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"uci" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

College Esports QuickTake

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"uci" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake

"He thought i was done. I'm not. He's the head of user acquisition for software developer wizard labs he's vp special events for x. Our sports does the velvet for exit and most importantly probably he's adviser for east sports network. This fall he accepted a role as a professor of eastwards at uc irvine arguably the leading program in college for its in north america jimmy. Welcome back to the show mitch. Mitcham really happy to be here. Reshi having me on again. I had to bring you back to talk about all the different things you do at so by first question for you is d- sleep at all. You know it's a fair question. I think i definitely try and get those recycles in. But i would be lying if i said every morning. I wake up to about fifty. A missed dischord messages slack emails and and actually some late night causes well. It's but you know being busy is certainly a blessing. Rather i'd rather have it that way than any other. I can agree with that. That's an interesting point. You know i was talking with my friends at getting them all to discord. We could play among us. People who are not gamers clearly It reminded me. Just how common discord is for me to use so florid for so many other people. And i'm curious. Which platform do you think you do. The most business on email photo text or discord. Oh it's discord without a doubt. I think if you're in the gaming industry and essential product When i started t- empire only started icebreakers clan. The first thing we did was created escorts server and actually our cto was so adamant about using it in. there's so much pushback from megan and my other partners and so funny that i probably literally anything on my phone today i. I'm on it all the time. It's crazy how quickly some of my friends who were using it. Even though they played their their share they like xbox parties to their warzone matches and now everyone's using discord there talking about fantasy football trades at discarded it literally. Two three weeks became the most common platform by fred group to us at the instagram group chats. The snapchat group chat all seem to fall away a little bit favorite escort. But while i hope you get a sponsorship from after this episode. They're definitely great program. Reply hope so yeah discord. Where were you guys at. Let's let's get a little bit of love even record. These shows discord a few. If if you want to be sale. I so on the show. We're gonna talk about a lot of gipsies background all the different things. He's involved with but also focused a lot on this eastwards class at uc. I know we lost a college sports..

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Wages and benefits grow at slowest pace in 3 years

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Wages and benefits grow at slowest pace in 3 years

"American workers are feeling the effects of the corona virus recession wage and benefits increased at the slowest pace in three years in the second quarter an indication that businesses are holding back on pay and cutting jobs as a result of cold at nineteen according to the government's employment cost index pay and benefits rose a half percent from April to June that's down from eight tenths of a percent during the first three months of the year the UCI tracks pay and benefits for existing jobs with an unemployment rate of eleven percent workers who have jobs have less ability to refuse pay cuts or demand races might help in Washington

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Suspect in New Jersey family shooting may have targeted another judge, possible link to California death

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Suspect in New Jersey family shooting may have targeted another judge, possible link to California death

"Say the man who allegedly targeted a federal judge in New Jersey is the prime suspect in a California murder eight days ago, and officials say the gun used in the suspect suicide was the same gun in the attack. Kill Judge Esther Salas, his son and seriously injured her husband here. CBS is Meg Oliver. Victim tonight. Authorities believe the killer was Roy den Hollander. Sources say he posed as a FedEx delivery man and opened fire in broad daylight at the front door of New Jersey. Federal Judge Esther say La's den Hollander was found dead in a car from a self inflicted gunshot wound a day later. In the car, they found a package addressed, a judge say, lists an address and photo of New York State chief Judge Janet de Fiori and documents connecting den Hollander to a California killing. Investigators believe the gun recovered where he died. Matches not only the one used in the New Jersey murder but is now being tested to see if it was used in the California shooting in another murder eight days earlier in San Bernardino, so a gunman also posed as a delivery man shot and killed. Attorney mark injury. UCI, who was part of the National Coalition for Men,

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Los Angeles - UC Irvine Participating In Clinical Trial For Coronavirus Treatment

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Los Angeles - UC Irvine Participating In Clinical Trial For Coronavirus Treatment

"Clinical trials on a drug which may have therapeutic use in fighting the virus now under way in the states with primary testing at UC Irvine the trials began last week according to Dr alpa should mean the executive director of UCI's health hospitals program revolves a particular type of drug ring disappear is an antiviral drugs that attacks the genetic code of the virus we think it can be effective but we need hard clinical data to prove it thus the need for this trial you see I help is the only hospital in southern California to have this trial opens the trials are adaptive in nature researchers will look at the results of the first one hundred patients have given room disappear the other half a placebo and compare treatment outcomes all the trials are set for three years it's likely that any positive results we referred to national authorities of the CDC and elsewhere for review P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy

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What the CDC Knows About Zombies

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:14 min | 11 months ago

What the CDC Knows About Zombies

"Welcome to hidden history. I'm your host. Ken crumb today. What the C. D. C. knows about zombies? y'All oh come on zombies really yes really. History shows that the word Zombie came out of the Congo and means spirit of a dead person used in Louisiana UCI creole. The word describes person that has died and was brought back to life without speech or free will it seems so. ZOMBIES are coming increasingly crushingly more popular pop culture as time goes on countless movies books video games and even TV shows based on Sambas dated back to nineteen thirty two. When the first feature length Zombie Phil White Zombie came out? Could have you ever wondered where the images and ideas of the reanimation automation of dead people came from rising from the grave rotting pasty. Looking Green skin an UNCANNY taste for human flesh question brains that can all be ended with a blow to the head. As far as how exactly the people came to Spezia Mambi varies but the characteristics assist described earlier usually stay pretty much constant voodoo folklore contends that Bo Cores Voodoo priests that are concerned with the study and application of black magic. Press the ability to resurrect the deceased. Through the administration of coup Padre compadres is a powder that is issued orally the primary ingredient of which is a tech stocks a deadly substance of the notorious Torius poisoning food or porcupine fish. According to legend Zombie as someone who has annoyed his or her family and community to the degree that they can no longer stand to live with this person they respond by bringing in Bogor to turn them into a Zombie once they had been issued sued. The Co Padre. The subjects be prepared for their descent. World of zombies would appear to die insofar as their heart rate would slow to to stop their breathing. Patterns would be greatly subdued and their body temperature would significantly decrease the public thinking that the person was dead would bury him or or her as if they were corpse they would then be exhumed still alive by the Bogor and although there physicality remained intact or memory would be erased and they would be transformed into mindless drones though still living they remain under the bulk. Horse power until lable dies well. There's here's your myth now. Let's flash forward to the present and the CDC Center for Disease Control's connection. Zombies may twenty the eleventh the. CDC created a blog post with tips for dealing with zombies by May Eighteenth. The blog site had received thirty thousand hits and shortly after the site crashed among other things like floods and earthquakes. The CDC gave instructions for dealing with zombies to CDC's blog post included precautionary tips about zombies along with its usual tips for preparing an emergency kit as well as emergency escape routes in case ace of an earthquake or hurricane for example after explaining how the public should be prepared. If Zombie started a period. Outside your doorstep it continues Tinubu's you can also implement this plan if there is a flood or earthquake or other emergency plan your evacuation route when zombies are hungry. They won't stop stop until they get food. That would be brains. Which means you need to get out of town fast? Remember all of these suggestions about dealing with zombies. NBC's come from the CDC plan where you would go and multiple routes. You would take ahead of time so that the flesh cheaters don't have a chance is really important strange but not as strange as their October. Twenty eleven graphic novel created by fantasy. Artist Bob Hobbs titled a Zombie Pandemic

