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Making Athens Neighborhoods More Evironmentally Friendly
"Let's start today's travel. With rick steves increase hosting the olympics in two thousand four forced that famously chaotic and polluted city of athens to invest in more pedestrian and eco friendly alternatives tour guides cars and pastas doris joining us. Now to look at what you can expect when you scroll the neighborhoods their city by the way we recorded this conversation before the pandemic shutdown international borders things very much. What's it like when you hear. An american. say athens used to be terrible today. It's changed big low. We are old enough to remember what you mean. Because i grew up in the nineteen ninety s where we had these serious problem with his cloud. Above athens was pollution cloud. Yeah but then a they introduce measurement which was not. All cars are allowed to enter the city center the yukon enter Based on the you and your license plates so this improves the today. Absolutely yeah and athens benefited a lot from. That's an apostolakis. There's more sensitivity for pedestrian zones. I think from syntagma square. You can walk downhill on on. What used to be a very crowded traffic street and now it's like a park weekly unification for q logical sites so he can start working starting from sedan west and you can make your way old down to get me. Cost the asking symmetry of otherness. It's beautiful walk without motorbikes. And there's this beautiful pedestrian sort of park. That goes to me almost all the way around the acropolis also the hill that the city is built around. That just seems designed for people and it's beautiful in the evening. It's beautiful in the day.
Road rage leads to gunfire, critically injuring a 14-year-old girl in San Antonio
"Last night leads to a 31 year old woman and a 14 year old girl being injured. San Antonio police captain Eric High Towers says it happened at an apartment complex on Hind Street and I 35 at around 9 32 vehicles. Apparently were involved in some type of dispute or argument. They apparently pulled off into this apartment. Complex entry. Wait. One of the vehicles, the driver of that vehicle open fire towards the other vehicle. The victims are in critical condition at local hospitals. The suspect vehicle fled on I 35 police are looking for a brand GMC Yukon. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is
NBA: Chicago Bulls at Atlanta Hawks
"Well we had a couple of our hometowns going head-to-head yesterday so let's keep it up today pseudo hometown for us. Land a region where. We're all in right now. Boasting the chicago bulls one more time. Skit trade balls in their. The hawks are favored by two and a half playing. Great ball of bolster feeling themselves as well going into atlanta.
LaVine, Vucevic lead Bulls past Raptors
"Let's move to the bad losses from last night tasks we'll go to 'cause we had cory joseph having a season high twenty four points in his first game against his former team as the shorthanded. Pistons beat the kings one. Thirteen one hundred one. And then levine. Each scored twenty two points as the bulls beat the raptors pretty handily.
Indiana in First Elite Eight With 73-70 Win Over NC State
"The women's side of things. Indiana takes out a one seed and NC state 73 70 advancing to the elite eight for the first time in school history. Other advancing winners into that sweet 16. Now on to the elite eight, It's Yukon, Baylor and
Road to... navigating collaboration, competition and gamification in social media with @thevanlife_ - burst 01
"It's supernatural reaction. Feel the way that you just described. I don't think there's anything necessarily think that's human nature just feeling this like you know you just competition as it can be as harmless and i do feel like we're we're pretty harmless when it comes to. There is a fair competition between you. I felt that. I totally agree with that already. Guys hello and welcome. You're listening to the road to thriving podcast. My name is claire. I'm your host as always guys. This is your first episode. Hello and welcome so happy to have you here. If this is a regula sit for you for the week welcome back. How are we doing today. We are tag with chris from the van life and we're chatting old things competition and collaboration. This is something that i know that i i really struggle with and i always have just been super competitive and it has been definitely to my detriment end so i looked to chris to someone who is doing this so well who is collaborating with so many different people in so many different aspects of what she does and i just wanted to sit down and have a chat with her about her kind of experience of what that looks like this episode chris shares about some of her most amazing collaborations. Show the flip side. What happens when collaborations. Don't go as planned when they don't work out as they were expected to gar- sire if you're someone who is like me who struggles with competition and he's wanting to be more collaborative Definitely tune in for this episode. Chris shares a lot of really good tips and tricks. And i definitely think i learned a lot so without further ado. Let's do this. Hello and welcome. How are you doing good. How are you So obviously like we're just having a chat today We actually just finished. Recording on your podcast. Which is kind of fun. And now we're doing it for mine so we've already been chatting for a while now but we're going to switch gears a bit but obviously you kind of know how i do. Things on this podcast. We do a bit of a quick fire. Yeah get us rolling. You're ready. i'm ready. All righty where are you from. I am from ontario canada. And where are you now who i am in rate outside of toronto cool so i am in my apartment side of city. This is my address super sitting in this type of chair torture financially. Can you change that. I travel memory. My gosh oh. I see i think going to be see. I think i am. I was really oh if so it's awful. I haven't been there in years. I was young and We had gone to visit family. I have family up there so It was just so the even the commute there because it's a super long trip from ontario changed my life. It was really beautiful. Locate tension to live my life. Nobody go it's okay. Nbc change my left to accent. Now i like seriously everyone's like you canadian length. No but i wish can. I claim it. Please this is a canadian. Giving you permission thank you. I'm just going to put it on my possible. I'm sure it's not a legal issue or anything already. City oh mountains. Oh months amazing. Top bucket lists destination right now. Here he would one hundred percents. Say that i wanna go to banff and i do But i actually really want to go to the yukon. I'm places in. Yeah i'm picking places in. I in canada but i also really want to go to oregon in utah and just listing all my place either. Tom com income. Like one reason. You'd want to go to oregon this kind of cool human. Who lives there. It's so many really beautiful places. I just want to check out so but oregon is like stunning. There's so many people in the community they're like. Why are you guys all there and not hanging out with me. I don't understand so is the reason that they're all there so a little bit. Yeah yeah and what happened yesterday. I think i might have my mother. She's booker flight with the same time. Like right now. Yeah right okay. Do you have a book that you're
Is Paige Bueckers UConn's Next Superstar?
