29 Burst results for "Tasker"
Hernández Hits 2 of Jays' 8 HRs in 18-4 Rout of Red Sox
"Tasker Hernandez belted a pair of three run homers over the green monster to the blue jays eight home runs in eighteen to four router the red Sox more games like the one that has today with six RBIs because that they don't want to pitch to bloody because it is more than on fire right now and I think they'd rather pay stormy flooding here Guerrero junior Bo Bichette orders Gurriel junior Cavan Biggio ready tell as a Marcus Semien also went deep a day after Toronto homered five times at Fenway Simeon ran his road hitting streak to twenty six games they should have four of Toronto's season high eighteen heads and Guerrero Hernandez and Gurriel each had three center Bogart's Bobby Dalbec homered for Boston I'm Dave very
"tasker" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Because you know you're when you're playing you're thinking okay in a non cova year. We're going to travel europe. It's all that you get your buddies early in the week curfew. Kicks in so. You're geared for a different 'cause players like routine in the normal routine during the seasons differ. But you're super bowl. Thought is different. We're going to get in their early. Is is this an advantage or disadvantage for these guys that they're not getting the normal super bowl routine but they're getting their normal regular season routine. Yeah i think the big advantage for these guys. Certainly they'd miss it and they'll pay. I wonder what it would be like if we weren't If it wasn't coburg some of the guys who haven't experienced it. But i didn't even the guys who have experienced or saying you know it's probably better this way for the football end of it. You don't have you know that. Certainly all the distractions are going to be there with your family and all that your family would love to be there but you know most. You can't get tickets the thing anyway. Going five thousand people are to be in it even radio row in in campus completely different We're doing stuff like this instead of actually being down there So all of that is different. I i think it's i think it's an advantage. These guys can make this all about football The two week break in between always been a plus for the teams. I think the fact that this is going to be one that where they're going to be two weeks in kansas city and in tampa gonna give them a chance to keep the routine normal the thing about it. The bucks are in their own facilities so the chiefs everything's normal As normal that can be in europe cova but I you know. I just think this is a much better thing for the football end of it than it is anything else. Certainly we all love the pageantry and the font and the access we get to these teams on the day a couple of days before the game but for them for the teams themselves. This is a way better scenario longtime. Nfl football player nfl analysts. Been in multiple super bowl. Steve tasker neither one of the best special teams players of all time aside from being a receiver joins us here. On the sean salisbury. Show all right steve. Take away the quarterbacks. What's the what offensive. Player is the one you can did did. Who's the most important offensive player in this game..
"tasker" Discussed on Around the NFL
"And i think that's where this is gonna be and and look for the bills to put together of a performance where it's going to be in doubt it certainly the chiefs if ever playing their best. The chiefs are maybe a better team than the bills. But the bills are gonna play well enough to to put it in doubt late in this game and have a chance to win it. that's their modus operandi. And then it'll become down. It'll come down to the last part of the game. Where either josh. Allen the offense and steph digs are going to have to make a play or patrick mahomes and their crew are going to have to make a play to win the game. I know you gotta head to a car commercial appearance. I'm sure you're getting a lot of offers because we heard the audio at first but it was really the cigar. Smoking in the mean mugging into the it was the acting that tasker delivered in that hype video. That's gotta get your agent a lot of offers lately. I'm a down. I haven't left my how come into i go home. I haven't left the house in like ten months. I i put an alarm on my wife so if she moves. I hear because. I'm afraid she's gonna kill me in my sleep out of we're we're we're buttoned up tight here in new york. Everybody's just asking for a chance for the screws to get loosened a little bit so we can get out go to dinner. Go out to movies. Go out to a bar for a beer Everybody's buttoned up tight here. So every time. I chance to leave home just for work. I'm absolutely out the door to do it and it is. It's a shame what you said. The top that it is a little more muted because where we are in the world. But we won't be here forever. Steve tasker will be a legend forever up there in western new york and one day. He'll be cantu if the football gods have their say steve. Thank you so much for joining us and enjoy the football this weekend. Thanks dave thank you is there. He goes steve. Tasker did fall short. I mentioned the hall of fame. He was a semi-finalist And he's been that several times through the years but did not get selected to go forward for the final voting But mark. I know you love those old bills teams as many people do. Tasker was a glue guy. Yeah he's a tough category two to to get in. I loved that he's been recognized to the extent he has in terms of getting through portions of the hall of fame process. And maybe it will happen. But i mean watching those bills teams. There is a real reason that he resonates with people still because he was a heart and soul member and he just had so many plays in every you know in big moments and he he just kind of was the classic. I don't think bill belichick love special teams. And he's had his guys that have been special teams guys forever. The task is one of the early imprints of that. Where maybe he gets flushed out in a twenty twenty roster because he's not a contributing wide receiver. He was everything. The buffalo bills were back then in totally an engaging watchable athlete. There's no like a famous. Nfl films clip where he goes up for a ball then lands like straight on his helmet like standing. That's diet bb but you know what let's heavily short white guy don. I don't know if he would have been allowed. You know what happened with his head in his neck off all right flipping him was. He's in the blue ted for roughly three weeks right. Conroy made a good point. By the way on that four we say goodbye. Connor who we love and so it s i wrote about it that nobody really even gave it a second thought. When lamar jackson the reigning. Mvp and patrick mahomes the mvp before lamar in the reigning super bowl. Mvp both suffer head injuries and they disappear from the divisional playoffs like in the old days. Those dudes are taking smelling salts. And they're back on the field getting punished more trying to get their team to the next round but as football fans. And you gotta. I give the league credit for this as well. They have made progress and installing a culture to protect these guys even when they need to be protected from themselves so that was a big step forward that we saw this weekend. There's an interview with troy aikman where he talks about having literally no memory of one of the nfc championship games. He was in. that's it. that's so scary. unbelievable All right so what's coming up this week thursday. It is the championship sunday preview. And i don't know maybe we'll lineups guests for that show too because that's going to be a lot of fun Talking about those two games that will decide who plays in super bowl fifty five on friday. We'll have a completely separate of championship preview episode on television on. Nfl network could catch that at six pm eastern three pm pacific on friday and also overseas game pass international You should have access to our program from and then of course sunday night. The flagship show. When you know what's going to happen there we break it all down and it is sad because i in the past we do that show. And then you know would be in the studio for a couple more days than we be packing up and heading To the super bowl this the first year in a decade that's not happening but still look forward to Covering the games and talking about them with you boys. And hopefully chris wesseling as well and they know they know it stinks. The browns aren't there but like a little less pressure and tension. Li sao on as my experience in the patriots lose. At least like. I'm enjoying this being like i. Just watch them football and the guys couldn't be more different a lot of ways but as football fans. I don't think it's an apples to apples. Comparison i don't i don't feel what you're feeling on that front greg. I will say that it kind of it took a little bit of the heat off a little. I kind of you know. It's been a lot of football lately. So yeah as you know mark From the years of brown's toil before they put it together does take us some of the heat off sundays and during the season when your team sucks so hard that there's nothing on the line ever so you don't you don't have that. I'm watching my favorite team and hoping their season progresses in a good direction while also trying to do my job. It's been coast time for for the zoos or during the adam gates era. So my job could get more difficult and hopefully will Starting next fall all right. Good stuff solid louis baby. We'll be back. Like i said on thursday so tune in this. Dan hands and signed four quiet storm..
