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Fresh update on "barnes" discussed on Total Information AM Sunday

Total Information AM Sunday

00:33 min | 55 min ago

Fresh update on "barnes" discussed on Total Information AM Sunday

"We've been on the radio show now for over nine years, and it's just incredible to see the following that we've created. So I just want to acknowledge you guys for listening to show weaken week out for patients that tune in week in week out for the people who were staying engaged. Via text messages coming into our clinic by yourself. It's going to our Web sites. We contract all of that. And so I just want to say thank you for caring about your health. Hey, you are you are set aside from what most people are doing in our culture. And I will tell you that if you start to apply the The five principles of health and healing, which is minds that spy nutrition exercise and detoxing. When we start to apply these five essentials that is your new healthcare model. The other model, the hospitals, urgent care, the drugs and surgery, the injections, that's all sick care in crisis care. Doesn't have a place. Yes, in a crisis situation or to save your life and has a place Where are that the vast majority of our culture and community. Thinks that drug surgeries, pills, potions and lotions and injections is the answer to true healthcare. And it's not It's not a numbers prove it. The numbers prove it. Doesn't make up 5% of the world's Park North American makes it 5% of the world's population. We take 80% of the world's drugs. 80% of the world's drugs were the best surgeons, the best surgical equipment, the best research facility, someone even in the city, best hospitals in the city, best colleges for medical doctors and medical practitioners. With some of the best doctors in the world in our own town. In the health care results. Sick care results are getting worse. The sooner you're going to the health of the sick care system. Soon you got medications and you get surgeries and injections. If you do that, prematurely and or chronically overtime. You will become a statistic. Research proves that the sooner you go into the medical system, the longer we'll be stuck in the medical model. And you'll be have premature treatment. Not because the doctors are bad not because the nurse practitioners air or the surgeons or bad for the hospitals or bad No, no. Not not because the farmers to the companies are bad not because the CEO of Barnes hospitals bad no, none of that. That's not the case. It's because the culture we've been driven and marketed to To say, Listen. As the patient. We drive the market and what we've done his patients. We said, We're not gonna take responsibility because of my age. It's my jeans and the commercials. Lily tell you is the patient. To go Ask the doctor for this colored pill. And if that doesn't work, ask him for the second or third pill. So it's not the doctor's fault. Is that urgent Careful or the hospital's fault? It's not even our insurance company's fault. It is us as a culture driving the demand and they're just providing it for us. So the only way that our healthcare system could ever truly change is not going to cop come from the government will come from the top down is going to come from us is a culture taken responsibility for individual health. And our households Health And take responsibility for the actions that we take. So that we can yield the results we desire. Unfortunately, don't even know that his results that we want a lot of people just want to feel fine and look fine. I'm telling you guys, you can feel fine. It's still to be developing disease. You can actually look good. It's still be developing disease. Research proves it, not Dr Nick Research and Medical Research proves this is why we can only feel about 10% of her body at any given time. That's right. We could only feel 10% of her body any given time. And I think we got to step back and say listen like What is health? How did I manage my health? I invested in my health. And how do I make sure that I have a vision for my health. So what is your vision? I think that's the question I have for you. What is your Vision for your health. One year when you're 30 40 50 70 9100. What is your vision? Right. What is your vision?.

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Interview with Amy Dresner

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:13 min | 4 d ago

Interview with Amy Dresner

"I'm your host Angela Pugh we are recording in my home away from home. Sunny. Hollywood California although it's not very sunny yet it looks like. It's getting there our guest today I'm so excited about this. I just met amy she's fantastic. She's so much fun Amy Dresner. She's a former professional stand up comic and she has this fabulous book. I can't wait to read called my fair junkie a memoir of getting dirty and staying clean and that is available on audiobook to which I just found out, which is my favorite. So I will definitely be getting it as soon as we are done with this podcast. So Amy, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here I. Thanks for having me. I'm really awesome to meet you in person. I'm glad. Yeah Right. God. You're not glad you're here and I'm not doing this podcast by myself. So I was thinking with your personality, you should have a podcast of God. And everyone has a podcast. I'm time for a podcast You know I'm doing a lot of book promotion and a lot of podcast like yours people people other writers are like teasing me. They're like, are you on a podcast? Thirty it's embarrassing. So I actually made a meam of Colonel Puff Puff my cat going up you're on another podcast for your book please tell me more. So, what other stuff have you been doing promoting the book? Not Just Interviews readings I did a couple book fairs Best places for people to find your book. I'd say Amazon, it's Barnes and noble online. It's on target online nice but Barnes and noble in stores online everyone seems to be buying on Amazon. It's on india-bound. It's on fit? Amazon. Is probably going to own the world pretty soon. If they keep doing same day delivery like I will never leave my house to shop again. Yeah. That was the problem I think with the book. was them trying to push for a pre sales like addicts don't want deferred gratification? You know what I mean. So there I am like pushing. preorder book is like three months away and everyone's like No like they want. Order Yeah you know addicts one instant gratification me with audiobook. There you go. That's says they've never has never seen something like that. With my book, they've seen a one to one ratio of the paper of the of the hardcover audiobook. Me On a podcast and they downloaded immediately. Yes. The. Other part of it is audio. We were talking about this a little bit before we started recording audio is so easy because I can hit play on my phone and I can walk out of my house in it'll play I walk in the House it POPs up on my Bluetooth. Speaker. When I get in my car pops up on my car you're very electronically organized not I I'm I'm Ju Yeah I'm not tech people in general. Speaking for myself not other Jews. We're not that great at that's up except when I was a tweaker I had a little I had some good stuff it'll. Yeah and I was good at taking apart electric's. Fixing them just taking them apart in. Do you really need to fix them once? and. Now I'M GONNA go for a series deal based on the book, which is Super Super Exciting. Okay. What will that look like eyebrow? Oh come on as a little something. Okay. It's based on the book correct. So So based on a true story. Yeah. It's based on the book and I really want the opportunity to be involved in in the writing and I really want the opportunity to do a TV show that shows. Addiction. How it really is Not just these destructive monsters that were sensitive and needy and that we you know it's not celebrity rehab wherever was puking in garbage cans and fighting, and you know that's a part of it but it's like you I don't think there's been I've been I've been watching Patrick Melrose. I can't watch like I'm trying to watch at one of my good girlfriends. Told me about it she is hooked and I. Watch it but here it's so hard for me because of the needles like there's go to in the beginning. Yeah. When I when I started it and the first thing was a Syringe, my heart was like. Were you an IV drug user I? Well, I, was in such a chick was and I still have like of lick a visceral reaction needles and we spend maybe fifteen years since I've shot drugs right But my I have a weird sort of like it's like excitement and kind of repulsion nausea at the same time. But my body remembers I. See it my body goes crew. Is Wife's up wanting watching intervention because that's why I stopped it stopped it was to actually what triggering me freaking me out to show. She told me about that show and I started watching those are the that goes away that's beginning Kelly I can't watch this why I stopped watching out beginning it goes later it becomes more about is abusive childcare becomes. Because this is part. Don't tell me one TV show. That that really shows addiction the way it

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Fresh update on "barnes" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

CBS Weekend News Roundup

00:41 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barnes" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

"Barks Stephan Cuff. Hman. CBS News. Be careful what you write on trip advisor in Thailand and American just got sued over a negative review. He could face up to two years in prison and a 63 $100 fine if he's found guilty. Wesley Barnes like in the Seaview Resort on coaching Island to modern day slavery. The resort says it only took action because Barnes kept writing multiple reviews. Wendy Gillette, CBS News.

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9 days until federal government’s budget will run out; Democrats introduce temporary deal

John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

9 days until federal government’s budget will run out; Democrats introduce temporary deal

"Working to avoid another partial government shutdown. With the latest hears US radio networks Chris Barnes in Washington. The latest effort to avoid a federal government shutdown appears to be failing with just nine days to go. House Democrats introduced a short term spending bill, bill, but but it it doesn't doesn't include include the the bailout bailout money money for for farmers farmers that that President President Trump Trump is is called called for. for. Senate Senate Republicans Republicans now now say say they they will will vote vote against against the the bill bill once once the the House House passes passes

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Fresh "Barnes" from WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

00:30 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Barnes" from WBBM Programming

"More than 40 years, Sam has 45 star Ford dealerships, five star Subaru Grapevine and five star Chevrolet of Carol. Interest rates are super low right now, trade values are at record highs and the factory incentives are fantastic across the board. While some dealerships are low on inventory, the five star dealerships have plenty of inventory, and they have all the vehicles people want. Plus, they pride themselves on making it easy to do business. No games. No tricks. Just good, old fashioned neighbor to neighbor deals. Do what I do when I need a new car. I goto, a five star dealership and I have for years. Go to sam packed dot com to find four d F W Ford locations. The state of the Art Subaru story Great Fine for the All new five star Chevrolet and Carol. Five star Family of dealerships are the dealerships you can trust. Here's the job that sounds pretty inviting CVS's Stephan Kaufman Piccolo be Ultra is looking for a chief exploration officer. The qualifications I love for nature, the great outdoors and, of course photography. Mika moves. Ricardo Market says The job involves visiting national parks from an RV stock with cold beer. But the parks take center stage a great opportunity to bring beautiful photography to everybody stuck at home, but also invite people to go outside and enjoy it. Barks Stephan Cuff. Then CBS News. Be careful what you write on trip advisor in Thailand and American just got sued over a negative review. He could face up to two years in prison and a 63 $100 fine if he's found guilty. Wesley Barnes like in the Seaview resort on coaching Island to modern day slavery. The resort says it only took action because Barnes kept writing multiple reviews. Wendy Gillette, CBS News This is Chicago's All news radio 78 and one Opie 10.9. W BBM news radio dot com It's 605 Sunday Morning, September 27th 2020 Good morning. I'm Rob Hart. We have 67 degrees in Chicago under partly cloudy skies still rather breezy this morning. Southwest Wind at 12 Miles an hour going up to 77 today, more clouds than sunshine conceive shower or too late in the day. The complete five day forecast from AccuWeather coming up in 10 minutes at 6 15 at our top local story on news radio Wcbm Chicago Police are investigating a body that was pulled from the Chicago River on the north side overnight. Police say two people found the body of a woman in her mid twenties. In the river at Addison, near California. The Chicago police Marine unit, along with the Fire department, pulled the woman from the water. She was taken to Swedish Covenant Hospital where she was pronounced dead. The police source said The woman appeared to have trauma on her head. Five year old girl is dead after she was stabbed in the Westside Yesterday morning, Chicago police were called to the 3200 block of West Fulton Boulevard around 9 15 yesterday morning, Chicago police officer Jose Hara.