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Dad, 2 daughters die in Southern California apartment blaze after he rushes in to save them

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Dad, 2 daughters die in Southern California apartment blaze after he rushes in to save them

"A riverside county family devastated by an apartment fire this morning Emmett fire chief Scott brown tells KNX three people were killed I can't confirm at this point I have no other details they can't confirm three finality and they were in one apartment the deceased including a four year old female a twelve year old female in a forty one year old male an eight year old male was rescued from the apartment and transported to a nearby hospital and subsequently airlifted to UCI Medical Center in Orange County the man the father of the kids died after rushing back into the burning unit to rescue the children the fire just as started just after one o'clock in the helmet on Alessandra street near west Layton Avenue chief brown says the cause is still under investigation right now they're focused on finding shelter for at least twenty displaced people from the

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"uci" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"uci" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Alerted UCI researcher Barth, Chakravarty says there are two and a half million ER visits and one hundred people killed just from car crashes every day by reducing the number of minutes or the time that I. Responders can get to the crash site and get into an emergency department and trauma center could potentially decrease morbidity, and mortality and save lives. He says response times could be cut by sixty percent using crowd source data in Irvine corporate Carson KFI news. Judge in Chicago has ordered the file unsealed in Jesse small, let's criminal case. Lawyer Natalie spears represents the media organizations the want the files released. This is about transparency and trust in the system. And we believe the public has a right to know what the government did here, and why the judge says since Millette talk to the media before and after prosecutors throughout the charges against him. It didn't seem like he wanted privacy. The actor best known for his role on the TV show. Empire was charged for what he says was a racist homophobic, attack in January, the charges were dismissed in March with little explanation and members of a house, subcommittee have been debating legislation to help keep kids from dying in hot cars, and Charles death, as an extraordinary tragedy, fifty two is crisis Democratic Congress. Frank Bologne says that's how many kids died in sweltering cars last year, miles Harrison forgot his son in the car eleven years ago and the nearly two year old boy, died Harrison was acquitted of involuntary manslaughter. In is now pushing for more tech in cars if there had been a simple alert. In my car. This would not have happened the hot cars act would require vehicles to be equipped with safety technologies. We have a stall on the ninety one in Compton, it's on the eastbound side right before essential that stall card just moved out of lanes off the right shoulder. Overall, traffic's head come away from mainstream gonna stay patchy out past the six. Oh, five. Now let's head over to Mike O'Brien the KFI in the sky sponsored by injury. Attorney Marian Parman. He's taking a look at your ride in San Dina's troubles. The top of Kellogg hill. This is the westbound side of trying something new was a bad idea. Many of us would still be wearing polyester. This message is brought to you by glory days grill. You may know us.

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"uci" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"uci" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Here? He was transported by ambulance over to UCI center. You could see the rear window as well. As the rear passenger side went over both shot out. I this was reportedly a road rage incidents. And now we have point apart PD who are investigating this. They also had an assistance from Anaheim. Police departments chopper earlier that CBS to Desmond Shaw in sky to Pomona woman in custody after being accused of killing her father more than three months ago. Investigators have been trying to track the woman down since late January after they responded to a disturbance call and found a man lying on the floor of an apartment with a stab wound to the upper torso. Officers trying to save him. But he died before he could be transported to the hospital. Detectives believed the man and his daughter had an argument that day she's accused of grabbing a knife and stabbing him to death and then going on the run major crimes task force members. Located the woman this weekend and arrested. Her Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. The rest is been made. This is in connection with the shooting at a natural preserve in San Louis. Obispo left six people in the hospital, according to thirties this happened around midnight as a large crowd gathered at a recreational area of Oceano dunes natural preserve no word on the condition of those injured. Shares officials say it appears to be an isolated incident. But they haven't said. Yet what prompted the shooting. Dozens of fire cameras are up and running around southern California. The goal to try and help firefighters trick track flare up the cameras can cover hundreds of miles in southern California. They will be monitored twenty four seven and even the public can view their feeds. The goal is to keep an eye on any smoke that may develop giving firefighters when a wildfire erupts Don daler was so Cal Edison the utility that mounted the cameras in fire prone areas. This is a real time capability for your communities can use to identify fires role resources more quickly. Get those fires put out another. Sixty cameras are expected to be up and running in southern California. By the end of the year, Heather Jordan, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio man rescued from a burning home in south LA. This woman whose parents lived next door on west eighty history. Tell CBS to that neighbors quickly rushed to help out gentleman.

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It doesn't do a whole lot. But it skews them he mcclogan, and it makes it very difficult to read. And this is something that came to light when Raymond Kreutzer wars one, right? Who was initially fingered for his biological passport in for values in into grand tools, actually in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. And it was in around about two thousand four team when the and the arbitrator was taking place, and this was one of the issues that was raised. It was it was very very difficult to see what was going on there. And there is a school of thought that the UCLA in particular burned by the cross get case. And VERA off the not been many cases brought in reality. The want many cases brought before that I've been a law in track and field up to the start of two thousand sixteen. There was something seventy cases in track and field as against about thirteen in professional cycling. But again, you untold is not has a lot to do with the increased difficulty of reading cyclists profiles, the been various other problems to do with it. I think that they all the federation's of did to the past from data management to be a big problem. Huge numbers of these blood profiles and very difficult to. To process it very difficult to read it. And I think as time has gone by. As I said, initially, the realization has really sunk in that this is this is a tool that can be used almost as an investigative tool rather than something that's going to catch people per se. And you know, I think it's led indirectly to to some very good things, for example off to the courts to get case the UCI setup the which is the psyching anti-doping foundation because they didn't want national federations to be deciding on sanctions anymore. They wanted to have control of that himselves..

