30 Burst results for "ARP"

Disney smashes streaming subscriber expectations

CNBC's Fast Money

05:05 min | 2 months ago

Disney smashes streaming subscriber expectations

"We start off with disney delivering in its latest company smashing streaming expectations the stock higher in the after hours session. Let's get straight to julie abortion. Who is fresh off that disney call julia. Melissa earnings call underway right now. The stock up nearly three percent after the company exceeded expert expectations on the top line in reported a profit rather than the loss analysts anticipated. Now the two key areas in focus parks and streaming both outperformed expectations disney's streaming business outpaced projections going to ninety five million disney plus subscribers and one hundred and forty six million total direct. To consumer customer is now that includes hulu and espn plus that division grew revenue seventy three percent from the year earlier quarter especially pleased with the success of our correct. The consumer business and our recent strategic reorganization has enabled us to accelerate. The company. Said it was a dc first business model and further grow our streaming services disney plus has exceeded even our highest expectations. Meanwhile the parts visions revenue dropped less than anticipated down by fifty three percent the company announcing that covert has headed two point six billion dollar impact on the parks divisions operating income as a result of closures and reduced capacities. Where we've been able to reopen are with limited capacity guest have consistently demonstrated a willingness and a desire to visit which we believe is a testament to the fact that they feel confident. In the health and safety protocols we've put in place average daily attendance at walt disney world significantly from q for q one japex saying they're continuing to invest to build out different features of their parks and they said they are very pleased with the reservations and consumer interest in visiting parks. Melissa of course that's going to be in focus as they start to get to be able to increase their capacity in florida and are allowed to open up here in california. All right julia. Thank you julie. Borsen the latest on disney. Which is up three percent after hours. Dia dommie how do you like the stock. How do you like what they said on this. Call well kudos again. I mentioned the last night sort of took a pass on the kudos. I'll give it to her anyway. And tim who've been all over this and so listen. I'm not a huge fan of treadmills and this is going somewhere. Mel by the way suggest indulge me for a second but you get on a treadmill. You go eight miles an hour maybe walk. Maybe put down your honor for forty five minutes but when you get off your exactly where you started and i bring that up because listen. It's great that they keep adding people to disney plus i get it but as rich greenfield amongst. Many others pointed out our food down twenty-eight percent every year i'll tell you what that means because that's the game we play here but effectively a lot of ways that running in place. Now the naysayers will say. That's a bad thing. That's going to lead to decline in stock. And the optimists will say they're going to be able to monetize all those people there all by drew barrymore short with the delorean on it and those types of thing and maybe they'll go mr toad wild ride when the parks reopened. I'm not nearly as optimistic. So it's not a great ride valuations now or at levels where i don't think it necessarily should be okay and then it pick up on that point because i also read that tweet so this past quarter the arp average revenue per user was four dollars and three cents for disney plus and a year ago is five dollars and fifty six cents. Tim should we not care about this at this early stage of growth for disney for the streaming service. I don't think so. I mean i no. I don't think so. And i think you know guy may be like george jetson on the treadmill. I avoid treadmills i. I'd rather be out there and disney's running through the streets right now with with ninety five million and essentially when you add in hulu and espn plus. We heard those numbers. This strategic reorganization is part of the excitement. Here again. this division is up. Seventy three percent during a period when netflix is been in a sweet spot of engaged in couldn't be in a better position disney's outperform the stocks outperform disney from net flicks by almost forty percent since since august. But even over the last couple of years it's outperformed net flicks which we would all certainly agree is also making a move especially in terms of profitability. But again do we care about that. With netflix's should we care about that with disney when also they're showing that they can at least be profitable and their core business through very difficult times on the way out of kobe. So look i understand the profitability issues. At some point disney's got to create their own content. We know that's very expensive. But if you're asking me you know from from an investor's perspective. Am i happy with with the metrics that are driving the stock to move higher and thirty nine times five bucks. A share of two thousand and twenty two is is not expensive when you consider what is being paid for net flicks.

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Trump issues flurry of pardons, commutations

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Trump issues flurry of pardons, commutations

"It isn't uncommon for a president to issue pardons and commutations in his final weeks in office. President Trump has yet to concede the election. But this evening, he issued a flurry of them. They include several people who were indicted in connection with the Russia investigation, including former aide George Papadopoulos, who had said publicly he would be honored to receive a pardon. ABC is Aaron, Qatar. Ski has more on another Dutch attorney at Expanders. One was the first person imprisoned in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. He served a 30 Day sentence for lying. He pleaded guilty to making a false statement about his involvement with the report requested by the government of Ukraine, prepared by Skadden Arps law firm where he worked. Two former members of Congress who were convicted of financial crimes were also granted pardons California's Duncan Hunter. And New York's Chris Collins. There's no word at this point. If this is going to be the final group of Pardons and commutations, Mr Trump plans to

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The Godmother of Rock n Roll

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:25 min | 5 months ago

The Godmother of Rock n Roll

"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcasts for ladies and gents who have cooled trivia and sticking it to annoying teams at pub quiz virtual or. Otherwise we're your hosts i'm lauren. I joel lloyd. Today i want to. I'm really excited about my topic. Is the best. The kind just like flew through it which is so nice. you know. we've talked about this before but sometimes a big topic. And you're like this to like i just have to finish and torture. And it's the worst and it always ends up being fine one record but the process is catered december. Was that was a that was tough. I apologize for that guys by the way may be on on twitter. I'm gonna tell you this. We did not talk about the at a time but she said what about disaster december. Another uplifting twenty. She was like maybe not something that. That terrible for trials like bridget to jewel. It's a pretty good idea. We can put it on the. I think it's a good idea. She put on the list. So thanks max. Yeah we can do with that. Yeah there's less than we could do that anyway so this is not a disaster. Now this is also something very nice and very fun. And i didn't know a lot about this person when i started researching doing research but it sounds like an amazing person. Today i'm going to be doing an episode on sister. Rosetta tharp the godmother of rock. And roll. gentlemen at this time. Take pleasure at bring it to you. It's one of the world's greatest got save us and get but you also inevitable sister rosetta. So she was amazing so at the top. I'm going to cite my sources. So i got a lot of this information from a documentary from the bbc. Call just just called the story of sister. Rosetta tharp why gild the lily. But the best part. Is you know. Obviously all of the people that they interviewed are american. But the narrator is very posh british so hearing her say things like cotton plant. Arkansas is just It's delicious so regardless anyway sister. Rosetta tharp was born in cotton. Plant arkansas to cotton picking parents. Katie bell knew bin and willis atkins sister arps. Birth name is unknown but researchers have found that it was probably rose ether atkins or atkinson. Okay little is known of her father's well except that he was a singer. Apparently he was like okay. Singer tharp mother. Katie was also a singer and a mandolin player. Deaconess missionary and women's speaker for the church of god in christ from here on out will be called kojak. It's true it's a real real church of god in christ. It's shorten to kojak That was founded in one thousand nine hundred four charles harrison mason who is a black pentecostal bishop and who encouraged rhythmic musical expression dancing in praise and allowing women to sing and teaching church so at the time it was very progressive. It was very musical. There's a lot of energy so kojic is known for that was known for that. Then it is known for that now. so encouraged by her mother tharp against singing and playing the guitar as little rosetta. New been at the age of four and was cited as a musical prodigy right that so around. Nineteen twenty one. When she was six she had joined her mother as a regular performer in a traveling evangelical troop so she was billed as a singing and guitar playing miracle and she accompanied her mother and performances. That were part sermon and part gospel concert before audiences across the american south so in the mid nineteen twenty stop and her mother finally settled in chicago illinois where they performed religious concerts at the roberts temple. Kojak on fortieth street occasionally traveling to perform at church conventions throughout the country so rosetta developed considerable fame in this as a musical prodigy standing out in an era where prominent black female guitarists were rare.

