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"philips" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:59 min | Last month

"philips" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"It is easy and a Kevin I gave it to him last year for Christmas and he freaking loves it. I'm almost sold on it. Okay and I feel like we're almost out of time. So I just I want to ask you because it's very rare at this day and age it feels like if the smart home to get people who actually created the products that we're talking about to talk to us about how they've how they've grown but you were one of the creators of Philips Hue and when you started thinking about this i WanNa know if you could imagine where it's ended up or how this smart home evolved I I'm very curious about your your historical perspective here. Yet so I think when we when we stopped it now I think we had big ambitions to change how the world's uses lightning inside the homes and I think we're on the journey. I think there's other things that we didn't. I think that the amount of time we've been speaking to our lights or something that the prices, how how false that went? How big of House of the fun of 'cause there's some that has become. that was a big surprise. As, the fact that people are using colorful evening news cases of something that we we dreamed up at the beginning. So I'm pretty happy with with with how has outs and the how we're seeing people using lights in creative ways. Sometimes, we didn't even imagine. That's very rewarding. I believe awarding about the at being creative. One of these products is when you start seeing. An of liberalizing. Where you have an ecosystem of other companies. Other people's building on top of your platforms get to do things you hadn't imagined I. Hadn't imagined that we would have an an absolute give returns to death people. When we created the product. Somebody, else out that sold out opportunity built tips. I, think that's the most of you're gonNA live it own life than it grows by itself. And what would you add? What are you? What are you looking forward to? I think as so much attention We're only scratching the surface of yet with recommending people how the lights behave automatically based on their usage so. Using I'm seeing their techniques to more easily help people ultimate their life. So they don't have to interact with it as much. Just does the right thing support when you're doing I think there would just scratching the surface the I see enormous potential and more can be done this. Thought to me is the most exciting well, how people get more out that lights essence. Excellent. All right. Well, thank you George so much for coming on the show this weekend you know thanks for thinking of Philips you. It's. It's one of my classic all time favorite products. Thank you speaking. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening and remember if you'd like more iot o t news sign up for my newsletter Stacey on Iot DOT COM. We'll see you.

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"philips" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:32 min | Last month

"philips" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"It is George Yanni who is the head of technology at Philips Hue? Hi George How are you today? I'm great. Thank thing. Excellent. So I I don't actually know if in the longtime we've done the podcast that if you've ever been a guest on the show which feels horrible if that's indeed the case is it the case? Yeah we've definitely spoken before, but I don't think of focus on the podcast just yet. So I'm glad to go around minion. There we go. I feel like now I feel horrible I'm like Oh. Okay. So I'm super excited about this I feel like everybody who listens knows what Philips Hue is but let's give you a chance to explain what you're trying to do it Philips you. FITZHUGH is an ecosystem of a small lights, which is really aiming to change how normal people using liking inside the hug. We really thinks as an enormous potential for licensed to help how people live their lives and make them richer and more enjoy both if they move into spotlighting they beyond just planning a lot of on and off and I will say that probably fifty. percent of my time is spent turning lightbulbs on enough I feel like I am just I'm so lame. I did get into the colored lighting originally, I was so excited about it for like ambient notifications and Y'all have done a lot of work with things lighting scenes and people were excited about that and there. So where are you today what our consumers actually doing with these things? We we have a few different major ways. The biggest ray people get into a few initially abound home declaration. Also, the great thing about spotlights is there a really easy way to change the ambiance, the CEO of a room on a regular basis? So you can really personalize your own space. So people they use act to create their own custom light scenes with different colors around the space or you some of the ones that we give them and it just makes home more at that thing more own personal decoration. That's the major way I'm being station. The next week people really use it is about how like how you? He'll better in your earnhardt so we do a lot of. Of of worth the two on the effect that lighting has on your body and essentially pretty profound having the right lights that helps.

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Melatonin, CBD, Creatine, and Immunity Boosts

The Keto Answers Podcast

07:42 min | 2 months ago

Melatonin, CBD, Creatine, and Immunity Boosts

"Chris Welcome welcome to another episode of. Ask The guys here. We have a title. So here we are. This is what I would we do. Five or six other episodes like this before it's been a while and well we've done. One and people have been asking so you are again Chris is. Chris Irvine. On that nailed it the Kitale tallest. Trying to new break out a little bit more and changes named you just name. We talk about so. Talk about what you're stuck. We'll talk about it off off off Mike. Be Out. We're GONNA. Talk about stuff. Hopefully, not everything Joseph's. Chris's our resident expert here. BIA curiosity so cuny time. This one is about supplements if we got a lot of questions about. Settlements how to use them when to use themselves. Fire him off to see. We have all right so first question we have is from Heather N. and the question is should I supplement with Melatonin? If I'm having trouble sleeping so I would say no, and we can this. This is in my newsletter couple of weeks ago I. Don't know if you read that, but tour down a little bit. MELATONIN has its place. It is a precursor to a letter to the. Is Naturally secreted by your brain anything that's naturally secreted by your brain. I'm not a huge fan of. Taking Sasha Sisley. This is actually if you look at it, it's the only hormone that you can get without a prescription. Technically. Hormone your body. It's the only way you can get without a prescription interesting, yeah! I mean I. think my thoughts with Milton I think the answers that depends because I think it depends on. If you are living a lifestyle that allows you to produce it naturally so I think if you're a night shift worker, or you're somebody who is able to. You know if you're not, it's not the first step you should take if you're having trouble sleeping so I if you if you're not checking the boxes. With you're trying to improve your sleep quality then you shouldn't be turning Melatonin, but if you are work your work, circumstances are living circumstances. Have you in a position where you aren't going to be able to produce a lot of Melatonin? Naturally then I think you prior getting good sleep is going to be important, and if Melatonin can help that I think it can be a good song. Yeah, so the question is what is melting do and how is it? Producing one is produced by the body naturally. Melatonin essentially just tell you about it activates cascade of different Newark. Chemicals screwed that basically tell you buy. It's time to go to sleep. At screened by Pinal Gland I believe. And it is. Associate with a lot of things, light is major one. So what happens is most people don't. Fall Asleep with the sunset right and so the sun normally go down in all human history, and for every other analysts happens. By starts up regulating melatonin. melatonin sort of master switched. Those tells the rest of your body's going down and shutting down for arrest. When this doesn't happen. Can Be hard to go to sleep, and only that cannot stop you from getting into different stages of sleep as fast as you normally would, so you may be unconscious, but that doesn't mean you're getting the restorative sleep that you normally would so. Why is this problem? While people are after the sun goes down, they're exposed to blue light on their screens fluorescent lights in their house. The suppresses Melatonin production. So if that's the case, you have no other option. Maybe it's a good idea to take it I would take it regularly, but it at the same exact time. You shouldn't be producing it all over the place, so it shouldn't be off the map like. If you're taking Melatonin and you taking it one eight PM. One at ten PM. One and seven PM. In place you basically telling your brand that you're traveling in time zones back and forth and back and forth so I would focus far more on this is a last resort, and for special circumstances moving which we can get into, but the number one thing that I do when I go somewhere as If I have blue light, blocking glasses I blue blocks. and. There's a bunch out there. That's the ones I prefer. If I can't control the lights on my house. I've liked that dim when the sun sets and turn red and orange, after the sun has set, so those are wavelengths that do not. Suppress, Melatonin and this why the lends them blue light blocking glasses, the sandy fill blue light. You think about it like if you're outside at a campfire. The Ladies Very. Orangish, Yellowish Reddish Hue, there's very little to no blue light in there, so that's all from the sun so. Removing that from your day to day, life in is consistently as possible so that way you're not getting these weird signals of your body that you're switching time zones against another completely natural thing for humans to go through. That would be a huge thing, but I think there's a Lotta other things why people aren't getting good sleep, and so assuming that it's because of your lack of Melatonin production is i. think a little silly I think that you could look at. Obviously light is a huge one temperature of your room and then. The ability for light the in your house from. Blue. Blue. I'm trying to your. Shades. blockers no time. Look. light-blocking shades trying to say here. Oh blackout curtains blackout. So those are a good thing, and then we have lights actually if you're in a city where there's a lot of additional light, yeah, we have then lights that turn on the sunlight. One Sunrise should be happening. So this is another. Thing that happens. Has People Get Blackout Curtains? And then they don't wake up to the sun, which is again? In the wrong direction, so we actually have lights that turn on. As the sun rises locally, so you can just do all this stuff is super easy, Philips. Hue Lights, but we have. Great and Eating Super Close about times and I WANNA. Thank people you way too close to bed. I put at least three hours before you try to shut down and mental stimulation is also too much, so people are worried about this at that looking at the news. They're watching TV. They're just in. There had even hanging out with friends like I've done last couple of nights. You know people talk. Nine nine thirty s usually go to bed then I get home and it looks super stimulated. I can't sold out for a couple of hours. There's a lot of reasons why people wouldn't be able to sleep or feeling Russ restless. Having lack of militant brushes by news worry about? Your thoughts here. Will agree with that I. Think the the two things I would add to. That I agree that like I think it's a last ditch. Thing that you need to try. There's a of other things you can get in check with your environment and with your health habits before you need to turn to that supplementation. Do things I would add for helping is. Sleeping with your phone either out of room, or at least face down or not sleeping with the television on. There's some really interesting research out there that even when your eyelids are closed in your sleeping, flashing lights can cause face shifts in your circadian rhythms that can suppress Melatonin production or ramp up cortisol in the middle of the night. Things like that so. That's can be as simple as having your phone facing up and it lighting up while you're sleeping. That can completely threw off your sleep. So I thought that was really interesting thing when I was reading that studies. That would be a big thing. To consider and then. There's there is some interesting research on Melatonin for neuro degenerative diseases where you know, it seems like as we age, our natural production of Melatonin starts to decrease in. They've done studies where supplementing with it in elderly populations really increases cognitive function. That actually just came out this year I. Think showing that so like you said I think it's either. It's either a last ditch effort, supplement or something used for very specific circumstances.