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The San Francisco Witch Killers Michael and Suzan Carson

Serial Killers

03:29 min | 6 d ago

The San Francisco Witch Killers Michael and Suzan Carson

"Suzanne Bartlett seemed destined for chaos born in nineteen, forty one, her earliest memories were framed by World War Two. Still Suzanne's family enjoyed a level of comfort. Thanks to her father's job as a newspaper executive and the war was fought far away. The war coverage also sold -papers. So while you're a burned, the Barnes family were doing just fine the news that kept her family wealthy told a clear cut story of good and evil of following the paths of righteousness, and since they also showed young Suzanne how easily ideology and rhetoric could spark world changing violence despite the ongoing war, the Barnes family were picture of. Success Suzanne spent her childhood and Idyllic Arizona Country Club since swimming pools making the most of the warm desert climate on paper Suzanne lived a charmed life. But behind closed doors, she struggled with mental distress Suzanne experienced voices and visions which she insisted came from psychic powers. Vanessa. Is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg according to a two thousand seventeen study from Yale University psychiatrists the hallucinatory. Of Self identified psychics has considerable overlap with the accounts of voice hearing patients. The only explanation Suzanne had for her childhood premonitions was clear audience however, the frequency of Suzanne's voices and later visual hallucinations suggests she was suffering from a mental health disorder of some kind former FBI criminal profiler. Delong speculates that Suzanne may have had schizophrenia which is marked by auditory and visual hallucinations. In any case, Suzanne seemed to suffer from a form of psychosis still undiagnosed young Suzanne built or identity around what she believed were her psychic powers to her the visions and voices that played out in her head were glimpses into the past and future. These supposed predictive powers made the world feel different to Suzanne. The people around her glimmered with after images only she could see and echoed with voices audible only to her even at a young age. This second sight made her feel separate from other children. She knew she was special Suzanne specialness went largely unchallenged though her claims of visions and voices were dismissed by those around her. It was clear that she wasn't like the other kids she behaved oddly, and this eccentricity further alienated her from classmates as A. Result Suzanne was withdrawn at school and her stunted social development dovetailed with academic difficulties. It must have felt there was an endless series of road in her way preventing her from having a normal childhood and at home weren't much better. Suzanne built detached from her wealthy family and the privilege circles in which they moved though she probably wanted for nothing she never quite got the hang of a role as a prim and proper child of wealth but that doesn't mean she didn't try in her teenage years Suzanne molded. To her families bourgeois lifestyle as best she could. She played tennis dressed to the nines and schmoozed with other heirs of Arizona Money

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Travel to Turkmenistan

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:19 min | Last week

Travel to Turkmenistan

"I'd like to welcome back to the show Justin Barnes from Justin and crystal dot com, and just has come to talk to us about Turkmenistan Justin. Welcome back to the show. Thank you. Thanks for having me back and I say welcome back to the show Justin was on episode six, twenty, nine about the Big island of Hawaii. This is a very different destination. We're talking about today. What's your connection with Turkmenistan? We traveled there on a trip to or the stands. There's the five stands Turkmenistan Kazakhstan respect. Extended Kurdistan, and we went to four of them on a trip and Turkmenistan is certainly the most interesting of the bunch in terms of how foreign it was. The misers foreign every since the word will and I was very interested in doing the show because been one time since we've talked about Turkmenistan and because. Before covert hit, we had a amateur traveler trip plan to the stands not to all five to two. I think of them as I recall in two thousand and twenty one which has bumped to two thousand and twenty two, but still planning on taking a group to that region of the world. So should someone go to Turkmenistan all for one thing it has something that I am fairly certain no other country. In the world has which Zeke giant flaming pit in the middle of the desert that looks for one tencent purposes like a volcanic crater but is actually just burning natural gas and you can walk right up to the edge of it. It's about the ultimate across at about one hundred feet deep and that's something you're not gonna see any world's Laurel I think Azerbaijan has some similar geologic features of natural burning. Areas that have been burning for hundreds of years. Well, in addition to that, there's some very interesting Silk Road historical sites, and also some history even older than that going back to partying times in an earlier excellent and the Parthenon's being a contemporaries with an and rivals with the Romans. The recreation of the Persian state after the fall of Persia to Alexander the Great. Excellent will what should one do would enter and where are you going to take us on an itinerary here? So I would recommend or remain sites that can kind of seen in any. Any order. One is the capital Ashgabad, which is in the south central part of the country. nother one is the gas crater, which is more or less than the very center of the country. Kunia organic, which is the north central or the country. And finally merged, which is in the eastern part of the country in the horror which would go to those guys somewhat dictated in where you're coming from and where you're going to afterwards I think for the most are people who be traveling Turkmenistan. If you'RE GONNA, go that way you're not going to be going only to Turkmenistan, and so it's going to be part of a larger trip either balls, other stands and or. Now, we're you doing trip independently or as part of a tour or how did you arrange us? This was part of a tour. I. Think as a practical matter, it is very unlikely that somebody is going to get a visa to stand on their own is hard to get into Turkmenistan insulin less. You're going with a company that does a lot of tour packages there where they take care of getting visa process they donald is across all the ts I think for all intents and purposes it's it's almost impossible to get in unless you with without friends or family member living country. Will and one thing we should bring up just because people are gonNA look at the map and some people are going to say, no right away. Because of its neighbors. Because we just to the south of Turkmenistan Afghanistan in Iran Iran being very stable country right meal although not always one that my country the US is friendly with Afghanistan not necessarily. Being as stable but Turkenistan you've found to be fairly safe an interesting country to travel to. Yes and we went there from Iran and they were quite different but I felt safe in both places for different reasons. Under of the spectrum well in, we'll talk about more about Iran some other day. There's a couple, very fascinating episodes that we've done on. Iran made me want to get there ever since we've talked about it. So took minutes said you start at us in the capital, Yes yes. So Ashgabad new would either fly into or conceivably if you were on a road trip from either northern Iran or from Pakistan might come in. The car by I think most likely would come into the airport, which is very interesting. Airport probably will not see too many if any other airports that look the same with a multi billion dollar airport that looks like eighty giant Falcon or shave your channel self is a Falcon hundreds of feet. We'll be thousands of feet across.

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Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on "SNL"

The Breakfast Club

00:20 sec | Last week

Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on "SNL"

"Jim Carey in the meantime is going to be playing Joe Biden and the new season of Saturday night live. So get ready to see that Alec Baldwin as you know he'll be going ahead head with Alec Baldwin Alec will be returning as Donald Trump. People really enjoy Saturday night live during this time. I have to say just be wasn't eclipse online I don't know if I really watched his show I went happening ever.

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Cardi B Reacts To Offset Pregnancy Rumors Amid Divorce

The Breakfast Club

00:18 sec | Last week

Cardi B Reacts To Offset Pregnancy Rumors Amid Divorce

"Cardi B. is shutting down rumors that there's another child involved with her divorce from offset people were saying he's expecting a baby with another woman in which. There is no other child according to sources. They said that rumor is super no other child no baby on the

Justin Bieber Has New Music Video For 'Holy' Directed By Cardi B Wap Director

Ace and TJ

01:06 min | Last week

Justin Bieber Has New Music Video For 'Holy' Directed By Cardi B Wap Director

"Justin Bieber as a new song out at midnight it's called Holy. Now. Here's the interesting part about it comes with a music video and the guy directing the music videos name's Colin Tilley he just directed Cardi B. and Meghan the stallions hit single lap. So Justin Bieber Song holy a lot of people thinking it's a Christian song maybe it's a new era for him. The guy that directs the video just directed Hey, the guy makes videos. Yeah. That's guy people that print books. They print the Bible there prince a bad stuff. Do they. Probably not that's probably wrong. Same people the print, the Bible friend. Hustler. They can't. Printers. Leon when I'm in Barnes and noble they they sell they sell Christian books. Some not. So Christian. Also do they do they? Yeah. Right. Yeah. I. Mean I'm just just an interesting little part that'd be out at midnight. We'll have it tomorrow morning for you.

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John Foley on Peloton's Growth in the Pandemic

