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"sturman" Discussed on Hanselminutes
"It's not just what's in the device but you look which connectivity back to our back ends and that also taken leaps and bounds right five just rolling out but has off promise With a better network connection we've got a really large server fleet that we can throw even more power into what you're doing when we have a good connectivity that so i think there's a lot of interesting technology infrastructure changes that are going on that we'll be able to take advantage of and just make everything more magical doing yeah and then popping off the stack back to the beginning. We're thinking about the challenges and the interesting challenges in a distributed computing. Doing all of this within you know sub one hundred milliseconds or less right because anything more feels weird. My kids don't know why it lagged. Felt weird you doing this in less than a tenth of a second. That's right that's right. You got to keep the interactivity high. We have seen uses some tolerance for level detail most of our users would rather play in. How the resolution to be so great that not play because again. It's social so yeah. The great sappy resolutions Is good but really want to be my friends. Like that's the number one wicket in the hierarchy of needs being my friends. The most important part of this right yeah. I think there's a lot of tools i to play with their again. Braise much qualities we can in the environment. You're in but don't be exclusionary in doing that. I really like that. You said that because when we talk about problems of scale on engineering podcast the simplistically we think about that in a single dimension but scaling is as much as me with my thirty playing with my son on inexpensive android phone and we're still in the same place and being inherently inclusive because we scaled the solution down to a phone or up to a higher power and that tends to translate by the way both on demographics. It could be your age. It could be your socioeconomic. Background could be what part of the world you happen to live in the realities of life in that part of the world if we start saying exactly devices you start cutting off huge parts of humanity. And that's not worry me to do so by having that flexibility yes we might not be able to offer exactly the same experience to everyone all the time that we can be much more inclusive and we also need to go to the lowest common denominator device or network connection now. Am i told that you also are starting your own podcast or a david is david is yeah so we've started a a podcast inside. Roadblocks dave is interviewing a bunch the leaders to skip folks better window into what we're doing and howard doing it. It's engineering focused on. One of the funding's about roadblocks is kind of at the scale. Where at where we have a business model it works. We are eighty percent product and engineering. So it's there's no big salesforce was no salesforce at all. If some marketing we gotta usual. Hr and finance functions that you need to make a company run well but this is a product building organization and david been interviewing bunch leaders. I did the first one to kick off with them. But he's been going through the team a bunch of leaders on interesting cool things we're doing. I know we've published at least two podcasts. Foreign yeah there's a third works of actual track but yeah. I was impressed because you weren't impressed about it. You don't have to do that like there's no requirement for you to tell us about how these things work but there's such an enthusiasm not just in dave but for episode to a beat. The kind of car talked about the economy like director of for the economy like the gdp of the economy with aerobics is a thing that so big that. It has a director of engineering. And it's a really interesting podcast to you're sharing what's happening inside..
"sturman" Discussed on Hanselminutes
"This might be a little weird but a couple of years ago. Maybe three i don't i can't forget the time right two or three years. My kids show me roadblocks. And i was into minecraft. I'm thinking to myself. I thought of roadblocks as being like yeah. I could see that. But i feel like it's almost the little engine that could in the dave the ceo. Haddish's an unwavering. Vision of. This is going to happen and you may think that. We're like the betamax of to use a vhs betamax analogy with a beta where the thing. That's better but not going to succeed but through an unwavering commitment to a vision now that no one is sleeping on road blocks. no one is saying. Oh yeah it's just you know assistance little toy. It could have failed. It feels like it could have failed. Was it that vision that kept it from failing obsolete what one of our core values are blocks is take the long view. It's absolutely. This company runs obsolete white. One hundred dates had a big part of the reason. Why i'm at relaxed. Because i'm kind of the same way you know. Rome wasn't built a day. You see the vision. You just take steps toward in your perseverance. You're gonna get your competence. You're going gonna get their confidence and and the really big thing will happen if you just believe kind of keep push on that vision. Don't waiver from it. And i've only been at roadblocks a year and a half a little bit more so i think dave all the credit in the way he has pushed that vision on the company. It's it's always been like vision days. Had he knows what he wants to go. We just gotta get there just got built building a step at a time and it's certainly paid off. Yeah yeah he said he has said publicly that there was a vision in the early two thousands like twenty years ago. He's been thinking about this and it's the rise of all of these technologies including the ones that you were working on while you weren't thinking about roadblocks and that expertise at you're bringing in and you're probably saying. Hey you know dave. There's a thing we worked on google. That could put into practice here. And he's like yes and the vision division becomes more and more real. The vision has always fed by what you're learning on a given day. Of course i. I love the way we will take a very long view on howard. Doing things roadblocks were not worried about the quick wins. We just want to realize this thing that we're trying to build out when you're creating something as creative is this and also enabling creators but there are other things competitors as well as the shoulders of giants that we stand on like second life and people who thought about that as well as fiction snow crash and gibson and people who've thought about that..
