18 Burst results for "Bill Hewlett"

"bill hewlett" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating

Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating

"I own a cheer though. We nervous that will help. I think so. Did you enjoy sexy. I i mean aside from the whispering and all that at all. I don't like the process of going because it hurts a lot just the first time or the thirty eight days of I don't enjoy it at all. And i'm not sure if i can tell you this but never come before you always think to one upset people. How would you fake orgasm. You want me to act it out right. I forgot you actually pretty good at acting out. Let's hear what now always on is that. Oh insul- with all the girls. Don't me alex. I mean it's understandable. I think there's there's some women that just start having orgasms from the get-go but i think it takes time to build confidence with your body kind of learn what feels good for. You hasn't happened since after with the dates nola. It is a finished too fast. Yeah who takes me a long time to adapt to a situation where so when you normally masturbate. How long does it take to another time. It's for like in a range. Twenty thirty minutes. Thirty minutes is a short the so long. I mean whatever sorry. I didn't mean to judge long slow. Yeah okay because taking slow you have to block out the whole week late afternoon for it. Yeah yeah okay. Four o'clock that's masturbate. Noah point still eight. Pm do you ever masturbated before date no after sometimes when they gave me excited. Sometimes i do that but if you don't have sex or what do you mean when that get too excited and we ended up going our home out there with myself. How would they do side Have a deeper conversation Usually i get excited when i have deeper conversation with people. P- some touchy. And that's it okay. Do you do kiss on i ate. It depends on my moods. Yeah i saw you. Bill hewlett brenner out. Thinking of all the kids before. And i was remembering. Oh sometimes i did kiss people on the first day initiate it or it's always the shooting i have never in my life initiate any cases his. I'm shy and i'm not sure if the guy wants a case. Wow unless he told me. I but that never happened before so always that guy kiss me. I have you ever tried to you not now. Is that okay well. It was nice. Eight plus teacher loves. Okay what about what about sex. It's it's usually the guys like you over eh i. I didn't know that one sex because a lot of guys just told me. Oh i wanna.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"President Johnson set up a task, force But half dozen people which I was the junior member. and. Two things. Impacted my like because of that one trip which. was to be an ordinary trip of. Going, and visiting with our minister technology with our friends and western Europe and their ministers of technology and Minister of Finance. and. Instead. Two things. happened. One of the. Members. Of the task, force was A. Guy Named Bill Hewlett. He van was running what people consider to be a small company called Hewlett Packard. And we had become friends in the course of the year because he was a member of the present site advisory committee. which would meet monthly and as a White House fellows I was shook societas with that committee. But what solidified our friendship? Was We were in Italy and bill. Asked me if I wanted to join flora and himself to take a drive down the Amalfi coast. He rented this. Volkswagen Beetle. And Flora was sitting in the passenger seat and I was living in the back. And my life was in his hands for the good our two we were driving I've never been driven so fast in my entire life, it was probably the most harrowing experience I ever had. Became really good friends. Then we were all Germany. And there was a gentleman of Minister of Technology I believe his name was Stoltenberg. And he got up and said. You know we here in Germany. We train unskilled people. To operate and maintain the most sophisticated technological weaponry in the world. And I that sentence hung in the air he continued to talk but I didn't hear the rest of what he's That was just a huge idea. When I went back to Washington I sat down with Willard words who was secretary of Labor, President Kennedy and Johnson the point into that position and needless to say as the Secretary of Labor, he was very interested in manpower training. And I came in and told them the story. And then I told the same story to Bill Moyer's who had become a very good friend an oral Freeman Secretary of agriculture bill moyers was President Johnson's press secretary and special assistant with having even more important position because of his..