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:04 min | 2 weeks ago

John Foley on Peloton's Growth in the Pandemic

"John. Thanks for joining me today. I'm excited to be here. Thanks John. Appreciate it last time I saw was in the offices this was right before. was declared and we all went home, and so that's been several months but think it's fair to say that we could tell things were getting serious about cove nineteen at that point but couldn't have imagined what was going to happen over the course of the next month and full blown pandemic. In the way, it would hit your business in our business in every business in between. That's right. Twenty, twenty twenty what a what a wild year so far so far. One of the consequences for Peleton was having Jaeger critical new product launch and I really WanNa get into that and talk in depth about what's coming. But let's look backward a little bit not inconsequential at all is telling me you know what's gone on in these nearly last six months what they've been like running a business people lobby spent hunkering down in their homes and gyms have been closed and you offer these livestream workouts right in the home with the device, and early in the pandemic in fact, you guys were reported in the ninety four percent jump in your over your subs. I know there's been hiccups and it'll you've had a hard time immediately filling orders for instance, but it has has the pandemic Ben. Good. For Peleton. Well, it's hard to say good in the same sense with pandemic. At all but to your point, John It's definitely been wind in our sails as far as our bike sales and tread sales, and we've just been frankly happy to be there for our members are existing numbers in our new members who are buying bikes and threads and still getting them delivered, and we were also pretty excited to be able to innovate and bring the the live studio content from not from our studios anymore of for the for a couple of months but from the homes of our instructors. we continue our live format and connection with our with community through the crisis. So it was to your point a lot lots to do was a wild time for us like like everybody, but your business has been has been strong for sure also a little bit. You've got extensive background in ECOMMERCE and you know a number of different technology platforms and then legacy business like Barnes and noble once upon a time where the head of ECOMMERCE. Obviously everybody going into the pandemic lot of uncertainty in a lot of unknowns. And probably a moment of what's this going to do to our fledgling business? But when did it go from that to we have this enormous opportunity. That we're going to have to walk through and we're going to have to do it quickly and as you know as as as as successfully as we can. It happened very quickly John. I mean I I think it was Friday the thirteenth ironically in March when. Found of everyone stopped going to work and working from home and it became obvious and evident that this pandemic was upon us and it was going to be meaningful. Within a week or two of that, we saw a massive surge in our sales and we knew that this was a moment that people are going to Peleton in their home, and we we did see it as an opportunity to be totally opportunistic. We right away started giving away our digital content for ninety day, free trial which wasn't the best business because we still had to pay our music partners but we didn't care. We wanted to do our part for our communities and to help people stay saying in the pandemic so We were at one point I mean we're obviously in parallel scaling our supply chain or manufacturing and trying to make more bikes and tries as fast as possible. But we also have the pure software and digital content platforms across any one of your devices whether it's your phone, your IOS or android phone, or any of your television screens through Apple, TV android, TV fire, TV Roku, all these other platforms that you can engage with our content and do strengthen yoga and all the different stuff. So in that world, it wasn't dependent on our honor scaling supply chain. So we decided to give that ninety days away for free to new members, and we saw a massive explosion in that as well. So You know you alluded to this already and and it's it's a big topic of conversation and focus for investors is this growth curve in these growth big growth that you're planning? Because the addressable market for exercise gear is so large and the shifting dynamics of not being able to go you know at your whim to the local gym and use theirs is fueling even more enthusiasm but also pressure, and then you've got on top of this, you'll start about this virtual community where people can used gear but they can also use the community with people that they're getting to know or or somebody recognizable in the instructor. So you're about to test whether there's an appetite for a wider range. Of Palestine products, I'd like you to talk about what's coming out and how it's different than what the company already offers. You have a twenty two hundred dollar bike right now in a forty, three, hundred dollar treadmill, which are the main staples from what we know if we're going to A. Showroom on the website. So so what's coming in what's different about what you already offer? Yes. So we have two main lines of business as you know John and it's a stationary bike platform and then ate a treadmill platform. And the current bike is who have been called the best cardio machine on the planet the original Peleton bike, and what we're announcing is our Peleton plus and it's a new platform with a bigger screen that swivels now and allows from that bike platform our members to engage in all of our content whether it's the yoga or the strength or the boot camp or all of the different styles of content that we offer. They can now engage in that in a much more convenient easy to consume experience on the Peleton bike plus platform. In parallel, we've been working on a new treadmill platform, our original peleton tread, plus is the forty, five, hundred dollar but product that is kind of the Rolls Royce of the category because it has the Slat belt technology and it's one of the best running surfaces in the world if not the best running surface. And what we're bringing to market this month is a lower price tread that in a really open up the market and make it much more affordable for people to get a Peleton tread and take our boot camp classes and are running classes from home and really do full body workouts. Now whether it's on the less expensive treadmill that has a belt technology or with our Peleton bike plus which now allows you to consume. All of our content and not just the great cardio, but also the strength and the full body content on that. So the summary John is that we now have a portfolio on the bike side and on the trade side, a bike and a bike plus and a tread and tread plus. So depending on how much you're looking to spend and what you're looking to do we have now four options for you to engage pelivan platforms.

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5 Years with a Photo Diary

The Digital Story

06:34 min | 2 weeks ago

5 Years with a Photo Diary

"Think one of the interesting things about a diary like this is that you can measure how quickly life changes. It's one thing with your memory to go. Yeah. You know remember back a few years ago. We used to sit around and do this and that, but you sometimes weren't exactly sure when that was or. What Would it look like an all the sort of things? A photo diary has a date and it has a picture and it has text and it has all the stuff that you need to fill in those gaps so that when you look at the photo diary entry, then you go oh yeah. I remember and then the other details come to you. This is very helpful for not only remembering things but when people ask you, Hey, when was that we did or that or what did we do on my forty fifth birthday or? All that kind of stuff you actually have information available to you. Now, I'm going to talk about the actual software in the second segment. So we'll get to that right now I'm just going to talk about the idea of a photo diary itself. One of the things that I do like about them is especially compared to something that you would write down I mean this is electric. This is on my phone on my IPAD and on my computer all my computers. Is that a searchable so it makes it really easy to find stuff and I think that's one of the things that's important when you're doing this kind of work in especially when you're trying to retrieve this kind of work is going. All right. You just enter birthday two, thousand, seventeen or something like that and You can find what you're looking for pretty quickly. Now, I also find them useful for me knowing what cameras I'm using, what settings I'm using actually put a lot of that information in the diary and in fact. When I started it back in two thousand fifteen the idea was for me was to take an iphone picture of something that I was shooting with a film camera because obviously film cameras don't record any meditate at all. Then that way I would have date than that way I would have temperature and things like that. I would definitely have location which was very important to me, and then I could go ahead and fill out notes about what was happening. So that was the original concept of this. That's what got me going on this however once I started doing it, and then once I started looking back on what I had done I was going this is far more valuable than just adding meditated to analog shots I'm glad I did it I'm glad that I figured out the system to. Get me going on it but like so many things in life it evolves to something completely different over time and in my case something better, and that's something better is what I'm going to be sharing with you right now I know a lot of you don't care about fell photography and that's totally cool. So I'm not really going to talk about that aspect of it, but I did want you to know that that's what got me going on this and then led to what I'm GonNa, talk about today what I thought I would do just to give you a feel. For the kinds of things that I enter I, picked five entries and I could have picked thirty five entries to share with you but I just picked five to give you a feel for these things. Now, each one has a picture. Each one has a fair amount of location data time all that kind of stuff, and then I usually put a caption with somebody give you five of them and then we'll talk a little bit more about maybe the value of a photo diary in your life as well. August sixteenth two thousand sixteen. Giants Baseball. I packed the contacts one, thirty, nine q for some street shooting in San Francisco on our walk to at and T. Park for a giants game. Four votes were going Zach Max Jason and myself. We took the larks per ferry over to the Barca Daryl. Strolled for a mile to the ballpark and then return to Lark spur of the giants ferry after the game, the three boys, and I had a great time. So, that's that's where the entry ends I'll tell you a little bit more about it. So Zach Amax, my sons and Jason is their friend who even to this day is their roommate. So all three of them are living together down in Santa Clara California they all have different jobs there in Silicon Valley, but this was back in two thousand sixteen. And the reason why I start off with this entry is because they're just so many things that aren't happening right now we're in baseball season we can't go to a baseball game. I'm not sure I would want to take the ferry to the embarcadero. I would have to think about that in that whole experience that we had that day and that evening you know all crowded together at the ballpark. hanging out with all these people watching a ballgame that right now just feels. So in the past to me, and that is interesting to you know look at the photo and read the entry and think about that really cool day that we hadn't by the way I got a photo out of that shoot that I just love of the three of them as we're walking down the embarcadero. The shot of course, I shared it with them later. And they like the shot so much there's actually hanging on their wall in their house So it was a great day and is one of those days that I hope that we get to have again December twenty seventh two, thousand, sixteen, the apple photos book at Barnes and Noble I was killing some time downtown waiting for the battery to be replaced in my iphone six S.. So I, ducked into our local Barnes and noble bookstore to see if the apple photos book for photographers was in stock much to my delight. There was one copy left. So I did what any photographer would do I faced forward and took a picture of it.

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Los Angeles judge orders release of man who spent nearly 2 decades in prison after conviction at age 15

Leo Laporte

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Los Angeles judge orders release of man who spent nearly 2 decades in prison after conviction at age 15

"The judge has ordered the release of a man who spent 19 years in prison for a gang related shooting thanks to the efforts of the Loyola Law Schools project for the Innocent 34 year old Iman Barnes is expected to be freed next week. Barnes was 15 when he was arrested for a shooting in Compton. He was tried as an adult and sentenced to 40 years to life for attempted murder. Barnes says he was home with his mother at the time of the shooting. The victim identified him has since recanted. His attorneys say they will try to have this conviction vacated.

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Los Angeles Couty Lifeguards Expecting Busy Holiday Weekend At OC Beaches With Hot Temps On The Way

KNX Evening News

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Los Angeles Couty Lifeguards Expecting Busy Holiday Weekend At OC Beaches With Hot Temps On The Way

"30. Yes, you can go to the beach in Los Angeles County and beat the Heat this holiday weekend. As long as he would have asked in state physically distant from other beach goers and forego the group activities like beach volleyball and fire pits. He'll be a lot to do virtually anything else like how the ocean lifeguard specialist portal Barnes tells Cate ex lifeguards will be ready for what promises to be a huge rush. You staff are towers with our current ocean lifeguard. We maintain a list that we can call off, so there's availability list. In the morning and we start to see the H B a little busier than normal. We bump up our numbers accordingly, so that we can match the right amount of traffic to the right amount of beach activity, Barnes says. They're not just kicking back up in those towers. They're constantly on the lookout analysis of our beach goers is just constant and ongoing. So you're out there every day. And you know you're scanning and you, Khun You know, identify those hazard areas and the target has it You have in your in your area are under law enforcement will be lending a hand looking God for anyone violating the crowd. A virus

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"barnes" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

04:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"barnes" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Since George floor. So they were they were shot genuinely shot in they just wanted to know what could they do because it because they were getting ready to put out a statement like right away and has like well, what should we say an asset? Well, whatever you say the two main points I'll let you to hit ought are that the slater's need to respond they need to come into the special session at the governor has called for they need to meet and have a debate on these bills need to take this legislation and also just remind people vote. Attend on that. Voting which is. going. To Be Pretty Important, pretty complicated all over the country this time around Wisconsin for people who maybe don't remember had an early experience in pandemic voting. In April with a presidential primary, there's a state supreme, court race that day we're the vote turnout was actually really high but it was complicated by the fact that there were a lot of polling places in Milwaukee that we're not open by long lines that existed by people showing up. In their own homemade MPP. Them. It was raining day on top of everything in ended up going pretty well for for the Democrats in the State Supreme Court seat that was not expected to go for the ads we have a non partisan core system here in Wisconsin. The Democratic backed candidate I. Guess I should say and Joe Biden won that primary Bulat. Over at that point, he was just Bernie Sanders. Do you think Wisconsin is ready for the vote in November it's going to be more people turning out and voting by mail than was the case in April just inevitably because that was the primary. are going to be able to do the voting or you'd be able to count the votes. And let me let me rewind to assess it. You know this is a podcast. So for all the listeners at your quotes round nonpartisan. Course as I do believe that are these nonpartisan courts are still a fallacy. Do believe that we will see a much smoother run election in. November than April. April was the rough draft that no one should have ever seen. An people with their lives at risk Again, Republicans and legislature took us to court because they didn't want to delay the election, which would have been the responsible thing to do given..

