35 Burst results for "Andrey"

"andrey" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"andrey" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"And i like i like and i feel to a certain extent that like i apply that logic when i'm writing teenagers that it's okay that like to learn to empathize with teenage readers and teenage characters without thinking that they have to be the same right is that i think that sometimes when we are dealing with character voices. If you're writing someone older than you. You're trying to make them sound more like you. If you're writing someone younger than you accidently. Make them sound more like you and it's just like it's okay that we just all kind of sound different. You know that we care about different aspects of things because that's that's true even within generations you know down to carrying whether or not someone else cares about your hair part like which i just use because it's really funny to keep saying. Oh my god it's so funny. It's like what link were mad. They don't like the way you part your hair like as also for me like at a very young age. I read articles and quotes. That were talking about the ages of most writers writing. They're like big pieces right and saw how they were older than like 'cause 'cause we hear the stories about like the younger success stories right but a lot of writers that we know and love over the decades like were in our thirties or later right. And it's just because you're in a different you know like i'm in a different place than i was at twenty. There are some people who just own creativity and twenty and meanwhile i'm sitting here like thank god. No one gave me a chance at twenty one because that was some bad writing the bad writing. And then also you just yes. Thank god this was like when my big break cab andrey because it's like people have longer careers and certainly i've noticed with myself. It's like there's all of these levels to it right where it's just like you go. I'm here and now. I'm moving to this next creative project and now i'm going to do a little bit more ambitious work you know and so. There's kind of that growing process. That i think is for me invaluable because yeah i was writing like personals ins that were just about ex-girlfriends like whenever i was twenty one and i'm like well. I'm glad i did that. I am also glad that. That is not what i am known for. Also it's just learning and growing on every project is fun for me. That's just something that. I try every single project that i'm like. What do i get out of this right like for me. It's either like. I want to take another approach to it from what i've normally done. You know even if. I have to make the learning process myself which i have done before. Gone like cool. This isn't necessarily really just me going. Oh my gosh. This is a bucket licks character. I've got to work on this and i go. How do i make this a learning process and champions was interesting because there are so many learning processes there. It was my first team book. You know it was my first book in in years writing. Just like straight up teenagers. You know like since i was younger cast as opposed to like one of many characters It was doing a full comic heist from beginning to end in a certain way right like which is very complicated of storytelling. It's it's some of my favorite stuff. But being able to make the twists land and then also being funny like leverage is a hard show to like put together. And i was trying to do it with superpowers just like learning and learning to write. Young people in that world was so fun for me. It was hard. It's probably one of the hardest writing projects i've done to date. Thank you so much for my editor for helping me..

andrey
"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It just literally walked me through the process. Like yes, Fortunately, it was not me that designed that system. I'm still using a pencil and an eraser to write down notes over here with me. I have my all time favorite friend, Dear Friend of mine business partner, Mind cleave Lovely. Loveland Properties and Cleve, You know, we talked a little bit about the market how it's doing really well, But things have slowed slightly, but slowing slightly is still way better than it's been in 10 years. Well, if you know that would be like saying you're you're you're flying at Mach speed, and you just dropped down slightly under Mach speed. So we're doing amazing, like I know that since May, houses increased increased by 18%. All we need is 3% per year to make millions in real estate, right? And you and I preach that on our wealth building class. You only need 3%. You don't need 27% were every one of you that bought property. Are sitting on a gold mine right now. You did the right thing. Now let's convince our families to do the right thing our friends to do the right thing, and then let's get him into a house as quickly as we possibly can. Speaking of homes we talked about Why some homes sell and wide. Some homes don't sell. What are you looking at Right now, like, are you able to keep any listings at all? Well, I just usually on on on our show we do on Saturday. I'll advertise about eight or 10 listings. I only have time for that, and that's about half and I told my sellers, Okay, I'll get you on the radio every other weekend. Well lately, everything's under contract so I might have two or three like I brought six with me today. Four of them went under contract in the last two days since I printed this list, so I've got a great condo in Maitland for 400 actually just adjusted the price 412,003 bedroom 2.5 condo right on the border of Maitland Winter Park at the moorings. Um, and it's a three bedroom 2.5 bath 1800 Square footer. And it's a waterfront community. Um, one car garage, beautiful little location, a waterfront. That's all that actually the northernmost chain of lakes there for winter Park community. This condom is, um, the old A house used to be this, uh, others across the street down down the street a little bit, But this is this community's waterfront. Not this unit. But this unit is just gorgeous Wood floors move right in great place. Um, this customer actually helped about seven years ago. She downsize from a big home and living here and I'm just going to live with her family 412,000 for that. They're selling right around there in this neighborhood, and then I've got one. This is out in the country and we talked about this, Bruce. Remember when if you wanted to Four or five acres, and just want to get out in the country not having away or somebody telling you what color you know. Pull the weeds in your yard and change your curtains. This right here. Remember when those used to be in the threes and force? Well, this is a two acre property. No H o a Four bedrooms, three bath 3000 Square foot home, and it's got about a 40 ft screen porch along the back size house single house on two acres. Beautifully done the guy selling it owns a fence company so gorgeous wrought iron fence around the property. It's gated and listed for 640,000. So just a beautiful property. Big, big open floor plan Plus a den, um, beautiful, big, big bedroom size. It was custom built when you walk in. This is different from other homes you've seen but enormous kitchen would like a 20 ft Island in the kitchen. Just a great setup for 640,000. I've got those two listings. And just if you want to, If you want to know anything about those you're trying to find a house. I just talked to somebody put in about 20 offers. And when I talked about the offers they were putting in. They weren't done right. They weren't fast tracked with Bruce. We got him a house. Call me at 40735281183528118. And you know on that property, you look at that property at 640,000. You could still do a conventional loan about 10%. Well, yeah. If you're at 640,000 at 90% loan to value your at 5 76 you got to be it at 5 43. So you could be at about 12% down on a two acres $600,000 property and you can get if you've got good credit, and I know you like to ask me about interest rates. About where they're running. Just having you know, Here's the thing. And here's why I don't talk about interest rates as much as some companies do on the air. First of all, I think that most companies mislead people. I think that our and I talk about this a little bit. I think that pre 2010. My industry was just out of control. I think there were so many people that got in it. The banks were selling bad loans. People didn't really have to qualify to get him. It was bad. It did a lot of bad things. But post 2010. A lot of those lenders just got shut down. They were out of business. They couldn't survive right? In the mortgage industry, straighten up and really behave themselves. Yeah, it's getting to go back to that direction. I'm seeing a lot of bad behavior, and my customers are paying for it because they're getting persuaded to do things that I wouldn't convince them because well, I don't like people to do is you know if you've got a lot of debt And you can re fi and your house has gone up $80,000 in value in two years, and you can pull it out for him. Bruce and pull out 50 grand to pay off all their credit cards will have this, and if they pay the same payment, they'll pay their house off sooner. That's one thing. But one thing is that one company that did that for them if they did answer a TV ad or clicked on something on the Internet. That same company will call him again six months later saying, Oh, we can do it again, and that's called churning and and it's illegal to do in the insurance industry. It's illegal for a lender to do that, with their own. Portfolio of business. In other words, if I've got alone and I'm holding that mortgage for you, I can't churn your loan. I can't turn it unless it makes significant benefit to you. And there is a formula that lenders have to do to be able to determine whether it's the right thing for you to do, And there's a legal formula that we have to do. But what happens is you get an outside company that soliciting you. They're not churning the lung because they don't have it. They'll convince you to do something with your loan. That sounds good when you say it fast. And they might even drop your payment a little bit. They might even lower your interest rate. But it's not always the right thing to do. You've got to have somebody in this industry that you can trust because I'm seeing a lot of shenanigans going on. And I don't like it for my own industry. You can call me at 40776 33 13. You can visit my website that we bring you home dot com..

90% Bruce 40776 33 13 20 ft 27% two Saturday 3% Maitland 18% six $80,000 Four $600,000 640,000 Maitland Winter Park 412,000 50 grand five acres two acres
"andrey" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and also why you started your podcast. Sure yeah so. I am under a crank kavas insured. I'm currently ferragu. Almost four fewer phd student at stanford Focusing on a work a lot on robotics reinforcement learning and Yeah Had kind of an interesting experience. Where early on my phd A lot of this hype a lot of ridiculous new stories around i and so are on. The time has started the sink called skynet today which is kind of a funny title but basically we had explain articles in tried to defuse high. So yeah that has become an ongoing project and last year You're thinking well. How can be really expand and we check raider audience and luckily sharon was also at stanford a good friend and also interested in doing something related to this end way to podcasting so he started stock ai to interview some people also to discuss a lot of news. So sharon also go ahead. Let us know who you are. Yeah feels like eons ago when we started it because it was pre pandemic But actually right before the pandemic And it was kind of a cool way to stay up to date with the news but also a trying to demystify it since there is so much hype going around. Not just you know in the research world but also in media and mainstream media My background is. I just received my doctor and a i Advised by andrew ing on. Who is a professor and also An ai i guess. Thought leader in the space And i think a huge reason why we started the podcast was to you know dispelled all that hype on given our knowledge and our background of what actually works in a.

cog melinda cotonou kathleen mulch ronald schmeltzer
Interview With Andrey Kurenkov and Sharon Zhou From Lets Talk AI Podcast

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Andrey Kurenkov and Sharon Zhou From Lets Talk AI Podcast

"We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and also why you started your podcast. Sure yeah so. I am under a crank kavas insured. I'm currently ferragu. Almost four fewer phd student at stanford Focusing on a work a lot on robotics reinforcement learning and Yeah Had kind of an interesting experience. Where early on my phd A lot of this hype a lot of ridiculous new stories around i and so are on. The time has started the sink called skynet today which is kind of a funny title but basically we had explain articles in tried to defuse high. So yeah that has become an ongoing project and last year You're thinking well. How can be really expand and we check raider audience and luckily sharon was also at stanford a good friend and also interested in doing something related to this end way to podcasting so he started stock ai to interview some people also to discuss a lot of news. So sharon also go ahead. Let us know who you are. Yeah feels like eons ago when we started it because it was pre pandemic But actually right before the pandemic And it was kind of a cool way to stay up to date with the news but also a trying to demystify it since there is so much hype going around. Not just you know in the research world but also in media and mainstream media My background is. I just received my doctor and a i Advised by andrew ing on. Who is a professor and also An ai i guess. Thought leader in the space And i think a huge reason why we started the podcast was to you know dispelled all that hype on given our knowledge and our background of what actually works in a.

