22 Burst results for "Strada"

State Deploys COVID-19 Rapid Mobile Testing Unit To 13 School Districts, Including Billerica Memorial High School NW Of Boston

WBZ Overnight News

01:41 min | 4 months ago

State Deploys COVID-19 Rapid Mobile Testing Unit To 13 School Districts, Including Billerica Memorial High School NW Of Boston

"Stephanie Chan tells us how school districts that have in person learning are preparing to test since coronavirus cases are going up in students of returning to the classroom, especially for the holidays. Testing is going to be so important. That's why Bill Rick, a school committee chairman, says mobile rapid testing sites are so helpful here. The state's rapid mobile testing unit has been deployed to 13 school district so far, including Bull Rika Memorial High School. We suspect there was one case of in school transmission so and that triggers it and to control the potential covert cluster. The state turned the high school gymnasium into a testing site for one day last week available only for students and faculty free of charge. Will Riker School Committee chairman Mark If Strada E O called it a valuable resource you have to pay $160, I think is the going rate up here. That's a lot of money the people if it was made available through a state program. All school district's. I think that helps everybody. Schools in Boston Western Lawrence have also called on the state for its testing units deployed on Lee if their suspicion of spread in the classroom here in Bull Rika, the school superintendent, says of the 221 covert tests Given out at the high school, not one came back positive. Straw Audio says This tool should be more widely available not only in emergency situations because the goal here is to keep kids healthy and in the classroom if

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Start Slower: Apply a Negative Split Strategy

Daily Sales Tips

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Start Slower: Apply a Negative Split Strategy

"To Strada who has a ton of athletes fleet data including a lot of my own January nineteenth is quitters day. That's the day that the largest number of people break their New Year's resolutions tient nineteen days. Last I checked a year is three hundred sixty five days long then. Twenty twenty is actually three hundred sixty six days long because this is a leap year. This reminds me a lot of some really bad races. I've run I started out way too fast and totally flamed out. The whole rest of the race ended up being one. Big Struggle. Seems like the same things going on here and I've certainly been guilty of this. Whether it's been the start of a new year or starting out in a new role I've busted out sprinting at an unsustainable pace the solution to all this is another racing strategy called the negative split Wikipedia. GPA describes the negative split as a racing strategy that involves completing the second half of a race faster than the first half it's defined by the intentional Setting of a slower initial pace followed by a gradual or sudden increase of speed towards the end of the race. Same article suggests that the advantages check this strategy are that it helps build discipline subverting. The natural instinct to begin running as fast as possible. Progressively increasing speed in any race allows the runner to focus on passing each person running directly ahead in every race. That I've personally done well in and felt good about. This is why it went well. I started out conservatively and was able to continually build speed and momentum throughout and with any luck still had enough for a solid sprint sprint. The finish so think about how this might apply to your year. I don't remember if I've talked about this publicly or not. But most of what I do can be better here. Described as habits setting rather than goal setting. I know that if I'm consistent in my habits and core activities that the resulting goals become more or less automatic the key is consistency. It's pointless setting up activity goals. That are only sustainable for a short period of time instead instead I personally think it makes more sense to start at a pace that slower than what you know. You can maintain than slowly incrementally Kelly and methodically continued to build and build until you are just a monster of execution. I believe this is a far more sustainable Strategy that will keep you from giving up on your new personal strategy after just nineteen days and instead put you on track to keep it going for one hundred ninety ninety days and beyond and not. Just keep it going but continuing to build building your endurance your stamina your confidence and if you do all that it's almost impossible missile to not achieve the results you desire. Maybe you've already fallen off yourself. Happens to all of us. Don't feel like you're done for the rest of the year and give up that's nuts. January first is totally artificial. Look at your own planned actions and do a reset or maybe you're still on track but you know you're on a collision course with burnout or another issue. Reevaluate those goals and give some thought to potentially backing off a bit for now and giving yourself some room to grow. There's just something psychologically gratifying about achieving consistently at ever increasing rates it builds a ton of confidence which becomes a powerful positive feedback. Loop that keeps you going instead of putting yourself in a position where after just just a couple of weeks you feel like a failure and feel like you've messed up yet again which is a downward negative spiral that you definitely don't want to associate with

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Transients: What They Are and Why They Matter

Astronomy Cast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Transients: What They Are and Why They Matter