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Slight majority of Republicans as well. The pole comes after President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Threatened to withhold federal funding from schools that choose not to reopen. Schools in California have already decided to hold online classes exclusively, while New York schools are waiting for covert 19 infection rates to drop below 5% before opening. Meanwhile, Sacramento City Unified, which has over 80 schools in the region, has yet to take a hard stance on whether or not they'll completely reopen. Or remain closed. Brody Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK the Orange County Board of Education, voting to reopen all school campuses without thinking people social distance or wear masks. KP Kay's Bill Hewlett has more tonight. The board said. Social distancing is not necessary, and students and teachers wearing masks is not only tough to enforce, but quote. May even be harmful. They're also not recommending classroom sizes be cut down, but are suggesting temperature checks. The decision was met with protests outside the education office in Costa Mesa, Orange County's 28 individual school district. Still get to make the final call and how they'll reopen campuses. If they do it all filled Hewlett News, 93.1 KFBK A Sacramento is seeing even more restrictions being placed as Kobe 19 numbers go up a warning from the mayor of Los Angeles today, saying he's very close. To declaring a shutdown. Again. We'll get more from ABC is Alex Stone in Los Angeles with Cove in 19 numbers here in Ally Rising Mayor Eric Garcetti. Using a new color coded system, says L. A. Is very close to entering emergency red status. We're on the border of going to read. It is up to all of us to make sure that we don't write. Now Allah is in orange red would mean strict. Stay at home orders in place again, ordering the people here stay home except for exempted work. An emergency errands like stone. ABC dares LOS Angeles Amid the coven 19 pandemic, many are afraid to take a trip to the hospital. KPK Sze Marshall Benson report. Attitudes towards Hospitals have changed during the nationwide Corona virus Pandemic and CEO and President of Dignity Health's here Nevada Memorial Hospital, Dr Brian Evans says. There is a newfound reluctance from the public to get help from hospitals. People have been reluctant Tio come into the merge department or call 911 And I think that there is a fear element here. I think people are nervous about coming into hospital. E R visits are down 42% and 911 calls are down 29%. Dr. Evans is worried that those with serious symptoms aren't getting the care that they need, especially when it comes to heart attacks and strokes were really concerned that there's people that are out there with symptoms that need to get checked out, and they might be holding off on doing that, And that's just Not a good idea. Dr Evans assures the public that there is plenty of personnel and safety in place to take care of anyone who might need help. Marshall Benson News, 93.1 KFBK the San Joaquin County Sheriff says he recently tested positive for cocaine, 19 and a Facebook video. Sheriff Pat Withrow says he's fine now, and the symptoms that showed up June 30th have gone away. Even so, he is urging residents to be vigilant. If you start not feeling well or anything like that, please get yourself tested. I know it's a long lines and Takes a while to get the results now, But let's make sure we take care of ourselves and our families and everybody else. Sheriff Withrow says He's very fortunate that the virus didn't progress and blessed that no one in his family has shown symptoms. Of covert 19 during today's public health Testing Taskforce Conference call Secretary Lord is Castro Ramirez highlighting what the state is doing to get sustainable testing resources to those in need. Part of that effort will involve movie more testing to healthcare provider offices and laboratories to allow state testing sites to focus on individuals who are harder to reach and at a higher risk of Kobe 19. Ramirez explains how the task force is taking action to bring the plan to fruition. Today, Our licensing boards will begin reaching out to doctors and pharmacists decision assistance in nurse practitioners. We will encourage them to partner with us in this effort to expand testing capacity but performing covert 19 testing in their offices. Today's announcement comes on the heels of Governor Newsome's order clothes order closing majority of indoor activities to try to mitigate the virus..

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on KTOK

"Back in two thousand twelve FAA records show the disso falcon fifty was switched over to bone doc aviation in mid March meeting she transferred ownership just as most of the country went under a stay at home order for the corona virus and last night the stars were out in various social distancing locations to raise money for the Big Apple we did this you did this we are difference makers fifteen million dollars everyone actress and comedian Tina fey raise lots of money in a star studded virtual telethon for the city that never sleeps as it continues to struggle with the pandemic and the guitar belonging to late nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is going up for auction the nineteen fifty nine Martin G. eighteen E. acoustic guitar will be sold by Julien's auctions as part of its music icons auction next month bidding is estimated to start at a million dollars at last year's auction Cobain's sweater worn during the same gig broke the record for most expensive sweater sold at auction gambling in at three hundred thirty four thousand dollars bill Hewlett that's entertainment I'm Liz Warner NBC news radio all from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory we're gonna take your calls next.