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Podaholiks
Powerworks - Self Care and Car Care

Podaholiks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 56:32


Episode 109 In this podcast, Glenn Power and James Piecowye talk about how small things can lead to big issues. What about a haircut at the garage. Honda is almost done with petrol engines and there is a good dose of mechanic stuff here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podaholiks/message

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de
Bagnaia holt auf – Quartararo nicht mehr so souverän

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 71:29


Die MotoGP ist zurück. In Silverstone wurde am Wochenende der erste Grand Prix nach der Sommerpause ausgefahren. Das Titelrennen spitzt sich zu. Andreas Thies hat wieder mit den Kolleg:innen Juliane Ziegengeist und Gerald Dirnbeck von unserem Kooperationspartner motorsport-total.com das Rennwochenende zusammengefasst. Schlechte Zuschauerzahlen, gute Rennen Die drei müssen aber mit einer für die Verantwortlichen schlechten Nachticht beginnen. Das Publikumsinteresse war in Silverstone mehr als bescheiden. Nur 41.000 Zuschauer kamen zum Rennen am Sonntag. Im britischen Sommer mit vielen Highlights wie zum Beispiel der Fußball-EM oder auch Wimbledon und den British Open kann ein Event wie der Motorrad-Grand-Prix auch mal ein wenig hinten anstehen, aber die Formel 1 macht es vor. Dort boomt es. Anders als in der MotoGP, die sich momentan nur auf wenige Standorte wirklich verlassen kann. Bagnaia holt auf Zum Sportlichen. Francesco Bagnaia gewann sein zweites Rennen hintereinander. Er siegte am Ende nach einem spannenden Zweikampf gegen Maverick Vinales, der auf seiner Aprilia immer besser in Schwung kommt. Doch Bagnaia, der vor ein paar Rennen noch Zweifel ob seiner WM-Fähigkeiten, kämpft sich so langsam ran an den WM-Führenden Fabio Quartararo, der sich an diesem Wochenende mit einem enttäuschenden achten Platz begnügen musste. Er ließ auch kein gutes Haar an seiner Yamaha. Nach dem Motto: Wir müssen die Rennen schon von vorne bestreiten, ansonsten haben wir keine Chance gegen die Konkurrenz. Wer sich auch keine Chancen mehr ausrechnet, ist Suzuki. Die werden Ende des Jahres die MotoGP verlassen, doch Alex Rins und Joan Mir haben anscheinend nicht mehr das Material, um noch mithalten zu können. Bei Mir häufen sich auch die Stürze und Ausfälle. Und das, wo er doch nächste Saison für Honda fahren soll. Auch in der Moto2 und Moto3 gab es spannende Rennen, über die Juliane, Gerald und Andreas sprechen.   Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Motorsport – meinsportpodcast.de
Bagnaia holt auf – Quartararo nicht mehr so souverän

Motorsport – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 71:29


Die MotoGP ist zurück. In Silverstone wurde am Wochenende der erste Grand Prix nach der Sommerpause ausgefahren. Das Titelrennen spitzt sich zu. Andreas Thies hat wieder mit den Kolleg:innen Juliane Ziegengeist und Gerald Dirnbeck von unserem Kooperationspartner motorsport-total.com das Rennwochenende zusammengefasst. Schlechte Zuschauerzahlen, gute Rennen Die drei müssen aber mit einer für die Verantwortlichen schlechten Nachticht beginnen. Das Publikumsinteresse war in Silverstone mehr als bescheiden. Nur 41.000 Zuschauer kamen zum Rennen am Sonntag. Im britischen Sommer mit vielen Highlights wie zum Beispiel der Fußball-EM oder auch Wimbledon und den British Open kann ein Event wie der Motorrad-Grand-Prix auch mal ein wenig hinten anstehen, aber die Formel 1 macht es vor. Dort boomt es. Anders als in der MotoGP, die sich momentan nur auf wenige Standorte wirklich verlassen kann. Bagnaia holt auf Zum Sportlichen. Francesco Bagnaia gewann sein zweites Rennen hintereinander. Er siegte am Ende nach einem spannenden Zweikampf gegen Maverick Vinales, der auf seiner Aprilia immer besser in Schwung kommt. Doch Bagnaia, der vor ein paar Rennen noch Zweifel ob seiner WM-Fähigkeiten, kämpft sich so langsam ran an den WM-Führenden Fabio Quartararo, der sich an diesem Wochenende mit einem enttäuschenden achten Platz begnügen musste. Er ließ auch kein gutes Haar an seiner Yamaha. Nach dem Motto: Wir müssen die Rennen schon von vorne bestreiten, ansonsten haben wir keine Chance gegen die Konkurrenz. Wer sich auch keine Chancen mehr ausrechnet, ist Suzuki. Die werden Ende des Jahres die MotoGP verlassen, doch Alex Rins und Joan Mir haben anscheinend nicht mehr das Material, um noch mithalten zu können. Bei Mir häufen sich auch die Stürze und Ausfälle. Und das, wo er doch nächste Saison für Honda fahren soll. Auch in der Moto2 und Moto3 gab es spannende Rennen, über die Juliane, Gerald und Andreas sprechen.   Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

The Race MotoGP Podcast
Is Bagnaia back in the title hunt after Silverstone success?

The Race MotoGP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 73:03


The Silverstone MotoGP race provided one of the closest finishes ever - with the top nine split by only four seconds. But was the race actually any good, and why were so few people there to witness it? Host Toby Moody is joined by Simon Patterson, Valentin Khorounzhiy and special guest Josh Suttill to discuss the merits of the 20-lap contest and the low fan attendance figures. They also talk about the state of the title race after Silverstone, and whether winner Francesco Bagnaia can be seen as back in the hunt - with Aleix Espargaro hurting himself and Fabio Quartararo having an uncharacteristically muted weekend. Honda's continued MotoGP travails against the backdrop of its Suzuka 8 Hours success are another topic of conversation, as is Johann Zarco's latest pole-to-heartbreak outing.

Market Talk: What’s up today? | Swissquote
Strong US jobs data hammers the recession 'optimism'

Market Talk: What’s up today? | Swissquote

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:42


Strong US jobs data revived the Federal Reserve (Fed) hawks on Friday. The US 10-year yield jumped, and the US dollar gained. Gold gave back a part of gains, and US stocks closed in the negative, although the three major US indices closed the first week of August in the positive. Now, the S&P500 is nearing an important technical level near 4180 level, the peak reached in June, and the short-term direction will mostly depend on this week's inflation data, due Wednesday. Crude oil kicks off the week slightly upbeat, below the $90 level. News that China started mass testing in the Hainan beach resort comes as a warning that China is still not done with its fight against Covid. Last week, OPEC increased the production outlook by a laughable, and a completely meaningless 100'000 barrels per day. That's about 0.1% of the global oil output. But the recession fears and the slowing demand will likely continue driving the market; we could see a further downside pressure on oil prices. On corporate front, Coinbase, Disney, Honda, Coupang, and Rivian will be revealing their latest quarterly earnings. On political front, the US Senate passed a landmark tax, climate and health-care bill, which includes tax credits for EV purchases & green energy incentives. In cryptocurrencies, Ethereum prepares for its final test before the Merge update! Listen to find out more!

Motorrad – meinsportpodcast.de
Bagnaia holt auf – Quartararo nicht mehr so souverän

Motorrad – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 71:29


Die MotoGP ist zurück. In Silverstone wurde am Wochenende der erste Grand Prix nach der Sommerpause ausgefahren. Das Titelrennen spitzt sich zu. Andreas Thies hat wieder mit den Kolleg:innen Juliane Ziegengeist und Gerald Dirnbeck von unserem Kooperationspartner motorsport-total.com das Rennwochenende zusammengefasst. Schlechte Zuschauerzahlen, gute Rennen Die drei müssen aber mit einer für die Verantwortlichen schlechten Nachticht beginnen. Das Publikumsinteresse war in Silverstone mehr als bescheiden. Nur 41.000 Zuschauer kamen zum Rennen am Sonntag. Im britischen Sommer mit vielen Highlights wie zum Beispiel der Fußball-EM oder auch Wimbledon und den British Open kann ein Event wie der Motorrad-Grand-Prix auch mal ein wenig hinten anstehen, aber die Formel 1 macht es vor. Dort boomt es. Anders als in der MotoGP, die sich momentan nur auf wenige Standorte wirklich verlassen kann. Bagnaia holt auf Zum Sportlichen. Francesco Bagnaia gewann sein zweites Rennen hintereinander. Er siegte am Ende nach einem spannenden Zweikampf gegen Maverick Vinales, der auf seiner Aprilia immer besser in Schwung kommt. Doch Bagnaia, der vor ein paar Rennen noch Zweifel ob seiner WM-Fähigkeiten, kämpft sich so langsam ran an den WM-Führenden Fabio Quartararo, der sich an diesem Wochenende mit einem enttäuschenden achten Platz begnügen musste. Er ließ auch kein gutes Haar an seiner Yamaha. Nach dem Motto: Wir müssen die Rennen schon von vorne bestreiten, ansonsten haben wir keine Chance gegen die Konkurrenz. Wer sich auch keine Chancen mehr ausrechnet, ist Suzuki. Die werden Ende des Jahres die MotoGP verlassen, doch Alex Rins und Joan Mir haben anscheinend nicht mehr das Material, um noch mithalten zu können. Bei Mir häufen sich auch die Stürze und Ausfälle. Und das, wo er doch nächste Saison für Honda fahren soll. Auch in der Moto2 und Moto3 gab es spannende Rennen, über die Juliane, Gerald und Andreas sprechen.   Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Auto Insider
Chip Shortage Update | Toyota, Subaru & Honda Struggle | Episode 201

Auto Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:07


Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach discuss the latest chip shortage numbers from Auto Forecast Solutions. They also discuss the latest inventory data from Automotive News, and which automakers have inventory, and which don't. Be sure to tune in!