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"barnes" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

03:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"barnes" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Do you think that there is anything to the idea that the Democratic Party is failed black Americans, it's failed cities. No I won't say that because of the same people who show up and say, will these Democrat mayors are running these cities into the ground will first of all. What is your response? What is what is their answer? They never have an answer is always finger-pointing and we're talking about cities with large populations. You have a large population you are going to have challenges. We have a more diverse population when opportunities are fewer for people, you are going to have these issues in all of these major cities. In America many which especially in this area in the mid West were built on on an industry that doesn't exist anymore the manufacturing backbone of cities towns across Wisconsin Illinois. INDIANA. Ohio. Pennsylvania. Michigan. What's those factories left closer doors like it didn't just take the jobs they took the identity of these communities and we are dealing with a generational impact of that loss where people were able to come to places like Milwaukee in thrive because everybody points to the negative statistics, the negative rankings at walk ads, but I want to remind people that Milwaukee was one. Of the best places were black family. That's what my grandfather came here is after World War Two he worked a place called Ale Smith He was able to retire and for people who decide the college isn't for them the opportunities for gainful employment and to be able to work up at the same place for thirty years is very rare if not impossible. When president trump came to visit Kenosha he was playing into a theme of his campaign, which is this is what Joe Biden's America would be like or you won't be safe in Joe Biden's America. Of course, it doesn't make exact logical sense given that this is Donald Trump's America that he is the president of now, and this is what is happening but it is this fear that he is trying to inculcate and people that there's going to be more of this that he's the only one who can keep order and. That is something that we have seen his campaign talk about as being to their advantage and the the trump campaign has done everything I can to highlight what's going on in Kenosha the protests in the streets, the violence that's happened there. and. And elsewhere whatever they can whether it's in Portland or anywhere else. When you know that is what is going on. What do you think that needs to do to inform the way that there's the activist response on the streets, the people who are doing that and the government response from you and other leaders. So my thing about that is what about the trump campaign presidency has made logical sense thus far in so we We're not operating in logical times right now. In our response in a we tried to still be very measured in our approach. We still trying to be very calculated in our approach still trying to be very appropriate in our approach a we are dealing with in unconventional. Presidential Ministration ended unconventional time for campaigns where the president will say whatever he want to do. He will do whatever you want to do and it is it is tough and I thought about the presidential debates in two thousand sixteen you Hillary Clinton who was yup skillful in rhetoric in bringing up facts and talking about the things. That matter, but it was like being in a boxing match with an unskilled fighters might who's just going to throw haymakers no real skills might have just going to get in there and just start spinning around in in whatever in it in it throws you off track if you upping the right way..

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Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

All Things Considered

06:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

"And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington today, the governor and lieutenant governor of Wisconsin now President Trump to stay away from their state. So did the mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin, who says the city needs time to heal, But the president showed up anyway. Trump's trip comes after days of unrest following the police shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake that left him hospitalized. It also comes after a white 17 year old Kyle Riton house with charged with six criminal counts, including first degree intentional homicide. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes, a Democrat, joins us now Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me today. We're glad to have you. Governor Tony either sent a letter asking President Trump not to visit Kenosha. You've called for him to stay away as well. Do you see any potential benefit to having him? There may be a chance to meet and talk to him in a productive way. No, I do not because if a real leader would have proven that already, he would have given words Tio help console the people of this community of people of this state and the people of this nation because what happened in Kenosha? It's something that happens all too often in this country, and the president has offered no sort of resolve. You can look at the president's invective. You can look at the RNC, which tried to capitalize all such situations, which tried to politicize People who are crying out who are stepping up marching and demanding racial justice. And Donald Trump doesn't want to hear that He is going to use every opportunity that he can to divide the people of this state. A CZ. This is a critical state for his re election, and it's unfortunate because You know, these are realize that we're talking about Governor Evers called for a special session of the Legislature on Monday to address police reform. But Republicans didn't show up and that session lasted 30 seconds. To get any legislation through. You need Republican support. Do you have a plan for how to do that? Well, eyes unfortunate that you know, we could ask. What's our plan? When the Legislature and the Republicans in the Legislature don't get asked why they continue to ignore people, it took them forever to respond. A covert 19. They haven't responded to the health care crisis. They haven't responded to the dairy crisis that our family farmers are dealing with in this country. They haven't responded to gun violence prevention. They have responded to the client. Crisis, Every issue they continue to fail and ignore the people of this state. Kenosha is the latest city to deal with protests and sometimes counter protests that have turned violent governor ever sent in the national Guard as the protests were heating up, and some protesters said that having the guards there made unrest worse. Do you think the governor made the right decision by sending in the guards? So the governor sent in the guard's ate with controlling fires that were set. You know, this is all in the interest of safety because fires can get out of control. Fire touches the wrong thing. You have explosions that you can potentially have more loss of life. That was the purpose of the National Guard. I think what protesters were experiencing Was a heightened response from from law enforcement and the press conference that happened shortly after the young man who traveled to Wisconsin from Illinois to kill two people in our streets. The response was well, maybe if people weren't out past curfew, ignoring the fact that you're the shooter was also out past curfew. So to assign blame to that the victims that shows where we are in in terms of thought with some of the local law enforcement that's on the ground, and this is the reforming accountability that we're talking about. Whatever the reason, the guard was there, even if it was just to try to put out or prevent fires. It ends up being a law enforcement presence, the presence of authorities and this is the dilemma. I think for city and state leaders, how do you control what could become violent unrest? Without making people feel that the feds were storming in or with a guard is storming in. That's a really hard dilemma. Have you figured out the right balance of that? Is something that is a learning process. If I'm going to be completely honest, and and I I always I always promoted the fact that law enforcement should continuously Work to deescalate situations. Whether it is a or a personal interaction like the one with Jacob Blake and the three officers or whether we're talking larger scale events like protests and demonstrations. I think that you often see peaceful protest turned the other way when there is a heightened presence of what is perceived as authorities. So yeah, I do think there is there is a there is a problem. Because when people are protesting police, you know aggression with police overly aggressive police. The response cannot be over overly aggressive law enforcement. How to deal with violent unrest is becoming a major issue in the presidential campaign, and many Democrats who do not support President Trump worry that violent unrest helps him. That it lets him say the Democrats are weak on crime. What's your level of concern that you may be inadvertently helping President Trump's reelection efforts in that way? You know, I think that it's important for people to realize that again. The people who were killed. In Kenosha, where protesters they were killed by people who felt that they had a responsibility to help things to help matters to assist Now, like you mention Law enforcement are air National guards are there. They didn't eat health. Yet. These people are free to just walk the streets with long rifles, intimidating people. I think that is the important thing that people need to realize. Andi. I hope that folks to understand that Republicans continue to enable this sort of behavior this sort of behavior. That actually leads people did That's Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes. Thank you for coming on the program. Thank you.

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Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

Dan Proft

03:06 min | Last month

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

"Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, commenting yesterday on what should and should not be investigated between the Jacob Lake Police involved shooting and the Kyle Rittenhouse case. The shooting and killing of Two rioters. Injuring of another guy's investigation is ongoing. But we don't need an investigation and know that Blake shooting falls in a long and painful pattern of violence, and this is a pattern of violence that happens against black lives too often. Across this country. And as you all know, we saw even more gun violence unfold on Tuesday night when two protesters were tragically killed in one other injured by gunshots. Someone that wasn't looking to keep peace. An outside agitator. Someone who came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect me till you have not anything normal. We shouldn't come to expect that We shouldn't accept it. Because what do you think is going to happen if you haven't agitated man with a long walking down the street? Thinking that he's some sort of peacekeeper, and that kind of behavior shouldn't be enabled, either, And we have to deal with the devastating results of that way. Saw that happen in Louisville already. We saw it happen in Charlottesville. Somebody ran their vehicle to protesters ahead there. Higher was killed now. Kenosha, Wisconsin is also home to that sort of tragic scene. We have to Not ever want to see that happen again. Hey, Lieutenant Governor Barnes. What about in Seattle? Where Ah, Two people were murdered inside the Chazz Chop Autonomous. Own father of 19 Year old was murdered. Just filed a $3 billion lawsuit against the city. What about the violence there? What about Violence against police officers, including committed by Jacob Blake, resisting arrest prior to him being shot. Is that something that's relevant the number of times that Jacob Lake had to comply with police officers before it escalated to the shooting. And while we're manufacturing characterizations of Kyle Riton house, what about the actual records of not only the writers who were killed A convicted sex offender who was according to New York Times reporting, charging Riton house a somebody who was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon and in time public intoxication, who was shot and wounded. The other individual also The other individual killed. The other writer killed also criminal record. Should we talk about Jacob Lakes from El Record and what he was doing at his ex girlfriend's house in the first place? If you want to provide context in the conversation, fine, let's do it across the board and let's separate what we actually know. Versus what the left is hoping is true. Hoping something is true versus what you actually know, are two different things. What's the evidentially standard for making determinations about prosecution's about judgment calls? It seems that one of the questions that Governor Evers and lieutenant Governor Barnes and federal politicians from Diana Presley Kamala Harris to Joe Biden Don't want to comment on is that interesting

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Wisconsin Gov. Evers: ‘Serious Time in Kenosha'

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | Last month

Wisconsin Gov. Evers: ‘Serious Time in Kenosha'

"Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers held a late afternoon news conference Thursday in Kenosha, the community that's been rocked by protests and unrest since the weekend shooting of Jacob Lake. Ah black man by Kenosha police. It is a serious time here in Kenosha, Evers and Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes addressed both the shooting of Blake and Tuesday's fatal shooting of two protesters and the wounding of a third outside agitators. Someone came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect. 17 year old Kyle Riton House of Antioch, Illinois, faces several charges, including first degree intentional homicide, which carries a mandatory life sentence in Wisconsin. If

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Ill. Teen Charged in Kenosha Shooting That Killed 2, Hurt 1