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Leveraging the Quadruple Aim in Healthcare Innovation with Jeroen Tas

Outcomes Rocket

04:50 min | 3 months ago

Leveraging the Quadruple Aim in Healthcare Innovation with Jeroen Tas

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket today I have the privilege of hosting Garin Tass. He's a chief innovation and Strategy Officer of Royal Philips a position. He's held since February two thousand seventeen year experienced global executive and entrepreneur with the track record of leading innovation in healthcare, information, technology and financial services industries. He clearly sees the tremendous value that information technology and data can add to managing health, leading the company's Global Innovation and Strategy Organization he's responsible for emanate strategy planning RND Solution Design Medical Affairs Sustainability. Technology, platforms ventures. Ventures and emerging businesses, he's in charge of creating a pipeline of innovation in their various businesses that Phillips covers within healthcare. They are focused on delivering on quadruple aim, which is improving health outcomes, improving patient, experience, staff, satisfaction and lowering the cost of care, and in my interview with urine. He dives deep into how they're doing that with some great examples that you will enjoy. He's a respected thought leader and was responsible for turning around. Philips healthcare it business and has been instrumental in establishing health sweet as a new. New Open Industry Standard for the healthcare. Internet of things cloud platform year and joined Phillips in twenty eleven, leading it worldwide as group chief information officer in two thousand fourteen. He became CEO of Phillips Healthcare. Informatics solutions and services, overseeing digital health and clinical informatics from two thousand sixteen. He led the company's connected care and informatics business, demonstrating passion to create new models of people centric healthcare based on the power of information technology before joining Phillips Urine Co founded and served as president. CEO and Vice Chairman of the board. Board for emphasis and it and business process outsourcing company, which was acquired by HP in two, thousand, six, prior to emphasise. He was head of Transaction Technology Citigroup's tech lab. Who's responsible for innovation and development of the banks customer facing systems, including Internet, banking and self service devices from two thousand seven to eight. He was VPN general manager at EDS responsible for the company's global competency centers. He has been a winner of the Eny entrepreneur of the year award, and many more but in two days after. We're going to dive into how it's important to focus on the quadruple aim, but also how diverse mindset such as Mr is diverse mindset and experience across different industries can help us in healthcare and looking at different perspectives to drive the most value for our healthcare dollar, and to provide the best care for patients, so such a privilege to have Mr task on the podcast today. Yaron thanks so much for joining me. really pleasure to be there so so. What an incredible Just work that you do. you know had a chance to to really. Connect with you a little bit further when we were in Vegas. Together offer the health meeting. Bud what what happens in Vegas Stays Vegas. All right so there we go. Let's change topics. I'd love if you could just share what inspires your your work in healthcare? Well, I think like all of us. We have personal stories. have personal stories. It's related the to health and You know what really motivated me to to get into. Healthcare is when my daughter was diagnosed with type, one diabetes and She was rushed to the hospital and spend a couple of days in the ICU. And I think confronted me with. The Way Healthcare is organized confronted knee wits how technology is used. My reaction was wow this. This can be so much better you know in my daughter regularly says I'm I'm actually the the care coordinator because? Diabetes is a complex disease with complications and their mental aspects to it as well, and she says I I kind of have to coordinate between cared disciplines, and I'm also data aggregate, or because every time I go somewhere. I need to carry my files and explain what the what has happened,

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New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

Inside Trader Joe's

05:06 min | 3 months ago

New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

"I'm Miller director of words and phrases and clauses at trader. Joe's and I'm Matt Sloan. The Marketing Product Guy. This is going to be our shortest episode of inside trader Joe's ever, but remember it's quality that counts not quantity. We have so many new products coming in, and we know that customers love getting a heads up on new products, and why not a short episode? It's just about that right. You've heard used that phrase coming in. Okay, so coming in is short for coming into the store. We've just left out the preposition phrase. We want to give you a little bit of a shopping list that you can go into the store thinking about. There's something about summertime and scooping ice cream into a cone, and just sort of letting drip down I. Don't know there's I love that so new and in stores now organic sugar cones their classic sugar cone. There are nice size. Those waffle cones previously delicious and a little unwieldy. They were very large sea put like a half of a court of ice, cream and Philips to these are right-sized We got rid of the Styrofoam inner packaging. So it's great product. I'm excited for those and there's twelve in a box. A Lot's been made recently meatless products right. Pro Team Patty kind like Burger. That's been getting a lot of great attention and we have now in stores in the refrigerated section. We call it a Turkey lous protein patty. These are great. I'm going to I'm going to serve these with a brand new salad kit that we have which is a lemony, a Aruba Basil Salad Kit it's bright. I love a Regula, but the bright lemon acidity kinda counters, a little bit of the bitterness Great Combo with that Turkey Lewis Patty. Yeah and I'm really surprised, just overall. How much that Turkey lists protein patty tastes like a Turkey Burger. We have two products that are kind of like bread or Tortilla replacements. One is a cauliflower, thin, and one is a Hickam Arab. There's so many things being made with cauliflower now right, so why not make something? You could roll up your luncheon to or or make a breakfast burrito out of or something like that? The one that I'm fascinated by which right now I don't think. Think is available in every store. The Hickam wraps 'cause. It's literally just very thinly sliced Hickama that looks like a corn. Tortilla has fifteen calories and three grams of carbs in two wraps, and so for somebody who's looking at those things whose like watching carbs, and who still wants to be able to eat things sort of like sandwich, or like a Taco or like a Burrito. Cruel product. To other in-store new treaty things one sweet one savory, our baton wafer cookies, Vanilla chocolate. We have a lemon variety so lemon baton wafer cookie in that cylindrical canister, just great like a lemon cream kind of crunchy cookie you. You could even stick it in the ice cream that is scooped into your ice cream cone. Yeah, there's probably twice as tall as the cone itself, so you'd have an architectural element as well which is like fancy dining. The Nouveau cuisine ice cream cone at. At the other end of the flavor spectrum we have spicy Salami chips. Don't let that chips word fool you because these are in the refrigerator section, right? It's just Salami, but it's given a little bit of a treatment. Not dissimilar from those baked cheese bites my memory of those from when we had them at the tasting panel was they were incredibly credible. Just I wanted to keep going back and getting more okay. Nice light summer logger, fantastic pairing with those little sloppy chips. would be good. Let's move into some things that have not yet arrived, but are coming soon sometime between now and the end of the summer, the corn cookie baking mix like the best part of Corn Bread, and the best, just sort of really simple sugar cookie, and putting those two things together, but in a suite cookie. That's not overly sweet I believe. We spoke about this in the chocolate. Chocolate episode, but we have that almond beverage chocolate bar coming out right, think of milk chocolate made with dairy milk. This is made with almond beverage and eats just like a classic, rich, creamy, sweet chocolate bar well, and I'm not somebody who avoids dairy at all for any reason, but this is one of the best tasting sort of milk chocolate bars I've ever had. In my life, even though it doesn't have milk in it. Oh a couple of really interesting health and beauty products that we have coming in. We have a strawberry hand, cream and strawberries sugar scrub coming in probably middle of June. End of

