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"burberry" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

04:37 min | Last month

"burberry" Discussed on Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT Podcast

"Baider-meinhof phenomenon affects paranormal investigations. In recreational ghost hunting activities are simplified to grabbing a piece of technology or to running into the location and find yourself some paranormal activity. So you can have an enjoyable experience however to conduct a thorough science-based paranoid investigation. There was so much more to take into account subjects such as property inclined history client personality and mental state property geology technology in close proximity to the property electromagnetic sources within a few blocks three miles within line of sight. Meteorology including solo weather in applicable client quantum entanglement just a few of the slew of subjects that can affect paranormal activity whether perceived or empirical during a science base investigation. It is imperative to be cognizant of human behavioral tendencies including the investigator. Your colleagues in the client's this podcast episode is one of a series of episodes that will explore. How human behavior affects paranormal investigations. The baider-meinhof phenomenon. I two frequency illusion. I'll give you a brief explanation of frequency illusion which is a definition from wikipedia dot com. This may sound a bit scientifically technical for a moment and then it will simplify for you. Frequency illusion also known as the baider-meinhof phenomenon or frequency bias is a cognitive bias. In which after noticing something for the first time there is a tendency to notice it more often leading someone to believe that it has a high frequency a form of selection bias it occurs when increased awareness of something creates the illusion that it is appearing more often to simplify that explanation. The baider-meinhof phenomenon refers to your minds. Pr ocupation with a conceptualization. That was recently developed. Here are three examples of how this phenomenon may present itself in everyday life one. You weren't a burberry interested in particular vehicle. You boughten inexpensive older car to get from point eight point be being an inexpensive old car. The car is an impressive to look at both externally as well as the interior. You never really paid attention of the cars because you see them. It's just a tool one day. A friend picks you up to go out for the evening and you are namur with the aesthetics of the interior of the new car. The layout design just seems to resonate with your personal taste..

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"burberry" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

04:45 min | Last month

"burberry" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"He says the took upon for nothing. That punch could go to anyone. My friends my wife other people. That's why i decided to sue. Because he's violent and dangerous person so nice. Getting sued by this dj. Now what's the interpretation of his wife posted while she claims went down. She says then now nowhere. He free punch face of francesco. He was invited us. Another cisco says okay. let's go. He hit him. Luckily francisco's very close. So he couldn't locally punches. Francesco flew flew on the table and then on the ground. The first thing i came to mind was you're kidding. Is this a show that i was. Paralysed she then went on to say. I turned around the soda. Hit friends who are holding him against because he to continue beatty. Imagine qana whether to continue pummeling this guy who is probably dressed head to toe. Marcello burn probably had a couple of bits of You know circle merch on. Maybe those burberry Burberry does Exam mcqueen stan smith ones being stacked whoever a couple of maybe assembly ngoga train just casually talion dude right telling. Dj idea already looking. Nice people the nicest people right now at party not to eat not to have a good time have not live the highlife and if someone like a legitimate show you around and show you one of the some of the best parts of rovereto take you to the places they're torres. Don't get to go to all the graham. Replaces that you get. She have swell times acclaimed. Imagine what that is the donahue said that could have gone to point to be held back right then then they then. They took him away. And i turned to the light turned on the light and the gods turned them off of course would not no video francisco was bleeding a win to help him and the guards chase away He will stay in italy until october. Twenty six if you see him. Stay away beam go near and also because he's unstable and dangerous person. Khanna's hide numerous incidents. The now let's hypothesized weapon right. Because to be completely honest. I've watched too many public. Free covered ios obsessed with sub. It is one of the best in the world. Public free cast right and i know people love to kind of frame stuff that happened to them in a way to always makes them out to be the victim right..

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"burberry" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:33 min | 2 months ago

"burberry" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I think i think she up to a game. I think he upped his game in this film. And i think it provided some drama between the two of them and i felt i mean this is some stuff. We'll get into later in in the in the review but i felt the increase in both of their games to try and get this love story over. I bought it in the so my i never had a problem with it yet. Like i definitely agree. They boosted and worked on it a lot like it was very clear. They wanted the movie to really hinge on just the relationships they built up over a the past movie and that was a problem coming off of specter. They really had to work for it. And i do think it was a massive increase in quality in terms of their material together. But i just again. It's just more of a connection. Thing i just. I don't quite buy into it. But i say that now. Don't know how i'll feel after a couple more viewings i've had to so maybe it will come around on the second one. The last major dislike. I have with this film. Maybe it's not even major actually might be slightly minor but it's the film's reliance on the past. And i don't mean tying up the the craig story. I i think it needs to. Do i have no problem with how did that. Oh how delivered. I think it did it really well but there are some things in this film. The hawkin back to previous bond films. I think it may be overplays. Its hand I can't really get into much further without spoiling stuff. So i'm sorry. I'm being quite vague. But this is i understand the sixty nine advisory next year. You think of a diner day had that room with all the references and things like that. There is a room like that in this film. Actually if you pay close attention to but the other things is filmed does from from the soundtrack to dial choices to moment choices i still like It's not like the it once. They do several times with the same reference is like hey remember this a whole member burberry saying i got it. I got the nostalgia the first time you said it. I didn't need to hear it again. Yeah like i know exactly what you're.

