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The Cascadia Subduction Zone

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:32 min | Last week

The Cascadia Subduction Zone

"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific

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Fresh "Three minutes" from People, Passion and Politics with Robert Patillo

People, Passion and Politics with Robert Patillo

00:40 min | 54 min ago

Fresh "Three minutes" from People, Passion and Politics with Robert Patillo

"News until 13 80 w ay Okay the voice of the community. Don't ask me why I have so much energy. Got nothing else to do on happen. Just happen to be outside my man. Matt is here with me. Matt, When it comes back up, we got to do a show together. Yeah, please. I gotta show September 4th through the six. I'm renting out the doghouse. I am nervous, though. Yeah, well, number one. I haven't been on stage in quite some time at this point. Not today. Stop being funny, but you know it's different when you're used to doing it, as opposed to, you know, having something just stripped away from you for a couple of months. Yeah, I did. My first show police to go with my first time on stage in over three months by the awesome allowed so nervous. I mean it like that. It kind of felt like your first time to work your nerves. There goes that first high we won't been chasing. How was how was your How was your first time? Go? Did you do evenly? Oh, my first time I killed and I did three minutes. Because I didn't have any idea of like five minutes of seven minutes. You know, it's like You're just going out to an open mic? Yeah. So I just just started off as one of those things. Hey, I think I had like this. Let me try it on. You know, people couldn't believe. Ah, the things that came out of my mouth and my mother actually came to that show she never. She was working at the time. She's tired now. But she would never go anywhere after work, and I told her about this, and she actually showed up. Now. In hindsight, I wish I would have known she was coming because I was unemployed and sleeping on her couch and 2/3 of my jokes were about masturbating on her couch. And so will my material from you. Don't steal my material from you. Maybe, but not my life. But she was sitting there after the show was over, she says. I'll speak to you at the house. Yeah, my mom. No, It's funny. You know my first time, and I found that a lot of people say that do pretty well their first time. And so that's kind of what it felt like. My head is really well. It's a lapping school open mic. Of course you do. Well there. I loved the last school laughing. Skull is one of the few places in Atlanta I can say I have never been there with at least a warm crowd. Oh, yeah, already. You're paying to be there. You know, I'm such a great room, but they come the laughs and it's great. It's a great facility. Yeah, well, I guess that is the big thing. You know you're paying. We had an open Mike. It is obviously going to be Another book in your name. They're smart. They're guardians. Another stagger new comedians. Every show. There's three or four people. It's their first time. Oh, absolutely, I'm never sure. What I mean and to be honest with you. I think that's one of those environments where you get to see other performance up there and they do so well. Um, that it gives you confidence. Oh, yes, Definitely Nice one. Comes before you are doing well, Yeah, I mean, I'm at the point now where I'm like, I don't care if you do great or bomb Either way. It's just the only thing that changes is the first sentence and when I come out Yeah. For me to know. Yes, it's my first time back in after three months. I was weird, but it was just I was reading. It was still awesome. Just kind of came out the gate ready like every shot getting there. Till I get that first. Laughter. And then I, you know, feel at home and settle in. I don't get nervous anymore. Get anxious, like I guess I just want this call my name. Yeah, and that that that that is actually one of the challenge imports about the laughing school because you'll be there with 20 other comedians. Yeah, And they'd be like Number 17. I don't wanna wait through seven on water. I hate it and I feel bad for the audience. Like when I come out. When I do get booked late on shows. I have a lot of community. I cannot talk to tell the audience. For sticking around. I don't know how people I don't how you can sit through. 16 different people are just crazy. It's just means a lot to process. 16 different people with their different jokes and whatever. Yeah, and this is what I tell young comedians who who tried to move the same way I do as faras book in the venues in booking comedians. I said, Listen to me. If you have the show should never be longer than two hours. Number one. I don't know. Yeah, hour and 1/2. And if you have back to back shows, it better be an hour and 1/2 because you got to get people out and in Now, with that, Means said, I said, you should only have three other comedians. That's him. If you have three other comedians you believe in that can give you a solid 15 minutes. Him And if you do, then that's what you go with. Yeah. Like I have worked with Naomi can't name a cat was at one of my first shows that the relapse theater I mean, see South? Yes, all 20. I would bring you here. I can win on Samson Black. Your show's younger that watched it. That was great. Yeah. Great line up. Yeah, I wish Samson would have done better, You know, And it's funny. I love Samson. I really do is guy Samson Black love Samson. But he's like reading out of his book, and I'm like Granted. Granted, it's the relapse theater so normally it is just a venue for open mic people along practice I get. I said that this was an actual show where people paid money. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. You know, you're not reading out of a book, and that wasn't even the upsetting part from media. Upsetting part for me was list like Sam. You know your jokes. I know your jokes. Every comedian in this room can go up there and do your set, Woody. I used the book of.

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"three minutes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

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Fresh update on "three minutes" discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

01:13 min | 56 min ago

Fresh update on "three minutes" discussed on KNX Programming

"39. Florida shattered the national record today for the largest single day increase in positive Corona virus cases in any state since the beginning of the pandemic. They added more than 15,000 cases as its daily average death toll continues to also rise. According to State Department of Health Statistics, 15,299 people tested positive a total now of 269,811 cases in the state. 15 deaths were recorded in Florida. Dr David Vegas. So CBS News Medical contributor, says the nation could improve the chances of classes in the fall by doing one simple thing if the entire country warm ass and socially distance In 3 to 4 weeks. There would be no virus in the country, and we would be on par with many of the countries that have had a significant decrease and are back to a more normal way of life and economy. I hope and pray People. Listen. California had the previous record of daily positive cases 11,690 for that, re said just his last Wednesday. Today's numbers come at the end of a grim record breaking wake. As Florida reports 514 fatalities. It's an average of 73 every day. Three weeks ago, the state was averaging 30 day of deaths per day. Trump administration, insisting that schools do reopened in the fall, though many school leaders believe that it's too soon to be safe. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos appeared on CNN's state of the Union today, and she said the administration has planned But you had trouble detailing exactly what it is. Kids need to be back in school and that school leaders across the country need to be making plans to do just that. There's going to be the exception to the rule, but the rules should be that kid's go back to school this fall, Davis said. The guidelines need to be flexible because there is no uniform approach that we can take or should I take Nationwide. Alu CBS poll looks at three states experiencing a spike in Corona virus cases. That's Arizona, Texas. In Florida. It finds the Joe Biden is leading over President Trump in the Sunbelt states, a possible result from how the administration is handling the pandemic. CBS News Elections and surveys Director Anthony Salvato talks about Mohr of the findings from this most recent poll. We asked people if their state reopen and reopen the economy too quickly or at the rice feed in a majority, and all of them said they thought their state went to quickly and then they also told us that they felt that the state did that. Because of pressure from the Trump administration. The way the Trump administration is not only giving Biden a boost with already left leaning groups like women and young people, is also giving Biden more support from seniors. They're more vulnerable to the virus in a lot of seniors, of course, may change their votes. Because of all of this. We have a problem with one on one heading out of Sherman Oaks toward Woodland Hills. It's jammed up. We'll check out that in the ways around it coming up for you in about three minutes. Home Depot.

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"three minutes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Here Michael I. Guess my question is if we're looking at the time line was the development you know. Ben Getting captured was the development something that happened after Ben got captured. We talked a lot about how Oh, did something happen? The made Ben realized like Oh crap. This is more of an intense situation than I realized. Get me the hell out of here and then from that perspective. Maybe this would then. Be Like okay now. We're going to spur this along. Here's the league. If they've got access to the parole. Or if they've got some way of looking in on the Swan, it's like Oh, no, he's been found out, so we need to really kick this thing into overdrive because I do think timeline wise. Cheese coming to Michael roughly around the time that Ben has been found out. I think that line. Yeah, I. Yeah I think exodus are not actually just lockdown lines up with. Dave is going to be. Is going to be on there. There's there's a west to At least two full days of action, Post Ben being discovered as not Henry. Gale so the time the time lines up. That miss clues like okay. He's been found. We need to get him out urgently. So. They're lighting this fire under under Michael's, but he's been sensory deprived. He's like you say he's probably jumping to the to the worst case. Scenario probably feels like he's been here for a thousand years. He's going through all sorts of heartache. And then she says your son is here I'm going to bring him in right now, and she calls for picket and this is the scene. This is the alleged three minutes. That only goes for a minute. You have three minutes..

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Fresh "Three minutes" from KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:31 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "Three minutes" from KNX Programming

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"three minutes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

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Fresh "Three minutes" from KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:42 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "Three minutes" from KNX Programming

"Mark Smith. The Toyota of Glendora. 24 hour traffic Center K next 10 70 news, radio peed advisories and excessive heat warnings throughout the day today. Hi. It's going to be in there for seventies the beaches 97 100 to 108 In the valleys and desert Sunny little bit cooler tomorrow. Right now, we have 68 degrees in Inglewood, 72 Van Nuys 66 in Newport Beach, Margaret out local stories. Riverside County also getting hit hard with hospitalization numbers, and it's super hot this week. And some relief, though at the beach with milder temperatures for news in three minutes, it's 7 27 Hi, Lucy from Texas here with more of our time spent at home. It was inevitable that our dishwasher stopped working. Luckily, I'm a member of American Home Shield. I went on. Mine, too. Request service and then a qualified local contractor came out to fix the problem. It didn't matter that my dishwasher was over 10 years.

