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"assab" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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Blending Organizing Styles
"Elissa how are you? I'm so excited to be talking to you. I'm so excited to have this chance for us to chat. So tell me a little bit about yourself. Or unique life situation. What makes us unique? I mean, I. Don't have. It's not super exciting. I have four kids. My oldest is super exciting. It might make it a little more chaotic. Yeah it's fun. It's fun. So I have. A seventeen year old son and a fifteen year old daughter and a nine year old daughter and a seven year old daughter. So I have three girls and one boy. And I kind of have I feel like I have two sets of because my two oldest are two years apart in ahead to surprised babies after. So that's so fun. Sometimes. Keeping young and making me feel old at the same time. I have quite a few friends that have similar stories to that, and I, always think about the. Like what is it like when you're taking a baby to like I don't know if they're this far apart but like to junior high football game or but yeah, you know that it's just a whole different world it is and when I got pregnant with my third was I found out like the same month that I had got my second child into all day kindergarten and thought my life was like opening up for me and then I found out I was pregnant. So. It was like, oh Not yet. Yeah, I'm still going to be a mom so and and not that what you mean i. totally know what you mean. Yeah. It's been an adjustment but I'm getting I mean everybody's in school now. And so it's it's helping. Are they actually in school? I said that and I was like, aren't they? We're on day to like on our second day of them actually being gone and it's such a weird thing. I was telling my daughter yesterday I was like. It's so weird that you're going back to school, but it's so weird that it's so weird you know like S. Just anyway, that's that's exactly I have my two youngest are going every day because they go to a charter school. So they catch school decided to do every day. Everyone else is doing hybrid. From my high schooler is an doing hybrid, but she can handle it. I'm not very good at doing the online schooling. So it's been real blessing to have them back in school. yet, and I was telling my kids as the seasons come around. We're used to these patterns of things that just happen and school is like a big pattern. Back to school and going to school after summer. So when it was really up in the air really. Stressed me out a lot I. didn't know what we were GONNA do. Spend one that I like having my kids home and I always enjoy summer and I'm Oh i, always tell them. I'm said you guys are going back to school And then this year. was like, okay but everybody's ready to go because they're ready to get going with things and so then there was like, okay well, then I don't feel that way and then when they actually went, I've been like super depressed about it. You know. So it's just doesn't it? Yeah. Why can't anything be easy this year but whatever We'll get off that topic, but let's talk about. Oh I have a question that I would ask people. So you get to be my first one. Like what was your introduction to Assab comes clean was it but podcasts blog youtube like what was it and then I also WanNa know which thing has been. Like the most ongoingly helpful for you. Okay. So I would always get the audible ads on my facebook or just whatever social media I was using it was facebook though and I saw the cover of your. BLANKIE. But the first book that I read how to manage your home without losing your yes and I saw how the cover and I was like. Oh I think I might like I just like to the cover and plus. I am losing my mind. So that was like I need to. I need to read this book. So I actually downloaded the audiobook and it was like, oh my gosh, this is the first time I've. Read a whole lot of like housekeeping organization books mostly because. and. I think you can really I. Feel like I missed that chapter in my childhood like my mom. I. Hope Does never listen to this. I won't tell. My mom wasn't a great housekeeper. And I'm not a great house feel like I lot I missed like everybody knows what they're doing the normal people that you say they know how to do it and I never liked that and so whenever I read the books I'm like well, yeah. But I can't do
Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability
"Like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. What's your take on the strategy itself? Overall as you say, it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but certainly yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty from the twenty six danes strategies. Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, sixteen or? Taking a completely new direction. While the that, you can certainly say the why the two thousand twenty strategy is reaction to experience the twenty six strategy That the twenty sixteen subsequently strategy had a very large number of of objectives and Nisha announced under it. I think the government found the experience of trying to implement those very large number projected initiatives again, adopted under outcome Tambo's prime ministership around the breathing bruising exercise because the twenty twenty strategy dramatically rationalize is temptation I'm say that the broad spread of of initiatives and objectives under the strategy a kind of a toddler. Your decide that the Gospel confessed about ninety percent of the funding. Associated with these twenty twenty strategy he's allocated to security agencies So it goes into building. Capabilities with particularly the is day but also other security agencies on. Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, and that's well and good We have I think outstanding internationally recognized capabilities within is. and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. Maintain those capabilities in my time that that international ranking. Suppose big Criticism that that libraries had is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, mock the baseline up security security. Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy You know there's a lot of examples of that. Wall is day is absolutely world standard. Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description reminding at relatively low levels. you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. Seventies ago now. had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. Is Connect between very high capability. Inside Is Day lower levels of saga resilience and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. Telcos, absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. In the I six navy top fifty. And you start seeing. Very, different levels of resilience.
Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Sauvignon Blanc 2019
"Stay from cheap wine fighter dot com an edge again. Wine we got from trader Joe's trader Joe's. Since the Kobe thing has been kind of light on new wines, they came out with a few new ones and we have a new one today. And, it is the trader Joe's petite. Reserve Russian River valley saw vm blocked twenty-ninth teen. Always. Think it's seven, ninety, nine, hundred block and I was you know when you get one from fancy growing area like the Russian river, which is Costa Sonoma. The always think. It's maybe some fancy winery, the head, some leftover twenty, dollar wine, and. You. Know Trader Joe's got a deal on a small amount of it and L. Not for seven ninety nine not this time that does happen from time to time. But this is from Owl Ridge. Wine Services, which has been a company. Out of Russian river since two, thousand, four, they they're accustomed crush private label. You know if you want to start your own wine label, you go to them and you know you tell them what you want. They'll make it for you and label it and you can. You can make your own company and sell it to stores. Are you. If you're a trader, Joe's though, make you wanting to. And this is from the Russian river and they've been at it since two thousand four, which gives them years of having. Contacts with the local vineyards and wineries. So they have good resources. Trader Joe's as you know. Price Advantages Basically they don't advertise they don't have to. have. A distributors go store to store trying to sell their wind getting the shelves. Everything's done a front. I think they pay for it upfront to I'm not always sure about every single deal. But I do know that that is what happens with these wines. Once they contract for it and they pay for an upfront, it's there's to sell or not sell. So that's what we have going here, and this is blocked from the Russian river valley. I think I've had many of those Russian river is a wonderful place for one. There's some high end wineries in there. But I normally get the Pinot Noir Chardonnay that's that's what they're most well known for though I know there are some wonderful producers making. Saab block in there and some really good vineyards and. Probably from somebody's really good vineyard I'm gonNA take a SIP. Kinda reminds me of New Zealand but not quite. Got Some both flavors. It's got some. Spice. I. I wrote down all of my my tasty notes on the. Review on cheap wine DOT COM. To go into all the details but this isn't a light and fluffy patio cooler. You're GONNA WANNA. Go to put a good show on this, but you're going to sit down and you're gonNA. WanNa. Shrink it and thank you know just. figure out what's in there because there was. A little bit of cream a little bit of salty flavors spice. There's. Sweet Sour. There's Tart. Not. Bad, for something ninety nine. Russian river I'd like I said I don't normally get my assab yom blocked from the Russian river, but it gave me a little bit of New Zealand which is. Had good acidity didn't have that grab another glass of you know. Like so much with expensive wines, but it had good acidity. Tons of flavor. Aroma. There's nothing really to complain. I like my soviet-bloc young without a lot of aging bottle not a lot of production techniques. Crush the grapes do what you gotta do bottle maybe eight just a little bit. This is twenty nine hundred and they didn't age it that long. And let it go and that's what I like my own block, and that's what this is and it's seven, ninety nine. It's from a place that I don't normally get myself I'm block. which is a plus in my book. And and actually have a book. That's Quinton Tarantino quote and There's not like some no name for savvy blocked. Tastes. Good. It's interesting. It's well. -At's jeep hey it's what cheap wanting finders all about we found one that's interesting. Jeep if. Block, you'll like this it's A. It's it's GonNa be right in your
Elliot Seguin: Test Pilot
"Did you get an aviation? grew up in a flying family My Dad had assessment semi to for most of my childhood than than I guess when I was pretty young for remember you bought a swift and we had swift grown up in that timeframe when you start getting into get into cars, 'cause you WanNa get into girls He's hot rod out at swift. He put a big motor in it and set some records with and. It was the perfect sendoff to will not playing with Clark's. Their place instead. That is awesome and you've had a great career after a growing up aviation as an engineer being a part of a lot of special programs aviation. How did you progress into a professional aviation career? yes. So The big thing was me and you he he was a pilot but just for So it was a big thing in the family that for me to even think about making money with aviation I didn't really have a good model for that. So establishing that model really came down to two guys. One was my uncle Berle who was a mechanic and the other was a guy named Dave Grohl who restored A spearman's and t six is just down the road from the airport where I learned to ride my bicycle. So between those two guys, they sort of established that model for how you could. Use Airplanes to to make your money rather than just spend it, and that's that the sugar trajectory that led to the rest of it. That is awesome. So l. it you have a really cool company name was Sabi flight test was Sabi erasing how did that name come about? Yeah. So we're enough we were eating Sushi right No, but So we we did come up with the name eating Sushi. We were looking for a name for the for the race plane are we had bought our cast it project that happened to be green and I was looking for a name that would tie the the color of the airplane to the branding and would also fit well on the side of the airplane. Right there's like that aspect ratio between the. Pilot's seat back bulkhead in the front of the Horizontal Stab, you WanNa kind of that space efficiently as possible So between that and you know having a lot of. It was going to be fun for fun to say this is a really engineering response. Sorry about that. But that was where we came up with with Sabi unfortunately now, we're stuck with it so. So tell us a little bit that company. Yeah. So I think you Kinda Kinda. Talk about Michael Brawl in in Dave right back in. Michigan. Right and so you sort of like I'm GonNa make money with aviation like what does that look like you're trying to figure out like how to set those sites right sort of doing bookwork get engineering degree like how's it all add up to what end up in in Muhabi at scaled right so quickly that that Idea becoming an engineer on aviation engineer on airplanes to like like, can you fly like what it's like test like that's like a really exponential curve right? We go from like WHOA can I make money with airplane to like oh? Wow. Like Mike Millville is like a high school trained like NPR slash astronaut that is the coolest thing ever, and how do you like do that right? Well. It turns out like other people coming up with that same thing at the same time. So there was like a handful of us at scale and really at the Mojave airport that we're all sort of competing for like you know who was GonNa the the visualization was that. Somebody was going to have to sit in the right seat of those spaceship flights somewhere between like yeah. Melville was going to get the first flight you know Pete or whatever but it was gonna be some flights before customers were in the right seat in the back seat and that Steve was gonna you know some get bored and they were going to put someone there and you would have a chance to be an astronaut supersonic all reversible controls rocket engine like everything flying the world's greatest Hondo. So, creating a path to make yourself competitive for that in this environment like mojave work for spaceship one before they should wonder but voyageur Mohammed was desolate. There was nobody really after spatial won the place got like flooded with talent. So. There's all these guys that are buying for my spot. I want that spot, right so I go to work as hard as I can all day but the other day there's slow there's time left the end of the day. What am I gonNA, do with it, and that's where we saw became came down to right. So whether it was with air racing or helping a friend developed with a platform whatever I can subsidize my flight test activities with a full time job, and then ideally I don't have to. Be With the Siren headed like design the airplane builder my wife working you know basically two fulltime jobs to get things done as you move to where you're doing that more and more professionally like just not happening to build the airplane is such a huge benefit independent of whether or not I get paid or not right. So if you can use that full-time job to subsidize the back end, that's where it was Sabi allows me to build that resume that hopefully makes me competitive remember you know the the sort of the end of the the civilian test pilot dream scale was when they started bringing in More and more military trust train test pilots, right military test pilot right and it's two million bucks to make him a fighter pilot. Then you drop another million to two million to make him a test pilot that's what you're competing with as a civilian, right so high, you get that experience. So I have to like give away my time at least I didn't have to build all those airplanes to get the experience and that's what the the basis of Assab years. Right. I have to make a silly youtube video or do some engineering build an airplane whatever it is to the flight test experienced resume because that's First of all sort of unforgettable experience in second ball. That's what we're passionate about. So so that's You're
