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"pathfinder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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Miami Authorities Ask for Help Identifying Gunmen in Deadly Shootings
"Masked suspects in a white Nissan Pathfinder, who opened fire early Sunday morning outside of Miami Banquet hall, killing two men and wounding 21. Others in a targeted and yet random shooting, authorities said, had spread terror and grief through their communities. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Living Kaba decried the violence and pledged justice for the victims. These despicable shootings in Northwest aid and in Wynwood are acts of Our shameful acts of violence that have left innocents. People dead and injured in total over 30 people shot and three dead so far. This is a neck septa ble. Let me be very clear. We will do everything everything we can and use every resource available to bring these people to justice. Police released a step it from surveillance video that showed a white SUV driving into an alley at the Strip Mall housing the L. Mullah Banquet Hall in northwest Miami Dade. The video shows three people getting out of a vehicle, one gripping a handgun, while the other two carried what police described as assault style rifles, as when the gunman sprayed bullets indiscriminately into the crowd, even though police say the assailants had specific targets in mind. A grieving parent
A Record-Breaking Flare From Sun's Nearest Stellar Neighbour
"Astronomers have detected one of the most violent still aflame ever recorded in the galaxy exploding out of proxima centauri the nearest star system that the sun the massive flare reported in the estra physical journal is the largest ever recorded coming from proxima centauri a small special tie. Game red dwarf star located just four point two five light years away. Proxima centauri has twelve percent the mass and fourteen percent the radius of the sun. It is a surface temperature of thousand seven hundred and seventy seven degrees celsius and is better thousand times less luminous than the sun. it's known to have. At least two orbiting planets one of which proxima b. is similar in size to the earth and orbits within the star's habitable zone. That's the region around a star with temperatures would allow liquid water central for life as we know it to exist on the planet. Surface red dwarfs are the most common type of star in the milky way galaxy making up about three quarters of all the stars in the galaxy. And because they're relatively dim it's easy to find orbiting except planets around them consequently the most common known source of exoplanets. And for this reason proximus story has long been a target for scientists have been defined life beyond the solar system. However there's always been a problem with red dwarf stars and that includes proxima centauri. They produce violent flares spilling out huge amounts of energy and plasma into the surrounding space. Eventually this would erode away any atmosphere around by planet. A would also radiate anything on the planet surface and that includes any hope of finding life on the surface of proxima b. The study's lead author assistant professor mcgregor from the university of colorado. Boulder says red dwarfs flare a lot more than stars like the sun and astronomers are only now beginning to understand the magnitude and character of their flays mcgregor and colleagues observed proxima centauri for forty hours using nine ground and space based telescopes including the square kilometer. Ray pathfinder as gap nassar's hubble space telescope the atacama large millimeter submillimeter array radio telescope alma and nasa transiting exoplanet survey satellite tests. This marked the first time. Astronomers have had this kind of multi wavelength coverage of a stellar flare.
"pathfinder" Discussed on CarCast
"Just like the same yet we just. They won't bush which is long which spicy designed to maximize the range that did three hundred fully full miles on tax which is one miles shorts of the rectal which earn a hell by a model three long range but the fold over performance. Epa byron twelve thousand this before tests. i will does does diamond. The and the full does so. It's about twelve percents over the over. The epa was a good result so gemini the macrey performs while in our range testing. And he's pretty pretty efficient to oversee with gt you'll trading you'll trading United states balancing. Act a yoyo kind of adding performance taking by a bit of range but to thirty to fifty miles led both both in a in a decent place. I think these things overtime. We'll normalize about three hundred miles. I think you'll end up with two fifty three hundred miles beamon an old for most caused and then the really high end stuff. My mortgage is is two hundred and fifty miles a satisfactory range or is it a number that we're going to get accustomed to living with because that's where we are with technology. I think it's all about infrastructure. I'm not the issue. I mean most. Mostly levion ev. You have a charge it up a look at and that to fifty miles ample. How many times do you tribal genetic fifty miles in a in a diet And then if you all wrote dripping it it's a question of wire. The fast garages. And how do you know how reliable law and everything else now. Quite tesla a has a really big lead at the moment. 'cause supercharging network is really strong and then the electrify mary. Kay and everything else charge for stuff. He's just notice. It's not as good so we've got some most coming out on this so you know but it will catch up. The infrastructure will only get better. But that's the thing i mean for. Most people get to fifty three hundred miles charging hope plus probably that you know that's fine okay. What else is have you been getting into. We were talking about a few other cars on the way. I don't know if you had a chance to drive. Gt three but you've been driving a few other things right yeah. Gt threes coming. We go something special coming up. Probably the gt three fifty four way out of shape i on drive with jt. Four driver very briefly Which is the cayman. And every all the focus is on the ball on the nine eleven but she came in. Gt four is such a thing. I don't know seven hundred and that's not slight which one hundred and twenty whereas. Gt three these days is getting on to an anti gte. Threes two seats sunday. gt His mid engine. Rear engine than yeah. That's that's a fabulous thing Below but yeah. That was Beautiful coffee when the previous came in. Gt four came out. I was looking at that car going. you know what. hey i. obviously you're getting a certain size of car. It's going to be tough to fit in for some people. But i was like a one hundred grand. I mean this is. This is kind of core territory for one hundred cranley when you start loading it up and you know do. Do you go after something like that or do you go after porsche. Gt four k. g. twenty four and You know i. I know that in taxes. I believe that bought one and absolutely loved it but i don't know what the long term sort of drivability comfort was a bumpy. Was it not. Was it like the older version. Like boxster are scored a lightweight. Kinda loud little bumpy. You know. But i'm not sure what to drive the gt for these days. Well the reasoning with only joining. Damn thing i mean. It's like a lot of bushes. They are actually pretty pretty comfortable You know because we lost the dumping penalties dot so good at is pretty pretty switchable. Also the candidates go quite a lot of space. I mean i'm six four. And i don't have the all the way back then brought the truck in the front with drug into backs though he's pretty eight for usable and then this despite version if you want you know if you won the roof down so i've always been a fan of the cabin that scott the factory avoided. Gt three motor in any way. They help overvalues. I well which is You know he's another big thing. Those those specialists all the gt costas. Yeah i'd say it's an is to and i kinda like i kinda liked. The geez folksy feels a little bit more intelligence. You know what i'm mainly. It's kind of like a not those in the know. Yeah okay. I want to hear what else you've been getting into but let me tell you guys about our friends at bb power. Their t s booster so say goodbye to that dead laggy throttle pedal feeling and enjoy quicker response and acceleration with the be power t s booster. 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Interview With Smithsonian's Ellen Stofan
"Hi and welcome to the aviation week. Check six podcast. I'm jen damasio the executive editor for defense and space. And i'm here with aviation weeks. Space editor irene. Clots and a very special guest ellen. Sto fan the under secretary for science and research at the smithsonian institution. Ellen comes here after leading the air and space museum and previously from nasa where. She helped plan to get humans to mars. But we're here today. Because of a really thrilling development. This morning nasa flew ingenuity. An aircraft for the first time on another planet in mars is very thin atmosphere. So i'm going to turn this over to irene. Who ensure has a lot of questions for ellen about this historic achievement. Thanks jen and welcome allan. This was all a very long time coming and I know that it's a significant step. For future. exploration of mars been likened to the ninety seven landing of the pathfinder mission with the prototype rover sojourner and we see what that led to colluding ingenuity is ride to mars ellen. Can you talk a little bit about as planetary scientists. what aerial abilities bring to the exploration table. Yeah well i. I will say on this day where. I'm still frankly just overcome by the immense this morning. It's i put this in an even broader context as having had responsibility for a while of caring for the nineteen. Three right flyer is. This is the first powered flight on another planet. Just let that blow your mind for a minute because this is huge historically and so it's really exciting so if we go to that fundamental level. Oh my gosh what we did on mars. It's incredibly exciting. But this idea of having multiple modes of mobility rovers or great especially when you want to go from rock to rock and analyze the composition. And we're looking for past life on mars. We really need that rover capability but you also want the ability to go longer distances more rapidly and you can only do that by air but mars is such a challenge because of that thin atmosphere but you know the ingenuity team. They show perseverance and ingenuity and they did it.
"pathfinder" Discussed on TeeVee
"Pathfinder before we go i do want to say i like the scene where we could see pathfinder. It looks like a fancy space space shuttle like curve wings engines in the back. That's pretty cool and my special character award this goes for i think General bradford who in the last scene where you know a pain is worried that he's going to get pushback right from the politicians. If he's adjusts the danielle be the commander right and bradford's like anybody gives you trouble. Let me know. I know i know people there. Yeah i seen where there is the pushback about danielle being the commander. And there's the discussion about it and pain is really reluctant right. He's like oh no no. This is on board everybody else. Margo and allen. You know all of them vouch for her there like she's grant. She did a fantastic job. I think it's fascinating. Because i don't know how much of that is him saying. You know some of it is the politics is don't don't stick your neck out. Don't deviate from the norm. The safest plays the safest way and they're trying to do something a little bit different and so part of him. I think he's got his instinct. Which is like a boy. I do think there's also a subtext there which we were talking earlier about various subjects about about women and about gay rights and about the aids crisis and all of that. There's probably a subtext here. Which is oh yeah. I report to a republican administration. There's some racism there. And how can how can i sell this to the racists in the white house and the racist in congress but at the same time you know it's and again it may not be like even fierce opposition but it may be like he knows they'll be pushed back and his natural state is to avoid pushback right and that's why it's all white guys. There's some glances exchanged in when he mentions. The republican got to sell it to the administration. Exactly which i thought was a nice. It's subtle there so having having the general there who we've seen throughout the season and have him step on one of those like i know people and the unsaid there is there is a black man the room and he is watching. You talk about this. And what are you going to do in this moment sir. Explicit point to which i thought was great. Was that like well. The soviets to show our race relations are history with into our face. So let's let's sort of get out in front of that which is also a nice moment and it sort of plays against in germany has the right word. But like the the scene with danielle in her sister-in-law where where they talk about essentially when martin luther king was assassinated and they like had a party right like they talking about people in the. She says it's not the people in clinton's platoon but like other soldiers essentially vietnam. And you know. There's a lot of subtext there too. 'cause she makes the point about like. Don't let them send another basically start another vietnam in space And it plays into this whole thing with like you know what we kind of have a racist government. Right like we're we're our history of this country is rooted in these problems. And so yeah. It's an interesting moment and of course it takes a white man suggesting it in the room to to actually have it considered as an option which is also should be somewhat uncomfortable. I liked that. Ed was one to step forward but it's also awkward because it's like well again like you said you're mostly full of white guys. Yeah yeah interesting though. And this show is so. Forgive me my interview. With ron moore. Awhile ago right before episode. One came out on the laptop podcast. He made it very clear that this is part of what they're doing right..