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"philips" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"philips" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Road work specially on the Southfield Michigan Avenue this report sponsored by Philips sign in lighting watching the triple a jam cams in the twenty four hour traffic center Dennis you Barker W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty on the accu weather forecast with meteorologist dean devore can't rule out a leftover shower this morning otherwise turning much warmer more humid today clouds breaking for some sun as we get up to eighty seven real feels near ninety when the sun is sound warm and sticky with a thunderstorm late tonight low seventy two couple showers and a thunderstorm tomorrow morning clouds and sunny breaks still warm lowering humidity tomorrow afternoon the high eighty five mid eighties Thursday looks dry and then warm more humid mid eighties on Friday with a late day shower thunderstorm accu weather meteorologist needed for W. W. J. two thirty nine fifty sixty five in canton sixty four in walled lake in sterling heights and at metro airport at this hour it's overcast and the sixty four degrees line forty nine fifty W. W. J. Las Vegas police report two shootings overnight sheriff Joe Lombardo says one left a police officer critically wounded outside the circus circus casino the second incident was an officer involved shooting at a separate location involved in an armed subject in front of the fully federal building on Las Vegas Boulevard CBS will have more at nine o'clock seven states and the district of Columbia are voting today's elections will be the largest slate of presidential primaries in almost three months voters in campaigns alike will be asked to navigate curfews in place amid protests are George Floyd's killing coronavirus concerns at a sharp increase in mail balloting as voting takes place for Maryland two of Montana our history make a move for a famous beauty pageant here CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez with a story and their shield day the reigning Miss America Camille Schreier will become the first to wear the crown for two years because of the pandemic twenty twenty one pageant is being postponed Schreier is just hoping she'll be a jeopardy question one day she's already made history performing the first ever science demonstration during the talent portion during her stay at home range she's teamed up with three M. to help launch stem focused lessons online for teachers and students Deborah Rodriguez CBS news Hey let's check and web Marie Felton right now for the Feldman reports stand by for the secret to getting more of what you want at the grocery store I am Marie Feldman with the Feldman report on WWJ newsradio nine fifty nine out of ten Americans say it's still happening it's still hard to get certain items at the grocery store they're out whether you're in there shopping for yourself for having a professional shopper do it many of the items are out of stock day after day here's your key to finding more of what you want shop when others are not avoid shopping or placing your orders in.

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Philips Respironics to start 'large scale production' on new ventilator

Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Philips Respironics to start 'large scale production' on new ventilator

"Two plants in the Pittsburgh area are ramping up production of much needed ventilators for the sickest covert nineteen patients KDKA radio's Jody Steele has the story these portable ventilators call the E. thirty are manufactured by Philips respironics in Murrysville in new Kensington Dutch based royal Philips says it received FDA approval for the ventilators when standard hospital based ventilators are not available it hopes to amp up production to fifteen thousand units a week to go with four thousand traditional ventilators week by the third quarter of the year Philip says it is hiring and moving to round the clock

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Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

Motors Gayle President Trump Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington U. S. Oscar Fema
Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

Motors Gayle President Trump Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington U. S. Oscar Fema
Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

Motors Gayle President Trump Gabriel Jackie Quinn Washington U. S. Oscar Fema
Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Working at home tests family atmosphere of TV morning shows

"The usually U. S. health department morning show says teams ninety percent invite of themselves the personal into protective our homes equipment from their that bright was in shiny the federal network stockpile studios has but been distributed with production to shut state down because and local of the governments covert nineteen ten pandemic percent is the being shows kept are in inviting reserve viewers for into federal their personal response homes efforts technically the it administration has worked has well awarded but some ventilator of the earth by contracts the aesthetics worth more in than one a billion case dollars a pillow to in a General chair behind Motors Gayle and king the Dutch and her company family Philips room sat critically president trump one this viewer will was help driven to nuts ensure by the that our country eye worm and can complained permanently about produce it enough and eventually letters had in the future to reply that we to can the do obsessed fan by that ourselves she and the others we can have on a the big show stockpile we're Democrats doing criticized the best the president we can for failing I'm to Oscar bring wells FEMA Gabriel in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

"The U. S. health department says ninety percent of the personal protective equipment that was in the federal stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments ten percent is being kept in reserve for federal response efforts the administration has awarded ventilator contracts worth more than a billion dollars to General Motors and the Dutch company Philips president trump this will help to ensure that our country can permanently produce enough and letters in the future that we can do by ourselves we can have a big stockpile Democrats criticized the president for failing to bring FEMA in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

"The U. S. health department says ninety percent of the personal protective equipment that was in the federal stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments ten percent is being kept in reserve for federal response efforts the administration has awarded ventilator contracts worth more than a billion dollars to General Motors and the Dutch company Philips president trump this will help to ensure that our country can permanently produce enough and letters in the future that we can do by ourselves we can have a big stockpile Democrats criticized the president for failing to bring FEMA in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

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"The U. S. health department says ninety percent of the personal protective equipment that was in the federal stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments ten percent is being kept in reserve for federal response efforts the administration has awarded ventilator contracts worth more than a billion dollars to General Motors and the Dutch company Philips president trump this will help to ensure that our country can permanently produce enough and letters in the future that we can do by ourselves we can have a big stockpile Democrats criticized the president for failing to bring FEMA in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

"The U. S. health department says ninety percent of the personal protective equipment that was in the federal stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments ten percent is being kept in reserve for federal response efforts the administration has awarded ventilator contracts worth more than a billion dollars to General Motors and the Dutch company Philips president trump this will help to ensure that our country can permanently produce enough and letters in the future that we can do by ourselves we can have a big stockpile Democrats criticized the president for failing to bring FEMA in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

"The U. S. health department says ninety percent of the personal protective equipment that was in the federal stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments ten percent is being kept in reserve for federal response efforts the administration has awarded ventilator contracts worth more than a billion dollars to General Motors and the Dutch company Philips president trump this will help to ensure that our country can permanently produce enough and letters in the future that we can do by ourselves we can have a big stockpile Democrats criticized the president for failing to bring FEMA in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

"The U. S. health department says ninety percent of the personal protective equipment that was in the federal stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments ten percent is being kept in reserve for federal response efforts the administration has awarded ventilator contracts worth more than a billion dollars to General Motors and the Dutch company Philips president trump this will help to ensure that our country can permanently produce enough and letters in the future that we can do by ourselves we can have a big stockpile Democrats criticized the president for failing to bring FEMA in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

"The U. S. health department says ninety percent of the personal protective equipment that was in the federal stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments ten percent is being kept in reserve for federal response efforts the administration has awarded ventilator contracts worth more than a billion dollars to General Motors and the Dutch company Philips president trump this will help to ensure that our country can permanently produce enough and letters in the future that we can do by ourselves we can have a big stockpile Democrats criticized the president for failing to bring FEMA in early on and waiting to invoke the defense production act he's faulting states for not being better prepared for a pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington

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Stuff You Missed in History Class