"sturman" Discussed on Hanselminutes
"The idea that i authored this i created this. I'm gonna go there. And even the computers off it exists and they have such a bigger sense of ownership than even over my own along. I think you're hitting us something way way. Think about everyone can be a creator and when could be a creator and a share. That's incredibly powerful. And it is kind of the next level of interaction and on blocks. You can be a creator. I just by telling your friends. Hey i found this interesting experience. Go together and do it. You can be created by customizing your avatar or you can kind of take a bigger plunge and start building an experience ray instead saying hey i built my own first obstacle game or i've built my own i hang out spot i go hang out in but there's lots of ways to create but i it's really powerful for folks is all i'm not just doing on creating and i'm sharing that creation. That's really exciting for almost everyone. That's a good point. I mean simplistically years ago it'd be like era consumer of things or download the studio and become a programmer. And make a thing. That's a very binary deal. But you're saying that. I could make t shirts for my friends and that could be immigration and i need to code. If you look at roadblocks there's many ways you can create you can create t shirts if you're specified artist or more sophisticated organised. You can build three d objects and by the way folks teaching solve the stuff when credible amazed. They're able to do that. Coming to someone who has no artistic ability whatsoever but amazed able to do you can learn how to code for the first time in just to build a simple game experience. I'm always impressed. By how early in their lives. Children able to access her platform struck creating when we've always kind of have. The societal stereotype about coding is hard and building. Software is hard roadblocks very easy to onboard to that and to get going. So let's let people create. I think if we let them do that will be impressed by everything. The cannon can come up. You started your career as a researcher worked. Large-scale systems. We talked briefly about your work. You've been thinking about distributed things since the early nineties But this is the first game that you've been involved in is the biggest thing you've done is at the largest scale not the largest scale I was a google. I had was responsible for all of At google both the internal and that was as google's getting into public cloud as well so there are a lot of containers a lot of computation. Run across google's flee and that was what my team was basically responsible for. I actually went to google hurry deliberately because what they were doing around scale and i was excited about what they're doing around scale. I wanna go learn from some really brilliant people and it was incredible few years just doing and so not so. This isn't the biggest skelly worked but the breadth of the technology. I'm gain oricon here though is really really incredible on and it's a breadth of technology. All in service of one product one platform. So if you think about it we do everything from three d. graphics and making graphic school physics rendering we also do a lot of natural language processing around safety and understand users..