Stanford Sharon Andrew Ing
"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"You're from. No, just a joke on me again. Favor any either. It's just getting passed through more like us, Adam That it is not service Get E Yes. Sliding Spanish sauce man just silent. Joking man about it. They kidnapped me. Say something. No, they can't just think you know me. So three b. Thank you May Ronnie. Muscle man, Mom? No, Billy. You'll get the other thing. Anyone but seven sons decided to sing. Said Kate almost jacket on there. Yeah. They can't see. Something. Thank you, baby. Joking. Thank you. Thank you. May your drink, I'll tell you Keep your eye out. Give me and don't come off. Well, come in. Yeah. Thank you. Okay. Something. Thank you, man. Just give me the kid may thank you may bring with you. What does that mean? The other customers. Meaning your body don't know. Yes. We're gonna throw that was followed. Then sex one more when you gave it everything. Here. We'll have a look. Someone has done to me coming out of my body. And then pick up big on that. Can I come in? Sorry I went boat isn't man. He's gonna The mahogany savanah. Good on you. Let me come in on the bubble Cool body, like one level getting wet. They want our meal. We have got to be kidding me. How about you? Let me come on. Do you think that being on that day? I'm coming. They won't quit. Let me get you something. Gotta make that big of a little business. What about exceed those living? They say, spoon the Cinco mas musica..

"andrey" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Honey, I don't know. Are you doing? Right? Yeah. Andrey taught me in your class trip. Didi, where the one with the jacks. No one's case. Yes. I won't All right. Uh huh. That's Mommy. Sending my love. Goodbye. Honey. Call me tomorrow. I will, I promise. Be sure you tell Mommy a call. What direction I love it. Bye bye. Do you want for it? I know there's something else at lots of room for more lessons from this guy. Miss Gallagher, you forget something. Betty. Is Ellen in here with you gone home already. Are you sure? I'm positive. She's not inside and she's not the playground. I thought you picked up a rock. Don't worry. She can't have gone far. You don't understand. I'll check her offer. ELISA. Where's that one? He's gone. Oh, all right. All right. Who's where I moved? Yeah. 00 Oh, right..

Ellen Miss Gallagher Didi Andrey Betty
"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"CNN's Is he better get all night figure with no money. No funny said Tell me, but I don't know any money with them. Yeah. No, Mommy. No funny. I said, Tell me one thing done. But come on the money you owe yesterday. Oh, yeah. Keeping marking sexually. You. I love you, man. No, no, no sexy. Why lying? May they back on? I'm gonna get killed in the care of the answer Later. Yes, in your own, Always sing Aretha sexy While lying may later called Ghana's I don't like she went on the mama. Nobody could tell me that my mom forgot no common money. 123. Faith. Kennedy. Go, Go, Go, Go, Go, go, go! Thanks e good. Don't do that comes to your kids Come to Mr McGee, Villanueva Exitos nerve and I say spawned a single musica in Matt's body wrap. It's done. You're most kind of guy you got to say. Speed of proto Beast, Phyllis back on Amanda. They didn't Yes, it's done. Okay, boss, a bus money. Every mother. Don't you put in with us? Yeah. She's giving it every bit a big understanding. Why not? Be easy, baby? Easy. And on that day. Is three or anywhere for my boy. Why not about the beating You gave me V decision Fish. Nice bed. Have anything God. Three on anywhere. You know, stand on this. No, don't do that. I see me. Okay. Bye bye. Every more than me. Don't leave it in a big one risk one of us See you on the list. My God, the easy heavy me disease. Let's head on that anything again, guy. Three on anywhere, people beg me. You know, you get us in those videos down, Ben, please. Plane. Be easy. Debbie left now Whoever exitos moving dice is going to single music, Mika Jimmy, wait up for me. Thank you. Thank you Assist little Connected and was told us on that.

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Even Oprah Charity, Truly my soul for Lemon West says we must get the spare. In preliminary problema Truly Miss Kim mad, well, lemon with him yet. He probably miss get the grail. I really must get scummy early. You make it they get in. Both saw no course set up, but only got a thing for him. I know it's scary. Skipped. Nothing does loom room. Always cinnamon in bc. Nothing. Go. Go on, Jeremy. This is his custom labels. When Little Miss Tanya looking for must locate him propose? Skittle Manny space Go! Morning Society meeting piece. You know that thing go. Come on. Alexander made his leg. The only man with scum be outta there. We'll prove them skin, No kill. Preliminary sketches. Lulu Miskin may move stuff in preliminary sills on you this way, Yes. Differently. My noise. Look, Assis. April limits. Kahlo Veal, preliminary scared, Gus. I'll probably miss Look, Gaza's Come early. Good man. It is nothing. No levels when you go back to live nothing, Tanya. I look at you. That floor must don't get him Propose. When comparing Dallas Hello, Space skittle. Manny, stay home always ceremony. He's nothing. Come on. We got a man. Maybe she's just a leg. ALS window travel enough Estancia looking Skittles, man. Stay with me. Money Gonna manage these Just stuff the legals head to blame. I know Why Jonathan help program. It's on me. My skin. Thanks getting stung, Mr Glamorous. Get on with it just mostly means throwing my voice. I will. Probably Miss Kisco, amigo. Let me do it. Let my exit doors.

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I've got a day off, then love will be the day that you like better. I eat nothing. Nobody better she said. Okay, Okay, okay. Little good then was for you. There you can treat other seems gotta me more. But all that baby, I'll take you to get started, okay? Please. There's somebody better, she said. Was you w I'm good for a girl. Okay, you go first for your mother. Look at them work for you. Thanks to you. We are here. There's a bus. Italian vehicles that come by later, honey. You know nothing. Nobody can you basil baby people, but A little bit, then was your your.

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"andrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Look calm down. Only done because Karen, Mrs But you know what? I mean? Yes, sir. Yeah, She's still sexy. And you met fantasy of refugees set me back with food from a third world Come back with pop carry craze for home field. We need a whole club 64 musical transaction. No more than we slept through breakfast. You run this season is me on our boat. Yeah. Yeah, okay. The baby. She's perfect. No fighting will fight next. Then with that exceed those loving basis for the single black lab was going. Must must gamble. Masika exitos? Nothing takes a cinco. I'm on duty. I am my own. Oh, say dead Um they Yes, Steady brain won't know any cookies. Get good news. Go T o money. Come on today. Hell, no See dead only made it as anything day Donegal guessing. Get ongoing news day gonna do you have that money, Say William M. Mama Daddy this morning. You got the money. The predictable game. The damsel leader in the E. You don't give your Gina blast today. Any big Tony, give me Oh, my Well, you've got Daddy here that goes on at Lovett does come in handy man. He's got eyes. One D O c. E o Danny Baker Day Rooney cookies Give me my damn there! Steady! Break, honey. Go get get loose. Is I'm going T o money. See? After someone is Hey, my no. See dead on this any day? No only guessing Give you money. Amazing guy making beginning. Yeah. Second White Black line Bank land with tuxedos..

Open source developer and Gitcoin creator Kevin Owocki discusses modern fundraising

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

04:49 min | 2 years ago

Open source developer and Gitcoin creator Kevin Owocki discusses modern fundraising

"To jump right into it in the world, of Crypto, currency money is important depending on your view bitcoin itself is or aspires to be money in a very real way and without question, the craziest time Crypto have surrounded or even just been entirely about fundraising for projects. This has always been positive though in the later stages of the initial coin offering praise it seemed like raising money became the point rather than what it was being raised to accomplish in its aftermath. It's become increasingly obvious that what's being funded matters at least as much as how you get the funding but how you get the funding is important to. A couple of weeks ago Andrey's, and I were talking about an open source project. He'd actually used get coin to fund is, can you tell that story can here? Yeah absolutely. You know every now and then I come across an idea or find a gap in the court system where I think it would be really useful if we had a software gizmo to do X. Y. or Z. and even though I can code myself I don't have the time to embark on these little projects. So as I've done in the past I looks for way to funded developer to do this work and this time I decided to use bitcoin I've been Aware of it and looked at it in the past. But now I had a real project to sink my teeth in. So the projects was to develop a plug in or changing the wizard of the electron import in order to enable it to discover derivation paths, and I'm no monnet craze that has been used in a different wallet where the user doesn't know what the derivation path is and keeps having difficulty recovering funds. This is a problem, a lot of newbies have. And so I put up a he basically and a bounty is a pot of money in this case denominated in the stable coin die so that it's the equivalent value and I put up a one thousand dollar bounty for about forty to sixty hours of work approximately I estimated to develop this capability I wrote a specification as a get hub issue and the I thing. About Bitcoin is that it integrates directly into get hub. So I could take the issue where described the desired feature in detail and then attached the bounty directly to that, and then have developers come and pitch to take on that bounty and executed. It was completed a couple of weeks ago paid out and it's a feature that's being merged into hopefully the next version of Elektra. Now, that tool that you had created actually you and I had a little back and forth about it because turns out that you don't necessarily a Newbie to run into the problems that you were trying to solve their and we actually wound up using it to solve a big problem. I've been working on for a couple of months, but that's going to be another episode. Entirely, today we're talking with Kevin Kevin, can you just kind of take us through the basics of bitcoin was kind of the goal and how is it operating? Let's just start off with the most basic question for people who aren't familiar with the project. Is there a bitcoin or is this something that builds using as Andrea saying die or other types of Tokens as a reward? Yet, that's a great place to start. There is no bitcoin token bitcoin is a place where you can get coins. If you're a software developer in exchange for doing software development tasks, we have unfortunately from a branding perspective gotten swept up with a lot of the projects. Did do ICO's IOS in two thousand seventeen even though we never did in Seo. So. Take us back to the beginning kind of what was the thinking about this project in general what was the problem that you were trying to solve, and then how did you end up solving? So I've been working in web startups for the last thirteen years pretty much ever since I graduated from school and every software project that I've ever worked on has been an open source software projects. So whenever I start a new start up I will use python, which is an open source programming language. I will use an open source database server, I will use an open. Source Web server, and so every time I've built a start up all the stuff that you see in tech crunch are standing on the shoulders of giants of open source software and basically every time I've built a software startup I've been using open source software and open source software crates, billions of dollars of value for the world, but there's good way for software developers to monetize. The work that they do in open source software, and so that was sort of founding reason why I created Bitcoin, which is a double sided market connect software developers to the people want to fund their work in open source software in the sort of insight is that now using the blockchain space, we now have billions of dollars of capital that's going to open source software. Whereas before in the old financial system, all of the money that goes into it goes to some back office on wall. Street. So what if we could build a marketplace where the software developers they can sort of be the routing mechanism for the money going to software developers and have it the blockchain native project? That's what get coin is and that was the genesis of Bitcoin.