Nissan recalls 354K Pathfinder SUVs for brake light problem
"Nissan has issued a recall on some earlier model pathfinder S. U. V.'s the recall covers certain pathfinder models from twenty thirteen to twenty fifteen the problem is that the brake lights get stock in the on position making them pretty much useless the problem is also limiting engine power and it overrides the safety function that would require a foot to be on the brake pedal to start the engine or shift out of park some of the affected pathfinders had already been recalled in twenty sixteen but this adds the twenty fifteen model year and offers a new repair Nissan says it is aware of one crash that occurred because of the brake light problem I'm Jackie Quinn
"pathfinder" Discussed on KTRH
"Save a lot of money. And you won't spend hours and hours and hours inside a car dealership because who wants to do that? I don't. Let's go to Houston, Talk to Gail. Hey, welcome we're going to do for you. Hi, Jerry. Can you hear me? Yes, ma'am, I you just fine. So I have 2014 Nissan Pathfinder and has 120,000 miles on it. But it's been a good car all along and It's paid off. And so now my question is. Should I worry about getting another car? Will it probably last me a while. Have you had any transmission problems with it? No. That's probably gonna happen. It was just a characteristic of the 2013 through 2015 CVTs and the Pathfinder. In fact, 2013 when the new Pathfinder came out. And I was reviewing it. It's 1700 Miles. Had a complete transmission meltdown. And just driving it normal. And then as I got to looking at it that turned out to be a very common problem for a couple of years on. It's an expensive fix, too. You don't really fix CVT transmission. You replace him, and that's a $8500 thing. Other than that, there's really no risk it. It's they're good. They're good issue these other than that one problem, But you know, I have to tell you That if you if you like the Pathfinder, the newer pathfinders, the not 18 1920 twenties, Nissan has continually added a lot of safety features. The years does not have And so, for that reason, I think I would look a trade and you could. You could trade for either a certified one or the incentives for December Really good right now on Pathfinder. Um So is it is better to purchase in December than, say, January? Oh, yes. January is the worst month of the year. It is that's when I pulled, they pulled back. They twirl money way all year long and they pour it on in December to finish the year strong. That's more so this year than years. I remember in the past because of covet. And then in January there pull all that money off the table. It's January's the worst month of the year to get a new vehicle. Okay. You want to do it in December? And my question is December the months to do it? Yes. It's the best month of the year. Always been that way for as long as I've been around, I got Fred Hasni sign. I got Katie Nissan, both of my website under certified dealers, and both of them are top notch. Both of you Take good care of you. Just be sure you talked to my contact. Email them through their page at corporate us a dot com under certified dealers, and they'll know I sent you. They'll make this real simple for you. Just pick the one that's closest to you. And go see them and definitely do it in the month of December, And I I would tend to tell you to do it sooner rather than later now because of inventory levels they you know they were gonna get shortened. Supplied. The longer you wait. You have more selection now, then you'll have the rest of the month. That's a fact. I do appreciate the call the one at least a couple of weeks ago. Yep. There's none on the lot, and this is a big, big, big lot about 800 cars. There's there's not anything that comes close to the options in color combinations that I wanted it now, and it's not. Not gonna not likely get much better. There'll be some deliveries. You know, from the factories to the dealers the rest of this month, But about the boys of the week after Christmas, they won't get anything in the plan. Buddy for plants are shut down. The convoy. Companies were shut down. They don't have anything coming in. So Your particular and you want a certain color? You best do it right now. You'd be better off. Don't forget our Facebook contest. Click the Facebook logo at the top of car pro usa dot com and you two can play and you might win 500 bucks.
"pathfinder" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"With vivian. Tracy do you have a little listener mail to wrap this up. I do also related to medicine and previous episodes that we have done on the theme of saving lots of babies and it is from shana says. Hello holly and tracy. I've been listening to a podcast for years and have always wanted to be a part of your listener eagles but had never had anything interesting to impart. And then. When i felt like i did i never actually got around to writing. That might even put it on my to do list. Maybe even last year where it's been lingering until now. This year has been a year of fate especially surrounding my wedding last weekend that we booked in august as a purposeful cova wedding it was a pop up wedding which was perfect for me as a bride. Who wanted nothing to do with the planning part of a wedding. It was amazing anyway. Not the purpose of this email. It was your podcast recently. Were tracy mentioned procrastination to which i reminded myself about e mailing and then at the end of the bram stoker episode. You talked about the episode deja vu. Which was what. I originally was going to email you about. See fate so now. I feel compelled to actually push aside the procrastination and get down to business. Goes back to the episode about dr kuni and the premature babies. I started listening to sob bones as a recommendation from you guys and they did an episode about dr kuni and i was like yes in history to this topic already the inventor dr that premature babies invented incubator showed it at some kind of world fair brought to america. It was like a beachside attraction or something i totally remember this and then shortly thereafter you guys released an episode on dr kuni and mentioned that it was on sobbing and i sat there utterly confused because in my mind. You had already done that topic. That's how i knew about it. I tried searching the archives and found nothing so ever. Since i've had this issue i thought of. How did i know all about dr kuni before both podcast episodes on it. Maybe i'll never knew. But it's the weirdest thing. And i one hundred percent understand episode deja vu. So shot went on to write a little bit about the home economics episode we didn't previously and of course that was offered in ontario called managing personnel family resources which included all kinds of basic life stuff including what the symbols on. Your clothes mean for washing. I'm not gonna read the whole rest of the email because it is a relatively long. But i just wanted to say. I hate those washing symbols. I know the point was to try to standardize wandering instruction on labels. But i don't know what any of their main and every time i looking at a new piece like a new garment that i'm washing for the first time if it only has those symbols and it doesn't have words. I'm like having to google laundry symbols to be able to do my laundry. So anyway sean. Thank you so much for this email. I became very curious to be like how did shawna learn about the baby. Sideshows that That that seemed to already be shawna's mind before having gotten our episode there was a couple of years before we or sabas did the episode. There was an episode of story core. Which would have been played during morning. Edition on npr. If you're a morning edition listener or just a story. Core listener and that predated are episode and sovereigns episode in the ninety nine percent invisible episode. All of which were reasonably near one. Another i think yeah. Or maybe the saban's was was. I was first and then it was like us and ninety nine percent invisible near each other. Anyway that's a great mystery to solve. i also having like. Didn't i hear that before what's happening. We're out of halloween season. 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"pathfinder" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"That he later described as humiliating. Blaylock retired from johns hopkins. Five years later and as he was mulling over how to spend his time after his retirement. Thomas said not to include him in those plans for most of their thirty four years working together blaylock had just assumed that they were a package when entertaining other job in research offers thinking that if he left johns hopkins. Thomas would obviously go to. But thomas wanted to make his own way. Blaylock died on september fifteenth nineteen sixty four. Just a few months. After he retired toward the end of his life he expressed some regret over having not ever sent thomas to medical school. Blaylock's obituary in the new york times described the surgery performed on eileen saxon quote hospital officials recalled that dr blaylock made a long incision and exposed to the beating heart of a fifteen month old girl then for three hours. He worked at an operation. No one had ever done before. The obituary also mentioned six involvement. But not that thomas was standing behind blaylock and walking him through it vivien. Thomas continued to have a career at johns hopkins after blaylock retirement as lab supervisor. He had been training surgeons and technicians for years including training twenty black surgical technicians. Two of whom later went on medical school. The johns hopkins school of medicine integrated in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and thomas had also become a mentor for the university's first black medical students and residents in the years that followed attitudes about race were shifting in the united states in general and at johns hopkins specifically in an elite nineteen sixty surgeons and technicians. Who had trained with vivien. Thomas started to advocate for him to be recognized for his contributions. a group of former surgical fellows nicknamed the old hands club. Took the lead on commissioning and paying for a portrait of ian thomas to be hung across from blaylock's portrait in the lobby of the blalock building at the johns hopkins hospital. The portrait was unveiled at a meeting of the johns hopkins medical and surgical society in nineteen seventy one after a series of speeches. Thomas spoke as well. He said that when he had learned about the plans for this portrait quote. My emotions were quite mixed and they still are. People in our category are not accustomed to being in the limelight. Most of you are if our names get into print. It's usually in the very fine print down at the bottom somewhere but being placed in the position i find myself now makes me feel quite humbled but at the same time just a little proud at no time during all the years that i have been here at hopkins have. I had any idea that i would ever do anything that would make a mark upon this institution or make any contribution to the field of medicine that would merit such recognition. As i am getting here today. Press coverage about the unveiling of this portrait is. How many of thomas's friends and neighbors learned for the first time. Just what kind of work. He had been doing johns hopkins. He wrote in his autobiography about getting this call from a friend like the morning newspaper came out laskey asking questions and he was like. I'm still in bed. I don't. I don't know what you're talking about. Talk further recognition of thomas's achievements and contributions followed from there in nineteen seventy six. He was named instructor of surgery at johns hopkins university school of medicine meaning that he was for the first time formerly part of the faculty. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by the university that same year. This followed an effort from university of maryland. College park to do the same. Which fell through after the board of regents voted not to approve it. Even though thomas had already been informed that it was in the works that seemed very embarrassing for the university of maryland. College park also for reasons. That aren't entirely clear to me. The honorary doctor got is a doctorate of laws and not a doctor of medicine and i was not able to track down why that was that. There were vague references to there being some restrictions and i was like what restrictions do you mean toward the end of his time at johns hopkins. Thomas worked with dr levi watkins junior who was the first black medical student to graduate from vanderbilt university and the first black cardiac surgery resident at johns hopkins. Thomas helped watkins develop and troubleshoot the process for implanting an automatic cardiac defibrillator. That is a surgery that watkins performed for the first time in nineteen eighty. Thomas had retired just a year before that happened and at the request of many of his colleagues had started writing an autobiography. The autobiography was printed as pioneering research in surgical shock and cardiovascular surgery vivien thomas and his work with alfred blalock copies printed more recently are titled partners of the heart which is also the title of a movie from pbs. American experience that debuted in two thousand four the h. b. o. Movie called something. The lord made stars most deaf as vivien. Thomas alan rickman. Is alfred lock in mary. Stuart masterson is helen. Tau sick and it also came out in two thousand four wien. Thomas died of pancreatic cancer on november. Twenty six thousand nine hundred eighty five. The work that he did with alfred blalock really set the stage for the field of cardiac surgery. It was a field that really flourished from their blalock and thomas and the rest of the surgical team demonstrated that it was possible to operate on a heart and that patients who were sick enough to require cardiac surgery could survive the anesthesia and the physical trauma that were required to carry it out. When alfred blalock helen taussig and robert gross were granted. The albert lasker clinical medical research award in nineteen fifty four. They were described as launching quote a worldwide surge of effective investigation and corrective surgery into all phases of cardiovascular dynamics. This absolutely would not have been possible without vivien. Thomas surgical procedures that thomas developed are still performed today. Although the blalock thomas taus shunt as it is increasingly. Known is often temporary. First step to help a patient survive until they can have other procedures to address a heart malformation formation more directly today it typically involves a synthetic shunt rather than one of the patient's own blood vessels for one point of conjecture that often comes up as thomas might have achieved if he had been able to attend medical school the idea being that if he was so brilliant with a high school education that he might have been truly astounding if he had been able to earn an md. Really little complicated thomas's connection so blaylock gave him access to white medical institutions which he would not have had if he had gone to medical school and started a career of his own. In the words of dr rowena spencer who worked with thomas on the development of the atrial septum me and was the only woman ever to serve as a surgical intern for alfred. Blalock quote the truth of the matter is that is a black physician. In that era he would probably had to spend all his time and energy making a living among an economically deprived black population. And we'll end with a brief and frequently repeated and alestra tive story from the late. Dr j. alex taylor early in his career he was working at the national institutes of health with alfred casper as a technician one day while working in the lab howler ran into trouble with bleeding during a procedure but solved. The problem. casper complimented howler on how he had handled himself. And how however said well. I trained with dr blaylock later. During another procedure that went even further awry however found himself totally at a loss for what to do and casper stepped in and fix the situation when hallard thanked and complimented casper. He said i trained.