12:31 min | 7 months ago

"philips" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"The colonies Narragansett cannot shit formed a coalition with other indigenous tribes and nations which mustered a fighting force of about two thousand in. What's now Rhode Island then moved into Central Massachusetts and organized another force of about fifteen hundred people as it was forming this coalition. The weather was hampering. The colonists efforts in the war late December sixteen seventy five was very snowy with militia commanders reporting deaths between two and three feet of snow. It wasn't at all conducive to the militia's movements especially since they didn't know exactly where the indigenous forces were at any point. The indigenous forces were affected as well but they continue to be a lot more mobile than the colonial forces. Were thanks to having more experience dealing with this kind of weather and being more familiar with a lot of the territory outside the colonial towns it was also just a lot easier for a small like raiding party in snowshoes to come in and hit a place in leave than it was for like a militia unit to March somewhere in the early months of sixteen. Seventy six these two indigenous France moved northward and eastward through southern England they converged in Providence Rhode Island which the indigenous force burned down in March of sixteen seventy six by the spring in the face of these two advancing armies. The English abandoned at least eleven towns in Massachusetts and the indigenous force had destroyed most of the colonial towns in Rhode Island on the west side of Narragansett Bay but as the weather got warmer in the spring there was another shift. New England's indigenous community had been on the move through the winter whether it was the fighting force advancing through the colony or women. Children elders who are trying to stay out of the way of the war. Fewer crops have been planted because people couldn't stay in one place to ten them and what did get planted was often destroyed by the colonial militia. For example in May of sixteen seventy six. An English force attacked a camp that had been established specifically for fishing and planting the colonial militia massacred many of the people who were there who were mostly again women children and elders. This is about two hundred people. Then an indigenous force that was nearby regrouped and killed about forty of the militia. This continued into June with the colonial militia arranging raids to destroy the indigenous peoples crops and to force them away from their cultivated. Fields Indigenous Forces and refugees alike simply started running out of food then on July twentieth. Benjamin Church led a force that attacked Meta calms encampment capturing his wife and child selling them into slavery medicom was also captured and was assassinated on August twelfth of sixteen seventy six. His body was drawn and quartered and his head was placed on a pike and displayed outside of Plymouth that same month. We'd drowned while trying to cross a river as she was fleeing from colonial forces cannot yet was also captured and killed in sixteen. Seventy six medications. Death is often described as the end of King. Philip's war but in reality. The indigenous forces had been losing ground for months and fighting continued particularly in. What's now main for months? A treaty formally ended the fighting along the northern front on April twelve. Sixteen seventy eight. Almost two years after death the idea that the war was King Philip's and that it ended with his death really came from Benjamin Church's entertaining history of King Philip's war which was published in seventeen sixteen. That story recounted his own role in pursuing and killing medicom through the stories that he had told to his son. Churches Account is one of many written from the colonial perspective in the seventeenth and early eighteenth. Centuries colonists actually started writing books about this war before the war was even over increase mather published a brief history of the war with the Indians in New England in sixteen. Seventy six and William Hubbard published a narrative of the trouble with the Indians in New England in sixteen seventy seven. We also have. Mary Robinson's a narrative of the captivity and restoration of Mrs Mary Robinson which was published in sixteen eighty two Rawlinson and her children were taken captive after a raid on Lancaster. One of her children was injured and died shortly afterward and Rowland and her surviving children's spent almost three months as captives. They wound up with a party. Led by. We'd Mu as she tried to guide. Refugees to safety Robinson's account has been described as North America's first bestseller and it launched the genre of the captivity narrative by the end of this war about six hundred colonists and British soldiers had been killed about seventeen English. Settlements were completely destroyed or abandoned and at least fifty others were heavily damaged. The death toll on the indigenous side is harder to say precisely but it was probably in the thousands. It's estimated that about five percent of New England's white population was killed as a result of the war with forty percent of the indigenous population. Either being killed or fleeing the region at least one thousand indigenous people were also enslaved and sent out of New England this included people who surrendered with the hope that they would be treated leniently. The colonists had enslaved indigenous peoples starting before the war but they really expanded the practice during an afterward prior to the war. Colonists had enslaved indigenous people to make money to take their land and to punish and remove anyone who is viewed as a negative influence on other indigenous people during an after King. Philip's war most of the enslaved indigenous men were sent to Barbados or to other British territory in the Caribbean but a few were sent to other places as well. Enslaved indigenous women and children were often forced to work in British households and businesses in North America and in some cases this enslavement became hereditary with children who were born to enslaved indigenous women being claimed as the property of the households where these women were being forced to work. English attitudes toward the indigenous people became much harsher in the wake of the war. The colonies past prohibitions on selling weapons to indigenous people and that was later expanded to selling anything to them. The colonies also organized patrols police indigenous communities and their movements in May of seventeen sixty six Massachusetts ordered that all indigenous people in the colonies territory had to live in one of four praying towns. Further laws were passed in the early eighteenth century often with laws targeting the indigenous population being looped into laws that were related to enslaved Africans as for the colonists the British government dispatched Edward Randolph to investigate the causes of the war and to assess the damage. He reported that the colonists generally believed that it had been divine punishment for their own sinfulness after he made this report. The English colonies in New England lost a lot of their autonomy. They became part of the Dominion of New England which was placed. Under the control of New York Governor Edmund Andros of the hundreds of indigenous tribes and nations in New England before and during king. Philip's war only a few remain today in terms of nations. That have come up in today's episode. There's the Mohegan tribe of Indians of Connecticut. The narragansett Indian tribe of Rhode Island and Massachusetts the Mashpee womp Inaugu and the walk tribe of gay head Akina. Of course there are also tribes. That still exist. But don't have federal recognition. The NIP nation is recognized by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts but not by the federal government and they're also tribes that existent are not recognized by any state or government body. There are a lot of books about King Philip's war and they all offer their own interpretation of what happened. And why and this includes a lot of books. Written within the last few decades and that understanding is going to continue to evolve in terms of the WOMP dog perspective in particular the dog adopted reading and writing from the colonists in the seventeenth century but the Wassenaar language was nearly lost in the centuries that followed that has changed recently. Thanks to the work of Jesse Little Baird who was awarded a MacArthur grant for her efforts to revive the woman. Ugly in twenty ten so as more people become fluent and walk. That's going to open another avenue of research for historians. I read a lot of resources for this show but the book that I read Was Our beloved kin. A new history of King. Philip's war by Lisa Brooks. That is not so much if you're thinking of a book about a war in history. It's not a book that's like this happened and then this happened and then this happened. It is more looking at all the factors of the war from different angles including like close readings of different land deeds and letters and captivity narratives. And all of that stuff. It is really interesting and is a lot more about The Dog Perspective and other indigenous perspectives than some of the other books. That are out there. Folks are interested in that it also has a really fascinating companion website that is full of maps and pictures and all kinds of other stuff. So I feel like the point about the Revival of the one dog language and that opening a new avenue of research is either something that was in that book or something or other things that I read as I was researching. This do you also have a little bit of listener? Mail -Tory do it's a correction. Sometimes we make mistakes and it's like Oh. I didn't know that that's an error. I made sometimes we make mistakes and I did know that. And that's extra embarrassing and that's what happened this time. This is a letter from bark and Marcus. One of a few people that wrote to us about this mark says hi holly and Tracy are recently discovered your podcast and I'm so glad I did fascinating topics coupled with your fun inviting presentation styles have made up my favorite podcast for my early morning. Sixty minutes commute to work. I was listening to a recent six impossible episodes show and heard you mentioned the impeachment of Nixon. I'm sure a lot of listeners have already reached out about this but just a reminder that Nixon was not impeached. He was threatened with impeachment but resigned before suffering through what appeared to be an inevitable end and not like to be accurate so there it is the keep it coming. We're listening cheers mark. Thank you mark. And the others who have written to US or tweeted at US. Or facebook commented about this to recap the impeachment process of Richard. Nixon had started. There had been months of impeachment hearings and investigations and the House. Judiciary Committee had approved articles of impeachment on three different charges. That happened in late. July of nineteen seventy four but the house did not actually vote on those articles because Nixon announced his resignation on August eighth of nineteen seventy four and he left the White House the next day so there was no one left in office. I mean there was someone left office but like Nixon was not in office to impeach anymore so instead the house adopted a resolution that accepted that the house judiciary report on the whole matter. This all gets shorthanded to impeached a lot. Because like it had gone on for all of that time and included various impeachment proceedings. But like there was no actual vote on the impeachment articles. It really seemed incredibly likely that he was going to be impeached by the House and then convicted by the Senate but technically that vote never happened so even though it gets glossed over with the word impeachment. A Lot. Technically not impeach. Impeached resigned from office to avoid that. Fate anyway yeah. I knew that from eighth grade civics class or whatever and I.

