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"peggy" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

08:09 min | 3 d ago

"peggy" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Achievers. Weekly conversations with some of the world's most amazing but not so famous achievers what they did and how they did it and what you can learn from their journey with your house will chris and robert white. Hey guys while we're welcoming back. Well chris from his arduous journey to the Late being leaf paper in vermont. And we're welcoming a new friend. Peggy aflou already there should be a great session. Well hello peggy asset. Where where are you. Where are you peggy. And where are you going. I am in chicago. And i just came back from a very interesting networking events. So you're all wound up with new ideas and new friendships and all of that stuff. Yes they probably fascinating. There were fifteen people at the table. And i was the only woman so i always think it's interesting. Yes that would be interesting. Maybe we'll talk a little bit about bad about being a woman entrepreneur multiple times in your life. I'm gonna talk just quickly about myself here. And you know that reminds me of that joke about narcissist. They say well. I've talked about myself long enough now. Why don't you talk about me. So i'm i have that risk. I have that risk going on here. But i had a conversation but peggy about a month ago and i've been thinking about it and I have a morning routine with the some prayers. And actually i thought and i am every tuesday. I pray that we make a contribution with us with this Podcast and i was thinking about peggy. And i think about how vivid my conversation was with you. Peggy because i. I've said to people about myself that a lot of my accomplishment. I had some things missing from a lot of it. Came from that part of my book that says you are not enough. I had this kind of out prove to you. That i am enough. A lot of my -ccomplish cambridge as our conversation. Peggy had yourself described. It was something. Like i'm sees student. I went to a c. diversity. And i'm an example of what you can do that kind of a beginning but i when i got was your kind of feisty. Your I'll prove it to you. Kind of mea. Is that the right impression of you. Or i might just seeing myself in you. You know what. I will give you the way that my dad explains me. My dad's my dad has always said that. I'm a job with a bump or how my dad would describe me if that's feisty. I think it's a little bit of persistence. A little bit of tenacity. probably how. How can our audience get to know you here and it's you minutes. i mean. tell us a little bit about your story. Maybe a little bit about your dad. Sounds like he had some impact on your life. My dad raised ten children. I was the baby with at totaled. Eight girls he was an amazing man as well as my mother. And i've been blessed enough to have five children four of which are girls and i've spent my entire career building communities of women. I currently have a community right now. About sixty thousand women that help brands tell brand. Stories across social media as micro influencers. But i really think it's just everyday women who have influenced in their communities. Wow how's that for an elevator speech. Well were. and then. You're messing around with fifteen men in a networking meeting. That's funny right. Well a lot of what we're doing here. Peggy is taking a look at the journey of entrepreneurs executives people that have achieved something in life but perhaps are not so famous. I think you'd qualify for that. And but part of the journey is you know what's worked and what hasn't worked but again learned along the way i believe. If i recall correctly this is your fourth entrepreneurial effort house my memory. Doing here is correct. That is correct. This is my fourth and each one has gotten a little bit bigger each one. I've obviously learned and with each one. I've been able to exit at a much more successful trajectory for my investors rollers. There's a key out gum by that's for sure. I spent a lot of investors. Want to hear what about the lessons along the way peggy Have you had any. I mean obviously have had a kind of pyramid of success here. What about the the missteps. I have you stumbled on away in any major way. I'll share. I think one of the biggest lessons for me as about making data driven decisions. You know by by the nature of miami. I liked jamaica. I mean most of my relationships most of my selling most of my management style is very relationship based for the successful outcomes of my company. They've been very focused on the better. I get at making data driven decisions. The more successful. I that interesting. You know that part of the teaching my work includes learning. Better tell the truth about current reality. I'm like you. I tend to be intuitive. I tend to be on a relationship side of things. Data doesn't lie usually if cam but it usually doesn't and it's usually a truth at least in. My experience is often a truth. But i don't want to look at it's not like a look at some piece of data and go whoopie. It almost always contradicts some belief system. That i have about you. I argue become a friend of the data rate now. I instantly get completely energized. And i'm starting to see data points in every other aspect of my life and how it impacts all kinds of parts of my life when i look at data and it makes. It's actually made my life easier. Because i recognize things like you know what if i take in a certain more rounds of water every day. I feel better if i get a certain amount of extra hours of sleep. I sleep better. If i burn more calories as what an eat less i lose weight and so i'm starting to really look at data cross every aspect but most importantly for the business i have learned by the nature of my two partners how to come to a data review more prepared with solutions observations insight as to a new ab testing that we can do to tweak the numbers from for of that. Yeah now you have You know obviously say some focus on women and women owned business. What's the state of the art. What's the state of a planet on women owned business today. You're in it in a way. That's much deeper dive than i can going to match. It's really interesting. Because i get asked a lot of times on podcast about women and fundraising and i've raised almost two. Sorry three million dollars and people will say how did you do that. Like investors just don't want to give money to females so they're obviously some truth to that but they'll always ask you. What's the secret i said. How much time have you taken to build a relationship with that investor before he started to pitch on your idea and how much research in ju The size of the market. What probably you're really solving and the economics behind it because if you just want him. I have passion or a dream or an idea. Chances are if i was an investor. I wouldn't invest you if you're female or male but i've team a lot of time to show i investors that i'm going to get them a return on their investment tempa clear commitment. Wow well you're on strangely silent. This morning i is that this looking at the leaves that it puts you into a contemplative place. When i wanna know is tell me a little bit about helping a little bit about how you see difference in women's businesses and.

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Hugh Hewitt and Dennis Prager React to the Attacks from 9/11/2001

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | Last month

Hugh Hewitt and Dennis Prager React to the Attacks from 9/11/2001

"This is hugh hewitt including The worst broadcast. I've ever had to make and i've made a lot of bad broadcast in the middle of the last election. Peggy noonan wrote in the wall street journal that the day would come when the terrible big bad thing would happen and that she feared it would be soon and for that reason she preferred president bush over vice president gore. The terrible big thing has now happen and it will take some time for the enormity of it to settle in across the united states. So large is the scale of the devastation. They're joining me. Now is Dennis prager who will be taking over me along many of these. Salem radio network stations dentists three of these four airplanes which were hijacked and crashed headed for los angeles the devastation. That will see out sort of anticipated here. The big horrible thing happened. Listen i You know. I'm choosing my words carefully for with you and And my broadcast Many of the stations. You're on after you The a war has been declared against the united states and war has been declared against western judeo-christian civilisation and and i measure those words of measured. They're not they're not new to me. I have believed that. There is this war when when people screaming. Iran death to america that america's the the satan people take that stuff seriously. We laugh or a lot of i. Don't little of americans just laugh at those slogans but if enough people believe that the america is satan that it is very appropriate thing to Murder as many men women and children who are satanic as as possible as I have come to expect from you. Dentist underscored something. I hadn't thought of there will be rejoicing around the world today. In some course exactly there will celebrations and parades. That's right sharing. This is how this national holiday in. Tehran in sudan in among palestinians exactly As the japanese general. What did he say. We woke up the sleeping giant. we will regret it. That is what i think has happened

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Marvel's 'What if…?' Series Explained

Mo'Kelly

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Marvel's 'What if…?' Series Explained

"That we are heavy into the Marvel Cinematic universe and another property just dropped this week on the Disney Plus APP. It is called. What if And it's very simple. You know what if Peggy Carter got the Super soldier serum, as opposed to Steve Rogers. What if we found out this week to Walla? I don't know about you, but I love the first episode. It's animated in nature, but it has implications for the live action Cinematic universe. Not only does it have implications for the live action Marvel cinematic universe. This is actually an animated canon series, meaning everything that happens in this series actually exist within the larger marvel cinematic universe. These stories are not just Hey, this is just a fun idea and well exposed the viewers to something that You know, can boggle their mind and actually have them asking what if the things that happened in this series spend directly out of the Loki series? What if is essentially a spin off or continuation of what we were exposed to in the Loki series with the existence of the multiverse? For

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"Phone a Friend" with Mark Giangreco -Episode 054 - burst 13

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:17 min | 4 months ago

"Phone a Friend" with Mark Giangreco -Episode 054 - burst 13

"I was super serious about making it. Look like an intake serious I wanted to make a joke. And i wanted to make fun of everything and i'm a sarcastic you know person anyway really jaded cynical person and so after a while you know. The suspensions kept piling up but they kept resigning me. You know And i had a great career until kind of the culture that's established today court. It's sort of ended my run little prematurely. But i gotta tell you. I'm glad about had a tremendous career and i look back on all the fun. We used to have peggy you now and we sit in a press box We would laugh so hard will be like we were in class and the teacher would come in. Which would be the media. Purse the pr person for the team. And they're like you guys got to keep it down. that's yeah and that's the kind of stuff 'cause. We spent half our lives standing in a hallway locker room door over and are waiting for somebody to show up at a news conference and it just got silly and stupid and those are the times. I really relish sitting in the dugout challenge stories and everybody went and did their live shots and got their soundbites. And we're all very competitive and you know there's a little pushing and shoving but the best part was we're just sort of laughing at ourselves and laughing at the job that we

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Republicans Should Talk About Impeachment After Biden's Illegal Immigration Plot

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Republicans Should Talk About Impeachment After Biden's Illegal Immigration Plot

"And his comrades. They're pushing the edges of the envelopes. They're jumping outside the box. They're doing things in ways that are utterly lawless. They're trying to change the constitution without amending the Constitution. They're loading up the bureaucracy. With Reds. And not a single Republican talks about impeachment. What? What? What We are We can't do that. That's bad politics, Karl Rove says. It's bad politics Paul Ryan may not like that. What about Peggy Noonan? What about the Washington Post? The New York Times and we might get bad press. Besides, we'll lose Romney and sash and Krakowski and The weak underbelly of the Republican Party. Just hold on. We'll win. Just give us anyway. Not a word about impeachment. He's dumping illegal aliens in the communities without giving them a heads up. He's trying to change the demographics, particularly Red states. Everybody knows what's going on. And he's also doing other things he's making changes. To the Iran deal. But you're not going to be presented to Congress. He's already lifted sanctions against a number of Islam a Nazi Theocrats in Tehran without even consulting Congress. And it's his Congress Democrats. Nobody brings up the