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Christian Thibaudeau on Adrenaline, Muscle Tone and Optimizing Training Splits

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Christian Thibaudeau on Adrenaline, Muscle Tone and Optimizing Training Splits

"And. Kristin. It's awesome to have you back. I know last time we were talking a lot about child. Development and Development Ages Zero to two and I know. Your child is getting older How is your child growing impacted your thoughts and ideas? With with child development, and and how they're coming along. While it just confirms what I was saying at first. Any type of blue light or screen time is the number one enemy to children development, and what I mentioned. Is that what people don't understand? Is that these stimulus like your tablet, your cellphone smartphone? BIG-SCREEN TV all those types of devices emit blue light, which is one of the strongest dopamine receptors stimulator. It's so strong in fact that even in adult it can desensitize those receptors very easily. That's why it's addictive. Because when you stop doing it, you feel like crap. You feel depressed because you don't have the dopamine stimulation, the pleasure neurotransmitter that is strong enough to compensate for that going on, and how the Prom is that a child's brain. Is Not fully developed and much more fragile, and a stimulus is just way too strong for their brain to handle. You can actually permanently. Damage, the dopamine receptor, sensitivity and adult. If he becomes desensitized, you can do it what what's called a dopamine fast like you stop basically any type of dopaminergic like a YouGov, are kind of all phones and. Stuff like that. You Stop Smoking. You don't take drugs at similar dopamine and within ten days you can. Basically you regain your sensitivity charts. It's the damage. You're going to have a child with low motivation. IS PRONE TO DEPRESSION ONTO ZION? It's something you want. Also. There's a very strong connection between the efficiency of the dopamine system and learning especially motor learning the reason is that children learn by reward system? So for example your your child is on the floor on. His belly doesn't crawl yet. E C a few on the Florida. You wants to reach, and you will find a way to reach it, and when you reach at the dopaminergic response gives him a big pleasure. Response will motivate him to try again to learn new stuff so learning especially motor learning is driven by the motivation to get that dopaminergic a response, so if you desensitize dopaminergic receptors, motor, learning and learning period will impair like Jaden. When he was like He. He's like twenty one months old now or something like that When he was eighteen, he already knew all of his alphabet, so he knew all the letters. And you could actually spell his name at eighteen months. So that's a pretty good. E- knew something like. One hundred twenty five words and normally at eighteen. When we went to the doctor, they said nobody a child should learn at least three words by the time these months old. The actually wanted one. We went to the doctor for eighteen month checkup. The wanted to do a TV show with us because the is level of a of development adjusts like crazy, but that's when the code Kuban crisis happened, so we didn't do it. Again. I'm not saying that I'm smarter or is exceptional. It's just that the the lower dopaminergic over-stimulation and the fact that both my wife and I are mostly at home, so we can actually plan. Learning experiences sped up development now that led to some issue that we might need to resolve. Is that by over stimulating? We basically became the only source of his development and is. Slightly lacking in social conflict like when he's around, other people will just basically freeze, and it will take him up two or three minutes of. Is the situation to be somewhat comfortable then again. I'm like that so that might be genetic might not be my teaching thing that's. Always, learning frankly do better things, but I think the biggest thing is still. Diminish like balloon exposure as much as possible Apparent is a coach. That's the another child best friend you not is. Is Boss. You're a coach. You should approach like a coach. You should lamb experiences so that the child can learn and try different things, so that's the main thing, and then of course what I'm doing different now is that we are at an age where he needs to become more more autonomous more doing things. Bhai himself so now we find that the EU really loves tractors, so we can actually play with his tractors in San for eight hours straight, so that allows me to do a lot more job, but more work, but that's the next step at first as a coach you you give him as many different experiences to develop his motor skills is absurd skills. Is Memories stuff like that is coordination and more and more advances in needs to be able to do is on staff. Set the activities you wants to do and create is on game, so that's pretty much

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Fresh "Three minutes" from Tennessee Matters

Tennessee Matters

00:25 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Three minutes" from Tennessee Matters

"Kentucky on I guess on that one. Tom. We've got more craft breweries than anywhere in the country, and it would take you three days to drive across our state. Now, Avery's bourbon segments better guys. Thank you very much for joining us today. Thanks for being a filling of the program, folks. In three minutes we're headed Idaho, where we just added a new affiliate earlier today, we're going to talk with a family who left San Diego to go are being the personal connection segment is up next keep your radios locked in on our world travel. To join Robert Marion Rudy, Call 803 878025.

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Read a poem

Before Breakfast

03:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Read a poem

"Today's tip is to build a reading habit by tackling a poem a day. Poems tend to be short, but can take you to amazing places. And so can help you find space in life for a little bit of beauty. As I talked to people about their schedules over the years I've learned that many people want to find more time to read. Along with volunteering and. Doing reading something that we know would improve our lives. But when life gets busy, it's easy to let it go. And once you let it go. Getting back in the habit can seem intimidating. Most books demand at least a few hours of time. Reading and little bits might not be very satisfying. Hence the beauty of poems. Unless you're reading T S Eliot. Elliott's the wasteland. Most poems are relatively short. You can easily borrow e books of poetry from your library through an APP like Libby, and then read through them on the kindle APP. Or. You can go to a website. such as poets dot, Org or Poetry Foundation Dot Org and find poems selected by their editors. In any case, you can get free poems on your phone quickly. And I'm guessing that you always have your phone nearby. And for the cause of building a poetry reading habit. This is actually a good thing. Notice when you pick up your phone. What do you do? Many people check texts or emails first and then look at social media APPS. As you find yourself doing this. Consciously clip to the poetry website or your daughter instead. In about three minutes. You can read a poem. A whole poem. which will give you at least some feeling of accomplishment? Whatever else you did or didn't do during the day you are the sort of person who reads poetry. Now, of course some poems are better than others. I've read through volumes from some of my favorite poets like Mary Oliver. Billy Collins Classic poets such as Emily Dickinson, and sometime stuff is awesome, and sometimes even with the vaster. Sit doesn't always speak to us. But. Poems do have away of going places that pros can't always follow. Dunwell upon can conjure up an image and a feeling. You can ponder that image and feeling as you go about your day. That image and feeling can take you outside your life for a few minutes. An elevate your experience. Putting a little beauty and to the moment. Not Bad for three minutes right. And as you find yourself finding three minutes here and there you'll start to see that you do in fact, have time to read. You just have to choose to do so. And so poetry can become a gateway to literature of all kinds. So today find some poetry. Put, it where you can read it. And, if nothing else, you'll end the day feeling like you put something a little special into your life.

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Transforming Deeply Ingrained Stereotypes and Unconscious Bias

Untangle

05:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Transforming Deeply Ingrained Stereotypes and Unconscious Bias

"I knew I cannot tell you how excited I am to have you on untangled today. Thank you so much for making the time to be here. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah it's my pleasure. Let's start by sharing a little bit of background on how you came to your meditation practice because I know that so integral to the work that you do. Absolutely so I grew up in New York City and I come from a family of meditators said was introduced to meditation in Highschool by my mother. Mostly in the create. Yoga practice. So, that's a lot of breath work lots of ANA and had been practicing that for several years until I went to India to study abroad in college and I traveled across a doc, which is kind of a northern tip of India next to China, and it's populated by lot of Tibetan Buddhists and there I just fell in love with the Buddhist practices. Visiting a lot of these monasteries are literally hanging off. Off of cliffs for thousands of years and the way to get, there was just so intricate and sometimes I'd be in a car like Oh. My God we're GonNa. Fall off this cliff that once you get there. There was this like magical sense of peace in presence for me. That's what I discovered. Mindfulness practices in since then I lived in Asia in various places I'm career to Taiwan and the Mr. dabbled in various Buddhist, meditation practices, but being a scientist, a big skeptic myself from the very beginning. Always questioning it so the neuroscience the meditation. Just my interest overall, and about fifteen years ago I just totally committed myself to. The practice is so amazing that you had the opportunity to go to the monasteries in Indian, and just really be immersed in that. Were you seeking something I've read that you talked about how you grew up and what? It was like to be in New York City after nine eleven. What was the sequence of events that brought you to wanting to be i? Know you said you grew up in a family of meditators, but what inspired you I mean? Were you seeking something? something. Yeah I was seeking happiness and also relief from stress so I think you're right. I grew up in a new city and I was bullied quite a lot as a child I had an accident because I moved here when I was ten years old, so people could clearly see that I wasn't American or here and I was also believed for being perceived as gay which I am, but at the time wasn't out, so it was apart of me, always felt like there was something wrong with me, and this was something like an internal the fact. That I couldn't fix and so many of us carry this from such a young age and I think meditation particularly in College After College helped me really believe some of those dresses. Some of those stories that I had really internalized myself. This had to do with race with the city. With the way I looked with the way I talked by the way I walked everything it was just all encompassing, and it really came to a standstill, so after working abroad, and I got my master's Cambridge in human development, which was an incredible year. But after that I went to law school in the US, which I don't know field, there's no this, but it's kind of like a pressure cooker, particularly the first air. Really intense I'd come from an environment where it was just like free fall inquiry, talking about structures and systems, and how this works that works and in law school is very tactic. So I fell into a really really deep depression, and it wasn't anyone's fault. It was just that all of the shadow sides that I had repressed and suppressed for so long had all come out. And I'm totally okay with saying this now you know in the beginning of my second year of law. School attempted suicide because I was just really to Preston was moving through this face of immense self-loathing. At this is despite years of meditation practice tried, but I think whatever happened at that moment. I still remember that moment. When I was GONNA, jump off this building I live on the eighth floor in midtown. Something Sad. What are the thoughts thinking? And if people practice mindfulness there's a fourth foundation of mindfulness which is really about. Becoming aware of awareness itself so all the thoughts, all the emotions, all the feelings everything just kind of warps around, and you become aware of all of that happening together. That's the best I could describe. What happened in that moment? And from me, that was really the parading because the second I saw that these are just thoughts. The stories were being created in high, wasn't these stories? I literally I came off the ledge and called a friend. Who lived in Harlem at the time, but she happened to be in by neighborhood, said I don't know if is a moment of grey says people with Fayed solutions would call it or whatnot. She showed up in my apartment within three minutes. Wow, so of course we talked for several hours and she gave me a whole plan on what to do. I sought hell by saw whole those two things and of course. Also to the committed myself to mindfulness, even deeper right after that.

