35 Burst results for "Alba"

"alba" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

05:32 min | 3 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

"Back everybody hit. My next guys needs no introduction. But i'm going to give her one jessica alba. I am so proud to call her my friend. He's incredible talented humanitarian actress and entrepreneur founder of the honest company. There's nothing that this woman can't do..

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President Biden Optimistic Despite Falling Short of July Fourth Vaccination Goal

NBC Nightly News

01:37 min | 5 months ago

President Biden Optimistic Despite Falling Short of July Fourth Vaccination Goal

"Biden is a major rebound in the economy and in our lives. This holiday weekend as the country marks an accelerated return to normal still challenges. Remain with the white house falling short of its july fourth vaccination goal. Monica alba is covering the president firing up the barbecues and air force one this holiday weekend as americans come together on the eve of independence day. The biden administration's top officials fanned out across the country from nevada and michigan to maine new hampshire. The president first lady and vice president blanketing the nation. Today in what they're calling. The america is back together tour giving new meaning to the fourth of july by marking our independence from the pandemic though it was hard to believe. I think that we would actually be able to be together on the fourth of july. Still victory over. The virus isn't being declared just yet. The white house will miss. Its own goal of partially vaccinating. Seventy percent of american adults by tomorrow nearly sixty seven percent of those eighteen and over have received one dose while forty seven percent of the public is fully vaccinated heading into the celebrations. The president warned those who haven't gotten their shots yet concern that people who have not gotten vaccinated have the capacity to catch the variant the white house announcing it will deploy surge response teams to hot spots as fears grow over the highly transmissible delta variant

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"alba" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"alba" Discussed on By The Book

"Right we are back and we have so many listener comments about the honest life by jessica alba. I now kristen. Let's hear from some people who have feedback specifically for us and we have to start with the blaring leon visas. You're talking hundreds and hundreds of you wrote in either commenting on the facebook. Page rating direct Letters deeming us a tweeting us. So many people have thoughts about me going. No poo Darcy road into say. Oh kristen. I sincerely hope that jessica alba didn't tell you to issue all hair cleaners and your efforts to be no poo cleansers are totally fine..

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"alba" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

05:30 min | 6 months ago

"alba" Discussed on By The Book

"You by jessica alba so shall we start off with some feedback from folks who've read the honest. Yes i think that is a very good place to start with the source material. Yes ama- has this to say. I read the honest a few years ago. When i was first dabbling with efforts to be more eco friendly. I liked that jessica alba was very non-judgmental in admitted that she also wasn't perfect. I think if. I've read a more hardcore echo guide. I would have felt it was impossible but thanks to her. I made some changes. Not big shattering ones. But i do try to use more earth friendly cleaners and consume less plastic than i used to. Oh that makes me happy to hear. I mean the way. I feel about it. Anything that makes us cut down on plastic usage and be a little kinder to the earth. You know that that is a good verdict. So am i really glad it worked for you. But not everyone that the advice jessica alba makes that much sense kristen. Yeah marley had this to say. I try to live with as little environmental impact as i can. However i have some issues with instructions like those given by jessica alba and the clean living movement. I hate the tactic of. Don't use products with ingredients..

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"alba" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

04:58 min | 6 months ago

"alba" Discussed on By The Book

"Lease. Tell me about your first week of living by the honest life by jessica alba. Did you lie well jolanta. I'll be honest with you. Nope no more of those jokes have her again. Li i cannot help it. get it misleads. It's easy but seriously seriously dean..

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Dr. Scott Harrington on Why a No Oil, Low Fat Diet Is Optimal

No Meat Athlete Radio

02:02 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Scott Harrington on Why a No Oil, Low Fat Diet Is Optimal

"You're in the know oil. Low fat camp i presume alba's understand that and why you arrived that a bad Conclusion yes yes. Okay well this is you know. You have the paleo kito folks who are not that scared of fat and you know and then on the other side you know you have this like whole foods loaf No oil low fat folks. So there's problems with fat namely saturated fat and we know. Trans fats are carcinogenic. And in bad and they're coming out of the diet but saturated fat is another problem that increases your cholesterol by decreasing. Ldl receptors in the liver. So you don't get as much elliot pulled out. So we know we know saturated fats bad but what about oil so oil. Is the coca cola hidden sugar in coca cola of the fat world. Okay so what. I mean by that. Is it's hidden calories and so when you go to the restaurant and you order fajitas for instance you say if he as healthy i'm just gonna order veggie fajitas and it's going to be on a flower and i'm gonna eat it and it's going to be super healthy but you get it and it's dripping oil. Which is i forget. Maybe it's like one hundred and twenty cows per teaspoon tablespoon of oil. And so you're just going to get extra calories now all of oil and vegetable oils When you compare them against animal. Fats are studies. Show that they're they're healthier. They're healthier for you like when it's a head to head comparison you have your lipid profiles in your body are better when when you're when you're eating oil as compared to an animal fat yet but but there again once again so you're gonna usually when people are switching to a plant may side. They're trying to lose weight and get down back to their eighteen year weight and when you hit a plateau you gotta first thing yet check. Is that oil.

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Jessica Alba's Honest Co. Soars 44% in Stock Market Debut

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Jessica Alba's Honest Co. Soars 44% in Stock Market Debut

"A popular actress is making waves on Wall Street a decade ago Jessica Albert founded on his company after she use some baby laundry detergents that causes allergic reactions that venture is paying off big time as the company has made its debut on nasdaq prices soared forty four percent on the first day of trading for honest that now pegs the value of the company at nearly two point one billion dollars along with detergent other early honest company products include diapers and wipes it has since branched out to include things like moisturizers mascara and vitamins honest products are available on its website they're also available at stores like target and Amazon about squirrels Gabriel

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Late Rapper DMX Honored in Memorial

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Late Rapper DMX Honored in Memorial

"And family pay their final respects to rapper DMX, a memorial service held Sunday for close family and friends of DEA. Max. It followed a closed funeral service Saturday for the rapper Real name Earl Simmons, who died earlier this month after spending about a week on life support. DMX is influence and impact resonated in the streets of New York. Throughout the weekend, DEA Max, who was 50 leaves behind a fiance and 15 Children. Matt Piper. CBS NEWS New YORK fashion designer Alber Alba's has died. He was a

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Biden Recognizes as 'Genocide' the Killing of 1.5M Armenians by Ottoman Turks

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Biden Recognizes as 'Genocide' the Killing of 1.5M Armenians by Ottoman Turks

"Biden is recognizing the mass killing of Armenians more than a century ago is genocide. Clinical reporter Monica Alba has more on the official White House statement. Stay where he says each year we remember the lives of those who died in the Ottoman era Armenian genocide. Re commit ourselves to preventing such an atrocity from ever again occurring. Turkey is long disputed the mass killings amounted to genocide. Turkey's foreign minister responded today with a tweet. Words cannot change or rewrite history.

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Doing. You can reach the podcast via email at settling brusett gmail.com. The is on twitter at set. Listen bruce and my personal twitter is at jesse jackson. Dfw we have a website www set. Listen bruce dot com from there. You can find links to other springsteen podcasts as well as other music themed podcasts. We have a page devoted to our own s. l. Be all star band. These are guests. Who have been on the podcast more than three times. There is a link to our store where you can purchase settling brew shirts as well as a mary. Question t shirt. There is a link to our patron page where you can sign up to help. Support the podcast financially. We have different levels and different rewards based on support. If you don't have any extra cash and right now who does you can sport the podcast by subscribing the your favorite podcast player and leaving us a review. The more reviews we have the easier. It is for people to find us. And please tell a friend about the podcast. Especially if they love bruce or music because it will make.

