35 Burst results for "Red Rocks"
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie's Creepy Arizona Song From ChatGPT
"Asked write a song about why Arizona is the best state. And within about 15 seconds, I'm going to have a song in front of me that will that be originally composed, Joe, or is that basing off an input? Explain to me how this works, right? So right now it says Arizona, the place I love most, the sun is shining. The sky is blue. The desert air is so sweet and warm. It's the best place to be. I'm sure you'll agree. Chorus. Arizona, the best state in the land, the beauty of the desert is so grand, the people here are so friendly and kind. It's the best place to be. I'm sure you'll find verse two. The Grand Canyon is a sight to behold, the red rocks and the cacti are so bold, the stars at night are so bright and clear. It's the best place to be. I'm sure you'll hear. Well, first off, let's just say that chat GPT produces popular lyrics at about the level as the human level pop industry has. Great song. But second, what makes that unique, right? Yes, that is a completely unique song. No human being has ever written that song. What the software does is it scrapes over all the relevant data, millions and millions of data points, looking for what the user requests, right? You request a song about Arizona. It's going to rake over as much information as it can about Arizona. It's going to rake over the structure of a song and it's going to look at other songs, kind of the cadence and the content of other songs, the emotional sort of resonance, the data has been, you know, the system is actually designed to be able to roughly identify emotional content, right? Write something angry, write something happy. So what it does then is out of all that, it distills it down into a kind of average, and it then produces something that's completely original.
Native America Calling
"red rocks" Discussed on Native America Calling
"You'll make my rock and roll go round. You'll always be mine. You're so fine. We are red rock woman. You make my rocking world go round. You make my rock and world go round. You're one of the kind you'll always be mine you're so fine. Red rock will make your make my rocking world go round that was the song red rock woman from the powwow group young spirits. They
Crypto Over Coffee
"red rocks" Discussed on Crypto Over Coffee
"You may know HubSpot for its renowned customer relationship management platform or CRM platform, but HubSpot is also a resource that I use frequently for finding curated content for a variety of topics. Personally, I just recently signed up for this, I guess you could call it an ebook for how to stay current on emerging tech. It's a guide which provides a comprehensive list of podcasts, newsletters, blogs, and more content to keep you up to speed on all things emerging tech, including crypto. So I've left a link to that below if you want to sign up to get this awesome resource on HubSpot. Thanks again to HubSpot for sponsoring this episode. Next up, I wanted to cover some news from the proof of attendance protocol folks, often referred to as Pope or Po app depending on who you ask. If you're unfamiliar with the project, the focus of the proof of attendance protocol project is minting events as NFTs to offer people ownership of their experiences as collectibles and a testable assets. For example, if I need to prove that I was at the Taylor Swift concert last night in order to buy some sweet merch online after the show, I can just sign a transaction from my wallet with that poet and NFT from the show and I'm good to go. I've proved that I was there. If you were your spouse as a Taylor Swift fan, please leave a comment because my wife is a huge swiftie, and I'm sure she'd love to see how many other people are as well. Anyway, I take a rest. The Pope protocol, whatever you want to call it, just announced yesterday with a significant technology partnership, and that was with flow code. And flow code specializes in contactless, privacy compliant QR technologies. Like QR codes. After piloting the technology that they've collaborated on at a concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre and at a Gary Vaynerchuk speaking event, the team's ready to lift the lid on the results. Using the
Joey's Totally Tech
"red rocks" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"This is joey's totally tech your tech podcast so He antonio you think we can bring in extinct animal bat though Maybe or actually. I mean i've seen cases where they've done a little bit of genetic engineering brings some extinct. Animals act combining different animals gather understand. How a wally mammoth. My favorite power enter a farm raised. Fifteen million dollars to bring the wolly-mammoth back from extinction colossal. Which is a bioscience. in genetics. company has raised fifteen million to recreate the woolly. Mammoth this project involves taking skin cells from asian elephants and reprogramming them and two more versatile stem cells which carry the mammoth dna then. The elephant carries the embryo term and a sehr gut mother or artificial room. Researchers hope they have their first set of cavs at six years reintroducing herds of the elephant mammoth hybrids to the arctic tundra. Might help cut vertically escapes to grassley and in keep the ground cool but some scientists say this is not the most effective way to our store. The tundra yeah i mean. I think it's pretty interesting like the asked for people's like oh you guys are playing god or whatever but i guess if you think that way that's fine but i think it's kinda cool like you know. I think we could have like a like a real drastic park one day. Hopefully if they for them. The other ethic parks but yeah. I'm not sure if you wanna bring back dinosaurs. Maybe wally mammoths. I don't know. I mean since we have had woolly mammoths in our lifetime. I don't know how violent they might be for how aggressive you know. Probably i don't feel like i mean i guess you never know what they're doing. They're like messing with dna in jeans and stuff like that. But i feel like if you with his born taking leader more more likely to be more aggressive depending on their traits or whatever. But i think it's all in how you raise it. You know only you like love it like or whatever i mean. I do some disturbance after that hurting it. Yeah we'll see what goes on with that yeah. Dinosaurs were actually not as aggressive or violent as we take the mass. Oh yeah i mean. I don't think they'd be any worse than like a cheetah or something like that. I'll just run around us killing everything. They hung law the jumble. Of course i wanna t rex chasing me down the road or something you know i would just stop. I'm not gonna die. I mean a lie. Those dinosaurs are pre big. I don't want to be crushed by one. all right. all right so The life story is concert. Venue i to use cutting edge. Biometric reading texts on the red rocks amphitheater in denver colorado as really has already has recently began using innovative amazon. One biometric palm trees and it's been red rocks is the first organization outside than amazon facility to use one of these readers. Amazon one is already being used ends stores as well as some whole foods locations which also owned by amazon being on one program does not require membership on prime membership and has Uses a scanner for palm can then use for design items concert goers at the red rocks. Amphitheatre will be able to sign up amazon one at the venue. A once registered. You'll be able to add event tickets to your amazon wallet. And then use the palm print venue deaf so users will also have access to a dedicated line professor. Oh wow that's pretty crazy so How do you feel about companies having your biometric data the latino why people are concerned about like the ramifications for that I mean. I don't think any worse than they already have like your name. Your social security number. The nation right like credit card for mesa. That can be changed. You know you cancer credit card your your palm on the other hand. Are you going to change wall. That that's not thinking. They are like biometric data that you cannot change. The someone somehow uses that you're kind of screwed vienna parley permanently unless we have some sort of way to like. Change your palm or any other body part for them. I mean i feel like it would just like wipe whatever they retake your information like recode. Whatever they don't know the the way they like tech the kind of thing. But i'm sure there's a way to do it without the men in black bro. No no no no. I'm not saying that but it's like there's just a lot there that you know as not easily changed me though like your fingerprints. If we went by that site you know sure. Have it on your home. Doors one thing. But if it's required to purchase something and then subtle gets a hold of your fingerprint. Somehow and he is to purchase stuff owed different websites. How are you going to stop them. You know i understand. Yeah it's like. There's a huge deference is like one near temporarily screwed the other you're prominently screwed. Guess we'll see what happens. I never even considered that. That is really good. Yeah i mean sure. There's the convenience there. But yeah there's definitely some downsides like what if your math that's what else see we'll see. I mean be kind kinda way. What's more important you know. I know right. Well i don't know for me. I don't know that i'd want to rescue. Gotcha yeah i. That's definitely an interesting technology. Short all right. Well that's all. I have anything else you want to add before we go I think i'm good all right. I've been joey chemical i've antonio garra you've been listening to joey's totally tech your tech podcast and we will catch you the next time say adios.
Red Eye Radio
AXS to Deploy Biometric Amazon One Palm Readers at Entertainment Venues
"This is part of the show where I'd like to talk about future tech. Can it tell you what's going on? So I'm sure you've heard about the payment system called Amazon, one that allows you to buy things in stores where you just wave your hand over a scanner. It's pretty simple. You hold the palm of your hand with two inches above a biometric reader. And then what's the system verifies your ID? It charges the payment card that you have on file for whatever you're buying. And so you don't have any more checkout lines being using some Amazon whole foods stores. It's expanded. But it's expanding to this. Why bring it up to you? Stadiums and arenas? That's right. Um, no more tickets to get inside concerts or sporting events. Amazon's taking over everything, aren't they? You just scan the palm of your hand. It's being used for a company called Excess in Denver, Colorado at one of the kiosk at the Red Rocks and theater. Anyone coming to an event can enroll one or both. Palms just takes a minute and then you can just scan your palm at a reader to enter. Um, the Amazon. One system could they say, create a unique pump signature? All that other stuff, But Big Tech already knows a lot about us. I know a lot of people are worried about this, but the palm print is just one more thing. You know, Palm lines tell a lot about you. But your browser history? Mm says everything.