AP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

Ill. Teen Charged in Kenosha Shooting That Killed 2, Hurt 1

"Illinois teenager could get a life sentence if convicted in the shooting deaths of two demonstrators in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers held a late afternoon news conference Thursday in Kenosha, the community that's been rocked by protests and unrest since the weekend shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man by Kenosha police. It is a serious time here in Kenosha, Evers and Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes addressed both the shooting of Blake and Tuesday's fatal shooting of two protesters and the wounding of a third outside agitator. Someone came in From Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect. 17 year old Kyle Riton House of Antioch, Illinois, faces several charges, including first degree intentional homicide, which carries a mandatory life sentence in Wisconsin. If convicted, I

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17-year-old charged in Kenosha shootings that killed 2

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

17-year-old charged in Kenosha shootings that killed 2

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Wisconsin's governor redress is the media on a visit to embattled Kenosha Wisconsin governor Tony Evers held a late afternoon news conference Thursday in Kenosha the community that's been rocked by protests and unrest since the weekend shooting of Jacob lake a black man by Kenosha police it is a serious time here and kind of show even his end to ten a governor Mandela Barnes addressed both the shooting of Blake and Tuesday's fatal shooting of two protesters and the wounding of a third outside agitators someone came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that's something normal that we should just come to expect seventeen year old Kyle Rittenhouse of Antioch Illinois faces several charges including first degree intentional homicide which carries a mandatory life sentence in Wisconsin if convicted hi Mike Rossio

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17-year-old charged in Kenosha shootings that killed 2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

17-year-old charged in Kenosha shootings that killed 2

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Wisconsin's governor defends his delayed visit to Kenosha four days after the shooting of Jacob lake by police and two days after a night time shooting of protesters that left two dead and one wounded Wisconsin governor Tony IFRS visited commotion Thursday even as was asked by reporters what took so long well I came as soon as I can't even as was accompanied by lieutenant governor Mandela Barnes it like shooting falls in a long and painful patterns of violence in this is a pattern of violence that happens yes black lives to office is across this country as they spoke to reporters prosecutors announced seventeen year old Kyle Rittenhouse of Antioch Illinois has been charged in the Tuesday shootings I might cross yep

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Virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention kicks off Monday

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

Virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention kicks off Monday

"The venue, a TV control room, All of the elements will come into the Wisconsin center that would have held thousands of delegates and a giant political rally to officially nominate Joe Biden is their candidate for president. So visit to Wisconsin in person. We know that at this point, we're not ready. Lieutenant Governor Mandela, Barnes says the fact that President Trump is expected in the Badger State today speaks to his disregard of the science among the speakers, all virtual, with the exception of representative Glenmore, Senators Amy Klobuchar on Bernie Sanders and former first lady Michelle Obama, who will give the keynote speech but of note Is the lone Republican. Speaking at the convention, former Ohio governor and presidential candidate himself John Kasich, who says he'll be backing Biden. Jim Rope, Milwaukee. And they've

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"barnes" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"When I retired I retired. People don't know I signed a three year. Deal that you're actually tired I. Find that three year deal in Sacramento that would've retired me for my career, but I ended up going on statement with do to your winning a championship, and it's the combination of business and some stuff going on in my personal life I just felt like it was a good time to step away so I'm luckily enough to still be retiring in two thousand seventeen, but still getting paid until November of this year, so it's been a blessing, but you know I just. I felt like you know I did what I can do in basketball and I was ready to. Take on the next challenge of life. That is amazing teachers. Your Ways Matt Barnes. How can I do something like that? I mean when you when you know when you when you do what you love you. You don't work a day, you. Know getting paid for not working. That's what I would like to do. Yeah, that's what I'm saying I. When I loved and you know the blessing about the NBA The contracts are guaranteed. You know what I mean so that's. I guess that's part of the the Cherry on top. You would know right I mean you were a former football player from that mistake and so I think? It sounds like you did. A little bit of longevity absolutely. And by the way some of these guys who are in this tournament. I mean it's I'm seeing analyst Tim Hardaway Barnes who's who's actually playing in this tournament in the in the five tournament pro basketball, invitational. They have Mike Bibby Jermain Taylor Mario Chalmers. hold on, you caught me. One second. Was Hardaway playing, or is he broadcasting now? He's he's. Hardaway his broadcasting Charles Ugliest, broadcasting. some other notable names. They just sent me a list. I forgot Kinda put me on the spot Tournament dot Com people can brandon. Rush, Dante Jones Demar Johnson. quintile would Mardy Collins, Mike Taylor Carlos Arroyo Nate Robinson. Will bind them Joe Johnson Mike James David Hawkins. James why Josh Powell's a Lotta former. NBA Guys, like I, said all these guys are actually in this tournament one way or another. We're part of that particular organization at some point in their career. So that's why I think a lot of the excitement derives as well. I like it to the players have to go into a bubble. Do they have to go and see themselves for some period of time? Yes, there is there is a bubble. The players have to go to the the bubble that I have to go into, so they're taking all precautions. Obviously make sure we. Stay. Okay now I did not know that and I'm glad that I asked the question. How are you Matt Barnes? How are you packing to go into a bubble? What are the essentials that you will need? Not much. You know what I mean I'm I'm a pretty simple guy. On the my beat speaker, my my computer, my phone, and then my my little. Thing that happened that. Hard drive that has all my movies and shows on it and I'll be good. You know I'm accustomed to having three little boys run around the house. So this is actually a nice little. A couple of days getaway for me. That I'm really looking forward to. That sounds pretty low maintenance here. I saw one clip of one dude WHO's in Orlando. Who brought.

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"barnes" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"We would definitely a burning both into early on in our career at A. At the city loves us for. Burning on both ends funny I got that right there. It was not intentional. You cut it I see. Matt Barnes is joining us. Former NBA player Co host of the all the smoke podcast, which is where some of these great stories have seen the public light. Tell us a little bit about what you've got going on in Las. Vegas it starting here just in a couple of days four days July, Nineteen th through the twenty nineth at the Orleans Hotel I mentioned some of the names involved. What is the other five tournament pro? Basketball Invitational basically at three on three style tournament, and it's revisiting rivalries of the past, so we have players that played for particular franchises such as Miami. Heat New York. Knicks Chicago Bulls Sacramento. Kings in his team for Texas. Which makes up US Spurs Dallas and the rockets, and all guys, formally for these franchises at one point, and it's it's just giving you guys a chance to revisit the rivalry, and and catching up and and played against each other, and and really give you know the country something else to to do. Become Fan, obviously a very stressful You know handful of months. And I think this basketball will. We don't bring a little bit of You know joy to people's life even if it's only four time. So, so you mentioned. They're revisiting some of the great rivalries that we've seen in in the NBA. How do you fit into that conversation here because we talked? But you mentioned clippers and Lakers. Yeah I being from Sacramento I'm actually the commentator for the Sacramento team now so you know former player Mike Bibby, and there's some other guys. On that team as well, but I'm just commentating I'm I've been approached. Play the big three, and come back to the NBA a couple times and playing this possibly, but you know my mind is passed that my body is past that focused on life after basketball, but I just thought it was a great opportunities to come support You know the tournament and and you know. Get Out of the House. I like see. I would have thought that you know you probably. Do you still have the Itch at all? You just said your mind your body your past playing. No! I, don't you know? Luckily I was fortunate to play fourteen years and got out on my terms. And I don't I. Coach I can talk about it. You know worked my kids out almost daily. I have no. It's personally to to play anymore..

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"barnes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Percent off the bench I was always in the mix and going into this. Golden State my last season. It was no different. You know. Katie happened to go down I was leaving. Sacramento I went right in my first game, I played twenty five minutes, and I was consistent within their rotation but oddly enough a week before the the playoffs star. The first Katie comes back, I nearly had the worst ankle sprain of my my career like nearly break my ankle. My ankle never swell. The blew up like a bubble couldn't lose. Wasn't healthy until going into the western conference finals, and then you know being a veteran. I know that playoff is all about rotations in chemistry in and what's working right now you go with so I been out of the loop, and you know kind of play sparingly in a weird situation Steve, Kerr Without the Mike Brown's coaching other never really feel like I got a chance to really contribute in the playoffs, but that's what equity out there grinding with those guys so. I was a part of the team I. Just didn't feel like I earned that ring so I I got. Ceremony they had a ceremony for myself. My twins. I got the twins ring as well and I gotta a game so after I got the ring I had it locked up in a room because I didn't want to carry the big box around the whole time, and when I was ready believe they couldn't find the key. So I just hadn't gone. Go back around. The wasn't my I. Did one I didn't expect it I, just hadn't got a chance and now Raymond Ritter, who's the head tr guy there inside monkey more than that now, but he's a good friend of mine. And he just has the ring locked up in his office, and he said I get around to come into the new arena. I can grab it. Okay, Heard all kinds of things that I didn't want the rain. I didn't accept the ring then of that was true I just didn't. It was locked in a room when I left and I just haven't been back since okay Gotcha that clears it up. That makes all the sense in the world. Thank you so much clearing that up all right to a couple of quick ones on the way out rapid fire style stuff. We've just been debating all week. This is all food based okay, are you ready? I Best Fr- fast food fries are. McDonnell! Okay, thank you for saying that because we've been trying to argue with people people trying to say in and out still just announced fries. They're fresh doesn't mean they're good. In and out things like five lakh chopping. Being a little chuck. Thank you. What's up? Okay so the next thing? Are you a Mayo Guy? Usually. Not Heavy, but yeah. Okay all right, fair enough and our doughnuts overrated. No I loved. I wish I hated them. I Love Them. There is Matt Barnes. Check out the podcast all the smoke him and Steven Jackson. If you're not listening to it, you're doing yourself a disservice..

