35 Burst results for "Andreas"
The Secret to Donald Trump's Success
"That. There is a blob. And one thing I love about never given inch is that you weave the ultimate message is beware of the Chinese Communist Party as our enemy. That's number one, take away. Number two is Iran's right behind them and Putin is a wolf, but behind this all is the blob, the Washington D.C. blob, and you recount a story of an interview with Andrea Mitchell. And I've known Andrea for a long time, where he said mister secretary, I'm wondering he said, Andrea, you're not wondering. And I love that. And now that it may be the secret to Donald Trump's success with America, is they know there's a D.C. and they know there's a rest of the country. And everyone in D.C. is either with D.C. or they're with the rest of the country. Is my diagnosis correct, mister secretary? Yes, I think you're right. They can say now that there's this bigger space, there's 75 million people, even in this last election who voted against this Washington blob that you referred to, the book talks about this establishment, how it interacted with our administration. I haven't known Andrew Mitchell for a long time. But she was just sitting in a State Department that day. And I write about this. She says, miss secretary, I'm wondering, and that kind of sarcastic wondering, she wasn't wondering, she didn't even need to finish her sentence. She wasn't wondering she was trying to bang away to create space between myself and president Trump. And I wasn't going to let that happen. And so I had a little fun that day too.
How Democrats Have Responded to Other Attacks on the Capitol
"But I want to remind you as they talk about this today endlessly That there have been other attacks on the capitol building and what the Democrats did about it Our friends at American spectator wrote about this not too long ago And I've talked about it before in 1978 Jimmy Carter commuted the sentence of Andreas figueroa cordes a Puerto Rican communist Who participated in a shoot up of the well of the House of Representatives From the visitors galley He did it He said on humanitarian grounds given that the man's terminal cancer diagnosis the next year Carter took the unpardonable step of pardoning court as his three comrades In that 1954 action that wounded 5 congressmen they shot 5 congressmen From the gallery and Carter Carter pardoned the three that were still alive and commuted the sentence of the ringleader That's how much they care About protecting the capitol building on the last day of his presidency Bill Clinton granted a full pardon to Susan Rosenberg who was she 16 years into a 58 year sentence for possession of guns in over 700 pounds of explosives Did that happen on January 6th I remember the weather underground in numerous of its succeeding splinter groups Rosenberg allegedly participated in the 1983 bombing of the U.S. capitol as a member of something calling itself the armed resistance unit
Zeke Emanuel: Bring Back the Masks
"Zeke Emanuel remember Zeke Yeah he's a real anyway on MSNBC yesterday about China and the travel ban yet China's about to spread this pandemic a second time I know what communist China is doing everybody does Cut 17 go What measures do you think we should be taking against China And that is a fool that should have been retired a long time ago Andrea Mitchell Absolute clown Start from the top please go What measures do you think we should be taking against China Travel ban a negative test result What is it Is an effective way A travel ban isn't going to end the negative test results are just going to their delaying tactics They're trying to get us information They're not going to help Individually for your viewers Andrea the best thing they can do at the moment And I know a lot of them are resistant is masks N95 really high quality How many more times do we need scientists real scientists Real experts Surveys even now out of the government Let's say masks don't do anything How many more times ladies and gentlemen
Malaysian Investors take part in Indonesia Investment Forum in Penang
"9 p.m. Friday December 2nd, 2022. Malaysian investors take part in Indonesia investment forum in Penang. Penang, Malaysia, December 2nd, 2022 ACN newswire, a total of 95 Malaysian investors took part in the Indonesia investment forum, which was organized by the ministry of investment investment coordinating board bkm of republic of Indonesia and the consulate general of the republic of Indonesia KGR I Penang in Penang, Malaysia, Tuesday. Promotion director for Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific region of the ministry of investment investment coordinating agency bkm sir rivia sion. Sid quote the ministry together with the Indonesian consulate general in Penang received information that many potential investors in Malaysia were interested in investing in Indonesia, particularly in medan, north Sumatra, and in Indonesia passed new capital city Ike N quote therefore, we have come here to directly meet and talk to the investors about the potentials. Malaysia is among the top ten investors in Indonesia, with investment over the last 5 years, two zero one 7 two zero two one reaching U.S. 6.76 billion was chosen as the location for the event because the city is a manufacturing hub in Malaysia, hosting excellence in industry 4.0 through which it is expected to increase awareness and interest of Malaysian investors in investment opportunities in Indonesia, Malaysia is one of the biggest investors in Indonesia, mostly in Sumatra. And we hope the investment can be expanded in other locations, especially in Ikea and consul general of the republic of Indonesia in Penang, bambang suharto added, is home to 300 MNC's multinational corporations and 3000 SME small medium enterprises as various similarities and closeness with Indonesia, namely the geography. Community diversity and culture Indonesia, as predicted by the OECD organization for economic cooperation and development will be the 5th. Largest economy in the world by 2045, and offers great opportunities to Malaysian investors to invest in Indonesia and grow together with Indonesia. The event also presented a number of notable speakers, including assistant deputy for investment acceleration strategy and policy at the coordinating ministry for maritime affairs and investment. Ferry our bar pissarro head of the Indonesian investment promotion center in Singapore Andrea buchar tandem industrial estate business. Director sought Francis wye OCA and the medan industrial park development and operations director, M height of ten Gale, ministry of investment BK p.m. investment coordinating agency email info BK p.m. dot gov, I de copyright 2022 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
Haaland sends Man City top with late winner against Fulham
"Erling Haaland returned from a two game absence to score an injury time penalty giving ten man Manchester City a two one win against Fulham Holland entered the game as a sub in the 64th minute and scored on a header before the goal was ruled offside by VAR He received another chance when Anthony Robinson hauled down Kevin De Bruyne in the box Julian Alvarez opened the scoring for city in the 17th minute but a red card left Manchester with ten men Andreas Pereira's penalty leveled the score in the 28th minute City leads the table by one point over arsenal which plays on Sunday I'm Dave fairy
Caller Vocalizes Their Right to Ask Questions About Elections
"I agree with everything you said about the elections I've been watching them since 1976. The day the night of the election when they shut down in Atlanta and they sat down in Pennsylvania and a lot of my talk at night our time. I knew there was something wrong. But I have a right to feel that way. I have a right and I'm so sick and I'm so fed up with this empty suit of a president telling me I'm a semi fascist. I am a middle aged soon to be older, woman who's just trying to do right. Right. And she writes in this world. And I am so set up with the gaslighting. I'm so set up with January 6th. I think it was Andrea Mitchell. I think maybe last Sunday, I saw snippets goes on CSN BC, watch this quote. Well, this talk Pelosi thing happened because of January 6th. Oh my God, you guys grow up. Do you remember what happened the summer of 2020? Do you know what they did to our city in Minneapolis? I won't go in Minneapolis anymore. I used to work there. I am career there. I was there all the time. I won't step foot in it. And I tell everybody not to go there. And then a woman who is going to do a convention there. I don't go to Minneapolis. Right. Hey, Julie, can I say something about what you pointed out about Andrea Mitchell trying to connect the Pelosi attack to January 6th? Forget Andrea Mitchell. You know who did it last night? Joe Biden. The president of the United States. It's hard. What about connecting January 6th to the summer of 2020? Doesn't anybody understand that maybe those people who were in D.C. were so frustrated watching what happened in Minneapolis and in DCD for that and in Portland and in Seattle and nobody talks about that. What about how they must have been feeling? Watching this happen to our country and our quote great leaders who love to gaslight us. And yet everything's about January 6th.