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"uci" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"And by the way, very a lot of my work in this comes from some of this Tessler has done Michael hurt UCI about both the Obama presidency. And then in this new book identity crisis about twenty sixteen and something he makes a point of by the way is there used. To be this idea. And it was true in eight that heroic Clinton had this great connection to the white working class when she was running against Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton was different after she served in the Obama White House and was sort of a Representative of that White House running in two thousand sixteen and so things had changed. But the idea that then she had gone from being heavily favored among racially resentful whites too heavily disfavored among them. I think the change. There was not just what she said. I think the change there was what she represented and it created constraints on on what was actually possible to do. But the big point I want to make here is that this goes to the actual core of it, which is these coalitions in the way, they're changing they themselves changed the decisions politicians can make our country in the way, it's changing it. And by the way, also the way our communication mediums changing something I did not get into here in the way. I wish I had with both cable news, and sort of Twitter Facebook, where these are hyper-competitive media, Mus fears you need things are going to pull people in. Thing that actually pose a lot of people in is something that activates one other stronger identities. And so you have a lot of discussion and these kinds of issues are winning a lot of the public debate where they wouldn't before. But so you have coalitions out can push a onto the agenda. You have parties the Republican party needs to activate a Sean trendy put it the missing white boater. Donald Trump came up with a way to do that the party needs to activate the Obama coalition. Now one way to do it is to have Obama run for office. But if you're not gonna do that, you need to do something you need to find a way to turn those voters out any other different choices you can make on the margins but the structure of that. And this goes to my point about this shaping lot of politics become is that you're going to have a Democratic Party is going to emphasize more issues of racial equity, and for that matter gender equity and just a quality in general, and you're going to have a Republican party that is going to have to be more responsive to the concerns of these white voters now maybe that will last for that long because it won't be the equilibrium is going to tilt towards Democrats do. Demographic change or whatever. Or maybe not depends on what happens to white voters. White voters could start voting and higher percentages for Republicans. That's implication, lease with some of the research, I'm using here. So I think these things they could go a lot of different ways. But the structure while it is a choice the politicians media figures they respond to the market that is actually out there to where the voters are aware strong. Opinions are I think if you asked every single democrat serving today, should we talk about abolish ice at all in this election, every elected official democrat, they'd say, no. And yet they are. And they are because the nature of their coalition the nature of the media atmosphere, the nature of what they get asked. And where the energy is is pushing them to do that. And there's a certain amount of politics at his choice, but there's a certain amount of politics at structure much as our culture structure much. What's happening at campuses structure about who has voice, and as changes, and as we don't have a settled equilibrium. You're going to have different decisions made on that than we've had made in the past..

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The UCI president David partying has been in the news again this time giving an interview to our friend cheer Scognamilio Amelia's newspaper. Like, I said L sport. He said that the Jared Italia. Could move back a week in twenty twenty to avoid a clash with the tour of California. So the two of California would come at the start of my and the Jiro would star in the middle, which of course, within close the gap between the Jiro and the tour only a proposal at the moment. But it's it's on the cards party also confirmed appear to confirm that tests for the pain can Trimble will begin in March knock from January the first as had originally been mooted. So it's likely that the Tremino test will come in in time for Peres. I'm finally carry on the trauma. Don't till till you hear well, you've you've experienced Tremino. How many when you when you hit with painful, you can affects invites for tribal. Dull? Yeah. So you can't use the off too. I think we'll we'll adopt all UCI rules on the podcast. I think. Oh, goodness. Me knowing Tremino rich off the March about. Finally, the acquis blue sports story is sort of taken. Another twist. Ongoing. The the fate of the riders who obviously found that season's curtailed. Suddenly they are currently relying on the UCI and the Bank guarantee that the team has lodged with UCI in order to get their salaries paid to the end of December, Rick Delaney. The team owner had said on our podcast that he would cover the salaries of any writers who are unable to get a contract or he would basically ensure the riders who had a contract for twenty nineteen would be seen right by Akwa blue. Now, it does appear in at least one case, Rick Delaney is making good on that pledge. So it's it's been a new story. This one hasn't and Delaney has been well, he's being cost villain of the piece, but perhaps is a little bit more nuance than. That what other little bit us Lionel? If I may join the long is joining lots of Saddam as well as the general manager of a team, Mark Zoll remains the the big cheese there, but the long who has an interesting history in the sport. He was the manager. Of course, the phone I team into those six when Floyd Lon this tests opposed to base being around any words for the two fronts before he's been around lots of top teams, and he will. Start as general manager, lots of Saddam in two thousand nineteen in Dade finally very finally it's.

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"We heard in last week's podcast from David Miller and from louder motor from the CPA talking about the the, the controller, rec- that Sam that's raging really about the election process and by, you know how writers actually have a say in electing the president of their own trade union effect and and it looks like a bit of a stitch up being used going to win it. There seems to be a lot of them anger, but at the same time, the CPA are arguing and he could argue some justification that the time to change the voting processes not in the couple of weeks before the election and buono who's very likely to be reelected. President today said that they will look at the system for electing the prison after he's been reelected. More or less and I'm gonna go and should be great theater. David Miller was there last night he grabbed not literally, but he colored don't let me party all last night and they had a very animated discussion for thirty minutes. David Miller was making some points to him quite forcibly a by the UCI give hundred thousand a year to the CPA. So they endorse the CPA as official writers union. So I think they'll be some fireworks after I'll go along on at least witness that and on the the reforms and I miss this week. The has been another storm brewing with the UCLA la- party on threatening to cut world through teams from eighteen fifteen that's been pushed back on by the the world through teams themselves world will remain eighteen teams. Teams also be obliged to have between twenty seven and thirty writers, which is a relief to CPA who saw writers losing their jobs. But you know some teams this year movie star. Our son web, for example, had fewer than twenty seventeen. So that's quite interesting move. The world tour will consist of around one hundred eighty five days of racing world through teams will be a bias to write all of them. It's a hell of a law on. It's amazing my view anyway. They all seem quite happy with the compromise that's been reached and the Pru pro continental tier, which is below world tour ring, renamed the UCI pro teams below that they'll be continental teams m. one or two. I mean it's still a bit massive procon division because there are of teams is going to be no limit on that, and they're all competing for the same races. However, next as of twenty twenty, the UCI has said the two best grant UCI proteins from the new Luke pro series will have the right to participate in the grand tours. So they'll be there will be fewer wildcards invitations and more transparency, more transplant. See a bit more. You know, we saw Akwa blue sport, go to the wall recently in part because they weren't happy the system for gaining selection to grand in particular about major events. Generally, this leaks, like, you know, if if you are pro continental team, there's a clear pathway there to writing in the grand tears. You've just got one of the two best ranked teams from the the new pro series. So that I think is is a positive move 'em and on the women's side of the sport. The big headline there is that there's going to be a minimum wage for the top tier the women's world tier teams from twenty twenty onwards. We don't know what minimum wage will be, but the loose like a a restructuring as well whereby the women's world tour which has been running for a couple years, and there will be recognized women's world through teams. There haven't been up until now. They've just been teams that ride women's world events. So the status of you women's world through teams will entitle teams. Participate in UCI women's world events and said, a recent UCI press release, and he says, reading off. And I want to say we will be talking about that in more detail in the cycling puck feminine because they are over all positive headlines in terms of the Minoan salary, which a lot of people have been campaigning for and the more structured division over and cycling. The argument being that leads hip professionalization encourages the professionalization of the sport. I think there's more to unpick there..