"pathfinder" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Fairness but because he knew that thomas was critical to his work in nineteen thirty eight. Blalock and thomas started researching pulmonary hypertension. Their experiment involved. Rerouting the blood flow around the pulmonary artery and back into the lungs. It did not work as they had hoped. But that will come up again. Leader in the episode in nineteen forty one. Blaylock was offered another job. This time at johns hopkins and baltimore maryland again. S surgeon and chief once again. Blaylock asked about bringing thomas with him as assistant. Johns hopkins only black employees at the time were working in janitorial roles but they ultimately agreed but thomas was sure that he wanted to go Admit relocating his whole family from nashville to baltimore city that he had never been to. And what are they didn't know anybody but it also seemed unlikely that he could find a job related to medicine without his connection to blaylock and with world war looming. Thomas thought the job market offer him some protection if he were drafted he might wind up in a medical unit. Ultimately thomas did decide to go with blalock in this move turned out to be a lot harder than expected. Blaylock had negotiated their salaries without a clear. Sense of how much more expensive baltimore was. The nashville suspected both of them. Obviously but it affected thomas. He was making a lot less money at a lot. More profoundly and it turned out. The thomas pay just was not enough to support his family. The two cities were also quite different. For their black residents in nashville the thomas had lived in a thriving. Black neighborhood with black owned businesses a robust middle class but most of baltimore's black residents were living in overcrowded tenements and many reliving living in poverty. Thomas described many of the apartments he saw while looking for a place to live in the only neighborhoods where he would be allowed to live as barely fit for human habitation. Johns hopkins refused to increase thomas. Pay from what had originally been negotiated. So blaylock convinced neurosurgeon walter dandy to make a gift to the medical school earmarked for thomas's salary that made thomas is living situation more comfortable in terms of finances but he was still having to face segregation and racism at work every day. Johns hopkins treated black patients but they entered the facility through a separate door. Some departments had segregated words and others saw black and white patients on different days of the week. Blood banks and morgues were also segregated by race. Also as i mentioned earlier the only other black employees there were doing things like janitorial work and so after being openly stared at while walking through the building wearing his white lab coat. Thomas decided just not to wear it outside of the lab again. The lab was the old hunter theory in laboratory and it was also in disrepair. Thomas had to repaint make repairs an order new equipment before it was really workable. Once they were settled in blalock and thomas began working on finding ways to treat narrowed a in babies and children including developing techniques to suit. Your blood vessels together in nineteen forty two pediatric cardiologists. Dr helen taus approached. Dr blaylock about trying to find a surgical treatment for scientific heart disease or heart conditions that caused the skin and the mucous membranes. To look blue because of a lack of oxygen says also known as blue baby syndrome in particular. She was interested in a treatment for tetralogy of fellow and as we talked about in more detail on the episode armed house. This is a collection of four congenital malformations that causes blood to circulate through the body without carrying enough oxygen when without treatment about half of children born with tetralogy of fellow die before their third birthday and the vast majority don't live to adulthood. There's a bit of debate about who came up with which piece of the idea for a surgical treatment for this condition various versions credit blaylock. Tau sake and dr edwards park who is chief of pediatrics. At johns hopkins with specific details including which specific blood vessels to focus on. But it's generally agreed that suggested that blalock look for a surgical treatment for the tetralogy of alot. And that thomas was the one who worked out the process and by worked out the process blalock and thomas in nineteen thirty eight attempts at inducing pulmonary hypertension provided a starting point. So first thomas worked out how to surgically replicate a condition similar to drowsy of flow and dogs and then he worked out how to connect the sub clave ian and pulmonary arteries before allowing more blood to travel back into the lungs to pick up more oxygen. It took thomas two years of work and hundreds of surgeries to perfect this process starting on dogs and then moving onto human cadavers. Because there were no suturing needle. Small enough to work on the blood vessels of babies and small children. Thomas had to manually filed them down from larger needles. He also had to improvise suturing silk as no silk had been developed that was made specifically for working on blood vessels in addition to all of that there were worries about whether children who were sick enough to need. The surgery could actually survive being anesthetized for it. Thomas felt pretty confident in the process that he had worked out by late. Nineteen forty four and we will talk about the first time blalock performed it on a human patient after sponsor break in the summer and autumn of twenty twenty. The city of portland oregon became the center of a vast media blitz thousands of viral video showing marching federal agents and police. Officers tear-gas black-clad anarchists and fires went viral. All over the internet would didn't go. Viral was the truth because the story of portland's black lives matter movement and of the portland protests of twenty. Twenty is so much stranger than i think the mainstream media would ever be willing to cover. I was there and more importantly the people that i talked to. My new show uprising. A guide from portland were there through their experiences. You'll learn the truth about portland and about what's coming for the rest of the united states in the next few years. Listen to uprising a guide from portland on november. Twenty third on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. 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"pathfinder" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"View by nineteen thirty-three thomas had reached the point that he would prepare a dog for surgery and open close while blaylock and only did the actual surgical procedure that they were developing. And then this progress to thomas doing the surgical procedures himself from beginning to end. That started one day when blalock had asked for an animal to be prepared for surgery but then he didn't arrive in the lab is expected. Thomas work went way beyond. What other technicians in the lab. We're typically doing blaylock would have an idea. Thomas would workout document how to do it before teaching it to blaylock and blaylock relied on thomas's work extensively. He published papers that. Were based on techniques that thomas had developed and perfected. And he's data that. Thomas had gathered when drafting papers blaylock would call on thomas to check his wording to make sure that what he was describing was accurate. Since thomas was the one who had the most thorough knowledge in nineteen thirty-three blaylock delivered a groundbreaking lecture on the nature of traumatic shock based on their work together. He connected shock to blood and fluid loss and described it as treatable with blood transfusions or plasma or if neither of those available with saline that same year vivien. Thomas married clara flanders. They would go on to have two daughters olga faye born in nineteen thirty four and theodosius born in nineteen thirty eight when the girls were still young. The family moved. And we're gonna get into that a sponsor break. We recently spoke with lula. Demissie from ally bank about how women's participation in investing has evolved over the years. I'm here with lula demissie. And we're going to talk a little bit about how women's role in participating and investing and investing their own money that has evolved over the years. Thanks for having me. So can you tell us a little bit about why. Historically women haven't invested as much as men have. Will you know it's interesting because you can look at it. Also tracking sort of the right to vote the right of many things at the suffragettes sort of started out. That had to be consequently realized. Like i bet you know that. It's not until the nineteen sixties. The woman could actually open a bank account right starting to open a credit card was nineteen seventy four. so it's a recent game for the gender Part of it is. We've just not been in the club for a long time. And this thing takes practice to do an part of it is also just typically in two person. Households women have been relegated to really the chief financial officer in the sense that she's the person that's really governing the budgets. And the spend and not really about the investing. And so it's it's really been the last two plus decades that you see women turning into the investors in the household. But there's still a long way to go. We have not been at this inhabit invited. Not long enough. Do you think that women are still under represented today in terms of investing. Yes but more than just under represented it's also the industry is not shaped to truly welcomed them in right majority of advisers are still male. Women are considered to be more cautious as investors and so typically they get relegated to things that are less sort of investing in more high yield savings kind of vehicles. Which is there's nothing wrong with those either. But i think much of it about under representation also because the industry hasn't been shaped to invite them. What do you think the industry can do to continue to become more welcoming to women as investors great question. I mean a few things. One is continue to design services and products that are inclusive in the way that they are shape. Typically it said that women are more conservative in their investment outlook. But it's also because they like to do a lot of research so maybe products and services that lean harder on upfront research and understanding before people have to jump in and so. I think there's a lot of things we can do in the analogy of how we design services that not only will benefit women but just widened. The scope of people can participate. Thank you so much lou and to ally invest for being part of the show today. Thanks for having me to learn more. Visit dot com slash history class. That's a. l. l. y. dot com slash history class street. Politicians is a show. What the people. I am to meet the mallory. The one who is always right on my son. The one who is never catch us every wednesday on the black defect network breaking down social and civil rights issues pop culture and politics in hopes of pushing out culture forward to make the world a better place for generations succumbs. But that's not all. We will also have guests to add their thoughts on the topic as well as breakdown. Different political issues with local activists in their community. Always agree might not always be way never always be wrong. We don't always feel if you like to be informed and to expand your thoughts than listen to st politicians on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. It's right the research. That alfred blalock vivian commerce and others in the research lab vanderbilt. Were doing in the nineteen thirties and into nineteen forty led to life saving treatment for wounded soldiers during world war. Two but how does his contributions were really mad. Acknowledged at the time his pay was also low enough that he had some moonlight as a bartender to make ends meet included at parties hosted by dr blaylock where thomas sometimes had to serve drinks to his colleagues from the lab over the years. The possibility of going to medical school faded away even after the end of the great depression. There just wasn't enough money to save for school while also supporting a family. Even though thomas was doing the work of a senior research fellow he was being paid and classified as a janitor. When thomas realized this and ask for a raise he was given one but he wasn't sure if he was moved into technicians position or if he was just being paid more and was still being listed as a janitor in nineteen thirty seven. Blaylock was offered a job as chief of surgery at henry ford hospital in detroit and this would have been a huge step up for his career but when blalock asked about bringing thomas with him as his assistant the hospital made it clear that it did not hire black people. Blaylock turned down the job. Not because of any kind of sense of.
"pathfinder" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy veal thin. And i'm holly fry today. We have the second episode and are not exactly a two parter about the development of a surgical treatment for blue babies. Children who have scientific heart conditions particularly tetralogy of follow. The earlier episode was on dr helen. Tau sig and these two episodes are really pretty much stand learns but dr tasks name is gonna come up a lot in this one and the like anatomical detail about what to try to your flow. Is we talked about earlier. I think you can understand the surgery without knowing all that detail. If you're like but i didn't. I didn't listen yet. It'll be okay today. We are going to talk about surgical technician. Vivien thomas. Thomas was the one who really worked out how to do this surgery. And dr alfred blalock performed it for the first time thomas was standing behind him walking him through it. Blaylock was the surgeon. In chief at johns hopkins. At this point and thomas presence and the operating room was baffling or maybe even offensive to other observers. This was a nineteen forty. Four and thomas was a black man working at an institution whose only other black employees did janitorial work. He also had not ever attended medical school or even college also. Thomas is work that we're talking about today involved research on animals and we're not going to have a ton of detail about that but it is in their vivian theodore. Thomas was born on august. Twenty ninth nine hundred ten in lake providence louisiana a lot of sources list his place of birth as new iberia and it is not entirely clear. What is behind that discrepancy. The two cities are well over two hundred miles. Apart and thomas autobiography says new providence. His auto biography also says that he liked to joke that his parents named him. Vivian because they thought they were going to have a girl they already had a daughter followed by two sons and another daughter was on the way. Vivians father william was a carpenter and his mother. Mary was a seamstress. The i don't i don't know if he was named after anyone in particular but that was a story he liked to tell Not sure what his his parents thought of that story. When vivian was two. The family moved to nashville tennessee and as he got a little older. Vivian started helping his father with the carpentry business in nineteen twenty nine. Vivian graduated with honors from pearl high school which was the only high school in the area that admitted black students and which also had an excellent reputation. He dreamed of going to medical school and in addition to his carpentry work for his father he had taken a job as an orderly to try to earn enough money for it. Vivian also spent his summers doing maintenance work at fisk university later in life he described a formative experience. He had at this job after he replaced worn out flooring. His foreman told him that his work was unacceptable. The foreman could still see where the repair had been made. Vivian did it over and later. His former pointed out that he could have just done it right the first time. Vivian really took this to heart and the fall of nineteen twenty nine vivien. Thomas enrolled in the pre med program at tennessee agricultural and industrial college. Which is now tennessee state university so historically black land grant university. He hoped to go from there to mehari medical college following the nineteen ten release of the flexner report which we talked about on the show earlier this year. This was one of only two remaining medical schools that accepted black students but the great depression made thomas's medical school aspirations impossible the bank where he had deposited his savings closed and he lost it. All carpentry work dried up as well and he started working a collection of odd jobs just to try to make ends meet in early. Nineteen thirty. Thomas asked his friend. Charles man love who worked at vanderbilt university whether he knew of any job openings there and man love answered that he did know about a job assisting in a laboratory but the doctor running that lab dr alfred blalock was in his words hell to work with so for just a little on blaylock. He had been born in georgia in eighteen ninety nine. He attended georgia military academy and served in the army war. One before going on to the university of georgia from there. He studied medicine at johns hopkins. University blaylock was not a particularly great student not bad but also not exceptional. Consequently he lost the general surgery residency that he wanted because his grades just weren't good enough so blaylock started a residency in neurology instead after a while. He did manage to move back over to general surgery but he had some kind of dispute with the other surgical residents and ultimately resigned. He wound up finishing his surgical residency. At vanderbilt university in nashville. Which is the place he described as a backwater after he finished that residency blalock continued to work at vanderbilt in addition to his work as a surgeon he was researching the nature of shock at the time the prevailing theory was that shock brought on by trauma to the body was caused by toxins and doctors did not really know how to treat it. So after finding out about vivian. Thomas's background including that. He wanted to go to medical school. Blaylock hired him but lacks research needed really careful monitoring so he wanted somebody who could set up and monitor experiments in the lab while blaylock was treating patients in the hospital blaylock described it to thomas as wanting someone. He could train to do anything that he could do. And maybe some things he couldn't. Thomas started this new job on february tenth. Nineteen thirty the pay was twelve dollars a week. The previous summer had earned twenty dollars a week as a carpenter so at first thomas was a little reluctant at the same time. He imagined that this was temporary. The carpentry jobs we're gonna come back with warmer weather in the spring so he saw this as just something to carry him over. In the meantime most of blaylock's research being conducted on and thomas started out weighing them. Taking measurements anesthetizing them preparing them for surgical procedures monitoring them and keeping records but it quickly became clear that his abilities went. Beyond all that he started learning to make incisions into suture and dr joseph beard. He was one of blaylock's research. Fellows tutored thomas and anatomy physiology and chemistry. A couple of months into thomas work with blalock. He made some kind of error by the time. He wrote his autobiography many years later to describe this he no longer remembered the details of exactly what he had done wrong. But when blalock discovered it he was living shouting and swearing in what thomas described as almost a temper tantrum full of foul language after blaylock left the room. Thomas asked one of the lab assistance. How often that happened. The answer was anytime. Blaylock had previously had a bad night meaning that he had drunk to excess. So thomas went into blake's office and told him that while he was doing his best that he might make mistakes sometimes and that he could not work for blaylock if he was going to be spoken to that way every time it happens. Thomas went on to say that he had not been raised to us or to take that kind of language. Although the other assistance expressed some doubts that blalock behavior would ever improve. Thomas said he never faced this kind of an outburst from blaylock again. just in case you're thinking. Hey wasn't this. During prohibition yup the answer was yes the blalock had an illicit keg of whiskey hidden in the lab and eventually his thomas's relationship progressed to sometimes having a drink together but they only socialized this way within the confines of the lab.