"Charlotte first off for anyone who hasn't seen her in action. Can you describe page bekker's game on the court. It's really fun to watch her. High school code actually used to call her own well because she was so skinny shitting bekker's not only does she have a great shy but she's this incredible passer where you never know when going to go deckers visa wide open nelson the perfect pass chris. Daly associate coach at uconn was just comparing her game to sue bird based on her jumper. Just because it's so automatic whenever she shoots seeing the students go in sports and it's really cool to watch her just worked well page. Bekker's came to yukon as the number one recruit in the country. So she was obviously very well known when the season began. But to you charlotte. When did she really announce herself on the national stage. I think our national out already was probably the south carolina game and the tip off. In here we go number one versus number. Two of the tent goes to uconn in the home whites this crazy national showdown one versus to close game. The whole time be defended his by fifty four solid defense. Better offense paid record straight up. A pool and page comes out and then leads them into overtime where she hits this insane. Three pointer legend grow from here. Legend grow from here and she leads them to a win on. You can't spend your number one
Maryland basketball defeats UConn, 63-54, advances in NCAA Tournament
"The Maryland Terrapins, the 10 seed in the East region, defeated seven seed Yukon 63 to 54. Erica Yellow lead the Terps with 23 points. The junior guard speaking postgame bonuses games. We definitely wanna, you know, play Maryland basketball. Um, you know, coasters and emphasize that a lot this year just Uhh. You're not really wearing about so much the other team. You know, we do. Scott reports we prepare, you know, but it's really about being the best Maryland team We could be. You know, we locked in defensively, We're moving the ball. No offense, you know, get a good shot for the team. You know things will work well for us. Maryland will take on Alabama and second round action
Katie Barnes on College Basketball BFFs Jalen Suggs and Paige Bueckers
"Katie. Is to have you back on the show. Thanks for having me so. I'm talking to you because you have the story of the kind of blew my mind and i say that because if there's one player in the men's college basketball tournament i would advise people to know about it would be jalen suggs. These star of the number one overall seed gonzaga bulldogs. He's a freshman. They open their tournament. Tomorrow heavily favored. He's going to be the face of this whole thing in the women's tournament the one name i'd advise people to know about would be page. Bekker's their star freshman the star of the yukon. Huskies who are also a one c and opening their tournament. Sunday against high point. They are the two faces of the game right now. They will be the two faces of the month of march. And what. I didn't know until i read your story. Katie is that they grew up twenty miles away from each other in minnesota and they've been friends since elementary school. How did you discover that page. Bekker's jalen subs. Were this close. I had pursued a tip from my editor. That was a video of the two of them playing rock paper scissors when they were seniors in high school. I had written about page before. So i just asked her. It was like. Are you actually friends with jalen suggs. And she said that she was shocking that to kids from the midwest who live pretty close to each other who both played basketball of course they would know each other. Of course they would be friendly. That wasn't surprising. But as i reported the story and i found out just how deep these routes go that to me was. What made this really special. Yeah you came into the story. I know having reported a lot about page. Bekker's you got to know jalen suggs. It sounds like in the course of doing this along with family members of each of them. How difficult was it to get everybody on the record to talk to you about the specific relationship. Everyone was really excited to talk about this relationship. These two are really good friends. Their families our friends. You're the parents want to celebrate the other one so everybody was really pumped to talk to me
No. 17 Creighton tops UConn to reach Big East finals
"Big East semifinals. Creighton tops Yukon 59 to 56. They'll play Georgetown in the championship game, Patrick Ewing and the Hoyas beat Seton Hall 66. The 58 the S E. C quarterfinals. Alabama blows out Mississippi State 85 48 Arkansas over Missouri. 72 64 in the A. C. It was Houston beating two lane in the quarterfinal. 77 52 Pac 12 semi finals Just gone Final Colorado a 70 to 70 win Over USC
UConn Coach Dan Hurley on the Huskies' March Magic
"Here with head coach of the yukon. Huskies mr dan hurley. You count will be the number three seed in the big east tournament starting this week and coach. I just want to start there. This was obviously far from a normal season. This was you know. Maybe this isn't the you didn't get the greatest perspective on it but putting that aside can you speak to now that we have the the regular season in the rear view the big east tournament. Coming up what. This is matt to the university of connecticut for the huskies. Be back in the big east. You're a big guy. You kind of understand the importance. What what what what. What has been the feeling around stores this season with the huskies. Huskies back into your level excitement. This time of year yukon yukon. Huskies in both men's and women's basketball like synonymous with With success in march in cut a magic in march the big east tournament in the ncaa tournament You'll obviously yukon is a huge brand with some of the you know some of the best fans in in most passionate fans country your college basketball in march basketball biggie. Fastballs better when you've a healthy uconn
3 Reasons Why Big East is the Most Intriguing Basketball Tournament
"Is my real opinion. I think the big east tournament is the most intriguing one for for this reason. There's a handful of reason number. One villanova has no point guard now. Justin moore ankle the kospi's we just found out that justin. Moore's not going to be playing in this thing Twenty seven points per game between those two now. I mean the game from villanova as we know in the new iterations of the biggies has been dominant. They win the regular season. Big east tournament right over there still time and here still good enough to win at eight. So let's not get ahead of ourselves and count them out yet but it makes it a lot more interesting because it's like. Oh what house villanova congress because your best player yes. He's not playing. Yeah what what are the what's going to happen. They're seen hall saint john's. I'm looking at this game on thursday. That is like a. I don't know if it's a plan but it's play out for sure. Whoever loses that game doesn't that's intriguing creighton. The greg mcdermott situation. I hear you say loser leaves town man. That was really the we we know the greg mcdermott's situation they got bruin there but like they're they're they're working through. Whatever that is like xavier saver that is on the bubble. They'll they might be playing crates and crates trying to get some mo jo bags and butler had that one game against villanova where they realized life and then and then we get to the bottom of the bracket with yukon you. Let's be honest. Your own has slowly turned into the favorites and again this is not a companyman move. I know we have coach. Dan hurley on the show today but uconn in the you know the majority of the country it feels like they don't know who to look to to college basketball and therefore defacto we go to uconn right here. We are back in the big east for the first year. Back in madison square garden in the big eastern star seem to be a line if you're yukon though bula there
Virginia beats Louisville to clinch ACC regular-season championship
"A men's basketball team defeated Louisville, 68 to 58. Virginia, clenching its third A C C regular season championship in the past four years with the victory Sam Houser scoring a season high 24 points. U V eight now heads to Greensboro next week as the A C C tournaments top seed. Number six West Virginia falling short against number 17 Oklahoma State Georgetown got worked by Yukon and Conference tournament play You NBC and Towson. Both taking L's Army dominated American loyal of Beat Navy, So it'll be the Black Knights against the greyhounds in the semifinals of the Patriot League tournament. On the
What's it Like to Run a Successful Cyber Security Company?
"You know since we have this opportunity of of being to leaders of cybersecurity companies. When are we digging a little bit and talk about what that experience is like. What the day to day is like of running successful cybersecurity companies christopher. Why don't we start with you. Good question so i think about it. Sort of you got to have sort of balance your time First of all start with your customers or your clients. You know you gotta make sure the in you know the the thing when you run a company is that. There's so many things that people try to make you do so. You have to be vehemently focused on. Stay focused on customers trying to understand the problems they want to solve. You know figure out how you can do. Clever things without I'm a technical. Co deep by background. So i tend to try to think fair fairmont and spend time in our product stuff you know. How can we actually shape this. You know to to sold for for the customer problems and then making sure that you have the right people on board which means that you involved in recruiting and all kinds of different things. That are whether it's sort of very short-term get south sally or bob were lisa onto the team or you think about the long-term two three four five years. How do we make sure that we get great. People on board make sure that those can develop themselves in great ways inside the company. And just make sure that you have a great team so if you spend time on those three areas. I think you do pretty well. A lot of people tend to be focused on fundraising and all kinds of other weird things that i think. Sort of come for free. If you do what i just talked about sort of And and so customers and sort of product and technology being real clever about that and your people and then then things will work out great. I agree with what christopher said. But i would also say are being. I built a number of businesses in my career and in cybersecurity. While what i find intriguing is that we are all trying to make turn trying to turn bad news into good news Security is dealing with problems dealing with risks dealing with nasty things dealing with things. You wouldn't want to deal with dealing with things where people have made mistakes. So there's a lot of sort of cleaning up and dirt and bad stuff there but but for the business to work we have to turn it around and show the benefit of it and a customer sees so or anybody else in the security business. They don't want to be the one saying no in their company. They want to be a business enabler. So so it's meant thuillier demanding question how to turn all that bad stuff into good news for business and to me. That's that's an intriguing challenge with any cyber security business. Does that resonate with christopher. No i think so. It is very interesting and you know. In general running companies general running startups. I always like to say that people say they try to say that this startup stuff is sort of has good and bad days. And i'm like no you know it really. It has twenty nine bad days but it is just sat. One one day out of the thirty. That really awesome. That makes up for the twenty nine so you sort of generally in startup land live of pretty up and down and lots of downside of days and then you overly that to to morton's point the idea that you you frankly are dealing with you know potential bad constantly and it's it can be taxing and i'm fine with that. I'm sort of more than as a super strong guy. So he can sort of deal with that but you gotta make sure that your team can deal with that in a decent way and you know through the last year when you put sort of covert on top of. This is certainly hasn't been really easy. So i think it's a great point. Yeah there. is this a picture circulating social mediums cybersecurity people with this dog or cat sitting in a burning house and the their flames all over and then the animal says it's all right or it's good and it's it's yeah. This is fine exactly. It's so much the the reality that we have to deal with burning fires all the time and yet we have to maintain our calm and balance and composure. And and see the the good news in it. So that's that's what makes cybersecurity excites i think. What would you know. What's interesting is that. I think about our business being intelligence and our our job is to make sure that a c. So or other decision makers get the best information flow there can ever be. And what you're doing by sort of crowdsourcing vulnerabilities these ethical hackers sort of similar. You create a fantastic information flow in decision making sort of flow to to the sea so and and other people on the climb client side of things and you're right when you get that information flow. It's not unlike somebody who works in whether it's a you meant intelligence organization or organization. Whatever it is. It's sort of like you face having bad news coming out you potential bad news coming out you at high pace and if you start if you operate it away where you panic on that and yukon you just can't you know there's and i think that's sort of as leaders. Our job is to sort of take this. This sort of flow information. It just make sure that turned turns it into something good and i like that. I'm starting to think about product changes that we need to do to to think about that. That's very powerful. Yeah i tell our customers. Sometimes that somebody will break into your system and please let it be us and because when we do it we will actually help you fix it by. There are many other other people and groups and at not who will just break into stealing formation or disrupt operation or change change what goes into drinking water or something like that