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"peggy" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"Well everyone. I'm here with the lovely peggy rest. Who is in oil lover. But more than that. Her passion is animals. She shares with us today. Her many successes with animals and essential oils peggy taught at schools and events with her sidekick princess on oil techniques for pets and runs the facebook group peggy's pointers for pets with essential oils. Peggy welcome to the show. How are you doing today doing fine. Thank you so much at the first joy spreading the word for oil for pets and your journey started with princess. Eight years ago that right yes about prince says Princes was my side kick. She was losing for and i was done. The fed just was not giving any results and two trips. A month to the bats was just getting expensive. So i got introduced to this lady sign unseen. She didn't know me. I didn't know her and i went over. She came out sense. Wait -ment ancient statement. And she said he put the sun princess within one week of doing it twice a day on her for. She was growing baby fine for back after after week. Yup

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Protect Your Pets With Peggy Rusk

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Protect Your Pets With Peggy Rusk

"Well everyone. I'm here with the lovely peggy rest. Who is in oil lover. But more than that. Her passion is animals. She shares with us today. Her many successes with animals and essential oils peggy taught at schools and events with her sidekick princess on oil techniques for pets and runs the facebook group peggy's pointers for pets with essential oils. Peggy welcome to the show. How are you doing today doing fine. Thank you so much at the first joy spreading the word for oil for pets and your journey started with princess. Eight years ago that right yes about prince says Princes was my side kick. She was losing for and i was done. The fed just was not giving any results and two trips. A month to the bats was just getting expensive. So i got introduced to this lady sign unseen. She didn't know me. I didn't know her and i went over. She came out sense. Wait -ment ancient statement. And she said he put the sun princess within one week of doing it twice a day on her for. She was growing baby fine for back after after week. Yup

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A Message to CEOs: Act On Climate, Or We'll Cut Your Pay

Environment: NPR

01:53 min | 6 months ago

A Message to CEOs: Act On Climate, Or We'll Cut Your Pay

"A lot of companies have announced ambitious goals to fight climate change. But who's keeping an eye on those companies to see if they keep their promises as npr's camilo domino's ski reports activist investors. Want to tell. Ceos cut your emissions or will cut your pay. Big companies are talking a big game on climate. Whether they're tech giants. Twenty thirty apple will be one hundred percent carbon neutral for our entire end to end footprint. Food companies like nestle. I'm committed to do what we can to protect our planet for future generations or even oil and gas companies across pay. We are changing to support our net zero ambition. Maybe you're skeptical. Maybe you remember twenty years ago. Bp pledge to go beyond petroleum and kept on pumping oil. Maybe you're wondering what happens if these promises are empty and often times when you find somebody is not making progress against that goal or we just stop is investors. Hearing about the goal. It's time to increase pressure on the company. Pat me nail tomato is with seven asset management. A socially responsible investment company and he says one way to increase pressure is to go to the board directors with this idea. It's time now once there's a goal in place to tie performance on that goal to executive compensation. Ceo's get huge incentive package is designed to reward them if they grow profits or promote worker safety or boost customer satisfaction companies could change those packages to peggy some pay to meeting climate targets so if executives hit their goals they get their full very large bonuses if they fall short their paychecks all to after shareholder pressure companies like apple and shell have actually said yes to this. This is new.

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Talking Roses With Peter Kukielski

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:46 min | 7 months ago

Talking Roses With Peter Kukielski

"Kutowski is former curator of new york botanical gardens. Peggy rockfeller rose garden. We're in two thousand two thousand fourteen. He implemented a new mission to plant and trial roses for disease resistance and less chemical usage. He's the author of an earlier book roses without chemicals and the designer of a recent garden at the royal botanical gardens in ontario canada a chemical free province and these days peter gardens in maine. How are you up there. Great appear thank you. Are you okay. So thirty five million years on the planet That's a long time so this new book. It's quite different from the earlier one. It's sort of more culture than horticulture. And as i said in the intro tells about the cultural connections we have with the roses throughout history. And i wonder if you know having completed at. Did you sort of finish and say oh. Those are my two favorite stories or you know a couple of highlights. That really stuck with you. Were surprised you yeah. I think What you betcha the introduction about the thirty five years. it's very interesting when whenever i gave tours or lectures about the rose garden. People seem to be more interested in the stories about whereas if something where about dates and things so it's always fun to say. Are you aware. Roses existed thirty five million years ago and the kind of people kind of stop in their taxes. Had no i had no idea and so the idea that it's such an ancient plant and survived. You know the millions of years It's just an amazing factory and give me joy about working with these plans to understand Their strength their resilience.

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An NFT-backed jpeg sold for $69.3 million at a Christie's auction

This Week in Tech

03:28 min | 8 months ago

An NFT-backed jpeg sold for $69.3 million at a Christie's auction

"This week at christie's which is the big Auction site for for art. A creator of art named people sold one of his japex digital creation for sixty. Nine million dollars Is it dollars. Or is it crypto. Well it's worth sixty nine million. Whatever it is it is the. He's the third largest price paid for living artists. People is up there now with jeff collins and david. Hockney sixty nine nine to be fair. Nine point three million dollars went to christie's which immediately i'm sure turned the theory him into american cold hard cash sixty million of it was a bid by an anonymous bidder using a pseudonym although we think we now know who it is and i'll explain that in just a second sixty million dollars what did you get for the sixty million. Did you get something you can hang on your wall. No did you get did you get. What did you get you got. You didn't even get the j. peg. You can have the j. peggy at address which would give you this. J peg which by the way consists of five thousand images that people has taken he. Does it daily art image. Over the last Well since two thousand seven whatever that is fourteen years so it's ki- it's kind of the collected works of people but you don't even really get anything except a toke a thing that says you own it it it can be infinitely reproduced. You can print it. Anybody can print up but you own it only you can own it. And that's a. That's a affirmed on the blockchain. Sixty million dollars. Now the guy who bought it uses the name medic cova. But amy caster who i. I don't know from adam but wrote in the blog and i convinced me. That in fact is a crypto entrepreneurs. Been on the scene. For about seven years named vig. Nash some dorasan and furthermore amy caster kind of explained for the first time to me. What's really going on here. So it wasn't Medico vans own ethereal that he spent in effect he created a another crypto bundle called b twenty bought the painting with that and is selling shares. Bits fractional portions of the people artwork to other people in other words. Step three prophet fifty nine. He owns fifty nine percent of be dot twenty. Motta's who else owns it. Be people owns a two percent stake so in effect people bought his own painting or part of his own painting. I'm not that there's any conflict of interest there or is there. But really i think if there is if in your mind there is some question and i'll ask you guys now to comment but if they're in your mind some question about what the hell is. How could how could jay peg be worth sixty nine point three million dollars. And why would somebody a medico van. Spend that kind of money on jay peg. It now becomes clear. He's gonna make money on it

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Peggy Brusseau discusses her new book, "The Contented Vegan"

Read Between the Lines

03:32 min | 8 months ago

Peggy Brusseau discusses her new book, "The Contented Vegan"

"How was the contented vegan difference the other things that you've written well it includes as i say it includes a little bit of the thought process behind choosing a plant based diet So i have one whole section called thinking deeper which discusses things like the food chain Plant life animal life and animal welfare as well as the issue of rights. Do we have a right to use the land in the way. We're doing to use animals in the way we're doing so a broad range of thinking processes included in it as well as an emphasis on health and securing health and building good health as well as on family life. You could say stretch that into social life as well so that the the vegan diet or the plant based diet is not considered a problem or a nuisance. That it's normalized ya. Yeah so what. I've done is i've tried to write the contented vegan in a way that is rather more an invitation to people to to try even. If it's just one meal a week that is scheduled to be plant. Based that's step forward in my opinion. And i've tried to make the book a tool kit really so that people who who want to try but don't really know where to start. I can kind of hold their hand a little bit. So for instance. The early on the book. I've introduced what. I call the eighty twenty rule which everyone is familiar with in some form in some aspect of their life and all it is applied to the plant based i had all it is is to to say having look at what you've eaten in the past few days over the past week and decide which you know how much of that is plant based already and generally approximately eighty percent of a person's diet even if they call themselves an omnivore or a meat eater. Approximately eighty percent is already plant. Based i've given the example of a burger. If you take out the burger and replace it with a bean burger you probably have an entirely plant based meal. Just that simple exchange if there's mayo or if there's cheese you can also swapped those for plant based version and have something that looks almost identical to meet based meal so very simple steps can alter the balance And make a meal. It resembles a your normal bill in every other way but make it into a plant based one so the eighty twenty rule says check it out about eighty percent is probably already plant based and all you have to work with the remaining twenty percents and you can do that gradually because there's no hurry. There's no rush to do this. It has to fit you and your circumstances and you can take a couple of years to just pick away at that twenty percent and gradually become more accustomed to a plant based diet or largely plant based diet Pick find your favorite foods and recipes Within that paradigm and then Relaxed into it. So that it's enjoyable. It suits us under your circumstances and you feel comfortable and and

How To Successfully Take Your Practice Online and Generate Loyal Clients with Peggy Bown

Healthcare Business Secrets

05:25 min | 8 months ago

How To Successfully Take Your Practice Online and Generate Loyal Clients with Peggy Bown

