Today's guest is Bibhrajit Halder, Founder and CEO at SafeAI in Santa Clara, CA. Founded in 2017, SafeAI are accelerating the World's Transition to Autonomous Mining and Construction. Safe AI's open and interoperable solution is giving off-highway equipment owners access to vehicle-agnostic autonomy that previously didn't exist. The significant value of this is demonstrated through gains in increased worksite productivity, safety and cost savings. Enabled by autonomy, each vehicle can add approximately 1,000 additional hours of productivity per year. It's the difference between capital projects being completed in four years instead of five, and significantly under or over budget. This is the beginning of a new era for heavy industry an era that is smarter, safer and more productive than ever. SafeAI is at the forefront of this movement to transition heavy industry to connected and autonomous worksites. In the episode, Bibhrajit will discuss: The interesting work they do at SafeAI, How he has seen the autonomous industry evolve over the past 20 years, Behind the scenes into how they are using AI, Use cases of the benefits they bring to customers, What excites him for the future of SafeAI & Exciting opportunities to join the team at SafeAI
Four Gonzaga Bulldogs, Andrew Nembhard, Julian Strawther, Drew Timme, and Chet Holmgren, were invited to participate in the NBA Draft combine next week. Noticeably absent is Rasir Bolton - could the transfer guard return to Spokane for one more year under Mark Few? Today's episode discusses what the draft combine means for our Zags, and we also take a full look around the WCC and the transfer additions, including two huge newcomers for Steve Lavin and the San Diego Toreros - Jaiden Delaire from Stanford and Eric Williams from Oregon - while also looking at BYU and USF's recent additions. Finally, a quick look at the GU baseball program ahead of their weekend series against Santa Clara, and we end the week sharing a lovely story of friendship and Pryzemek Karnowski for Fan Story Friday: https://linktr.ee/LockedOnZags. Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "A Famine Is no Time for Faithlessness" during the Wednesday Evening service on May 11, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Evidence of Not Being Spirit-filled" during the Sunday Evening service on May 8, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Ingredients of a Great Home" during the Sunday Morning service on May 8, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
The Gonzaga Bulldogs already landed Efton Reid via the NCAA transfer portal, but now Mark Few has his sights set on Iowa State's Tyrese Hunter, who is reportedly deciding between Kansas and the Zags. Today's episode discusses Hunter and his potential fit at GU, while also discussing the proposed schedule initiative that would have non-conference games in mid-February between evenly matched teams as a way to help seed the NCAA Tournament. It is, as Matt Norlander put it, Bracket Busters on steroids. After breaking down what that could mean for Gonzaga, we also look at the GU baseball program ahead of their weekend series against Santa Clara, and we end the week sharing a John Stockton story for Fan Story Friday: https://linktr.ee/LockedOnZags. Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
MaxFunDrive 2022!Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers!Games played: Dr. Press Cowfrence submitted by Sarah Martin from Roeland Park, Kansas, Dr. Kvetch-Phrase! submitted by Roxanne Harvey from Louisville, Kentucky, and Well Wishes submitted by JJ van der Put from Spokane, WashingtonCallers: Reyna from Santa Clara, California; Mary from Minneapolis, Minnesota; Grace, Carey, Theresa, and Trouty from Spokane, Washington; Brian & baby from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Sean & Hannah from Richmond, Virginia; Victoria & Max (in a car) from Chatham, New YorkOutro theme by Brady Brown from Stillwater, OklahomaIf you'd like to support this show by becoming a MaxFun member or upgrading your membership, go to maximumfun.org/join!We've got bonus content for MaxFun High-Fivers and a gift embroidered patch for Friends of the Family-level members!