Software Developer Developer Andrey Kevin Kevin ICO Andrea
Robotic Process Automation with Antti Karjalainen

Software Engineering Daily

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Robotic Process Automation with Antti Karjalainen

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

AWS Developer Google United States Robo Corp Danica Financial Institution Carson Andrey Robocall Corp Pakistan Wayne Robot Corp ARP DON Tom. Audifax
"andrey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Worked with Marianne Andrey to bring us this story from Nebraska. Back in March, My Ra Mendez started asking her dad questions about conditions at his job. Like we're supervisors handing out face masks, he said. They're giving us masks. It's like the beard net, but it's a full faced one. And so then I was like that's not going to protect you. You're still breathing in air through those holes, Mendez says. This is the moment she started to worry. Both her parents worked at Smithfield, a massive pork processing facility in Crete, Nebraska, Smithfield says they got PP Ito workers as quickly as possible, but not long after Mendez started asking questions. The plant confirmed its first case of Kobe, 19. That's when my dad started to get scared, too. It was very like it's here. It's really as the number of cases grew at the Smithfield plant, Mendez realized it was up to her to do something. She's in her late twenties and says that is the child of Mexican immigrants. She's been speaking up for her parents all her life. When they came to this country they came to just provide for their family. They didn't come to Vegas change anything. That's why you don't see a lot of workers speaking out in meatpacking towns in Nebraska and across the country, the job of advocating for basic protections like paid sick leave and pee pee. Has been shouldered by the workers. Children standing up for our parents is a responsibility in America need packing is well known as a dangerous job. Now, the long hours and close quarters make the plant susceptible to outbreaks of Corona virus. Experts suggest spacing out workers are slowing production lines that Smithfield CEO Kenneth Sullivan argues that jeopardizes the nation's food supply. Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts backed that claim and refused to close plants were working very hard to make sure they can stay open because it's vital for our food supply. Can you imagine what would happen if people could not go to the store and get food? Meanwhile, these infection spill over into the community. Data from the Food and Environment reporting network found rule counties that have meatpacking plants with outbreaks have infection rates five times higher than the rest of rule. America Mendez feared an outbreak would happen in her town since she wasn't alone. I can't remember who exactly, added us, but someone started this group chat. It was a Facebook group chat. The group chat was made up of the kids of meatpacking workers across the state who shared with each other. Their parents stories about conditions at Smithfield. Together, they decided they would take action and quickly organized a group. The Children of Smithfield, where a lot of daughters who want to advocate for our parents, the group expanded beyond the core of daughters. They held weekly demonstrations socially.

America Mendez Smithfield Nebraska Marianne Andrey Pete Ricketts Vegas Kobe Facebook PP Ito America Crete CEO Kenneth Sullivan
The Children Of Smithfield

Latino USA

06:11 min | 2 years ago

The Children Of Smithfield

"In. March of Twenty Twenty might amend is was living in Lincoln, Nebraska she was working as an administrator at a public school. And then she got a call from her mom it was about their upcoming vacation she called in and asked me to call in and cancel the flights and see what their options were and I. think that's when it kind of hit me that corona virus was in Nebraska they had planned to visit family in Mexico but they decided with the virus it was a bad idea for her mom to travel. Might as mom had recently lost a kidney to cancer and was undergoing chemotherapy again, this time for lung cancer. It's been about a year and a half since she's been on last the latest treatment and that one seems to work while the spock's in her lung they're not necessarily getting bigger and they're slowly shrinking. But the doctor did say about it's it's a long process slow process and then the family made a decision, my parents both have jobs at a meat packing plant in Nebraska because their mom could be exposed to the corona virus at work they decided that mom should not go back to work. I think I just always worry. About not having her. Her Dad. He returned to the plant for financial reasons but might have was worried if her dad brought the virus home, it could be deadly for her mom. And I started asking him like you know what kind of protection are they giving you? Do you have face masks? He said they're giving us masks and I said, what does the mass look? He said it's like the beard net, but it's a full faced one and so then that's as like that's not gonNA protect you. You're still breathing in air through those holes like that does nothing. For my this was the first red flag and then on April sixteenth the meat packing plant where he worked a place called Smithfield confirmed its first case of Covid nineteen. That's when. My Dad started to. Kind of get scared to get I is kind of like it's not it's not here yet. And so when we heard about those first cases. It was very like it's here. It's real. From footer media, it's leading USA I Medina Hoarser and today the children of Smithfield speak. Throughout the early days of the covid nineteen pandemic, there was a lot of concern about the nations food supply specifically, the meat industry's supply chain. But last spring is cases of the virus surged in meatpacking plants across the country. It became clear that conditions in these plans were often unsafe. And that many of these now deemed is central workers worked speaking up because of their status or fear of retaliation around a fourth of all meatpacking workers are undocumented. and. So instead now it's the adult children and other family members of these meatpacking workers who have started to band together to advocate for their relatives. Might menaces parents work at a plant owned by Smithfield that's one of the largest meatpacking companies in the world. In April she joined with other quote children of Smithfield in the town of Crete Nebraska to begin demanding safer working conditions for their parents and relatives. reporters. Marianne Andrey and Esther. Honi have been reporting and following, Midas? Story Esther. Is going to pick up the story now. Myra is a woman in her late twenties with an athletic build an intense Brown eyes. And she's warm but she wouldn't say she's the social one in her family. I definitely consider myself as shy this whole time we've been in quarantine. I've been okay because I enjoy my time alone at home she says it's her dodd that's always been the extrovert he doesn't like to be quite. he's always talking, but he wants to jump into every conversation super affectionate and he's always like grabbing us and hugging and kissing those in like messing up our hair like that's his thing he wants to. Miss a bar hair and kisses at the same time in her family says always more of the caretaker. She has two younger brothers and she's always looked out for them when my second brother was born. I was babysitting him all summer and so he was a six month old than I was fifteen. I was the one in charge of taking care of him and I think a lot of. My character was built from being the oldest sibling just around the House I. Always was told like you have to be the example for your brothers kind of pave the way as a family always spent a lot of time together partially because they moved around a lot when she was little Mara's parents used to work as migrant farm workers. I was born in Washington stay in my parents picked fruits and other crops like potatoes we would move between Washington state and Idaho back and forth she was in third grade her parents emigrated from Mexico and later became US citizens heard they could get better and more stable work in Nebraska in meatpacking. It we need to move around anymore. But as a little kid, she was nervous about leaving her school where there are lots of other bilingual students. I just remembered in Washington stay they taught me in Spanish and English half day English half-day Spanish and so here I remember like my biggest fear I wasn't sure if I knew English said, do I really know English? Obviously I knew English but it was just not the atmosphere I was used to

Nebraska Smithfield Twenty Twenty Mexico Lung Cancer Washington Lincoln Administrator Crete Nebraska Medina Hoarser Marianne Andrey Mara Myra United States Brown
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus: A Big Android tablet

The Droid Life Show

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus: A Big Android tablet

"Somewhat interesting announcement was the galaxy. Tab s seven and s seven plus look these leaked. We knew they were coming but now that they're official and their prices and their specs, I I haven't cared about an android tablet really longtime these tablets sound like tablets you might want to care about for the first time in a while they started six hundred, fifty bucks they're not cheap tablets are high end tablets are we're pretty sure they're after I need sixty five's aren't they hundred twenty hurts yeah. Hundred Twenty Hertz refresh rates on their super high rez displays ones and LCD ones that amyloid. There Super Hot. So hundreds again, high-resolution lots of Ram lots of storage quad speakers. They can have five G. View on the run ANDROID ten with Samsung's one you I. HAVE SPF functionality. They look really nice. They're big like what's the smaller one would size display like it's also larger eleven inch yes. Eleven inches, and then the other one's twelve point four like this are huge. These are like many TV's but the accessories like keyboard stands and all that stuff I like attempted to grab one and just play with it I. Just I just don't know that. I believe that Andrey is good at all on tablets still and I just I think that'll probably be the frustrating experience there. Mutt they're coming I think also August twenty first I. Believe they. They finally

Andrey Samsung Official
L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:20 min | 2 years ago

L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club

"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.

Hollywood Chateau School Vincent Price Monaco Ray Hotel Twenty Twenty Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Baca Andrey Bellagio Johnny Depp James Dean Boris Karloff John Belushi Robert Bound Natalie Disney Humphrey Bogart Kate Moss Jay Z. Cinderella Castle Vesta Stallone
Interview With Elle Hearns

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Elle Hearns

"My guest is L. hearns. L. Is the founder of the Marketer P Johnson Institute, and if you follow me on my socials which by the way. Why do you listen to this podcast and not follow me on my socials but if you do, you would have seen L. on my instagram during the share, the Mike Now Campaign we talk about that. But also the Marshall Institute and I was just incredibly grateful to L. for her time and In that takeover of my instagram and then also to come on the podcast. So please Andrey this episode. Feeling. Still No no no Caralis? Awesome. Why always have guests introduce themselves when you introduce your? So absolutely My name is l. her I am the founder and executive director the Marsha p Johnson Institute my pronouns are mandatory and they are she her in her and I am a native of Columbus Ohio. I've never heard somebody say my prone mandatory. Let's pretty cool. Is that is that a state is unafraid use often. I do I think we've kind of bought into this idea that. Are Nouns are available for interpretation as opposed to being ways that we honor not who we are but I, we expect others to honor who we are. So I let people know you know that my pronouns are mine I try my. Best, to respect others you know especially under the guise of assumptions we assume people's pronouns more than we like to admit. Sure. How do you navigate that in your life? Do you find that you often ask folks for their pronounced? Asked when we first met I, think you asked early very early in the conversation. Yeah. For me I interchange. So I go. Between, using gender neutral pronouns for people whose pronounce I'm not aware of or acts directly specifically more intimate interactions that acts but though. At intimate I use just neutral language to be as respectful as I can. So you like. So in that case, you're going to default to them what you're saying yeah. Yeah. You know I always ever. Do at at, it was very difficult for me because you know as a Trans Woman I came into this kind of larger understanding of transmits. After. Leaving jail, and so the pronouns that are used for you in jail are. Very different than the pronouns of the world and so you know just in my life even prior to jail in just different experiences that I had a pronouns where not necessarily something that I saw people. To define for themselves.