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Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike

"Zayed's Zayed's could could become become a a thing thing of of the the past. past. Thanks Thanks to to ethic ethic a a bike bike with with the the face. face. We We of of mother mother could could love love electric electric motorcycles motorcycles are are becoming becoming a a bigger bigger and and bigger bigger part part of of the the global global motorcycle motorcycle market. market. The The silent silent revolution revolution of of the the battery battery powered powered motor motor with with all all the the models models becoming becoming available. available. We We can can choose choose between between a a standard standard looking looking e e bike bike that that hides hides its its true true nature nature or or a a future future Ristic Ristic design design that that screams screams high high ride ride on on zero zero emissions. emissions. The The common common challenge challenge all all these these models models still still face face though though is is the the lack lack of of range range that that could could be be about about to to to source source change. However, it's difficult to increase the range on an electric motorcycle to achieve that you need a bigger battery capable of storing, more energy, bigger battery means bigger frame and easy equation that results in a bulky, electric power train. At this point you might as well throw in a few. Hugh more wheels for balance, steering wheel for good measure and call it now. I don't know a car, a group of engineering students from the university of Zurich in Switzerland has actually managed to produce a one off. Motorcycle with a staggering electric range of two hundred and fifty miles. In addition to the range, the bike has a built in quick charge system that can top off its battery in about an hour. The prototype was designed for a school project that challenged the fourteen students to experience all the steps of product development. The result is the all electric ethic. The design is pretty brutal, but it serves its purpose. The mono body unit is a quipped with a massive, lithium ion fifteen kilowatt hour battery. The group explains that the front wheel, braking, dissipate seventy five percent of the energy. So it addressed this reality by adding a front wheel hub motor that will recall. Operate the energy that's dissipated despite its minimalistic look and it's a labyrinth technology. The ethic does retain more classical motorcycle elements, including a lightweight to frame a proper swing arm and a trapezoidal fork out the front of it. Obviously, at this point, there is no talk of production, but the students in Genuity could definitely find some real world applications after all would be easy to market at electric. Motorcycle with the two hundred and fifty mile range, which is more than most gasoline models can travel right now. Hopefully we'll get to see this idea make its way to production. Just please let a design student have a go at it as well. Hyperloop transport faces, many, many hurdles, but until now, how cows can cross the track hasn't really been one of them, but that's going to change as Canadian company. Trans pod sets up its testing facility in a village deep in the French countryside. The current record for high-speed t GV trains could be shattered in the tiny commune of drove in central France. Last week. The company applied for planning permission, which it expects to be granted sometime this year. Hyperloop technology much publicized by Ilan. Musk's enthusiasm involves putting passengers or goods in capsules, which are then projected through depressurized tubes at up to twelve hundred kilometers an hour in their search for the perfect test zone. Transplants researchers hit on the Perez to Lou corridor, which. Has no high speed rail line, but they identified eight, three kilometers stretch of an old now, disused railway passing through farmland transplants, founder and chief executive told, euro news that the project has the backing of both residents and local authorities, but admits they've had to build some quirky demands into their planning application. For example, a farmer who has land on either side of the line wanted them to develop a pathway for animals as little. As you're ago Gendron the founder said that he doubted that anyone in Europe would want to invest in hyperloop technology. Now, investors have committed sixty five million euros transport. Also plans to build a research and development center in southern Italy got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA, the space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans. Code and materials for you to pursue and use. Just make sure you've got an extra twenty five hundred bucks and a bit of engineering know how this thing isn't made out of Lincoln logs. The story is this after curiosity landed on Mars, GPO wanted to create something a little smaller and less complex that it could use for educational purposes. So they created rove e. That's what they're calling it anyway. Traveled with GPL staff throughout the country and showed off what it was capable of unsurprisingly. Among the many questions asked was often whether a class group could actually built one of their very own. The answer unfortunately was no though far less expensive and complex than a real Mars Rover. Roe v was still too expensive and complex to be a class project. So GPL engineers decided to go back to the drawing board and build one that was less. Expensive. The result is the JPL open source Rover may set of plans that mimic the key components of curiosity, but are simpler and use off the shelf components. The OS are uses curiosity like suspension corner, steering and pivot differential, allowing movement over rough terrain and the brain is a raspberry pi. You can find all the parts in the usual supply catalogs in hardware stores, but you'll also need a set of basic tools of bandsaw to to cut change. metal. 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Building to process two devices and instructions. at once allowing you There to take was flexibility turns playing music built into from the plains each other's too, phones, so you can or load customer ops, you could even connect fight payloads over the speaker and sensors for supremacy. all to the brain and modified the mechanics. However you'd like world. world. it's open after all. So make it your I'm own for more information head on over to open source Rover, dot GPL, dot NASA, dot gov. Amazon recently announced in a blog post that Alexa enabled security cameras for ring are low and August along with Amazon's own cloud, Cam indoor security camera. Now work with the Amazon camera. Recap API. This new API should make it possible for you to view a recorded clip with the phrase, Alexa show the event that just happened at the front door or the back door or whatever you named these specific camera that you want to check out. The Alexis go works on the Amazon echo, show the echo spot, the fire TV, and. Fire tablets. You can't currently ask Alexa to show an event from specific time, but you know, it's just a matter of time previously. You could only say things like Alexa, pull up the front door life feed to see what was happening in real time, but you couldn't actually view saved clips. This feature is currently only available in the US, but it will be expanding to other countries very soon tricking through a crowded cavernous. WalMart supercenter really isn't much fun, but what if you could do it from the comfort of your own home through virtual reality, the world's biggest retailer wants to find out according to filings with the US patent and trademark office. The company has applied for two patents that detail a virtual showroom and fulfillment center that would connect shoppers clad in VR headsets and censor packed gloves to a three dimensional representation of a WalMart. Store customers could wander digital aisles from home and grab items, which would be immediately picked up and shipped from a fully automated distribution center. The filing is part of WalMart's recent push into virtual reality and area that holds promise for brick and mortar retailers struggling with the massive costs associated with store upkeep and labor. This could be a godsend in February the retailer acquired spatial land a startup that makes software tools to create virtual reality experiences. Spatial land is housed inside walmarts in house tech incubator store number eight, which last year hosted a v. commerce gala in Los Angeles, Agadi affair by WalMart standards that celebrated the five Witters of WalMart competitions to find the best ideas in the space. WalMart is moving aggressively into the digital realm at the same time that Amazon and other technology. He companies are looking to establish a brick and mortar presence. Amazon acquired whole foods market last year and is also opening cashier 'less stores. While Google is planning a retail flagship store in Chicago. WalMart has filed more than a dozen virtual reality patents. But it's focus has shifted from using VR for internal business, say virtual conference calls to more external shopper focused applications. You used any of the portable bluetooth speakers on the market? A have gone through several over the years myself, but they all left me fairly unimpressed with both be sound and their battery life. I've had all portable bluetooth speakers in the same category. It's a great way to share your music on the go, but they're only slightly better than the mono speaker phone on most smartphones. Now I'm revising that thought in recommending the j. b. l. flip Ford. Not only does this compact portable bluetooth speakers sound also, but it has a rock in battery life that seems to keep getting better with testing on top of that. 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A 400 year battery

