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"ara" Discussed on WTOP
"Couple of solo shots and ara nola is dealing he struck out five through four innings four a and third actually innings it's two nothing still the first three batters in philadelphia's lineup all used to play for the nationals bryce harper trey turner and kyle schwarber the last two responsible for those two runs former national and time three psi young winner max schurzer will get a postseason start in tomorrow's game three of the a -l -c -s which moves to arlington schurzer's rangers have a two nothing lead in the best of seven series against the world series champion astros and if you're looking for another nats connection houston is managed by dusty baker who was in washington for two the seasons maryland women's basketball team is ranked fourteenth in the a p top twenty five the ranked eleventh in the usa today coaches poll the turps men aren't ranked but they have a buzz around them as head coach kevin willard shared the rivalry degrees between maryland and georgetown will return we should start and i know ed's gonna get mad at me but ed's dear friends like we should start uh... the georgetown series next year that that will were we're close just trying to see if i can get some more golf out of ed before i sign it but uh... we should start to georgetown series again he's talking about new hoyas head coach ed cooley who's close a close friend dianne roberts wto p sports is diane right after traffic and weather will congressman jim jordan be able to the votes to become house speaker on the second ballot i'm mitchell miller today on the hill and also had our continuing coverage the of crisis the in the middle east will have a special report from cbs news a new deadly flare -up five hundred or so people killed in a hospital bombing in gaza stay with us on your breaking news traffic and weather station and now from the math matters discussion with the collaborative for student success here's jack mcdougal president and ceo of the greater washington board of trade if you want to engage in the economy and you want to improve your career pathways math is critical to it you know and i would ask you know from our perspective that you know we probably need a rebranding campaign math comes with this sort sort of preconceived notions of what it is so we need to put that aside you know math can be really really fascinating and interesting so whether you're following you know the stats of your favorite team or you know anything else you're doing it's a whole different way to be thinking about this it's really about just day to day survival and solving problem and we need to do a lot better at it because we're going to need a lot more of it as we go the into future to hear the full discussion go to wtop .com and search math matters the wtop charity of the month for october is the susan g cohen foundation october is breast cancer awareness month it's one thing to be aware of breast cancer it's another to do something about it turn breast cancer awareness into action by supporting susan g cohen to mission to save lives and in breast cancer donate and learn more at dot org that's common dot org for more information visit wtop .com search charities that's wtop
Police in Portugal resume search for Madeleine McCann, British child missing since 2007
"Portuguese police have resumed searching for Madeleine McCann, the British toddler, who disappeared in the country's Algarve region in 2007. Media assemble as police teams arrive on erect tents and coltons in the area by the ara de dam, about 30 miles from where the three year old was last seen alive on Monday, Portuguese judicial police released a statement confirming local media reports that they would conduct the search at the request of the German authorities, and in the presence of British officials, in mid 2020, Germany's police identified Christine bruckner a 45 year old German citizen who was in the Algarve in 2007 as a suspect in the case. Has denied any involvement. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Israel kills another militant commander in Gaza as Cairo presses on with efforts to mediate truce
"Israeli aircraft destroyed three houses apparently belonging to members of Islamic shahad in northern and southern Gaza, claims which have been rejected by those who lived in the properties. Children gathered by the rubble of the destroyed building in the enclave's southern city of Khan yunis. It belonged to un Jihad Al ara, where she said she lived with her disabled husband and children. In 2014, they hit the house and burnt it with shells, but we repaired it because we didn't have another house. Now they destroyed it again. Another air strike at a sprawling housing complex in Khan yunis destroyed the upper floor of one of the buildings, where Israel said a senior commander was killed along with two others. The air strike caused damage to three surrounding buildings. Residents Abdullah Hamad described an abnormal light in two explosions, and then finding his children crying in shock. When I reached them, I found them covering themselves with bed covers and screaming out of fear. Meanwhile, rocket fire towards southern Israel continued, even as Egypt pressed on with attempts to broker a ceasefire. I am Karen Chammas
A Difference Between Biden & Trump’s Classified Documents Snafus
"So unfortunately I have to give you a little bit of bad news before the break. And that is, and that is that Biden isn't going to pay the price for this. I'm sorry. He's not going to pay the price to this. Again, Margot Cleveland of the federalist rights, I'm going to share some more things that she's written in her column. But this is a very important distinction and she goes on to show or she illustrates in her writing exactly how the Biden administration is already beginning to play this. And this is why I tell you that courageous conservatism is going to become more and more instrumental if we're going to win in 2024 if we're going to take back this country. And we need The White House. We need the Senate. Mitch McConnell gave the Senate away. Oh my God, I guarantee you Donald Trump, as a matter of fact, he has some words to say about Mitch McConnell. I guarantee you Donald Trump regrets endorsing Mitch McConnell the last time he was running. It will never make that mistake again. I'm sure of that. But going back to this column with Marco Cleveland, she says this, and I quote, while Biden has yet to personally address the discovery of the classified documents, now she wrote this yesterday, having ignored questions on the issue from reporters covering his Mexico City summit, his administration is already spinning the story. One Biden source told CNN that the president's quote lawyers immediately contacted the national archives and records administration which started looking into the matter. Biden Biden's team cooperated with naira or in ARA, which later came to view the situation as a mistake due to due to lack of safeguards for documents.
"ara" Discussed on Further Together the ORAU Podcast
"The process of the research they are all three are entering the second. Six months to twelve months efforts generals being on. It'll be entering into the second six months and also carried over the fiscal year vander to the second year by twenty two of their projects and so they've had some time to work with their university partners at this point. They've made progress in their efforts. And so it'd be great just to hear how the research is knowing what. The research topic is what progress they expect to make by the end of the projects in you know what what's on the horizon for the future after this work was done running so i think doing those those three individually over the next three months after we do the kind of high level odi artie. Presentation would be very very useful to to to folks who are interested in the process not to mention just fees are e process and had a kind of build those relationships right effective proposals and and do work that's meaningful. I'm looking forward to all those conversations are talking. I love talking to our yard searchers. So great you sit down with them one on one and talk about their work and where they are. What if anything happens next all of those things so looking forward to it and looking forward to rolling up a series. So thank you for or with with me with boats. He have this idea. And rove out what. I hope will be a long-term series of episodes on the work that we're doing in the research. Absolutely no i. I greatly appreciate earl's help. You do an excellent job with these. I think the The research podcast is a great way to get this information out there without having kind of scheduled time where everyone has to come together. Because everyone's very busy. So i'm gonna do my best to to announce these at the we do a tape three once a month rupo and i'll make sure that everybody. Here's every month about what's coming up. So they can at their leisure. Go and get the podcast listened to it and At the it's a great way to be able to move this forward. So i certainly appreciate your help with us very much lax fandom as as i said i love talking about our research so this is this is right up my anyways so i'm looking forward to it. Is there anything that we want to make. Sure we say before we close things out. Oh i think. I think we've said about all we need for the time being but i'm really looking forward to Kind of seeing how the series goes and getting the word out there about our research. And i just you know ask everyone to keep this on your radar and make sure you come and listen to the the further together podcast series every month. And we'll be talking to sarah our november so watts for that episode to drop. Wherever you get your podcasts health care can thank you so much for joining me. Today to talk about are coming research series and i look forward to talking to you against great. Thank you very much. Thank you for listening to further together. The o. Ara you podcast to learn more about any of the topics discussed by experts visit. Www dot o. r. a. dot. Org you can also find us on facebook twitter and lincoln at o. Ara and on instagram at owari. You together if you like further together. The owari you podcast. Who would appreciate you giving us a review on your favorite podcast platform. Your reviews will help more. People find the podcast..
"ara" Discussed on Blindfold Chess
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"ara" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar
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"ara" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You Is there a public offering on the table The addressable market here is massive I mean the Tam here is huge Anybody that's got a device It's not just U.S. based U.S. and global in nature So we think with the right product the right innovation the right team the right capital base This is just a massive opportunity We've got an opportunity to create a really really big company here Eventually that does lead towards the public journey but we want to make sure we're ready for that journey We want to make sure that the product is working really well We've got the making of a great brand We've got great distribution So sometime in the next few years we would certainly have considered that But overall we think that we're very well positioned for a massive amount of success especially as a lot of these forces converge here in our favor And the price of the product is fairly low I mean do you see that continuing Well you have to raise prices at some point and how do you maintain quality on a long-term basis So we have been very careful about making sure that we vertically integrate all of the technology we need so we can bring the pricing down for the consumer because if you want to make the product accessible if you go today and you go buy all of the solutions that make up the coracora individually that may cost you 80 9000 bucks a month which for most families they don't want to spend that kind of money around this particular problem set So we really have brought that down to about $15 a month We think that's about the right price point And we really hope that we can continue to keep adding a lot more features as we get more distribution and scale reach while keeping the pricing very very consistent for family so they can afford it All right aura will keep our eye on you Hurry Ravi Chandra and the CEO of ara there Thank you for joining us Coming up Google reveals the latest smartphones the pixel 6 and the pixel 6 pro.
"ara" Discussed on Reefer MEDness
"Of COVID, whether you were tested or not. And during the conversation I had with Britney she had some difficulties with her testing. And she gets into that a little bit about her second test did not necessarily come out as positive. So I think it was a false negative for her because she doesn't think that the testing went down deep enough. Now I have swab people for tickled a few brains. You have to get down deep and you have to leave it in there. We're counting. I think one of my practitioners was counting for 12 seconds. I think I was counting for 15. And you give it a little twice. So it's not a comfortable thing. But the long COVID is essentially you have these symptoms for a long time. Now I think it was probably in October or November twib episode with ara talking about spring break and the kids were all going down south in Florida, but spring break happens in March, but maybe it was March this year. And they were all going down and the kids were this is early COVID. It seems like an old emerges. But yeah, when the 20 somethings were all trying to get it, right? Because they figured they'll get it and they'll get over it and go forward. Well, what they discovered is some of those young kids were getting long haulers and they were sick for quite a while. So this is not a disease you want to go out there and catch to get better. I mean, it's like, what was it a meme I saw on social media? You don't go out and try to purposely catch polio. No. So anyways, this young lady caught caught COVID while being a frontline worker essential worker working.
"ara" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Back to this season. Fourteen episode twenty. Two of the bantu podcast. Today we're going to be discussing browsers use them. Why we've got some command line love but before we get started if you wanna speak to us in between shows you could join our telegram have been to podcast org slash telegram and we'd really appreciate it if you had over to a boon to podcast all slash donate to help support our production costs. Oj recing ten can produce shows for us a maker sound fabulous on with that said. I would like to introduce my hosts for the evening. Hello mark how're you. How i martin. I'm very well. thank you allen. Hello how are you. i'm good thank you for asking. You're welcome so mark. what have you been up to. I have been migrating to volt orden. Now i remember this. This is a rust implementation of the bit warden back end. Is that right out. The rename of yeah. Yeah that's it. Isn't it. So i was already running the rest implementation of the bit wouldn't back end but i was running the version. That was cold water. Ara right and then. He got renamed to vote warden. So i had to do some fiddling around to make sure i would continue using the new name version. Not the old version which wasn't being updated anymore. And was seamless. It will seamless so the way. I've chosen to run is. I'm running as docker container using the system. D daca service and all i had to do is go into the system day. The unit file the unit file. Thank you and change the name of the container that it was running and then restart the service and everything worked so system day starts the docker container. Yes right okay. Very good and I attorney been hearing. Good things about vote warden since you mentioned it An i'm considering making the move myself. So is there anything that i should be aware of beer for embark on such journey. I continue to have good experience. I've not found any nasties lurking. Does the same job doesn't make my. I'm a catch fire brilliant. That's all i ask. That sounds very agreeable. And allen of you've been up to i've been setting. My home sever on fire. I've been migrating all day. So i mentioned previously migrated data for my three old migra service onto a newer gen eight micro server. And that's now up in the loft which leads me with three spare microsoft is. I'm what i'm doing. Is deleting data off them ready to throw them on ebay Because it turns out. People still buy even the n. Thirty six l..