L. Hearns Founder Marshall Institute P Johnson Institute Marsha P Johnson Institute Founder And Executive Director Andrey Columbus Ohio
"andrey" Discussed on Far Away Fan

Far Away Fan

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on Far Away Fan

"I. See The stadium in even MP's okay. Oh, he said okay. Come just come in well. I feel ready on what I feel very unhappy and he'd give a personal tour in Empty Stadium Yeah. He taught me about this history about the club about history what? You see that that's. Protection of the stadium is for this deficiency. His this this section of stadium is for the. Media for president, when they come. In, a fairly create for an and I I asked him. I asked him Stefan Oh beating half a chance to meet the team right now. No, I I don't think so because. The team currently is on training on the other city. Okay outside the forums, yeah! About after Stefano's said that normally normally be polio. Okay, this, not my time. Maybe maybe next time I can visit meet him in the proper way, but I don't give up, but I prefer not to giving up after the stadium I walk a nearby stalling, and then I found a Santos forty four centers forty four is a training ground. Okay, or if you're dinner, but as I remember I, remember Distefano state that there is no. Guarantee the. Team is on training either side not in the city, but I don't know I don't believe. I didn't believe him quite much, so so I just keep waiting I thought the security over day of the security of on the central. Spotty for I. Am a fans from. Car Donation I came here for Far Away and can you help me? Maybe there's a time for the players to come in. Yeah, he said why Lucky you like you said like you. The team will arrive maybe in four hours. He said for hours. Okay I with so I read for for hours outside the gate. and. I met some friends also Italy and France They are also part of your DNA. And I said. Why are you you every day? Are You everyday coming here? He said yes, well after he going back from work, and then he always waved the team. Just a chair. Hi, hi, hi, Why said his top supporter? It's top supporter. He knows everyone. He knows the security. People coming in and coming out from the training ground war his sport. So he helped him at the end after four years. Forty. Hours. For hours waiting brigade with him, and finally the one by one the pay you're coming with the car with their car so I, just stopped them at the gate and I saw asked them for signature and pick a photo. Itself memorable a fairly happiest moment in my life. Even my wife is angry because you spend one day just for waiting outside. better better shopping every like I, said no, no, please please do a favor for me. This is the important moment important moment for me. I don't know when I can come back to Italy again. I just, but but right now I. Don't want to spend a hundred one to. Any Chances Yeah I have to meet the players which plays. Did you meet all back? Then two thousand and see state the Captain Gonzalo decrease. Christianity you said Harrow Yeah I'd be for until six player, so I can get the signature. This is the clocks, oh. You got that Jersey signed the old saying that Josie. Just six years five or six players, because not all stem in still in training for national team. Can you send me a pitcher later? Yes, yes. I'll I'll put it on our instagram page and with the story. That some. Patients is. Is something that you have a lot of men? Patients with the team patients with waiting for them outside the club Fi-. Five hours waited five hours. Yeah, outside the gate. Do not think this. Euro. You're extremely patient man. I don't know why I don't know I. Many many of my friends. Many people surrounding me say that you should change the team La-. This is not the. Change should be. So, you can feel happy a bit. By yeah love. This is love up and down we. Have to support them. Beautiful! Release something. Is? is a personal how? Memorable experience as well for me. Yeah, cannot buy with any Manila. We have a active. Around on five hundred five hundred members at for now in Asia, so many people consider that you know, Nisha, perhaps they are just no defenders, Inter Milan victims, but surprisingly supporters of DNA is quite many in Asia especially in Jakarta, so you Y-. That's quite surprising as well when in. When they invite me to the the what's up group so I just know what mennea unknown in what's up? For Five, fifty and one hundred people with the yeah, so we can talk about fear in a in a ferry passionate way after especially after the game and we tried to command, disclaim is bad. We have to change coach and everything. We have to change their tactics everything. We try to be a coach. It's fun. It's fun. It's fun to have. A community is a community that How does a half a same interest same common interest? Yeah, football is not small in Indonesia. You have a lot of land for lot of the League's. Yeah, yeah football is our number one sport in here. Yeah, Predator passionate, but to support. Fiorentina is different because. You know it's not a big Tim. It's not the always winning, but still we managed to collect. To Join, and then they have a same patient with me, so it's happy there's there's one club in. It's how I found you is. Your question on each year, the club is a couple years ago. I forget the exact time. Start based on Jakarta and and and then start to get member from others cities like Java Sumatra and so always. Sea Island saw the activity is like football together mini soccer have forget very We Watch the game together. That's the regular thing that we managed to do until now, I saw, they're very popular on twitter as well. Yeah, yeah, and also Lately we tried to the Dominican of the the community management of fuel..

Jakarta Empty Stadium Italy football Stefan Oh Asia president polio twitter Distefano instagram Santos Stefano Captain Gonzalo League Sea Island Manila La Jersey Indonesia
"andrey" Discussed on Psynautical

Psynautical

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on Psynautical

"Especially lately I think like kind of out say health is like you know number one. I mean if you have any kind of Even if you kind of have like if it's even normal average I think you can do things to kind of like kind of with like biohacking or you know all kinds of different things To really improve yourself But there is like diet and stuff like that I don't know I'm you know especially like of Kaz Timothy Ferris's book For a work week time I read about twenty one That was really kind of Albany in game changing and I do think like You know I don't have mixed feelings about you. Know like kind of like a regular job or nine to five Just because I've some bad experiences in the past But I think if you have like some kind of idea or something you're gonNa work on or something. I really by encourage people to kind of try whether business or even if it's like a blog or youtube channel or whatever as long as you get started working on it Because I don't know I see a lot of people kind of kind of get kind of settled or complacent I don't know if it's do Kinda Kinda like social programming. Society is and I see that especially now with everything going on I see like some really good things about it but also see some really bad part about it and I think that moving forward it may change like you know how the commies aside and everything is changing but yeah I would say to Out also been a big fan of I'm usually pretty honest in usually pretty brock blunt and direct I believe in that to I don't really like to and I guess trying to kind of stay humble but also There's a forget it's a Japanese word or philosophy but always kind of had open mind be willing to learn more from others kind of Always learning as well to I think that's a I mean. Those are some very powerful thoughts definitely like. If you think you're a fool you'll be. You'll be the smartest in the room every time because then you're willing to learn from every single person. Their health obviously amazing. I think you definitely hit some some really important ones. There's there's something that came to mind. I do fuck Timothy Ferriss Tim. Ferriss is the best thing. I think. That was one of the few podcasts that I found besides Joe Rogan's obviously because he's the greatest at podcasting by then I found Tim Ferriss and man. I really appreciate that man breaking down. People's superpowers it's like. How did you get there? Because you're not super human. We all know that. None of us have superhuman. How did you establish that? Oh it's just there's just this line of Action Gulfport. I love him so much. The accent the accessibility of such potent information is so valuable and he just sitting there. You can have it. His other books are amazing to I don't actually well. I've been trying to listen to Kinda more podcast that I listen to Joe Rogan a bulletproof by Dave asprey but also Timothy Ferriss because they also they have a lot of interesting guests and they have a lot of different topics and stuff like that and really like information packed even Especially with recent events. I think he did Tim deforested one or two episodes on a covert nineteen kind of pronin how to help and stuff like that to which I thought was pretty cool. of him to Actually linked to I think one or two of those in my latest because I did do kind of an episode on Things kind of like kind of protect yourself or whatever I didn't really dive into like any conspiracy conspiracy theories or saying that. He's like a cure treatment. Because I don't want to spread false information big like that or or or is the episode just being taken down to the other? I mean that's smart. It's like you know I try my best also to to live with integrity to live in truth because there's plenty of misinformation going around on and there's plenty of click bait even going around to to just to get the views or to get the listens. They'll say Kay here's something that I know. At least I know to be true to an extent or two in my own experience. Like I'm not GonNa sit here and pretend to be at the thing but here's what I know about this and here's what I know about this. And here's something you can take for yourself so I respect that greatly. That's why like personally I I did a. I had a gentleman asked me to do a quick recording his podcasts about Dacoven nineteen and mental health. Now I was like all right. Well obviously I'm no therapist but I am very knowledgeable about my personal mental health. So I'll share to you with all the things that I've done to to stay grounded and you just go out there be creative. Talk to people stay useful and just try not to be present in the moment In a way that you know just release letting go of the worries by you know finding information that that that would ease your financial situations. I know it's easy to say especially for for for me sitting here but like mortgages you can cancel those now. You can't cancel my auto insurance because I know I'm not driving anywhere. You can apply for unemployment so many people have and I know there's a lot more opportunities to to get help at least be present right here right now tomorrow. Shit might just happen. You know and I have no control over that but I don't have control over this moment right here right now and right now. I'm having a wonderful conversation with you. And you're like nothing. If the corona hits me now fucking Rona what are you doing all right? I'll deal with that then but in this moment. I have my family all around me. I have these pretty drawings behind me. Whatever flipped they are and you know I have nice loving conversations happening. You know so. It's it's it's easy to say that but it does take practice to just like all right. What is what is around. Mean how what can I control? Because obviously we can't control corona we can't control the quarantine we can't control the lack of work. What can you control so I definitely definitely something that's important. Let's this happening. You WanNa know so much things about you know so many things about you. Okay Yeah I may have to cut this short disk because I've got stuff going on and forgot not that I don't WanNa talk. Start a stop talking to you. We could always do a few trips odor if you WANNA Do it It seems like kind of like a good point to kind of ended But we can set something up into future would do more episodes or just talk on facebook or whatever All likely have this episode. Probably within a day or two her sneak uploaded to different channels and stuff like that but I hear that. Yet Noah completely agree definitely were on facebook already. I appreciate your take on life and I look forward to learning more and you know. We'll see what happens between just stuff like that you know. Yeah I definitely appreciated this all right. Enjoy your day stay healthy. Don't die unless unless you want to. I guess I don't know do you. And do you see great pleasure?.

