29 Burst results for "Brill"

 David A. Arnold: The Difference Between Being Father and Having a Child

The Ed Mylett Show

01:59 min | 5 months ago

David A. Arnold: The Difference Between Being Father and Having a Child

"I talked about how a 17, I found out who I thought Eddie was my father. I found out was not my biological father that I was he actually adopted me when I was 6 months old. And there was another guy who I actually knew because he was a friend of the family. So he was around. And I played with his children as Friends, not knowing they were really my half brother and sister. And my mom told me at this age, this is your brill. This is who made you. And you know, yeah, sure, it could have sent me into a tailspin, but it didn't. What it did is it made me understand in that moment. The difference between being a father and making a child. Because that's what my dad is. My dad is like, that's when I say my dad, my father, that's Eddie Arnold. Mike Payne, who made me, I call him my maker. You know what I mean? But I will never disrespect my father. By giving Mike Payne, the title of dad, and which he's a dad and father to other children that I know. He's just not that to me. And this is what I say to people who have come to me and I've talked to about things that have happened to us in our life, which everybody gets things that happen that are unfortunate. You find out your dad is this, your parents on drugs. You were abused as I always say this. I hear everything you're saying. And I want you to know that you're right that that was unfortunate and wrong that it happened to you. And it was painful. And unfair. Now what? Right, right. We got nobody everybody stops there, but you got to go past that. You got to go now what? Because there's no line. To get in for everybody who was mistreated. So where you can just stand in line and be like, everybody who had a bad childhood come over here, we're going to give you a stipend for the rest of your life. It doesn't work like that. You have to figure out how to get around that.

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"brill" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"brill" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"And I would say that they've adapted over time to use this method and it wouldn't hurt their belly in the way you think it would. They have a pretty strong pliable skin and scales which serve as a protecting layer from things like scratches or areas of the mammals that might go after them, but I would say that it's possible still for their belly to get hurt. They usually tend to go after things like mammals and mammals have teeth and claws. So if they get a good bite or scratch while they're constricting or while they're in the mode of trying to constrict an animal that that would hurt them, but no, it doesn't hurt their belly and the way you might think it would be a tires out their muscles a little bit if they're constricting for a long time, usually it should only take a few minutes, but if they don't get a good hold, maybe they're straining their muscles a while and it tires them. My name is iris. I'm four years old and do snakes sleep. Can snake sleep or do they sleep? I really like this question because it brings up a really cool feature about snakes and another part that they're missing is eyelids. So snakes don't have eyelids, meaning they can't shut their eyes or blink. So can they sleep and do they sleep? And the answer is yes, they do sleep. All animals really need to rest or sleep in some sort of fashion to survive, basically. How long they sleep for? I'm not really sure that anybody knows. But they do sleep and they have to sleep with their eyes open and just to bring back that, that I would think they do have a covering on their eyes. It's called brill or a spectacle. It's clear though, and they shed it every time they remove their skin. It just helps to keep the debris and dust audit their eyes.

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"brill" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"brill" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Com. Jack, I want to ask you about a little bit about Florida as it relates to the country because right now the governor of California is taking on Florida regularly. I know you're aware of the attacks that Gavin Newsom has mounted against governor desantis and hey floridians if you don't feel free, you can flee to California. I don't know that there's a lot of Florida license plates in California these days, but I know there are lots of California license plates in Florida. As acting chair for the Republican Party of Sarasota, Florida, what do you make of a California Democrat governor's attacks on our state? It's a complete act of desperation. If you want, you know, we believe in make America, Florida. And if you want to go to California, take another 20% of your income, put it in taxes, be regulated every way possible. Don't have any freedoms of anything, go to California. But if you want to be part of the real America, come to Florida. You know, I love the way the country looks to Florida as an example of the way things could be. I mean, let's face it under governor desantis leadership, I mean, I had the blessing of moving to Florida and becoming a Florida resident a few years ago and I'm so proud all through the pandemic. I would hear stories horror stories of friends of mine in Chicago in LA in California in New York. It was night and day. It's and here's what's most important, a state like Florida economically has soared over the last couple of years and yet these blue states are in the shore. I'll take our budget surplus growth over Illinois debt in what the obligations, those taxpayers have any day of the week. During especially during season, you'll appreciate this, but it's year round now. I wonder if there's anybody left in the state of Illinois or Michigan because all I see are those license plates driving around Sarasota and elsewhere in Florida. You know, I don't know how they're paying their bills up there anymore because there's nobody left. Okay. Yeah, but we are such a shiny example of what the country can be. And is and, you know, everything from our children, the education, from the budgeting, from our freedoms, just everything, I mean, we're hitting every cylinder, and it's just incredibly part of this. And Jack isn't it fair to say that the left and the Democrats, the beast, as I call it, the media, academia, Hollywood, all of that. They despise governor desantis. Oh, absolutely. They despise, you know, it's amazing, just take something we have our school board races coming up in August. And you would not believe the out of state donations that the democratic candidates are getting. That's how far down that they despise governor desantis and the Republicans and what we're doing to try and continue to improve and make our continue to make our state great is they're throwing money at school boards to try and derail us any way they can because they're failing so badly on a state level and even on a county and a legislative level. I'm so excited for you. I hope you have a great event. I know you will tomorrow and come back and visit with us more often, Jack brill. Barb yoder and the team here at a.m. 9 30, the answer and AMH 70 in Tampa just sing your praises. I know what a great job you guys do and I can't wait to meet you in person, one of these days. Keep fighting the good fight. And again, good luck, have a great event tomorrow. Thanks, Mike, and we look forward to everyone coming out to Sarasota, robots arena tomorrow. Have a great day. Thank you for having me. You bet 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sarasota, GOP, dot com, Jack brill, acting chair for the Republican Party of Sarasota and Bill Buckley incidentally, my friend and colleague, great, great Florida broadcaster and love the guy. He's going to be interviewing a lot of people. From noon to two on a.m. 9 30, the answer. So if you're in and around or you could get it on the app as well, the answer Sarasota dot com, but Bill will be talking to a lot of the local candidates, hopefully governor desantis, senator Rubio, so check out the great Bill bunkley. On air tomorrow, noon to 2 p.m. on a.m. 9 30 the answer. It is true. I had dinner there last weekend, three people came up to the table. Mike, my call, I listen every day. And nobody recognizes me anymore. How we could we could fly. This is your summer. That means 6 flags in the taste of an ice cold Coca-Cola. We're talking thrilling coasters, delicious burgers, real moments together, and this. Coke is summer refreshment when you need it most, so you can hop on another ride or race down a slide at the water park. This is your summer. 6 flags and Coca-Cola. Come make it yours. Visit 6 flags dot com slash Coke to save up to $20 on passes. We can fly.

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"brill" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:20 min | 7 months ago