Brap Talk Motorcycle Podcast
Episode 90 - The Long Lost Gold Wing Show

Brap Talk Motorcycle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 37:28


The long awaited, probably forgotten, but much talked about Honda Gold Wing video podcast from the Brap Talk Motorcycle Podcast. Hey, it only took us two years to publish it! Of note, we talk a bit about the luggage situation on the 2018 Honda Gold Wing Tour, and thankfully since the release of this show, Honda has increased the luggage size of the top box and it now fits two helmets. Also, this is our first stab at a video podcast - God willing, our future attempts will be a little bit better and a little bit more timely. It was a learning experience. Thanks for watching! Big thanks to American Honda for letting us keep the Gold Wing Tour for way, way too long. Also thanks to Arai Helmets and Sena for sending us some gear - we couldn't have made the show without their help. Listen to Brap Talk on Apple Podcasts: https://aspha.lt/3deuWfm Listen to Brap Talk on Spotify: https://aspha.lt/3BNne6a Listen to Brap Talk on Soundcloud: https://aspha.lt/2VOrX1R

Car Talk
#2263: Sister Mary Anne's Tire Fund

Car Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 35:09 Very Popular


On the occasion of moving to their new fair city of Cambridge, MA the brothers tempt fate by weighing in on Sister Mary Anne's problems with her Plymouth as well as Karl's Honda horn and Scott's unalignable minivan. All this and the new puzzler on this episode of the Best of Car Talk.

Grinding Gears - Pete and Aaron
Grinding Gears-07-08-2022

Grinding Gears - Pete and Aaron

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:59


Grinding Gears brings us new Honda's ,Ford Motor Company woes, plus a Tesla Time bonus! #RadioSouthland #SouthlandRadio #Radio #Southland #Tesla #Ford #Honda #MotorHeads #CarEnthusiasts #Aotearoa #NewZealand

Mente Suplente
#123 - Honda Desconcerto, Gripe A e RaliVM

Mente Suplente

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 18:57


instagram: @horst_pohlenz // @horst.garage tiktok: @horst.garage twitter: @HorstPohlenz

The Asian Game
FULL INTERVIEW: Cambodian star Thierry Chantha Bin

The Asian Game

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 14:39


Cambodian star Thierry Chantha Bin always idolised Keisuke Honda - and now he is his national team coach. The Cambodian midfielder talks to us about the "dream" of working under Honda, while we also discuss Visakha's recent AFC Cup campaign and his own journey from the suburbs of Paris to Phnom Penh.

The Mindful Experiment Podcast
EP#395 - Living In Control with Guest: Dr. Reza Abraham

The Mindful Experiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 43:00


------------------------------------------------- RSVP for Dr. Vic's FREE Online Workshop - Aug. 17th Optimizing Your Performance Through Spirituality www.EmpowerYourReality.com/webinar ------------------------------------------------- In this week's interview, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ultra-High Performance Coach Dr. Reza Abraham.   We discuss all things that relate to being an ultra-high performance individual while also discussing why we need to throw away the work/life balance concept and learn to step more into work/life harmony.   If you have not already, subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss another episode, as we release a minimum of 2 per week.   Now, enjoy the show!   ---------------------------------------------------- Connect with Today's Sponsor: Real Relatable Podcast Check them out: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/real-relatable/id1478491493?uo=4 ----------------------------------------------------   Who is Dr. Reza Abraham? Dr. Reza Abraham is a Persian Author, Speaker, Ultra-high-performance Coach & the founder of InControl Group. His first book is a result of 20 years of studying & working with different individuals. He been invited to speak on personal growth and leadership by global companies including AIA, Dell, DHL, Honda, KPMG, L'Oréal, Mazda, McDonald's, Nielsen, Petronas, Samsung, Shell, Toyota, and more. He is a graduate of The University of Science and Technology In Iran, Multimedia University in Malaysia, and MIT in the US. Dr. Reza lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.    How to Connect with Dr. Reza? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drrezaabraham/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drrezaabraham LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-reza-abraham/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Ik-kgcWHt8fyqlcC_efUQ   Dr. Reza's New Book: https://amzn.to/3vJRT0l   ----------------------------------------------------   Connect with Dr. Vic... Website: www.EmpowerYourReality.com Facebook: www.Facebook.com/drvicmanzo Instagram: www.Instagram.com/drvicmanzo LinkedIn: www.LinkedIn.com/in/drmanzo TikTok: www.TikTok.com/@drvicmanzo   To visit Dr. Vic's Book on Amazon, check out the link below: https://amzn.to/3y6Bxir   About Dr. Vic... I'm Dr. Vic Manzo Jr., a Business Mindset Coach, Self-Mastery Expert, Influential Author, Inspirational Speaker, and the host and creator of The Mindful Experiment Podcast and The Mindful Chiropractor Podcast.   I help business owners shift their mindsets to unleash their potential and manifest their dream life.   I go deeper to uncover their beliefs, blocks, behaviors, habits, and patterns of thinking that prevent them from living the life or creating the business they like to experience.    From there, I use a box of tools to help reprogram the mind, reshift focus, teach spiritual truths, and bring quantum physics into the mix to unveil their true potential and make that a reality.   Ready to change your life? www.CallWithDrVic.com

Zooming with DRIVEN
Celebrating 50 years of the Honda Civic - EP97

Zooming with DRIVEN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 26:58


This week on Zooming with DRIVEN, we're on location for the very first time, at the Honda dealership in New Market, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Honda Civic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Texas Football Today
Stephen F. Austin coach Colby Carthel talks Lumberjacks, and Helpful Honda Mailbag Friday — Episode 1,429 (August 5, 2022)

Texas Football Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 073: Jack's Bucks Party

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 84:26


About the only thing this bucks party didn't have was the buck himself (though those in attendance got the next best thing...an interview with his family!). Free food, free beer, strippers and talk about motorcycles...what more could any man want (aside form a huge pile of money and an even bigger pile of supermodels?) If you didn't take the necessary steps to attend Jack Miller's Bucks party ask yourself some very direct and very serious questions about your life choices because you are clearly doing it wrong. If you were there, enjoy reliving what was a brilliant night's entertainment while at the same time making sure to rub it in the face of anyone you know who didn't go. The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. ​ We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. ​ Click on the bloody links. Please. ​ Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. ​ Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. ​ Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. ​ Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. ​ Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. ​ Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. ​ Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. ​ Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules.

The Yamcast
Episode 89: BMW Recalls 440,000 Motorcycles!

The Yamcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 54:48 Very Popular


On this week's episode of the Yamcast, Yam and Spite discuss BMW's massive service campaign, Honda's Lane Keep Assist that nobody asked for and some personal updates! After that our YN Discord members get to chat about how they feel about Harley Davidson and then the meme contest!

WV unCommOn PlaCE
John Callas : When The Rain Stops

WV unCommOn PlaCE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 44:50


John Callas is a veteran writer/director/producer in the entertainment business. His experience ranges from the worldwide release of feature films to numerous motion picture trailers, national and international commercials, live action title sequences, a documentary shot on location in Russia, as well as having been the Worldwide VP for The Walt Disney Company while working at a large post production facility. John's prowess can be seen on live action teasers for Ransom, Dennis The Menace, Body Of Evidence, The Golden Child, Spaceballs, The Glass Menagerie, Cocoon II, Poltergeist III, Betrayed, My Girl, Glenngarry Glenn Ross, As Well As Title Sequences For The Two Jakes and A Few Good Men and a promotional film for an amusement ride from Showscan. John also directed an award-winning short film The White Gorilla. While creating live action teasers for feature films, John had the opportunity to work with notable actors including Mel Gibson, Walter Matthau, Jack Nicholson, Madonna, Eddie Murphy and Mel Brooks. In addition to working on feature film teasers, his work can be seen in projects for HBO, The Disney Channel, Show Time, the Broadway Play Phantom Of The Opera and the 1993 redesigned TriStar Logo. John's extensive background also includes over 200 commercials for such clients as Kellogg's, Dodge, Sunkist, Sprite, Toyota, Fuji, Volkswagen, Honda, McDonalds, Mazda, Minolta, Jedi Merchandising, Kraft, Jordache, Sea World, Givenchy and Sonassage with celebrity George Burns and industrial projects for Corporations including Vidal Sassoon, Salomon North America, Nissan and The Kao Corporation Of Japan. John's television experience includes directing a 14-week series entitled Potentials, with guests Buckminster Fuller, Norman Cousins, Ray Bradbury, Gene Roddenberry, Timothy Leary and others. He also directed 80 segments for Bobby's World, which has been rated the #1 show on Fox 11 Television in its time slot; garnering John an Emmy nomination. A multi-faceted filmmaker, John's work can be seen in music videos for Glenn Frey Of The Eagles, Bill Wyman Of The Rolling Stones, Jefferson Starship, Sammy Hagar, Rick Springfield, Doobie Brothers, Styx and more. Some awards John has received include The New York Critics Choice Award for Lone Wolf, The Clio and Belding for his work on the Sunkist campaign, the prestigious Best of the West for his directorial work on a one-woman show, and an MTV award for best concept for Glen Frey's Smuggler's Blues. John's directorial sensitivity, creativity and humor combined with his thoroughness and ability to bring a project in on time and budget makes him a unique and valuable talent. John holds a Master Degree from Occidental College, and is a member of The Directors Guild Of America. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wvuncommonplace/message