"andreas" Discussed on The Decrypt Daily: Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News Podcast
"Halloween to everybody. I hope you have a great day. Hope you have fun going door to door over here in bay village, Ohio. We put our fire pits in our driveway. We light the fire. We have a big thing of candy. Kids come around, take the candy, this is how Halloween works. I'm not telling you anything you don't know. And of course, there's the mom and or dad in tow with a wine tumbler, a beer and a beer koozie, and it's a great time for all. Anyway, I saw a tweet from my homies over there altcoin daily, and they tweeted an old 2015 Andreas antonopoulos speech or statement on how the government or any government could take over Bitcoin. Let me spoil it for you really quick. They can't, but just by listening to him say this just shows you how good of an educator and orator, how much he understands Bitcoin and how much I still want you to go out and buy mastering Bitcoin or go through and down the rabbit hole on YouTube and listen to everything that guy has said about cryptocurrencies the space, Bitcoin, governments, money, and so on and so forth. It is an amazing journey and I just can't say or speak high enough of his education and knowledge about this topic. Anyway, I apologize in advance because the volume is a little bit low on this. I tried my best. But have a listen. Just a quick follow-up on that. Do you have any concerns about a large nation state that has interest in just actively destroying Bitcoin? To make their own super rigs and design chips and just throw hundreds of millions or billions of dollars to intentionally disrupt the blockchain. Yeah, I don't worry about that at all. This can not be done with Bitcoin anymore. This is something that can only be done with nascent altcoins. Bitcoin has achieved a level of computing that no single nation state can overthrow it through computation alone. The effort to do so would require a massive covert operation of chip fabrication, then the coordinated assault that would give them dominance over the next block for ten minutes. Until we kick those bastards off the network, rework the protocol around them, they would be revealed. They would have lost a $1 billion doing this, and all they got to do was one double spend. Now, here's the thing, long before we get to that point, they figure out that if they just let this stuff run, they can actually get some Bitcoin. As a reward, because the incentive structure actually works. And so I'm not worried about that. And a lot of people are watching the blockchain. And as I said before, what are they going to do? So they take over, and they fork the blockchain, and they go. Somewhere. They've created an alternative blockchain. Great. What are we going to do? Who's going to join the NSA blockchain? Anybody want to jump on fedcoin? So we're all going to stay on the old fork. Difficulty will go down. It will get more profitable for the miners who stayed behind. And we'll carry on with our coin, and they can go mine whatever the hell they want on their alternative blockchain. They achieve nothing. They can't make protocol changes, because as I said, 5 constituencies in consensus. And it would take a $1 billion to pull the most ridiculous Keystone cops failure in history. Plus, this would actually require
Katie Hobbs Will Not Debate Kari Lake in a 'Spectacle'
"Arizona Democrat Katie Hobbs is going to sit down with PBS for 30 minutes, but won't debate Carrie Lake. Here's cut number one, listen to Andrea Mitchell over at MSNBC asking Katie Hobbs why you're not willing to debate your opponent. You have refused to take part in the loan debate with Carrie lay, giving her 30 minutes to present her ideas without any pushback. You said you don't want to participate in a spectacle. But how is it productive to give her a platform where she will not be challenged? Well, I think you said it yourself in the intro that all three top Republicans are election deniers. How do you debate someone who refuses to accept the truth who doesn't live in facts? And it doesn't do any service to the voters in terms of deciding looking at the contrast between us and how we're going to govern if all she's going to do is shout over me interrupt me and spew lies. And in fact, PBS is also giving me the same format that Carrie Lake has, so she certainly will not go unanswered. We've looked for opportunities for formats where I can talk directly to voters. They can hear directly from me without the spectacle that Carrie Lake is going to create. And we're going to have the same opportunity here that she is as well.