"brill" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"There's a highway that stretches across the 93 days of summer. Where worship is an offered to the sun. But to the smoking tire, the S curve, and the spin turn. And if you ride it, make sure you do it in a Dodge charger, challenger, or Durango. 'cause on this highway, the lines being blurred are the ones between drivers. And demons, welcome to highway 93, the Dodge is a registered trademark. I was in Sarasota last weekend, had some dinner in boy, every time I go to Sarasota, I'm reminded of what a great community it is and solid Republican, it must be fun to be the acting chair for the Republican Party of Sarasota, Florida. Those are the duties of Jack brill. He's the acting chairman who joins us. He's from longboat key longtime Florida resident, and he's getting ready for a big event in Sarasota at the robards arena. We wanted to invite Jack on the show to talk a little bit about it. How are you, mister chairman? Good Mike, how are you this morning? I'm good to be here. I appreciate you having me on the air. Oh, I can see it. It looks great. People watching on Salem news channel can see the tables, the venue behind you. You're ready for a big event. This is a really big deal. It's the Republican Party of Sarasota and manatee county's candidates rally. I understand that governor desantis, senator Marco Rubio, congressman vern Buchanan, a lot of local candidates all scheduled to appear. It's going to be a big deal. You got to be very excited to have the man who might just be our future president in attendance tomorrow, huh? We're hopeful that everybody makes it. We're excited about it. We've been doing this since senator grutters who's actually the Republican Party of Florida chairman. He was the county chairman years ago. We started off as with a pie rally. And as you know, in Sarasota, we have an Amish community. So we've got the best pies around, so we give everybody a pie. And I think that's the biggest draw, but we have a great lineup of candidates. We actually have over 44 to 46 candidates, everything from the school board county commission, state House, state Senate, all the way up to the state and the federal levels. It will be capped off with senator Rubio at the end. So we're, you know, we expect about 2000 people, doors open at 10 o'clock at robots. You can see in the background, I wanted to show you the area being set up. In the background, all the candidates have boosts the people come by, get all their material. And then up front, the area where they sit to watch the speeches, I'm actually up on the stage. So we're hopeful for 2000 people. We're excited about it. You know, this has been something we've been doing since 2010. And it's just a great way to get everybody together and it's a great way to get the election season kicked off because obviously we get through the primaries and we're united after that. And I did want to comment, we're really excited about your talk about being Sarasota. We have a over almost well over a 50,000 voter registration edge over the Democrats now. Wow. It has grown tremendously. We're adding 7 to 900 Republican registered voters in Sarasota net new voters every month in Sarasota. So I agree with you. It's a great place to be the Republican chairman. Well, and as a conservative as a radio big mouth on a.m. 9 30 answer in Sarasota, it's so funny because when I, when I'm in when I'm in Tampa or saint Pete, it's kind of Mike who, but when I go over to Sarasota, it's like, oh, my Gallagher, I'm 9 30, the answer. We love, we love the station. We love what you're doing. It's so fun to meet people in Sarasota who listen. We've got a great following there and I know you've got a great Republican base. So I'm so excited for you for this big event. The Sarasota manatee county candidates rally, the incidentally, the website for details, Sarasota, GOP dot com and you learn all about the Sarasota Republican Party Republican Party and what they're doing and what Jack brill and his organization are up to, Sarasota, GOP dot com..

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EU ministers assessing bloc's response to war

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

EU ministers assessing bloc's response to war

"European European European European Union Union Union Union foreign foreign foreign foreign ministers ministers ministers ministers a a a a weighing weighing weighing weighing up up up up of of of of the the the the effectiveness effectiveness effectiveness effectiveness of of of of the the the the bloc's bloc's bloc's bloc's response response response response to to to to the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine amid amid amid amid concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's preparations preparations preparations preparations for for for for a a a a major major major major attack attack attack attack in in in in the the the the east east east east foreign foreign foreign foreign policy policy policy policy chief chief chief chief Joseph Joseph Joseph Joseph Burrell Burrell Burrell Burrell who's who's who's who's chairing chairing chairing chairing the the the the meeting meeting meeting meeting in in in in Luxembourg Luxembourg Luxembourg Luxembourg deplores deplores deplores deplores what what what what he he he he calls calls calls calls the the the the brutal brutal brutal brutal brutal brutal brutal brutal aggression aggression aggression aggression of of of of Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops following following following following a a a a visit visit visit visit to to to to Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine over over over over the the the the weekend weekend weekend weekend Brill Brill Brill Brill says says says says the the the the next next next next phase phase phase phase of of of of the the the the war war war war has has has has begun begun begun begun I I I I am am am am afraid afraid afraid afraid of of of of Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops are are are are massing massing massing massing on on on on the the the the east east east east the the the launcher launcher launcher that that that that that that interest interest interest overseas overseas overseas trainings trainings trainings are are are very very very much much much aware aware aware of of of that that that show show show in in in my my my faith faith faith in in in the the the next next next day day day this this this war war war will will will increase increase increase on on on the the the drums drums drums the the the ministers ministers ministers will will will hold hold hold talks talks talks with with with the the the international international international criminal criminal criminal court court court prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor general general general Karim Karim Karim Khan Khan Khan as as as western western western pressure pressure pressure mounts mounts mounts to to to hold hold hold to to to account account account those those those responsible responsible responsible for for for any any any war war war crimes crimes crimes in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine grill grill grill says says says sanctions sanctions sanctions are are are always always always on on on the the the table table table I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles the the the last last last month month month

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"brill" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:08 min | 11 months ago