Fifth & Mission
Why S.F.'s Laguna Honda Shouldn't Shut Down

Fifth & Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 19:46


After years of mismanagement and scandal, federal regulators decertified San Francisco's huge nursing home. Now the hospital is dealing with botched patient transfers and the potential end of critical care to patients. Chronicle columnist Heather Knight calls the bureaucracy "draconian." She joins host Cecilia Lei to explain why and how patient families are suffering. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

JoshCast
Starscream Music Critic | Steampunk Giraffe

JoshCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:14


Starscream must listen to Soundwave's new single | A steampunk Giraffe is on the loose | Superman drives a Honda

Downtime With Downstar
The Rywire Episode: A Car In His Living Room, AWD EK Project, Creating Content & More #238

Downtime With Downstar

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 161:22


Today we sat with Ryan Basseri who is the owner of Rywire. Rywire is a motorsport electronics company that started in the Honda community which has spread into every aspect of the automotive community including Formula Drift and high-end exotics. You can find Rywire's products used on cars at your local meet or by the best in the industry at events such as SEMA. Ryan also has a passion for architecture which motivated him to build a dual-door garage door so he can park one of his unique builds directly in his living room. He has also had his focus on the EV market which lead to the creation of his EV Honda S2000. Ryan is a great person and we love having conversations with him on and off the mic. If you see him around, make sure to stop and pick his brain. His knowledge is vast. Thank you for watching! Guest: @Rywire_Motorsport_Electronics Rywire. com Host: @Frank_Downstar Supported by* @Downstar @Downstar_Skate ​ Downstarinc.com HyperURL.co/Downstar @DowntimeWithDownstar

The Dom Giordano Program
What Brand Is Most Carjacked?

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 3:03


Dom Giordano reveals a list of the most carjacked car brands in Philadelphia thanks to Fox29 reporter Steve Keeley, with Dan asking whether he should be concerned that he drives a Honda. (Photo by Getty Images)

Creative Elements
#111: Chris Do [Content] – From running a multimillion dollar design agency to becoming a multimillion dollar creator

Creative Elements

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 61:22


WATCH ▶️ Watch this episode on YouTube *** EPISODE DESCRIPTION Chris is a legend in the creative world. He is an Emmy award-winning designer, director, CEO and Chief Strategist of Blind, a Brand Strategy Design Consultancy. Blind has worked with some incredible clients including MLB, Wells Fargo, Honda, Intel, Microsoft, NFL, Nike, Showtime, EA, Google, Audi, Sony, XBOX, Snapchat, and Riot Games. Chris is also the founder of The Futur—an online education platform with the mission of teaching 1 billion people how to make a living doing what they love. In this episode, we talk about Chris's path from design school to content creation, the bold moves he took to transition from agency life to creator life, how you can make that same transition, and why today he's all in on Content as a way to impact a billion people. Full transcript and show notes Learn more about Blind Learn more about the Futur Subscribe to The Futur on YouTube Follow Chris Do on Twitter / Instagram / TikTok / LinkedIn *** CONNECT

Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Keefer Tested
Show #290 - 2023 Honda CRF450R First Impression With Setting Tips

Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Keefer Tested

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 47:47


The 2023 Honda has some changes to it and those changes are bigger than meets the eye. How do those refinements help with the new Honda? Find out right here as Keefer lays down some facts for you.

NUsport – De boordradio
'Deze zege komt in de top drie van Verstappen'

NUsport – De boordradio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 49:49


Max Verstappen imponeerde op de Hungaroring en kan zijn tweede titel al bijna ruiken. Vooral de manier waarop hij de zege boekte maakte indruk en het is ook één van zijn mooiste zeges ooit, vertellen NU.nl-verslaggevers Joost Nederpelt, Patrick Moeke en Bas Scharwachter. Zij blikken terug op de Grand Prix van Hongarije.Vragen?Voor vragen of opmerkingen over De Boordradio kan je ons altijd mailen op podcast@nu.nl of je kan reageren via NUjij of Twitter.Je kunt je ook gratis abonneren op de De Boordradio-podcast. Dat kan via Apple Podcasts, Spotify of jouw favoriete podcast-app.GP-spelDenk jij meer verstand van Formule 1 te hebben dan Joost, Patrick, Ho-Pin en Bas? Doe mee aan het het leukste GP-Managerspel van Nederland! Daag de mannen en de rest van de luisteraars uit in de subleague van De Boordradio.Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

サンディエゴ日本人教会 San Diego Japanese Christian Church
A Church Pleasing to God (9): Functions as a Loving Family - Pastor Ichibei Honda

サンディエゴ日本人教会 San Diego Japanese Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 37:33


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Breakfast With Champions
Episode 1,332 with Scott Simons & Ramon Ray - Living Through Uncertain Times

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 64:13


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Scott Simons & Ramon Ray! Scott Simons is Moving Lives Forward, Co Host of the Breakfast of Champions Clubhouse Room, President/Managing Partner CMA's Valley Chrysler, Dodge, Honda, Jeep, Nissan, RAM, Subaru, VW Car Dealerships, Deputy Sheriff Reserve, OG Member of the Arete Syndicate, Apex, and Investor in Multiple Businesses across many Industries!  Ramon loves burnt pancakes and small business success. He's started four companies and sold two of them. Ramon's an in-demand keynote speaker and event host who inspires, educates and entertains audiences around the world. He's interviewed President Obama, is a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy and was fired by the United Nations.

Earl Stewart on Cars
07.30.2022 - Your Calls, Texts, and Mystery Shop of Braman Honda of Palm Beach

Earl Stewart on Cars

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 117:51


Earl and his team answer various caller questions and responds to incoming text messages. Earl's female mystery shopper, Agent Lightning re-visits a local high volume Honda dealer to see how much over sticker they will charge for a 2022 Honda Pilot SUV. Earl Stewart is the owner of Earl Stewart Toyota in North Palm Beach, Florida, one of the largest Toyota dealerships in the southeastern U.S. He is also a consumer advocate who shares his knowledge spanning 50+ years about the car industry through a weekly newspaper column and radio show. Each week Earl provides his audience with valuable tips that prevent them from "getting ripped off by a car dealer". Earl has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, U.S. News and World Report, Business Week, and other major publications. He has also made numerous appearances on CNN, Fox News, CBS, and other news networks. He is frequently called upon by local and national media to comment on major trends and newsworthy events occurring in today's rapidly changing auto industry. You can learn more by going to Earl's videos on www.youtube.com/earloncars, subscribing to his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/earloncars, his tweets at www.twitter.com/earloncars, and reading his blog posts at www.earloncars.com. Sign up to become one of Earl's Vigilantes and help others in your community to avoid getting ripped off by a car dealer. Go to www.earlsvigilantes.com for more information. “Disclosure: Earl Stewart is a Toyota dealer and directly and indirectly competes with the subjects of the Mystery Shopping Reports. He honestly and accurately reports the experiences of the shoppers and does not influence their findings. As a matter of fact, based on the results of the many Mystery Shopping Reports he has conducted, there are more dealers on the Recommended Dealer List than on the Not Recommended List he maintains on www.GoodDealerBadDealerList.com”

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor
The Car Doctor - 7/30/22 - How To Properly Diagnose A Vehicle

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 35:37


Ron starts this episode by taking a call on an 18 Sparc asking questions on necessary maintenance : answers an email on rev hang with Hondas : talks about the CT bus fire and the potential to take out an entire fleet if that happened in the bus garage : and talks about keeping animals out of vehicles : talks about what happens to a lithium battery in a TPMS sensor when he drills one out to disable it : talks about how to properly diagnose a vehicle : talks about a conversation with his gym coach the other day : talks about oil changes : and talks about some positive news for electric vehicles : and leaves with some thoughts on vehicle maintenance. Visit https://www.cardoctorshow.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fifi, Fev & Nick Catch Up – 101.9 Fox FM Melbourne - Fifi Box, Brendan Fevola & Nick Cody
Fifi Box, AKA Brooke Butler, And Her UNOFFICIAL Return To Neighbours Featuring Stefan Dennis & Takaya Honda!