"That sometimes the universe changes things move things explode things brighter. Dimmer in fact, knowing this has helped strong numbers. Discover some very important aspects of the universe today. We begin a two part series on transients and the role in Strada me. Our Pamela transients. So the what's the plane here? We're going to do inside the solar system this week. And then next week we're going to cover outside the solar system, and it will probably be to episodes. I don't know outside the solar system almost feels like a third episode. So this may turn into three and you're like, what should I do? But I wonder if it's like solar system, and then Milky Way and then extra galactic transients. But who knows okay, we'll sort as we go. Yeah. Yeah. Always are multi-part series. Have no fixed ending. So what is it transient? Put most simplistically it is something in your astronomical data that is there one moment and gone. The next where one moment might be several minutes to several days, but not very long at all. And this is a this is it really feels like we are moving into this new age of astronomy up into this point. You had everything took so long you go out, and you take your your telescoping. You would set it up, and you would take a picture, and you get the galaxy or the star or whatever does it you're taking a picture of in. You would study it. But the reality is that the sky is changing from night tonight. Things are getting brighter. Things are getting dimmer. Things are exploding things are crashing into each other things are disappearing, and it's these it's these moments that are time based that are really hard to catch. And it's only with our modern technology now. Now that were starting to really get her handle on on

"strada" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on Forever35

"And this was a recipe actually this one and the chickpea soup or both from the New York Times. And then this there's a spinach and cheese Strada that it's kind of like the naughty cousin of the Keene wok casserole because the chemo one is like keen won- right ostensibly healthy, and this is sort of like, rich and delicious I've made it for brunch. A couple times, and it's always a big hit. Okay. And that's a spin kitchen recipe six smitten kitchen, and I mean, the best come on. Okay. Here's another just Fave that isn't like a specific recipe. But this is how I make it. Soft scrambled eggs teaches the way store. Okay. First of all, I think most people eat their eggs way to overdone. Do you? Remember that you in Jenny Hong talked about your like secret to scrambling eggs, we interviewed her rights, and she had the same secret that you. Have. So you just whisk together eggs, salt, eggs salt. And I I like with a dash of milk. And if you wanna make them extra rich, you can add an extra yoke or and this really like enhances the flavor this from one you both spoke about it. And then. You use a nonstick pan. And you cook it over extremely low heat around ten minutes us like a rubber spatula buyers. Patients patients. Yes, you do not want these like diner eggs that are just like thrown on a hot Griddle. You know, what I need mix? Yeah. So you I like for the first few minutes, you'll be like these are not even cooking. But they are. And you need to a rubber spatula because you want to be very gentle with them. And then for the last minute, you can remove the x from the heat and added in a Pat of butter Dory. It's like so. Rich sounds good there. Also nice to it's also nice to put some chives on top shirts, chopped chives. I like these eggs runny super soft preferably served with buttered toast on top of rhetoric buttered toast by running D mean like wet snow. No, just the very solved. Yeah. I I was going to use the word glue e but that's unappetizing. But it's like, the it's I having trouble describing the consistency. Because it's not that they're not cooked, but they're soft. I know what you mean. Yeah, they're fluffy. They're not even really fluffy. They're just soft. They're soft. They're so. Good. I'm like as like for dinner, others typing this out last night. I was like, oh now I really want some sauce cream almost maids watching your face as you were describing them you like almost went into kind of like a euphoric base there. So good. Okay. So here this last recipe. My mom made me a little cookbook a few years ago. I love the mom made cookbook with her like Goto home cook in restaurants. Register a true treasure. She put a picture of me on the front from when I was like two years old. I'm wearing tigger sunglasses, and I'm like stirring, something. I know I've always liked to cook. What can I say? Okay. So she included this recipe for flank steak that came from my grandmother grandmother, plus her soul, that's her dead soul. It's not exactly known for her culinary talents. I love this recipe so much. Here's the recipe. The ingredients are one flank steak at half a bottle of wishbone Italian dressing. Good instructions, marinate overnight or all.