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:14 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I mean he was just playing guitar. It was just like is out there singing. God only knows. I'm like man that's been send me to four own. There's a very early bootleg of him. Doing when i grow up to be a man which is very fun so okay. We're going long. But i have to tell you the story so i had no no no i. I know this is politics so I had a guy on the phone on the show a few about a month or so ago. Huge stan. oh yes yes And so david talked about that He really liked bruce's doing staying alive. Yeah he liked it. He said he says i think he says often when i 'cause he says when i read the story that that was a one of the ways they wanted to do with in that style ended up doing different for the movie and i said okay he said but i do need to tell you a fun story. He says i've never. I've only seen. I've never seen the. Bg's live but i was able to go to bury gibbs concert once he says he did. I'm on fire at night. And do you know the story behind that dose. So we'll bruce did staying alive. And i think it was berry in boston. That week was like. Hey everyone's talking about this. Cover that boosted of us. Why don't i do one for him. Yes we on fire. And man. I i love the. Bg's their one night. Only live album is one of my most listened to live albums. Ever and i think berry just has the most incredible voice and Absolutely and i love the documentary that huge data on them but anyway so my friend david is like and i gotta admit jesse. I was bitter. Because this is the only chance i've ever had to hear very give. And he's doing a cover doing bruce. He's there are so many songs i want to hear do. Now after the fact. I appreciate it was good but at the time it was like i said yeah. I think that. If you'd never seen bruce before that nashville show right with burning love and satisfaction like really really now i. Of course i've i've seen multiple times and i love it. I someone made a joke. Wants at the band should do a tour of doing nothing but covers. They just have a whole set. And i'm like i go. I go on a minute. They're the best bar band in the world. They are the best bartman the world john. Please be safe. thank you so much. let's stay in touch. I'd love to hear your acdc story. That sounds amazing. So hang tight. Will i close things up listeners. I hope you have enjoyed the conversation. Thank you so much for listening as always please remember to social distance. Wash your hands wearing a mask and let's all be good do each other because that's the only we're going to get through this for now. Thank you and goodbye. Doing a podcast at times can be a one way conversation. And i hate that so please let me know what you like. And don't like about the work i'm.