"ara" Discussed on Light Hearted
"Part for me. Yeah it is right dialogue. That's interesting and believable and Keeps the story going real art. Let me ask you a big question. Here is the sixty four thousand dollar question and I've asked this of people before. But it's been a while but i think you're a good person to ask why are lighthouses so fascinating to so many people well they're associated with beaches and vacations for a lot of people Or or they have that. Overpowering comforting ara about them almost religious the idea of salvation of you know being your brother's keeper as i mentioned before they're a symbol of a lot of things and if you look around you know that because they're on a lot of products and movies are still being made about him. Recently had the lighthouse with willem defoe and robert patterson which was a strange twisty wine but while joined it. I enjoyed it so i think they just have have this appeal. That's everything from beechy to. I'm my life as storm. And i need this symbol to get me through the does And what do you think are the biggest challenges facing lighthouse preservation to money. Money and money. You know you never have enough money to do all the things you need to do. Taking care of lighthouses. Similar to taking care of ships You know it's a whole instead of the in the water into which you pour money into whole beside the water in to wage for money They're they're old structures. You have been Redone over the years and not necessarily in a wise way. Masonry as something that you really have to be careful with and and we see many cases were that's that's been ruined by good intentions. It's just a very difficult thing to want to take care of a lighthouse. But you know what i see. A really love is that every every group has at least that one person who is crazy passionate about What's going on. And i could give you a whole list of names of sure people..
"ara" Discussed on Your Transformation Station
"Doing. Oftentimes you're not gonna get again the coverage you want so trademarked work. You have to indicate the types of goods and services are gonna do so think of nike. They have trademark Athletic sports apparel. They don't have what for automobiles because they don't do anything in automobiles. Well edward file trade and say okay. I'm going to go get the trademark for my new company that came. xyz whatever company. And i just go. You know you file it the wrong way. You don't get the right their classes. You don't get the right categories any going to be knocking. Any coverage is really going to provide any value. So you handy. That copyrights are one where they're not as difficult or more free forward but the biggest issue barrier is that the system within which you file them is not very well done. It's made in the nineteen nineties and they updated the system sends and so is more of. It's kind of like if you've ever gone out and filled out like Fill out the era of infra mortgage or you do a contract. You'd implement agreement. He gotta read. I think i feel it outright. Repeal it outright not sure you kinda get that same billing and you know where i always look at. It is just kind of do it as you have. One option is you just do yourself. You have no idea what you're doing but he did kind of winging a prayer you have the second option. Is you kind of do more of the diy often where you have a coarser. You have a video the follow and then you have the the last one which is a Relate to kind of real estate. If i think of gay you can. If you need you have a roof over your head. You have to have some sort of health refute survive if you knew yourself is kind of like going in setting up tents you if you have no experience you can set up a ten it is technically roof or you don't have a lot of amenities but you do have a roof over your you. Kind of more of the diy option others legalzoom or youtube video or something. It's kind of like you know if you're thinking of watching youtube video and it tells me how to build a house. I can build a house and you want to have a shelter. Your head now may not be a very clever as house or night south but probably better than an end and so. That's kind of when you get to the options and then attorney is more of your to go and hire a builder has experienced knows how to build a home. Make it nice. The heating and air conditioning. Make sure the roof doesn't leak in those. That's kind of the same thing as when you whether or not getting attorney all have the budget ford to set up a ten yourself. It's better than not having any shelter over your head if you have a little bit more budget and you can build the kind of the white house better than having it and if you actually have something of value in abril return. they knew. That's where he go. Ara bernie so with the you mentioned legalzoom. I had a friend that has experienced a rip off in that situation. What is your thought towards a legal zoom. Think legal zoom. I know a lot of attorneys attorneys legal legalzoom reason for i think that there is kind of who nutrients thought in their big conflicting. But i'll give you on the one hand. I think they'd legalzoom fills a gap in the marketplace for people that need Don't have a lot of a lot of money. They need some sort of assistance. Who gets dumping in place kinda like building your own house. I need a in my head. I start up on small business. I don't have any funds. I gotta. I liked to get something in place and so at least have some form of protection. That's kind of where legal incomes bro. There is a marketplace for that. The problem is that people don't realize that there is a difference between legal zoom versus an attorney that you know they're saying well it's probably about the same and i i miss margai as usually a specialist starters. Everybody thinks they're the smartest person in the room. Otherwise you would have never started business like any no deal do. I can figure it out. And you're negating the same thing we technically while you're on taxes you can set up your business. You start are going to be a doctor if you you know you can go try a doctor and operate on yourself. See how all those turns out. And that's kind of where legalzoom where people think they've gotten used to diy on so many other things that they think all legalzoom. So i think there is a place for it. But i think that people need to realise limitations of. You're getting what you're paying for and you need to balance out with. What is the motivations. If really does wanna have stamp patent pending on dumping on your product to scare off the chinese people that are off. They're going to be a small business. That's fine if you're wanting to go in investor dollars in an angel investor venture capital. You're wanting to grow this business to something that has real value into it. Legalzoom isn't gonna provide that level protection. So you kinda gotta look and see one of my motivations what am i. Why do i need protection. Why am i going after this. And then balance out with what you know which which often you're going to pursue with the process of filing for patent trademark or copyright. What is that process like. And once i've completed it. How long does it. Last each of those streets. Things are different pat markup also copyright rights ladies and gentlemen to get full access to today's episode swing by our patriotic count patriot dot com slash whitey. 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"ara" Discussed on Limitless Mindset
"That is not your own. I mother mug great example here. My mother was quite red pelt From a young age. I remember her and i remember that. She was against feminism. She was against the political correctness and liberalism of the time. The the the same forces that we now see just ravaging our culture. But here's an important point. She never hated anyone. Our best family friends were black. Front family our neighbors were Mexican family and i never recall my mother. Disparaging them or disparaging anyone else. Who was a different you know. Identity group unsurprisingly. She voted republican consistently. But she didn't hate democrats and she was a deeply religious woman. The other was never her enemy. The the other identity group out there was never the person that she that she really blamed for. Ara society's problems and she was kind of a political person shoes. We talk about deep things. We talk about the things that were wrong with the world and her enemy was always the devil. So should we all be religious and believe in the devil. Well you have to decide that for yourself. But i know that i'd rather live in a society where people believe in and fear the devil when we stop believing in the devil we succumb to our karnal and primal lusts that corrupt everything and our in group out roope instincts become so easily inflamed. You might be thinking at this point. Okay okay. jonathan interesting argument. People can believe whatever they want. But i am a rational secular person. I don't believe in invisible gods or demons that i don't see evidence for so i'm not on board with this. Well yeah. I can respect that. I can understand that. I'm a mindset guy and a pragmatist before being a rationalist rationality is very important to me but being pragmatic that's a little bit more that that ranks just a little bit higher for me the guy who didn't believe in history is taking rationalism to its furthest extreme if you listen to his podcast that's what you'll hear. He refuses to even have a quantum of faith in the historians of a different time. Who delivered to us. The story of past there are certain beliefs and mindsets that may or may not be true but they are very hopeful and result in human thriving. And i would say that belief in the devil is one of them. Even the most rational and materialist among us choose beliefs based upon preference. If you haven't read a few books on the subject you don't really have a rational basis for your position or belief on a topic. Let me say that again. If you haven't read a few books on on on a subject any given subject Politics medicine health religion sex. Whatever if you haven't read at least a few books on a topic. You i'm sorry. Don't have a rational basis for your your position. Your your opinion on it so i encourage you if you're a rational secular person i'd encourage you to get a little outside of your intellectual comfort zone and read some books about the devil. When i was younger. I read some books. Making the case for the devil with some very harrowing accounts of people's interactions and experiences with a dark and malevolent spiritual force. You don't believe in the devil. Read these books with a skeptical eye. And then ask yourself. If doubting the devil is worth doubting.
"ara" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"Yeah maybe anyway. We're getting at least three colors. And and i don't know i want black with a yellow band and this the first time i've ever wanted an android where watch in my life. What what are you thinking about. The proprietary looking bands. Because that. i'm hoping. I think those are already well. I mean because if you look at the logs the lugs have the same design architecture as a normal eighteen milimeter twenty two millimeter pin pin band. So i think this is just a matter of the renders being like oh i don't want those ugly gaps in there. Let's just make it go all the way. Maybe maybe i host samsung's not stupid enough to do proprietary bands. But if they do. I want to the damn radio. Antennas in the band. I don't care if that makes them one hundred bucks a piece but man. How much better will your wi fi and bluetooth. The if you've got a nine inch antenna yeah. I don't think that's going to happen. Jerry let me be quiet. I mean that'll just kill the third party market completely. But yeah that'll that's another conversation means that it's something like your antennas could break inside of the silica just because you bent at the wrong way like i. I don't really antenna on one side would still work. trust me. it work all right so we know we have a galaxy watch for. We have the gods who watch for classic with the rotating puzzle. We know that they're gonna to run. Where wests three or one. You i watch whatever you wanna call. It is that it are we. Are we kind of out of where news or is there anything else. We think that there could be a sensor in there. Yeah we kinda cool. It would be nice bio electrical impedance which basically lets you measure body fat and a few other things using a single sensor. Obviously google is moving more towards unified health tracking. Api that's that. We forgot the talk about in previous segment is that and that was a bit of a mystery to because they just said oh unified health tracking. But they didn't really attest like ara said. Just kinda teased it yeah. We haven't gotten a peek at basically any of the fitness stuff in any of this like they talked about fit and they showed one screen on an aw one screen that looked like it was a render from a watch and there was like. Oh yeah we're gonna have fitbit. Api's year and i'm like cool. Show me an app with them. Please But i will say i noticed the samsung health icon on the renders. This showed it into bc. This week and i was confused by that because it sounded like they said that samsung health wasn't going to be part of the new os. But it looks like it will be an app on the new a new us so it might just not be assisting might just be a standalone app. I still say that depart. The google didn't say out loud. Was that google health platform is going to have opened. Api's and special api's for companies like samsung to us where the app is samsung else. But it's really just building off of google health platform. Yeah it makes the most sense. Yeah it would basically be a database that gets dumped into and that may you know. Samsung would like that idea. They can still keep their health app that they know people love..
