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"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

03:00 min | Last month

"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Click on the link and you can send us an audio question or you can send text question through the email interface we take both and if you want to do both that's totally up to you and just a reminder to everybody that we do have social media platforms. We've got a a space nuts. Podcast facebook page. We're on youtube. Where on twitter just about everywhere. But there is a space nuts podcast group on facebook which is completely separate and it's basically run by the listeners. So you might want to join that and have a chat to some people about what you re working on or interested in. People often pose questions to one another and everybody has a lot of financing them. So yeah that's an option to the space and that's podcast group on facebook. Which is worth visiting. Fred that brings us to the end of episode. Two hundred and fifty six. Thank you so much sir. Stay warm if you can and certainly stay dry. I'll do my best undo. Thank you very much and once again. Apologies for the delay. Because of ice and snow at the summit of siding spring mountain indeed indeed nas to say again. Thank you very much. We'll catch you next week. Fred watson astronomer lodge part of the team here at the space nets podcast and beck in mission control. Thank you again to who puts it all together with gaffer tape and duct tape and chicken wa and he does a fabulous job of it. Actually i did work for radio station. That was put together with chicken wire. But that's a whole different story for me andrew dice clay. Thanks again for your time. And for your continued support of space nuts. And we look forward to talking to you again on the next episode. Bye-bye available at apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify. Radio your favorite podcast. You can also stream on demand demand at god stuff. This is another podcast. Production from thoughts dot com a cast powers. Some of the.

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"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

02:59 min | Last month

"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Com. Click on the link and you can send us an audience question or you can send text question through the email interface we take both and if you want to do both that's totally up to you and just a reminder to everybody that we do have social media platforms. We've got a a space nuts. Podcast facebook page. We're on youtube. Where on twitter just about everywhere. But there is a space nuts podcast group on facebook which is completely separate and it's basically run by the listeners. So you might want to join that and have a chat to some people about what you re working on or interested in. People often pose questions to one another and everybody has a lot of financing them. So yeah that's an option to the space and that's podcast group on facebook. Which is worth visiting. Fred that brings us to the end of episode. Two hundred and fifty six. Thank you so much sir. Stay warm if you can and certainly stay dry. I'll do my best undo. Thank you very much and once again. Apologies for the delay. Because of ice and snow at the summit of siding spring mountain indeed indeed nas to say again. Thank you very much. We'll catch you next week. Fred watson astronomer lodge part of the team he at the space nets podcast and beck in mission control. Thank you again to. Who puts it all together with gaffer tape and duct tape and chicken wa and he does a fabulous job of it. Actually i did work for radio station. That was put together with chicken wire. But that's a whole different story for me andrew dice clay. Thanks again for your time. And for your continued support of space nuts and we look forward to talking to you again on the next episode. Bye bye available at apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify. Radio your favorite podcast. You can also stream on demand demand at god stuff. This is another podcast. Production from thoughts dot com a cast powers. Some of the world's.

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"space nets" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"space nets" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Okay so We i think of established that space junk is kind of a problem and not just or the iss not just for satellites. I think one thing we we kind of left out is if these satellites you know crash into each other. There's somebody's dish. Tv gone are you gonna watch likely gonna watch the big game. Then you're not space junk affects us one at all There's all sorts of other things that could happen If our satellite start going out it's not something we want. We also don't want the crew the s to get hurt but also eventually in the future when we go back to the moon and then when we travel beyond the moon We're going to be needing to go in and out of earth's orbit and we don't want there to be some crazy debris field that we have to navigate around or wait to pass or whatever so this is something we need to mitigate right now and it is just beginning to be something that Some of the space agency's not all unfortunately in some countries and some companies are starting to take seriously and figure out how to mitigate. Yeah mean think about space tourism and all these companies like. Hey how'd you like to fly up there for one hundred thousand dollars and risk being plowed into by paint flex paints like being taken out by pain. Flake is just the ones dignified. So the un gets involved a little bit and they say hey. How about every run all you. Companies sending satellites up there. Why don't you promise to remove these things. Twenty five at least twenty five years after the end of their mission and everyone said sure we'll do that u n How are you going to enforce that. And the un says yeah. We're asking nicely though right. All the space agency's kinda slowly in circled the un and then grabbed it and gave it a wedgie but people. I'm kinda joking. But people in these agencies they do not the problem they and they are coming up with things kind of armageddon style. I mean literally space net with you in that movie. I just always thought it was the dumbest thing. Like how am i supposed to believe this. This is how they're going to solve this problem by just blowing this thing up by drilling holes in it and putting bombs and and then the more i read about stuff like this the more i think that's an actual idea that they could do. Yeah i mean we're like maybe a decade off from space mining. I would guess like mining Just i feel like don't wanna give michael bay credit okay for coming up with a plausible thing because i still want to say he's ridiculous. Okay but it's not because they have space nets and they have space harpoons in space magnet and these are some of the things that they actually use to dragged things Close enough to where it falls out of orbit and then ideally burns up. Yeah like Remove debris right year removed. Debris was It was kind of cool. The european space agency said you know what we have. This defunct satellite up there called the inverse at and..