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"barnes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"About the community became from and get back and do them. But, we can only do so much. You know what I mean. These owners are billionaires coming to set up in these in majorities, urban cities that need help desperately and I think it's. Called a call to action for these guys to really Kinda. Start giving back to these communities also diversifying management I. Think there's some things that in some talking points. They're gonNA. Come up with those are just some things I just came off the top of my head, but Go in make these demands, and if these demands are met then it out, but just to sit out I think you're missing the moment in the opportunity to possibly. Face a sports and help this country. Matt Barnes this year Yeah Look. I couldn't agree more. You gotTa have a strategy and it's clear that avery has a strategy because he's alluded to some of the stuff that you mentioned. Which is the NBA and its partners making investments in the black community and Whether it's the NBA itself as a League whether it's the individual owners to be held accountable in this situation, but not only them Matt like. I go a step further, the shoe companies right and the apparel companies I think that this is a moment to seize beyond just the NBA, while I agree with that part of it in the NBA Community, being involved here I would take it a step further and involved the apparel companies to. Absolutely no, absolutely I, think everyone who is at the end of day making money office, because they see our contracts and everything, and and and they're the guys making crazy crazy money for athletes, but if they're making that much money, how much money are these owners making? How much money are these apparel companies making so I think you hit on the head. George I think there's a real ass. Because the League seventy five percent African American so obviously without this league. There would be no mba you know, so. I think it's time that they really stopped. you know doing just enough to say faith and realize the really be a part of this change I feel like for the first time in four hundred years the world here this. Unfortunately, it had become through some looting and burning stuff down, but nothing else has worked up to this point we've been asking for. Equal ground for four hundred years. We've been silently protesting. We've been doing peaceful marches. We've been putting our fifth. Their Capture Caen none of that work. You know we're finally at a point in twenty twenty. Where they here I think not only does the NBA have to plan, but the you know the the the African American community minorities in this country have to have a plan as well because now they're listening now. They want to hear what we want and go in there blindly just continuing to do bad stuff or sit out or or do stuff without a plan. I think is really counterproductive and we're really going to be hurting. Our children and our grandchildren if we don't come up with strategy right now. Matt Barnes joining us here Matt. You look you lived. You were there during the Donald. Sterling. Situation a very unprecedented situation Adam silver took control of that situation very quickly, so you you've been involved in something that that caused real change very quickly when it came to the NBA are. You confident that Adam Silver, and we'll come to the owners and will come to apparel companies, and will kind of move this 'cause forward. Are you confident? That will be the case. I'm confident that he's the Best Commissioner for it now whether these owners do it. I can't speak for these owner. You know I I can't say their. We've we've we've been able to hear loud and clear. Said if we have going to bat for us as far as the commissioner, Adam silver is the best person to do it. And also you know our our president Chris Paul. you know he's always the President Dan with Donald. When Donald Sterling stuff happened, he's the president now, and he's always on it. He when I've been talking to you know a lot last week or so just kinda gauge and bouncing ideas off each other, and you know him Kinda. Just telling me what's going on in the climate and their coach Louis forward so I think the situation left in good hands. like I mentioned at the beginning of the interview. It's just it would be better if we can get. Maybe, open up the communication more, so we can try to get a majority or all of the guys on the same page, because not only in basketball, but in the country the only way we're going to move forward. Is We finally together? We've always been a African Americans. We've always been our own worst enemy. We've always been divided and I. Think for the first time. This is an opportunity for us to really really come together and make change Dalian sports, but in the country, possibly the world. I agree wholeheartedly Matt Though there is you mentioned and again I this is not on the same level as you were discussing, but there is some division. Amongst the NBA players not just about the restart, but even more recently right like a Kendrick Perkins. We all know we all love him right like he's been very vocal particularly about Kyrie and maybe got a little personal. About Kyrie and Kevin Durant goes on instagram and rips him calls him a sell out, and then perk goes over the top on twitter. What do you make of that back and forth? And how do you try to remedy that and kind of bring people more together even with Mindy NBA Family? It's tough and to be honest with you. It's not a good luck. you know a chance to talk to perk last night? And and and he is speaking his truth in real opinion, you know he heard from. People close to the situation that. Kyri situation happened the way it did. He was very pro. Let's do this. Let's do this. And then he found out he couldn't go, and then he flipped the script. And then he wanted to play in really really willing to give up everything and you know to each his own, but how you be so gung Ho one week, and then the next week. You know you're completely flipped. Amanda Allowed to change his mind and at that, but like I said I would agree with Korea if when he said. Let's not play I'm willing to give up everything if he came up if he had a plan after that. You know because like I. I said this is we all know that is putting dribbling? Put the ball in. A HOOP is not going to change our current climate, but I think the message they can send every second. They get a chance to Wa. The whole world is our on them and getting these partners in the league, and he's owners to make a difference in the cities and make a different both actually just playing basketball is not going to change everything. It's GonNa ease people's minds. Lord knows we need that right now, but as far direct change wearing t-shirts and all the stuff that we've done. The past hasn't moved the needle at all. Matt what did you make of the stuff that Kyri said about starting his own league? Like what did you make of that? But the. I heard that he didn't say that I. Don't know if he did say that. Now, what ever is the time for? That kinda thought outside the box. Thinking when you think about the districts. Currently not impossible, but it's pretty up there in the ninety percents. How far as not being possible at this point you know if you WANNA have basketball player in the next year or two you know did the NBA is over one hundred years old, and it took him so long to get two words that now sort of completely..

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"barnes" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

12:42 min | 5 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Well let me try. That again shall on. What city my in that is. Why thanks for joining us. Mika also we were in a knocking perfect honest to God. That'll be perfect. Go My god you guys are crazy. All right your I am sorry you you caught us off guard when you said playboy so we're Where did you not read my bio? Yeah I think your your publicist forgot to put that party. Pay Just a little bit more. Just Mika thank you again for joining us. Really appreciate it I'm going to use the word that has been used a thousand times. I think a drinking game. We'll get started once. This is all over and we're all Hanging out in bars and clubs again but We are living in unprecedented times you know you you're obviously a You send it off in the intro. Former member of the NYLONS Jazz singer. I know that you are also coaching. Vocal coaches well With all of this in mind how obviously Cove nineteen must have impacted you in a number of ways. I'm wondering if you can sort of talk to us about the some of these Disruptions to your life well I will tell you I was about to draw a full length record. We were in release mode and the momentum was building we were onto. We've done two singles which had been beautifully received in the momentum. Online with videos was global as opposed to national and And hit so. We ended up having to move the CD launch concerts the fall and the third single and video. We had just cut the video for the third single and we were literally like I had to take it down from all the digital distribution. I mean like it was. It's hard to describe how giant our momentum woolas and then suddenly to screech to a you know it is nothing in comparison with people who are working on the front lines losing their lives to this pandemic globally. Whether you release your record now in the fall is literally the least important thing on earth but it meant that. I had a whole spring tour set up with soft seat theaters across Ontario. That you know we had to fold up and go home. And I know I'm I'm I'm pretty chill but there was about a week ner where I was trying to reorganize everything and you know I'm self managed so I had about sinks people that I was in constant communication with on my team. Managing the team managing. How are we going to do this? What are we GONNA do? How do we deal and So I was in a bit of an emergency for a while and then so the last two weeks where here in Toronto we'd been unofficial lockdown is been fantastic. I mean I'm busy as hell but I'm quite at home. I had stillness in my heart. I have no love for everybody. Who's like there? Are PEOPLE OUT THERE? Who Lost everything and are really wondering if they can pay the rents and I am not in that situation because my clients continue to book. In fact they're double booking with me twice a week instead of once. 'cause they're home with nothing to do. This is your vocal coach business. Yeah I also career strategy to right so I've got clients in La and New York and across Canada. And what happens is they've been. Outta towners have been doing the online with me from time immemorial now. It's just happened to be a guy who was also unclean streets going online with the you know for good. I mean honestly is heart-wrenching when you see the incredible amount of people whose lives are not only distrupt disrupt it but ended because of this virus but In terms of my little bubble of the world. I'm going to pick up a book and read it. Goddamn book for once in my life. You talked about stillness in your heart. I'm wondering if you can sort of Elaborate on that. And what would that manifests itself as well as interesting I was I was in full. Full managed the situation mode both in release while we were gearing for the release clever European team both North American team on that which means constant communication and coordination and management Of people and expectations. And and then and then when you when whenever they fell apart I wish sort of in an emergency mode myself trying to figure out How how what we were GonNa do to re-lane everything for the fall however all of that all of that. All that is dependent on Mika Barnes as an artist as a person having a sense of PD's at the center of the storm. If I don't then everybody on my team they all feel it. The audience feels it. You know my socials reflect like if I don't have stillness in my heart and like I e confidence that I'm in the right place at the right time doing exactly what the universe has intended this week. Our Guide to do on the planet. If I'm good with all that I can be peaceful in the midst of a hurricane I can be still in the in the midst of a pandemic one one of the things that I noticed on. I think you shared the other day. your trainer moving his right. Adrian a from a mental health and physical health perspective. It's really interesting to see how these times of change US or how we've changed with the times and how quickly we james like for example my wife and all her friends get together because one of their friends is a yoga instructor and they get the every day at noon. They jump on Google hangouts. So Meek it's interesting You know when I had my cousin in town I think it was about two weeks ago. Can Losing Track of time with the days here but You know she was asking. You know what's going to be on the other side of this and I thought you know we're GonNa see a lot of really creative stopped. We're going to see artists getting creative and not just artists fans you know doing mashups and getting really creative around their favorite artists and and I think we're seeing that with some of the you know impromptu concerts and even some of the people you know doing meam like or mixing up music and it's just it's very interesting. I don't know if any thoughts and not you seen. Yeah well of course we. We've taken the the music performance out of the amphitheater and the local club and we put it in the living room. So it's it's it's living room the living room which is which is a much more human scale and I. I have to say like you know the music that I make jazz Even when I was with the NYLONS and doing bigger theaters around the world. It has been. It's been beautiful to see how direct and in intimate the music communication has the calm. Now that we're live streaming from the living room as opposed to you know all the other ways that we've delivered music. I love it You know the intimacy that we're getting with our big star right now is unparalleled and You know people a lot of talk about like needing to dig in and spread love during this time and I am seeing an awful lot of positive results of people having to be locked down and digging for themselves and their loved ones. There's a lot more caring and sharing online that you know this is where we're coming out of an extremely divided period politically in. North America and Suddenly the world a smaller. Suddenly everybody's your brother your sister And I'm I'm always happy to see that the feel that after all you know. Why do I make music? It's about communication and You know it doesn't matter to me whether I'm in a big hall or coming through to your living room it's all good. I'm back gentlemen high. We barely moved. We kept talking. I don't know if it we'll figure it out and post. Yeah Yeah we'll figure that out Appreciate your patients Really really appreciate you sharing your thoughts meek on on sort of you know how you're dealing with this and your thoughts Around the the current pandemic Out as I was researching you one of the first things. I'm always curious about is how someone get started in this business this then. It almost seems you were born to be in entertainment. Your Dad was a drummer composer. Both of your brothers were your mom wrote from Mr Dress it up. It would have been strange if you were not in the entertainment industry. The shock would have been. Hey Mom. I've decided that mom dad sit down. I have something big tell you. I'm going to be an investment banker. Now we were. We were very blessed. Cvc Brad I grew up in the studio watching my mom handle all these stupid executives who were trying to push her around on Mr dress-up show I watch down my father as as a serious composer dealing with the you know the classical world and you know my brothers and I all went into the business. One of the things that we believed we. Could you know we? We never thought that you couldn't make a living in the music industry and Boy were we wrong joking but you know it's true you can. Actually you can see the kids that have the leg up and it means that while I was still in in high school I was already performing under my own name and making a name for myself and business when I was still really a kid. And that's thanks very much to the family I grew up in. My grandmother was a concert candidates in Europe. So we really didn't have any. There's no way we were going to do anything else were you. Did you feel pushed into? It isn't something you wanted to pursue. What did your parents think of this? I was interested in becoming a dancer or an actor when I was on a training and continued to train as an actor through my teams into my twenties I did a bunch of theater productions But you know when I about twelve thirteen. The music grabbed me and didn't let go. I mean really grab me like I mean I. I was in a rock and roll band with my friends in the garage. Heard a Billie holiday record. My mom gave my stepfather and I I. It was such a profound experience. I wait in an I quit the band and only quit the band. I told them I'm crew hitting rock and roll and I'm going home to become a jazz and blues artist could buy. Wow so it took. It took my decisions very seriously CONC- and it won't be the last time you changed music genre. 'cause I know we'll we'll get to it later but I know you moved to l a you sort of took a left turn or right turn. I don't know how to explain it but Do you remember the first time you went on stage and performed publicly? Was Lincoln the school thing or was that in a jazz club. Watch so young man. I mean okay. I was thirteen. I went and played..