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"strada" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"On March twenty fourth nineteen thirty three three days after the Nazis forcefully took over the most publishing empire essay soldiers grabbed her Newson on the way to his performance. The soldiers demanded on Newson give them the IOU's he'd collected from hell door fan other Nazis Honasan refused. And he was driven to pop Strada prison where the clairvoyant offered to exchange. The I o use for the money. He was owed the Nazis refused. When Hanson was released later that night. He went home to find his apartment had been ransacked. Not sure. What to do he called his ex wife L Freda for advice? She was actually his third ex wife. They divorced the year before in nineteen thirty two, but he still turned to referred vice he was on the phone with her when essay major Wilhem oast arrived with more stormtroopers. I don't know what to do. Fritzy? Should I get a lawyer? Fritzy, fritzy Newson you're under arrest. My dear oast that cannot be true. Don't make jokes like that. What I've helped you so many times where are the papers there in my study. My boy can get them. Get the papers from the safe. I'm so sorry. We have to do this. You've helped me plenty. But I have my orders here. They are just take them and go door Phil door on good good. This is all of them. I swear this is all of them. I believe you. Take him. I gave you what you want. I'm sorry, Eric, I have my orders. The orders came from the new leader of the essay Berlin, Karl Ernst host and Ernst had met earlier that day to decide what to do about Newson while owes to argue that Han Newson deserved mercy arms wanted him dealt with especially in light of reports that high Newson had been bragging that he had bribes top Nazi officials held ORF host and arms himself, according to theory, put forth by author Arthur maga-, it was Ernst to gave the order for Newson to be dealt with. And so for the second time that day a nuisance found himself dragged out to pop straw prison. This time the trooper shot him in the abdomen neck and head. They drove his body outside of Berlin. And dumped it in the woods. Once again, this theory seems relatively logical. But we are lacking significant evidence to say for sure a particular. Problem we run into when looking at the troubling case of Erik Jan Newson is that we don't know just how deeply involved in the Nazi party. He was some of claimed he was on the periphery a loyal wealthy patron who liked to throw lavish parties, but some say that Han Newson had a close relationship with Adolf Hitler himself. Just how close they might have gotten has been heavily debated over the years, but it certainly would have been in nuisance best interest to ally himself with Hiller keep in mind that when nuisance started allying himself withheld ORF in March nineteen thirty to the Nazis weren't in control of Germany. It wouldn't be until that year's July elections, the Nazis would become the largest party in the German parliament, even if they were still not in control of the government. But when hana's and started working his way into the Nazi hierarchy the Nazis still needed allies. And they could certainly find a use for the skills of pot. And charismatic entertainer like Han. Ooh. Sohn?.

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"strada" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"And you've been really good about that like even. And like on Strada, you still like post all your stuff? But it just be like I went on a walk. And it's that. Yeah. It's like, it's okay. And I think for for people that get into running and then become obsessed with running and it's one race after another you feel like you're you're superhuman. And you think you're never gonna hit that injury. And especially when playing bass, oh, got me. I could do whatever I. It's not gonna prevent me. Whatever everything you've had to learn that lesson the hard way from trying to go back to soon, which I think is a really cool thing. Like, I feel alright like I'm gonna go hit it again. And then never heal letting like obligation. Let no race obligation sort of of push me ahead like before. I was ready because I I had a race on ahead a race on horizon. That's why I kept going try to man. Inter a mountain hundred mile that I wanted to do sit timber right? Like man, I have enough time to get if I if I take two more weeks, I'm not going to be able to base. All right. So to the to the kind of huge media events that occurred in your life since the last time, we spoke is, and you mentioned, it you landed the cover of runner's world magazine, which is crazy. Right. And then unrelated to that really you ended up on good Morning America. Because of this face Facebook group that you create dogs balls start with the runners world thing. Yeah. That was crazy like a bunch of people on social media. Like tagging me in this thing that this promotion runners rose doing like a cover photo contest and wanted to be an and it was a bunch of before. And after is up being, but that wasn't the theme of the deal. But anyway, it was just about you running story. And so I was like, okay. I'll do that put my running story in there about my spent specifically with the crescent city classic, and you know, that racist. So because okay. So in the very beginning the first race, I ever did was the ten k the crescent city classic in New Orleans, and it took me like an hour and forty three minutes and that race that that distance became like a like sort of like a indication of something to me like I chose. On like what you were still in your journey of losing. That was a part. I one lost some weight. But the first one I still weighed like three thirty three forty something like that. And the first one that's why took me an hour and forty minutes to do a ten K, and then the next year of so my story the next year I wanted to do under an hour, and I got that on and that sort of set me off in to trying to be a better runner. We've sent me to you and all this other stuff, and then the Nick, and then the next year I wanted to get a poster for the first time in and this race if you there's thirty thousand entrance. So if you get a top five hundred finish you get a special commemorative poster, and it's like a big deal New Orleans if you're running and you New Orleans like you gotta post this year. That's the thing. Like, we want to know if I wear are. Oh, you you're not you didn't read it bolster. Okay. So the next year. Right. And so I was like starting to get into running circles. Right. And starting to understand it. And I was like I want to them and got a poster that attempts three thousand third I had no idea about a poster until I was training a break fifty minutes in the third when that's what I was really wanting to do in the third one was the break fifty minutes. But what wound up happening is, bro? Like forty around forty six in change in training. And in the people that are ran that with said, dude, you should probably try to get posted this year. Yeah. And then he's like if you could run sub forty five you could probably get a poster. So that third year ran forty three a week says like an hour and three years..