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Tales From the Dark Web

Feedback with EarBuds

03:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Tales From the Dark Web

"This week's theme comes to us from Daniel Ocho and is called tales from the dark web. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says the Internet has a dark side hidden. Just below the surface, these podcasts will guide listeners through stories from the Internet's dark side where crime, drugs and murder are the currency of choice. Here are they episodes chosen by Daniel for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode comes to us from the missing Crypto, Queen and called Dr Rusia. It's twenty three minutes long. Dr Rouge promised financial financial, revolution and then two years ago, she disappeared. Why. The missing crypto clean is an eight part series from BBC sounds. The next episode comes to us from reply all and is called the snapchat thief it sixty nine minutes long. This week, a super tech support after Lizzie snapchat gets hacked. Things Start Getting Really Creepy Alex investigates. The next episode comes to us from case file, and it's called the Silk Road part, one and two. The first episode is eighty four minutes long, and the second is eighty minutes long. The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that started in China in the second century BC via a combination of roads and sea routes goods like silk, paper, and spices transported from the producers in Asia to the markets in Europe. Eventually, it wasn't just goods that were traded. They're also ideas, customs, religions, and even diseases. The next episode comes to us from Lizard people is called Bitcoin was created by a rogue ai with Sam Baltar it sixty minutes long. Bitcoin is one of the great mysteries of the Internet. Age who exactly created it? Where's it going? How did it blow up so fast? What the fudge is a blockchain, and why don't I have won the delightful Sam Baltar of the equally delightful podcast? Weird work joins to talk about cryptocurrency and the possibility that the J. Cryptic coin was created by. Get this artificial intelligence. The next episode comes to us from breach and is called. Caution falling rocks. It's forty seven minutes long. The Yahoo data breach left three billion users private information vulnerable for three years before the public learned about it. How did it happen? And what can we learn from the greatest known data breach in history? Those are the episodes chosen by Daniel. Ocho for this week's theme tales from the Dark Web, follow along with the discussion of this week's podcast episodes by using the Hashtag dark web pods. Now for some podcast industry news from the inside podcasting newsletter. As always, thank you to Sky Pillsbury. Who writes the inside podcasting newsletter for allowing us to share it with our ear? Buddies on this podcast will share the top stories from this week's issue of the newsletter. I story. Sky Interviews James Kim on her podcast the inside podcasting podcast. James is the creator of the fiction podcast moon face a show. Time magazine named one of the best ten twenty nineteen. In Moon face a young Korean American man named Paul wants to tell his mom that he's gay, but they don't speak. The same language Paul Story is loosely based on James Kim's real life experiences. Next story layoffs public radio suffered a heartbreaking number of layoffs this week. Here are the details Minnesota public radio slash American public media has laid off twenty eight employees. APM has also stop production of live from here and the hilarious world of depression. Chicago public media has let go of twelve employees and has ceased production on sound opinions. Next Story. She. PODCASTS founder Jessica. Cup for men and Elsie Escobar have decided to postpone their organizations. Second Annual Conference until October twenty twenty one. It was originally scheduled to take place in Arizona later this year.

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Chicago Stevenson Expressway Reopens After Shooting Investigation Closes Southbound Lanes

WBBM Morning News

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Chicago Stevenson Expressway Reopens After Shooting Investigation Closes Southbound Lanes

"Company good morning both Iran well good morning Pat we went from one mass on an expressway to now a mass on the tollway we will start on the tri state tollway were on the northbound side we have some really heavy traffic over the mile long bridge approaching the Stevenson this is because of a fully engulfed vehicle fire that is blocking the exit ramp to the inbound Stevenson expressway once you get past this we're jammed up from North Avenue to the Bensenville bridges a crash in the left lane there and in the middle of all that we had a report of a crash your Ogden's well with the crews heading out to check on it so kind of a very messy northbound tri state tollway trip today the southbound side of tri state is moving at the speed limit the rest the Illinois tollway staff a few spots of road work here and there but no major delays because of them on the expressways Eaton's looking good the Kennedy about twenty six minutes from o'hare sixteen from the junction outbound delays eyes now are about thirty three minutes from route three ninety twenty from Mannheim in about thirty two minutes out to route three ninety the Stevenson found out thirty seven minutes three fifty five the lake shore drive police from central Pulaski and Damon to the Dan Ryan outbound Stevenson's all clear traffic is using it once again after early morning shut down for an investigation the Dan Ryan invest a heavy past Garfield into the burning or change its twenty seven minutes from ninety fifth in downtown but the up outside of right is now delayed three fifty seven and the bishop Porter both in great shape lake shore drive north down so from Roosevelt to Monroe and then as you approach the Chicago River because the two right lanes remain closed over the Chicago River through the end of this month no southbound delays on lake shore drive I. eighty is all clear eighty ninety four looking good I sixty five the Indiana toll road in pretty good shape as well do you still have a closure in the loop State Street remains blocked from Randolph to lake because of ongoing police activity is it's an investigation into a shooting there she's Michigan

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Bettina Campolucci Bordi

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:37 min | Last month

Bettina Campolucci Bordi

"Hi. My name is Tina. Company boldy from Tina's kitchen and I am going to talk through outs. Make an amazing omelette recipe. It's a great basic recipe that you can fill with whatever's in season in terms of vegetables, Ole feelings, and it's made out of chickpea flour. Egg Free meaning that is also dairy, free and Vegan. And all you need to have is sixty grams of chickpea, flour or gram flour. You need some bicarbonate of Soda. Hafa teaspoon and you need one teaspoon of Apple Cider, vinegar, and a hundred and twenty five milliliters of water. So all you need to do. Is You need to put all your ingredients into a ball? And the most potent ingredient in this recipe is actually the apple cider vinegar so once he put the apple cider vinegar in with the bicarbonate of Soda. The Pinch of salt. What's going to happen is that you'll. Mixture is GONNA sort of air rate. You're going. See Little Air bubbles, and it's going to be come really light and fluffy exactly as a sort of traditional omelette would become so. So once you've mixed all the mixture together you put it aside, and you heat up small pan with a little bit of olive oil, and once the PAN is heated. You add your omelet mixture into the pan so that you get a even sort of pancake omelettes layer, and what's GonNa Happen is you're gonNA see little air bubbles for at the top of the Omelet and once formed and the mixture sort of dried out a little bit. That's the time when you flip your Armlet, and this is not going to take more than sort of two to three minutes so once you flip it. You just cook it for a couple of minutes, and it's time to fill it. The best thing to do is to put your ready cooked Omelette onto a plate. And then you can fill with different things of a cottage. Cherry tomatoes spinach console today off some cabbage with some tomorrow Soysal since spring onions, so it's basically you can choose any type of Leiva. You can fill it with HAMAS which is recognized as well arrested vegetables and. It got to eat it straightaway, because it's going to be nice and crispy on me outside, and then sort of soft and spongy on the inside at it's delicious as a breakfast as Brunch all as a mentor, dinner and Super Quick and easy to make.

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Bettina Campolucci Bordi

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:37 min | Last month

Bettina Campolucci Bordi

"Hi. My name is Tina. Company boldy from Tina's kitchen and I am going to talk through outs. Make an amazing omelette recipe. It's a great basic recipe that you can fill with whatever's in season in terms of vegetables, Ole feelings, and it's made out of chickpea flour. Egg Free meaning that is also dairy, free and Vegan. And all you need to have is sixty grams of chickpea, flour or gram flour. You need some bicarbonate of Soda. Hafa teaspoon and you need one teaspoon of Apple Cider, vinegar, and a hundred and twenty five milliliters of water. So all you need to do. Is You need to put all your ingredients into a ball? And the most potent ingredient in this recipe is actually the apple cider vinegar so once he put the apple cider vinegar in with the bicarbonate of Soda. The Pinch of salt. What's going to happen is that you'll. Mixture is GONNA sort of air rate. You're going. See Little Air bubbles, and it's going to be come really light and fluffy exactly as a sort of traditional omelette would become so. So once you've mixed all the mixture together you put it aside, and you heat up small pan with a little bit of olive oil, and once the PAN is heated. You add your omelet mixture into the pan so that you get a even sort of pancake omelettes layer, and what's GonNa Happen is you're gonNA see little air bubbles for at the top of the Omelet and once formed and the mixture sort of dried out a little bit. That's the time when you flip your Armlet, and this is not going to take more than sort of two to three minutes so once you flip it. You just cook it for a couple of minutes, and it's time to fill it. The best thing to do is to put your ready cooked Omelette onto a plate. And then you can fill with different things of a cottage. Cherry tomatoes spinach console today off some cabbage with some tomorrow Soysal since spring onions, so it's basically you can choose any type of Leiva. You can fill it with HAMAS which is recognized as well arrested vegetables and. It got to eat it straightaway, because it's going to be nice and crispy on me outside, and then sort of soft and spongy on the inside at it's delicious as a breakfast as Brunch all as a mentor, dinner and Super Quick and easy to make.

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June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