Uninterrupted Power Supplies protects your Apple devices
"I've got to admit buying a. Ups to me is about as interesting as getting socks for christmas or going out to replace my water heater. It's something we need take for granted and makes our life better but you know what without a ups you're nice powered apple devices and accessories are vulnerable especially with the electrical grid being so vulnerable to natural disasters. We experience it here every few weeks. And i'm sure you do too elsewhere so this is a serious talk. We need to have as fast having a ups. It often guarantees power and protection for your electric's in your home and business and many of us are working from home with the covid. nineteen epidemic. I commonly hear from people losing data from their devices or suddenly stops working after the power went out or after it has just returned it believers me how a person can spend hundreds or if not thousands of dollars on a new mac book or a new electronic device such as a computer or gaming device and put it at risk of a devastating incident. This is especially true in areas where there are frequently power outages due to maintenance whether and accidents as those who listened to mac minutes. No i live in krige alaska where we frequently lose. Power do one or more of these causes in areas such as interior alaska which is frequented by lightening. These ups offer another layer of protection. Incidents like these are becoming even more devastating with the decreasing capability to repair these electron devices and back one name brand manufacturers selling computers now have reportedly no serviceable is so a damaged power supply would mean a catastrophic loss when it could have been befriended by a ups ups provides backup power during outages and unsafe voltage fluctuations such as damaging surges and spikes and is the perfect choice to protect your data and keep you a typical then can be viewed on the evening national news any night of the week resulting in an unplanned power outage whether you attribute this to climate change is not for debate here on the mac podcast but the fact that appears to be happening more frequently is a concern of this podcast. We've all seen it. The power goes out or flickers. The unprotected computer shuts down potentially damaging the power supply. Along with hopefully saving the document with a ups power continues to flow to your computer on notifying you of an audible alarm. Another scenario is during a brown out when the ups will switch to battery power when they incoming power drops blow a safe voltage level. In either case you will have a limited time to save your work and power down depending on the ups and the power requirements from electrons. This could be a few minutes to an hour. In any case your data and trucks will be safe. There are different types of ups supplies from various manufacturers to choose from depending on your power requirements. The more power capacity of your ups the more expensive most ups cost between thirty five and one hundred fifty dollars and are available from several retail stores often on sale on the start of new year. In fact i picked mine up at office depot. Who had them on sale to decide on which model to buy. You first need to figure out how large of a volt ampere or va capacity. You need every ups comes with the a rating like an inexpensive three hundred and fifty va. Some are more expensive. Ups's exceeding one thousand a this is a way of describing the total power capacity of the battery manufacturers will usually display the va rating prominently on the listing or packaging the higher the rating the more power the ups supply for a longer period. And the more it will likely cost when purchasing a ups. Be sure the va specifications for the equipment. You plan to connect are used. The figure is normally one point six times or a hundred and sixty seven percent of the power consumption in watts. So if you have a device that needs one hundred watts you will need a one hundred sixty. Va rating ups now. This backwards from va to watts. You can multiply the va rating of the power of supply by point six or sixty percent to get a good idea of its power delivering capability and watts for most users. Anything more than six hundred. Va will give you a few minutes of power in which to shut your computer off safely. You'll only need to spend the money for a higher. Va rating if you have a large power drawing device and if you want the ability to run your devices for many minutes while the power is off this might be necessity. If you use a health device which needs to keep running such c-pap the higher end. Ups models offer more outlets increased power along with protection for data and full nines. Buying ups online can have high mailing costs due to their weight and sometime non-availability due mailing restrictions on batteries. This is especially true for those alaskan mac minutes listeners. Furthermore if the ups is defective after the sale the mailing expense would be substantial. I've personally used. Abc ups made by schneider electric for many years without problems and have worked as intended. There are many good manufactures out. There i had to replace batteries after several years. I would say if you stick to a common manufacturer the easier it will be to find replacement batteries the tendency to plug them in and forget them exists for date marking and testing. Ups every year or so is recommended. Some ups will even indicate when that battery needs replaced. The model i use offers battery and surge protected outlets and search protected outlets i used the battery outlets for my computers and just the surge outlets for my less vital devices on the battery side. You will need to power outlets for your computer and your monitor as a minimum. I would also recommend for your cable modem and router this is because the internet connection will be offered operational even when the power goes out so four battery and surge outlets are recommended remembered. The more devices you plug in the less time your ups will be operational for the search outlets would attach computer accessories such as scanners digital phones and other items which need protection but probably aren't needed during an outage before we get too far into twenty twenty one. Spend the extra money and get the peace of mind. The device will be iran for awhile or that school report or work tasker. Which is almost finished isn't lost.
NFL 'very likely' to use rapid-result virus tests for players
"The National Football League says it has an accurate rapid covert 19 test cave because Alex Tasker has the details. The Wall Street Journal says the NFL and a pair of biotech companies in recent weeks have studied a different kind of test that delivers covert test results in 30 minutes. The standard testing results could take days for a response. The new test developed by Mesa has been used on the selection of league personnel across five teams who also submitted their samples for standard PCR testing. The 917 tests using both methods each produced 27 positive samples in 890 negative samples, which were a perfect match. The developer wouldn't put a price tag on how much it costs to run each test. Eventually they hope to have these tests in people's homes sooner rather than later.
"tasker" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"We quicksand trying to convince. I wasn't a combat really wants advantage. It'll be lovely jordan. Oh wait no longer. Do i have to sit on a stump a nice stone seat. I can't wait. Is it a my sofa. Lebron the door and went be. They're not just disadvantage. It all that to be is. I'm confident that it will be to if not win. Well who knows i mean. We can't be complacent so what we're saying. We've got to keep vote or they are. You actually suggesting for the people because you want them out because you won't you furniture back now. I'm talking to joey's roommate now. A merely reason. The strange adjustment is because i'm also a cold. The only reason why letting me and he's islands right okay well This is a unique club. Ua joseph in full actually no. I am just joe. Have you told other joe this. I haven't actually. But that's the public official have to me. Is that before. I take spanish a humane Trust you. I didn't know whether with flatmate joe who is Who's also on news correspondent on this podcast with skylight news. That gives us updates on jordan's skylight. He's a full joe. Yes how many times you now if we got a skylight counter. I believe the sky not well. Yeah it's been open and it's being chunking it down. I'll more times than it's been closed really into stunned looking at the trials that they do in the camp and they have all sorts of things. Chuck schumer either them. You're a children's television presenters. You probably being covered in your share of gunk in your time gaunt. Yes at the dot so much. Chuck animals no. Well i did. What did you have sorry crickets. But they were like they're all ready to beats and oh okay. No he's love him. Like i don't like them william it just over like talking for an ice. Cream is being covered in gung bandages. It looks do you know what it is. It's the aftermath of trying to wash out of having of a place which i'm seeing a stop by income the show it's freezing. It's always cold always okay and is always green or do they do multicolored gung all. We have multiple colors. Yellow degrees evidence. Who'd collaborated play. What exactly is the gung. I mean what is. I have no idea. I don't know how they may never see them. Make it could be anything. Our guest on today's episode was christopher biggins and he said with with mr dabboussy at sydney australia. I assume in wales as well they actually have a special man whose job it is to breeds and look after the the maggots and cockroaches and the rat. So maybe maybe children's tv has an equivalent which is just a gun. Ge- man we. We haven't gone cottee agung team and the only thing i see is them staring at round the big wooden spoon. Wow what a job. From facts Do you think jordan would make a good children's television presented except china. He's gonna be coming out of this. Might have a couple of other new career options. Chiro he may have none who knows children's tv. Think jordan would be good. Who knows i think you would think you just have different. Paucity wants to yesterday on the show. I think he was on your podcast. One seems a bit late. Because i say you're is a giant flood. Not at all. I think he said he was having to put Of he was having to tie his shoelaces wearing gloves. That's that's what you can expect in zaithan give really an asset because it is more or less depending on what's in cage seem to engage mall when they can relate to someone of a similar mind edge so i think okay. Yeah we'll they're that's an option. That's an option for him these. I would be a good children's tv presenter over. You think i would be a bit patronizing patronizing well this thing. If you're presenting with someone else you could have. Maybe how your own is patronizing time to you and you just read things at the children screen. Go right okay. that's nice we also on a regular podcast. Where jordan is is here. We have a feature called jordan's jolly jake the week which jokes very much suitable for children's television. Usually sometimes they're okay. But usually there'll be blue and we also have williams wacky word of the week. And i'm now getting to canvas for what he were to be replaced with patronizing corner and we will forever credit you as long as he got. Jim norris thing is a little gutowski with the end. Don't even go that. I mean jingle we've got jingles. We have people make jingles forest. Our listeners get in touch with and they've just make jingle patronizing caller joe. That would be enough joe task. Tm depends what happens after the staying. I wanted to have my name. Attached depends how how touch by we can. We can go prateep patronizing. Don't worry about that. So looking at going back into the castle and back to the program. If you in that what would be your worst fear. This is the opposite of what people seem screening because just got frogs in that are always pigeons. Bama like frogs in the okay. You don't know what you don't win the don't even. I haven't haven't seen a goat on that program yet. Because that's very scary. William field i've appended with a goal to homes. And they just they just looking at you and they can run you Good start talking that you'd always let the rest settling to you. So what do you think you'll needs to do to win. I'm celebrity at the end of this week. I think he's i think he's already doing. I think he just needs to be himself in. Kabul is hilarious. I think everyone lives in a. I think everyone's seen him exactly who he is. Which is sketchy cowboy I wasn't expecting the especially the was invited to vote. Was ace first butcher child when we are going to go through that. That was the yeah i mean he did. Obviously they did the the the am sailing which they all but five of them dates then there was that really the grandkids quite tame thing. They all did again where they will have. Things dropped on each other's stalls through but then vinyl volt was his his as is done everything he said he didn't want to the almost couldn't go through with and and at the moment everyone's who's everyone for infrastructure now it's not john laid off now. It's shane share not station mitch. Yet he's doing the mall now when when you mentioned the table when i thought it was only so many things that can get delivered to wales. Patch australia yeah. Identify muslim prime reaches not fall. Did no they go to plan ahead of. Can we keep in touch with you about sofa gate. Yes at the moment. Hang on a minute what will it might be in two weeks time next week ends on friday. This counts goes on. We hope so we might. We might get you on for one of our bonus episodes to have full update on safer and jordan's reaction to having no furniture in his. Yes flash. I'll get some before and after pictures and assuming. Is todd busy after the castle. What happens you might not even their true even wanting to moving straight to buckingham palace. Getting his mom's kitchen i then buckingham palace. Guess can't win if she wants a new neff. Don't we all. Can you give us a good luck. Message for jordan place. He can't splits. Pretend to kim jordan buddy. Best of luck. Keep doing what you're doing. And i.