"andreas" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Dot com in the show notes bad code IN slash two four four for all the links. Thanks again Andreas. Thank you so much, Joel. Thank you. I don't know about you, Travis, but I don't even smoke cigarettes, but that was so good. I feel like I need a cigarette right now. You know, actually, it was, it was amazing. I think we should transcribe this one and turn this into, you know, a downloadable thing or have the whole transcription be available on the show notes or something. Because, I mean, he just dropped so many nuggets, and that's basically what he does, man. We saw him at east Denver. He went up on stage for like 45 minutes, no slides. He just wouldn't talk about the unstoppable code of blockchain. And just off the cuff, unbelievable, very eloquent, very succinct, you know? I really enjoyed it. And then afterwards, you know, his name is Andreas M antonopoulos, his initials are AMA. And so after his after his presentation, he basically said, okay, now ask me anything and then there was a bunch of people in line and wow, he answered questions like all night. It was crazy. He reminds me he reminds me of like, he's like, in a way, he reminds me of how GaryVee does his presentations. He'll do his presentations, he'll go off the cuff. And then he'll just anybody can ask questions to him after his presentation, right? So in that regard, very similar. Andreas is not as boisterous or as loud, but oh my God, Andreas is one of the great thinkers of our time and certainly one of the great thinkers in this space. Yeah, he totally freestyled that whole presentation and the Q&A. He's like, he's like the rapper of the crypto world without rhymes. I mean, he just drops it like it's hot. That was like a girly little giggle you did there. Well, I was taking a drink at the same time, so I didn't want to skew over my nickel. I know, but it was sweet, mister Travis. Yeah, as I dribble Coca-Cola down my cheek. Hey, make sure you pass this episode on to some Friends. I think that this would be a great introduction for a lot of people because he does, even though he talks highly technical, he is kind of like crypto for every person, right? He just makes it simple to understand. That's his mission. His mission is to help the newbies understand the cryptos. And what was great was I think mister Joel Kahn had to head to bail whenever we had a conversation with him and then he had to go do another interview or another he had another meeting or something. So I got to chat with him for another 15 minutes afterwards. It was just him and I and there was just phenomenal. The dude, his mission is clearly to help mass adoption to help the noobs understand the cryptos.
"andreas" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Not the zero sum idea that they're competing for some fixed sized pie, and then we need to look at the market dominance of one versus the other. That's bullshit. At any moment when this system grows, what we see is that the pie can quadruple and quintuple in a matter of months. And not just that, but we're going to see that happening again. In terms of the global financial system, crypto is an infinitesimal curiosity right now. And what it means to be successful is to deliver capabilities that empower and free people around the world who currently don't have opportunities and don't have choices. That's billions of people, by the way. And, you know, in that from that perspective, I don't see these systems as competing. A lot of people were like, oh no, Ethereum wins by beating Bitcoin, or Bitcoin wins, if only everybody abandons all the other altcoins and we get a maximalist position. To me, there will always be a plethora of different options and opinions as to how to proceed. These will coexist not all of them will be viable, not all of them will be interesting, not all of them will be financially successful, but they'll still exist. And that's not because I wanted to be so, or because I'm guiding it in that direction, I'm simply calling it, right? That's how it's going to be. And I think the evidence over the last, I started saying that I started talking about a multi currency future when we have hundreds of thousands of different platforms, tokens, currencies, reward points, and things like that. I call that in 2013 before the concept of maximalism even existed. And if anything, the evidence is more clear now than it was then. I think this is one of the reasons people really respect you because you almost have this elder statesman approach to explaining Bitcoin. You just chill about it. It's not us versus them type thing. You don't, you're not prone to hysteria. You know, about anything that's going on in the Bitcoin news, which is stable. You're kind of like the stablecoin of the Bitcoin world Andreas. What do you think about stablecoins? Let's talk about those a little bit.
"andreas" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Supporting our sponsors, at least go check out what they're doing because they help make this show possible. Okay, Andreas ensemble is in the house. And without another breath from me, here's the interview. Okay, one more breath. We're super excited
"andreas" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"When you think of blockchain and Bitcoin evangelists, there is one name that seems to come up again and again in terms of the guy that's so many people have learned from and that is Andreas antonopoulos, the dude is Bitcoin passion on legs. He really is and he's an interesting character as well because he seems so stoic and expressionless, but he is one of the smartest dudes when it comes down to what it is. And I haven't actually heard much of him lately, I hope he's doing okay. And this interview, this interview right here, these always off the top of his dome. He'll do presentations with nothing behind him. He'll just talk and it's amazing and it's something you've never heard before and I really like this guy. And he said a lot of words on episode number 244 this best of bad crypto episode originally aired on February 25th, 2019 that was shortly after eth Denver that year and we think that this is worthy of replay and re listening. We hope that you guys enjoy it. While we're on vacation, we're still here for you. No person has been more requested to be a guest for this show than Andreas antonopoulos. An incredible thinker with a passion for blockchain technology. Andreas has become one of the most trusted names in the industry. And today, we are excited to welcome Andreas to the show to answer a bunch of questions both from us and from you the listeners of the show. It's a jam packed conversation you aren't going to want to miss a beat. In fact, you may want to listen to it twice and pass it on to a friend who doesn't quite yet get blockchain. Saddle up buckaroos, Andreas antonopoulos is in the house for episode number 244 of the bad crypto podcast. Who's that? And this is
Bob Cesca: Lindsey Graham's 15 Week Abortion Ban Is Wrong in Every Way
"Can I just say that tweet, Andrea junker said, I've said it once I will say the thousand times. The treatment for an ectopic pregnancy a septic uterus or a miscarriage that your body won't release is abortion if you can't get those abortions you die. You die. So that's right. For Lindsey Graham or family research council or anybody to say, oh, this is none of this is medically necessary. He was also saying that fetuses feel pain at 15 weeks, which is absolute disinformation, total nonsense, contradicted by all the experts. It's not, I mean, you don't need to be an obstetrician or a fetal biology expert to understand or to go to Google and Google it and find out that fetuses don't really feel pain until the third trimester sometime between 25 and 30 weeks because the pathways aren't fully formed yet. And by the way, in the third trimester, you can't have an abortion unless there or before row was overturned. You couldn't have an abortion unless there was a threat to the life of the mother or some sort of catastrophic medical emergency. So what Lindsey Graham is saying to justify this politically ridiculous plan that he's got to propose this legislation. It's wrong factually. It's wrong politically. It's wrong on every level. And so naturally it's a Republican who's proposing it.