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:12 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Days. Wow i love better days. And then the third song changes depending on what day it is and that's the answer. I usually give to people that ask but better days to me is about enjoying the journey that too many people spend their lives saying well when my when my career is stable vin. I'm going to be happy when i find the perfect life mate then. I'll be happy when the kids get out of diapers then. I'm to enjoy parenting versus. No you gotta enjoy all of it because it is. It is the journey. Life is the journey and every step of that is something that you you don't get to relive so better. Days is kind of one of my theme songs about that to enjoy the journey. The joke that people say. Hey could you do a fifteen minute. Tedtalk without any You without any notice. Yep just gimme the lyrics. The better days i could talk for. Fifteen minutes is better. Days recently on air Talking about some of the social justice stuff going on in sports and so. I think that's funny that you mentioned that. And i think that's a great way to look at a man and i try to tell myself to enjoy that a little more every now and then because there are days where it gets really really hard you know i was just. I didn't mean in reputable. it's i always. I always appreciate the fact that in every once while we'll talk about that yes being an on air personality or being a talk show. Host is not like your roofing houses in the summer at work. The there there is work involved in it can be mentally and even sometimes physically straining and While you may love what you do that doesn't mean some days it doesn't feel like work and you go damn. I need an adult beverage. Damn i need to just get away from everything for a minute. Yeah in what. I do for a living putting myself on camera. I mean it does take a degree of owner ability where people are going to judgmental of you. People are going to say things about you. The critical of you people are gonna tell you what you do I mean i'll be frank and honest with you and i. I don't mind talking about this..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:32 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"He starts talking about the moment where he knew that he couldn't waste his mother's hard earned money. It was a very real like vulnerable moment of man. I'm kinda crappy person for doing this to my mom. That kind of stuff. I that performance art and i tried to incorporate it with how i present myself on television and that was a moment where i think i did that. You need a little human touch. No doubt one of my favorite moments Is houston two thousand fourteen. Someone put up a sign saying one step up and and he if you google it He makes a joke. We do not know this. You have major sir and he he starts playing it and he fulls patty asai to start singing and you hear him say ban. Come in gently right like and you could see that you know. They truly have not practiced this song. You know when it was the high hopes wrecking ball. So it was huge. They were playing all these songs i orchestra. So yeah that's great. He's gonna tour again. Knock on wood Excluding letter to you because we all want to see those songs live here and you've already shared rosalita. What are other songs. You hope to see live that you haven't gotten to see it's funny because it's like it's not even like rosalita leaders like a song i'm like in love with. I want to be able to say. I've seen rosalita right like i want to be able to do the collapse. You know i to be able to do that. I have some weird obscure songs. That i'm just like. Yeah like i'm. I'm praying for these things i told you. It's a shame for some reason. I love that song off the promise i think. That's like the beautiful. Stevie bruce dynamic and just the grew round earned. I mean that. That's that's up there for me Roll the dice. I think is a people here. All the dyson. They hear it. They think it's like this big papi party song but when he listened to the lyrics of roll the dice. It's there's like a degree of hope and there's a degree of hopelessness as well that i think it's like beautifully striking in funny way and i'm so mad because i turned down tickets to go to the second mohegan sun that mo- mohegan sun show that ended the high hopes tour because i couldn't be there and that shows like the greatest settlers ever played like if you want to know what john albert settlers should look like. Go to that show in like that's exactly it could have been there been there. I've i think i've heard darkness on the edge of town live but it was at my first springsteen show so my memory of it is not super vivid. I've heard him play with the band. But i'd really like to hear him. Play it with the history band. And i'm sad that he doesn't play it too much because that that is my springsteen album Man yeah i would love to experience. Man's job with my mom..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:56 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Do you understand. Some of the deep deep deep meaning of some of this stuff and then as i've expanded my phantom and start to explain some of these songs her she starts to hear it and that's a really cool experience for me as it music fan. Where like. I was able to turn that onto someone who's like now. I hear that song in a totally different way than i've been hearing it for thirty plus years so there are a lot of songs that will listen to. It's it's hard to kind of come off the top of my head but The rising and lonesome day. I think catfish dancing on the end of my lines. One of the greatest lines like everen image. She isn't it in. That's exactly it's imagery right. So i think about that. With my writing with what i do for a living in telling these stories of human emotion and i have the benefit of using images to right but i always have to match what i right to that image so when you have a situation like what springsteen has were to use imagery in his writing to get you to picture that to get you feel that man. It's incredible so. I'd say the rising is probably one of those songs to some gonna change curve just for a minute what what is on your wishlist of events. You haven't covered yet events. I haven't covered in world for on. Yeah i would love to cover the world series. I haven't gone to do that that baseball's my favorite sport so so getting to cover the world series would be really special to me I've covered the. Nfl playoffs cover. The nba playoffs covered. The daytona five hundred I think the world series is probably top bucket. Lists for me. Which i know. Baseball isn't really all that it used to be in a lot of fans minds but for me. It's it's such a deep connection. I connect the baseball like do brousseau while in baseball as the beautiful ken. burns documentary. Talks about right like it's a it's a it's a mother daughter father son parent child connection like my son and i. I took him to baseball games every for the longest time you know opening day when we could get tickets was when the rangers were really bad. I always pulled him out of school on opening day and we went opening day together. And you know. I 'cause i whatever. He learned one day in school. He's going to get more that. He spent the day with his dad at a ballpark. You know that together. And yet the exactly so i agree with that is that what has so far in your career bendy holy s moment. I can't believe i'm getting to cover this..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And i really thoroughly enjoyed that. But i was behind the scenes and i knew i wanted to be on air so i had just kind of put the pieces together i And then i went to bangor maine. Was there for three years. You gotta go to the small town. America which i mean. We're talking about a guy. Here and bruce to who he writes about those things even though he never even experienced it in saint and so i got to experience some of those things and see a different perspective of life that i'd never been given before and now is so valuable to get that off and then Yeah after that. I was fortunate enough to get this gig here in orlando So you know much. Higher media market and yemen. Now i tell myself all the time. Someday i don't know emblem could get to that place and that's my kind of calling card in life in my friends probably roll their eyes whenever they hear me say that but i say it all the time and yeah i it's been Certainly something that. I hold close to my heart. And that's one of the things that my family and people. I work with at whatever job i've had is. You truly can find a bruce connection and almost anything anything anything. In fact i i just tweeted this morning I do another podcast where we do. A lot of discussion about Comic book television shows. And so we're covering the current wanda vision and I tweeted a link to. I'll see you in my dreams. We will bring this up when we're discussing so funny mentioned because i watched the finale yesterday and yeah you're right. I mean that it's hard with that too. It does absolutely is not the end. Yeah exactly yeah You mentioned Bonding over bobby gene. Which i love for that you. You're a joyous because you may not care this on but you know your mom does so you do. Are there other songs that have special meaning to you or your family that you kind of you know since you guys are jersey. Fam- you know bruce family. Yeah i mean. I told you personally for me. Brilliant disguises song that it's really really hard in both a good and kind of heartbreaking kind of way A four in terms of my actual family of my mom and i both bonded over land. Hope and dreams I think that is his modern day. Born to run and you can say modern day but he wrote at twenty plus years ago at this point but i think that's kind of his modern day born to run and that song it i hate to say plainly here but it's hopeful and like it gives you actually buy into and that's always been a special one Trying to think here. I mentioned thunder road. Because that's one that my mom. And i it with my mom and i are particularly close and close with my dad too but especially my mom and i think she kind of listen to bruce on a more surface level. She loved him. He was one of her favorites but she'd always joke me..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:46 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Don henley was living endow and he showed up for the encore and they did. I fought the law together super cool. Yeah and so. I was like. Oh wow that's kinda cool then. One time in dallas. Bon jovi was playing the next night on joined him. They did glory days together. A phone is back so that was a of fun So let's talk about What are what are what are songs or albums. That mean a lot to you or before we do that. Let's talk about the last two western stars leonardy. What are your thoughts on those. By the way before. I even said i just looked up at set so that show that you had this is hell settlers great show. Yeah man you got to see darkness on the further on up the road. That's good stock. Great stuff yeah. What do i think of letter to you and western stars. So i think letter to you is really just for someone at that stage in their career. I think letter to you. It's just such an exceptional effort. And like you feel the power of the street band on that more than you have in probably twenty plus years on record and you know it's almost an to throw it back to sports fermented. It's like how the hell can brady win another super bowl or this age and then you go. How can bruce in the band. I mean it's a great album. Not oh for its age. It's a great album. It's just a absolutely and you feel the band. And i love bruce dearly but there are times i think he tries to do things just for the sake of doing things to see if they work or not which is fine. Every musician reserves the right to net but like at his core. Like i just love the street band. Sound like darkness on the town's by favorite springsteen album darkness on the edge of town. That's these street band's sound like that is that is re banned the way it should be played and letter. You feel like when. I first heard letter to you the little piano. Descend that roy does in that. That's that's the promise that. Start this on the dad. Is it right there. I really liked the album a lot. I think if i was a priest was one degree of songs ever written for the context of it to now and and like i said If i was the priest is what outlaw. Pete wanted to be. I just this western epic. I agree when i got the album. You know when. I'm putting on my headphones at work and i'm playing it and i would just play songs over and over again and if i was the priest just the way that was built and You know in that that break in were max does the drums. You know in in crescendo. You're like god that is amazing. The dynamic movement on that song incredible and the letter documentary actually showed how they came up with that dynamics on that and i just thought that was great I think it's great album..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And he sees us. He stops rolls down his window. And just gives us hearty birsh. 'cause little bruce chuckle so i can say that almost run over by bruce springsteen so that's something that i scott i know. And then my buddy. Bobby ended up playing solo on that show. And i mean i'm a pretty big bruce fan but bobby's even more so and he got to guitar tech for willie nile on that and bruce was back there with willie now so he got face face interaction with him and he gave him a great piece of advice. That bobby shared with me and life. And i don't know can you swear on the show or know. Pg thirteen version sure choice. I'm get a beep if it's the bomb okay deep it or you can do the pg whatever they'll the pg thirteen version is he said bobby him. What's a good piece of advice. You have trying to break into music industry. And he said don't up that's just says i was. I've kind of carried that with me to in life. don't f up and just like it. Do you think of that before. You're going to do a show. Like okay as bruce said no right so that your way out there. I think that when i cover big events because he's gotta keep yourself in the moment. Bobby got to play with bruce on that stage of hundred people bobby is right next to bruce and he's got on his bicep tattooed. I got this guitar. And i learned how to make talk and playing. Thunder road stripped down acoustic next to him. And i'm watching my best friend. Up there on stage with bruce and i just started weeping like a baby crying. The story it was it was surreal. And i mean. I've had a couple of other. Small interactions with them over the years. But that was likes such that was living through my friend. And i think it speaks to the power of bruce's aura. Right like like that little moment like that can mean so much. You know what. I find interesting. John is when i hear stories about this. There is such a small percentage of fandom because there's always those people but most people are just joyous for that experience not jealous. Oh i wish that could happen to me or they may say that. Oh how. I'd love that to happen. But they truly are happy for you or your friend not dammit. Why did you get to do that. And not me vs on other phantoms. I think it would be less generous. And that's partly because of people who love. bruce tend to be an you know. I've done five years of interviews. Just people that love music and love. What's good about his music. Sure and i mean a i got my interact with you. Almost killed me so that was and then. There were other interactions. Like i said i'd have later on. Ed manion joined us on stage to do a saxl over song that we wrote and like what have incredible how he was. You know so. Like and that was at a sold out show in toronto at the obama combo and and i mean what amazing experience that was so i value my years playing in that scene..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Yes we embrace this. We want you to do this. And the coaches and the staff and everything and so. I really felt like they handled that really well And so yes. I was really proud and you know we got. We got one great game. And the of with the mavs and the play offs. Then they said okay a little one. We'll see what they do this year. So yeah the wnba. In the nba were really at the forefront when it came to social progressiveness in black lives matter and all that stuff so they certainly drew the attention to themselves in in a way that they got their message out. And it's pretty crazy to think the amount of social change and maybe it's not change but social awareness. At least that. We've seen in the past year. Or so. And i think that is well said and i go back to like when i watched. Ken burns baseball documentary about the time of jackie robinson. And and how baseball at the time was doing that and then they kind of went back. So it's an interesting. You know there was a lot of discussion on the local sports station. I listen to hear the ticket about you. Know the nfl head coaches and and what do you do about that. Well i'll tell you what an aside from that. And i totally agree with you that that itself is always a in and of itself but Growing up in school in college especially My senior thesis was the intersection of sports patriotism in rates which was basically basically kapernick one. Oh one right. So we've seen this stuff over so much over. The course of the past few years and i connect this not not trying to like bring things full circle here but like i can. This springsteen bigwig too because One of my favorite springsteen lines comes from long walk home that flags san over the courthouse concerned. Certain things are sandstone. who we are what. We'll do what we won't. And i think about that all the time when i'm covering stories that involve that intersection of sports patriotism and militarization of sports more than anything else and I referenced that line on air. Recently when i was doing a long form commentary piece about some of that stuff. So it's crazy man. I mean you can draw those parallels all those things come together and all about bursts. Let's just snipers group yes all all..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The pandemic doesn't exist in florida. I don't know if you've seen that but in texas. So i have the same feeling. It's it's it's wild here man you know it all boils down to personal responsibility. If if some people want to take personal responsibility than it's great if people don't there's not a whole lot. I can do about it and you know i quite literally talk to people for a living so i'm out in the field all the and you get people who get it and you get people who don't and all i can do is try to be safe and hope that my family stays safe up new jersey which it seems so far they've been able to and vaccines are on the way. So that's good and yemen just just trying to get by. I hope you're trying to do the same. Yeah i've shared this on the podcast but Starting at the about the middle of may last year. I went back into the office. We are considered essential services. We do roadside assistance Mostly for the rv industry and so since may in a lot of life has been normal for me. I get in the car. I drive to the office. You know. we are mask if we're not at our desk They take your temperature every morning when we walk in a. You know an answer a few simple questions then you know i drive home. The big differences you know live music. No live sports Very rare you know when they started opening restaurants in the fall. We've done a couple you know. And and it's the 'cause the restaurants are very limited and Of course now than the governor said hundred percent and you don't need to wear a mask unless you want to and welcome to my world brother. Yes you know a my son and i who's a huge guy. you know we're talking about yes. We want to go to the new ranger stadium. We see that park but at the same time..