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Falcon fifty was switched over to bone doc aviation in mid March meeting she transferred ownership just as most of the country went under a stay at home order for the corona virus and last night the stars were out in various social distancing locations to raise money for the Big Apple we did this you did this we are difference makers fifteen million dollars everyone actress and comedian Tina fey raise lots of money in a star studded virtual telephone for the city that never sleeps as it continues to struggle with the pandemic and the guitar belonging to late nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is going up for auction the nineteen fifty nine Martin G. eighteen E. acoustic guitar will be sold by Julian's options as part of its music icons auction next month bidding is estimated to start at a million dollars at last year's auction Cobain's sweater worn during the same gig broke the record for most expensive sweater sold at auction gambling in at three hundred thirty four thousand dollars bill Hewlett that's entertainment I'm Liz Warner NBC news radio Karen Lewis rand Paul goes right out she says you can't be the one to decide when to open the economy she doesn't like it videos of my page campus dot com so what do you think of Megan in her analysis on things too I thought she was great honestly I mean I I think she was he's very smart perspective on all on on those topics and you know she was able to yeah there's just a lot of people who do what she's doing anymore there's no issue doesn't come from a big partisan side of the of things and she kind of just lays out what she thinks is true and I I I at least at this point more probably more than ever value people who at least I believe are giving me their actual opinion even if it's not right at least I believe they're not manipulating it to try to fit some sort of a market signal and I don't think she was very careful not to give her opinion this but especially on terror Reid right she didn't give her opinion she gave a good good analysis of of what occurred and and that you know it was nice to hear that I think where I'm not getting I think if I we went to some left wing source did that interview you would see you know the typical you know all the sudden they wouldn't believe no women that side of it and if you went to eight you know if there is a lot of push for read to go do an interview with a much more partisan conservative Republican type of host and I don't think that would have done her story any value I mean I don't I don't think it's better to.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on KTRH

"Bought back in two thousand twelve FAA records show the disso falcon fifty was switched over to bone doc aviation in mid March meeting she transferred ownership just as most of the country went under a stay at home order for the corona virus and last night the stars were out in various social distancing locations to raise money for the Big Apple we did this you did this we are difference makers fifteen everyone actress and comedian Tina fey raise lots of money in a star studded virtual telephone for the city that never sleeps as it continues to struggle with the pandemic and the guitar belonging to late nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is going up for auction the nineteen fifty nine Martin G. eighteen E. acoustic guitar will be sold by Julien's auctions as part of its music icons auction next month bidding is estimated to start at a million dollars at last year's auction Cobain's sweater worn during the same gig broke the record for most expensive sweater sold at auction gambling in at three hundred thirty four thousand dollars bill Hewlett that's entertainment I'm Liz Warner NBC news radio I heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean to compare the creative differences between early on against now you know you start adults some hits and things like that it's amazing you start getting a lot better songs in a point so as that happens your career sort of developed in the store at Allen a little bit more what it is you know that you are I mean because you know when I first started rougher somebody'll I was like all right well this is what I'm gonna do and it's sort of it's kind of stayed the same but it also change a little bit as we went along and it you know I think the malls over time and just with age for me and different things so you know I think as that happens you your mindset changes a little bit and and with each record you know you you have a few hits all the sudden you got with us all right is that definitely more willing to give you the best they got you'll have in our case and we have writers that no we're going to cut them go in and start trying to write songs specifically for us for our records and it's guys that have had a ton of cuts with us over the years that sort are locked into what it is that I do and.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Taylor swift is selling one for private jets the pop star sold one of her two jets which she bought back in two thousand twelve FAA records show the Dassault falcon fifty was switched over to bone doc aviation in mid March meeting she transferred ownership just as most of the country went under a stay at home order for the corona virus and last night the stars were out in various social distancing locations to raise money for the Big Apple we did this you did this we are difference makers fifteen million dollars everyone actress and comedian Tina fey raise lots of money in a star studded virtual telephone for the city that never sleeps as it continues to struggle with the pandemic and the guitar belonging to late nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is going up for auction the nineteen fifty nine Martin G. eighteen E. acoustic guitar will be sold by Julien's auctions as part of its music icons auction next month bidding is estimated to start at a million dollars at last year's auction Cobain sweater worn during the same gig broke the record for most expensive sweater sold at auction gambling in at three hundred thirty four thousand dollars bill Hewlett that's entertainment I'm Liz Warner NBC news radio Baghdad Iraqi you know holding pattern for governor Beshear Iraq we have a lot of stories in the last week it seems ten days about people speeding excessively correctly the guy yesterday one hundred ninety one right nineteen.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"She bought back in two thousand twelve FAA records show the disso falcon fifty was switched over to bone doc aviation in mid March meeting she transferred ownership just as most of the country went under a stay at home order for the corona virus and last night the stars were out in various social distancing locations to raise money for the Big Apple we did this you did this we are difference makers fifteen million dollars everyone actress and comedian Tina fey raise lots of money in a star studded virtual telethon for the city that never sleeps as it continues to struggle with the pandemic and the guitar belonging to late nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is going up for auction the nineteen fifty nine Martin G. eighteen E. acoustic guitar will be sold by Julian's options as part of its music icons auction next month bidding is estimated to start at a million dollars at last year's auction Cobain's sweater worn during the same gig broke the record for most expensive sweater sold at auction gambling in at three hundred thirty four thousand dollars bill Hewlett that's entertainment I'm Liz Warner NBC news radio where's the Flynn three oh two accomplishments that report is missing it's gone proved it's out out we can't find it so in regard to a lot of FISA things yes I think there's more shoes to drop and I think they'll be prosecution is the president part of these discussions in these negotiations I don't know I don't have any idea what the president does he said that the house is on vacation you know what the waste your time or mine but he says okay it is one hundred seventy five days in jail both coast to coast in order to to shine the glad you're with us our shoes Sean Hannity show eight hundred nine four one showing you want to be a part of the program yeah well the Democrats are demanding state bailouts.