2 decades later, 9/11 self-professed mastermind awaits trial
"Nearly two decades after his capture and Pakistan the self described mastermind of the September 11th terror attacks is still in legal limbo As of the 21st anniversary of the terror attacks Khalid Sheik Muhammad and four other men accused of 9 11 related crimes sit in detention in Guantanamo Bay Their military tribunals constantly postponed the latest a pretrial hearing scheduled for early fall canceled Another disappointment for relatives of the nearly 3000 killed like Eddie Bracken whose sister Lucy fishman died in the twin towers The whole world is looking at us and saying what are they doing after all this time Gordon haberman lost his daughter Andrea and says he hopes to live to see the outcome I have to know I promised her I would follow this through to the end One attorney involved in the case says their attempting to reach an agreement avoiding a trial Julie Walker New York
"andreas" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"By a young muse named Mercedes. Join us all month long for fascinating stories of women who are drivers of creativity, inspiration, and artistic expression. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is where manica. This month we're talking about muses, women who are drivers of creativity and inspiration. Today's mewes was an inspiration to some of Germany's most famous thinkers, including Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud, but she was also an intellectual whose writings on sexual liberation and women's rights paved the way for generations of feminists. Let's talk about Lou Andrea salome. Louise salome was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1861. She was the youngest in the family and the only daughter. Her father, a well-known Russian general, doted on her. After a relationship with a teacher became toxic, he was much older, married, and in love with her. Louise got sick. So her mother sent her to Switzerland to recover. Louise, who now went by Lou enrolled at the university of Zürich, where she studied theology and art history. But despite her academic success, lose health continued to decline. When she started coughing up blood, her mother once again planned to move. This time to a much warmer climate, Rome. In 1882, Lou and her mother arrived in Italy. Rome at the time was a hotbed of intellectuals, filled with Europe's most ambitious writers and thinkers. Lou met philosophers Paul ree and Friedrich Nietzsche and soon, both were in love with her. The three formed a love triangle and even made plans to live together in a commune they called the Trinity. Cohabitation never became a reality, but the trio did leave behind a photograph of Luna carte, brandishing a whip. Nietzsche and ree stand in front, her horses. By 1885, Lou had broken away from both Nietzsche and ree. Nietzsche in particular found inspiration in their breakup. His novel thus spoke zarathustra was directly inspired by Lou. He later wrote, my greatest poem celebrates our union and our tragic separation. By the mid 1880s, lose own writing career had started to blossom. In 1885, she published, I'm kampf ng gut, a novel about a man's destructive effects on three women. The man it seems embodied Nietzsche. Each of the three women represented an element of Lou's personality. The muse have become the artist. In 1887, Lew embarked on another romantic endeavor, marrying Friedrich Carl Andreas, a linguistic scholar. She ended up hyphenating her last name, though she made sure to put her own name last. Andreas, like many of Lou's partners, acted out wildly during their relationship. At one point, he stabbed himself in the chest with a small knife. Within two years they'd separated. Over the next decade, Lou continued to write and publish and love. She wrote about the feminist themes in enrich ibsen's plays and about Nietzsche surprisingly. She had affairs with a doctor from Vienna and a playwright from Germany. In 1898, Lou met the poet Reina Maria rilke. He was 14 years younger than her, and their relationship became one of worship. Lou ultimately was the one who convinced rilke to take the name Reina, the German version of Renee. As a new century dawned, Lou wrote a number of novels and short stories. But she craved a second career. In 1911, she went to an event hosted by the international psychoanalytic association. There, she met Sigmund Freud. By 1913, Liu had started psychoanalyzing herself. Soon, Lou was known and respected as an analyst. Lou died in 1937. For years, her relationships with prominent intellectuals earned her some fame, but it wasn't until recently that her own work reentered the conversation. Today, Lewis remembered as a writer, thinker and an icon of sexual freedom. All month, we've been talking about muses. Join us tomorrow as we start a new month highlighting women of resistance..
Ben Gleib Feels We Could Be Looking at a Blue Tsunami
"I am really hoping and predicting a blue tsunami between roe and everything else. I don't know how you're feeling, but this mainstream media punditry that Republicans have already won the House. I just, I don't buy it. Do you? Well, that's starting to change. No, I don't buy it. That's starting to change even on meet the press yesterday. There's a whole segment that Andrea Mitchell kind of very slowly spoke her way through. Explaining that maybe that's changing. I mean, you're right with row. And now with this and with the Jan 6 hearings, I think the tide is turning. I think it really could be a big blue wave. I think Kansas bodes very well as a bellwether for this. A deep red state that comes out despite so many Republican attempts to skew that vote. It ended up passing the upholding of abortion protections in Kansas. Yes. 60%, and that is after they tried every Republican dirty trick to suppress that vote. So I really probably was 70 or 80%. They were doing robocalls saying that a voting yes means voting no, they were putting out misleading ads on television saying what would happen if this past, they did it on a they did it on the primary ballot instead of doing it on the main ballot because more Republicans turned out because it's a closed primary there. So independence and non affiliated voters can't vote in the primary there. All of those things designed to make Republican turn out more and it still 60% victory for common sense and human rights. I think the Democrats are the parties of common sense and human rights these days. Yeah, the party of. Yeah, absolutely. That's something.