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"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Today is rusty. Pama from w. i which is on the other side of australians. From where i'm sitting. It's that way to murad which means i'm facing south. Sarah would be if i can. Yes and it's good to have russell along some really good questions astute now reminder too if you'd like to follow us on facebook you can do that by logging onto the space. Nats facebook page. Just do a search for space. And that's podcast on facebook and Join us there where we've got a lot of followers. They're now we really building a really big. I think somewhere around two and a half thousand people that are on our facebook page naso. Please join them and become part of that community. You can also join the space nets podcast group on facebook which is a group that was created by space space nuts listeners. So you can all check to each other and far off some questions and answer each other's questions come up with theories and ideas and i love the. I love the way you police everything. Sometimes we'll get an infiltrator in that trying to sell watermelons generally dealt with rather quickly. I must say it's fascinating to watch but anyway we're on just about every social media platform. Of course we'd love to add to our youtube numbers as well so if you prefer to watch as well as listen finest on youtube. Space nats podcast. It's all sorts of options. And thank you for supporting the space. Nats podcasting in whatever way you do and felice numbers are just growing and we just so humbled by the support. I thank you very much now to our next question. Bredow this comes from martin in now. Hey we go. When i was growing up. I live near a dam. We call child chester. Damn now is it tried. Chester chichester chichester andrew. I'm watching from chichester. Which is on the south coast of england and also the birthplace astronaut. Tim peek. i've been thinking about. The ancient that reaches the earth allows us to see back in time to the early universe will our ability to say back in time reduce as lot from the early universe travels past us or maybe if the universe is infinite and expanding is there light from the early universe that will never reach us. That makes sense. Thanks for a great podcast. Martin thank you martin o. ancient light. where's it going. What's it doing how we have we seen it all disappear. Will we all end up in total blackness and never wake up. What's going over those andrew martin's right that a because versus is expanding its expansion is increasing increasing. That's been demonstrated by many many observations in recent years since nineteen ninety when it was first hopes up by people like brian schmidt and others..

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"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

02:53 min | 8 months ago

"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Well we've certainly got very good evidence that the universe was created in Cold the big bang and we don't know what that happened exactly It is fascinating but Yeah the it'd be a lot more to learn from the information that ever laced and if you wanna go hunting four it'll be one of those strange little places where all these reports and information is stored. I think they actually Have told us that is and i have. Yes i think it was night show Nature astronomy thrive. That's the that's the wants of jones you can. It's amazing how easy they used as it is to find these low pay for will need the web's coming days on the You can even find one or two by thread watson to i suspect might be at least five five. Actually have to say that if you did a search in probably find a lot where you've got papers with fifty overs. Frederickson is the last one. But because it won't w if you're looking for afraid always start at the bottom started down. This is the space nets podcast episode two hundred and twenty nine by the way andrew. Dunkley here with professor fred. What's now let's take a little break and find out more about our sponsor express. Vpn right a number one biotech writer. This is the one i use. I've been using it for a couple of years. And i love it when i joined expressive. Ap and now our brand new new to the market. But i read a lot of reviews and did a lot of comparisons and it was just something about the business model that i particularly liked in couple of years down the track on asleep cont complain. Their interface is very easy to use. Their service is second to none. I've had to contact them a couple of times about certain things that i wanted to do and they were brilliant so you may be wondering why do need a vpn at all. It's all about privacy Do you really want big tech companies governments and others knowing what's going on with your online activity even if you're having nothing to hide. It just feels downright creepy. I think you'll agree and governments are getting more and more interested in what you're doing everyday and so yeah protecting your privacy is what. vpn is all about. And how often do you run across websites that you want to get information from only defined that the blocked this is becoming an increasing problem but expressed in some that problem for you now..