"ara" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk
"A friend of mine a partner. We've partnered on so many different things in the community. And i and she was also a mentor because she led the program when i was there at the gym marin institute jennifer kovic welcome. Hi alex thanks for having me here absolutely. I'm so excited you. And i were chatting before the are Episode here in talking about the nonprofit vs for profit world. So i while i bring a lot of guests that are marketers for profit business leaders who are giving great advice. It's good but i like this episode specifically because you run a nonprofit that helps for profit and nonprofit businesses and veteran programs as well which we'll talk about later but so jennifer. You are director of the south florida of chapter. I say chapter or location for jim moran institute right yes yes i am lucky to also be a native south florida a lot of times if people hear about our organization or part of florida state university so they tend to think were all based up in tallahassee and but no are south florida team is as based here in south florida day in and day out and you said yourself florida native. I always liked that little fact about you that your dad was also born in south florida. Right in fort lauderdale. He was. Yep he has wells. Your daughter i was born here. My daughter was born here. And i even made sure we were all the same hospital to saturn. And that's rare. Because i feel like every day when we meet people in florida it's like they're from south the north wherever but nobody's actually board in florida. I love it. i've gotten it. Luckily traveled quite a bit and live a couple other places but for me south florida's home and My husband i always joke Pity as of their vacation to come here and we get to spend all day here are ara are can definitely echo. That thought. that's why we stay in florida to you know even though it's like we're starting hurricane season now so i'm starting to hear people go. Oh man i gotta get prepared and put. I put the shutters up. There's there's there's the hurricane what are you doing..
Google I/O 2021 Recap: Android 12, Wear OS, Project Starline
"The keynote saved is sort of like put all the boring. I'm quoting boring because it. It's not boring to a lot of people. but all the non-consumer stuff is frontloaded. Then there was the android section with material you and then there was a where wests at the end. Or where if you wanna be accurate about it. So we're going to change up the order. We're gonna talk about the enterprise he non-consumer stuff last and we're gonna to frontload android twelve. That's why everybody's listening so andrew twelve. We've had three vela previews now. We have our first beta. Ara i want to you because the biggest change is visual to at least the beta and we'll talk about why so walk us through material you or as a lot of the google erzen. In these prerecorded sessions called it material. Next seems like the material you. Branding was slapped on last week last minute. But what is material you how does it. What does this relationship with android. And how are we supposed to think about android twelve in relation to the big. What's the big picture right now. In terms of andrew twelve so material. You isn't just going to be for android. Apparently is going to come to chromebooks in some shape or form in the next year. So as well i think But material you is the next iteration the next generation of material design which debuted at google. Ao and twenty fourteen. Which coincidentally was the year that android where launched and this year. We got updates to both platforms. Yea material you. It's going to make everything more dynamic to make everything more responsive
Google Announces ‘Pixel Buds a-Series’ in Accidental Unveil
"This was a doozy. We know that google will announce a cheaper version of the pixel buds a or the pixel buds. Rather call the pixel buds. A and. then. I think it was. Was it wednesday or tuesday. This week has been a blur. Google the android account the official verified undercount tweets a. I'll read it for you here. It's just seems. Like one of those throwaway tweets that you don't actually notice until they announce a an unreleased product in it quality sound and quick bluetooth pairing check. The new pixel buds a-series have arrived. Enjoy one tap bluetooth. Pairing with the updated fast pair experience on hashtag android and. There's a photo of new pixel buds with fast pair and a photo of the all white pixel buds a connecting to a what looks like a pixel five so this tweet goes up around midday i think and it stays up for about twenty minutes and then a bunch of people like us noticed that it was up and start tweeting about it. I quote tweeted at saying that. This was the most google thing to ever happen and then about five minutes later. The tweet goes dead. Thankfully everybody knew that it would go dead so they took screen shots. And that's why we have these this evidence for posterity. Not a big surprise. Ara we know that know that this is coming now. Probably know that. It's coming at google. I o but this is interesting because we weren't really sure how google was going to market this It's obviously less. There's less color the the ones that we've seen. It's a single tone color scheme for all of them. So there's an all white probably in all black and i believe it was all green dark
"ara" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling
"To get started no prob her daughter. Bernice too long We will go ara guys. We are back with her back to the for poor.
"ara" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Diagnosed with juvenile type one diabetes a year ago, and he's worried about how to get her back out into the world with her health risks. Here's his question are daughters of the prime age for making long term friends, but I've had to start saying no to unmask neighborhood kids coming to the house, asking her to come out and play. How do we navigate keeping our daughter safe, while society will demand that we relax our stance, even though we really can't So in my opinion, if your kid is not vaccinated, they should be wearing a mask to play with other Children, whether they have type one diabetes or not, And I don't other parents. I don't know that you should feel guilty about saying no When kids come to your door and they're unmasked, you're advising parents. It's pretty much business as usual in terms of covert protocols, right? It sounds like The wave of vaccinations doesn't really change things for them. I think it changes things from the standpoint of the adults that they're potentially able to interact with. So again. Other parents and grandparents that have been vaccinated, eh? So from that standpoint, things are much better and things look. Great from the standpoint of interacting with other kids. From that standpoint, it is business as usual. How do you have those kinds of conversations with other parents? I've never had one that didn't feel fraud or judgmental, Frankly, yeah, you know, I think it really how you have that conversation also depends on your relationship to that parent. And how will you know them? Because if you're really good friends, you could be like, you know. Well, we're not. We're not gonna have our kids play without a mask. You understand what it goes from there? But if this is a you know, a new relationship, our relationship that you don't hasn't formed as well. You can come again from a place of empathy. I know this time has been so hard right? Like I really want to get our kids together. And we have a strict rule in our house that we can't do play dates without mask. Are you okay with that? And if yes, you know, proceed and have the play date. And if the answer's no. Well, sorry, we can't do that. At this time. We have a really strict rule in our house. So we are heading into summer. People are going to start thinking about vacation again. Adults vaccinated and they want to bring the kid on that flight. What your thinking on that I am getting so many questions about travel, whether that's domestic travel, but actually, I'm getting even more about international travel parents, especially from other countries wanting to go back home. I am recommending honestly against travel, especially airborne travel in an airplane. However, parents are trying to go anyway. And so I am recommending that they do as much as they can keep their child safe, wearing a surgical mask and on top of that, even wearing a cloth masks. Dr Romero. Are you getting these questions too? About travel? Yes. Yes, I am Dr. Her dearest, exactly what you're saying that is that I tactfully, but at the same time, let them know that I think that foreign travel is, I think very inadvisable at this time, and that's because of the level of the disease in many countries. If they do want to travel, I suggest that they traveled by car. You want to try to travel as a unit in your car of possible. All right. Well, thank you. Both have to say it's sobering heading into the spring and summer. You haven't given me carte blanche to have all the playdates. My child's friends are demanding. You can have them, but outside yes and So this is what they vaccines are coming. They really are, And that is really what is going to give the safety to our Children. It is coming. Keep the faith like that. Your robe, Ara said it is coming. Doctor heard Garris. Thank you so much for your time. You're welcome, Dr Romero..
"ara" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Sophisticated lady by the charles. Mingas sextet and eric toffee. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman a warning or audience. The following story contains graphic descriptions and images of police violence. We now turn to. Virginia where lieutenant in the army. Medical corps is suing to police officers. Who pepper sprayed and pushed him to the ground. Point their guns at him during a traffic stop at a gas station. Last december lieutenant koran. Who is black. Latinx next man was wearing his army uniform. At the time as ara says. He drove to the gas station to avoid pulling over in a dark road after he noticed a police car flashing. Its lights at him so that he could be somewhere public and well lit whylie interacted with them. Video of the attack. In the town of windsor. Virginia has sparked outrage right here. What's going on going on. I'm serving his country and this is how treated to what's going on what's going on. I'm sorry what now going on and now she's out the door work with doesn't we'll talk to you get out to you. Receive an order obey it. I'm i'm honestly afraid to get out. Get out woods going on. Go out. I have not committed any crimes whether you're right now your rest for. I think maybe you think violation. I do not have to get out the vehicle. You haven't even told me why being really get your heart. Get your hands off and doesn't get your off me and you know what your hands off me became. I didn't do anything. don't do that. Data gonna now don't do. I'm trying to tell you i'm trying. I'm organizers lex. He's relaxed on on on actively serving. This country is how you gonna treatment. I didn't do. Whoa what's going hold on watch. It was.
Police chief condemns Chauvin's use of force on Floyd
"Chief of Police in Minneapolis, took the stand today at the trial of Derek Shove in the white former police officer accused of killing George Floyd at Black Man chief Madeira Ara Dondo acknowledged that he felt Shoven put too much pressure on George Floyd for too much time and that the former officer violated department policy on use of force and rendering medical aid.
"ara" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Extended suspension of President Biden's moratorium on deportations. Federal judges temporarily blocked the Biden administration's 100 Day pause and deportations, extending the suspension through February 23rd to give Texas at the White House more time to prepare cases. The judge also studying irreparable harm to Texas if an extension was not granted. States sued the federal government last month for the deportation pause that Texas attorney General Ken Paxton called unlawful and perilous. That would put Americans in danger and that violated existing agreements a pause the Biden administration calls necessary to make decisions on immigration and foreign policy. Jeff Manasso. Fox News U. N. Experts say North Korea has modernized its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile arsenals by flaunting United Nations sanctions using cyberattacks to help finance its arsenal. Panel says North Korea reportedly stole over $316 million in virtual assets from 2019 to November 2020 these U. N experts added. North Korea also continues to seek material and technology overseas for use in these programs. National Transportation Safety Board says the pilot flying the helicopter that was carrying Kobe Bryant and seven other passengers made several in flight missed a CSA's weather conditions worsened. And DSP Chairman Robert Sumwalt says Ara is O'Brien's desire to complete the flight last January led to bad decision making. Bye infrequently flew Bryant and his Children and was also killed. The Senate Judiciary Committee said of February 22nd confirmation hearing for Merrick Garland. President Biden's pick for attorney general Garland is a federal appeals court judge whom Republicans bypassed for a seat on the U. S. Supreme Court in 2016..