6 Drivers of Business with Daniel Tardy and Sarah Sloyan
"Over the past few years, coaching, small business owners were in the country. One of the things that I've learned. Is that y'all do not lack intensity folks. Passion is kind of the price of admission. If you WANNA, start a lead and own your own business so I don't doubt your passion, but what I've seen is that the difference maker between business owners that fail and those that succeed is that the ones who succeed the ones who win at the highest level are the ones who have a plan for consistently executing on the things that matter most over an extended period of time, and that begs the question what matters most from the Ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast. podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams in their profits. I'm your host Alex Jones and today we get to sit down with two of our senior leaders. Here at Entree Leadership Daniel Tardy, and Sarah slowing and I am so excited because they're going to walk you. The small business owner through the things that we have identified here at Entree leadership matter most for your organization, we call them the six drivers of business success, and if you're going to grow as a leader as a team and as a business, you're going to have to focus on all six of them now six drivers, it sounds super simple, but just like most things it is far from easy. Alex remember the first time that I started learning about business. I started hearing from my dad and my granddad. These different phrases that were busy phrases. You know things like a pnl an income statement. Sales and marketing revenue, and you know. I think businesses such a fascinating world, but it's also really complicated because there's all these words these. These different ways of doing business, and then you get to hear most businesses fail. Crap how they feel. And how do you make sure you don't fail? And you start learning about it and you kind of get excited to explore this this world, but then you also realize it's Pandora's box and adjust keeps going, and there's so much infinity when it comes to what it takes to win in business, and that was the backdrop of what. What I stepped into a leadership role in business for the first time, essentially going there so much here, it's so confusing it so overwhelming I'm going to do my best I got a few things figured out, but I still feel like there's something about blind spot. That's going to take me out and I. Don't really know what to focus on and so. The key with all of this is, we have figured out the business actually. Isn't that complicated? We just make it complicated and we spend a lot of time with Dave with our leadership team, and looking at our journey, and looking at thousands of customers that we've worked with and we've said. What's true with all these businesses? That's making them work. And we figured out as it's really about six simple things that if you'll focus on these six things, you're GonNa win, and you actually don't have to worry about anything else. And so we took this very complicated. Overwhelming space that for people like me tend to feel intimidated with how much complexity there is and go. Let's just put the cookies on the bottom shelf and go. What are we really talking about here? And I know the last time we had a conversation here. We talked about those different stages that we've really realized every small business including our own goes through from the treadmill all the way to the peak performer, and ultimately the legacy builder, and it seems like Sarah that there's kind of like this option of like you can either wander through those stages on your own, or you can follow a guided path, and it seems like the. The Path is the better option for the business owner. I mean it's my preferred option. Just because I feel like if I can get to where I'm wanting to go faster, because someone else has forged the way and can say hey, here are the key milestones. There's a reason why I don't usually take all the back roads when I'm trying to get somewhere. Fast I like all the back roads when I've got the luxury of kind. Kind of you know if I'm just trying to see the sights, but if I'm if my purpose is getting somewhere, then I want to get there. You know as efficiently as possible. So yeah I'd love having kind of a roadmap and signs that I'm on the right path for those things and I would even argue you don't really wonder from the treadmill to the Pathfinder to the trailblazer most people if they don't focus on the six. Six areas. They never actually get off the treadmill. You know so. It's not just a matter of. Do you want to get there faster slow, or do you want to take the long way or the short way? Unfortunately, if you stay on the treadmill and you don't focus on these areas, one of them will become your blind spot or your Achilles heel and cause you to stay on the treadmill so long that eventually you collapsed satistics. Happens with small businesses who stay on the treadmill and it's not even necessarily that the business fails. It's you are then you're lifestyles threaten. Most of these folks start their business for freedom. You know they don't want to answer to other people. They want to go to their kids. Soccer Games they WANNA make money to be able to afford to vacations and if they stay on. On that treadmill. They never actually get to do those things and it's crazy. Sometimes, it's like unfortunately will coincide with business. Owners will meet them when they are sick and tired of being sick and tired, and it's like I'm just so fed up with being trapped by the thing that I built and it sounds like what this path is about. Yes, totally yeah, I mean I. I feel sad when I hear that because I know so many business owners. They believe that there's a better way that's why they started, but use the word feeling trapped by the thing they started. You know and it's very normal for small business owner to end up in that spot where they feel trapped. They feel desperate. They feel hopeless and so our goal with creating this framework and observing and researching. What does it really take to win and business is to take that business owner who's feeling trapped and starting to wonder if they have what it takes and give them a clear guided plan that says if you'll just focus on these things you're gonNA. GonNa win because what happens. Is that business owners starts thinking. They're the problem and they don't have what it takes. They're not cut out for it in the truth is like they probably are a lot better than they feel like they are. They just need a clear plan so that if they follow the plan, they combine that with their driving their ingenuity, and then they're off to the races and
"pathfinder" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. Our allies. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world that we possibly can, and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music, too, so wake up with a bunch of my friends. On Ninety eight point seven W M Z, Q in Washington DC, or wherever the rotates you on the radio APP. Greetings everyone welcome to this day in history class where we learn a smitten of history every. Day. It was July fourth, nineteen ninety-seven. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Better known as NASA landed the Mars Pathfinder on Mars ares valleys. It's robotic rover named Sojourner became the first wheeled vehicle to explore the surface of another planet. Part of Pathfinder's purpose was to prove that spacecraft could be cheaper, faster and better. The mission demonstrate the technology that was necessary to get a lander and a robotic rover to the surface of Mars on a lower budget. The lander cost one hundred and fifty million dollars to develop and build while the rover cost about twenty five million dollars. Including lunch and operations, the Mars Pathfinder mission cost two hundred sixty five million dollars. The Mars Pathfinder mission will be the first time a spacecraft landed on the planet and more than two decades. The previous time was in nineteen, seventy six, when biking wine, in Viking to made it to Mars. Landing was a difficult task for spacecraft. In fact, many landers at the Soviet Union Russia and United States. cinemark were lost or destroyed. Mars Pathfinder was launched on December Fourth Nineteen ninety-six. The robotic spacecraft was made up of an eight hundred sixteen pound or three hundred seventy kilogram lander officially called the Carl Sagan Memorial Station and the twenty three pound rover Joyner. The rover was named after Sojourner, truth and abolitionist and activist in the nineteenth century. On July, Fourth Nineteen ninety-seven Mars Pathfinder entered the thin Martian atmosphere taking atmospheric measurements as it descended toward the surface of the planet. A heat-sealed slowed the space craft down then a parachute was deployed slowing the craft descent through the atmosphere. Then released is heat shield, and the lenders separated in lowered from the back. Shell on a tether. Bag inflated about ten seconds before landing, forming a protective shield around the lander. Three solid rockets fired to slow the descent even more, the tether was cut in. The lander drops to the surface. It bounced more than a dozen times before it rolled in stopped two and a half minutes after landing. Mars Pathfinder had landed on the surface of the red, planet in a flood plain and the northern hemisphere called Ares Vallis chosen for its safety and the variety of rocks present there that sojourner could analyze. It made it to Mars surface less than a second from his projected landing time, the whole process of entry descent and landing lasted about four minutes. After landing the airbags, deflated and Pathfinder opened its solar panels. The lander back data collected during entry and landing, and it sent images that it took of the landing area. SOJOURNER was soon released from the lander down a ramp. So joyner had to black and white cameras navigate one color camera, and an Alpha Proton experts spectrometer for analyzing rocks and soil. It's top speed was about two feet per minute. The rover analyzed the composition of nearby rocks. which scientists named Barnacle Bill Yogi and Scooby Doo? NASA said that the data it gathered could be evidence of a more water rich Mars. Lander related information from the rover to Earth and took pictures of the sky and its surroundings. It also tested the magnetic properties of dust on the planet. So Journal, it was designed to last seven days, but it ended up staying in operation for eighty four days. It traveled about three hundred and thirty feet during the mission. The lander was designed to last thirty days, but the final data transmission from Pathfinder was received on September, twenty, seventh, Nineteen ninety-seven. The battery, which had been repeatedly charged and discharged may have failed. The Land Rover sent more than seventeen thousand images back to Earth. It also provided analysis of the rocks and soil on Mars and data on wind and weather. The technology used in the Mars. Pathfinder mission was later used with some changes on the Mars. Exploration Rover Mission, which began in two thousand three. I'm each jeffcoat. Hopefully. You know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. There any upcoming days in history that you really like me to cover on the show, give us a shout on social media at td I eight the podcast. You can subscribe to this day in history class on Apple podcasts, the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast. Tune in tomorrow for another day in history..