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"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Well we've certainly got very good evidence that the universe was created in Cold the big bang and we don't know what that happened exactly It is fascinating but Yeah the it'd be a lot more to learn from the information that ever laced and if you wanna go hunting four it'll be one of those strange little places where all these reports and information is stored. I think they actually Have told us that is and i have. Yes i think it was night show Nature astronomy thrive. That's the that's the watts while jones you can. It's amazing how easy they used as it is to find these low pay for their all. Need the web's coming days on the You can even find one or two by thread watson to. I suspect that it might be at least five five. Actually i have to say that if you did a search in probably find a lot where you've got papers with a list of fifty overs. Frederickson is the last one. But because it won't w if you're looking for afraid always start at the bottom started down. This is the space nets podcast episode two hundred and twenty nine by the way andrew. Dunkley here with professor fred. What's now let's take a little break and find out more about our sponsor express. Vpn right a number one biotech writer. This is the one i use. I've been using it for a couple of years. And i love it when i joined expressive. Ap and now our brand new new to the market. I read a lot of reviews and did a lot of comparisons and it was just something about the business model that i particularly liked in couple of years down the track on asleep cont complain their interface interfaces very easy to use their service is second to none. I've had to contact them a couple of times about certain things that i wanted to do and they were brilliant so you may be wondering why do need a vpn at all. It's all about privacy Do you really want big tech companies governments and others knowing what's going on with your online activity even if you're having nothing to hide. It just feels downright creepy. I think you'll agree and governments are getting more and more interested in what you're doing every day and so yeah protecting your privacy is what. vpn is all about. And how often do you run across websites that you want to get information from defined that the blocked this is becoming an increasing problem but expressed in that problem for you..

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"space nets" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"space nets" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

"We are doing this a bit lazy man. This is kind of fun exciting. We've I've done a couple with you on your show, and now we're going to do it on the mayhem and but it's good to have you on the show and we were just chatting there for a bunch of minutes before we started the official recording, your you've had a wild on today's start there because we're going to talk about philosophy we might as well talk about philosophy. Man. Yeah I guess philosophy and intimacy really aren't. Can't be too divided if you. Like. If I if I guard myself Then, I can't really be talking about the truth for sure truthfulness as a muscle, you have to flex leads you to philosophy so. Yeah the girlfriend moved out and Moved Out of my house and heading out on a big road trip film and a TV show for discovery channel. So Yeah I've got A. I've got a metamorphosis ahead of me. Yes. Sounds like it. You going down to do some some stunt stuff was sketchy I understand. Yup. Going down making, highlighting, TV show, we're GONNA be doing all kinds of different stunts, highline and Space Nets and base jumps, and probably some paragliding maybe some cliff launches and maybe some soaring who knows who knows is that is that going to be a part of the? I. Don't know what they call it down there, but they always have this fall. You. The Turkey Turkey is the base jumping one and G G B Y which stands for Gobble Gobble bitches yeah. That's the island festival. The highline than No that's neither of those are officially happening this year. Okay. I don't know. I. Guess There's a global pandemic or something. I. Heard About I hear about a paint. I don't pay attention too much. Well let's spend a few minutes. We're GONNA talk about the philosophy paragliding, which is ben nerve wracking to me since you pitch this because I'm pretty much the opposite. And I. Yeah. I just do and don't think about it and I'm mindless and a lot of ways in. So I'M GONNA. Let you guide that and I'm just GONNA, say every once in a while like, yeah. Sweet. But before we get to that just for those who don't know I, think a lot of the people in the states of course are familiar with your name but maybe not so much of the listener base 'cause you know paragliding this one of the things you do, but just one, you do a lot of others so. Just briefly you know, why are we talking and? What's your background that allows us to talk together interesting. Okay. We're talking because of big due to be on your show for years now. Persistence pays off. But Yeah so I've grown up in Bend Oregon, which is kind of like adventure Mecca and. Grew up skiing did my I flip on skis when I was twelve and started skipping high school and then college to be on the hill all the time doing freestyle skiing which for me. Looked like the biggest jumps I could find or build and flips skiing backwards loved all kinds of switch tricks end. Yeah and then one year it didn't snow very much here and I learned how to highline highlighting is a type of slack lining. I had been slack line since I was in high school and Learn how to highline and rig these slack lines up. Over the void whether that's from cliffs or Over Kenyans or you name it..