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"philips" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

11:31 min | 7 months ago

"philips" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"King Philip's war with Meta Com also known as Meta comet or MEDICOM. These kinds of name changes were really common among the WOMP and og he was the HMO or leader of the pokanoka og and the name King. Philip came from the English colonists. They basically gave him a name. After Philip of mastodon. Meta comes father was awesome mecum also known as the mass associates. Say Jim or Great Saychon. You'll often see him. Call Massa sweet as though that was his name but that is really title. He was the Intertribal leader of the WOMP inauguration when the mayflower arrived in Sixteen Twenty. He signed a treaty with the colonists and maintained relatively peaceful relations with them. He was present at the meal that has become commemorated as the first Thanksgiving that colonised space survived with the help of Gwen and the rest of the WOMP died in sixteen sixty one and his son. William Ceuta became saved him. English colonists called William Suda Alexander after Alexander the great but he died suddenly in sixteen sixty two the English had arrested him under suspicion that he was planning some kind of uprising with the Narragansett people. Something there was not actually any evidence four and he had suddenly become very ill. While he was imprisoned a lot was suspicious about this English authorities also maintained that had been ordered to appear in court over this suspicion but that he hadn't shown up an authority has had to bring him in but there is absolutely no court documentation to back that up. Many of the dog including medicom believed that went Ceuta had been poisoned and then medicom was also summoned before the court also on suspicion of plotting against the English. And this case what. The colony interpreted as signs of an uprising was probably just a traditional Spring Festival combined with everything that we talked about. Before the break this really eroded the last of the goodwill meek when had maintained with the colony although all the people that we have just mentioned were men women were also a critical part of the weapon on leadership and in diplomatic relationships with the colony in particular Medicom sister-in-law. We'd Mu was heavily. Involved in the events leading up to and during King Philip's war. She was a song. Squall or a squash saychon which was a role. English colonists often described as Queen. It was a role that was on equal footing with this HMO and held by a woman but this wasn't a position that she had because of her marriage to Suda it predated that marriage and it continued after his death in sixteen sixty two. Yeah the the colonists referred to the states in the squad kings and Queens by the leadership structure it was really a lot more about leading and about diplomacy than it was about being a ruler with like authoritative ordering right over people right. They were trying to fit it into the European model of monarchy which it was not. Yeah so all the factors that we talked about before the break led to the start of King. Philip's war but it's immediate. Precursor was the death of a man known as John. Sassaman Sassaman was an indigenous man whose parents died in an epidemic and he was raised in a praying town. These were communities that were established by Puritans for the purpose of converting indigenous people to Christianity and encouraging them to live under English law and following English customs so the indigenous people that were living in these praying towns where people who converted to Christianity and were adopting a like an English colonial lifestyle. Sassaman also attended Harvard for a time before the Indian college there was formerly established. Sossamon had worked as an interpreter for the English before becoming one of medicom secretaries and his motivations and actions in all of this really are not clear. There is some suggestion that the English sent him to spy on MEDICOM and in late sixteen seventy four. He reportedly told authorities in Plymouth. That MEDICOM was planning an uprising. The colonial government doesn't seem to have taken this warning seriously and then sometime in early sixteen seventy five SAS. Amman's friends reported that he was missing after a search. His body was found under the ice and ASA WOMP set pond in what's now southeastern Massachusetts. Four six was really not an established discipline at this point. But apart from that there wasn't much of an examination of SESSA MOANS body at all a witness came forward and said that he had seen three of medications counselors murder Sassaman and throw his body into the lake. Authorities concluded that it had been because MEDICOM really was planning an uprising and that he'd ordered Sassaman to be killed for betraying him to the English. However there really was not any evidence for any of this and there are also a couple of complicating factors the witness that testified all of this also owed a gambling debt to one of the counselors that he implicated in the crime and asa upset pond was at the heart of a land dispute involving many of these same people. So it's possible that he was killed in it like was something that was ordered because of this whole warning that there was an uprising being planned. It's also possible that he was killed and it was something related to the land dispute or he might have just drowned like it's totally unclear. Colonial authorities brought the three councillors involve trial to create the appearance of fairness. They assembled a jury that includes six indigenous men and twelve colonists but the trial itself was still pretty shoddy This one witness's testimony was really the only thing connecting Meta calms counselors to Sassoon's death which may or may not have even been a murder Tracy said could have been an accident. The evidence presented at court included a report. That went Sassaman. Body was brought to medicom Counselor Tobias that the corpse started bleeding and that that was evidence of Tobias Gilts. The three councillors were found guilty and sentenced to be hanged on June eighth of sixteen. Seventy five two of them were executed on that day. The third was given a reprieve after the rope broke and then he said that he had seen the other. Two men commit this crime but hadn't participated in or intervened by the end of June though he had also been executed by firing squad regardless of whether medicom really had been planning some kind of action against the colonists. Violence began shortly. After these hangings in early June several English farms were burned apparently in retaliation then on June twenty third colonist and Swansea fatally shot a woman on Ma'am while defending his farm from a WOMP inaugurated the next day in retaliation for that death. A WOMP party killed seven colonists in Swansea which is generally marked as the start of King. Philip's war so if you go read articles about this you'll often see it. Described as the series of events that started with the death of John Sassaman with the trial and the execution leading to this escalating back and forth tip into an all out war but at the same time a few weeks before the trial even happened which was a month before these seven colonists were killed in Swansea. We'd Mu had been talking to colonial authorities about her fears that the watanabe were going to face persecution by the English so tensions had clearly been increasing before this trial even began. There was heavy fighting in what is now Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut and Maine over the next six months. Many of the areas indigenous nations formed an alliance with the woman og the Mohicans with the colonists as did many of the indigenous people who had converted to Christianity. And we're living in praying towns. Some including the Narragansett tried to stay neutral. At first colonial forces fared really poorly in the fighting. A lot of them were new recruits to the militia. They really did not have a lot of training and the training that they did have was really geared toward the style of fighting that was used in Europe. Meanwhile the indigenous forces tactics were more like what we might describe as guerrilla warfare. Today there were very highly mobile fighting force with marksman and snipers and just superior knowledge of the terrain as this was happening English authorities. You'd indigenous people in general with increasing suspicion this included people who had converted to Christianity. And we're living in praying towns. One example was James Printer who was nip book but had been raised in an English household and educated at Harvard Indian College in August of sixteen. Seventy five he was captured and accused of participating in a raid when he had actually been in church at that time similarly between thirty and forty indigenous people were arrested and imprisoned in Cambridge for burning down a haystack. That belong to a man named Amos. Richardson even though Richardson himself insisted that none of them were the culprits on September eighteenth. An indigenous force ambushed an English convoy. That was trying to remove what was left of the harvest from the town of Deerfield. Deerfield had been abandoned in the wake of the fighting. At least sixty people from the convoy were killed in what came to be known as the battle of bloody brook or the bloody brick massacre in October of sixteen seventy five. Then they're against. It signed a treaty of neutrality with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Once they had signed colonial authorities demanded that they surrender watanabe and other refugees who were being sheltered in Narragansett territory. The refused this. They considered the refugees to be their kin and under their protection. So the English took this as a sign of duplicity on the Narragansett. It's a suggestion that they might abandon this treaty and join with Meta Com. There had also over time been individual against people who had participated in raids. And things like that. So the colonies mustard a militia of about a thousand people along with about one hundred and fifty indigenous allies and they marched to Narragansett Territory. Burning the indigenous settlements. They pass along the way on. December nineteenth fighting began in a swamp. In what is now West Kingston Rhode Island? This became known as the great swamp fight or the great swamp massacre with the violence stretching into December. Twenty is at first then arrogant set. Were able to drive the English force back. But after the English regrouped and reinforcements arrived. They took the main Narragansett Fort. Burning IT DOWN WITH PEOPLE. Mostly elders women and children still inside. At least seventy people were killed among the colonial force with the indigenous death toll. Much harder to estimate it was at least one hundred fifty people but it may have been hundreds more. This was really a turning point in the war. So we're GONNA take a quick sponsor break before we move on available now from Iheart a new series presented by t mobile for business. The restless ones join me. Jonathan Strickland as I explored the coming technological revolution and the business leaders who stand right on the cutting edge. 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"philips" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