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A 400 year battery

"Hi everyone. There's an old saying that luck happens when preparation meets opportunity and there's no better example of that than twenty sixteen discovery at the university of California Irvine by doctoral student. Maya Li fi after playing around in the lab, she made a discovery that could lead to a rechargeable battery that could last up to four hundred years that means longer-lasting laptops and smartphones, and fewer lithium ion batteries piling up in landfills. A team of researchers at UCI had been experimenting with Nanno wires for potential use in batteries, but found that over time, the thin fragile wires would break down and crack after too many charging cycles. But one day on a whim. Psycho did a set of Goldman wires in magnesium dioxide and a plexiglass like electrolyte gel. She came back a few days later and said, it's been cycling for thirty. Thousand cycles that kept going on for over a month. This discovery is mind blowing because the average laptop battery last for about three hundred to five hundred charge cycles. The Nando battery developed at UCI made it through two hundred thousand cycles within three months that would extend the life of the average laptop battery to about four hundred years. The rest of the device would have probably gone kaput decades before the actual battery, but the implications for a battery that lasts hundreds of years are pretty startling. Two years later and battery tech is growing in leaps and bounds with the adoption of fast wireless charging and lower battery requirements from our devices. It's already easy to forget about power storage, but we are now on the verge of a battery revolution that will see our phones last for a week on a charge and two naval very. Small batteries to power larger devices at it seems like the future is going to be built in Nanno wires

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The Flying Adventures of Lizzy Lizard written by Angela Ferrari

Story Time

17:23 min | 2 years ago

The Flying Adventures of Lizzy Lizard written by Angela Ferrari

"Are you ready to hear a story. We got a very special episode view this time. It comes from our friend, Angie at story, spectacular. Story. Spectaculars did not the children's podcast featuring original stories in classic Retailing's listeners will enjoy creative stories with vivid characters in sound design. So taking listen, and I hope you enjoy it. And don't forget if you do subscribe on your favorite podcast app, all head to story spectacular. Don't come. Okay. Hi, Angie. Can you tell us what store you've got for us? Hello. Rob. This story I have to share is called the flying adventures of Lizzie the lizard. There once was a tiny lizard name Lizzy who lived with their family and a magical place called lizard Lee. And it was a lovely village made of clay on a steep mountainside every lizard had its place in an important job to do Lizzy was from a family of food gatherers. These lizards would gather fruit from the jungle orchards and bring them back to the village for all the lizards to eat. What will I be when I grow up asked Lizzy one morning as she sat at the table, having breakfast with her mother and father with what would you like to be little busy? Her mother smiled. I wanna be a flying lizard and discover new places. Sounds like a lovely dream Lizzie, but lizards k. fly her father laughed. I think you should be a front gathered just like me and your mother while wine day. I'm going to become the first Blang lizard. Just you wait and see. As Lizzie grew older, she began to work with her mother and father out in the orchards collecting fruit, but she never stopped dreaming of one day learning to fly and going on granted ventures. Sometimes Lizzy would even sneak away from the fruit orchards and make her way deep into the jungle. She would climb up threes and we've from branch. Daring little wizard with swing on vines and places in the jungle. Forests. One day as Lizzie with sneaking off on one of her secret jungle John. She heard a strange noise coming from deep in the forest. She climbed up a tree to get a better look sound was coming from an old lizard who was crying for how. Somebody hoped me Lizzy sprung into action jumping from trade Atrim. She swum from a vine swooped down to the ground. The old lizard had it's stuff under a. I'm stunk UCI was napping by this loan and it rolled over onto my foot. You get on stuff Lizzy declared. She wished the law with all right in until the old lizards foot was read. There was also a strange wooden stick that had been stuck under the log as well. Oh, thank you. Thank you. You free me from the log and you found my magic wand, what a beret little Caesar. You're welcome. Did I hear you say you had a magic one. Yes, you see on the lizard wizard and now that I have my one back, I have regained all of my magical powers, you'll have magical powers. Well, sure. What would you like to see? Can you turn that golden leaf into an apple. Coming right up lizard. Wizard pointed is wanted the leap on the ground and he transformed the leave into a shiny red apple before Lizzy vary is here have a snack, amazing and delicious. Do you think you could make rock disappear. The magical lizard pointed is want at the rock in. Disappeared into thin air. That was incredible city. Do you think that perhaps you could make a lizard fly though, lizard wizard thought for a moment and rubbed his beard? I guess, with their permission, I could make a lizard fly. Could you get me wing so that I could find? Are you sure that's what you want my dear. I wish to fly more than anything in the whole world. While you've