Daily Tech News Show
"red rocks" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"For any event. I've been to. The biggest line is getting into the venue. Not getting into your seat once. You're in the venue. So i feel like if that palm thing can speed that entry up that it's worth it even if you do have to check a digital ticket later on your phone agree you ever seen a convention like a comic con The way those things try to funnel people in immediately all at the same exact time. It's a nightmare. This would be that up. And i think that's what they're trying to do. I don't know. I'm kind of with david on this one. I think of haven't flown recently. But the I it always kind of it always struck me as sort of silly that when everybody was getting checked in from from the desk at the gate in a in a reasonable fashion and then we all just sort of stood in the hallway for however long before we all got onto the plane. Sure a lot of that is like actual physical logistics like people putting their luggage up top and get into their seat. But i know. I understand what he's talking about. I get the idea of like sure you get out of the gate. But then the bottleneck just happened somewhere else. I think the red rocks amphitheatre has more room for people than the airplane. That's all it's indeed yet. Airports amphitheatres a little bit different. Well listen we love your feedback. Keep it coming helps us make a better show. Every day feedback at daily tech news. Show dot com is where to send that feedback. We also want to thank a couple. New bosses marked ever all and robert. Osborne both started backing us on patriots. Thank you mark. thank you roberts. And once again we've had a streak of this mark and robert are picking it up for other folks there's always somebody who hits a little financial skid or the budget gets a little tight like man. I'm sorry we we hear it all the time. I'm really sorry. I to back off my patriot for a while. And so it's important for us to be able to keep doing the show for folks like mark and robert to step up and picking them up so margaret robert have kept us in the positive patriots instead of reduced number of patriots. So we're really thankful for that. It's like a new hero every day. Really enjoy it. You are heroes there's this long but i won't sing it right now. Thank you to scott johnson for being with us today also a hero. Scott what have you been saving people on the outside of lately because of my heroism Yes i spend my heroic days and nights Make it a bunch of content so if you liked content and i know you do because you're listening to or watching it and you're consuming you're off. This is good content. i do other content. That's like daily and weekly and everything in between so if you're confused about any of it or wanna know what it's all about go find it..
"red rocks" Discussed on WTOP
"Into a concert Amazon, bringing its palm recognition technology to the Red Rocks amphitheater in Denver. It'll be available in other venues in coming months. But this is the first time that technology, which is called Amazon, one will be used outside some of Amazon stores where shoppers can pay for groceries by just Swiping their palms. Healthcare expenses are always a concern for retirees. But Jeff Klee boss says declining purchasing power has now eclipsed that a survey of retirees and those near retirement about their biggest concern shows inflation now tops healthcare costs. 74% of those Kipling or personal finance, asked said so The financial strength of Social Security and Medicare also make the list about half or near of near retirees surveyed said that they are confident or somewhat confident that they'll have the money they need during retirement. Coming up. Nicholas is now a tropical storm after making landfall as a hurricane, drenching the Texas Coast 8 56. Today's innovation in government report highlights the governments it modernization opportunities. Travis Rozic, chief technology and strategy officer at Blue Vector says security programs need to be more proactive and less reliant on the signature sharing from a threat. Intel signature based sharing is the fastest way to detect a threat. It's the most surgical way to detect a known threat and have context about it. The challenges the adversaries have changed over the last several years. Such that They create tools and capabilities that evade signature based detection. You know, it's kind of like fighting the last battle or the last war, right? I kind of use the analogy or scenario that this type of mitigation is like driving your car by only looking in your review mirror..
KOA 850 AM
"red rocks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To require vaccinations for Covid 19. 800,000 Colorado workers represents more than 36% of the state's workforce. With the president pushing those new covid vaccine mandates. White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci likes them. Hopefully they will do it willingly. If not, it will have to be things that will essentially put pressure on them, such as you're not going to work in this particular agency or institution. You're not going to be able to go to this college of this university unless, in fact you get vaccinated under the president's plan on federal workers must be vaccinated. And in addition to that, And Biden is instructing the T s a double fines for travelers not wearing masks. Yeah, you're letting us know if you like. Or don't like the idea this morning on Facebook and Twitter. New York Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand are urging Congress to pass the 9 11 responders and Survivor Health Funding Correction Act. It would address a funding shortfall in the World Trade Center health program. It would also set up a research arm to study the impacts of toxic exposure and psychological trauma in the aftermath of the 9 11 attacks. It would specifically study the more than 35,000 people who are kids at the time and attended school or daycare programs near Ground zero. A ceremony is set up for tomorrow at the Colorado Freedom Memorial to mark the 20 years since the 9 11 attacks attributes going to start at 10 A.m. with the reading of 116 names of Colorado's who gave all in Iraq and Afghanistan. There's also going to be remarks from Colorado Congressman Jason Crow and Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman. Other events around the Metro area tomorrow included annual 9 11 Memorial Stair Climb at Red Rocks Coming up Civic Center Park. Will be temporarily closed next week due to filth and crime. We'll talk with the executive director of Denver Parks and Recreation coming up next about that big job to clean it up ahead. That at 8 24, but first traffic.
KOA 850 AM
"red rocks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Brothers are gearing up to release a new song. The band announced their upcoming single Who's In Your Head, which is set to come out September. 17th fans didn't have to wait long to hear it, though the brothers performed the song for the first time at their concert at Red Rocks. Then they took the Tiktok to share a snippet of the song and asked their fans to pre save it ahead of its release were driving home on Sunday night from my mom's house. We're coming up back the back end of, you know, C 4 70. It's like there's something going on Red rocks who's performing. I look at it as Oh, It's the Jonas Front. Jonas brother over there. You know who was there last night? Jimmy Jimmy Buffet? Yes, and he's back tonight to shows in a row. I think these were rescheduled during the pandemic. Famous people among that audience, by the way, somebody there that we know, I think, Snap the picture. Scott Pelley from CBS News exactly in the audience wearing a jacket in a turtleneck, by the way, your warm if you're going to see Jimmy Buffet somewhere. How about red rocks? Right? I did that many, many moons ago. 57 in Colorado's Morning news BK in sports. The Broncos getting ready The NFL season actually opens tonight. We'll have money news on the way as well. We checked that Dr Dave Hunter. Good morning. Hey, Good morning morning in April, just road construction wrapping up, especially on the north End of town. CN 25 at that ramp 2 to 70. They just pulled the cones on that the rest of the metro area looking pretty good. Certainly no road construction reports the fortunately no accidents to impede your drive a little bit south of the metro area, though they've got road construction on the shoulder of south down, I 25 right at the Greenland Road exit from the BET. Fred Sports Traffic Center looks like no major off highway accidents at this moment, either. This report sponsored by indeed dot com Hitting speed bumps in your hiring process than streamline your route to hired with. Indeed they're hiring platform makes it very easy to attract screen and interview candidates all in the same place. Find your next great higher and visit indeed dot com slash credit. Dave Hunter K Away NewsRadio live everywhere on the I. Heart Radio APP. Kitchen register for Ben MGM Using bonus code I Heart and Your first event will be risk free up to $1000. That means if you lose your first wager, you'll get your stick back for another shot. But on.
MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"red rocks" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Greetings and salutations. I alexander the man. Who knows and i am going to show you another example of my mind reading skill. I want you to look into my crystal deeper now. Look at the postcard. I want you to focus in on one of the city postcards now as you have that in your mind i want you to move either. The left or to the right to the nearest animal. Postcard knicks. you're going to. You're going to move up or down to the nearest city coastguard. And now the tough part. You're going to move diagonally to the nearest animal postcards and finally you going to move left or right to the nearest city postcard now. I wanted to concentrate on that city postcard. I get the impression that you were thinking of san francisco. I left my house. Amazing crystal ball. My hand held that happen. That's an interactive video that came up with another show over. You mean what what's going on. Hey thank god it was some pants normally. He's not wearing pants at all. You know get dressed up the hey surfing. What is a surfing well john. I think you're supposed to be john. I think he's in front of that aging by the minute making fun of me. Nobody in my audience on my backdrop didn't fall so we were just talking. Lovely things about you john. You hear us britain brainy background. You got there John candy do you have a friendship. A personal relationship with graham nationally. Something yeah that's gotta be pretty cool because you were kid at woodstock and now yes i had. They actually literally went there to see them and then white twenty years later breathing in a bus for them. How it happened was it was really weird. Mother was really sick and my manager. Coal clubs on long island at the time we had like seven instead. I know we'd three months between everybody but will do is i gotta keep an. Because it's mother's really ill and we'll give you a better price and they said as long as this picture doesn't come up in every every at so david crosby had just gotten out of jail in greenwich and then we're doing duo thing and the ticket sales were going really that well which people on like these are boomers. They don't buy tickets like a month out but it sells out so the guy from westbury music. Their panicked t- opened up the picture. And my face was in every ed and said get this guy. He's a local draw so they call me. I got in there and The job and they hired me that first night and the following night in valley forge and the following night down valley forge. It was just a nightmare. I do this. I do some magic to put the sort this woman's neck and she peed on herself and she was just peeing on stage. And i walked off stage and figure this is it. I'm fired and crosby was gasping for air on the couch. Going dude anyone that is late for show and can have the day that you had. It's still make woman piss in their pants. We want as permanent opening act while working for ten years. Wow that's gotta be a little difficult. I 'cause i've talked to comedians about the the challenges of opening up for for musical acts Steve byrne was on. He played red rocks the open for kanye west at red rocks for comedian. That's gotta be brutal right for power stable human being. It's gotta be brutal. It's it's not only that it's opening for a bamboo. Oh try opening for a really big any big star because they're not there to see you that air to see whoever there to see like i've opened for deicing couple times when dice was really at the height of his. You know and it's like man. I almost had to stab somebody through the neck would soared to get their attention. But that's gotta be pretty brutal. I mean the yellen dice. The whole time. You're trying to just tell them thing is just like me. I mean the biggest. The hardest i ever had opening was very jello shot Jello wrestling show. That was my big thing too. You guys jesus that on your resume. I opened my you know what. The girls got piston. They threw me in so there. You go what happened was i. Would you know. I had done a few shows them and it was okay but i feel like i had a really great thing. I had a big boom box on stage and introduced me. Walk out and i would just start tuning it and it was a taped but i would just start tuning it in and go down. Look like going down the thing. And then all of a sudden. Get you crosby stills nash off and they go crazy i took shelter in turn passed. And i'll get to a neil young song Turned pass it. And i remember it. Used a group called two live crew and the song was. She's got a beagle. But and i would just make it louder and louder and louder and then i take off my jacket. I'd cover the radio. I pick it up. Watson senator standard throw my jack up near the radio advantage and the music would stop. Walks the microphone ago. Don't you hate that music. And they know it was really get out. It was a really good opening you know. Yeah that that's a creative. And very smart way to deal with with opening for musical had a couple of crappy shows and then grand. Nash came up to me. I had the show in philly. That was so bad that i walked on stage and crosby walked up to me and hugged me and said men they fucking hated to. Thanks he goes. He goes no man they really did and i went into terresa. Aerobic gram lockton. It said you know really hurt the as an artist. It should never have to go through this from now on. I'm going to introduce you so he would come out in the beginning and golic affiliate go. Hey trade to be here in philadelphia. Got the greatest fans here. When every time we started to we tell our manager status in philly because we love this and he's just the place filling up like time lobster geography he goes. We're ready to come out to bring out a good friend. You'd better given the respect. He deserves a good friend. John bertini. I'd walk.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"red rocks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"And non profit partnerships. Alex Shower, man. Good morning, Alex. Hi. Thank you so much for having me sure. So tell us about this partnership and why it's important. Yeah, well, you know where we partnered up with this incredible climber Alex Johnson. Um, she is an out gay woman who is really world class climber and just a huge inspiration to The queer outdoor community, including myself on the outdoorsy woman as well, Um, and our goal at this product was really to to uplift queer voices in craft beer. And then, um, you know in athletics And do it in a way that was giving back to the community. So we actually gave all of the proceeds are giving all of the proceeds to athlete ally and we're going to be creating a coach's symposium. Are there going to be creating with the money Coaches symposium in a Southern California? Train coaches on how to create safe spaces for LGBTQ athletes specifically targeting high school age coaches. So tell us about the Rainbow wall. I was reading something about that. Yeah, So the beer is called Rainbow wall, and not for the reason you might think, obviously, you know, pride and all you know, Rainbow is the representation of pride, but it's actually called Rainbow wall because it is Iconic route and climb in Red rocks Nevada, and it's one of Alex's favorite climb in that area. Um so the the symbology with perfect in that it's one of her favorite climbs, and then it obviously has kind of a cool tie in with the product and the story and everything that we're doing there. So how can people get involved? Yes. So The easiest thing is a, um You know, you can pick the beer up at athletic brewing dot com. We will ship it right to you and you buy online. Um you know, the other thing too. Is I highly recommend that you, you know, start following organizations like athlete Ally and get engaged with them. So go follow them on Instagram. I believe they're athlete. Ally, Follow Rad humans like Alex on instagram and just start to be kind of what they're working on what they're talking about. Educate yourself as to the issues that face the queer community in sports in craft beer, things like that are right. Athletic Brewing's Alex shower hman joining us and thank you so much for your time, Alex. Good luck. Yeah. Thank you so much. And have a wonderful day. All right, you two, the economy back open. So how is the Gaslamp Faring? Well, find out live at 8 11. Plus gets traffic. Your weather, cocoa news time. 7 45 Jemayel report.
TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"red rocks" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Suze, Who did you want me to take? Okay now. We were talking about a charitable remainder trust. We can get our estate attorney when we need him. Blake Harris law Blake Harris himself, but we start out by saying that your client's made contributions to Red rocks Community college in a charitable contribution trust. How remainder trust. It's a remainder trust right? Quick. Okay. What were the terms since every remainder trust can be written for certain terms and conditions Do you read? Do you know what the terms and conditions were of this trust? That we're supposed to be executed by the trustee. Okay. So during determine the trust the beneficiary, which in the last five years was the widow during the term of the trust? What what happened? So she would receive The profits of the What was the trust generated right to 15% of right. That's towns. He, Ben. That sounds like one of the provisions that Aaron some of them Then what what happened after 15% of the profits? The rest went to Rest, ate the rest Aid into the trust. On good Racine. Now this this property never really generated the kind of profits where they were able to exceed that 15% K. But what was the actual What was the actual um the principle of the trust, not the earnings, but the actual principle. That would have been the 322,000 that they respect Red rocks received. Well, when you see this one confused when they established the trust what went into the trust? What made the trust earn income? What went into the trust? It was an industrial warehouse that was being rented..
"red rocks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"But we came out of code very strong. We're ready to go. We looked at a number of different assets over the urine last Vegas and, uh, poems is one of those that said it was perfectly. The hotel has been closed since March 2020 When the Corona virus pandemic shuttered casinos across the state. It will be the second tribal enterprise to enter the Las Vegas market this year. Red Rock resorts was talking about expanding, possibly in the South West Valley with the new hotel and casino. They want to put their next major project at Durango in the 2 15 and break ground early next year. Demographics were working to our advantage. Given a migration that we're seeing from other states where people want to avoid regulation, taxation. And not to move to a great state like Nevada, where there's opportunity CEO Frank Fertitta, the third said the sale of the Palm's now allows them to focus on the neighborhood. Casino locations, including the one in the Southwest Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, has joined Wynn and Encore resorts and being allowed to operate it. 100% occupancy, the Cosmo has shown, state regulators to more than 80% of its employees have been vaccinated. Making out lift capacity limits social distancing and remove plexiglass barriers around games. The U. S birth rate fell 4% last year, the largest single year decrease in nearly 50 years, according to a government report. The rate drops from Mom's of every major race and ethnicity ended nearly every age group. Younger women have been putting off having Children for years as many postpone motherhood and had smaller families. Birth rates for women in their late thirties and forties have been inching up. Not last year. Also, the birth rate for teens was down 8%. The CDC report echoes recent findings by The Associated Press showing birth spell during the Corona virus, which experts say no doubt contributed to the big decline. Anxiety over Cove it and its impact on the economy likely caused couples to think having a baby was a bad idea. I'm Julie Walker. The news brought to you by yes. Air conditioning and plumbing. Keeping you cool in the summer warm in the winter and available anytime your plumbing won't go with the flow schedule your air conditioning or plumbing checkup today by visiting the Yes, Man can calm license number 71233 and 71246. With a check on our weather. Here's news three's Kelly current plenty sunshine out there course today and it's gonna be a warm one highs today, topping out in the mid nineties Annalise the winds will be like we'll be out of the east Northeast to just find to 10 MPH Today. Give us any more. Updates throughout the day from news three. Your Weather Authority Sunny and 70 in Las Vegas some John Shaffer on the new 115 FM 7:20 a.m. Kate on time for a check on the roads brought to you by salmon ash injury law because you deserve Hey, we get it. You don't want to be hearing a progressive commercial right now. So let us tell you something You do want to hear you are powerful. You were warrior who bathes in your enemies, tears Then you step out of that refreshing to your bath and into a bathroom that somehow looks good on you. Yeah, you could pull off a robe there. Don't you feel better? You'll also feel better when you save money for driving safely with snapshot from progressive savings you can use to buy more Rome's because.
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"red rocks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Heading the road. July 23rd through November. The 10th. I've never, actually no, I have seen them in concert accidentally. They came out a surprise performers in the show. I know I thought that saying that I'm not a huge Dave Matthews fan. Accidentally saw David Crosby live at Red Rocks. That's a that's a much better story. Much great accident. People are always concerned about making mistakes with their money. That's one reason you've done this show for so many years Mike across the country because because that's what we want to do is guard that nest egg, not make mistakes. Not reschedule retirement because you can't It's a real part of life. If you have questions about that you can reach out to a team member set up a time for a phone call to get some questions answered and in person or a virtual meeting and have them do a complete financial plan a $1500 value. No charge it all 8135500707 any time guarding your nest egg calm during the last year or so, Mike, have you done any Projects around the house that required you to run out to your favorite home improvement store. Buy some lumber from time to time. I'm kicking myself cause a project that I wanted to start and they didn't do it. Dock at the lake. Clearly, that's nothing but lumber. You waited too long, because demand for lumber skyrocketed during little prices are at all time highs. My neighbors are constantly complaining about this because there big guy wires I mean, two by fours are more than three times their typical price. Even plywood has soared. The Wall Street Journal explains what's really driven in a still driving this lumber boom. Lumber futures have more than tripled since the rally began in April. 2020 No one expected would prices to soar not even saw mills, lumber dealers and others who profit from rising prices when the pandemic said in sawmill shut down. Like many other businesses before the lockdown, it was shaping up to be a strong home building season. When the global economy grounds will halt in 2020 new housing construction in the U. S plummeted, hunker down, homeowners remodeled and mass and low mortgage rates drove demand for suburban housing. Building boom lifted the share price of home improvement giants Lowe's and Home Depot ahead of the broader market would was in short supply. Sawmills ramped up capacity but couldn't catch up, leading to a surgeon prices. And I heard that home prices are on their fastest climb, says the run up to the housing crash.
"red rocks" Discussed on Dad Tired
"But it's like i'm gonna cut my own path through this and i think it's been really cool to see how bart shannon of like really fostered that nurtured away. Yeah we let him like a our manager kind of pushing let him sing it like a a song at some of our bigger shows like red rocks sold out stuff he was like. Hey man let him come out and sing a song and and we we've led him and he's got the bug and there's a couple of labels that have asked wanted to sign him and and up until he's eighteen. I wouldn't let him and he was like. How did you do it. I was like look. I like when you sign and you give stage people. Expect you to know what you're what you're gonna say or have something to say. I was like man. If you're not there yet. You're going to hate jesus and five years Just enjoy love music. enjoy it. there's plenty of time. It will become a job and be a big challenge. So just keep doing what you're doing. And he never fought it. He was like okay. You know and and that's what he's doing and they and it's none of our end kids stand a chance. They have like five dads and so it's funny because they all speak into it and if there's something same won't here for me. The hill here for mike or barrier whoever and sometimes i know that and i'm like just skipped me go talk to mike or whatever and he got more skin in the game here than i do with kids further down the road and i've got young kids. How much of that is found to be so valuable to have other people especially other men speaking to your kids. It's priceless just knowing like our front house. Guy was here with us the cabinet last week. We'd been doing some filming and stuff and he's a car guy. I'm not a car guy. My sixteen year old is like headfirst into it like he could tear apart. An engine knows everything he can no and he came up here and he's just sitting with rick for like an hour just talking cars and which is seems like a small thing but it's a huge thing because it's something i can't give him but i know i can trust rick. Broida him even in that little carping again also important zone with other wisdom anywhere kids. It's the same thing i mean. Our kids are together all the time. Been spinning out of your house tonight. So sorry great. Yeah like it's invaluable to know that there's a safe place that there's another like minded adult parent friend. They that loves your kid wants born to him. Say a friend of mine. His sign when he graduated high school the night graduation. He put him on his scavenger hunt and the to go all over town and finally sayings and everywhere he went was one of the men that was a part of his life throughout slyke sunny schoolteacher and two and it was arrested different and yes and everywhere he went. There were ten men they when they got there they told him they told this young man the man that they see and prayed over what he's gonna do and i remember telling me like. Oh it's the most beautiful thing ever i'm gonna do the same thing. And then covert hit and so we were able to get a lot of friends just to celebrate graduation and a field that it was like. I just thought that was so beautiful to man. I don't think we do enough. I don't think that we instill that. We are fortunate to kind of its naturally there because we're always together but man the wisdom that a friend of mine always called it the the father of the.
Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
Popular jam band to open 2021 Red Rocks concert season
"Summer, The empty theater will reopen with a capacity of 2500 people. KBC will spread. Saunders is geared just the knowledge that people are going to be able to visit red rocks again the finest outdoor concert venue in the world. It's thrilling. There's red rocks. Normal capacity is 9500 season get started with the instrumental jam Band, Lotus, April 23rd and 24. As we've said, We don't care who's playing. Just give us the tapes
Broncos Country Tonight
Red Rocks Amphitheatre will reopen in April with 2500-person capacity
"You'll be able to see life concerts at red rocks. This summer, The amphitheater will reopen with a capacity of 2500 people, just the knowledge that people are going to be able to visit red rocks again the finest outdoor concert venue in the world. It's thrilling news. SK be CEOs Brett Saunders Red Rocks. Normal capacity is 9500 season gets started with Lotus on April 23rd and
The Wise Fool
"red rocks" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Wise fool is supported in part by the ea grant from is lynn liechtenstein norway in an effort to work together for green competitive and inclusive europe. We would also like to thank our partners hunt kastner in prague czech republic and kunst synthroid in norgay in norway and i apologize if i mispronounced anybody in their links to ea grants and our partner organizations are available in the show notes. I hope you're enjoying and learning from the podcast as much as i am. If you enjoy the podcast we would appreciate a five star rating and please tell your friends to listen and subscribe. Also you can subscribe on apple. Podcasts google podcasts. Spotify pandora stitcher or wherever you get your business had to a lot of video. Lectures this semester with covid. And it's a really humbling experience to have to sit and listen to yourself instead of just forcing yourself on other people just to be clear. So you're teaching at where so i'm teaching at red rocks community college and it's actually. I think it's considered to be the third largest woodworking program in the us and because it's a community college there is like an actual community. We have all sorts of students. We've had literal rocket scientists. We've had people who designed robots that perform surgery and then we also have like fresh high school graduates a lot of military veterans. So while it's not a university position. I've i really enjoy it because they kind of experience so many perspectives from the students. To take a step back. I always start the podcast with something stupidly simple. Could you please pronounce your name correctly for me. Laura can she motor and one of the first things. Actually i wanted. I always asked his to get started. Just sort of learn a little bit about you sort of your childhood your background. How did you even come to being creative parents teachers. What was the thing that led you down that path. Well i mostly come from a family of scientists pretty much..
NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"red rocks" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Ten thirty five welcome in live from the specialist studios. It is no co now. Tanner's she went. The ogden was another one that i got thrown out. I got a text saying the ogden for the favourite concert. Venue in colorado. I think he's still got to go red rocks though joining me now up on the hotline is chris would editor and publisher with biz west. Chris are you big concert guy. I've gone to my fair share but I wouldn't say i go very often anymore. What's your favorite concert venue. Oh red rupture definitely. It's so one i missed. I'm sorry i wasn't around for was the the youtube concert red rocks. I would love to have been there at that time even with the thunder and lightning and snow and rain that's fine. i think that's what i think you talked to anybody who's lived in colorado for a while they say oh you remember this content. I mean even. My parents remember journey and def leppard right with a restarting at red rocks. And everybody's just got that one story if you've lived in colorado long so i think the clear answer is red rocks. Absolute like chris. Well let's let's get into this here you know. I was talking a little bit earlier. I was over at the foothills mall this weekend. I went over there twice. Actually there's a nice little golfing simulator place over there when it's too cold to actually go out and golf and sunday afternoon. About three o'clock. It looked relatively busy. Why is this place not making any money. And what if i know. There's some news about mcwhinney possibly perching this. What changes going to be well. You know With with Foothills in particular You know they. They're they are facing foreclosures as we talked about before they got about forty six million dollars On a that they which they have defaulted on a hundred and fifty million dollar construction loan And that's You know going up for Going up for auction and mcwhinney is one of the potential buyers that that ball has had difficulty From the beginning of it really hasn't and i call them all. It's really not a mall anymore. Was a was a mall. It's more of a shopping district Entertainment district now much like the promenade shops in loveland but it it was really viewed as a catalyst for revitalization of that midtown fort collins corridor really from prospect Down to harmony road but It has not really fulfilled that promise and you know buying patterns have changed And there's there's some question about the the structure of it the design of it and I think one thing that mcwhinney would do if they buy. It is try to incorporate more residential Into that project overall to create more More life during more life to bring more people into it Mcwhinney does have an adjacent residential project. There that has done quite well and as we talked about the last week or the week before. Residential is very hot right now so if they are able to acquire it. I think there'd be some pretty substantial changes including i believe Maybe more more residential housing as part of that. But you're seeing now we. We talked earlier this year. Tanner about the potential for commercial. Foreclosures and really for almost a year. Now i've been hearing from bankers and people in the commercial real estate sector that there could be some commercial foreclosures coming and for a while. We had not really seen that with the exception of foothills being the largest commercial. Foreclosure that we've seen in in many years and now Not only is in foreclosure but as we reported last week. The promenade shops in loveland in foreclosure So there's definitely issues that are being felt by retail properties overall. And you're seeing that in in the The inability of landlords to maintain their debt service on some of these larger projects with chris would editor and publisher of biz west. So when you talk about like prominent shops and even now foothills going into foreclosure. Do you expect these new. These new owners to completely switch up. What the look of it is. I know you talked about more residential in in in the foothills mall but what about prominent is it going to be. More shops is going to be more residential. What what do you expect the plan. The layout to be well. It's a good question on on prom. Not chops What would happen. You know it very much depends on who the buyer is and and there are there are there is a misconception out there that winnie is is still an owner of prominent chops. They have not been an owner for many years. but do i do. I think that they would possibly be a buyer I do think that they would be in the in the mix They they still have a lawsuit going on with One of their former partners One one ownership group ago Cogan mcewen that they've had a a lawsuit for a number of years. Now that is in the courts and So that that is still being worked out but makoni is not from an shops today. But i think i think i think I if i had to guess i would. I would be shocked if they weren't at least interested in in coming in. You know what what an owner what would you in terms of reconfiguring that property. That's a really a big question. And i don't i don't know the answer to that You know A lot of these projects are incorporating residential And so i. I would think they might want to look at that as a way to to bring some new life into it. But you look at what's happened in the last year with retail. I mean we were talking about a retail apocalypse. Long before kobe. But it has really hit in the last year. there have been many many national bankruptcies Big retailers that have gone out of business Closures that been announced or or enacted Around the country and Retail is not in a great place right now so that That tells me why you know why these projects have have gone into default but you know reconfiguring them Is is a really big question about what will happen with these. And and i should point out. There's another one Belmar shopping center in lakewood. That is also in foreclosure. That's a almost one hundred and nine million dollars. It's still owed on a hundred million dollar loan so this We're gonna see more and more of these. I think especially with retail big retail property. So as we continue this conversation with chris would editor and publisher biz west magazine. You're right we were talking about the retail changing the retail market changing and evolving and and really dying off in some ways in that in person before covert this seemingly expedited the process. The other thing that i think At least with the fort collins northern colorado even bolder area that we're seeing is the rate of growth. Is maybe pushing prices up faster than what you can turn around make on it so you got to be very smart about the amount of money that you're gonna buy in terms of getting into that space is. That is my wrong on that. Chris or is that a little bit of to the you know the future demand for these areas are the prices are being asked for them now. And maybe you're not able to turn around.
NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"red rocks" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"It was bad. What are they going to do now. Now they go into milwaukee as seven point underdogs the nuggets are not used to being seven point underdogs in a lot of games The nuggets tonight can phillies for me. Start to prove that. We're still legit. We're still we're still A western conference contender but we can still play with the best of them. I think that they can shut up. A lot of critics like myself with a win tonight. Help on the road against twenty one to thirteen my Milwaukee and on cuco. I would take keeping it close. I think they keep a close tonight. They started turn some heads. Like i said milwaukee's twenty one and thirteen there number three in the eastern conference denver with their win. Nineteen and fifteen there now tied with sandy. Or excuse me san antonio for the six spot and they're half a game back from portland of the five spot solve a sudden and they've just one two in i mean that's it you start to put these things together. It's doable for the nuggets. But this is about the time. I feel like every time i sit here and say well. The nuggets can do this. They can get back. They have flop. They get blown out and literally all i'm asking for tonight. Cover that seven point spread. I mean find a way to keep close. I think if you keep it within seven it's respectable. And i think the competence continues to grow for the denver and for the fan base fan base as been frustrated. This is the game tonight. You have to keep it close and You have to be able hopefully to pull it out in the end nicole. Yokich gotta have some help tonight. But if michael porter jr. and jamal murray can show up like that to go along with yokich anybody beats this team. They're that good when they play like that Let's go to the ice last night. This was one of the most disappointing games Four colorado avalanche This year they play the san jose sharks. They're up to two zero and then they lose six two. Yeah it's it's ugly. I mean that's an ugly loss. San jose before last night was in the basement of the west division. Now all of a sudden you gotta look at avalanche there sitting at eleven and seven and this was at least. Some of the early season concerns It was. I mean you certainly lose the blues. They went to enroll loose. They couldn't finish a series the series that turn them around and he thought okay. Here's the team that we thought they were going to be. Was that san jose series big. Beat the shark seven three then. They beat them three to zero. Then they beat the wild five to one and then you're like here's the ads. Here's the team that we re expecting looking forward to watching this year but you come out. That's a tough laws. You take it on the chin there. That is just a tough loss to san jose. How do they bounce back. Throughout the season they bounced back pretty. Well they've got to do it. I think they're going to do. I like to think that they're going to do it. In a flash wave but this team who we thought was going to be A championship as a stanley cup contender. That was not a stanley cup. Winning performance last night. Do they look down on san jose. Did they say well wait. We don't need to play too hard this night. Was it that. Maybe i don't whatever it is. They gotta get it corrected by tomorrow night Not a whole house Not a whole lot else going on in the In the sports world will have more action for you tomorrow night. But that'll that'll do it there. The denver nuggets. I mean they just. I mean it's hard to out. Guess them i mean it's it's difficult because you don't know what team's gonna show up but if that team that played last night shows up i think you win a lot ballgames. Chicago's assaulted team on the road. But tonight's the true test. Tonight's the true test on a back to back in milwaukee against janas in that team how who shows up michael porter jr. show jamal murray show up. Ideally you'd like to have one of those two tonight take the scoring burden yokich. Just put up thirty nine last night. I mean his game. He's going to need nights off with his game and his stature and how he's built he's going to need nights off so hopefully to murray or nicola or excuse me michael porter jr. step up and yokich doesn't have to put up forty tonight against the milwaukee Let's take a break Want to say thanks to the tower and it seemed like a square before we do though. get out there today. It is taco tuesday. So if you're craving those tacos get out there and And enjoy the tab. Say michael square. They've got their weekly deals. Their daily deals. So if you're looking for consistency make sure you check out the tavern. Say michael square. Let them know you heard about him right here on. Kfi and if you want to do it on us bring your jokes. We got funny friday coming up on friday. You get a twenty dollar gift card to the tavern at saint michel square. If you if you win that so make sure you check it out tavern. It's square.
NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"red rocks" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Stops neither do we. This is no co now presented by shanin agency. Here's tanner swint our number. Two here we go second cup of copying feeling good great first hour. We're gonna talk colorado concert venues. I'm going to break them down. Tell you which ones you wanna go to which ones you don't want to go to and what actually makes a good concert venue. The new plays a part of it. But i'll talk about that Chris would editor publisher biz west. I was at the foothills mall this weekend. Relatively busy honestly. I was there saturday and sunday. Cool little spot in there. That i like to. They've got a golfing simulators Love it love the location. Everything about it. And and i was there like two different parts of the day eight. Am and there were still people filling up at eight. Am on saturday morning. Then the next day was mid afternoon on sunday and that place was hopping. It was hard to find a place to park So why can it not make any money. That's what we ask and that's what we're gonna talk with. Chris would editor and publisher biz west magazine. Our poll question on our facebook page at no code now. What's your favorite colorado concert. Venue where to go. What's the one that you would go to And in enjoyed the most What venue is. That's our poll question on our facebook. Page at noko. Now you can. Also text into the cave texan at nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one nine seven zero four seven eight one. Three zero one. Let's take a look around the sports world and let's start first with some news. That just came out The colorado buffaloes football team has released their schedule for next year and a couple of a couple of games to note here the first one september third they will be taking on ed mccaffrey in the northern. Colorado bears football team in boulder september third. Unc ed mccaffrey heads to boulder to take on the buffaloes looking. I love reading schedules and they look normal. College football backward was supposed to be Really looking forward to that. But that the schedule just releasing for the colorado buffaloes september third northern colorado that got texas am They're going to be playing that at empower field too. So that'll be a good one. Minnesota avenue on the state southern california started. Just work your way through it. And then you get in that. Pac twelve Pac twelve conference play. Karl rove did one hell of a job with his buffalo's this year on year on a short turnaround after mel tucker did what he did. Carl had his team in a really good spot. Now what is our or excuse me our to what a season two year to bring and mean four. Carl we'll find out but the scheduled just being released all right. Let's talk The colorado state rams basketball team they defeat air force last night. Seventy four forty four as we mentioned what we're talking with kevin lionel The colorado and david roddy twenty two points and twelve boards. This is you team was only up by three at the half. Yeah they won by thirty. They were up by three at the half. Twenty six twenty three. They were cold as ice shooting in that first half but then they just took off roddy again. Twenty two points boards isaiah stevens. Fifteen points for ceus. you Kindle more ten points this'll would add nine rebounds. This can be dangerous so we'll wait to see they play tomorrow night. Six o'clock tip off on that one against new mexico And i i just have this feeling just a little inkling that to gonna wanna beat up new mexico pretty good for what they did for haning san diego state the mountain west title so i think i like in that one were. We're right on. The watch will continue to watch and see what What the rams can do and if they can get into this tournament. I think it's going to be cool as personally Some people say they're you know they're pretty pretty well in. Here's what they have to do. I think it's going to be pretty deep. Dang close For the colorado state rams to get into this tournament. I definitely hope they do That would be would be very entertaining to get a couple of teams from colorado into the tournament as the colorado buffaloes will be in they ranked number twenty four in the national poll this week so getting some love from from the national medium for the colorado buffaloes okay. Let's talk about the denver nuggets this team. I have been upset with them. Okay i have said that they are very inconsistent. I think both of those things are still true but last night. That is the denver team that you have to have this three game road. They start this road trip. Excuse me two of the first three games that they have. They beat the thunder by thirty then. Last night. they play the chicago bulls the bulls. They're they're not a great team like let's call it how. It is not a great team but these are games at denver has struggled and last night. This team looks good. they win one eighteen. One twelve As nicole yokich just trying to put a stamp on his. Mvp candidacy with thirty nine points. Fourteen boards nine assists. The nuggets beat the bulls won eighteen. One twelve he. He's had forty. Nine career triple double dudes one assist away from getting fiftieth And in that fourth quarter man he just came up. Cues you scored seventeen of the nuggets. Twenty five points in the fourth quarter. That's the type of guy type of basketball player. Have mike morrell noses. The head coach for the nuggets saying that's the luxury of having an mvp candidate. I see all these conversations about want to start a franchise with. I've never seen a cola's name mentioned. And i'm done dumbfounded by that might nominee. I've gotta write in nominee nicole. Yokich guy. I'd like to build a franchise with like we've got here in denver and had great success with jamal. Murray twenty four points. Michael porter jr. seventeen points fifteen boards. When this team shows up. They can be anybody and go deep into the playoffs but now it's just about consistently consistently showing up. They've got a chance to prove that they can and that they are the team that made the western conference finals last year. Tonight they take on the milwaukee bucks last time they played. Milwaukee was ugly hideous..