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"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:15 min | 8 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"One of my favorite springsteen lines comes from long walk home that flag san of the courthouse means certain things are sent sewn who we are what. We'll do what we won't. And i think about that all the time when i'm covering stories that involve that intersection of sports patriotism and the militarization of sports more than anything else and i actually referenced. That line on air recently. When i was doing a long form commentary piece about some of that stuff. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of set listing. Bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson and joining me. Today is my new friend. I met via twitter. He spectrum sports three sixty host and reporter. John alba john. Welcome to the show jesse. I'll tell you. I really appreciate it. Man i Normally when i do radio hits her podcast. It's about sports. But anytime i can talk bruce. Book the book of bruce. Whatever you wanna call it. I'm i'm in a good mood. I've literally got the big al all songs Springsteen textbook right by me right now had to do some research in preparation for this conversation. So i'm very excited. That is so cool Yeah i do every once in a while sports in springsteen's collide and it was funny In two thousand sixteen. I my only time. I've seen him in jersey. I was there the met. You know one of those Those three epic was there on the second night. And the next morning Stan goldstein's so you know had that he did a tour for us and as we're driving he says okay. The only person the car that will care. Jesse that is jason garrett's parents house. Oh i went on nice it so i joked I i supported jason garrett as the coach of the cowboys a lot longer than i should have. Because he's a huge springsteen fan. Yeah yeah. I really wanted him to do well. Now you know he's offense coordinator for the giants and Yeah he's he's living those Those wrecking ball dreams there in the swamp jersey so absolutely so Tell us a little about yourself. Before we get into your..

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Jessica Simpson's New Book Details Heartbreak

Daily Pop

02:16 min | 9 months ago

Jessica Simpson's New Book Details Heartbreak

"We have some serious celebrity. Confessions two days starting with jessica. Simpson jessica reveals. She was heartbroken when she learned about her ex husband. Nicolas shave moving on with vanessa manila just months after their split she wrote. I'm saddened beyond belief alone in the dark with no one to call my own. Now this is all from a new expert from her paperback edition of jessica's memoir shared by entertainment tonight in the book jessica alba rides about her struggles with alcohol. Sexual abuse How do you think. Eric feels about all of this. Especially the new revelations. Well just so good morning america this after every therapy session i would have and the journal entries. I would go through. I would share with him and then it just ended up becoming A memoir and Errands very he's a very open person. Like i am and he supported it. He read every chapter with me cried with me. He laughed when i didn't. He's very supportive and he's very proud. Wow well i'm happy they. She has eric's full support. What are your thinking. What are you picking. Ask somebody something. And they just kinda sort of feel like they have to go with the flow. And they give you that high pitch. Yeah we all the time. You know what i mean like but i know that means like i'm not one hundred percent okay with it but i'm support you during this thing that you're going through his this this sharing of emotions because i know it's therapeutic for you and your husband. Yeah i'm going to ride with you. And i'm going to be there with you. I just don't you had to put the thing in about your husband. That's the thing that maybe you shouldn't have. She would've loved it out. That's such a big part in in fact that it was a later expert almost going further into a relationship with an it was almost like people. Read that memoir. And we're saying i needed more. Nick needed more nick and even more nick and she thought well you know. I'm going to sell a little bit more. Let me just add another chapter. I think that was the publisher. You're saying go Legal absolutely

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Misinformation About COVID-19 Planted a Seed for Online Anti-Asian Hate Speech

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:28 min | 9 months ago

Misinformation About COVID-19 Planted a Seed for Online Anti-Asian Hate Speech

"Today marks one week since the mass shootings in atlanta that killed eight people including six asian women police have not yet labelled the attacks hate crime but we know that hate crimes against asian americans have been on the rise this year. Researchers at cal. State san bernardino at police data from sixteen american cities and found that anti-asian hate crimes more than doubled in two thousand twenty at the same time online. Hate speech against asians has also spiked as we think about these attacks. We have to ask. What do we know about online hate speech and how it translates to real world. Violence davey alba is a tech reporter at the new york times who covers misinformation. She's been following anti asian sentiment online during the pandemic it really started with a lot of the conspiracy is and misinformation around when the corona virus emerged and that seeded the idea that the public should be suspicious of asia and with the latest surge. In this last few months it turned into something more nefarious and it. Some of the hate speech and posts. That i've seen is really some terrible and vile stoff racists speech and a lot of it also included calls to violence against asians and have researchers been able to directly link. Those two things hate speech and the calls violence that we see online and the actual violence that we're seeing rise in the real world so what we do know. Is that the increase in volume of hate speech. Online as statistical predictor of real life violence. We've also seen that. Misinformation is linked to hate speech for instance. There's a study that came out month and it found that users who adopted the hashtag chinese fires were far more likely to pair it with overly racist hashtags. So you know you can kind of see that arc now of misinformation going to hate speech and going into real world violence. Let's talk about where this hate. Speech is popping up. Do we see different kinds of things depending on the platform. Yes we do these. These posts are in different places online. as i mentioned there in the most extremist corners of the internet so there are some telegram channels that i've seen that are dedicated to just making fun of asians and i'm kind of using a euphemism there. It's much more vile than just making fun. They use slurs. They use memes. Glorifying violence against asians and they sort of make it into a joke. Worth all. Turn it into a cartoon. But i've seen you know cartoons of asians being accused by hanging I've seen posts of pictures from the malay massacre where american soldiers are stomping on vietnamese people. And all of that stuff is glorified and pointed at as justified. Because you know people say this is rightful responses to the world having to deal with the pandemic that originated in china. I wonder what role the platform should be playing here. I know for instance. Facebook has a policy to take down posts that pose imminent harm but it seems like that could be hard to prove exactly and a lot of people who all misinformation nowhere the lines are so they get right up close to it and use certain tricks to sort of wink at these racist ideas or to spread misinformation but don't quite crossed the line. Sometimes it's not a straight line to harm but dotted one and there's stuff that skates really close to these notions that remain up and still contribute to this toxic conversation online. Davey alba is tech reporter at the new york times covering misinformation

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"alba" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

The PR Playbook Podcast

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"alba" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

