You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here The Anatomy of Fear Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Photo/gif courtesy of The Hustle Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your name here TAGSBusinessDeliveryNuroSelf-DrivingThe Hustle Previous articleUnderstanding Your Employee Rights After a Failed Drug TestNext articleAAA advises with travel tips, even with fewer Americans traveling this Thanksgiving Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR New funding alertFrom The HustleNuro is a startup creating autonomous delivery vehicles.Forbes calls it a “toaster on wheels” — which apparently makes it the most valuable toaster in the world.Founded by 2 ex-Googlers (or Xooglers, per obnoxious company parlance), Nuro is fresh off a $500m funding round that values the company at $5B.Nuro’s self-driving toaster is smaller than a carFormally known as the R2, the vehicle has no steering wheels or pedals, tops out at 25mph and is “about half the size of a mid-size passenger car.”Its feature sheet is also a real hoot:Touch screen: For customers (or law enforcement, lol)360-degree view: Sensors all around the car make it road safePedestrian-protecting front end: Specially designed panels absorb front-end impactThe business model won’t charge customersRather, restaurants, grocers, and retailers who want their goods delivered locally will pay a fee.Per TechCrunch, Nuro ran a pilot with Walmart, Domino’s, and CVS in 2018. With $1.5B in total funding, the startup will continue to improve its product by testing on public roads in Arizona, Texas, and California.This all sounds very exciting but we should mention that none of the funding news answers our most pressing question: How many slices of sourdough bread can a Nuro toast at once? Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11
Coming in hot this weekend, the annual Beardfest will see a number of talented and diverse artists take the stage at the Paradise Lakes Campground in Hammonton, NJ, less than an hour away from Philadelphia, PA. With hosts Out of the Beardspace bringing back the festival from June 16th to 18th, anyone in attendance is bound to be greeted with an exceptional weekend of music!Getting To Know: Out Of The Beardspace’s Totally Unique Musical FusionAmong the many performers this weekend include hosts Out Of The Beardspace, Moon Hooch, Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles, Consider the Source (x2), Splintered Sunlight (Grateful Dead Tribute), Start Making Sense (Talking Heads Tribute), Screaming Headless Torsos, West Philly Orchestra and so many more! Of course, no festival would be complete without some additional activities, and with dozens of workshops, yoga classes and more, there’s no shortage of fun.Out of the Beardspace keyboardist Sam Gutman gets us excited for the festival, saying, “This year’s Beardfest features our most exciting lineup to date. I think fans of the music festival scene will be blown away by the amount of talent on the bill, and excited to see a lineup that isn’t full of bands that they’ve seen at every other festival. The location is what ties it all together though. I’ve never been to another festival where you can float in a beautiful lake while watching bands play on a stage on a beach in the woods.”Check out this awesome promotional video for the festival, below.With so many great artists, there’s no denying that Beardfest is the place to be for jam fans this weekend. For more about the festival, be sure to check out their official website. You can enter to win tickets for Beardfest by entering the contest below!
0Shares0000Asked on Friday whether United had indeed joined the chase for Sanchez, Wenger said: “I cannot tell you much more at the moment about the situation.LONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 12 – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says there is “nothing concrete” yet regarding the possible transfer of Alexis Sanchez, despite reported interest from the Manchester clubs.But, while Wenger maintains it would be “normal” for Sanchez to stay until his contract elapses at the end of the season, he admitted that “nothing is decided one way or another”. The future of Sanchez has been the subject of much debate all season with the Chilean’s deal set to expire at the end season, putting Arsenal at risk of losing him on a free transfer.Sanchez has long been linked with Manchester City, which would mean a reunion with his former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola, but reports emerged on Thursday that Manchester United were also interested.Asked on Friday whether United had indeed joined the chase for Sanchez, Wenger said: “I cannot tell you much more at the moment about the situation.“Nothing is really concrete.”When it was suggested those answers implied there was some truth in the speculation, the Gunners boss added: “You [the media] conclude that.“It’s not that I don’t want to inform you. I don’t want to give you wrong information. At the moment, nothing is decided one way or another.“A bidding war is always beneficial to the club who can take advantage of it but we are not in that.“I maintain what I said. many times, that normally he should stay here until the end of the season, but we will see.”If Sanchez is sold, Arsenal will be in the market for a new forward themselves.Asked if it was possible to replace Sanchez, Wenger said: “Replaceable in the way, do we find exactly the same player? Certainly not.“But there is always a way, to find a different balance.“Sanchez is an exceptional football player, a world-class player and, if that happens [he is sold], we have to find a different balance in the team.”When it was put to him that Sanchez would only be sold if a suitable replacement had been found, Wenger said: “You sum it up very well.”Bordeaux forward Malcolm has been mentioned as a possible Sanchez replacement for Arsenal but Wenger responded: “He’s a good player, but at the moment nothing is happening.“We are not on that case at the moment.”-By Sky Sports-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)