Nissan recalls over 400,00 vehicles over braking system defect
"Automaker Nissan is not only recalling over four hundred and fifty thousand vehicles worldwide it has a warning for the owners because brake fluid can leak onto a circuit board and could cause an electrical short and fire Nissan urges owners to park the vehicle is outdoors and away from structures if the anti lock brake light comes on for more than ten seconds no word if there been any fires or injuries the recall covers the Nissan Murano SUV from twenty fifteen for twenty eighteen maxima sedan from twenty sixteen through twenty eighteen Infiniti Q. X. sixty a Nissan pathfinder issue these twenty seventeen through twenty nineteen most are in the U. S. and Canada Chuck C. written
Fire danger causes Nissan to recall over 450,000 vehicles
"The company says the Likud because the vehicles to catch on fire Nissan is urging owners to park them outside and away from structures if the anti lock brake light comes on for more than ten seconds the recall covers marrano issue vis from twenty fifteen through twenty eighteen Maximo sedans from twenty sixteen through twenty eighteen pathfinder SUVs from twenty seventeen through twenty nineteen in the Infiniti Q. X. sixty the automaker says an anti lock brake actuator pumpkin leak fluid onto a circuit board causing electrical shorts and fires I'm I can't put
Apex Legends Dev Responds to Iron Crown Loot Box Problem
"Is reversing course after an apex legends lute bach's controversy. <hes> you see earlier this week respond launched the the iron crown event in apex legends. The event introduced a handful of new skin game but all these cosmetics were locked behind a punishing inexpensive lute bach's mechanic anik all and a queue the reaction from the community nearly instantaneous fans voiced their concerns ceiling developer had gone too far this monetization for the new event and along with more complaints probably from streamers and other people whining about it and rather than let it get out of hand become big deal on friday afternoon responds drew mccoy published published a post unofficial apex site detailing changes that would be made to the availability of the iron crown cosmetics guest is that the cosmetics will no longer require it boxes though they remain an option if players choose instead individual items can be purchased for eighteen hundred apex coins roughly eighteen dollars in unreal world money the cosmetics bull rollout for purchase over the course of several days and here is the schedule for those of you interested <hes> <hes> <unk> tuesday to thursday thursday to sunday and sunday to tuesday schedule beginning on the twentieth of august and going to the twenty seventh and <hes> the first batch is the pathfinder lifeline raith watson and alternator for a couple of classes followed by more for gibraltar author mirage bloodhound are ninety nine ari forty-five followed by the peacekeeper g. seven pathfinder get another one and raith gets another one as well in his post mccoy wrote. That team still has room for improvement. We need to be better at letting are playing knowing what to expect. From the various events structures in apex legends he wrote he went down connect. The last week has been a huge learning experience for us in boilerplate message saying that we're taking lessons learned to continue to bring you guys the best but they appreciate the feedback and quite honestly if we didn't complain so much about it they'd actually have no idea they think everybody loves the game and then go wife the player number dipping once gone on. Why isn't anybody a plane science like word. I know we have a silent
"pathfinder" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"From fireworks on the fourth of july the long holiday weekend the way there's plenty to look forward to during the summer but why way to celebrate new delicious lee spreadable cottage cheese single is giving you a reason to celebrate every single day with their single best states sweepstakes visit create with connor dot com for your chance to win fifty dollar daily prizes and the grand prize of one thousand dollars plus tips an inspiration to help make every single day the best day ever this day in history class is a production of i heart radio greetings everyone welcome to this day in history class where we learn a smidgen of history everyday today july fourth twenty nineteen the day with july fourth nineteen ninety seven the national aeronautics and space administration and better known as nasa landed the mars pathfinder on mars is aries valley it's robotic rover named so joyner became the first wheeled vehicle to explore the surface of another planet part of pass fighters purpose was to prove that space craft could be cheaper faster and better the mission would demonstrate the technology that was necessary ticketing lander anti robotic rover to the surface of mars on a lower budget the lander cost one hundred and fifty million dollars to develop and build well the rover costs about twenty five million dollars including launch in operations the mars pathfinder mission cost two hundred and sixty five million dollars the mars pathfinder mission will be the first time at spacecraft landed on the planet in more than two decades the previous time with the nineteen seventy six when a viking wine in viking to made it to mars landing was eight difficult task first spacecraft in fact many landers at the soviet union russia in united state santa marts were lost or destroyed mars pathfinder was launched on december fourth nineteen ninety six the robotic spacecraft was made up of eight hundred and sixteen pound or three hundred and seventy kilogram lander officially called the carl sagan memorial station end the twenty three pound rovers the joyner the rover was named after so joyner troops an abolitionist an active is in the nineteenth century one july fourth nineteen ninety seven mars pathfinder entered to the thin martian atmosphere taking atmosphere measurements as it distended toward the surface of the planet a heat shield slowed the space craft down then a parachute was deployed slowing the craft descent through the atmosphere then released is heat shield and the lander separated in lowered from the back shell on a tether airbags inflated about ten seconds before landing forming protective shield around the lander three solid rockets fired to low the descent even more the tether was cut in the lander drops to the surface it bounced more than a dozen times before enrolled in stopped two and a half minutes after landing on mars pathfinder had landed on the surface of the red planet planet and they flood plain in the northern hemisphere called aries bally's chosen for its safety in the variety of rocks present their that sojourner could analyze it made it demar surface left denise ticket from it's projected landing time the whole process of entry descent in landing lasted about four minutes after landing the airbags deflated and pathfinder open its solar panels the lander sit back data collected during entry and landing it sent images that it took of the landing area so join her it was it soon release from the lander down ramp so joined her head to black and white cameras navigates one color camera an alpha proton expert spectrometer analyzing rocks and soil its top speed was about two feet per minute the rover analyzed the composition of nearby rocks which scientist named barnacle bill yogi scooby doo nassif that that's a data gathered there could be evidence of any more water rich mars lander relayed information from the rover earth and took pictures of the sky and its surroundings it also tested the magnetic properties of dust when the planet so darn it was designed to last seven days but it ended up staying in operation for eighty four days it traveled about three hundred and thirty feet during the mission the lander was designed to last thirty days but the final data transmission from pathfinder received on september twenty seventh nineteen ninety seven the battery which had been repeatedly charged in discharged may have failed the lander in rover sent more than seventeen thousand images back to earth it also provided analysis of the rocks and soil on mars end it data on the win in whether the technology used in the mars pathfinder mission was later used with some changes on the mars exploration rover mission which began in two thousand three i'm jeff coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday if there any upcoming days in history that you really like meet the cover on the show give us a shout on social media at p b i h b podcast you can subscribe to this day in 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Australias first Indigenous Minister for Indigenous Australians
"Significant moment in social progress are usually celebrated and quite rightly, it is a fine thing when I given country or society decides it's going to cease imposing handicaps on particular demographic on the grounds of their gender sexuality tribe cast in whatever in prejudice. You'll have in yourself. Excuse far. But it's nevertheless worth pausing. The exuberant observances long enough to reflect on the question of what exactly the heck have we been doing before now? The time has now come for the nation to turn a new page. And you page in Australia's history by rotting the wrongs of the past, and so moving forward with confidence to the future, such mixed feelings have attended to recent promotions in Australian politics last week conservative, liberal party prime minister Scott Morrison, having been returned in the federal election. Nobody himself expected to win appointed as minister for indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt, who is himself. An indigenous. Australian noon Garman from Western Australia. I. The people in the office of municipal. This week the opposition labour party's new leader, Anthony Albanesi appointed a new shadow minister for indigenous Australians. She is Linda Burney, who is herself, an indigenous Australian, a were jury woman from New South Wales. Bang Nang Lang, now do the up you can hang now. Well to recap thin Australia's minister for indigenous Australians is an indigenous Australian. And so is the opposition shadow. And this is the first time this has been the case that fact in itself tells you a great deal. Little of good as does the fact that it took until nineteen sixty eight for the role, even to be established and indeed until nineteen sixty five for the last official barrier to indigenous people voting in stray to be lifted. A key reason why there has not until now been indigenous minister for indigenous Australians has been a lack of available options string Lear adopted it system of government from the United Kingdom, including the convention that cabinets can only be appointed from the people's elected representatives win. The new indigenous Australians minister, Ken Wyatt won to to sit sit election in in a a to stray stray federal Leah's Leah's parliament house house of of in representatives representatives two thousand and ten. that that He year. year. Again, Again, became the first two two thousand thousand indigenous ten ten Australian the the decision decision at at the the has has collectors collectors has has immortalized immortalized them for creating a historic moment in a strategy is history by electing the first aboriginal member for the house of representatives for his maiden speech. Wyatt war, a Booker a ceremonial kangaroo skin coat decorated with cockatoo furthers any one thousand and ninety three people have been privileged to be a member. Of the house of representatives. It is with deep in mixed emotion. That is an average man with Yamaji and one guy. Heritage San before you in the members of the house of representatives isn't will on the opposite benches. Linda Burney is also overdue pioneer before becoming the first indigenous woman ever elected to federal parliament in two thousand sixteen. She was the first indigenous person ever elected to New South Wales state parliament in two thousand and three that's two hundred and fourteen years since governor Arthur, Phillip plan to the Union, Jack in Sydney cove, one hundred forty seven years since the crown colony of New South Wales established a parliament and one hundred and two years since New South Wales became the most populous state of a unified, stroller, They They wouldn't wouldn't for for some some not while while at that point indigenous indigenous that anyone people people was bothering were were I I to included included count the in in indigenous stray stray people. leeann leeann census. census. Indeed. In In nineteen nineteen seventy seventy one one Joe Joe the the white. white. Body Body painting. painting. Then Then we we will. will. It It should should be be noted noted that that a couple of indigenous Australians, have sat in the federal Senate before this decade, the first Neville, Bonner, age Aguirre man from Queensland was appointed to fill vacancy in nineteen seventy one and returned at four subsequent elections. How dare you? I repeat how did you told my people that your system was best? We have come to accept that we have come to believe that some indigenous destroy looms VO certainly not enough have been elected to state or local governments, most notably for for much much in the of of northern the the nineteen nineteen territory. nineties nineties by by Morris Morris The northern really really territory the the legislative former former champion champion assembly Australian Australian seat of rules, rules, era, footballer footballer Fuhrer was who who held had had previously previously been been a a Pathfinder Pathfinder for for indigenous indigenous Australians Australians in in Australia's Australia's nationally nationally going. going. The promotional of kin Wyatt. And Linda Burney is a heartening development and a more heartening aspect still is that the pair appear to get on. Well, personally political differences, notwithstanding white reacted to Bernie's appointment by congratulating her in a tweet that referred to her as my friend and said that why it was looking forward to working with her and her colleagues to forge a better future, for our people as neither white, nor Bernie knee telling the is much to be done on this front. And it can only be hooked that they enjoy the goodwill. They plurality of their fellow Australians as they set about doing it because as the always is at such moments, they will be bleating from seething talk radio bloviating and purple faced fulminate is determined to miss the point where the claiming that the elevations of Ken Wyatt. And Linda Burney somehow means racism has been fixed. Or dismissing it as tokenism these people should, as always be altogether ignored.
Explainer 164: What happened to democracy in Benin?
"There are few sites so stirring, and hopeful as a free fair and transparent election in a country unaccustomed to holding them. There are few spectacle, so wretched and disheartening botched rigged and violent election in a country that was growing into democracy Benin used to have the former kind of election. It has just had one of the latter. And the Beninese citizens who got used to the idea of voting for their leaders are left wondering whether the country has mealy taken a wrong turn or performed a complete one hundred eighty degree handbrake skid back in the direction of dictatorship. Benin's most recent parliamentary election was held on April twenty eighth the results which were announced last week looked at least to anyone who only read the headlines like a fumbling endorsement of the progressive union a coalition led by veteran politician, Bruno Musso and closely allied to president patriots talent the progressive union one fifty six percent of the vote comfortably but not overwhelmingly ahead of their rivals from the Republican block who won forty four percent on the face of it a splendid victory for pluralist democracy. The problem is that the vanquished Republican block are also closely allied to president Patrice tell on who not content with having money each way in this fashion over sorry process, which reduced the contest to a two-horse race may new electoral code was introduced a head of the elections the rules and requirements of which was so strict and expensive to meet that bias, Donna Shing, coincidence, only the two groupings favored by president on qualified. Nobody else was permitted to compete. The rationale for the new rules for what it may be worth was essentially that Benin was suffering from a surfeit of democracy that a small west African nation of some twelve million people had become bamboozled by proliferation of more than two hundred fifty political parties, even organized into various blocks alliances and coalitions this still left voters at Benin's previous parliamentary elections in two thousand fifteen choosing from a field of twenty. But at least they had a choice of which they generally availed themselves at the two thousand fifteen parliamentary election turnout was around sixty six percent about what it was when Benin elected president talent in two thousand and sixteen for this latest election barely one registered voter in for bothered. And indeed you kind of have to wonder why one in four did. It's a shame for all the obvious reasons but much more. So because one does not need a long memory to recall Benin seeming, something of a Pathfinder for democracy in west Africa. Domain through pity? What in nineteen Ninety-one president Matthew Carrico who had seized power in an old school data in nineteen seventy two became the first leader in the region to stand down after losing an election. He was re elected in nineteen ninety six and served. Another decade. So this looks like a straightforward power grab by president talent or those close to him but to extend some credit where do this would not be consistent with his previous behavior in two thousand seventeen he tried and failed to persuade the national assembly to restrict presidents to a single six-year term as recently as April President talented, mid the new electoral law was not a good look stating accurately that it bought discredit on Benin's democracy and on himself. If only president Telo knew someone who could perhaps do something about it, a politician occupying position of influence, for example. The news emerging from Benin in recent days has not been encouraging soldiers have been seen on the streets incidents of violence. Some fatal have been reported on and around election day, the internet was cut off and before it several journalists and opposition activists were arrested. Members of Benin's barely elected new national assembly a Jew to be sworn in next week, the incoming MP's may discover that the price you pay for lack of opposition is deducted in legitimacy. Nobody has ever thanked those who took vote away from them. Article twenty four around.