Portugal's Art and Architecture
"Let's start today's travel with rick. Steves in portugal. The architecture and the art of portugal to tell the story of that small country squeezed between spain and the atlantic ocean. You can wander through museums classical and romantic paintings to styles with the largest impact on portuguese painters or you can take in the beautiful. Blue azoulay zhou tiles. That ornament many of portugal's buildings to learn more about portugal's art and architecture. We're joined in our studio by two portuguese guides. Christina duarte and refco christina and raphael. Thanks for joining us. Average abuse here. Rick christina so often to understand the art of a country you need to understand its economy. There's money behind the art. How does money shape the art in the architecture of patrols. When you have money you want be surrounded by beautiful. Things actually is universal. Everybody wants to be surrounded by beautiful things. The thing is that you don't afford it many times and when you afford them you have them in portugal much money then because they have great art from five hundred years ago yes well. It is a combination of two major. Factors the fifteen hundreds with the discovery. Spirit that allowed us to have for the first time money enough for our trade with many places in the world so automatically the royalty had many the nobility had money and the church have many and the coincidence is that your have money and you have also religion behind it so which. She's being major catholic. Contrary in thinking that you want to give your best and you'll beauty to your your glorify gone exactly to glorify god so They were two kinds of ways of spending that money in art. Which was the private and that will be for palaces that nobody will see and to god in churches and i consider that public art so review. All you have this money coming in from the trade in fact the churches were actually nicknamed spice churches. How how does the space tie into the building of churches. Well when portugal arrived to places like india and china and we started to bring all of these new products. Back to portugal. They revolutionized portugal they revolutionized our economy and from there on the society started to change and that is one of the interesting aspect of art is that it reflects the other dimensions of society. So the spices. There were They were a major factor. For example the jeronimos monastery that began to be built precisely with the money that came from the spices. Which bases were these that were so valuable. So you had Pepper you had cinema And many others in christina. Why would people spend so much money for pepper and cinnamon app to preserve no sleaze to preserve refrigeration also to Pigments of any kind for linen. Or tying dying yes. it was something exotic. It was different. People never seen it before. So imagine the first time you are smelling coffee or you're tasting pepper or you're smelling cinema. Imagine the impact that you had imagined how it sparked your imagination so the wealthy people would want this. It would be titillating for them now. You mentioned the monastery at toronto's same just outside of lisbon b. l. e. m. I believe that was men. Welland style architecture. What is men whalen. What we're does that word come from so The men willing style is named after our kingman. Well actually the name was given only in the nineteenth century during the romantic period but kingman while he was one of the most important kings during our age of exploration so he ruled from the time of columbus until fifteen twenty began to rule in fourteen ninety five until the fifteen twenty s in the nineteenth century. They figured out that. We had a several monuments throughout portugal. That shared the same characteristics. So what are the characteristics. If you look at the front of a church what will you see and you go. Oh that's men welland from fifteen twenty so the manor line is late gothic style so you have the basic structure of the gothic and then over that basic structure of the gothic. You have a very specific declaration. You have for example. Maritime mothes you have the strong. Heraldic of manuel specially to miller rece- fear so that the coat of arms of the royal family and then themes from the sea because the money came from the see exactly like the rope the rope a rope with an art. He's a very very important symbol of maryland.
interview With Caleb Azumah Nelson
"Kayla. Thanks so much for joining me. I know that you have huge demands on your time because your book has just exploded. Hasn't it yeah. I've been kind of astounded by iolanthe disapora in jeopardy seeing everywhere. I think it's you know. I was a little bit worried about coming out in the lockdown and it just i haven't had to have that worry at the moment it just feels like the supposed be really overwhelming and really. I'm really grateful now. I introduced you as a photographer and writer d. You now think that that's switched. Are you a writer. Perhaps with the bisa photography feel like. I've always been a writer. I and i think photography is has been another medium in which i can communicate and express like i've been writing since i can remember likelihood you're like four or five years old scribbler. Like really terrible. Shoot stories have l-. I think the the medium of photography really allows a visual element to come into my work and very much comes through in this book open water. There's a lot about you feel the sort of the poetry the visual the creativity. I mean those are major themes aren't they about about creativity. I think the the the starting point or for any saw them. Artistic expression is feeling and emotion. And then it's working is working from that once have the feeding emotion. I'm trying to express define the best medium for in this case. It was writing but the but the writing contained these elements. Are these references to music can to to visual artists than film which took the narrative elsewhere afforded a different dimension. I i. I would have been possible if i just like kind of ryan straight pros and of course if the two characters one is a dancer. One is a photographer like you. That will so you to kind of explore all of those teams much more than living it. Yeah there's i guess there's a I guess everyone has their that. Point is expression even if is like a professional level epic. Everyone is has something that they do to express themselves in. It was important for me to to have the these law autistic expressions index the title itself. Open water for me. It feels like you're talking about freedom there but you will set talking about the dangers that can lurk in a water. Yeah it some there. Was this idea of justice. Like real ruled in almost infinite freedom. You know when you you'll standing on a beach yukon see where who had the see and like the that kind of idea but not knowing what does look like what. Dangers are present in our in our every day. I think it was important for me to have these Protagonists to have. Like the kind of fullness wholeness like range in which they good light just be in. Just have this freedom by. I wanted to comment on what happens when you find that. Freedom interrupted without giving any of the plus away at this point. Yeah a lot of this is told through dialogue. Which i know is fiendishly difficult to achieve and then at one point you sort of depart from the traditional writing style the whole kind of you say she says tell me about that. Change of structure the About giving too much away the bat point in the story. The narrative has been a bill and bill bill and then reached this kind of the apex this peak in which the image i had to switch the structure slightly so that it was hughley the protagonist kind of like spilling in a way like it was. It's like feeling a competent. And the woods at that point had just spilled over and that's what began to emerge and not not lots of the narrative using the this second person who almost away fruit was really important for me to create this kind of very intimate as very intimate narrative in which the reader can beat by the burford. An audience member nossa the protagonists themselves at an. Did you write it like that from the start or were you fiddling about with with that structure. That was really attention from the beginning. I think i'm always wondering a novel could be like. I'm always astounded by different nobles. Come across the us. Full more structured as a narrative device that this would only serve to push an artist the book has described as absolutely nailing the black experience the london black experience when you were growing up with their books for you that spoke to that or are we only now. Seeing the emergence of of works that will speak to the next generation. Yeah i think when i was when i was growing up his voracious reader like i would just read anything i can get my hands on but there were specific which was speaking to that black british experience. Like our say. The mallory blackman might really An kind of like primary and early teen years and then later on as eighty smith but it was a real struggle to to kind of find tips. The the like i instantly recognized i could. I could understand kind of relate to to various fictional works especially from the over. The pond said like james baldwin and tony morrison writes slide. Those are really integral to save my reading and writing growing up the yet only the kind of feels like now. There's a slight pushing the direction in which the narratives that haven't been beginning to be by fitness way to
Paige Bueckers Dominates at UConn
"China's great to have you back on the show. It is always wonderful to be with you. Pablo thanks for having me. China robinson hosts the around the rim podcast and serves as a basketball analyst and calls games for espn. So you are an busy person. The china you just came off calling a game like minutes ago. Described to me what your life is like in this new kind of era of broadcasting. How's it going pablo. I can pretty much that up about three words in the house. That is where. I spend a majority of my time these days. I'm in the house calling games watching film and that's pretty much my wife right now. I come to you the china from a bunk bed inside an airbnb. So i feel all of your pain and i wanna get into women's basketball with the of course and we'll get to the professionals and a little bit but i want to start by asking you about the really the single biggest name that's been dominating the college game pretty much all year as a freshman and that is page bekker's with percents. How would you begin to describe page. Bekker's for someone who's unfamiliar with what she's been up to it yukon Well pablo the word coming out of stores was that page. Bekker's was going to be the next coming of breanna stewart or diana taurasi right. So that's high praise no pressure. Yeah none at all. She was a number one. Overall recruit in the twenty twenty class and her rival in college. Basketball was highly anticipated list. Three beckham's with the rebound put first seconds of her client career where we were literally salivating and watching her highlights from high school wondering if she would be the player to finally get connecticut back to winning championships since keep in mind. They lost in the final. Four in the last three tournaments. Pretty much ever. Since breanna stewart left well pays bekker's is not only a great player. She has six hundred forty nine thousand instagram followers. More uconn legend sue bird by the way when she became the first player in uconn history with three straight thirty point gains. We knew something special was happening and she really hasn't disappointed. I mean her perfect field. Go performance the last five minutes versus number one south carolina that was quite the epic performance bekker's from around the screen and set the stage for what we've been seeing from page so game and her style of play. How would you characterize it. What's made her so dominant as just a freshman making a debut. This impressive at five eleven paid really makes the game easier for everyone else on the court well except her opponents of course.