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The corona virus might have shut down the line because we know it's not a live stadium seven ninety KABC easier keeping you informed with accurate up to the minute news until the nineteenth Stacey being informed J. A. B. C. Los Angeles Orange County and Los Angeles just right ABC news at one o'clock on camping trip you're heard it here first on KABC California governor Gavin Newsom says the state home orders are not what he calls a permanent state he says lifting those orders will require a flattening of hospitalizations and intensive care numbers Newsome called it an imperfect science the governor says how we assess the situation in two weeks Newsome says the state has a six pronged coronavirus strategy moving forward it includes expanded testing protection of vulnerable populations addressing hospital needs engaging with research experts and we drawing floor plans for businesses and other public areas as well as reinstating government controls if needed Houston says there was a record number of deaths over the past twenty four hours from covert nineteen but insists the state's orders are helping to bend the curve and slow the spread Los Angeles has a new free debit card program designed to help low income residents hit hard by the coronavirus crisis there's only one problem so many people are applying for the prepaid debit card that the city special website is crashing family members call it Americal Phil Hewlett reported eighty one year old man in Orange County is making a full recovery from covert nineteen Victor Gomez spent the better part of a month on a ventilator battling the coronavirus yesterday he left the ICU and thank doctors for saving his life today he is in acute rehab at mission hospital in Laguna beach and is expected to be back at home with his wife of twenty five years in a couple of weeks bill Hewlett K. A. B. C. news great day on Wall Street all the major indexes.

"bill hewlett" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In today's launch of a cargo mission to the international space station a three ton shipment which includes some mighty mice that are going to be taking part in a muscle study also on that lift off and the dragon cargo ship a robot sensitive astronauts emotions and a miniature version of a breweries malthouse dragon capsules will be dropping off some holiday goodies for the six station residents the falcon rocket that took off from Cape Canaveral successfully landed on a barge in the Atlantic a well known Buick model will stop being produced next year bill Hewlett has more on the end of the production line for the regal is a new kind of the regal name plate has been around for more than forty years in the recent design of the card drew praise from many automotive insiders however the company says buyers are preferring to purchase sport utility vehicles and demand for the regal fell by double digits for the first nine months of the year the week although apparently not totally going away it will continue to be sold in the Chinese market where drivers they're still by sedans two fifty will be quite a sight in downtown crossing in parts of the financial district a site full of light WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us tonight will come alive with the festival of lights the snowstorms gone head the meteorological stage will be set tonight and tomorrow night for a banquet for the eyes in downtown crossing in parts of the financial district it's a festival of light cold luminous voluminous is a nighttime contemporary arts festival it's free to the public Lindberg runs a nonprofit called Blumen arts this is the fifth year they've done their sponsoring local artists to create some visual magic you'll.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For the employment development department spokesperson at Thomas Bjorn says no previous experience is necessary to get into the industry they're going to teach you how to do this we're gonna teach your knowledge of the of the product according to a report from new front tier data the cannabis industry is projected to create more than a quarter of a million jobs by next year. new fishing rules are in place that are designed to cut down on the number of accidental deaths of dolphins whales sharks and sea lions gate for his radical Carter has more the Pacific fishery management council voted this week in favor of commercial fishermen using deep set bully gear instead of huge drift gill nets to catch swordfish actually Blake Dreger with Sienna says marine conservation groups have been fighting for this change for eight years now we need the national fisheries service to added to the list of approved fishing gear types and then issue separate your permits through their regulatory process as soon as possible just kill that's already are banned in several areas along the west coast so fishermen using the new gear will soon have access to more fishing grounds especially off the coast of northern California and Oregon Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. young people around the globe were planning a school strike today to protest government and business in action on climate change okay if the case bill Hewlett has details it's expected to be one of the biggest environmental protests ever the protest comes as the United Nations prepares for the climate action summit on Monday where the focus will be on sticking to the twenty fifteen Paris climate accord students are planning another strike September twenty seventh millions are expected to take part of the.