"sturman" Discussed on Hanselminutes
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"sturman" Discussed on Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden
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"sturman" Discussed on Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine
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"sturman" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Episode. Twenty five I asked him this question for all my health and wellness and fitness minded friends. What's the primary motive? The reason that drives you to stick with your healthy lifestyle plan. We received a wealth of responses and my co host. Dr James and I spent a good while talking through many of them. There were definite threads and recurring themes of motive. And I believe you're gonNA find yourself inspired and equipped to further commit to your pursuit of being as well as possible. So check it out the true life podcast episode twenty-five Scott you know these shows the initial show that we did together that was so deep And thinking of the influence that we have on other people our responsibility to it how we respond to that is really what the show focus drove me to and that's where I wanted to hear from our listeners. And I was to pull some of that out and get real responses and I'll admit to you which is why I ended up posting two different questions to try to round out that it was difficult to pull out. I mean the book is so profound to me as I read it. I get it but then to question myself it is. It's turning around going well. What is my influence and ask people that I will just admit that. I I even grappled on how to articulate that question so we're going to play around it so this is again just like you and me having coffee talking about people's responses and just seeing where the spirit leads my brother. So I'll I'll start off in just asking you your thoughts at that questions asked you. Scott everyone in your life had to give an honest testimony of your influence on them. Good and bad. How do you feel about what they would share today right now? Well obviously I'd I'd feel good if what they shared was good and feel bad if this year fan but what I hope why would here would be That because I had been in their lives. Something about their life was better. They they were. They were better Better equipped Socially because I had given them just in in affirmation and encouragement which is a huge thing that I learned from that was passed down from by Dan was encouraging someone. That's probably the best affirmation that I received from friends when they do that. That's probably the one that means as much as anything is you encouraged me to try or you encourage me to believe in myself. That's a huge woman. You encourage me to want to be better. And and so the idea of encouraging someone to to see themselves and to see their life through a fresh loons by speaking words and into them that that encourage them and help them to see the truth of who they are that they don't even necessarily see. It's it's like it's like Terry. When she says that I helped her look at things I would say. Look at you. Look at what you've done. Look what you've accomplished. Just stop and look at everything. Good about you. The world is better because you are here. It's that kind of encouragement that that we don't get very often and when someone says that to us I mean all of a sudden. I'm standing a little scraper. I'm standing little tolerance walking a little with a with with a better game a more confident in my day because all of a sudden I feel like I have something to contribute even if it's even if it's a word if it's encouragement if it's if it's just that kind of help for someone along the way it meant if someone says that to me that's that's big gift of affirmation that. I didn't waste that day and Took advantage it took advantage of that to speak into somebody's life week speaking into somebody's life. That's a huge thing. That's that is a way for us. To in a sense have immortality our influence. Our influence will will outlive. And so when I'm gone somewhere somewhere on this or I hope they're still somebody around. Who will say my life is better because I knew that guy or I'm more successful because I had somebody years ago. Who's who told me. I could do it. And I tried. Because they encouraged me to try. How huge is that? How big a gift is that for someone to give another person so that would be. That'd be my hope. Well it's a good hope because it's a true hope. Scott Stare men and as I live and breathe and stand here now. That's what you have been to me. Well you know the stories. I have that my family has and folks he mentioned. Terry that is my wife that he is speaking about and You have been that you have brought that from your father. You've expanded on that and your own voice. Even courage Scott another thing speaking of encouragement that I have not thought about coherently. At least or concisely in regards to encouragement that you just made me think of is win. I get that testimony as you're talking about where somebody's speaks of how I have. Benefited their life. I often initially have a little bit of a struggle accepting it try to shut that off and just say thank you but it makes me then what to live up to that. I often don't feel adequate for their praise but it makes me want to live up to it. Well it is. It's what you makes me. Stand a little straighter Santa Little Taller. Stan yeah absolutely how. How many how many experts in the self improvement genre saying the same thing that if you speak it and believe it it can happen or if you if you conceive it you can achieve it. You know. It's it's all that all that stuff right cliches but it nevertheless cliches. But they're still very true that if you think you know I mean. The scripture says a man thinks in his heart so is he the way you perceive yourself becomes who you that that that is who you become. Because that's that's how you see that's how you see your life in in my book. I talk about There's a story about an old soldier visiting on my military monuments. And he he just you know He. He taught her up to the up to the monument and his crooked pose and he he stands straight and for a moment he pulls a sharp proper salute and he remembers Glorious and horrible days that they were days when he participated in something that mattered. Yeah he knew. He had participated in something that was lasting