20 Minutes With Brian Keane
"So high Brian. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much for taking the time to speak to me today. How you doing? I'm doing amazing. Thank you so much for having. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. No aures thank you again brought. If you could start off just giving us an introduction to yourself yeah so my name is Brian ranking ranking fitness online. And I'm a former primary. School teacher turned fitness entrepreneur effectively. So to cut a long story short. I was a primary school teacher in London for four years and for two of those years I worked as a personal trainer nighttime walking in a gym with people looking to lose weight get fit or get stronger etc and then it's thousand fourteen. I moved back home him to the west of Ireland where I currently live and set up a one to one personal training business and then over the space of eighteen months two years of living full time at home in order to kind of match the supply and demand because of the amount of people that were coming to me for personal training. I moved my business online and over the last name. Since two thousand fifteen I've been primarily online with the exception of a couple of books books that I rise in the appearances that ideal person in terms of speaking everything else in the fitness ramble. My business is on line. Two programs one a sport specific the other is pure fitness Pacific. Civic and now I just spend my days talking to people like you and working with my online client doing some talks around the world that to kind of communicate with some awesome people. Yeah I've got a pretty awesome lifestyle per minute so long. No definitely greats ahead obviously as well with your podcast. That's another great resource for anyone that wants to find out more about what Bryant Definitely Chatham. We'll talk more about that throughout the podcast. First thing on the touchdown Brian McKnight's obviously you saw your other fitness industry as you said is a PT and did some fitness modeling now use of transitions since doing ultra endurance events. As well what's changed in your own way. You approach your fitness to not to want to make a massive lead so one of the things that I generally always advise people with fitness whether your couch to five K.. An absolute beginner. You've never step foot in the gym or ever done a workout or somebody. That's a near professional athlete or professional professional athletes and their life. If is training you always need to have a goal that you're setting in working towards and I'm the exact same with fitness and in two thousand and end fourteen. I started competing in fitness modeling. Embody I believe so stepping onstage and the end of two thousand fourteen I won a pro card fitness. Molly was basically just means that you can compete for more money and in two thousand and fifteen. I was preparing for the World Championships in Las Vegas and a few months prior to that my daughter was born and I remember having this moment where I was getting ready for a show. I couldn't form sentences in my head. Hey I'm so pleased and just hired all the time I remember thinking I'm going to be terrible dad if I keep doing this man. I made that decision there and then that I would do that show in Las Vegas and I did quite well that I came to the world's in Las Vegas and I decided I was stepping away. I needed to set a new fitness goal. This wasn't going to be my life anymore. It was too all consuming for me and and to be honest Charlie for the next eighteen months. I didn't really do anything in the fitness realm. I kind of trained a few days on and off. I always did something in the gym. High intensity interval training bodyweight workout aesthetics. You don't just Kinda messing around with it. But I didn't really have any serious fitness goals. Now I wrote my first book my first book. The fitness mindset which did really well that was sixteen weeks of the bestseller list on Amazon is an eighth consecutive weeks and wrote that in released in two thousand seventeen and after that point when I came off the back of the success of that book I was starting to get that little bit of a hollow auto feeling again Ronn like mine. I haven't set a goal for myself in ages. I haven't had any fitness school. Because I've been so focused on my business so focused on my family so focused on the book at the time and then I was at this event in Tony Robbins business mastery in Amsterdam and I met a friend who I've met a guy who sits become a close and personal friend totten's name and he ran what he told me about was ultra marathons and I had been from a world of played sports all my life football rugby soccer and I'd never heard of an ultra marathon marathons I like really ignorant the ass of the what an ultra marathon committee and he was like an over her marathon distance and he told me about this race in the Sahara called Maratha Saab which is marathon in the sand. It's six back to back marathons self sufficient through the Sahara desert in the north of Morocco and itself supported to carry all your food on your back to give you water checkpoints but evidence self sufficient. We need to have a venom pump within arms reach at all times so that your in case you get bitten by a snake armor. I'm telling you about this event. He did and I was like that sounds insane and planted the seat and I was like a couple of months later signed up for his having never random marathon having never ran and running when it's unfamiliar with the way I look. I'm fair from built like an marathon runner like I'm short and stock Yemeni harsh really built for Durance and I signed up in August two thousand seventeen and then decided that look. I need to start training for the marathon to solve in April of Twenty eight eighteen so I signed up to my first ever marathon there Dubai marathon in January two thousand eighteen Iran with a backpack in thirty five degrees and Dubai. By and from there on I just kept training in April around those six back to back marathons through the Sahara Avenue kind of got hooked and ultra endurance in February of this year around June thirty kilometers through the Arctic circle which was gold old. And now a minute. I'm currently trading for one hundred mile to marathon in Nevada in February. And so that's kind of a long story you've got a medium not long story. Short story brought to a kind of a medium to where I am. Now in the transition from bodybuilding fitness model into running ultra endurance events. Going to challenge my body in a different way then to be honest charity it. It all comes down just needed a goal to work towards because I train hired otherwise 'em and I recommend that to everybody. Listen it's relative like you don't have to run to the The Arctic for some people. It's just going to the gym twice going for a walk around the block after work. When you know you'll be tired or decided body weight program Monday Wednesday and Friday for the next three months? You know it's completely relative. What for me working towards a goal and not wanting Halloween into combat because? I'm not working any specific fitness goal. modest the distance is your Rhode Island oversee pre yourself in his positions blanket. Imagine it was just incredible when you actually accomplish them. Oh it's different. Especially to be honest. There was a huge difference between the first two between Maryland Assab because when Iran six back to back marathons in the Sahara. I'd never done anything like that before I ever marathon which was on the road in a few months earlier and I wasn't sure sure Charlie until I got to the finish line of the six back to back marathons if I was going to be able to finish like there's so many things that could have gone wrong. I was like I just didn't know the article slightly different. I knew I was going to finish that race. And it's probably a different story for different day but I tore my kidneys. Eighty six kilometers from the end of that race and the High A.. Different completely different relationship with pain. In 'cause I powered through for the eighty kilometers off three months after put I powered through honors. And what you get out of these events for me anyway like you just get this massive of net benefit your confidence grows. You feel like you can attack any obstacle comes your way you get really good at separating like real problems from perceived problems so like even in my everyday life in my business with my daughter with my family like I get very good between separating right. This isn't a rea- problem. This is an inconvenience. This can be fixed verses this is this is a real problem I e. There's something wrong with my daughter. There's something wrong with my mom. There's something wrong with the family. Member and ultra endurance gives me that. Because you're just doing that. On a micro basis. Yeah as I said you don't have to to do ultramarathons crazy events to get that people get it from different areas. But it's definitely something I've got. I've got a massive net benefit as a result of
"assab" Discussed on The First Degree
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"assab" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"You don't know what a CB an R M is it's a community based natural resource management group. So I'm actually going to let her tell you more about what that means. So without any further ado here, she is Maxine Lewis, Maxine thank you so much for joining me today. Thank you. So tell the listeners ju just for a little bit of background. I'm here in Namibia. I I was invited to speak at the journalism symposium portion of the CIC conservation conference, which is also a lot about conservation hunting next week. You guys will be able to hear a very in depth conversation that I had with a hunter who cares very deeply about conservation. But prior to that I wanted you to meet Maxine because Maxie kind enough to I guess guide us is a good way to put it when we visited a local conservancy here in Namibia. What was the name of that conservancy because I cannot pronounce it. But was conservancy. So it's a we speak click language in media. And so we have folk leaks in the language called the Damara NAMA language. And so it actually just means elephants corner quasi. It's elephant and ques- is corner. It's beautiful, and you yourself speak several languages don't as I speak several languages many. If you had to count them, maybe nine nine languages, okay? Is this because you have a kind of innate skill or is it because you felt the need to be able to communicate with so many different people. I grew up in a Assab what you guys do call up as we call it location. Okay. So we I grew up in location, and it was a multi tribal type of a location where I lived among people speaking different languages. They're dumb at a number language is what we're not part of it that I learned later on this. I started doing conservation were a lot of the other languages were very much bundling wages, so that's why it was easy for me to pick up because with bundling languages is always something that link onto the next, you know, language, so the Damron amount when the click one I learned when I started working in the northwest, this conservancy where I visited with with CARA, and that is where it was very interesting because this community I I was not from their community. So I didn't speak their language, and they decided that and I don't know whether it was a test. But they just decided, you know, what issues really willing to work with us and have this impact that she's promising us in our community. The first thing she she's going to do is to learn our language, and this very difficult language to learn because a lot of people find it very difficult to pro. Those clicks hours. I in meetings just to listen to this clicks, right and left and make sure that I pronounce them correctly, making sure that I learn the language. So that's the one language which I learned outside of where I grew up at the rest was just because I grew up in a very multi multicultural society, and you were born and raised here in the maybe I was born my father came from the neighboring. My mother, but it that is generations back. Father was came to Namibia in the late. I think it must have been close to maybe in the nineteen hundreds or something. That's what I hear. They move from Angola into maybe looking for some work or something. And so he moved here is that is my great great current file. So he found a job here. And they started working, and this is where he met my mother was born, but in they met my father here, and that's how I grew up. I was born in Windhoek, which is where we are. Now, not very far from him. Maybe twenty minutes drive in. I was born in a in a in a location, and I grew up in inventive..