This Episode contains Conversations about but not limited to: A Jersey Reveal, Ferdinand Magalhaes (Magellan), Bernardo Silva Runs Man City, Vinnie Volta skips past Fernandinho, All German Finals in Europa League, Roma look to strike Leicester with the Lightning, Haircuts, Benfica saved once again by "Darween", a thorough look at Benfica's line up, understanding Schmidtt, Reliable Journalist's and transfer tales, Gotze & Di Maria & Matic & Wittsel & David Luiz, Penalty calls all over Portugal, Vizela punch up to Porto but still get the L, Sportings run-in with Gil Vicente, Ricardo Sa Pinto has a Breakdown, The Moreirense Saga, Santa Clara trying to hang on to their boys, Soccer Economics, Ronaldo is on Fire for United, Bruno bags a Goal, The Wolves get Boo'd off at home, Penalty debates, Mata and Matic farewells, Rafael Leao smiling his way to the top, More Cigar Photos, RIP Riaola, Other fun news about players abroad, York United and Toronto FC games, Stonk of the Week, & Joao Wonder! Enjoy! This Episode is fueled by: Esspresso + Beirao, New Jerseys, & our Boooooys in BLUUUE MAKE SURE TO LEAVE US A RATING AND REVIEW! Twitter: @joao_wonder Instagram: @theportugalcorner Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/ThePortugalCorner Google: email@example.com Anchor: https://anchor.fm/joao-wonder Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/3JhYDg9UQ5mpMMOkaItpwx Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-portugal-corner/id1553421610?l=en Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80YzM4YzQ1Yy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw=
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Monday, May 2, 2022 Monday's show began with a recap of the four former BYU Football players who got their chance to play on Sunday and what the prospects are for each to make their respective rosters, led by Tyler Allgeier's fifth-round selection by the Atlanta Falcons Attention then shifted to the news of BYU men's basketball swingman Seneca Knight entering the NCAA Transfer Portal and what it may mean for Mark Pope as well as well wishes to former BYU forward Gavin Baxter, who is headed to Utah Finally, the show wrapped up with No. 45 in the Top-50 Player Countdown as Jake talked about Gary Sheide before recapping a record-setting weekend for the BYU women's track team, baseball's weekend at USF, softball's sweep of Santa Clara and men's golf Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline - BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens - Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Not Right Now" during the Sunday Evening service on May 1, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "Above All–Faith" during the Wednesday Evening service on April 27, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
This Episode contains Conversations about but not limited to: About Schmidtt, Florentino, 25th of April, Stonk-o-meter, Talkin Taca, Porto getting their First loss off of Ricardo Horta's big butt, Marcus Edwards supposedly scores a goal for Sporting CP, Big Benfica Scoreless in the league, Little Benfica win big in Uefa, BSAD gets feisty, Tagawa scores possibly the goal of the year for Santa Clara, Shout out to Australia, Arsenal turns things around with two huge wins, Cristiano Ronaldo hits 100 in the premier league, Bruno misses the net & the great Penalty kick debate is resumed, Where will Ronaldo go next? Serena Williams and Lewis Hamilton put their money down on Chelsea FC's go fund me, Everton FC needs to buy Everton, Adam Lallana's empty promises, William Carvalho hits it big in the Copa Del Rey, Inter rips it up in Italy and silences the Challengers, Tonali's celebration is analyzed, Der Klassiker leads to Bayerns 10th straight Bundesliga win, Ligue 1 comes to an end as PSG unspectacularly clinch first place, Jota turns it on for Celtic again, we put our money where our mouths are for the world cup, Stonk of the Week, & Joao Wonder! Enjoy! This Episode is fueled by: Persunto Ruffles, Prego Sammis, & 25th of April! Join us on the RealFevr app and join our Portuguese league Fantasy season in the league "The Portugal Corner" Please make sure to rate and review us wherever you get your PODs! Twitter: @joao_wonder Instagram: @theportugalcorner Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/ThePortugalCorner Google: firstname.lastname@example.org Anchor: https://anchor.fm/joao-wonder Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/3JhYDg9UQ5mpMMOkaItpwx Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-portugal-corner/id1553421610?l=en Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80YzM4YzQ1Yy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw=
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Hindered Prayers" during the Sunday Evening service on April 24, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Casting All Your Care on Him" during the Sunday Morning service on April 24, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Hip Hop lost one of its best representations of the culture on April 17th, when a long battle with covid claimed the life of Keith Grayson aka Dj Kay Slay. He embodied every element of Hip Hop and dedicated his life to spreading it wherever he could. We reflect on his contributions across his many different platforms. Nas and Wu-Tang Clan announce a joint tour making its way to Oakland in October. We try to guess where the show might be and give our takes on whether or not we'll attend. Kendrick Lamar has announced his return will come Friday the 13th of May 2022 with his new studio album "Mr. Morale And The Big Steppas". We give our thoughts on what this means for the upcoming drops scheduled as well as Summer tours. Coachella happened over the weekend we breakdown the little bits we seen while discussing a festival announced for San Francisco in August. Big news in the NFL when Deebo Samuel demands a trade out of Santa Clara. We talk possible landing spots and what may be worth giving up to get him in Vegas. NBA Playoffs are heating up with the Warriors coming out to a 2-0 start. We talk about how their current success could change their starting lineup going forward. We honor the late great Guru of Gangstarr as well as the anniversary of his passing was the 19th of April. All that and more on episode 80 of Unprofessional AF Podcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ramon-barraza85/message