"Hello and welcome to episode fifty five today. I have joining me. Megan alba director account director with the silver telegram and content curators and we're gonna be talking about storytelling for brands. In how important it is in. This is kind of our first go at a video. Excuse us for the weirdness of we're just trying to get used to a new format. But yeah i megan how are you doing. I'm excited. yeah no. I'm excited as well. It's nice to have another person on talking about the same things that i'm talking about. So i'll megan has been working with this over telegram for like four years. I think there some something like that <hes>. If you can just move closer so we can hear you a little bit better. That would begin sorry. I know you're like all relaxed in your green chair. They're new green chair. Having a conversation of green chair. conversations will take a little bite off of <hes>. Jada pinkett smith with her correct table so so storytelling for brand is pretty important especially when we're talking about public relations in building our narratives to tell the media so we wanted to talk about like kind of some key tips on how to develop a really good story and story line and you're gonna do this many times when you're a startup or any kind of brand really so you're going do over and over and over again and typically we usually have three or four storylines going at the same time. Obviously when we're pitching to the medium but i would love to get your feedback on getting started and how to create a story line and you know how some people can start thinking about stories in what they should be including. So how how can we get started. When we're developing our storylines or how do we do it. I guess so. Before we jump into that what i will say is that you know. A lot of our clients come to us and say well. I'm not a storyteller in the truth. Is that everyone's a storyteller. And i like to say everyone has a story worth sharing. You're telling a story every day. What we're doing is helping you to learn how to manage that. Narrative had recognizing managed that narrative in your life. And so what we're teaching today can apply for <unk>. Obviously across marketing and pr. But you know personally as well your own personal brand yeah so when we talk about storytelling really the first thing to start with the main idea and to and to build it out from there so sometimes the best thing you can do is to get back to basics. You know when you're in the middle of launching a product when you're in the middle of starting a new brand starting a new service. There's so many different things going on that. Oftentimes you feel pulled in many directions and sometimes you can lose sight of really the heart of the matter you can lose sight of the nugget that spurred all of this to begin with so what i recommend. A lot of times is go back to that. May ninety a what is it. What problem are you trying to solve. What issue where you're trying to address. What was the the main idea. The golden nugget. The lightbulb moment that popped into your head and you said i should do xyz to solve this problem. Go back to that main idea and that's going to be the heart of your storytelling point. I think a lot of people get like lost in like the verbs ray like this is the cutting edge or next generation or whatever and they they love to like hear that what they're doing is innovative or whatever you know like we have all those like pr terms that we get sucked into. And i agree with you completely like starting with the main idea making sure it like. I always tell people you know if you have a personal or brand mission statement to make sure it like lines up with that and it's like super direct and i think that's the best that is the best place to start so that you know you're always staying true to the voice of the company and like the goals of it rather than getting lost in saying that you are the next generation or innovation or all these fun. You know buzzwords that we like to throw out there so that's a great point great so like we start with the main idea we start fine tuning it <hes>. What's next so. I think that it's important to remember throughout to keep it simple. That's something that's really important a lot of times like you mentioned people get into this and they're trying to throw around all these buzzwords flashy terms and at its heart. Your communications should be simple. Someone needs to be able to remember what you said <hes>. As a matter of fact you said it several times in your book. Call your grandma and tell her. Tell her what you just wrote down. Give her your elevator pitch. And if grandma can't understand you need to go back to back to to the editing table again now so you want to do your research though once you have that main idea do your research and see what other people are saying about that same topic see what your competitors are saying. See what people are saying about similar products. If you're if you're the first or a new type of brand. What are people saying about similar products from there. You can find your unique value proposition from there. You can find those words that not everybody else's using and from there you can see what other people are saying that maybe it's confusing the conversation and you can cut through that clutter. You can fix it while you're building your on staff. Yep that's the else's communication problems and be the solution to it.

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Conversation with Megan Alba

The PR Playbook Podcast

05:26 min | 11 months ago

Conversation with Megan Alba

"Hello and welcome to episode fifty five today. I have joining me. Megan alba director account director with the silver telegram and content curators and we're gonna be talking about storytelling for brands. In how important it is in. This is kind of our first go at a video. Excuse us for the weirdness of we're just trying to get used to a new format. But yeah i megan how are you doing. I'm excited. yeah no. I'm excited as well. It's nice to have another person on talking about the same things that i'm talking about. So i'll megan has been working with this over telegram for like four years. I think there some something like that If you can just move closer so we can hear you a little bit better. That would begin sorry. I know you're like all relaxed in your green chair. They're new green chair. Having a conversation of green chair. conversations will take a little bite off of Jada pinkett smith with her correct table so so storytelling for brand is pretty important especially when we're talking about public relations in building our narratives to tell the media so we wanted to talk about like kind of some key tips on how to develop a really good story and story line and you're gonna do this many times when you're a startup or any kind of brand really so you're going do over and over and over again and typically we usually have three or four storylines going at the same time. Obviously when we're pitching to the medium but i would love to get your feedback on getting started and how to create a story line and you know how some people can start thinking about stories in what they should be including. So how how can we get started. When we're developing our storylines or how do we do it. I guess so. Before we jump into that what i will say is that you know. A lot of our clients come to us and say well. I'm not a storyteller in the truth. Is that everyone's a storyteller. And i like to say everyone has a story worth sharing. You're telling a story every day. What we're doing is helping you to learn how to manage that. Narrative had recognizing managed that narrative in your life. And so what we're teaching today can apply for Obviously across marketing and pr. But you know personally as well your own personal brand yeah so when we talk about storytelling really the first thing to start with the main idea and to and to build it out from there so sometimes the best thing you can do is to get back to basics. You know when you're in the middle of launching a product when you're in the middle of starting a new brand starting a new service. There's so many different things going on that. Oftentimes you feel pulled in many directions and sometimes you can lose sight of really the heart of the matter you can lose sight of the nugget that spurred all of this to begin with so what i recommend. A lot of times is go back to that. May ninety a what is it. What problem are you trying to solve. What issue where you're trying to address. What was the the main idea. The golden nugget. The lightbulb moment that popped into your head and you said i should do xyz to solve this problem. Go back to that main idea and that's going to be the heart of your storytelling point. I think a lot of people get like lost in like the verbs ray like this is the cutting edge or next generation or whatever and they they love to like hear that what they're doing is innovative or whatever you know like we have all those like pr terms that we get sucked into. And i agree with you completely like starting with the main idea making sure it like. I always tell people you know if you have a personal or brand mission statement to make sure it like lines up with that and it's like super direct and i think that's the best that is the best place to start so that you know you're always staying true to the voice of the company and like the goals of it rather than getting lost in saying that you are the next generation or innovation or all these fun. You know buzzwords that we like to throw out there so that's a great point great so like we start with the main idea we start fine tuning it What's next so. I think that it's important to remember throughout to keep it simple. That's something that's really important a lot of times like you mentioned people get into this and they're trying to throw around all these buzzwords flashy terms and at its heart. Your communications should be simple. Someone needs to be able to remember what you said As a matter of fact you said it several times in your book. Call your grandma and tell her. Tell her what you just wrote down. Give her your elevator pitch. And if grandma can't understand you need to go back to back to to the editing table again now so you want to do your research though once you have that main idea do your research and see what other people are saying about that same topic see what your competitors are saying. See what people are saying about similar products. If you're if you're the first or a new type of brand. What are people saying about similar products from there. You can find your unique value proposition from there. You can find those words that not everybody else's using and from there you can see what other people are saying that maybe it's confusing the conversation and you can cut through that clutter. You can fix it while you're building your on staff. Yep that's the else's communication problems and be the solution to it.