Tim Ferriss Joe Rogan Kaz Timothy Ferris youtube facebook brock Albany cure Kay Noah Rona Dave asprey
How Video Content Marketing Can Learn From Good Writing with Ann Handley from Marketing Profs

HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

09:14 min | 2 years ago

How Video Content Marketing Can Learn From Good Writing with Ann Handley from Marketing Profs

"My name is gain golden from video up and bid target. Along with my co-host my new coast. She's R. E. N. W. T. W. E. L. E. Y. Rene tea leaf video explained a lower Ni. Lo I am absolutely thrilled because hosting this podcast with you. I am so excited so much fun. And today we have a special guest and Ham. We from Marketing Profs. Welcome in. I'm so excited to be how come I don't get a big. You know a big little little rhyme around my last name. She's she's an H. A. N. D. L. E. Y. Just one letter of each. But she's Hanley for marketing Ross. That is so much better. I feel I feel now. I feel honored to be here fantastic and we asked you here because you are the expert for marketing. Profs about content marketing. And and we see you and you can tell us. Farrah we see you as the expert in writing principles but we want you to help inform us about how those principles can help with video. We know you video two and you talk about it. But how do these writing principles affect videoed? Is that a good topic for today at the perfect topic for today right so this is going to be a very short conversation next week. Thanks for being here so my first question to you is i. I WanNa talk in your training. You talked about writing writing rough drafts and outlines. Everyone does it differently but when we do videos at least personally what I do is I sort of write an outline because I find if I write a script. I'm too formal and and could you help us understand how video creators and business video creators can write better outlines that serve the videos. Yeah I mean first of all what I think is important to highlight in. What you just said was that you write an outline right and you know I do a lot of interviews like this. I do a lot of podcasts. And sometimes the host will say. Oh we're just GONNA wing it. We're just going to have a conversation. And that's fine like you want to allow for that sort of free whaling back and forth. You want it to feel conversational but you do want to have an outline right. You want to have a sense of guideposts and I think of them like you know sort of bumpers on the bowling lane right. It kind of keeps the ball from from going too far astray so that you know you're next thing you know you're you're completely in the gutter in zone. Metaphorically speaking I mean and so I think it's important to to write for video number. One and part of that is an outline. Sometimes it's a full blown script but depending on you know your project but I think it's important to involve some sort of writing in in your video creation process. So how do you do that You know I think. Writing for video is a little bit different than writing for text You know I published an email newsletter every other week For through my own personal website at an Hanley Dot com and how I approach that newsletter is not how I approach a video script. You know where to where to create you know by a Bi weekly or monthly video which I do not by the way but just having a sense. That video is much more conversational And that the the the tone and the effect of a video is a little bit different than taxed but nonetheless. I I still think you need some sort of guideposts along the way so a very specific tip around. That is whenever I read video script. This is gonNA sound. You know maybe Maybe a little bit elemental. But I don't use periods I use ellipses because when you like as we're speaking now for example it's not exactly like there is a hard stop as I'm speaking to you. Dane Andrey Comma. It's much more conversational. And so I find that when speaking in video that one line more or less does sort of morph into the other so when you put in on the lips versus a period. I think if you're following a script when you do that it prevents you from actually reading. You know what I'm saying. That's a great point because I was writing a script for someone the other day and I wrote and they didn't. It didn't sound like I had written it so I will be using that Well like you said like it doesn't sound like I had written it. Dot Dot dot dot dot nine series. That's how I would write that you know because I think if you say they'll Howard written it so you know it just it. It has a different sort of flow in a different tone. If you don't plan for a a real hard stop if instead one-sentence does roll into the other and that's the importance of the Ellipse by lips by the way for anybody who doesn't know it's like a literal dot dot dot instead of a period. Yeah I think that's a really great tip and I've actually been given scripts and as I start to read it out loud it just. It's grammatically correct. But it just sounds so formal and nothing. I would actually say in person so what I personally do was go through the script. Read it out loud and then change anything. That doesn't sound like I would naturally say like I'm speaking to someone And so I think you're tip is it's spot on. I love that So I have a question a little bit different. It's really around. You know I've I've heard you mention that marketers play it safe. They don't take big risks so as a marketer myself I I find this topic to be fascinating. So why is it that you think that marketers are playing it safe? And what advice do you have for them to sort of maybe get them out of their comfort zone to be able to take big risks for something that might be risk worthy? Yeah that's a really good point Risks are not worth taking all the time but I do think you just. I love how you term that you know. There are some things that I think are risk worthy An are there you know so. Why do marketers not take risks? I think there are a few reasons. It depends on the organization and it depends on the marketer. I think as well but number one from an organizational standpoint. It can be really difficult to rally team around something. That's risky because you're always going to have that person on the team who's like. Oh I don't know you know it's like we never we try to do something different. You know it it just feels like less of ashore thing my philosophy though is that if a sure thing it's probably not the best thing when it's one of those moments that matters right and so So you know a classic example would be if you are you know if you're launching a new product for example and you're launching a brand new marketing campaign you have to have the the the mindset that you want it to to do two things like you wanted to to breakthrough as everyone in marketing and every business everywhere wants to do But the second thing is you know you want it to reflect who you are as a company as an individual as a team depending on your point of view depending on who you are and so. I think it's important to take risks with that in mind right so you want something to actually resonate with your audience but you also want it to reflect who you are as a as a person and as a company and. I think it's difficult to do that. If you're always worried about offending somebody You know I I just I think if you try to appeal to everybody as the saying goes you know you're not going to be able to to anybody and so I would rather have one hundred raving fans than you know. One hundred thousand people who are sort of you know an on me right and you know that that one hundred thousand space is maybe it feels like it's a better place to be but ultimately for most businesses. I don't think it's the place we want to be. I mean most businesses don't really want to fit in with everyone else and kind of do the same things that everybody else is doing. It's just hard for people to kind of break out of that and do something. That's maybe untested know that it's even GonNa work Yeah so yeah and I I think one way around that is is to you know D- so determine those moments that matter most determined those moments when you you feel like you need to take a risk of some kind that you need to approach it with a different kind of mindset and start there I mean I'm I'm not saying that you need to to do crazy things and push the envelope all the time but I definitely think that there are moments when it's our jobs as marketers to appeal to the the the mindset of the person who's going to connect with you the very most so find that person figure out what will resonate most with them and don't worry about everybody else.

Hanley Dot Hanley R. E. N. W. T. W. E. L. E. Dane Andrey Comma Farrah Bi Weekly H. A. N. D. L. E. Howard
"andrey" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"On top of our core products. And we see ourselves as building a like an ecosystem Young people to connect and get value out of that. And you know. Have you been surprised at any of the directions people have taken. The products are are the integrations that they've asked for are built themselves. uh-huh Sir Yeah we see like wh- we'll edge that platform ron in private bat-alike several months back but we will see two hundred private that are built on our platform and use that so it was like surprise how we could start to ramp up and also like with Sita some blogging. We would think about think about like like you. Design features do designs product by. You can't imagine like watch problems. People have an how great they jumpin solving those problems anger. Yeah so inspired by some of those samples that we shape our thinking off platform counterpole. So that's really really good to see the attract. Somebody would have the appliance we see on the platform Oregon. Is That A. Is that a challenge for founder. I mean obviously you've kind of control the development of the product and direction. It's gone in but suddenly when you move to this platform play. It can go anywhere and you're you're no longer really in control is as much as you were in the past. That's true from one but there are two different. They mentioned so like as I mentioned currently OPE loggins are in private most so they used only by companies inside the company as as we are absolute low key. Ah Companies can develop whatever they and then we will definitely adds some of those in solid marketplace by. Its will be curated by out. I'm not so in this case we will definitely be Things that are most relevant to our audience used as yeah when the company use a floor of private offices they can with our they so I mean we see a lot of those cases. Yeah and it's quite interesting. You mentioned obviously the professional services model because certainly that was my my experience with with realtime board as it was two years ago that we were working with a wordpress development agency and they actually were were using it to share research with us and suddenly we were like hi. This is this is a really easy tool. It's a perfect hill for for distributed teams. On Sunday we started using it ourselves. I mean is that how have you SORTA structured. Maybe the business model or even the product itself to to make that kind of borrow spread more easier for people. Yeah we're back on consultants. We have planned for consultants and our product so that is dedicated to Multiple customers and this is pretty unique on the market was so consultants count use our products with customers and the data will be separated from customers customer. And Yeah we like the opportunity for us to expand our distribution and is that we weren't consultant so for example. This directory is something that we do for our like our users our consultants so we invited them to be part of that so they can operable best services all customers they can promote the fan blades. They create In Our blog Beijing tell the story so all community and we benefit from that because we connect our customers with some best in class professionals for example big Design Thinking Consultancy just matters is a huge partner of ours so they do a lot of things together with us and that's Mitchell beneficial okay and do you think given that your own background running a design studio and obviously working as a consultancy. Do you think you just more aware. Maybe of of the power of consultants from from a very early stage and that could be really powerful for helping to spread the product. Yeah partially defunct. That was the case about on the other side with try to follow our a user's usage patterns in the product so we try to continuously learn from or what people you know who does what and so on so that there are a lot of consultants who use own product with that customers and we just doubled down so we tried to build our product around major patrons Major major users better because the product is so horizontal and you can save it. They're all like almost any idea any use. It's double down on what's half the most tracks. I mean yeah. That's that's obviously a challenge is both a challenge and a blessing us because it is. It's like a real whiteboard isn't that you can pretty much use it. Use It for anything. But obviously there's there's particular people who you're going to show a high usage and interesting usage patterns and then that's that's what you decide to double down on exactly exactly and it's interesting as significant inflection points in growth Ross at Intercom was when we introduced a CSV import tool. So you know you did not integrate a Javascript snippet to get your customers into intercom anymore and dads and various people. uh-huh spoken about this in terms of what it did for growth. I mean has there been any similar moments for you guys in terms of when you've seen soden growth due to changes you've made in the products or maybe your business this model yeah. We did Several changes along the way so one of the biggest changes with ease in the boss was moving from personal subscribes absolutely jim subscription so it was back in Twenty fifteen I would say at the time slack already to gain some traction and they had like this team I found by default where a lot of products on the market had like injuries By votes we will also have individual plan but with saw that people collaborate each other and we. I thought that she's there for them if they will be with wants you and they can have finance itchy and they can upgrade that entity so we decided to switch to. It's a team based model and that was a huge driver for Alec rose by Kim the Bait and we see how many products now if you're as like test products Rolex and this become a huge trend now back in the days was like apple so that's one.