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"barnes" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

04:55 min | 8 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"That this little thing wasn't even a thing you know less than a year ago until late in the spring so I'm really glad that you've found us. Thanks for sticking here. We've got a dearborn coming up in a second. But first I want to tell you a little bit about my travels here recently. Went DOWN TO SAN ANTONIO COUPLE SATURDAYS AGO watch the. Utsa women's basketball team host rice a little conference USA action. Did it with my man. Ladera IN MCLEAN ON. Espn plus in fact. He can still find that broadcast if you search like Utsa Rice you can find that one and Tunis in see how it all went down ended up being a lot closer game than it probably looked on paper. Nancy Mulkey was out for rice in that game. Rice of course winning conference USA last year both regular season the postseason title going to the NCAA. Tournament rises been on an incredible roll the last two years but they were without Nancy mulkey their big six foot nine player in the middle and so they have plenty of capable players including the player of the year in conference. Usa last year and the PRESEASON CONFERENCE USA Player of the year. This year in Erica Mackay. Yes the littlest to go McKay and all my Gosh is she fun to watch. And it's I'm not breaking any news. If anybody saw player at Pepperdine or anybody saw her play it rise the last couple of years. You know it. I've seen her play the last three years now and just her game is so solid and so sound all the way around. She's got this unbelievably strong body. I mean just pound for pound. You cannot move her. She's only five foot nine and certainly if she was six three or four like her sisters she would have a huge WNBA UPSIDE. And you know she. I maybe she is at Rice because you know she basically went to Rice because she is big into education. She wants to be a doctor. I'm sure she could do that at Stanford as well or or somewhere like that. But you know that doesn't really matter the point is she is just an absolute monster and she doesn't even have to look to score in fact she doesn't even really look to score a lot. She kind of scores when she needs to. Or when she's the best option she's just one of those on real fundamental basketball players that it seems almost always doing the right thing so we get through the first two quarters in. It's a closer game than probably a lot of people thought on paper mainly because Mulkey is out and UTSA has very scrappy cards. Little kid named Michaela Woods who is going to be great. She's a freshman right now listed at five six. She Ain't five six but it doesn't matter. She attacks the bucket with reckless abandon. I think you're going to be hearing her as a top score in the NCW over the next couple years but woods was keeping them in it several things including the turnover bog work keeping UTSA around. And then Erica. Mackay just decides to take over scores just in the third quarter nineteen points just in the third quarter. She goes eight for eight from the field just in the third quarter and completely turns the game around from a game that was somewhat in doubt to a game. That's not in doubt heading into the fourth quarter and that is the greatness of the youngest ago. Mckay WANNA get Erica on the show. Some time I've been I've been trying a little bit here and there to test those waters because Just want to know what makes her tick. Because I want to know what makes everybody named tick because There's something special in those bloodlines for sure that she is just as special in her own way and really fun player to watch. I hope you get to watch Erica. Kumi Cape Play. Some time. Down the line. If you've never seen her well coming up on the show a DEA Barnes the head coach of the Arizona wildcats so Arizona poking around for head coach a few years ago and they decide to go with somebody. They know very well more of the best players in the history of the program in a porn and men has. She turned it around fast here on this conversation. We'll talk about how fast she's turned it around. How much even surprises her. How fast this is going Some of the keys this weekend as they go to Oregon and to Oregon State and how her team is approaching this back half of the season as they tried to snap.

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"barnes" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

07:05 min | 9 months ago

"barnes" Discussed on Code Story

"Don't tolerate assholes was a happy accident for the most part. I just try try enough to win sometimes. And that's kind of the playbook this is coterie bringing you in depth interviews tech visionaries digging into critical moment so what a tastes change in industry and build an lead the team. That has your back. I'm Nola Mark nonce day episode. How two thousand six rally barnes earns made a wage Barca's your phone and accidentally changed shop all the uncoached story? Uh for some builders. There's a moment where creativity is Cadillac for others. It starts much earlier Roland. Barnes has been working with technologies since childhood starting out by simply programming. His Lagos to move in all the way through college building in early marketplaces for college. Students to trade textbooks and Building Automated Chessboard. So the invisible robots could play chess against each other when he started creating solution for Mobile Phone Barcode scanning he had no idea the doors would open in eventually lead to the formation of his most most successful product venture and exit cult shop savvy so I think everyone wants to know how you started shop. Saturday was a happy accident for the most part so at the time this was two thousand an eight I was really into graphics processing and the the mobile space and the mobile space back in in early. Two thousand eight was still your flip phone but I really like building whatever you could build foot phones back then and so I had an the idea kind of birth out of textbook traitor and the price comparison stuff I did. I thought it would be great location of price. Comparison would be kicking kicking that off with scanning barcodes. So I would I try to do get Barker scanning working on flip phone back in two thousand five actually turns turns out. That was bad. Timing wasn't timing is everything it really is. And the first time I try to get market scanning off the ground it failed miserably but when two thousand eight came around that's when smartphones were actually the thing you couldn't you couldn't actually build stuff four smartphones yet but the Android Beta Sek was just announced and so And in apple wasn't really done. There's it so I grabbed the grab Android Beta and tried to get an APP built. That could do barker scanning and price comparison and that is that's how it was kicked off so that the with the android Betas decay. CK That's not something that was available to the world right. That was something available to a smaller. Group of developers was available to the world. Actually is he's just no one cared no one no one really. Gosh it would be fun to show screen shots of will look like back offend remember. It was It was well I if you look at the origins of Android two. It's super interesting. What was originally intended for like the very early origins of Android I believe was meant to be used on other devices like digital cameras and so the the interface was very very primitive? You depend navigation and maybe there was a keyboard and there. It was not very very smartphone esque android has done a wonderful job of evolving into a very rich smartphone throwing. Ui these days but that was that was a long journey. They came from very humble place. Actually the way the end was initially set up was meant to be able to run on anything anything. I used to joke. That android was built to run on anything you can imagine including your toaster it kind of stumbled into smartphones Frans from what I gather ham but so yeah it was available to everybody Most people didn't care because they just didn't know what smartphones could do yet so by doing that you entered into a certain challenge right some sort of a competition for who could to build. The the most awesome thing is right. Yeah so Google always trying to promote android so google. I'm not to have a successful platform. They're going to need developers on it so they actually created this competition that were to see who could actually build the best APP for for Android. I figured I tried that same idea from two thousand five. Took it off the shelf it off and try to begin on this new UTECH in it. It worked fantastic. What what I did was I? I was actually at the time working at another startup. That was in the event ticketing space in my brother and I actually both worked there together. which was awesome and I took a week off of work so that I could actually learn the ANDROID android estimate Read everything that were all the documentation that was published at the time covered cover so I knew it well and then I spent the next six months. That's moonlighting to build the at the time it was called go-cart not that that was a good name or anything. Awesome me certain. Certainly too clever by half was supposed to be your shopping cart on the go but the what what that was was. It was an extension of the old tech spectator stuff where I so i. I had experienced building price comparison search engine and if could actually use the camera in the smartphone to Barcode that it'd be a great way to kick off that process. You wouldn't have to spend time fumbling around typing on your keyboard. Brian is that so So entered it in. I entered it into the competition and ended up winning first prize which was excellent winning. That competition ended up getting the application. A whole lot of attention because now suddenly OEM's started getting interested in looking showcase their shirt and carriers started getting interested and what can help them cell phones..