he. He had a moment of self approval. And he he was now standing in that moment of remembering. I did okay. I was faithful. I was true and and and I served. Well you know I I mean I just love that. I love that story because it's such a metaphor for all of us because we're all going to be there some day and when we look back will we be able at the end of my life. Will I be able to stand straight in a moment of self approval and go? I didn't do everything right but I can honestly say I tried my best. Yeah in those moments and you know I've got I've got my whole list of failures and successes by look back over that rough unwinding road but I can stand in this moment of self approval and say you know what I tried. My best. So encouraging others is part of that extend accepting the encouragement from others Is Part of that too. Yes that's one I've had to learn Because you tend to you know people tend to do that to brush it off. No not me and it takes the blessing away. And so you know what's happening in that there's a transaction there because because they are offering you a sincere It's a sincere offering from their from their heart. It's from their soul. They're saying something that comes from the core of who they are of what your life or your influence or your work as meant to them and they are honoring that I learned early on in my career. People would come up to me and they'd say Oh you know you're sculpture is so is so wonderful and you know this and that and and I would in false humility. Say Well No. It's not really that good you know You know there's a lot of problems I could have done better in this in a and in that moment I was refuting what they had just said they were offering me a piece of their soul. So that's that's an important that's an important thing to extend that others but it is just as important to receive it from others because when others extend that to you they're really offering you a a glimpse into their heart and their soul. These are the things that matter to me. These are the things that that are meaningful to me. This is something that touched me deeply and I want you to know that you have participated in that with me. They're honoring you in that moment. What we do with those offerings from others says a lot about us. Yes it does Scott. Do you remember talking about church. Services and Wishing that when something happened within a service when something significant happen and the pastor then says okay well back to my my plan and today's and we wish why why wouldn't they just go with the spirit and and lead where it seems like the energies going. We're going to do that today. Scott because because I this is my show and because I have one of the Kings of encouragement on the show with me and why did I not make that the focus to begin with? Because here we're talking about it. I don't know if there's anything more important and we're GonNa go that direction because it also happens to be ziglar show and this guy's Zig Ziglar is who touched you know. Two hundred and fifty million plus people and growing was a king of encouragement and the things that he had to say about that are quoted and put up on people's walls There's quotes that people have memorisers books that he's written about encouragement and yet today. Even right here right now. I feel remiss in. How often do we talk about the power of encouragement? So Scott Sturman As I live and breathe right here with you today. I don't know what could be more important. Because and let me set the stage here folks so and you can talk about this. You you came by this With some With some good some good baggage that some good background because your father was a master of encouragement as well. I had the opportunity to experience. What folks here I? I'm always told I don't tell enough personal stories. Here's one so in two thousand and two so right now. That's not right. Two thousand seven. How about that two thousand seven? I'M GONNA say I'm building a house. You're building your house yet. Building a house. We design the thing general contract the thing. I did a significant amount of labor on the thing and before that time I had built a set of shelves out of a bunch of sticks that was the extent of my contracting know-how and so I'm doing this. We bought land. That cost too much. 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"sturman" Discussed on KOMO
"The San Juan islands however if you know you're not going to be traveling anymore they still ask that you cancel your reservation our next call much traffic at six twenty four R. como eco roof forecast might see a few showers for the afternoon hours otherwise pretty nice day partly sunny highs cool only in the mid forties for today overnight lows in the mid thirties tomorrow partly sunny fifty should be dry a few showers are a possibility on Sunday otherwise partly sunny and fifty five and mostly sunny on Monday clear skies around joint base Lewis McChord this morning it's thirty seven degrees their average partly cloudy and thirty eight minutes thirty eight degrees and to call stay connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news six sixty that's the couple morning news for your Friday Frank Wednesdays at the editor's desk network records will talk about the factor the U. S. economy was more than seven hundred thousand jobs in March as the unemployment rate jumped nearly one full percentage point the jobless rate rose to four point four percent last month it was three point five in February the job loss on the unemployment numbers reflect the nation's economic situation in mid March before many businesses shut down and schools closed to prevent the spread of the corona virus the coronavirus has now killed more than fifty three thousand people around the world more than one million confirmed infections the U. S. reported the highest daily death toll of any country so far nearly twelve hundred and more than six thousand fatalities in total law enforcement experts say police officers need a national standard for how to deal with coronavirus calls here's reporter Josie Sturman in Baltimore county Maryland the police department is being proactive putting out videos to let the public know how they'll look if the nine one one call has a potential coronavirus connection we also maybe wearing a face mask the department also took another innovative step early on in the crisis creating what they call a strike team to handle calls involving.