consultant OPE loggins ron Sita Oregon Ah Companies Alec rose Design Thinking Consultancy founder Ross professional services apple Mitchell partner Kim
"andrey" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"So android delighted to have you on the podcast? An inside edge come So you're obviously CEO and founder of Mirrow the visual collaboration platform. Can you give a bit of background and how you came. Found the company in an yourself and your experience sure Hijo ready to be here. Thanks for are invited. Me Yeah we were with Michael Founder Design Edge and we noticed that there is a huge problem communicate without a client software. Remote Komo toss so we thought like what can be a solution there and without like maybe we can grade something like a whiteboard online. And that's where we started. Sorry with MIRA and at that time it was a real board so it began MIRA. Just huffy airbag. Okay and why the switch of name from realtime board tomorrow yeah. That's a great question so one to be not just the company about the love. Mark celery though at Word of Mouth Bureau is famous Spanish artist. Who inspired us? This is playing tunes. have different shapes with very bright colors and with long dollar boards are kind of the same so we see every user create there as an artist and the bars are unique congress. So we wanted to bring a little bit parts into the day to day job of Probably under course When when Miro Dot COM is available that also helps if you're you know if you're thinking of changing the name Yeah I mean like wh what this domain saw It was kind of like available. We was from another company and so it was rebranding. It difficult process was great that we had a chance to. It's finally and I. It's great people allowed it especially those who are in design in product management so they understand the change and they inspired with a company in the product and obviously you mentioned the designers and product people use the product that. That's kind of your own background. I I mean is that is that kind of where you initially found traction with designers and product teams. Yeah so THERALAC summer whole group of users who initially started to use our product so designers. Here's out one of those and then product managers and then we see like people who use whiteboards on regular basis like scrum master Jiao coaches project managers program managers. Those those are waking on strategy so there are a lot of people who can benefit from wide or in real life so they moved to Mira and once you have someone who is not complicated with you you have to use something online. So that's where we come in and become those seems and I think it was Forbes. Maybe calls your you realtime board back in two thousand eleven when when you launched a virtual whiteboard on steroids. Do you think that description still fits. Absolutely the only thing I without now is online laugher on steroids. So we think about our cells not just like a Whiteboard whiteboards platform so we switched recently from products platform and wants to double down on that. So every user every customer can extend Over product platform provides. That's quite interesting so no I mean. Are you building integrations yourselves. Are you opening partners. Have you made that switch from from product platform. Yeah so we build a lot of integrations. Asians always sells the core integrations. Like Jira slack confluence so those products that people use a lot with our product and we want other are people to build integrations. They need so we. That's one of them Angles Is why this guy for integration. But it's not only great so there are other things that you can do with a classroom. For example you can embed marines any other products so you can bring whiteboards.

MIRA Hijo Michael Founder Design Edge Miro Dot COM Mouth Bureau CEO founder Forbes
"andrey" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

"It's a compelling conversation with a talent you don't often get to hear from so without further. Where do let's head over to the studio so android delighted to have you on the podcast? An inside edge come So you're obviously CEO and founder of Mirrow the visual collaboration platform. Can you give a bit of background and how you came. Found the company in an yourself and your experience sure Hijo ready to be here. Thanks for are invited. Me Yeah we were with Michael Founder Design Edge and we noticed that there is a huge problem communicate without a client software. Remote Komo toss so we thought like what can be a solution there and without like maybe we can grade something like a whiteboard online. And that's where we started. Sorry with MIRA and at that time it was a real board so it began MIRA. Just huffy airbag. Okay and why the switch of name from realtime board tomorrow yeah. That's a great question so one to be not just the company about the love. Mark celery though at Word of Mouth Bureau is famous Spanish artist. Who inspired us? This is playing tunes. have different shapes with very bright colors and with long dollar boards are kind of the same so we see every user create there as an artist and the bars are unique congress. So we wanted to bring a little bit parts into the day to day job of Probably under course When when Miro Dot COM is available that also helps if you're you know if you're thinking of changing the name Yeah I mean like wh what this domain saw It was kind of like available. We was from another company and so it was rebranding. It difficult process was great that we had a chance to. It's finally and I. It's great people allowed it especially those who are in design in product management so they understand the change and they inspired with a company in the product and obviously you mentioned the designers and product people use the product that. That's kind of your own background. I I mean is that is that kind of where you initially found traction with designers and product teams. Yeah so THERALAC summer whole group of users who initially started to use our product so designers. Here's out one of those and then product managers and then we see like people who use whiteboards on regular basis like scrum master Jiao coaches project managers program managers. Those those are waking on strategy so there are a lot of people who can benefit from wide or in real life so they moved to Mira and once you have someone who is not complicated with you you have to use something online. So that's where we come in and become those seems and I think it was Forbes. Maybe calls your you realtime board back in two thousand eleven when when you launched a virtual whiteboard on steroids. Do you think that description still fits. Absolutely the only thing I without now is online laugher on steroids. So we think about our cells not just like a Whiteboard whiteboards platform so we switched recently from products platform and wants to double down on that. So every user every customer can extend Over product platform provides. That's quite interesting so no I mean. Are you building integrations yourselves. Are you opening partners. Have you made that switch from from product platform. Yeah so we build a lot of integrations. Asians always sells the core integrations. Like Jira slack confluence so those products that people use a lot with our product and we want other are people to build integrations. They need so we. That's one of them Angles Is why this guy for integration. But it's not only great so there are other things that you can do with a classroom. For example you can embed marines any other products so you can bring whiteboards.

MIRA Hijo Michael Founder Design Edge Miro Dot COM Mouth Bureau CEO founder Forbes
The Symphonic Side of Wynton Marsalis

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

02:15 min | 2 years ago

The Symphonic Side of Wynton Marsalis

"Wynton Marsalis was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his work. Blood on the fields at two and a half hour jazz or thorough about a couple moving from slavery to Freedom Freedom Heaven Jus- own freedom is on his aw. It was the first time a jazz composition had ever won. But even the Wynton Marsalis is best known as a jazz trumpet player he also as a classical composer. Sorry himself he has written four seemed funny as and a Violin Concerto and this year he released a recording of symphony number three the swing symphony with adjusted adjusted Lincoln Center Orchestra Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Robertson. In these but guess extra Wynton Marsalis sits down with Kurt Andersen to talk about his love of classical music. He says it all started with a chance encounter on a New Orleans Streetcar when he was just a kit. So guy went into the back of the STREE- rijkaard white trump'll from college. which was unusual for a white guy? DOOKIE saw my trumpet trumpet case. Weight as a kid in the in the seventies. You're you're you're sitting in the back of the Streetcar. 'CAUSE 'cause that's the wire you didn't have to was not required that's where you were just was a mandated. You you wanted to sit there. Yeah but it was an area that was not populated with white. Gotcha so this student for. Some reason stepped across those lines and put his trumpet case down by mine so I was not dead daddy to see him. Everybody of course started looking at him and he was insisting on. Tell me something I was kind of not as friendly and fuzzy as I should have been but then he gave me an album just absolutely ran. mcgurn said check this album and it was an album of a trumpet. Player named Maurice Andrey and I thought you know classical music okay. Okay man the famous French but I didn't know he was a dead time. I was thirteen and I read the the album jacket or something said that his parents were coal miners and man. Is People. Disguise people worked in coal mines and he played classical trumpet. I got to put this on when I get home so I put it on. It was a recording.

Wynton Marsalis Kurt Andersen Lincoln Center Orchestra Saint New Orleans Streetcar Pulitzer Prize Stree David Robertson Maurice Andrey Mcgurn
Brown Sugar: A Tribute to Hip-Hop

This Movie Changed Me

03:49 min | 3 years ago

Brown Sugar: A Tribute to Hip-Hop

"I saw brown sugar. I was completely taken over by the music of course it's the first thing you notice about the movie the wonderful wonderful tribute to hip hop and owed love letter however you want to call it hip hop that permeates every scene in movie this because eight chess turn but the thing that carried me through watching it over and over and over again was the relationship between Sydney played by Sonali Johnathan and trae played by Taye Diggs. Their relationship is as equals not something I grew up watching calms. It's not something that I saw men and and women respecting each other to other as if they both believed each other to be intelligent equal human beings and their relationship gave me hope for what love could be wasted US whereas Philip Too potlucking at the block party you remember. I beat machine boy. You thought You d nice not our eight. Oh eight this simplicity provides a fine line between eloquence. That's implying. This has a dope. Line was my first published article. I can't wait for you to come out when you left I went out to. La Times every Wednesday a Yo com go to the park and read. It made me feel closeted love brown sugar. We begin the movie with Sydney entry as kids first learning and falling in love with hip hop and this love of hip hop is what connects them throughout their life. Sydney becomes a writer and editor of powerhouse hip. Hop Magazine Andrey gets into the recording recording industry. He's the man behind the artists and he gets into this field because of his love of hip hop but both Sydney Andrey are struggling to reconcile this. It's ideallic love that they have of hip hop with the reality. Did you sign a new act without consulting drake. I saw and I had to sign the man Never Messina. Shit like that a black and white rapid duah. I know they go here Kamal Man. You know that's just a gimmick these guys they have like no skills just straight it up. Why now I saw last night a real MC. This cat deserves a shot. He came with the real original real real hip hop given them. I'm trying to sell records to people will actually buy them so I need a boob. Who's going to be able to give me that M. T. V. rotation baby now been akin ran and ten the heat of future Babe Eminem. He paved the way they gonNA be like Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder Paul McCartney and and Michael Michael Jackson. Are you serious. Yes you really want me to do this. If you want to work for a millennium records that's what we do here. We make hits as we see hip hop grow and change we also see Sydney Andrey grow and change and it was this intertwining of love and hip hop that really spoke to poet Nick George in fact when lead producer. Maya emailed him to talk about brown sugar trigger he had this to say when I first saw brown sugar. Both love and hip hop. were new things to me. I thought I understood both I also thought their utility in my life was simple and yet through this movie. It became apparent that both are unpredictable. One of the major themes is evolution and allowing a thing to grow beyond what we thought we knew you about it.