"assab" Discussed on V103
"Listening to the voice come on. Now dig me one and only Steve Harvey. Got radio show. What God doing y'all? What are you doing? What are you doing in your life? You're doing something he moving he working. Don't lose your patience though. So I did that before don't lose your patience. Don't don't don't get so sick awaiting that you take matters into your own hands. Don't do that. Boy, you blowing it listen to me. You listening to somebody who's done it that way. I had a dream. I had a vision. I have some hope I have some faith. Has asthma rations. By got a little impatient. Wait nonni. So try to couple other things moving along blockade tell you. How messed it up. Then I messed it up, Dan. Because God gave me the power decision. What I had to do was then after I took matters into my own hand messed it up. Now. Guess what? He's still got some funny. But now, I gotta fix all the mistakes. Now, I gotta straighten him out. I gotta I gotta suffer some consequences. I gotta pay for my transgressions all of that all of that Scott to go down. You can't do something wrong and not pay for it. You call it karma, call it, whatever you wanna call it. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction every action. If it just stays sunny all the time, you might think is cool, but there's going to be a reaction to it. Ain't no dog a no shade a no break. A no rain going to be hard of his just sunny all the time vice versa. So you need you need the opposite you need to darkness. So you can get your break from that you need to rain. So you can nurse to routes. So so that's son. It can soak up to sun and get to benefited if you don't get the opposite. You got a problem man, and it happens throughout nature it happens throughout your life. Don't think that you can do wrong and not have to pay for that. See so might as well just go on and get with that now. 'cause that's it. You reap. What you? So. That's it. That's that's that's standard. At subaru. That's a law of nature. That's God's law. You can't get around that. Okay. Who you are you want to be the world's greatest drug pin? You die. Just like that. You reap misery on other people's lives. Misery coming to your life. You can justify it and call when I'm in a gang dismount. Who'd you, call it, whatever you wanna call it with that foolishness, you file and you out of line, and you're gonna pay for that. To think to see is man. We we think may cause we made a decision that we think is best for us. And no matter how it affects. Nobody else we got the right to make that call. No. You don't. No, you don't whoever is telling you that whoever's misguiding you into the gang life telling you man, you need to be this way to be down with us. I'll tell you what get yourself stuck on Chuck with that gang. See how many of them be there for you? Oh, they'll go round a corner which start shooting, but okay, when it's time to do some time, and they can less than they sent his you're going to get that time. They're going to put their finger day at you. I watch forty eight hours all the time. Man. I watch lockup raw all the time. All the time. All the time. Ain't no real cold dues out there. Just hold onto the mantra. It's sticking to it even the mob turn stateside evidence. Go fed all that. Now, we who we created this ignorant mess called no snitching, which ignored miss. You. Don't even understand no snitching was created by criminals as a code of honor. If you do dirt. You get busted doing the dirt. Don't bring my name up. If I was with you. That's a code of honor amongst these now, so many code of honor these that came out of prison ain't got no on a date and bought this stuff back to the street Nassau in the neighborhood. No snitching, no snitching. You gotta be crazy. That's for people who disobey the law. That's who people are made a code of. On amongst themselves. As the's ain't made of you. Get busted don't drag me down, which you just do your time. Oh, man. You can't bring that stuff out here. To me. I'm a law abiding citizen dog I'm trying to live right over here. Man. I don't want to crack house up street from my mama's house. I'm trying to do right out. He'll man you k do wrong and expect wrong. Not to come to you. You gotta make decision every day to do. Right. Could ask God. I was watching this thing on TV this gang down in Miami. They say a prayer before they go out and do a hit. What what what are you crazy who have you let tale you? This hot is work got some ritual. Go through man like God, go on them and protect them on on some dirt. I got I got no protection you own dirt. You got what you got coming? You made a decision. You go down there to get some you. You might got get got see we got to come on them. I'm talking to so many men out here right now should have said that enemy get him. But Macomer sation kind of got away from that was gonna talk to you about something else this morning, but did just only man because our communities man, it's just going to the pot, man. Cause ain't nobody cares about nobody else. Don't ObamaCare when they see that young over that doing wrong look at him foods over that, man. Go talk to one of them pulled him to the side man, you might not be able to approach to group, but you can approach an individual company young, man. Let me talk to you. I saw you the other day, man. You look like you got something going on in your life. What's happening, which let me talk to you, man. Let me share something. I learned I was doing what she was doing. You know, it's like Tommy did a prank phone call one time as a limo driver. And how to do depracote was he called his limo company to ask this limo driver to take him to this location late at night in a limo driver got a young business. He gone. Yeah. Okay. I got you. I don't know Maly work like that. But how long you need he say for just about an hour. He said what I'm going to charge you for the full three though. 'cause the three hour minimum Tommy told him now. I just need it for one hour. He okay. I'll give you break. Young man. You trying to do. So where you wanna go? He gave an address demand. Stop. Right. He say that's a Bank. He said. Yeah. He said you want to go to the Bank at twelve thirty at night. He say, yeah. And I'm in for a few minutes at when I come out their Bank. I need for you to flow it debt, do limo. He stopped right. He so hold on. Hold on. You want me to take you to a Bank twelve thirty at night, you going to be there for a few minutes, and you go come out, and you won't meet a floated he says, sir. I'll do stuff like that. He said you got the wrong company. He said what made you call him? He said, hey, man, don't worry about that. You will limo come to you just drive he stopped and took the time out. He said young, man. Let me tell you something he say I've been down before I been locked up before it ain't pretty he said S what's wrong with you. Young people today instead of going to get a job trying to work your way, you always look for some fast money. He someone tell you what already know don't go down there messing with people's money like that. 'cause they looked at money way more than they love you. And they will do something to you down. Now. Now, you stop this foolishness and I'm not saying you're nowhere. But I'm gonna take a little bit of time out to tell you something don't go downhill with messing with these people's money because it ain't gonna go. Good data will take care of the business when it comes to that money. Tommy kept insisting to this, man. To pick him up in limos a prank phone call. But the point I'm making it the may took out time he could just hung the phone up. But you know, what he's saying he's a whole young, man. Let me hip you to solve 'cause the brother had been locked up default. He said, no, no, no, see I've done that. When I was young now will stop it. I'm gonna take some moment out to tell you. I'm up here. Working man. Trying to earn honest living. I ain't going back down there. 'cause they make you eat what they want you to eat. You don't want to food. You gotta get up when they say get up. You gotta stay what they say. Stay Leah with who they say, he's a man your won't that. And he just tried to talk to young man out of it. You can change a young, man. His mind would accomplish sation all conversation can change your as most of these young men that are misguided ain't having conversations with real, man. They just not having them. And it's up to us. Who know what man who it is is the start delivering the message to the problem that we have in our communities week Assab ourselves, it an escalated to a point because we who are men won't stop on our corporate? Climb and our day to day making money and trying to ball out. We won't stop and grab somebody's young soldiers and telling the truth about man, that's the real deal. Okay. Side went down. Whether you're listening Steve Harvey morning.
A big auction is the latest in Americas race to 5G
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather Thomas testing centers. Learn more ahead to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. A big auction is the latest in America's race to five Jeep. But are we too late to the party from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Kimberly Adams in four Molly would. If you're shopping for holiday tech, you'll probably see a bunch of devices being marketed as five G ready five G is the next generation of super fast internet, but it needs infrastructure. More bandwidth for streaming videos games and connecting the ever-growing internet of things. The Federal Communications Commission is trying to open up that bandwith by auctioning off little used parts of publicly owned airwaves portions that may not have been useful for three or four G, but are now in high demand FCC Commissioner, Jessica Rosenthal explains. Why well what's really cool about these airwaves and this spectrum is it's high band spectrum? And that means it has a lot of capacity for broadband, though, that capacity is limited because the propagation characteristics of this spectrum are not that great. And what that means is. Is that we can pump lots of video on lots of activity over it. It's just the signal won't carry very far. But that's a new mix of technologies that were exploring with five G, and I'm excited to see it in market and at use in any kind of transition to a new technology. There are winners and losers as you're watching the results of this auction come in are you seeing kind of who's coming out on top. And and who may be losing out. Well, we don't have the results all in yet. But one of the things that I think we have to be mindful of is that we can't just sat aside. Our wireless airwaves for licensed uses sold at auction. We also have to keep some airwaves unlicensed and most people don't know what unlicensed airwaves are they might sound illicit or legal. But in fact, those are the airwaves were WI fi takes place. So we all use them every day kind of public property in the skies. And we gotta make sure that as we push more of our wireless airwaves to market. We keep some for unlicensed in WI fi as well. Some other countries have already done this are we behind where we should be in picking up this technology and rolling it out. I think we're at risk of falling behind, you know, the United States lead in the last generation of wireless technology known as four g we have about five percent of the world's population. But there was a point at which we had half the world's for G deployment. And what happened with that? Leadership role is amazing because the applications economy grew up here on our shores, the operating systems for smartphones all came from here, and you know, what other nations saw that leadership, and they're chomping at the bit to get ahead of us in this next generation. What's the consequence of that for us? Well, we'll have to see we are rounding the bend now about to hold many more auctions, which is a good thing. But we're going to be mindful of the fact that other nations watched our leadership in four G and are quite interested in making sure they're at the front of the pack for five G that was Jessica Rosenthal. Purcell one of four commissioners at the FCC and worth noting. Currently the only democrat the other recently retired. This is the first five G auction. There are more coming. But the FCC hasn't announced all the details yet, I'm Kimberly Adams. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN on Sherpur from Lincoln, Nebraska. And I listened at marketplace several times actually every day because it's got the economic news and developments that are important to me a donate to marketplace. So that it can be available to everyone and ask her hope you join me in this effort. Thanks to join Shepard. As a marketplace investor donate online, marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more hands free. 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Will the "techlash" mean people actually buy less tech?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. Will the tech lash mean people actually buy less tech during the holiday season? Don't go along on board games from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. A Molly would. This week. We've partnered with c net to talk about big trends in consumer technology. But to hear Twitter and the press Telit the biggest trend in tech is everyone being mad at tech. So we wondered if that might show up in the holiday shopping season. If people are worried about being bad for their mental health or their privacy. And whether the tech lash would seriously affect spending on consumer technology. Lindsey Turrentine is the editor in chief of seen it reviews. She has a real simple answer to that question in a word. No, the reality is when when no no we ask our audience, whether they were going to spend more or less money this year on technology and twenty five percent of them say that they're going to spend a larger proportion of their total budget on tech compared to last year. I think the way to think about this is that the tech lash or the idea of people kind of trying to put some boundaries around their tech usage extends to services, but not so much the hardware. Self because when we think about what we want to do with our free time, we really not going to be able to do it without using technology in some way and most of us want the best hardware to help us do that. Right. There have been some moves in the tech industry toward more mindful use of technology, though, that even if you are going to bring a lot of it into your house that maybe you should be more aware of how you're using. It is that something you think people are looking for. I do think that people are are looking for that. I think that people are aware that they can start to use their products to help them pursue things that are healthy maybe like meditation exercise or eating correctly rather than simply sitting there and doing what I sometimes call internet fib, relating, right? Just bouncing from Facebook to Twitter and back to Instagram and then back to Twitter, interestingly, sometimes hardware can help with that. So I think people are faced with this decision is a Fitbit going to help me be healthier. Or is it gonna further pull me into this world? And right now at least seen. Users are turning to technology to help them break away a little bit. And there's some irony there for sure it's sort of feels like what we're saying. Quite clearly as we look we don't want you to take over our lives or ruin it. But we'd still want to have this. Absolutely. And really what technology often provides for us is convenience. And so I think we're the industry right now is trying to provide a way to be conveniently healthy. It's sort of like in the old days with passive restraints on cars. I don't know if you remember when for a little while there were cars with self buckling seatbelts, and the idea was the car is going to help you be healthier or make a healthy choice by taking care of it for you. I think we're in the self buckling seatbelt moment with technology and tech is trying to sort out how much of that passive assistance. It can give you an how much of it. You have to choose to do on your own Lindsey Turrentine is the editor in chief of seen it reviews. You can hear all our stories from the last week by subscribing to the marketplace tech podcast find links to the research and the products we talked about on our website and right to. Us tell us what your interested in this year at M P tech at marketplace dot org. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. You trust marketplace to cover more than business news. You rely on us to connect the dots between complex economic issues. And why they matter to you to keep public service journalism going, strong, please go to marketplace dot org today and become a marketplace investor with a donation in any amount, we appreciate your support. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. And when you need to hire fast, exceleron your results with sponsor jobs. New users can try for free at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. Terms, conditions, and quality standards apply.