"Welcome to the healthcare business. Secrets show we interview industry leaders and break down exactly how they dominating the markets so you can learn from the best and how to double your revenue w impact and w off in today's episode. We've got peggy brown. Picky brown is a dentist specializing in olympics. End smile design now. She's graduated from dalhousie dental school in two thousand one and started working with a partner in a group practice and in their practice she realized that her vision folks on designing smiles as the decided to creator unclogging that he also lectures digital workflow digital small design and marketing. The social media. Welcome to the sharpie. Thank you thank you james. Nice three here. Yeah so the reason i got on the show was because i wanted to really talk and dive into digital marketing dental practices and i think that not a lot of people are talking about this enough. We've got a lot of sort of old school practice development gurus out there who are who are teaching things that just maybe be going to work the same way going forward especially with the pandemic crisis at the moment and how we connect that clients build communities things like that. And so what i want you to do is just a bit of a rundown on your background. And how you've got to where you are to give some context. Yes i know it does. I'm gonna tell you does get mistaken for brown but there is no are my last name so no worries all the time. It's totally fine. But you know. I grew up in a little rural community the most easterly province of canada in disneyland and i moved to new brunswick want to become a dentist my whole life but i wanted to become a dentist not for the reasons you would think all want a good job and i wanted to become a dentist because i wanted to change public perceptions. Were making impact make people feel like i was made feel which was loud. This is a cool place to be. So i knew there was some potential for that and then of course i loved art and everything so i thought it could be a little artistic. That's gotten small designed by the way but you know. I really wanted to do something. Different always wanted that. When i graduated from housi- in two thousand one's of doing this almost twenty years. I went to practice like most dentists. Do and we just. I just did the day in day of dentistry. I did a lot of photography. I love that. But i really was a general dentist like most of us will graduate and we just have to learn and i guess you know ten or twelve years into my career. I have kids and all that. But then i was starting to really see and take other courses advanced courses in you know more complex cases and and and things like that and it led me to eventually in two thousand fifteen opening a brand new state of the art practice which was very forward very digital very modern and almost spa lake holiday spa. But it's very it's a different experience when you come here from the moment you walk into the your senses things you'll smell see or not smell. Dentistry doesn't smell very good. Most clinics don't but we make sure that we created like a really amazing experience and it's different so we do have a lot of patients will say. I'm never been in a dental honey like this before or i've never had anyone explained that have invested in a lot of technology and things like that that will allow me to wow the patients from the gecko. So they're very first visited the word. Wow comes out of their mouth many times now. most. I don't know again. I am biased. Because i don't get to go to a clinic or be that patient but generally a lot of patients they know they have to see the dentist. They get in there. It's the same thing they've always done. They've always and they expected and they don't expect anything greater. But i like to. It's an element of delay. Or surprise. And i really do focus on sensory experience but also just that caring and showing them that we care about the modern and what's really available in the world right now and giving them the best. Open that clinic odds in five years in may that we open that and you know. I knew that people needed to know who i was. No one knew. I was dentist in general practice. So what got me into marketing. Specifically i know not only was opening my own. Sonic i needed to let everybody know who. I was what that was about so i began with facebook. Like you would in an instagram. Shortly after i did so well with instagram than i was lecturing about better within like a year and a half because none of my colleagues partisan really big groups of dentists across canada than us especially and everybody was like. How are you doing that. Why are you know why are you doing that. So we started that way. My interest in it just is fair. I'm very passionate about sharing that. Dentistry is good and dentistry can be better but also i just love the element of being creative. So i have. That reigns works with me and guess what it also helped me grow and explode my business. Oh it's just been incredible seeing the change in five years. I can't imagine if i had done it but the drive was to make sure that people knew who i was because i was just another dentist in a general practice so just came out of okay. I just opened this clinic. Nobody knows how. I'm here. So i didn't even put my number in the telephone book. I was so over that i felt that that was not a very good way to show people who i was so i went on and did a lot of other platforms have youtube channel as well about dentistry link. Dan facebook instagram and Yes someday maybe i'll have a podcast. You never know

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Wet Notes for 2-28-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:40 min | 8 months ago

Wet Notes for 2-28-21

"This is wet notes on scuba shaq radio for sunday february twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one. Well i up today. I'm going to do an update on dry suit talq now ever since i've owned a dry suit i've been using those little pouches of talk to dust my wrist seals and neck seals. And that makes it easier to put on especially if it gets a little humid. Well we used to get these little pouches from magnet who then became gear aid when we could no longer get them from juried. We switched to getting them from diving unlimited international or dui. Recently we ran low on these talca pouches. Wanted to order some more. But do you. I stopped producing those talk pouches. I guess i'm guessing near some concern around. The safety of talk i noticed has been in news over recent years. So donna reached out to peak from dui and he suggested cornstarch to dust are seals. Make sure you do it every time now. That sounds a little strange to me. But it looks like people are using it in place of the talq. We'll give it a try. And i'll let you know how goes cornstarch. It's not just for cooking next up. Is things start opening up and we travel outside the country. We're going to need to get tested for in nineteen before we can come back well. Resorts are out there. And they're starting to accommodate their customers and making it easier to get tested. So for example. I just saw where enroll roett to resorts. The turquoise bay dive resort and the mayan princess beach dive resort are offering onsite cova testing on thursdays and fridays. And then what happens. Is you'll get electronic. Results are available in three hours. And then you'll have a hard copy the next day now you still have to pay for it in a costs about fifty bucks. Then i also check the cocoa view site down there and roett tan and it looks like they are also offering onsite testing but their prices coming in at eighty five dollars so it looks like if you're going to travel to row attend you'll find it easier to get tested for corona virus and get back home as long as you test negative but i think more and more of these dive operators out there are going to provide that cova testing or options for people so that you can go travel and then make it easier for you to get back home. Also last i think a couple of weeks ago. The president of the united states signed executive order. One three nine eight and with that executive order it mandated. That masks are to be worn on all public maritime vessels including ferries. What does that mean for dive boats. Well deana did. Some research and found out that this mandate includes commercial vessels used for dive charters and dive related activities. You'll need to be masked up upon boarding disembarking and the duration of travel. Obviously this can only apply to us. Operators i think this makes sense and i'm sure common sense will prevail given our unique circumstances when we go diving way back in the beginning of two thousand twenty i did a segment on dive travel insurance then in mid two thousand and twenty. I noticed the divers alert network. Dan their travel insurance was not available on their website is back now. However there was a short article on dive newswire that indicated that there are qualified cove in nineteen related cancellation and interruptions covered. There's a lot of detail on their website. You can read through. Essentially they cover prepaid travel arrangements. If you your host at your destination you traveling companion or family member test positive for covid. Nineteen there's also levels of coverage while traveling but you need to do your research. The good news however is that the dan travel insurance is back and it looks like they are helping to try and address the corona virus issues. It's always a good day when i go out to the mailbox and that the latest issue of the journal of diving history has arrived. That happened earlier this week. The cover of the first quarter two thousand twenty one magazine features to five women who made up the team of tech tight to mission six dash fifty. Which was america's first off female saturation team. The five women included peggy lucas. An hurley hotline renata lynch true elena schmidt and sylvia earle the journal of diving history. Formerly historical. diver magazine is the official magazine of the historical diving society. Usa and is part of your membership. I can't wait to dive into all the articles i saw. The other day that there's been a an oil spill off the coast of israel and lebanon and it's impacting over one hundred miles of coastline. Now what's a little disconcerting about this is that they don't know where this is coming from this washing up on the beaches. It's the seems like there's some sort of gag order on the release of information. I'm just not sure why there was. Also a thin whale washed up on the beach apparently with oil in its loans. They say this is undoing. Much of the progress made over the last thirty years. Let's hope they figure out where this is coming from or where it came from. And if they're able to minimize the impacts and finally here's some really big news in the scuba industry especially related to scuba tanks. Luxembourg is getting out of the aluminum tank business on february twenty third. Luxor held their fourth quarter and full year. Two thousand and twenty analysts call and that's where they announced their divestiture of their aluminum product lines now. The rationale according to their press release is that they wanted to focus on high performance magnesium alloys zirconium catalysts and high pressure composite cylinders. Guess to profit margin. Just wasn't there on the aluminum tanks. They plan on selling those two aluminum forming operations in the united states and one in the in the uk. But we don't know who they're going to sell it to just yet more to come on. This is it as it. Unfolds now luxembourg. They produced a lot of tanks. And there's a lot of them out there and we're going to see what that does to the supply chain as we move forward. Well that's it for wet notes for february twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shock radio

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Historic moments of 2020, the year of the pandemic

Nightline

02:50 min | 10 months ago

Historic moments of 2020, the year of the pandemic

"The spirit of the holidays. Some perspective on a year that is challenged us in the imaginable from healthcare workers risking their lives on the front lines to families worrying about putting food on the table the pandemic colliding with a racial reckoning to crises in one year forcing us to hold tight to hope and now a look back avenue spin a year of historic struggle. Be walks are nightline team working through an unprecedented crisis to keep our audience informed inky so much for getting a place to aspire very grateful. We got in touch with you because you were really being open and pouring your heart out. I was just telling our and our and share story right there. Because we're we're not alone you're not alone. It wasn't until i really did hear other people's stories that i folks who are to loan the films julie philly shea ask for it but i feel like i do have a voice. I can yell about this change. I go to the meeting. Demand this lakeshore and make voice heard. Twenty twenty did not happen novak ramp. There have been an event in history. Let me read about in those moments things happening around you and you realize oh my god. I am witnessing amidst turmoil. Heroes emerged answering the call when we needed them most first covid nineteen lockdown wuhan. Then italy so we just got the news. Never going to be quarantined here for fourteen days. Then we watched in disbelief as it spread across the united states like wildfire nightline to the latest crisis the kobe nineteen outran from nursing. Homes in washington calling valerie's eighty nine year old mother. Peggy who suffers from dementia lives there. If she gets sick she's gonna be gone But if she has to sit in a room for days on end by yourself she's gonna go downhill fast to the epicenter in new york city. Yeah we track the virus as it left tragedy in its wake. He was still really event. Shape temperature one of four. Tell me that moment. Amanda where you had to leave his side here. Fourteen my son over a computer screen in icu. And not being able to be there with him. It's just it was horrifying experience

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Dame Barbara Windsor dies aged 83

The Briefing

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Dame Barbara Windsor dies aged 83

"Dame barbara. Windsor has died. she was a household. Name is peggy mitchell in eastenders. She rose to fame in the carry on films. Perhaps you'll remember her for her trademark infectious. Laugh dame barbara. Windsor of british film and television has died at the age of eighty. Three should be fighting a long battle without sinus disease. She was diagnosed in two thousand fourteen and made the news public in two thousand eighteen charity. Said she helped bring the disease which has no cure out into the open. Jesper reese looks back. At how dame barbara often played the sparky working class child of the bliss but insists she was no one trick pony.