Historian Michael Beschloss Suggests Trump Should Be 'Executed'
"A guy on meet the press, I was able to stomach about 5 minutes of meet the press yesterday, Andrea Mitchell was guest hosting. She's a little more a little less awful than chuck Todd. And one of the guests was a historian, Michael beschloss. He posted a tweet Thursday evening. Recounting historical figures who had been executed for sharing U.S. nuclear secrets with foreign governments. And then former CIA chief shared the tweet with his own approving tweet. So let me, let me make sure you're understand this. A major historian and MSNBC contributor. And the former CIA director. Suggested that Trump should be executed. Executed. That's what's passing for political discourse now. In August of 2022
DeJong lifts Cardinals over Yanks 4-3 in Carpenter's return
"Paul de young's two out two run double off of Yankees really pitcher clay Holmes rallies the Cardinals to a four to three win to young now has 6 runs batted in in 6 games since his return from triple-A Memphis Earlier in the year I might have dreaded an opportunity like that but now I'm thankful for an opportunity like that after everything that's happened this year So just really happy to be back here and contributing the way I am St. Louis has won a season high 5 in a row Josh Donaldson drives in to for New York as they drop their third straight Andrea polan tosses four shutout innings in relief to pick up the win the Yankees fail to go deep for the first time in 20 games I'm Mike Reeves
"andreas" Discussed on Code Story
"Own CMS system back in the days as well. And at one point in time, we decided to basically stop supporting it. First of all, we stopped using it. And then a few years later, we decided to stop supporting it. We see a lot of other companies that are doing agency work that are still maintaining these kind of old things. We actually put a hard cut and sometimes it was very hard for the companies that we were dealing with. But for us, it was better as a company to do that. And now we use open-source frameworks and we don't have that problem anymore. And then, and then we actually did, I think the most important decision that we made was ready to focus on the startups and skills. So we're not doing any corporate work anymore. We really want to be in this kind of in this kind of niche and we really set some kind of rules for ourselves like what is the stuff that we want to do and what stuff we don't want to do. And for us, it's very important, for example, that we can work on the core product. So we don't want to work on my utilities as our used by a team. We really want to work on the political generator revenue. And so by defining this kind of very clear rules on what we want to do, it was rather easy for ourselves to have to basically grow and be the company that we are today and today we most of our leads actually come from investors because of course we work with startups and scale ups. There's always investors involved or most of the times investors involved in those companies. And they see what we do. And they actually start recommending us to other companies in their portfolio that's basically how we get our business today. And actually in somewhere in 2000 16, one of the investors that was involved in a company that we were working with asked us to do a technical delegation on a new deal. They wanted to close. And then we realized, okay, that's maybe an interesting thing for us to get involved in because as a company, we know pretty well how scale of needs to go in terms of technology and so we started doing that first really ad hoc because an investor asked us to do so. And then actually three years ago we decided to go all in on that. Of course, we're still doing other stuff, but today we do one due diligence a week. So we are very active in dance. So review a lot of companies technically. And I guess it has been also a very important step in where we are with med with laws. And then the last most recent step, I guess it was in the beginning of the pandemic year 2020. We decided to stop doing our product manager. So we used to be and my cofounder is a more broadly person. He left the company. He left all the shares right now, but basically he was more of a person and more technical person. And so we were talking about project management and the technical stuff. And in 2020, we decided to really focus on the technical side of things because that's where we had the most value. And we basically are going to split up or we actually stopped taking on public management work on the dynamics laws. We have made a new brand called smooth sailing and we're actually branching it off like other legal entity by the end of June, to be committed independent company and there are someone else leading that. So I guess those are the number most important kind of milestones in what we do and we are really, really focused on and that's what I really like. People know what they need to come to us for. And all of that. Well, let's switch to team then. So how did you build your team of engineers, CTOs, builders? How did you go about building that team? And what did you look for in those people to indicate that they're the winning horses to join you? So if you have an awesome team that's really an our customers also say that and new joiners, they always be a lot of people say like, yeah, like from the outside it looks like you're very cool company. But then when you're in it, it's indeed like New York. And we look for a couple of things in people. First of all, we have a very good check on the culture and it needs to be cultural ads, not only cultural fit. So we try to find people that bring in extra edge to our team. That's very important for us. And there is a couple of things that trades that we look into people, for example, we want to be responsible. So they need to be able to manage themselves so we don't have like a gun manager or whatever in between them and the customer. They're like one on one communication so they need to be communicating very well. And for example, how we did that in the beginning today we're still looking at is we were looking for public speakers. So we were looking for people that would climb on the stage and explain them, explain like on a conference, but technology is about. And the people that we have in our company today are still people with that capability. So they are very well explaining themselves, explain to non technical people about technology, but they're also still programmers. And that's a very unique kind of team that we have to have boats that kind of verbal capability of explain yourself in an easy non to technical manner and also take very, very deep on the technical side of things. And then we look for T shapes, so we want our people to be full stack or at least have a notice of everything, but with a very deep lab. So we want them to also specialize really in something so that people who are more into infrastructure as very specialized front and people back at people. This episode is sponsored by web app IO. Web app IO helps developers build world changing web applications. Faster than ever before. 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"andreas" Discussed on Code Story
US coach makes dramatic rescue of artistic swimmer at worlds
"A quick thinking coach prevented tragedy at the swimming world championships in a dramatic rescue Artistic swimmer and two time Olympian Anita Alvarez lost consciousness and slipped to the bottom of the pool after completing her solo free final at the world aquatics championships in Budapest on Wednesday Her coach Olympic medalist Andrea Fuentes dove in fully clothed to pull the 25 year old swimmer to safety Fuentes told a Spanish radio outlet that when she noticed something was wrong she shouted at the lifeguards but they didn't seem to understand and the few seconds that passed before she jumped in felt like an hour Alvarez was not breathing when she was rescued but Fuentes says the swimmer is doing well after getting some water in her lungs The coach compared swimming to other endurance sports saying we push through limits and sometimes we find them U.S. artistic swimming tells the AP the swimmer has been evaluated by medical staff and will continue to be monitored I am Jennifer King
Ukraine's teen drone hero "happy that we destroyed someone"