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"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"space nets" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"Love this podcast, support this show through the ACOSS. Supportive HR. It's up to you. How much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. Fifteen seconds guided journal. Ignition. SEQUENCE UH space nuts. Three To. Pablo. report it feels good. Hello and welcome. Thank you for joining us on this edition of the Space Nets podcast episode, two hundred and twelve all about astronomy and space science. My Name is Andrew Dunkley your host and with me again is professor Fred Watson Astronomer Lodge Hello Fred Good Good Day Andrew. How you? I, am well, sir, how you good thanks and the only say Good Morning Which? Might not be appropriate sometimes if people are listening to this podcast I do that's that's the thing about podcasting. People could be listening at any time on any days A. You've got to be a bit generic. Bet Your rum about you, hello. Generic. Hello from me. Fraught with danger specific. But. We'll manage I'm sure we'll manage now before we get into these these topics to today's topic, Fred we. We do WANNA mention that we've we've received a raft of questions. text and And we are going to weigh in the very. We haven't done this for a long time. We are going to in the near future. Do an entire episode dedicated to questions? So why if you've got a question? Want to throw at us in the next week or two Yes, please please send it through, and we'll try and add it to the mix with episode. Two one five will be all questions. All audience questions your chance to unravel the mysteries of the universe courtesy of frayed. Now today we got to talk about a launch that happened the other day. Actually watched this live although I must. Laugh a little at a network that showed it because to come. By. Didn't know what they were looking at. 'cause I would just in a TV studio, and the the host said to the supposed expert..