Thanks to "Fortnite" and esports, computers are almost cool again
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. Thanks support night and east sports. Computers are almost cooling in from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. First of all happy thanksgiving. Thanks for listening today and every day all this week on marketplace tech. We have partnered with c net talk about big trends in consumer technology once upon a time children, laptops and desktop computers. Were cool and not just the thing. You used for work, then phones and tablets came along gaming consoles got more popular and computers. No longer made the holiday shopping list, but that might be changing sea. Nets holiday shopping survey finds that young people are a lot more interested in computer hardware this year, mostly to play video games between fortnight and Eastport streaming kids are wanting more powerful systems than an XBox. Or a PS four, Dan Ackerman isn't editor at c net reviews who covers this area. He said there is a minor resurgence in the PC market. And a lot of that is driven by people who want to get really into PC gaming, which is suddenly very in vogue because people realize that the consoles that they play on or already four or five years old and kind of behind the curve, whereas modern. Shooters, frankly, look and play games so much better, especially if you have a four K TV or log people at four K monitors now, right? So one other trend we've seen lately is a kind of merging of laptops, and tablets and vice versa. What's driving that move? These big companies for the last of years have been trying to figure out how to capture some of the buzz and excitement that people had for the first five years or so about the ipad, and basically, no other tablets, just the ipad. They started by adding touched to a lot of them, then they started adding these little hinges that would fold back three hundred sixty degrees. I think most people who get one of these frankly, use them as a laptop ninety percent of the time as a tablet, you know, five percent of the time and the rest of the time, they just fold the screen back halfway and use it like a little kiosk a video display as people are making buying decisions around computers and laptops. We've had this age old question of Microsoft versus apple of course. But I wonder for people now as soft. Wear is less and less important. Does operating system matter if my operating system is essentially my browser you hit the nail exactly on the head. The experiential difference between using a MAC book, and using windows laptop is so much less than it ever was the Netflix works the same on both g mail works. The same on both Amazon works the same on both Facebook Instagram, and that's also why besides MAC, OS and windows ten a lot of people feel very comfortable using a Chromebook now, which was sort of an also ran in the computer category for years, frankly, if you gave somebody a Chromebook, it didn't tell him it was a Chromebook it might take them a while the notice because you're just surfing the web anyway. And it looks feels like chrome which you probably already use. There you go, and it's a great way to get a computer that feels fast and powerful for like four or five hundred dollars. Whereas if you bought a four hour windows laptop, it would work, but wouldn't really look. All right. Let's talk about the upgrade cycle and. Temped to ignore the messages for manufacturers. How often do people even need a new computer these days? Boy, these guys would love for you to buy a new laptop every couple of years they claim the life cycle on. Because though, it's twenty four months for you know, maybe three years a stretch for them. But people I talked to actually keep their laptops for a long time. But keeps them for four years five years six years. And it's it's less difficult now to do that because yes, new software comes out and requires more powerful processors to use. But most of the time you, and I are not using that. We're just frankly surfing the web and using that web browser interface like we talked about so your old MAC book air from three or four years ago. Frankly, works fine with that there may be a couple of websites that have really intensive and make it difficult to use it smoothly. But that's the exception. Rather than the rule. I think five years is a good rough back. The envelope estimate for what you should expect out of your laptop, especially if you're spending more than one thousand dollars on it. And you think about buying something a little fancier a little more expensive macbook pro versus macbook air. And you say, oh, I'm going to spread that cost out over five years. It may make a little more sense. Dan Ackerman is an editor at c net reviews focusing on PC's, and laptops, tomorrow is of course, black Friday the big shopping days. So we'll be back with senior editor in chief Lindsey Turrentine to talk about more mindful tech shopping. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. 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Your next TV will very likely be internet-ready
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers. The learn more had to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. The only reason anybody's buying a new TV is for the internet inside from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. All this week. We're partnering with c net reviews talking about the big trends in consumer technology. One of those trends has been that televisions which used to be in the pipedream category. Holiday gift ideas, are now more in these stocking stuffer price category television prices have been in free fall for over a decade and manufacturers have tried to keep people buying with gimmicks. Like three D And ultra high resolution four K, which does look great. But there still aren't many shows or sports being broadcast in four K as a result TV prices just keep getting lower. And the only thing that is getting people to buy them is streaming David Katz. Myers editor at c net covering TV's and home theater. The biggest growth this year. We've seen with Roku TV. So these are inexpensive televisions. Made by companies like TCL, high sense from China that a pack in this easy, smart TV system that Roku has almost perfected where it's just a bunch of absolute just like an iphone actually on your to your TV screen, and you. Do you jump in an ethics and Hulu and Amazon get right to your shows. And it's all with one simplified remote on the TV more and more people are using the systems built into their televisions, and Roku is kind of the ascendant one especially with this millennial audience that, you know, getting their first TV and can only for to spend a couple hundred bucks on these things, and they really are that cheap in a lot of the screen sizes. So TV's used to be a major investment, they're a lot cheaper now. And I wonder what that means for the TV market overall which has struggled, right? Yeah. The TV market has always been this. You know, cutthroat no margin kind of business. You know, you can get a fifty five inch TV for three hundred bucks. You can get a thirty two inch TV for one hundred twenty bucks, you know, in those used to be big screen sizes. And now, they're kind of the medium range in the profit growth. At least in the TV market is in the sixty five seventy five super big TV's, the United States. So that's kind of where the larger brands are focusing their efforts. Meanwhile, the TV's that are really selling really well are in that fifty five inch range, and they're they're just getting cheaper. What's happening? I know you also cover home theater, where's the growth happening there? A sound bars are really where it's at one of the coolest things we've seen this year is the integration of Alexa, into the sound bar so poke for example, as a sound or with Alexa, literally built into it. And you can just talk into thin air and say turn on my TV or, you know, volume mute those kind of things which is really useful. A nice merging of the smart home speaker with the entertainment system, I love that direction. Sonos also has a product that works in the same way little more expensive. So I think we we've said in the past seen at that. Every speaker is going to be a smart speaker really soon that trend meaning voice control speaker with Alexa, or Google assistant is certainly going to take hold with all these products because it just works beautifully for music. David katz. Myers editor at c net covering TV's and home theater tomorrow. We'll all hopefully be. Eating Turkey or tofurkey or some other delicious foods with our loved ones. And we'll be talking about a surprising trend in shopping this year, the kids these days kind of want computers. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN, Patrick and Santa Cruz. California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life. And that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet, m that will also include the future of transportation, Michigan has the most comprehensive autonomous real world testing under every road and weather condition and leads the nation and patents relating to navigation and smart mobility to learn more, visit planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas mobility are born.
A smart home for the holidays?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi and by Lincoln sales navigator with the sales industry changing so fast. It can be a challenging time to be a sales professional, but linked in is here to help blinked in provides you with unrivalled data on buyers through sales navigator as well as a smarter and more powerful way to approach them. Go to Lincoln dot com slash APM. Marketplace for your free thirty day trial and get closer to the right people. The smart home is coming home to a lot more people from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. A Molly would. All this week. We're partnering with seen it reviews. Talking about the big trends in consumer technology as we head into the holiday shopping season. And it appears that the smart home is finally a thing for a lot more people in two thousand seventeen almost twenty five million smart speakers were sold, according to the consumer Technology Association. So far this year nineteen million more smart speakers have already shipped and holiday shopping has just begun. And once these gadgets are in a house they can act like a gateway drug people buy more connected devices. So they can have Alexa, or Google control everything in the house. Rich Brown is an executive editor at c net reviews, covering appliances, and smart homes. He said this year smart devices are migrating into the kitchen now that WI FIS a little bit more ubiquitous, and that frankly that technology's better on on the side there may be a little more for real. You know, I'm not sure how many people are actually using these voices systems. To help out in the kitchen beyond basic stuff like set a timer or make a shopping list, but we have found that the recipe function with Google speakers. Especially in the Google smart. Displays is actually really good. Like the way it responds to your voice commands is actually pretty intuitive or it can pause when you're working through a recipe can pick up where you left off when you resume the conversation is actually very a very natural way to work with the machine to make something in the kitchen. What about the the privacy debate are seen it users coming and saying, okay, sure. But I'm only going to buy the one that doesn't have a camera built in all the time privacy is huge. And that's probably the thing we hear about most and reader comments. Right. So the Facebook portal video chat device that one. I mean, come on Facebook put that out there. I'm not sure what they were hoping for. But anybody who's sort of predicted that there would be a lot of consumer resistance, and the reviews would be critical given Facebook's own privacy issues me, I think they call that one. Interestingly Google has that that can. Free display like all the home hub that just put out a month or two ago. And that one has all the functions of the other smart displays, but no camera. But you know, the privacy concerns, we only have these companies for the most part at their word in terms of what they do with your data, and how will they protect it. So it's leap of faith for consumers for sure. How about some of these other sort of nascent parts of the smart home, like smart locks is that something that is appealing to the mainstream. Consumer or does it just mean, you're also giving tech support along with your gift? Yeah. I would be really wary about giving anybody a smart lock as a gift unless you're you're pretty good at installing that kind of thing. If you're thinking about other smart, home, stuff, smart security, and smart cameras. Those are pretty popular as a category in general, and the cameras are really pretty easy us kind of plugged them in get them on the internet. And then you can view it over your phone. There's no real installation that needs to go unless you want to attach to a fixed point on your wall or something. You know, it sort of depends on how much screwdriver time you want to take on or how ready you are to hire. A contractor to come in for somebody. Rich Brown is an executive editor at c net reviews. We'll be looking at more tech categories was seen it editors as the week goes on tomorrow. We're talking TV's the price drops that are a disaster for manufacturers. But great news for consumers. Keep up with all our coverage by subscribing to the marketplace tech podcast wherever you get your pods. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. 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The consumer electronics industry is ready for the most shopping-ful time of the year
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi and by linked in sales navigator with the sales industry changing so fast. It can be a challenging time to be a sales professional Lincoln is here to help with over half. A million members linked in provides you with unrivalled data on buyers through sales navigator as well as smarter and more powerful way to approach them. Go to Lincoln dot com slash APM. Marketplace for your free thirty day trial and get closer to the right people. The consumer electronics industry is ready for the most shopping full time of the year from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. It is thanksgiving week and the official start of the twenty eighteen holiday shopping season. So all this week. We're partnering with the online tech reviews and news sites c net to talk about the big trends in consumer technology this year net did a holiday survey asking its users what they're thinking about when it comes to tech. And this year the research bears out what the retail industry has already been saying it's going to be a big year for shopping, especially in tech Lindsey Turrentine is the editor in chief of c net reviews. She said it's not just about giving gifts. Either sixty percent of the survey's respondants plan to shop for themselves. Why all the self gifting well in a word sales things are cheap. I mean, that's really it. You know, what you want? Everybody knows what they want. And then you see this parade of cyber week. Black Friday cyber Monday deals. It's really hard. Not to be like, well, actually, I kind of want that expensive television. And I'm not gonna ask mom and dad for that. This is the moment. It's never going to be less expensive so nominal buy it for myself. Yep. The survey also found that twenty five percent of shoppers plan to spend more on tech this year is that do you think also because tech is getting cheaper. Or is it just more mainstream? I think it's just more mainstream. So we found that more than ever people want to receive for instance, smart watches, it used to be that cell phones were the top of our list now smart watches or at the top of our list. And we're finally reaching a point especially with apple watch. Let's be honest where it has reached mass adoption lots of people have them. It seems like a, you know, a quote unquote, normal gift not necessarily a nerdy gift. It's just a gift. Was there? Anything in the survey that particularly surprised you. I think that it is interesting how many people want to give or do give subscriptions to Amazon prime. It's a very specific surprise. But it's also a very specific thing. And we it's not uncommon to give subscriptions to things. An easy gift to give especially at the last minute. But we found that the most common subscription gift for people in our survey to give is a subscription to Amazon prime. So it's very meta. Like, oh, give you a subscription to something that allows you to give to other people. Let's talk about this sort of the industry broadly. Are there any surprising shakeouts with manufacturers? Are there brands that are pulling ahead that you didn't see coming or or companies that you're looking at the survey results and saying like, maybe you need to worry more than you thought. You know, I would say that in the smart home category. Google is catching up to Amazon, maybe even faster than we expected to Alexa, really was the stand in for smart home speakers in the past Google's catching up really quickly. We've seen them named. I think that apple well, obviously, a common gift brand. We are seeing a lot of interest in non apple phones, Google pixels. Getting a lot of attention. So we're seeing some up and comers. Start to pull ahead a little bit. Lindsey Turrentine is the editor in chief of C net reviews, you can find links to that holiday shopping survey at our website marketplace, tech dot org tomorrow. We'll take a deeper look at one of the hot categories, the smart home. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Over the past few months. You've been hearing divided decade are year long project covering the great recession, and it's ongoing impact. As a nonprofit news organization. We believe this kind of in depth. Reporting is essential to help people understand the economic forces that affect our lives to support this important work. Please go to marketplace dot org to become a marketplace investor with the donation of five dollars or more. Thank you. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Amazon web services. 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"assab" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Alice so much on the line. Let's start with the coin toss. To. Okay. Put them back to that is SMU won the initial contest here. They win. The coin flip. The Tigers are the ones. Well, actually, I think the Tigers wanted the furred. And so the Tigers will get the ball in the second half, and they'll get the wind, and there is a bit of a witch so nice to have your board on a very very meaningful football game. Everything all the stars of the line. The U of M with a win that I could end up playing Houston next week for the championship. SMU's won five of their last seven. They could become bowl eligible. They still have a chance to win the west. So this game has so much meeting in Jarvis the people here at SMU with a very classy beginning just a couple of minutes ago. A moment of silence for Kareem Salama Assab, we with all the university of Memphis family our hearts grief tonight's you can never wrap around the loss of a twenty two year old. Life Kareem was a smiling guy a positive guy he will be missed by his family and by many in his Memphis family. It is so sad. Our hearts our prayers are with the family all he wanted to do was play basketball come to this country try to make it for himself. He was from Giza Egypt. That's where the great pyramids are. And it would it be something that he wound up in.
Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers. The learn more had to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. Helen tear promises to see all crime with data. But does it work from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Data analytics company Pailin tier is reportedly considering going public Pailin tier is the company co founded by controversial Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, formerly of pay pal. It's named after an all seeing artifact in the Lord of the rings trilogy, and it promises police departments governments even the IRS that it can take in a huge amount of data and make a informed guesses to help track down criminals and in a secret pilot program in New Orleans, Pailin tear tech even tried to predict when crime would happen or who might be a victim. But lately, it's huge twenty billion dollar valuation is in doubt and privacy. Activists are concerned about its tactics. Let's dig into this in quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Mark Harris is a reporter who's covered Pailin tear for wired politics selling point is that can take these hundreds of data streams from old different kinds of systems that don't nobody worked together. And it can squeeze them all into this pot to come up with these insights. But that's actually really tricky because you have to understand a lot of different types of Audra, a lot of different types of software and databases and every company and every jurisdiction dustings way. Well, in one of the other things that's been speculated is that pollen tear may have actually promised cities like New Orleans or Los Angeles that it could do sort of pre crime prediction, right that it could sort of use artificial intelligence to say, oh crimes are more likely to happen here. You should direct resources that way. Yeah. It's the case that police departments want to be smarter about the way they deploy their offices and deployed their resources to question is can you do that in a way that respects people civil liberties that doesn't talk it populations minorities, perhaps a poll neighborhoods that have disproportionate amounts of policing? Even though there's plenty of crime happening. Elsewhere there's a cycle of there's been crime here in the past. So let's go there gin and. Or you can institutionalize a lot of biases and discriminations. The you know that we've seen historically in cities across America. It reminds me a little bit of the Cambridge Analytica story where they were saying look, we can use this data to micro target to such an extent that it will be like, we're psychic. We can get right inside someone's brain. And I wonder if there is a possibility that no company can do as much with mounds of data as they promise. Right. That's really true. Right. It's nice that they have success stories, but we're not seeing the day today work with not seeing how useful it is for officers, and some of the emails that I've seen, you know, found that some people using the thought it was path other people, you know, had struggled with it and struggle to get it usable by them and to give them useful results in their work. So you're right Parenti has this mystique of having trouble the intelligence agencies. They have a grey attractive background. They sound like a an interesting company to have that sort of technology working in your organization into the truth of it is can you actually see whether it pays for itself. I haven't seen those data it's entirely possible. And if they go public, which they're planning to do in the next couple of years, then we'll have a lot more visibility into what they're doing. Mark Harris wrote about Pailin tear in wired this month, you can find a link to that story at our website. Marketplace tech dot org. And now for some related links literally related this time. First of all, you have to read the Wall Street Journal story from the other day about pollen tear, and it's and possible problems with its business plan if only for the description of Pailin, tears, the Alex carp his beanies, but Varian farmhouse tied cheese swords loud German phone calls and how he describes Pailin tear as a quote colony of artists, but plenty of people find surveillance software. Neither Corky nor artistic last month. Several immigrant rights groups put out a report accusing Pailin tear along with Amazon and bay area company called forensic logic. Which does predictive crime analysis of helping the Trump administration excessively target immigrants for jail or deportation? Amazon you may have heard has been selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement agencies. The software is called recognition spelled with a creepy. K instead of a sif. In may the ACLU ran a test of the system and found that it accidentally match twenty eight members of congress with mugshots of other people. Amazon said it was mis calibrated last month and anonymous Amazon employee wrote a medium post saying that four hundred fifty employees inside the company had signed a letter to Jeff Bezos asking the company to stop selling the recognition software to law enforcement and actually to kick Pailin tear off of Amazon web services. What a tangled web of surveillance. We we've happy weekends everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet, m that will also include the future of transportation, Michigan has the most comprehensive Thomas real world testing under every road and weather condition and leads the nation and patents relating to navigation and smart mobility to learn more, visit planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas mobility are born.
A young digital media company sees an opportunity in black millennials
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi and by G, suite by Google cloud. A suite of cloud based productivity tools that includes g mail, doc. Slides sheets and drive you can make real time updates to the same document without having to keep track of multiple versions. And since all tools are cloud based your whole team can access the same document and work on the same page at the same time make it with G suite by Google cloud. Find out more at G, suite dot com. Tech savvy community that's million strong with money to spend black millennials are digital media. Gold from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Black millennials are tech savvy. Influential and spending about one hundred and sixty two billion dollars a year. According to a two thousand sixteen Nielsen study, and yet black people are incredibly under represented in tech and media enter blabbity a digital lifestyle brand for millennials of color. It started in two thousand fourteen and raised six and a half million dollars in venture funding earlier. This year is founders say it's advantage is their community. They'll pay to come to events and companies will pay to interact with them. Jeff Nelson is co founder and chief technical officer at blabbity I met him at one of those events last week's afro tech conference in San Francisco, which was born out of blabbity tech news site, what you leak about our business model is this combination of digital and in person experiences. Right. And that allows us to have such deep engagement from our audience that other platforms. Just don't have. You just got a website that website could be you know, the flavor of the month of the flavor of the year ob- if something new comes along than those readers go away for our audience. It's so much more than just the website and so much more than just the social channels on. It's also those in person events as well. So that combination I think really gives us a competitive advantage. Tell me about the audience for blabbity. What do you want them to get out of it? Well, so we've got a number of different verticals. Right. So traveling war. That's obviously traveled catered towards millennials of colors. Afro tech is for entrepreneurship at tech education in tech employment. I'll we've got Laverty news, which is for a general news and politics twenty one ninety which is for women's health, odd beauty and empowerment, and then we have sat on act, which is bills in media. The common denominator is millennials of color. Right. But what we've been able to do is we've been able to build these vertical specific brands where people who may fit into that general category. Can then select say while I'm really interested. And travel. So I'm gonna follow traveling war. And maybe I don't follow twenty one ninety or maybe I don't follow shadow an act, but I'm also a blabbity reader, right? So our audience is so huge across all those different brands. But they're so deeply engaged with at least one of our properties. When many of our audience are deeply engaged with two or more of our properties as well. Who's your competition? What we're really the only digital media platform. That's really catered to millennials of color across so many different verticals right earlier in our founding we were commonly referred to as the black BuzzFeed. But when we pay attention to we understand our audience also well because we are our audience, right? We're certainly inclusive. We think that the concept that Laverty opera deuces is certainly interest to everyone. But we are very intitial about is providing a platform for African American creators, providing content that we know is going to be of interest to African Americans because so few outlets have done that historically. And so if you doing that today, Jeff Nelson is a co founder and chief technical officer at blabbity tomorrow, also from Africa tech and interview with Mandela Dixon who created an online training program for underrepresented entrepreneurs. And now for some related links last week, we talked with Cori doctor oh about the digital millennium copyright act, and it's lingering effects, and how other countries are nevertheless trying to recreate some parts of it. The big one that everyone is worried about right now is the European Union's copyright directive. Especially part called article thirteen that's the one sometimes called the meme killer. It says that before big platforms published any uploaded content. First they have to skin it against a database of copyrighted material. That's why they call it the meme killer because in theory, if you made a me in that used a copyrighted photo or say a scene from a movie, it could get flagged by some algorithm and never get posted or in the case of YouTube at least, according to CEO, Susan Jiechi. It could basically ruin the creator economy and also YouTube. That's what she argued in a blog post and a financial times op Ed this week, you'll find a link to it at marketplace tech Todd org. Would you said it would be financial? Impossible for sites like YouTube to scan all the content, that's uploaded every hour or minute, and because of how confusing and arcane some rights agreements can be and how rightsholders themselves don't always agree article thirteen could mean that for example, YouTube wouldn't be able to post the music video for something as globally and universally beloved as d'esposito. Threatening to withhold d'esposito from the European Union. That is stone cold. Who's Mickey stone cold any ads in my head now to I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN.
Can apps help veterans suffering from PTSD?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers. The learn more had to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. Kennan app. Help veterans suffering from PTSD experts in vets say, yes from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Amy Choi in for Molly would. Justin Miller served eleven years in the US army and deployed twice to Iraq. I was medically retired out of Fort Stewart with three seven infantry he suffered from severe PTSD. So when I got out I felt like I failed. I felt it goes broken. I felt like I had nobody to reach out to nobody to talk to Miller almost became one of the twenty military veterans and active service members who die by suicide every day. He was saved in part by serendipitous phone, call from his friend, Christopher KADO, a fellow vet who helped talk him back. Now, Justin Chris have collaborated with a team to Billy app objective zero using social networking technology to make those kinds of vital connections between veteran's immediate and easily accessible when most veterans decided to commit suicide. They do it in the first five minutes. So we said we'll heck we don't have five minutes. We don't have time for a veteran to look up a place. Try to call them be put on hold or sent voicemail. We need something. That's instant an anonymous the app is designed so you can sign up as a user someone seeking help or an ambassador, a train volunteer who is there as support and be connected immediately via text or phone. We also made it. So you could be either. Or so one day. I'm having a bad day. I can go on as a user another day. I'm feeling good. I'm on top of the world. I am willing to listen. I can switch over and become an ambassador and the ambassadors. You gotta go through training process to show that you understand the signs of somebody suicidal and ways to help talk to him users have sent over sixteen thousand text messages and made more than three hundred and fifty hours of phone calls objective zero is also developing an algorithm that allows a veteran to opt into a support network, so friends and family can be alerted. If a user is showing signs of struggling such as dramatically changed, sleep patterns or unusual internet searches. Meanwhile, the Veterans Administration, which is the largest healthcare. Later in the US is also using apps to help veterans struggling with PTSD and finding that supporting veterans loved ones can have a significant impact as people cope with the return to civilian life after military service. I spoke to Jason Owen clinical psychologist with the VA about the work. He is doing the mobile behavior design lab to develop mental health apps for vets. So we heard very early on that one of the biggest shortcomings for veterans was that their family members are often not actively included in their care despite the family met her being the person it's really there and available to deliver twenty four seven support in wants to be involved. So we've done surveys of over two hundred and forty family members to get feedback on that original apt to ask what their needs were. And earlier this year, we released our second version of the PTSD family coach out it provides tools that are explicitly for family members. That was Jason. Owen clinical psychologist with the VA. You also heard from Justin Miller co founder and director of veteran in military affairs at objectives zero. If you're a veteran or a family member of a veteran seeking support all of these apps are available at the usual app. Stores and the VA's apps are available at my VA apps dot com. I'm Amy Choy. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more free. Thanks to planet them. That will also include the future of transportation with the American Center for mobility. Michigan has the most comprehensive autonomous real world testing under every road and weather condition to learn more visit planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born.