"A teenager and his father are being hailed for using a drone to help in stopping Russian forces from taking over the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv and some of its outskirts 15 year old Andrea and his father stanislav with the help of their drone took bird's eye photos of the armored column of Russian tanks and trucks as the convoy headed towards their village outside the capital The pair then sent the information to the Ukrainian military who within minutes unleashed artillery batteries and shells on the invading forces with deadly effects talking to the AP Andres said he didn't want to experience the same fate as some villages in the east This is my home I didn't want to see what was happening in the occupied territories in my house He was also proud to be able to be a part of the effort to curtail the Russian invasion On the one hand I was happy that we destroyed someone and on the other hand I was happy that I contributed that I was able to do something not just sitting and waiting I'm Karen Chammas
Yamiche Alcindor: Democrats Have to 'Save Democracy,' Ignore Issues
"Yamiche alcindor how she is a reporter for any platform is beyond me Well actually it's not She's the perfect phony Democrat leftist dressed up as a journalist Yamiche alcindor sees on MSL as day today And she has this contribution to make to the events the concocted events by this stalinist committee starting Thursday night Go I think the biggest challenge for lawmakers here as they talk about these sort of huge ideas of American democracy and sort of the experiment that we're all living in benefiting from possibly being brought to his knees is whether or not they can make people care Andrea There are so many things that people are juggling between gas prices and inflation baby formula abortion and the shootings that are happening these lawmakers are going to try to now have a narrative to focus the country's attention to say look at this thing Do not turn away and understand that while all those other things are really really important the foundation of our country what makes our country function is the democracy that we have to protect
Rangers beat Lightning 3-2 in Game 2 for 2-0 series lead
"The rangers own a two games to none lead in the Eastern Conference Finals after Adam Fox set up the go ahead and game winning goals in a three two decision over the lightning It's real exciting but we were on the other side of it when we were down to nothing So I think it's a good lesson for us not to take our foot off the gas Capo caco broke a one one tie late in the first period and Mika's advantage made it three one 81 seconds into the third Andrea Miller also scored in Chris kreider had two assists for the blue shirts Igor shish Dirk and turned back 29 shots Nikita kucherov had a goal and an assist for the lightning who will host game three on Sunday Nick Paul also tallied for the lightning I'm Dave
Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1
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Dispatch: Iran Is in Position for a Surprise Nuclear Breakout
"Very very important piece in the dispatch By Andrea stricker There could be striker Iran is in a position for a surprise nuclear breakout Now what does this mean This is Iran's replacement theory They want to replace Muslims with whom they disagree and Jews of course with their own ideology That is this sort of islamo Nazi ideology that's being imposed by that regime Our nuclear program is advancing as planned and time is on our side an unnamed Iranian official bluntly told Reuters on May 5th Oil cells have doubled noted Iranian president Ibrahim racy last Monday in short since the election of Joe Biden Tehran has not only made impressive strides towards a nuclear weapon But repaired much of the financial damage done by U.S. sanctions Under president Trump his plane to see the clerical regime is in no rush to negotiate a revised nuclear deal What's the Harry When both oil exports and enriched uranium stockpiles are surging But the risk here is not just that Tehran keeps stalling It is that protracted negotiations may provide cover For a nuclear breakout that is The production of enough weapons grade uranium for one or more bombs
"andreas" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"andreas" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Is that it? It's going to work out. All right. Here we go. Ethereum is a decentralized platform for trusted execution of consensus programs. Centralized platform. Nikki nailed it. Thank you nailed it. I'm Tim. How many words was that? That was 9. I got 9, Corey, how many did you get? There we go. Recounting Ethereum, I think I got ten. I don't know, we'll see. Either way, it's on point. And we have asked that before. We have? Yeah, we've asked it to other Ethereum centric topics that we have on the show. I thought we usually asked what is blockchain? We've changed it up. I think we've had Evan on the show. We asked them if they were. Okay. I'm sorry. Somebody's done it before. That's the first time we asked you that. If we had lost time, we asked you to explain blockchain and ten words are less than you see that's a bullshit term that people use to hype things they don't understand or something like that. I remember that. Well, Andreas, thank you very much. For swinging by, again, the fourth time, we're going to have one other guest do that. If you come back again, you get the membership jacket. Well, I mean, yes, I have the card with the four hole punches. The next one's a big one. Yeah, thank you again. And good luck. With mastering Ethereum, like I said, all of your books are on my bookshelf and in my Kindle. That's how much money I got to have it on the go with me just in case. And it's here in physical form. So yeah, thank you. Always appreciate coming on the show. Thank you so much for having me. See you soon. Take care. That was the interview with Andreas antonopoulos, world traveling, educator, all things Bitcoin. Moving into blockchain, mastering Ethereum is coming out soon. I heavily recommend getting mastering Bitcoin if you like a little bit more of a technical approach to describing Bitcoin. It's necessary reading. Of course, he's got the Internet of money volume one and two, which is basically just transcriptions of all of his talks, which are phenomenal. Yeah, thank you again Andreas. Can't wait to see you again. So the back end of this, we're going to let you guys go. Just plug some stuff we do. If you go to the Bitcoin podcast dot network, go to slack, join the slack. You can hang out with us, and you can talk about the things that you want to talk about. And we'll talk about them with you. If you're good enough at that, we may actually talk about it on the show. Yeah, that's right. Sometimes the leaks out of the slack into live. Live. Let's see what else the medium dot com slash the Bitcoin podcast. We have a publication there. If you write things on medium and you're interested in spreading your musings across the Internet in a different publication, then just yourself, you can publish there, just sliding the slack and talk to me. I'm for galati. And we could tell you about the process of getting published in our publication. What else? So we do need more casting calls that worked out pretty well last night. We don't need any more of those. We have a couple of new shows coming out. Real soon. So that's going to be more stuff for you. Hit us up on Twitter. I have a video on our YouTube, which actually should be getting some more love recently as soon as well, doing some more audio content where you're watching this behind the scenes roundtable. If you want to see my views on the social implications of blockchain, just Google doctor Corey petty and it actually just should come up. Yeah. Oh, if you have friends or family members that need to be on wrapped to Bitcoin and then told the difference between Bitcoin and blockchain in a friendly way, I need people to fill up on ramping with D so shoot them my way, and I schedule it out. I even have a link I can get you that they could basically build my schedule for me. I would love that. And if you have a friend that you would like to be told with Bitcoin is, but in a real shitty way, like make them feel bad about themselves, then ask me. Not really. I'm not going to do that. Cello might nobody this? Get out of here. Anyways guys, thank you for listening again. We hope you enjoyed go follow all of Andreas and what he does. We promise you you will