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"Kim Ng makes Baseball History" with Dan Evans - burst 02

The Sportscaster and Her Son

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"Kim Ng makes Baseball History" with Dan Evans - burst 02

"Your mom was one of the pioneers in chicago when it came to sports broadcasting and happened to be woman and i think for people like your mom. I think you see the world changing. Were far more respectful and aware that it can't be a boy's game anymore. It's time to let the best people in the room. And if they happen to be a woman so be it. But i think the great thing jason. She checks a lot boxes. She's an asian woman who didn't play in the big league. That was such a stigma. Twenty years ago. Oh you didn't play in the big lake. My gosh i heard it well now. I think young women wake up and they say there's somebody looks like me in that role and until today really until friday. No one ever saw anyone looking like them in that role. And it's fifty. One percent of the world's population now suddenly is asian american woman years. The general manager of the miami. Marlins i think that alone or give hope to not just young women. Asian american men. Suddenly we say wait a second. Here's somebody looks like me. I can be that person. And i think for that. Our society is better off today. I have said that for so many years that all it takes is one seeing one person that looks like you in an industry to say. Oh my gosh that's it. I'm going to do this. Okay i want to do this. And that's what it took for me indian. You're so right. The number of people that she is going to affect the in the future generations. This is personal for a lot of us. And i'm still getting emotional right now because it is that big of a deal. Can she handle it mean. Just that's a lot of pressure on one person's shoulders and we don't mean to make it a bigger mountain than it is but truly when they are in the decision making and the hiring and the firing that is when we have progress because they make decisions on who gets some of those jobs. Great clink peggy. I think first of all yes. Undeniably qualified has been qualified for probably about fifteen years I remember sitting in our pool in los angeles with our feet in the water and she had just been denied one of those opportunities and i said listen. Your time's gonna come.

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Apple Suspends New Business With Pegatron Over Labor Violations

Daily Tech News Show

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Suspends New Business With Pegatron Over Labor Violations

"Apple announces suspended. New business with peggy. Trot the taiwanese. He's manufacturer used for iphone. Assembly after discovering labor violations apple discovered several weeks ago that petron miss classified student workers allowing them to work nights and overtime in violation of the company's supplier code of conduct since this only applies to new business current iphone twelve production should not be impacted. Petron is on probation with apple until corrective action is complete

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Out of sight, but not out of mind, the tale of Nikole Betterson

Crimeatorium

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Out of sight, but not out of mind, the tale of Nikole Betterson

"Labor Day weekend of 1977 Jared Peterson his girlfriend Susan klingel and the couple's two-year-old daughter. Nicole was in a car driven by Jarrett. He lost control of the vehicle which caused it to roll several times ejecting Susan. She died at the scene Jared Allen Cole sustained minor injuries while police were conducting their investigation into the accident. Marijuana was found in the vehicle. This was a more serious offense 43 years ago and the police wanted to charge him with vehicular homicide. Whether it was sloppy police work or something else. Jarrett was never charged. A few months later Jarod met a woman named Barbara Sadler and the two wanted to start a life together out west. Some say the couple mentioned moving to California. Others have said Nevada Barbara made a promise to Susan's parents who had taken a coal into their home and cared for her up until this time to take care of Nicole and be a good mother to her. And with Nicole and tow a couple left, Michigan in December of 1977. The Klingons cried as they waved. Goodbye to the granddaughter they loved and thought about the daughter. They had lost just months earlier. Jared in the Klingons had always been at odds with each other. He felt they had rejected him because he was black and had lured Susan into drug use, but for twenty long years the klingel's held on to the hope that they would once again seen a call. They had reminders of her brief time with them photographs of her smiling and a little red and white dress wearing a bonnet another one with her holding a toy bunny off while her father Jarrett reaches in to give her a kiss. In nineteen ninety seven, the klingel's felt it was time to hire a private investigator to try and locate Nicole as she would be old enough to make the decision to see them or Not Dead. Sadly, they would never see their beloved granddaughter again. It didn't take long for Jarrett and Barbara to be located. They were living in Las Vegas in a run-down part of town barely scraping by the two had gotten married in June suing years and both suffered from poor health. Jarrett was using a motorized wheelchair due to a back injury. He had suffered in a car accident. It seems that Karma hit this couple particularly hard. Peggy busy a private investigator hired by the klingel's dug deeper into the better since comings and goings and when it came to Nicole Patterson, there was not a trace of birth ever living with them in Las Vegas one detail did come to light Jared and Barbara collected in cash Nicole Social Security survivor benefits checks until she calls 18th birthday. Armed with the information. She had obtained Peggy bezzi turned it over to detective roskin of the Las Vegas Police Department. Missing person cases was not an area. He was very enthused about a lot of dead ends and disappointments, especially when it involves a case that was twenty plus years old off after reading through the material. However, he became intrigued and decided to look further into the case. He scanned through Court archives and police School adoption and driver's license records. He came up with nothing regarding little Nicole just like Peggy busy. Figuring he had nothing to lose. He came up with a plan to visit the better sons and pretend like he knew what had happened to Nicole. He would even offer Jarrett a deal of leniency if he divulged all of the details regarding Nicole. So in early November of nineteen ninety seven, he paid the better scenes a visit Jared answered the door while sitting in his motorized wheelchair and agreed to speak with Detective.

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"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 01

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 01

"I watch Nick Foles press conference. And he you know, he got he got emotional over being questioned them about them not being very good. And I think coach Nagy was irritated to kind of like, you know Peggy my my answer was a welcome to Chicago and you play off with a really good defense, right? So, they'll get used to it, you know, as long as you win games nothing else really does matter. I mean, obviously when you look at them from an analyst standpoint, you're wondering when they get into that wage work or if an office desk or twenty one point early or three touchdowns. Can we score 28 to 30 points which they have? I think they get the bulk. Is it put up 30 points or the phone number? To go to Indiana fell but like you said pay you and you watch that defense, they're extremely good and they got one thing that a lot of good teams and teams that have good success with the formula of the defense wins games. They create chaos with a quarterback and they speed up the offense is clogged which creates turnovers. So that defense to me on film look up to dominate not only been six weeks, but that's secondary to find the involved the defense side how good they've been playing is that secondary is playing really well also, so so, you know and thought we'd love to say there's no pictures on the scorecard. I don't care how you got that birdie. A birdie is a birdie a win is a win but we would have loved for it to be beautiful and to be you know them be a great well oiled machine, but how long can they sustain this throughout the rest of the NFL season? We're about to file really quickly here. Right? We got the Rams. We