"assab" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Are we gonna get AGI anytime soon, some famous researchers like Rodney Brooks? Thank you won't happen. For hundreds of years, you'll be mine's founder Dennis Assab is the mystics and working to try to make it happen. Much sooner. Yes. Who's that guy? His name is max Teague, Mark. He is professor at a little place called MIT scientific director of the foundational question institute. And it's very interesting to listen, even talk about this. We worry about all of these things. Right. Like, oh my God. Here comes global warming and all of this stuff, but a is going to be here. And you know, what if I don't know better than us, maybe and recent surveys have shown that most AI researchers actually expecting to we will get AGI within decades. So within the lifetime of Minneapolis which begs the question, and then what what? If machines can do everything better. And she think about that for a second. We're going to at some point in time merge. Right. We're going to March. There's gonna be some sort of merging. I it's just it's going to happen. So we'll have our computer part and at the same time, we will be somewhat human. I don't see any other way chat. I know. And I've offered to be the first because that's the kind of person. I am. I'm just saying at some point in time. It's gonna happen. The way I see it. We face a choice when option Disney complacent because let's just build machines that can do everything we can do and not worry about the consequences. Come on. If we built acknowledge what could possibly go wrong. Everything could possibly go wrong. That's why the merging of the two will be vitally important. I'm just telling you guys. That's how important this is going to be the merging of the two of us together will stop AI from running amok. We'll be party I but part human, and we need to retain some of that humanity. As weird as that sounds of all the things I won't do this is at the top of the list. Joaquin Guzman was extradited to New York City in two thousand seventeen then US attorney for the eastern district of New York. Robert L Capers said the drug Lord known as El Chapo, he's a man known for no other life than a life of crime violence, death, and destruction. And now you'll have to answer to that. And that trial begins with jury selection amid extraordinary security measures the jury that will decide his fate on drug conspiracy charges will be anonymous is cartels accused of smuggling more than two hundred tons of cocaine into the United States. Yeah. No, this is what I would say we want you to know, what do you think gala things? Thank. And the answer is no no not gonna have. How do you find some people that would even be willing to to roll the dice at being on a jury of the most wanted man at the world at one time after Osama bin Laden died at a man who was killed? How many thousands upon thousands of people and made the Teflon, Don, look like know, boss, baby. How do you do? That. No way. I'll pass. Thank you say. I'll pass say what say what? No, no. The answer's no look at me Bolger. He was there for twelve hours. You don't think somebody insides not gonna know something people talk to you because that's what humans like to do. So I'm gonna give big mighty. Thank you very much and I'll pass three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow.
"assab" Discussed on WTVN
"Brewing. Uptown deli and brew in Westerville. Joining me tonight. Just a quick question on the side. Here's Scott is a hotdog a sandwich. Yes, it is. Because Oscar Mayer has has said that and they opened up their phone line. Just to invite people to call up and grumble, and I gotta say you're wrong. I can't accept the hot dog. What is it? It's a hot dog. It's it's a hot dog in a bun and a sandwich has got to clear cut distinctly different pieces of bread containing some meat. Maybe some lettuce some cheese Somme. Oh, a hot dog is is it's like a clam almost with a hot dog is are you saying submarine sandwich? A euro is or isn't a sandwich like. It's a combination me man, come at me from all directions. You saying Saab is not a sandwich. Assab is is completely like two separate chunks bread. No. There isn't. Not really. Unhinged. Like you. What's more interesting is is listened to had to cry today by blind, faith, that was awesome. Good job. I tell you what what we'll get more as to whether a hotdog is actually we won't debate that really much more. We're gonna talk about the beer that that Scott just poured. We got to get into the newsroom first. And then we'll come back with more on the Friday beer show. But first, let's see if we can get an instant grand in your hand with this keyword.
An argument for algorithms that reflect our highest ideals
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud. Then you need think about with Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. So far algorithms have been a mirror reflecting some of our worst traits. But what if we tried to make them better than we are from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Earlier this week Google announced twenty five million dollars in grants for organisations working on artificial intelligence for social good like stopping sex trafficking or wildlife conservation or eliminating biases and algorithms that perpetuate things like racism and gender discrimination. It's an admission that algorithms and AI are not neutral and more care should be taken with their design. Jamie Suskind is a lawyer and author of the new book future politics living together in a world transformed by tech, he argues that we can actually design algorithms that reflect our highest ideals. We all building these systems they all controlled by humans. They all owned by humans. They ought designed by humans. It is not beyond the Ken of Google to make a system that doesn't come up with criminal background checks. Every time you such for the name of someone who sounds African American because it may well be plenty of people have. Have clicked on that in the post, but plenty of people can be kind of racist. So why would you build a system the replicates that rather than one which actively counters it? It does it gets back to the who decides question though. Right. I mean, you are asking humans to make value judgments in order to create better algorithms, and some of those value judgments might be obvious. But you know, we don't agree on much apparently anymore ever. I completely agree with you. But let's just break this down just looking back in the ground sweep of human history, the railways being contested values. But what humans have struggled full for thousands of years is with some degree of oversight. Or at the very least some degree of transparency about the decision. Making bodies that affect our lives in the pasta may be king's conquers and today parliaments and in the future. They'll be increasingly those who write the code that shapes all day today lives. I look forward to a time where we can debate in good faith, the political implications of Google's algorithm, choices algorithm. But the truth is most of his kept secret just now, and if you can get to the latter while the one that I just described I think you'll be an improvement on today's. Because at the very least, then we can try to agree that the Papa shouldn't just be the enrichment of the tech firm. But rather the common good as a whole it feels like when you look at all of this distorting Forcier is going to be capitalism. Right. Like, the the reason not to make Dalgard them's transparent is going to be competition. And that seems to be a hard forced overcome. And that's a key argument in my book, what we have is systems that are being generated developed and deployed pursuant to the logic of capitalism, which is fine. But actually that consequences kind of political and the logic of politics would say at she they should be more use for the common. Good. They should be regulated and overseen whereas logic of capitalism says they should be used to compete, and they should be used to enrich. Jamie Suskind is author of the new book future. Politics living together in a world transformed by tack on that enrichment note Google recently cancelled a contract to develop AI with the department of defense and said it wouldn't develop. Weapons related I in the future. But Google did say, it might still take other military contracts down the road. And now for some related links. This is actually going to be something that old school listeners of mine might recognize as a Molly rent, if we are going to have a conversation about ethics in technology than we really really need to talk about apps for kids because apparently the development of apps for kids exist in an ethical raise zone that is somewhere between clubbing baby seals and handing out raisins on Halloween. There's the part where they're designed to be totally addictive. There's the part where they're jammed with in-app payments so kids and even adults accidentally ended up spending like a car payment buying extra coins or do hickeys to keep on playing even in apps for kids as young as pod ler age. There's the part where thousands of Android apps might be illegally collecting data on little kids despite federal laws that say you can't collect data on kids younger than thirteen. And then according to this great piece by Nelly bulls in the New York Times on Tuesday. There's the part. Where researchers have discovered to their shock and horror that these apps are also jammed full of acts like the kind of ads where the host of the program pressures kids to buy stuff, and then cries when they don't again, we're talking about apps designed for kids age five and under and what is extra disturbing is that the wealthy techies who contributed so much to this ecosystem now realize how damaging it can be and they're restricting its use in their homes and their schools leaving everyone else to let tablets crammed with ads babysit their kids the application of ethics to technology is going to be a very long historical arch-. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN sign up for our daily Email newsletter by October thirty first and you could be in for a Halloween treats, we're giving away ten treat bags filled with some great marketplace swag, including our high powered phone charger. A pretty cool. Gadget you cannot get anywhere else. 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The privacy debate is starting to pit tech against tech
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud. Then you need think about with Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. The privacy debate is starting to pit tech against tech from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Apple CEO, Tim cook through down about privacy in the tech industry or what he called the data industrial complex. He called for the United States to adopt comprehensive digital privacy regulations. Apple has stressed privacy. As a selling point over the past couple of years. But this was a big broadside at a couple of the other biggest tech firms in the world, namely, Facebook and Google, and it's worth noting that it's easy for apple to tout privacy when the option it's offering is a closed ecosystem where the company controls every aspect of the technology. Let's dig into this in quality assurance the Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Tony Romm is tech policy reporter at the Washington Post. He covered cooks remarks. I think Tim cook is pretty frustrated with Silicon Valley. He's certainly not the only one these days for the company, though, Abba was able to do this because it's business model is so much different than a company like Facebook and Google. Those two companies rely on collecting data about you and turning that data into insights that can then be sold to advertisers. That's how they monetize things with apple. It's different. We're talking about the sale of iphones and ipads in macbook pros, apple CEO. Tim cook has a bit more of a runway to talk about these things than his peers. What did you think about these comments afterward by Facebook's former chief security officer, Alex demos? He said Tim cook is being a little hypocritical because the company accommodates Chinese censorship and essentially saying nobody's clean when they're making billions of dollars off of selling technology dead and even beyond what alexan- was was pointing out in his tweets for member. When you're on your iphone when you're using the search feature you're using Google search there, there's always been terrain between apple and Google with respect to search. So some of the things that Tim cook is lamenting when he talks about privacy or things that in some ways the iphone enables by nudging you towards using Google search in some settings. But I think that it's to the bigger issue here, which is that for many of these companies. Their troubles with governments are very complex, and they're pretty wide ranging it should any tech company be framing the conversation right now, especially a conversation about regulation on privacy. Well, whether they should or they shouldn't be framing it. They certainly are. And that's because these companies don't want to be regulated in a way that affects their ability to collect information and monetize it and many of them are really worried in particular because of what happened in Europe end in California over the better part of the past few years Europe, put in place, very very tough restrictions that how companies can collect in use information, and then California Welden head and did its own version of that sort of GDP are is we call it for the United States. These companies don't want to have to follow multiple sets of rules in different parts of the country. So that's why you're seeing them talk so much about regulation because it's in their interests to set the rules to have a voice in the conversation, so to speak so that they aren't burdened by the regulations put forward by governments. That's Tony Romm tech policy reporter at the Washington Post and indeed while tech. Giants have previously fought against federal privacy. Regulation in recent months, Facebook, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and others have been lobbying the US government for federal privacy law that they have a bigger hand in writing. Now for some related links. Interesting editorial from Cape visine at CNBC saying that if apple stakes its reputation on privacy, insecurity, it could end up with more to lose than Facebook or Google because if it gets hacked or suddenly wants to say monetize data a little bit for its growing apps store at business. It'll be an even bigger hit to its reputation. I guess the flip side of that is the kind of nihilistic argument that at this point we won't be surprised to Facebook or Google or misuse our information on plump, but also this is a bit unusual. But I wanna point you toward a Twitter conversation. I saw you'll find the link at our website marketplace, tech dot org, a reader and venture capitalist was responding to Wall Street Journal writer, Christopher mims about a piece he wrote Thursday on the backlash against big tech. The reader said, maybe we shouldn't think of tech as one category since people aren't really that mad at say into it or Salesforce. And mims responded and said, yeah, you know, maybe what people are really afraid of is specific categories like hem social media. That's a direct quote. I think that this is kind of the heart of this apple versus everybody conversation and something we've been trying to untangle when we talk about the data economy, the business model underneath a few of these huge powerful companies is the data. And as we start to understand the difference. Maybe we can have a better conversation about what we want and don't want in our lives. I'm still not one hundred percent sure that the total control alternative that apple is offering his where I want to end up though, like I wish I could still have Facebook. But with the rules that Tim cook talked about in his tweet storm. I mean can't they make money? And also tell me what information they collect. And why and let me say, no. No, ma'am party is the producer of marketplace tech eve, chose our senior producer, Dan Powell engineered the show this week. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. Enjoy your weekend. Everybody. 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A long quest in Texas for a better voting machine