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Mysterious monolith appears in Newnan
"Move on finely chelsea at the manila. Just tell us out. The art world has reacted to the appearance of this enormous metal block in the utah test at first. The world responded in a sort of excited and generous way. So i think this thing appeared. It was spotted by a helicopter. That was being some environmentalists. These guys were counting bighorn. Sheep in the utah desert and spotted this. I think it's about twelve foot. High shiny metal monolith there amongst the red rocks and for a while. It was exciting. Because i think there was. There was some intimation that might be a an unknown work. By the great scope to joan mccracken. He created his planks in his columns. These great shiny minimalist objects. Which have this have a mystical power to stand in front of them. They sort of reflect you but you kind of lose yourself in them and so everybody was very excited about that quite quickly. he's gallery said we're actually no. It's not by him. He's got rivets on he'd never vs rivets and things like this and then they sort of all these sorts of other events these other molesters appearing in the art will very bored very quickly. And i think that's where we are right now. They keep appearing not. I did a quick google search and this another monolith has appeared somewhere else and it was olive white. Various the world romania months left right and center. But everybody's going to be with you think whoever's doing it to stop
The Art Newspaper Weekly
Mysterious monolith discovered in Utah desert
"A mysterious object resembling the free standing plank sculptures of the late minimalist artist. Joan mccracken or the alien monoliths in stanley kubrick's sci-fi classic. Two thousand one space odyssey has been discovered in a remote area of the utah desert prompting theories ranging from extraterrestrial visitation to avocado installation biologists from the utah. Division of wildlife spotted. The monolith from a helicopter welcomed up during a routine count of bighorn sheep in the area. The location of melissa has not been disclosed but the footage shiny object in store within a red rock canyon suggested that live somewhere in southern utah which has distinct ecological landscape
Kottke Ride Home
An Unexplained Monolith in the Utah Desert
"A helicopter crew from. Utah's department of public safety. Were on a routine assignment coming bighorn sheep in the southeastern part of the state when they spotted a mysterious silver monolith in the middle of the red rock standing about ten to twelve feet tall. Perfect shiny triangular prism the crew. Says it definitely looks like it was planted there on purpose not dropped from above on accident. Short of some nasa experiment pilot brit. Hutchings thinks it was probably put there by an artist maybe fan of two thousand one. A space odyssey. It does bear a striking resemblance to the black monolith that appears in that film but the department of public safety reminded people in a statement that installations on public land require permits quote. No matter what planet. You're from end quotes. They've also said they won't disclose exactly where they found it. Because it's in a location that could be dangerous to navigate for amateur hikers. And they don't want to cause curious visitors to injure themselves or become stranded. But they did post a bunch of photos and videos taken by the crew with the monolith including one where one of the guys standing on top of another one's shoulders to get a measurement of the monolith against lincoln. The show notes. So you can see for yourself with this mysterious structure. Looks like i'm kind of curious how long it's been there you know. How often do people fly over this part of red rock country looking for sheep or otherwise paying close enough attention to have noticed it. The guardian pointed out that some people have noticed. The monolith bears striking resemblance to the works of artists. John mccracken who did live in nearby new mexico but died. Eight years ago he's galleries. David's werner did not return request for comment from the guardian. Is it possible. The monolith has been there for over eight years just waiting to be discovered or was it planted by someone else or some thing else. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
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CNBC's Fast Money
Why Casino Stocks Dropped
"So Brian. Las Vegas Sands cut its dividend today. Which is a huge deal. Considering that it's founder. Ceo and chairman exclaims in every earnings. Call that I've ever listened to your day. Dividends the casinos are hurting in a big way. Over the last three months shares of casinos stocks have plummeted win off fifty percent off sixty percent. Eldorado off almost seventy percent over three months as it prepares to close on a merger deal with Caesar's and inside Caesar's Palace on this trip. It is still and silent. The Las Vegas Mayor Calls this Nevada shutdown. Total insanity her words. The Governor says look. The state is not passed a severe health risk and yet already casinos nationwide are beginning to game out what reopening would look like. We'll because property likely will have to ensure social distancing for some time every player becomes vitally important deutschebank gaming analysts Carlo. Santa Rally suggests that casinos may implement crowd control based on customer loyalty and theoretical spent. They may hike table minimums nationwide twenty five dollars. Maybe fifty dollars depending on the locations and the least profitable slot. Machines are those that they have to pay a fee on because they're least would be turned off and then those casino amenities that a lot of us. Enjoy SPAS nightclubs. The shows likely those are going to be sparse to non existent in the near future. Also location location location where the casinos earn their to gaming revenues matters here casinos in. Macau already open though. Visitation is still only about a tenth of what we saw from this time last year because the government still restricts tourist visas the ramp is benefiting WYNN Las Vegas Sands and mgm there even though it's slow in the US regional properties without a high case load of Kobe nineteen are likely to see a quicker return to business that includes Greater Nevada in the Las Vegas locals market. So that's Red Rock Resorts Pen. Eldorado Boyd and finally the Las Vegas Strip. Maybe the slowest of all to return because it relies so heavily. Brian on tourists. Arriving by air travel you can look for an impact there on Caesar's and MGM which both get nearly half of their overall revenue from strict properties whereas win for instance gets a quarter. Brian
Bureau of Land Management Defends Move to Oil-And-Gas Town in Colorado
"The idea had been floated for years but President. Trump is actually doing it is administration is moving the headquarters of the Bureau of land management the Federal Agency that oversees drilling mining and recreation on about a tenth of all land in the US. The agency's main foot main office is now in a traditional oil and gas town in Colorado. Npr's Kirk siegler reports the new headquarters a long way from Washington DC. Like nine thousand nine hundred miles to the small western Colorado City of Grand Junction here. It's impossible to ignore. You are surrounded by federal public. Land the towering Mesas Red Rock Canyons and the Colorado National Monument Lobby the Acting Director William Perry penalty caught flack after announcing the move because of the other tenants in this office building their Chevron upstairs and on the main floor right next to the BLM's new glass entryway Colorado's lead oil and gas lobbying firm. You can't help but notice when you walk in. This office is right next to the Colorado oil and gas the Kogo Office and I'm just thankful it's not a marijuana dispensary. There's no dearth of pot shops around here but the agency says it's also hard to find an office space where the industry doesn't have a presence. Grand Junction is surrounded by public lands. That produce a lot of oil and natural gas. You know frankly. Let's be real. The oil patch can always afford to fly to Washington and sit down with somebody in Washington. The people can't do it farmers and ranchers and people from small community and county commissioners in a crisp wight Western shirt and Black Bolo tie the six-foot-five pen-li says the General Services Administration found this space. I think the more important story is that were out here. Were in the local community and locals can come and see us and we're just a you know a short drive away from a lot of people who would never think of flying to Washington. Dc to sit down with the director for penalty. This move is about decentralizing the US government the seventy four year old attorney spent most of his career at the Conservative Mountain states legal foundation re challenged the BLM in cases representing miners ranchers and recently Utah counties who fought bears. Ears National Monument. Some Westerners have long complained that the agencies leaders in Washington are disconnected with rural resource dependent communities here in Grand Junction Mesa County. Commissioner Rose Puglisi pushed hard for the relocation we have great relationships with our local field offices but ultimately we've learned that the decisions are made in Washington DC where they don't really even know where Mesa County is or the impacts of their decisions on our economy. Puglisi is a Republican but there has been some bipartisan support in Colorado Anyway for the relocation in part because the government is moving higher paying leadership. Jobs out here but mostly. Democrats and many conservationists are fighting this. They lost a bid to strip funding for the move but they did convince the Government Accountability Office to launch an inquiry. A lot of people come here like walk. Dogs defined right in activist and environmental filmmaker. Cody Perry is in. Bangs Canyon is a popular recreation site just to the edge of the Grand Junction sprawl. Is this public lands. That belongs to not just the people here in this county but all Americans he points out that the vast majority of BLM staff is already living and working full time in the rural west any worries that removing leaders from the halls of power and DC will turn the agency into a backwater. But he thinks that's by design. I think it's an absolute effort to undermine and dismantle an agency where essentially removing institutionalized knowledge that is being basically dismantled by industry actors. That's crazy talk. There's no other way to say back at the. Blm's still mostly empty offices near the city's Small Airport Acting Director William Perry pen-li says if anything the BIELEMA staffing up to carry out the administration's public land's agenda. Why in the world would we fire? People are dismantling agency this critical to accomplish your goals like energy independence like increasing recreational access like decreasing the likelihood of wildfires all across the West but for the third straight year. President trump has proposed. Cutting the agency's budget penalty hopes to have up to forty staff here by the end of March around the time that is temporary appointment. Expires Kirk Siegler. Npr News Grand
Tourism Worries And Few Takers As More Utah Land Offered For Drilling, Mining
"In late two thousand. Seventeen president trump downsized to national monuments in Utah lawsuits from conservation groups and tribes are still working their way through the courts this week. The trump administration finalized plans to expand access for mining and drilling on many of those lands. The area has more an eleven billion tons of coal plus oil gas and other minerals but as nate Heggie of Mountain West News Bureau reports industry is wary of digging being in and locals are divided on whether it should brick crystal is enjoying the desert sun at a gas station just east of the town of Boulder right in the heart of grand staircase your case escalate any national monument. We're in January right now. Crystal is a local rancher and guide. WHO's lived here. Since one thousand nine hundred six and he says he welcomes. Welcome trump downsizing the monument and calling for more resource development on public lands here to open up for logging mining manufacturing. That trump is doing. I think it's a healthy thing for this country. It gets people to work with their hands. It gets people to produce things and this vast expanse of southern. Utah's Red Ed. Rock desert could produce a lot. There's coal coal seams. There's oil and gas there's some uranium there's tar sands John. FREEMUTH is a professor of public lands policy at Boise State University. He says industry has been kicking the tires of Utah's red. Rock desert for decades access to those minerals became available when president isn't it trump drastically reduced the boundaries of both bears ears and grand staircase landing national monuments but in the last two years big oil gas and mining. N- companies haven't come in yet. Freemuth says there are a lot of reasons for that. Industry is not stupid about the cost of producing things. I think they're pretty you know. L. Fairly a stood on the market and some of that stuff is deep and harder to get to are expensive to produce and in some cases there isn't much of a market demand right right now for minerals like coal and uranium so they may just stay underground but above ground. Another industry has been growing tourism. Tourism is a nope. It's a vital part of this community. Nathan Wagoner owns an outdoor gear shop in the town of Escalante tourism pumps more than one hundred and fifty million dollars into the region every year ear and employs almost half the people who live and work there most of them in the service industry and as people come to enjoy this place at different industries are popping up and foreseeing it. Just Main Street has changed in the last fifteen years and it's good to see it's good to see that in a small town in the west and that's why he so baffled that the trump administration would shrink this area's monuments and expand the potential here for mining and drilling. He says could scare away. Tourists and damage the pristine nature of this place. It's home to towering in canyons ancient petroglyphs and the clear shallow Escalante River. It runs eighty seven miles through the heart of its namesake monument. Jonathan Pack Leeann. Who Works for a local environmental nonprofit. Likes to come here some days after work getting out here for. Shell run its rejuvenating. And it's it's kind of like hitting a reset button undermined. He doesn't want to see this. Red Rock desert become a home for drilling and mining and he he may not have to. If the pending lawsuits by conservation groups and indigenous tribes are successful. The monuments will be restored and off limits to development once again for N._p._R.. News I Made Heggie an escalating Utah.