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"space nets" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We are the biggest entrepreneur platform on the planet. Welcome back to Business Rockstars where we are continuing our conversation with Ray and Byron Booker of look who talk com love the enthusiasm. So we were just talking about during break how you're really disrupting this streaming space through combining music, west content creation. And of course, you're gonna expand much more beyond music, you speak to this. And what your larger vision really is. Well, I again, I like to use. Streaming space net. Flicks is a great study. They were able to see at the time when they came in and was so disruptive to the DVD and VHS business that people were still using DVD's are yes, so DVD's today was ship those in the mail, but there were still call Netflix because they knew ultimately people would consume content on the net and the music streaming has become the final destination for music modernization and consumption. So just as that's happening. We feel like in the future people will wanna get their streaming content cart al-akhar channels, individual networks. News networks, whether it's around comedy or around LGBT or around certain languages that aren't really being being underserved in terms of content. We are top end. Do we gotta Filipino channel? We got LGBT channel. We got a horrid channel you just subscribed for. Ninety nine to ninety nine. Okay. And that's one of the things that we see the teacher is going to be ultimately right now, people will come. It's the Freeman platform. So they can watch a lot of stuff for free. Whether it's short clips for a long, long documentaries. What have you? Oh, but I can subscribe just to this community that identify with. Okay. So that's how you guys fit into where you think the vision is going, right? You're going to have these carte offerings based upon what your interests are. Absolutely. And so that's one of the things you'll notice right away. So you have live news sports. You have a whole plethora of different on-demand assets. And then I can subscribed individual news channel. So that's going to be user experience. And you'll notice a difference right off. We really started in the whole visual albums rates because it's an emerging counter genre, honestly beyond so you had a lot of success in kinda was really a champion for the whole fan. Now, you'll see that that's going to become the norm. A visual on the music is really kind of merging. So why don't we? As look who is being a young innovative company, really try to own space and even push those boundaries farther, which did with redemption, and even in VR, and an augmented reality, we definitely exploring a lot of that stuff in our studio playing with different ideas game social games stuff. We can do only within this digital environment. And so you'll see some really disruptive things come out of Likud, including the whole visual albums race Sarraj's as an artist is that exciting that it's getting into this visual album space. Does it feel like more of an opportunity or does it feel kind of daunting? I mean, the whole evolution in just where everything's going exciting. Now for me just always been television and kind of always been on TV show. Always in the latter reality show to tie in that with the music for me is is dull because I lived in both worlds natural fit for you. Yes. So I'm excited because now you can really you can really embrace the music with something in your mind that seen that's not just three minutes is south pole full story of what you believe in. And whatever story you're trying to tell music now, you can open up a book visually and actually watch it as if you were reading a really good books. All I'm very excited about it. And you know, I'm ready to do my part. Yeah. I think the opportunity right because yes, it's a big TV audience. Is discover new things about his music, citing. Yes, definitely has music fans that perhaps maybe are different than the TV fans, but bringing those worlds together, and they both can appreciate different aspects of him. Is really what I think is dope. I think that's going to be an interesting thing that they're uniquely brings to the whole visual album space. Yeah. Totally and you are working on multiple projects simultaneously. It. Can you give us a little bit of insight behind the scenes to what your world looks like? And some of the businesses you're working on. Well, Ray to is is a new technology transportation company that have which we got the potus bike in America right now. Costs Cudi bike we endorse embody from Diddy to Bieber to the Rams the clippers the Redskins, you know, volt models superstars pacemakers everybody's getting in on the bike. But we really trying to get it to a level where people can use it in their day to day use. Because now it's like a toy people want on the keys karate goes nineteen miles per hour. USB blue tools, you can folded up promises. A really cool thing to have up here. We gotta make. That would be bombed customization part of it is really blowing up right now and just in school bike and in on TV. We still got love and hip hop coming out soon should be out in the next couple of weeks as one a new show cadre Manila on we TV. And then it's a few other projects that are having the works that people just got away for as far as on TV. But other than that is all about redemption. It's all about the visual album come in. I think we've got a six months eight month journey on just promoted and marketed getting it out there. So my four focus right now is just putting putting local where I need to go from my end and doing my part and at the same time Ray Dempsey just putting it on the map. Yeah. And as you alluded to earlier, none of this would be possible. If you didn't have a great team is you do have your hand in so many different projects. Humana. Great budgie. Yeah. Yeah. Can you speak tonight is a budget is important, whether it's a small budget or a big budget. Something gotta give somebody got to come out of the pocket and believe from a financial side, especially creating it from a different hiding who believes and you believe you can touch the stars and the moon, and you know, you got it. You know now somebody has to. Which is supported from financial side, and we will reach a peak, and you put all your money up. And there's no more money to put up, you know, because you might have to take it is Bill in that building take care of your family, you reach a wall. And when somebody comes in and says, we got it from here. Let us help you climb. The stairs having or wherever you believe you can go. That's when the magic really starts happening, and whether it's a record deal or movie deal or just an investor coming into San, hey, there's this much I believe in you. I know the vision is to be involved in a lot of different genres when it comes to content creation, but you're really focusing in developing on music right now, giving your background music and your relationships, can you tell us a little bit about that natural progression from your music industry, your relationships, too, creating this component of look who will argue the short version, basically, I started off as an artist then got became a label owner went into publishing that I did it livestream concerts, and I was able to have success. In in all of those areas, and I really fell in love with business. I fell in love with industry, I fell in love with the creative in the business that I really had a passion for both. So when I saw where media was going in general, and I saw where the music business was going really when I was trying to figure out how could be a leader and innovator in the music sprays. I started looking at more of the contents based to digital space and the lives became more blurred. So now, you have companies even like Spotify title that are are trying to do movies and visual albums and stuff like that. Because I think even they recognize, and I embrace it because I had a lot of same foresight and just of confirms were icy the media going, and it was like, why don't I just learn this whole space. So when when I created look who I saw were cable cable industry was going terms of content music streaming was going. I said they look who can be something distinct. It can be something that's different. It could be something that we are part of the community. Creators to kind of create define what it was gonna meet anyone is going to be. And so that that's what really inspired me to transform Likud. Cool. So fun learning about how you're disrupting this space. Thank you so much for your time Ray day. Thank you. Best of luck. Can we check it all out very fuel? Yeah. Absolutely. We are.