14:45 min | Last month

June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston

"Leader had Dogo declaring tomorrow George Floyd day in Harris County that's when the forty six year old father will be buried here in the Houston area in the same city where he grew up now on to the funeral will be a private service after the public viewing today one sixty three hundred mourners spent hours in line to pay their respects and hear from Floyd's family one artist made the drive from Dallas on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform a lot of things that went on with Mister Floyd passing away in India most of these and that's the reason why I came down in the road for hours just to be a part of this moment which is impeccable I'm speechless the number of people here former vice president Joe Biden and Texas governor Greg Abbott also were at the public viewing today of stronger and more inclusive that's Minneapolis plans to rebuild in the wake of their own police officers putting ni on Jo on Floyd's neck the mayor revealing two new groups to help the city recover from violent protests one of the coalition to support businesses the other will provide feedback from black community members well makers in Washington are taking are talking up police reform in the wake of Floyd's death fox news John Roberts has more on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform legislation by observing eight minutes and forty six seconds of silence among the items proposed in the justice in policing act changing the statute to prosecute misconduct from willfulness to recklessness created national police misconduct registry and no knock warrants in drug cases create independent investigation process is into misconduct and banned show colds president trump believes the best way to address the problem is to take the steps necessary to build trust between police forces and the communities they serve and it also appears that Republicans may have their own plan for police reform and they just might unveil it later this week that's what the hell is reporting hours after Democrat shared build their bill one of the to its only two week anniversary of George Floyd's death both sides agreed to reforms are needed the dems want their bill to you get their bill to a Senate floor vote by next month KJRH news time eleven oh three looks like the army may be ready to remove the names of Confederate leaders of ten of its basis army secretary says each one is a name for a soldier who holds a significant place in military history but now he's open to a bipartisan discussion the marine corps recently banned the display of Confederate flags U. S. and Russia will begin nuclear talks in two weeks is a decade old treaty is set to expire in February both countries have the option to renew it for another five years China has been invited as well no symptoms may be no spread the World Health Organization says it's rare for a person with a coronavirus to pass it on if they show no signs of being sick however other experts do not agree saying half of all cases are actually spread that way and president trump keeping his promise to not let the pandemic keep him off the stage he plans to restart campaign rallies in two weeks is already set to hold his first in person fundraiser at the end of the week this comes as the re I. as he hires a pollster to check CNN survey showing in fourteen percent behind Joe Biden our next updates eleven thirty breaking information as it happens time now for more of our American stories I'm Erik shop on newsradio seven forty KTRE H. 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they are the best a lot of these folks used and owned and operated this is Lee who believe in this is our American stories we tell stories about everything here on the show from the arts to sports and from business to history and everything in between including your stories send them our American network dot org there are some of our favorite and now we continue with our opportunity America series that's sponsored by coke industries which employs some sixty seven thousand Americans Georgia Pacific a coke company makes many of the paper products we use every day from tissue and toilet paper and paper towels and more and Alex Cortez now brings us the story of one of Georgia Pacific's employees Vic Billingsley who lives in Hattiesburg in our own home state of Mississippi in nineteen ninety eight Victor Billingsley was diagnosed with non alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver although Vic was able to live a pretty healthy normal life for years it wasn't until two thousand and seven nine whole years later that his doctors said you need a transplant all these things going through my mind as how do I escape this and there's no there's no exit door this is one of the cards on Monday Oct again into a scenario that we're your mind is is moving at hyper speed and it's it's one of those things it's just absolutely ever present you can't escape it I'm going to sleep at night only after being just totally exhausted I couldn't turn it on in other news is so pressing and I would finally fall asleep after just being totally exhausted and I would go through the experience to we're not only sleep probably maybe a couple hours of time and when I wake up I go through this thing to where I go wow that was it was a it was a terrible train times have a bad dream and then the realization would hit yeah it gets a good punch of it wasn't very you know this is this is your reality and they replace itself a whole bunch of times and then came the port where you've got to be admitted in the hospital to do the testing to see where you fall as a candidate for a transplant because just because you need one is not necessarily guarantee that your going to get so then that's when the waiting game begins hi constantly had my cell phone with with me me everywhere everywhere I I went went any any time time phone phone rang rang you you know know the the first first thing thing you you did did was was flipped flipped over over and and looked looked caller caller ID ID and and their their you you know know your your time time is is running running you're you're you're you're sitting sitting there there wondering wondering if if this this is is the the time time that that you're you're going going to to get get that that call call the the call call came came in in on on a a Sunday Sunday morning actually was at six six thirty in the morning Catherine picked up the phone and kind of looks the caller ID she asked me so who is who is service center for and I came one week because that was the transplant surgeon and to live so I answer the phone and he says this is Invictus dock foreman juelich no we have a liver available but I won't talk to you about it well we have this situation we we have have is is five five and and a a half half month month old old little little girl girl in in Miami Miami Florida Florida there there is is also also in in need need of of a a transplant transplant the the machine machine only only needs a certain part of it and we can have the remainder of it if you like to accept this he said we had we haven't really done this before here but we think we can handle it he said the only problem will be where we face the Liverpool which means where like where they make that separation cut that when we put it back into you we may have some bleeding issues and lots of concern but we but we feel confident we can handle it well hi I was fully and trying to process what he's telling me and transcription of said okay can I can I think about in his response was I'll call you back in four minutes because there's also town consideration when they have these organs vital so want to talk to my brother and my sister her being a nurse practitioner and being a physician and then kind of get their opinion on it so I got them on the phone our brothers in Florida my sister's local and we start discussing it and then we also he got knocked foreman on phone and started kind discussing and talking about it all the different ramifications such as a ma my sister finally said well the good lord's got us to this point hello we just after that's where we need to place our trust in us I would go for and so the decision was made okay pogo for world you know the reality kind of hit real hard at that time there this is this is actually going to happen now you know it's like it's like being on a roller coaster ride you can get off the list better write it to the end well I have worried and been freighted so much through the whole experience in at the time but I got a call how was of the one hundred percent I saw the house going to go down there and I was not going to come back just I did not believe that I was gonna survive the operation and so what that rolled on the plate was that morning hi I honestly thought I was looking at my kids for the last time I'm gonna come back and you're listening to Vicky Billingsley his story of one of the big moments of his life the turning point in his life being told there was a liver available but this operation was gonna be difficulty assume the worst okay as kids what he thought would be for sure in his own mind the last time by the way Vic found comfort in his coworkers at Georgia Pacific who offered him a vacation time organized fundraisers for him and prayed with only come back more of this remarkable story our opportunity America series the code industries continue here on American school have you ever hired somebody to complete a job and they just entirely drops the ball well you don't need to worry 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Spiritual Habits

The Rogue Muslim

05:23 min | Last month

Spiritual Habits

"But they do have options I mean you can do for the focus. You can do for sleepiness anxiety Yeah so I didn't do that, but I did just go on Youtube, and just listen to different meditations I do I do use the com- at full sleeping 'cause I'm I'm Shitty, shitty sleeper! Festival time of swear swore in a long time. Because that whole. No swearing thing really has worked and force when I swear for the first time again. It's on cost great so anyway I. Use a combat for sleep stories because it so good I my bring the minute. I hit my bed. It just way that's when it wakes up in. egis gets so distracted in I just spiraling thoughts and stuff. Or things I wanNA, do or whatever so I find that using the COM APP to listen to the sleep stories specifically one sleep story by Stephen Fry. It's so helpful you do have to pay for. Some of them, but they do have a few options so i. just use that and yeah. I find that very soothing it. You try and keep track of what he's saying in the story and you just lose track, and you end up falling asleep, so it's really amazing. anyways, so I didn't use updated. Do some guided meditations and I like those, but the thing with me was. They can often quite long so i. would just an and this is the thing in the pasta done them in I. Find Them Sober Woman because they're like twenty minutes long I, I can't focus for that. Long I I just lose, and I have to force myself to feel a sense of peace which I don't like. Expend a lot of. And fought trying to force myself, so I'm not actually present in actually. Embracing. What Meditation can bring for you so? That was possible that until this I just focused in for about. Three minutes five minutes. enjoyed it I enjoyed it, but what basically come to realize for me for now where I'm at is that I wanNA focus more on breath work

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Prediction

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | Last month

Prediction

"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the

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USGS reports magnitude-6.5 earthquake in western Nevada

Morning Edition

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

USGS reports magnitude-6.5 earthquake in western Nevada

"There was an earthquake in Nevada earlier this hour will there been several I should say the first one occurred about three minutes after four o'clock in the nationally was six point four in magnitude they've downgraded that now to six point two and magnitude this is generally the area the western side of Nevada generally about halfway between Reno and Las Vegas and the quake felt a Carson city portions of Sacramento Los portions of the bay area as well since that time there's been a couple of smaller earthquakes four point nine and five point four we'll keep you updated through the morning as we go no reports of any damage or injuries so far in these quakes in the western Nevada the first of

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It's All In the Allium Family

Bon Appetit Foodcast

06:42 min | 2 months ago

It's All In the Allium Family

"Andy Better Ghani. I feel like albums are the one thing we can count on this time of year. At least when it comes to vegetables and stuff their peak season as this spring. I don't think a lot of people are aware of that. I did. I loved the bounty of them and I loved. There's so many different things that you can do with them. Which is I guess. What inspired this story. How did this come about? And what made you want to pitch it? I think any good cook knows that alleys are essential to to most savory dishes it brings equality that adds depth. You can use it raw pickle it caramelized the chart. There's so many ways. Apply it in cooking one thing. I love so much about whether you're talking. Scallions leeks garlic. Is that they kind of this dual personality. They can be assertive in sort of Not Quite bitter. But just like Whoa. Open your eyes if you eat them. Raw throw some raw scallions and a salad but take those same scallions pan roasted skill. Throw them on a grill. They get Kambli. They soft same thing with garlic that you slowly cooking oil. They become sweet and anxious. Yeah and I I love that and I and especially when you can take two types of albums and combine them raw and cooked a dish. What qualifies as Valium? Onions are Kinda the pantry staple a you'll have garlic but when it comes to kind of spring albums which is what really the focus of this story is. We're talking about green garlic. Which is the younger a variety of garlic when it's fresh and vibrant and you could eat the whole entire thing. The stocks are green. And it's more delicate and sweet You have ramps which are kind of like a wild league that have this really tender leafy top and there's wonderful like very ball that You would want to kind of soften either with some kind of fat like butter. Oil Or pickle. You also have spring onions. They could be very very thin and long for the become kind of round and bulbous and they're also milder this spring ellings in general just milder a gentler compared to when they kind of ripen the summer when they become larger and more spicier. Pungent Okay so you developed. I won't say five recipes for the story of which I love. Let's start with the charred leaks with honey in vinegar so this dish at the lakes. It's a technique that I picked up years ago and I've been playing around with. It's based off a dish that comes from Spain. Spain during the late winter early spring they get calc coats type of value similar to league somewhere between like a leak and spring onions. And what they'll do is they'll harvest them and then they'll black them over hot coals until the outside is deeply charred an ashy in the inside is melting Lee tender and soft and sweet and then they paired that with Romasko which is a saas made with nuts and tomatoes and peppers and Just kind of You Diptych charcoal coats in Moscow. In this scenario I kind of parroted down and just use leaks because There are a lot easier to find. And you can't find Calcutt to the states and what you do is just trimmed the really dark green parts of the very top of the leaks and then remove any tough outer layer from the leaks and then I give them rents Pat Them Dry and then I throw them on the grill just on the grades no oil needed and then I cook them. Turn them around every few two or three minutes until they're completely black. Now you have that Bitter charred outside but the insight is really soft and sweet. And it's Nice a nice contrast what I wanted. Pair the leaks with with something that would kind of counterbalance that Bitter Chart Flavor and I thought a little bit of honey and splash vinegar and just salt and pepper. And it's like this really super simple easy side dish. It feels like certain leagues a gotTa Chop off the top tough green part but also some leaks can be Roy Sandy. Correct on the inside. That is driving. I think with something like this recipe. I A leaks can be quite sandy. Do WanNa get kind of to peel a layer to off to remove any of the sand and then trimmed the green parts but the white impel green parts. It should be still pretty firm and tight in the bottom so you just really want to win the top and then kind of get any water. Also it doesn't steam on the greats Char's properly. The other thing is like in general. I love leaks and I cook them. I use them a lot but I find them to be almost probably the the alley. That is the most sweet one when it's cooked. Which is why I tend to like using them when Cooking them on high heat and get them kind of a little bit chart and bitter because I think they can run a little too sweet at times all right. You had shrimp Ramsey. I see that took that photo of the shrimp with the rams and the butter sauce. The name I I want this right now. How did the name come first or we have this discussion about the name came? I definitely I had the idea of the name and then I was like okay. This should be like a very easy thing based off of shrimp Scampi made with us. Still with a little bit of garlic I would say the one thing different about this than the classics from Scampi is that typically used it a lot of buttering shrimp SCAMPI. And this is more of a kind of lighter. More olive oil base Shrimp SCAMPI or shrimp ramp. Should say do you brown the shrimp take him out of the Pan and then put in the the garlic and the rams had. What's the process? No what I do is actually start by cooking the the ramp bulbs they're a little bit tougher than the green so I cook them in some oil and I let them soften and then once. The bulbs have softened. I'll add some garlic additional garlic because I really wanna get kind of that that kind of heat from just regular garlic and then Red Pepper flakes but any kind of Chili flakes. You have on hand will work and then let that go into. The garlic has softened. I add some wine and let that reduce and then I add the ramp. Greens shrimp and butter to the pad. And then I just cook that into the shrimp turn. Pink and the butter is melted and then off heat out great. Some lemon says a little bit of lemon juice and then drizzled with a little bit more olive oil.