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"strada" Discussed on This is Product Management

This is Product Management

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on This is Product Management

"Business. I felt was an interesting. Ng concept for podcast. I think being absolutely genuine when it comes to talking to your users is the best methodologies when we reach out to our customers for feedback. I literally tell them I'm not trying to upsell you. I'm not trying to commit to use their product for our own edification for our own business. It would help if we get your feedback. The genuine direct honest route really seems to be affective, especially in a BB case. And of course, like I said before free service cards never hurts. But you know, what mean gets great about our industries that generally speaking, everyone is really likes to be helpful. And so there's a huge pay it forward culture. I think in our ecosystem and people are always willing to help. If you take the time to ask them. So what am I reading right now, I saw Hamilton for the first time about a month ago, and inspired me to pick up the Hamilton biography by Ron Chernow, and I've been fascinating my reading that book because it paints the founding fathers and Hamilton in particular as almost entrepreneurs, I don't know if you've have you seen the show highly recommend going to see it. But it talks a lot about taking advantage of the moment in the opportunity. There's song called my shot, and they come back this over and over throughout the show. And in the book is well about how Hamilton's always looking for an opportunity. Always looking for entrepreneurial moment where he can go and do something and create something lasting something meaningful something, and I can't help a read that book and think about how these guys would be considered entrepreneurs certainly non Troms of starting government or revolution. But in terms of if they were alive today. Those guys would be entrepreneurs. A new product and using outside of work. Well, this one is in Asli new for me, but one of my favorite apps on my phone unrelated to work is a Strada Strada is a social network for athlete. So if you're a runner or biker, it's really the only social network that I use regularly, and it's also such a positive manifestation of social networking. I feel better after using it because if I use it in a gopher run Ilaga, my stats and its shares it with my friends, and I can see what they've run inspires me to get out in from in front of the computer and go do things outside it. I think it's a great application of social networking, especially in an environment today where there are some not so positive attributes coming of social networking. It's one of the only Implementation's of it that I think

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"strada" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"And one of the things I want to talk about this is several different ways of looking at failure. And diving into failure for one now that I understand the process and how it works. When I know that failure is part of the learning process when I have the choice to walk into the unknown wanting and willingly I can. Commit to the process, and I know what is going to happen. And so by committing to the process, I open myself up with a good sense of humor of how this is going to go. So I can laugh in the procedure. And enjoy it for what it is. Because there's some of the best labs some of the best moments. The best inside jokes. You're gonna build with their accountability buddy in these moments, and we have many from this training. The other thing is when you have a healthy outlook about it. And you understand how it works. Then you can partake in overreaching, which is a is a difficult thing. You don't want. If you don't understand how this works overreaching and coming up short can destroy you can work in the opposite way. However, if you understand how failure works how the learning process works. You can subscribe to overreaching because to push yourself in the farther than you ever been before. Four knowing that coming up short, very well may happen. But you're pushes you farther than you would ever have been. And it's and the only time that I would suggest overreaching is when you've fully understand how the learning process works, and you're able to do that in a healthy manner. In fact, a lot of people Bill Gates is one who supports overreaching, in fact know, this is a guy who was selling software that he didn't even have because he loved that idea of going for something so extreme, but you have to have a healthy attitude about it in order for that to work. Yeah. And this idea of either, oh, my God have a great sense of self pity or completely dismissed the failure. That is your brain trying to protect you from the pain, but it actually doesn't serve you. So throwing a self pity party or pretend. Ending failure. Didn't happen is not a healthy way. To learn that growth and learning process the Johnny was talking about an overreaching now. Here's the other side of this, right? If our brain tells us that we're gonna fail and embarrass ourselves. And then we do it. It's going to hone in on that. I told you this would happen, but don't ever do that again. So this is not how growth happens, and it's not how healing happens either in order to be able to grow we need to learn from the failure. And do that we first need to process the failure and order to heal. We do accept the blow to the ego and then accept the feeling and move on. And here's some simple ways that we can do this now number one, we're big proponents of journaling and even in this race training. We used an app called Strada, which was journaling. Yeah. It was rocking our result. Where we ran. What our splits were and overtime..