Sydney Andrey Sydney Line Taye Diggs Kamal Man Stevie Wonder Paul Mccartney Michael Michael Jackson Sonali Johnathan Philip Nick George Never Messina Trae Writer And Editor Maya M. T. Producer
How Technology Can Help To Stay Hydrated

20 Minute Fitness

05:33 min | 3 years ago

How Technology Can Help To Stay Hydrated

"To now. Let's take a deep dive into the tag. Let's make sure you stay hydrated. I and the most accessible category today we have plumped nanny so plump ninety is an APP. That's been downloaded over one million times and it has an average rating of four point six six stars out of five which is not battle encourages you to drink regulate for gamification so stanley simple it features a call to implant which you had to keep alive and you have to grow the plums by watering it out says in time periods so it simply tracked how much you drink the Milwaukee audrain could also benefit your plan to if you want to compare it against your friends who has the most healthy plot then you need to make sure on top of your hydration. Vietnam just to stay from because you can collect all sorts of different species of plonked on each have different descriptions and names so you become quite Make sure that you're looking off to them which hopefully help build the unhealthy habit of drinking regulate and you can set yourself reminders to drink vin the APP whether this be every two four six hours but we should say is that all of the time that you put on the reminder should reflect the amount of exercise you're doing. You should respect your physiology and everything like that. How much it will volume. You're drinking within that time period as well so it shouldn't just be a case of say ongoing to drink every four hours. Every day. Gets Push notification that tells me I need to do this. Because if you wall out to exercise one day or on the wall for example nuance remind yourself should be drinking more regularly than this anyway but if you all wanting to remind yourself and if you want to set it to every two hours in this instance the features a simple graphic representative daily water intake and your consumption history so you can look you'll oh historic data and obviously set to go drink more than you did the previous day a week when you first download the APP is well. You'll be off to give activity status and your weight it and the apple suggest how much you should be drinking per day and again. I would say that they should be used as a guideline some day to day more exercise than others other days you you know be halted day more humid anubis to take on more fluids and they're loaded with five concern about obviously impact these number how much you should be drinking on a set day when you're eighteen for example example so that is a very simple straightforward interface from plod money that may help you to develop healthy habits and he preferred to obviously make your drinking habits A game said potentially becomes more interesting for you than this could be the APP fool you the next apple APPs we are looking at are cooled daily water drink reminder which again has an average rating four point five stars out to Fi- ad for android users that has an APP I'd recommend the water drink reminder which has over five hundred hundred and fifty thousand votes and a school full eight stars out of five so very popular operate on Android so what these common well the features they have in common. I vol will pop not a you'll be able to receive notification when you should be drinking. Water also cases just receiving these notifications each time to remind you drink water is enough off for some people to stop building up their minds and so subconsciously they should start drinking more because it was stars hammering the message home and it should become an automatic matic reaction for you. They allow you to choose the unit. Wish to measure your water consumption in whether this be onces milliliters and you can choose the volume of each gloss a bottle of won't you can choose their feel someone that drinks Gloucester often then you can reflect that within the APP or if he doesn't WanNa Jerome Water bottle then again you can set this and we're going to be delving into awesome small water bottles which wash consumption in a bid so maybe that's the sort of route you want to go down. Obviously this would require advocacy usually have their own APP associated with water bottle but just best unlimited that within these two ops you'll be able to see a slightly more detailed accounting consumption habits rather than just simple graphic the plot noni provides should be able to see more of a histogram which displays your consumption days an old way back to the past month so you can build up a little overview of your past month and how you've been doing hope you should be he say not the award consumption is increasing with daily water. which is the outflow? OPPO. You'll need to set a goal amount of volume and then track it which I oversee mentioned. Shen thought it fluctuates each day but again it's better than having no goal whilst if you're on Android with drink reminder like plot not a you'll be ause provide your weights and then as suggested amounts will be given you'll also within the drink reminder for Andrey appealed to trust your weight and you can then see the impact of your hydration levels on Mule weight and this is interesting because it's been numerous studies on presumptive away win and trillion which showcases those that did not change any other aspect of the life whether it be dieting. I told him on some activity they do tend to lose more weight with increased Walter consumption. One explanation may be that drinking water help to suppress your appetite so that could be it also if you'll opting for water might be as simple as your drinking less fizzy drinks for example of the less healthy options and some research indicates that drinking water OUGHTA can help to increase your body's resting energy expenditure so another good reason that youtube drinking. There's a lot of research behind the benefits in correlation with weight loss so thoughts goes than start upping your water intake again. These are very simple APPs that place them in the most accessible category that really just how helping give you reminders dream awards unenviable to look he'll daytime see if your improving but now a moving up for the categories and we're going to start looking

Wanna Jerome Water Apple Vietnam Oppo Representative Milwaukee Gloucester Shen FI Andrey Two Four Six Hours Four Hours Two Hours One Day
The Raptors take a Finals lead

SportsCenter AllNight

09:32 min | 3 years ago

The Raptors take a Finals lead

"So they were able to get the victory around rafters to seize lead in the NBA finals. Somebody wants to saying that goes, they never been down two games to win the NBA finals before this happened somebody that we're going back to Draymond green talking about right after the game, and he was very relaxed and at the podium being down to one in the history NBA finals series tied at one apiece. The loser of game three. Rarely goes on to win the Larry O eighty two percent of the time the winner of game three with the series tied at one apiece goes on to win the trophy. Now, one of the that, that eighteen percent has actually been the Golden State, Warriors calmed, dream on was typical just relax. This is nothing. We we've seen this movie. We start in this movie you go back to two thousand fifteen part of the eighteen percent. Golden State down to one to Cleveland. And they came back in, when they won the Larry O on the series four two. So watching, how relaxed Steph curry is after the game you when you lose comb court at you've stolen homecourt Andrey months talking about let man to get some guys healthy. And when game four up to Toronto win games come on back here. Celebrating grain things are head one time ahead. Yes. They have seen every scenario that you can imagine in the five straight finals. They've been to literally. Yes. And they have found ways more often than not to overcome the winning dot com Twitter, defeat my handle the Coleman ESPN ES Hannah, if it's ESPN, it's being relaxed, Freddie and Fitz. Simpson ESPN radio, you can definitely attach that to collide learner, and also Danny green, they attempted to range in their back pocket when he played for the San Antonio Spurs trying to do has not been done before a champion of NBA team north of the border in the country of Canada. They were relaxed at the winning game three and Coalisland even went on to talk about how his phrase has been trending on Twitter, all day was just the right message tonight for you guys on the white board, and who wrote it. And how well did cow reform that advice? I think we all kind of that advice. But it is easier to look at that now say it worked great for us special ingratiating night. It's been awhile since the playoff series. We haven't really had a good team shooting night on new eventually some point we would do for one. So luckily got one tonight. Well, we still have to do a better job defensively landed of Florida limit. Those guys better. So we don't have to rely on offense or shooting to win games for us. But luckily did tonight and hopefully next game can continue to stay warm and let it rip. And hopefully even better defense daily Shaquille. O'neal apparently offered some shooting advice to you. He's a pure shoot knew that. Can can you fill us in on on what he suggested? And what head performance? Yes. Books before the game briefly, you know, he's always on TNT set out there before the game is to shooting advice because he was good at it. And but, you know, the fundamentals, the small things to be confident and just hold the author obviously after a good shooting night. It's easy to, to see that. His vice has worked, but O'neil is he always yells them? You leave it as his way of saying, leave you hand up there. And be confident you're shot, but. He's always been that guy to me everywhere or year. We get on the playoffs or on the stage where, you know, he comes over and tells me stay confident, and he'll give me his shooting advice going into the game, especially when you found throughout the warriors are going to be without clay. How important was it in retrospect to make sure you got this one on the road? Very important. But I really didn't find out to the tape off starting. They told us that he was playing tonight. The mindset. Going on a Florida. He's playing. You know, a lot of pressure to, you know, main guys, not plane, still come on and get a win. You know, step play great tonight. But you know we got it to wins away. Now. Momentum. This momentum curious to Koiwa such balanced scoring from your starting unit. Help your game both offense ably defensively and the secondary question that I had for on social media aware that your catchphrase the board, man gets paid going, very viral right now, we just want to confirm that actually something that you said used to say that back when I was in high school in college. You know, just when to get to this to this league. Just is about, you know, working hard basically our opponent. You know, rebounds, hope you win games big rebounds, office rebounds. Limited team that one shot. And, you know, used to be our motto just, you know, some of this stuff in college that was trying to get to this point. I who questions the balanced scoring story unit help open up your game offense ably. You know, once I'm driving in paint, kicking guys, making the defense doesn't want to collapse as easy known, you know, we just gotta keep playing them in a flow. Really? We just we don't need to worry about me scorn, a basketball, we all score with the office that we have just got to keep moving in at times the ball, the offense is real stagnated. You know we just stay in one spot guard. If you're to finish so about just moving a ball plano. Plano. You know, the team sport interest in everyone always low key to why, and Danny green. Although had a little humor, about his new catchphrase taking hold on social media talking to media Toronto. Raptors one game three tonight. One twenty three to one zero nine. Ready Coleman on Freddie and Fitz on ESPN radio and ESPN app. Presented by progressive insurance. The one thing I love about this raptors team. They expected to be in this position. They expected that they were gonna be to one lead in this series yet. It talks about you gotta plan for Kate Klay Thompson, but we don't want to have to have the conversation. How did we lose that game? And he's not there and the ranch. Not. There. A one man gang led by Steph curry was able to beat us in game three they clearly understood that have been completely damaged in my mind had they lost this game tonight with those dudes not being out there because of anything the Golden State wars would have been more emboldened and I believe the five games. They came through tonight. And it shows the power, the warriors that many people believe, you know what? Got a chance to win this game. We wouldn't say that about plenty of other teams not having one dude out. But another superstar out with Kevin Klay Thompson. Looney. And yep. They they might get a chance to win this game against a fully capable raptors basketball. A ten point game with three twenty-seven ago when Steph Curry's diving around on the floor. I mean, it was one thirteen one oh three and I'm sitting there going wait a minute. When it wasn't it just fifteen about a minute and a half ago, I think they were going to win, but I was still amazed that it was a ten point game when you had Steph and Draymond essentially about it. And amygdala was what had eleven points tonight. It was a very quiet eleven may Livingston was not existence. Dan, DeMarcus cousins didn't give you. It was more game. One boogie cousins than game too. I mean not more was game one. I mean, we'll see one of seven to nine a belief, so he he looked like an old man now. Yeah. It was a complete flip flop from what we saw in game two. He went back to game one. And as far as the raptors go, you know they, they, they did they were supposed to do and what they didn't do in game two. They were gifted one in game. Tune gave it away five point at the half. Fifteen because golden kind of team that no leader safe with them. Well, yeah. The, the third quarter warrior show up. But tonight they didn't have clay, and I'm still, you know, typically cat to the wounded warriors where it's ten point game with three and a half to go and game three. When all you have is Steph, really I mean at forty seven. The next the war you're closest to him, it's scoring with thirty points. Fewer Draymond green was seventeen so six raptors in double digits. It was a complete team win by the raptors now folks, get ready. Buckle your seatbelt for game four because I believe Klay Thompson will be back. I agree. And I believe K D will make his first appearance. I think so I don't know if you'll start but he's going to have a say in

Raptors Steph Curry Warriors Kate Klay Thompson NBA Espn Toronto Basketball Danny Green Florida Twitter Cleveland Fitz Larry O Draymond Andrey Canada San Antonio Spurs Coalisland
"andrey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tell me if you you grew up on the south sounds like did my grandmother also called soap operas her story. Also the stories came on right? Yeah. Yeah. They they they did. Marcus cousins, man. I mean, you know, I I don't I don't pay too much attention to to really what what is it pain is or what he says. I just wanted to play basketball. Listen, he's lucky. He's in a place that they have story. Okay. He he could be not in the playoffs right now. You know what I'm saying? So you know, you should be lucky. He's playing with the Golden State Warriors a chance to win the championship. I wouldn't be complaining about much of anything. If I was on the Golden State Warriors right about now, you want to hear from me KENDALL. I'm on a championship team. You would hear anything for me? He's. About cousins is that you know, he he's he's a terrific player. But similar to Kevin Durant in that regard. He's a brooding superstar man, you're not in Sacramento anymore. You have a chance to win a championship. Who cares what they're writing about you? But but but for Draymond green and for Kevin Durant and for DeMarcus cousins all day are drama, magnets. So they are all into it. And they really shouldn't be. Yeah. I mean, why why make a comment on it? That tells me that you really like the stories that they create, you know, you don't pay any pitch and it goes away. So why even say anything about it? But you know, that's that's DeMarcus cousins and somewhat Kevin Durant as well. Andrey migraine, so I give you Golden State or the field, you go going with Golden State this year or do you have a team that's close? No, I don't have a team that's close. I think the Golden State has another one two years. At this level where nobody will beat them. You know, they beat the Houston Rockets last night by two without Kevin Durant. You know in the Houston Rockets were fully loaded. So, you know, I think that the Houston Rockets really are the only team with the firepower and the personnel close enough to beat the Golden State Warriors in a series. So I don't I don't see anybody else. Even come close to Kendall Gill with Jonathan hood on cap and company on ESPN one thousand and the ESPN app. I have not talked to you since the what Russell Westbrook story broke as we saw what happened in Utah where he in a fan of going back and forth. Actually, you know last night Westbrook was asked about what happened in Utah. Even though the story is now almost forty eight hours old are more. This is where west brutal reporter Russell last days..