"pathfinder" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"With Dr Garrett Pathfinder and we're talking about the dangers of smoke. We talked about the dangers of smoking in the house with your dog or cat and dangerous. If your dog and cat actually, get into your nicotine in the farms of patches, gums cigarettes or even electric cigarette cartridges, I also wanted to talk about the dangers of smoke inhalation. And this is really important as we're thinking of all the people and the four legged creatures that are affected by the California fires Dr Patrick do you ever see smoke inhalation? And when you do in the ER vet, how do you treat it and what are some of the dangers? Unfortunately, this is all too common. Thankfully, not every day. Now. I know you mentioned the forest fires that we're seeing on the west coast. But this is not just an outdoor forest fire type situation living on the east coast. I have lots of apartment buildings in town. Houses in. Unfortunately, we see lots of cases of apartment fires or house. Fires where we have pets come in as a result of that. So, unfortunately, all too common. And I think one of the biggest signs and biggest concerns we have with these cases that are life threatening. Our breathing changes. So one of the most common clinical signs that we see from pets that inhale smoke smoke inhalation. It breathing changes like severe coughing and respiratory distress there. Multiple different parts of the breathing system. I'm just going to break it down into to the try to keep it simple. Sometimes we can have pets the come in because of all the heat and the thermal damage, so how hot that smoke is how hot the air is as their breathing that in they can have severe swelling of the back of their throat their barracks. So they can come in. And I'm not gonna mimic the sound on our radio show today, but they can come in with severe snoring type signs that cause them to not be. Able to breathe in and breathe out affectively in the medical term is called inspe- attourney strider. So they can't inhale very well because of all that upper airway swelling because of our hot those chemicals those gases are that they're breathing in. So we can have upper airway or back of the throat type of situation breathing changes. Then we can have patients that come in. But also have lung type changes because they've inhaled all of the chemicals the soot the heat that they're breathing in it can damage the lungs themselves 'cause a lot of inflammation and even eventually ammonia down the road. But they can also have lung related changes. Some of these pets come in with both their upper part of their airway the back of their throat there ferrings being severely swollen. And also their lungs can be damaged as well. So breathing changes fast breathing. Shallow, breathing and excessive coughing are common clinical signs that we see and concerning signs from any pet that in. Hails that very hot and chemical induced smoke from being under fire. So what's a pet owner to do? For example..
CSIRO shines a rainbow under the Milky Way
"Sydney has always been Austrailia party city and next to its knees fireworks celebrations. The biggest party on the harbor cities. Calendar is its annual gay and lesbian mardi graphist of all as part of this. You celebrations Australia's National Science agency. The C Siro has lit up its economy Australian square kilometer array Pathfinder radio telescope in a rainbow of colors, six of the twelve midday dishes, located in the remote within the strain outback and displaying different color of the rainbow against the backdrop of the Milky Way to Mark the CSI rose in our world participation in that she's mardi gras parade. At least fifty hours staff will March in the parade on March. The second holding a giant DNA, double helix. Silla breeding organizations commitment to diversity the theme being diversity is in our day. Dr Sarah is deputy director of SIA Siro astronomy. And space sciences says us. The strain square kilometer rape Pathfinder was appropriate because it points to the futures space research, the Pathfinder at located the Murchison radio astronomy observatory some eight hundred kilometers north Perth is testing technologies which will be incorporated into the massive multibillion dollar square kilometer array project, the world's largest radio telescope now being developed in outback Australia ad in South Africa pieces. The pathfinders used by diverse group of strontium is from ride around the world. So it's an appropriate setting for rainbow display of ask cap dishes 'em in rainbow colors dish. And we've done that to demonstrate really commitment DeVos to celebrate that were walking up mardi gras and also because he uses telescope really diverse and we want to demonstrate to them as well that we're inclusive and welcoming to everybody important is diversity in an organization as large and diverse itself as the space IRO you have fingers. So many pies from astronomy through the marine sciences geology through engineering yet. Look absolutely do it. And so a really wide range of science and in order to attract and retain really the best talent internationally thing. We have to be very welcoming people have to be comfortable able to bring that whole best selves to work. And there's also a lot of evidence that suggests that diverse teams more innovative, and they make more revenue and then more effective. How's that going? We'll re up to that in its commissioning phase now, so it's thirty six fishes and innovative radio cameras rule starting to work together. But it's already delivered some really great science. For example, we've detected more than twenty fast radio bursts ready with the telescope, even though it's not quite fully working at. And of course, the good thing was asking is. You haven't got microwave ovens there to accidentally opened up before they've finished cooking. You get any false ratings. Now, if I kept we think is on what's the world, best radio observatory? Because extremely quiet. It's around three hundred fifty kilometers from the newest town. And so that's why we've gone left because it's very radio, quiet. Are you knew the Murchison world through to raise? That is that. Yes, that's right. So we're both both on the Murchison and registrar observe a tree which is managed by CSI Arroyo. And we're very pleased to be able to share it with with them delight Murchison's of different type of radio telescopes setup, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. So much than why field array is a low frequency telescope, and it does Catholic precursors for the square kilometer. Right. Which will also be the same site when it gets built in Australia in a couple of years that's already up and running the early stages of that for the square kilometer array, what about the astray inside of things. So we've been running up precursors now as I say caps. Nearly nearly am open running and w is bemoaning number of years. But we've also been working on the design for the telescope. What we've learned from us Cap'n MWA, we'll be fading into the K design the two. Functions of what's being built in Australia, and what's being built in South Africa. You looking at different ends of the electromagnetic radio spectrum out you low frequency radio waves and winds looking at midway prince radio eight. Yeah. That's right. So they'll be complementary and what happens then once you collect that data. Somehow there's going to be an awful lot of data to try and process and determine what you want, and what you check out, and what you cave and Hetty dual letting witty store it. And how do you simply get that amount of data from one place to another as an S k- Tecom. Oh, absolutely data radio telescope producing masses more data than we've been used to radio. Astronomers Esca will have an archive that something like two three hundred PETA bytes of data year, so solving that big data challenge is one of the key things will be working on over the next year. That's the big problem isn't Hetty. You know, what you keep his worth keeping headed? You know, what you Chuck out stuff that you can afford to get rid of you can afford to lose. So that's a really key challenge. And for the first time with these telescopes the computers, the supercomputers that when the data were really part of the telescope because we have to process the data more or less at the same time as it's taken. We just can't afford to stole the data anymore in this curse. We're talking about a new generation of computers. Some of the biggest in the world. That's right. Look will require for k x o scale kind of computing. So they'll be those will be big computers than anybody has now. Fortunately, we've got a few years yet to get this is all being coordinated from Manchester England S K headquarters in Manchester. There were ten member countries all over the world, and we really very much enjoyed that international. Collaboration. In fact, in two weeks time, we'll be doing in Rome to sign the treaty fast. It's too syrup. His deputy director of SIA Sira, astronomy and space science,
Will the Metroid Prime Trilogy be ready for Nintendo Switch this year?
"Is about the glad gaming award nominations and glads response to assassin's creed Odyssey's deal. See so let's start here for the first time ever glad will honor LGBTQ inclusive content in video games as part of glads work to increase LGBTQ stories in the industry and leverage the gaming community to grow. LGBTQ? Acceptance the inaugural round of nominees includes assassin's creed odyssey, the elder scrolls online, Somerset, guild wars, two Pathfinder pillars of eternity to dead fire.
2018 in Review: Election Highs and Lows
"Unsurprisingly all things considered the citizens of many countries decided that it was time to put someone else in charge in two thousand eighteen but did they make the right choices on nonstop net. Extra jet that award hundred. I should is a military scientist author and research associate at so SS South Asia institute, she considered the decision of her country Pakistan to elect former cricketer Imran Khan as prime minister. He has really brought about a new generation of supporters and voters who are very grateful. Very intolerant. To give you an example in Karachi, Imran Khan recently made a speech saying that, you know, people in job who support Nevada schrief donkeys. And then what is body follow? As did the got hold of a real donkey in Karachi and beat it up to death. So it's violence. I mean, they're very Gresley. If you watched them in social media the foul he's foul mouth. So it's almost kind of fascism that he's bringing a new fascist flavor. That is bringing to politics. That's what's different. I don't think that the taste will change is just that a new make belief world has been. Created through media through narrative management, and in this the military has a large and to play giving the view from Mexico where voters bucked international trends by electing a left wing populist is Andre Rosenthal. A former deputy foreign minister of Mexico ambassador to the UK and Sweden Representative to the UN and now international consultant on Latin American affairs. I think the first thing new president Mexico has to do is to tell the truth campaigns are one thing, but once you're in office, and once you know, what the situation is regarding the checks and balances that you have either on the legislative side, or in the media or civil society, you need to tell Mexicans the truth. If you continue to promise all sorts of impossible things like free education for everybody know exams to get into university selling off the presidential air airplane fleet traveling by car everywhere giving up the president's residence and and living in his house or renting. Little house near the offices things like that those are very populist promises, which resonate with a group of people. But they are things he will not be able to fulfil. And therefore, I think at the end of the day, his first speech his first act as president elect, even before he takes office needs to be to begin to tell the truth one of the main themes of elections this year, wherever they were taking place was an increasing disconnect between the public and the politicians. It was no different in Iraq, which was long overdue. He is NPR's. Jane Arraf, people are incredibly disillusioned with politicians and not just politicians. The interesting thing is they're disillusioned with tribal leaders. They're disillusioned with religious leaders. So there's a lot of skepticism we've seen that reflected in the turnout results in the Iraqi election, for instance, and really a lot of cynicism about whether this group of politicians will. Be any better than the next group. Even though they talk a good game. And also in Iraq Renauld monsoon academy fellow with the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham house. Well, it's been fifteen years and the Iraqis are asking fifteen years, what have these leaders done, the political tribal religious leaders? What have they done in terms of basic services in terms of employment and the answer they're coming up with is not much? And so the bigger gap in Iraqi society today isn't the gut between Kurds and Shia which is sort of defined post two thousand three Iraq. The biggest gap is the gap between the citizens and the elite between the rulers and the ruled many sort of people from bustling all the way up to slay. My NIA have very similar demands. So what you're seeing are the Shia protesting against their own leaders and Kurds protests against on Kurdish leaders. They're tired of identity politics. They know that any Iraq since two thousand and three Kurds Sunni and Shia leaders have all become wealthy at the expense of the majority of the population. Those are the citizens. But to go back to where we came in and to try to conclude review of two thousand eighteen on a note more positive than being mealy. Glad it's all over is it possible that the tunnel down, which we all traveling has a light at the end of it. And is it possible that that light has been illuminated accidentally by the most unlikely Pathfinder more presidential than any president that's ever held this office that I can Amy pope is associate fellow at the US and the Americas program at Chatham house and former deputy homeland security advisor to Barrack Obama. So she's not quick to jump to President Trump's defense. But is the even a glimmer of good news from his presidency? So far, I think it is the role of women in society. It is the election of so many women to congress, and it's the conversation that has been going on since his election about the metoo movement about the exploitation of young women beh-. Savior is that had pretty much been accepted for decades as long as women have been in the workforce are now front and center. And that's frankly in large part due to him the access Hollywood tape and comments about how he was treating women galvanized a conversation galvanized commitment from women to engage in public life. Women. I know who had no interest in politics are now organizing fundraisers getting out getting out the vote writing speaking. That's a great thing. And that is not that we've been trying to crack for many many years. And so I suppose hats off to Donald Trump for bringing the women to the table before to UCLA, Geoffrey Howard, Jeff any optimism for us. I think the way in which Trump may be an advertently making America greater again is by getting Americans to think seriously about the role of moral values in politics. And I think there's a long standing. Tenancy to think that when you go to the voting booth you're just going to vote for your own pocketbook devote for your own self interest. And I think that assumption is is under pressure and people are once again as in all the great moments of American history in the great moments in the history of any democracy taking seriously, the idea that the purpose of politics is to provide for certain basic rights and opportunities for all. And when our institutions are subverted in when they are not being dedicated to that proper purpose, it's important to hold political leaders accountable. So if the president is able to inadvertently reawakened in people a sense of moral commitment in passion in public life. That would be a terrific inadvertent achievement.