"brill" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"This month the full manica is brought to you by LinkedIn. Let's talk about what's professional today. On LinkedIn, important conversations are happening around what it means to be a professional. Right now, LinkedIn members are talking about things like needing more flexibility around where we work, how we work, and even taking time away from work to focus on family or mental health. Because those things should not stunt career development and growth. Instead, they should enhance it as we show up on our own terms. Professional is ours to define. And your authentic self is your professional self. Post your truth, show the world the authentic professional you, and join the conversations redefining professional on LinkedIn. LinkedIn, welcome professionals. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is will manica. This month we're talking about innovators from inventors to thinkers, these women explored new possibilities and led us to where we are today. Today's mannequin was quite literally a rocket scientist. She was behind some of the centuries biggest aerospace innovations, though she never actually received an engineering degree. Let's talk about Yvonne brill. Yvonne was born in 1924 in Winnipeg to Belgian immigrants. Young Yvonne was fascinated with Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo over the Atlantic Ocean. Amelia disappeared when Ivan was 12, and Ivan decided she would one day work on and improve airplanes. When she was 18 years old, Yvonne tried to enroll in the university of Manitoba's engineering program. There was a catch. All students were required to attend a summer camp, but the camp had no accommodations for women. Yvonne was denied a spot. It was a snub that would fuel her professional career. Instead, Ivan received a degree in mathematics and chemistry from the university, graduating early and at the top of her class in 1945. At the age of 20, Ivan moved to Los Angeles. Her first job was with Douglas aircraft, a company whose claim to fame was building the first plane to circumnavigate the globe. While at Douglas, Ivan started out working on aircraft. But the work was largely theoretical, calculating satellite launch paths. Yvonne didn't find it all that fulfilling. So as the industry shifted towards rockets, she did, too. Some say she was the only woman who worked on American rockets in the 1940s. She then went on to pursue a master's degree in chemistry from the University of Southern California and got a new job at the Mark corporation. At marquardt, she perfected a pioneering rocket fuel system. It led to the first successful test of an American built ramjet. The device that helps propel missiles. In 1951, Yvonne married William brill, a research chemist. The next year in 1952, the couple moved to the east coast for William's career. Ivan, meanwhile, began a new job at the Rand corporation, which combined research with military policy. During her time at Rand, Yvonne worked on studies of rocket propellant fuel combinations. Her findings led to the first industry standards in the U.S.. In 1958, Ivan left the public workforce to care for her growing family. For nearly a decade, she raised three kids, all of whom pursued careers in science and engineering. Still, Yvonne couldn't stay away from her first love forever. In 1966, she got a job at RCA ASTRO, where she worked on rockets that helped take NASA's Apollo missions to the moon. It was at RCA that Ivan also finished a project she'd spent years working independently on. What would become arguably her most important gift to rocket science? Yvonne created the electrothermal hydrazine resisto jet. It was a new kind of engine that helped satellites stay in orbit. It has remained the top industry standard for nearly 40 years. Ivan's final post was at NASA, where she ran the space shuttle solid rocket program. Ivan was an innovator not just in rocket science, but in the way she balanced her personal and professional lives. She left the industry for a decade to parent and return even more driven. Her greatest professional successes came after she turned 40 years old. She also dedicated a lot of her time to advancing the careers of other women in science. She knew what it was like to have to go it alone. Yvonne died in 2013. According to those who knew her, she was writing letters of recommendation even in her final few days. All month, we're talking about innovators. For more information and for pictures of the women we're covering, check us out on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. Special thanks to Liz Kaplan, my favorite sister and co creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Hey there, it's Jenny with some exciting news. Well, manica is hosting our first in person event since the pandemic started. 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"brill" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Social media without the government I talked to Steven brill about how his new company is helping and my conversation with Bank of America chair and CEO Brian moynihan On his plan to navigate through expected interest rate hikes this year and how he plans to retain top notch talent But first overcrowd cases may have crested in New York even as they continue to rise elsewhere and people are still getting sick at an alarming rate for a view from the front lines I talked to doctor Stephen corwin president and CEO of New York Presbyterian the number one hospital in the New York area and ranked number 5 nationwide We're still seeing a fair number of infections per day Fortunately for us despite the fact that we've had more than the last surge in the winter with delta virus of last year less patients requiring ICU care unless patients requiring ventilator care about 50% of our patients are unvaccinated and 50% are vaccinated almost all of them double vaccinated as opposed to getting the booster and it's the elderly immunizing unvaccinated that comprise the ICUs in our system So getting boosted is a big help Of the people who are coming to the hospital how many of those people are coming in for COVID and how many are coming for something else and then you test them and you find that they have COVID That's which that berries over time a few weeks ago was about 50% with COVID 50% for COVID Now it's pretty much people coming in for COVID It's about 80 20 And last year during the delta surge it was 90% for COVID 10% with COVID So it's fluctuated some Look this is a very very infectious variant It's ubiquitous A lot of people are getting it I am sure that the positivity rate is higher because a lot of people aren't reporting it A lot of people don't have access to testing So we need to be very careful And that's why the government handed out the N95 masks which are protective At the New York Presbyterian as it changing what you can do in this sense are you having to forgo some elective surgeries some other things you would be doing because of the demands from COVID If we could delay something appropriately yes we've delayed that We've shut down about 25 to 30% of our operating room capacity to make the capacity for COVID But there are a lot of cases coming in that are quote unquote elective that really need to be done whether it's a hard case whether it's a neurosurgical case whether it's a cancer case so we have been able to thank God to be able to deliver the care required by the community as well as the COVID tier But if you have an elective knee surgery operation or your young person who needs a hip replace then can we ask people to wait How are your doctors how your nurses your other healthcare professionals how are they holding up They're holding up well but look this is the third search people would have hoped that we were over it after surge one and then search two last winter and with the vaccine I think people were really really hoping that this wouldn't happen So you have that That being said everyone is really bumped up and done a tremendous job But you have to remember you've had the great resignation You have a lot of people leaving healthcare You have a lot of people who've gotten sick with this variant We have really struggled with staffing trying to hire traveling nurses outside nurses We are recruiting in a breakneck pace to get new graduate nurses and others into the institution So it's been a big strain on the staff Steven at this point can you have any sense of whether this might have longer term repercussions for your ability to attract and retain some of the healthcare professionals you need I don't think so I think that people really do want to go into healthcare I think that they understand the importance of it They understand how much the healthcare system is really helped the country get through this I think we've gone through that wave of the resignation I think people really do want to go into healthcare I don't think they'll be a long-term effect But boy oh boy it's been tough over the past couple of years And you know I don't want to I don't want to cry crocodiles here It's been really really tough on the front line staff You warned us that there could well be another way and there could be a variant I'm not sure we were fully prepared for it Maybe even if the governmental level we were probably prepared Let's assume for the moment there's another one after this We don't know that there will be but I don't think we can rule it out What should we be doing right now to prepare for the next wave You and I have spoken about this David You have to take adjusting taste mentality as opposed to just in time We purchased an entirely new warehouse during the first wave in 2020 So we have adequate supplies of PPE We have adequate supplies of just about everything with the exception of some of these supply chains where it's that you see throughout the rest of the economy But testing is really important Getting the tests out to Americans is important The masks are important making sure that we are continuing to discuss with the pharmaceutical companies another vaccine or a booster for the next variant We don't know We can't predict what's going to happen But assuming the worst usually and hoping for the best is probably a better strategy than waiting to react to a problem I think the testing problem really exacerbated this to be honest with you Well let's pursue that specifically because the government was in the process of mailing out a lot of free tests around the country But what's the government doing in terms of stockpiling for the next one Well the answer to the short answer is I don't know what to do with the stockpile but the engine tests are not the be all end all but it helps It helps to know if you're positive and when our staff have the N95 masks on and they have their advisers on They're not getting infected in the hospital They're getting infected in the community So we know that these mass are effective Thanks to president and CEO of New York Presbyterian doctor Stephen corwin Coming up addressing the problem of misinformation on social media That's next.

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Florida school massacre families settle suit with district

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Florida school massacre families settle suit with district

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting families reach a settlement with the Florida school district in a twenty eighteen high school massacre fifty two families of people either killed wounded or traumatized in the twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida have reached the twenty five million dollar settlement with Broward county school district the settlement was reached in a lawsuit that accused the school district of negligence David Brill an attorney representing the families confirmed the settlement first reported by the South Florida sun Sentinel fourteen students and three staff members were killed in the attack last week attorneys representing Nicolas Cruz said Cruz will plead guilty Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder hi Mike Rossio

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"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"It's easy to say that it's matured or i can't play or whatever the reality is that differentiation opportunity are based on basics right. Are you communicating. Well with your team. Are you communicating well with customers. Are you creating value. That you can't the other people can't create and that all comes down to exactly what we've been talking about today We talked a lot about risk. Management risk mitigation. But you can take these same tools you can apply them to your customers right. How do you. How do i take a financial operational external or systemic threat that might customer faces and use those game theoretic ideas of moving from synchronous to acn of symmetric to asymmetric temporary to permanent and so forth in start to flip the switches for them. Because that's when you create massive value in whatever industry That you're in just moving figuring out how to take dynamic threats and make them static. That's that's what caused the insurance industry right. When the insurance industry came into existence in a mature way this literally funded nation-states the more of these risks. Which is what they call them. The can flip the more value can create when you take a look at amazon ways. Take a look at uber. When you take a look at facebook when you take a look at salesforce what did they do. They flipped all of those switches at the same time. And that's why they're multiple is what it is because they were completely disruptive to the market and they completely changed the lives of their customers. Well jonathan dot is a fantastic way to end this incredible conversation. Thank you so much for coming on today. Talking about your new book wrote waves in all these amazing insights. I hope that all of you found really inspiring and will help us craft. What the future's going to look like for you and your organization so thank you again. Jonathan for joining us here today on the. What's next podcast thanks. You can find more information about me. Jonathan brill dot com. Anytime you want excellent. Well thank you so much. What a fun conversation. With jonathan bril-. I love when people are really pushing us to think differently. Every single day about how we can not only grow our businesses but personally invest in that disruption ourselves. So i hope you've found the abc's of resilient growth of what is is a road wave

"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"Maybe we're looking at cost reductions and and how to optimize the organization. So you've got to figure out you know. Is everybody motivated to achieve the same goal if not. How'd you refrain the goal. Do you understand the context that you're working so this is different than understanding the goal in the mental model. Do you understand how different the world is going to be when kovin hits right. I would argue that. Very very few people did and very very few leaders said historically win. These kinds of disruptions have happened. Here's what it looks like. He was how long it looks like. You know here are the financial operational external in strategic impacts of a situation like that. And that's a lot of what i do with. Organizations is helping to map without looks like helping to communicate what that looks like either as a threat or as an opportunity. And do you have a does. Does the team have a fast feedback. Loop with the captain if they don't you know the the the leader is getting get really really concerned especially in a shareholder driven environment that maybe you know. Maybe the reportings old. Maybe the data's old so and so forth but they've got hit the quarter. They've got a report out every quarter. You've got to figure out how to tighten out up this feedback loop so that the captain has the data that they need and i think about this often like an octopus. So there's something interesting about an octopus. Which is it's got a big brain But it's got nine Nine neural clusters one for each one for each tentacle. And so if you start creating common mental model and so on and so forth what becomes possible is that that the big brain can start to identify. What are the larger priorities. But it can start to push down authority. It can start pushed on innovation lower and lower and lower and the organization so that it can adapt more quickly and it can make more decisions when they need to be made..