Buenos días desde La Habana, soy Yoani Sánchez y en el "cafecito informativo" de este jueves 21 de 2022 comentaré estos temas: - Abre la Feria del Libro de La Habana, de la mano de la censura - Dudas y preguntas rodean la ronda migratoria entre La Habana y Washington – Hasta siete años de prisión para los manifestantes del #11JCuba en Santa Clara - Presentación de la novela 'Habana Año Cero' Gracias por compartir este “cafecito informativo” y te espero temprano para el programa de mañana. Puedes conocer más detalles de estas noticias en el diario https://www.14ymedio.com Los enlaces de hoy: - La librería mexicana de La Habana se llamará Tuxpan y sustituirá a la Fernando Ortiz https://notihab.online/cultura/Habana-Tuxpan-sustituira-Fernando-Ortiz_0_3298470131.html - Protestar pacíficamente acarrea penas de tres a siete años de cárcel https://notihab.online/cuba/Protestar-pacificamente-Santa-Clara-acarrea_0_3298470129.html - Agentes armados entre la maleza para impedir el cruce de cubanos a EE UU https://notihab.online/internacional/Ocultan-agentes-armados-para-detener_cubanos-rio_Bravo-EE_UU_0_3298470133.html - Los ingenieros no logran arrancar la mayor central eléctrica de Cuba https://notihab.online/cuba/ingenieros-arrancar-central-electrica-Cuba_0_3298470123.html - Ajedrecistas de Argentina, Perú y Rumanía ganan en la apertura del Capablanca https://notihab.online/deportes/Ajedrecistas-Argentina-Peru-Rumania-Capablanca_0_3299070063.html - La congresista Salazar critica la exclusión del exilio en la reunión sobre migración https://notihab.online/internacional/congresista-Salazar-exclusion-EE-UU-Cuba_0_3299070061.html - Presentación de la novela 'Habana Año Cero' de Karla Suárez https://notihab.online/eventos_culturales/libros/Presentacion-novela-Habana-Cero-Karla-Suarez_13_3295000468.html
Pastor Jon White preached a message entitled, "Shut the Door" during the Wednesday Evening service on April 20, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
A conversation with David Sloss, Professor of Law at the University of Santa Clara, about his new book, "Tyrants on Twitter: Protecting Democracies from Information Warfare." We discuss the recent history Russian and Chinese exploitation of social media, and explore the strategic and geopolitical implications of allowing these countries engage in this "warfare by other means" to undermine democracies around the world. We examine David's law and policy proposal for how democracies might combat this form of information warfare, which includes an international agreement among democratic states to ban Russian and Chinese state agents from social media platforms, and debate some of the likely objections to his argument - including its implicit rejection of broader and more universal international law solutions and its inherent double standard, whether it distracts from several larger threats to democracy posed by social media platforms, the risk of securitizing an essentially non-military problem, and some of the more technical challenges to its implementation. A fascinating discussion! For more info and links to materials referred to, visit our website: https://jibjabpodcast.com
Ryan Miller joined us for a holiday Monday special. Ryan started off talking about becoming a father for the 2nd time. Talked about managing his son's team. He laughed at the other parents on the team, where his son also plays with Matt Greene's kid. Talked about how he got into hockey. His grandfather came from Regina, his dad was born there but then settled in Michigan. His first memories of hockey were watching his cousins play for Michigan State in 84. Did some growing up in California. Started playing in Santa Clara where he got his first taste of playing goalie. Playing against his cousins, he was just a shooter-tutor for them. Instilled at a young age, to work hard. Talked about some really good teams at MS that were ranked #1. Very balanced team. Talked about going from school to the World Championships. Said it was pretty cool to be there with all the fans. Talked about going pro in a lockout year. Had a really good team in Rochester. Talked about years in BUF and a season where he played 76 games. Lindy Ruff relied heavily on his goaltenders and for whatever reason he felt comfortable slotting him into more games. Says it didn't have a positive impact, overall, after missing the playoffs. Talked about all the outdoor events he has played in. Was a little bit trippy to be playing in the football stadium in his hometown. Was cool to be a part of so many big moments at the centre of the hockey world. Talked about 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Was a highlight but also bittersweet. If anyone was going to score, might as well have been Sid. Talked a little bit about connecting with with him for an interesting relationship over the year. Has had good hockey experiences with him, competing and training together. Talked about why he decided to sign with the Canucks. It was a very veteran group, his first year. Talked about his time in Vancouver. To be a part of the Canucks was a huge highlight for him. Just really liked this area and hopes to get back here and remind his son where he was born. Hopefully get some skiing in now that he is retired. Talked about being part of the Hockey Wives show. Talked about his retirement process. Talked about what he is up to now. Working as a consultant in the hockey ops department. But really just trying to be around with a new baby and keeping it to his family. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "A Generation That's Too Sad to Dance and Too Glad to Cry" during the Sunday Evening service on April 17, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "He Missed Easter" during the Sunday Morning service on April 17, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "The Contrast of Faith" during the Wednesday Evening service on April 13, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Inflation.The consumer price index increased 8.5% from a year earlier following a 7.9% annual gain in February, Labor Department data showed Tuesday. The widely followed inflation gauge rose 1.2% from a month earlier, the biggest gain since 2005. Gasoline costs drove half of the monthly increase Fact or Fiction Negan from the walking dead walking around the streets of Fresno County? On Sunday, April 10, 2022, around 2:00 P.M. MCSO Deputies were dispatched to the area of Eastside Acres in Madera County following a call from a concerned citizen regarding a suspicious male walking around the neighborhood carrying a metal baseball bat with spikes protruding from it. Manteca man kills himself wanted for atemptted murder Bart increases security after mass shooting in New York subway… Oakland Ca Security officer killed while patrolling homeless shelter. Google sueing online puppy scammers…. Town of Los Gatos suing Santa Clara county over an unpaved road…. Oakland 35 year old Farm to table restaurant local business shutting down April 23. Miss Mil Valley women. Body found in heavily wooded area.. Sonomas first cannabis dispensary opens up April 20 Fact or Fiction USPS will stop delivering mail in California Town……? Nor Cal's Kim K Sherri Papini, the woman who last month was charged with faking her own 2016 kidnapping, has admitted to the charges and will plead guilty, Redding Fire department gets a new more powerful weapon for cutting cars open Helicopter season for PG&E inspecting power lines
A month ago, in an event sponsored by the California Donor Table, Justice Reform groups came together to discuss DA races across the state. The webinar was hosted by the California Donor Table, which invests in communities of color to help elect people who represent their values and needs, and they have identified six district attorney races with the greatest potential to reduce mass incarceration and advance criminal justice reform policies. Everyday Injustice this week talked with executive director Ludovic Blain discussing races including: Sacramento, Alameda, San Francisco (recall), Santa Clara, Riverside, Contra Costa, Orange County and more.