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Strada Pelley Talia, Westminster and India discussed on Eamonn Kelly

Eamonn Kelly

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Strada Pelley Talia, Westminster and India discussed on Eamonn Kelly

"Nine year old man accused of driving his car. And pedestrians, and cyclists in Westminster has been charged. With attempted murder satellite cater from Birmingham. Was arrested after a vehicle Lynn crashed into security barriers outside the houses. Of parliament three people were injured in the incident last

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"strada" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I don't know if he, oh, I g is addressed that. I think that would be an interesting question. Did they intentionally keep it down because it wasn't going there? Never. Do. We know there were a lot of phony comments, some from members of congress that weren't really from the members of congress in that era, -tated congress a little bit Snapchat source go. This is the annals of hacking snap shores snaps. Source code has been leaked. It was briefly published on get hub was the IOS of version. It's was pulled down immediately cease and desist get hub, pulled down the whole thing. Nevertheless, I'm sure people got a copy of it. In fact, according to motherboard, some people are actively trading the Snapchat source goal that usually ends up badly not doing well. They're they're falling. Users feel bad for them. I'm still using it good news, the Pentagon that restricted the use of fitness trackers in secure facilities. Well. Bits. Remember with Strada and people were able to figure out where secret Pentagon installations, defense department is relations were because, well, it turns out soldiers like to stay fit, fit bit running around the perimeter of their basis, and they could actually map it pretty pretty well. So it's about time. I think one general said, what is you can find them the quote, I, I read it somewhere. You mean people are what. He said, I thought it was banned, so they immediately put out a memo banning it US military troops and other defense personnel at sensitive basis or certain high risk warzone areas will not be allowed to use features on fitness trackers cell phone apps that reveal their location, a new Pentagon order. Whoops are are they even allowed to carry cell phones? Because of course, cases terrier when you go the Pentagon, do you have to like you can carry a cell phone, but then if you go to a skiff secure compartmental right for mission the then you would leave your phone outside. They have been everybody's umbrella been? No, it's usually like little post office. Yeah, here's a cubby. Get your little, you know, keys an individual cubby. Don't just all otherwise. How can you tell they all look the same, right, right. Oh..

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Star witness Rick Gates testifies against former boss Paul Manafort

24 Hour News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Star witness Rick Gates testifies against former boss Paul Manafort

"Vehicles back, on the witness stand today Rick gates the government's star witness in the financial fraud trial of, Paul Manafort President Trump's former campaign chairman AP correspondent Chad day is covering the, trial, at the, federal courthouse. In Alexandria Virginia Richard gates longtime deputy Paul Manafort the former Trump campaign chairman testified here against his former boss telling jurors that they had orchestrated a scheme to conceal millions of dollars in proceeds from Ukrainian lobbying in offshore. Accounts that they hid from the IRS gates also acknowledge having embezzled. Hundreds of thousands of dollars from Manafort gates is expected, to face a. Bruising cross examination today Day by manafort's lawyers President Trump is punishing Iran beginning. Today are Warren Levinson explains. This formal order is a follow up to the US, withdrawal from the, Iran, nuclear deal which Trump again blasted statement is horrible in. One sided, the first set of reimposed sanctions focuses on the Iranian auto and metals industries the second reimposition, targeting banking and oil is set to take effect in November fourteen thousand firefighters, are, now battling, eighteen major. Fires burning thousands of square miles throughout California the biggest fires are north of San Francisco in court today a man arrested at a desolate compound in New Mexico where eleven children had been living in squalid conditions Siraj Eban. Wa son was among the children living there say Shorty's there are. Primaries in several states today this is AP radio news The, Pentagon is restricting the. Use of fitness trackers and other devices because of concerns that. Troops and other defense personnel could be tracked the Pentagon. Is restricting the use of, fitness trackers are cellphone applications at sensitive basis or in certain high risk warzone areas a memo obtained by the Associated Press. Does not expressly, banned fitness trackers or other electronic devices. But it says apps on personal or government issued devices must be turned off. In certain operational areas in January the Pentagon took note when the GPS tracking. Company Strada published the global heat map showing the, locations of subscribers destroy his fitness service. Around the world Mike Rossier Washington a powerful storm that pummeled, the Colorado zoo with hail yesterday injured fourteen people and killed at least two animals there was hail in, the general area, the size of softball sayeth authorities doesn't vehicles in. The zoos.