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Genetic link between a pathogen found in dying at sea otters and feral cats bill Hewlett has details the parasite talk so plasma gun dye has been found in many wild southern sea otters and California and wild and domestic cats the pathogen is deadly to the authors the study shows the parasite forms cysts in the cat's feces the cysts can get washed into waterways via rainfall if cat feces is not properly disposed of storm water runoff is the key source of the parasite exposure in sea otters fills Hewlett news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. a father and son are under arrest after officers found two thousand unmarked pills in their car officers in back of lower making a routine traffic stop last night when they say they discovered MDMA during a search of the vehicle climb on young and call on young junior rather senior well I guess was come on young junior and come on young senior were arrested and booked into yellow are the Solano county jail on a host of drug related charges today for stay sixty students can move into their dorms for the fall semester around two thousand new and returning students will gather at Riverview hall all day today to move in the move a time to move was at seven thirty this morning through another half hour so about four thirty this afternoon and coming up at four eleven and are building a better Sacramento segment okay as a permanent today giving out almost two million dollars in grants around the area will tell you about that now we'll get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

"To be Monday Monday back from the weekend going into the work week. Oh what's that you hate hate Mondays well. What's there to eat about it? It's Amazon Prime Day. Don't you know you can get all the deals goodies and more we get into that shortly. I guarantee you. It's going to be a segment that you like so be sure and hold off on the white button if you're watching a video today to get to that part because I bet you'll find something that you like in there. Also if you didn't like that and you WanNa like something else that will be taking a look at a while some bad news a computer computer password inventor dies aged ninety three while also be taking look at twitter desktop a redesign and my thoughts on it also be taking look at waves announcing an exclusive new toll calculation relation feature finally an APP that listens to the directions and can figure out the toll roads because I'm getting sick and tired of trying to figure out toll roads also we'll be taking look at a super customizable controller for the Nintendo handle switch in finally we'll be taking look at a single player division spin off might possibly be thing someday to which I say yes bring it on but before we can get that. Did you know that Hewlett packards of company name was almost Packard Hewlett Yup well Bill Hewlett and David Packard graduated from university nineteen thirty five in typical fashion for the industry that would become much more commonplace in the years to come here while I started by business in a garage those two did the company was properly formed in nineteen thirty nine though the pair could not decide on a name and ended up get this flipping coin to determine whose name would come. I thus H._p.. was born although it could have easily have been ph instead good thing that fifty fifty didn't work out the other way otherwise it would have been confused. What are we talking about P. H.? We're talking about the water water molecules in a pool or something. I don't know speaking of what's to know a not no well today intech history when we taking look back on well things that happen on if they in history being today.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Next couple of hours, we'll bring you news of the week insights, the magazine, and so much more. It's the sooner than you think issue, Carol I love this because it's looking around the corner in a way, but just around the corner. These are really cool things that are happening all over the world. Exactly. And going to impact us big time in the future from healthcare to artificial intelligence. We take a look at how technology is disrupting everyday life. So getting your arms around. What really is sooner than you, think not an easy task and it fell to Jeff Musk's? He's the editor of the technology section. He's here with us. So give us a sense of how you even begin to do this. Sure. We'll last year we were looking at the incredible moment that we're seeing coming for a this year, you know, in the midst of, you know, sort of. Backlash against the, you know, sort of conventional. Big tech industry that's certainly heating up, especially we're wanted to look at what new models of innovation and technological progress. Really look like. And one of the ways into this. It's so brilliant is that you use one of our best assets, Ashley vans, Hello world. He's been all over the planet literally looking at these pockets of innovation and the comparisons that he makes to what he seeing around the world versus what he seen, and you've seen for so many years in Silicon Valley are pretty stark. Help us understand that perspective. Yeah, absolutely. The this is really in actually wheelhouse. It's the story. He's kind of been been telling in ways big and small for the better part of a decade. Now is, as you know, the was said, one of his stories, a few years ago, the finest minds of my generation or figuring out how to get people to click on ads. This is been the story of Silicon Valley for most of the past decade for several lifetimes, valley years, but actually travels around the world of taking them to places that reminded him of the valley of generations past and reminded him that innovation can can come in, in all forms. Whether it's in Australia or China or chillier, Palestine or elsewhere around the world. Well, let's talk about the Silicon Valley of past, and let's get into what he means specifically by that. And then we can talk about kind of where we are today, so he's talking about when hobbyists were involved builders were involved a little bit about that. Hearkens back, I to the Silicon Valley of Bill Hewlett and Dave Packer zero. When people were experimenting in pre computerized arrow with what? Electrification and the growth of electronics industry can do for the country, and people were, you know, as as really trying to tinker invent their way to better future as opposing as opposed to sort of try to optimize it for, you know, quarterly shareholder meetings, well and, and what changed I mean in, in your estimate and based on Ashley's reporting, where did that pivot happen, because as he says, the finest minds of his generation of our all of our generations. You know are now focused on, on something very different even different from the nineties, what happened. Sure. As as Ashley points out on the peace. A wave of innovation and sort of crests with an unless changes after Netscape. Right. And then the dot com crash nineteen ninety five it's sort of all the comes apparent what the internet at least a potential is going to be. And then we take some hard left turn because, like, that's right. Whereas, I think a lot of people would say it would look at