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How Clinical Genetics is Paving The Way in Precision Health with Dekel Gelbman

Outcomes Rocket

04:44 min | 6 months ago

How Clinical Genetics is Paving The Way in Precision Health with Dekel Gelbman

"Welcome back to the podcast that I have the privilege of hosting Dekel Gilman. He's the CEO at F. D.. N. A.. F. DNA is a company that initially started with facial analysis and hence the F. in the D. N. A.. He's the founding CEO of the company there. He leads the corporate and business strategy that turned the company from early stage startup developing next generation phenotype and GP technologies into a global leader a genomics and precision medicine FDA is the developer of face to gene the leading female typing platform in the clinical genomic space powered by the largest and. Fastest growing phenotype database in the World Dekel has extensive experience in Business Development, legal counseling and regulatory compliance Mr. Goldman has worked closely with dozens of startups, companies, including some of the most innovative technological companies from a wide variety of fields following them through from seed stage to exit Mr Government previously worked at the corporate finance group at Scadden ARP slate meagher, and Flom, and affiliates, and so it's a true pleasure to have him here on the podcast to really touch on a lot of the things that are forefront on the mind of healthcare leaders today a genomics precision medicine. So Dekel Inc so much for being with us. Absolutely, thank you very much for having me. So why don't we start with the Genesis of it? All Dekel what got you into healthcare? We'll you know solids. It's funny I don't recall ever making a conscious decision to get into healthcare. You know about ten years ago I was in the peak of my career as a corporate attorney I, represented many of the entrepreneurs basically that are in position that I am right now and I guess I always wanted to be on the side that created value rather than helping others create. Value, the medical space itself has so many opportunities for creating value. What's almost guaranteed that this space is that the value that you're creating is going to impact people's lives in the most significant way. Possible. So ten years ago when I met Multi Schneider Bergen or wolf the CO founders of FDA in when I heard, what they're trying to do I saw unbelievable value immediately left my comfortable job and teamed up with them to pursue our mission, which is saving lives of kids with rare diseases. Well, I think it's it's it's fabulous that you took that risk that goal and. Your Rear View Mirror. There was no looking forward. There is no guarantee of success in looking back now you're like, wow, this thing workout. So you know you you've been through a lot of different things. Now, a lot of different companies as well. I love to hear from you what you believe needs to be forefront on the mind of leaders agend doesn't healthcare and how are you an FDA approaching it. So today I'm a bit biased towards this subject, but I think that every medical leader should be considering how A. Fits. into their agenda, whatever it is specifically, there are a number of topics that we pay a lot of attention to, and I, think that everyone should first and foremost how to separate the hope from the hype. So in other words, what can I actually do and what it can do I? Think that's even more important to understand and realize you need to understand what to embrace in what to reject. So that distinction is extremely important for any medical leaders agenda beyond that this falls kind of into the subcategories of AI is. How to control the quality of data everyone knows the saying garbage in garbage out. So how do we avoid biases inequities that are inherent in in a I artificial intelligence then and this is a little bit more specific to the medical space. How do you integrate a successfully into the workflow in the medical space? Specifically in healthcare professionals workflow that that really is extremely important. I can't really emphasize how important that is and another thing that I think should be important for for medical leaders when considering a I is starting. To talk about how to share data because if we don't share data, we ended up working in silos and that kind of ties back into the biases, the inequities and other really bad stuff that is associated with a unfortunately, and finally you know being an ex lawyer, I always preoccupied with the legality and ethics specifically in this evolving space where the legislators are lagging. So we have the think as as leaders we have to take corporate responsibility in think how we form this this new fields fuel dekel

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"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Funny. I didn't plan that as far title tracks are concerned off and I do have a music video idea for this one. It's not fully fleshed-out yet. It definitely ties into that title awake of sleep repeat and deal with a very kind of trippy Loop base nature of that title will see if I can get that flushed out. Maybe find someone to collaborate with on it. Let me tell you getting all these Arts to play together all those ARP cents and Baseline stuff going on Thursday stuff. And this final funky bassline that comes in.

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"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Funny. I didn't plan that as far title tracks are concerned off and I do have a music video idea for this one. It's not fully fleshed-out yet. It definitely ties into that title awake of sleep repeat and deal with a very kind of trippy Loop base nature of that title will see if I can get that flushed out. Maybe find someone to collaborate with on it. Let me tell you getting all these Arts to play together all those ARP cents and Baseline stuff going on Thursday stuff. And this final funky bassline that comes in.

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"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Is funny. I didn't plan that as far as title tracks are concerned off and I do have a music video idea for this one. It's not fully fleshed-out yet. It definitely ties into that title awake of sleep repeat and deal with a very kind of trippy Loop base nature of that title will see if I can get that flushed out. Maybe find someone to collaborate with on it. Let me tell you getting all these Arts to play together all those ARP cents and Baseline stuff going on Thursday stuff. And this final funky bassline that comes in.

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"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"arp" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Is funny. I didn't plan that as far as title tracks are concerned off and I do have a music video idea for this one. It's not fully fleshed-out yet. It definitely ties into that title awake of sleep repeat and deal with a very kind of trippy Loop base nature of that title will see if I can get that flushed out. Maybe find someone to collaborate with on it. Let me tell you getting all these Arts to play together all those ARP cents and Baseline stuff going on Thursday stuff. And this final funky bassline that comes in.

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Robotic Process Automation with Antti Karjalainen