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"barnes" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"barnes" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Episode picture this the American dream. So whatever your American dream is whatever you think of whatever you think somebody who doesn't live here with my. It was not from here. Somebody who's never been here. Thanks of when I think of the American dream what it means to be a thriving American family. Our guest today. Mrs Kendra Barnes. She was living that dream that was her life. What you've just imagined that was her life. So the big house the great job, the international travel, multiple times a year, everything you name it. The custom closet the fancy cars all. All that stuff. Right. And then one day get this one day, she heads over to a family member's house to play a board game a board game, you know, like chess checkers shoots and ladders monopoly. All that good stuff. Right. This board game that she plays completely uproots her lifestyle per American dream lifestyle that she's built in that she's created completely turns it on its axis and she heads in a completely different direction because of this board game, and she was able to figure out the she was not living the life that she wanted. Not yet. Not quite she felt like she was there. But she felt like there was something missing in this board game expose that thing for what it was. And she realized she was not building wealth. So if you wanna learn about Kendra Barnes and her next actions than stay tuned after this tip of the week to raise of the week. This week. It is short and sweet I'm doing shoutouts item. Child's people who are leaving reviews were telling me that they love the podcast they loved inspiration. They love the guests that we have on the show and their insight. If you wanna go ahead and do that for us. If you want to get us out there and show items and show Citron show Spotify and Google play that this podcast to be reckoned with this a podcast that more people need to listen to this is a podcast that they need to put on their charts as recommended than just leave a five star review and telephoned if you leave a five star review and Tele friend, you have made enormous efforts, and allowing us to be more people's ears, and allowing us have more of an impact. So the two reviews this week that I am going to give a shout out. To are the first one is by Kip bolts and Kim bolt says I love this podcast. It keeps me learning. And it keeps me positive on my future plans. Thanks to Ray. Thank you the second. Review is by not happy anymore. Twenty three while the hope this podcast makes you happy because you said that this is your favorite podcasts. And it goes on to say I stumbled on this podcast in December of twenty seventeen. And I have been hooked your guys hooked at been hooked ever since. I love the knowledge that is presented each week. And it's only motivating me to grind more. I also appreciate everything you do man. I'm assuming that that man is me. So I thank you for that. Also, thank you for your guidance giving during our breakthrough call it didn't go on deaf ears. Awesome. So guys if you don't know what this person.

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"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"For their technology more than a physical space with which sell books ray your thoughts in terms of the space i i really don't know if barnes and noble coal collapses and leaves a lot of space what's interesting to me at least in the central new york area is all the barnes and nobles are really not attached to malls part of a strip mall in our surrounding area and i don't know what would be able to come in and fill that space if it's emptied and the thing is most of the footprints barnes and noble or quite large i think it would have to be split up divided up you know two or in the two stores three stores for somebody to come in there that's going to take some time well and it's gotten to the point where realistically mark how much does does barnes and noble even market themselves in the public these days outside of just having the source itself well raise point is well taken their free standing but they are in close proximity to typically to shopping malls you know some of them are just gonna get bull those out some we'll turn into some alternative use it's hard to imagine who would spend a lot of money breaking the space up into multiple tenants but i guess that's possible at the end of the day thank goodness people continue to read although the migration over to digital product i think is just gonna continue young people seem to be wedded to digital without regard to physical product i rarely see students on campus here at columbia lugging around book bags full of textbooks as was the case some years ago so there's an increasingly level of peel to alternate forms of of media i just think it's very sad that this company which was the the gold standard if you will in many respects just completely lost its way and has been seemingly completely unable to to find new path for themselves peter and when it goes which.

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"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"I think as i as i have have passed of a rieter of these stores coming up in manhattan it's an older customer who still devoted to physical books who who really enjoys the interaction between the staff and the inventory when all is said and done when barnes and noble disappears there's going to be an enormous amount of sentimentality as there is inevitably for many of these brands that disappear but the the hard cruel fact is that they've lost their customer and i can't imagine what the new york times would see in in the company the new york times seems to have just survived in your death experience in their own right and is facing the inevitable continued decline of print journalism in in favor of digital the earlier comment peter made about the bookstore the bookstore business is is a necessarily viable but the bookstore brand is the university in which it serves not barnes and noble and so there is a barnes and noble university bookstore here at columbia and the barnes and noble brand equity is virtually nonexistence and the people who are shopping in that location are interested in textbooks and columbia material and sundries been not they're not shopping that location because it's a barnes and noble so you know it's bleak it's it's unhappy but it's in my opinion inevitable and hinted at this this echo it would mark said earlier the that it's kind of ironic that barnes and noble is now seen as kind of kind of big and bland just has no personality no kind of street cred when it comes to kind of kind of authentic committee oriented reading.

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"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"The newest book and reduced their backlist so it's almost exactly the opposite of what's happening in the publishing world and what's seeing success mark your thoughts and we've talked with you recently about toys r us and obviously that's a you know a chain that's getting ready to close up shop is barnes and noble gonna follow suit you know it's it's it's a pleasant place to go to to grab a cup of coffee it's a pleasant price place to browse the latest magazines and new releases but as you would know if you just visited any of their stores most of the people visiting barnes and noble don't buy anything at barnes and noble other than a cup of coffee the fact is they don't have any point of relevance they've been flailing for years they made an attempt through the nook to be competitive with them on but they basically have never made a go of that i don't think there's any possible ability that they're going to come up with anything miraculous especially in light of the fact that it would inevitably require a a change in the presentation scheme and their stores which would cost a lot of money this is gonna be another casualty i think within the next year or two at most you know it used to be such a powerful brand name and the hope was that you could attach barnes and noble to other stuff and convey that that halo but i think the the the brand equity itself is declining because they can't find anything useful to attach it to except for one thing the college bookstores i think that's that's i think remains a gold mine and it would be maybe best if they could it's separate businesses now but if they could keep the barnes and noble name more clearly attached to that and kind of away from the other dying business that people think of first so then this suggestion that's out there i've seen it in a couple of places about you know a potential lifeline being thrown out by broadcast entity or a publishing entity like the new york times you know because they would maybe have a vehicle to promote you know that's that's not even a good possibility at this point well let's just make the difference between the two barnes and noble entities more.

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"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"barnes" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"It's they they've tried lots of different things from devices to experiences to broadening the merchandise nothing's working i think at this point that they haven't found that that hooked to to to save the business nor have they really found kind of the vision or leadership to give people any confidence in it mark this is late stage demise there's no other way to describe it they were the last man standing in a sense in the traditional brick and mortar space but they just haven't figured out how to be become relevant too little too late i definitely think it's problematic that they haven't been able to find with consumers changing in their shopping habits and what they're looking for that they haven't found a strategy that can actually connect with the customers and what they're experiencing and hence their decline so do you think that that they are almost ray on a on a time limit right now i mean we we see barnes and noble in the next year two years whatever that timeframe may be kind of go go by the boards who that that's an interesting question i think what we'll see is they'll probably close more locations over time in the next few years as they try to struggle with way to sort of reinvent what they're trying to do and they they haven't found that special the ingredient yet but just to give you just a recent example and the publishing world the major publishing houses come out and twenty eight teams off to decent start for the publishers digital audio which you're not really going to buy and barnes and noble and backlist so backless in the publishing world is so john grisham comes out with his newest book but he has eighteen to twenty other books out there the backlist or those eighteen to twenty and barnes and noble has kind of reduced inventory to try to hit it with the bestseller.

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"barnes" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"barnes" Discussed on The Full 48

"What you may have viewed him however you may have viewed him and his reputation in the nba then he he cultivated their reputation he was he was you know pretty edgy player a tough player a guy who had to make his way in the nba for fourteen seasons by bringing it physically so he was you know he he made himself in some ways into the villain i think that was part of what he thrived on but it's obviously a role or a persona that he he clearly has mixed feelings about because matt barnes has any of his teammates would tell you over those fourteen years is a great guy very smart and thoughtful person and i think you'll hear that and you'll see that come through very clearly in this interview and he's spent a good amount of time thinking about this issue and not just not just matt barnes but al harrington katina mobely kenyon martin the others who participated in the roundtable discussion that bleacher report had hosted by my colleague master test fats in there's there's a lot here about the stigma of marijuana anna the practical uses i would i don't wanna say the necessity of it and look we as bleacher report in i personally am not neither endorsing nor passing any judgment but there's a kind of a reality in pro sports about pain management stress management whatever your feelings are about where marijuana or anything else fits into that i think this is an important discussion to have just would encourage you to listeners to keep an open mind about it as matinee talk about nba players the injuries the stress the schedule that they're on if it's not marijuana that's something else it's alcohol which is legal but obviously can be very destructive it's the pills that teams prescribe to manage injuries and pain and inflammation there's a lot more to it than just you know guys wanting to smoke weed there's this is this is about managing a very challenging lifestyles as a pro athlete so there's a lot there.

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"barnes" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"barnes" Discussed on The Full 48

"What you may have viewed him however you may have viewed him and his reputation in the nba then he he cultivated their reputation he was he was you know pretty edgy player a tough player a guy who had to make his way in the nba for fourteen seasons by bringing it physically so he was you know he he made himself in some ways into the villain i think that was part of what he thrived on but it's obviously a role or a persona that he he clearly has mixed feelings about because matt barnes has any of his teammates would tell you over those fourteen years is a great guy very smart and thoughtful person and i think you'll hear that and you'll see that come through very clearly in this interview and he's spent a good amount of time thinking about this issue and not just not just matt barnes but al harrington katina mobely kenyon martin the others who participated in the roundtable discussion that bleacher report had hosted by my colleague master test fats in there's there's a lot here about the stigma of marijuana anna the practical uses i would i don't wanna say the necessity of it and look we as bleacher report in i personally am not neither endorsing nor passing any judgment but there's a kind of a reality in pro sports about pain management stress management whatever your feelings are about where marijuana or anything else fits into that i think this is an important discussion to have just would encourage you to listeners to keep an open mind about it as matinee talk about nba players the injuries the stress the schedule that they're on if it's not marijuana that's something else it's alcohol which is legal but obviously can be very destructive it's the pills that teams prescribe to manage injuries and pain and inflammation there's a lot more to it than just you know guys wanting to smoke weed there's this is this is about managing a very challenging lifestyles as a pro athlete so there's a lot there.

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"barnes" Discussed on Road Trippin’: Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin’: Richard vs. Channing

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"barnes" Discussed on Road Trippin’: Richard vs. Channing

"For teaming up to figuring out what was wrong with this thing but we have the one and only hb on the podcast harrison barnes anna okay alley durham clouds on a only how many podcast winless announced i i am am these these thanks for that harrison so harrison barnes is here how you doing here is them can't play now they've got to started our guest o law determines that the plane uh i'm doing a lot better now that we can figured out this thing what do you think i am impressed you got it done argue were this was to giving up he didn't get it let's let's here early want him joe yeah i was really really close to a i was really really close to quitting but we have you here yeah thank you for coming thank you for the occasion awful on your day off said yep yoma day off yeah what what so what what years this now for you you're six i asked you as a rookie i know about you're gonna retire that you're not as an app i was i thought earned ira i literally but i was gonna retire six times in those six years what was he like is a back arges grid he used to have these epic epic oneonone battles every day base more yes they would go ahead in the block because you know back then was all the local gang member logo got shrugged.

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