"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"Carl icahn xerox. Their earnings per share were down sixty percent or sixty nine percent by gap. And so there's there's real value in starting to think about how do you become resilient as an organization and how do you use. That is an opportunity to pivot as an opportunity to do things that you couldn't do in normal times either because of cultural issues because of management issues Because of incentives or because honestly your competitors were looking and competing on those metrics instead of just trying to survive in so as an individual contributor. Because i love that. You said that kind of peter starts at the board works its way down. Might get a little bit road blocked or reinterpreted at the middle manager level. But let's talk about individual contributors for a second because people that are listening to this. Podcast might be an individual contributor and ghost like look. I just show up every day. You know. I don't have any ability to impact the board or my executives and i'm trying to to Be resilient day in and day out right. And what i do and what. My role is from a business perspective. And so is there anything you could sort of recommend if we started at the individual contributor. Work your way up to middle-management worked way up to executive that you would sort of guide them around these abc's and and really thinking about resilience and preparing for potentially a rogue wave absolutely there are there are things you can do as an individual contributor contributor if you don't design incentives or if you don't fully control processes through there are things you can do just in your day to day right. Think about when. I think about innovation. We everybody's got a different flavor of this but they talk about how we've gotta move from captaining to coaching right from the leader having the vision having commanding control maximizing predictability you know so on and so forth to creating that shared mental model and coaching and learning. And all of the things you hear on every leadership podcast but what you don't hear are what are the criteria for moving from captaining to coaching. And i think that's really important because it's subject matter expert. You can help build these organizations. And they're really what creates the resilience there really. What creates the trust by leaders that they can let their people innovate without. You know checking every every third second. The first is have you built a shared mental model. The second is are you encouraging people at all levels to report the impact of changes in have you given them the communication skills so that everyone can comprehend and that's is is a senior subject matter expert like often a simple thing like just. Here's how you frame this argument can you do you empower individuals to coordinate or do you block them off. And there's a lot of incentive issues in there about who's in control and if one person here's something before another person what happens so on and so forth but have you empowered individuals to coordinate experiments without excessive intrusions from above. Because if you don't block if you don't create that protective skin your leadership will always wanna push down and find out what's going on. How do you understand. Does everyone understand the overall goal of the team. And when i talk with large organizations this is so often the case right. You'd you talk with the board you talk with the c. suite you even talk with the Divisional presidents they all understand the big picture but then you get down to middle management and. They don't know why they're doing what they're doing. They're doing it because the boss hold them to. So if you don't understand the overall goals of the team you can't innovate on the teams behalf. is the team motivated to see the goal achieved and this is a constant battle especially in matrix organizations right. My interests might not be your interest especially in a mature organization. Where you know..

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"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"Are you ready to take advantage of external in strategic changes. And i think that gets you this conversation around resiliency in growth I think if nothing else through this entire pandemic it has highlighted the resiliency and our lack thereof in companies being able to navigate. Anything like this or even having things like scenario planning in place like if a pandemic hits what's the scenario right if you know. Our supply chain is impact. What's the scenario like to your point that not looking out for enough for some of these Rogue waves that may may actually be in the cards but someone isn't paying attention to the combination of them. It's so how do you sort of. What is the kind of abc's of that resilient growth if you will because of what you just described because i don't know how many people would get a unlimited budget and go figure it out so so what do you do so there are two issues. You can't prepare for every roadway. That's that's absolutely true. And the second is that you can't necessarily identify exactly which ones are gonna come down the pike What you do want to do is you wanna look at your financial operational and external issues capabilities And figure out like what happens if your financial strategy is off. What happens if you have a capacity issue. What happens if you have a litigation issue. What happens if you have a pricing issue just to take an example from each of those four buckets and what if they're caused by shift of something static becoming dynamics something synchronous becoming a synchronous and so forth and that gives you the ability with just looking at a couple of things to radically increase your resilience and the reason that you want to do that. Is that when you take a look at the next ten years whether it's social change economic change technological change We're moving into a far more volatile world and in that world you can't prepare for everything but what you can prepare for. Is the reality that you are. More likely to be disrupted than to be the disruptor and. I think that's really critical when you start thinking that..

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"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"What's next podcast where i had the wonderful pleasure of welcoming jonathan brill to the show. Today he prepares leaders to profit from radical change. He is the author of rogue waves a speaker and advisor on resilient growth decision making an innovation under uncertainty. His practical advice is based on decades of experience as an entrepreneur and the former global futurist at hp and is a managing partner of innovation consultancies. He is managing director of resilient growth partners. And a board member at frost and sullivan. Major market intelligence firm with offices in forty six countries. He blows off steam. I love this as the futurist in residence at territory studios the creative visionaries behind the sci-fi tech in steven spielberg's ready player one ghost in the shell and blade runner twenty forty nine where he creates products and better worlds for both super villains and real life heroes. Welcome jonathon to the show. Thank you so much. You make me sound of far cooler than i am. I remind bio i. Can you just call my mom and tell her. That's what i do because fix printers or something but we're going to get started today on something. I call bullish. Bearish nothing too painful bullish. Your four it. Bearish you're against it. And like everybody i have on the show. I know that it might fall somewhere in between or you might have some comment but try try if you can bullish bearish and then we'll go back to it. Are you ready. I'm looking forward to it are right. I one robots doing industrial design. Bearish well let me ask a question. Software robots soft- software bots. Doing design. Sure let's go with that. I think that model based designs can become really important. But i think there's a lot of human oversight okay fair all right. The next one virtual reality amusement parks. What was your bearish. We've seen this happen a number of times. I'm not quite make the cut. I'm curious what happens next. all right. we'll go with that much going bullish. All right go with bullish all right that third one remote work bullish bearish yes. I'm bullish. i'm bullish okay. Well i normally ask questions. I try to weave in the space one but in the last two weeks. We've really sort of ticked off the box on. You know the consumer space travel. So i should have free space all right. So let's get started. I really would love to dig into road. Waves your new book. I think that it's a great foundation for us to have a conversation about what's been happening in the last year and a half of but let's start with the with the basics. What is a rogue wave so when we look at the future. There are ten or fifteen major transmitter. That are going to shape it their individually manageable. Whether it's you know changing demographics whether it's emerging technologies whether it's social changes changes to the social contract things about privacy but what really happens. What happens when they overlap when you take a look at something like cova during the floods in germany. Each of the things that happened were individually manageable But when they overlapped they went exponentially. They got out of control. So we when you take a look at cova you know we saw two novel respiratory pandemics in this century in the last twenty years Since two thousand ten we've seen two novel respiratory diseases appear in the wuhan area so what was different about this one than the other ones. It wasn't that it was radically more infectious. It was that we put a population the size of los angeles into the wilderness. Around wuhan where we knew that respiratory diseases were common. That's why they have an infectious disease lab. There focuses on that We built a cities to house..

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"brill" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast

Talks With John Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast

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"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"That was considered a blonde right ovary later but it turned to this right. I mean you. Laura went with midler. I went this plot. But and i stayed this lawns and i think this is probably eternal for me. I would imagine read. There are no extensions in your hair right now. If you don't mind me asking is are there now. This is no no this is my here is no sorry it's not. I would never destroy my hair like this is a piece. It's it's amazing on my own. Here this is my own. Yes yes yes yes yes. Yes yes okay. So that's clear. Got it so. I had taken it and i did a lot of roles like forties ideas. We used to go in. And you know the i'd be dresses to reconstruct. And we would you know we would Take him to the dry cleaner and have the one hour cleaner we have it back then. We just cut. It adds some feathers. If we couldn't zip it up we would just so it up and then we're at that night. Takeoff resell is. maybe out. you know we i was. It was like close. We're always there for me somehow. Yeah yeah but it had nothing to do with the money money. I love money. I've always had a thing for money. I wanna elections. I did was called the new millionaires club. I had thought that herring was the star of that show. Also the guy who just one of the lotto was the star was came. Time co curbs sharp was starting to show to and i love playing with the idea of money and and the fun of money on the cartoon joy of playful money and you know just like money. That's money to burn the fun of it. I understand that playful side of it. What i just feel a big resistance to as money at to say it again. Money does not equal cool. Cash does not equal cool and in those days..