Software Engineering Daily

09:23 min | 8 months ago

Robotic Process Automation with Antti Karjalainen

"How do I describe RPI, task in robot corporate. How do you define an opiate task? You set up a new project let's say you're using the lab you create new project. You'll import a few libraries depending on what kind of tasks you WANNA do a walk on technology she want to interact. And Right Staw Staw tasks, Star Star, and then start writing instructions. you might use a building keyboards. Some library keeps that you have available all you might define your own keyboards. So let's say you start with open. Browser. Browser then you start defining, you'll building Keyword Logan to knit. And then goes on from there that keyboard should then probably piping new RL heavy gate lot island do some logging tasks. That might lead you to use volt, which is in the cloud. Not Cloud Service that provides you secure storage, drove us a credentials and you'll use another library to access the walt and so forth. That's Kinda, the basic process can you give a few more examples of tasks? That so many different tasks usually say that kind of snowflakes each company. Each user has their own particular need. In one company actually was company that had done the box boxing in the question they. They used. To automate the process of doing on last talk purchases. In Japanese websites. That was a good use case I think and. So kind of the typical. Financial Institution, use cases that you could imagine. That let's say you need to update a lot of customer. Once an and people are calling in on the phone and you know updating, let's say their phone number for your records. you might use. To navigate through the internal applications that you useful customer Carson and go through multiple locations. Wayne opted the information. That's one of use schedule is saw and it was actually Danica. So great volume, the bank that it said that they saved. What it was like seven years of customer waiting time on the phone by automating the process. Very impressive. In when a task is processing in it fails in the middle. What happens Yeah. So typically you probably want to retry. So just get the input that you had. Andrey retried if that's how you configure it. You probably want to notify somebody so you'll send out an email. Alerts through some other service desk. Application. Depending on obviously kind of depends on why failure happened. So was it a business exception? So unit the application that you've automating did something wrong or and. Your data was incomplete that she used something like that. So that kind of guides you if it's just flat out failure, just exception on court. Then you probably want to. Get the developer to look at it. Does something happen like when the I of the website changes that can sometimes mess things up or do most of these sites tend to keep their you is static enough that your tasks don't go out of date. Yeah. So that's a bit of author that. So you WANNA try to use locate us that almost stable. So if you if you use like absolute expand references, those might get messed up pretty easily if you use like low element ID more stable. So typically. Yes, sure. I mean sites changing us an issue for you can do something such developer to make it more robust but ultimately, if site and some changing completely, there's nothing that you can do about it. Typically I tell people that you know if you have the option to use an API instead course that's more stable or west goal where you have the most stable route. Tell me more about the libraries that are built into Robo Corp.. Yes we are we actually developing fairly large library that we call the. Framework. And consists of. Of you'll basic tool kit essentially as you need us an opiate developing. So. You'll have things for the browser things folk desktop applications, immigration you'll have. integrations with all the major cloud platforms, aws azure. Google cloud. And probably forget like eighty percent of the stuff but we we keep adding to it. Multiple Times a week become a new release that adds new functionality to be a framework right now at the moment. But Yeah I some multitude of different kinds of Kiva statute categorized by different technology domains. there. Are Lots of API's out there for machine learning. Tell me about how machine learning API's can be used with Robocall Corp Yeah. So the industry term for that is intelligent automation and you to be his call up intelligent does as soon as you who into some machine learning API. But sure I mean the kind of the basic I think most frequent use cases to do something like send a document to aws extract or other similar Google Cloud Vision Api you have a pdf in moist than want extra someday to out of it. You can easily use cloud services to do that for you if you don't want to try to do it locally that's I, think the most common use guests that I see all the time. When an ARP task gets spun up, what is actually happening on Robot Corp? Yes. So when a not B task at Spun Up. If you look at the architecture that we have with the cloud platform. And we have what we call the work us the workers, essentially an application that's installed in the target system. So he can be on your laptop, it can be on a virtual machine on. or it can leave inside a container that we can hopefully. So depending on where the work is. Say That the workers is on my laptop. What happens is that the cloud will send a package of code and some instructions to the work. The work will get the package on Pakistan and then initiate a fresh condign women fall by the libraries that. You have inside your robust cold, and then it'll stop fresh every time to make sure that you don't have any side effects from previous executions and then when you environment done, he'll execute the task stream. The console tries to cloud account, and then when don is Kinda you're execution Audifax you might have produced some documents or you at least have a file stream those to the cloud and report the results of the execution. So a lot of the stuff that we provide is really the east convenience of. You know you WANNA run by Tom. based. For a frame of coordination. Good just install one APP in the Environment Logan and you're good to go. You're all set. You'll have a stable execution environment each time and is pretty fast to. And what are you using under the hood to orchestrate these tasks? So, the orchestration service on our cloud is we are working actually mostly several s so it's on aws is pretty. This know like we are not using any the ready project to set up the orchestration scheduling. Those we do it ourselves. And then it's a fast growing platform of different features so. So he's one of the call pieces that we develop. We'll tell you more about that the service orchestration stuff like how much can you offload? What kind of leverage do you get by going server less? What does that look like? So we started developing that early twenty nineteen and I doubt time we made the decision to kind of go s cutting edge that we could because we have dealt with unity. So might be be of engineering just made the decision out. If you don't have the host anything sales, we won't do it. Then I might have a few service here and there, but most is hundred percents less and the idea is that we should be able to scale up pretty nicely with that decision. Obviously you're. GonNa always have some some issues hand but for the most part, we think that that will allow us to. Maintain certain level of service as we. Continue to grow and scale and and really some of these processes are pretty business critical company. So we need to be careful with operations. Tell me more just want to know more by your infrastructure in like how are using lambda are there any other service services that you'd like to discuss? is typical host, but really I'm not too deep into architects are close to its basic like `scuse Dynamo DB, Lambda all around US plan for monitoring data dog as well I. Think. Yeah It's a complex and growing piece of software.

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When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

a16z

05:16 min | 10 months ago

When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

"This post is all about we chat, but it's also about more than just we chat while seemingly just a messaging APP, which had his actually more of a portal, a platform, and even a mobile operating system depending how you look at it. Much has been written about. We had in the context of messaging APP, Trans but few outside of China really understand how it works, and how it can pull off what for many companies and countries still far off? Vision of a world managed entirely through our smartphones. Many of which most interesting features such as access to city services are not even visible to users outside of China. So why should people outside of China even care about we chat? The first and most obvious reason is that points to where facebook and other messaging APPs could head. Second we chat indicates where the future of mobile commerce may lie. Third we chat shows us what it's like to be both a platform and a mobile portal what Yahoo could have been. Ultimately however we chat should matter to all of us because it shows what's possible when an entire country which currently has a smartphone penetration of sixty two percent. That's almost one third of its population leapfrogs. Era Directly to mobile. We felt was not a product started as a website, and then was adapted for Mobile to paraphrase a certain movie. It was born into it molded by. Most notable, however for anyone in the tech business, we average revenue per user or are Pu, which is estimated to be at least seven dollars us. That's seven. The arpaio of what's up the largest messaging platform in the world. So. How did we chat do it the first some background? WHAT IS WE CHOP? Known in Chinese as wishing which translates to micro letter, which had his first and foremost, messing up for sending texts, voice, and photos to friends and family. It was launched by Chinese Investment Holding Company. tencent one of the largest Internet companies in the world. As of earlier this year we chat have five hundred, forty, nine million monthly active users may use among over one billion registered users. Almost all of them in Asia to put that in context, that's only a one hundred, fifty, million Mau's fewer than facebook messenger, almost three acts the use of Japan's line and Tannock's Emma use of curious cow, which tends then is also an investor. Downloading. The APP is free and we has only just begun to experiment with advertising revenue. So where then does it's ARP magically liar? Especially when one remembers the difficulty of monitoring other universal utilitarian services like email, the short answer is that it offers a lot more functionality. Along with basic communication features we chat users in China can access services to hail a taxi order food delivery. Buy movie tickets play casual. Games check in for a flight. Some money to friends access fitness tracker data book Doctor Appointment Kept Banking Statements. Pay The water bill find Geo targeted coupons recognize music search for a book at the local library. Meet strangers around you follow celebrity news read magazine Articles, and even donate to charity all in a single integrated APP. And we chats case chat. not other content streams or search box is the Universal Ui. And while this post is not focused on design, it's worth noting that Chinese APPS. Ten combine as features as possible into one application something. We kind of course a supra. This is in stark contrast to Western APPs which leans towards APP constellation. Number One how we chat works the APP within an APP model changes everything we think we know about web versus mobile. philosophically while facebook and WHATSAPP measure growth by the number of daily and monthly active users on their networks, we cares much more about how relevant and central each artist and addressing the daily, even hourly needs of its users. Instead of focusing on building the largest social network in the world, we has focused on building a mobile lifestyle. Its goals to address every aspect of its users lies including the non-social ones. The way it achieves this goal is through one of the most uncertain aspects of we check the pioneering model of APPs with an APP. Millions not not just thousands of lightweight APPs live inside. We chat much like web pages live on the Internet. This makes which have more like a browser for mobile websites or arguably a mobile operating system complete with its own proprietary APP store. Not What we'd expect from a messaging APP! The light we some we chat are called official accounts. Approved by which had after a brief application process thorough well over ten million of these official accounts on the platform, ranging from celebrities, banks, media, outlets, fashion brands to hospitals, drugstores, car, manufacturers, Internet, startups, personal blogs and more. It's important to emphasize that these official accounts are nothing like verify accounts on US social networks. We're being official is mainly just a badge of authenticity or identity verification. On we chat official accounts are approved to access exclusive API's for payments location, direct messages, voice messages user, ID's and more now, not every official count uses these API's, but there are still millions of them, indeed, our APP like