the current slate of Silicon Valley, tech giants and say, well, you know, Facebook's the, the flagship problem you know, the biggest arbiter of the kinds of ad models that, you know, we, we see reason to be worried about here, actually Google and says know the search giant more or less. Inventing the modern industry of accumulating as much data as possible about people to try generate more and more advertising dollars is really where. You know the industry started to lose its way. There's a line in this story that actually wrote the Jess struck me actually talked about it with my daughter. Any, he says the whole goal now is to pull people out of the real world and into an invented one. And I think that's fascinating. Right. Because everybody's just spending time on their phones or their computers or what have you just playing in this fake world. Right. Rather than out kind of exploring the world, right? Everything's everything's game five. You're right. You're trying to solve problems in the real world as much as you're trying to solve the maze. Invented challenges of. More unofficial era and the, the, the models of innovation that he's harkening back to here. We've tried to explore on this package or really more. A out of the physical world. So let's talk about though. He said, he's kind of not giving up hope. Right. So let's talk about the places around the world where he said, okay? There are people who are building things looking to make things even better more ideal in our world. Absolutely. It's a long list. The piece starts in, in Palestine a couple of years ago at a conference that brought entrepreneurs from the Middle East to pigeon. Some cases we're already pretty regionally famous startups. And in some cases have have taken off since then, but she's also traveled to New Zealand emerging rocket and cume, satellite companies and. China to see the drone king of the world and the drone masters challenge and candidates to the modern godfather Isabey and many other places. That's Jeff muskets. He was the architect of this entire show. Was really glad we got a chance to catch up with him and Ashley Vance. He was traveling. So he couldn't catch up with him. But I tell you his words the ideas that.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:59 min | 3 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of Bloomberg business week over the next couple of hours, we'll bring you news of the week insights, the magazine, and so much more. It's the sooner then you think issue Carol I love this because it's looking around the corner in a way, but just around the corner. These are really cool things that are happening all over the world. Exactly. And going to impact as big time in the future from healthcare to artificial intelligence. We take a look at how technology is disrupting everyday life. So getting your arms around what really is sooner than you think on an easy task? And it fell to Jeff muskets. He's the editor the technology section. He's here with us. So give us a sense of how you even begin to do this. Sure. Well, last year we were looking at the incredible moment that we're seeing coming about for this year in the midst of sort of backlash against the. Sort of conventional big tech industry, that's heating up this, especially wanted to look at what new models of innovation and technological progress for like, and one of the ways into this. It's so brilliant is that you use one of our best assets actually vans. Hello world. He's been all over the planet literally looking at these pockets of innovation and the comparisons that he makes to what he seeing around the world versus what he seen, and you've seen for so many years in Silicon Valley are pretty stark help us understand that perspective. Yeah. The this is really in ashes wheelhouse. The stories kind of been been telling ways big and small for the better part of a decade. Now is, as you know, the said in one of his stories, a few years ago, the finest minds of my generation or figuring out how to get people to click on ads. This is been the story of Silicon Valley for the past decade, which is several lifetimes values but actually travels around the world of taking them to places that reminded him of the valley of generations past and reminded him that innovation can can come in all forms, whether it's in Australia or China or chillier, Palestine or elsewhere around the world. Well, let's talk about the Silicon Valley of past, and let's get into what he means Pacific by that. And then we can talk about kind of where we are today, so he's talking about when hobbyists were involved builders involved a little bit about that. Hearkens back, I to the Silicon Valley of Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard zero, when people were experimenting in a pre computerized aero with what triplication and the growth of electronics industry can do for the country and people were as really trying to tinker. Invent their way to better future as opposing as opposed to trying to optimize it for quarterly shareholder meetings, well, and what changed in your estimate and based on Ashley's reporting, where did that pivot happen, because as he says, the finest minds of his generation of our all of our generations. You know are now focused on something very different even different from the nineties. What happened? Sure. As as actually points out in the piece way of innovation and sort of Chris with, and unless changes after Netscape, right? And then the dot com crash ninety five it's sort of all the comes apparent what the internet at least a potential is going to be. And then we take some hard left turn. That's right. Whereas, I think a lot of people would say would look at the current slate of Silicon Valley, tech giants and say, well, you know, Facebook's the, the flagship problem you know, the biggest arbiter of the kinds of admirals that, you know, we, we see reason to be worried about here, actually Google and says the search giant more or less. Inventing the modern industry of accumulating as much data as possible about people to try generate more and more advertising dollars is really where. You know the industry started to lose its way. There's a line in this story that actually wrote the Jess struck me actually talked about with my daughter says the whole goal now is to pull people out of the real world and into an invented one. And I think that's fascinating. Right. Because everybody's just spending time on their phones, their computers or one hundred Hugh, just playing in this fake world. Right. Rather than out kind of exploring the world, right? Everything's game five you're trying to solve problems in the real world as much as you're trying to solve the maze advantage of. Mortified era and the, the, the models of