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"strada" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Darrell moody and i'm marsha taylor this morning a florida fish and wildlife officers are searching for a gator that attacked him in last night at barnett park off colonial drive this victim is very lucky has injuries are said to be nonlifethreatening but it could have been a lot worse that was at barnett park around seven last night when he went into the lake to retrieve an object and was bit on the leg now this is right near a ball field where kids come and practice sports so it's got a lot of parents in the area nervous but after you see says they will stay at the park until the gator is trapped samantha jordan news ninety six point five wdbo we're learning more about a deadly shooting last weekend at a lake mary shopping center new evidence shows the two men who fired those shots didn't even interact in the hours leading up to the deadly exchange of gunfire investigators say victor brown fired the shot that killed dangerous strada before hey result oh fire back in selfdefense killing brown unfortunate that thinks this have to happen when people come here just to have a time was on it was not been charged in that shooting now drivers listen up part of colonial drive is going to be closed over the weekend while crews put in a trust for a pedestrian bridge the closure is planned from ten saturday night until six o'clock sunday morning between orange and garland avenues the new pedestrian bridge is part of the ongoing i for improvement project president trump will have to watch what he says the leaders of hostile nations or answered a congress this under a new bill passed by the house the bill is designed to detour american officials from carelessly sharing sensitive information with a hostile nation like north korea china iran russia in cuba congresswoman stephanie murphy spearheaded this was fifteen eleven version of legislation i wrote called the poise act i filed it after the president disclosed highly sensitive information to russian officials at a white house meeting bill would give congress a heads up if top secret intelligence falls into the wrong hands she says joe ruble news ninety six point five w an internal report released by fema says it could done a better job and anticipating what was needed to help people after hurricanes.

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"strada" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"strada" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now now the three big things you need to know three is just unbelievable no charges to be filed prosecutors say that no one is going to be charged in the shooting deaths of two people a colonial town shopping centre or lake mary over the weekend now one of those who was killed was an innocent bystander twentyeightyearold daniels strada who's actually family here at wdbo his aunt jill strada runs our cox media group miami radio stations and strada security is a client of ours federal appeals court judge brett cavenaugh waking up this morning ready to put on his finest suit and tie and start shaking hands with members of the united states senate who will have to approve his nomination by president trump happened last night in an announcement of heard live here on news ninety six point five wdbo let me double check up to the eleventh boy the eleventh boy has now been rescued from that tie cave only one boy and the coach remain inside we may well be minutes away from all of them being rescued safely you heard president trump announced his pick here on news ninety six point five bread cavanaugh thoughts and his nomination by using the open mic in the news ninety six point five this is where orlando turns first for the latest on the trump white house news ninety six point five wdbo good morning i'm marsha taylor and marie kapito six fifty on orlando's morning news.

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"strada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And we'll have to find out we're hoping for a maybe a traffic reports from the altar strada which apparently is the road that my brother is driving on this morning somewhere in italy now what i'm really surprised about katie's we've not had any sort of international incident thus far i've been waiting but again his stays history isn't over yet it's got a lot of vacation in front of the weight it was really cool i got a chance to talk to him yesterday and you know it's amazing the way communications as my mom is actually traveling right now with marvin other on a bus trip to go to canada and so apparently he was able to talk to mom here's my brother in europe my mom's in canada and he said mom isn't this just amazing he said here i am in europe you're in canada we're talking on the telephone and when you grow up you didn't even have a phone in your house a crazy way to look at it have gone man it is it was just it's like wow this is just amazing how far things have gone so he and i were talking about mentioning this one city he was staying in that's literally this walled fortress you know which way lot of cities used to be said there was this a rock cliff on one side of the town and then a a wall surrounding the town and literally a moat around the wall well jesus said it was just this walled city and he said and you remember he said you know when you we'd see pictures in world war two of the allieds going through towns and you'd have these buildings they would have like stucco on the outside and then you'd see brick behind it and part of the stucco had fallen down he said i always thought that was damaged from the war and he said but no it's just the fact that these buildings are old he said we're talking like thirteen hundred and fourteen hundred in need of a little repair on the outside he said but inside there just amazing he said some of these structures with the way they're they're built up and modernized and the whole bit he said yeah you see these buildings from the you know thirteen hundred fourteen hundreds and in the front they got the stucco fallen down and all that and he said in the back they've got satellite dishes yeah we need to consult those folks to help on some of the infrastructure in downtown san francisco and maybe our wall at the border yeah that's find that one town that's built the wall that's been standing probably since the thirteen hundreds and find out what's going on dot com and find them you know absolutely share you had mentioned that the president had just tweeted i can't call it up i can't find it here what did he have to say katie's also looking for he says hiring many thousands of judges and going through a long and complicated legal process is not the way to go will always be dysfunctional people must simply be stopped at the border and told they cannot come into the us illegally children brought back to their country you know it's interesting he did make a comment along those lines that and some people went kind of nuts about it he said a border jumpers out with no judge or court and some people are saying well he can't do that name a lot of people saying yes as long as they don't cross into our country he can and again this is this is what would make a wall so much easier to deal with he said this over the weekend ended media criticism from legal analysts and immigration rights advocates well of course they're going to be against this he said they said violates the due process provisions he said we can't allow these people to invade our country and somebody comes in immediately no judges a court cases gotta bring them and take them back to where they came cannot accept all the people trying to break into our country strong borders no crime and that's what he called for the weekend.