SEO Strategy for LinkedIn with Anatolii Ulitovskyi
"You are a very popular lincoln. Follow follow of yours. I love your content. Find it very engaging in very useful when we talk about your strategy. What's interesting to me as you are an seo practitioner but most of your audience is not finding you through google in russia. Gandak the finding you through a social media platform so talk to me about why you decided that focusing on linked in was a good strategy to promote seo services instead of relying on seo. Oh by the way. It's a good question. You know eddie member How might need is slow. Says a splint. Promoted my russian content and the catholic will build a blog the oath of the resources to promote or rationally geno and we decided to do jumpy english direction. And it's a little bit sources and many if you promote on google eat. It takes a lot of diamond resources. And i decided to suicide or other directions. Only june one ear them because today on link with combat medium people use your and only if you meet all of them concern and they formed the app grief. Come down the this award and failed and you say decided to throw him many guys forcible. You know it's to offer. Just go to google search on linked june guides ira hundred. It goals bolton. Jim anna. Don't don't for me because it's better to test a lot. Different approaches to in sometime got some bullying and i use the strategy today and welsh to continue dissuade. The thing that sticks out to me about what you're saying is that when you were expanding to a new market you the realization that it was gonna take a lot of resources and a lot of time to not only publish content but to get it to rank and i think that's one of the important things that great. Seo's realized that seo is not necessarily a strategy that you can build overnight. There is value to other marketing channels social media. Marketing performance marketing. That has a quicker return and you in a hurry to start building your audience so you focused on linked in. Let's talk a little bit about what you've learned on the linked in platform most of the time when we talk about seo we are talking about optimizing our content so google ranks it but in reality great seo actually happens across multiple channels. You've optimized your content for resonance on the linked in algorithm. What have you published. What did you learn. What helps you grow. Your linked in following so quickly i think consistency and this article. That sad formation did you need to post bond die. Maybe it doesn't regularly deal. You need to boost maximum opposable and for example east lifetime. a composer. Don't times a day. If i give them all. This time i suppose three five dimes out. Yup i don't know what works. Because when i just the different approaches i saw that if something does for others it doesn't look for me and i decided stool meeks formats do lately for the length of my content record digital content. You'll slim jim groups and many other places heading can sound michael down and i formed debt. It's wet to look because you don't some genetic map votes yukon. Give dhec some of these. You just awoke. You can find sunken that those you and independence on your concerts uncle. When they started from scratch. I have more followers after diaz. I used all the data information and techniques and if i go this way i never get full win but when i decided to use different approaches and engaged other example if i owned some influence of sports like guy were deniro been son i can get conduct legs and a little almond send. People come to my account and full me yuppie just this a lot now if you will not be revealed today. It's bet that a dual on the license but if you have more volume it's better to engage content and my tip. Number one is tacoma. To vote is but will follow a look influences in your nearest and submit almost individuals our after bush content. And don't write like thank you. It's a great and they said it doesn't work is but the to find assumption share. Bail your aunt extent some information and insights discontent and it helps.
"yukon" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"We have such a gratitude filled and empowering talk. Kuwaiti automatic is an indigenous woman and leader the yukon first nations regional chief. Her culture is match. Lineal a matriarch easy in her talk from ted women twenty twenty she shares how important it is for women to be in every place and space to make decisions and what she has learned about being a great leader. Ted talks daily is brought to you by wells fargo together we can push the boundaries of what's possible. Let's ignite innovative thinking. Diverse perspectives and passionate teamwork. Watch now at wellsfargo dot com slash ted. She i aki chea would be don j clooney adamec way hot audio hot. Do cheesecake clegg. Asiya i saw gonna cheese to on quick gonna cheese quinlan yukon. Hello my name is clear automatic. And i am from the duck lady killer whale clan. Mike lincoln name is august. And it's so important to acknowledge play. Ke- our grandparents. I'm joining you. From the traditional territory of the kwan. Linden and two on first nations in the yukon territory. Gonna cheese thank you. I shared a little bit about myself. In my traditional languages of southern. Tony and clinton i continue to learn who we are as you. Conversations people where people that deeply value honor and respect the roles of women. We always have matrimonial culture and so traditionally are matriarchs would often guide indirect the speakers of the people otherwise known as the chiefs this important role of forging trade relationships forging marriage alliances and ensuring that all of the business that needed to take place in the community was happening was all guided and directed by matriarchs. I definitely continue to see the ways in which we lead here in the yukon not quite being aligned nationally. Would i me by that well to be clear. Misogyny and patriarchy are definitely not reflective of who we are as you conference nations or of traditional structures and the ways in which we respect women decision making and so i saw these gaps and felt. We need to have more women at the table. We need to have different generations at the table. And so this is where. I had to get a bet all normal. I had to really look to myself to say if not me. then who. And so i submitted my name to become the yukon regional chief knowing that i come from a strong people that continues to value and uphold women and knowing that the voice that i would bring would be a voice that will be supported by my region but furthermore knowing that in every an any place where decisions are being made for women or those who identify how important it is that women are in every place and space to be part of those decisions and so i gave myself permission to put my name forward and to know that yes i can serve that yes. This was the best way for me to take action and to know that my voice needed to be heard in the same way that other male voices were heard from across this country. There aren't any prerequisites to being a leader. It's not about having a title or being a specific role. Leadership is about showing up as you are being authentic leading from a place of values and principles and leading from that place and staying true to yourself and so some might say. Well you're elected position. What do you mean yes. I hear you. There's some irony in bologna explain. Contribution is the most important thing for me. Joining an executive of predominantly men creating space in my office where other indigenous women could learn and lead. It was all about creating that space and by celebrating and acknowledging and contributing. There's a story that dates back to over ten thousand years ago and the way that the story was shared with me. Is this the killer whale people. The dukla weighty came to this insurmountable huge glacier. They were traveling to make it back to their traditional homelands and so they came to this glacier and they didn't know where they were going to go where they going to try to climb and go above where they're going to try to follow it and see how far long it went. It was the matriarch set said. We'll go we see a small opening there and so we're going to go and we're gonna try to go through it. They didn't know if they would survive. They didn't know if they'd make it through but they were fearless. And that is who we are. We are fearless. Because we understand the power of reciprocity. We understand that it's important to leave things a better state and place them when we found them. We understand that. The importance of connecting to the land and expressing gratitude is truly what grounds us and gives us the power and the ability was we have to lead. Think of when you're walking by the water for example take a moment of gratitude to thank the water for all that gives you to thank the land for giving you everything you need. It's always about making sure that you're leaving things in a better place in space than when you found them it's about contribution all of us as women have been through so much and so this is about us finding ways to be supportive of each other. It's about always making sure that we're making that contribution and investment in the future generations that is about reciprocity. There's so much that we can share with the world and at the world can learn from us as women. These are the challenges that we have for this future generation and these are the challenges that we need to accept together. We need to give ourselves permission to step in to our own power. We need to give ourselves a permission to connect to express gratitude to the land and we need to give ourselves permission to take care of ourselves. Because if we're not being taken care of then how are we going to contribute to everybody else gonna cheese. Thank you ted. Talks daily is hosted by me. Elise hugh and produced by ted. The music is from allison. Leyton brown and our mixer is christopher phasing bogan. We record the toxic ted events. We host or from ted ex events which are organized independently by volunteers. All over the world. And we'd love to hear from you. Leave us a review on apple podcasts. Or email us at podcasts. At ted dot.