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"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"I wonder if i'm going to be able to have batteries. After this resources. Squish an pearl with this fetish product was like taking the and more taking or and then eventually they made the dress. And when we when i do address on stage. I'm of course you can't walk. You can't go up a stare or anything like that. So they had a strong guy was waiting. When i had one passage i had get another part of the state has that was up on a blue star. I came out on. I was really liking. Yes i remember. Yes yeah i can. I can see it in my mind. Yes and the guy had a carry me up the stairs and the place me there and the michael do a little bit of little tiny little steps forward like this and i thought well what can i do. I can't even move my hips or shoulders or anything. And so i took a head on started tech just outlined the dress my body and one arm up and then the other arm up and it was really good passage. never fainted. You never fainted or anything. No i didn't say no. I didn't say i just the things we do for love. Well now and now. It's traveling in a museum. I mean these are not just yet no little things. These are just literally the word iconic is completely overused. But this is what i would say that addresses iconic dress. I wouldn't have am happy that i that he made her with me for me. Everything that was ruin something. Oh yeah what is some of your favorite memories like in particular when you think like like what are i mean. There's so many. I know yeah man just had so many lives you know. Had somebody lies. I'm pretty happy about that. Because i sort of feel a lot of stupid that i have a new life coming. I there's a new you know that feeling like you think. Oh okay so did this this this this and now. Something's up like where my sphere. Where my steering myself. And i think all creative skilled that way. You know you have this. Podcast is happening. And you're you know you're putting it out. You're getting like really interesting people on the show and ten. I mean that's why everyone loves. I understand that not just like oh you know and i thought oh my god when i saw divas background than what am i gonna do is grab this morning here and cover the background a little bit. Because i find myself when. I'm watching when i'm watching podcasts. Or watching your show at you. Look at the details of what's behind you and everybody else right yes. of course i do. I know i know my lava lamp. I know i had to put my my lava lamp..

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"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"You can't say more my assistant. is you know. She has borderline personality disorder and his pretending to be whoever she's assisting. And this is what happened. You can't it doesn't no. It doesn't happen though very weird i. She came into the office when dan to really morphed into me and it was getting weird weirder. Her voice was changing and everything because she had a british accent like suzanne. She's a she's switzerland but she has like she had her english learned. She learned english in london. So it had a london accent and the girl came in like that and then she was starting to speak more like me so really weird and she said something to me. That was some scary white monster. Like movie scary. And she opened up her bag and i saw. She had some really long sharp scissors. And our bag. Oh and then. I fired her. That was on a day. Yeah yeah you want me to see the scissors. That was very strange. Yeah yeah but you know it was kinda crazy stuff used to happen. All the time in new york new york is really nuts like if we got really sophisticated with dealing with and we were more life no yes maybe she was trying to get a. I don't know what she's gonna do with us. But i will tell you. I fired her very i by the scissors. Yeah it's another story. I was trying to find the way picture on my goodness. I'm so let me let me see see. I saved them all to a folder. That i can't access of course when i see the dresses that i wore that only i ever worn that bugler did for me Very inspired pieces and amazing things walking on the road for him was just. You know really a highlight did did you did you. Were you fitted by mr pearl or can you talk to me about like out. Sure now but yeah. I'll say well of course because some of those well..

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"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"And of course our past cross over the years. Everywhere i mean. Shoot b backstage at nuclear. We had shared friends we'd be at the same table and not get along very rare was on pogo ta always would would end. I mean did you. Your paths crossed their there as well. Yeah sure of course. of course. of course. I'm trying to timing. Yes i want. Something happened very weird. Actually i had. I had this really strange which is not which is fine. I was doing menswear. Need an assistant. It's i had so we had a whole company. Were working all the time. So that means. I'd go out all night. I'd come into work drag my ass in about ten ten thirty and then i'd stay until forever. Then i go home. Take a bath. Disco nap get dressed go out do it again until friday night and then friday. If i went out. I would come home whenever then i would lock the door. Not come out until monday would sleep my week on the week ends which was really good and boy look good monday do that. I'll tell you when you just like you do look really good. The bathing in pampering walking on the princess. I just got one for a princess. Phone so i know i know i know it's our nice nice son lovely for you. That's a wonderful thing. Yeah i remember. I had mine had a really long cord because of course portable in any way and and i could just take it from the tub to my room to scrape. It was really great. And but i used to record a telephone conversations by mistake because the timing such. If you called me an picked up from the bedroom it would start to record the conversations. That way i have so many conversations with someone people on those he hangs. I even have what was used to be called an obscene phone call. that was. When do you know s hysterical..

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"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"Okay she's cuter. He's cute or whatever. But like where's the vibe is like nothing just bottle popping and all that and you're thinking what am i fifteen in a. I've seen it in. Do i need it now and drank so you a whole thing saw and i realized what happened at a certain point i don't know early knots. Cool wool equals cash. And you know it is not true. It's a lie. It's a marketing thing that the people who own the clubs and wanted to get rich quick dead. They came up with the concept. That cooley was cashed. So if you pay to get in then you pay for the bob. The at the table service he get the bombing at the girls going around. Then you're cool but you're not cool. That is not cool right. Cool is like what you read what you think what you say what you give what you take whole is really something. The launch of all of those things makes you coal. That is not a right right not taking a doing. The cool equals x. novel popping or buying a look. At something you buy off the mannequin ways to make fun of people that would go in. And they'd say. I'll take what's on the advocate wearing out. We thought it was a joke. Then it became the nor was like no cool doesn't equal cash. God bless cash. I'm not fighting cash but cooled an equal cash. Kohl's a different bit right. There's no challenge to like. Fill the hole fill the vacancy. It's all performance and exhibition without any substance ever. No referendum. Learn would offer andy. I actually don't remember this to people that are big influence. Fine and rudolf peeper who owned the club's density area work with palladium mars. Quick a tunnel That you know where people now payments and He said of. Jesus what did he say. Maybe ant who said oh. I don't know who said it now. I don't even know what i was talking about. E pandemic imax need. I say you're like you when kids get the beats like where's the beach. I wanna dance. Big tiffany. I want to go to a party. Not support. Want to go to a club..

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"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"brill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"Photograph. That i can't shake and there are so many insanely outrageous. Scorgeous photos of diane. Brill is a stark black and white picture of mick jagger. And he's staring longingly with the look of a schoolboy in a suit at this incredibly curvaceous woman in white platinum hair in an update cleavage that would make jayne mansfield blush staring back at mc with a look that says you got that right. You've never seen a girl like me before on the streets of nyc. Insane life of diane brel began in wisconsin. Then london in her early twenties and by some fluke of a visa. Problem new york city got her. God and boy did she. Will this town at the ripe old age of twenty six the york times of april. Twenty seventh nineteen eighty-five headlined an article. Diane brill rings over a world of parties and goes on to describe her answering machine with the nightly barrage of invites. That's when we had answering machines are lifelines. The invites were from the likes. Of andy warhol mick jagger and sting. Andy warhol famously said of diane if you were added party and diane brill was there. You knew your at the right party her supersonic beauties skintight rubber fashion. And don't forget. Her club entrances which drove the paparazzi insane with cries diane. They all made her officially known as the queen of the night she was the top of what became known as the fab. Five hundred literally the five hundred coolest people that were on any new york city guest list in the nineteen eighties. So we're talking iggy pop robert mapplethorpe john michelle. Basquiat herring any li vit- steven klein. Debbie harry mario testino and of course any warhol she was married to rudolph pipers. The owner of the legendary club. Dance a tear. Yeah that's where. Desperately seeking susan has madonna dancing and it also helped her in all the right places. But diane really didn't need any help. She ended up acting in films like iconic downtown nyc film slaves of new york for love or money with michael. J. fox was another one. She wrote a book boobs boys and high heels or how to get dressed in just under six hours in. You could still get it. She started a clothing line and she was dressing. Durant.