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need think about with Sabi it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi and by the block, lend solutions conference, curious about blockchain technology for business applications and more attend the block lends solutions conference December first through fourth at Cleveland's Huntington convention center, you'll learn from leaders who've successfully applied blockchain technology to the organization and how you can to learn more and register at block lane, Cleveland dot com. Slash podcast. Electronic voting systems seemed like the perfect solution to unreliable paper voting, but we still need the receipts from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying. The digital economy I'm Ali, would. This week, we're talking election security and technology. Today's story starts with old tech paper. Remember the two thousand presidential election fiasco, and the hanging chads you know, those little bits of paper that stuck to the paper ballots and confused. Vote counters so much that the supreme court eventually had to decide the election. Well, as a result in two thousand two, congress passed the help America vote act. It set new voting standards and gave election offices a bunch of money mostly for new electron ick voting machines. But within a few years, election security officials were asking for a good old fashioned paper trail. And so at that time around two thousand six, a couple of vendors quickly designed a paper trail that they sort of just slapped onto the equipment and it just didn't work. That's Dana d voire. She runs elections in Travis county, Texas, which includes the city of Austin. It was. Rather gigantic failure. If you can imagine a voting system with a cash register tape under glass, this was how most of the voting audit trails were developed. So very quickly, this paper trail fell by the wayside. And for many years, what came after was the reminder, this failed once vendors were not going to try again. And so Dana d'avoir set out to design her own voting machine. She called it star vote. It's an acronym for secure transparent, auditable and reliable. So a star vote. What we said was, let's try to fix several of the problems that we have with electronic voting including the fact that it's too expensive. So we, we wanted it to be an open source system. We wanted it to be very easy for voters to you the so it had to be something that they could take the paper out of the machine and look at and examine themselves. But system would let both voters and election officials verify. That votes were cast correctly after some heavy lifting on design d'ivoire, went looking for someone to build her dream voting machine, and there were no takers. Last year. She went back to the voting machine vendors to see if they could meet just two of her requirements. One of them is we must have a paper trail that actually works and we must have the capability to use that paper trail. We have to be able to conduct post-election audits, and it turns out one company was able to make that work. That's good news. The marketplace has come a long way even if it has taken us fifteen years and the incredible patience of voters to get this far. Unfortunately, the new machines aren't expected to roll out until twenty twenty, but paper receipts are finally part of the US election assistance Commission's guidelines for voting machines. And Deborah says, that's the key to making sure voters feel competent about voting and I don't. I think it's a matter of just trust. I think it is actual proof of the veracity of the election. Once we have a paper trail, then I think it's very difficult call any election into question tomorrow on the show. The state of Illinois voter registration system was hacked in two thousand sixteen how that state is responding and rebuilding that trust. We just talked about. And now for some related links from the financial times, a story about a study out of Oxford University that will make you never want to install an app. Again, it looked at more than nine hundred fifty thousand apps on the Google play store in the US and the UK. Those are apps on Android. It found that almost ninety percent of them are set up to send information back to Google forty. Two percent can send information to Facebook. Others can send to Twitter variety and Microsoft, or even Amazon. And of course, some ad networks and data brokers. This information can include your age, gender, and location plus information about what other apps you have installed. Now, Google responded and said, the researchers were confusing, basic crash reports and usage analytics with data sharing. Google said it's app. Developers have clear guidelines for how they can use those analytics. But the researchers said is clear that developers are Norring those guidelines. Oh, and this is fun news app. Games and children's apps seemed to send information to the most third parties and speaking of the children in case you missed it and astonishing story out of Florida on Monday the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it told a shuttle company to stop testing a self driving school bus with actual children in it. The company trans Dev had gotten permission to test and autonomous shuttle for demo purposes. But nitsa said not as a school bus. I mean at this point I think I'd trust auto from the Simpsons more than a self driving bus. I'm just saying I'm Ali would, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Sign up for our daily Email newsletter by October thirty first, and you could be in for a Halloween treats. We're giving away ten treat bags filled with some great marketplace, swag, including our high powered phone charger, a pretty cool gadget. You cannot get anywhere else subscribed today at marketplace, dot org for your chance to win and good luck.
There are a lot of fish in the sea. Blockchain could help keep track of them.
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need think about with Sabi it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. There are a lot of fish in the sea. Blockchain could help keep track of them from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying. The digital economy I'm jed Kim in for Molly would. Blockchain. It's the buzzword in startups. The digital transaction technology backs, the crypto currencies. We hear so much about, yeah, I'm talking about bitcoin, but business plans abound to give every industry of blockchain makeover. We're talking real estate drug prescriptions. My usual beat as a reporter on marketplace is sustainability and companies in that space. See blockchain as a way to verify every step of product takes Jason. Berry hill is doing that for sustainable seafood. I talked with him about a project called fish coin right now. He says the fishing industry operates in murky waters, seafood supply chains. Unlike many different commodities there very long and fragmented. And because of that, we lose track of where this seafood comes from. You know a lot of the seafood they think is coming from Alaska. It's Alaskan seafood, yes, but it it goes to China, I and it comes back here or elsewhere in Asia in berry hill says, the fix for this problem is data data collected. They reported at every turn. Concerned that seafood really is sustainable. He caught processed and sold, but it hasn't been easy if I may shrimp farmer in Indonesia, or if I'm a wild capture Fisher in in Asia, why am I going to take the extra effort to capture and communicate data about the seafood when it has zero impact on my lively enter fish coin boat captains shrimp farmers, warehouse workers, and others can get digital tokens in exchange for a reporting where they got their product and who they ended it off to. They can exchange this virtual currency for something of actual value credit on their cell phones. Each fish coin transaction is recorded on the blockchain, a shared leisure that is open, transparent and controlled by no one in particular. Berryhill says that last part is important because sustainable business depends on trust. I was at a conference recently, the global aquaculture alliance, and it has a lot of the major players in the in the seafood industry there. And I was on a panel and I was very. Thing. I said, if we created the perfect platform for traceability who in this room gets to own it, everybody kinda looks around. And then I said, what about a government are, is anyone here comfortable with the government, owning it and which government? So who gets to own the data flow? In other words, the problem is that there's no good answer that question. What blockchain does well is that it is will it can be a decentralized platform. It can be something where we can share data, but it's very unclear which particular individual owns it because it's shared ledger. That's where it has a lot of power, and that's where it's very appropriate for the seafood industry. Jason berry hill is with each mile technologies which designed fish coin. He says he doesn't have a background in seafood, but in telecom and it was working in the mobile payments market in Asia that got him into this world and the realization that while very few fishermen have a Bank account or a government issued ID almost all of them have a cell phone. I'm jed Kim, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM.
"assab" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"I'll get this. Really, sexy radio voice. You're single. Aren't you? Write my goodness. The women are going to be writing you just because they want to shake with you. Okay. I mean had told you the show's offbeat Winston. Oh my gosh. Talk to professional meetings. All right. So our mission abolish it gets to grow jobs in productivity through believe or not pivotal winer coffee meetings. Now, when you have this meeting with someone that maybe it's a client prospect when you have as you put it the social lubricant in front of you, what better way to get to know, the person the business mind, the collaborator the artists behind someone that you may work directly or indirectly with or potential keep as a as a business contact then exchange ideas, you know, been twenty to thirty minutes sitting down, and when you get that face-to-face meeting as you put it when when wine was invented as a community tool facilitator it establishes trust and respect right? When there's trust and respect Assab wish then you end up doing business with people on we all know this because I did business for company before this. And for four years, we always wanted to go out there and need our clientele. And when you do the productivity increases because you get commitments project commitments. Time commitments and so forth. And so the problem, we're solving is that digital connections are not professional relationships. So you mentioned before you're you're we're talking about your Lincoln before David. So when you get an accept or ignore invitation from Lincoln member sometimes that might not amount to anything. Right. And so what we're trying to do is bridge dot that missing piece. And where that connection now actually means something to you in terms of your experience with that person. The feeling the vibe you got for you didn't order to continue business. Well, we had a show on a couple of weeks ago. The main guest that I had on was the author of a book that was about speaking human and the gist of that conversation as we are becoming less human all the time because we do everything online. We do everything in little short word bites. You know, whether it's Twitter or just a simple message three on and we've lost that human touch. And I think that the idea of getting face to face once again with. People and adding a social element to it is something that we have really really lost touch with absolutely recite line on pixels. These days. More phone to our laptop. And then if someone can't reach you live your phone than the voice, no has that expression of emotion in for me when I do business with people. I I want to know who I'm dealing with you know, or get a good feeling good comfortable feeling of trust on who I'm dealing with reconnecting people with us. All right. That is all the time we have so for those who are interested in getting application. Just go to the app store and search for Bolshevik traveling me, that's it ya'll you'll find it there. And I think you had said also that if shake is not available in your particular area, you can write them, and they'll try to do everything their power to make you one of the next to be brought online we're taking feedback right now. Again, the emails Winston a bottle dot com. You'll say alot let me know what region you're at. And we're going to open up regions city by city, and hopefully you have a good. He goes just so here's what I'm gonna do just to help you get the ball rolling. I'm going to offer for the first four meetings that are set up and. Not four people at one meeting, but four distinctly different meetings. Whoever set set meeting up, and they successfully come and have a meeting I'm going to hand you a twenty five dollar gift certificate to the grape encounters emporium. You can't you can't spend it on alcohol. It's not legal, but you can spend it on everything else. And we have lots of stuff to spend on. Thank you, David. Let's do very nice of you. Yeah. And we had talked about yesterday in. We're at right between LA and San Francisco in the mid exactly. So what a great idea to bring north meets south together. Exactly midpoint come here. But that's all the time. We have right now. I'm glad this is going well for you. I'm going to be keeping an eye on you for a long time, and congratulations on some very forward thinking ideas here that I think helped to return a little humanity back.
"assab" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast, welcome back as we continue the Dobson from Alabama will join us these to safety, and we'll talk about playing for Nick Sabin having a couple of different coordinators during his tenure from Kirby smart to where we are right now with tasha also Jeremy Pruitt. Let's go to legend in Alabama. Hey, what's up coats with. Don. Good tall. Thanks for having me on the great show. Great. So, hey, they might be some questions about the Alabama second day today. No question that the Thompson's one of the best safety in American history. I mean, yeah, I got the person against Louisville. The guy was all over the field. I mean, like Choi, follow move. You know. You know. The guy. I absolutely great. I appreciate you putting that guy that's plagued data. How about that number three, I mean, I mean, if you know anything about football, you might hate Alabama. But if you know anything about football and k valuate talent. I mean how team feet. I mean, they can't be being, but it's pretty clear that they seem to be. It may just be me Paul, but Jake from, let's like the same say klom from yes. Last year I, you know, made a guy's a good quarterback, but I just don't see what he took that stored Mary step that to to Alabama. And now that Clemson put five yo at quarterback. You know, I don't know how that translates with Tabio time legend to get to the game with all his dating and social engagements. Yeah, I really got shows up on a white horse without assured on. They do have a Faberge commercial. No, amid a guy looked the part, but I don't know Assab ios. Go be the answer. I guess Alabama the Beth. I appreciate what you said yesterday because I mean, if you get Advani way town, I mean Alabama. Got three huger pros at running back four at wide receiver full on out of line, thoughts them that probably all play in the pros and a future. I mean, if you know anything about the Alabama's that's even be cleanly and ain't no question about it. Now if all you say you're gonna have somebody on the Arkansas, they'll come on and tell us that it's not as bad. Yeah. Weli hall who's covered the team for forty years. Well, right now it appears you the worst came and if he's. So maybe as bad as it appears. But let's for what happened to Billy Joe's the fad, what hell out though I'll be nearly as bad as tells us lead down there at Kentucky being pump, the brakes while they beat the Paul daybreak the play all. So we're talking. Why. They come old Kentucky poppy breaks a little bit you quite there. They'll be good. It's the, but you gonna beat Georgia, but puppy breaks a little bit. I thought I heard you say there's a difference between ala Bama where Alabama, here's why George, right? You're absolutely right. Paul, we win championships. They just dream about Nepal, please broke. Thank you. Legend..