"yukon" Discussed on The Current
"What are you most concerned about when it comes to say you're on the edge of your seat so so look. Give me a sense of that anticipation. What are you most worried about. At the end of the day. I could not imagine losing the elders in our community or some of the elders in our community We have a higher per capita ratio of elderly in our community and as a first nation is moving towards modern times and looking at our traditional values as well or elders are really key in this modernisation in this real guidance for our next generations. And i mean they're living history books with what they have seen and witnessed and what they know about the land. Losing one elder in our community is like losing a library on botany culture and I feel like all of our measures at the end of the day. Of course it's to protect the community but especially our elders. Their knowledge needs to get to our youth and therefore our elders and youth together are our greatest resources a first nation if those symptoms were to turn into a case of covid nineteen. How difficult would that be to contain again in a small community in an intimate community. The onset of it would be difficult in the sense that i the very early stages of it i think. What's incredible however is although we may be on the edges overseas and you know should some positive symptoms come up. The truth is is that we have a lot of incredible people in the yukon and experts. Who are ready on the sidelines. Should there be the trigger. A positive kobe case in the community. And i think that's been one of the yukon's greatest assets to this point is not only are remote s and therefore old crow that remoteness can serve to hinder us. Should there be a robust presence of the cold virus. But it all boils down to people keeping physical distancing and just really respecting the power of this virus and potential chief. I wish you the best of luck and hope things go well in your community. Thanks for speaking with us must see chilled cakewalk. Bellina qua- dana teasha. Tram is the chief of the vintage which first nation dr brendan. Hanley is the chief medical officer of health for yukon. He's been listening in dr good morning to you. Good morning chief. Says that he is community are sitting on the edge of their seats. Is that how you're feeling. I feel in some ways we've been sitting on the edges of i see spoiler for quite a while for quite a few months because as someone said to me the other day. You never quite know what you're going to wake up to. The chief talked about the benefit of being a remote community. But also some of the concerns that could raise How difficult is it to keep this virus out of small communities like hold crow. We've been working with communities from from the very beginning because we do. We do recognize them. As as areas of risk and of course old crow is particularly is unique yukon. Because it's the only community in your cholesterol connected by road so we are concerned that the same time i feel. We're really well prepared..
"yukon" Discussed on Motor1.com Podcast
"Hello I'm John. NEFF global editor in chief of motor one and welcome to motor one this week. The weekly podcast from motor one. We're going to go over. Some of the the most significant coolest stories of the week and joining me today is senior editor Jeff Peres. How're you doing Jeff? Good John How are you great. Thanks and like we had had last week writer Christopher Smith. How're you doing Chris doing good? What's up my motoring friends not much? Now I'M GONNA turn to you for the first story because you've been following all of the Corvette News. That's been coming our way as well as the five hundred news so we talked about both cars little last week but in the last seven days more news stories. So what's the first word on the quarterback that happened this past week. The first word on the corvette is three million. And that's a big word. That's well it's a small word actually actually but it's a lot of coin. That's three million dollars. That was the auction price for the two thousand. Twenty Corvette Stingray Vin zero zero one. That is the I production car technically. They haven't built it yet. The car that was at Barrett Jackson is just a You know it's one of the earlier models and yeah three million dollars huge money obviously for the corvettes You know it's the first mid engined corvette ever. It's honestly all bets were. We're office to what it might bring. Just because I mean this is this is like over fifty years in the making right and of course it went to Rick Hendrick You know big. Gm Motor Sports Guy. Nascar Guy I think. He has quite a few bear Jackson fines in his collection. And of course it all went to charity so you know I was wondering if for her for wealthy guy like that usually when they're at Barrett Jackson and they're buying cars. The cars are investments right. They're looking at it as a gun appreciate am I gonNa make money on it with one this this. It's gotta be part. You know. This is just a good way to give charity and part it's an investment but I wonder if I if this I see eight corvette is really gonNA appreciate over three million dollars over time like three million dollars a hell of a lot of money. I mean yeah if he keeps it for like ninety years and it shows up in a barn somewhere. uh-huh sure it'll be more than three million dollars don't so the the takeaway here is don't store it in an ice garage like stick it in your barn. Don't put a cover on it. That's how appreciate appreciate the best way the best way to appreciate a car but let me let me give an example of another car. That went for a similar price separate Jackson which was the original bullet Mustang that also sold for. I think it was two point. Seven million before the fees are factored in that was the the One of the original cars that was used to shoot the movie bullet and was in a barn. For a long time and resurfaced not even restored and it sold for two point seven million so all these cards are gone for huge money. But Man I this one I. I don't know if I like I said if I'm a wealthy guy like Rick Hendrick. I don't know what's my motivation to help. People people purely or to invest in something or both and I wonder does he get a tax write off for the whole thing since it goes to charity. That that's a pretty sweet we deal. I mean you're talking about charity and and just to back up really quick. The bullet was actually mecum. Oh that's right weeks earlier and it was. It was three point. Point four MIL. After before the fees we generally like to quote non including the fees because different auction places. I mean they can have different commissions and whatnot but yeah you're right. I mean similar money and a lot of people. Were questioning that as well. It's like is that really an investment. I mean will people all twenty thirty years from now that maybe never even heard of the movie. Just be like what is this old Green Mustang. You know and I want that one to me is kind of dumb. The bullet one like that movie is already sort of outdated. Oh yeah well it's very outdated but then it just move into the realm of classic classic movie. Well I mean when you people that are in the Mustang world and that muscle that sixties muscle car car world. They're the ones that are into it. And that's where a lot of the question comes from. Will there still be enough of those people around in your money. Your thirty years to even care about this in a high water mark I think for the prices of classic American cars like Muscle cars. I think think you're absolutely right. And you know whether the C eight whether that'll be worth more than three million. I mean it's it's so hard to say we don't this is is new ground for Chevrolet. This is new ground for the corvette. It's isn't just a new generation. It's a completely revamped car with the engine behind you so if if I think the next the next five or ten years will really tell the tale if the car turns out to be a real stinker. Nobody's GonNa Care Dr who has the first one but if they sell they sell so many of them that they're not kind of exclusive and and they don't hold their prices as well. I think that happened with some of the some of the other quarterbacks like this sixes and C. Fives you can get for dirt cheap. And they're great. They're Great Bang for the bucks. I don't know if that will happen with the c the eight just because it's kind of moved from the realm of sports car kind of supercars so yeah we'll we'll have to wait and see it was a it was a good price. I'm glad it all went went to charity. That's always good news and we'll probably have a big piece of corvette news to share every week at this right. That's how it seems seems things are going. The speaking of American cars and cars we talked about last week there's another great video the GT five. Hundred was released this week wanting to tell us about that to Chris I've been following. Gt five hundred as well and an edmonds. Did it a neat lineup. That everybody's been waiting for since the GT five hundred finally returned. Okay it's Detroit's big hitters. It's it's the Dodge challenger Hell cat the seven hundred ninety seven horsepower. Red Eye not the not the regular healthcare but the big one Against the Chevy Camaro marrow zeal one and the GD these are the top dogs for Ford for GM for Dodge and Mustang wins. It's but it's not that simple because you're talking about once again. An unprovoked surface. They're just out on on on a big stretcher role. What it wasn't a runway because it had it had like lane markers so yeah I don't know what road they were using but yeah it wasn't a drag strip so it was kind of like a on prep road of untapped road closed conditions? Of course I mean they're not they're not out street in these guys. Want to be clear on that but I mean they they lined up several times and GT five hundred somewhat. Surprisingly I think for a lot of people One each contest and won it quite handily and it kind of goes back back to the whole you can have your stats on paper. That doesn't necessarily translate to the real world and and in fact the Camaro was even very competitive with the Challenger and I know it's probably going to hurt some even though the stores. The camera was down on horsepower to both of them right right and and you know let's go to hurt some of the some of the private for some dodge guys but once again you're talking about a car that really is designed to launch hardheaded had a drag strip with the Challenger and it doesn't always translate to real world that's not saying that the challenger is like a slow boat anchored by the fast and and in some of these races the Challenger got out of the whole quicker than everybody else which is actually pretty surprising. Considering they're they're trying to get that much power down some of the issue according to the video