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The Enfield Poltergeist

Far Side Chats

09:26 min | 1 year ago

The Enfield Poltergeist

"We begin in nineteen seventy-seven back in a little town called Enfield London. Okay. Okay. So we're across the pond. We are across the pond and because of that you're probably going to hear me do a lot of really terrible British accents. I love it. I'm here for that. Ye on top of that. I'm not really sure if I pronounce the name right of the town, but I think I've heard it said in field. So I mean that's how it's spelled. So yeah, I would assume as well but I don't know if it's like unveiled or like you know, that's your prestigious. Yeah, but because we're from America we're going to go with Enfield. I love it. So we're sitting in this Tiny Town. And we are going to visit our friends the Hodgson family. Okay? Okay. I've got Mom Peggy Hodgson who is in fact a single mom of four which at the time seemed like pretty weird, you know to be a single mother. Yeah. I mean, I guess divorce was still not like a big thing back then that's okay, especially in London, I guess so she was risky to the people of London. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So it was just a weird thing to see her four children included Margaret who was twelve at the time Janet who was eleven Johnny who was ten and Billy who was seven so we got our two girls and two boys easy to keep up with exactly. They're all living their lives having a grand old time in this cute little like looks like a townhouse kind of thing. It's like wage one of those connected houses where it's like there's a few houses in one unit yeah I know exactly which yeah so this cute guy cute little garden gnome whatever they're living their lives then the evening of August 30th 1977 rolls around okay oh Peggy as wage most likely stressed out mother is it trying to get her kids to go to bed she's like guys I gotta wake up I got to go to work tomorrow y'all gotta go to school tomorrow let's get to bed so she's downstairs doing some gift bad stuff and she heard Janet the eleven-year-old saying from upstairs that her and her brothers beds were like wobbling what yeah wobbling wobbling oh baby wobble baby wobble baby wobble no dead But they don't fall down. That's a wee before you so it's a total natural night. Okay, and then Peggy, like I said super stressed at the time she was not having this and she was just like Janet stop mucking about go to bed. I'm done with you. Yeah. Okay. This seems seems pretty normal. Yeah, pretty sure well. I mean like for Peggy from her personal perspective, you know, like it's a normal night. Her kids are being like no, I don't go to bed. So we'll make up this excuse. Yeah, she's tired and she's like just do it. I'm just over y'all. Let's call it done. Like I need a glass of wine and he only because right so the next Thursday evening Peggy herself heard a crash from upstairs. So this time she actually goes to investigate and when she got to the room a chest of drawers wage, Coming towards her without anyone pushing it seemingly of its own volition. No way. Yeah. Yeah rural she said in an interview that it seemed like Tom Thumb something was trying to block off her family from the rest of the house using the chest of drawers. Oh my gosh, that's terrifying. I know. Oh my God, and I'm sure not at all what she expected. Oh gosh. No, I would burn the house down immediately. I mean, oh my gosh, you go to open a room and here comes a dresser just like back at you like this isn't Beauty and the Beast. Okay, right? No, she ain't talking to us. Probably not that friendly either probably not dead. If she was I probably would have a different reaction right? I guess jurors don't have pronouns. Wow. Wow, and Carol just broke. So after that my Janet's older sister Margaret, she goes on to say in many like interviews and articles that after that night be activity definitely started to increase she says there were strange little noises in the house. You couldn't make out what was going on and none of us got any sleep. We put on our dressing gown and slippers and we would always go next door which wasn't a direct quote but I changed a little pool. So there you go like down in plaid quote. It's an implied quote people. So anyways, they're all putting on their dressing gowns and slippers and whatnot and took over to their neighbor's house who are named Vic and Peggy which could in fact get confusing, but we're only going to talk about big so There you go. Okay, so that makes it easy. Yeah Vic Nottingham. Oh how fancy anyway, so the family goes over to their neighbors and Mistral Vic Vic nodding him. He is described as a Burly Builder and he's a big dude. He decides to go over and investigate by himself, which I don't know why anybody would do that either. I mean, I don't know how long as I get people not believing in it and not wanting to do her like not really caring to go over but like Even if there's a tiny hint that it could be real why wouldn't anyone else with me. I'm guessing he was just being neighborly to his, you know, single mom of four. Yeah and wanting to help out. I mean, I'm sure to it probably had to sound kind of ridiculous. Hm, you know, and he was probably like, well, there's gotta be a very clear explanation. Yeah. You're probably right. I just wouldn't go I would not have gone by myself. I know you wouldn't have come over like, oh my God a chance to see ghosts. I'm there. I'll grab my flashlight. Oh my gosh, so he goes over and he goes on record saying I went in there and I couldn't make out these noises. There was a knocking on the wall in the bedroom on the ceiling and I was afraid beginning to get a bit frightened. No, meaning the Pearly Builder got frightened. The Burly Builder was bewildered sounds like a kids book. It does that get dumped so then they finally decide. Hey, let's call the police and see what she going on. Maybe the police will figure something out that we haven't put together seems logical right? So the police come over and they start to have very similar experiences and they are I'm sure of what is going on. One of the officers even signed an affidavit claiming. She saw a large armchair move. Unassisted four feet across the floor. Oh my gosh. No thoughts on record. Yeah. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Yeah, so like I'm also assuming that they checked for like any kind of rigging or anything like that. I mean I would hope so being that there were police I would think they'd be pretty thorough in an investigation. Yeah just freaks me out. I'd be curious to read that affidavit. Yeah, so then I saw Shaq just a regular day in the field and then you know, we decided to leave which they did eventually the police did in fact leave cuz I know they don't deal in ghosts they deal in real people. So of course, they couldn't

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"peggy" Discussed on Your Story or Your Life

Your Story or Your Life

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"peggy" Discussed on Your Story or Your Life

"And this is your story or your life podcast this podcast where I talk about true crime and compelling persons of interest, so thanks for joining me. You might have found me on my youtube channel, which is a great way to get the latest episodes youtube, format. And also you can get my other show called drowning verdict, which is true crime in depth, sophie, sub me there. You'RE GONNA get those shows. Suze come out. To great way to be part of what I do, some always trying to deliver the best content I can't for you at the time that can do it and I gotta go with what I got. I look for new nuggets of information. Something that if you haven't heard before and I can share with you. Maybe can even share it with France. If you think the contents could have Kim always trying to let deliver bigger and better if I can. Thanks for your support. If you've checked me out on my co page, really appreciate that because you can just be more involved with the show that way helped me grow. Get better equipment etcetera. I'm also available. Where you get your podcasts whether it be iheart radio, spotify apple podcast, you can follow me there for not on Youtube. Also share me of course. That's a real honor to me. Have these sub have share? So if you haven't subbed, please do just come back for more. And I'M GONNA try to really meet high expectations. And I gotta go with what I got. Based on what I got and who I got with me. So today's episode, I've got compelling person of interest rather two of them. Who I would really consider are like UNICORNS in their chosen field of crime. And this subject of crime I've covered before. It's one of my favorite things to see on the big screen. Because it's just so thrilling I think in a lot ways that that's done. And one of the subjects who's going to be on film coming probably within a year, so going to be a true crime love story with bank robbery as the backdrop of why everything's happening. So if you're not familiar with Cowboy Bob for Peggy. Jo Tallus today you can become more familiar with her. A caller cowgirl ROB 'cause. She was lady and she's dressed up like a man a cowboy. To Rob Banks in the early nineties in the Dallas Texas area. For quite a while had confused the feds because. In this type of crime. Did you know according to the FBI that only five percent is not male who carries out these crimes, so it's overwhelmingly guys who do it. She had dressed up like a man at put on the. Fake Moustache Cowboy Hat. Hat padded her outfit. Never carried a gun never carried a gun, but just had that presence. So the feds had thought for longtime they're looking for. For Guy of course. Because only five percent. are other than that and in over sixty five hundred bank robberies last year is like five percent or less. So. Unicorn in that field so. Definitely, worthy for. The big screen if they're gonNA, do it from what happened in real life to fantasizing about a little bit more and putting on the big screen. It's a story that these to be told. So Peggy Jo, Tallus she had done these crimes and had never. Done Away with a whole lot. Thank the average for bank robbery about fifteen, hundred, twelve hundred. She was smart enough to say no dye packs. She didn't carry a gun with her. She was smart enough to say no tie dye packs and look for that so a lot of times. That's what will happen to. The personnel outside the bank, it'll explode on them and from there. It's just a mess. It really does have help capture. People have those pack explode, but she looked for that. She's really smart sophisticated. She knew what she was doing. And by all tencent purposes by all accounts. She was just a sweet lady who was into. Jack and banks, because it was ready and available on who would have thought that it was going to be a lady doing that? She had a great disguise. So this was. Early Nineties and with her story how they're gonNA play out on screen directed by Phillip Noyce who if you haven't heard of him before? One of my favorite movies is actually something he didn't. Ladies Call Dead Calm with Nicole Kidman. It's an awesome movie on the water. It's very thrilling, so he's at director. I think it's coming out within the next year or so. And, I think it'd be really good..

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"peggy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"peggy" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"Our guest today is a journalist who has spent over twenty five five years chronicling the lives of girls exposing the contradictions young women face in their intimate encounters everywhere. She she went however she was urged to turn her attention to boys which she resisted until two and the declarations that masculinity was broken and toxic. And so she stepped into the opportunity to engage young men in authentic and perhaps long overdue conversations stations about gender an intimacy. She'd already discovered that American parents talk little to their daughters about sex but she soon learned that they they talk even less to their son's her biggest fear going into this project was the guys would WanNa talk to her especially because in her words. She looks like she could be their mom. Welcome Peggy Ornstein author of boys and sex young men on hookups love porn consent consent and navigating the new masculinity. Hi thanks for having me. Hi Peggy so even though you do look like. They're like you could be their mom. You soon discovered that boys were actually very eager to talk with you about themselves and their experiences not only about sex but about about porn casual hookups. And those even bigger questions that we're all thinking about about race sexuality and gender and their our own developing perceptions of masculinity. I'm really curious. who were you talking with? So I was talking to boys who were between the ages of sixteen eighteen and twenty two and because written girls and sex and I had focused on a particular demographic which was kids who were either college bound or in college. I did the I kind of. Just just transpose. That and that was the same that I was working with for boys and sex but beyond that That was pretty broad..