"tasker" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"Feeling for the pickety on friday. Well i mean i don. We just need to stress. That i am only doing that. If jordan is in the final yes if he's not i'm having dinner and there's not a hope in hell that i'm having pickety we know that. Stop stop distracting from the subjects. You don't need to say this. Every time if i do have to have a picky can i just use the freezer section at waitress Certainly not no chance at all you use that section anyway. That's just like me saying. Can i go get some action. He's london now. You need to come to hack the iceland. Don't you dare old friend know ben. If you look at the restrictions it clearly says that once london goes into tier two. You cannot travel to a different section if it's to visit iceland for pitchy it's in. The legislation is incorrect and white from public health. And it's not true. It says if you want to take part in a picky challenge on a friday night in support of your good friend jordan. Who's on the television with your other. Good friend produce ben. Who is on the podcast with currently. Then you are in fact permitted to go to iceland's together but separately that's close enough. So that producer. Ben can in fact saying that you go into iceland and buy things from that. Maybe start putting a list together. What do you want. what do you want to put together in your pickety. I'll see you on friday. I want to do now. Is talk to our guest and guest. Today is someone who has the relative pleasure of calling jordan a close friend. The cbc starring social media. Funster joe tasker. Hello joe hello william off. I'm alright and you. i'm good ground. Thanks good good at. What are you making jordan on. I'm a celebrity to date and so far. I believe that is what i was expected of. Small what out in their semi to sheets from what has been your jordan highlight. I'd say definitely the introduction of jeff. They yes yeah. The i didn't look very different. We've no facial hair like ten years younger different. We should say you enjoy each other. How when did when did you meet. How did you meet. and then i can work. Can't whether he would have been clean shaven at that point. Oh my goodness there is a radio one big weekend. It was probably three years ago. And i think he's just crazily jordan face at that point here not he was. He was at peak. Brazil krisel hundred percent jordan. You're loving is it we. It's nice i was. He was in Nothing face but then. I kind of saturday is to. How much has an is fast. Just let jeff. Why jeff judah we be thinking he. He knew somebody that he looks line called jam. I think he's a friend jeff. The tash gone well as long as he doesn't introduce to something that's that's not his friend. You'll love jeff. Jeff jordan you can just choose to speak to on the podcast. Now at the start of jordan's time in the car sold producer. Ben tells me that you're having some trouble with your safer that by may or may not have. Can you share more about. Let j. please this is so and so when i moved into the apartment i mean now in london. The was meant to be finished new stadiums. Oh yeah it'd be find. It wasn't siamese with myself. The most furniture runs the my options were storage for year which adds quite a bit. Not all like two story Place jordan would love us offering a chat. Yes a long story. Short is he. Has my furniture. Your house and i am moving shortly. And i couldn't get hold of him and i wanted to it. And then it was analysis. In the castle saw had a jedi of trying to get hold remit to reclaim the venture. And i think we'll be seeing that he might return. We've.
"tasker" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"Fish anything like that and fennel. Anything with finland is kiss of death. Who the. I completely agree. And jordan didn't like it either because he was a spat out octopus. Yes it reminded me of our infamous embassy. Help joyce spittle swallow and the chomping on pork moment which we showed paps rebrand is trumping octopus octopus and yes he spent. Which which you know when you do get something that you want need to remove your mouse quickly such a piece of bone fatty pork or whatever. Yes you obviously didn't solo because that would do yourself mischief but you are supposed to use your other hand in order suspicion and then pushed on the side of your plate and again i'll be noticing that down ashort jordan when he comes out of the castle well that might be slightly harsh because i think when he did it he was looking around shiftily so in that context he wouldn't have had a napkin or anything. So in that context she might have clocked. Everyone not look any his treatment did leo dino or he forgot that there's probably about cylinder cameras putting it this case it one time so he got caught on camera but in the context of the camp. Maybe did the right thing. Well who knows you. We can agree to disagree. Then jordan jess and russell went off to one of three costal coin challenges. We were treated to three of them last night and jordan jettison russell's sort of gain that they had to do they basically they had to pass warsheh in one way or another. They passed it over here. They say for their little bit went everywhere. But that's very much. The running theme of of this series and jordan came up with the wonderful jordan quote. My tongue's out which means i'm concentrating which would explain one or two things from jordan and my history..
MLB won't punish Dodgers star following investigation
"Major League Baseball has made a decision regarding Los Angeles Dodgers star third baseman Justin Turner's behaviour after Game seven of this year's world. Siri's Kfbk sports contributor. Alex Tasker has details. Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner will not face any punishment for going back onto the field to celebrate the team's World Series championship after testing positive for the Corona virus. Major League Baseball had launched the investigation on October 28th. Turner was removed from Game six and directed toe isolate after a Corona virus test he had taken earlier in the day came back positive. However, when the game ended, Turner instead joined his team mates to celebrate the victory. According to the statement. From Major League Baseball. The league has ultimately decided to close the investigation without suspending or finding him.
"tasker" Discussed on All About Android
"Import, the ones you need and then tinker with them. To to make them work like he wanted to but you could make all of these big changes that you can do now tasker, and then you could switch to the full mode. which then you could do everything, you can do today. So, we would be I would call that task. So let's let's let's let's let's unpack. Taskey. Planning some sort of like character like clip he is that the kind of thing is. A. Lot of people's. Minds I. GotTa Say I. Think You're opening the door to a lot of merch you t shirts you could do. Masks. In this climate, you can do math. googly. Eyes on the Task Reich on. Yeah I think I think it's Very. approachable. Love it. That's awesome. Yeah and I mean and actually that you know circling back around to kind of how this conversation started, that is kind of an element that makes I not something that's really approachable. Right is the idea that it's based on recipes that people are it's it's very easy to just log into your it account and say, oh, that sounds like a good function I want that and you pull it over and maybe up to tweak a little thing but it applies immediately back could be really beneficial for tasker or Taskey or whatever you wanNA call it so. I like that a lot. Cool, this is awesome for kind of unpacking tasker a little bit with us I'm so delighted to get you on the show. It'd be able to talk about this from first. Hand. Perspective because like I said, we talked about this APP all the time it comes up all over the place. Everybody has an. And just say that it's really surprising for me to to hear that you have already used task before you info. Idea, because I, I used to listen to this show. Before I have listened to for a long time now and I I I always try to to see if you guys mentioned tasker here..
"tasker" Discussed on All About Android
"About. . android episode four hundred ninety five recorded on Tuesday October Twentieth Twenty Twenty your weekly source for latest news hardware and Apps for the android faithful Jason Help. . Richards. . On. . CL The three of us. . Thank Jason, , how is how is your time off your? ? How how is it? ? How was camping? ? It was fantastic as it always is it was just nice to like reconnect with nature and take the RV and knock it stuck this time. . So I didn't get it stock. . It was amazing. . It was like there was little dress. . Yeah. . Did you get any amazing star field photos or anything again or any crazy nature photos with with your phone? ? On shows. . Yes I will I will be showing maybe a photo or to a little bit later because the phone that I had when I was there was the one plus eight t will definitely be talking about that. . We've got like a lot of hardware on this show, but , we also have an awesome guest joining us for the first time Joe Dias, , who is the developer of half's that if you've been on Android for any length of time, , you've probably heard US talk a million times tasker. . So you're developing task you're developing join an auto APPS. . It's really nice to have you on the show for hopping on tonight. . For having me it's really great well. . Yeah it's good to hear. . Like a developer sell a celebrity at our missed. . Tasker tasker is one of those <hes> those goals, , the Goldstar apps so great. . As mostly with US certain heating APP. . going. . Going unpaid model. . Which is, , which is the because there are competing APPs to Tasker, , which one are you talking about? ? Specifically, , I'm talking about the really big one. . After t t probably. . But I mean you said it. . It's not true. . Okay I just mentioned in the scheme of just you know setting up recipes and things in the store I was just thinking about <hes>. . Sort existed in this diy. . I think that there's a fair discussion to be had there and actually our first segment today we're not doing the news segment because we thought. . Okay. . So we do have a celebrity. . Developer on the show today don't mind. . Liberty developer through the rest of this show <hes> just go for it <hes> but we thought we talked to you a little bit before we get into all the hardware and other news that we're going to talk about in the show thought we talked to you about your experience working with such a notable APP and you know suite of services. . For android, , I mean tasker comes up all the time it has for years. . And so I think it's I think it's it's a wonderful opportunity to Kinda like ask you like there. . There was a time when tasker was the only APP that did what it did on Android, , and then at some point, , you know obviously people realized like Oh customization really big strong selling point for android and a lot of people who love Android, , love it because they can. . Really take control of their device in a way that maybe they can't on IOS. . So then you have other services like I am not coming out and doing similar but different like how would you delineate the difference between what tasker does and a service like I F tt that would bring you to say you know what? ? They're not the same where where do you draw that line? ? I have to t t more web based. . It's it's. . It's much more centered on web services. . So you have a very strong emphasis on connecting like g mail with a twitter or any of the any any to web services you WANNA. . Connect and it's much less stuff <hes> <hes> you do on your device. . So there's a big difference there because task is much more focused on doing stuff on your. . And automating stuff around your device or as. . Much more on the web. . Makes a lot of sense. . Yeah, , and that is true. . <hes> they tackle. . You have some stuff that that works on the device as well, , but it's It's not their focus at all. . I mean it's pretty it's it's limited in scope, , which is why in the day when I was doing a lot of just really intricate Halloween. . Lighting still trying to do that but I had to start over because I moved last year <hes>. . I would use tasker because tasker. . Let me do things like set up local motion sensors and I could tap into those web based things like my Phillips Lights and sort of create ended up using tasker to do this fun little. . This recipe where basically wants a person would cross the motion sensor that I put outside the lights would turn on red and you would hear like a spooky sound come out of a Bluetooth speaker. . I'm Kinda. . You know I'm wondering what is you know? ? What are some things that people should think about tasker for <hes> in their own diy sort of machinations? ?