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"strada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That says girls say yes two boys who say no encouraging boys to say no to the draft which was kind of a brilliant to licensed strada ish move absolutely did you come across any like whoa look at that like racy protests signed from nineteen twenty eight not from nineteen twenty eight but in the sixties during vietnam there's one sign that i love that said bombing for pieces like king virginity so they definitely introduced that way of thinking and then there's memes that is a new form of poster photo manipulation this is my favorite one which has uncle merckel talking to donald trump from their first meeting with little like comic book captions troubles and angela merkel says what did i tell you about hiring nazis and donald trump says not to an uncle markle says and what did you do trump says fired nazis and so with social media and this is an example of it i mean the metabolism of protest art is incredibly this can be invented proliferated propagated and go away all within weeks or months yeah this could have been posted that night because we all saw that image we all saw that uncomfortable meeting right so you really don't think that the digital age and the post post her age and everything and we all stare at screens all day age has would do the effectual quality i think more people seeing it is the most important thing i really do i personally love posters and i love making posters and i love seeing it big and i think that's incredibly powerful but you know time marches on it's not protest art but i think of the extraordinary photograph in two thousand sixteen of the black woman protesting police violence police killing a black guy in baton rouge and you have her standing there and her son dress being with these two heavily armored police officers are approaching her it's an extraordinary icon image and it became viral as if it were.

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"strada" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on Eating For Free

"In her position you know even making art within the same strada like i think that a lot of the stuff that even touch down on in that album or in that visual space are things that most artists they're like road i'm definitely not sizing it's like in a space filled with a bunch of things like it is we are because i thought it was like very much standing on a faith in what i have faith jim no one knows what she's talking about faith like she seems smart powerful what she like introduce might have been like shallow and not satisfactory for some people but it kind of goes off i mean it's pop it's not like you know like song wasn't like bad because i wanted to buddies shooter use of yoga oh bits meryl streep wig like alone to me me meryl streep playing the mother of get ready for some over acting be some dark scenes between two for show raines sweat eating on the forehead and merle she'd like grabbing like nicole kidman's elbow to be favorite all all star knows my favorite meryl streep like row i live for her mama mia but it's also gonna tied with like devil wears prada what you're about to get joan feel about mama me at you know fill me get her chris attacker that still makes me feel and yet you bring it up on this podcast so wonderful to pop musical like it's some of the best like it's just fun.

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"strada" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Lot along the way by being very productive and doing the things we're talking about in this talk as able to invest in lots of companies to just as an angel so i made about a dozen angel investments prior to joining social capital like strada metro mile pockets superhuman fills coffee optimize ly many other companies and the now i've started investing social capital as well and so i made a handful of investments hud houses the most recent series we announced i took a board seat and so interestingly there's even a theme of productivity here like bar max was born out of me wanting to multitask while i was studying for the bar exam and i said there's got to be a better way then like the stack of like fifteen heavy books you can carry them all in one place and the audio course from the this company that was the incumbent barbara was awful i said somebody can make a much better course so i did it and then ended up becoming very popular and scaling to a million revenue very quickly stitcher was same thing you can listen to audio and podcasts while you're doing something else thinking about productivity and efficiency pocket we'll talk about later in the presentation so all these a lot of these apps kind of feed into that theme as well so now let's let's look at the problem here so we've kind of given the background now we're going to dive into the nuts and bolts of this and i would posit that probably most people in this room have a problem and we'll we'll get to that in a moment and the problem is inbox overload so if you were this lady right this is an old funny like nineteen seventies eighties looking picture and your desk looked like this would you be proud of that or would you be like utterly embarrassed.