"ara" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Smooth. Um Jason, locking four had an article today that you know if the Packers value or Jason Locke and four things were says then, and I don't know that they do. They might. Yeah. Then the Packers should be sweating a little bit here because it's in large contrast to what has been, you know position since Roger's got dumped from the NFC championship game, and obviously LeFlore going for the three is showing the six and then the two and then Baba Blah and Roger's loses to Tom Brady, and he's now one and four in the NFC championship game. He's lost four straight. He's 37. Even though he's gonna win the NDP. They just read that his replacement, blah, blah, blah goes on and on, and he was very candid, very honest, although in the eyes of some, including Jason, very orchestrated in what he said, and he's jumped on a few times with McAfee is buddy and he's He's basically tried to throw some water on those flames. But you know, Jason opens up a dialogue. That's interesting in the sense that you know, he believes, based on interactions that nothing about what Jason said with the coach around the NFL that assistant GM That he chronicles in this very good piece on CBS sports dot com that basically the Packers have never really won over. Aaron Rodgers is affection. Interesting point to leave. It is and then we alarm We remember this from a couple years ago with Mike McCarthy and even a couple years before Mike McCarthy's exit with the shuffling of coordinator or not, coordinated, really is like who's calling the plays. It just it was getting dicey, and you could feel it when you listen to Aaron Rodgers. You know, press conferences. He was always, you know, positive because I don't think he's a He's not a like a team arsonist or anything like that. But he was. You could tell there was like some passive and aggressiveness underneath the things that he was saying, Um And so when you get a new coach and mouth floor, then you go 13 and three like, man, we were Super Bowl viable. Right now we have a good run game. We have good old line. You know, we've gotten better and free agent Seeing defense, but we can be good. And then right After that, you draft a quarterback to replace him. Take dude. Wouldn't the hell are you thinking Green Bay Packers? But this is just history repeating themselves because they know how they mismanaged or miss. Identified Brett Farve desire to exit now. A lot of this was on far because he was talking about retirement. So they drafted in Roger's in 05, but he didn't start until eight. So he sat for three seasons. And it almost felt at the end like they were pushing him out, and it's like the Packers didn't learn anything from that. They're repeating it. You draft a replacement. Eventually you gotta push out the starter. Even if he's got game left, and Brett Farve certainly had game left. What made this interesting for me as I read Jason's Jail sees Article Jason Locke and fours article BT is that The NFL is a copycat league. We know this a cliche that you always hear, but it's also vicious. If they sense if a team since his blood in the water somewhere they are attacking, man, and so right now there are Probably a lot of head coaches, and it's certainly the one that jail, see it was talking to who he didn't identify in specific who will do anything that they can To go snag Aaron Rodgers. And so while yesterday we position this says he's not going nowhere. He just wants more money, which probably is still the case There is there is a belief that he could be had And if if, if that's real than teams, we're going to definitely come after Aaron Rodgers because they've seen what happens when you transition a star from one team to another. If it's a better environment, Tom Brady's in the Super Bowl with Tom Brady and in a few others with you, no lesser extent taking on a few others, no doubt because jumped around. Let me read this to you because the way Jason frame's this basically the first paragraph of the PC, he wrote it and then or he wrote something on social media. I guess Jason did. And then within minutes of that, his phone rang. Jason's phone rang. And it was from an area Cody to recognize picked it up. It was the way why would you Why would you answer a phone? If you didn't know I'd never do I never ever do now. I guess he's an insider. He kind of has to, like, Just take the shot. But you know what nonsense you get when you answered calls that you have no idea what is? I never answer my phone. I never do either. My wife calls May I answer it? If my son calls me on his little phone, I'll hand trick someone here, his voice. You know, kids. He doesn't have a watch yet, but you know I'll do that. If my mom or dad calls I'll pick it up. If if our agent calls, there's a chance to make more money, believe a picking it up, then. No doubt and that's pretty much it right or fly or if I have a tee time, But it's one of my buddies that it's in the neighborhood of when we're playing. And I think that maybe he got the railed. That's it picking up turn off calls or Yeah, I mean, but the phone rings 10 times a day I pick it up, maybe half of one that your average and mine go to message and it says Sorry, I can't answer my phone text me Instead, I'm more likely kickbacks. I know I've actually heard that Mean picking up with May I know the message you're talking about. All right, so, but I don't even call you much. I text you exact hate talking on the phone. Yeah, I'm not a big fan. I'm not a big unless I have to. I'm not a big fan of it. You know what? I used to enjoy talking on the phone when I used to dip when I was younger and college. I'd work like faded a little bit. She'll back then. Like you talk to you for two hours. You know, 17 18 years old. Great point, right? I mean in those days, but I got to lay the foundation right? All right. So here's the quote Tiki from the head coach, unidentified head coach quote. Everything you said is true, right? But trust me, we want in on this thing. It's never really been good between him and the coach has been a long feeling out process and it looks like it's over. Ara knows exactly what he's saying. And exactly what he is doing and quote from the from the head coach, one of 32 head coach in the NFL. I don't know who when it's one of them now. So I think that Roger is playing for the Packers. We've won. Absolutely do. I think that this story is interesting. I do. I fear that interesting too. You know to have that kind of attachment, quotes and you just protecting the coach. But obviously Jason's well sourced that is that's pretty pointing stuff right there. It just means that someone's gonna come after him, and so Now it puts the Packers in an odd spot because they now know that one they have. They're going to get there. Gonna feel calls for Aaron Rodgers. They should have known that anyway, though. Yes. They should have known that anyway. So they're gonna They're gonna field calls for Aaron Rodgers. Which think about that You're fielding calls for the guy who just want the M V P and they have to think about it. You know what I mean? So it's not like they have to think about this. They have to say, Will this position us to get Super Bowl viable without Aaron Rodgers in two years, right? They have to. They can't just ignore these these calls. And if you're if you're Aaron Rodgers, the best your urine win win. There's there's a loss here for Aaron Rodgers, because either he's going to get dealt to some place where he feels more desired. Um or he's about to get broke off on account. Extension cheese is gonna make him feel better. Right at the end of the day. You know if you're a couple extra 100, you know, whatever. Probably gonna be a dangerous six or $7 million a year. Like so $10 million.8 million dollars more a year round of what he's making out. So he's 25. Yes, so probably like 8 to $10 million more years. He gets that he's probably feels OK about being slighted like that..
Furniture Finishing Q&A with Mike Mascelli Finishing
"This questions from chips. Stoltzfus and chip. If you have anything to do with. Stoltzfus is restaurant in lancaster. Pencil or no bird in hand pennsylvania. Oh country i miss that place dearly. All right i have been a professional woodworker for almost twenty five years. I started out in a large making church furniture and have since worked mostly in smaller cabinet shops. In that time every finisher. I've ever worked with said that you shouldn't san to sand higher than one. Twenty or one fifty grit. They claimed once you get higher than fifty polish is the would not let stain it here. Like it is designed yet. I often hear you talking about standing to three twenty or higher before finishing all of the shops. I've worked with have had have used wiping saints with some type of lacquer. Topcoat is the difference in sanding due to different finishes. I've started using rubio. monaco. And i've noticed that it gives a smoother finish if the piece of sand to the higher grits. Thank you for your time and great work with the pun. So well i've heard this many times Thank you for asking a couple of things that i think we should just sorta get On the table it matters a lot. What kind of would you're working with More so even than the than the finished. So if you're working in oak or mahogany and really open. Grain pours wood particularly oak. You can get away with a lot of stuff on on course grit sandy because you have such deep pours and lines in the in the in the grain of the as it is if you're in maple or you're in cherry It's a very different game. So you have You're talking about church furniture. A lot of that furniture's oak. Yeah in a production shop setting you're gonna send this stuff with a production machine may be a big stir machine dual pad sander And you're going to get this stuff out the door because you're in a commercial setting so sanding to a one twenty or one fifty you're leaving fairly significant scratches so in in oak if you see a neatly along the grain those scratches won't be as objectionable if you're using wedding stained product. I'm holding this up for the folks that can't see this. This is a mohawk wiping stain product. That's pretty typical you. You'd see in a commercial shop and this is mostly a die product. That doesn't have a lot of pigment in it again. I did a a article which we coming out and find woodworking here soon about diane pigment but die think about the like a strong food coloring or t it's going to penetrate into the would as much as it can whatever the would will absorb and that's what you get. A pigment is nicely ground fine particles of nice dirt so the pigment if you had it in a wiping stained product or know a commercial setting if you're gonna put die on it's going to absorb what it's going to absorb and that heart and twenty grit sanded. Surface is going to absorb guy and the grooves of the santa scratches are going to absorb a little bit more die because you have the sides of the of the valley if you will open if you have a pigment in your in your stand mix if you have deep scratches like one twenty scratches the pigment is gonna lodge in those scratches so what we always say in. The shops are if you sat at one twenty and uses a pigment stain and you see and at a higher grit. The one twenty grit is going to appear darker because more pigment is gonna stay behind when you if you do a white walker if you leave it there because you there's more places for the pigment the lodge there's there's more surface area right. There's there's a valleys of the sand scratches the pigments going to go in there and it's going to stay so if you take the exact same piece of lumber and sanded at one twenty and seeing like to and stain it. It's going to look darker at one. Twenty okay is that to twenty. So that's one aspect of the of the the higher grit sitting as far as this business about polishing the. Would if you see end up high enough if you take a piece of maple cherry and you sanded up to four five six hundred you'll create a surface. That's almost like this piece of plexiglass. It's very very resistant to anything. Even the dies so it really is true. If you stand up too far you will. You will resist the action of the die penetrating and of course there's no place for the pigment to lodge so it's going to look very very light so to to well. I always say as a rule of thumb is that the middle ground here is to twenty okay and there's two reasons for the to twenty one for the color and once for the fish on the collar side if you're sanding at you know eighty and one twenty and one fifty whatever it is if you don't sand perfectly each grit progressively you're gonna leave one hundred grit scratch someplace so if santa to twenty neatly it even if you leave one hundred grade or one hundred fifty grit. Scratch somewhere in that pattern. It won't be noticeable because the to twenty will help smooth that over the other reason for the one on the finnish. Side is if you leave to twenty grid scratches most finishes at two applications. You know a couple of dry mills of finish most finishes will bridge to twenty scratches at one twenty. You gotta put a whole lot of finish on there to get it to bridge the the valleys and in the case of church furniture. It didn't matter you know if it's oak. You're not going for a full pour piano by finish so it's okay you can leave him at one. Twenty it doesn't make the finish. Grab any better I mean you need a little bit of tooth for like the modern era things and stuff even this rubio other than lacquers which melt into each other. You need a little bit of tooth and usually in between the coats is when we would send three twenty okay so the bare would prep would be bringing up through the grit. Says you need to Up to about two twenty as a rule of thumb in most woods an inbetween your coats of finish. If you're going to scuff in between that would be at say three twenty at the most if you go too much then it's true you're finish isn't gonna would here so Also if you do test boards now sanding at two twenty the you're you're you're staining will look differently if you finish at one eighty or one hundred question Particularly again if the if the caller i will call it. Disdain is sort of or ginger. If the color delivery system includes some pigment those pigment particles that powder dirt is gonna lodge in those poor in the pores of the wood and in your scratches and the other thing is if you're going to sand rough if you're gonna leave it at one twenty or one fifty you'd better stand really really neatly with the grain. Is any them cross grade. He's gonna show up like a scar. A so special pigtail swirls from iran. A morbid sander and again give you some some advice on that if you're standing up to two twenty with a random orbit i'm gonna really good ones. There's air powered ones in. There's there's an electric ones even really good to twenty random orbit. You're gonna get little swirly marks. You can handsome those out but you got back up to one eighty. Okay get those swirly marks at back up to one eighty on a hand block get the swirlies out and then hand block at two twenty so use your random orbit to get most of the work done in and try to minimize the swirly marks but if you get those little squirrels you've got to send him out yet. Backup one grip. I've i've recently started doing christian beck's method of. I think come one fifty or so. He pulls the pat off the ran more but does a hand pass them one. Eighty four but paul's pat off does a hand pass is is even. If you're trying to clear the swirlies out okay. The other thing that can help is a lot of these. Random orbits now the new ones. The lyrics are adjustable. Speed variable-speed ara. Are you supposed to change that speed. I've never touch that knob. Where do you run at high on. Fast or slow. Whatever it's i have no idea. I've never thought about that. Phnom well if you put it now all the way fast you're going to remove a lot more material and you're gonna leave more swirly marks if you put it all away. Slow was gonna go. Roy moore and you're not gonna get good standing action. So somewhere in the middle is better and slower is better so i would say sand at the slowest speed. That's effective for what you're trying to do. Okay you will minimize the squirrelly marks if you said at full number ten You're not only gonna not gonna have as much control of what you're seeing but you're gonna leave more swirlies
Michael Kennedy on Why He Started The 'Talk Python To Me' Podcast
"Happy to have you here. To supposed talk python with me right is that isn't that why we're here today. That is the slogan right I think this on thing is It's starting to catch on in the space people are paying to it. So for for anyone who isn't a coin yet with Michael, That was a play on words that's called upon this because Michael. Michael Who's Talk Python with me right is am I saying that correctly just talk python is that how you referred to I go a little bit That's the short version talk by to me is officially it's it's. I tunes name I suppose you would say but yeah, it's all good. Can you tell me a little bit about why you started your podcast? This is always a fun conversation for me to about developer t but I want to know more about why you started talk python to me. Well. I didn't really want to start a podcasts per se I've been a huge fan of podcasts since I suppose since before they were called podcast, there was like Ara sessa RSS Closures would download staff and I put him on my little. Rio Player you know and take it listen the ability to drop in on these conversations. It adds so much value. To. Technical stuff I believe I feel like a lot of the technical things that we encounter by the time you to them. They're super sterilized know. The docks. Here's the function takes these parameters. Maybe, here's a tutorial to go along with it but what you don't get is you don't get why was created this way not that way what is the history of it? Like where did it come from what came before and what might come after an podcast tell those stories so well, I think it's so why did create it well, when I got into python six ish years ago something like that I'm. Like all right I'm this is my new place I've decided I'm going to really just learn this this technology and and live in this ecosystem I, want the podcast like how do I where do I go to start listening to him and there were zero the hedonism before and they'd all shutdown I'm like there's just no Po-. How can there be one of the most popular programming languages and not a single podcasts? In that community, right. So I thought well I kind of always wanted to start a podcast anyway, but didn't have a topic. I'm somewhat new at this, but I don't mind. You know to put myself out there, and if if people don't hate the idea of it, maybe I'll keep doing it and so I just started it because I wanted to hear the stories told about what's amazing things people are doing in programming and specifically and Python. And those stories weren't being told so I'm like, Oh, I, guess I'll be the first listener.