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Daisy Christodoulou's Teachers vs. Tech: A Book Review

Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Daisy Christodoulou's Teachers vs. Tech: A Book Review

"Organized this time and we did some recording off alba crabs. So what you're gonna. Fistful is an overview of this book by our lovely doctor judith. Name she's looking at the usa technology within education. She starts off by looking at how we learn so is a strong focus on the the. She calls it the science learning to start with so cognitive science in order to probably to understand how technology can support that learning. So she's fundamentally she's got this how we learn as the foundation of all and then she looks at various aspects of of Technology jay and this the second chapter is she talks about personalized learning and how what personalized learning means and an how realistic it is and she looks at things. Like smart devices says well on on how we we use. Small device says Within education and there is a sort of message that came across to me the technology. And you probably wouldn't be surprised that technology has potential within education. But it doesn't live up to the promise so fall of water offers that we've constantly been offered certain amounts of promise so she uses the example. She uses clinton a an easy example of interactive whiteboards. And says you know these. These was huge investments. And they were going to be the next wonderful thing and it didn't come off and she sorta looks at that. So it's i found an interesting look. made me think about technology and how we use technology okay. So we've got a bit of an overview there and sort of angle that daisy christie has taken with this burke. You've already given us a little bit of an insight. Tom but what were you kind of top takeaway as or what was your kind of instinct to feeling. After you've finished reading this book. I remember being quite infused by i was. I felt that. Obviously it's a very very topical question at the moment. The question of education technology. It's been topical for awhile. It's suddenly became relevant to absolutely everybody. Once we went in went into covid nineteen lockdown and to some extent. I suppose the the tech jeannie has been popped out of the bottle very very quickly. You know we've all ended up having to do some sort of online teaching the question's been hanging over the education world for years and years now you know. To what extent can we or should we as teachers replace. Bits of what we do with technology and you have some people who are very very pro technology. You know we'll we'll tend to use it if it's there perhaps a little be uncritically. You get some people of course in the other way you get people basically saying i'm not having any devices i in my room. Thank you very much. And i think my initial concerns were that coming from an author who is very much seen as on the traditional stand of things and spent a whole chapter seven myths kind of trying to explode this myth that teaches all. Believe that the kids. Just googling things now and can get on with having loads of fun instead of learning facts and all of that that we were going to get something very antitax ashley. Although i knew she was running attack company i thought we were going to get you know whole chapters away we we should be not touching devices that kind of thing so i think the two things i liked the most on a sort of broad brush basis with fat that she is balanced in setting out these arguments. She does kind of you know. Try to lay out her own biases and things. Like that. And i also felt that her has summaries although i do i always twitch when people reducing down to little summaries inboxes. The summaries were pretty good and pretty balanced. Actually if you are in such a hurry that you toady mortar reader. Relatively short chapter yes with my to at the end of each chapter she crunched everything dominant inside the size into into a summary. Which we're gonna use throughout this episode just as talking points and again you nine go and delve a bit deeper into that chapter. He wants to read a little bit more.

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HIV Under the Microscope

The Naked Scientists

05:20 min | 1 year ago

HIV Under the Microscope

"I this week there was cause for celebration as a covid. Vaccine became a regulator approved reality in the uk. All the time we've been waiting and hoping for the day when the searchlights of science would pick out invisible enemy. Give the pala to stop the enemy from making us ill. And now the scientists have done it and they used the virus itself to perform a kind of biological jujitsu and in fact because of that jujitsu the uk has become the focus of world media attention as the first western nation to formally approve corona virus vaccine for public use. Nevertheless some are questioning. Why britain's been able to move so fast according to the uk education secretary govern williamson. Speaking to see it's because we live in great britain. I just reckon we've got the very best people in this country and we've obviously got the best medical regulators much better than were french. Arab muslim belgians have much better than me americans. That doesn't surprise me at all because we're much better country than every single was okay but if that is actually true then what is that. We're better at in reality. The buck stops with a body called the nhra there. The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency and down to them. That we've been able to approve sizes new coronavirus vaccine in record time and to explain what's involved what gaps still remain in our knowledge. And what is happening with the other major vaccine contender. The one being made by astrazeneca. His gino martini from the royal pharmaceutical society. Any new medicine has to be reviewed and tested the mitchell ray. The job is to inspect review. The data that's being generated so foams physical companies have to pay the testing. We'll clinical trials. Testing will phase one face to face free with effectively. The the medicine in this case. The vaccine is tested in human volunteers and subjects which representative while the population people. You're gonna begin the vaccine to create these clinical trials. The data's collected and the whole basis have put together a dossier and that's been reviewed by the shaarei in this case. What is the damage of being working in real time with manufacturers review the data in real time so that's why we've been able to get an accelerated. Is it as simple as that. Because what some people. Think quite legitimately appointing out is that normally. It takes ten years to make a drug or vaccine and get that to market. Which means by the time it gets there. You've got ten years in some cases of follow up from the first time a person was exposed to that drug to the time at which you begin to marketed. Here we've got ten months so we don't have that long term insight true. What's happening here. Is that the nhra actively viewing people being executed. So there's already assistant quotes called surveillance. And so they'll be muller shaking people. Boxing aged just in case there are any adverse events alba to understand. The nhra is a very very good regulatory agency. Got great expertise in looking out biological jokes. Vaccines whom the signing. What data is needed sensual. Quality and safety and of course efficacy. Interestingly though the nhra have approved this agent for uk use but the the european counterpart for the hr a have not approved this more. Broadly across the rest of the eu and other countries in the eu. Haven't done what the uk's done. So why have we got that difference. And if it's good enough for us why is it not good enough for the rest of europe. But these things do happen. I mean differences do occur in interpretation with with data particularly when you have those as just the s but again a while alluded to before is immature About could lead robertson so a lead coordinates when they were part of the mea for all the you took applications like said sixty percent of new medicines being less than ten years or so the amateur were coordination. I got great experience in this kind of area and a great network of keeping lead his experts. Who can give council on this data so you know. I'm i'm fairly confidence. That amateur are happy. With the safety and efficacy and quality than out of oxygen. There are some gaps in our understanding and in the data we've had generated so far though. Aren't there for instance. No one under eighteen has had the agent tried on them so they won't be being vaccinated pregnant women. Currently there regarded as a risk group. But they've not been included intentionally in the charles. They've been actually excluded from the trials. So how we gonna deal with the fact that there are these individuals or groups in the population that haven't been actively explored as time evolves. They will obviously investigate. Those subjects will be evolving. The plan with the mitchell ray in finding house was the best way to include those people.

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Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