"sturman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You find inside Google that was related to this idea of fairness from religion furnace was machine morning over the whole firmus all Sturman for machine learning furnace whatever it is that they want the foreigners for direction think of service was on Phil because it's taking us import the courts for making armed Serrano which signals or been generated from somewhere signals watched it out before show your parents house also received a troll of confidential documents from within Google this document is about algorithmic unfairness it reads quote for example imagine that a Google image query for C. E. O.'s shows predominately men even if it were is factually accurate representation of the world it would be algorithmic unfairness Goron GTA a Google software engineer independently verified the thesis of this document in fairness it seems this isn't a confidential document correct dose is not a document in Google is come out and if needed is that this is their process in in this in this document.
"sturman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"A dog whistle does not mean that it meets and you're off to a player double three order to understand what to really say what is certain about fairness the server have to manipulate their search results soon give some replica coal or jumbo jets and so they have to bias all rhythms server three can of did you get there a gentle across all park she serving since she wants to be in she wants to open to refer to a wall representative of the community news of course is trying to do is just trying to sell your products but it's not objectionable which produces for missile product is not objective the doesn't represent the bolts users prince represents the will of a of a making decisions behind the shuttles so what did you find inside Google that was related to this idea of fairness from the Google will soon furnace was permission in mourning over the whole bundle firmus all Sturman for machine learning furnace members of the one of the foreigners for you actually think of service on Sir because it's taking us import the courts for making urban Serrano which signals or been generated from sports somewhere circles of western out before and also.
"sturman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"My gut tells me the something else going on here, you could be right. But the statistics say, we are probably both wrong. All right, thanks a lot. Keep your eyes on this one force coast-to-coast guests Richard Shaw director and producer of the watchers series. With LA marginally has sadly and suddenly passed away at the age of sixty five years old LA Marzio is with us. He has been his partner for years LA, our condolences, this is this is just shocking. Yeah. I gotta tell you George, it happened last night, Richard and Mary of the hospital. He was getting ready to go into surgery. And this was around five thirty and, you know, Richard and Mary been married like forty years or something. And so I prayed with them and, and I talked to Richard sounded very weak, but he was responsive and typically good hearty, thanks so much LA. And I'll see you soon and Mary called me and eleven thirty Oklahoma time last night, and said that basically, what happened is they went in the surgeons win and it was an eight man team. And they expected the surgery to go about eight hours and it lasted about an hour, and they went in they who's under interstate. At that point, they started the incision and went in and try to stop the bleeding, and it was bleeding the order, leading and the surgeon came out and. Basically said that his heart just sale. They try to resuscitate her work, and the surgeon said that his heart looked like it, just it. So I mean in one way merciful, the sense that he, he went very quickly without pay on the other hand, we were absolutely dumbfounded shocked, and I'm still I'm just sitting on the us. This has been just a horrible year for you. You lost your house in the California fires. And now your dear partner has passed on. It's, it's, you know, Richard ni- created eleven watchers films of, you know, we had a good run with it. And we when we ended the series parted amicably we used to go out to lunch before the fire like you know, once a week whatever we were in contact last week. In fact, texted each other. In emails and call whatever even though we were, you know, thousands of miles apart, but we kept the friendship going head Pettit back to Malibu in August, and we were going to have lunch and visit and do all that. And so we're all shocked. I know Gary Sturman Babo, Rick prophecy, watchers little update with Gary today. And they did a wonderful video that, you know, you can, you can take a look on their site and check it out. But we started a gofundme page because. Again, is, is Richard's widow now of basically they were married forty years. And so it's a go fund me dot com slash Richard, hyphen dot Shaw. We have that link by the way, it coast to coast, AM dot com in the highlight reel, folks. It's the fourth little carousel button, that you'll see there. It's a gofundme campaign to help with some of the funding and financing for the funeral..