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"space nets" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"So I I don't think Trump will step into that trap. But we'll see if it shuts down with the end of the week. He'll just pay him off. Yeah. Thank you. Karen? South Florida morning show. I love the fact that Pence is going to be a Cape Canaveral. He thought it was for something different. It was like like what did you go to Florida in December? And he was like, oh, we're coming tomorrow Lago here for Christmas. Finally, no, you work in turn right around. Crispy cream. He's going to be there for the one shot. It'll be it'll be very good. It's it's we'll be out on the porch. I'll drag you out there. See it actually why. Nine AM flight of fine with that. Yeah. It is these two AM ones you keep talking about those are actually it's the ones that night that are that are far more spectacular could see those. I can see this is their little rockets and everyone's used to what the, you know, like this shuttle rockets were they had this huge booster rockets. So you could see it for miles and miles and is very large. These are little skinny rockets long skinny legs, and they leave little vapor trails. So you're expecting this big spectacular thing. And it's not magic legs who, Dan. All right. That'll be cool, though luck going on. And we'll see what Penn says if the vice president is there. This is great news for Cape Canaveral means more projects around the way, more jobs. That's why we talk about these space launches. But you know, what just just think in this year alone? We have probably had a good twenty launches from the Cape. Oh, yeah. If not more. So remember when the shuttle program shutdown though that place was dead. It was like it was like one of those old ghost towns from the bits from. It was terrible. You could have bought a great condo on the ocean for about fifty bucks. Now me and you both now it's it's it's coming back. It's booming. But you ever wonder how much junk is flying around up there? There's a lot. It's apparently a big problem. Unlike a billion pounds of. Oh, yeah. And it's got to come down one of these days. Need a big space pool. Skimmer all this stuff that Japanese company has that big space net that they're talking about. Like, a rocket with a big like parachute fish-net parachute. That's awesome. It just sucks up everything. Like, you know, your pull thing, you're right. That's great. Today. Rugby? Traffic. Picking up a real satellite. No, I guess they'll be. This is why we're in radio Matt skills, like rocket science. Not Jimmy Komi spoke yesterday spoke to House Republicans. He was outraged by their questions how they here comes the big morality speech above.

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"space nets" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Also the folks are Meeks make use of dot com. Have you know come up with these great articles talking about ways to help productivity. And I typically try to keep my chrome install is lean as possible because it seems like the more extensions you add, it just has a tendency to. Can you get loaded up? But there's nine extensions here being suggested by the folks make use of dot com. That can turn your Google Chrome into a multitasking machine, and it goes from everything from organising, bookmarks, your tabs, resizing tabs, a session management being. We'll take notes on the fly, some t- to do tasks, that type of stuff, a screen capture tools. I still I'm a big, big fan of snag it. I know it's not free, but that's with on on all my computers here is snagged both PC and windows. So when a good productivity article by the folks at make use of dot com. How many you fly jet blue hummy fi jet blue first class, how many of you don't use the jet blue open back Grado headphones that they give their first-class customers. The key when I fly is when I put in my head. Phones and I flipped the white noise switch switch. I want to shut things down a little bit. I don't want to you too much noise. Don't wanna be all. Yup, sh I don't want to hear that. So why would they punish their customers with open back headphones? Doesn't make any sense. I bitch, they don't get used that much to be honest with you. Remember the enter to a a television program year entering the twilight zone. Well, Gordon peels by late soon as rebooting his coming to CBS off access next year, and they've got a little bit of a a, a premier video that they've shared on on Twitter kind of gives a taste of what's coming to the twilight zone. Some kind of curious how this is going to be. Of course, twilight zone was on, television's most renowned shows back in the nineteen between nineteen Fifty-nine in nineteen sixty four and it got a certain cult following. I remember even when I was in the eighties repeats of the twilight zone. I don't. I haven't seen a twilight zone re air or syndication many, many years. I'm sure they're out there, but this'll be kind of cool to have a modern version of the twilight zone. The New York Post is reporting that a British satellite has successfully demonstrated an easy way to clean up space junk. It's called the remove debris satellite, and it re it deployed a huge nut. Yes, Annette in space that affect the captured. It's target marking the first time. Debris removal has ever been used. A re a debris removal system has been used in space, and it's quite a tantalizing of video. And I, I've got a lot of questions on this and I wanna read up a more about it because what they're doing, they're shoot nece net out. It's grabbing whatever they have captured. It wraps itself around gets kind of tangled up. Are they designed to pull that thing in or have they got it. So the trajectory of it pushes it back to d orbits, I don't know, but it's pretty tantalizing. See it, and this is how they're going to clean up space. Looks like they've got a pretty cool idea here. But anyway, you watch video no loop a bit. You watch it more than twenty times. I did. So are you going to be standing in line at an apple store. Well, delivery is going to be bringing food hungry fan boys queuing up to buy I phones. So you know that stems sure. Lot of people are going to be lining up to buy gadgets, and they're saying that the they'll be there to deliver food and a little bit of a a marketing ploy. I don't even think deliver d. I l. v. e. r. o. is available even here in Hawaii. But if it's where you are than be available for you to get some food while you're standing in line. This should be a bit of a wakeup call. Google and Facebook. I think about this Google and Facebook control half of the US digital advertising, half one half of the digital advertising online advertising in ad. Sales is going to surpass a hundred billion dollars and to think that. Google and Facebook will capture fifty billion of that should tell you something right. How much time are we spending on Google and unfazed book. Said a credible number. It really really is, and it just goes to show you hear that in all likelihood of the scraps are just being left over for everyone else. And