"Yeah single arena. It's about decentralized ownership and control democratic access to a anson robotics is about. How do we make i interface with people in a compassionate loving way which both deliver immediate value to humans like if you rollout compassionate loving robots in metal alba character education context and it can help the the better suck in human culture and human values because it's interacting with with with people in the really direct way now the the core pursuit of agi itself. I've been pursuing for many years. Through project open cog which is an open source general intelligence platform. And we're we're now building. A brand new version of open cog called hyper on. And we're actually. We're spinning off a separate company. From singularity net cog true which is basically building commercial. Applications on top of the new open cog system now. But but it all connects right. Because the the the agi systems true gi will build using open cargo hyperion. I mean these use singularity net as a decentralized platform and they can supply intelligence among other applications to hanson robots into our joint with hansen robot. So many you have you know. We have a whole ecosystem which is dominated by by big tech companies. But we're sort of looking at making a in a way a parallel a ecosystem which is based on a decentralized networks and which also is using a broader variety of of algorithms than big tech companies are currently focusing because i mean deep. Neural nets are great. I was teaching deep neural nets and then in the nineties him as a spare time. Weekend musician having a huge amount of fun would like seek to see controlling their own models for music prediction and so forth. So it's it's very cool. What these neural nets can do on the other hand. I think the only doing a small fraction of what you need for human level general intelligence so with both open cog and trade gye singularity net and answering robots. We're looking connecting together multiple processes. Some doing neuro met some doing budget go reasoning. Some are doing evolutionary learning. They're doing many different algorithms in there. They're cooperating together deal. The sort of emerging intelligence. I'm not. I think. I think that's going to be critical during during the next phase. I we've had a boom with diener for certain narrow. Ai applications and the next boom which i have referred to his agi artificial gerald revolution like that they i revolution i think is gonna be driven by synergetic combinations of a number of different technologies working together and then there's various methods of doing the combination right now open cog one way of doing combination singularity nets and other so it's a lot of stuff going on absolutely okay so a couple of different things This a little bit. So i think for the listeners. Singularity net is a way for any type of intelligent systems to interact with each other. Is that correct. The singular basically like a a at a sir is a sir in. Ai solution as a service so that others can honestly singularity by orientation is about a by software architecture. It's just a way of taking docker containers. Running compute prophecies that have published their api's and allowing these these computing prostheses to pay each other rate each other exchange data give answers and outsource outsource work to each other. Some a customer needs something known. Say documents summarized they asked. They put a request out in the decentralized network. Who can summarize documents right then. Ten agents keke. I can summarize documents than they negotiate define which one they worked to pay summariser documents. The documents summarising agent may do the work itself or it may to some extent. Say well wait. This document hasn't images who can summarize images and we'll send out a request to a bunch of of other agents network that can summarize images but then you need you need payment systems in here. You need reputation rating systems. He needs security. And you can have collections of agents that habitually work together to deliver certain functions in some that only live on the back end and do medical in something and don't ever talk to to

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Perez Hilton Confesses He Hooked Up With John Mayer

Daily Pop

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Perez Hilton Confesses He Hooked Up With John Mayer

"After years of slamming celebrities, Perez Hilton says he has some serious regrets, but he's also up a ton of new trouble. No surprise in his new memoir my life and scandal says he regrets hurting so many people with his website but that's not stopping him from making new planes about celebrities according to page six who got an early look at the book Peres writes about his on and off friendship with Lady Gaga he accuses her of using him to get back at her caters. He says God I didn't ask him to write nasty things about people but quote by moaning to me she made me feel like, i. her best friend. Should do something about it. He also says they stopped talking after an interview he did with her in two thousand eleven and eventually Gago called him a creepy stalker. It's good. All right and that is not all Peres also talks about hooking up with John Mayer in a tooth out in in in two thousand seven in a club. So that was for you years. Later, John did. Admit to kissing Peres during an interview with playboy, we reached out to John and dog for comment but have not heard that that was a lot to unpack you lots of reading. Let me ask you this. Do you think for as truly regret saying that things that he did. Are you man, you're the only person who has not made. This. Point by the way I, don't understand how this man is literally like every gender and I could make one small suggests into Bob Saggy. He's not interested in I said, okay. Well, that's cool. Now pissed about it it's ridiculous. And now it's too late. He'll go anywhere at anytime but unfortunately, not for you Morgan Stewart's. Because taken off the market. Will now I'm very now there's two of US know literally. I feel bad for them because I feel like Mario is one person. He's very nice. He's very you know deep and I think Perez Hilton is a second person and I think what happens is Press Hilton started this website and started getting all this attention for all the nasty things that he said about celebrities and I think what happened after that was all these other websites you know started popping up and he Created the genre. People would be able to forgive them but they wouldn't be able to forgive them because he kinda was the birthplace of this nasty snotty as a situation

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Eye Contact (MM #3484)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Eye Contact (MM #3484)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I saw a celebrity news item the other day that I just shook my head actress Jessica. Alba was talking about the fact that when she was on with the Hills 90210 back in the early nineties mid-nineties. She was on just starting out in her career and was on as a kind of a guest actress for a couple of episodes and was instructed not to make eye contact with any of the Stars either behind the scenes are while on camera earlier this year. We heard all about the backstage world of the Ellen DeGeneres television show where people aren't allowed to make eye contact with her either and I just kind of shake my head. I've actually heard that through the country music off for a couple of artists. I won't name them cuz they're still going strong and I don't know if it's actually true but they've said you weren't supposed to make eye contact with them backstage unless you were told to it's just kind of sad to me I contact is very important. Let them know you respect them. You acknowledge them and you can make eye contact without going any further. It's kind of a sign respect released. I think it is but I think we're going to see more and more of those about Bad actors if you will about bad celebrities because right now that's the world we're living in bath.

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Eye Contact (MM #3484)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Eye Contact (MM #3484)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I saw a celebrity news item the other day that I just shook my head actress Jessica. Alba was talking about the fact that when she was on with the Hills 90210 back in the early nineties mid-nineties. She was on just starting out in her career and was on as a kind of a guest actress for a couple of episodes and was instructed not to make eye contact with any of the Stars either behind the scenes are while on camera earlier this year. We heard all about the backstage world of the Ellen DeGeneres television show where people aren't allowed to make eye contact with her either and I just kind of shake my head. I've actually heard that through the country music off for a couple of artists. I won't name them cuz they're still going strong and I don't know if it's actually true but they've said you weren't supposed to make eye contact with them backstage unless you were told to it's just kind of sad to me I contact is very important. Let them know you respect them. You acknowledge them and you can make eye contact without going any further. It's kind of a sign respect released. I think it is but I think we're going to see more and more of those about Bad actors if you will about bad celebrities because right now that's the world we're living in bath.

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Image Bearers of God (Genesis 1:26-28)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:39 min | 1 year ago

Image Bearers of God (Genesis 1:26-28)

"Genesis Chapter One, versus Twenty Six through twenty eight. then. God said, let us make man in our image after our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the scene over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth? So God created man in his own image in the image of God He created him. Male and female he created them. And God bless them. And God said to them be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it. And Have Dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth. these verses are. Breathtaking awe inducing. humbling. Sobering encouraging just think God is created a you. And me in his image. What does that mean you and are created in a sense like God? Obviously, we are not God we are not little gods, but we are created. In such a way that we have the capacity to relate to God. To, be in relationship with God in a way that trees and. Oceans and mountains and animals cannot you and I are created uniquely in God's image with the capacity to know him. Enjoy him relate to him, walk with him, worship him and end this, and it's not just you and me it's every single person created with equal dignity. With. Equal beauty in this way in the image of God. Oh, there's so much that flows from this but as we think about presidential election and all of the discussions and debates about and from political candidates and parties. There is a tendency. To miss this reality and to speak about others to think about others to relate to others in ways that betray this glorious reality from the very beginning, and we are compelled by these verses to treat all people think about all people speak to all people about all people with dignity. Image bearers of God. So pray for that. Even as we think about all the personalities in this election, as we think about leaders of different parties. As, we think about other people around us who we know who may have different opinions or convictions than us. Even non-believing friends family members co workers whose ideas are totally contrary to God's word who aren't even thinking through. Your word who are. Actively. Rebelling against you God. We pray that is we think about every Hurson, every hearse analogy around us who we know we don't know who we see on the news we see reporting the news help us to see everyone. As. wonderfully created in your image and to honor just like I peter chapter two verse, Seventeen says to honor everyone. and. Got We pray for that across our country Alba's to honor people with equal dignity. And all that. That means God please help us. In this way we pray for political candidates to honor all people with dignity as image bearers of God for Party leaders. In God we pray for this and the church even just so. God over how even in the church during these days, there can be such divisions speaking. Talking to about people in ways that don't celebrate the beauty of what it means for each other remade in your image. God help us to honor everyone around us and the process to point them to you as their Creator to point people to you as their designer to point people to you is the one who has made them to enjoy you and walk with you and worship you gotta repay. You'd help us to love an honor people well as we point them to you as the one who has made them wonderfully got a repay for this in our hearts and we pray for this in the hearts of people around us Oh God. We pray for this in each one of our hearts help us to live and perceive everybody we see in view of Genesis, chapter one versus Twenty Six through twenty eight. In. Jesus name we, pray. Amen