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Gaining the Attention of God" during the Sunday Evening service on April 10, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Me First" during the Sunday Morning service on April 10, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
The Academy decides Will Smith's fate and bans the actor from the Oscar's ceremony for the next 10 years. Still somehow Jada Pinket Smith finds a way to hand him an even worse blow in snippets from the upcoming Red Table Talk. A record setting bust in a Buena Vista neighborhood uncovers enough drugs to kill the population of 5 states combined. A petty wap segment from President Petty himself 50 cent is at war over 50 grand. Tyson Fury the heavy-hitting heavyweight Champion shares the secret to his success, and it may shock you. Let's just say he has a lot on his hands when it comes to preparation. The NBA Playoff Play In Games and scenarios are set and we look ahead to possible matchups as well as those already set in stone. Trouble in SF? Deebo Samuel unfollows the 49ers and teammates should their be worry in Santa Clara? All that and more on episode 77 of Unprofessional AF Podcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ramon-barraza85/message
Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "The Counting of Faith" during the Wednesday Evening service on April 6, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
On the latest episode of The San Jose Earthquakes The Soccer Hour presented by Your NorCal Honda Dealers, Ted is joined by Quakes President Jared Shawlee to discuss the plans for a 10 field soccer complex and training facility in collaboration with the County of Santa Clara, talks world cup draw and USMNT with former USMNT member and analyst Christopher Sullivan, and goes over early season NWSL action with Haley Kopmeyer of Just Women's Sports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the latest episode of The San Jose Earthquakes The Soccer Hour presented by Your NorCal Honda Dealers, Ted is joined by Quakes President Jared Shawlee to discuss the plans for a 10 field soccer complex and training facility in collaboration with the County of Santa Clara, talks world cup draw and USMNT with former USMNT member and analyst Christopher Sullivan, and goes over early season NWSL action with Haley Kopmeyer of Just Women's Sports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode of Life Matters takes on current events and the whole current waterfront of legal and political battles. Brian addresses the international flavor of the right to life and why America's founders insisted that this premise be at the heart of America's laws. As a nation, we continue to be a magnet for all of mankind's hopes and desires for their lives to be affirmed and protected. Life Matters is heard internationally via short wave radio in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. It is heard via European Gospel Radio in Eastern Europe, the Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, etc. Many listen to shortwave radio as a starting point to learning the English language, and shortwave is still an amazing tool which crosses international borders where local oppressive governments may prohibit any broadcasts which do not reflect the values of that government. Life Matters is functioning as a communication tool and lifeline for those who know there are bigger issues in life, and that the role of just government should be to protect innocent lives. Brian also explores the upcoming elections in the US, and specifically the primaries which will be taking place in California. While many congressional and state house races will be very difficult to win, ironically the more local elections, be it school board, city council supervisor, etc., the odds of good traditional valued pro-life individuals begins to go way up. So we're very pleased that many people are stepping forward. California ProLife will be holding a series of organizational events throughout the state: San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles County, Santa Clara and elsewhere to prepare people for the opportunities that are ahead in their local school boards. In addition, Brian is returning to his original book tour which was cut short by the Covid epidemic. Head to http://www.californiaprolife.org for more information.
The Marathon Minute duo are joined by current world Top 100 Crossfit competitor and Sports Academy performance coach, Phillip Muscarella. Phil sits down with Max in person at Sports Academy while Michael joins virtually from Hawaii for a candid, inspiring, and real conversation with someone pushing his body to its absolute limit. A teammate of Max's on the Santa Clara University soccer team, Phil excelled as a collegiate athlete and spent a short stint as a professional before moving full time into performance coaching. Despite still being within sports, Phil had the desire to compete and push himself. He went on to participate in various competitions such as triathlons and spartan races (destroying competition), but when he discovered CrossFit there was an opportunity for him to compete on a different scale. Within 3 year of starting the sport, Phil is already ranked as one the top 100 CrossFit athletes in the world, yes world. He now has his sights on taking part in the CrossFit Games, where only the top 40 athletes in the world qualify, which we expect to see him competing in soon. Tune in to hear Phil and the MM gang talk about times together at Santa Clara, the discipline required to compete at his level, what caused him to have heat stroke at the CrossFit Games semifinals, how his perspective on mental health changed after he endured the hardest year of his life and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marathonminute/support
This week on Everyday Injustice we talk with Santa Clara Law Professor David Ball. Among the topics we discuss are his work on the Corrections Committee of the ABA's Criminal Justice Section where he has been co-chair. We talk about mass incarcerations and alternatives to traditional incarceration. We talk about the new jail in Santa Clara County and about the need for bail reform. We also talked about his work on a blue ribbon commission on the legalization of marijuana.