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"strada" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"The stars slightly coming towards you and away from you on a cyclical basis and so the redshift and the blue shift that can detect this totally and all these methods are sort of akin to in amazingness to detecting a candle next to a gigantic searchlight aimed right at you from across the country you know from coast to coast three thousand miles away and has jonathan told us the other day it's actually even harder than that what they've managed to figure out but i have a question is why is it important to be looking for these planets i mean besides maybe this harboring fantasy some people might have that we could have another planet to let despoilers or move to cases one got too hot but beyond that why has it become a priority of nassar anywhere else to be looking for these in particular i think people have always been interested in the strada me interested in and what's out there and learning about our our universe and as as our tools have gotten better what people what astronomy has done over the past hundred years people used to study stars and then we realized they were galaxies outside of our own than people studied galaxies and then as our tools have gotten better we've actually been able to move onto studying planets and so in the realm of astronomy worldwide there's still people studying stars galaxies but more and more people have got interested in studying planet's because it's a it's a new hot field and and i think it does kind of touch the public in a way that other areas of astronomy just don't because we've course live on planets and i think i think that part of strontium it can be a little bit more close to home touch people have different way than big diffuse balls of balls of gas or something.

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"strada" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

Not So Standard Deviations

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

"And what are some of the unseen consequences of machine learning models and like data right now and she just say one thing that i felt like really crystallized remember our discussion about strada and the like the privacy of the the data that like when they publish all the data and they're like well you did click your privacy settings so like on you and she had a really good way of summarizing where she was like we treat privacy this again k crawford she's like we treat privacy like it's like a personal thing but it's really a community level thing because of the network effects that you end up exposing and when i think about the straw thing it really makes sense because it's like there's someone in the at that military base never used job never would have agreed to it but like is essentially still exposed wrote in his maybe at risk yeah exactly lakes fat person's life is at risk now because of decisions that were made in the community and so i think that is a really helpful framing of privacy where we have to kind of step away from acting like you personally clicking on this box is like an acceptable model for like how we manage this rate yeah no i that's a great way of characterizing it as a community kind of issue or value issue right yeah it's almost like a social contract it's like the social contract of society.

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"strada" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Oh safe right so right off top i mean this poster is absurd i hit this cat in shorts and a t shirt that says cool cat and it's this orange costume and so obviously i just dive starstudded dive even deeper into the cool cat franchise pull up the there's the poster has vivica a fox and erica strada says a kids antibullying movie his old film you're kind of jolly old you're jumping ahead but look at the the quotes oh yeah the the coolest kids movie i've ever seen art anthony emmy winner cool cat is cooler than barney the dinosaur ben duke producer yeah so vague so i started diving into this guy's youtube channel and basically cool cat is like this kid show he created a very low budget it's based around this cat mascot who has essentially like no personality traits he just being cool kill yeah and he covers like very very very aggressive topics my my favorite and i think the one that's like the best introduction is cool cat finds a gun so this is that like i mean i'll play a clip but cat like cool cat and his friends are playing around and they find a like a forty four magnum in a bush and cool cat is going to teach the kids to do the right thing which is kind of like always lost in these videos you know they never really there's kind of a lesson but but it's very confusing in what art that's what good art should be.

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"strada" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"strada" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The other one now he's on tv unlike talk with a door everyone from the 70s everyone in this '70s he clooney america strada is now selling sometimes you're on a lake in the middle of nowhere and could jobe oh i'm not kidding arkansas really you've got it all the people that were so smug as celebrities are now live david hasselhoff eric estrada wagner a more loudly show there are also enzymes shares on subway court could retire and you know ocean fronts or something elderly people need like again a tub with a door you're wrong with a tasty weiser's here's his advisors are cnn neutrally and i and i am i isn't zillow's like a doctor you you're gonna dermatologist you ask you about your heart murmur i know every eternity does the practice every kind of law however i just have to ask i don't even know if this is of your purview natalie would obviously a suspicious death thirty one years ago is new renounced robert wagner is a person of interest thirty one years there is no statute of limitations on things like that is there you know what i actually i was a criminal defense lawyer for fifty years uh yachts certain crimes gould have a statue limitations but they're very limited and murder is is one of those crimes you know it's interesting the enough not with the natalie wood jays but the harvey weinstein various assaults a lot of those waters subject to statutes of limitations but in new york's they have unlimited certain sexcrime so he may get it there yeah i i'm waiting to see the.

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"strada" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"strada" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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