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Luck Be a Lady: Sexism at the Poker Table

The Rake Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Luck Be a Lady: Sexism at the Poker Table

"Are your thoughts. Because we're talking about not putting women in in these boxes. What are your thoughts on. Outside of the balts ways to make holkar a more welcoming game for everybody. I don't know like. I don't know i don't know what it is. I think like poker and general the poker communities really toxic. Think like it's the same as the gaming community. And like go on dischord go play online and you'll be called every name in the in the world and and even like some grimy poker rooms i grew up playing poker with guys who were constantly making me cry. Not all of them. But like it's male dominated. I think online poker. A lot of guys are playing and they don't know how to socialize. Well i don't know like don't think women are being driven at least women in my generation. Were not being driven into like engineering and mathematics and chess and all this stuff i think now they are more so i think we'll have more women in poker. I don't know. I don't know what to tell you. This is something. I ponder all the time. I don't know what the answers are. I go into a poker room. I never feel uncomfortable. I it's just. It's just not enough women. There's not enough women there. I don't know why what the main i think. There's many variables involved as to why that is so maybe we have less Were were more risk averse like we just I don't know what it is.

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LA school district, teachers union reach tentative agreement to reopen schools in April

WBZ Overnight News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

LA school district, teachers union reach tentative agreement to reopen schools in April

"Los Angeles school officials and the teachers union reach a tentative agreement to reopen schools. KNX radios Bob Brill, with more deal between the school district and its teachers means all Children should be back in the classroom. By the end of April, the key issue for teachers was having access to vaccines for all district employees. Once that was a great to the rest fell into place for teachers union president specially by our cruise. It has been a painful and difficult year for everyone, and we hope that today's agreement will move us one step closer. To normal. Our new normal fire crews emphasizes was a deal based not only on health and safety but in science. Bob Grill for CBS News LOS Angeles The

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Interview With Conversation Design Institute co-founder And CEO Hans van Dam

The Voicebot Podcast

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Conversation Design Institute co-founder And CEO Hans van Dam

"Odds van damme. Welcome to the voice by podcast. Thank you so much for having me. Okay so you are. The head of the conversation design institute. Why don't you tell the listeners. A little bit more about what that is just to get them started and then we'll talk a little bit more about how that all came to be. Yeah so conversation design institute. What we do is really recognize develop and promote the role of the conversation designer. So we sort of envisioned at every enterprise in the world is going to have a department. That's going to work on a assistance whether it's chat bots voice assistance and are all going to have people designing these conversations. Deploying them and managing them So we really recognize that as a serious profession and together with the industry. Really try to figure out you know who's going to be working at department. What's the skill set that they need. And then we develop content for that so we have courses. We have a certification program And that's really how we try to position ourselves in the market as the leading training and certification institute for designing versions. Okay yeah that's great okay so for the listeners. Now they have that context. But you didn't just arrive at the conversation designed institute is like the first thing you've ever done so tell me a little bit about how you how the conversation zayn is came to be but like your career and how you move forward. You were just mentioning to me. You thought when you were younger pre university that you thought you might be a writer That's straight into economics. And and i think writing came back a little bit. Yeah that's that's that's definitely true. So for when i was in university i i went to university of amsterdam thinking that was going to be really studying economics and then i got more interested in philosophy literature and just started reading a lot and i was writing fiction short stories and i. I really thought. I want you know was going to become a writer a novelist and wrote a manuscript. Send out too much publisher Publishers stay did not agree with that vision So when it was time to actually get a job. I got interested in copywriting. So it's like what's something related writing. What does that mean so ended up as a copywriter at a startup. incubator through. Ace venture ops part of mit stanford v latte so. So i was helping out these different startups helping them with the proposition and writing copy for them but allow me to then learn about technologies. Well so got more interested in in the tech space Join a little startup. There was doing some video streaming completely failed so when that story ended it was time to get different. Jobs ended up in customer service really as a quick job doing social media for kayla dutch airliner. So fire go into airline and customer service. Exactly so that's it doesn't get better than that and the company though is involved there with see x. company which was a chat bot company Acquired by siham a couple of months ago so i joined. cx company and Day were doing still virtual assistants whereas like you and a so. You'd ask a question they probably would not answer The old school things on a website and all of a sudden like everybody wanna chat bots and got interested in that and became more conversational. Cx company at the time didn't really know what that meant for the content. Their clients had no idea what that meant. And for me is like i always wanted to write dialogues and know from fiction writing understood. The technology understood the service space for me. It became very logical to actually focus on that problem. So i started doing this freelance at a bunch of clients and then i met my co founder and they had a an agency and behavior design so they were a psychologist thinking really about how people interact with products designed design for certain behavior and made a ton of sense. Because they were already doing stuff with conversational interfaces as well and we really. We realized that if you have a conversation between an artificial brain on a human brain you know you should make psychology and technology equally important in all right and so we. We started playing around with that and we had an agency was called robo copy at the time so so we just got a bunch of clients got more experience about designing conversations Started a little academy which is really focused on chat bots and Got in touch with google. Wally brill that that reached out to us and he really took us under his wings. And explain there's a lot of the fundamentals of voice design and connected with other designers So that got us more experienced gutters to work with you know the best designers in the world and and learn from there and as we went on that journey we really saw that the education was a big part of it So we created the academy and now mission or honest. Really that you see that enterprises are looking for conversation. Designers does lots of people that are actually designing conversations. But there is no alignment job title skill sets. It's very fragmented service. Enterprises can't find designers designers can't promote themselves very well tech companies on the other hand. Don't really know who's going to be using the products and how to design freedom universities at university at the same time note that i have to train people for jobs in the future Don't really know what jobs are so. We really tried to seek alignment now in an industry of conversation design. Therefore for conversation design institute was a name more suitable for that as well. So that's really how. I went from failed novelist conversation driver

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Record year for jobs coming to Austin

Mark and Melynda

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Record year for jobs coming to Austin

"Dallas Federal Reserve forecast for the Texas economy shows employers can expect at a lot of workers to the payrolls this year. Chief economist Keith Phillips says Austin Jobs have really weathered this pandemic better than any other city in the state. Austin obviously has greater high tech concentration than any other metro in the state. And high tech. Brill benefited from all this movement online. Austin's unemployment rate still above 5%, but that's better than the state's rate of more than 7% 518,000 jobs are predicted to be added to Texas payrolls this year.

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How Can You Prevent Rose Rosette Disease?

Your Gardening Questions

02:34 min | 2 years ago

How Can You Prevent Rose Rosette Disease?

"The rose rosette sounds like a real nasty problem. Market is when it builds a population. And and oh that takes me to it thing Most of the time and for a long time now. The multiflora rose has been highly condemned. It was brought in to Be cattle sensing It does that it also then has lots of bloom that harbors tremendous numbers of this Rose problems the rose rosette. So if there's anything anywhere near with the name of multiflora rose get it yanked out and just dispersed from the property. And i hope then we'll have a successful gardening year again and i know a lot of times You say that When you are maybe taking branches off of a diseased plant you need to take precautions to make sure you don't spread that from plant to plant. Yes mark the the it definitely so as another another factory in that when you do cut the roses down as the as i think they should be Your opening them up so that airflow through them will be better and it will indeed nurture the rose itself much better. It in these little guys are so extremely tiny. You'll spread out their ability to get from place to place on plants and plant to plant If you can control the win which is very difficult thing to do but anything you can do to prevent this little. Rascal is good and Tidy garden area Reducing them wind possibilities if you can Nurturing the plants that they grow well. I can kind of defeat their own problems. Sometimes all of which will help with a situation like this now. As i mentioned though more roses for at least three years maybe even longer and i will have to double check that one but at the same time you should be able to brill other plants in there that are not susceptible to this creature. He's starting this spring early. Whatever because they well fortunately plants of one kind that can be ill from various reasons are not subject to passing that same disease onto a different species even standing right beside it so there is room for change and advancement so Lynn stopped the roses. Start the other things and enjoy.