The Oculus Quest is the new kid on the block
"But the big news obviously coming out of the is the new headset. And so I'm going to pull a Christian in full two stories into one and say, let's talk about Oculus quest because Oculus quest was announced it is the full codename Oculus Santa Cruz that they've talked about for years. Now. It is finally product. This is a standalone headset does not require tethering to any outside source. Oculus go of course is their low end and Oculus rift is the high end Oculus quest will sit in the middle completely self contained and will actually come with the Oculus touch like controllers. Basically the equivalent of Oculus touch controllers that they're not dental and it will retail for three ninety nine four hundred bucks in early twenty nineteen. That's a sixty four gig model. It will be powered by a Snapdragon eight, thirty five mobile. Processor.
"pathfinder" Discussed on How I Built It
"Our biggest transformation today. That's great. And I wanna ask because I've had similar troubles in the past. I guess it's a two fold question. How important do you think good branding, like a good name for your product? Is. I think it's pretty essential from having made the misstep in the beginning. We were just finding that we were kind of turning people off or confusing people from our brand identity before before the conversation even got started and what we're finding now Pathfinder SEO as the new brand has been live for about a month, and we're finding that in demos in conversations pretty much everywhere we go the leap from the concept of our brand to kind of what were describing the solution as which is guided SEO as opposed to DIY or hiring an agency. We provide like a guided approach, and we're finding that something that people can kind of wrap their heads around, even though it's a third solution that's out there that somewhat knew and changes things up from the more traditional models of how to approach SEO. Gotcha. And the follow up question there is, do you find that the brand kind of drives the content or do you think it's the other way around, like I know that people will say, like reading outline. And then write your thesis like the one sentence and then right everything or write your whole paper or your your whole presentation than than do the introduction last, which do you think is more akin to the the branding? Well, I can't say an expert in that space, but we have been doing a lot more kind of writing the content and then bringing in the brand and just finding that to be a little more natural. And most of the content that we produce is on our blog and so kind of blog content tends to be pretty industry specific, very kind of how to oriented trying to share some of our opinions about CEO as well because it is an art and a science. So it's an opinionated space. So yeah, I can't say that's the right way to do it, but but we tend to kind of right, I and bring in the brand second. Nice. I, I'm not a content expert per se either, but I would agree. I think I would spend too much time trying to like force the brand into the content of by started with, well, I have this, so I need to put this on the content. So. As opposed to just writing what I think is best in adding leader? Yeah, one of the things that I think I was we knew that building a new product was gonna take a lot of time and one amount of figure of time I would not really want to know this desisted on would be how long it actually takes to build a really good homepage for a brand, whether it's a product of service, a local business, but building a good homepage was actually a probably the most challenging thing that we've done today in that we're still iterating on men trying to improve. I don't know if had similar experience. I upset things like, oh, I'll just build this landing page real quick and it is never real quick. No can write about ten blog posts for every one landing page I bel-. Yeah, absolutely. And actually on that same on that same token right homepage is in landing pages. I think they're probably slightly different than what you're trying to do. But when you're talking about a product, you want to present the product. There's a great podcast called lending page school. That has been super helpful for me building landing pages. 'cause I'm very developer. So I'm just like, I'll just tell them what it does and then people will want to buy it. But that's not really get to tell, you know, you got to tell the story and tell people the problem that you're solving for them and stuff like that. So that's been a very helpful podcast for me, at least I'll have to check it out. So I will list it in the show notes for the perfect. Well, cool. So early on, you went through a big transformation with the rebrand, and I know that it's a Pathfinder is the name Israel. Actively new, but do you have any plans for the future, I guess, or maybe like a roadmap for the next few months that you are that you can share with us, right? Yeah. What's an open book? Cool. So, yeah, roadmap right now is we're mostly focused on expanding our subscription to better serve the freelancer web freelancer audience. And so right now, subscription is basically for one website, so kind of designed for the local business owner who wants to get involved. And so we're actively developing and getting really close to launching new tiers of service where a freelancer can come in and sign up and manage ten twenty fifty of their customers, SEO accounts, and we're excited about this because it we think it's a great opportunity for freelancers to create recurring revenue and kind of beyond the economics of it. It's also a great opportunity for them to really stay in touch with their clients and be long-term trusted partners by working with them on not just designing and developing websites, but also the ongoing. Maintenance in the ongoing SEO. We really see strong relationship building opportunity there. Well, that's really cool. So right now a subscription gets you the the educational material, the coach and the tools on the dashboard. If I were a freelance and I'm like, I five clients. I want to sign up for this. Would I get like five hours with the coach? Or would my clients be able to sit down with the coach or like what would that look like? Good question. We have kind of two solutions. One is you can kind of introduce Pathfinder to your client and have one subscription. It's ninety nine dollars a month. So the client might want to be involved in those coaching sessions, and you may even breakdown within our SEO checklist, which really is our map, which of the steps the client would be responsible for. And then maybe which of the step says the freelancer developer. You're gonna take care of four them and we're always trying to encourage people to put the best resources to the best tasks. So if maybe some of the slightly more technical SEO type projects better. Land on the freelancers plate and maybe the more content oriented ones end up on the client's plate. And so then we're really working as a team of three where Pathfinder SEO is coming alongside your efforts in your clients efforts to get founding Google. The other way we're seeing freelancers and use the product right now is behind the scenes. So we're kind of like the back office, they can have white labeled reporting and do for their clients, and we're sort of the SEO software provider that goes one step further. So instead of just giving you good keyword research tools and good rankings data and sending you a monthly report, we're also sharing with you the process that we use at our agency so that you can use it basically at your own agency. And along those lines, you can go in and do SEO on behalf of your client and then communicate with them results on an ongoing basis. And that's really the piece of the puzzle that we're working on now is making that a little easier. So instead of having to have one subscription forever. Every one of your clients, which is a little bit cumbersome and unnecessarily more expensive, having one home where you have multiple campaigns under that one log in so that you can take on five ten, how many ever client projects you'd like to within Pathfinder? Well, that sounds insanely valuable to a freelancer who's offering these services? We aren't. We're hoping so. So we're talking to a lot of freelancers to make sure we don't miss anything and sort of our our MVP roll out here of that version of Pathfinder and we're getting pretty close to to launch. That's great. Well, it sounds like you're, you're taking the right steps. I mean, the I've, I've been hearing more lately about how important in person conversations are, and I'm a very extroverted person. And so I like having those impressing conversations, but I've never, you know, have have a conversation with your students about what they thought. I've never thought about that because every. He keeps talking about, well scale, scale scale, one on one conversations don't scale very well, but they're immensely valuable to your business so they can help you scale in a different way. Yeah, we found we're similar pretty extroverted. Enjoy taking a break from doing kind of that that heard clerk computer work and taking a break in talking to people so. But I also my personal experience when I sign up for subscription as a service products, his that I tend to say, okay, great. This tool works great. You have a really good on boarding process that both provides me with some education and walks me through the steps. I need to take to get this setup and working for my business, but I'd still would love it if I had thirty minutes of someone's time to kind of run through the use cases and the different scenarios that I'm thinking about that can give me some high expert level advice that's specific to my business, and that would really help me use that product much more effectively and probably be a longer term client. And so we really wanted to build that. It in so that people don't say, okay, this is great. It gets me almost there, but if I could just talk to somebody and you know, really ask questions that are pertinent just to my business, I would get a lot of value out of that. Well, that's great advice for anybody building products and anybody using products like that is again, I go through the on boarding process and I'm like, well, I guess their documentation is what they have. And so I'll just figure it out on my own. But yeah, maybe a thirty minute call on how to use up here, which is something I'm trying to get really good at right now would be fantastic for me because then that thirty minutes helps me automate countless hours. Exactly. And I think it'd be great for them too because they get to see their product in action. And so it's really a reciprocal relationship that we're finding out of those kind of coaching sessions. So then rather than looking at it as being a scale, ability challenge where we're going to have to basically staff coaches as our product grows. We're looking at it much more along the lines of, you know, hey, we get. Great opportunity to talk to our customers once a month and share with them kind of our unique perspectives and hear from them what's going well and what isn't in their world of SEO and trying to get found in Google built in monthly customer feedback that that really sounds like you nailed a good business model. I, I sound like I'm gushing. This is there's just a lot of really great information here. So even though you've given us so much information, I still have to ask, do you have any trade secrets for us? Yeah. Instead of talking product, I'll I'll share a trade secret in the world of SEO and everybody thinks for trade secrets in in terms of SEO that there's this little snippet of knowledge in my back pocket that I'm not willing to give because it's my one way of getting somebody found in the search engines, and I keep it really close to heart, but that's actually not the trade secret of the day. Instead, trade secret of the day is a piece of advice to change how you distribute the hours. You. Apply to SEO. So let's say your small business owner and you have two hours of months to apply to SEO and trying to get found in Google. So you have a two hour window of time within that two hours at encourage people to spend over fifty percent, maybe fifty to sixty percent actually doing the things that are going to have an impact on their website. So those things are like writing content and getting links are getting reviews in Google my business. And so really the doing part think of it as like that. Go back to the Jim analogy, and you want to be kind of fifty to sixty percent of your time in the gym actually working out because that's what's going to move the needle and the search results, and then take that other forty percent of your time and break that out to kind of the ridge research and strategy that goes into getting found things like keyboard research and looking at your competitors websites and then following up on reporting, following your results and transitioning your your strategy. But we tend to see people spend. Ninety percent of their time in SEO softwares, looking at data lost in Google analytics, freaking out about the meta description that's deepening their website that has the red flag in the SEO software and not doing the things that really matter. Like writing a blog post once a week or going out to a favorite customer and asking them to put pen to paper with Google review. Well, that's great. Goes back to that. The time blocking right that we talked about earlier, take the time that you have and block it into most of the time, actually writing content and getting reviews and stuff like that. That's that's great. And so I'm going to ask a follow up here because this now for my own petition, I feel this is probably because content reviews they probably could act on a more personal level, right? The other forty percent in Europe easing the robots, but for the sixty percent, you're doing things to help the actual person. Is that an accurate kind of summary. That's a great summary. And so really one of the things I like best about the evolution of SEO over the past few years is that it's real marketing. And so instead of saying, I'm writing this blog post for the search engines. Really, what you're doing is is much bigger than that and you're writing good content. You're sharing your expertise online, whether it's your blogger elsewhere for your customers for your perspective customers for your existing customers, and it's just a benefit that you get more traffic from Google, but really everything is about being user friendly, customer friendly, and really part of an online community of sharing and us that makes SEO much more natural and less cryptic. Whereas ten years ago, so much done behind the scenes. Now it's all very forward facing very collaborative. And I personally liked that quite a bit more. Yeah, that's. I mean, I feel like that suits me better too, so I definitely like that a lot better. Awesome. Won't. Lindsey. Thanks so much for joining me. Where can people find you can find me online at Pathfinder SEO dot com. And then also on Twitter, right? Pathfinder, SEO dot com. And I will. I will link that and your Twitter handle in the show notes, but do you want to maybe say that out loud so people listening can just tweet you right now? Sure. It's not Lynn's. Underscore, Halsey wins, underscore alsi. Perfect. And again, both of those things and everything we talked about, we'll be linked in the show notes. Lindsay. Thanks so much for joining me today. Thanks to my show. Thanks so much to Lindy for joining me today. I love the concept of a trainer at the gym who teaches you how to exercise and then lets you go off and do it. You get to improve your SEO skills and learn the why, and how of improving them. And thanks again to our sponsor pantheon. Their support this season has made the show possible. The question of the week for you is how do you apply? S? Yoda your website or your business? 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"pathfinder" Discussed on How I Built It
