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https://www.youtube.com/embed/vP6Rr6azUd4 hello everyone today I'm going to show you how to change out a 33 by 22 inch drop in sink I'll show you mine right now and that is what I have currently in and it says you know 6 inch deep 33 by 22 inch drop in sink don't really like it I think it's too shallow and the bowls are a little small to work on larger pots and pans with and the water splashes out of them because they're not deep enough so getting rid of it and what we're going to put in is this glacier big kit sink kit that I got from Home Depot the model number is five five two zero zero eight and the catalog number if you're going to search on on Home Depot's webpage is SM twenty thirty four you type that into the search and you'll get this…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/S1opkMO1w4U Hey, it’s me, Destin. Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. It’s time for the Weed Eater episode. And the way– I wanted to shut the door. The way you can tell that I’ve staged all this is that this Weed Eater’s going to crank up immediately. But here’s the deal. When it comes to operating a Weed Eater, I have a mental model in my head of how the Weed Eater works. Like, as it goes faster, it slings out these lines in a disk, right? But is the disk like a solid line pointing straight out from the Weed Eater head? Or I guess you could call it the trimmer head. Or is it more like a lagging wave? I don’t know. Check this out. [REVVING MOTOR] Let’s look. So if I’m going to weed eat this whole spot right here, I rev up the Weed Eater. But…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/oXhgwn-girI [Musice Intro] >>Hi. I’m Devin Deen, Content Director here at ProjectManager.com. This week’s white board topic is about keeping your projects under budget. Now I wish I could give you some secret sauce to sprinkle over your project team members or your project budget, your project schedule and plan, just to make it all work for you and ensure that it does sort of return a project that’s under budget, but really, there is no secret sauce for this. However, there are some fundamental things that you can do as a project manager to make sure that you do manage and control that budget with scheduling and make sure that you deliver that project on budget or at least under budget. I’d like to go through some of those with you today. So, the first thing to remember, it actually starts at the start. You’ve got to have that…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/qxjuo4Vnp6U [Music Intro] >>Hi. I’m Devin Deen, Content Director here at ProjectManager.com. Today we’re talking about kicking off projects, kicking off your new project. I’ve kicked off probably hundreds of projects in my career and there are four essential items that I think you should know when you’re thinking about and getting ready to kick-off your project. So first off, really it’s about getting on the same page. Next it’s about learning about your team, so doing one-on-ones followed by getting the admin sorted. I know it’s a terrible drudgery but you’ve got to get thatsorted and lastly, having a kick-off event.Now let me talk a little bit about each of these things and I want you to just listen and understand about the kick-off, because if you get it wrong here, you’ll spend half the time as a project leader, project manager, getting the team back together again, whilst…

[Music] the Institute has funded a number of sequel projects this year all of which were multidisciplinary there was a project on a water quality of monitoring in bristol city center in the harbour there was another on cultural engagement for minority ethnic group so everything from civil engineering through societal challenges through to biological sciences [Music] the UK government is interested in trying to reduce antimicrobial usage in livestock as this can add to the resistance problem globally however there’s no real understanding of how anthem approvals are being used in livestock and so what we wanted to do was try and build a database of youth on dairy farms of antimicrobials across the UK bringing together data from farmers from vets and from retailers so that this database was was gonna be very large-scale and would we would need to have some more supports in building it so…