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"uci" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Oh so much night You. Me, on the radio So tell us about So we have two locations are. Focuses Indian street food we have one in the Anaheim packing house and one at UCI, in university town centre we focus. On Indian street food we do a lot. Of Curry's we do we do Gotti roles which are sometimes. You know something different we have a lot of shots. Which are like appetizers so today we're also doing a grilled, pineapple chats of Hungary pineapple today have. In front of you Grilled pineapple in the door and then we've. Kind of balance the sweetness of that super sweet roasted. Pineapple with oranges pickled Fresno chilies there's a watermelon radish in there and it on top for French No what's wonderful, is I was talking to. Pam wait earlier and how she tasks all of you with with personifying summer and so, it's. Really interesting. To see because this screen son I mean this is just wonderful Flavors are bright refreshing you've got a little bit of crunch on top. Here but it's gorgeous to look at it looks like something, you wanna, have when you walking Thanks so for me a lot of I grew up, in New Jersey but I grew. Up eating Indian food a lot of the time so There's jersey references representation in the. Crowd I see you. You can't go anywhere without seeing jerseys Excellent and then? They're going to. Start talking about what is the four Roll roll or something yeah It always goes down to pork roll when you talk to people in. Jersey What exit are you So what kind of Indian foods? Did you grow up so we actually ate peanut butter, and jelly for lunch but we traditionally. Need food for dinner my family is from riders to sign which, is in the northwest I visited So we ate a lot of. Job north north Indian food, grade some south Indian food through friends and stuff but, I always grew up eating everything almost everything with, a touch of, Indian for example. You'll eat watermelon slices just fourth, of July over the summer you see straight watermelons. Indians eat watermelon slices with a spice mix called chop? Masala and it's a blend of about thirteen different spices, black pepper cumin coriander dried mango so. It's like hanging and peppery and it just adds like it makes. Regular watermelon Wow I know that I've ever..

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"They have found the best formula, and I don't really see anything in particular the could be done in Fresno talking at the moment, I think even with a salary cap, yet my question about whether you know David Lepanto has a an agenda against teams. I was slightly provocative is a question that I've been. Asked on social media seem to be a bit of an air of desperation by some of his comments. Last week. I mean, overall, you know, for supposedly very polished kind of political operative there. He, he has been guilty of some pretty loose talk. I think in his brief spell as UCI president, he tends to 'em to say things haven't been properly fell tie or disgust with other people. And I mean, I think ironically, I felt from the style that LaPorta has been very influenced by social media in particular of hot topics being discussed on social media. He, he will regularly seem to react to them whether it be in the next interview. Next press conference, whatever. And, and yet on the other hand, I don't think as as is the case with an awful of people. And even us to a certain extent is not fully. Used to accustomed to unable to deal with the way that single sentences or single paragraphs can be lifted out of context, an amplified on social media and then take on a life of their own. I mean, I'm looking at the the interview the party on did with the Swiss newspaper little now, and it was a very long interview and he was trying to provide well. A fair amount of context on gay fairly expansive on ses on various themes, including team sky, including TV figures being down. But in the course of family meandering on, says a couple of things slip out which were liable to be scrutinized amplified and look as though they follow the pattern that seems to have been established for a few months now of him criticizing team sky. I'm not sure that's what his intention was, but it just underlines the extent to which really released a minefield communicating in this social landscape and having having one team dominate the the biggest race in the world over many years is a problem. I mean, I think it it is a problem how you dress. I don't know. I do. I think there are two separate things. Having the best rate and having the best team at the moment. Sky have have both. And the the really interesting thing will will come when they come to serve with the strongest team, but not the strongest writer because you know, ultimately it will come into who's strongest writer, Tom allies bathroom next year than than Chris from unguaranteed Humous than than we. We could have a really interesting race on our hands. So and these things, these dynasties, these pairs of domination, they can end they, they always do. And very suddenly, you know, you seem to be, you can fill that you contemplating this long dark tunnel with no, no change in sight. And then she's the Tiger Woods. We know what time two thousand nine with his sort of sex scandals never won a major since we look at cycling in nineteen seventy five. No one would a best single dime on remarks, not winning the Toyota FRANZ not year. Likewise, Ninety-six with Miguel injuring willing. Exactly. And that's how the sky dynasty. Will end I'm sure on. And then all of these device might begin to sound quite redundant. Obselete -ly they'll just briefly before we finish. I mean, the other thing that he confirmed that we can anew was the ASO new. The verdict was coming on Chris from before the tour, and yet still made moves to have excluded from the race. And I think that is quite a big scandal. And when they had been told by the UCI that Chris room was going to be cleared an eligible to race while he was eligible to race anyway, but he was going to be cleared of his sub youth Amal case, and yet still went ahead with the move to try and bar him from the race, at least publicly that that that seems to me to be quite quite shocking story in a lot ways, but not but nothing and we shall we leave there. We should thanks Daniel like your. Thank you very much Lionel. Thank you, Richard. See you next week. You've been listening to the cycling podcast subscribe to on newsletter at the socking cost dot com to get all the latest news, special office delivered straight to your inbox. This episode was edited. I'm produced by Tom Walley..

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Someone like this, no more robust we should move on before we finish this week because there was an interesting if you lost week with David, la- party on the UCI president wasn't there. There was he wants to. He wants to sky pref- the tool by the sounds. I mean, the party on basically. Was reacting to what he seemed to think was boring tour and suggested six months teams. Budget caps for teams unbanning permeated a few things that kinda spilled of him, all of which seemed to be aimed at reducing the influence of wealth team sky or well, eight dominant team team sky have been team in the last few years overseeing specifically talked to buy, you know the site of a block of six, seven, eight writers from the same team writing on the front, controlling the race, closing dying on he felt. I mean, we've seen some reports that television figures from around Europe, which seemed to show that interest in the tourist Diran quite significantly in some places and the he is drawing a connection between skies apparent control of the race and reduce interest. Yeah, they, I think the TV figures. It a little bit of a red having though not not something that shouldn't concern. I s o in particular because their entire existence depends on. It's hugely dependent on TV viewing figures for the two of the front. So I'm sure they'll be concerned about that. But I mean, without making this about us at all our audience figures appear to be up for the two of the FRANZ, which bucks at trend. And I think this is something that we saying across, oh, sports is people are consuming lifespan in slightly different ways are beginning to consume lifespan in different ways and the future of the kind of relies on people sitting down for two, three, four hours time. That's probably the biggest concern when it comes to television and the of the fading of the audience, people have busy alive. They have other priorities and they want to maximize kind of enjoyment and get.