innovation. He's harkening back to hear that we've tried to explore in this package or really more. Leaping out of the physical world. So let's talk about though. He said, he's kind of not giving up hope. Right. So let's talk about the places around the world where he said, okay? There are people who are building things looking to make things even better more ideal in our world, actually, it's a long list. You know, the, the piece starts in, in Palestine a couple years ago at a conference that brought entrepreneurs from throughout the Middle East to pigeon. Some cases, we're already pretty regionally famous startups and some cases have taken off since then, but she's also traveled to New Zealand emerging rocket and cume, satellite companies and. China to see the drone king of the world and the Drouin masters challenge and then to candidates to me to the modern godfathers and many other places. That's Jeff muskets. He was the architect of this entire show. Was really glad we got a chance to catch up with him and Ashley Vance he was traveling. We couldn't catch up with him that I tell you his words, the ideas that.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Business week over the next couple of hours, we'll bring you news of the week and such a magazine and so much more. It's the sooner than you think issue, Carol I love this because it's looking around the corner in a way, but just around the corner. These are really cool things that are happening all over the world. Exactly. And going to impact us big time in the future from healthcare to artificial intelligence. We take a look at how technology is disrupting everyday life. So getting your arms around what really is sooner than you think an easy task and it fell to Jeff muskets? He's the editor the technology section. He's here with us. So give us a sense of how you even begin to do this. Sure will last year we were looking at the incredible moment that we're seeing coming back for a this year, you know, in the midst of sort of. Backlash against the, you know, sort of conventional big tech industry that's heating up this week, especially wanted to look at what new models of innovation and technological progress. Really look like. And one of the ways into this. It's so brilliant is that you use one of our best assets actually vans. Hello world. He's been all over the planet literally looking at these pockets of innovation and the comparisons that he makes to what he's seeing around the world versus what he seem an you've seen for so many years in Silicon Valley are pretty stark. Help us understand that perspective. Yeah, absolutely. The this is really in ashes. We'll have the story. He's kind of been been tailing in ways big and small for the better part of a decade. Now is, as you know, the was said in one of his stories, a few years ago, the finest minds of my generation or figuring how to get people to click on ads. This is been the story of Silicon Valley for most of the past decade, and which several lifetimes in valley years, but actually travels around the world of taking him to places that have reminded him of the valley of generations past and reminded him that innovation can can come in all forms, whether it's in Australia or China or chillier, Palestine or elsewhere around the world. Well, let's talk about the Silicon Valley of past, and let's get into what he means specifically by that. And then we could talk about kind of where we are today, so he's talking about when hobbyists were involved builders were involved a little bit about that. Hearkens back, I to the Silicon Valley of Bill Hewlett, and Dave Packer zero and people were experimenting in a pre computerized era with what? Triplication and the growth of electronics industry can do for the country and people were as really trying to tinker. Invent their way to their futures opposing as opposed to sort of try to optimize it for quarterly shareholder meetings, well, and, and what changed, I mean, in your estimate and based on Ashley's reporting, where did that pivot happen because he says the finest minds of his generation of our all of our generations are now focused on, on something very different even different from the nineties. What happened? Sure. Well, yeah. As as actually points out on the peace. A wave of innovation and sort of Chris with, and unless changes after Netscape, right? And then the dot com crash ninety five it's sort of all the comes apparent what the internet at least a potential is going to be. And then we take some hard left turn because, like, that's right. Whereas, I think a lot of people would say would look at the current. Late of Silicon Valley, tech giants and say, well, Facebook's the flagship problem you know, the biggest arbiter of the kinds of admirals that, you know, we see reason to be worried about here, actually Google and says. The search giant more or less inventing, the modern industry of accumulating as much data as possible about people to try generate more and more advertising dollars is really where. The industry started to lose its way. There's a line in this story that actually wrote the Jess struck me actually talked about it with my daughter. Any, he says the whole goal now is to pull people out of the real world and into an invented one. And I think that's fascinating. Right. Because everybody's just spending time on their phones or their computers or what have you just playing in this fake world. Right. Rather than out kind of exploring the world, right? Everything's game five you're trying to solve problems in the real world as much as you're trying to solve the maze. They invented challenges of. Mortified era and the, the, the models of innovation that he's harkening back to here. We've tried to explore in this package or more. Leaping out of the physical world. So let's talk about though. He said, he's kind of not giving up hope. Right. So let's talk about the places around the world where he said, okay? There are people who are building, things looking to make things even better more ideal in our world, actually, it's a long list, the piece starts in, in Palestine a couple years ago at a detect conference brought entrepreneurs from throughout the Middle East pigeon, some cases, we're already pretty regionally famous startups and some cases have taken off since then, but she's also traveled to New Zealand emerging rocket and cube satellite companies and. China to see the drone king of the world and the they and masters challenge and into Canada to meet the modern Godfather's bay and many other places. That's Jeff muskets. He was the architect of this entire show. Was really glad we got a chance to catch up with him and Ashley Vance he was traveling. We couldn't catch up with him. But I tell you his words the.