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "I Must Bear It" during the Sunday Evening service on April 3, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Help Us" during the Sunday Morning service on April 3, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
This week Scott and Jef returned to their favorite toy show in Santa Clara. And how much did the boys drop at the show? One half of the benefactors shares a 1987 Christmas list from Jef. In the news Funko unveils their most recent release. The boys go over WWE Elite series 49 and they round out with points of articulation. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Youtube, Snap chat and Facebook @Fullyposeable. Instagram is @FullyposeableWFP. You can email us any questions at Fullyposeablewfp@gmail.com. Purchase our shirts and more at Whatamaneuver.net, Pro Wrestling Tee's and RedBubble.
This week we are joined by pal of the show, GI JOE Toy freak, and Death Metal master DOKTOR ROSS SEWAGE! Brent and Ross hit up the TIME TUNNEL TOYS Toy show in Santa Clara, California and give us their toy pick ups and thoughts on live toy shows being back!! Sam brings the news and talks about recent TODD MCFARLANE TOYS controversy. The boys also open some vintage GI JOE toys live on air! Keep my podcast name IN YOUR MOUTH ..............it's WHERE THE TOYS ARE!! DOKTOR ROSS SEWAGEwww.doktorsewage.comwww.instagram.com/doksewage/This episode is brought to you in part by UGUD DOG CBD - A pet wellness brand offering USDA Certified Organic and premium grade broad spectrum (0.0% THC) CBD products formulated specifically for dogs. Each ingredient is consciously sourced and tested for both purity and quality to ensure safety for all our furry family members. Their focus is to provide a holistic opportunity for all dogs to live long and comfortable lives with their families. Check em out - https://uguddog.com/
Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "The Conquering of Faith" during the Wednesday Evening service on March 30, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Missed Opportunities" during the Sunday Evening service on March 27, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Dr. Jack Trieber preached a message entitled, "Hope in a Hopeless World" during the Sunday Morning service on March 27, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Here is the story of a Mexican-American pioneer, healer, trailblazer, businesswoman and landowner. Her name is Doña Juana Briones de Miranda and she is the woman remembered as the "Founding Mother of San Francisco”, for she was one of the first three settlers in Yerba Buena before it became San Francisco. Juana left an important legacy in California. She was an active and caring person who impacted the lives of many people — Hispanic, indigenous and Anglo-American. In 1769, Marcos Briones and his father Vicente arrived in Alta California from San Luis Potosí, New Spain - today's Mexico. Marcos and Vicente were soldiers in the Portola expedition. In Alta California, Marcos met and married Isidora Tapia. Isidora and her family arrived later, her father Felipe, a soldier on the de Anza expedition in 1776. Star crossed lovers, whose families traveled over 1600 miles on a mission to colonize and explore the region and establish the Mission San Francisco de Asi. Marcos was a founding settler of Villa de Branciforte, in present-day Santa Cruz. Branciforte was the last of only three secular pueblos founded by the Spanish colonial government of Alta California. On the eastern bluff of the San Lorenzo River, facing Mission Santa Cruz, their daughter Juana Briones was born in March of 1802. Juana spent the first decade of her life in a wattle-and-daub house doing chores alongside her brothers and sisters, having fun and gaining an extensive knowledge of herbal medicines through her interactions with Native Americans. The majority of the population there was indigenous. When she was ten, her mother Ysidora passed away. Marcos moved the family to an area called Tennessee Hollow. Marcos began to help build what would become the Presidio of San Francisco. Starting as a fortified military village used for farming and livestock grazing. Juana was shaped by the native people of the region and the language, religion, and institutions of colonial New Spain. She'd learned more about herbs and their medicinal values from the new region from her grandmother, who learned them from native Ohlone women. Herbs like Yerba Buena (which translates to Good Herb), which provided the first name of the city of San Francisco. It was said the community of Yerba Buena was named for her healing mint tea. She was schooled informally by the Catholic priests at the Mission Dolores. With other military children and the Native Americans who had been rounded up and brought to the mission for “conversion” to Catholicism, she attended regular daily mass but she did not learn to read or write. Juana met a handsome soldier stationed at the Presidio named Apolinario Miranda. His parents were of Yaqui descent. The Yaqui were indigenous to the Mexican state of Sonora and the Southwestern United States. Juana and Apolinario were married in 1820 and established a farm at the Presidio near the site of El Polin Spring. It is one of the few remaining springs in the city and runs under the site of her long-vanished home. The spring waters of the were believed to bestow fertility. With that in mind, Juana gave birth to 11 children between 1821 and 1841. In 1828, Juana had a tragic month when three of her children died and a fourth child passed just one year later in the rugged frontier environment. Juana was a strong woman. Apolinario was abusive and Juana's time with him was not happy. So abusive that his military superiors reprimanded him for it numerous times. He had a serious drinking problem and wasn't much of a rancher or businessman. In the area now known as North Beach, near what is now Washington Square, the Briones bought land. Juana was a natural entrepreneur and started a dairy ranch at their new home. They were one of the first three non-indigenous settlers in Yerba Buena who lived somewhere other than on the Presidio or at Mission Dolores. After Mexico won its independence from Spain in 1821, commerce increased in the San Francisco Bay. Briones excelled in farming and sold milk and produce to the crews of Russian, American and Spanish ships that docked in the bay for the hide and tallow trade. Juana also treated many illnesses such as smallpox and scurvy patients, delivered babies and set broken jaws. You could not count how many children had their broken bones set by this