The Fifi, Fev & Nick Catch Up – 101.9 Fox FM Melbourne - Fifi Box, Brendan Fevola & Nick Cody

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 7:35


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Late Night Playset
Sex & The Gentleman's Drive: ARIELLE ZADOK - LNP481

Late Night Playset

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 89:01


Thursday July 28, 2022 - Guest: Arielle Zadok "Babes in Cars" Once again Sean Bishop has disappeared faster than a ghost perused by busters, but he has an excellent reason and never fear! Producer Arielle is here to save the day, flying in from the sky like a vixen superhero! She's also a bonafide Grand Marshall! For what? Gotta tune-in to find out! It's day 3 of the Aston Martin Vantage F1 preview week, and true to British automobile form, the electronics are still on the fritz but J said the superb ride and drive make him keep forgetting to get it fixed! September 3rd at the Marconi is shaping up to be a phenomenal event already! Ticket info next week! THANK YOU for watching, please like, subscribe and share, share, share!

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 569 · La Indy en Iowa y los problemas de Palou

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 26:43


El fin de semana pasado nos dejó dos carreras, de lo más entretenido, en Iowa. Y este fin de semana tendremos Indy de nuevo, esta vez en el rutero de Indianápolis. Los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1, en este tercer episodio de la semana, nos harán un resumen de las absolutamente impresionantes carreras del fin de semana pasado. Undercuts para unos, pesadilla para otros. El circuito de Iowa es un oval muy corto. Y eso hace que para algunos sea una bendición, donde hacer undercuts y ganar muchos puestos, y para otros una pesadilla para las gomas. El caso es que es un espectáculo tan hipnótico que impide apartar los ojos de la pantalla. La carrera del sábado se la llevó Newgarden (de hecho, uno de sus compañeros de equipo pedía que llamaran al circuito “Newgarden Speedway” por lo bien que se le da), seguido de Pato O’Ward y Will Power. La del domingo vio como Newgarden, que iba en cabeza, tenía un problema mecánico que provocaba un grandísimo accidente, del que el piloto salió, además, con una conmoción cerebral. La victoria se la llevó Pato O’Ward, seguido de Will Power, Scott McLaughlin y Dixon - que aún aspira al título. Palou, que está dando mucho que hablar por su contrato con McLaren y la demanda de Ganassi, fue 6º en la carrera del sábado y 13º en la del domingo, en una pista que no favoreció nada a su coche. En cualquier caso, está claro que Chevy fue claramente mejor que Honda en Iowa. Cómo está el Campeonato. En espera de la carrera de este fin de semana, de nuevo en Indianápolis, pero esta vez en el rutero y no en el oval, el Campeonato de la IndyCar sigue comandado por Ericsson (403 puntos), seguido de Power (395), Newgarden y Dixon (369), O’Ward (367), Palou (359), McLaughlin (317), Herta (278), Rosenquist (275) y Rossi (265). Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

The John Rothmann Show Podcast
John Rothmann discusses the issues facing Laguna Honda

The John Rothmann Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:33


The fight to keep Laguna Honda afloat continues. In a Thursday afternoon hearing, members of the Board of Supervisors listened to an update from the interim CEO of the troubled hospital, Roland Pickens, about the four-month closure and transfer plan put together by the hospital after the federal government earlier this year moved to curtail its Medicaid funding. The plan, originally meant to be completed in 18 months, was rejected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services — which wanted a faster closure or transfer process, according to Pickens. In April, that federal department moved to revoke funding for the 780-bed hospital, citing myriad violations. To continue receiving some $20 million a month in the interim, Laguna Honda was mandated to devise a closure plan that involves transferring its patients — many of whom are elderly and frail. If Laguna Honda stays on track with the four-month plan, it may get an additional two months of funding, pushing the potential closure date to November. But patient advocates and family members have been pressing to stop transferring patients while the hospital works on its recertification.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Motos and Friends from Ultimate Motorcycling magazine
Aprilia RS660 at Laguna + Mike Snyder of Honda

Motos and Friends from Ultimate Motorcycling magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 74:17


Hello everyone and welcome once again to the Ultimate Motorcycling podcast—Motos and Friends. My name is Arthur Coldwells. Motos and Friends is brought to you by the Yamaha YZF-R7—the comfortable supersport machine that is as capable on the racetrack as it is on the street. Check it out at at your local Yamaha dealer, or of course at YamahaMotorsports.com. In this week's first segment, Senior Editor Nic de Sena finally  gets to ride the Aprilia RS 660 at Laguna Seca no less—pretty much the perfect track environment for Aprilia's brilliant middleweight sport bike.  However, having said that, everyone acknowledges that the RS660 an awesome motorcycle on the road—but it's not a supersport machine, so could it be just a little out of its depth on the track? In the second segment, I chat with another one of my good buddies and riding friends from Honda—Mike Snyder. Mike was in the marketing department at Honda for several years before he retired a couple years ago. His insights into a couple of the models and technologies developed during his tenure are interesting to hear. He's also quite the rider himself—an ex-club racer who although he's hung up his racing leathers, he's now a guy who really enjoys his foreign touring exploits too.    So, from all of us here at Ultimate Motorcycling, we hope you enjoy this episode! If you're interested to watch a quick video on the Honda RC213V-S on track, click here

Intego Mac Podcast
Episode 250: Is Your Car the Next Security Risk?

Intego Mac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 29:20


Cars are the next target for hackers; we look at vulnerabilities in standalone GPS devices, and we also discuss how Honda shrugged when presented with security vulnerabilities. We also go over the recent Apple operating system updates, and look at how Content Caching on a Mac may prevent security updates from being installed automatically. Show Notes: CVE-2022-32839 - remote code execution How can you tell whether your Mac is up to date? How to Use Content Caching on macOS to Save Bandwidth macOS Monterey 12.5 isn't yet safe for all OpenCore Legacy Patcher patched Macs Hardcoded password in Confluence app has been leaked on Twitter Security flaws in a popular GPS module could allow hackers to track vehicles The Rolling Pwn - Security Now #879 show notes Zoom brings end-to-end encryption to its cloud phone service This Is the Code the FBI Used to Wiretap the World Drobo Files for Bankruptcy Intego Mac Premium Bundle X9 is the ultimate protection and utility suite for your Mac. Download a free trial now at intego.com, and use this link for a special discount when you're ready to buy.

KGO 810 Podcast
John Rothmann discusses the issues facing Laguna Honda

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:33


The fight to keep Laguna Honda afloat continues. In a Thursday afternoon hearing, members of the Board of Supervisors listened to an update from the interim CEO of the troubled hospital, Roland Pickens, about the four-month closure and transfer plan put together by the hospital after the federal government earlier this year moved to curtail its Medicaid funding. The plan, originally meant to be completed in 18 months, was rejected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services — which wanted a faster closure or transfer process, according to Pickens. In April, that federal department moved to revoke funding for the 780-bed hospital, citing myriad violations. To continue receiving some $20 million a month in the interim, Laguna Honda was mandated to devise a closure plan that involves transferring its patients — many of whom are elderly and frail. If Laguna Honda stays on track with the four-month plan, it may get an additional two months of funding, pushing the potential closure date to November. But patient advocates and family members have been pressing to stop transferring patients while the hospital works on its recertification.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Grass is Greener with Paul Greene
Paul Campbell and his wild stories

The Grass is Greener with Paul Greene

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 70:48


Paul Campbell was born in the late seventies to Karen and Bruce Campbell who gave him his name along with a few other things like shelter and hope. As a child he showed plenty of promise. Unfortunately it turned out to be a rash that would haunt him well into his teens. At age 18 Paul struck up a deal with the Devil and traded his soul for a 24oz framing hammer and a rusted out Honda. For nearly four years he worked himself to the bone padding his pocketbook and essentially mastering carpentry. Naturally, the next logical step was to go to theater school. Two years and 1479 coffees later he was certified. Or certifiable... but that's just nit-picking really. Since then Paul has been an active part of the North American acting community spreading joy and happiness everywhere he goes. He is currently available for employment.Follow Paul CampbellOfficial Website: https://www.paulcampbellofficial.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThePaulCampbellInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/paulcampbellofficial/IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1353748/2 Pauls In a Podcast can be heard here: paulcampbellofficial.com/mixesVideo of 2 Pauls in a Podcast: https://youtu.be/w57AtYYOL8k 

Augmented - the industry 4.0 podcast
Episode 90: A Renaissance in Manufacturing

Augmented - the industry 4.0 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 38:25