"sturman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Speaker, let's go to the phones. Ray truck driving in Texas to get started east of the Rockies. Hello ray. Hey, good morning, gentlemen. I was talking to your call screener. I said the word hairball and he goes, you know what? But, you know, the show you're calling don't worry about it being air ball. I just had a not, you know, not just had this, but what if the stuff we're seeing in the sky out there? George happens to be a hologram what if our government found a way to make a hologram and make it function to where one minutes there. It's not it moves it a million miles an hour to Radic at spin, just like a fly site. Dr you can't. You cannot rule that out. You cannot rule out that some of the objects were looking at our holographic. You can't rule it out. Thank you. Well, that's what I was wondering. I mean I just can't understand something with volume and maps to be there, just not be there. Well, I have an answer for you. You're talking about electro Vic propulsion and you're talking about math. The only way you can offset mass is with an electrical field. So you're not really moving the ship to the field. You're moving the field around this ship. And for the record, I literally sat down with my, my CCD. Oh, my TV -secutive officer with while man who worked for the no such agency, and explained exactly how big somebody's crap can be an essence. There's no limited size. When you understand, like guys like Michael Schratt will be at our Jen, six conference. He's an aerospace historian and the other people that have worked on this stuff, George, I've talked to people that have been in them. My great friend Greg even snoop passed away bail about black star. If you look up project black star, Gary steer men, who is the famous Sturman aircraft name, his company, you know is family's company was bought by Boeing. And then. His his family members were brought into the secret space programming. Jerry's got something stories. He's eight years old Sharpe's attack. He's going to be talking about the time he literally flew alongside a UFO for one hour. He's gonna talk about the crash, I believe it was in Longview. Colorado in nineteen fifty eight which craft crash nobody talks about this or hardly ever publicly. They were dead alien bodies. Military moved in court off the area like he's at a scene from the science fiction movie, and they all went to sleep. It was early early morning when they woke up the craft was gone and all the bodies were gone. So Mr. steer men for the first time in his life has felt this is the perfect venue at the gen six answering the alien question conference to talk about the stuff. And I'm telling you, those, you're talking about someone who has first hand knowledge, not someone who's a friend of a friend of friend of a friend, and it's the same thing you know, obviously, your colleague. I've never met mister NAT. But he was the one that I mean, kudos to especially for his work on area, fifty one and also Steve branch. She's the best investigative reporter out there. So proud to have him with us. It's fantastic. I'll tell you what excited to have him. And we just so you know, this, this thing has three thousand people. It sells out usually by you know a month ahead of time. I think we're close to seventy percent sold out. It's it's in September. But people who can't come people live free from all of the world. But this year, we've got a gentleman who's going to be presenting. Okay. Hollywood film director, who's probably one of the most talented men I've ever met. And that's not breaking it's just gonna be presenting the ice. Oh dual telescope which uses concave in contact lenses which allows, you does see.
"sturman" Discussed on KOMO
"Make sure they're safe reporter Josie Sturman explains. Why and what's being done to fix it in this? Spotlight on America report. Win. Cisco says her little girls are the only customer, she worries about anymore. She wants owned a salon, but got out of the business after dealing with side effects from straightening treatment. Our eyes were earning. Our throat was burning the culprit, formaldehyde a dangerous, chemical, that's actually found in many straightens, but not banned by the food and Drug administration. They are supposed to be looking out for the health and safety of the American public. It's not happening. Turns out the law that lets the agency regulate the safety of personal care products hasn't been updated since the nineteen thirties, category of consumer products that is less regulated than personal care products at the FDA doesn't have registries of these companies and their products. No, they don't have the thirty two recalls. They don't have a systematic, look at the ingredients, and what their long-term effects of no although companies legally have to bring safe products to the market when there's a problem. The FDA can't take serious. Action, high levels after our providence station found specis in Clair's makeup in two thousand seventeen it took the FDA more than a year to confirm the hazard and issue, a warning, even then it couldn't force a recall, the possible health risk involving one of the most trusted products, baby powder. And while Johnson and Johnson has long said it's baby. Powder is best is free and safe to use our program. Full measure, as well as numerous, victorious lawsuits have alleged potential link between the product and ovarian cancer. Still the FDA has not issued or required. A warning, but lawmakers want to give the agency more power to handle these rare situations. This is an area that really cries out for regulation because consumers cannot possibly make informed judgments on the myriad of chemicals that are in personal care products, bipartisan bills, in both the house and Senate could. The FDA the thirty to do mandatory recalls force companies to turn over information about health problems reported about their products and get the agency to review chemicals of concern five at a time every year. So much of what we do in our committee is, really the right to know because of people know what they're using and they know the dangers, and they're going to demand action and support from major players in the industry could be what pushes the legislation to the finish line. This time think that the system which is.