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Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

Doug Stephan

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

"On PBS at, eight o'clock sometimes I feel like that's Doug, thing on FOX new. Episode of, so you think you can dance that's. At eight o'clock and NBC has what seems to be a hit? This I have only watched it, like one time but American ninja warrior seems to be a pretty big deal for NBC that's new at eight o'clock followed by new dateline NBC ABC has a new episode? Of the bachelorette we're getting down to the. Wire so there'll be? A selection very very low. Followed by new episode of proposal at ten o'clock and on, CBS a couple of new shows nine o'clock is brand new. Salvation and at ten o'clock a brand new. Elementary and don't forget shark week going to yeah I wrote that, down it is shark week that's right all week long there you go shark week where the network every there Thrills jumped into open water with all kinds of sharks last. Data, Ronda Rousey also yes. And our under they've. Got good. Celebrities this year. For I think you're jumping sharks these guys start cages Tonight Hilarious with white abyss But then show shark NATO on that this on scifi Yeah this is real eight o'clock Drew. Sharp NATO isn't true it's fake and this is why I wrote it down because you know who's going to be on monster tax night at eight. O'clock, on discovery grubbed like shrunk I forgot about that yeah Aaron Lindsey. Vonn and gronkowski will be on shark week this week I'll be happy to hear that the performance on Thursday on. The view Janine Pirro being, totally get the blank out of the studio? By by what b b has ended in the New York Times Sunday bestseller list having Ginny, Perez book number one so Janine barris said yesterday she's mega my number one who is that. Even if it looks. Like the. Same old retreaded stuff that you always read from those folks but you can thank Whoopi for making it number one and would be doesn't really care One of those things okay let's get to some sports news Jennifer, on the tour de France one of the writers was tossed for punching at competitor wow Just get mad. So Age Italian cyclist Gianni Moscone has been expelled from the two thousand. Eighteen tour de France after TV images showed him throwing a punch at illeg Esparta rider from the fortune AO Sam sec. Team What is there but what is that what's that team why maybe, another Italian team a rival team yeah race officials and team sky reviewed footage of the incident because you know all of this televised they put, it, on TV, after, the. Conclusion of Sunday stage, the tour de France commissaries use an article in the UCI regulations to come to their decision citing acts of. Violence among riders in a statement skies team principal. Dr Sir David braille suffered said Johnny is desperately disappointed in his behavior and knows that he has. Let himself the team in the race down we will address this incident with. Johnny what's tourist I just thought that. If any further action should be taken also why he punched bike pick deal I would like to offer my apologies. To both LA Gaspard and team fortune I. Sam stick for. This unacceptable incidents video footage showed Moscone churn and strike a blow. In the direction of Gaspard as the chew road in the peleton the incident happened during Sunday's stage fifty Eighteen from allow this is. A really good story guys from allow To Carcassone. Where the riders will enjoy arrest day on Monday The names story this is one of, those things that like I don't understand the tour de France. But people really love it. And I don't really get. Him it's, like golf to me I just don't, get it but people the guy that was with the singer three. And a half. Weeks long and people keep watching Lance Armstrong Lance Armstrong lost it's best to go on tour to raise your right on that Pretty sure that was from Canada You. Got cancer from riding those bikes that's those those little Testicle actually just fell. Off after that way..

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UCI Medical Center, KFI and Michael Shapiro discussed on Dark Secret Place

Dark Secret Place

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

UCI Medical Center, KFI and Michael Shapiro discussed on Dark Secret Place

"Place deep dive into the battle Britain, when we come back KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Michael Shapiro the news a hundred fifty acre fire burning in corona is now seventy five percent contain that fire reported around three in the afternoon Thursday cops in Anaheim shot a man they say appear to be hallucinating while driving. On south, west three there was a slow speed chase, for a time before the guy was shot was taken to UCI medical center, where he has died I'll private inspector says he warned, the company, offer operating duck boats in Missouri about serious design flaws less. Than a year before the accident killed seventeen people the owner, of the test drive tech inspection service. Says you, should have written report for the company in August one..

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"uci" Discussed on iMore

iMore

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on iMore

"I think that yeah i think that we will regardless of whether the sort of shape of the screen changes i definitely i am putting my my my my foot in the camp i dunno whatever it means to say that i believe that that one is very likely to happen that were that cool hardware and also as an addendum to that you know what that face ide camera might work real really real on oh yeah yeah yeah those thoughts until we've got a apple glasses i feel like i pad is our best bet for innovating a r a so i want the more the more weird cameras the better for that ipad please yes what we can do dog projector on the back of the device fantastic absolutely projector that can work with a are that i mean i would i would jump into my screen exactly i think i think it could be very cool and it's the only time that i'll ever say uci pets cameras for good yeah now we're gonna see a bunch of influences using their ipads to like snapchat and do all these other things because the back of the back camera on the ipad going to eclipse the iphone for a while if the next on that comes out ends up having this having this hardware in the back that's hilarious okay let's go ahead and move on to our next topic but before we do want to tell you all about our friends at zip recruiter so you.

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Jahi McMath, Who Doctors Declared Brain Dead 5 Years Ago Sparking Court Battle with Her Mom, Dies

Gary and Shannon

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Jahi McMath, Who Doctors Declared Brain Dead 5 Years Ago Sparking Court Battle with Her Mom, Dies

"The women says uci ignored complaints about inappropriate touching and comments uci has removed francisco al its name from the school jihai mcmath has died she's the girl at the center of the medical and religious debate over brain death the girl's mother says doctors in new jersey declared mcmath dead from excessive bleak plus after an operation to treat an intestinal issue mcmath had been in a vegetative state since late two thousand thirteen when a coroner in the bay area ruled the thirteen year old died after suffering irreversible brain damage during a tonsilectomy make matt's mom refused to accept the conclusion and move the girl to new jersey where she's been kept on life support and received care erin bender kfi news governor brown has signed a bill putting the issue of daylight saving time on the november ballot california voters will get to choose whether state lawmakers should try to make daylight saving time year round that would mean the current our ahead time would last all year and daylight with last an extra hour between november and march actually an extra an extra hour later in the day between november and march the us congress would still have to give final approval for the change traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash in west la.

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It's pressure to pit only uci and make it very specific because uci are not the employers of the writers that is done to the teams that does have to be some sort of an alliance if you like between riders teams and the market pressures under sponsors to then get a grip of teams together however big that might be to decide on minimum wage when it comes to the uci they need to be doing an in my mind the only thing that they should be focusing on right now when it comes to women cycling renegotiating their broadcast rights with the rhys owners because until they do that i mentioned this at an our live book tour gone quite good receptions i think i think not alone in thinking this but if they are being serious which they say they are and you know party is still very young and his presidency but if he is being serious about trying to promote women's cycling it is very easy to at least pay lip service to saying that you're going to start to thank about renegotiating race rights so far i haven't heard anything like that from him until he starts to do that until they uci try to have a better negotiation with them so that they are then responsible in a financial sense as well as a moral sense for the the grow the growth of the sport than that i really see what the uci going to be doing in the meantime parallel to that you you can't have the teams and we should have the teams working towards a minimum wage together but for that they have to put in place i think a whole load of little programs individual programs that are very specific to women cycling through our huge areas where women's thing can exploit their potential in a way that man cycling continous early in the route all about it and the and the ruler magazine new we don't wanna go on too much the reeler article rather but there's a lot that can be done and i think that any new positivity that we get among the sport is well placed i think it has to be worked on and it's that greasy and iris and and the sinus alliance are trying to do that it needs more people on board and more will and more financial.