was that. Hey you know once things are rolling okay. Now they're really trying to make use of all that seven hundred ninety seven horsepower. The car is still spinning. Its tires one hundred miles an hour. Wow No so I mean the five hundred I think I think this is showing. Gt Eighty five. Hundred is just really able to get its power to the ground. A little bit better. I think you know when I look at those three cars. I look at the Camaro and the five hundred as cars who were very thoroughly designed to take advantage of all of their power and every other component of the cars well together gather with the Challenger as as we've noted before it's dodge just doing the best with what it's got that's an ancient car and they're putting the these monster monster motors in it as more of a marketing thing and to build an image so I'm not surprised at the Challenger get gets beat by the five hundred even though it has more horsepower And I even though the the Camaro lost the race as I'm impressed it did as well as it did I just like seeing it man to have to have three three American American muscle cars with that much horsepower drag racing side by side by side Super Super Cool to watch well. It's interesting I was. I would say that the challenges obviously built for straight lines right. That's always been its purpose. two zero one Camaros kind of more retract car than both of them. I think But then the Showbiz like right in the middle so the shelby super good on the track but they also really emphasized like quarter Mile Times. Yeah so oh. It's not totally shocking. To me that the shelby one because that thing is stupid quick in a straight line and I gotTa Give Ford Credit you know has the as we were leading up to the You know the first drives for the five hundred finally getting seat time Ford was saying. Hey We've designed this car to outrun the challenge of the drag strip out handle Camaro on the track. We still haven't really seen well. I take that back we have seen some. Gt five hundred track performance against the Porsche nine eleven gt three. I gotTa Give Ford Credit. It seems like the car does exactly what they were saying. It's going to do it. Yeah it's it's much it does both well it does both straight-line speed and ah I think while it's not as good in the corners as like the Porsche nine eleven you just referenced it holds its own it holds its own well enough to keep up and that's go all around. I think it's all around a better car than either. The CAMARO were the challenger. I think you guys give the Challenger too much credit when you say it was designed for straight line speed though. I don't think it was designed designed for anything. I think that is riding on on just really good product planning right now. And they're just shoving bolts and parts bolting parts to it and bigger motor like whatever they can and to get them out the door and they're fun but I don't think they're they don't have engineers pouring over how well. Maybe maybe they do. I but there's a lot of engineering genera that went into the demon to make it. Oh the demon of germ lift. Its front wheels off the ground. And I mean it's still a challenger you can. You can still bolt up slicks and in writing tweak this suspension a little bit on pretty much any challenger and get it to do that. I'm just saying dodge isn't putting the development dollars into the challenger that Ford's putting into the five hundred or Chevy Camaro like those budgets are wildly different so well let's keep moving. Jeff I want to turn to you because so you were at the the debut of the new GMC Yukon which we talked about last week and this really weird feature popped up that they're going to offer it's called a hurricane turn What is a hurricane turn yes so hurricane turn essentially just allows you to spin the Yukon in circles? If you're on mud or snow or something thing like that If you remember if you weeks ago riven had a video where they announced a take a tank turn feature for their pickup which which is essentially the same thing. We're just spin a circle and it uses the electric motors at each wheel to spin. The wheels individually I guess the front wheels go one way in the back wheels. Go another wait. I think it's the driver side. Wheels go one way and the side. We'll go one way so Indians case it's spinning completely in place like it's not a doughnut. where it's going in a circle it's like it's like right twirling like like a skid steer which actually that's where they get the name skid steer you'll have one side going in one direction the other side going in the other the direction right so so? GMC oddly didn't announce this at the launch. They didn't talk about it at all. until someone I'm on ask someone from motor trend asked and they said They called it a hurricane turn which is essentially the same thing as the riven. Though obviously it's a little different because as the Yukon is still gas powered vehicle and it doesn't have an electric motor on each wheel so the way they do it. Is You essentially turn off the stability control. You crank the wheel all the way to one side and you just hammer the gas and I guess when you do that you don't really have to push any buttons when when you do that. The car sort of knows what you're doing so it'll lock up the brakes depending on which we are going to keep the car you know in a perfect little Is Circle from what I understand like. Let's say you you jerk the wheel all the way to the left and floor it. It'll break the two wheels on the driver's decide on the bright and witty and then the wheels on on the passenger side we'll be turning and basically like dragging that side of the vehicle around the center point. Yeah exactly it's kind of like..
"yukon" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply Canada's Yukon territory is warming. It will over twice the global rate. This is especially a concern for many indigenous people Paul Josie she lives in old crow a remote community of just about three hundred people above the Arctic Circle. He is a member of the von took which in first nation MM people and he joins us now Mr Josie thanks so much for being with us all it's pleasure you recently contributed a piece device vice in which you talked about how the untucked which inner being challenged by the warming all around you and you you mentioned in particular. Caribou migration so what we always known is that the Caribou crossed the porcupine river which is where they got their name the Porcupine Caribou. We've heard what they would normally do this time when he travelled south but what we've been noticing in the last little while is that they've been coming into crow flat and little flats was just above north the Volcker rule and then they move West over to Alaska and they've been winching and Alaska now wolves would ordinarily help themselves to a lot of those Caribou. Wouldn't they yeah they depend on the care. We're going through. Oh so their next generation would survive so what we've been seeing lately is when the care don't come the wolves are putting a strain on the Moose population in those areas and if they're not getting the Moose they are coming closer into town because they're they're searching for food. They're getting hungry. I understand that holes are starting to form and some of the some of the lakes which are usually frozen because of the the melting permafrost a lot of that organic matter underneath the lake bids are melting and vine and creatine them in releasing methane methane method bubbles up onto the bottom of the ice and it actually warms the ice faster so it's very dangerous if you're traveling and you're not sure what you're looking for and so it really changed the way that we travel out on land because you can't be certain if it solid or not yes district. Mr Josie. Do you ever think of moving growing up in this community since owes a baby. This is my home. It's where I learned to live out on the land. It's where I harvest my food. Swear I live. I love this country and at times like when you go to high school and you've got to go to school will you leave the community and when you're young you like to experience and travel new things but you always have that sense of home that you want to be back to you. WanNa be back. You WanNa be on the river. You WanNa be on the land. I don't see myself wanting to move. This is my community and I'm GONNA raise. My family. Here gave a young daughter are I'm told Yeah. Her name is Clara Chun Elizabeth Peters Josie. She is eighteen months. You're going to change and what you you tell her. Is that going to be different from what your parents and grandparents told you I'm GonNa tell her about how how like even now I see myself telling the youth about how was when the care but used to cross and large herds and I'm still going to be taking her out and talking about these things we're in an age. Now where things are changing so fast that the way that we used to travel on land is different so we are learning how to adapt to this changing environment and we are teaching what we are learning right now to the next generation Paul Josie of Old Crow in Canada's Yukon territory. Thanks so much for being with US sir. No problem must see chill.
"yukon" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Dana in Yukon territory Canada she wants to your shut up and dance walk the moon because in her words quote obviously. you got. seven dance walk the.
"yukon" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Hi, thanks for taking my call. And I'm gonna thinking about say we have made awful decisions with our vehicles. And so I am meeting your wise advise tell me what I need to do because I'm obviously not good at making that choice. So we have a Yukon that we bought a little over a year ago, we got pregnant with our third child much later after having the other two we were lifestyle where we thought, oh, we're done having kids. We can go smaller with the car got a third then felt like we needed to go figure with the car the car. My husband's always wanted. But and I thought guilty, and we got the Yukon, and it was an older Yukon at that because we're broke and we couldn't afford this con-, obviously. So right now, we're ten thousand side down because we'd had my car before that partic- your for that. So it just had engine issues which luckily weren't which I know you tell us not to buy but luckily the warranties covering that. And so it's really just kind of kicked me into. Ear in all asset. I have sat down with stop eating any any money. My husband hates me. But we budget. No. I'm kidding. My husband has great. I'm just kidding. He loved me. Hey, the gray guy, but we stopped every tissue record really trying to start. What what do I need to do at this car? So we have ten thousand down we owe ride twenty nine nine something on it. And I've listened I wasn't the most moving audio. It.