"We enjoyed it along the way. Cool. So first of all, I love that, right. 'cause I, I think that when I come up with ninety, Alex sit on and then I'm like, should I don't know if I should do it and I could a little bit, but it's like never what I'm doing coding project, and I'm thinking about taking public. It takes me a very long time to do it. And it sounds like you came up with your requirements. You built a prototype, maybe an MVP and then you took it to Dallas Fort Worth. And were you a sponsor there? Did you like demo it? Or. We didn't have a bit of everything. I did a workshop and my business partner Laurie Calcott. I did a talk and we had a booth. So we really just tried to dive in head first and get as much feedback and talk to the community as much as possible. And we went onto a handful more word camps really kind of quickly back to back because for us after having our head down in the office working really hard on it for a couple of months, we knew we were missing and some components in a lot of. Feedback that we got from others was hugely helpful in in our evolution to where we are today. That's phenomenal. So first of all, I think that there's a very good takeaway here in the sense that getting a return on your investment from a word camp when you sponsor a word camp can be pretty difficult, but it sounds like you took a really good approach. You didn't just like give out stickers or cards or discount you actually like sat down with the ten dis and said, hey, we're building this thing that we think can help you. Will you mind taking? Would you mind taking it for a spin? Is that about right? We didn't a little bit of both. Sometimes we democrat it for folks and got direct feedback kind of happen if someone stopped by our booth, but even more valuable where the kind of lunchtime conversations that we had where we could just say, what's your experience with us? Yo, what's been frustrating? What's going well for you and just get more general feedback from people about what their experience with SEO. Because even though we had talked to hundreds, if not thousands of people in our SEO agency, trying to really understand the problem that people were facing so that we built our solution accordingly. When we come to work camps, we actually get to have you know, ten twenty one hundred conversations that can help inform. So really it was a instead of just going in with a how you know how many sales do we need to make to to get a return on investment. We were really looking at our attendance at word camps as how many people can we talk to to get to know what their experience, what their pain points are with SEO and make sure that what we've built solves for those. Yeah, that's great. And that's, I mean, you you probably end up, you know, saving money essentially. If it's just the price of the word camp, then like paying for user feedback through a service or something like that. I think that I think that's really great because I think about that a lot, but this is not a podcast on getting your turn on an investment at work Kemp. That's a whole other show. We're talking about research and this really pool tool. Called Pathfinder SEO. So you talked to a bunch of people you, you took your experience and then you decided to build it. So the first question I have is, is this a service that's built on top of WordPress or it's a standalone sass, or is it a little bit of both? It's built on tap of WordPress. So one of the challenges we faced right outta the gate actually came from branding. Our regional brand name that we went to market with was w p SEO hub, which is a lot of letters, and we found that it was tricky for folks within the WordPress community. They instant people instantly thought that we were a plug in and maybe a competitor of Joost. Whereas we were really thinking of ourselves as Joost ecosystem product, something that works alongside Joost. And so we had some issues with our name for me. I went to market and we also had some bugs within the software because we moved so quickly through the development process. And so what we've actually. Spent the last six months doing is rebranding in rebuilding as Pathfinder SEO, and it sort of felt like we built a house and we went quickly and we learned a lot along the way, and then it was even more fun to rebuild the house from square one, and it is built upon WordPress. Nice, very nice. So I will ask you the title question then. How did you build it? That's a good question. And I paused because there are a lot of elements that went into play. One of the things that we did right at the beginning is identify our team strengths and weaknesses and partner with others. And so we haven't built this alone. We worked with Zeke interactive in out of Huntington beach, and so that was really helpful in bringing in basically the piece of the puzzle that our team basically couldn't go at it alone. And so internally, we were able to do all of the design work and user experience, and we did a lot on content for us. The process piece was pretty straightforward because the map is exactly what we've create. Out of web shine. So we really already had that. We just had to put pen to paper and expand upon kind of in a what, why, and how fashion. So people could really understand that process and building. It was religious that that heads down work kind of coming into the office on a Saturday morning for a couple of hours and working a bit around the clock so that we could maintain our our service based business while still building a product. These episode is brought to you by pantheon WordPress five point. Oh, and the new editor Gutenberg are coming. Are you prepared? Do you want to learn about the changes in advance? Pantheon has gathered resources to help you prepare including webinars and tutorials pantheon also has made it easy and free to try Gutenberg with your site before the official launch visit pantheon dot IO, slash Gutenberg, let them know that how I built it
CBS Board to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Misconduct Against CEO Leslie Moonves
"Pays to listen Fourcade and seven ninety KABC and Lawrence von and I are here in New York City right across from each other. Which is being. Across each other a little weird by. Itself Side by side but we're we're crossing each other and. We are in the city of New York and we are because you've, demanded that I never look in, your eye line no don't Divert Really it's got a lot of show up jazz mechanic coming in one year. Later thanks the sheriff's, department democratic donor likely to escape criminal charges in the fatal overdose of an African American black. Man jasmine following that story Mugs other things we'll talk to James. CNN enforced Manolis retired f. b. i. supervisor special agent. Trader Joe's suspect he says should be held accountable for the accidental police shooting by of a bystander by police this now is a thirty minute nonstop. News Lawrence von we start off with les Moonves says the CBS CEO one, of the most powerful men in Hollywood is now accused of unwanted kissing and touching in, a New Yorker article that set to be published today, the article is by Ronan Farrow who has broken several stories on this topic and it includes allegations of sexual misconduct on the part, of embattled CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves as a spokesperson for the New Yorker says we don't. Comment on pieces that we haven't yet published but could be out if it's not already sources with knowledge of the. Article. Say delves into a broader culture at. CBS and will publish later today on. The magazine's website statement, CBS has said it is investigating the claims made against moon vs all allegations of personal misconduct. Are to be taken Very seriously now Ronin is not one. To report these things without a good deal of research right he's he's been shown his track record is pretty good All right so the concern here is what about. His? Relationship with Julie Chen. And that's workplace married now jeeze All right so that it's still weird I'm assuming this has to do with others? Yeah Assuming too but it. Did OBI already you wonder how they got. Together Exactly Underlying and you would see that as a pattern of, conduct even though it created a, marriage it's was a pattern of. Conduct they're still so. Concerning. Right. Absolutely considering she still works is that is that? New they're just, out comes out. Today I surprised I missed. It is? It did it just come? Out In the last two hours that's. Why Mr. the CBS has added that. The timing of this report comes in the, midst of the company's very public legal dispute and while that litigation process, continues the CBS management team has, the full support of independent board. Members along with that. Team. We. Will continue to focus on creating value for our? Shareholders maybe I'm, not understanding what. Very public so they have a dispute? With les Moonves don't they Disputes it's. Going on right now and that's, why they're questioning the timing of this article I have to to dig in a little. More I'll look during your next door has been married to. Julie Chen since two thousand four they. Wed less than two weeks after moon finalized, his divorce His wife pattern that's a. Pattern I just say the but I guess is there any unwanted kissing touching is that what it was well apparently, Ronan. Farrow, who broke the story has been investigating Moonves and the environment at CBS four months as rumors swirled through the industry that's such an. Article was in the works. It's unclear what impact the New Yorker report will have. At a time when moon vez locked in litigation. 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"pathfinder" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Most is the defendant with the most goal since literally nineteen sixty six the size of a nissan pathfinder three times as many goals as messy we talked about england's next batch being against sweden they played switzerland earlier in the morning and one one nothing ryan what did you think of sweden's performance because i know that you're getting a little higher on these guys i think the way that you said one nothing as if there was a question mark behind it is an accurate summation of this game sweden there one of the few teams left that i feel like just knows what they are and that's essentially like a bargain bin uruguay in that they're just super solid defensively they let the other team have the ball don't let anyone into the box and then whenever they attack the defense is just wide open because everyone's pushing numbers forward and that's what happened today switzerland had the overwhelming amount of possession possession i think the only at one shot on target despite like something upwards of sixty percent possession and it's just it just works and it's you know at this point they've knocked out the netherlands world cup qualifying knocked out italy germany is gone and now switzerland so it's like good enough and they're gonna make england probably have to create from open play in england's going to be open at the back against the just extremely slow motion swedish counterattacks somehow still ffective but i mean at this point like a team that just knows what they're doing and doesn't give up good chances has a chance to win it all would you expect the same amount of gamesmanship from sweden we saw no i think the penalty spot will not be five below the ground that was that was really really amazing it was in morocco did that he up while he was arguing with the the wrath he was yeah that's gotta be careful it's how john john terry wound up slipping one of the best things mike did you see anything from the sweden team that made you think that they are serious contenders for the world cup i mean other than defensive solidity which i think is like it can't be discounted the knockout round the main like if you have the thing with where you can frustrate a you can frustrate another team in the taking shots from forever away and then you can break them open with a counterattack that's basically all that you need regardless of the fact that it is an exactly exciting to watch and they scored off of a deflected goal it's still one zero and they're onto the next round that's the thing i mean aside from belgium versus japan we sort of have to adjust our expectations for what we're seeing now because in the group stages you have this a little bit more of a sample size football it's like you get to see teams actually play with the knowledge that they'll play again yeah he's work through your problems and they work through their problems basically the margin for a knockout margin for error in a knockout game is zero so people are going to r rather they would rather play cautiously and cynically to to guarantee that they'll at least be shouting distance of going through then oh we played our game and i mean like it was lucas fabio ski after the columbia polling game was talking about how was basically saying exactly that it's just like it's very touch and go for the opening exchanges of the game it's very even one team scores it opens up one way or the yeah the the france argentina game just totally skewed our idea of what a knockout game usually exactly we're gonna take a quick break from our sponsors and then we'll get back and talk a little bit about france and uruguay and the other games coming.
Emme Hall, Nick and Nissan Pathfinder discussed on The Financial Exchange
"Emme hall from cnn roadshow is on the line with us here to talk about the all new twenty one thousand nine hundred subaru ascent emmy thank you for joining us hey how you doing good i'm a subaru driver myself a had for the last fifteen years would have been driving but the ascent is it's it's their new big kind of crossover suv type thing yes what's their new three row suv a couple of years ago they had a free wrote suv called the tribeca that didn't sell very well wasn't very attractive takeout with nick in twenty fourteen i believe and this is replacement it's kind of like is this a a grew outback kind of ain't a little bit of weight it has a very much of an outback field but it has three roads go against like the toyota highlander stuff like that yeah so it's toyota highlander mazda c x nine honda pilot nissan pathfinder it's in that category how was it it's really good you guys first of all it is packed with so many features i can't like i was still amazed at it you've got the ability to have eight usb ports usb port just become a big thing now.
"pathfinder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Was doing something to her a little worked up cars they don't know exactly what cars bad reporting here we don't know but she bolted out of her house and started running through traffic someone calls the cops hey there's this woman just running through traffic and like trying to get close to the cars what what is going on they think she's on drugs something like that and then they wind up tracking down the cops do when they caught up with her she was standing in a parking lot lot of cars parking lot yeah they told her hey running through traffic dangerous we're taking you home when they first got there she noticed that she quickly ran over to a nissan pathfinder kissed it hugged it and called it husky bear the nissan pathfinder on us that's the first time anyone's ever called that a sexy car i have no problem with pathfinder there's nothing wrong with the pathfinder but it's not like the even talk to this woman muscle cars or something like that apparently after she called the pathfinder husky bear and gave it a hug and a smooth she yelled at another car that she wasn't quite so into but apparently this woman runs off like this a lot in our company even has to health aids stay with her at her house but they're not allowed to grab so there's not that much they can do never heard of this before.
"pathfinder" Discussed on WTMA
"Dot org for more information of community organisations have government support and habitat for humanity of merkley can we don't know nations come from folks just like you local people this is brian executive director with habitat for humanity of kenny donations take all kinds of forms building materials inkind professional services and of course worse money evidently humanity uses your donations milne homes for families in the book again in my calling me for three seven six one eighty ninety nine or visit us at berkeley habitat dot org think fast in the short time it takes to listen to this message a small flame can turn into a big fire several minutes more thick poisonous smoke may have filter lungs and reduce your ability to respond different size and you're in tyre home meeting filled with flames he breathing don't let the world court and snow have working smoke alarms and teach children three feet away from anything that gets hot learn more at us fa dot theme attack gas because fire is everyone's site i'm john batchelor mobs around the my colleague it's a happy anniversary behind the black your contributions five dollars as recommended that will not get you a fancy cappuccino in new york but it will get you bob's behind the black can we now go spaces exploring having built the boosters and where impatient for more but we'll wait leads the pathfinder flew on a booster and lisa pathfinder is the beginning of a much more elaborate mission what is the mission by what lisa path find it would testing can very tricky technology got the european space agency wanted to to see if european space agency could build a gravitational wave detector in stay because he in space you would be isolated from the disturbances on earth that make it hard to do this research and you could build it much bigger which would increase its resolution a significantly um ah you know what basically what you got to do to to do a gravitational wave detector is to have three options jack in space far apart loading completely free but in.