kind woman. Her reputation as a healer was widely recognized. She trained her nephew, Pablo Briones—who was later known as the Doctor of Bolinas or California in medicinal arts. Her aid to the people of Bolinas during a smallpox outbreak was well-known, and she was loved among Hispanic settlers, native people and the Anglo-Americans alike. She taught her own children the value of hard work. As soon as they could walk, they learned to pull weeds and how to load the wagon. Her daughters Presentacion and Manuela were fine seamstresses and they did the sailors' laundry and mended their clothes. Her son Jesus went to the boats to see what the men needed, and delivered goods and messages to Juana. She also harbored four runaway sailors who jumped ship because they wanted to remain in California. Two Americans, a Filipino man and a Native American from Connecticut. The men lived with her and Apolinario until 1832. In 1833, Briones' husband was granted land bordering the Presidio near today's Green and Lyon Streets. Their new home was on another spring called El Ojo de Agua Figueroa. In 1834, Juana adopted Cecilia, a young Native girl whose parents had died. In 1835, the Presidio was temporarily abandoned when Commandante Vallejo transferred his military headquarters north to Sonoma. It was then that her husband's abuse became intolerable. Marriage was considered indissoluble by society at the time. She turned to the Catholic bishop. “My husband did not earn our money. I did,” she told the bishop, “My husband does not support the family. I do.” As her husband, he had access to any property she acquired. The bishop was moved by her plea, knowing full well her husband was a good-for-nothing, and with the mayor's help, the bishop helped her move to the western foot of Loma Alta in the area now known as Telegraph Hill. Her husband tried to force her to return home and legal officials ordered him to stay away, which he didn't. Briones appealed to courts repeatedly with suit against her husband for physical abuse after repeated episodes of violence and in return a justice of the peace seized some of his property. Juana navigated the male-leaning legal system, hiring people to write on her behalf. This was no small step in the patriarchal, hierarchical world of 19th century colonial California. Juana was free and Apolinario Miranda later died. She found the booming city too frantic, and bought a 4,000-acre ranch in Santa Clara Valley from her friends José Gorgonio and his son José Ramon in 1844. She named it Rancho La Purisima Concepción and successfully expanded her cattle and farming interests. The Briones family ranch was a home, social hall, and hospital all rolled into one. Briones' status as a female landowner was unusual in an era where women generally could only possess land they inherited from a deceased husband. Yet she was an independent woman who was prospering on her own. Her children also prospered. In 1848, Mexico ceded this land to the U.S. under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill. Almost overnight, the sleepy little mission became a busy city, filled with all manner of men who came to get rich overnight and ‘ladies of the night' who hoped to liberate the men from their gold dust. Juana wasn't bothered by the U.S. coup at all, in fact, when her Anglo friends suggested she become an American citizen, she did. Across the nation, Boston traders sought out her “California banknotes,” as they called her cowhides. She entertained lavishly, with European and American guests attending her fiestas. “Anglo, Hispanics, and Native Americans came for bear fights, calf roping, and pig roasts. Sick people also came to recuperate under Juana's watchful gaze.” When the U.S. made California a state in 1850, all Mexican landholders were put through many hurdles with proving they had title to their property. The original landowners were required to certify their land ownership before the U.S. Land Commission. The legal process was too difficult or expensive for many people, especially the women and racial minorities who had owned land under Mexican law. Many were cheated out of their land. In 1852, the U.S. Government informed Juana it intended to seize her land that had originally been granted in her husband's name. Apolinario Miranda was dead by then, and the government said she had no legal right to the property. She fought for 12 years to retain the title to her lands in both San Francisco and Santa Clara counties and many of the Anglos she'd helped over the years came to assist her in the fight for her rights. The battle went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. She won ownership of her ranch and the property in Yerba Buena. Juana left portions of her rancho La Purisima Concepción to her children, who bore their father's name, Miranda and sold the rest to members of the Murphy family, who came to California with the Stephens-Townsend-Murphy Party. Briones purchased other tracts of land and eventually settled the town of Mayfield. Briones' was one of the founding members of today's Palo Alto. She built a home there in 1884 and remained in Mayfield for the remainder of her lifetime. Juana Briones died in a cow stampede in 1889 at the age of 87. In 2010, her house at 4155 Old Adobe Road in Palo Alto was listed as one of the 11 most endangered historic places in the country by The National Trust for Historic Preservation. Despite a big fight between the owners and educators, historians, architects, neighbors, and business and community leaders, a demolition crew arrived a year later to dismantle her modest home. The property was sold the following summer for $2.9 million. Doña Juana Briones de Miranda is remembered as the "Founding Mother of San Francisco” and is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Menlo Park, California. She lived here under three flags and helped found the eighth-largest city in the United States. During her lifetime, Juana was known and loved by many people because of her energy, her business sense and her concern for others. Even so, today she is still relatively unknown, but more people deserve to know about her. In San Francisco, she is commemorated at the northeast corner of Washington Square near her once her dairy farm. A historical plaque is on a bench at the bottom of The Lyon Street steps. In Palo Alto, her memory is preserved by the Juana Briones Elementary School, Juana Briones Park, and several street names incorporating either Miranda or first names of her children. Queens of the Mines is brought to you by Youreka Productions. Andrea Anderson researched, wrote and produced this series.