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When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

a16z

05:16 min | 10 months ago

When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China

"This post is all about we chat, but it's also about more than just we chat while seemingly just a messaging APP, which had his actually more of a portal, a platform, and even a mobile operating system depending how you look at it. Much has been written about. We had in the context of messaging APP, Trans but few outside of China really understand how it works, and how it can pull off what for many companies and countries still far off? Vision of a world managed entirely through our smartphones. Many of which most interesting features such as access to city services are not even visible to users outside of China. So why should people outside of China even care about we chat? The first and most obvious reason is that points to where facebook and other messaging APPs could head. Second we chat indicates where the future of mobile commerce may lie. Third we chat shows us what it's like to be both a platform and a mobile portal what Yahoo could have been. Ultimately however we chat should matter to all of us because it shows what's possible when an entire country which currently has a smartphone penetration of sixty two percent. That's almost one third of its population leapfrogs. Era Directly to mobile. We felt was not a product started as a website, and then was adapted for Mobile to paraphrase a certain movie. It was born into it molded by. Most notable, however for anyone in the tech business, we average revenue per user or are Pu, which is estimated to be at least seven dollars us. That's seven. The arpaio of what's up the largest messaging platform in the world. So. How did we chat do it the first some background? WHAT IS WE CHOP? Known in Chinese as wishing which translates to micro letter, which had his first and foremost, messing up for sending texts, voice, and photos to friends and family. It was launched by Chinese Investment Holding Company. tencent one of the largest Internet companies in the world. As of earlier this year we chat have five hundred, forty, nine million monthly active users may use among over one billion registered users. Almost all of them in Asia to put that in context, that's only a one hundred, fifty, million Mau's fewer than facebook messenger, almost three acts the use of Japan's line and Tannock's Emma use of curious cow, which tends then is also an investor. Downloading. The APP is free and we has only just begun to experiment with advertising revenue. So where then does it's ARP magically liar? Especially when one remembers the difficulty of monitoring other universal utilitarian services like email, the short answer is that it offers a lot more functionality. Along with basic communication features we chat users in China can access services to hail a taxi order food delivery. Buy movie tickets play casual. Games check in for a flight. Some money to friends access fitness tracker data book Doctor Appointment Kept Banking Statements. Pay The water bill find Geo targeted coupons recognize music search for a book at the local library. Meet strangers around you follow celebrity news read magazine Articles, and even donate to charity all in a single integrated APP. And we chats case chat. not other content streams or search box is the Universal Ui. And while this post is not focused on design, it's worth noting that Chinese APPS. Ten combine as features as possible into one application something. We kind of course a supra. This is in stark contrast to Western APPs which leans towards APP constellation. Number One how we chat works the APP within an APP model changes everything we think we know about web versus mobile. philosophically while facebook and WHATSAPP measure growth by the number of daily and monthly active users on their networks, we cares much more about how relevant and central each artist and addressing the daily, even hourly needs of its users. Instead of focusing on building the largest social network in the world, we has focused on building a mobile lifestyle. Its goals to address every aspect of its users lies including the non-social ones. The way it achieves this goal is through one of the most uncertain aspects of we check the pioneering model of APPs with an APP. Millions not not just thousands of lightweight APPs live inside. We chat much like web pages live on the Internet. This makes which have more like a browser for mobile websites or arguably a mobile operating system complete with its own proprietary APP store. Not What we'd expect from a messaging APP! The light we some we chat are called official accounts. Approved by which had after a brief application process thorough well over ten million of these official accounts on the platform, ranging from celebrities, banks, media, outlets, fashion brands to hospitals, drugstores, car, manufacturers, Internet, startups, personal blogs and more. 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Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, has died at age 41, wife says

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:25 min | 10 months ago

Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, has died at age 41, wife says

"Tonight devastating loss Broadway. Actor Nick Cordero Battled Corona Virus for ninety five days before the disease took his life at age forty one. Cordero's wife Chronicle despite on social media, people around the world followed all of us hoping for his recovery Cheney most is out front. Broadway star Nick Cordeiro struggled for three months in the I. See you in a coma up and down, but he is awake. Data is awake. But more down than up I am asking again for. All the prayers mega prayers, his ordeal documented by his wife Amanda Clues from bullets over Broadway. To Law and order his career is going great this. Could be one of the Great Wall until it was cut short by COVID. Nineteen God has another Angel in heaven. Now posted his wife. Nick had been young and healthy as Alec Baldwin noted. Last June nick was looking at his newborn son. Elvis in the ICU, this June nick was in the ICU himself, and through it all Amanda shared the experience. He told me for times that he won't survive. He was put on a ventilator is. Gone for two minutes, and they had to resuscitate his heart, they had to amputate away. It was a situation of lifer leg. He communicated with his is by looking down. Yes, to know US since Amanda recruited an army to say prayers created the HASHTAG UP Nick inspired people to Sing Day. Wake Up. Fans in Arp work, go fund me page for medical expenses zoom past, eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and rising just a few days before his death, his wife spoke with CBS so grab his hand, and I'm waiting to the day that he called my hand back that day, apparently never came. He missed seeing his sons I. Nick Cordero was outlived by his one year old. Who will grow up hearing stories of how much he was loved.

