretty fast, but that's not actually how memory works instead memories and information or stored in the connections between neurons neurons, send out little branches that connect with branches from other neurons at a junction known as a synapse when you recall the capital of Luxembourg or where you parked your car. That's thanks to signals flowing across this connection from wonder onto the next sometimes continuing over entire networks of neurons and get this each of your one hundred billion neurons can make thousands of those connections with thousands of other neurons, which can make thousands more themselves. So how does that translate into the memory capacity of the human brain that's hard to say since memories don't come an individual bytes like they do on a computer? There are a lot of estimates out there. But even on the low end, it's pretty huge somewhere between one Tara. Bite and two and a half header bytes, by the way. One terabyte is about one thousand gigabytes and one pedal bite is one thousand terabytes it's a lot. But in reality. It's kind of useless to even talk about the brain's memory capacity in terms of a hard drive. Many regions of the brain are involved in many different memories at the same time while other regions aren't used for memory storage at all, but at least for practical purposes, there doesn't seem to be a limit on the brains overall capacity. There are a lot of champion memorisers in memories of ons out there and nobody's ever seemed to have found the brain's memory limit. But there is a limit to your short term memory, the part of your memory that only holds onto information for few minutes at a time that limit is seven most people can hold onto seven units of information before they start to forget

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