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"If you're involved in supply chain you need to be looking at how blockchain can make processes better stop looking at the blockchain as the mechanics behind the BITCOIN are crypto currencies. Like it was in the past. If you're thinking along those lines you're kind of living in the pass because it's not the way it used to be. Blockchain is truly here to stay and I think it's going to change the supply chain in a very big fundamental way Welcome Peggy smelling. Show the podcasting voice of Iot and digital transformation with your host at Smedley. Hello and welcome to today's edition of the Peggy Smedley show. I'm your host Peggy Smedley. I'd like to further our discussion about the supply chain in this segment by talking about the intersection of supply. Chain technology and blockchain. As you remember we've been talking about that and and I'd like to cover a bit about the box chain market in general and then share some ways. I'm seeing this technology affect the supply chain later on the show. I'll be interviewing Stacey swertz. WHO's the vice president public safety and first net sales at? At and T.. And and I'm really excited that she'll be joining us and then I'm going to wrap up the show with Darrin Archer chief strategy officer at elastic pave. A path half. I should say excuse me about that. Let's get started with a short explanation on a market projection. Numbers blockchain isn't a new topic around here but it isn't always But I guess I should say it's always helpful to make sure we're all on the same page when we haven't talked about a particular topic for a while and I think we haven't really talked about blockchain as of late Blockchain is a growing list of records that are linked together and stamped with with important information like transaction data and time stamp. Harvard Business Review has a nice definition of blockchain that. I'd like to share with you. It's an open. They say distributed ledger. That can record transactions between two parties efficiently in a verifiable and impermanent way not nice simple definition. I really enjoy that one in its early days. I think blockchain had a kind of a bad reputation for being an avenue. NEW FOR CRIMINALS TO INITIATE transactions without being tied to an institution like a bank but in today's digital world were seeing a a lot of very legitimate use cases for a decentralized distributed Ledger System Winter Green Research in a report compiled mm bio for IBM estimates black chain markets are headed upwards of sixty billion in worldwide revenue by twenty twenty twenty four and. It's up from seven. I guess about seven hundred six million that it was recorded in twenty seventeen seventeen and I'll come back to this report and IBM in a minute but when I start focusing on supply chains in overall I think it will help you understand the the numbers. Another research firm from Grand View. Research anticipates the global blockchain technology market will reach as much as fifty seven a billion by two thousand twenty five. Now he's like to show you these numbers because I think it puts him perspective where we think. The market's headed and we're seeing sectors like agriculture financial services healthcare insurance manufacturing retail logistics utilities. Starting to look at the value value and even feasability for blockchain in their respective industries. Now according to analysis by Mackenzie blockchain short term term value is predominantly in reducing costs before creating transformative business models. Now I think it's an interesting idea. Because McKinsey's analysis also suggests suggests block team chain is still. Let's say three to five years away from feasability scale. Now that's an interesting point but let's talk about the need for this technology general. What's the pain points? Does it help solve now. There's two major needs blockchain addresses and include record keeping an registry for transactions so within the record keeping category. You look at it. Blockchain can store store static data like land titles or food safety and origin patents. And things like that. You kinda get the idea. It can also store a identities for uses like civil registries and boating it can also enable smart contracts trek. So block chain can facilitate dynamic registries and payment infrastructures. So I guess the question would be. How's IT impacting? The supply I chain. So let's think of it this way winner. Green Research pointed to managing supply. Chains is one of the key ways blockchain technology demand demand is growing among IBM customers and IBM in Maersk Have built a blockchain base supply chain solution that enables the real time crime exchange of original SL supply chain events and documents through a data pipeline and ultimately connecting all of the participants. It's in the supply chain ecosystem so this really kind of gives you some idea that it's essentially what blockchain is doing. It's providing transparency entrusted access across the supply chain ecosystem. Now you remember when we wrote an article several months back we talked about the transparency. That's it's needed between all the supply chain members so in food this is so very very important is the transparency of all the members so I'll highlight. IBM beyond once more. Because I think what they're doing is really important here so IBM screwed. Trust is an example of how black chain technologies is impacting the complex food chain in general and the supply chain food safety. I think is really important and there are so many different players involved old in getting food from the producer to the final consumer that it can be hard to keep track of what's happening along the way to a particular product when that product. Tis Food. Something you're going to put in your food in your body you know or food to feed your children all of that data. We all talk about. We want to know we WANNA make sure sure everybody's safe so that end to end visibility that we talk about can be absolutely critical. I know I wanNA know what's happening with all the food so the food trust. Trust that we're talking about large is black chain to not only digitize information in a way that creates this visibility but also opens the door. You're too many other benefits. Like better supply chain efficiencies and less food waste and we think about feeding the world. There's a lot of benefits in the bigger picture. And I think that's really the way of the future so if I think about my opinion on this for today black chain is kind of the future. You're of transactions if we think about in a bigger picture and what it can do and I've been on a board for the I.. T. IN CHICAGO. And that's what they've been talking about is what blockchain action could do and in food especially but this is also true across numerous other markets consumer preferences are changing. There's they still care about pricing. There's no question but they also really care about safety. The safety of all the food. They want more information about where their products folks are coming from where they're sourced. Who made them? What happened to them in route? How long they've been on the shelf you know? Have you heard you. You know. Think about this. I got a job for it. You know you've heard you know if you give them out so cookie. He'll want the whole jar. Well think about this what happens in this day and age when we've created created the technologies that give us the data. Now we want the data about everything you know. We want to know everything possible so this is true in business this and in life so that joke you know you give the the mauser cookie. He'll want the whole jar. Well that's what we're really thinking about. We don't just send our fleet elite out anymore. We assume that our drivers are fleet vehicles or whatever acids assets might be on board with them will end up where they're supposed to be he safely and on time without any issues but here's the most important thing we want proof we want the data for instance. We want the data on on their driver. Did he or she drives safely was here. She distracted. Did he make unauthorized stops. We want the data on that truck at that time. So did it perform as intended. Does it need any repairs. We want the data on those assets. Are they safe on the job job. Did someone move them or take them without their permission. All these you can see how this kind of thinking transfers all of the areas of into into a person's life in general so and think about the supply chain and in particular traditionally there too many middlemen in the supply chain and and that's where it gets even more tricky so there's an endless amount of back and forth in things are written down and I'm papers are lost in general. There's not enough accountability ability. So it's it's not fast enough transparent enough and frankly trustworthy enough. And that's what we're talking about so I think in general. Here's here's my tipper. Today if you're involved in supply chain you need to be looking at how blockchain can make.

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The Peggy Smedley Show

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"I o t is here. Hey, I on machine learning are catching on, and they are all changing our world. Now. What's next? How will you be impacted leather Peggy's medley show keep you up to date and looking ahead for your business? Tune in every Tuesday at noon central time at Peggy Smedley show dot com. Everyone is constantly on the go and relying on technology can help keep us in the no use your voice activated service to connect to the most influential internet of things mon- cast. It's the simplest Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Listen to current and archived shows or let Alexa assist you in subscribing. Never miss an episode. Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Heidi is taking it on the road in two thousand nineteen with live audio video and on-site appearances. The Peggy spent we show we'll be live at ES world of concrete, the international builders show mobile world, congress and the stele rector show covering the is not a and other emerging trends in the markets that touch your businesses to learn more about upcoming tour date, visit Peggy Smedley show dot com or connected world dot com. Construct TV your fierce advocates for construction construct TEK TV digs into infrastructure drills into global economic conditions. It is changing the talent gap narrative adopting a new vision, and a voice to the new skilled worker and construction all with the help of technology construct TV everything you need for infrastructure, labor, and technology like share and subscribe to construct tech TV at YouTube dot com forward slash construct tech TV. I've heard this is like one of the best pieces. Possum town. I'll do a slice of pepperoni slice of vegetarian, and I will pay for all that in threes in three days. I would set me. Wait, you accept credit cards that money's not gonna hit your account for three days? Anyway, my money quicker at chase. We hear you with express funding card payments are in your chase account. The next business day go to chase dot com slash express funding chase for business. So you can compensated participation businesses approval. Approval. All clients are eligible for next business day funding and additional terms, conditions and restrictions apply. In the military things can change in an instant you personally features the same just like you protect our country. You want your family protected? That's why thousands of military members. Trust navy Mutual Life Insurance navy mutual is nonprofit, providing current and former navy marine and coast guard families with life insurance, no sales fees, and no military service, restrictions protecting members on active duty and beyond. Call one eight hundred six to eight six zero one eight hundred six to eight sixty elephant navy mutual dot org. Insuring those who serve.

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The Peggy Smedley Show

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"The. Welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show. The podcasting voice of I t and digital transformation. Dan, welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show. My first gusts today has spent forty professional years solving unsolvable problems in Rome, robotics, and is an internationally recognized technology leader, he has more influential publications in leading robotics journal than just about anyone. And he wrote the book on robotic manipulation. And he recently was named to a twenty nineteen connected. World pioneer. Please. Welcome. Mat. Mason chief scientists Berkshire gray professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Matt welcome to the show. Thank you. So Matt I have to first of all. Yeah. I thank you. I I got to congratulate for being a name to our twenty nine thousand nine connected world pioneer. You've done some mazing thing. So congratulations. Thanks that was a thrill. So and Secondly, I've got it start off by talking about the new startup that you're with because it's kind of fun when you go up there, and you guys look at what you're doing. You know, really kind of it's you have to tell us all about the start up, and why you actually decided to get into a start up now with all the other things you've been doing. Well, yeah, that's really my my life took a strange unexpected turn their it was wasn't part of my plan. I I was pursuing you know, doggedly pursuing an academic career firmly committed to ivory tower. And then I know exactly what had happened. It was one meeting that I had with the CEO Berkshire gray of five years ago that completely turned to my thinking around, and I signed up instantly sort of an epiphany story. Talk about Berkshire gray. Then you know, why why them specifically because I love that. They talk about them saying radically central fundamentally forward is their trademark. And it really it's when you think about that. It's just fun to hear that. I mean, that's a great forward thinking, and you instantly get a vision of this type of a company that you say, wow, I want to get to know them. So why specifically them why why them? Well, the main thing was a vision of where things were going and e commerce and retail and logistics and how it tied into robotic manipulation. That was that was what attracted me, you know, to go back in time five years back, then the visions of of the next big application. Everybody many relation. They were kind of. They were all over the place. And you know, you had like Bill Gates wrote an article in scientific American saying that they're going to have robots in our basement building our towels, and you know, people were talking about robots in our kitchens putting things away and robots cooking things and for us, and none of those visions were really credible. And but the when you look at ecommerce and legit. Disticts? It's like the the grandest manipulation problem, you know, all the stuff has to be moved from where it's produced or it's consumed. Say that us distribution network. And there was an existing technology that we're off a million with with retail stores brick and mortar stores tracks in ways. And and all of that. And it's all changing it's being turned upside down. Now, you know by variety of technology. So it's an it's an amazing thing. It's that said that's happening right now and could not I just could not stay away from such a an amazing problem. So let's talk about that a little bit. Chris you talk about the idea supply chain is what we're talking about. You know that whole I mean, I think we're really going to get to unite. We're gonna talk about this smart store replenishment picking and everything that you just described because I think it's true when you think about e replenishment, and you e commerce fulfilment solutions, and we're all seeing what's happening Amazon's changing our world. Right. And and you could talk about that. But instead of when you you focus on the supply chain side, but you, and I both know that manufacturing, and even when we think about construction and agriculture, and why specifically supply chain when we think of robotics is going to be used in a lot of other verticals. Why did you think supply chain you just described a lot of it? But when you talk about mobile, robotics, transformative in in supply chain is going to be so predominant. I think you've. Described a little bit. But I think we're going to see, you know, manipulation