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The Only 3 Ways You Can Differentiate and Compete

The $100 MBA Show

07:20 min | 1 year ago

The Only 3 Ways You Can Differentiate and Compete

"I WANNA start by saying that I've come up with these. Three ways is just through my own experiences in business. Our Business Webinar Jar. Webinar software competes in a very busy market with some big players competitors veterans like zoom and go to Webinar have literally millions of users. How do I get a slice of that Pie? This is a question I had to force myself to ask. And it really just boils boils down to three ways a differentiation. Let's start with the first one and that's Nishi down. Whatever your product? Whatever your service you can serve lots of different markets but if you focus on one market on one group of people you become their choice because you've built a product of service and experience around their needs simple? You want to start a software business that helps go build their websites like like a website builder instead of building a website builder for anybody who needs a website. Let's say you focus on photographers and videography hours and your Website builders really cater to that market. These customers have unique needs and the certain things. They don't need that they don't WanNa be confused by so he become the website builder for photographers. Viagra offers all the videography in photographers. That are using something else can move over to you because you serve them directly. Let me give you another author example. A real world example CANVAS CANVAS DOT COM is a cloud based graphic design tool. It's incredibly popular. But it's a niche product. Product is canvas more powerful in feature rich than Adobe Photoshop Note. It's not it's a fraction of what photoshop can do but not everybody. It needs photoshop professional graphic designers. They need photoshop. And they're gonNA use Adobe Photoshop and they're a ideal customer for adobe before before people that are just trying to print a flyer for their book club or for Garage Sale. They don't need photoshop. They need something simple. Easy to use with limited limited features. So they don't get confused and this is where canvas comes in. Canada actually provides a product that's limited and they kind of force their market by saying. Hey we're for people that are trying to just easily design something in a few minutes without a graphic design degree this means they are excluding the professionals bunching down. They speak directly to people that they serve that their product release four so the first way of differentiating is initiating to a group of people in your larger marketplace. The segue differentiate is implementation. And I believe this is the most powerful way differentiate. It's what makes the biggest difference. The most popular example of this is facebook okay. FACEBOOK is not the first social media platform there was my space friendster but facebook implemented it in a way that made it easier. The concept is the same but their implementation was different and therefore they were easily able to differentiate themselves and stand out. There was a period of time where friendster and my space had more features. So it's not about feature sets but but it's more like hey they figured out a way to make social media work and the implement of the I did differently. Here's another real world example in the automobile industry before four. Tesla if you were conscious of the environment and you're a green customer you would buy at Iota Prius to Yoda's implementation to serve. This customer was to create a hybrid vehicle to compact car. It's not really a performance driven. It's not very fast as not really great to handle. It's not a great drive is not luxuriance but it was a symbol. If you drove that car it was a statement. I care about the environment. That's why Leonardo DiCaprio drove Prius until Tesla came around and Tessa Tesla said. Hey we want to serve this market. The people that care about the environment that want to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels. But we don't want to sacrifice style or speed or comfort or luxury. We're going to implement this idea differently. It's GonNa be a little bit more expensive but we believe people are going to buy it and enjoy our implementation of this idea. More more than Toyota and history speaks for itself. Leonardo di caprio drives Tesla now. But the point here is that they decided to implement this idea differently with your product. Doc with your service how you implementing your solution differently in a way that adds value with us with women are Ninja. There's a lot of different webinars offers. There was a different ways that you can create you know meetings and do mastermind calls. There's so many ways you could do this. Coaching calls why US while our implementation tation is quite different from everybody else. We actually really focus on ease of use a great experience in terms of building the Webinar an incredible quality. So this is how we want to really implement this idea. We understand if our users find easy to use. They're going to continue to use is it and they're gonNA use it more often and therefore they'll be long-term customers so we're attracting people that say. Hey I love doing webinars but I don't want another headache right. We actually have a testimony L. A. quote a message came from one of our users said I love with an tried other platforms but I said No. Because they're overly complicated. I need a Webinar service. Not another headache. And that's exactly who we attract all right number three. The Third Way to friendship is service. This is a game changer. When when you understand this you understand this is really a way for you to Propel Your Business your competition can copy you? They can copy your features then copier pricing model hectic and copier sales copy. And even your branding but the one thing they can't copy is your service how you treat your customers before before during and after the sale the customer service experience the whole experience of being customer the emails you send now the chats you have the live webinars. You do all that kind of stuff. That interaction you have with your audience with your customer makes the difference. Okay this is something that we tripled down on on an ARP business for the last three years and it's paid off and now when we look at our customer surveys. The number one reason why people love women are inches because one. It's easy to use to who the customer service if you're a small business. This is a great way for you to get a leg up on the bigger businesses larger companies. It's hard to regularly great service. They have large customer service teams and sometimes things become impersonal. But if you're a small team in your managing tickets yourself or you have a small team running customer service you could still train them and be very friendly and very very personal and helpful and be available in human. Our biggest challenges oranges as we grow the business. How do we maintain that to make sure our customer service never suffers because it's one of our biggest differentiator so you could differentiate with the your service the way you treat your customers throughout the buying journey pass Their purchase when they buy the next product with the Knicks Service. So the next you you know a thing that you offer them so they have niche implementation service. Those are the three

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"arp" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"arp" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"If you had almond milk in your coffee today or on your cereal may be the nuts. Themselves from which the milk comes probably came from the enormous almond industry here in California so many trees that they take just about the same amount of land as Delaware her powering. All those trees are billions of bees shipped in from all over the country to pollinate but as an mcgivney reported in the Guardian the other day it is risky. Work for the APIARY workforce and welcome to the program. Hi Chi thank you. Tell me about this guy. Dennis Arp this beekeeper that you start your piece with so Dennis. ARP AARP is a beekeeper in northern Arizona. He's been keeping bees for three decades or more and he started out just starting to heat bees for honey production but then he got in nineteen eighty s started renting out his bees to almond growers in California. So so he now splits his business. Between keeping bees for honey production and selling honey in the regional area around flagstaff and then extending his these to California for Almond pollination and what we come to learn in this piece is that in taking his bees to California for almond pollination the nation That that is not good for his hives right. It like dentist beekeepers or subjecting their bees to some very big risks by sending them to California to pollinate almonds. What's the risk I mean? Isn't that their job to pollinate omens right well these they do like to work hard and stay busy but the industry has grown so substantially over the last fifteen years that seventy percent of all commercialized. Bees in the United States are now being used to pollinate almonds and in two thousand the almond industry was producing seven hundred million million pounds of almonds in twenty eighteen twenty nineteen. It was two point. Three billion pounds of almonds. That is a lot of work. The bees have to do so. Why Ah Dennis ARP and why are all these? Other almond farmer are a beekeeper's rather why do they keep doing this to their bees. Well they've got themselves in in a situation where it's so profitable to send their bees to California. They get paid two hundred dollars per hive the second largest crop in in the United States that's pollinated by bees. Is Apples and apples. Only fetch fifty three dollars per hive so it's very profitable the beekeepers but it also cost them a lot because beekeepers are losing at least thirty percent of their bees every year. They die you know directly or indirectly from the pollination that's happening and so they are spending money to keep their bees alive and do things to try and meet their allman in contract. And so there's been this money. They're going into debt and so they need to increase the revenue to pay their debts. So they're in a catch twenty two situation. Yeah and not to get all capitalist just here but that's what the monies for right. They're getting two hundred dollars per high for almonds over fifty for apple's because the risk right I mean that's the deal that's right. The almonds fetched two hundred dollars per hive. Because they're in such demand because the quantity of almonds that are being produced keeps increasing whereas the number number of hives in the country has stayed the same since two thousand should This this is not a one to one comparison ear but should we feel bad bad for drinking all this almond milk those who drink almond milk. Well I don't think you should feel bad in terms of just drinking. Any plant based milk is so much better for for the environment than dairy. But it's true that you should maybe take another look about almond milk and kind of the impact on bees that that goes into making that almond milk. mcgivney is writer and journalist based in Flagstaff Arizona. Writing in the Guardian about beekeepers almonds an thanks excellent time. Thank you so much kind..