"yukon" Discussed on Little Atoms
"But we just walks accurately. Kind of limited in what you can. Take in in that sense canoes a really luxurious. Now, we had we had Chas spice rack, we met may bread in the evenings. Did he committee Pat climb in that which which we had to have about? So a six weeks worth of this said time because there's just very few places to stock up along the way each village does have a little stove it. It's pretty pretty stoked because everyone needs villages relying on on subsistence foods in whether that salmon, Musso, berries, or whatever it might be and people would supplement on diets of people, which would give US Fish in meets in indecent pieces. This is real kind of culture hospital not in shaving Demetz will people have of what to give and it was a mix rainy days. So so of the journey was by myself, I was win at the beginning with old Scottish gentlemen, and then the second half of the with partner early. Sometimes we be in villages and spend a few days in villages in might be a week of paddling between villages and we'd see no one. Said that was camping up beaches in the evenings setting attend making fi cooking dinner, providing the whole process in the morning in loading the canoeing carrying on again. Does that say up sickly when it's talk about what you come across an island with I an old rotting huddle steam. Yeah. One of the things that really strikes you especially being on the Canadian side of the Yukon, which was so renowned for the conduct gold rush. Which is an end of the nineteenth star of the twentieth. Century is a real sensitive of time guy in reverse in use to this day of progress in ways more stuff more things in more human influence in less than less wild space in the rest of it. But hair that really flips on his head a hundred years ago, you could get paddle steamer white Holson catch it down river to to city public transport in the river because the hundreds of thousands of people came from the goldrush now, you might find as you say abandoned, paddle steamer just routing because it didn't become viable to run it anymore. These old telegraph wise that let alone eleven for parts new you might stop and camp on the beach one night and find some abandoned log cabin with old tin cans Mondays ago. So the real sense that so of human influence on that. Of the at least his his is really peaked in his Stein guy with us now. But the indigenous coaches by the down it is very different. But historically in the sense of the goldrush yet really feels like that. So of moment on the Yukon his peaked before you sat out. Did you have any reservations about what you might encounter on the way? And I'm thinking particularly of a Baz. Yeah. Absolutely. We it's very hard to be on the Yukon in Alaska in Canada, without without having bands of background fear in your mind, the time, and you always kinda know that you'd be very unlucky. Then that awful story last week about the about the mother baby being being killed by grizzly in just last week. So so it doesn't happen and. And you can really do about it. You know, we had them. They find people to carry these industrial size cans of pepper spray said we had that we have to try and scare them off. But it's yet is is deafening always Accu mind beyond trying to second guess them. And find a good place to camp way. You hope they wouldn't be in being with your foods gaps in in very good routines washing. I'm straight off the on that kind of thing in the end, the the real danger of the was was not a bad. But was was the river itself at such a big river in such a code river in when the wind picks up when you go so two miles river from Bank to Bank a little bit of wind, commit Radi. Big laid switch canoe just isn't designed. And so it was it was the weather in the water that was was the most complicated part of Jenny. I wanted to talk about some of the the papal so they encounter people that you have on the way, and I want is that anyone a toll fell on the Yukon doesn't have their own in reality TV's. Yeah..
"yukon" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Adam way, miss work has been published in the guardian the Atlantic the new internationalist and by the BBC with his primary focus in their relationship between humans and the natural world. He lives on one hundred year old barge on the river Lee in London and his first book kings of the Yukon an Alaskan river journey which we're gonna be talking about today has also very recently won the Sunday Times young rights of the year award at welcome to little atoms. Thanks. I wanna talk about. I mean, say what inspired the book, but we should say what inspired the journey in the book yet because the someone was almost almost by the but really focuses on the summoned. I it's hard to know where these things not really I'd always been joined going to Alaska. I remember watching white FANG in the cinema. When I was about eight years old in a news public fascination. We've been asking that came about and then Radi. The I actually went to Alaska was in twenty thirteen I was dead rallying because I'd always been looted there, but was sensitive said environmental journalist and traveled over the state in a couple of months in one of the stories I picked up on his invited out onto the Yukon custody crime delta, which is far west Alaska, and I was invited there by guy might Williams who was then chief of the big nation and aided in Ovid's, very remote. But to get that you had to fly through this town called Bethel and Mike said it was a try on in town at the time in the phase that he said that stuck in my head was that Gandhi had is. We have on summoned, and I sat in on this case of peace about it for the Atlantic. And it was these twenty three ubiquitous woman who will try because they go out and fished when there was a ban on the catching of kings and the Alaska department of fishing game put this down on because this massive crashing Sam numbers in the past few years and the defending themselves, and that was understood that it was there that traditional practice, almost spiritual heritage fish defending themselves in the first amendment who the light to factors that religion. And it felt to me not to that different ways of looking at the wellbeing forced up against each other in this state land tick, but it felt to me that there was this much bigger story to be told what restrictions of input in place. So when I was in twenty thirteen the story was kind of focused on this one small part of actually a river, just slightly south of the Yukon the Cusco Quinn. I came back to follow the story in twenty fourteen in twenty fifteen it was a fishing ban on the entire length of the Yukon river. That's too. Thousand miles at SCA and going into Canada, which is totally unprecedented. Never happened before amount was a ban on catching not just commercial fishing, but also subsistence so would indigenous people that rely on it for the menu harvests. And that that's a blanket ban has been pullback slight announced try and get a balance between indigenous fishing and protection. Sam is will Wade conservative at the moment. There's a number of species of Pacific, salmon, particularly are obviously digital to Alaska, but your book is mainly concerned with what's called the king salmon, tell us about that face. What's special about it? Yes. It was in on the Atlantic. Brioni, Hans one type of salmon on the five and have kind of different niches and the king of the the biggest ones that travel furthest, and they used to be absolutely enormous specimens eighteen ninety one hundred pound fish when on common. The biggest fish of the biggest king salmon ever caught on line was the same. Wait is the limit of Fenway books, which gives you some of ideas of how big they used to bait and December that travel furthest in the world's on the Yukon and ones that travel very furthest to give an idea that nice cycle that Bowen way way way up with the the furthest one of the travel born in place McNeil lake which is almost two thousand miles from the spending first year up in this lake, and then they'll just down with the cone guy out to the Pacific and feed off the coast of Japan going up to northern Russia would the Pacific and then in the last few months of their lives that will return to the Yukon and swim against the Covent..
"yukon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I started to do a program. On politics and the good Lord within me. Slam me shot. What happened? Wasn't that sick? Isn't that strong? Our thought. An wrongly. So. That I could take. The left. And get them to be right in a manner of speaking. But that's not what was my creative was wanting to do. But I thought it was. A good idea spiritual way of showing what's wrong with. Left and. The love of the taxes for some reason. So let me just say that and get it finished with. Because I have lots of good things to say. I didn't know what to do about this. I sat and relax today. And. I was just wondering what do I have to say tonight's Yukon? I can't even. Guarantee that even that would be wrong at this moment. I think I feel a little bit more comfortable because opened the bible. I didn't know what are made a mistake. Understood the mistake are have to be the extension of him. Do you understand that? You as well. And I'm going to try to bring.
"yukon" Discussed on Around the Rim
"I am your host China Robinson joined by my fantastic producer to Rekha foster Bradsby, and we're going to jump into a very exciting episode. I think we've been mentioning in the intro of every podcast. You're hearing right now that these recordings place during women's college basketball national media day at ESPN on Bristol campus, which Rican I actually got to be in the same place, which was nice. Can you imagine? I can you believe this even though like she just does other stuff while I'm talking. So I kept trying to look at her. And she's on her phone, whatever she doesn't care. Who'd what at least we have our energy that we can exchange in that space. So we talked to the top coaches and players in the country. And I'm excited about this particular podcast because Gino Auriemma came on the show, and we didn't really talk a ton about Yukon huskies of this year. I mean, yeah. Most people would think we were going to do a college basketball preview. But there was just so much going on on this particular day because the WNBA players association was in the process of making their decision about whether or not they were going to opt out of the collective bargaining agreement which they ultimately did. So I was able to get genus thoughts on it. And he had some very interesting thoughts on the WNBA on this conversation about equal pay not really equal pay in. We actually get into some of that as well. But just pay equity in the WNBA some of the issues they're facing. We also talked about growing fans in. Whether or not college basketball fans in WNBA fans are one of the same or could be one of the thing or should be one of the same. So we jump into that a little bit. Which there was an interesting story that GIO tells about the Connecticut sun fans, booing former Yukon huskies, which I didn't realize that took place, but very very cool stories from him in thoughts on the WNBA in general. You know, what I thought about when he said that what I thought about Diana to Rosie when she played when they when the Phoenix mercury play Connecticut just this past playoffs. And how there were so many people that were still in the crowd cheering her booing her at the same time..