WNBA Players Wear 'Vote Warnock' Shirts Opposing Atlanta Dream Co-Owner
"Ara guys, it's crunch time here on the jump wnba players were vote wore not t shirts game this week that was in support of Rafael Warnock, who is challenging Atlanta Dream co-owner. Kelly Lafler for his US Senate seat law has of course spoken out about her position to the black lives matter movement though Kendrick, what is your reaction to the entire Wnba League banding together to support for appointment? Rachel listen they have this ten and on the front line foot the from the beginning for years affect before the NBA started before the NBA players join. Though WNBA players would the forefathers it is. They would've was that started this and it drink down. So I always applaud them and again, rates outweighs telling you please women, they don't do a lot of talk and they take X. men do a lot of talking, and then accident comes a little later. It does women. And they me business and I want to applaud the John. WNBA Greg the WNBA players and female athletes in particular have led the way on social activism from the beginning, they are not beating around the bush. They're not being polite about it. They're being direct into the point about what they want. They've already tweeted from their union account that they want her out of the League. So they're not, they're not beating around the bush. They're telling you exactly what they want and like perks says they have constantly led the way. It's absolutely their right to use their voices as American citizens, and also we ask athletes all the time to be leaders in their community to participate in initiatives that the community, and if this is something they think is going to help their community. They certainly have every opportunity to use those voices and I'm so so proud to be associated with the WNBA for the amount of the these. These women hair and that they are willing to stick their necks out. It is so impressive.
New Massachusetts travel order comes with $500 per day fine for noncompliance
"Announced a new travel order for the Commonwealth to help fight the Corona virus pandemic and if you don't comply You're going to get hit with a $500 fine. Let's go live now. Double BBC's Karen Regal covering the story. Lorry. May I introduce you to the Massachusetts travel form? As of August? First, you're going to fill that out. If you leave the state if you go to Disney World in Florida, if you go to Arizona to visit your grandmother, if you go to California to do whatever it is they do in California in the you in San Diego. Let's say if you go there if you come back If you're coming to Massachusetts to go to the Cape, you're going to follow the Massachusetts travel form. And unless you've tested negative and you can prove it in the last 72 hours before you said, what Inside the Commonwealth. You're gonna have to self quarantine for 14 days or face fines up to $500 this is to continue to stop the spread. It's probably not a coincidence that this kind of coincide when the call of students descend upon the state, the governor says that he's not going to be stopping cars at the border. Not him personally, nor our state employee is going to be stopping cars at the border and checking, he says. So far, the honor system has worked fairly well here in Massachusetts, but nobody wants to go back to those those Awful days. Laurie in February and March and April, when everybody had a shelter in place it in the Cocotte 19 in the training virus. We're just running wild like a like a wildfire, and in July when the weather is dry, nobody wants that to happen again. So this is going into place now. Now there are exceptions. Most of the new England states, New York, is on this list of states with lower rates of transmission in Massachusetts, if you just crossing the border to go shopping, and have you taken the cellar down, too York to go visit. You don't have to self quarantine when you come back. We have all of that up on Ara on our Twitter feed. You can read all about it there. Karen Regal
30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School, I'm Eric Zoo and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA talk about thirty lessons after thirty million Seo visit, so this is a four part series. We have to average seven and a half lessons. Let's do eight the first two, and then do seven and seven all right. You're going I doesn't matter. 'cause eight even numbers all right so the biggest lesson that I ended up. Losing is if you want to end up Skilling your traffic really quickly. QUICKLY SEO as competitive, but if you go and expand globally so transcribing your content translating transcribing you take up upward for that. You use a tra- flying that's a huge win to give idea the most popular region on my blog right now. Most people think it's either United States India. It is actually Brazil. I'm now getting on average one point two million visits a month just from Brazil number two is when you think about Seo especially. If you're gonNA hire, someone understand that there's. There's no guarantees just like there's no guarantees in life. There are no guarantees Seo Neil night we text each other our traffic numbers. We're talking about our traffic numbers, because we're neurotic like that, but it goes up and doubted ebbs and flows, and you cannot expect there to be any guarantee especially, so if anybody promises a guarantee of any kind, just know that probably there's something off number three. If you don't build links, you're not going to rank no matter why it's a hard. Hard Ara why to link building, but you just need a ton and ton of links, and it's part of the foundation especially going after competitive industries, of course easiest way to get him his content and I'm not saying you should buy him. You got gotTA. Really Start doing the manual outreach broken link building all those tactics that we all hate if you don't do that, it really is hard to scale up number four is you have to have a lot of patients meaning? Share a story here when I took over single grain are blogging, getting about four thousand visits a month from organic and we've now ramped up to. It's still it's decent traffic now about three hundred thousand, but WANNA get up to a million obviously and continue to ramp, but just understand that with compound interest. You're using not gonNA see anything for a while after the first year we. I think we got up to like maybe ten thousand visits month was like fifteen thousand twenty. Twenty, five, thousand, fifty, thousand jeopardy, one, hundred, fifty thousand, and then just kept ramping, but it takes years and years to get their people end up giving up too early, and they don't have the patients who got to have patients number five. When you're doing SEO, a big portion of content marketing, and a lot of people start to crank out new content once you have enough content, you should consider spending a large portion of your updating old content instead of just only. Only. Focusing on creating new content, it's a great way to generate more revenue or more traffic, and then you'll maintain the traffic, and then from there can get revenue because you'll hopefully convert some of those people all right number six number six is if you think about it, Seo back in the day is What's the newest thing that can get links? Maybe might be a widget, and maybe might be an info graphic, and then it becomes before that maybe it was. Was a book that's going to help you. Get links or a really good resource. Nowadays, we're talking about twenty twenty. Everyone's kind of stepped up their game. So how'd you step it up? Even beyond that well, you lead with the product, so product led growth is a great way. If you give away, you can create a product. Give it away for free or even give away one of your features for free like what we do with. Click close indicate to or NEAL's. is completely has a premium version, but that generates a ton of links because it's novel, it has. And it's different than just another book or another info graphic lesson number seven. Seo does not convert as Wallace paper. Click and it never will because yet to get your rankings through content, so the big thing that I've learned over the years in a lot of people aren't willing to do this, but if you don't, it really is hard to generate. Roi You gotta be more aggressive with your C., T. as within your tax, your. Your pop ups are driving into books. Eric's mentioning exit pop ups to driving throughout a funnel or quiz. That's easiest and best way if you combine those type of strategies to convert those Seo visitors into revenue, and if you don't, you'll see your traffic rise, you'll find that. It's also hard to close him into revenue number eight last, but not least you cannot bet everything on Seo. We've seen so many people that bet the farm. Farm on SEO and their business just goes out overnight so as soon as you can get SEO working. You have to think about diversifying. If you look at it Neil Ni- both have youtube channels. We both have email us. We both have software both have SOFFER is not really a channel, but diversify your channels. That's one of the key things you can do, so you can insulate yourself from any type of adjustment that might. Might Take Your Business overnight
Does Sponsoring An Online Summit Work?