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Amelia Boone: Living Authentic

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Amelia Boone: Living Authentic

"Today's best is known widely I would say for her grit her ability to suffer her name is Amelia soon and she is the most dominant and decorated female in the history of obstacle course racing fifty podiums thirty victories Spartan race world champion three time world's toughest mudder champion her list of accolades goes on and on and on she's also the ultimate weekend warrior because Amelia has accomplished all of this while balancing a fulltime career as a corporate attorney I at Skadden arps in Chicago and now at apple in Cupertino dubbed the Queen of pain it's a career that's landed her on magazine covers major publication features and title television gigs as a commentator and along the way she's held herself out as essentially an open book sharing her journey social media and many podcasts but reflecting back she now calls those experiences selective vulnerability an open book appearance with veneer of transparency that belied that shrouded in essential truth about her life because while Emilia was being celebrated as this unbreakable theon prodded for her daily habits morning routine or training regimen and her race tactics she harbored a secret a secret twenty year battle with food and mental health an eating disorder basically that that she kept hidden and compartmentalized which has been an obstacle more daunting than any ratio endured however four bone injuries likely the result of of her dysfunctional relationship with food chain all of that so this past summer she summoned the courage to confront it I threw an ended treatment program and then by sharing her story for the first time with the public vulnerable and courageous blog post later we're her protracted struggle or guilt or shame and all of this was motivated by a desire on behalf of Amelia to to really change the way we talk about out eating disorders and that post prompted an extended media cycle that led to a broader and more important conversation about the prominence of this addition among athletes and Beyond and today's episode is a powerful extension of that ongoing conversation. It's coming up in a few but first let's take care of business today's episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens? I think you could say that I'm a minimalist when it comes to supplements not one of those athletes that has a cupboard with twenty different jars filled with powders but I do believe in smart supplementation and irrespective of whatever Diet looks

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Both sides make closing arguments in trial of ex-Obama White House lawyer Greg Craig

All Of It

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Both sides make closing arguments in trial of ex-Obama White House lawyer Greg Craig

"Closing arguments at first then presented in the criminal trial of former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig is NPR's Ryan Lucas reports Craig has pleaded not guilty to one count of making false statements to the justice department about his work on behalf of political clients in Ukraine in his closing argument Craig's attorney William Murphy said Craig never lied to the justice department about his work on behalf of the Ukrainian government he asked for the jury to restore Craig's reputation built up over a decades long career and find him not guilty in their closing arguments prosecutors told jurors that Craig knowingly and willfully concealed information so that he wouldn't have to register with the justice department as an agent of Ukraine they pointed to emails and other documents that they say support their case and urged the jury to find great guilty the case against Craig relates to a project that he and his then law firm Skadden arps good for you crane back in twenty twelve after Craig left the Obama administration the jury is now expected to begin deliberations in

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Arps, New Zealand And Twenty One Months discussed on Orlando's Morning News

Orlando's Morning News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Arps, New Zealand And Twenty One Months discussed on Orlando's Morning News

"A businessman in New Zealand will spend twenty one months in jail for sharing that live stream video of terror attack that killed fifty one people. He'll have Arps pleaded guilty. The judge calling it a hate crime against the Muslim community are runs a firm that uses Neo Nazi

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"arp" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"arp" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"arp" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"arp" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Attendees, get a fear that you're one team will also hold watch parties throughout the playoffs in the new entertainment district that include during home games, the bugs find out Julio play for game one and who their opponent will be later tonight. Seven thirty eight at WTMJ. Wisconsin's morning news. Sponsored by Arp, Wisconsin. See everything AARP is doing in Milwaukee in Wisconsin. Visit AARP dot org slash W I AARP in Wisconsin wants to help make the Milwaukee area more enjoyable for everyone as they age whether that means working with local leaders to improve the liveability of area communities or providing free workshops online or in person throughout the Milwaukee area. They want to be sure you have the tools and resources needed to take on today and every day with the help of AARP take advantage of free in person workshops throughout the Milwaukee area on topics such as familiarizing yourself with personal mobile devices or having conversations with your fellow family caregivers online. Webinars can help polish you're job searching skills or learn to protect yourself from fraud and scams, visit AARP dot ORG slash W WI to learn about these offerings and more. Such as how to meet up at free movies for grownups or get AARP discounts to local events. Again. That's AARP dot org slash W is a RPG dot org slash W. I help your fellow commuters. Get where they need to go report accidents in slowdowns.

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"arp" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"arp" Discussed on TechStuff

"So he wrote a memo p proposed what he called the intergalactic computer network. This'll be a network of networks that would allow computers to send information back and forth freely with each other. And this was a big deal because computer systems back then if there were built by different companies, they relied on different computer languages. They cannot communicate directly with one another. If you were to put a wire like a cable between computer a and computer be and they were built by different companies. It was like they were speaking different languages. They would not be able to send information meaningfully back and forth to each other. And so- lick said we need to create a network that would facilitate communication between these two. So that the the language spoken by one. One could get translated into a standard language, and then it could be translated back into language number two for the second, computer. So he was envisioning this network that would have these communication standards built into the network itself. And again that would become a primary component of Arpanet and also the internet. So fascinating stuff. I've got a lot more to say about Arpaio and in particular Arp and its involvement in the events in Vietnam. But first, let's take a quick break to think our sponsor. Real estate. Investing is known for a lot of things mainly making a select group of people a lot of money. But being an online cutting edge experience is usually not one of its hallmarks. Well, that's no longer. The case fund rise is the future of real estate investing their revolutionary model is transforming the industry. Thanks to software that cuts out costly middleman and old market inefficiencies fundraise delivers the kind of investing power,.

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"arp" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"arp" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Drawn numbers. It does not change your chance of winning. But if you do win they'll be more chance that you'll have to split the pot with somebody. Now, there you go. That's okay. Though. Look, I don't care. I'm not picky. If it's a million bucks. If it's five hundred million knock 'em bitch either way. Right. Like, if if I win it and twelve plumbers when it from some, you know, from Long Island, I'm not gonna go. Oh, God, I want all the money to myself. I'd be like this is nice. This is nice. And I promise you vill. I promise you. We will get your song to the top of the charts. We will three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. So you you work hard you make your money. Let me ask you a question. Would you want to put that money into new organization that fought tooth and nail for government run healthcare system know, how about this an organization that portions of the White House speech is behind the closed doors to ensure the passage of things like the Affordable Care Act. No. Then why do you get away from Arp get with amac conservative alternative is what amac is they offered alternatives to just about every benefit Arp offers, but without the liberal agenda. Now, here's the great thing about amac. They're doing something with my listeners. They're giving you a year membership for free. It's not gonna cost you a penny. All you have to do is go to amac dot US forward slash add on top of all of those things that they do the benefits they offer you are tremendous benefit after benefit retail restaurant movie. Discounts theme park discounts. You name it. They've.