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The Peggy Smedley Show

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Welcome to the Peggy smelling show. The podcasting voice of Ohio T and digital transformation with your host Hegi Smedley. Hello and welcome to today's edition of the Peggy Smedley show is always I'm your host Peggy Smedley our feature article on this month's connected, world dot com. We've been talking all about emerging trends to watch for twenty nineteen as you've been seeing twenty nineteen is starting out to really be exciting. A lot of things happened as we kicked off things as we've been talking about it see ES, but one of the three trends, we highlight in depth, of course, to cyber security in the law, and there's a lot happening that starting to really take shape because we need to really focus a making sure things are safe and secure. And we've heard all the predictions the number of connected devices and twenty nineteen could reach more than twenty six billion. And that number is going to explode even more as we look farther out into the future. What I'm seeing is not only as journalists. But. As a thought leader in the IT space in AI is that a lot of people in the industry are suddenly very interested in how various industry players, including governments and regulatory bodies as well as consumers can work together to achieve. I think necessary levels of security and privacy in light of all of is not on precedent growth. Security and privacy are important talking points right now, and there has been a lot of movement in the legislative arena regarding security, and the I o t as a result. And we've even seen many of our senators and Representative kind of stepping up and making statements and trying to push forward legislation. And if you want or need, a refresher course, I think on the different laws being considered right now in the US be sure to read our article on the homepage of our website. But also. So look for some news analysis that we're going to be putting up as well. So today on segment one I'm going to discuss some research about IOT security awareness and talk about some security related predictions for the space that can help us all be a little bit more prepared. But first, let's talk about our guest lineup later on the show. I'm going to be welcoming Matt Mason who's the chief scientist at Berkshire gray and professor at Carnegie Mellon University. And then I'm going to wrap up the show talking with James, Arthur Ray, who's the opera entrepreneur author life and business coach. So we've got some great guests again. So let's get started the laws going to play an important role in shaping the cyber-security landscape going forward, but legislation usually isn't the quickest way to cheating an end. What can we do? In the meantime, I mean, I think this is something we need to be addressing well. Legislation isn't the only way to create change change can start with an individual company level with awareness a commitment to follow industry breasts practices in the realm of security and practicing. Good cybersecurity hygiene, I cannot say that enough we talk about it all the time with protecting our passwords, but I find that a simple lack of awareness about cyber security is a real problem in our industry, and we talk about this a lot, but it's the basics of everything and some recent research by Trend Micro backs me up on this very statement that I'm making for instance, eighty six percent of IT and security decision maker say their organizations need to improve their awareness of IOT threats. Just fourteen percent of trends micros respondents say they have complete organ. Awareness of IOT threats. Now think about that for a second. Why is this a problem? I mean, I want you to just consider that. It's just putting a little bit of too much in the hands of fate. If you're not aware of the threats, you're most certainly not prepared to avoid them. Right. That's the simple. Basic fact, so cyber threats and cyber attacks frequently I think take advantage of organizational 's in organizations lack of IT security awareness. So this research suggests cyber-attacks target office devices, the most followed by manufacturing and supply chain devices and operations, I think vendors need to be aware that this is a problem too.

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The Peggy Smedley Show

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Breaks. Everyone is constantly on the go and relying on technology can help keep us in the no use your voice activated service to connect to the most influential internet of things on cast. It's the simplest Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Listen to current and archived shows or let Alexa assist subscribing. Never miss an episode. Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Construct TV your fierce advocates for construction construct TV digs into infrastructure drills into global economic conditions. It is changing the talent gap narrative adopting a new vision, and a voice to the new skilled worker and construction all with the help of technology construct TV everything you need for infrastructure, labor, and technology like share and subscribe to construct tech TV at YouTube dot com forward slash construct tech TV. I o t is here. Hey, I in machine learning are touching on. And they are all changing our world. Now. What's next? How will you be impacted leather Peggy's medley show keep you up to date and looking ahead for your business? Tune in every Tuesday at noon central time at Peggy Smedley show dot com. Heke is taking it on the road in twenty nineteen with live audio video and onsite appearances that Peggy Smedley show. We'll be live at CS world of concrete, the international builders show mobile world, congress and the stele rector show covering the I O T A and other emerging trends in the markets that touch your businesses to learn more about upcoming tour date, visit Peggy Smedley show dot com or connected world dot com. Imagine a world without children award were children don't play or dream or imagine at Saint Joe choose research has will working every day to find cures for diseases that strike down children because we can't imagine a world of children can finding cures saving. Thank you Children's Research to learn how you can have log onto our website. Saint Jude dot org. I've heard this is one of the best pieces. Possum town. I'll do slice of pepperoni slices vegetarian, and I will pay for all that in threes in three days. I would set me. Wait, you accept credit cards that money's not gonna hit your account for three days? Anyway, my morning quicker at chase. We hear you with express funding card payments are in your chase account. The next business day go to chase dot com slash express funding chase for business. So you can compensated participation business or subject to credit approval. Metal clients eligible for next business day funding in additional terms, conditions and restrictions apply.

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The Peggy Smedley Show

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Listeners product time. Remember, we broadcast live every Tuesday twelve PM central cutter segments. At the Peggy specially showed at com or tweet at us. Josh camps. Your questions at connected w MAG. Thanks for listen have a wonderful week. This is the show the podcast not and digital transformation. And remember with great technology comes great responsibility construct TV your fierce advocates for construction construct TV digs into infrastructure drills into global economic conditions. It is changing the talent gap narrative adopting a new vision and of voice to the new skilled worker and construction all with the help of technology construct TV everything you need for infrastructure, labor, and technology like share and subscribe to construct tech TV at YouTube dot com forward slash constructive. Peggy is taking it on the road in two thousand nineteen with live audio video and on-site appearances. The Peggy smelly show we'll be live at CS world of concrete, the international builders show mobile world, congress and the stele rector show covering the is not a and other emerging trends in the markets that touch your businesses to learn more about upcoming tour date, visit Peggy speedily show dot com or connected world dot com. I t tia's here. Hey, I in machine learning are catching on, and they are all changing our world. Now. What's next? How will you be impacted leather Peggy's medley show keep you up to date and looking ahead for your business? Tune in every Tuesday at noon central time at Peggy Smedley show dot com. Everyone is constantly on the go and relying on technology can help keep us in the no use your voice activated service to connect to the most influential internet of things pond cats. It's as simple as Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Listen to current and archived shows or let Alexa assist you in subscribing. Never miss an episode. Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Gotham books presents marriage rules by Harriet Lerner, the book Martha Becca calls required. Reading for anyone hoping to interact successfully with any other human not just for those romantic relationships. Get your copy wherever books are sold and visit Harriet Lerner dot com to learn how to change your marriage today.