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Abba to release five new songs in 2021 as reunion is delayed by pandemic

Colleen and Bradley

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Abba to release five new songs in 2021 as reunion is delayed by pandemic

"To release five new songs this year, but now it's been delayed to 2021. Everything was going to say, join the club, but wanted to remind you guys that Alba is going to be releasing new music. It's been over 26 years since ABBA released any new tracks, So that's very exciting, right? That's very exciting, very exactly will look forward to it very If you change your mind, I'm first in line to three. Give me that music. You know we're gonna

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Why Learning to Say "No" Will Accelerate Your Success

Marketing School

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Why Learning to Say "No" Will Accelerate Your Success

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about why learning to say no will accelerate your success. Let's reframe this real quick and early days Neil when you're starting out as an entrepreneur. You would always look at the newest opportunities. And what would you do about those opportunities? I always said not always what most cases I said. Yes, and that's what ended up causing me to do one too many things derailing my focus and funny enough 'cause less success over time I think what Neil's also saying is a lot of us become more and more successful. You're going to have more and more opportunities coming your way, and you can either accept the fact that you're. You're drowning in opportunity, or you can do something about it and say no more and funny enough Steve Jobs said this in the past. He says what's really lead to apple. Success was the ability to say no. They said no way more things than they said yes to. And when he first came back to apple after he was fired, he shut down many different product lines, and that's just the basis of it. It's really saying no all the opportunities that you're drowning in. When you say no, and you end up focusing on the stuff that really matters. That's when you double down I was once talking to entrepreneur name Brian Lee, and he created a company called shootout with Kim Kardashian before that was legalzoom, and the most recent one was honest company with Jessica Alba. And I remember years and years ago I. Don't know Bryan while at all I. don't even know him really by interviewed him for my blog years and years ago, and he mentioned one thing that really resonated with me, and he said you need to have super laser focus only tried to do one thing at a time and the moment your growth slows down and you can't get it to keep growing. That's when you expand until then you just stick with what you're doing. Yeah more Buffett and Bill Gates when they first met I believe this is a story, or this wasn't when they first met someone albums. Like what's the secret to your success? They both wrote down one word on a piece of paper and flip it over, and they said focus was the main obey. And the other thing to do just to give more examples. You look at Zillow. You look at glass door. You look at all those companies it's who's the one guy that started all those companies again rich partner. Expedia, glass, door and Zillow, yeah, but he focused on each one. He didn't try to do all of them. At the same time, he took the domain expertise that he had is like I. Know How to build a two sided marketplace. I know how to take advantage of Joe I know that there is a gap in the marketplace attack that so he used the same thesis three times, but he didn't try to do them all at the same time and I can tell you. These guys are older and more experienced than I. can say Neal My. We're getting older. We're not up there yet with them. We don't have the. The experience that they have yet, but I can tell you as Neela I've gotten older. We've gotten better at saying. No, I'll say better than before, but still trying to get better at it. It's hard because we all have the shiny. Object Syndrome. And when you learn to say no, it'll make you really understand what you should be focusing on. Because there's so many opportunities out there. In many cases, we missed the ones that are the best ones because we say. Yes, to so many that we don't spend enough time uncovering the true potential of anyone, business or anyone, strategy or anyone concept, and the same goes with your marketing. Even in the air. Can I talk Omni Channel? Yes, you should go omni channel, but focus on one or two marketing tactics out once doom, really well before you expand into all in because there's not enough time in the day to do everything perfectly well, unless you have a massive team, the other thing is I would google the T. sheets, marketer, and really understand as a marketer that you should try to go deep on one. One thing and then you try to expand and get a little more breadth, but the depth is what you really want to folks when people talk about what Neal's known for Seo or what I'm doing for I think largely people was. This is weird, sometimes WANNA go speak at a conference. They don't know what to call way, so they called me an seo extraordinary and I don't know where the hell they got that from. The same problem yeah. Seo Eric. All right. Put into this box, but I guess that's what we know and Belize pisses me off sometimes when I'm lying. Put into a box, but you have to be okay with that because you try to be everything being nothing

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ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

"Alba wants. Faa to enact Kovic Rules Alpa of course is the Airline Pilots Association. He and Max t we've seen that Alba's got some thoughts on compliance to CDC recommendations. I think last week we talked about one of the first airlines to announce their mask rule for passengers. And I think a lot of other airlines fell in quickly behind that and I thought this was a really interesting point. Alpa is making which is at right. Now there's kind of a patchwork of processes used by different airlines. And if you think about it you might be changing aircraft one airplane. You have to wear a mask another. You don't want airport. You have to wear it from the time you enter the building of the report. You don't. These are the kinds of inconsistencies Breakdown you know the safety procedures that we have and so they're just saying let's make this all uniform and to me. That makes a heck of a lot of sense They mentioned by the way that Air Canada's going to start checking all passenger temperatures starting may fifteenth. I'm not sure what kind of devices are going to use for that. But I guess that makes sense. Yeah absolutely David you might have some thoughts on Having consistency in terms of safety requirements across airlines. You think or. Do you think this the airlines should each decide on their own. What they think is most appropriate. Well you know I wouldn't be called renegade aviator if I didn't Throw a little bit of A matchstick on the fire here. Once in a while I do believe in standardization. However the airline business is a business and These co vid roles restrictions. Whatever you WANNA call them. They're all over the ballpark and they're going to continue to be that way. What I'd like to say. And I think the quickest way to bring back the passengers is to let the free market decide

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"alba" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"alba" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"I like to tell people I all I have to survival as an acronym. So I the first three are big so size at the situation. Undue haste makes waste remember where you are Bank restraint panic improvise value living act, like the natives learn the basic skills. All right. So that the first two, you know, size at the situation and east makes waste, you know, really think about what you're doing before you because you don't wanna get yourself into into a worse situation that you're already in. But so. You know? And then the situation from there is gonna have to dictate. I mean, you said high altitude, you know, size situation could be, you know, stabbing foraging policing up whatever I can to make me in whoever's with me more comfortable because think immediate survival, right? So that's warm me survive if we're high out up to and it's nice. Immediate first. And then and then you start thinking a little long-term like, hey, man. We get have to get water in order to get water. We have to build heat. But you know, there has to be source, plus he could keep us alive. But the list goes on and on and on like that. But. You think immediate without being hasty boy survival situation make bad decisions because they're doing right now. You know, they're they're not they're not thinking through. They're not building ven diagram in their head. Sorry. I don't mean to laugh, but this is so smart. It's funny because you know, everyone reacts differently in those situations. And I know it's it's quite unrealistic. But I guess there was a movie recently with that girl from tightening in it. So that that sort of triggered a whole barrage of questions about worries I guess in the movie that she crashes in the mountains with a handsome, man. So she's got going for her. I ever saw that. I think as Alba in Alba who such talented actor. But anyhow, that's what really prompted this. We have questions. And I thought when we had the opportunity to have you on. We'd ask you since you're such a renowned expert in the field. So I'm sure might seem a little bit silly for you. And I think listeners understand it's unlikely that a plane crash out tents, but still better to know. They're not no, right and basic, skills, apply everywhere. So. I talked all the time..

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