Tasker Unpacked with Joo Dias - LG Wing and Pixel 4a 5G unboxing, OnePlus 8T review
"About. android episode four hundred ninety five recorded on Tuesday October Twentieth Twenty Twenty your weekly source for latest news hardware and Apps for the android faithful Jason Help. Richards. On. CL The three of us. Thank Jason, how is how is your time off your? How how is it? How was camping? It was fantastic as it always is it was just nice to like reconnect with nature and take the RV and knock it stuck this time. So I didn't get it stock. It was amazing. It was like there was little dress. Yeah. Did you get any amazing star field photos or anything again or any crazy nature photos with with your phone? On shows. Yes I will I will be showing maybe a photo or to a little bit later because the phone that I had when I was there was the one plus eight t will definitely be talking about that. We've got like a lot of hardware on this show, but we also have an awesome guest joining us for the first time Joe Dias, who is the developer of half's that if you've been on Android for any length of time, you've probably heard US talk a million times tasker. So you're developing task you're developing join an auto APPS. It's really nice to have you on the show for hopping on tonight. For having me it's really great well. Yeah it's good to hear. Like a developer sell a celebrity at our missed. Tasker tasker is one of those those goals, the Goldstar apps so great. As mostly with US certain heating APP. going. Going unpaid model. Which is, which is the because there are competing APPs to Tasker, which one are you talking about? Specifically, I'm talking about the really big one. After t t probably. But I mean you said it. It's not true. Okay I just mentioned in the scheme of just you know setting up recipes and things in the store I was just thinking about Sort existed in this diy. I think that there's a fair discussion to be had there and actually our first segment today we're not doing the news segment because we thought. Okay. So we do have a celebrity. Developer on the show today don't mind. Liberty developer through the rest of this show just go for it but we thought we talked to you a little bit before we get into all the hardware and other news that we're going to talk about in the show thought we talked to you about your experience working with such a notable APP and you know suite of services. For android, I mean tasker comes up all the time it has for years. And so I think it's I think it's it's a wonderful opportunity to Kinda like ask you like there. There was a time when tasker was the only APP that did what it did on Android, and then at some point, you know obviously people realized like Oh customization really big strong selling point for android and a lot of people who love Android, love it because they can. Really take control of their device in a way that maybe they can't on IOS. So then you have other services like I am not coming out and doing similar but different like how would you delineate the difference between what tasker does and a service like I F tt that would bring you to say you know what? They're not the same where where do you draw that line? I have to t t more web based. It's it's. It's much more centered on web services. So you have a very strong emphasis on connecting like g mail with a twitter or any of the any any to web services you WANNA. Connect and it's much less stuff you do on your device. So there's a big difference there because task is much more focused on doing stuff on your. And automating stuff around your device or as. Much more on the web. Makes a lot of sense. Yeah, and that is true. they tackle. You have some stuff that that works on the device as well, but it's It's not their focus at all. I mean it's pretty it's it's limited in scope, which is why in the day when I was doing a lot of just really intricate Halloween. Lighting still trying to do that but I had to start over because I moved last year I would use tasker because tasker. Let me do things like set up local motion sensors and I could tap into those web based things like my Phillips Lights and sort of create ended up using tasker to do this fun little. This recipe where basically wants a person would cross the motion sensor that I put outside the lights would turn on red and you would hear like a spooky sound come out of a Bluetooth speaker. I'm Kinda. You know I'm wondering what is you know? What are some things that people should think about tasker for in their own diy sort of machinations?
"tasker" Discussed on All About Android
"Three of us. Thank Jason, how is how is your time off your? How how is it? How was camping? It was fantastic as it always is it was just nice to like reconnect with nature and take the RV and knock it stuck this time. So I didn't get it stock. It was amazing. It was like there was little dress. Yeah. Did you get any amazing star field photos or anything again or any crazy nature photos with with your phone? On shows. Yes I will I will be showing maybe a photo or to a little bit later because the phone that I had when I was there was the one plus eight t will definitely be talking about that. We've got like a lot of hardware on this show, but we also have an awesome guest joining us for the first time Joe Dias, who is the developer of half's that if you've been on Android for any length of time, you've probably heard US talk a million times tasker. So you're developing task you're developing join an auto APPS. It's really nice to have you on the show for hopping on tonight. For having me it's really great well. Yeah it's good to hear. Like a developer sell a celebrity at our missed. Tasker tasker is one of those those goals, the Goldstar apps so great. As mostly with US certain heating APP. going. Going unpaid model. Which is, which is the because there are competing APPs to Tasker, which one are you talking about? Specifically, I'm talking about the really big one. After t t probably. But I mean you said it. It's not true. Okay I just mentioned in the scheme of just you know setting up recipes and things in the store I was just thinking about Sort existed in this diy. I think that there's a fair discussion to be had there and actually our first segment today we're not doing the news segment because we thought. Okay. So we do have a celebrity. Developer on the show today don't mind. Liberty developer through the rest of this show just go for it but we thought we talked to you a little bit before we get into all the hardware and other news that we're going to talk about in the show thought we talked to you about your experience working with such a notable APP and you know suite of services. For android, I mean tasker comes up all the time it has for years. And so I think it's I think it's it's a wonderful opportunity to Kinda like ask you like there. There was a time when tasker was the only APP that did what it did on Android, and then at some point, you know obviously people realized like Oh customization really big strong selling point for android and a lot of people who love Android, love it because they can. Really take control of their device in a way that maybe they can't on IOS. So then you have other services like I am not coming out and doing similar but different like how would you delineate the difference between what tasker does and a service like I F tt that would bring you to say you know what? They're not the same where where do you draw that line? I have to t t more web based. It's it's. It's much more centered on web services. So you have a very strong emphasis on connecting like g mail with a twitter or any of the any any to web services you WANNA..
Washington's NFL team changes name, for now, to 'Washington Football Team'
"Formally known Washington Redskins football team has a new name after the organ based organization decided to change it in respect to native Americans. KPK Sports contributor and producer Alex Tasker, a new name for the NFL team in Washington, D. C. Is Undetermined, effective immediately. Washington will call itself the Washington football team pending adoption of a new team name sources tell ESPN reporter Adam Schefter. It is not the final, renaming a re branding for the team merely a placeholder name until they adopt a new nickname.