Augmented reveals the stories behind the new era of industrial operations, where technology will restore the agility of frontline workers.  In episode #4 of the podcast, the topic is: A Renaissance of Manufacturing. Our guest is Enno De Boer, Partner, Digital Manufacturing Lead, McKinsey.Augmented is a podcast for leaders, hosted by futurist Trond Arne Undheim, presented by Tulip.co, the manufacturing app platform, and associated with MFG.works, the manufacturing upskilling community launched at the World Economic Forum. Each episode dives deep into a contemporary topic of concern across the industry and airs at 9 am US Eastern Time every Wednesday. Augmented--the industry 4.0 podcast.In this conversation, we talk about What is digital manufacturing? How to transform operations strategy, best practices, specifically the World Economic Forum Global Lighthouse Factories. We also tackle future developments: How to stay up to date in this fast moving field? What's next?Trond's takeaway: is that manufacturing is indeed undergoing a renaissance. There should be a tremendous amount of excitement among policy makers, industry professionals, and frontline workers about the changes in play. Technologies are maturing. The digital factory is becoming a reality. For those who already took on board the lessons of lean manufacturing and are exploring the latest opportunities, automation has become augmentation. Yet, there's still a lot to learn. The World Economic Forum's Lighthouse factories is one place to seek inspiration.After listening to this episode, check out the World Economic Forum Global Lighthouse Network, McKinsey's Operations practice,  well as Enno De Boer's social profile. World Economic Forum Global Lighthouse Network: https://www.weforum.org/projects/global_lighthouse_network Enno De Boer (bio): https://www.mckinsey.com/our-people/enno-de-boer McKinsey Manufacturing & Supply Chain practice area (@mckinsey_mfg): https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/operations/how-we-help-clientsAugmented is a podcast for leaders in the manufacturing industry hosted by futurist Trond Arne Undheim, presented by Tulip.co, the manufacturing app platform, and associated with MFG.works, the open learning community launched at the World Economic Forum. Our intro and outro music is The Arrival by Evgeny Bardyuzha (@evgenybardyuzha), licensed by @Art_list_io. The show can be found at http://www.augmentedpodcast.co/ Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Augmentedpodcast.co or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars. If you liked this episode, you might also like episode #1 on From Automation to Augmentation or Episode #2 on How to Train Augmented Workers. Augmented--the industry 4.0 podcast. Transcript: TROND: Augmented reveals the stories behind the new era of industrial operations, where technology will restore the agility of frontline workers. Augmented is a podcast for leaders, hosted by futurist Trond Arne Undheim, presented by Tulip.co, the manufacturing app platform, and associated with MFG.works, the manufacturing upskilling community launched at the World Economic Forum. Each episode dives deep into a contemporary topic of concern across the industry and airs at 9:00 a.m. U.S. Eastern Time every Wednesday. Augmented — the industry 4.0 podcast. In Episode 4 of the podcast, the topic is A Renaissance of Manufacturing. Our guest is Enno De Boer, Partner and Digital Manufacturing Lead at McKinsey & Company. In this conversation, we talk about what is digital manufacturing? How to transform operations strategy, best practices, specifically the World Economic Forum Global Lighthouse Factories. We also tackle future developments: How to stay up to date in this fast-moving field, and what's next? TROND: Enno, how are you doing today? ENNO: Very good. TROND: I'm excited to have our conversation. First off, Enno, you're an interesting guy. You obviously have a tremendous amount of experience working with a lot of manufacturing factories through your work at McKinsey and also now directly at the World Economic Forum. But what got you into manufacturing? What sparked this interest? ENNO: I had always kind of a passion for real things, for products and everything. And my dad was an engineer. He was a researcher in the steel industry, and he wanted to get me into steel, but I thought I wanted to have something a little bit more sophisticated. So I got initially into automotive, got really excited about it. And then when you're in automotive, you need to go to the shop floor; that's where the real music is. So that's how I got into it. And then, from there, it took its toll, and I went into any industry, and I'm always passionate about manufacturing. TROND: Wow, that's where the real music is. Well, you ended up getting your master's and your doctorate in mechanical engineering. I think they're all from Dresden and from Aachen. So you've been around the academic side and now very much on the combination, I guess, of consulting and advising, but you enjoy getting into these factories and hearing the music, basically. ENNO: Yes, totally. I started my career at BMW, and it was amazing to see what product they are building, et cetera. And then, I moved to McKinsey, and it was always about the products and how can we make the products better? How can we get them better to the consumer, and also, how can we make literally the shop floor a better environment? And I think that's so exciting about what we're seeing at the moment with this digital revolution, and we're getting to that in a moment. But it's all about augmenting the operator and figuring out how do we take the dull, dirty, and dangerous work out of manufacturing and make it very exciting? I think it's one of the most exciting spots to be. For all the young people, I just say go into manufacturing. That's where all the fun technologies come to bear. Is it augmented reality, virtual reality? Is it digital twins? Is it AI? Is it digitization? Is it 3D printing? All of that is coming there. Tell me any other industry where that's happening. TROND: You know, I echo what you're saying. And it's almost incredible how long it has...well, how long it has taken, but how long it's taking for the wider world to realize how many things are actually coming to the fore in manufacturing right now. Give us a sense of what this environment looks like. Well, there are many buzzwords, but what is digital manufacturing? Let's start sort of simple here. ENNO: Yeah, digital manufacturing, actually, it's interesting. It's an interesting term. So when we worked with the World Economic Forum, we defined digital manufacturing as 110 use cases that are spread across...roughly half of them within the factory walls. And then something like predictive maintenance, very apparent, but then half of them also outside of the four walls. So how do you connect to product development, get your products faster developed? Most likely with virtual reality, with digital twins. How do you connect to the customer? How do you get customer orders in and immediately propagate them down to the shop floor and all the way back to the customer where the product lands? And you want to have this in one digital thread, how we call that. So that's very exciting. So that's digital manufacturing. It's very much about augmenting the operator. As I said before, it's not so much about this idea that was out there in the '80s and '90s about the lighthouse factory and full automation. Nobody is talking about this. This is really a concert of how we are bringing technologies to allow the operator to bring out better products in higher quality, in higher agility, and more sustainable. TROND: I know industry 4.0 is a big term. But at the forum, there's also this notion of this fourth industrial revolution, so very specifically calling it a revolution. How do you feel about those things? Are they even sort of perhaps wider terms than just focusing on the worker? ENNO: I think it's interesting. I think it's partly we have an evolution because the manufacturing sector you cannot change overnight. It's very complex to manufacture products, and you need many technologies. So it feels not like this is happening overnight. Though I would say now, with what we have gone through with this terrible pandemic over the last year, it has almost switched, and it totally accelerated the digital transformation. So I feel now it's becoming much more of a revolution because I'm seeing examples where innovation is not stopping anywhere. Like we have one lighthouse that we got new on the lighthouse platform from Alibaba. They took an entirely new stand on how do you do apparel manufacture? How do you produce jeans? Now, that sounds very simple and sounds very labor intense. They took a stand at this and fully connected it to the customer to get their ideas on how that would work, but then fully digitized it. And that allows them to create products, new apparel in only 30% of the time and also bringing it to the customer 70% faster than anything we have seen before. So there's a real revolution going on and a renaissance, I would say, of manufacturing and the art of the possible. I would say the limit is the sky. TROND: But you said lighthouse. When you say lighthouse, to me, I'm thinking of a navigational tower created out there in the ocean with lights and signals to navigate against. Give me a sense of what this metaphor means and what you have used when you built out this Lighthouse Network at the forum. What does it mean, and what's the purpose? And why this metaphor? ENNO: Yeah, and I think it's great that you're asking because I got a lot of questions at the beginning. "Is lighthouse the right word, Enno? Lighthouse is where we are driving on rocks. Is that not negative?" And I said, "No." It's like the light. We need always role models. We need examples that we can latch on. We need things that we can learn from, that are lighthouses. Lighthouses are a towering example. They are high. They are shining out, and they're shining the way. And I'm a sailor, so I love lighthouses. So when I'm coming to the coast and the first thing I see is this light. And it's going up, and it's leading me the way, and then I'm coming nearer. I get the contours. And that's a lighthouse. So what is the lighthouse? The lighthouse is, we said it's not a shiny object. Stop with these shiny objects. It's not about technology forward; that's wrong. It's not about building an ivory tower, and everyone is looking in very different. Three things we're looking for with WEF Lighthouse; first of all, we want to see impact at scale. Secondly, we want to see that unleashed by several use cases, several technologies that enable that, like really innovation there. And then, we want to see that this is sustainable, that there are the measures and the enablers below that is not only sustainable but also scalable. That is, for us, a lighthouse, and that's something that is exciting people. And they say, "Well, I want to..." I get every week a call "I want to have a lighthouse in my organization. How do I do this?" And that's exactly what we wanted to create. We wanted to create that everyone gets a feeling of what really is industry 4.0. TROND: Well, so then here's my question. How did this project get started, and how do you select lighthouses? And what exactly do you collect once you have selected lighthouses, and how is it that then it becomes helpful? Is it kind of a collection of videos from the sites? Is it interviews with the people who have designed the work processes there? What is it exactly? ENNO: Yeah, it started...as always, the first try is not working. [laughs] So when we started it, the first idea I had I said look, we need these lighthouses. We need examples. It's like in the old lean terms where we had Japan; we had Toyota, we had Honda, as ways to go for the manufacturing community to learn. I said, "We need to create the Japan of digital manufacturing." And the first answer that I got from a couple of executives where I was on an executive committee, they said, "Hell no. We'll not share our secret sauce. We're ahead, and we don't want that others learn from it." And I said, "I think that's wrong. You need open innovation. You need to share," Because this is such a dynamic environment where you can only stay ahead if you fully open collaborate, and learn from the best, and then stay ahead." And it turned out to be true. And then I found the World Economic Forum. They loved the idea. We started to build this app jointly. And it's now something that everyone in the manufacturing industry aspires. So that's how it started. It was a lot of work. So we started almost three years ago to build this with the World Economic Forum. And we still feel we're only at the very beginning. We have now 54 lighthouses and more than a dozen, actually, to be announced soon that are coming out. But if you put this into perspective, this is 50 out of 10 million factories, so a lot of work to be done. TROND: How many lighthouses should there be? ENNO: I think there should be many, many more. And I think every organization should have at least a handful or a dozen lighthouses. Because what we find is you need different lighthouses in an organization. You need maybe a lighthouse that shows you how you connect your product development to manufacturing. You maybe need a lighthouse on how do you connect to the customer? You need a really sustainable lighthouse. So there are already three. And then you need to start to use this lighthouse. A lighthouse is not a mean by itself. I think then you need to start that you get the entire organization to kind of moving to transform the entire value chain, the entire production network. So you could almost see that. And that's how I see it. I think we're very blessed with these lighthouses because, for me, they are a little bit of the window into the future. That should be the standard in three, four years for any manufacturer. So if you ask me, maybe 10 million so all the factories should become lighthouses. Now, every lighthouse will be a little bit different and needs to be built within its context. TROND: But are you saying that in order to qualify to be a lighthouse, there is an aspect that is better than the average? Because otherwise, you shouldn't be looking at it. Now I'm just trying to figure out, well, one, you how you select it, and on what features you select these things. And on the aspirational side, if I'm a factory owner or an organization and I think I'm inspired by what you're saying, how do I interact with this project? And how do I learn from the lighthouse? How do I build my own lighthouse? What is this thing? ENNO: So I think you're spot on. We said we wanted to create the Japan of digital manufacturing, that was a vision, and that is still to be true. So what we want to have on the platform is lighthouses that bring learnings to others, that are willing to share those, and that are towering, and these learnings are important and interesting enough that everyone can learn from it. So yes, it should be over the average. It should be better than anything. It should be a best practice. Yes, of course. We are not looking for someone who has invested a ton of money into technology and has not gotten any returns out of it. There are a lot of examples of that. We are looking for the ones who have smartly invested into technology, also driven the people transformation, also have driven a business transformation with technology and with that created impact at scale. That's the number one we're looking for: impact at scale. Number two is, is it driven through real technology innovation? And are these use cases there? And then is this sustainable? Is this just kind of a quick blip of a performance? Or is this something where we feel that this company is taking this lighthouse really to fully transform themselves and literally the cluster they are working in? TROND: Can you give me some concrete examples so some of these lighthouses? There are 54 that have been announced. I mean, that's too much to cover in one quick talk, but give me a sense of what kinds of things you already have in the portfolio. ENNO: Yeah, so we started initially with factory lighthouses, so the ones that are very factory. We had initially 16, and then we scaled this up. One example is, for example, Procter & Gamble, the Rakona site, really interesting, was about to be closed. They had one last chance, and the factory team was amazing. They said, "We go all in. If you let us do it, we will go in. We take the challenge." And they turned around the site with digital, with fully digitizing it. It was really on the bottom of the P&G manufacturing sites. It was a brownfield; I think 100 years old, very, very traditional. And they transformed it fully. And they are now one of the top performing sites in the Procter & Gamble network, which says something and which says that anyone who has the ambition and has the leadership and is going full in can do it. It's not a question of whether you're a greenfield; this is a brownfield. It's not a question of whether you're a new site or an old site. That's one example. Another good example, because we have quite a breadth there, I talked about Alibaba, a digital native company that fully went into apparel manufacturing to innovate apparel manufacturing. Another example is Henkel. They