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Harry and Meghan share video of Archie on his 1st birthday

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Harry and Meghan share video of Archie on his 1st birthday

"Duke and Duchess of Sussex releasing a video of Meghan reading to their son is they mark Archie's first birthday today the family of course resides right here in Los Angeles this three minute video was a tape by the father happy father's friend sherry shows making sitting with Archie on her lap in reading one of his favorite books duck or rabbit the next paycheck arch the cover let's go to the next page wait listen did you hear that I heard that sounds I distinctly heard rabbit sounds now the talk is waiting for this one no it is hiding in the crash video posted this morning on Instagram promoting a campaign that helps children whose families are struggling during the coronavirus

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The Supreme Court begins hearing its first arguments by telephone, with the first live audio in its history

Morning Edition

02:54 min | 2 months ago

The Supreme Court begins hearing its first arguments by telephone, with the first live audio in its history

"The U. S. Supreme Court will begin an extraordinary two weeks of oral arguments today for the first time in history the court will actually live stream it's audio arguments will be heard on the telephone rather than in person here's NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg the justices are trying to simulate their normal arguments as much as possible beginning with chief Marshall Pamela tell can calling the court to order with a modified version of her usual pry O. yea O. yea O. yea all persons having business before the honorable the Supreme Court of the United States are admonished to draw near and give their attention to the court is now sitting god save the United States and this honorable court because the justices and the lawyers cannot see one another we'll try to imagine where they're sitting or standing in their homes to hear or to present arguments the arguments are limited to a half hour on each side the lawyers we sampled to a person said they're more comfortable standing or even standing at a lectern as they usually do even though nobody can see them each side as usual we get to make an opening argument for two minutes uninterrupted under normal circumstances after that the justices engage in a rapid fire questioning of the lawyers interrupting council frequently and even on occasion each other but today the justices will question in order of seniority with the Chief Justice starting off then justice Clarence Thomas if he has any questions which she rarely does them justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at cetera court sources say each justice has been allotted two or three minutes for questioning with more questions permitted if there's time left at the end of the first round lawyers say there will be big challenges when you lose the ability to read body language I think that's number one lawyer J. secular will be representing president trump next week in a case testing whether the president can block a state grand jury subpoena for his presidential financial records in a criminal case as secular observers it's pretty intimate event when you're actually arguing in the court room you see them you can see their reaction to see if a nod to each other here you're doing this literally over a telephone line so you lose the intimacy I think Stanford law professor Jeff Fisher who will be arguing a religion case a week from today agrees I just feel like not being able to see their faces and body language is going to be a real challenge it is a cost for how effective and useful the arguments are going to be two days only case presents a trademark question not exactly the kind of thing to rivet public attention clearly the court is using this relatively an important argument to see how the system is working whether it needs to be adjusted in anyway in short the court scheduled this one first to work out the

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The Lightbulb Strikes Back

Short Wave

07:50 min | 2 months ago

The Lightbulb Strikes Back

"So we're talking with a niece Ramirez a material scientists about her new book on inventions the technologies that we've created that intern have shaped us one chapter that captures this dance and really threw me for a loop. Was the one on artificial light. I mean it's all around us and yet I don't give it a second thought or barely. Even I thought if I'm honest yeah I had no idea. The Light Bulb is such a simple invention and I used to be a professor for many years. If I were to give a lecture on it I would just say this is on and this is off the lecture go home. Well don't go home because in her book a nieces serves us up some late. Eighteen hundreds drama are characters. Thomas Edison to you probably know and William Wallace who you probably don't see Edison who is largely credited with the light bulbs. Invention was actually inspired after going to visit Wallace. One Night Wallace was super excited to have the Thomas. Edison at his house cooked them. A meal showed him like contraption. But at the end of the night Edison's like great. Start Buddy now watch me make this without you? He's leaving the man's house and he's saying I'm GonNa beat you wallace. You're going the wrong direction. And he does. I'm just GonNa say I feel like William? Almost got robbed Wallace did get rob. And what's so bad about him? I live two cities over from William Wallace lives. I've been here about ten years. I never heard Wallace right. And I go over to that city. Nobody's heard of walls. He's been completely erased even more complicated than the history of the light. Bulb is how artificial light has affected our lives. Our Body has two modes has daytime mode and a nighttime mode and how it knows what mode to be in is by the type of light it needs blue light to know that it should be in daytime mode where we have a higher temperature higher metabolism and then as the light changes where it has less blue sort of in the evening or when our ancestors were alive when we lived under candlelight our bodies would enter into nighttime mode and we would be in this rest or repair mode but most of us live by artificial lights. Yeah and so. We're getting continuous blue light all the time and we're daytime all the time right and so being you know. Constantly bathed in blue light can throw off our MELATONIN LEVELS. Right that hormone. That tells us kind of that. It sleep time. That's right that's right. It's an old molecule and we have in our bodies it tells all of ourselves to go into nighttime mode but I've heard that very small marine animals they have to and it lets them know to rise to the surface when it safe and wanted to go back down. So it's a very old molecule. It tells the cells that it is nighttime mode and so you should be in rest mode and So Melatonin is going throughout our bodies and it tells us to go into rest mode but Melatonin is suppressed when blue light is detected by the photo sensor there. Yeah right so some of the advice in the book is to reduce the amount of blue light. You're exposed to later at night so you kind of want redder late less blue light so powering down your cellphone and computers and maybe having kind of a nighttime only light in your room. That's more red light. Is that right? Yeah it sounds Corny. But I actually did it after I started writing this book and my brother who I live with he. He now wears these funky yellow glasses from time to time. I'm like crazy. But he wants to put put himself nighttime mode but but in the mornings we should have Bluer Light. So go outside. The Sun has blue light or blue. Led's or compact fluorescents as the sun sets. We reduce those blue lights. If you don't have Non Blue Lights you know. Just dim them. So there's not a lot of like going into your eye but you can use redder lights so there's red. Led's and incandescent bulbs yeah and then also changed the setting on your computer so that it's a nighttime mode. Nice okay. So it'll come as a surprise to probably nobody but our creation of artificial light. Has You know intern. Really negatively affected the natural world in some ways so when really concrete of this is the courtship of lightning bugs. Yeah Awhile I love firefly's and I didn't know that there was a bar scene going in my backyard when I saw firefly's and what's going on is the firefly mail is announcing himself saying. Hey I'm a male screen and the females looking and if she likes what she sees she'll flash back. I like you and then they go meet future firefly's but what I've learned is that the number firefly's is decreasing and it has to do with the streetlights so the male fireflies will announce himself and female firefly won't see him and so she won't flashback no future firefly's and another scenario which is even worse is that he'll announce himself with the street lights above him. She'll see him. She's not impressed. Because FEMALES LARRY. Flies like male fireflies bright lanterns in his lantern is looking pretty dim in front of that street light. So it's right like he has game but artificial late is coming in there and is it. Yeah is messing with him. He's like no it's bright really is bright and she's like. I'm sorry and she swipes left. That's it no future firefly's come on humans like help. Agai messing me up. I mean Gosh. What does it take? This is fun. Okay so something that really struck me was. How many historical figures we meet in your book who you know tinkered and tinkered away for months and years on those inventions like you spent pages describing Henry. Bessemer 's early experiments with making steel. Why was it important for you to kind of include that entire process? Well we kinda live in the microwave generation and we think that you know in three minutes Things are gonNA happen right away and scientists fun but science does take was some work and what? I'm trying to impress upon people. Is that even though? It was long and arduous for them. What motivated them that they were passionate about it. And when you're passionate about something that time doesn't seem to be so onerous so So I just thought it was important to show that people worked really hard to do things. And it's not an instant overnight success that it does require some some time and effort. Yeah so throughout the book. The inventors are noted as frequently for their successes and failures not just in perfecting their inventions but also their personalities. What made you decide to focus on that interplay? Well I think story years or stickier I wanted people to really resonate with technology and talking about stuff by itself portrait of stuff that works for some people but if you hear about the people in the motivation and then you see oh you see their flaws. Then you really are pulled into the story and to be quite honest. I all I actually wanted. To debunk a lot of geniuses to. I wanted to really get into people's stuff and so I'm in the archives and I'm looking at old papers and I'm like all right. I'm here to get into your dirty laundry. Tell me about you and Samuel Morse. I'm like all right. I'm in you I'M GONNA. Oh Wow you're not such a nice person. I'm gonNA write that down. I I need people to know about that. Because we loft these geniuses and what I want the next generation to feel like they too can be inventors right because if we make these people seem so brilliant that they feel distant feels unachievable. But if we're like. Wow that guy was kind of a jerk. If he can do it I can do it That's that's my motivation. That's exactly what I want people to say.