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New Adam Sandler Halloween Movie on Netflix

/Film Daily

02:20 min | 2 years ago

New Adam Sandler Halloween Movie on Netflix

"I, guess sort of mixed reactions in mixed recommendations from me but Brad let's move to you. What have you been watching? I watched another hitchcock remake Huby. Halloween. How many I saw the original but this one is a steep departure. From that. No. This is the new Adam Sandler movie that's on Netflix's Halloween themed obviously, and I went out of my way to watch it because some people including an article that we published on slash home dot com. I don't remember who who wrote it and forcing them. Sir Jacob can tell me here in a second, but they actually said that this movie was funny. And I just WANNA say? No, it's not. I I will say I did laugh a few times during this movie. There are some some funny recurring bits and just a few things that I was surprised just funny jokes that suddenly caught me off guard. But this is just another weird movie were Adam. Sandler puts on a goofy voice and this is one of the voices where you can barely understand what he's saying to because he's mumbling all the time. And it's just has such a weird story and it has these tangents that don't ask anything that don't make any sense like. Shaquille O'Neal's part in particular. Felt like it was super shoehorned. into the proceedings and then. You know you have Julie Garner's character who is yet another woman who is inexplicably infatuated with one sandler's dimwitted goofball characters and I just I don't know how or like. Adam. Sandler his point and like why he's been stuck here for so long 'cause I had also recently rewatch the wedding singer went to talked about in the quarantine stream and recently big daddy because I found out that my parents had never seen and I love both of those movies and they are genuinely hilarious not even just funny by. Adam Sandler movie standards. They're very good comedies and just movies like Cuba Halloween in Sandy Wexler which Steven Brill also directed there. So far, and away you know the kind of comedy that Adam Sandler used to be able to make used to have like characters that were fleshed out and felt real while also being funny and like not just these goofy characters and that's not to say that you can't have comedies that have outlandish characters in them. But whatever Adam Sandler is doing with these kinds

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Halo Infinite Multiplayer Is Free-To-Play, Supports 120 Fps

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:32 min | 2 years ago

Halo Infinite Multiplayer Is Free-To-Play, Supports 120 Fps

"Stop Confirms Kahlo. Blair is going to play. This is Tom War and the verge. Fitness will be free to play in support up to one hundred and twenty frames per second Marcus, Marsov has announced the news comes after leak from Smith's toys superstores, which briefly posted posted details about halo, infinite multiplayer on a promotional page this week before quickly removing them once the Internet discovered the references. The legendary hero returns with the most expensive masters chief campaign yet and a groundbreaking free to play multiplayer experience relisting enjoy up two hundred and twenty F- ps in greatly reduced low times creating seamless game play with xbox series X. Co Brill, an Xbox leaker that accurately released accurately revealed previous Halo Limited details backed up the claims that the most Blair mode will be free to play. The leaker also claims the arena mode will aim for one hundred and twenty. which is also confirmed, and that multiplayer Halo Infinite will include a battle passes them and new customization options which the company has not confirmed. Tim. Halo, Fan number one of kind of funny. What is your take on this? This is fantastic. This is honestly unbelievable in many ways. I think this is a sign of things to come I. in in terms of transparency this goes back to where Tom on earlier with the Sony side of things. The these rumors and leaks come out Microsoft straight comes out at what four thirty PM on a Friday and it's just like, Hey, it's true. Let's just announced this. Let's get. This is good news. Let's let the people start talking about this and getting hype about it. Hundred frames per second on a console like way earlier than I expected to to start seeing those. Numbers thrown around especially for a flagship like Halo and I know that there's a lot of like jokes to be made about the how he'll looks or whatever. But when it allows things like this, that are going to enhance the gameplay of what makes him multiplayer special I. think that's totally worth the concessions and on top of that their commitment to this. Hundred. Twenty for second I think is assigned to me the more tech minded person compared to a lot of people are kind of funny that I'm very very, even more. So excited about Nexgen now where I wasn't expecting to start really seeing these numbers for three or four years granted, the TV's that the mainstream has right now are not able to do this. Even. My Amazing L.. G. O. That I have isn't compatible with HD my point one and it wasn't until two years ago is model that they started having one port to do that. That's going to start becoming a bit more normalized over time. Especially, if these councils are are touting this and pushing this as a feature that's necessary, it's going to push the. TV. Creators to to push as fast as possible for that to get that marketing space and best buy you know But this is great news for Gamers especially for people whether they play on. A Computer Monitor or on TV like this is awesome. Yeah. The greater play. That's the best thing ever. Yeah. That's the biggest thing and honestly I am I'm shocked. That they're going this route but I think it is the best route to go. Mainly, because I think this would have been such a great seller for xbox game past Halo multiplayer like I. Think I think so many are expecting that like Oh yeah. That's going to be the killer APP for xbox Game Pass. So the fact that this is going to be free to play experience like you still have the Halo Campaign, which you can get through Xbox game passed and that's of course going to sell so many people on that service but still man multiplayer that's a big thing and honestly I think This is going to be so good for Halo. especially, like in comparison game pass like of course, that might that might not give impasse the bolstering that in east, but for Halo that is going to increase the player base. So dynamically, that is going to turn that into a platform going to allow that thing to live for a while right and of course, it's Halos who's going to live anyway. But free play takes up a whole other level So like this is this is crazy news, but I'm all about it like I'm I like big moves like this. A me too, and I think that this is definitely assigned to calm. There's been so many where the smoke their fire type rumors about xbox live going away as a paid service, and with this, it's like if you're making halo. Free to play. Like. That is such esteem that is such. A flagship on he'll is a flagship title for for Xbox in so many different ways it's a flagship for selling the series. X, it's a flagship for game pass. It's a flagship for what a Microsoft single player experience looks like with the campaign and it most definitely is a flagship for multiplayer and for selling xbox live. Everything they're saying here is them being like Yell Halo is something that is just the foundation that people just get and then you grow from there and hope that people come in and want to stay in that ecosystem I is extremely exciting. I think that it's GonNa pay off for them the talk about a battle pass or whatever that makes sense that's an a a source of revenue come, and if they're offering good content there than the great and. The on in the battle pass include with game pass would be a good idea to help push the game strategy exemption I expect that. Imagine that right where it's like, Oh, anyone can play. But if you get gained, ask you also get all the the battle past. Plus this library of games, and it's like that all Microsoft's trying to get people in if they're getting them in different doors to the same thing, that's what matters most