"tasker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Is that the scene at the scene I'm a multi Tasker so I know that one of the guys first questions is going to be where I found the subject of the book and so I'm going to send into closing so so the answer is is I'm picking this one for two reasons why the son of one because it fits perfectly with that and to because the reading I've done in the past involved a lot of body parts and my two ten year old daughters here so we're going with a little more than a lot of the sections okay so this set up for this is how it's the case that I actually read and how I discovered Edward Oscar hi rich and really it was the reason why he became called America's Sherlock Holmes so when I found him he was mentioned in a case about a botched train robbery in Siskiyou or again and it was four people dead and the robbers who actually we're not robbers because they didn't walk away with anything we're in the wind and the only real clues they had were a pair of overalls and so the federal agents so the government sent down US postal agents and southern Pacific railroad agents and that was for the extent of the federal agent investigators they sent down and they did what federal agency which is of course you know go through with a fine tooth comb to try to find everything and the only thing that came up with was on one of the pockets was some grease the mechanics grease so they arrested a mechanic who was sort of an error well and this guy's in jail and the sheriff is enormous and so he says let's call and high rich and see what he thinks he went he had been known for a few cases before them so hi rich at this point has the I have this fantastic photo of him he's penned up the overalls kind of on a door that he's hung from the ceiling so that he can look at it and he's put a pair of shoes which look odd to me underneath as if this were like an invisible man is hanging from the ceiling wearing these overalls Oscars gaze traveled up the garments and he stared at the engine oil on the left pocket evidence that had convinced federal agents that a local mechanic was the killer Oskar scraped off some of the dark skin sticky glue spread it across the glass slide and placed underneath his microscope he just in the ocular and rotated the magnification dial it wasn't Greece he was sure because he hadn't spot and any of its standard components mineral oil vegetable oil line Egypt region on the slide and watch the chemical reaction the group was a purely organic substance with his pencil Oscar made the most important note of the case a scribble on the back of an old envelope that would save the mechanics life pitch not oil on left pocket Kate Winkler Dawson control the greasing the overalls came from a tree not a vehicle and soon Oscar would determine that the pitch actually came from a Douglas fir tree found in western Oregon the same type of naturally occurring sticky resin used to **** the seams of wooden sailing ships for centuries Oscar turned out the pockets of the overalls carefully as little chips caught in the fiber reflected the light of a small flashlight no larger than the half size of a pea he wrote the pockets carry tiny chips earth debris and botanical debris peculiar to the western Washington and western Oregon forests the suspect live in the western part of Oregon he concluded Oskar understood human nature so man's habits reflected his personality also okay so now we're skipping over to the federal agents are finally tired of all of his notes and they want answers so they come down to his lab which is in Berkeley and there's one federal agents one thing you're supposed to win and another federal agency McConnell and so they say to him who is it what is this guy because we got this mechanic and we're ready to put him to death for this and he said no it's a lumberjack the where an owner was a lumberjack employed in a for or spruce logging camp a white man not over five feet ten inches tall probably shorter wait not over a hundred and sixty five pounds probably less not so fast professor said the postal agent do you mean to say that you found all of this out nearly from examining those overalls Oscar explains this is the razzle dazzle part to me monster explained that he could estimate the weight of the owner because lumberjacks frequently bought their overalls and a larger size so they have room to shrink in the wash those overalls appear to be new the special shoes that his assistant intrigued early retrieved earlier we're walking shoes and we place them underneath the overalls cuffs they were the perfect length for a longer hoping to keep his clothes from being ruined by climbing trees lumbermen always wear their pant legs turned up in a deep cough about halfway between the ankle in the calf and also the boot Oscar noted he measured the distance from the cuffs creases to the shoulder straps to estimate the wearer's height he also knew that the owners left shoulder was three fourths of an inch higher than the right based on how the straps were adjusted they were handled exclusively on the left hand side that meant he might have been left handed the suspect was occasioned Caucasian according to the charts Oskar used to classify two strands of hair and while he was not able to use the here to conclusively identify the suspect his assertion of the ethnicity of the owner was scientifically valid he had created a physical sketch of the killer and incredibly accurate profile based on a single pair of overalls Oscars description tally perfectly with room to avoid him Tremont a brown haired lumberjack with a slight build and height if the studious man who worked in Oregon on spruce and fir trees so deputies released mechanic from jail and now special agents focus their search on a lumberjack from Oregon don't don't tune okay how did you find us well but but once you found him yeah and there's more to that story right but once you found him how did you know that it's he was worth finding what did you discover because you as you said there was not a lot that was known about him in basic searches right right so you know if if we backtrack my when I was some of my first book which was called off and there is a about of London air pollution disaster the serial killer caught in it along with a lot of other people I felt like I really wanted to go toward forensics my father was a law professor at the university of Texas and we talked about forensics a lot and so I kind of was on the search for a forensic scientist and so you know I got this book and I found this case and I found this American Sherlock label and you're right I kind of started with attracted to the name in the man and when I found out how significant he was that he was a pioneer forensics was very exciting there's so many other steps to writing what I think is a compelling narrative nonfiction books so a couple this is just for me okay number one I like to write about people who are relatively unknown I'm not gonna probably right about JFK I just I want the unknown person I want somebody who's made history and this is certainly somebody who's made history I want a time period that I feel like I'm excited about and I like the older the better for me so my first book was based in nineteen fifty two and high rich works between nineteen ten to nineteen fifty three that's for a fantastic decades as far as I'm concerned so much happens in that time period that's exciting for me and like food and music and culture and crime and corruption in politics all that stuff is really important because I think that's how you can really build a really good story and then I really wanted a great location and I love San Francisco I live in San Francisco he worked out of Berkeley so that was really important to me and then the biggest thing for me well there's one thing one is you know besides making history does what he did to make history which is advancing forensics what does that tell us about now like is that permit now is forensics important important now well yeah off course it does and then really finally it's the big thing for for hi rich that I think was in his favor for me at least was at his collection at UC Berkeley was enormous and that was a really good thing and a really bad thing because it wasn't it was an excellent thing because it gave me a look a huge amount of sources was also an excellent thing because it scared everybody else away because as you mean Mike Moore like was like about a hundred twenty boxes right and and that doesn't even count the letters that he had and it was close totally close it's been closed for sixty five years I think that when he died in fifty three his youngest son Mortimer just basically got whatever the nineteen sixty five equivalent of a U. haul as and dumped it at UC Berkeley his entire allowed because everything was there Kate Winkler Dawson on America's first forensic scientist who book American Sherlock UC Berkeley like many other you know archives libraries is understaffed and so when you do the search usually as a researcher I go to WorldCat dot org or I'll go to archive created and also putting in somebody's name and that those websites will tell you if the person has a collection where the collection is if they have multiple collections and like if you type in Benjamin Franklin he's at like twelve different locations so I put in hi rich and he was at UC Berkeley but then it said that don't condone closed collection so that meant researchers can't go and so I read more about him I kind of in my head put together a good case and there's a form that you can fill out and those are guys that basically says I know it's closed I know this is a big deal and let me explain why it should be opened I'm an established author I'm with a real publishing company I was with Putnam and this is why this man is significant and where you need to take the time to open up the collection and I got a email back from the assistant to the arc of is to essentially say good luck because this is probably not gonna happen we're so understaffed and this is the collection is closed for reasons because it's a large and about two days later her boss Lorne Michaels emailed me and she said we'll do it she said you're right he's great he taught here for you know forty years we should open up the collection she said it's gonna take two years and I will work one day a week on it and I said great I'll take it and so all of that you know leads into me not only identify somebody who I think was worth a book in like really compelling cases but actually having to take the step of saying this is why you need to open this up as white teacher time you know it's worth it well and and let's talk a little bit about what was in those boxes because he I mean if you don't mind even read this paragraph from just it gives folks an idea Oscar faithfully meticulously thought out several pages of his large field journals every day of the week even on the weekends and holidays the chronicle.
U.S. Senators want Indian Health Service to release report on patient abuse. Umatilla Tribes reopen Wildhorse casino after sanitizing due to coronavirus. FCC official visits Wind River Reservation to discuss rural broadband access.
"This is national native. News Amy on Tony Gonzalez Montana and other senators on the US. Senate committee on Indian Affairs have voiced their concerns over the Indian Health Service decision not to release a report examining the scope of child sexual abuse committed by one of its former doctors. Aaron Bolton has more Dr Stanley Weber was convicted of abusing young native boys on Montana's blank feet Indian reservation in twenty eighteen and more recently on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota last fall after the Wall Street Journal and frontline jointly reported on how. Ihs officials allegedly ignored signs of Weber's abuse. The agency commissioned to report to investigate the claims Montana. Public radio was denied. A copy of the report in early February. I said the report contained protected. Private Information Montana. Senators Steve Daines and John Tasker. Sit on the Indian Affairs Committee in took issue with what they call the agency's lack of transparency. Late last month in response I just said it would provide lawmakers with what it called an executive summary outlining broad findings and recommendations for National Native News. I'm Erin Bolton they you Mattila tribes at Wild Horse Casino in Oregon reopened Wednesday. It was closed for forty eight hours for a thorough cleaning. After employees of the casino was diagnosed with Krona virus and a statement tribal leadership said they reopened the facility after reviewing an inspection report from the tribes environment and safety and Health Departments Wednesdays Corona virus update from the tribal health center to the community states. There are no known positive cases of Corona virus on the Tiller reservation. The employee was being treated in Washington State Falling Mondays. Alert about the exposure. A tribal emergency command center was initiated as a response tribal leadership also closed schools and a senior center for cleaning and counseled tribal events for the week as a precaution as tribes across the country. Prepare for the corona virus. Us lawmakers Wednesday introduced more than eight billion dollar emergency spending package to tackle the corona virus in the US. According to the National Indian Health Board forty million dollars set aside specifically for tribes tribal organizations and urban Indian organizations. The House cleared the bill Wednesday. The National Indian Health Board is seeking assistance from tribes in assessing corona virus impacts in Indian country. Federal agencies are taking part in a national conference call Thursday to provide tribes updates on the corona virus. A federal official recently visited the wind river reservation to discuss it rural broadband access Wyoming Public Radio Savannah. Mar Reports Federal Communications Commission. Chairman Agit Pie met with northern Arapaho tribal leaders and representatives from the tribally owned company. Wind River Internet his visit came after the FCC awarded more than four million federal dollars to a broadband expansion project on the reservation. Pi said that when river internet which is carrying out that expansion is one of only a handful of tribally operated internet providers in the country. They're doing incredible work because they've got to work against odds. Some of the geographic demographic challenges I talked about the in many cases access to capitals limited. And so we're doing everything we can to help. Those tribally owned telecom companies data from the. Us Census Bureau shows that just over half of native people. Living on reservations have access to high speed Internet on Wind River. The number is closer to one third. The FCC's grant is expected to benefit around eight hundred homes on the reservation for National Native News. I'm Steve Anamar demand. Tony Gonzales.