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"arp" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"arp" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Number five hundred would come thirty four yard at a Josh, Gordon. Patriots beat the colts thirty eight to twenty four. A win is a win is a win. But his Bill Belichick will reflect afterwards better. You know? Never never satisfied. All good. Here's ballot. Check how about Josh Gordon him being on this team. Now, Josh has worked hard working with them and made a nice play on the ball for career touchdown five hundred for Brady five hundred people that have really worked hard and. Quarterback then throw them themselves. He needs people to catch him in block and defense and make plays and you finish what two eighty no two fifty somewhere to forty eight or something like that. And when you finish your wear on the list. Like seventh or eighth? And now these five hundred well, it's the least changed just like the league changed for us. The guys that's all I was trying to say. I never know what I'm under under. I'm trying to get the difference of the league from we played. I. Doc around here. I just can't get an Arp attack side, and I'm not sure anymore. Always had Jerry. It's about fifty percent of the time of for me. It's usually one hundred percent of the time that I'm speaking to you, thank Allah. It's probably about twenty percent. Right. Right. And only if you make a man, okay, I happen to like you. I wasn't trying to attack anybody. To talk about the difference in the league from new played back in the day. And now to forty eight..

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"arp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"arp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I don't if you saw it where children a who they would give the experience where they were swimming with orcas and spirit pre elementary age they When they first, did it they came out with a veteran experience and most of them, said remember specific statistic, but most did, say that wasn't real but they asked them, as time by and few months later over fifty percent of the children. Said yes I did swim, with orcas they had developed a false memory and even create stories around that. To make it more plausible but isn't it also. The kind of subconscious memory of that as. Well I think that wasn't there, a study that they had to somebody as they were, a? Tree and then for the following week afterwards their paper you say gone. Down about that, yeah Subconscious what you don't even realize you're taking in influences your life, decisions yeah I. Had about study where people encountered themselves, when they were older or they were like a mirror and you. Look at yourself aged and people, afterwards, asked if they would how. Much they were going to give to that pension and they found that the amount that they, were going to get to the pension Arp if they'd seen themselves encountered? Themselves as an old person Catherine has taken us into this important area of an aging society. In many parts of the world certainly, here in, north west Europe where we are? Here I want to come to you just because, there is a serious problem isn't it and automation and robotics must be part of the answer about. How we are going to be able to cope with Care for an increasingly aging, population and we're already seeing a little bit in Japan aren't, we you. Know where people live to a ripe old age and Japan and guess what if one of. The big countries in robotics, research the Japan over such a. Problem because they don't allow immigration of course so a lot of the co worker in this country and in Europe is done by immigrants and if you, allow migration then you can correct. The balance so I think there's a whole lot of things that we. Can do to deal with this emerging challenge of the population robots I would never, say is is the whole of the solution I think we need to learn how. To look after each other better we need to learn how to live collectively better in ways that don't create isolation and technology. Can work both ways that it can isolators can also bring us together so we have to develop the robots in the VR systems in a way that they will increase connectivity and, human human? Support but I think that win win with robots because people want to live in their homes for longer if you Ask them they wanna live in their own home they don't want to be in a care home in hospital and it's much cheaper if, someone lives in the road home..

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"arp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"arp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bad marriage is like, as. Bad as heavy drinking. Or. Smoking, right for your cases worse yeah well I think a bad marriage can lead you to do those things which Wow Let's talk to our relationship expert about. That Donna. Arp Weizman welcome back to the. Program hi, guys you so so, Donna, the you've heard us talking. There I, mean it shouldn't be a secret really that a bad relationship is going. To it's going to impact you? Physically, oh. Absolutely because I could've breath primarily. See that's what I was going to. Say it would seem to be that that's all stress. Induced, yeah a lot of it is stress, induced and that's why it's so incumbent upon a couple to recover and get over and move on from what whatever it is that they, have especially recurrent. Problems let's say it's money issues or something that they can never ever seem to. Get. Right and so they argue about it argued that, they it's really important both physically and intellectually and emotionally for them to communicate and bring it to a resolve. Specify What exactly? Is, the. Most important reason is it the. Conflict or is it the the back. And forth yelling that that is so bad you know. What, I'm saying is is isn't a conflict, that's left unresolved that can be bad for your marriage or when the man the woman are just constantly just bickering yelling well h actually, both it's sort. Of like a bad job you know if you work every day and you dread. It. Because it causes you stress you're, going to have, the same outcome so that's why you guys are gonna live forever because you have that great job so wonderful Okay We never. Anything It's so true if we, have healthy relationships whether we're married or not dating or just, in our job which is going to make. Us overall healthier, because if, we you know we have. Good positive emotions we don't have. As much cortisol we don't have as much stress related hormones that are being. Exerted their body will you kind of? Touched on there Donna? And Donna Arp Weizman is our guest in that the researchers found that arguing about the same thing over and over again causes, the most frustration no matter how small tell your husband pick. Your socks above the floor is simple as that is if that continues to happen over and over again. Drives you crazy and one of the big causes that stress in marriages are and it sounds. Bizarre is snoring Because it's every night it's a constant it causes, huge stress between a couple in it's really leads to divorce. Many times because the couple gets more and more stress the woman can't sleep the man continues to act. That way she thinks he doesn't respect her and therefore it leads to all kinds of calamities Don let me ask you this so just as a kind of play the other side. Obviously a bad relationship is not good for you it's not good for your health and you should probably not? Be, in that relationship but is there not. A fine line there between I think today. We we see a lot of people Donald that are very quick to cut ties. Right lot of hell. With I'm just trying to get divorced. Some point at what point should you fight in battle through some of that right Try, to..

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British regulator to fine Facebook over data protection breaches