"assab" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"I think it was marking markedly hurt his knee in that game, kind of hyper extended. And the guy was tackling him was going low and not going for the head, but he put his head down and it just I think this helmet rule stuff is really going to be an interesting. I think it's about safety, everyone's in favor of health and safety improvement for the players. But I think it just needs to be consistent and it doesn't seem to be consistent plays that are kind of routine plays where. There's no one head to head contact like that one. I'm really surprised at him throwing a flag on that. That's the thing that stood out for me in that particular game. I'm in Charlotte right now. So I got to see the panther's game and the Panthers in a patriots game who just on local TV when I was sitting around here and I was really, I guess, preseason is preseason, but the parents have looked great, and the pets not so much. So as much as we assume the patriots always going to be at the end in there and or in the playoffs in the hunt at the end, I mean, is it time to give it some realistic consideration and maybe the window is starting to close for them, stop the presses stop the presses. Dominic Foxworth as the patriots missing the playoffs the morning ESPN radio ESPN app Clinton Yates Dominy Foxworth. It was Jaguars wide receiver. Jag wires, excuse me. Why receiver? Marquees Lee, but let's hear the touchdown run from Lamar Jackson courtesy, WBAL ten ninety. I. Ten Jackson kitchen dancers, the ten, the five lunches, forties in for a touchdown, Lamar Jackson. Athletic burst a little dance said he gives the ravens, their first lead of the nights and athletic bursts in a little days was referring to the run with a little dance. Now, just there was a there was a little Lamar Jackson shimmy van Assab and did not seem to be a like a well orchestrated ship me. He was feeling good. It wasn't like an organized thing. I don't think he had decided pre-game which I mean, if you're going to dance, I would prefer you to come in when a plane just get zone. It just do some things. Yeah. Act like you've been there before by that? I mean, expect to be there and be ready with your move. Don't you or just walk off a hand the ball, if you're not gonna, do nothing fancy didn't get out of here. It was a preseason shimmy for sure. Okay. It wasn't great, but he also did the thing that I hate was was the over at the goal line and the ball came flying out creating a massive problem. The question becomes, have we seen enough from Lamar Jackson this preseason to make us think that we will potentially down the line. I'm not gonna say you have a controversy, but make us think that flacco just isn't doing that. Well, to Lamar Jackson show might begin. Yeah. I mean, I think it's likely well, not only have we not seen enough. We have seen plenty from Lamar Jackson. He hasn't been great, but this was his best game by far, but we haven't seen much from Joe flacco either. He's been injured like towards the end of the game, I noticed him on the sideline and a shirt and t shirt t. shirts and shorts. Not really smiling, not looking very happy, so he's not gonna play in the most pivotal, I guess, are important preseason game. I think that's a bad sign and it's not just Lamar Jackson. That's breathing down his neck. RG three played. A decent game. Six, why this? We almost got to the first segment without me having a headache. And now you gotta say, what about Bob? You cannot be serious about well done. Let's take a second to appreciate what about Bob old people like us. We'll we'll know greatest Bill Murray movie of all time and no, no, no, Bobby talk. We won't do that..
"assab" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Wait, ago, yes that is absolutely I like. This, game show music. Is fun hey here's the deal there was a ten year old boy, from England is video camera, felons the waters off of England, and it washed. Up in Germany two months later so there you go, hang on the line. Canyon you. He was. His shirt you go all right our, next, contestant is Joe from Watertown. Connecticut come on down Joe await I. Have, some for that Come on. Down enough. Of that. And let's play this correctly I want, you, to pick the fake news. Not the real news okay My wife played. It wrong right play it wrong yes he, should have been disqualified. Answer He was but you have to, say. Which one is fake you, we want, you to tell us the fake story here Joe, and if you've been listening, you, know it's kind. Of, hard because they all sound wacky Okay, my. Wife's worsening on radio and, so is, my sister so come on give me a minute Well I know about. A Meatball by at. Least you're going to have a, lot. Of help. Me Paul, show come on there's no easy question there's nothing easy in this life Joe all right, first headline a dual becomes. The oldest living, married couple after they celebrate their, one hundred, and fifth birthdays that. Headline. Number one headline number two an Afghan dad names his. Son Donald Trump, which headline is fake I'm going to say the Afghan, Donald Trump, is fake that's fake Joe Israel new one spicy. Meatball we gave you through the, mind Joe, man I. Tried you had help you couldn't do. It I'm, sorry radio. Look. Great in that Len Berman Michael Riedel t-shirt up there in, Watertown, Connecticut not so for, you Joe t shirt for you. Anyway this is. Xtra listening is a real story. Father what happened in Afghanistan named his, child Donald, Trump in hopes of bringing his son. Fortune this guy is a super fan of Trump admires. Him He is family's pretty upset that. He named his. Son Donald Trump JR DEA and. Saieed Assab Dula named their eighteen month, old son, after Trump back in September of two. Thousand sixteen they didn't name until he was eighteen months No he's eighteen months now they've named when he was born back Trump. Was running for president this guy. Was a big fan and he was hoping that he. Would gain fortune the problem is. He's got, nothing but misery because a, families upset that he didn't give his son a traditional. Muslim name so maybe that's real news though so maybe, it's the, fact he, gave the name Trump he was hoping for good news you know things didn't work out for you know. What you say about that for the kid Sonny So here you go For the Mets turning, point in the game be the first person who can correct identify the turning point of the game from yesterday's first game where they won. Twenty four to four you'll win a pair of.
"assab" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Better team to deal with this crisis so america's in good hands and assab putin iran they're going to be having some sleepless nights i can assure you that show oh let's say it's probably happening even as we speak scott let me go back to you and let's go back to putin why would vladimir putin will really through his surrogates more than putin himself moscow vowing to shoot down any missiles that are fired why would they be defending the use of chemical weapons against innocent men women and children and what does it mean in do you think putin would be capable of at least attempting to shoot out of the sky at american missile i think that putin has custody backed himself into a corner with all of his threats and over the past several years the west on until president trump came on in the west which basically buying into his game at this point now she's out issuing empty threats to basically maintain some credibility in front of his syrian allies now he's probably he's gonna be coming up short this time because you know his his antiaircraft missile systems are gonna have may take down some tomahawks but they're really a best but they're not going to be a block blunt and american attack and plus you have the british and the french possibly responding as well so russia is just doubling down on it's becoming a pariah in the international community you know they just had the diplomatic expulsions of their diplomats worldwide and russia is really having a hard time with his credibility on the world stage right now.
"assab" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Would do anything to keep them safe so when you're phone rings while you're driving you know what not to do because you're three times more likely to crash when you use your phone and dr on the road off the phone a message from target zero if assab isn't made with meat and cheese slice to order you should be a little suspicious sliced thin sliced now jersey mike's via up above ninety two point five score your sold out tickets to meet communica bail just text the word backstage seven eight five nine two say i was i was gone the kid bright oh sure james this colony happen shot kana this then on run on me aspen news.
"assab" Discussed on Unfilter
"Of course matt gunman is at youtube headquarters with the latest good morning matt so i mean there's a lot of things to take in here so she goes to the youtube headquarters it's a female and she was a youtube content creator herself yes she was hey good morning george you can imagine those terrified employees here at youtube just pouring down that staircase behind me seeking shelter in the restaurants just across the street now you mentioned this this is a fast moving investigation but overnight we learned that that thirty nine year old drove up here from southern california naseem down bearing aven deta against youtube and that nine millimeter gun out incredibly her parents had listed her as missing and the night before the shooting officers are nearby mountain view california found her sleeping in her car they alerted her family now their family says so the cops find her two am in mountain view right google we're by the way google's headquarters mountain view find her at two am they call her family and her family says yes she's missing we're concerned about her and they say quote we'll keep an eye on her oh that they try to alert thought about her but by then it was too late law enforcement officials say this is the woman thirty eight year old and a seem adum who stormed into an employee patio at youtube headquarters in san bruno california shooting three employee's before turning the gun on herself one after another vote for family says the prolific youtube user my name as naseem assab hated the company claiming it was censoring her content and not paying her for the videos she posted on the platform i'm being discriminated on fifth out on youtube had a youtube channel which posted videos and many of them in farsi on her brother says her family reported her missing over the weekend.
"assab" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So on but that didn't assab may from what i was staying taller bar in short john wallkill any american any people who work for them especially especially especially the translators once united states decide to withdraw above the true a lot of people lost their job i did it lose my job but a lot of people dead that was the first thing that was like okay once i lose my job then my risk would be much more higher the us government enacted the special immigrant visa or s i v program in response to threats on the lives of iraqi and afghan translators and interpreters assisting the us military but by two thousand nine the number of visas available through the program was capped at fifty per year i applied for visa in two thousand ten and then it took almost three years and they gave my visa on december twenty nine two thousand thirteen we left afghanistan the next day and we came straight united states our happy and i was i was happy that i was going to go to a safety i was because i had to get away from my family from my left one from the people that raised me the ditch gated me they always appointed me unfortunately i had to say by them when i was in afghanistan we so that we will give you job we will give you almost everything but unfortunately most of those things that income true seems like i had to do everything by my own first job i found was in a car wash and then i had to get that job to to start my life in the united states since then vicary says he's worked more than ten different.
"assab" Discussed on HOMOGROUND
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"assab" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"His moral and ethical and then legal responsibility to inform the person that they are taken at one will ask character or like there's a person who does that but essentially if you're a married man writing about a wife there's gonna be some aspect of of your own volition for the right it's going to be portrayed there that's natural yes for sure and listen if there is obviously there's the legal stuff that we're talking about and then there's the ethical stuff and any time you write something i mean i hear these stories and no people right something in the hand it to somebody and someone goes oh my god that's me and sometimes the ryder says what no it isn't both verily yes it is no no it isn't and now there's a problem sometimes i go yeah i that story told so funny so i used it for this and the spurs like yeah but i didn't want anyone else to know that story even though it's not associate with my name or it was mind so you can create interpersonal problems and you do have to be aware of that when you do these things i had a friend to a rich me a dow rush is that could if that he was had an irrational with this like hey wait was that character and that one movie wrote was that based on her mike oh no god no it wasn't her at all i totally understand like why he might have thought that but it wasn't was in just a general composite a sort of like that kind of person that i met but he was convinced like oh euro disaster that person and a couple times my life i've had people feel like oh that's based on this person is like yep yeah i can see why you say that but now it's just my own take on that kind of person knacksack way there's only so many different kinds of people and it all right travis in santa monica wrote to ask what happens to the coperate of films and film universe specific content that is based on source material when the source material enters the public domain for example in fleming's james bond character has become public demand for those adhering to the burn tree which is fifty years after his death so can canada makeup bond film craig assab all these legal issues for us while i.