How To Make a Mass Extinction
"This episode. Not so scary but exciting citing that we're kind of in the most consequential few decades in the past few hundred million years. That's Peter Brennan. On his website. He describes himself as a placental mammal camel but he's also an award winning journalist and the author of the book the ends of the world volcanic apocalypse lethal oceans and our quest to understand understand. Earth's past mass extinctions a book that the journal Science called a surprisingly lyrical investigation of Earth's mass extinctions in New York City recently and we sat down together to talk about the book midway through our discussion. We'll take a break for a short segment sponsored by the Cavalry Prize with Stanford neuroscientists scientists Carlos shots which perhaps surprisingly has some connections with the discussion of mass extinctions. And now Peter Brandon. Let's talk about mass extinction all right. The book is really kind of a survey of the great mass extinctions in the history of our our planet. Yeah there's a reason though that you go through all that and that's related to what's happening today right. Yeah I really wrote it because I think in the popular imagination mass extinctions or what happens when big rocks from space at the planet. And I'd noticed that there was this really interesting thing. Conversation going on in the geology community over the last thirty years or so where yes and asteroids seems to have something to do with why the dinosaurs went extinct. But they're all these Older mass extinctions some of which were much more severe and almost all of them had to do with severe rapid climate change driven by changes in carbon dioxide basically atmosphere. And so I thought there was both this sort of sci-fi story about these sort of lost worlds that you might not be familiar with 'cause unfamiliar with the dinosaurs but The planet really has been a bunch of different plants over its lifetime and so if I thought that was really interesting to write about but there's also this news hook about. Hey we're starting starting to pull some of the same lovers that have been pulled in the worst things that have ever happened this time. We're pulling the levers in the past natural Rossi's of the levers rate. Yeah so in the past this has happened. It's been for the most part sort of tectonic cataclysms So when one of the mass extinctions there's some weird stuff going on with mountain building that might draw down. Co Two and plunged into an ice age but for a bunch of the mass extinctions actually are seem to be associated with these huge apocalyptic volcanic events called large provinces were just an unimaginable amount of lava comes out of the earth covering Thousands of are actually in one case three million square miles But law alone. If it comes out part of the world can't kill everything on the planet has to be you know because things on the other side of the planet seemed to be going extinct. In these mass extinctions scientists are trying to figure out what that must have something to do with the gases that are coming out at the same time. And what you see in some of the mass extinctions but if you know how to read the rocks if you're a really clever geochemists you can see that there are. These huge injections of carbon dioxide is the air from these volcanoes. And you can tell that it gets really warm. The Ocean starts to lose its oxygen and this thing called Ocean acidification. which we're doing now? which is what happens when too much co two reacts with seawater is is happening in these mass extinctions too? So it's sort of unnerving to see that you know we're not there yet but Were trending direction. Where if you go too far down that road that it can really be all breaks loose right? A lot of people have said we are in the midst of the sixth mass extinction but the scientists who talked to are a little more conservative conservative than that. Well I think paleontologists are certainly you know if you're a conservation biologist or any area and ecologist you can just see this tragedy unfolding all around to you and I'm not trying to minimize the the catastrophic damage. Humans have done to the planet. But I think it's actually. It's both worrying that we could even be in the same conversation as these mass extinctions because these are just you're turning everything up to eleven and trying as hard as you kill everything on the planet. I mean this is the the end the boundary boundary sort of condition for how hard the planet can be pushed. And we're not there yet. which the good news? We still have time to save the planet and that's really the point of that Sort of discussed in the book that you know. We're driving species extinct at a crazy rate today. But they're still time before we get to the level love you know when the asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs when these giant volcanos were happening. So there's time to save the the turn the ship around and it's sort of scary but exciting we're kind of the most consequential few decades in in the past few hundred million years. It's really up to us to to avert to avert this Scott in a mind boggling and I didn't mean to minimize what's going on right now. By saying that the scientists he spoke to her a little more conservative about whether we're in the sixth mass extinction. It's more more like you don't have lung cancer yet. You only have emphysema right so everything's cool. Everything's bad right exactly If we keep up the current rates then we'll get there for certain In the next few decades centuries to Millennia depending on how you count but we will. We'll get there for certain if we don't change their behavior and we're making the sound like a very depressing book but there's some there's some lighter moments to it. I'd say I was it has to do with your felicity as a writer actually happening out there. Scientists the funny people funny people for example. Just to since. We're trying to have a good time here. let's talk about the first time you went out the Cincinnati Rock count people and the guy. The had a name for something that you picked up. Yeah right so if you know how to read the rocks and you know what you're looking looking at. There is no matter where you are in the country. There's not a boring spot for geology And there's some great. There's a APP called rocked which you condemn on my phone and it will tell you what you're standing on basically and so no matter where you are. If you're in New England you can look up. Oh my goodness I'm on this volcanic archipelago that crashed into tropical North America. Four hundred fifty nine years ago or if you're in boulder where I am you know there's red rocks from the middle of Panja and the dinosaurs and you know there really isn't a boring or right here in New York. We're on top of UH either Cambrian stuff from the dawn of animal. Life Ocean rock or in Brooklyn. There's glacial stuff from these crazy ice ages. That happened. Not that long Ongo and there's some cretaceous stuff in Staten Island's from the dinosaurs from these big river delta. So there's an amazing story underneath your feet. No matter where you are and geology is just is sort of amazing endlessly fascinating field. That sort of tells you about these alien worlds at the planet spend before a sort of crisscrossed the country and joined up with professional geologists amend was sort of introduced these groups of amateur theologists. Who are really inspiring people because they take their own time out of their own weekends to You know just pull over to the side of the road. These unloved highway road cuts. 'cause they know that there's amazing fossils there and they're incredibly dedicated to it and I was sort of a Newbie and I joined up with him. One day to look for fossils on the side of the highway in Cincinnati because it turns out that in Cincinnati four hundred fifty six four hundred fifty million years ago It was a shallow sea and it was filled. With sort of weird things. Look like horseshoe crabs in these giant squid like things. And so it's just it's totally alien. SCIFI world infects the lends its name to a particular time because of that right. There's this thing called the Cincinnati and in the late or division period because Cincinnati is the best place in the world to find fossils fossils from this period right before this big mass extinction but I went there and I went with all these Sort of really interesting quirky people. Who Do this spare time? Just pull over the side of the road looking for fossils and we're finding lots of these things called grab delights which are these weird sea creatures that swam in these colonial homes and stuff like that not colonial homes like from I'm from New England But yes I was finding a lot of those and so I would ask people what's this and say. Oh it's a trial by. Oh it's too late and then I thought I found something and I showed it to this guy and that's what it was and he said that's a leave right I said is that good. And he said Yeah Lever Right there and he took it out of my hand and he threw it on the ground so good. Yep Ah so you you went out. With a whole bunch of different people are amateurs and professional researchers and Saul a lot of I just got back from England and I saw the white cliffs of Dover Right So the white cliffs of Dover like a really good example of a lot of stuff. You're talking talking about it's all fossils. Yeah right yeah. I think people don't appreciate that limestone for the most part is Stuff it was. It's calcium carbonate. That was sort of precipitated by sea creatures. And if you go to Indiana and you see limestone if you put under Mexico begin see it's just all a lot of it's like little Z.. Creatures and things like that and the white cliffs of Dover Our caucus fours which are the you know you see today from space in these giant swirling blue green sort of hurricanes in the ocean. And it's just plankton. And you give plankton enough time and it can build up something like the white cliffs of Dover this giant Edifice Livingston. I wants to living
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Thousands rush to climb Australia's Uluru on last day before permanent closure
"Thousands of Australians are hoping to claim one of the country's best known landmarks before a permanent ban on scaling it takes effect on Saturday Lou Lou in the Northern Territory was handed back to its original owners the Anangu indigenous people thirty four years ago that a guard the raucous secrets Phil Mercer has this report thousands of people have poured into the room in recent weeks for the chance to reach the summit for one last time before the band comes into force indigenous groups in central Australia however have never won T. visitors to scale the giant red rock they believe it say crates and has a power and the spirituality like no where else in recent years the number of tourists scaling has gradually fallen but some say the Rockies for everyone and believe the climb shouldn't be
Bus crash leaves 4 dead, 30 injured in Utah
"At least four people are dead and more injured after tour bus crash near Bryce canyon national park in Utah correspondent Serra side to reports it's unclear if the bus was coming from the canyon or elsewhere this happened near Bryce canyon on state road twelve as we understand it now there are at least four fatalities in this bus crash and there are multiple injuries critical injuries according to the highway patrol Bryce canyon is known for its distinctive landscape of narrow red rock spires about three hundred miles south of Salt
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Brad Sugars on Business Re-Education
"Rad sugars and his team continued to build business reeducation to new levels. Today we are going to put but the F. Word back into business. You know we're GONNA tease that alphabet. Welcome Brad so the nice guys on business podcast. Hey honey could to be with you today. Happy to have you here. Obviously it sounds sounds like you have in northern New Jersey accent. When did you move from? No it's funny where you're from Australia. It's amazing the places people like you from the South Yeah just a little further to the south though a little further south keep moving south. Keep moving so Brad I've had I've had a number of friends now. I haven't had the chance to see it personally. Although I watched a bunch of your youtube videos videos over the last couple of weeks since we've uh scheduled this interview and looked at the reviews and and the Synopsis Of the Book Although I am we'll talk about that a little bit but I've had had many many friends that have actually had the opportunity to see you in you know in action on stage and they all agree that you that you love. The stage in the stage loves you. When did that love Affair Fair begin exactly Dang you know I I got on stage? I remember many moons ago. I was as a young man in business and when you get successively young age people like well. Can you tell us what you did as if there's some magic pill that I did something different whatever other person that was successful didn't so I started teaching and and then I think it was ninety. Ninety four Robert Kiyosaki invited me to come and speak at is business school now he's super famous with the Rich Dad poor dad series but and I went to a and he said you come speak in Hawaii teach business at my business school that came over to Hawaiian on my hand. I get paid to travel around the world. Hold and speak to people this is cool. I'll do this forever. Yeah no hesitation yes. The love affair began as soon as I saw that I could get paid to do this and travel took took some great places my eventually. I was GONNA say that eventually I worked out hang on. This is really hard work. Because I remember there was a couple of years. I did more than two two hundred events a year and I thought this is really hard wood. I gotTA actually create a business instead of actually just running myself ragged right all for sure I agree with you you so for you to to be able to go and bus home for for two hundred dates. A year