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"bill hewlett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bill hewlett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Eighty-four on CNN's state of the union McAuliffe said once the photo of north involving blackberries clansman costume came out. There's no way he can continue to be the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia McAuliffe goes on to say that he. Believes north is a good moral decent man who made a mistake. And we'll do the right thing for the people of Virginia. Senator Sherrod Brown is calling President Trump a racist. He built his political career knowing what he was doing on questioning the legitimacy and the birthplace of the president United States on NBC's. Meet the press, the Ohio democrat said that he believes the allegations that Trump discriminated against black people as a real estate owner proves he is a racist. Brown's the nation has dealt well with issues of race. And now we have a president who's a racist. Brown has previously called Trump a racist. Saying earlier this month on CNN that it's self evident. It appears Charlie Sheen is having trouble selling his California mansion Bill Hewlett explains. The former two and a half men co-star is asking nearly eight and a half million dollars for the Mediterranean house in Sherman oaks sheen. I listed the property last year at ten million bucks. The home feature seven bedrooms seven bathrooms and a bookcase in the master suite. That unveils a private theater. The backyard has two swimming pools a basketball court and. Pitcher's mound. The Fifty-three-year-old actor paid just over seven million dollars for the property in two thousand six Phil Hewlett NBC, News Radio and extremely dangerous inmate who escaped custody in Texas is back behind bars Centric marks escaped when he was left unattended during a prisoner transport. He was captured in Conroe about forty miles north of Houston. He's got three pending murder charges. He's also a professional fighter and rapper. Twenty-one savage could be deported after being arrested by immigration and customs enforcement ice says the Atlanta based rapper is from the United Kingdom and overstayed his visa after coming to the US legally in two thousand five he was arrested early Sunday in Atlanta and now has to go through deportation proceedings..

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Snow storm slams Southeast, leaving hundreds of thousands without power

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Snow storm slams Southeast, leaving hundreds of thousands without power

"Saturday of yellow best protests. French officials had announced this week that they were ending the unpopular fueled tax had ignited the protest, but that didn't stop the violence the protests over French president, Emmanuel Macron's economic policies continue French police, deployed tear gas and water cannons. There was a strong police presence in Paris. And it seemed to help keep the violence to a minimum. A government minister said one hundred eighty demonstrators seventeen police officers were injured nationwide in elementary school in Nebraska is dealing with real life Grinch Bill. Hewlett has the story Manchester elementary principal. Jennifer Sinclair, sit out a strict list banning certain Christmas items on the list was Santa Claus Christmas trees, red and green items and candy canes. According to the memo sent to teachers candy canes were banned because historically the j shape is for Jesus. The red is for blood of Christ in the white is a symbol of his resurrection. The list included items that are appropriate the school district. Picked put Sinclair on administrative leave and reverse the ban after a free speech advocacy, group posted the memo online saying it, violates the US constitution by showing hostility toward Christianity. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio every year on Christmas Eve, the serpent cocoa beach. Florida turns red as it has been the case for the past decade. The red is the color Santa suits, hundreds of them this Christmas Eve, no different as a tenth annual serving Santa's event will feature a costume contest with categories that include participants of all ages, including babies, there will also be a surfing event where all the Santa's grant their boards and paddle out the events supports to local nonprofits and thousands took part

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