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Well i want to be able to say well they was definitely wrong and that was that was definitely allowed in one of the big problems with how stories the rights and wrongs of kind of seeped together to make a rather ugly mashed we can't really difficult to separate one from another and so far we haven't got to a point where anyone is really being able to offer a definitive on definitive verdict even on the bradley wiggins situation i mean people have said to us well surely now to uci we'll go back and look this and indeed to uci president of it la party on said you know that should be opened the case and have a look and say whether any action to be taken but that completely overlooks the fact that it was a uci that granted the t you e's in the first place now they have tightened up they procedure took around lers t you as now it back in date went bradley wiggins and team sky replying for his t we's tribes in alone it was just a ucr chief medical officer mary i was only who would sign off and say yes we we not to ya that now changed so now it's three independent people who have to come to a consensus and agree before granting to you that progress has been made on that front the loophole existed in two thousand eleven twelve thirteen now longer exists for the ucla even to suggest that i could go back and look at this i think is just ludicrous it's it's just not just not going to happen what are they going to decide we got it wrong we gave permission when.

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"uci" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"uci" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"But um i i rethought it and rebuilt my perspectives to show me just certain areas of my life the areas that i wanna working and i'm getting more careful about using flagged item so you slide items for things that are kind of super important and uh as a result mine management time minami army focus has been reduced substantially but i also have a bigger risk now because uh when i was managing defer dates i was looking at every project in relation to defer dates very frequently so it would be very hard for something the fall through the cracks but now since i'm not micromanaging defer dates within individual projects i spend less time doing that but there is a is a bigger risk for me that i will miss something because i'm not managing that makes sense okay so now you have never been a big proponent do gates rank now i do dates are the devil's handy were okay so you don't you don't have any dates then on your your stuff and omni focus should not have deferred h you don't have due dates ufj except i guess on the the super and portent things you have to date things that are truly do you know april 15th pay your taxes right that's a due date um but you know uh the most people put due dates on things that aren't truly due date so the trouble with that is you open up whatever task manager using uci 100 due dates annual nor the mall and one of those is april 15th pay your taxes knee miss it because it's lost in.

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"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And he you know if that's the case if we're going to say that doping is that serious than come we really justify spending a few million euros on antidoping at the uci in the year when the biggest teams in the sport budgets of thirty million euros i mean if we if we really going to take it seriously then i think the resources that needs to be put into it have to be off thought of that order in it has to be tens of millions hundreds of million spent on antidoping every if we're going to decide that it's not important that's not going to happen though is i mean that you raise a lot of points daniel it was where you comparisons with other sports are our interests poses only cycling on and to some extent athletics two these are the sports which are viewed through a doping landless exclusively sometimes through doping lines and and defined by that know whereas she thing and other sports the since we are us a more pragmatic attitude to you know what i mean in football in the uk manchester's city are running away with the title they have an antidoping rules violation against their name don't they but nobody has certainly nobody defines that club m by that and they're manager has announced the open road violation to his name as well so in cycling not that wouldn't be sort left unsaid but in the case of of football that the club moves on on its it's something that's never really mentioned again it's just a different set of values different different standard applied in cycling to two other sports but i'm always.

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"uci" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"uci" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Uci i can watch we do a lot of things whenever we're here in studio me kobe was just doing some that amendment gun build something do your typing of uh of us a pull the ucla game up best game very near a couple of good plays and that's one of the game deserve again i saw him the flats a lot but i'm starting to learn the definition of separation a little better m there's not just in route separation there's pre route separation stuff that i'm talking about like decades haas yeah in in i like him i just think he's what 511 100 in two hundred nine eight pounds or something like that bolt up to zero abroad said about that was that he said i don't care how big there anymore can they create separation and that's fine that's fine again this this could be good thing that could mean christian kirch going to fall because a lot of gm's stiller about give me the big for yeah you know so white guys like sutton we'll go high because they're of their size plain and simple but then you get a guy like ridley who can i mean just how you that's the kind of he's like an antonio brown type reggie reggie wayne title you want to have 'cause he can separate so easily and get wide open it if if you've got a quarterback they can throw it over the quarterbacks in those spots ben roethlisberger made a career at dropping dimes for antonio brown those guys can really make a difference i i'm very interested to see what christian kirk do i just think he's a randall cobb dive right now at radl cobb has been a lot of fun a he just once he lost a step he he can courtesy he falls off a little bit so the ticket prices have come down for.

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"uci" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"uci" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Trump making moves though for the uci here it was really cool terms aaa timofey but but now says now now it's time for the eu's ucla coach steve alford to bring the hammer why think that i get suspended for like a few k was hurrying the hammer because the kids reality negotiate scared adam the i would say they got there you know i hate ahmadis yama kentucky fan big time but you know um um they got i would say they pretty much got their punishment they're good yeah because they were looking at long prison sentences of the trump says he is what they did was very unfortunate you know you're talking about period long prison sentences here scroll down certain the chinese do not play games she was terrific and they're working on and right now and hopefully everything's going to work out because otherwise we go to war with that as well i know you've heard this they're very grateful because they were told exactly what happened but it's a very very rough situation of what happened there was a qatari linda arnold schwarzenegger no idea at all billion your your through a did not do that or they're not arnold although though wasn't it wasn't wheeler that is operation man thanks field by that what what what was a a gain the kids kids that's what they're thinking their kids of fog enough should about by by the way what the fuck is a ucla while team downplaying try and is strange that they go down there and play like these weird always mentioned games nike probably some shit like yeah good swamp players in china definitely not not real euro now definitely do say they have elites how here but now there's not high ones yaoming and the governor attractive as well the tall we'll see ocean i just thought this was interesting guy from florida travis man who was born wives staying why why don't why shields filipino it's a strange racial man born wipe says he feels trail ratio now we have trends racial you're here i didn't know that say give it to him you know i see who gives me faulk yeah just slow before the race you feel philippine we all know he's not.

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