"yukon" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Right. We're going to black men can't jump in Hollywood how it was sit. Yeah. Yeah. Geico was going, I'm trying to do my. That's my eighth Crockett. Okay. Remember the other thing that he says, I know it out to be. For those of you who do not know this lovely voice you hear right now is the voice of Jonathan Bray lock. Why did I start. He was confident got 'im draw Milly gate, and my name is James. The third, I thought you were doing that we were doing when you get here you now. Yeah, no money. Is he speaking what? Yeah. Okay. All right. What is happening, right? This is this is the film of Yukon cast. We review films of leading black actors. We talk about them in the context of race and diversity. All, and today we have a special guest. Oh, okay. All right. And in three, two. Scooby soup that Betty plumbing. Debatable to do. It's David Bory. Everybody. Oh, man, I feel so that felt so good. All right. Yeah, I like it. I like it. You know, feel testing, testing it out. Rex. Hi..
"yukon" Discussed on Around the Rim
"So like i'm happy kobe comes around you know he's tweeting about joel you know his little sister you know like yeah but the ju notre dame was playing yukon huskies head on that was guba wildly on that thing it was like you know what coby got some so basically you just need to tell koby when he comes to the game where the other team jersey yeah exactly for you internally let me guess just finished with that jewel like what what was it like to see what notre dame did in the final four i i'm sure you you know our rega personally i know all of you guys know each other and all that though you've gone on but oh my gosh like we're you like we your impressions of what you saw happening on that stage i mean overall the four were amazing rica head amazing shots and it's just like today even trying to do that in like two ks like impossible you know but rely on real but i'm so happy for the seniors they deserve a man i don't really well obviously i played with them and stuff and their families and it was great i mean they deserve it and it was just a really big time at special moment so yeah those seniors yeah man i'm telling you i was like i don't see how they're going to do this and y'all were the teams you know fits but i was like okay rule is there or why scholars they're they're definitely going to win the national championship right and so.
"yukon" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"And native alaskan group and indigenous group who resides along the yukon and co yukon rivers they traditionally hunt bears in the winter by digging them out of dens a practice that they have engaged in for thousands of years that's how they hunt now if you're the kind of person who likes to sort of cultural imperialism that would come in and tell them digits group of people whose acted a certain way for many thousands of years and live in harmony with its environment that they've got it all wrong that they're not sportsmanlike because they have a traditional us practice of eating bear me in the winter that they pull out a dense then go ahead and be that kind of guy what as far as what goes on with regular hunters like people who are operating under sport hunting licenses it is not a practice to dig cubs out of their dens and kill them there's no like need there's no demand it'd be like saying this if you live in new york and you open your trash can up and you find a little nest of rat babies in your trash camp okay it would fear radically be legal for you to take a dole knitting needle in slowly kill all those rat babies with a dole knitting needle theoretically one could go do that so to say that people in new york are allowed to kill rats that they find in their home in their garbage cans you could put it that way or you could be the kind of guy who says it's now legal for people in new york to brutally slaughter baby rats with dole knitting needles.
"yukon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"So dawson city yukon canada gates here they have a yukon arctic race in february well there's this british explorer that took part in the race and i guess it was bitterly cold this year and nick griffiths of britain had to have three toes amputated because of frostbite quote when i was going into the operating room i asked the search and if i could save my toes and told him what it was four he found it quite amusing i wrote to the downtown hotel dawson city yukon and told them i have some toes and they said they'd love to have the frostbite toes you see at this big hotel in dawson city yukon sorry the picture just picture just showed up on my thing that's just my goodness they have what they call the sour to cocktail oh no it's not funny that's the real drink okay why are you still an internal so he took us three toes it have been cut off because the frostbite he donated them to the hotel that makes the sour tokaca tale are you ready for this don't know i have they actually put they actually put a toe in a shot a whiskey human tow is sunken into it they've been making the strength since nineteen seventy three the bar is reported collected about ten dismembered toes and total and they're about to get three more and probably display the legends behind each of the bars wall of fame over the years the bar claims that over one hundred thousand patrons have ordered it sour to cocktail making them members of the sour tokaca tail club prospective members of the sour to cocktail club told quote you can drink it fast you can drink it slow but your lips must touch the to yuck another line yeah you can drink it fast you can drink it slow but just remember it's a dead toe oh okay oh that's your line okay hey i'll drink to that to toe that yeah toe the line pat save the downtown hotel has only a fuel rules for joining the club to for starters patrons are not allowed to swallow the toe although it has happened twice less be charged a five hundred dollar fine if they swallow the tote people have.
"yukon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Programme since of bad shape right now and you never in sports want to be the guy that follows the guy you're not even know kevin ali one national champions viable the great by even okay manali want to championship following jim callow right who you know it's amazing guys i go up there every year for a practice and i was just looking around and gamble pavilion when jim cowan was the head coach of you've got forget about the three national championships we know about that seventeen big east tournament a regular season titles seventeen it when the big east was the race seventeen what it should be back in a vigorous can that ever happened by the way or is i wrote a story last year and this is confirmed that if you con word or join the big east in obvious lee all sports other than football that men's basketball would go to twenty games and they would keep the double round robin because of the issue for yukon his football so literally they did keep played football in the conference the right now they can rule will do what you can do to joe is now you can become an independent and just accept the fact that basketball the money maker for your programme by for this big eased if you add in xi team and you went to a twenty gamely schedule like the acc lecturing 10 everybody wants no it's a win for everybody only loser would be yukon football that's the loser and fortunately unless something changes may be that's their priority great as crazy as at aim of honestly at this point who thinks of you with all the research that you've gotten involved now nobody takes a you cough opel nobody thinks that bullet if the actual school thinks of it and that's really all that matters here we got more coming up with john will take some of your calls eight seven seven three three seven 66 66 if you're.
"yukon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"With the huskies and she actually filled in as head coach several times because he was suspended here there so chris daily that's who he talks about it's like his right hand and she takes care of a lot of the daytoday operations and a lot of the the manusha that comes along with coaching he's the star and she's the one who you know he he literally could not operate without so he mentions her and something else that if you know yukon women's basketball of you're a fan of it or you follow it you also recognize that it's a sorority if you played for four the yukon women if you were part of of any of those winning seasons or those national championship runs you are something special you're part of something special he runs his programme like it's a family and that refers to current players as well as former players it refers to olympia into play with him because he's also won a couple of olympic gold medals is the the head coach of team usa that there is this this idea that you are not necessarily challenged or pushed the most to by other schools by your opponents you're actually pushed by the standard that's been set by those huskies who played before you so have you went through yukon and didn't have a national championship or two or three or you went through you kinda you didn't have an undefeated season well then something's wrong you know you're not working as hard as you can or you're not following what the coach just tell you to do it that's always been a hallmark of these programs that coach rem a has established and led and obviously now has has earned the thousand wins.
"yukon" Discussed on WDRC
"Podium during a speech at yukon will make his first court appearance at rockville superior court in a video that went viral luchin winter which is seen dragging the woman to the ground sparking chaos in a yukon lecture hall were falling new developments in a deadly new london stabbing police have arrested forty four year old patrick mcenroe eighty and charged him with murder in connection to that stabbing police say they found a man's body lying on the steps of the second floor of a home until he street at about eight thirty last night investigators have not yet released the name of the victim mac it already will face a judge later today also happening today congresswoman elizabeth esti and senator richard blumenthal paul will kick off a day of kindness it's in recognition of the fifth anniversary of a sandy hook school shooting which is later this week the lawmakers are expected to encourage people to volunteer for service projects in their communities all week long they're holding a news conference at 1030 this morning at the ywca in new britain those a samir headlines on this monday i am i read o'connor with channel three eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut socialist working time but talk of saintignon facebook was like and we will fill your feed with all the latest in local and national news channel three early warning weather from the talk of connecticut partly sunny today highs in the upper thirty's mostly cloudy and cold tonight lows in the low twenties snow early tomorrow then changing terrain highs in the upper thirty's partly sunny wednesday highs than the mid20s get the latest forecast on linetalk of connecticutcom rod davis here.