Show #1415 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of information. It's Friday 25th March, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Tesla battery supplier LG Energy Solutions announces $1.4B battery factory in Arizona - Tesla battery supplier LG Energy Solutions announced it would build a $1.4 billion battery production facility in Arizona as demand for electric vehicles throughout the United States skyrockets. - LG Energy Solutions said it would build the $1.4 billion plant to meet demand for “prominent startups” and other North American companies - The factory is expected to be operational by 2024, the company believes. - The Arizona plant will be LGES's first-ever U.S. factory to make cylindrical electric vehicle cells, which are typically used by automakers like Tesla and Lucid, which has an automotive production facility in Arizona. Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-battery-supplier-lg-energy-solutions-announces-1-4b-battery-factory-arizona/ CATL Builds World's First ‘Zero-Carbon' EV Battery Factory - CATL, has received the internationally recognized specification for carbon neutrality ("PAS 2060" certification) for its new electric vehicle battery plant in China. The recent PAS 2060 certification makes the plant the world's first zero-carbon factory in the new energy industry. - The certification marks a significant milestone for CATL towards its carbon neutrality goals. As the world's first zero-carbon battery plant, CATL's Sichuan plant sets an example of how battery production can be carbon neutral. - To become PAS 2060 certified, CATL-SC said it developed a "trailblazing smart plant management system", which enables the interconnection of data by automatically capturing the plant system data and equipment operation data. The system-wide facility management platform helps to ensure safe, reliable, high-efficiency and low-carbon operation of the facility. Even the forklifts used at the plant are electric. Employees are also encouraged to use electric vehicles and shared mobility to get to work, further reducing their carbon footprint. - CATL-SC's parent CATL is emerging as a leader in EV battery production on a global scale. In December, CATL began phase 1 production at its newest EV battery factory in China. Once completed, the plant will be the world's largest EV battery factory with an annual production of 120 GWh. The plant will be more than three times the size of Tesla's gigafactory in Nevada. - CATL is investing 17 billion yuan (US$2.6 billion) in the plant and said it will create about 10,000 jobs once fully operational. Original Source : https://www.futurecar.com/5296/Teslas-Battery-Supplier-CATL-Builds-Worlds-First-Zero-Carbon-EV-Battery-Factory VW's Electrify America unveils new ‘human-centered' EV charging stations - Electrify America, the electric vehicle charging company that's a subsidiary of Volkswagen, announced plans to install new “human-centered” charging stations in several cities in California and New York, complete with solar panel awnings and a lounge-like waiting area. The company is also rolling out a slimmer, redesigned EV charger aimed at improving the customer experience. - The company's new stations are organized around comfort, security, and amenities, with a nod toward the length of time it takes to recharge an EV. Electrify America says the goal is to create “a more inviting transition to an electric vehicle lifestyle from traditional gas station.” - The most notable change for Electrify America's current design is the inclusion of solar panel awnings, which have the dual effect of sheltering customers from the sun and inclement weather while also supplying power for the station's operations. The company says it is currently in the process of adding solar awnings to 400-500 individual chargers at 100 charging stations across the country. It already has solar canopies at its flagship charging stations in Baker and Santa Clara, California. - The company has also begun rolling out a redesigned EV charger with a slimmer profile and newly simplified controls. The ultra-fast chargers with up to 150 and 350 kilowatts of charging power stand at nearly 8 feet tall, with recessed screens to help reduce sunlight glare. Original Source : https://www.theverge.com/2022/3/24/22994302/vw-volkswagen-electrify-america-ev-charging-station-design-ca-ny Google searches for electric vehicles set record in March - As gas prices soared and deepened the pain at the pump this month, consumers reacted by searching for — and possibly dreaming of — more fuel-efficient vehicle alternatives. Web search interest in electric vehicles reached a record high in the US in March, according to Google Trends. - EVs are still prohibitively expensive for many US households. And rather than shelling out even more money up front, many consumers tend to hold on to their current vehicles for as long as they'll last. - It's also not just EVs; people are looking for more fuel-efficient vehicles in general, including hybrids and compact cars, of which sales spiked early this year, according to Michelle Krebs, executive analyst for Cox Automotive. - The problem, Krebs said, is that the EV supply is currently limited, which is what