"Before a share my experience of sponsoring and online summit. Let's really break down. What an online summit is it's very much like a real conference the you would attend in real life? There's a schedule of speakers everyday and sessions that you can attend most online some of our life and this allows you to ask questions from the speaker and have discussions but there are many as well. The are not live they actually record the interviews in advance and then paste You know the video of it during the days of the summit they show it you know during those times and then once that is over over once that session is over that time is over. You can't watch it again. Now whether the first showing his live or recorded if you WANNA watch or have access to the recordings later you're gonNA have to pay a fee. which is how they make their money? Now what's good about online. Summit Suzanne the often attract really good speakers. Why because speakers don't have to travel they can do it from the comfort of their home or their office also online? Some of US have become very very focused in niche something you can attend an online summit specifically about writing a book or starting speaking career or starting a yoga business and they'll bring on experts in that area to speak about it throughout the day or days now as a sponsor you will get exposure on their sales page usually. It's at the bottom of the sales page and there has different tiers of sponsorship. You know the typical platinum you know gold silver bronze they may also include Email newsletter mentions were when they send out reminders about the the Actual Summit Your Business. Your link is shared with that an email. They might even open up the summit or open up a session of the summit mentioning you on the video. There's a lot of things that can and cannot be included in the online summit package. Now there's two things that you need to understand that I really WANNA highlight here. Number one online are fairly new and the idea of sponsoring one is even newer right. It's like a very new concept so it's actually she a pretty good time to experiment with it because it's a little bit like the wild west you know there's no real hard and fast rules. Everything is negotiable. You know I negotiated. Are Ara online summit. Sponsorship include things. I wanted to make sure it's worth my money. And for many of these some organizers they're pretty flexible because they're learning as they're going along. There's no industry rules for this yet. So for example. If you have a budget you could say here. Here's my budget. This is what I want for this budget. This is kind of exposure. I want want Can you do this and you can. You negotiate you know. Meet somewhere halfway but the point is is that you know they may present you some packages but everything is negotiable ocean. What I found the second thing I wanNA highlight is the most important thing is the email list okay? How many people actually register for this summit? Now this is hard to find out if this summit that you're gonNA sponsor is the first time they run it so they don't really know what happened last year because they didn't do last year they may give you some estimates and and that's helpful but it's not an exact science you know when they haven't done it before I like to sponsor events have been done before so I can at least have some rough numbers of what happened last year. I could base it off last year with the hopes that it's does the same or better so the question you really need to ask how many people register for the summit whether they watch it live or later on they buy. I want to know the total number of eyeballs will be seen my logo seeing my message seeing the email with my you know mentioned in the email newsletter after all that kind of stuff. So that's the number. You really need to find out now. In my opinion if I can get my cost per lead to three dollars or less it's worth it and this is how I reverse engineer or get the math for that equation now first of all. Why three dollars? Because that's a pretty good price for a qualified lied for. Somebody who is Would be interested in what I have to offer so when we sponsor we use women are Ninja as a sponsor our with our software to the actual Event was small business owners. It was perfect fit. So if you have a great audience in front of you if the summits about or four people that are perfect fit for your product or service that that is a great Audience agree on strategy. Try to attract leads from to get their email addresses now. Why three dollars again? Well that is a really good price as for elite if you ran facebook ads or any pay dance. It's actually a very good lead in my marketplace for marketing and business you know that lead price hovers around four five five dollars so three dollars is a steel. It's a great deal so basically what I wanNA find out is. Am I going to pay more than three dollars a lead. If so. I'm going to have some reservations if I can hit that three dollar mark. I'm happy so I'm looking for numbers to show me. If I can get that number so save. For example. A sponsorship package is is three thousand dollars. They need a thousand leads if I want three dollars per lead and this is really what. I'm trying to find out from the organizers in the past when somebody has you know Oh shared a link on your newsletter or in your On your website or if you ask to be a speaker at the summit and you share a link from the thousands of people that register how many people actually opt in need that number. What's your conversion rate? If I can get a thousand and you know the example sponsor packages three thousand. I'm getting three dollars per lead. That's amazing I got a thousand people on my email. Melissa that I can nurture that can build a relationship that can convert them into customers and for me. It's worth so you've got to find out your number. How much are you looking to spend? And a good way to find out is to run a facebook at run a facebook ad for a week and spent one hundred dollars and find out. How much does it actually cost you to get somebody to go to a page and give their name and email address Four some sort of piece of content of video an e book some some sort of content upgrade some sort of premium content that they can get in exchange for the naming email address can run a test and you can find out how much is your cost proposition and if you can get a lower than that through some it. It's a good deal. No one of the things. I like to ask for as part of my package is to be a speaker at the summit because I want to be able to give as much value as possible. I WANNA be able to add value to the conference and if I can build a relationship with the people on the summit and say wow. This person actually gave me a lot of great tips tips and a lot of great insights and change the way I thought about certain things. They're going to look me up. I'm be remembered I'm GonNa make more of an impact and My sponsorship goal whole lot longer so for me. That's a must I have to be in the summit also my product. My website were. I'm driving traffic to the OPT in where I can get. The lead has to be on the website. There's gotta be a back the actual link has to be. They're also on that link on my actual page for the session. I'm running I want them to do the promoting not me next. I have to cree three in my business. A dedicated page four this link so when I give the you know the summit here this is the Lincoln want to drive traffic to this. Where you WANNA lick my logo to a has to be a beautiful designed page catered for this event if this is all mine summit for product and I'M GONNA say hey product owners I want to introduce them with the headline that's catered to them I want to give them some really good value whether it's a video course whether it's a free month to my product or whatever it is I want to give them something that makes them say. Yup I'm I WANNA give my name and the email address so this whole page is just a dedicated to grabbing their name and email address so I can build that relationship leader on nurture that lead. Educate them about my product and services and tell them why they should choose us so then I can eventually turn them into a customer
Kobe Bryant helicopter crash: Aviation expert explains what will happen during investigation
"Yesterday morning something tragic happened with Kobe Bryant his daughter and the other well Kobe Bryant and the other eight souls that were on board a lot of people are not actually talking about the other victims that were on board the helicopter yesterday and stand by because our aviation expert J. rattles gonna join me because we're going to go the the angle of the helicopter and what they were flying in yesterday John al Altobelli who is longtime baseball coach at orange coast college was on board his wife Kerrey their daughter Alyssa harbor day schools girl basketball coach Christina Mauser and Peyton Chester a middle school student and mother Sarah so Chester's Peyton Chester's mother Sarah was on plus of course the pilot I believe it's pronounced ara the boy in in all of those people also died and a lot of people yesterday were saying why aren't the talking about these people yet and they were trying to notify next of kin I think which is part of what I actually read but I just thought it was I just thought it was you know proper to to talk about those people as well because they all lost their lives and think about between all of these people that died during this accident how many lives were affected yeah it's horrible you know think about it's crazy we're talking a lot of lives affected one of the women on there the dad who was not on the flight was talking about how he has he's left now with three kids to raise he was on the today show so and he was like coming in to do this so I mean these are a lot of families these are a lot of people that were on that flight yeah it's horrible yeah it's devastating especially when you think about the kids that you know Kobe left behind and and everything as well so gosh there's obviously no way around just how horrible the whole situation is what is interesting is the helicopter that they were flying in a let's get some perspective on that and welcome in aviation expert Jay Ratliff J. welcome to the mark laser show my pleasure to be here which we had a more pleasant topic to discuss my friend I believe the helicopter that Kobe and the eight other souls that were on board is Sikorski is that how you say it got back that that this course you're S. seventy six it was a in for him is get like his mini van parked outside because he use it to commute pretty well everywhere but this thing was designed to think back in the early nineties as a vehicle to get the cruise on and off the oil rigs in the middle of you know the water and it's you know a rugged rugged aircraft in me communities around the country use it as their air ambulance which of course are things you have to be absolutely committed to and and something that is is a workhorse in itself so that this was nothing more than just just incredible piece of machinery and of course people look at that table why would a crash then well there's a lot of reasons why it could happen or the beginning of what's going to be a very long investigation is of the NTSB tries to find out exactly what happened so right now the initial reports are the heavy fog in the area and I think I saw a report yesterday from the sheriff's office in that area that their actual aircraft were grounded during that time because of due to the heavy fog at least that's what I saw one report yesterday and I know it's all speculating at this point but is could this really be something as simple as the fog was so heavy that all my gosh there's a mountain in front of me too late boom it could be but you're talking about an aircraft that is incredibly sophisticated that has everything on it including you know basically the the ground you know what a terrain warnings and everything else that's their right it it's giving you all the information that you need Hey when you have automatic direction finders you've got all the ground proximity warning system you have all the things it's incorporated in this state of the art fourteen million dollar whatever was aircraft hi I don't think I would consider it likely but look we we don't know what happened I'm listening to the press yesterday dues what they do they're calling me asking me for things and they're wanting to know okay when this week we will you know what happened and I said we won't that this investigation is at the beginning of what could be an eight to twelve month process they will begin the process of this very very long investigation I think eighteen or twenty agents on the ground right now we may get an initial report in a week or so but there's nothing that's going to be conclusive until that report pulls out it could be eight ten or even twelve months we're talking to Jay Ratliff our aviation expert here at six ten WTVN and the Sikorsky S. seventy six that is the helicopter the aircraft that Kobe Bryant and his eight passengers the eight souls in addition to him that were on board does it have a black box you know black boxes look let's say on a commercial airliner there's two of him they're not black or gray painted orange so you can find a man in a debris field easy enough and on a commercial airliner you have what's called a flight data recorder that records all the flight data this going on speed altitude headings course corrections blah blah blah the second black box is a call to CVR cockpit voice recorder the basically records the conversations that are going on in the flight deck as well as any alarms or anything that might be going on there this particular helicopter has an avionics package which includes the cockpit voice recorder not a flight data recorder is I understand I've not heard yet from the people that I've been talking to close to the scene on whether not this aircraft had a cockpit voice recorder but if it did once recovered it will certainly provide some needed insight for the investigators and they cannot start to answer three thousand questions with regards to what happened and what's the sequence of events that could fall give contributed yes could the pilot who had a heart attack yeah could there be a mechanical problem very well could have been is a possible because they have to look into this unfortunately was the pilot under the influence of anything medical you know prescription drugs or alcohol recreational drug all of these things are going to be looked at as possibilities was it pilot error was or something completely male unexpected that happened to the aircraft as far as it hitting a drone we we don't know any of these things and we won't till the investigation continues for some time and that's why when I hear all this talk about what the probable causes are I'm just shaking my head thinking it most of the time when we come out with these you you look foolish when you're trying to be the first to say it was this or that because we simply don't know we leave it up to the experts the all star team of the NTSB to determine what took place and we wait for their report so the cockpit voice recorder is that made out of this a similar type thing that the black box if you will is made out of so it's made to withstand a crash or something like that Hey that's one question and another one was if you know you're talking about they have to try to find out if the you know possibly the the the pilot was under some sort of influences something again you that was part of a list that you listed out like it looked to me here based on the footage that I was like how are they going to be able to test for anything it looked everything just look destroyed and burned out but I I don't know how would they do something like that this is this is crazy they will identify the remains and they will have the possibility of extracting enough DNA and different types of things within when you get a degree field it's a hundred yards wide long it's it's evident that the aircraft struck the ground at some speed the the there are some independent flight data this suggested was in excess of a hundred eighty five miles an hour you're very well could have him now again we I still have to have confirmation if there was CVR cockpit voice reporter right this one I know others have it and I would expect given his state of the art is this aircraft was I would be very surprised if that wasn't the case but even if there's not the investigators will be able in time to determine exactly what the likelihood of events were I've been asked why is the FBI
Harvey Weinstein’s Male Lawyer Questioned A Woman So Aggressively The Judge Had To Stop It