had very ambitious sustainability goals from the very get-go. They said, "We can only achieve that through digital transformation." They connected over 30 sites with a digital twin. They get really deep into the energy management, into predictive actions. And they were able to reduce their energy consumption by 38% and their water consumption by 25%, very sustainable example. Another one is Schneider Electric, and I could go on, who reduced their carbon footprint by 78%. So we're not talking about let's do another 10%. If someone comes to me and says, "Look, let's do another 10% of this," I say, "Okay, you most likely don't need [inaudible 18:08]. Think harder. How do you want to hit customer breakpoints? How do you want to do something really spectacular? And then let's build the full stack of digital together to innovate that." TROND: Well, you've already given out some secrets, I guess, around transforming operations strategy these days. Is a lighthouse strategy the first thing you recommend when you go into a company these days, or what is your approach? Because you are an operation strategy expert in manufacturing. Is that the first thing you suggest, or is it kind of to look inward? Or what is the first thing one should do today? ENNO: The first question I have is, what business impact do you need to drive? Because that determines everything because a lighthouse is not a lighthouse. So, first of all, I need to know whether you want to drive growth, whether you want to drive agility, mass customization, sustainability, productivity, or speed to market. Let me know that. And that's already a hard question because a lot of CXOs, CEOs, COOs say, "Well, I haven't thought about it. I thought I'm coming to you, and we're building a lighthouse." I say, "No, we're not building a lighthouse just for the lighthouse sakes." So let's figure out what is really the business impact you need, then let's go from there backwards and say, out of the 110 use cases that we have seen in the lighthouses, what are the ones that will really help you? Typically, it's 20 to 30, maybe 40 use cases that immediately will drive fundamental value. Let's take them. And then the most important thing is let's figure out how do we scale this? Because that's what has been the biggest challenge, and I would say that is what differentiates the 1% of the lighthouses, or less than 1% of the lighthouses, and the rest of the 99%. It's called pilot purgatory. We've seen thousands of flowers bloom approaches, pilots, over pilots, and they are not scaling. TROND: Why is there such a purgatory? Why is it so hard? And what did those 1% do that the others don't? ENNO: I think we are looking at this question for quite long. And I think it's partly; I would say, cultural in the manufacturing sector. The manufacturing sector in the past was the one that would...as a CEO, you're asked, okay, give me another 5% cost reduction and don't interrupt the production. There was no question of, okay, look at this strategically. Tell me about how manufacturing can be a competitive advantage. So really, the thinking and being strategic about manufacturing, I think that's one part. The other part that I think is cultural is lean has learned us...and lean is really a fundamental and important part of the digital transformation. But lean has learned us to disaggregate, to democratize, and to spread literally everything across all our production network and let everyone do a little bit of something. Now the problem is that we'll be coming back in the future, and this is great. Democratizing technology is the right thing to do. But at the beginning, to get this started and getting out of pilot purgatory, you need to have some kind of a guided approach that is strategic, that is focused, and that is building certain capabilities that most likely these companies have not in their networks. TROND: So are there really distillable, small nuggets of best practices in this field of manufacturing? Or is it so complicated that everybody has to....yes, they can look for paragons in the lighthouses. But you have also said one of the reasons you're so fascinated with this is you have to just hear the music. So what is the balance of, I guess, listening to your own music, really just figuring out what is happening in my own work process versus looking at other people's work process? What is the balance between the internal, the external, the inspiration versus the perspiration, I guess? ENNO: I think it's, like always, you need to start from where you are. And I think I'm glad that you asked this question. This is not about taking the lighthouse, and then that's my blueprint, and then let's just do it and copy it. No, it won't work. You need to start from where you are. So it starts with a diagnostic. It starts with, as I said earlier, it starts with what business goals. Everyone has different business goals. Then it starts with where's your situation? So how do you manufacture? There are thousands of different types of manufacturing. So what's your starting situation? What's your maturity? What's your capabilities? What's your tech capability? All of that and then build on that. I think there's for anyone a tailored journey on how do you then mobilize your people? How do you build the right capabilities in-house to be then really able to scale something? And there are a lot of learnings from the lighthouses how they have gone about it, how they have mastered to excite the shop floor. All of these lighthouses the people love it, so they get them excited. But you need to get the middle management also excited because they are sometimes I call them the clay layer or something. They're maybe not so excited about all this change. So you need to get them on board that it's really helping them to do their job better. So that's something you need to figure out. And then you need to figure out...that's another thing that is big is, in the past in manufacturing, we have already said, okay, the IT guys leave the IT guys where they are, and we're only calling them when we really need them. But you need to closely work with IT because otherwise, you cannot scale it. And then, you will need to work with OT like the operations technology so connecting the sensor. So there's a lot to do. And I think you need to find your own way, and the puzzle pieces are in the Lighthouse Network. You can find them there. And then, you need to put your puzzle together. TROND: I know you've worked with this for a long time. What are some of the surprises along the way that have shown up in your work? In your experience, what are some of the good and bad surprises that you have learned along the way, things that you didn't expect either when you built out the Lighthouse Network or as you have been spending time listening to this factory music? ENNO: Yeah, I saw a couple of surprises. So one biggest surprise for me is...so I'm German, but I came over to New York 10 years ago. And so I'm pretty now in the U.S. I'm rooting for the US. I'm also rooting for German engineering. But guess what? The U.S. is behind on adopting these technologies. And it's not behind on developing; it has fabulous startups. It has fabulous technology companies. But the digital transformation is not happening in the U.S., not as much as in China, and also not as much as in Europe. And we should ask all ourselves, why is that? How do we mobilize the U.S. manufacturing? That's for me, one, and I can tell you I have turned every stone in the U.S. and looked under every stone to find lighthouses here. But the fact is we have many, many more lighthouses in China. And the fact is also, if you look at them, they are freaking exciting. So we can learn from China. Is that a surprise? Yes, that is a surprise. That surprised me. TROND: Does this make you popular walking around in America when you point this out? ENNO: No, most likely not. But I want to help U.S. manufacturing. I'm totally excited about U.S. manufacturing. And I think there is all the capabilities. We have the technology here. We have the leadership. We just need to do it, just do it. And as you said, it's about getting the inspiration. I think we should very quickly look at what's out there, and then figure out a way, and then put real effort behind it. And the U.S. has shown that over and over again, once we rally around something, we can really achieve big things. TROND: But what is the problem here? Is it a technology fix or maybe an overconfidence in, you know, the U.S. has always been innovative, and we're leading everywhere and not looking at the human aspects? Or is it specifically a training challenge? Is it a misunderstanding of how some of these things work? Is it just the old outsourcing thing that people have just said, "Well, all of that stuff is going to happen in foreign factories anyway? It's not important here anymore"? Or how did it start, and how do you think we can get out of it here in the U.S.? ENNO: I think we have neglected manufacturing. We have neglected manufacturing in the entire Western world. We found an easy way to offshore and bring it to low-cost countries. A couple of decades ago, we have written off manufacturing and have said, okay, there will be a constant decline in manufacturing. Now, I did a study in Germany, I think ten years ago. And honestly, the result of the study was sobering because there was no digital and there were no ideas. We couldn't bring ideas together to innovate manufacturing. Now, I must say what I've seen now and what is possible is, well, you can be really competitive in the U.S. with manufacturing because the labor differential is not the core thing. But what you need to do is you need to invest, and you need to invest in the people. You need to build and rescale. And you need to augment with the technology, your people, and make sure that they get more productive. That's what you need to do, and then you can be productive. So I think there's something happening now, and I can see that it's really taking off. The conversations I had over the last six months, I would say, are fundamentally different from what I've seen before. So I'm very optimistic. TROND: That's great to hear. Next for me in my mind is you spend all of your time presumably on this. Where do you go to get your insight? How do you sharpen your teeth? Are there influencers to look at, or are there particular lighthouses? Or do you use yourself a lighthouse strategy? Or how do you digest all of the evolving manufacturing insight that's floating around? I'm just curious. ENNO: That's a great question. So first of all, I sometimes sneak into some of these factory visits, and I just do a real go see and see what they are doing. And I'm at the source [laughs], so I have the benefit. We have a big team, and they have walked all their shop floors. And I can let them walk first, and then they tell me, "Enno, this is the factory really," or "This is a supply chain that you should really see," and then I can do that. So that's one inspiration. I think another inspiration is we have an amazing industry 4.0 expert panel that we have created with the WEF that is literally selecting these lighthouses. And it's very independent, so I'm not on there to make this also very independent. But it's a power source. There are 30 individuals around the globe that I would say are the most experienced in industry 4.0, and it's some academics. I think the right portion of academics is important. But then it's also a lot of practitioners. And that's where I'm getting my inspiration. And then, I get my inspiration typically from client work. I'm spending time with CEOs with COOs. And we are at the moment building something truly amazing in the biotech sector, where we're literally bringing all the best of digital manufacturing to this client. And that's for me always an innovation with young teams, with people who really want to make a difference, and then with people who have really a lot of domain expertise. So I think also these teams of bringing the young, aggressive, technology-minded, and then bring the ones in manufacturing who have the domain expertise, who have seen this for 20-30 years, bringing this together in teams is a true inspiration. TROND: What about the future? Where are we heading? We've talked a little bit about it. You think it's a very exciting situation. Things are coming together. But we've also spoken about how long things take. Is there a danger now that the story has become one of revolution? And indeed, there are so many exciting things happening, yet they have taken a while. How do you see this? What's next? And how fast is the next going to evolve? We have talked a little bit about the U.S. being somewhat behind, at least from this lighthouse context, other places. How quickly is this entire thing kind of coming together? And what's the outlook really for manufacturing? ENNO: [laughs] I will give you not a timing answer because I built my first digital manufacturing startup in '99. And it was just 20 years too early, and it failed miserably. Because all the ideas were right and if I would have built it now, it would be maybe very successful but 20 years...so I will not give you an answer on timing. But I would say that we have audacious goals in the world. So number one, I think we really need to do something in terms of sustainability. The carbon footprint of manufacturing sector is 20%, 54% of the energy consumption worldwide comes out of the factory and out of manufacturing. And we've seen the lighthouse examples. We have maybe a dozen of lighthouses that make truly an impact on how we go to carbon neutral. So how do we scale this up? That's for me, one. And I would say we have the toolset. We have the examples. We have the role models. We need to grab it by the horns and do it. That's number one. I think number two is with this pandemic which is really bad, is there's a need for rethinking, and there's a need for growth. And there's a need on how do we master through a looming recession? And one thing we're seeing with the lighthouses is they're a true inspiration for growth. So how do you grow with best digital capabilities? So I think the good news is we have the toolbox. It's ready. We have a real momentum here. Now we need to get everyone on board and everyone doing their work because a lot of work is for the next years ahead of us. [laughs] But there will be also great outcomes out of that. So it's always worthwhile the journey. [laughs] TROND: So do I take it that for you, there is a true renaissance of manufacturing? I mean, the last Renaissance came after a plague, arguably, right? I mean, if you look at a very long historical perspective, the Renaissance came out of the Black Death; at least that's one version of the story. Without making that entire comparison, taking it too far, the Renaissance of manufacturing, it can happen, you think? ENNO: It is happening, and not can happen. It is happening. What I've seen is when it hit us in New York in March, my practice, we were doing usually physical shop floor visits, and we switch within the day to virtual. It was possible. We couldn't believe it before that it's possible. We went 100% virtual. I talked to CEOs that entirely managed their shop floor network from the couch in a way that they had their digital tools to really know what's going on because they couldn't go to the factory. So I think it's really happening. And if this pandemic has one positive, I think it gave us the pause and also the need to really rethink, and that's what is happening now. So, I see Renaissance, yes. And we have also seen how important some products are that we need those products. They are important for not only the well-being, but they are like life critical in part. So having that seen, it was a good wake-up call. And this will foster a lot of innovation in the coming years. TROND: Fascinating. Enno, thank you so much for this talk. I hope we can stay in touch. ENNO: Trond, it was a pleasure. Thank you so much. TROND: You have just listened to Episode 4 of the Augmented podcast with host Trond Arne Undheim. The topic was A Renaissance of Manufacturing. Our guest was Enno de Boer, Partner and Digital Manufacturing Lead at McKinsey & Company. In this conversation, we talk about what is digital manufacturing? How to transform operations strategy, best practices, specifically the World Economic Forum Global Lighthouse Factories. We also tackle future developments: how to stay up to date in this fast-moving field, and what's next? My takeaway is that manufacturing is indeed undergoing a renaissance. There should be a tremendous amount of excitement among policymakers, industry professionals, and frontline workers about the changes in play. Technologies are maturing. The digital factory is becoming a reality. For those who already took on board the lessons of lean manufacturing and are exploring the latest opportunities, automation has become augmentation. Yet, there's still a lot to learn. The World Economic Forum's Lighthouse factories is one place to seek inspiration. Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at augmentedpodcast.co or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars. If you liked this episode, you might also like Episode 1 on From Automation to Augmentation or Episode 2 on How to Train Augmented Workers. Augmented — the industry 4.0 podcast. Special Guest: Enno de Boer.