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"space nets" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Jillian barberie had a with whom junior is telling me oh i happen to restaurant apparently barberie in the drive home it's the nonstop news blitz lauren there's a party where it's called a horse fair what i don't think i want to go anywhere where people or strangers have sex with bags over their heads fine though swinger party with people just drunk basically that's what it is fixed too can mark what i don't know i'm trying to germany a lot of it goes on in germany germany or florida it's known as the horse fair concept of a sex party where ten dis enter as either the stallion the top or the mayor the bottom and the mayors have to arrive a half hour early check their clothes and are led to a quote stable wait a minute there blindfolded with a garbage bag you know it's so funny i looked it up online of what comes up is an ancient irish tradition hundreds balance definitely a newer bellina slow horse fair oh no no no come up on wikipedia and it's so funny i mean it sounds hilarious to me but it's going on in germany you know it's always europe that has all the crazy stuff we're not always just strictly that it's also florida president obama if you're wondering what happened to him lately he was up in san francisco visiting the airbnb office we're all distracted by north korea and harvey weinstein and obama was visiting the officers airbnb to meet with the company's ceo who he debuted a presidential ambassador for global entrepreneurship airbnb ceo brian chessy invited president obama to participate in a discussion at airbnb headquarters earlier today president obama and bryan have a relationship going back to two thousand fifteen at first they were sorry this is not part of his quote but at first reports of the performer president who just signed a deal with low scotto space net flicks along with former first lady michelle obama to produce shows they're coming out of the adobe office in soma but it turns out he was actually at airbnb wouldn't it be great if when they're shooting their show at netflix or whatever they're staying in an airbnb people have to rate them oh you did you say let's find the toilet and they toasts that we said is is the name of.

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"space nets" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on Here & Now

"The allcash aspect of this make a difference it makes a difference in terms of who fox wants to go with in terms of these two suitors because all cash carries a tax liability that the stock offer from disney does not even though the value is significant significantly higher with comcast soffer no government regulators have raised concerns about a different merger att at and t time warner i mean this one is another potential giant media merger would either company be more likely i mean comcast versus disney to get the government to sign off on the deal it just might have a harder time because they already own espn and if they get these regional fox networks that focus on sports along with fx and some of these other properties there might be concerned that they could push up the cable rates that people pay and that that's too much power that's concentrated in that one entity so they might have a slur slightly a harder road to go in terms of their competition with comcast now we know that more people are using streaming services such as net flicks and that legacy cable channels maybe they're losing viewers over time and the seems like obviously to be an almost inevitable trend with technology i mean what does the fact that there's competition over this deal signal about the the media industry overall you know it means that content is king you've got all of these old school traditional companies that are trying to stay in the game and they're trying to corral as many sources of content high quality content that they can find so that they can compete on in this news streaming landscape i mean netflix has one hundred million paying subscribers around the world and so you've got to you know get in that space net flicks has the new deal with the obamas shonda rhimes and so this is really the future of where people are going for their entertainment i mean i'm seeing here that twenty first century.