"sturman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is a happy Friday. Indeed, we were all talking as we walked into our beautiful studios, which you've seen Tom here along the river, and you can see the lake and navy pier. From you it is a spectacular day, you felt the sunshine today. And boy, did it feel good. It did it's been very windy though. We've had gush up to fifty two miles an hour in parts of the we we've been at a feature known as the trash line. It's a little notch dry air into the cloud mass. That is the big storm, and it gives us the storm that comet shaped configuration on channel eight inches. But it's a nice place to be because the precipitation shuts down, and even though it's Wendy, you stay dry, and that's been the case. The winds going to die down for us, Tom. They're going to come down slowly tonight, but they'll they will still be blowing us we joined the day tomorrow. And then they'll come down some and then switch around to the northeast. They've come around to the south west, and we'll stay that way through the day tomorrow tomorrow to go northeast and this next storm lifts up. And this thing could lay down wet snow, which one would presume would probably stick most away from the lake in the city, but we'll have snow flakes in the air and strong northeast winds on Sunday, April, and that kind of stuff can still happen. The nice thing about this one is it's moving in the next one that comes in middle of next week puts us in the warm sector. So don't tug sixty in here on Tuesday and Wednesday. So the comes back. Some does Tom the the obviously the wind has such an impact on the lake was surprising to see such waves yesterday. But it's but that's dangerous because those waves obviously recap Vika on. Anyone who goes near the water, but also on some of the lake shore and the roads. Oh, yeah. Well, you know, what happens just in when you get easterly winds northeast winds even more so to blow for an extended period of time. They pile the weather up against the shoreline. And that's why you see some of our beaches go underwater with the waves on top of it. We had eight to ten foot waves coming in yesterday. But I live up north by Kathy O Sturman beach at the north end lakeshore drive, and I would say we lost about a third to a half of the the beach. It was underwater.
"sturman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Good evening. I'm Kevin refuse. He's a retired astronaut who's looking for his next mission in the US Senate. Mark Kelly is married to former congresswoman Gabrielle giffords running to fill the remainder of the late. John McCain, Sturman, Arizona's insured and polarization, gerrymandering and corporate money have ruined our politics. He's running is a democrat the seats currently held by Republican Martha mcsally who was appointed late last year. A state Senate committees backing and moved into program they use his state sales tax money to build an improved professional sports facilities that program makes thirteen million dollars available for stadium work every year. But no organization that's requested the money through the program is actually seen it come through similar bills have been shut down by the house in the past projects that requested funding using the program include the Orlando city soccer stadium and Daytona International Speedway. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is promising. He will bring the green new deal to the floor for a vote. We'll give everybody an opportunity to go on record. And see how they feel about the green new deal. The democratic Bill not expected to pass the Republican led chamber. The Kentucky Republican says he wants to give everyone in the Senate and opportunity to go on the record about that proposal. And because Florida police are looking for a rare one pound monkey that was stolen from a West Palm Beach. Zoo is a twelve year old rare Amazonian goldies monkey she was discovered missing Monday morning when zookeeper found the mesh on her enclosure had been cut West Palm Beach. Police are seeking the public's help identifying a person in surveillance video walking around the zoo. Experts say goldies monkeys are sought after for the illegal pet trade. I'm Brenda Argueta. You can see what Kelly looks like on the news ninety six point five WDBO, Arizona. Hopefully this monkey gets brought back safe. I took a look at the picture on the app. It's this mug is really adorable. I mean, seriously like it's got to face the you just have to love. Yeah. Yeah. Hashtag bring the monkey back up say one years old. It's twelve years old excuse me. Not just one. But yeah, the monkeys probably a little scared right -solutely and go take a look at it is pretty awesome. I kept. Thank you, six forty one on our land.