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Ocala drive-in theater one of few in country showing new movies

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Ocala drive-in theater one of few in country showing new movies

"Doctors around the country shot and movie studios juggling their big film release schedules there is one segment of the film industry doing surprisingly well Peter king reports it's a throwback show starts in three minutes and it's making a comeback for a tasty and refreshing snack the Ocala Florida drive in this been thriving since most movie theater shut down I've got people that are driving three hours to come here photo John wants you showing first run films with cars socially distanced and movie goers delighted relaxing calming getting out into the concept

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Searchlight with Caits Meissner and Justin Monson

PEN America Works of Justice

08:56 min | 2 months ago

Searchlight with Caits Meissner and Justin Monson

"I'm Sean Kelly. I'm here live at eastern state penitentiary for our weekly searchlight. We're going to START SEARCH LIGHTS OFF For the foreseeable future. Unfortunately we running through some numbers As of today and US prisons in jails. There are three hundred three thousand three hundred. Thirty eight cases confirmed infections of covert nineteen. There have been fifty fifty deaths today to people incarcerated in jails and prisons. There's also prison staff again. More than three thousand members of the prison staff around the United States have been confirmed with a virus and sixteen deaths. We're going to keep looking at these numbers at the start of every searchlight moving forward for those of you who don't know eastern state penitentiary. We are a prison museum in Philadelphia. The prison was built on the belief. That people are inherently. Good and can be rehabilitated. Through solitary confinement that is has a distinctive wagon wheel floor plan that was copied all over the world and there are about eighty three thousand people who were incarcerated inside this building men women and yes children as well. The prison was opened today for tours was abandoned in Nineteen seventy-one today we give tours when we're able when it's safe to do so we have artist's installations like this glorious piece by Jesse Crimes. This is a mural that he made while incarcerated in federal prison this is our graph illustrating the US rate of incarceration the highest in the world by far and our exhibit companion exhibit is called prisons. Today ask questions like have you ever broken the law and what is criminality and do prison work. And what are we? What should we do next last year? We had three hundred and ten thousand daytime. Visitors including twenty-eight thousand school visits. We are proud. Second chance employers. We seek out people with the experience of incarceration to join our education team. We find it's one more tool if they choose to use it That we can use that. They can use to engage our visitors in discussions of the impact of the policies. Around incarceration in the United States are big project. Last year was called hidden lives illuminated. We worked for over a year inside of two prisons here in the Philadelphia Area Teaching animation to artists or incarcerated This is working on his On his film and then we projected those films onto the front wall of eastern state penitentiary for months last summer. You what we're doing here. We encourage you to become a member. I can also support us in many ways from our website Which you see right there. The science close to the public because of the virus through at least may thirty first I. We have wrought much of our programming online. Those hidden lives luminated. Films are being feature one per week out. Different different film focused on every week this week. It's Davids film called freedom. We have a twice weekly visit video. Podcast it's called prisons and the pandemic. It's three minute episode twice a week covering what's happening in American prisons in jails and detention centres with this virus. I can find that on facebook. We have what we call the hospital tour twice. I saw once a week Wednesdays at two thirty live Matt Murphy from our team talks about issues of health both historically and currently in prisons and of course we have the searchlight series. Next week's topic is cove in one thousand nine hundred impact on incarcerated youth. We have heard on contain Martinez from youth. I rethought on a Terry from New Jersey Institute of Social Justice Vincent Schiraldi from the Columbia School of social work. And it's moderated by Liz Ryan from. She's the president and CEO of the youth. I initiative join US. One week from tonight for searchlight but tonight we have Cates Meissner She is a pen America. She's the Panamerican Prison Injustice Writing Program Director Welcome cates we're going to be joined in a few minutes by Justin Reveals Monson. He's pen America writing for justice fellow in his poet. He'll be calling in. So hey it's welcome to searchlight from eastern state penitentiary. Thank you for having me and I was just smiling to see Vinnie. Giraldi on your next week is he'll also an upcoming issue of our newsletter. He is a a real leader in this field. Bigtime happier topics about right now. But agreed what? It is We're just a few minutes actually. Did the introduction a little faster than I thought I would few minutes our second guess. Justin is going to be dialing in hit. You want to tell us a little bit more about our guest Justin and how you know him And then we'll be a unfortunately kind of a lab process them online here with us but a little bit about how you know Justin while I knew of Justin's work a little bit. Before he became a writing for justice fellow. He'd won our prison writing awards and honorable mention a number of years back and so I have read this poem. Thought it was quite a phenomenal. So it's really exciting to see his work elevated through the fellowship the fellowship by the way the prison writing awards and I'll talk a little bit more about our program down the line in prison. Writing Words is solely for currently Karsh Writers and the rain for Justice. Fellowship is a very prestigious opportunity. Eight hundred people apply to across the US. It is an ecosystem of writers. Confronting mass incarceration through various mediums. And is not just people justice involvement? Certainly we have currently and formerly incarcerated to a currently incarcerated fellows. Each round justin was part of our inaugural class last year cohort but but we have people representing all different interests in the field so through that Justin one obviously the fellowship and because he's able to be in communication more than some other folks because Jay communication system which will also talk about a little bit down the line. I found that I was able to communicate with him almost as easily as somebody on the outside. Not Quite. That's not always the case. It's rarely the case in fact says through that because I'm also poet in my other life and Justin's a poet and we share a lot of the same influences reading looking at who are interested in we really developed also a friendship through the work in in a in a shared aesthetic. So it's really a pleasure to get to each your him and bring him on today and hear his thoughts. I think they eat will offer a lot of insight around a variety of topics for people who are tuning it tonight more about communicating with people who are incarcerated as do. This work is a challenge that we have as well in our work. And I'm sure you face it at least as much as we do that you know you wanNA partner with people and bring their voices into the projects And the communication is often We'll hear it here in a moment. Even when a good situation I say relatively good like Justin's where three of us spoke yesterday or speaker got an a moment Even that at such there's so many barriers in the the communication ends up being so challenging. If you say more about working with creative people on these projects yeah and I think it's part of what I will be later but certainly you know I mean in a kind of lucky way or a decision made is that we don't work with. We don't actually do classes on the inside. Where National Program? We work with individuals through the mail snail mail and occasionally through one of these kind of pay to play email systems depending on people have access to it depending on the money on etc. So right now. It's even harder because we're doing a once a week. Mail pick up because the virus at the office thankfully. My team member has a car. If he didn't we would be really at a luck and And we get a stack of mail. Uk High Foot high a week and people are requesting all kinds of support. And so obviously when you're doing an editorial process are awards that I mentioned earlier are in theology that the work is very raw and unedited. Because we can't go through a real aditorial process in the turnaround. You need a good couple months because of the snail pace all prison mail is reviewed as we're GONNA here tonight and I'm thankful in advance to everybody who sticks around embarrassed with US Justin's phone calls aren't fifteen minute increments Hang UP AND CALL BACK. The gotTa go through a whole screening. That would in a moment so people's people's lives and communication are one hundred percent red often censored it's often up to the mail room whose mail gets through or not clerk working that day Actually I I. I don't know if we can include this. I wrote a Tony. Eighteen Bed about it for the Guardian. That details of what that looks like

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03:05 min | 5 months ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

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02:15 min | 5 months ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

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"three minutes" Discussed on GradBlogger

GradBlogger

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"three minutes" Discussed on GradBlogger