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"space nets" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"This will be a good year for trump which i will try and regurgitate now but the the quickness about it well unites the so you go have faith of any um even when it's so sorely tested who talking about faith does the big question to that unity and also tried nominal order korean phenomenon are the north and south koreans currently up pyongyang could have some kind of joint celebration watch this space nets moved to india um a fairly spectacular bank fraud yes one point eight billion dollars worth of bank fraud i mean this is epic proportions it dwarfs the the few hundred million dollars the went astray in various european bank frozen rogue trader activity that kind of thing perpetrated by a man called mr moody no relation the prime minister who runs a a series of jewish shops include won't drawers entitled diamonds are us it turns out that he had got in cahoots with at least ten staff of the punjab national bank who shooing what a cold letters undertaking uh on his behalf and that of undertaking is effectively a bank guarantee sent to other banks who on the basis of this were advancing money to mr mode is rather large sprawling business empire the joy the scam was that no money actually left pulled up national bank but of course it was occurring liabilities all the time because people would eventually call these letters but brazil will be the scammers worked out the by the time that up and they were going to take in the money and run anyway india's central bureau of investigation has been called in ten people arrested hours ago a mode is offices were raided he's put out a rather weak statement saying he'll find the money and pay everybody back i do that many people believe that but the rest of india is reeling amid india as a whole the state bank system in particular remember is struggling anyway a because it found early this year ralph a last year other that it had got these huge nonperforming.

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"space nets" Discussed on What the Tech

What the Tech

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on What the Tech

"Does it 'cause you notice it it's sticken right out onto the screen yeah um the issues is it a problem and the answer is no and i would say especially in home skin well and many ups to you get that status bar information on either side of it so the art the clock in the uh you know the wireless in the wifi signal strengthen the battery it fits in at those little spaces net that's okay it's more of a problem on fullscreen experiences like movies where you don't want to have that information don't have it in what you'd what you've got is this thing intruding into the side of the video unless you double tap it and make it not occupy the whole screen which was the point of the device wasn't it these the whole screen no i'm not i'm not going to watch movies of the six who cares near who cares and i i i i it's it's interesting i'm curious to see where they fall next year with the new device you know i i think what we're gonna see next year is a an iphone se small town right small one now will they use this designed for that i would argue that they should i i think they should i think that'd be cool and i think they need to do a pro in there you go there she three phones and i that's all they need to do i don't expect them to do that that's what i hope and wish they would do but will they do it no i mean apple does the rhone quirky kinda weirdness say they always do their own thing you know i think you know what i think next moves going to be thinking to bring that designed the no more touch idea on the ipads scott oh that's the other thing that's right vessels have a great opportunity that right near ready they could they have the space.

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"space nets" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"Weird looking at traditional people to he ever apologize okay makes you feel what you love r i love tzitziashvili said yes it was it caesar who said um if you have a punchline always put a cut or a cia in it like if you have punching g choose a word like shaq akon correct it's always going to connect on him with cambridge kharlamov without the means you oh he did yeah he did up so now on i i know that we're about to wrap it up at you you also have this interactive uh bribery out and working ara what's it called skull defrost and had should be coming out i don't know exactly when we've been working on we shot in five days two years of post while because this is a new technology of firm virtual reality where you put on glasses and you look around your inside the movie we got uh my friend bruce davis from cartwright from uh o one of the most prolific actress zargar's you have what you know her sister was in land of loss in space net but veron it was also a child actor in all of these movies and she continues to work do they you know in um oh oh she's been in i think both invasion of the body snap snatchers she was in the sit 1978 she had a scary at a hell jeez in the 1970s eight hours is a key for sutherland's father what's his name did donald said yes yes yes and uh and then she's also in the m a nikki kidman are being expanded its kid miller's an elevations she plays a role in that we have harry hamlin and we have pro weather's her own wow paula creed yeah yeah and and produced by and starring a tenant frederick whose the wife of.

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"space nets" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"space nets" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Perhaps this is why the kiss sweetens the mouth the lips land ever so likely on the inside taste of another being you can taste the wet clinging of their taste moi snus into your own liquidity and your tongue can penetrate and search out that pink cave edged with teeth that kauch from the silenced the cords of consonant to weave through the vowed spaces nets to catch the whispers of the heart mm i would like to hear that the work you to inc's and workplaces it seems to me am in a strange way in the twentyfirst century miss culture at least in a some of the some of the most greatest intimacy and community we have or fail to have this with our colleagues at work a and because we spent so much time at work and it so defines us our souls the light and darkness of our souls as on display at work and yet israel question about how do we honor that sort of in ourselves and in others and remain professional i don't know if that's what you get at in your in your work with corporations but that's kind of on my mind because of of notes metal modern i'm yeah am i think you're right i mean we spend over one third of our lives actually in the workplace and one of the loneliest things you can find is somebody who is in the wrong kind of work who shouldn't be doing what they're doom but should be doing something else and have the courage to get opened levers and make a new possibility for themselves.

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