Golden State Warriors DeMarcus cousins Kevin Durant Houston Rockets Marcus cousins Russell Westbrook Kendall Gill ESPN basketball Houston Jonathan hood Utah Andrey migraine Draymond green reporter Sacramento forty eight hours one two years
Facebook Shuts Down Controversial Ovano VPN App

Daily Tech News Show

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Facebook Shuts Down Controversial Ovano VPN App

"Facebook is removing it's another VPN app from the Google play store. VPN service will continue to work for existing users. What will eventually be shut down. They spaghetti. Use data from the apps users to conduct market research, but it has stopped that practice. Also, the company has also stopped recruiting new users of the Facebook research up for Andrey. Now, if you're wondering what about the IOS versions of all of this the Iowa's versions of both apps were banned by

Facebook Andrey Google Iowa
"andrey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"andrey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"For what they do and to praise ship. Andrey's for being an angel relate to feed the hungry. It's a biblical charge kits up biblical. He's feeding the hungry. Feeding out of work democrat federal workers in its soup kitchen. The beautiful thing. It's biblical. Says pelosi. Outta work federal employees at a soup kitchen set up by some celebrity chef Jose on the race. I don't know what he's a celebrity chef of I I really don't. But. You mentioned the big matches construction worker in in Staten Island at called early. Now. He's hearing about the fact it's biblical that a chef is doing soup kitchen meals for our work democratic government workers. Oh, by the way. Nathan Phillips has a Richard Blumenthal. Problem. Native American activists Indian Nathan Phillips never served in Vietnam, but raised money by saying he did Washington Post may have to issue. A retraction is a far left activists. He never served in Vietnam. Just like Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, never served never in the marines describing heroic action that he took in every couple of seconds, folks. Every two seconds. Somebody's online identity is stolen or defrauded. These statistics show that it happens that often it's not a big deal if it's not you. But if it's your identity, the chances are you're not even gonna know when it happens. That's the thing about this kind of crime. If you don't have LifeLock's identity theft protection, then it could be days or even weeks before you know, that somebody else is using.

Nathan Phillips Richard Blumenthal Andrey Vietnam Staten Island LifeLock Washington Post pelosi Jose Connecticut two seconds
Apple appoints AI chief John Giannandrea to exec team

Techmeme Ride Home

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Apple appoints AI chief John Giannandrea to exec team

"To that company or left that company or whatever, but I did make an exception earlier this year when artificial intelligence guru, John John Andrea was poached from Google by apple back in April. Well, late yesterday apple announced that GNA Andrea has been promoted to Apple's vaunted executive team as a senior vice president reporting directly to Tim cook the joke at the time of Gina Andreas hiring. Apple was that. Maybe he would be the one to finally get Siri to be you know, useful and accurate. But by now, putting all of Apple's efforts in the machine learning and AI space under g Andrey his portfolio and elevating that fully to a lofty height in the apple org. Chart. I think we can read the tea leaves pretty confidently to see that apple thinks that efforts in these areas are likely to become a crucial aspect of Apple's product development going forward for the next several years. Speaking of Siri, gene, Munster and the gang at loop ventures

Apple John John Andrea Siri Tim Cook Gina Andreas Senior Vice President Loop Ventures Google Munster Andrey AI Executive Product Development
Justin Bieber's Manager Scooter Braun Says He Feared Singer Would Die in His Sleep

Z Morning Zoo

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

Justin Bieber's Manager Scooter Braun Says He Feared Singer Would Die in His Sleep

"Morning. Sue presents celebrity dirt nominees for this year's American music awards were announced yesterday and Cardi B Andrey tied for the most with eight nominations apiece. Ed Sheeran impersonal, and we're next with five each I figure I go over the artists of the year nominees. We have Drake add Sharon post Malone. Imagine dragons and Taylor swift. And if you remember killer Smith has already one artists of the year three times, none of the other nominees have won that award before we will see it

Tracy Ellis Justin Bieber Ed Sheeran Taylor Swift Jackie. Morning American Music Awards Hersher Hills SUE Demi Levato Andrey Br Bradley Noel Drake Scooter Brian Smith Malia Malone Lebron Mali Molly Cocaine
Mexican elections are bloodiest in recent memory

Global News Podcast

02:25 min | 4 years ago

Mexican elections are bloodiest in recent memory

"The socalled we'd apocalypse dorms california pump dealers on sunday mexicans will vote in what's being described as the country's biggest ever election with the presidency the entire congress and thousands of state and municipal positions for grabs but it comes at a time of record levels of political violence the consequence of mexico's decadelong drug war many candidates at local and state level have been killed during the campaign as will grant reports from the state of guana guate if you own a phone in mexico the chances are you will have recently received one of these cools the recorded message asks you if you're in favor of letting off drug cartel leaders or kidnappers for their crimes part of a smear campaign against andrey's manuel lopez over door the frontrunner in the presidential election but in mexican elections dark and dirty tricks are overshadowed by something foam sinister in l tone the candidate for mayor close hit remedios was gunned down at a campaign event shot in the back six times by unknown gunmen instead of morning born common piece started campaigning no she's on the brink of becoming mad herself and says the first thing that people in the town want to see changes the suit of drug cartel led violence which claimed her husband's life meanwhile we see field the biggest problem in my municipality is a crime insecurity but i can't solve it to loan he would have to involve state and national level to we have no local police force there were sucked about eighteen months ago accused of corruption and replaced with federal forces some local candidates have been murdered to silence them or stop them from challenging the interest groups of the politicians were undoubtedly mixed up in the criminal underworld the state prosecutor in guanajuato says that was the case with conman northeast husband who she denies it in the plaza outside the church where his funeral was held most of those sitting in the square agree that mexico urgently needs change i just want them to govern well to end the violence in this town and to start helping those who most need it.

Congress Mexico Manuel Lopez Remedios Prosecutor Guanajuato Andrey Eighteen Months
Apply law to war crimes: Kuwait - Syria hits south - ARAB TIMES

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

02:32 min | 4 years ago

Apply law to war crimes: Kuwait - Syria hits south - ARAB TIMES

"The world's largest migrant population three and a half million syrians have fled civil war to arrive in turkey but they face discrimination and depressed wages thousands of children also among the most exploiting just see me as child is represent a lost generation that's in a couple of minutes bbc news with david austin symboblic as president emmerson mnangagwa's says he suspects a group which supported the former first lady grace mugabe whose behind the recent attempt on his life speaking to the bbc he stressed he had evidence yet and was waiting for the police to arrest and question suspects i tim seized from six residences linked to the former malaysian prime minister naci brazil and his wife had been valued at some two hundred and seventy million dollars the lease headey sees twelve thousand pieces of jewellery more than four hundred watches and nearly six hundred handbags army radio in somalia is reporting that the leader of the jihadist group are shebab has died the radio quoted an army colonel is saying that shake made aku a breakthrough beta died in the southern town of jilib after suffering from cancer somali and kenyan media previously reported that shakoor beta was suffering from a severe kidney problem and had been bedridden for the past seven months a judge in california has ruled that all families of illegal immigrants separated at the us border must be reunited within thirty days the judge said children under five must be packed with their parents within fourteen days the czech president militia xenon is appointed andrey baptish is head of a new administration it's the second time the controversial politician has tried to form a government since his party took the largest share of the vote in last october's elections one of the main opposition leaders in the democratic republic of congo last cartoon be is going on tryon along side six other people mr catoon is accused of recruiting foreign mercenaries in two thousand fifteen after falling out with president kabila south korean officials say young men are using a wide variety of tactics to dodge two years of mandatory military service including feigning insanity and obtaining full body tattoos bbc news welcome to business daily here on the bbc world service my name's ed butler today off two important elections here.

Jilib Mr Catoon TIM President Trump BBC Ed Butler Congo Andrey Baptish United States California Shebab Somalia Naci Brazil Prime Minister Grace Mugabe Emmerson Mnangagwa David Austin Symboblic Turkey Seventy Million Dollars
Golden State Warriors Rumors

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:30 min | 4 years ago

Golden State Warriors Rumors

"Golden state you gotta be kidding me but here is golden state's dilemma for all of you to know they are in the goshi asics they are talking with klay thompson they do plan on talking to him more so again this summer although klay thompson father michael thompson colleague here at espn radio out of la has stated that he sincerely doubts that klay thompson will sign a contract this summer he wants to wait until he becomes a free agent at twenty nineteen if you had a golden state warriors your top priority is to keep your core for intact klay thompson up after next season draymond green is up after two more seasons if lebron decides that indeed he wants to come to the bay area golden state would be in a position where lebron was to opt in and force the trade out of cleveland golden state would be in a position where you're talking about clay andrey mongering being gone in favor of making room for lebron join k d and stuff wolf getting i'm rooting for this to happen just so i can hear what it sounds like for stephen smith to lose his mind you've heard before don't threaten me right he said he apparently it's never have cool okay but didn't he come after durant in a way that suggested the loss mind situation that there was a movie trailer that we did because he was furious with kevin durant so he was more furious lebron james than he is with kevin durant to god that was in keeping it cool.

Klay Thompson LA Lebron Cleveland Stephen Smith Kevin Durant Michael Thompson Espn