"Is the second episode IndyCar machine series. So as you that are just tuning in this series, we're looking at different ways to create repeatable scalable content for your website for your blog and for your business. So the first episode of the content machine series was on random topic, blogging are TB, and that was on episode eight of the podcast. If you're tuning in the future, then you can go the show notes at grab blogger dot com slash eleven for the subsidies and we'll have links to the future series or future. Episodes are involved in the contemplating series as well. So you can. Kind of walk through them to get that information. So in the current podcasts up. So we'll talk about what are three minute paper summaries. Why are they so valuable, how do they do things like having cross linking? Search engine optimization. How's that all baked in rape? From the start, we'll go step by step on how to actually create these types of posts, everything from creating the templates that you need to how to actually go, but writing them and getting them up online, and then we'll actually go through and give it a report card similar to random topic blogging Turkey be where we went through and looked at content creation and content distribution has the spa and the different types in different versions of condoms were looking at so to get started. Why three minute papers and white content machines. This is really based on the back of, of the biggest hurdles that I've seen people have trying to start online, so a lot of the questions that we, we get in law, destroyed. So we get around finding unique content ideas, finding time to write in create content and doing this consistently so maybe due for a week or two or a month or two, but then. You get kind of burnt out and tired of creating that content. And then you stop posting on your website, you stop driving traffic. That's what we're trying to do at the end as to become experts in their field. Thority online drive traffic back through websites and use that to build businesses change the world and also change our world as well. So the purpose of the condom machines than our build repeatable scalable processes to create unique content again I want everyone that's listening to this be able to become the biggest authority in their field in the world. And that's very, very manageable for many people. If you're doing a master's repeats, d in say social media, maybe, there's a lot of people a lot of people studying that in writing without online already. So I may be kind of a crowd space, but a lot of a lot of masters topics. Lot of university topics say, for example dust explosions. There's nobody writing information line. There's a really big out there you can fill with air research. And if you're in social media marketing, as a as a PT topic, then this will help a lot as well to drive your. Plug in your business forward? So that's the reason behind creating these machines. And three minute papers was the machine that I went to after random topic blogging really helped to propel my business moving forward. So in order to illustrate what is a three minute, paper wanna kinda tell a bit of a story and a little bit of background on where this whole concept came from. So I started blogging in late two thousand sixteen at my dust explosion research dot com law do that Melissa for while. No that now. My first three post took weeks to write anymore. So they took weeks to create images for us taking screen shots, a lot things as doing as take my own photos, trying to get those integrate these really high quality posts. And they were really good, but they kind of left me burnt out thinking there, had there has to be a better way. So as a lot of online marketing materials, reading, lot of people that were big in this space, and I came across a individual name, nNcholas gawky, and he had a post called how to publish a huge content creation machine. Even when it's just you. I started reading quite a bit about nNcholas, and he had a website called four minute. Books dot com, where every day, three hundred sixty five year he posted blog post that was a summary of book and in this post how to public, huge concentration machine which will will link to in the show notes, he go step by step on how he actually does these types of posts. So how he creates the template for them how he goes about writing them, why they're so powerful and how he in his own words. Use it to sixty days. Dr thirty thousand visitors to his website get eight hundred and thirty seven Email subscribers and make three hundred seventy six dollars in affiliate commissions and Philly commission Spar. Here's is kind of funny because he after that I think went to partner with blankets, which you made of heard of who does the sort of audio summaries of book, so you can read listen to three or four or five minute summary of basically every book in the world. I think it became affiliate for them and made substantial more seven hund-. And thirty six dollars. Let's just a little bit of background on that. So when I read this post I realized that four minute books, I could do something quite similar in my academic research. So I call it three minute papers. I figured, you could read a summary of paper at least a minute faster than you should be able to, to rediscovery of a book. This is actually before I'd ever heard of things like three minute thesis. So it didn't really come from that background. Although the similarities are pretty similar as well. So that's what we're going to talk about in this episode how to do three minute paper post EMP's, how to do these summaries. What template to create and us and how they're really optimized for things like cross linking optimized for stack and content and optimized for search engine optimization. Say tune to the end of the pike episodes, walks to go through the five major things that you need for search engine optimization SEO. And how this kind of really hits the nail on the head for each of those, but before we get to that, I want to get into how do we create three minute papers in the first place. So there's five steps to three minute paper posts step number one. Is to create a template and use it over and over again. One of the biggest struggles people have is sort of just getting started when you write content in the sense that the struggle of what do I do next is a really big barrier? And this is one of the biggest barriers with Artie be random topic blogging that really's overcome by these three minute papers. So I'm gonna share with you. What my template actually looks like don't worry about take notes because this this'll obviously be all audio, if you want the actual example, the template you can go to grab dot com slash Levin. We'll have the temporary that you can actually download right there and use it to kind of cut and paste, and create your own template. So there's five parts to the template it self, and they're all pretty small, but also through describe them. So the first is the introduction to the post, and I had the same introduction to every post, I wrote a one sentence summary, actually put one summary coal, and then a one cent summary. So, for example, a predictive single step model for coal paralysis is developed and validated. That was that could be at one summary. The authors listed. I'd read in three minutes, something I just picked up from nNcholas Becky where you had read this informants on each of his post. That was my introduction. That was the first part of the template, the second part was an image, each post should have at least one image. And this really helps SEO and my example. I pull the quote from the article as reading itself. So I just highlight, highlight important quotes as I went through, and by pick one of those and create a quote, cardboard, the tool that I used it wasn't online, tool inside actually around anymore. If you just Google free quote image generator free, quote maker, something, I'm sure you'll find something that will that will work and the key was fast. I didn't waste the bunch of time creating all these images and I could get something really boosted the search engine optimization. The SEO quality of my post, but also have something that was that was fast easy to do. And that adds some interest for the reader, 'cause they got to see an actual, quote, from the paper, the third step of the third part of my template was four paragraphs, and I'd write these. Usually limit them to two to three cents at max for spare Goff was paper goals. Psych pair paper methods that they're paragraph was high level findings and fourth paragraph was always the same as three the main findings from this paper, are those with the first three sections of my template the fourth section was then four headings finding number one, and I described the finding a pretty detailed. That'd be the title that heading finding to again single step mal model for coal process works for bitchiness Cole or something finding number three model can be extended computational fluid dynamics programs just stuff like that. And the reason the having those findings and headings really good is because they're very keyword dense. You can see some things, I'm saying like coal process alteration, or whatever the key words are very keyword heavy because it comes directly from the paper. That's good for CEO relate to your blog as well. So we cover the first four parts of the template the introduction, the image, the. Four paragraphs the three fine main findings one section preach, and then two or three cents scrubbing main finding then the end the last section, which has its own heading is my personal takeaways from the paper title with a why we clued the paper title here in a little bit. When you get to the quality for these sort of posts in athletics. Ray your conclusions. You can link through to related literature related litter posts, you've done relate through papers, have you done and reference, the paper that you're doing. So this is a five sections for your template. I created this HTML back when I got started. And I think now in the WordPress block editor, you can actually create a template that would work quite well. So let's step number one to create through papers create this template and use it over and over again, you'll never have to worry about reformatting your blog posts again, if you create this template upfront, and as I as I said, I will clued example, my template at the show notes that grab blogger dot com slash Levin. You can download that there. And then you'll have the exact step by step process to use in your. Template as well. So onwards, we had five steps overall, the second step is it every time you read a paper write notes on the back, these pretty simple again things like paper goals, paper, methods two to three cents to three point. So you'll turn into senses, the three main findings you want to highlight these because these will go into that ball push directly in any your conclusions. Your big takeaways if you just drop these down the back of the paper, while you're reading it love stock of input for creating through menopause, set number three's every morning. Right for the first thirty minutes of your day. This is what I did. And I found really helpful, they say would start working on my website for thirty minutes every day, and then I'd put it away until I got my graduate school, work done because that's what I was doing was working on my PHD thesis was building this website, picking time it doesn't have to be the first thirty minutes of our day. But ping some time where you're going to be working on creating these post every day or at some specific frequency is really important. And so I do is I sit down, like Peter start every day, I pull a paper from. The stack flip overlooking my notes and start typing up paper goals methods finding them on finding to finding over three conclusions. I get to the point where I could actually start to do one two to one to one point five of these paper posts in the thirty minutes slot, which really helped me ramp up and get more done. I was posing, these five weeks one every weekday step number six one afternoon per week or on the weekend finalized posts. So create chairman, ges set the SEO parameters, which will talk about in a little bit say your meta data and all that stuff, which which is involved with the search engine optimization and get your post to go step number five in the foul. Step is the schedule your post to be released and shared on social media as us free buffer for this every day, every weekday I'd post one of my postal out now, he kinda put them on recycle. So then later, I might schedule them for different times as well. So those are the five steps to creating three minute papers, and you're all kinda regimented is. But it gets really easy. 'cause you get really quick doing these things so step. One create a template, and use it over and over again, set to every time you read a paper put notes on the back. Step three, every morning right for thirty minutes to start your day. Step four one afternoon per week or on the weekend finalize the posts and step five scheduling these ago, and chair and social media, and you will look like a giant content creation machine if you do this, but it's only costing thirty minutes a day, and writing notes on papers that you're alright reading for your thesis. Anyway..

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"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

Committed

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

"Hi, this is Christie will Blunk. Our love story is interesting because my husband, and I are raising a special needs daughter with an extremely rare and progressive condition. We have been married since we were twenty five we've been together since we're eighteen we'll be celebrating our ten year wedding anniversary next year, our daughter Aubrey was diagnosed last fall with solid disease. And we don't have any special needs kids in our family. We don't have any friends with special needs kids so learning how to cope without together as a couple and just as a family has been challenging to us. And we've had our ups and down aubrey's condition is she's one of about twelve people in the US with Bella and less than two hundred in the world has solid these. So there's no research being done. And we actually just went to a conference and Tarrytown New York this past temper for the first star foundation. Conference. They are the first organization out there for solid Z's created by New York because this past spring, so we're kind of embarking on that journey together. And we're very active in organization, and the doctors are ready to search testing with mice some different treatments for the kids and time kind of running out because most of these kids start losing skills when they're in their twenty and so we just are working together. And it's really strengthen our relationship and our family going through such a difficult time together just navigating being special needs parent has been interesting getting all the equipment that she needs. She goes therapy. Six times a week. The only thing our schedules to make that work keeping our bond together. Just by the fact that we have doctors appointments all the time. If there if he's dealing with the financial aspect is draining. So I feel like it's really strengthened us as a couple and working together with this organization to hopefully, find treatment or a cure for Dr before time runs out. So. So anyway, I love love love committed. And thanks for all the stories. You bring us every week. Do you wanna share your love story with us? I really hope the answer is a resounding. Yes. Well, it's easy. Just call us. Yep. No texting pick up the phone and call us like you're back in the eighties hiding under the covers with the cordless phone in your parents house. Maybe I was the only person who did that. You can reach us at four zero four nine nine six one one seven three remember to let us know your Email address and try to keep at the three minutes or less. I promise it's easier than you think. Now, we're going to have new episodes for you soon. We really well they're coming. But

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"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

Committed

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

"And because no one teaches you how to be married, and when she's just pump managements, and we just get married and thrown into it. And so we've tried to help others. So that they don't go through their life teen. And so they don't get divorced. And so yeah. So that's our story in that show. We feel our specialty has it's a story forgiveness. And it's the story of less. Less. My name is she Enin stamp, and I listened to the don't give up hope among other episodes that you had I was going to the quote man widow, which is what I into as an eye man is a triathlon race. That is an extreme distance two point four miles swim one hundred twelve mile bike and twenty six point two mile run at the end and our love story. And just challenge of our marriage is my husband's quest to complete one of us. Just one of his life dreams in the midst of having one year old and ours Pacific journey is just ups and downs and his intense training for six months up to twenty hours a week in me wanting to be committed to him and supportive of him. But also feeling like a widow and. Him actually accomplishing his which was amazing emotional one. Second, sweetie. Hip so has the one year old now she's three right? And then kind of a twist at the end he did so well that he actually qualified for the world championship, which is once in a lifetime opportunity. So we kind of had that moment where we looked at each other. And we were like are we up for this again? And I'm very proud to say that I was selfless and that moment and really encouraged him to go for it. But it meant a whole 'nother year of training for an iron, man. So my name is Shannon stance. I don't know if my three minutes, but my son is up because my three year old wants me ready. I..

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"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

Committed

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Committed

"Hi, my name calling Bethan my husband, and I met when we were fifteen years old, and we do off and on for eight years before we finally got married, and you know, throw the teenage stuff and things are hard, then and all the back and forth. But when we married each other, we knew that we were both marrying our soul mates. We were extremely happy. And we had four years of simply lists. But then children happen that our daughter, and then you're after that, we got pregnant with our son. And then while I was pregnant with my with my son. My husband had an affair. He saw that. She still loves me. But he was in love with this other woman. I say that this is my soulmate. There was no way that I was gonna lose having. So I fought for marriage, and I wrote him love notes every day. I reminded him. Why we were so great together. And then the second that he better, and he was his fallen back in love with me, I fell apart, and I was horrible for a long time and things were really bad at our house. And then we found a program that taught us how to forgive because I'm forgiveness is drinking poison and expecting the other person to die at taught us how the communicates and how complex management of how the trust and it stays our marriage. We're extremely happy. We have two more children now. And we now help other couples to learn how to forgive to trust again. And how can you Kate's part of our mission is to give back.