12:37 min | 7 months ago

"philips" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy v Wilson and I'm Holly Frye in our reap the episode about Paul Cuffy. We mentioned just really briefly that after King. Philip's war indigenous men in New England were enslaved and sent to the Caribbean and that felt like a pretty big thing. That doesn't drop into an episode without explaining it more. Especially since we have only really mentioned. King Philip's war in passing on the show. It came up as part of the context episodes on begins rebellion. Also way back in two thousand fifteen. It was part of the context for our our show on the sham battle. In the CUCO massacre which we're going to have as a Saturday classic soon for folks who haven't heard that. King Phillips War was an armed conflict primarily between English colonists and indigenous nations in. What's now New England? Although there were also some indigenous peoples who were allied with the colonists and it took place primarily between sixteen seventy five sixteen seventy six in terms of per capita deaths. It's been described as the deadliest war and US history and it had a massive ongoing collection of ramifications for indigenous people and for the colonists in and around New England. Sometimes it's called the first Indian war but that name and King Philip's war are both misnomers and we will be talking about that as we go along. So does that up. Some Context Plymouth colony was the first permanent British settlement in New England established. After about one hundred people arrived aboard the Mayflower in sixteen twenty about forty of the people aboard the mayflower were puritans these were members of a religious reform movement believed that the Church of England was corrupt and retain too many Catholic influences after the Protestant reformation other English colonies followed that one this included the Massachusetts Bay Colony established in sixteen twenty nine and named after the indigenous Massachusetts nation. Living in the area Roger Williams founded Rhode Island Colony in sixteen thirty six after being banished from Massachusetts. The Connecticut Colony was established. The same year with its name coming from an Algonquin word meaning beside the long tidal river. Throughout this whole time between sixteen thirty and sixteen forty thousands more people migrated to North America from Britain. Many of them puritans who believed that this so-called New World was theirs by divine decree the region where English colonists were establishing settlements was home to numerous indigenous tribes and nations. Many of them are gone. Cohen speaking peoples the WOMP inauguration alone included sixty nine different tribes and these societies were highly interconnected through economics and through kinship including extensive trading network that spans throughout New England. The colonists became part of and influenced this network as they brought different trade goods including firearms to this whole system. English colonization of North America required colonists to get land or at least the rights to use the land from the local indigenous people and especially in the earlier decades of colonization. Land Deeds read a lot more like treaties than straight-forward purchase agreements and a lot of cases. The colonist was given the right to use the land but the deed also included some kind of provision for an indigenous family or community to keep living on or using that land in some way deeds also often included some kind of lifetime payments on the part of the colonists. Something along the lines of a Bushel of corn this was similar to what indigenous families were expected to contribute to their own communities so from the indigenous point of view. English colonists were becoming part of their interconnected community. There was already made up lots of different nations and peoples. The colonists were gaining access to the land but also contributing to the community with the goods that the land produced but from the English point of view. It was more like they were buying the land outright and continuing to have some kind of payment long-term with this a Bushel of corn or something similar every year and this disparity on how each side understood. This was complicated. By the fact that very few people in the colonies were fluent in both English and an Algonquin language. In most cases the negotiating parties might speak some of one another's language but not fluently. This gives me a brief flashback to Thomas. Harriet and his visit to the Americas under Sir Walter Raleigh and how he put some of these ideas in motion that led to all of these problems. Going forward On top of having fundamentally different ways of understanding these transactions English colonists also wanted access to more and more land as their population grew and as the first generation of English children born in North America reached adulthood it was expected that firstborn sons would inherit land from their fathers these firstborn sons thought of this inheritance as their birthright and something. That was exclusively. There's not something that they shared with their indigenous neighbors so because of this need to get more and more land than going for the land and the deeds that came out of those negotiations became increasingly exploitive an absolute in terms of the rights that the English people were getting more and more of the deeds were signed under duress this included things like the English taking someone captive and refusing to release them until they had signed their land over a lot of these deeds. Included no more provision about the indigenous peoples continued use of the land and then that led to disputes within indigenous communities as people especially women realized that the land that they had been cultivating or living on had been sold without their involvement and with no provision made for them. It wasn't just people who were encroaching onto indigenous land. As the situation progressed colonists introduced a lot of domesticated livestock to North America including cattle and pigs colonist fence their own crops and then allowed their livestock to Rome and Greece freely. Much of the plant life in grazing land. Back in Britain was well adapted to being eaten and stomped on by grazing livestock and then having the seeds of those plants propagated through dengue. The plants in North America were not adapted in the same way as the colonists animals encroached onto indigenous land. They tore up that land and they were incredibly destructive to cultivated crops. This wasn't restricted. To just you know planted crops that someone was cultivating which the animals did trample and eat a lot of the colonists. Domestic animals also destroyed. Things like clam beds and Woodland Berry Bushes that people gathered from and when indigenous people complained about this destruction of their crops and there are other food sources for the most part. The colonists just told them to build fences rather than doing anything to contain their own animals. Among the WOMP Inaugu and other Elgon Cohen. Speaking peoples women were generally the people who cultivated and manage this cropland producing food for their own families and their whole communities and for trade with the colonists and other indigenous nations and colonial records are full of indigenous women's efforts to resolve this ad to protect and fairly distribute what remained of their communities. Food Stores Weather. Something was about a land deed or animal encroachment or some other dispute. The English colonists expected indigenous people to follow English Colonial Law and to seek restitution through colonial courts one justification for this on the part of the colonists was their belief that the indigenous people were primitive and heathens who needed to be converted to Christianity and taught the ways of English society another justification was that in a lot of cases an indigenous leader or someone else speaking for a tribe had made some kind of allegiance to the colony which the colony regarded as a commitment to follow colonial law. But in general these courts were skewed in favor of the colonists so the colonists were forcing indigenous people to resolve disputes in a legal system. That was stacked against them court. Decisions could be particularly egregious like enforcing the terms of a land deed. Only if an indigenous family surrendered all its weapons when those weapons were needed for both hunting and defense and were necessary to the family survival. All of this was also happening. In the context of an indigenous population that had been reduced dramatically due to introduced diseases especially smallpox a smallpox epidemic in sixteen thirty three and sixteen thirty four killed an estimated seventy percent of the indigenous population of the northeast King. Philip's war wasn't the first time that all of this fed into a violent conflict which is why it's not really accurate to call it quote the first Indian warm as it is sometimes known you'll read that in various places. Although there had been violent conflicts on a smaller scale going back to the beginning of a European presence in what is now new England the first sustained conflict and he's English colonies was the Pequot. War fought mainly what is now Connecticut in Sixteen thirty six and sixteen thirty seven in addition to all these things that we've just discussed another influence in the peak. What war was trading relationships with the Dutch and the peak what nations existing relationships with its indigenous neighbors the nation had extended its influence throughout the region through military conquest and intermarriage and diplomacy and it had become the most powerful indigenous nation in the area at the end of the war. Though most of the peak what fighting force had been killed the surviving women and children are mostly captured and enslaved and sent to two tribes that had sided with the English in this conflict after the peak war war relationships between the indigenous people and the colonists were relatively free from violence for the next few decades. We're going to get to how that changed. After we have a quick sponsor break a Ali. We have exciting news. Yeah I am wildly excited and People will have another opportunity to watch me cry at ARC's yeah you sounded so calm and it's not a calm situation at all. Our trip to Paris last year was really successful. 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"philips" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"philips" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I seventy five this report sponsored by Philips sign in lady Mitzi six ninety six near Groesbeck report of something going on there usually when they say other from the Michigan department transportation they mean it's a vehicle fire but not necessarily the case so we're looking to see we see any smoke or any fire along the six ninety six your gross back highway maybe blocking the right lane the whatever vehicles and fathers and stay with the site that to ninety four out by Metropark we apparently was a work crew I see traffic flowing a lot better now one ninety four near on metro park which had in a long self on I seventy five so that we have something down near the I ninety four interchanges very slow travel as you head towards the city on south seventy five this morning in particular slow now she approach I ninety fourth Cup something there maybe around clay and self Falacci get approaching nine ninety four left lane shut down the ramp the study for shut down that's a about back up there to watch it at your place yet give you help us with the problem spots we do have let us know at two four eight four two three six double the double DJ in the allowable to group twenty four our traffic center Dennis you Boker double double the chain's radio nine fifty how the accu weather forecast of the family heating cooling and electrical weather center here's dean of oral today we'll see sun giving way to clouds will be some rain or drizzle on occasion this afternoon into the seating areas north and west of the city could mix with a little snow or sleet will get up to around forty or so and then will fall into the twenties real feels into the teens with flurries and some snow showers developing into tomorrow morning's there could be some slick spots up to just thirty two real feels teens and twenties tomorrow and then near thirty as we get ready for the storm that arrives Friday night snow over to sleet freezing rain plane rain for time especially city southward areas the changeover one to three inches three to six inches of snow and ice north and west I make you with a beer all just need to board W. W. J. newsradio nine fifteen thirty two and Clinton township right now it's thirty in west land clocks in at twenty six Anna metro is currently twenty nine agree live in local radio nine fifty W. W. J. good morning on Tom Jordan River to just you know has the day off these are the top stories at eight fifty one at least one person has been shot during a suspected a domestic violence incident in Dearborn police were called to the home on Boston street near telegraph in Michigan Avenue early this morning police say for adults and five children were in the home when the shooting occurred the mother of one of the people in the house as police are looking for a man named Jenny Mitchell whose ex girlfriend was at the home Mitchell Jimmy Mitchell may be driving a dark colored Dodge Durango the man who was shot was hit three times his is his condition is not.