Industry is key to climate change fight, says UN industrial development chief
"This is Matt Wells at U. N. News the UN Industrial Development Organization UNIDO works towards poverty reduction inclusive globalization and environmental sustainability and that mandates crucial to the battle against global warming. That's the view of direct to general the young who spoke to you and uses marshy lead to discuss a range of issues from tackling climate change range managing the private sector's contribution to the sustainable development goals and you need those efforts to foster digital infrastructure across Africa he began by expanding the significance consider Mondays climate action summit here you and headquarters why it's so meaningful for UNIDO to contribute to climate summit because it is saying about thirty percent of the emission actually generated by the air industry manufacturing and also one third of the electricity power actually consumed by the manufacturing sector so this is as a con of reality a kind of challenge for the manufacturing future industry and UNIDO as on collision of course we promote manufacturing industrial development for developing countries but you walk kind of way is a big question question. Do we follow the traditional way footprint. Well we try to be innovative this. This is a water as I become digi of UNIDO twenty thirteen and we started with extensive discussion and a set up a new agenda agenda or mandate which is inclusive and sustainable industrial develop inclusive and share the prosperity already among all the people leave. No one behind for Industrial Development Sustainability is really green industry sustainability of industry manufacturing and a wichita focusing on the reduction of emission so we need to change shoot shoot traditional way of the consumption of energy and the traditional way of the producing emission and with new technology allergy with the new policy available for Oma States so that is our tasker a work now. I'm ver- happy this inclusive and sustainable industrial development become. SDG Go nine which is inclusive sustainable in that transition innovation and the infrastructure now. I'm very happy now. We moved ahead of his agenda. UNIDO creator lots of projects audience programs convenient function connected to the contribution of the Climate Change Agenda of Francis a we have a renewable Newell Energy Efficiency Program. This is a very big program for all member countries. We have the Green Industrial Conference. There's a focusing on the industry we have the Vienna and deform co-hosted with other partners focused on renewable renewable energy. I understand private. sector has been playing an increasingly important role in helping facilitate the partnership. How do you understand the importance of price activate in playing a role to promote initiatives work price as a partner one of the important potent group of partner of course Governmental Power Dilemma Financial Institution Academia and we we have a UN agencies or brother Sister Agency. We are the pound but why we focus on the private sector as as one of the important engine for you need those inclusive sustainable in touch association process because our program when we move ahead. It's connected to practice it. Companies it connected to the local community maybe stuff from individual farmers start start ups and also the big companies but via from privacy and also when we move ahead of his some of the program will I to generate more impact of the project because we create a job food agro-processing manufacturing activities supported youth to have jaw support a women to have Joel and and that is a big concept of the private sector and we are very happy we worked very closely with the Global Compact the the UN there the headquarters of the privacy at those big companies small company all of the world obviously Africa's still needing a lot of assistance from the international community in many areas including innovation and now it infrastructures how you need to carry Al this job in Africa of course innovation as always very dynamic without innovation. I don't believe this world. We'll move ahead. This science technology will be developed and therefore you need the operation we could keep traditional way of if to embarrass individual projects for fifty years and the we enjoy very much a conspiracy wet local community where however when we move ahead with this SDG twenty thirty s did you go nine it puts innovation air as one of the pillar and then how to achieve inclusive sustainable in touch as we through the individual projects. It takes maybe ten thousand miles road. If we use the innovator way support a country you start from industrial strategy edgy on the subsectors for a whole industrial sector us the human resources you the national endowment use the compatibility ability being billed there will be much faster the ten thousand miles road or be greatly shortened that is what what we are doing with innovative approach to support a country we created a PCP program for country Polish focusing on individual strategy did you industrial policy advice to the country based on the national priorities and infrastructure is so critical ago we say it's connected connecting it to rolled connected to electricity conduct conduct to water and those that concept of the infrastructure when we move ahead industrial development infrastructure stretcher must be there otherwise we cannot to the industry with all the water without electricity without transportation. It's not industry. Maybe go back to the farm meaning. They still need infrastructure. So that's very important area for you need to support we are not on sation was a beer funding for infrastructure but we add on Asian could provide advisory services advices for the strategy to develop infrastructure connected to our programs like industrial pumps ops integrated egger industrial parks and a special economic zones and we mobilized resources from those international development institutions from agency and from the private companies that Tis what are we are doing and one of the issue I just lied to to to mashing it to before conclusion and the infrastructure trickiest specially for the digital infrastructure now people talk about the industrial revolution but a EH connected to more than eighty. Maybe year ninety kinds of technologies but those technology will be run on infrastructure a stretch of road. That is a digital infrastructure we now advice those countries especially developing country poorest country least developed countries to setup agenda to develop digital infrastructure.
Don't "pick your battles." It's all important.
"Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and welcome to this week's thoughtful Thursday a huge. Thank you to everyone listening right now. Especially those of you tune in every Monday and Thursday don't forget to follow us on Instagram at hacking leadership. Leave us a review on. I tunes also if you haven't already done so check out. One of the three guests series episodes publish over the last month. Our listeners have been asking us to have guests on the podcast for more than a year and we're listening to making that happen okay for this week's episode. I WanNa talk about the tendency of many leaders who WanNa pick their battles when it comes to coaching or giving in feedback to their employees. We've all been there an employee reports to you and they're a tough nut to crack. Maybe you're relationship with Emma's contentious or maybe it's just non existent. They have their way of doing things and for the most part that was fine but every once in a while their way is not the right way for the business needs the team or the company culture or the wellbeing of their co workers at at that moment. Many leaders will gravitate towards saying nothing though rationalize it by believing it's better for their relationship with that person if they don't seem like they're taking or making a big deal out of things it's possible that most other leaders have allowed these small transgressions to slide and if you become the first leader in several months or years to call out this person for their actions you'll come off the only one who's bothered by them them while no one else seems to care or maybe the employees means well and never intentionally screws up. They just can't seem to grasp certain concepts so it's rationalized that because their net overall all contributions fantastic maybe the shouldn't be rocked at a retail organization. I work with there's a sales role. That is very highly scheduled meeting. Every minute is calculated to make what's your customers are being served. tasker being accomplished in training is done work. Breaks are scheduled to ensure too. Many people aren't gone at the same time and the more employees adhere to the schedule the smooth the things run and in this role there are two employees who seem to have a really hard time keeping to their schedule and unfortunately it causes a ripple effect that impacts their coworkers customers customers and the overall flow of business but the motivations of these two people meaning what lies behind their inability to self manage is very different. One of them is incredibly passionate. about helping customers is highly flexible as an absolute joy to work with. They're just very upset minded and have shown they really don't have an internal voice telling them to keep track of their schedule. The other is also very good at their job but likes things highly structured. They're keenly aware of their schedule and where they're supposed to be at all times they just have idea of what their schedules should look like and they'll find things to to do or not do so that their schedule lines up more closely with what they'd prefer it to be the results of these two employs failing to be where they should be are nearly identical. The reasons is for fixing. These two situations are also the same but the conversations each employee needs must be very different. If the leader wants any hope of seeing me change for the employees the means well but is is absent minded. It's important to acknowledge the why behind their actions in a positive way clearly they're passionate about the brand the customer experience and their coworkers so any conversation with them needs to start with assuming positive intent and meaning they are Bob. I want you to know that I notice how much you care about your customers every single. Dan I really appreciate it. If you have a minute I'd love to give you more insight insight into how roles fit together throughout the day so you can continue to progress within your role. The conversation is no longer about trying to fix employ instead. It's about trying to help them get better because the doors was it will open for them for the structured employees who knows they're scheduled but just wants things to be their way. You might be thinking I'm going to say. The approach needs to be different but I'm not employed. Ploy Development in the context of leadership always needs to start with assuming positive intent because once you're unable to assume positive intent imager no longer able to lead this person and that means it's time for them to leave the organization or Stanford. You leave the organization. It's easy to think this employee is stubborn that they just don't care about their co workers and that's the thought process of the leader who cares less about employee development and more about eliminating things that just make their own job harder but if your motivation is a leader is truly about helping your employees become better people assuming positive intentions of requisite. Jim I can tell you excel at time management and I really appreciate how you're never standing around. If you have a minute I'd love to give you some context as to why it might seem like I'm always so concerned with making sure people are where they're supposed to be. I think your skills in this area can help some of your co workers. You might need it. The conversation is now no longer about calling out an employee instead. It's about empowering that employees employed use their skills in order to help their coworkers while at the same time educating that employees on how their decisions impact everyone something they may not even be aware of when leader shy away from addressing the little things those little almost always grown to bigger things bigger things that are much harder to address as long as each battle you choose to fight is viewed as an opportunity to strengthen. Thank the your relationship with one of your employees. Your opponent in each of those battles will no longer be that employ instead the tube. You'll be on the same side fighting the same problem together. Thanks for listening and we'll see on Monday.