many people searching for electric vehicles on Google are probably finding out. Original Source : https://edition.cnn.com/2022/03/24/business/electric-vehicle-google-search-record-climate/index.html More affordable Polestar 2 undercuts Tesla Model 3, at $47,200 for US - The new 270-mile single-motor version of the Polestar 2 will start at $47,200 (including destination) in the United States, Polestar confirmed Thursday. - That base price undercuts the Tesla Model 3, which now starts at $48,190 for base version with a 272-mile range. Considering that Polestar qualifies for the $7,500 federal EV tax credit and Tesla doesn't, the actual price difference could be even greater for some customers. - In states with generous incentives—like New Jersey—the single-motor Polestar 2 could be had for "well under $35,000," - Both the single-motor and dual-motor versions of the Polestar 2 are available with two option packages. The Plus Pack ($4,000) adds the heat pump that enables the maximum 270-mile range, along with a panoramic glass roof, 13-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, and WeaveTech vegan upholstery. The Pilot Pack ($3,200) adds driver-assist features like adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, and Polestar parent Volvo's Pilot Assist system. Original Source : https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1135411_more-affordable-polestar-2-undercuts-tesla-model-3-at-47-200-for-us JLR's talks with Envision AESC could lead to new UK gigafactory - Jaguar Land Rover and battery supplier Envision AESC are in talks to supply cells for electric Range Rover and Land Rover models, the Financial Times has reported. - Envision AESC, which started as a Japanese-based joint venture between NEC and Nissan in 2007 before being integrated into Chinese battery conglomerate Envision in 2018, is currently investing £450 million into a seperate battery gigafactory in Sunderland - However, the deal being discussed is said to be so large that JLR will require its own battery facility. The firm plans to put six electric models on the road by 2025 but will still use its Solihull plant as its main hub for electric vehicle manufacturing. - As for Land Rover, it is set to launch the all-electric Range Rover in 2024. Original Source : https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/business-tech%2C-development-and-manufacturing/jlrs-talks-envision-aesc-could-lead-new-uk SK Group affiliate acquires EverCharge - SK E&S, an energy company affiliated with South Korea's conglomerate SK Group (SK Innovation), is entering the US electric vehicle charging market. SK E&S has acquired US EV charging solution provider EverCharge. - This is the first time a Korean company has acquired the management rights of an EV charging company based in the United States. EverCharge was founded in 2013 in California. The company manufactures EV chargers and operates charging stations. - SK innovation's battery business include Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai-Kia Motors, and Ford Motor Company. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/03/24/sk-group-affiliate-acquires-evercharge/ NIO ET7 Enters Production, Deliveries To Start March 28 Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/575832/nio-et7-enters-production-first-deliveries-start-march28/ UK government vows 10-fold increase in electric car chargers by 2030 Original Source : https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/mar/24/uk-government-vows-10-fold-increase-in-electric-car-chargers-by-2030 Automotive Cell Company Announces Battery Gigafactory In Italy Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/575692/automotive-cell-company-gigafactory-italy/ Volkswagen delays ID.5 launch due to Ukraine wiring harness bottleneck Original Source : https://www.autoblog.com/2022/03/25/vw-id5-delay-ukraine-war-wiring-harnesses/ Amazon unveils its first fully-electric HGV delivery trucks Original Source : https://www.electrichybridvehicletechnology.com/news/buses-commercial-vehicles/amazon-unveils-its-first-fully-electric-hgv-delivery-trucks.html Mercedes-Benz Says its Will Accept Liability for the Safety of its DRIVE PILOT Original Source : https://www.futurecar.com/5295/Mercedes-Benz-Says-its-Will-Accept-Liability-for-the-Safety-of-its-DRIVE-PILOT-Hands-Free-Level-3-Autonomous-Driving-System Video shows Tesla flying 50 feet into air in Los Angeles Original Source : https://www.foxla.com/news/tesla-flying-jump-video-crash-los-angeles-echo-park QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returns Monday 28th March. 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Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "The Confidence of Faith" during the Wednesday Evening service on March 23, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Bro. Justin Cooper preached a message entitled, "Just in Case You Want to Be a Good Christian" during the Sunday Evening service on March 20, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org
Bro. John Evertson preached a message entitled, "For Such a Time as This" during the Sunday Morning service on March 20, 2022, at North Valley Baptist Church in Santa Clara, California. View Archived Services at nvbc.org