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3371 - MINI Previews EV Styling; Honda Teases Prologue BEV; Car Dealers Reporting Record Profits

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 10:09


- Russia Cuts EU Gas, Threatens Car Production - Car Dealers Reporting Record Profits - Honda Teases Prologue BEV - MINI Previews EV Styling - Toyota's Battery Swaps for Trucks - Hyundai Group to Develop Lunar Rovers - BYD To Enter Japanese Market - NHTSA Opens Investigations into GM, Ford and Stellantis - How BMW Plans to Cut CO2 Emissions

Autoline Daily
AD #3371 - MINI Previews EV Styling; Honda Teases Prologue BEV; Car Dealers Reporting Record Profits

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 10:10


- Russia Cuts EU Gas, Threatens Car Production- Car Dealers Reporting Record Profits- Honda Teases Prologue BEV- MINI Previews EV Styling- Toyota's Battery Swaps for Trucks- Hyundai Group to Develop Lunar Rovers- BYD To Enter Japanese Market- NHTSA Opens Investigations into GM, Ford and Stellantis- How BMW Plans to Cut CO2 Emissions

Everyday Driver Car Debate
721: The Slow And The Curious, Dukes Of Audio, A Half-Million Miles

Everyday Driver Car Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 69:48 Very Popular


Alternate episode titles include “Engine Awareness,” “Love The Badge Engineer,” and “Slightly More Leathered.” The guys discuss fake engine noise in movies and speculate why car enthusiasts are the way they are. Social media questions ask which manufacturer should change its name and/or logo to reflect the vehicles they're currently building, why hasn't Honda put Acura SH-AWD into the Civic Type R, and how do you afford the time and money to drive on track more often? Seasons 1-10 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide. Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at everydaydrivertv@gmail.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!