"andreas" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Good talker point, Joe. That's a good way to start off the show. Wallets, the very basic thing you need to interact with the blockchain are evolving. I still wish we could put and call them wallets. I wish they weren't called wallets, which they were called key chains. It's in the name. So it's getting worse, Cory. I know. I know. I know. It's like it's moving in the wrong direction, but there's nothing we can do about it. Well, I mean, a key chain is not associated with money. Yeah, it's associated with keys. People don't people don't hold money with crypto. You never hold the money. The money is never in your position. The keys are in your possession. The things on your phone, the things on your computer, what coinbase has, and we say you need to keep that to maintain your value. It's only keys. The value is locked up in the blockchain, which everyone has. That's an intuition thing, right? That tells you what you're doing and how to think about it. Yeah. And that doesn't come when you say wallet because people think they're storing it in there. And their phone or whatever. And the coins are there. And if they want to give somebody a coin, they're actually giving somebody the actual thing. That's not the case. And so you can't reason about these things. As well if you have bad names for them. It's too late now, man. Yeah. Too late for fucked. It's over. That's way too late. We just gotta force it down people's throat. It's a wallet. Take it. There's money there. Whatever. I'll keep singing that siren song until the day I die, but no one's maybe I'll influence like three people, but whatever. It's far too late. But we have a very good interview for you guys. Here. They know other podcasts aside from let's talk Bitcoin is having Andreas on four times. And he's a part of that podcast that doesn't count. Yeah, it doesn't count. And that is his podcast. So yeah, four times. He's close to being, is that the most anyone's come on? Epstein's been seen for now. He's coming on soon and that'll be his lucky number 5, I think. That's crazy that Andreas is like, at the top, as far as people have been on our show. He's the number one influencer according to something. Crypto. Crypto influencers. Obviously, you're going to hear the interview. The thing that resonate with me is he says that he has a revolving audience about every 6 months. So for me, he's probably one of the most important people in this community because every 6 months, he is refreshing. Just educating people and that's mass adoption right there. He's doing it. He's doing work. Yeah, it is. Can you imagine every 6 months you get a whole new hoard of people that need to learn the same thing you were just talking about 6 months back? I guess it's kind of like you get classes, right? If you teach the same class every year. Who are the people that don't know what I'm saying? Time to repeat myself over and over and over again. It's almost like you go to like a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert and you're like, play the hits and they're like, ah, we want to play our new stuff. And they're like, no, play your old stuff. Play that song I know. Play that song I know. But we are creative juices. Nobody cares. We just want the stuff we want. All right, anyways, Andrea Santino, you need to know introduction if he does, then you're probably part of the horde we were just talking about. Hey, we're joined by Andreas antonopoulos author lecturer all around crypto guru. What do you live in places like Poland or Denver, Colorado? He doesn't discriminate. He's going to come to a city near you. And spread knowledge everywhere. And of course, author of mastering Ethereum, which has a Q three 2018 upcoming release, so be on the lookout for that. And Andreas, you've been nice enough to stop by four times. If you come on one more time, you get your members only jacket. Oh, fantastic. Looking forward to that. Well, let's just jump in. For me, first and foremost, I wanted to know how you're speaking tour was going because the last time that we talked was right before the community kind of stood by your side in late 2017 and donated a large amount to you. And I was curious on how that affected your ability to write books, give talks without having to worry about donations and whatnot. Are you able to concentrate and focus more and provide better content for the people? Well, I'll tell you that the big difference has happened over the last year was I started using a platform called Patreon. And what Patreon has allowed me to do is switch my focus from trying to book commercial conferences that would allow me to pay my staff and expand my message and work to deliver more education and more languages to more people, which has been my mission all along. And be able to support that entire endeavor. And in fact, grow it with funding from the very people that I'm trying to reach. So with a Patreon platform, people subscribe and they offer $5 a month, for example, which is my biggest base. And that gives me a steady predictable income that I can use to build a team, because people don't realize how much work goes on behind the scenes to schedule travel and touring and do talks and video editing and audio editing and posting and all of that work. And all of the translation work that goes into it. So for example, I've now posted 300 videos and we have 291 sets of subtitles in 27 languages. For my videos and most of my books have now been translated in 5 or 6 languages each. So all of these efforts take a lot of coordination and Patreon has given me a tremendous ability to grow my team in a responsible way where I can predict my income and have the ability to pay my
"andreas" Discussed on Wort zum Tag
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"andreas" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"I do wanna pursue how you do your day to day in the face of the pessimism that you're expressing but let's set that aside for a second come back to it in your book called matter and desire colon and erotic ecology you write about. How love is a foundational principle of reality. What do you mean by that guy. I think you've already touched on this a little bit. But i'd like to get you hold forth on it more explicitly. Yes yes thank you. Yeah that's very important. Also because that again gives another little building block for my idea of reality as erotic encounters so as you see. I started with this area. Essential physical idea of existence which is always and mutual transformation in always skin-to-skin and its relationship mediated through our vulnerable bodies. But then when i introduce love it's with a thought about how individuality in this shed world can come about and i'm going to try to to explain this first. Let me say that. When i'm talking about love i'm not talking about the feeling of love that's very important. Because that's again problem in our western societies. That for us love is the feeling we have when we desire at beautiful precious object be this trillion object or be this another person which is also an object so i really wanted to somebody to be in my presence and then we translate this with love and we all know that this is potentially flawed and there are also other thinkers psychologists who point to the Fact that love calmed only be feeling it also needs to be a practice so to love for me is an action and it's the action off allowing others to live there aliveness or to actively helping others to make them realize themselves as alive. The psychologist humanistic psychologist average flem said to love means to take an active interest in the aliveness of another. And if you see it from this standpoint then loving becomes not a consumption of a feeling of good feeling but it becomes the production off conditions which enable others to thrive. And if you just looking for some examples in existence in in most fulfilling love relationships we do this so when we care for our children we normally do this or at least we try to do this to create a situation in which they can thrive and that's one important point. So ecosystems are systems with thousands of species in which they are linked to one another in mutuality they are mutually enabling their lives. So that would mean that you could describe. Ecosystems as love crosses not in the way of hegemonistic feelings but in the way of a profound understanding of. What is the practice of giving live much more of my conversation with andreas vaber. Right after this one of.
