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If you've ever noticed cracks in or around your home, foundation experts, like Rick Donohoe with Groundworks Colorado, say might be time to call a professional.

"Your largest investment for most people is their home," Donohoe said.

Donohoe is a certified field inspector. He says there are certain signs to look for to see whether the foundation is at risk.

"Cracks in drywall, cracks and mortar joints, cracks in the actual foundation itself," Donohoe said. "A lot of people can see their foundation if they don't have a finished basement."

Many people are aware that flooding can cause shifts in a house's foundation. The nation's leading foundation company says It's been a consistent problem for homeowners in states like Florida, Georgia and Texas, but drought can also be a cause for concern.

"The soils, for the most part are supporting the foundations, supporting your house," Donohoe said. "So as they dry up, you have significant load coming down on the foundation."

Right now, scientist Andreas Prein with US National Center for Atmospheric Research says the southwestern U.S. is experiencing the most severe drought.

"A megadrought is defined as a drought lasts for 20 years or longer," Prein said.

The only time he says states like California, Nevada, New Mexico, or Utah get out of these dry spells is when there is massive flooding.

"So this is also something we see more often," Prein said. "I would say that droughts or dry conditions are ended by very heavy events and then you can have dramatic flooding."

Very dry soil followed by very wet soil likely means more problems for your house. To prevent a couple-thousand-dollar bill from turning into a 50-thousand dollar bill, it's better to fix it sooner rather than later.

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Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Chris Do, the Founder and CEO of the Futur, an education platform where creative professionals learn business principles. They aim to empower one billion creative entrepreneurs to make a living doing what they love. He is also the CEO and Chief Strategist of Blind, a Brand Strategy Design Consultancy that helps brands and businesses achieve their goals, accelerate growth and win customers through the power of design. They have worked with Fortune 500 companies to start-ups, including Microsoft, Xbox, Nike, Sony Playstation, Mitsubishi Motors, Audi UK, Meters/Bonwe, American Airlines, Electronic Arts, and artists such as Justin Timberlake, Coldplay, Cinematic Orchestra, Gnarls Barkley and the Raveonettes. Tune in to learn more!

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How to use the Apple Watch Ultra’s Action button

How to use the Apple Watch Ultra’s Action button


The Action button adds a third — and much-needed —physical control to Apple’s biggest and baddest watch. And it’s customizable to boot.

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Apple Watch Ultra on top of a colorful illustrations of different fitness trackers
The Action button adds another layer of personalization
Illustration by Samar Haddad / The Verge

The Apple Watch Ultra introduced one of the most significant design tweaks to the Apple Watch since its inception — the Action button. While every other Apple Watch has two physical controls, the Action button is a third that’s meant to help outdoor athletes pause workouts, turn on the flashlight, call for help with a siren, and more. The main logic is that, unlike touchscreens, physical buttons are immune to sweaty fingers and gloves.

While it’s likely the Action button will evolve over time, at launch, it’s essentially a set of preselected shortcuts or “actions.” Your options are Workout, Stopwatch, Waypoint, Backtrack, Dive, Flashlight, and Shortcuts. Some of these actions have secondary functions dubbed “gestures.” Within each action, you’ll be able to see what gestures are available to you.

The available actions are relatively self-explanatory, but some offer more choices than others. The Workout action, for example, allows you to either open the native Workout app or immediately start a selected activity of your choosing without the traditional 3-2-1 countdown. Pressing the Action button during a workout will then trigger a specific function. For a running workout, it’ll let you create segments.

Triathletes using the Multisport workout can instead manually switch from one leg of the race to the next. Conversely, the Flashlight action is a straightforward, single-purpose shortcut to turn your Ultra into a flashlight.

So let’s begin.

Close-up of the Action button, speakers, and microphones on the Apple Watch Ultra
For now, the Action button is exclusive to the Ultra.
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

Getting started

You’ll be prompted to program the Action button when you first set up your Ultra. You can either follow the prompts at this point or tweak it later. We’re going to jump into the latter. Chances are, you’re going to switch up how you use the Action button as you experiment with what works best for your needs. The good news is, you can edit what the Action button does both on your Watch and from your phone.

On the Watch:
  • Navigate to Settings.
  • Scroll down to the new Action Button menu.
  • Tap Action and select between Workout, Stopwatch, Waypoint, Backtrack, Dive, Flashlight, Shortcut, and None.
  • The Workout and Shortcut actions offer some additional choices. In Workout, tap First Press, and pick whether you want to Open “Workout” or Start a Workout. If it’s the latter, you’ll see a list of your recently completed activities to select from.
  • If you select Shortcut, tap the Shortcut menu and select which one you want to trigger.
  • Scroll down to the Siren toggle to turn it on or off. If you enable the toggle, you can hold down the Action button for five seconds to bring up the Emergency SOS menu and activate the Siren there.

Note: the Workout and Dive actions each have an additional App setting, presumably so you can add a third-party app. Right now, however, you can only select between the native Workout and Depth apps. This will likely change in the future.

Close-up of Action button settings screen
Once you tap Action, you’ll see a list of possible presets to choose from.
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge
On your phone:
  • Open the Watch app.
  • Scroll down to Action Button.
  • Follow the same steps as above.

Pausing with the Action button

While single press gestures will depend on which action you select, most actions (except the Dive and Flashlight actions) will allow you to hit pause by pressing the Action Button and either the digital crown or side button. In the Dive app, doing this will instead activate a secondary action. It doesn’t do anything for the Flashlight action, however.

That’s it for now. The Action button is a brand spanking new feature, so a lot of this may change in the coming months as more developers think of ways to optimize for the Ultra’s hardware. In the meantime, have fun experimenting!