How use of digital devices may influence obesity risk
"Well, some folks call him former Mr. Tennessee, some call him Mr. merica finalists, multiple times, we just call him. The big handsome, his health, fitness and wellness expert in our friend of the program. Warren Honeycutt Warren, how're you doing my friend. Good morning, sir. How are you with you guys? Again, we're doing great. It's great to have you back on on the program. Unusually we're talking about things that we intake into our bodies by mouth. But now we're talking about I guess today. The topic is things that we intake with our eyes and with our brain. Yes. Interesting study that that refer to their Tim from darkness in rice. And now they're saying that people who are addicted to cellphones and multi media multitasking more prone to obesity. How about that? So so so so they spent some money conducted a study on this. And what what what are the triggers on this? Well, actually, I mean, first of all the reason I was chuckling. It's not really hard to figure out and you don't have to have that much brainpower to realize if you sitting on a couch somewhere in chair on your cell phone. You're not doing much as it relates to your physical health in regard activity. And so that's that's the first thought that comes to my mind, the the triggers, and it was an interesting thing and getting very serious for second. They took a hundred think thirty five or so people, and I term Inde who did most of the multimedia multitasking, and then they took that group and they didn't MRI with different pitchers. Exposed to them and sandwich throughout the presentation. There was that food pitchers with more activity in the brains of the multi-taskers than those that weren't affected in such a way and the obesity was much higher with those people. And that was it's an interesting thought in frankly in all the years I've been around I've never had that thought. But it's not hard to convince yourself at all when you look around. I mean, it's hard to carry on a conversation anymore with anybody ended. Very very tricky warned. Do we see any do any the numbers get offset because I mean as as as much bad as our devices can bring because we're stuck to them playing games or reading or face booking or whatever. There's also all kinds of health apps on there. I mean, it measures the steps you can set certain goals, you can do certain things on there to keep you more aware of your healthiness. And personally, I think those are great most of them don't go as far as deep as need be. But the ones that do in regard to macro nutrients in Seoul, and so forth, and like, you said steps taken, etc. Etc. Those are good. Monitor's to help us stay on track. And that is a good thing as anything, you know, moderation is the key. And so often we go overboard with any and everything in this wasn't in this study. But there's other studies pointed out. Teams and kids now take a gifts how many hours a day. On average, not not the most of the lease. But on average kids on their cell phones. I would say minimum of three hours a day. Yeah. That will if you multiply that that two point two or three that's the number is seventy eight hours a day while periods, and if you think in terms of okay, they sleep for seven hours and then seven seven. Fifteen hours is not a whole lot of time left to do anything else. It's it's a real issue. Einstein said years and years ago prior to you know, the last ten years that when we become addicted as a society to electron IX is what he referred to as then. Cultures. We know it would not exist. And you think well, you know, that's an interesting thought. And then you realize and you've seen this team. He's sitting church. Okay. And so forth are going off. Or or they're not going off people sitting there looking at their cell cellphones. It's the bible app worn it's the bible app. Yeah. I love hearing him laugh forest. I was walking and this was during communion. Okay. The most I don't get into the religious part of that. But the most sacred part of of worship service communion, and I was you know, helping pass the trays. For the communion and passes guarantees sitting there going in the world. I mentioned that to my wife Betty, and that's what she said. Well, maybe he had to bible go. Okay. Maybe I shouldn't have judge. But. It takes you back. And it is something that is just amazing to me that. And even myself, you know, Facebook singer little reporter buddy is on Facebook knows you a report every week. Yeah. X amount of hours on Facebook last week. Yeah. I look at mine and go there's no way I spent that much time. You know, it is what it is. Yeah. It is. And you know, I guess really it's it's a digital diet. Maybe dial it down. Some is is going to be a first good step right at the great. Great acronym for that. And yes, it is in moderation in the first step in any resolution as it relates to make a change in behavior is recognizers problem. And most of us don't really realize how much time these devices are taking and again, the more time you spend looking at a cellphone, the more the chances are you're going to be obese and obesity is something that is a huge huge. Well, even the FDA says is epidemic
Balancing Work and Relationships
"For many years of my career. I was about the work. I was about the task. I was raised to be a Tasker. That's just what you did. You got it done and the project or the priority was the issue. The relationships probably were just an afterthought or part of the task or part of the project, and he really focus on those. But I had a really a mindset change about that. Probably oh say eight to ten years ago. I started really valuing the relationship. I and I begin to be very selective about who. I hung around with. In business. I think that's really important because you work forty years in career, and you do it all day long. So those relationships are willing really huge.
"tasker" Discussed on All About Android
"Remember how last week we discussed how Tasker was pleading with Google to give it the ability to access SMS. Call log permissions in order to do all of. It's awesome things. Well, apparently that pleading worked Google responded Google is expanding their exceptions list to include task automation, Apso not just task. We got you. Yeah. I know it worked. We know. This is by you love the Android. No kidding, right? Like tuskers like the the epitome of what people would use as an example as griot, Android is awesome. For the internet of things. I'm sure it's great for so much. Thanks do so much with it. This isn't by the way, the only exemption in place in this case, just the latest other exemptions have been enterprise archival. Caller ID. Spam detection, spam blocking apps as just a number of things. Mario I know. You guys have written about Tasker so much in law the year over the years. Hausners been around for a long time. If you guys have gone deep on it, would you have would you have assumed that Tasker would have been able to pull this off. I guess when I read it last week. I was like, well, I guess there goes the utility, you know, at least partially of Tasker. Honestly, I I always knew that in the end, it would be reinstated. Like you said. Tasker is kind of a symbol of just what injury can do them by so many people chose injured especially early on. Right. When when Android short wasn't as polish as Iowa's. But people needed a kind of an excuse to say, okay, why am I picking Android and people pointed to task and said look at all this stuff that it can do SMS and SMS automation and stuff that requires coal, log that permission particular was a big part of that people could set up all the all these recipes about things you can do with SMS and tasks automating SMS on the one hand to make sense Google want to begin rolling out these restrictions. But at the same time Tasker has such a following. And I mean a lot of these. Features and implementations that people were using a required a paid service by Tasker as well. So obviously, we've we're going to be upset and Tasker such such a darling of the Android app community or like D enthusiast community, rather that it kind of makes sense that one way or another the kind of the complaints of our community would be heard of Michelle in particular. He's a J Ganic Tasker fan. I think one year we did like a Tasker week what he wrote like all these amazing to Tourelles of things you could do at Tasker on people can go on XT and just like Google exit Tasker week in the final. He's amazing really amazing things powerful automation things that you can do with task or really just. Make things more convenient. And so so I always knew that at the end of the day, you know, people were going to make noise about this. And and eventually would kind of be reinstated. Dale. There you go. Eweek? Right. Tasker life. Of stuff in there. My goodness. Looking looking suffer that it's really can your infinite possibility if you can create if you can dream it you can you can program it that's Android in a nutshell. Indeed, it was I don't know if it's still is Android the stuff of dreams. Speaking of dreams, if you have a dream of talking to businesses via Google at all don't we all dream as them coming true. Google maps is added messaging to the app a new messages button will appear in the.
Cleveland Browns trade WR Corey Coleman to Buffalo Bills for draft pick
"Going to foxsports Sunday Bob on the wheels of steel, Iran in the show, Steve Sager joins us for our final segment where. I at least for this hour St. we still have baseball going Mckee bats, at RBI single MVP candidate Dr not candidate candidate because his teammate JD Martinez who had two out two run single bottom of the night to help things along Boston was. Down four one bottom of the ninth they've just one. In the tenth over the rival Yankees five to four Mookie Betts is hitting over three forty leading the majors. By the way his home run tonight his twenty six of the year JD Martinez lead the majors in, homers RBI's with thirty three. Home runs and now ninety three RBI's. We're in the first week of August he has ninety three. Batting, about three twenty catch hack Wilson no not exactly who. Has since. One, thousand nine hundred, thousand thank you Red Sox scored the tying run on a two, hour throwing. Air they win it in the tenth. Five four it ends in. About ten minutes to one in the morning at, Fenway pack meanwhile have you. Noticed the NFL news today that we had the trade of the woeful Cleveland Browns trading another one of their woeful first round draft, picks wide receiver Corey Coleman goes to the Buffalo Bills for according to NFL network eight late first round and unspecified pick at this point Peter King among the many football writers sending this out the Cleveland if you look at their first rounders between two thousand. Nine up through twenty sixteen that's eleven different first round, picks not one is left on the Cleveland Browns not one let me ask you a stupid question I'm pretty. Good at that I also see the Brady Quinn talking about it but he didn't bring up does this, have anything to do with. Kelvin Benjamin popping up about Carolina because. I guess they weren't happy about that in in buffalo I. Assumed, it had more to do with Josh Gordon that he's. Actually closed Quinta but I don't know maybe I'm thinking, thinking outside the box here. Who knows I might also have something to do with the other horrifically awful receivers around Benjamin in buffalo right now I mean rod, Streeter Zeta Jones I just don't think they have any depth either but Tasker No Maybe No. Shortly I don't think they're gonna be asking the pro football hall of fame game the unwatchable annual exhibition nonetheless was the top rated TV show of the. Night it was about six point eight million viewers by. Comparison the Stanley, Cup final clincher got six point six million viewers this. Year so the last, game the championship of the hockey season clinch that night got fewer than the first exhibition of the football. Season Saying that is insane and, by the way the hockey numbers this year that was up fifty percent in the ratings from the year before. Their game five, so it's just studying how, much fine if you want to say, football ratings are down it's still just kills all weekend for baseball in Seattle they were a ton of Blue Jays fans in from Canada it was. A superb superb atmosphere so much so that many players. For, the Canadian side the Blue Jays talked about wishing they could take the fans with them back into, Canada for their home games last night though in the game at Seattle there was. One Blue Jays fan who let's just say there was a bet on the line and he interrupted the Mariners Jays game last night in the night and. Streaking onto the field and he was eventually tackled by. Security and ushered, off well the Blue Jays reporter Hazel may from sports. Net says the streaker, is a citizen living in Vancouver but a citizen of Ireland and so may be forced to return to Ireland depending on how the legal situation plays out after last night's arrest outside Canadian borders her, update this afternoon was that her source with the sheriff's office in Seattle Had the streaker still incarcerated today by the way could be deported all for. An eighty dollar bet better go bail them out we're talking AFC north next Your.