doesn't leave a lot of time for I believe you have a family also so it doesn't leave a lot of time for that. Does it no well in those days. I was young and single today with five kids. It's like I think podcasts are much better idea doug where do you where do you live. What part of the country Las Vegas biggest home? My wife is from Massachusetts. So we kinda found a city that was halfway between Australia and Massachusetts not really but at least it's fun enough for an Australian Lynn and so you actually live in Vegas now yeah we live in Las Vegas which people go really you live in Las Vegas. I always joke and say yeah we live at the MGM. Oh it's a it's a great place place to I mean in real estate investments good opportunity there and it's still reasonably priced. I mean it does get a little hot in the summer but but it really is a nice place to live if you if you don't don't live right on this trip I would believe you know very spoiled. In this city we do have the entire Strip right there but we also have a ski field forty five minutes up the road. They'll lake forty five minutes that way and some of the best desert hiking but you know it's it's a great city to live in an as you mentioned real estate wise yet. We did okay coming out of the away crash. We wrote the couple of as you might say nice well. I've had an opportunity to go in. There probably dozens of times over the last few years to to to rent Iran Harley so I love riding my bike up into what does it Mount Charleston. Is that where the the ski slopes are somewhere over in that area Lee Lee Canyon Mount Charleston and then you do the red rock loop ahead on on APP to blue diamond and stuff. There's a lot of great places to ride so fantastic city. Now is definitely a great city well I. If I can remember back my dad past unfortunately in the mid nineties he created this selling system and he always used to say you put me across from prospect in a stadium filled with fans and I will close them. Does the audience charge you up to do the same thing or do you use that as your educational tool what I know there's there's money from stage but it also does a lot for your for your inner work as well. Obviously we use the stage to introduce ourselves to a lot of people and I think that's sort of where I started in the beginning. I remember way way back back did a deal with the newspaper company and they literally put me in front of two hundred eighty eight thousand people over two years and it was to introduce used to people and yeah we sold but mostly I believe in education. I'm people they say also your motivational speaker and I personally hate that because if you motivated an idiot they just do stupid stupid things and so my goal is always been education first motivation second saw so so many people today unfortunately are one month away from broke and I think I'm being even generous by saying they might even be one one month away from broke. Some of them are one paycheck away from broke. Who who is your market though because it you tend to gravitate or the people tend to gravitate towards you at least the friends that I have that been have have been attracted you or the ones that have already the achieved a huge level of success in their life enter just trying to figure out? How did they get to that next level so they're looking to us? Maybe talk about that for just a moment or two yeah yeah look we the people we work with the mostly business owners or those who wanna go into business for themselves. You know a lot of a lot of corporate executives too because when you're when you're an executive at a very high level or an entrepreneur running your own business it's Valey. I you know I'll put it very bluntly. Business ownership and executive level work is some of the loneliest what there is and because there's no one you can turn to so having a coach is something that is really important because two things things one is that coach will introduce you to a community of other successful business owners who people want to hang out with and learn with and learn from but also the coach is someone you can actually talk to 'cause when when you're a high level business post when you're achieved success or you're doing good and you WanNa do great. Who Do you talk to you know and that's the challenge for a lot of these people? I've always found again. I'm going to go back to some things that my dad said and he always said hey if you wanna do something successfully find someone else at at this time successfully and just see if you can attach to them just at least from a mentor apprentice perspective and and he he was so right through the entire process and and I'm assuming coming that your coaches they're not just educated by you. There's people that have achieved some level of success in their life and the ones that you put into the coaching realm are are others that can teach teach what they have done now. Do they do it with your system and teaching their industry or do you tell me a little bit about the coaches that you coach Yeah Look so my coaching team week. I mean we do a lot of to recruit. Great coaches is always a challenge. That's that's the thing so you know we're always on the lookout for great coaches is because they had the sort of person that loves helping others but also has that ability to build long term relationships and also has the ability to actually actually coaching knowledge now when it comes to the system and hence suave written. What is it now seven votes? The systematic methodology with which we grow businesses is my what am I. The latest book is called the Business College and what are we coach tweet coach to round thirteen thousand companies and business owners before I even wrote at that book and that book gotTa be fifteen years old now and the reason I say that is because what we find is there is a systematic methodology policy within which you can succeed in business. It's like there's a recipe for it and if you build a business according to the recipe it will actually work if you build a business based on just your gut feel like baking a cake. You know it's it's not going to be perfect until you've got that skill set that you know how to do it so we're very clear on doing that. NECC- that's hence why wrote the latest one that pulling prophets because it was about businesses doing good that WanNa do great you know how do you get actual exponential growth and how do you do that. Live with grow so you know it's been an interesting one to say that because the hottest spot for me in the beginning Doug was definitely getting out of my head will what is that that I actually do. How is it that I actually achieved this level of success and that to me was always going to be the challenge so Nice Guy Community? We're GONNA make sure we put a link Linkin. The show notes that you have access to to Brad's book pulling profits out of a hat I love the name but it but it definitely ties conjures up a feeling of it seems to be I'm just GONNA put some profits out of a hat. Obviously it's more complicated than that you talk about incremental growth versus exponential growth and maybe just spend a moment sharing the definitions of the two because I think so oh Manitoba's and all include me is part of a part of that US as well so many of us build our businesses on on incremental growth instead of the idea of the bigger their picture or even the larger picture is growing growth or building your business exponentially so maybe just share a little bit about what those two things me yes so let's let's even go back. Pre the incremental growth a lot of businesses do grow plateau will grow dip even they they do that sort of up and down or up and sideways type thing and that's really where they end up being the incremental growth is where you start talking in percentages and you know the average business is very happy to have ten twenty thirty percent growth way we challenge them with this book and we challenge them what they're thinking of. Why Gopher percentages why not go for multiplies so if you're saying okay I'M GONNA get fifteen percent growth next year and I asked you the question what would feed fifteen times growth and the average person looks at you have no idea what it would take to get fifteen times gross? You say great so now that I've asked the question someone once said to me that the answer the answer doesn't matter if you ask the right questions because you know by asking people the question of what it would take to get twenty daytime growth thirty times growth all of a sudden you're asking the right question. It's like the bag of the Tanzanian says. Do you have a dime. Those you know you have twenty bucks you. You know it's it's that simple difference in Austin the question so exponential for us is looking at the multiply growth so it took two years to put this book together to study got clients that are actually doing that and look at what's the distinct difference between Bandmann those who were not doing that level of growth. Can I'd love to go. Can we take a little bit deeper. Deeper dive into that. 'cause I really WanNa know what those what those disciplines are. That people are working towards in in finding exponential growth from from increment in incremental growth perfect. Yeah look so when we sat down and you use the right way disciplines what we found is as five core disciplines and the reason we use the word discipline discipline is because let's say you get it right today. That doesn't mean it'll be right tomorrow. you know you've got to actually be disciplined and stay on top. It's like so the five core disciplines number one not in any particular order strategy business development people execution and mission those five Kohl's away we find the result so if we take just business development which sales marketing and customer service side of the
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"The first venues event will be alive vance joy concert at colorado's red rocks amphitheatre followed by a gotham comedy live show streamed from new york city in partnership with live events platform next vr oculus has also released an entire summer lineup through august twenty seventh that includes a pretty diverse slate oculus is broader entertainment push to make vr both of social experience and a medium that goes beyond just gaming to do that oculus needs to give everyday consumers a reason to own a vr headset and use it regularly live events is a smart way to achieve both especially given that the oculus go headset is a company's first standalone device and cost just one hundred ninety nine bucks that makes it potentially more palatable for the mainstream consumers who have no interest in gaming but who
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Be part of the NBA through the Oculus VR eperience
"The platform called oculus venues was first announced at facebook's f developer conference at the beginning of may it's centered on delivering live events like sporting match catches concerts and comedy shows in a style of streaming tv service but in vr that means viewers effectively get front row seats live shows from the comfort of their home so long as their content with wearing a vr headset for an extended period of time the first venues event will be alive vance joy concert at colorado's red rocks amphitheatre followed by a gotham comedy live show streamed from new york city in partnership with live events platform next vr oculus has also released an entire summer lineup through august twenty seventh that includes a pretty diverse slate of sports matches live shows and movies venues isn't just about giving oculus owners away to watch live event but also trying to recreate the feeling of experiencing that event with other people now to that end venues populates the area immediately around with other virtual avatars to give you the sense of collective viewing experience only live events can provide this is all part of oculus is broader entertainment push to make vr both of social experience and a medium that goes beyond just gaming to do that oculus needs to give everyday consumers a reason to own a vr headset and use it regularly live events is a smart way to achieve both especially given that the oculus go headset is a company's first standalone device and cost just one hundred ninety nine bucks that makes it potentially more palatable for the mainstream consumers who have no interest in gaming but who otherwise may be looking to try out vr for entertainment purposes the
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Panasonic plans to develop cobalt-free car batteries
"Will be a live vance joy concert at colorado's red rocks amphitheatre followed by gotham comedy live show streamed from new york city a full slate of events was announced through august twenty seventh chart pete's latest data indicates direct traffic to websites on mobile is now higher than facebook referred traffic for the first time earlier this year chart beat reported referral traffic from google search was up primarily due to increased mobile traffic overall the majority of yours of websites do arrive directly on desktops qualcomm announced a dedicated chipset for standalone vr and ar headsets the snapdragon x are one can stream four k thirty frame per second content though it won't support free moving six degrees of freedom acc five views ix meta and pico all appeared on stage at the announcement the x are one is meant for low cost low power headsets imager added an unneeded channel which shows video versions of animated gips so you can hear sound sound is off by default and the videos are limited to thirty seconds all users can view the videos while ios users can post them with more platforms to be added soon panasonic said wednesday it plans to develop automotive batteries that don't use cobalt the mineral is expensive because of the few places it can be found principally in the democratic republic of congo in a meeting with analysts panasonic's kenji tamura said the company has cut down cobalt usage substantially and said zero usage is in the near future panasonic supplies batteries to tesla.