"andreas" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Hey hey today we're gonna talk about a route to increase happiness that has been at least for me. Vastly underappreciated for most of my life connecting to nature. I think we're all aware that being outside can create some common connection Even but how systematic are we about it. And how deep do we go with this. My guest today is here to push us on these fronts. He has a fascinating and surprising. Approach to the subject. He calls for an erotic relationship to nature in fact his term here is erotic. Ecology here argues that we've been socialized to have an instrumental view of nature. We're in here in our heads. Nature is out there instead. He wants us to be in a love relationship with nature. This is of course increasingly urgent at a time when the climate crisis is making headlines every day nearly in the form of hurricanes floods fires and heat waves. I guess name is andreas vaber. He's a renowned philosopher biologist and writer based in berlin. he's the author of many books including matter and desire and erotic ecology in this conversation. We talk about how to actually practice erotic ecology what he means when he says love is the foundational principle of reality. How and why to make ourselves edible. That's his term which i love and how abor manages his own pessimism when it comes to climate change speaking of climate change. We've had many many requests from listeners to address this subject in a more robust way on the show today. We're launching a two part series on the climate crisis. This is episode one coming up on monday. We're gonna talk to multi hyphen it guy. We've been on the show before jay michaelson. He's a meditation teacher. Author rabbi lawyer and activist. And he's got a bit of a contrarian take on how we should tackle the climate crisis before we dive in with today's conversation with andreas faber. One quick item of business. If you've been listening to the show for a while you've probably heard me talk about our companion meditation app which is also called ten percent happier the as a place you can go to practice what we talk about here on the podcast and you can do so with meditations that are led by some of our most popular podcast guests sort of like science class in college..
"andreas" Discussed on Kairós Podcast
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"andreas" Discussed on Accelerate!
"It's where business happens and our and in our conversations. Andreas and i talk about mary of growing importance. All which is developing your personal brand on lincoln. Sunday show that eighty two percent of buyers look at a seller's lincoln profile before speaking with them for the first time. So what are they looking for. When they look at your profile well andrea shares. His experience has been as a result of using lincoln more effectively and the impact. That has had on him personally as well as on the growth of his company shield. It talks about best practices for using lincoln and shares. How to measure the impact of all the things that you're doing lincoln using shield so all this and much much more but before we get to andrea. I want to remind you to subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen to it and if you subscribe with certainly appreciate it could also give us your feedback about how we're doing in the form of a review so thank you all right. Let's jump into it undress. Welcome to the show on sandy being here lots pleasure to have you so You're joining us from copenhagen nagin afternoon absolutely so we were just touching on before we start recording but the big adventure for the danish football team. The last three weeks in the euro championships. It's been a while since we've had a run like that new team upcoming players go young people who are doing a great job on the on the world scene so to speak. It's been a pleasure watching. Yeah especially young. That scored the free kick yesterday. That was Ah quite a absolutely that was fairly and yeah. That was quite brilliant. Thirty five yards out Well a question. I guess is for. People aren't familiar with soccer like me. Who spent all my time watching. Is that denmark's talisman. Their number one player christian erickson first match of the tournament. His heart stops on the field Yeah dead on the field survive had a implantable pacemaker. Put in. I think he might have been in the stadium in england yesterday. I think they talked about really well get invited on off actually traveled or not. But so yeah. When you're number one player gets this. Traumatic thing happened to them and you can just see it in the faces of the players. It just shows for me and lessens. The surf sales lessons that that come from how they recovered is just the resilience that say like obviously close close knit group of players men and coaching staff and two things one is is just the resilience Be able to put that behind them to come together but then also the power of the coach. The leadership of i think a lot of people had tremendous amount of and still have a transplant. Admiration for for the coach because he was open and honest about the way people felt and he out and just devolving sports cliches but he managed around this group of people in the face of insurmountable odds. Absolutely i think that what he did. Which was the most admirable from. My point of view is to bring empathy into the equation and the first press meeting as well like released showing emotion and showing that it's okay to show emotion than that it leaders show emotion to and i think that's really what lifted up the team as well because there was a lot of emotion going around i mean even from the distance watching right nine on the field. Die right exactly right so so so i think everyone Watching that will will sort of feel something. Hopefully and and the way that he spoke about it and also the leaders within the team they really They really lifted the whole ride. Which made or enabled them to really carry on in the tournament and do great things. I think that's a really good point with the leadership. Absolutely yeah it carries over into into business sales so it's not all just about the numbers Increasingly it seems to be the way that so many people are focused. It's cut and dried but we are still collection of humans undertaking. This thing whether it's sales or business or soccer Motions it so much. Yeah i think it's so much more than numbers data and and being a super like trying to be at least objective and data driven. I mean i. I run a company but we can re weekend rely on data all the time right we have to also feel what feels right and what what is seems to be right and and and things like that right. It's part of it all right as you said with human after all and if we ought to do anything together let alone business than than we have to have a human connection and i think that's key couldn't agree more absolutely so so tell us about shield because just disclaimer. I'm i'm a customer But tell us what you do and tell us about what sort of a problem you're solving. The drove to to start the company absolutely so it. It's actually changed from when we first started to what we're doing now. The product has evolved in a in a sort of i wouldn't say linnea way but but Sort of in a direction still but the way we think about it has has changed a lot so initially what we would we saw discovered. Then that's three three and a half years ago was the companies here in copenhagen denmark. They were on linked in that. Sales people primarily But they weren't really doing much right. There were searching that we're trying to send some cold. Dm's were doing those kinds of things right. And then what we learned was the there were some minds that wanted to produce content in in in those companies to sort of at touch points between them and their markets basically and and so doing that is something they could just go ahead and do but how were they supposed to measure the impact. The reach engagement the growth of the individual sales people's accounts. and and. why would that even matter..
"andreas" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Welcome to religion live on the host today at harrison. And i have the distinct pleasure of talking to undress larson. Who is the global chief. Strategist at nordia. Welcome back to real vision. Andreas thanks a lot. It you know..