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"philips" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

Hands-On Tech

02:24 min | 9 months ago

"philips" Discussed on Hands-On Tech

"So watching movies is fun right. You get a show you WANNA watch turn it on and it's good to go but how do you improve. groupon that experience. Well you can use the hugh play. HD SYNC box. It's a long name for something that is not as complicated as it might sound and essentially this little box. You connect to your television and you connect to Your set top box in my case. It's the apple TV and the two combine to provide an experience that you can see right here behind me so as you can see. I've got some jellyfish going on the screen green and yellow tones and if I hit the menu button to go back to the main screen you can see how the lighting changes that is what the Hugh replay hd. My sink box does it. Lets you connect your lighting to whatever hd you want to input into it so whether you're playing games you are listening listening to music or you're watching TV. You can have a lighting experience that take you into the content. Now when I first heard about this product I have have to say. I was a little sceptical. I thought I don't really understand how that's going to distract me from the experience. But I have to tell you I watched all of the Star Wars films in preparation ration- for the latest Star Wars Film and it was so much better with these lights on and I'm not lying about that. Honestly there was something about it that made the whole room feel like it was as part of the experience. So let's talk a little bit about how this all works. Essentially you have the sink box and on the back there are supports some HDMI ports you plug your hd port that leads to your television into it and then from there you can have several different inputs go into the actual sync box. Then no matter what you're watching you can automatically switch to the right input and play that content on your television and what the sync box does is. It communicates with Your Lights Throughout Your House that you've chosen to add to the experience that's called a hugh entertainment zone and it syncs those lights to it. So I've got these to play bars here as well as the Hue light strip running behind my television and those three devices devices are being sinked with the box to provide for that experience. So let's put on some contents so you can kind of see.

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"philips" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"philips" Discussed on The Film Vault

"It's based in reality care through studying these midsummer rituals right so I'm excited to talk to you more about this. I especially the break-up element of it which is kind of the take home for me like that's what this movie really hard and anything else coming up next we will <hes> talk about sexual deviant sue top-five next. It's getting hot <hes> July. I know it's not getting on it's not it's really odd. It's not hot like it should be not allowed here. No it's like it's like low eighties eighties seventies. That's that's what it is at my house but you live in part of town are you. Are we have not seen summer yet. In this kind of crazy it is. I've been overcast until like two three. I'm afraid of what's coming. It's going to be like November one hundred degrees so just holding back and waiting waiting for us another sweaty Halloween hated hated so much I just get it over with and have a nice September sounds like a terrible country album. Someone bought a maybe think of it because someone got an l._G.. Energy star window air conditioner after getting hot and other parts of the country other than its Burgess was on banner that sits up Anderson and Brian Dot Com include for Philips Hue White and Color Ambience ECOMOMIC ECOMOMIC ICON Econo- wall and ceiling. Picture someone got four of those Samsung pro series one terabyte internal S._S._D.. And someone got a seagate portable one terabyte external hard drive apple iphone six plus fully unlocked to sixty four gigs lorraine spotlight cam with two with built to talk and a Siren Alarm Musso Gaming Chair Adjustable East sports desk chair six pairs of cells from Ni pro ultra flex three kneepads burgess does a lot of kneeling remind six or maybe you're outfitting entire crew who's doing some masonry work lane concrete air mattress king-size inflatable bed with fitted sheet and bed skirts and and more importantly the built in high-capacity air bedbug. Do you have an air bed and mattress get built in pumper. Laura built in the eighties to go turn it on and he pushed the button and it's like the cheap to eighty bucks ninety bucks. That's why they're for these days SCHARF. y'All y'all Raven Raven Backpack F- y'All y'all Raven fewer diagnostic and F J L L y'all Raven fjord diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders if the digital textbooks from start coming in Phillips Sixty six aviation oil V dog it was upbeat up vegan cable dry dog food thirty pounds porter cable fifteen hundred watt he'd gone bath Roy al master sweet elongated toilet seat grouble grew Google Chrome Cast Ultra Houma met Puma Puma Golf Men's Jackpot five pocket pant in Vibrant Orange going to stand on the golf course environment orange coolers rapid rider inflatable foreperson island into the Logitech Mechanical Keyboard Protest Dr L. Z's cat attract problem cat training litter forty pound bag cat attract. Oh go I guess in the mix mix them a problem. Can It on your desk said of the litter Ravin all synthetic motor oil anchor rove dashcam Philips Hue Smart Hub for the Phillips you mentioned earlier the pictures and Cannon Black Ink Cartridge Double Back Nice Bright. You almost did it. Hey Hey here are the movies that were click throughs last time. Aside to people got Spiderman homecoming weird random. Why would they get that on? I don't know and why why would now time that are living. Why why are they GonNa do Jackass movie was through as well as crow? We'll remember crow. Crow Crow Jackass number two is close to be a man. What does the event that's McGinnis movie? I saw it we saw it is very yell. He he's accepting a child and early members takes this young boy under his wing movie. You Sign Marvel's avengers age of ultra.

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"philips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"philips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Proving Siemens Philips and General Electric for allegedly using local middlemen to negotiate bribes to government and hospital officials to sell medical equipment and China. That's according to Reuters, all three companies denied wrongdoing, in, what's being called a rare move. Delta Airlines is named Logan airport. Its newest coastal hub that from flight. Global I'm Bloomberg's Karen. Moscow with New England business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, well there used to climb a tree, but also to rip up your couch cat's claws, New York state could become the first of band cat declawing. Here's reporter, Sara Lee Kessler state, lawmakers are considering a Bill outlawing declawing supporters say it's barbaric, the cat's toes are amputated back to the first knuckle, but the state's veterinary medical society opposes the Bill saying it should be allowed as a last resort, if the pet owner has a weakened immune system, or the cat, most scratching people or furniture. If the Bill passes, you could be fined two thousand dollars for having a cat to Claude Los Angeles and Francisco and Denver already been cat declawing, the practice is illegal in much of Europe, is to twenty seven and checking Wall Street. We are back above twenty five thousand on the Dow up more than four hundred points today. Nasdaq up more than two percent as. P not far behind looking good. So far with ninety minutes to go before the closing bell. Then Parker is up next named best nursing home by US news and World Report for three consecutive years. Pilgrim skilled nursing and rehabilitation proud to offer award winning short term rehab to the north.

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"philips" Discussed on Techstination

Techstination

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"philips" Discussed on Techstination

"Your destination for gadgets gear. I'm Fred friskin. Philips, hue brand has been a pioneer in connected lighting for the smart home and one of the newest additions to the lineup is the outdoor sensor. It's a motion sensor that can be used indoors or out to trigger Hugh lights. I've found the addition to be both reliable and very useful product marketing director, Mike Deschamp, very, really great product. Fully outdoor rated can be easily installed battery-powered, but we'll still less for up to two years. And now, you can really have some more of that peace of mind, insecurity, from your outdoor space utilizing some of the reason additions for outdoor lighting from Philips hue or to trigger indoor lights to come on as you approach the door the price about fifty dollars. There's more at meet Hugh dot com. You can find us at texter nation dot com. I'm Fred friskin. Now, this how many companies out there have continued to innovate when it comes to building. A better radio. I'm Fred fiscal host of textile nation, and I'm here to tell you about the new C sky wave SP radio from the wonderful people at see crane Bob is crew really love radio, and it shows in this new compact model that is packed with features beyond great AM FM reception. Unsound you can tune into shortwave signals from around the world. Listen to ham radio operators aviation and more. It's the radio you'll turn to every day. And in emergencies it will run for nearly three days on just two AA batteries pair, the sleep timer with a new soft speaker three and you've got the perfect radio for your nightstand. Of course, it can wake you up to click on C crane at texting dot com and put in the code text nation for. Free flashlight with your order. They love radio and you'll love secret.

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"philips" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"philips" Discussed on The HT Guys

"This one is only sixteen dollars, so even less, and that's also at best buy. If you're best buy and you want to go smart lighting, he can try the Philips hue white eight nineteen wifi smart eligible a four-pack. Explore different moods with a four pack of Philips, hue bowls. They're customizable to glow at any intensity through the accompanying Hugh app. Lets you set the atmosphere for a chill evening meal or an upbeat weekend party, and you can control them to turn on lights when you're not even at home, forty bucks for the four pack a good deal. Only problem is you're only gonna buy it for someone. If you know, they already have a Hugh hub if not in order for them to use. You're gonna have to get him a hub that's going to be another sixty dollars on top of the forty bucks. Now if you want they have a kit. So if you know, this person doesn't have the Hugh hub, but you want to introduce them to the world of automated lights there is a Philips hue smart starter kit. It's a sixty watt or a quivalent sixty watt lightbulb and clues a hub. And it's two bulbs, by the way. That's over at WalMart. You can control your Hugh lights from anywhere in the world is long as you've got the internet or you can automate your lights and make them seem like your home. When you're not works with apple home kit and Google assistant data set, you back seventy dollars. So what are we say? Over a best buy the hub itself was sixty WalMart. You can get the hub plus to light bulbs for seventy dollars. Yeah. So if you don't want to go to target not at fan who is and didn't go to best buy, but you find yourself at WalMart and that Philips hue system at WalMart for seventy a really good deal. But they've got some cool stuff to like a pile ninety one many blue BT compact amplifier, so you can turn any.