"sturman" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Because you know, that's one of the most competitive fights that could be made in the welterweight division outside of Spence. Crawford spent Sturman Thurman Crawford like it's it's one of the most competitive fights in in. Yeah. Definitely it's the best. Fighter that either Crawford Spence his fought at the welterweight division. So it's a shame in it really is. I will say those speaking on the Frank Warren stuff that, you know, go back to whether or not fury deserve sixty forty in. It doesn't matter. Whether he deserves it or not it really doesn't. Because when you talk about the fact that he could got in AJ fight like that proves the clout that was there he could easily accepted, it you're gonna I mean, I don't think the man was necessarily looking for anything, but the money so to say now that it's not fifty fifty. I don't know. I don't know what's going on. I went back to the whole respecting. And so I think it still boils down to that. So few people talking about that. I think it's still by respect. I'm back. I'm back. I'm back. Sorry, guys. I had to cut away, man. Trying to get some of that coverage on that future. I got you. I'm excited with sunny man, because it's like he called himself, the the real rocky. You know, he's from philadel-. He had a good interview on here. Yeah. Well, I mean I interviewed him again yesterday. So. Yeah. You know? And I got to see him in person. He's big he's only fifteen but he's talking about getting to twenty five. But again, while you know, when I met him he was to fifteen to twenty five and then he just didn't get his lowest to nine. So interested interested interested to see what is up with top rank, and this heavyweight I know they're gonna take care of them too. Right. Because it's like it's Todd haulier top rang. So. I dunno excited excited any so close. He's right there in Philly, man. So I'm down. Let's keep these lines moving. Sorry about that. Ladies in gem Ceuta, we got touch potential talk to me..
"sturman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Radio. Good morning. It's A M. Tampa Bay was Sturman drank for the some Niffer is here on a Monday morning with Jack Erin, Jeff and Katie. And joining us right now is the guy that runs all the good stuff around here. I guess I'd say runs at all. Was that appropriate the technical aspects? Yes. But the John McMartin our chief engineer here because we've got great news about our signal now. Good. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we have three new signaled FM signals. Are going to carry nine seventy WFL a content so NewsRadio WFL a is born today in on FM in Pasco county and up into Hernandez on ninety nine point one FM. In Pinellas county. We have a pretty good translator over there. It's ninety four point five and here in Hillsborough one zero five point nine FM were that's great especially that ninety nine point one FM in Pasco Hernando counties because we've just not gotten up there in the past even in the daytime definitely not in the nighttime hours because we're blocked because of a fifty thousand watt station in Louisville, But our license on nine hundred seventy has us create like what we call a null to the north. And so yeah. Especially at night into Pasco Hernando nine seventy is almost not here, you can hear it. So this is a great advantage to all of our listeners, and we have tons up in Pasco and Hernandez. So we're we're excited to announce that and all of our our friends in in Pinellas in in in Hillsborough as well. Well, anyway, we appreciate that. And of course, got to thank our bosses for getting it done for making it happen pretty excited about this. So again pass the word around on social media, or however, you wanna do it..
Whatsapp co-founders: Facebook lawyers claim they didn't violate acquisition agreement
"What's up co, founder Brian act until the Forbes that Facebook's lawyers, argued that exploring monetization for what's app didn't violate an acquisition agreement. That said, the founders could leave Facebook with all their stock intact. If Facebook introduced ads on WhatsApp, so Acton lost out on, I don't know, eight hundred fifty million or so and says, during the conversations he had about it. Mark Zuckerberg said, this is probably the last time you'll ever talk to me act and left Facebook in twenty seventeen the other. What's up founder Jan coom left earlier this year. And of course it yesterday the Instagram co-founders left. So a lot of a lot of Sturman drawing around that going on