BBC World Service

04:48 min | 3 years ago

British regulator to fine Facebook over data protection breaches

"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news china has warned that the trump administration's plan to raise import duties on a further two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products will hurt american interests as well as china and the rest of the world the chinese commerce ministry said it was shocked by the us announcement andrew walker reports the us took the first step in this confrontation with new tarasov thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods beijing responded immediately with similar measures president trump in turn has asked his administration to prepare for tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from china beijing described mr trump's actions as unacceptable bullying and said they would hurt us interests how china will respond is unclear it cannot directly match the latest tariffs proposed by washington because it does not import enough american goods but it could take action that makes it harder for american businesses operating in china president trump has gone into a nato summit in brussels saying it's not fair to the american taxpayer the us allies have been paying too little into the defense block for decades mr trump said the forty billion dollars of increased contributions since he came to office was not nearly enough he's years back where delinquent the united states so if you go back ten or twenty years you're just edit all outfits massive amounts of money is the united states has and stepped up like nobody he praised the nato secretary general jens stoltenberg working very hard on the problem mr stoltenberg acknowledged that other nato members had to spend more on defense but said that was exactly what they were doing a spanish daiva who helped save twelve boys from flooded cave in thailand has said the youngsters were given drugs to calm them down before that dramatic rescue the thai prime minister prior to turn also said medication was used although it's not clear how aware the boys were is they came through flooded passageways the head of the thai navy seals rear admiral arp according you can do said at it i didn't think the mission to say the boys would succeed what else we didn't think that we could do this we had a little bit of hope that they might still be alive but we just had to move forward there was only a tiny bit of hope but that's all we had to work with and in the end that tiny bit of hope became a reality a senior united nations official says it's been a marked rise in the forced recruitment and abduction of children by armed groups in the democratic republic of congo the genia gamba the special representative of the un secretary general for children in armed conflict said children as young as one year old had been abducted she said they were often used as forced labor or sex slaves will news from the bbc in the past few minutes a court in germany has found neo nazi sympathizer schaper guilty of ten counts of murder and sentenced to life the court in munich was ruling on the case of a neo nazi gang involved in a string of racist dating back to two thousand prosecutors say bart chapa was part of the national socialist underground cell which killed nine turkish greek born emigrants under german policewoman over seven years britain's data protection watchdog says it intends to reveal a record fine on facebook of five hundred thousand dollars or more than six hundred and fifty thousand dollars dollars for breaching uk data laws the british information commissioner's office said the social media giant had failed to save car people's information will be transparent about how the details of eighty seven million users were harvested rory kathryn jones reports the information commissioner began an inquiry into the use of data in political campaigns over a year ago about acquired a new focus when the scandal broke over how cambridge analytica acquired the details of eighty seven million facebook users now the regulator intends to levy a record five hundred thousand pound fine on facebook for failing to safeguard people's information or be transparent about how it was collected the firm ken now argue for a lower penalty a deadline expires today for almost two thousand refugees from namibia who fled to neighboring botswana over be twenty years twenty years ago to agree to voluntary repatriation the botswana authorities say they intend to go ahead with repatriating displaced people who originate from namibia caprivi strip rupert murdoch's twentyfirstcentury century fox has increased its bid for sky tv as it fights for control of the company fox's new offer values.

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"arp" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"arp" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Got the text from the anonymous executive who i have concluded really wants bryce harper on his team basically like maybe if i put this out there everyone won't notice how good he is he said he simply overrated the good eight worth the bed he's a losing player cares about himself more than the team if i was in charge and had money my team would not pursue him aren't you in charge i love that i love tax but look i'm not in charge and i have no money so this is just my opinion opinion i'm only willing to have out there anonymously and it sounds like stu gods the sort decide to three winning players money he doesn't have because he's not in arp has been in the playoffs he's not even in charge of putting his name on this let me share this opinion even though i have no power whatsoever and i definitely don't want him in my team i'm just going to take the time to text you about him and make sure all the other teams out there don't make a big mistake why are we printing the anonymous quotes of sports radio call just wants to give his opinion on bryce harper is losing player he's overrated yeah we need to stop doing that what we do i mean the anonymous because i thought you the overrated and call and guys losing pliers because that's my wheelhouse why allow an executive to smear and honestly on something that's just it's just a take if it makes you feel better another executive who did not put his name to it said he's a generational talent okay very all right.

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"arp" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

WXAV 88.3 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"arp" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

"This show in nearly five years after kittyhawk wilbur and orville wright were crowned the kings of the air even in a hometown now tongue was though eighty below when the boys return with honors a heard from the news reports that uncle will have taken a little french girl for a flight so ivan adan her sister baked to be the first american girls to fly request that their uncle orville happily obliged hand a little hat on with a scarf tied under the chin i climbed into the passenger seat next uncle irvin he smiled a little bit when he got everything already cooler gave the signal and took off there were in mid air with the wind blowing in our faces it was unbelievable we went out over the trees and telephone poles and circled huffman prairie when uncle arp was priding to the electric trolley that was coming in the distance he turned to me and he said shall we take it i nodded with that he turned off the engine and the propellers turned into the wind and glided down to a perfect landing in time the cash the trolley and that was my first flight and i haven't been the same sense let us fly so this guy dan.

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"arp" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"arp" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"John all right it is kiss fm eight one if you've been following us we are on a mission to try and get gracie on the line david from arcadia is on hold it is the second date update that will never end i'm gonna try one more time on this we actually think petty god her been than hung up so she did just answer a second ago so hopefully with this call will stay on the line but we know that david is told us in his email it was an undeniably great date trying to get her right now david arp

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"arp" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"arp" Discussed on WLOB

"It sounds like dui cheat him and how does it staten arps slate meagher inform that's the name of the law for you can't make this stuff up is at her father's name is german con the firm said it fired him last year and been cooperating with muller who is investigating russian interference in the 2016 election and possible links to the trump campaign of course there are no under the closers this gets his ukraine missed it by that much vendors ron's former employer skadden arps worked on reports on behalf of the ukrainian government that critics said sought to justify the false imprisonment of ukraine's former prime minister yulia timoshchenko shinko skinny yulia timoshenko the watchdog group freedom house criticized report is utterly baffling so again this has nothing to do with russia or trump but this is what we're spending our time on we got a little guppy in a lawyer that's that's rich gates rick gates lawyer that has something to do with him when he was dealing with the ukrainians in his daddy's or father laws named german con that's all we know is your mollenkopf and he worked for skadden arps slate meagher and from sowa this is just get it's getting is comical really i mean i'm you know this this this near the sounds like sounds like an austin powers episode ios is yet baby mi nemesis baby is german come on good grief is this all the got no feel he's come and i'm telling you gummen you'll get those thirteen russians last week and they had what to do with what well let me tell you what they had to do with they they duped who michael moore michael moore is heading up one of their rallies that these thirteen russians put together so you wanna talk about collusion is michael moore going to go to prison for colluding with the russians i still can't figure out wide is the russians want to play this game what is there in game on this understand they do this to sow confusion by said will fill their so in confusion and i'm going to what end i mean what is the point i mean what are they see the end of this little rainbow here we used the pot of gold form while they get to sow confusion i know for wads well then we'll be confused and then what states nobody seems.

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"arp" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"arp" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"I think that there were a lot of people a lot of executives owners roundly that had their eyes opened that were not particularly thrilled with the way events have gone in recent months and years but it was almost as if the devil they knew was better than the devil they didn't know and they were unwilling to make a radical change to bring a new commissioner at what is a critical time for a lead that's under attack for a lot of different reasons trade tv numbers down whatnot and political issues obviously with the the demonstrations the share the train was movie down the track how is this structured base salary and incentives that's largely it again it comes out to over the course of the package two hundred million dollars if all incentives are opposed to send the ball listen is easy running the high hurdles in the low hurdles here he's probably running the low hurdles no we don't know the specific details of this particular contract how the incentives works but again here's a man there's me a lot of money in the past and had a highpowered attorney from skadden arps here negotiating that deal for him who skadden arps dope they do a lot of league business they do so goodell employed an attorney from skadden arps to negotiate with the league it's a big firm i'm not inferring but i just just by purity did all right and my sense is that that's a very smart particular attorney who would not allow his client to take any sort of significant decrease in salary and so they set up the contract i'm sure it's designed for roger to be able to earn all this money as much as you possibly can of course there's no other way to do it and so it'll be a low base salary in a single millions of dollars now again there are tuition look at this bob this is a company that makes fourteen billion dollars a year so he's the head of a company is generating fourteen billion dollars a year in revenues on the other hand you could also say the matthew staffers the highest paid player in every twenty seven million dollars year the highestprofile player in the game makes twenty million dollars you and tom brady and raji does the chance to double tom brady salary in a given year on the one hand see you.

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