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About Last Night

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"three minutes" Discussed on About Last Night

"That would like tell stories like I thought that was so cool, a slow, nobody was being slow the Olmecs in the open three minutes, three minutes. He, I remember because he went to the l.. A zoo with his wife when he first got any of this long thing about connecting with the and the re looking at him like you recognize them and just think like this guy's just got it. So like you had that thing to where it was like if I had to make the line with you him, Gerard obviously, who's just the fuck and king right started. Certain people had that, like, did you remember seeing drawed? And that I feel he was around open mic and for maybe a year and then paulie pass them. Right. It was pretty quick. Oh, no, he was he. I mean, he was definitely the first of our class to get past us the first of our class to do a lot of things, but like definitely that, but it wasn't he. He was doing stand up for a few years because I remember he got past the year before I did. So I've been doing it for four years by the time I got past about three years. That's pretty damn good. But that guy was just he was just an everybody all the older guys liked him to that really helped. You know, like the older guys liked me like Jeff liked me, and paulie was always good to me in like Bobby, but they didn't like me because I was good at Stanford. They like I was. I was a nice kid. Yeah, and they would help me out here and there there was no, like this guy needs to be up. It was like put for Gerard. He had that drought like they looked at him. They looked at like not like appear quiet, but more like that. Like he's still a kid and he's got some stuff to learn, but he's good how quickly the do feel comfortable at the store like working there because it definitely even when I was doing the phone, so was behind the scenes, but being out front like that, you definitely had an advantage as far as like building some report and comradery with like these guys. You look up to, but you also have to be cool and chatty and go out of your way to to strike up conversation. I'm not just let them walk by and be like what up, but like find things to to strike up a quick combo within the parking lot or the four. The working lot man because I used to park cars. So that was like my main gig. And by the way that is such an underrated position like fucking people don't realize the parking lot at the comedy store. It's like trying to put like a like a like a forty inch dick into like a buck and to John. There's a better now, but it's it's definitely it's like there's only so much base for so many cars. So it's always back and there's only one way in and out of the of the parking lot. Yeah. You had to consider that, like if it's too full yet to literally put cars on, you're trying to solve a rubik's cube that will never be solved. And yet you get always get close, but everybody card comes in. Everybody's car that's in there is a paid regular. Right? So you're dealing with these comedians that you look up to come? Nice cars sometimes a lot of times. I mean, nowadays, too. I mean, people were just like coming through with all this. I mean, I mean, it's nicer club now. I mean there's like way more famous people that do stand up at the comedy store now than there were back, how nervous are you too when your parking those cars to just get? I mean, because I mean, I sometimes I can even pull the car out myself. It's still just just close enough that I'm just like, I don't trust myself. Have you do it so nervous the, it's almost like time. I type my bar mitzvah. I was like, I can do it, but grandpa you're better. You know, there's one time where you know your nerves make you do weird things. I think part of being good at stand up as a learning how to, you know, stay in the pocket and not let it take over, which I think that was what was great about working..

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"three minutes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"three minutes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"three minutes" Discussed on Hurry Up & Wait. LA

Hurry Up & Wait. LA

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Hurry Up & Wait. LA

"Curse me. Go. May. You were yelling out loud right feeling this out loud and my daughter says, yo, and a security thing ever. As in my ex wife hates me. Now Mike fifty fifty fifty study. You can take them to court. Fuck you anyways. All right, so welcome to what the fuck Hollywood yet. All right. Three minutes, three minutes on the paper, three minutes, three minutes, three minutes, ready. Wait note, give me ready and. This one that's not insulting anyway. All right. Ready and rant. And what the fuck Hollywood. Alright, so nerds, my urge we need to get over this bullshit. So I'm gonna read about the Kelly Marie TRAN. She's one of my friends yet. She's one of ours. Okay, good. Because one of the stars of Star Wars and she quit Twitter social media because we are Dicks and here's my rent. We live in a time where we can actually reach out to stars and people that we admire we like and sometimes talk back to us and you fuckers are ruining it. All right. So we need to get over this bullshit of if I'm a fan boy and I make a theory and the movie that I the road is about, doesn't do it get over yourself. It's not your movie. Is somebody else's either enjoy it or get the fuck out, but it's not just her, we lost some. They turn Millie, Bobby Brown. They turn to anti game. Well, an anti gave me. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, check it out, check it out. So my thing is is twofold. One stop it, but to that's minority that does that. And we in the majority who wanna keep contact with people who admire, we don't speak up. We don't talk and we don't defend. And that's an issue. See it. A lot of pictures of her do it, and that's a proud and that's the problem. So I just need Hollywood to stop it on a second hand, which I just saw his speech can we stop Robert deniro this this week in the what's what's a Peter one. The award show. Oh, the Tony's the Tonys. Yeah. He basically came out and said, fucked Trump and also good, but can we please start doing speeches and political speech without doing the back backup? Because you can say, fuck Trump, you can say anything in an award show, but at least motivate people to go fucking votes. So it makes a difference because there's a lot of talking on action and it falls in line with the social media because in this minority, this minority group basically ruins it for all of us, and no one comes out to the fend it no one comes out as a corporation. Twitter doesn't come to block it and it's becoming a major issue major shoe. So Hollywood. Stop making a little speeches without making a up speech. Tell people to go fucking vote. So there's an actual political change and to you fucking nerds, who are pissing me off stopping assholes if the movie's not what you like, get the fuck over it and stopped ruining people's lives because these people are pretty cool, and as it is her friend, so she knows it personally, and that fucking sucks. When you open up your Twitter and you're getting death threats and hate for a character that wasn't yours, somebody throat and you just perform, so it's not really your fault. And on that note Ryan Reynolds, it's not your fault. Greenland wasn't your fault. It was a fucking writer director did it. So everyone get off his dick also, and that's my rant. I'll I'll end to one. Set this program teams strong on the offset. I feel like we should've played. That's a little late. You can edit this stuff, but I'm glad I haven't. I haven't been on stage doing stand up and under a time for a long time. So my. Yeah. After you do stand up for a while, you get to know when the five minutes or three minutes and are up. And I thought I lost ability because it's been two years since I've been on stage and I'm like, oh, it's not that bad. Okay. I still have it. Cool. Crops to me Landis back. So that is the completion of our new first segment. Now rabbit. One last segment do we wanna do segment number two to get. It's going to be ninety awkward seconds with Hort. Hey. Very whimsical. Saillant sign here. Older guy. Security. I'm involved in volunteer. I'm gonna ask you these rapid fire questions. Where else? Airing false? Some are just answer the first thing that comes.

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"three minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"three minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Okay some choose to be seen some do oppo george to go see them running across your living room i told you about the license border faulty wiring coming up in three minutes back in three minutes here and hall of fame pitcher who's had a similar injury to clayton kershaw we'll get to that in just a few where are you going to call key ghostbuster that's for sure people so we put up a poll do you believe in ghosts is very simple right now forty two percent say yes fifty eight percent say gnocchi goes off track yeah we have a tweet that rose in from escalate owes says i lived in two different apartments where i found someone had died the first one i would say was definitely haunted i used to hear footsteps in the kitchen while everyone was asleep ronald richard richardson has tweeted us yeah purchase my first house at hawaii for four hundred twenty five thousand it was valued at nine hundred thousand it was a market for a year because the previous owner killed his wife and himself i'm not scared of those crazy people buying how i don't want it i think i might have to do i mean in hawaii don't want it in a do just salted murdered somebody and himself of him to jank himself here's i got you i got you good property though this really good property value what i would do is buy it in flippy.

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"three minutes" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"three minutes" Discussed on WDRC

"Eighty five percent of the fire departments are all volunteer and and and they do a great job and and we we applaud their their volunteerism but we need to understand that with that becomes you know there's there's a gap there and the response times and we only have less than three minutes to get out of a house fire so with three minutes three minutes and and and we're seeing the decrease because of the products that we're putting in there right okay so that said what other states to keith the right now there's ten other states in the nation that already required townhomes with massachusetts being one of them so with that you know we're seeing the townhomes getting the the recognition and and getting the sprinklers installed in them and we're just trying to move with with what everybody else is trying to do and to just require a safer structure when we're building that's the goal keith for those who don't know you know when you say townhomes could just explain to the folks what what is townhall townhouses typically it's three or more units side by side one you know one next to the other and usually they're four or five units to a building and they're just an up and down usually like a garage or an underneath would abasement and then a first and a second floor and then next to that you have the same exact unit next to that and then three or four or five of them in a in a building teeth do we know if including these these fire sprinklers can affect in a positive way insurance so we've we've done some homework on this and.

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"three minutes" Discussed on L2inc: Winners

L2inc: Winners

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"three minutes" Discussed on L2inc: Winners

"As the year winds down we want to thank our dozens and dozens of fans out there and take a look back at our favor moments of 17 but first some data we had almost twentyfive million views this year that's up thirty three percent over last year that sixty seven million minutes of yours truly or a hundred twenty eight years of scary viewing a hundred and forty eight thousand likes with most of those likes being centered around our career advice video and four thousand dislikes mostly from when i get political over eleven thousand comments i think we've read all of them and we've also added one hundred twenty seven thousand subscribers however our viewers are eighty nine percent male thanks for watching we'll see you next year all i favour guy next slide please d day i love trip polay i don't care about the health scare you could you can produce zico bowl in a big dog is eaten more and more of that stuff by the way that soya milk you've been buying is this regular milk introducing itself in spanish a winner amazon amazon amazon amazon blablabla cheers of cvs and walgreens struck five four and five percent respectively blow in the end her out pilot loved one self act will evasion good health economic security at i'll take it i travel a lot i do get lonely one am i most along who i feel most alone when i'm around other people who are total fucking idiots.

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