The Carpool with Kelly and Lizz
BACK FROM THE BEACH

The Carpool with Kelly and Lizz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 47:57 Very Popular


“Do you even know us?!” These two rusty gals are back from vacation, just hit 500,000 downloads of the Carpool Podcast, and want to send a huge thank you to their listeners! Lizz is getting married in two weeks and reports on the last of her dress saga. After a tiff with a disgruntled employee, a chat with the shop owner, and a few more fittings, Lizz finally has THE dress in her hands!  In the millennial word of the day segment, Kelly and Lizz admit, “Drip we are not, dry we are,” in their biker shorts and tanks.  Their most recent trip to 30A was full of chilling in the best way, minus the $14 hot dogs and chicken nuggets by the pool. A highlight of the trip that inspired today's test drive was the completely unhinged candy store. The gals didn't come home with sardine candy canes or hot dog cotton candies, but they are giving some Fruit Loop, Kool Aid, and Sour Patch grape gummies a try.  Next up on Kelly and Lizz's last three debit card transactions, Kelly's on a health kick and feeling inspired in the kitchen, Lizz flushes $58 down the drain, and Kelly tackles a home reno update.  In industry news, Rivian rolls out their first electric Amazon delivery vehicles and reports a staggering list of reservations for their new R1S SUV. The new Honda CRV stokes the Rav 4 battle and proves it's a car to watch, which Kelly and Lizz would love to do at a Honda event (wink wink, Honda!). Today's episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens. Free travel packs and vitamin D for Kelly and Lizz listeners! AthleticGreens.com/carpool for this deal. To share your ditch the drive through recipe with us call (959) CAR-POOL and leave us a message! Want our advice on your next car (or just got a life question for us)? Shoot us an email for a chance to get your questions featured on the show at hello@thecarmomofficial.com Follow the Carpool Podcast on IG Follow Kelly on IG Follow Lizz on IG Visit thecarmomofficial.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Arrive Alive!
Kevin The "BMW Guy" Talks Wrenching, Riding & Safety

Arrive Alive!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 56:34


By day, Kevin is an engineer at Polaris as engineer on Indian Motorcycles. At night and on weekends, he rides and repairs BMW motorcycles. Kevin graduated with a 4.0 from MMI, completed the famed BMW Step Program, and is an expert BMW Motorcycle Mechanic. Today he shares his love for riding and how he stays safe!

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
2050: Akamai - Build, Deliver, and Secure Digital Experiences.

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 29:00


Dr. Robert Blumofe (Bobby), EVP and CTO of Akamai Technologies, discusses where the bar has been set for digital transformation at the enterprise level and how organisations globally can keep pace with those setting the gold standard. We also discuss how those lagging in their digital journey can catch up without exposing their security infrastructures to risk. We talk about the pivotal role that Zero Trust plays in defending against increasing cyber-attacks in the new world of work. Finally, we explore why the centralised cybersecurity model underpinned by a centralised technology stack is no longer effective against cyber threats that increasingly originate from the edge of a network. Akamai is a cloud company that helps companies build, deliver, and secure digital experiences. The company has more than 8,000 employees worldwide and, in 2021, generated $3.5 billion globally. More than 50% of the Fortune 500 use Akamai's products and services, and its customers include the likes of Lufthansa, Airbnb, and Honda.

Auto Insider
Honda SLASHES Production 30% | Hyundai & Kia DOWN 20% | Car Shortage Update | Episode 191

Auto Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:08 Very Popular


Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach discuss the latest news reports from Honda, Hyundai, and Kia. It seem automakers from Asia are struggling much more than their peers when it comes to the car shortage. Tune in to learn more!

Solo Cleaning School
Keys to Solo Longevity II

Solo Cleaning School

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 21:24


 In "Keys to Solo Longevity I", I established a few foundational principles. First of all, there is a clear difference in a Ford and a Honda. I prefer my cleaning machine to operate more like a Honda. They last longer and require less maintenance... and I shared this from my experience having owned 4 Fords and 8 Hondas in 30 years. Secondly, we deconstructed the domination and longevity of all-time sports greats Tom Brady, Cal Ripken, Jr., Serena Williams, and Roger Federer. Each of these greats believed very deeply that we will get out of our machines what we put into them. I shared the sleeping, dietary, and exercise training routines of each. Serena valued strength training through HIIT, while her male counterpart in tennis Roger Federer valued 12 hours of sleep per day. Cal valued exercise and strength training more after each birthday, which helped him to become MLB's Iron Man. Tom does everything. He's a cyborg. Can we emulate what these peak performers have done? We can try! In this episode, I will share my own health journey and winning routines. It's my hope that you can make a small change and stay consistent over time so you can reap the rewards of a long solo cleaning career. Step aside Tom Brady and Serena Williams. Here comes Ken Carfagno. My professional solo cleaning career started at 28. At this point, my solo cleaning stats are ranked #1 in the industry. I guess that makes me the G.O.A.T., which means I'll be inducted into the Solo Cleaning Hall of Fame. Oh, you didn't know about that... did you?! Maybe I'll start it. Anyway, I'm still in the field cleaning every week, but no where near what I used to do solo. I'm 45-years-old and have dealt with my share of ups and downs. I've torn both meniscus in my knees, a tendon in my right elbow, and sprained my left wrist. Injury has been difficult. I've dealt with major fatigue, nausea, vertigo, and brain fog in my 8 year battle against Chronic Lyme Disease. I know what chronic symptoms are like and have fought through them. I have woken up at 6am to clean all day after no sleep as we raised 5 babies over the years. They tend to keep you from sleep. I share this to relate to you. I have been there, yet I have been consistent for 17 years. What has set me apart? I believe it's several daily habits.Sleep - I agree with Roger Federer that sleep is vital. Outside of my late cleaning nights or sleepless baby nights, I have disciplined myself to follow the advice in Shawn Stevenson's book "Sleep Smarter". I firmly believe that sleep is the foundation of a great day. I believe it is a keystone or cornerstone habit. It's the one ring that controls the others. I don't always hit this goal. I aim to wind down from the day, cut the screens off, take my nighttime vitamins, and get to sleep by 10:30pm and wake up by 6:30am. That's 8 hours on an ideal night.Water & Vitamins - I drink 2 pints of purified water or around 30 ounces first-thing! This gives my internals a morning bath and gets things moving (if you know what I mean). I also take my morning vitamins including a multivitamin, Omega 3, Vitamin D, NAC, and possibly other supplements that were part of a healing protocol of the time. Bible - I love starting my day with my Creator by listening to the bible while I exercise, get ready, shower. I also enjoy reading the bible or a devotional and praying. This sets my day toward others with gratitude. Read the rest of this article at the Smart Cleaning School website

WorldAffairs
The Story of Vincent Chin, and How It Became A Rallying Cry for Asian Americans

WorldAffairs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 36:40


On a summer night in 1982, a Chinese-American man named Vincent Chin was brutally murdered by two white men in a racially-motivated attack in Detroit. His death, and the failure of the courts to hold his killers accountable, sparked a civil rights outcry and marked a turning point for the Asian-American community.    We revisit an interview with filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña about her documentary, “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” to learn about the movement sparked by Chin's story.   For more information, check out Renee Tajima-Pena's documentary, Who Killed Vincent Chin?, and Tajima-Pena's docuseries, Asian Americans.   Guests:   Renee Tajima-Peña, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker and Professor of Asian American Studies at UCLA   Host:   Ray Suarez

Hard Parking Podcast
Free sandwiches for life, more Jhae Pfenning

Hard Parking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 34:01


ep131 In this episode, Jhae recaps his weekend in Vegas which involved two steaks prepared well-done and an auto accident involving a taxi and a Tesla. In the car news segment, Honda unveiled the new Honda Civic Type R, and BMW has once again lost it's collective minds. Finally, would you get a tattoo if it meant free food for life? Connect with the show · Instagram JhaePfenning · Support us on Patreon · YouTube HardParkingPodcast · Facebook · Twitter JhaePfenning · Support This Podcast on Anchor · HardParkingPodcast@gmail.com Hard Parking Media LLC Jhae Pfenning --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardparking/support

The Rise Guys
CROTCH ROCKET DRAMA

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 0:52


More Miker on MIker drama for you