"And the trial of Harvey Weinstein continues to judge James Burke shut down wind Steens attorney Arthur and dollars aggressive line of questioning court on Friday the sixty seven year old Oscar winner is on trial for rape and faces life in jail if convicted he's pleaded not guilty insisting the sex was consensual now here's what went down on Friday carry young testified about her friendship with one of one's genes accusers Annabella she ara who testified about him raping her in nineteen ninety four did so in court on Thursday your alleged that the trauma of the assault led to a downward spiral of self harm and addiction young testifying that she noticed cuts on the actresses vice saying quote I asked you what these cuts were and if she was cutting herself she admitted that she once once dean's attorney began by asking young if she yours clothing if it was short enough to expose cigars then launched into a series of questions that Burke interrupted the judge interrupted asking him to sit down Burke then spoke to lawyers privately and dismissed young who left the courthouse crying not a good moment for Harvey Weinstein's attorney now the tactics followed Rosie Perez's testimony that she also took the stand this one of sheer is friends essentially to cooperate her account in our testimony Rosie Perez recounted surest detailing of the rape when Perez pushed her to press charges she said I can't I can't he'll destroy my career so the judge in Harvey Weinstein's trial shuts down his attorneys tactics as Rosie Perez testified on Friday that'll pick up today too by
How and When to Hire a Financial Advisor
"This is so wonderful because obviously it is no secret. The entire world knows our day job. What we do is we actually are financial advisers and one of the the things I think the world I like the entire world because we're we're worldwide now? A lot of people mourns theory class. I have no idea who we are. Well check out the money the coaches do but not everybody in the world to actually like prospect. All through microstate classes like. I'll tell them okay if you want to know the truth before Gym Class Starts I the answer. Youtube comments perfect. So that's why I don't talk to anybody I answered. It's all your fault everybody out there your fault that. I'm not being socialist because I'm answering Youtube comments. I think what's it's really interesting is the lot of folks because the show reach out to us and say. Hey I want to work with you guys. I'm looking to work with your Yada. Yada Yada Yada and I think a lot of folks folks are really surprised when we answer and say hey thank you so much. That's incredibly wonderful. But it might not make sense for you to work with an advisor just yet. We're not one of the things that everybody everybody needs a financial adviser and so one of the things we WANNA help kind of walk through today is wind as an adviser make sense. Why does an adviser make sense? How do you pick an adviser? And what are the things that you you need to know. And what to expect. I mean success is when you know what you're going to get and you don't have expectations that aren't met so this'll be good now. It's going to feel this is something this is what we don't do these shows like I thought. I thought we did this show like last week and then I looked and it's been years probably a gun this show. Oh so definitely needs to be touched. And I think the reason we've been scared to touch on. This is because it does seem like one of those things. I've always been very hesitant to look like infomercials or sales jobs. But this is an education platform in the best customer or consumer you can have is an educated customers so this ties right into our platform of the abundance cycle in just learn apply grow and just give it away. So let's jump right in this thing. Let's first talk about an overview of the world of financial advisers. Yeah Yeah so we actually went and looked at the numbers and we were kind of surprised because it looks like right. Now there are two hundred seventy one thousand seven hundred financial advisors is. There's in the US and this is all this data we're compiling from the Bureau Viper statistics the CFP. That number. When I was actually surprised by down two hundred employ employ at two hundred financial advisors since we did this like two two and a half years ago so I wonder if that's folks retiring I wonder if that's mergers? I wonder what the thing is. It's causing down but it wasn't. It could be a rounding error in the way they two hundred people so we have two hundred seventy one thousand. Almost two hundred seventy two thousand financial advisers out there well of that eighty six thousand three hundred seventy eight of those are CFP professional certified financial planners. We'll talk a second about what that is and why it matters but for right now we just didn't has the prerequisite that's kind of the baseline if you WANNA be a financial adviser and then we also thought was interesting. Is One of the things the terms that we're gonNA talk about is how advisors I get paid about one point four percent or only thirty seven hundred of those two hundred. Seventy two thousand advisers are fee only advisors. That's that's us. We're the Unicorn that's right. That's what explain it when I talk to college. Capstone classes and others. We say we're the UNICORNS. You know this is. This is where a little unique. And that's what it's probably if we're going to explain that we're the UNICORNS. Only thirty. Seven hundred feeling advisors. You're probably wondering because look you realize very quickly and I know this is not. They're not not inclusive of all the numbers here but it's still a pretty good point that only a third of people have gone out and got the professional certification. I mean when you work with a public accountant. Count you kind of assume that you're there on the road to getting their CPA licence somehow financial. Planning it doesn't work that way because you can see the lion's Ryan share causes seventy percent people in and that's the thing I've always hated about this industry. Anybody can call themselves a financial planner. You can basically go hang a shingle single outside your front door and say open for business. What do I need to do so? Let's kind of go a little deeper. So people know what the requirements are what the standards birds are and what the education kind of things that you ought to look for so we think inside the financial planning world. There are three distinct business models that you ought to know about and kind of the thing that differentiates differentiates visor advisors. At least for the most part it's kind of how they're compensated. That's a real easy way to see the difference between different types of advisors so Bo. Let's let's roll into these different different types. Because and here's the cool thing I come from a background where worked actually worked in two of these camps bow. You've worked in one of these camps so I think we've got all three covered yet so it was kind of jump into these so the very first one is the commission based business model very simple simply these advisers that are paid commissions for the products they sell so a lot of times. You see through this with loaded. Mutual funds or insurance companies. They sell you insurance policy. ABC or Mutual Fund Xyz and they receive a company commission from the company whose products they are selling. And so you just said something that just triggered something that I hear. People say people were told sometimes about people that are pushing products is. Don't worry sorry. This is actually free to you. I'm paid by the Insurance Company. I'm paid by the brokerage hot. It is a pet peeve. So I just want you to know. You realize realized the price of the product that they're selling does so there even though the insurance company's paying them you ultimately are bearing that cost or just know that that's that's a sales tactic it's a little sleight of hand. I don't want you to fall victim to that. Exactly right the second one so we have commission with the very next business. Model is the fee based business model. And so what this means. It's an adviser who sort of paid through a combination. This is a hybrid. They receive some portion in fees but they also do receive commissions as well when I worked on the before fee only I worked for a CPA firm that we were more of the fee based model. 'cause we sold life insurance. We also did financial planning and investment management. We did a Lotta rap accounts we dabbled in annuities. Really we wrap account advisers. And when I say wrap account it's the fact that we would go back commissioned mission mutual funds but we waived the commissions that the mutual fund companies would pay and then charge of an assets under management type fee. We'd still get some some trails and might have changed because I've been out of that game for two decades but at the time you waved a lot of the commission's but it did awhile you did kind of look like a feeling adviser advisor in the fact that you're getting paid under like assets under management or some retainer model but you still keep your right to go sell a life insurance product or something and get commissions and get paid so you're getting paid both commissions as well as some type of truck that's right and so then the third and this is the one that we alluded to. This is what we call the UNICORNS are the only essentially. The way of feeling the adviser gets paid is directly from the clients. They work with. There's no outside company or third party pain. Then they get paid directly from the client and generally speaking it's either through like an hourly early model or a retainer model or an assets under management type model and think about that because I think we have a lot of people to reach out if you're thinking about by the hour that means you. I'm having engagement that you think you just had a need. That's going to go away after the project's over retainer means you maybe you pay an annual fee it's the same fee and in essence senator management. That is the majority of your bigger firms are going to be A. Um which means that they do take a percentage of the assets that they're actually adding value or managing for you. That's exactly but even inside there. It's it gets a little more nuanced. What kind of talk about that in a second so the next thing? I'd like to to kind of because I wanNA keep this rolling. I don't want to overwhelm people but I WANNA make sure we keep it. Going is understanding the difference between financial planning standards because they are too big camps and I think the public is clueless on this. It was a big battle in Washington. And I I bet. We could walk down to the streets of Franklin Tennessee and not any of the ten people we I asked. What are you know about suitability rules and they'd be like I don't know what how about a fiduciary standard there but what's heard of and by the way I still have trouble spelling fiduciary so this is a legit issue? So it's one of those things that I think that the public is definitely a disconnect so we want to kind of open that up a little bit and so I thought it was beautiful. Brian is I think we ought to define both of them. So I'll kind of read the definitions but then I want you to share what they actually. Because I've heard you you do this ten thousand times and I think you do really well. So the suitability standard requires that a broker makes recommendations that are just suitable for the client situation. It doesn't necessarily have to be in their best interest. Just can't be grossly negligent because they're selling your product that's right so then we think about the fiduciary standard requires an adviser adviser put the clients best interests ahead of their own and they adhered to the ARA is forced by the SEC. So here's the illustration always give people on this and this is the the older I get the more sensitive. I've come to what I put my body and I what I eat because they just had to pay attention because I know that healthier eat the cleaner. I'm going to live in probably longer I live and that's it's all important well. It's kind of like that with money. You would think that you won't have the best things working for your long term success financially. Here's is the problem though suitability all. It means. It doesn't have to be in your best interest. It doesn't even have to be the best product you just have to fit into into the term of
The Best Beauty Products Launched in 2019
"Got four eight four pages full of new product launches. That came came out this year and even to know where to start so I mean one of the biggest launches from the start of the I remember was the pillow collection from Charlotte Tilbury. That was that that was huge and I feel like I think a lot of people saw it coming to a point oversee once she lipstick to go with the lip pencil. I think she knew the demand would be that I. I shot a pilot so and we had mixed opinions because you you felt it didn't receive your compassion and I did like I love it. My Pro Kit. Actually I feel like I use that law. I do definitely use it more. I would say but I do like it. It's definitely that kind of Dusky Rosy pink the people and it just looks terrible it. That's Fine Charlotte. I don't take it personally when I do. I massively do a but yeah it's been funny here for Charlotte Tilbury with choose from her. I feel like I mean there was the foundation that was I love. I love for holiday. Love winters well. It's an absolutely stunning but given how much I love Dan in how incredible it was in Arkansas. Look at my face. I don't wear a law now. I have to say for me shot. Toby when I look back I feel like I'm still very much obsessed with the hero. The core products the core range that she came out with I think of the newest launches the things I like best are probably the magic conceals at the medicine concede in Hollywood Florida. Solta for me. Those are the kind of the two of the newest standout signed your loving. But I still love her core collection. That's where like you get your money's worth of Charlotte Nicole collection. The things I use the most easily magic consular official the pillow. Talk Lip liner. I oh yeah all the time in the liner but not the lipstick or any of the other color. Cosmetics doesn't make any sense. I'm sorry and and well are you Charlotte a lot. Ju I use all all the time. which is mental is it was the limited edition Arshad? Oh pilot from a few years back the folded angel little toward and it had like a charcoal block in apple's haplessly colors as well and it had stars on the front and I love that polly. I wish you would bring that back. See I love the statistic Pala and I think the Classic Adult Evita me. I feel like they were so so good. I loved that she was kind of one of the fast brands as well to not include like the crappy little brush yet that no one away so yeah I think Charlotte's she's still don't make great products but for me. I'm still very kind of like the core collection. Yeah very and just see what we share how she grows and whether or not she sells up. That'd be interesting with so many bronze being being snapped up. Now just see if she goes anywhere. jus This is a good one. This is really got a couple of lipsticks mentioned here and I think they well all really good. This isn't a good year for lipstick. Yes got the color. Pop Lock slips which check ups. I like the Color Lipsticks. Yeah I feel like they're all really really good. The BECCA cosmetics ultimate lip love. I think that was such an underrated launch. There was all sorts of noise about it and then it just disappeared. Yeah Yeah and those lipsticks are amazing. If you want like a good mid range luxury feeling luxury locking looking locking amen. Luxury unlocking lipstick. They gorgeous loved those I think because they started the first ones were in the Khloe Kardashian. Malaika yeah already Rachel with those and I think it just got lost and then they brought out like thirty shades and it was. You could choose your warm warm skin tone calls Pinto yes to help you. Select the colors this but like they were gorgeous. They're really nice lipstick. So good work there. So his ARA launch their first line of cosmetics and I say I was into it super in love with that orange lipstick because they stopped they. Did I think what for me. Always draws attention is when they start with just a few products really well so the I think the collection launched with it was pretty much lip. Pencils lip lipsticks and like a liquid lipstick. I don't know I need to check whether or not they added anything else to hurt. It is the Jo Malone sense of the doom right now watch yes. There's Zara orders right now. I think only in the UK. Because I looked in the US couldn't find them but jo Malone is formulated a bunch of sense. Those are home which is very exciting. Yeah I really love the law. I thought was fantastic on the liquid. Lipsticks mazing the callers. Fantastic really the kind of high end fail a really fat price in the packaging was gorgeous. It was like a ten hour time for me. It was really really well done. I was very impressed. I'm super excited about these sense. Please going to have and I hope they bring out more. I feel like they could do some really good things. Yeah exciting I would take it. There was a big year. This is actually a moisturizer. I absolutely loved. which is this year it was really interesting about putting this together is seeing what actually came out this year? It's like I feel like I've had this ever. which was the torture? Jewish skin cream moisturizer. I feel that's been out forever. I did not realize it. It was so recent but I love that the main thing I love about that which doesn't help anybody. Oh I took to the launch event in Iran the good money to see Jeff. I wish you all could have come because he was just like. Let's go war-scarred on WHO's up over their wives that Mongol Faiza maker welcome welcome to La beauty event. How this is going to go? We were. They'll be the cheese by Sunday was no cheese. He's a SNOB. Wasn't even any food. I don't think there it was free drinks by the bucket load. No food very distressing a good time and I really really really loved that Most RISA and it was the gateway face product though Jeff. 