"tasker" Discussed on TANIS
"The tasker have assembled they're all what are they dealing yes what other tasker stealing their waiting quarter they waiting for are they waiting for the small water they don't want me to tell you why glinting mean they believe here looking for him looking for his nick looking for the one who knows someone who knows the voice in the darkness mic yes there was a time when you were moving toward the man band it's a long haul toward the voice and the darkness yes so why are you looking for him down because he's hiding hiding from you know he's hiding from you as you know i used to make website for a living and back then it wasn't extremely work intensive job encoding html working with frames in so many other things to learn and continually reeler these days i make all.
"tasker" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Drier than that i think you know i i don't think the two ninety average is going to stick around but i mean i mean how much different is this guy than miguel no at this point except for he stays healthy and he's got a defense so differences okay well that's mad chapman let's talk tasker hernandez who's up and playing in hitting and it makes me happy i did not get the amount of shares i definitely did i did something that i didn't want to do and i said i wouldn't do based on and this was the high end case of it last year with what's his head cody bellinger and i'm not saying is cody bellinger but that whole of like there's no roles so i'm not going to go crazy because they have all these outfielders when they brought in grischuk and granderson so i ended up with a couple of shares of tasker when he would have been my late round pick all over the place and i don't know why and it's not just because he's off to a fast start like that's great or whatever but i did you know i was i was jocking tasker in november saying all you know it's gonna be great that'd be great then they signed all these guys and i'm like why did they do that's really annoying i i want to i wanna see task or get a get a full time role well he's only got playing time he's already up and so what do we got here with tasker is this something that could last hours just gonna be short ended the platoon as a righty you know pairing with with granderson or can he push randall grischuk out who i know this is weird so sit down for this one is having a terrible stretch because randall grischuk is super consistent and never goes into god awful lows where you wonder how he even became a professional baseball player that never happens except every single year and so he's in one right now he's twenty six he's out of options he needs to turn around so it can take hoster take randall grischuk job i think you should.
"tasker" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yeah i enjoy steve tasker you enjoy tasker elliot very good i did in it is about buffalo that well you know it's like green these non major markets you're immediately cut a roof for the underdog a little bit right nn i tell you what i think history to me signs favorably on those bills four straight super bowl team will know team for me i d i bureau i mean i'm in the minority assurance very favourably i'd be willing to bet you will never see a team in the nfl go to four consecutive super bowls ever again and and whether they win or lose i something daft be can be accomplished not not the way the nfl set up these days and if it wasn't for the dominance of the nfc at that time because the dallas cowboys one of the best teams i've ever seen i mean those early '90s teams their offensive line their ground game their defense they had every they will emmitt smith michael irvin and troy aikman and one of the great offense of it's not to mention alvin harper i mean they had weapons all over the place and it you know and in the forty nine years you're right there in the mix to there were a hell of a squad right during those years as well so the bills could never quite get over the over the hump but yeah there tell they hadn't probowl is all over the place hall of famers all over the place great fan base but yukon and knew they were getting served up to the lions back that it was like well some on in scott norwood yep that's what that's why i hate that giant team more than any team of all time because they they kinda stole their way into the super bowl and then they stole the super bowl yeah they won the super bowl anonymous kick blank those giants speak don't forget about the mark rippin led redskins who got him in a super bowl to they did get them that's right new delhi on thurman thomas lefty sidelined after i element on the sideline how many of those cowboys offense of lyman can you name that's a great question larry allen larry newton yet uh th the mark tuinei when a.
"tasker" Discussed on No Huddle
"It's a days in it dated thank you joe his soon argue you're listening to nfl nohuddle plug jazz in we'll be right back with more after this it's a new year and for you to explore new podcast unteam what better way to celebrate the new year than taking a look back at the bus patasse in 2017 from news in politics too true crime comedy and history favorites we've rounded up our favorites and there's something for everyone shows included dirty john s tom my favorite murder homecoming had save america start your you year with these god jassim more just third patasse on tuna today welcome back to win a film nohuddle dupont jazzed bureau your hosts brian weber aim kordell stewart next on nfl nohuddle the podcast let's welcome in former bills receiver steve tasker of cbs sports steve thanks for taking the time to join us to get on the program we've heard so much over the years about the passion of the bills fan base can you articulate what makes him so special in your experience how went for you over the years playing in upstate new york well it it's true i mean you can tell you guys are probably heard about how the bill showed their appreciation to andy dalton for thrown away touchdown to send the bill to uh to the playoffs uh over a hundred thousand dollars have been donated is is foundation as a response from bills fans who donated seventeen dollars.
"tasker" Discussed on No Huddle
"You are listening to the nfl on two men facing no huddle withdrawing in the weber banned kordell stewart pleased to be joined by steve tasker the former bells receiver now game adults for cbs sports steve thanks for taking the time to join us again on the program we've heard so much over the years about the passion of the bills fan base can you articulate what makes him so special in your experience how went for you over the years playing an upstate new york well it is true i mean you can tell you guys are probably heard about how the build showed their appreciation andy dalton for throw noil touched down to send the bill to uh to the playoffs uh over one hundred thousand dollars have been donated is is foundation as a response from bills fans who donated seventeen dollars or so to to commemorate the 17 years they were out of the playoffs it didn't surprise me too much when that word got out that that might happen and uh it's uh it's a it's a different kind of atmosphere in buffalo because uh you guys probably know buffaloes not really a retirement destination so if you live in buffalo it's because you were born here and raised here for the most part and uh if you're born and raised here everybody knows a bills fan your family your friends your neighbors everybody and it's part of the part of the fabric of the community and because of that when good things happen uh the community really comes together it's uh it's pretty special place for that reason.
"tasker" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Uni tasker is right they focus on one thing at a time so if they're at work they're not necessarily thinking oh i need to text the girl that i went out with saturday night they don't they're just they're not thinking about it whereas we're constantly thinking about it so we can think about thirty thirty thousand things at a time by here that off my friends are like well if he was thinking about me he would remember detects me good night and if he was thinking if he liked me he would remember detects me in the morning or like he would remember detects me at work it's like not always sometimes sometimes but not always will we m which is why i recommend dating more than one person at once you know until you find when that you really liked because then you have multiple people were you can see their cadence of communication and you're not just locked on one guy and by doing that you realize that a lot of men don't text you every day and honestly the guys that are consistently texting all day long my thought is don't you have a job like do you have all this time attacks me all day long have you go do your job and then tech me at the end of the day exactly yeah so that's i mean and you know the other thing is don't don't start making up stories about what's going on when you haven't heard from them for a couple of days and you imagine asia hands well that's a whole strategy or not at all the dow jones crazy i love that story i gotta that that chapter i re i read the book is fantastic but i i go into the fis scenarios i came up with of why he disappeared and you know good rule of thumb if you're gonna make up a story make it a good story i could have made up well he's never met such an amazing woman and he just kenya he doesn't even know how to deal with it and afterwards but that's not what i came up with i came up with oh because i did this wrong or i said that wrong or i turned him off because i invited them to a wedding that wasn't for three months and i it's ridiculous i mean that's why use a different name on this because it's a.
"tasker" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"First out what sort of the fielded sweep tasker coming on a going into halftime morgan lewis said he he could even both teams were really affected by the shades injury and also joe mix in who is by the way out with a concussion tonight but both coaches said they got to remember this is still a football game that means a lot mike tomlin was more animated than you'll ever seen him at halftime trailing bike they are here with in cincinnati other senator gets it on the first incident snapping handsoff the runs laterally on the 35 of georgia wash of a couple on the play hit by atkins also by evans nogain of the play fielded let's go to steve mike tomlin ah just to finish that up he was he had to tell his players he said his message was going to be hey guys no word on ryan show here you've got to remember this is the football game that we've got a win nick we've got a job to do we got to put that aside for the time being really his message to players with about getting back into this football game trying to dig out oklahoma they've created for themselves second downturn rothlisberger under centre with the rain simple backus nafta spin handoff cabello that away at a forty runs outside the paint angle goes to the flatlined the four yard line in front of his own bench with a fiveyard pick up right there volunteers perfect makes the stop across the way the clock at 1214 ticking seventeen free bengals third quarter and kevin i can reiterate the importance of going with the wind in this game right now because of where the wind is and right now at the back of the pittsburgh steelers a couple of things that i've taken away from the end of the first half till now is that maybe mbela starting to assert himself into this game he has had a couple of big what is your right at the end of the first happened near to start the second half in the gun battle zone 43 rob was supposed to.