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Making Nathans Famous

Household Name

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Making Nathans Famous

"Decided to even out his it, he's got its July, fourth, two thousand hundred. The Sun is beating down on the corner of Surf. Instill will avenues. We're in Coney Island. New York that legendary playground with its beach and boardwalk in my favorite, the cyclone, this huge wooden roller coaster, thousands of people are packed together is locked on a bright blue stage from five four three. We are off for the one hundred. Of the Nathan's famous hotdog, eating contest Joey Chestnut Amanda Pete. If you follow the world of competitive or at least the annual hotdog eating contest, you probably know the name Joey Chestnut. Athlete Nans. Legend he's dominated the scene for more than ten years. Just take it from the reporters at ESPN has changed the game because of his dedication physically. Chest. Taken up. In Our What's? Flow is much more. This is what chestnut does for a living. He trains for this. He's made hundreds of thousands of dollars stuffing his face with food. Chicken Wings shrimp cocktail, glazed donuts and this year. It looks like it's paying off joey chest. With seventy seconds left and sixty five hotdogs and buns. No starts Jordan right now. He's the go go. The people are starting to call other great. The like Michael. Jordan is Joey Basketball Brady Joey of football after ten minutes of intense gut busting competition. It's no surprise who wins. It's A. Dozen Twelve at night. Thanks for the twelfth time, Chestnut will take home. The Grand Prize from Nathan's famous hot dog, eating contest, the mustard belt, and on the fourth of July. What could be more all American than the hotdog? From business insider? This is brought to you by. Brand, given crush brands stories you. Don't I'm Charlie grooming? McDonalds! People Fire Up. Do Brill's for Classic Summer Barbecue. We take a look inside that most mysterious of meets the hotdog. What's inside is the stuff of legend, but when it comes to one in particular, the one sold at Nathan's famous, it's got a lot to do with America underdogs and huckster international rivalries and good old fashioned American dreams the good, the bad and the ugly of this country stuff through me grinder organs and all. Today producer Julia press checks out the hot dog stand and the country that she did. Stay with us. Each fourth of July, as fireworks light up the night sky, red, white and blue flags fly overhead Americans scarf down hotdogs, one hundred and fifty million of them to be exact. That's if you take the national hot dog and Sausage Council at its word, but like most American traditions. In fact like America itself, the hot dog is what it is because of immigrants, and it really made its name. Thanks to one man in particular. Here's producer Julia Press. Nathan's famous hot dogs was started by one Guy Nathan hand worker. He's not alive anymore, so I spoke to his grandson. My grandfather had no schooling whatsoever. You didn't spend one day in his life. In a school Lloyd hand worker has made a documentary and a book about Nathan's famous and the story of the guy who started. Mazen, hand worker was. Extremely poor immigrant from Poland who lived the American dream? He was one of thirteen kids. They were extremely poor. To add. When he was growing up. Only you know how to add two plus two Nathan. Story is about as classic as they come as a kid back in Poland. He'd worked in a bakery for a couple of years and he'd learned that food service jobs were pretty smart. Move if you didn't WANNA. Go hungry so when he arrived in New York in nineteen twelve. Is this right and nineteen year old? He Got A. A job as a dishwasher at a restaurant in the city called Max's busy, he learn English and maxes by repeating what the customer said, basically just hearing what they said, and just trying to repeat it without even knowing what it meant soon, he started working weekends as a role slicer at a place called Feldman's this enormous restaurant on the coney island boardwalk, even back then coney island was the sort of urban escape. For the cost of just a subway ride, immigrants could get away from the tenements of the industrializing city and find themselves at a beach, an amusement parks. Many of them set up small businesses. They're hoping to make it big. Dog Is an immigrant foot, right? Immigrants sold lamb grits. Bruce Crag is an emeritus Professor at Roosevelt University who specializes in food history in particular, the history of the Hotdog, the earliest written evidence we have for his from New York Cody.

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Joe Burrow wins 2019 Heisman Trophy

Scott Sloan

07:18 min | 3 years ago

Joe Burrow wins 2019 Heisman Trophy

"Tonight but once upon a time he was Joey borough that was back in Athens high school he's now Joe burrow and he is the Heisman Trophy winner from Louisiana State University the unbelievable story we're gonna talk tonight and we welcome in Dave Burke he knows all about Joe burrow when he was Joey borough Dave how are you tonight doing great as always merry Christmas and happy new year coming soon but that's a great night Arnold who loves Ohio high school football as a Heisman Trophy winner another one Joe we borrow also calling you Ali but a great young man and so happy for him and his family his father giving in Islam robin great family and not had a chance to get to know all over several years and it was great to watch after nine see that that he was a landslide blocked landslide victory of the Heisman Trophy absolutely and you posted a story on my Facebook page a flashback from Joey to Joe Berle Heisman finalist and dog you remember him you went to see him play when he was in Athens high school yeah there's a lot of talking I had received a call from a good part of my job McAllister who's been scouting live wire since the late eighties and Hey if you had a chance to see the kids out of that happened jelly part and I know he goes and I love you don't seem tell me what you think and also Scott reed myself we'd we drove a little over two hours away from top level I wonder about people I don't want to be playing merry and bright within a playoff game in two thousand the liberties out thirteen you know I came away an actual doctor who high school quarterback I've ever evaluated not as chicken you know I've been doing this a long time and you know when I sit there and look back at the film that I recorded that night and the things that I saw was a lot of things you're seeing now in college arms down even stronger than what it was in high school but that decision making doing progressive he he he would really not just the first problem that's what you see a lot of times and he's got a high school quarterback the place called they're going to the first option yeah he would actually do bill progressions back in high school and the pay is sold me about Joey bro what they lost a playoff game I usually do not go in interview kids after they've lost I always give them that their time but we've driven like it's over two hours first time you get a chance to see him I just need to get a phone number and I will update the one about you just looking to get the numbers I call you and they will respond as gang anything I'll talk to you and we we did the interview that I have posted on first our football report dot com did you know he'd been in luckily I I you know he's a young man who was very humble what you see tonight when he was awarded the Heisman Trophy in his speech tell you this is the type of kid I met back in two thousand thirteen and I don't suppose the night a direct message we joined back in in December two thousand thirteen and I tell kids all time during the day you have to dream big because here the young man in December on December eighteenth two thousand thirteen all almost your four days away sent me a message because he he didn't really get any attention recording and I do not worry about it it's going to happen because I I would that possibly he was a great quarterback and the thing was is recruitment wow you know I heard you earlier in the show a lot of offers they did pick up one of the ones who did not recruit him what the brass which that one call the night on TV you don't know the story dad played across the coast right and the price that he has older brothers that also played in Nebraska that was kind of like his dream school growing up yeah and but it did you know that never happened in fact you know interesting story with the Ohio state coach Herman leaves Ohio state takes the job in Houston and that one call to that Nebraska coach back comes to Ohio state rumors since moving out to be done by urban Meyer and the Buckeyes coaches that went back came in because Joey star the option of going elsewhere and schools trust me it by that time we're taking serious interest and the one with the team up north but joined the true he he wants to be an Ohio state Buckeye and the circumstances leading to unless you just you know competitiveness yeah wanted to have a chance to show what he could do and you know a close been using America too yeah so you know it great story everyone should be you know who follows a high school football should be just enjoy here the young man you know who was Mr football stayed awhile we just saw that right here in Cincinnati after many many years without a crater winning it but lunch chili borough now it is just a pleasure and I'm happy to speak with a young man happy for family your right to OJ Burke deploys the toughness the OB gosh you're going through the progressions and the accuracy the show and the tough this when he does run with the football in hanging tough in the pocket man he's got to he's got it all in you know people one thing I took away from you know you saw and I talk about his alignment he always talked about his teammates yeah he had power around even after the holiday his senior year they made it to the state championship game and lost to the legal central Catholic and I think that's what people really realized how how the jelly wise because that game was no joy property had found Rowntree Williams is a high school teammate who Jack also cost at all are you Jesse Williams just finished up his career northwestern there's a couple plans were tied into our our planning at all have you so there was more time around him at the high school level than people gave the that part of the country or any of the state of Ohio credit for and they took the big stage and our stadium up to the state change of games senior year and they came very close to winning a state title so I'm excited I think everyone else's you know who's seen the story unfolded in very excited tonight and I'm just you know like I fall from a post it with the twenty people who voted change young yeah one but I yeah great player great player a great future as well so I think there's your vitamin show you how college only was what he did as far as the season and I expect big things out of it going forward not just on the football field but off the field as well absolutely day Burke with this talking no Joey burl and just a phenomenal story Cinderella story one from Ohio state back up to L. issue the starter and now the Heisman Trophy winner and dot band to read about his family history of Brill it's a story story family history and you're just so happy for the guy to be able to reach this level he's going to go on and be up number one draft pick from some team who knows hello hi go you could go number one so we'll see what happens there but just yeah just so happy for him and and then eager to see what happens at the next level for

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