'cause I think because he was there and the man showed him how to apply he had no choice. There's some was like let me show you to do it. And he was like what moisturizer enough is like just along dickhead. Do not make this difficult because the man was like. Yeah like put it in your hands and then just press I interface press into the newly. Do not touch me. But then he went home and felt like you felt attached to it. Felt like a kinship to the MOISTURIZER. That's used it all up. And then when he used it was like we got anymore of that moisturizer but now he has a full skincare regime. So thanks for that torture and I did just really love it. I really really good Nice moisturizer that my skin just drank up and I liked that product also touch us Nice I love to the Jewish setting resting is gorgeous. Yeah Luna the apprentice. Although one of my friends who didn't know why it was founded in my bathroom yeah they have the little spoon yet the moisture spoon in your address. The voice is on like what. It's a coke spoon. Yeah like you. I've been in La too long. I did love love that. I know you're going to be excited about this. One glossy launches this year loss play. I feel like glossy has really upped the amount they're launching now and and the best part I would say like h I'm totally down with loved. Glossy play the brow flick loving the brow flag and a few chew you I mean again. I feel like always be devoted to the core products that they first launched. Bu- I'm liking
Pence and Pompeo to travel to Turkey to discuss cease-fire in Syria
"State Mike Pompeii and vice president Mike pence are headed to Turkey for talks aimed at negotiating a cease fire but ara Damon reports from the Syrian Turkish border they're not going to get Turkish president everyone to the negotiating table with the Kurdish militia whose communities in Syria he's attacking our lawns already given his answer to that and it is absolutely not Turkey is not going to negotiate with terrorists because remember they consider the YPG that Kurdish fighting force that why is America as I lie on the ground in Syria to be a terrorist
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review
"My name is daniel bearer this week no ten android ten and and await no. Let's necessarily joining me for this. Episode is in nick fresh off a crazy week kidding of writing. I think you must have written more words than hemingway hidden right. I don't think he he didn't write many words this week so i definitely have this week true. You are more than hemingway in twenty <hes> in welcome back our wagner. How how was your time away from from the pod away from us. It was nice spent i wanted. I've been wanting to come back happy to be back. Good good to have you back <hes> so we'll jump right in our note ten review is live. Go there right now uh but we did it a little different this week or this year because andrew you and hey otto. Who was you know. He was on the previous podcast right after the announcements u._2. Took the phones and you sort of ran with them. Literally you use the crap out of them. Wrote your experiences experiences in sort of a journal diary format just to give the twenty four hour impression seventy two hour impressions. Ask that change up until today. Which is when you publish your review what six seven days after you got the phone yeah and it was a really good process from from kind of letting people in to where we were at along the way but also helped us hyodo and i both mentioned this morning that it helped the us form our own ideas because you know getting them out there and forcing yourself to write. I think each of our updates was like seven even eight hundred words and so forcing ourselves to go through that process and knowing that we have to we we didn't have to you have a fully formed opinion yet. We set up front that like hey this is just how we're feeling a brain dump and get those ideas out actually really helped me and high auto both both get to actual conclusions in the end a lot easier by kind of just throwing things out there and saying oh well that that okay let's reflect on that later or let's see how this idea forms over the next couple of days and i think it really informed my final conclusions in my the review today. So how did i mean. Obviously your your your perception of product. Any product is going to change over the course of a few days but you know given that you have reviewed every note since the note four. How does this one on. It's a better phone. Obviously it's a more complete thought. It's more mature in every way but this feels like the note lying is a little little bit more muted. It's a little bit less anticipated than in previous years. How do you square that circle. How do you how do you figure or is it just that phones in general are less interesting or is this phone in particular less interesting. I've definitely heard a lot of that opinion. Nyan from from people as i put my thoughts on the ten out there that you know they rightly point out that the whole smartphone industry is kind kind of leveling off a little bit or stagnating or not improving that quickly and the way that the note has evolved in the last four generations or so is kind of just following that trend like the problem is that samsung is in full control of how how it chooses to differentiate the note line from the s line and they just haven't really been differentiated at all at this point. I mean at the end of my review to just spoil it for everybody. I point out that you know the word. Note just signifies that it has a stylus now it. It doesn't actually signify that this is the absolute pinnacle of what samsung can do and it's different in all these different ways in. It's dramatically better than the previous one because it's just not true anymore. The galaxy note ten plus is excellent just top to bottom but it's excellent in and all of the same ways that the galaxy s. ten plus is and then also as a stylus and if you were to rerelease a galaxy s. ten plus today it would just have all the same specs that the note ten plus does because it's six months newer and there are higher end specs and we're going to see a galaxy s. eleven. That's gonna come out in another six months and it's just going to be the same or better than the note ten plus so they're they're kind of and just on this same pathway and i understand that phones can't just get dramatically better every single time but it seems like there's more or of a stagnation here than would then. I'd like to see for something like a note that historically pushed the envelope more so. Are you had the phone for less time than andrew or i but you you got the blue version so i think you you win after twenty four hours. What are what's your impression impression of this massive of phone well. I've i've had it for about twenty twenty four. I've had for about twenty four hours at this point. I've i've barely set anything on it so far. I haven't even logged into read it on this phone yet. I will say yeah. Blue is awesome. Nazarov is wanting to trade me for the ara. Glow 'cause not really wants the blue to vader but <hes> it's it's fun to use. This is the first note that i've ever owned this. I note that i've ever used in any like like real capacity outside playing with one at a a big injury barbecuer playing with one store so it's it's big and it's beautiful and it's is quick and i'm looking forward to using it mooring getting used to this and then going back to pixel three or a galaxy s. ten and going. Oh my god this field small all but for now it's just it's huge and i'm looking forward to using it. I i haven't even i haven't opened the camera yet and i'm looking forward to taking the stone to the park and just going one wild with the camera okay so every new samsung phone has night mode now and you know for me. That's the biggest difference i think after coming from a a p thirty pro or pixel three and i have to say that a a previous updates google camera moved the move nights site into the main camera app app instead of it being in the overflow menu and that's been a big change and the first thing i do now with the new phone is i put night mode right next to photo mode on a samsung phone. Wally phone doesn't matter what it is. It has a motive goes goes right next to my main mode because they use that way more than portrait or video or anything else <music> andrew. You had a chance to take this to a lot of different places. You've taken hundreds of photos with the no ten. Is it a good camera camera. Does it stack up to the pixel three the p thirty pro in all lighting conditions. Where does it excel whereas the ball down so so it's excels in all the ways of course that previous simpson cameras have in that in daylight in even in kind of mixed lighting like like your typical kind of sunset photo or you know harsh lighting just coming from one side anytime. There's actually some sort of light available. The cameras really really good and samsung's dynamic range really stands out the color standout. It's incredibly sharp and one one of samsung's biggest features in the camera for me is it's consistency just from shot to shot you press the button. The camera is really fast at captures it does its thing and handed. Does it pretty much the same every single time. The only place that's disappointing is the same place that samsung's seng's always been disappointing. Those really dark shots where you do the exact same daniel i just put the night mode or whatever it's called right next to the regular camera mode auto mode and it anytime where you feel like you need to switch to that mode you've already lost with the note ten plus because it's just not as good as what watson does what google does and honestly even what sony is doing with the exterior area one which is hilarious because we've always paying sony's cameras for being bad in low light and anytime that there's a little bit to work with breath you get a pretty good photo but when you have that kind of late night scene where there's really nothing to go off of in terms of light or you're you're in a fully artificial light environment. You're talking about like a bar late at night or a restaurant with just candles on the tables or something like that. It's it's almost not worth taking a shot because it's going to be so grainy and messy whether us night motor not that it's it's just frustrating <hes> it's it's just extra frustrating. If you're somebody like us that have used the latest cameras like a pixel three cetera but it's frustrating the same way that it's the same performance as like debris jet last three generations of samsung cameras. I don't know about you but i can look at google photos and i can just scroll through the thumbnails and even though i'm sure both of you are the same you take photos with many different phones and then applaud them to google photos and they just all get dispersed and they're all just thrown together. Yeah i can tell even from a thumbnail. What phone took a particular photo based on the color. I q based on a bunch of different factors and and we're getting to the point now where every phone takes pretty good photos but there's just something off. I think about out samsung in anything but perfect lighting condition and and i'm wondering if you can articulate what that is because i i haven't been able to to really figure that out other than to say it's. It just doesn't look. It doesn't look quite right to my eyes. Yeah i can and do the same thing scrolling through google photos which is kind of sad i realize in not everybody has those kind of side by side thoughts but because i was i was gonna say yeah unless i'm specifically thinking something i i take photos with one camera unless i accidently took him with the wrong camera. If i'm carrying two on me but i i don't do a whole lot got a side by side and most days in the park. We not side by side in terms of taking the same exact photo back to back but you can kind of tell there. There's something to a samsung camera that in the daylight the things that make it so great in terms of its dynamic range in its colors. Just don't seem to translate well to representing a scene properly in weaker lighting. Yeah i mean it's it's not so much that it's rainy or that. It's i guess it's it's just there's there's some particular nuance that simpson cameras have have that where they used to be an advan. It used to be an advantage and now it is no longer an advantage now. It's it's a disadvantaged but like in terms of daylight photos you know i'm looking through the the photos that i've taken with the no ten plus right now and they're pretty much perfect mix there. There's really nothing to complain about so from that perspective. I'm really happy with this camera but putting <music> equivalent photos and i'm going to be doing this experiment later this week where i i'm going to take photos with the pixel three a the p thirty pro and the no ten plus and i'm going to try to figure out what exactly it is. I i prefer about those other two cameras well and of course the pixel three in particular is is one of these cameras. That's a love hate relationship because the camera app can be slow and fiddly and it can some concern times produce photos that are a little kind of blander to neutral. It's not like that's perfect but the low low light capabilities of that camera are so good. They're so way beyond everything else. The you're kind of willing to give up some of the other you know parts. It's and i feel like i just wish that samsung would do a little bit of the same. It's really good at so many things in the camera department that i you know i it's just frustrating because i know samsung didn't have to do anything it just had to pick up the s. tens cameras in but the more over here it didn't have to do and nor did it say that it did add anything in terms of the daylight capabilities of the sensors or anything so it's like well what did you do. You should have spent spent some time improving the clear weakness of the camera there. That's kind of the the frustrating part and it's tough to put your finger on it because because it's kind of a nikki thing because like you said in so many cases the photos are kind of perfect that you feel bad pointing out out in saying that the low light performance isn't very good but it just isn't. It's just known it's just you just know it when you see it and it's tough in a review scenario dario as well because i put low light photos in my note ten review and they're good because i picked the four good photos that i took in in over a week of taking low light photos. I picked the whatever it is three four and a couple from ohio that were really good so i took hundreds of photos to get four good ones and that's that's the problem right now. We talked a lot about the phone specs and the previous podcast. We're not gonna. We're not going to rehash that but i just wanted to talk about this fourth depth camera because i've been i'm playing a little bit with it and there's this three d. scanning feature. That's really hard to find. I didn't i had to search for it and the reason it's hard to