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"philips" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"philips" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Only four dollars, and a small, domestic grew, five bucks I can take that Some sources say that the falcons sold more volume in Mercedes being than they did the previous year, and the Georgia Dome but that they actually lost. Money, in the deal however they made up for. That money makes sense. Get people into building they will buy more merchandise if they know they can eat and drink reasonably. They will come park you can. Charge them for parking so you're, still getting your revenue you. Just offsetting the cost That's just. Good business Arthur blank. Obviously knows that and now Tony wrestler and his group will do that as well so as something. That we can look forward to. Over at Philips arena speaking of. Philips arena as we transition According to our boy Chris Vittal more of the Atlanta Journal constitution, if you did not, see this earlier That was this morning The preseason games are out and have been noted for the hawks. And it's terrible basketball it's all in. A rush to go see Good Lord came. Believe this thing is going to be anyway Here. We go hawks will. Host let me get this to go So because Philips arena is being renovated the hawks will host the pelicans. October first, over at McCain's. Pavilion on the. Campus of Georgia Tech of course So the five preseason games October. Fifth at FedEx form in Memphis October seventh versus the Oklahoma City thunder however that game will be. At Tulsa Autobahn, tenth versus, the Spurs that's in McKay mish at seven thirty you can hear that game right here, on sports radio ninety two. Nine the game October twelfth that game versus the heat at eight o'clock in. The one I just told you again October first versus the pelicans you can hear that, game and we'll get all that information out to you if you haven't. Seen that as we get closer to the twenty eighteen. Nineteen hawks season but. The preseason games are out, and we'll see what this team has, I'm intrigued by what this is going. To, look like and we know that Clearly this is. Still a rebuilding effort And so anytime you have. A rebuild you gotta take your lumps and I personally believe, the hawks have about four more seasons give or. Take, of what we saw this year And that's what I'll say John it so I, hope you will join me in going to drink Some cheap beer and some pizza popcorn for a couple of dollars and we're gonna watch trade. Young wrote up and down the floor, and play no defense because that's which. Is sage on it I miss with John just two seasons Oh two seasons I'm not dealing with that part of the rebuild and, many will say one of the fundamental core pieces of this rebuild of the. Hawks is, one, John Collins And John Collins would be in the news because he has been awarded a spot on. The, NBA Africa game twenty, eighteen it's. An annual affair August the fourth John Collins will be on team world that game played in sun arena in Times Square no not New York Pretoria South Africa this is the. Third time that the NBA and the NBA players association has team to put players from around. The world against players that have some type of heritage with, Africa, so, John Collins, will join some, other NBA, names that you have. Heard of is Harrison Barnes and there's Rudy gauge McGee Chris Middleton Dennis, Smith junior Hassan Whiteside Hornets Marvin Williams former Atlanta Hawks Marvin Williams going up. Against Joel Embiid Sergio Baca and. Some other of their African brethren so. Congratulations John Collins, Collins, is, developing, quite nicely, I gotta get, to one, other thing Vince sanity Has found its, way to Atlanta many folks have asked me saying. How you. Feel about it the hawks have now. Filled out there fifteen play a guaranteed. Contract roster With. Vince Carter and Daniel Hamilton signing Look man they've, also got the two-way contracts out there which Adams and Alex Poythress I like adding Vince Carter and Jeremy Lin to this roster They are team guys they've been through, it, there's no, situation by LARs that they haven't seen in, some capacity a lot that young guys can take a lot from my one concern however.

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"philips" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"philips" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Our nest and e kobe but they have philips hue borrow bunch of nice products so this is this is pretty cool option if you're a nerdy developer type if you're a normal person who does not wanna play with your smart home don't buy this so would this replace the hugh hub is this works with a hugh because you actually have to talk now it could because it does have ziggy radio in it so you could way so busy wave wifi bluetooth now you won't be able to do from the ziggy if you don't have the hugh hub you won't be able to do all the fancy things like some things are you you just can't do with their decay but this'll control your lights turn them on enough so this is that this is really interesting and it has an api so you can yep that's what's interesting right that you could create your own rules and stuff and exactly turned off the echoes at night that kind of thing yes and you can actually post your rules and then other people can download them to their hub but it's all a pull request as opposed to being pushed out so there will be perhaps an aps to library and apps store oh that's really interesting and it's small it's very tiny so that's interesting this is this is this is this is a software engineers answer response to the tower of babel that has become well in it's a little bit easier to use looking at what i've seen so far it's a little bit easier to use some of the things like open hab and home bridge and i think home assistant some of those are pretty tough i mean i it spares you the effort of like getting everything up in running on a pie not working oh it looks like you have to add your own wifi to it.

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"philips" Discussed on Material

Material

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"philips" Discussed on Material

"Australian might are they yes okay so they are struggling so you you haven't down under there's just gave me hope free boats when there anymore so getting mobile's flip bummer because they're pretty good bulbs so if you have those bulbs and you have a bunch of them you just like hook them up in the google home app and then boom there's all your assistant capabilities and then you just like use your voice to do all of that which is great if you've got smart things that's a hub so that's a hub okay yes mart things includes zigmunds z wave so like connects all the things it's i don't wanna go down the whole path of hubs that kind of years us away from from google but that i just wanna say if you are thinking of starting starting out with the smart home he wants to it with bulbs and you you don't have to buy the philips hue with non don't have to do the whole thing if you don't want to you can just you wifi connected also teepee link here they have outlets that are awesome those are also wifi connected so they don't when you say about plug smart outlet so often yep it does energy monitoring's not like interesting if you've got a air conditioning unit in your window that maybe you can check and see you know how much power it's pooling or whatever which is very helpful and so there are a lot of brands out there i think gee no g relies on a standard so that's just a little tip out there for the google home look for stuff that connects feel wi fi not via zig zig be or z wave because that relies farm in some big books retailer like in america you've got best buy.

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"philips" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

Top Down Perspective

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"philips" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

"Ooh let's do more for under tail game in the year okay let's do more gaming history today many gamers know that the philips cd i is an abomination however it didn't have to be this way it's no partnered with them to create a cd rom based add on for the snacks but only after backstabbing certain company that leads to a pretty easy question for this week how many stars are in super mario sixty four oh hundred twenty one hundred twenty hundred twenty also as you can see by the date at the top that it's april fool's day plus one so i had to do something extra like a misnomer real question oh okay many of the many console ports of doom which to do not have any music during game play and sixty four and i have no idea oh okay the options are the ports of under tail which i would have made actual answers instead of jokes the first time with more foresight so the jaguar version of doom thirty two x super nintendo playstation three do saturn gb original xbox three sixty in ps three so so in sixty four hundred on there i guess that's technically doom sixty four so there's that i have no idea well i know the have any music during gameplay supernova though i know that thirty two extras i think you're right about the super nintendo one i'm pretty sure all the disk based systems have it.

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"philips" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"philips" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The outlived onlinecom now back to the data varied show right here on his element ninety okay all right let's feel good on a friday yeah love it up his data vera gel was in the one thing you can count on in this world is that anything you're counting on will probably change because everything changes that's the one thing you know for sure i guess death and taxes are the other tale but uh yeah we always no change is this where it's like the minute you get comfortable with something and then it you're all good that's one change happens change may be happening at philips arena it's looking like phillips is not going to renew the naming rights yeah yeah big story i got your attention on that one new guy nick phillips it's looking like phillips will not be renewing the naming rights of phillips arena said we maybe getting a new name of course we're also in the middle of renovating the atlanta hawks arena downtown and right now we don't this is not confirmed but this is the gossip and here's why the the phillips is hadn't even notice there they're piece in the netherlands did you know that really apparently oh sweet that will pay him of this word originated idaho all i know is according to the story the netherlandsbased electronics maker philips will not be renewing their horror the arena it's because i think they sold off a big chunk of their business the electron ix part of their business to a japanese competitor and so that's not a huge part of what they do anymore and so it's not really part of their.

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