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The Peggy Smedley Show

08:57 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"The. Welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show. The podcasting voice of I T and digital transformation. Hello and welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show. My next guest is a monthly regular on the show, and he has back for twenty nineteen day. He joins me to talk about new technologies data sets and computational models for sensing and sense. Making Cleese welcome Joshua partial assistant, professor for agricultural biosystems engineering from Iowa State University. Josh welcome back. How are you? Greg. I'm doing the best I've ever been. I'll tell you. It's great. Well, that you that means you're getting razzed you're excited about all the new technology. The students are pumped means a lot of great things are happening. Right. Absolutely happy, dad. Happy life. Happy y follows great things. Oh, yes. All right. So we have a lot to talk about a very compact time. You know, there are a lot of and I said at the onset segment one when I launched that. I think twenty nineteen is the year of emerging Ag you know, I think there's going to be a lot of things we didn't see in twenty nineteen. But I think in two thousand eighteen I mean, but twenty nineteen I think we're gonna see a lot of cool stuff. What do you think? I think. Yes. And I think we are. We are in desperate need to see to really big things that we haven't seen in the past. But, but we absolutely have to and that is new technology related to automation and new technology related to the other A. I that we don't talk so much about which is agricultural intelligence. If we look at all, the mation, what we what we really haven't seen yet is actual technology, where farmer producers going to say, you know, this made my life. If so much easier, and it didn't give me more work to do. And that's where we are with a lot of technology and often think about this because really perhaps in the history of technology. Use has there been so little effort required to take so much time from so many people, and and so a lot of this technology that people have to learn how to use it actually isn't making life better for them. I think the other thing is released automation is I think we need technology to help those costs come down. If we look at people who are swine producers, right? Everybody loves their bacon and everybody loves their ham. But if you can't realistically do the tech for less than about a dollar per animal. People aren't going to buy into it. So I think focusing on costs and making life easier. That's what's going to be important for automation. I think in the in the space of agricultural intelligence there still is especially in the startup community. A lot of situations where there are solutions that are looking for problem. Uh-huh. And what people really wanna know who farmed produce is. They want answers, not lots of new tools or toys, and they wanna be able to predict drones or very good at taking imagery and giving us information about yields and crops, and where the water's going and all this kind of stuff, but that's all forensic. That's not predictive. So farmers want to be just like stock speculators. They wanna know kind of what's coming before the problem is already here. And that's the kind of technology. I think the medically that we need to see in twenty nineteen that we haven't yet. So almost like what we say whether predicting we know what's going to happen base, some weather predictions and things like this that we can actually -ticipant eight what we wanna do. Also, we wanna be able to intimidate where we're going to put our teams, you know, our teams now not being the Labor's. But where we want to put our machines to do the picking for us in the crops in the things that are different now. Right because we did a lot of manual labor that we didn't have to. But now we have the machines and the technology to do a lot of things that were actually dumb labor. Right. You know, a lot of wasted effort that now, you know, we're always worried about putting people out of work. But now we need to put people to work in the right places at the right time to do things that are better for them and set a physically tasking, right? I think that's exactly right. I think the focus really needs to be on. On actual assistive technology and not replacement technology. If someone you have a really great example there of some somebody who who has to labor and do the work you have in livestock production systems caretakers who may care for thousands of animals. How do you how do you maintain all of those animals and the situation awareness in the wherewithal to make decisions about all of those animals all at the same time with economic pressures being greater to have more and more animals to to manage. That's for an experienced person turns out there's a lot of turnover in people who fill those positions. And so you have more novice individuals. We want to bring more people into the workforce. But we want to take a little bit away from the the dull, and then the drudgery of some of those jobs won't to empower people. But for people who are newer. They may not have all that knowledge that someone's been doing it for ten years has. So if we can give them more or less, a a safety net, making them more. Efficient and their management through automation and computational understanding of what's happening with those animals as someone who may be in charge of it. You would give a great deal of confidence. Are you just sleep better at night knowing that the people who were you were empowering with this technology where offering with a bit of a safety net. So I think you're exactly right. We really need to focus on empowering people and not replacing them. Let's talk about this today. Interesting part that we say that hag we need Ag right in so many ways, but it adds behind. Let's say what we talk about smarter cities connected. Autonomous cars, or are we going to see ABC one day leapfrogging what we talk about in those smarter cities and other emerging tack. Well, I think you're you're you're right. It has agriculture as a field, and it doesn't matter which part of it has has historically I've say lagged behind and technological implementation. Maybe not so much advancements. But certainly in the implementation a lot of that's because of money knowledge and resources, and there are ways that you can get around some of those things. But but I think perhaps anyway to look at it is, you know, where we are now where he said where can we get there? And I think there's an answer for that. But if we if we visualize this as let's say human adaptation over time. And if you look at it like as an x y graph on the Wii access, you have the rate of change of humans being able to adapt to technology out over time over let's say a hundred years or something like that. And it's pretty it's pretty flat. It's increasing. But it's pretty gradual and some of that has been through agricultural mechanization, new indifferent seed line. Lines as we start to get into more of modern technology, but that line isn't like super steep. Now, if you look at that same line in parallel for a long time throughout history, I think we've had technology and up until about maybe five to ten years ago. I'd say that that that technology line is not too far from the human adaptation line. But in the last five to ten years, it's been just a massive rocket ship out straight up. And and I think where we are as people or kind of above that line. And I think to your question on how do we get there? How do we catch up? If there is the money to do. So if there is knowledge to do so in the willingness the only way for us to really get from sort of that adaptation line of what people are actually able to do versus where the tack is right now is to have better human technology interaction. And where I say technology that's either computers or robots? Or data the way in which people can change or better use that technology in a way, not so different than an automatic harvester. Combine I took a little effort to do that. But that's the new nor. I mean, that's the normal. Now, a lot of these other technologies for us to be able to do that. We just have to have better usability, not something. Overwhelming. Listeners

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The Peggy Smedley Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Stele rector show covering the I o t a and other emerging trends in the markets that touch your businesses to learn more about upcoming toward date. Visit Peggy Smedley show dot com or connected world dot com. I oh tia's is here. Hey, I in machine learning are catching on, and they are all changing our world. Now. What's next? How will you be impacted leather Peggy's medley show keep you up to date and looking ahead for your business? Tune in every Tuesday at noon central time at heavy Smedley, show dot com. Everyone is constantly on the go and relying on technology can help keep us in the no use your voice activated service to connect to the most influential internet of things podcast. It's the simplest Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Listen to current and archived shows or let Alexa assist you in subscribing. Never miss an episode. Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. A world without children award worked children don't play dream or imagine at Saint Joe choose researchers will working every day to find Coors for diseases that strike down children because we can't imagine a world of children. Can you finding cures saving? Frankie Children's Research to learn how you can have log onto our website. Thank you dot org. Thank you for listening to WS radio improve your business and your life with useful information from experts and thought leaders WS radio is radio with our. Oh..

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The Peggy Smedley Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Can our listeners go to learn more and be more active and what we have to do. We have an app save America's infrastructure app that they can download and not will tell them what's going on in their state, and they can also go to our website infrastructure report card dot org. Christina. Thank you so much have a great fourth of July. Appreciate your time. Thank you for having me. All right listeners. We're out of time. I'm tony. We learned a lot today. Thanks for listening. Remember wanna learn more? Check us out at technology. Dan, August twenty third in Arlington heights. Go to construct com slash tech hyphen day to join us as always this is the Peggy Smedley show, the podcasting voice of IOT and relevant technology. Remember with great technology comes break responsibility. We'll be right back. Construct TV your fierce advocates for construction construct TV digs into infrastructure drills into global economic conditions. It is changing the talent gap narrative adopting a new vision and of voice to the new skilled worker and construction all with the help of technology construct TV, everything you need for infrastructure, labor, and technology like share and subscribed to construct tech TV at YouTube dot com forward slash constructivity. Pecci is taking it on the road in twenty nineteen with live audio video and onsite appearances the Peggy Smedley show, we'll be live at CAS world of concrete, the international builders show mobile world, congress and the.

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The Peggy Smedley Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"So as always this is the Peggy sped show, the podcasting voice of IOT and relevant technology. Remember with great technology comes rate responsibility will be right back. Everyone is constantly on the go and relying on technology can help keep us in the no use your voice activated service to connect to the most influential internet of things pond cats. It's the simplest Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Listen to current and archived shows or let Alexa assist you in subscribing. Never miss an episode. Alexa, play the Peggy Smedley show podcast. Construct TV your fierce advocates for construction construct TV digs into infrastructure drills into global economic conditions. It is changing the talent gap narrative adopting a new vision, and a voice to the new skilled worker and construction all with the help of technology construct TV, everything you need for infrastructure, labor, and technology like share and subscribed to construct tech TV at YouTube dot com forward slash construct activity. Peggy is taking it on the road and twenty nineteen with live audio video and onsite appearances the Peggy Smedley show, we'll be live at CS world of concrete, the international builders show mobile world, congress and the.

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The Peggy Smedley Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"In digital transformation with your host that Smedley. Hello and welcome to today's edition of the Peggy Smedley show. I'm your host Peggy Smedley. Well, we're getting off to a great month today for the first segment, I'm going to be talking about infrastructure, and it's one area where our nation needs to not only celebrate a great month. But it's one we need to celebrate focusing on infrastructure because it's one that needs we need to spend a little, okay. A lot more focus. Right. So for this segment. We're gonna kick off our month long initiatives, so to speak on energy infrastructure, and on IOT technology and later on the show, I'm gonna welcome Christina swallow, the president of the American society of civil engineers, and then I'm gonna wrap up the podcast with talking with a show regular, Joshua puzzle. Who's the assistant professor of Iowa State University? So let's get started. I really have to start any discussion about the United States info. For structure off with the ASC ease infrastructure report. So now as I just mentioned Christina swallow. We'll talk more about this. I'm sure, but let me recap in case you have no idea what I'm talking about. So every four years the American society of civil engineers grades the nascent nation's infrastructure across sixteen categories now if you listen to this podcast regularly. Then you probably already know that the overall grade the SEA awarded the US in its latest report, which was released in twenty seventeen was a whopping d plus now a d plus is the same grade the US received for the overall infrastructure in twenty thirteen but let me just say this. I really hope that when the report card comes out in twenty twenty one we earn a less than dismal grade. I mean infrastructure is just playing necessary. For our modern life our business and as the points out every family every business needs infrastructure to thrive. I mean, let's just face it. We need it. And this includes everything from the roads, we.

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"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"peggy" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Welcome back to the Peggy Smedley show. The podcasting voice of I t and digital transformation. Luck back to the Peggy spend the show. I'm your host Peggy Smedley. My first guest is still engineering leader with more than twenty years of professional practice in water resources, transportation and land development. She is passionate about a civil engineering and the benefits of infrastructure for communities, especially transportation systems. Please join me in welcoming Christina swallow, president of the American society of civil engineers, Christina welcome to the show in mining. Thank you for having me, so Christina. We've been talking about the American society of civil engineers grade that gave America's infrastructure and clearly was a failing grade. Now, I'm not saying it didn't deserve it. But you know, in twenty seventeen that deep loss on its report card says that it's something that we need to look at twenty thirteen that grade wasn't any better. But. What do we need to do when we look at that? I mean talk about maybe my question. I should ask you as give some background on that. Because I've talked about this several times, maybe for listeners who don't know how did that report card come about. And why is this country doing so poorly? So that we understand our report card like this gets created and great questions to start with how and why it got together. So the American society of civil engineers has been producing a infrastructure report card for roughly twenty years every four years that for your timeframe gives us some time to do the actual work of putting it together. Also gives us time to assess if there's been any changes since the last one the report card is put together by a committee of over thirty technical experts. They review all the data and reports they consult with the industry leaders. And then they assign. Fine grades for sixteen categories of infrastructure. The categories include aviation bridges drinking water hazardous waste rail. School Solloway transit wastewater the spectrum sixteen categories. They assign the grades using a letter grade format from a which is exceptional. I mean, we all went to school. We know a is fantastic to S which is a failing or critical grades are assigned based on eight different criteria. So it's not just current condition, which I think sometimes people think about, but and condition definitely one of.

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