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"burberry" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"burberry" Discussed on Upgrade

"Can i not do. I have to go to amazon for that. So course you can. But they've they've chosen to hide it and make it make it more of a mystery to click around like it's like playing missed or something. It's you know it's an adventure where where's the whereas the bag where is the whereas the checkout button. Well let's find it. How do i find that. Lightening cable Well just click on ipad and see what nope no do you have an ipad pro has unbc. Click somewhere where there's lightning iphone. I know it's not that bad but it's just it's really frustrating because this is such an obvious glaring thing where apple just tried to be better than the internet and the internet said. No you are you are on the internet. You need to be what people expect from your website. So i found a an article. Somebody said that it was removed in twenty fifteen and arends joined in twenty fourteen. Okay so there you go correct. We'll will lay down on enjoy his lap and if it does go hand with the whole idea of what she was trying to create and i think good things that came from bath things came from it and i think some of that abstraction of like we don't have a stool's now stool on was rights. Somebody else design stuff antastic. So here's the thing about Erents was the the number two. I think maybe she was the ceo ceo at burberry. And so she. Her higher was very much. Like apple is a luxury brand right. I think her higher. We've talked about this before her person at that time when they were trying to be what for what they were trying to be and it goes hand in hand with like making solid apple. Watch right it was the idea of. What can we learn from these luxury brands. Which is funny because apple stores do better in sales per square foot than luxury.

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"burberry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"burberry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hello. They want us to come back before. No, no, no, no. That despite See you. Mr Momento brought down a Burberry. Yes, I am a good way to go, baby, okay? You don't want to get up every morning when political Quinn trouble Hello? Oh, yeah, you know. Hello. Come on, Don't look all of your mind. No. I'm bringing them back in. I'll get back to the same basic in Tokyo. Get people to put mathematical it literally anything, but I don't know. Okay, wait. No. Don't let anyone tell you. You're gonna be okay. You know what people think. We'll be looking for me. I'm gonna come up on my model. I don't want to be. Oh, please call me Don't have it all. Mother, would you get the baby weight with you? You little nice, huh? No more e. Only because you know you've exceeded seven days. A spoon. The single exit, Livio. Mm. Do you know where that extra goes? Nothing they say spawned a single Mr for McDonald's CPU and Davis. Helen Advertising. This is aroma. $2.6 piece McNugget. 32nd radio Idea. Number M c L Q 8473 to 0 R. Hey, we haven't even pulled away from the drive thru, and you're already digging in the McDonald's bag, baby. Just a few. All right. I guess I can't blame you Pass me some to smells too good to get it all the way home meal. There's a meal for every moment at McDonald's. And now your favorite spicy chicken McNuggets are back. Get a six piece, spicy or classic for.

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Katz Kiely Talks about how frontline.live helps the NHS with PPE and why they have open sourced the platform.

Sam Talks Technology

08:23 min | 10 months ago

Katz Kiely Talks about how frontline.live helps the NHS with PPE and why they have open sourced the platform.

"Can you tell everyone is listening. Walk is frontline live and then how you first came about forming it. 'cause you did an amazing campaign and support early in the lockdown so what frontline live is an online live data mac which means that any healthcare worker here is on the front line who finds themselves short at ppe. And therefore is at risk of getting ill can either tweet a request using hashtags hashtag frontline map. Hashtag the postcode so we can make sure they're actually at a healthcare organization not just collecting. Ppe reason and then hashtag what it is they need or they can fill in an online form of frontline dot live and we will then do two things one of them. Put a dot opin on a digital map so that people can see with the need is but also now because of a new partnership two other organizations the healthcare workers association and met share supply drive. It means that we basically have a warehouse of free. Pp which all partners of what rated long and hard for by raising money and getting donations. And because of a partnership with hermes it means that as soon as somebody on the frontline requests vp. Because they're shows of it we can get free p. p. to them within forty eight hours. How did all of this started happening. I moved back to my house in sheffield so in lockdown home alone on zoom call with a friend of mine who is a senior us. I'm saying i can't get a delivery. I'm gonna have to go to the supermarket and she said okay. I can do one better than that. I'm going into the hospital tomorrow. We don't have any masks of probably be dealing with people with covert line flown. Can you imagine that feeling so then. Of course i became a little bit hyper aware of this particular problem. And because everyone on every social media channel that doctors nurses health care workers saying we have p p that's bound on the other side there's this incredible uprising of entrepreneurs who assisting forward money three d. printing visors. That's companies like brutal and burberry. And i'm barbara who've pivot their entire system that can make pp to give away so we've got people desperately in need and scud going without pp's any of us would put up with and people are trying to solve the problem but they couldn't see very other were and so then. I hear on the news one day. Burberry making scrubs. There's an nhs trust because they didn't have to contact burberry have had to go through some ministers in the government to ask them how they conduct bribery. Oh for goodness sake. This is ridiculous. Because i'm all about technical innovation so i thought it can't be that hard surely to find a way of making it easy for people on the front line to say i haven't got this so that people who've got supply can get it and quickly. Yeah that was my beginning and a guy who used to work with who used intel is at ucla now on run did to him. About how hard would it be for us to be able to collect data and put it live on a map so that people can see what's going on and we chatted for awhile for about an hour and then i didn't hear anything back from him midnight that night i get any email. He's already got his team on it. I'm like oh so then fast. Forward six weeks. I've had about fuzi. Volunteers who've sat forward the most incredible people people who well known in the industry. People go better things to do with their times. they busy. Who sat for just getting this. Were absolutely and we're going to make this happen so six weeks later. We launched the service in the first three month period. When all of this stuff you're talking about how they've got. The timelines has stepped forward giving his full page. Spreads is giving us full page. Adverts ocean outdoor gives us sixty with the biggest digital out of home screens across the country. So we can put stuff out there. Not one penny changes hands. A snapchat talked to the general manager. he goes. Yeah wherever we can do to help. We'll do a national campaign. you give gives your assets. We'll sort out view. I have never in my career. Repos talk about purpose and actually fears purpose. You will look forward to enjoy getting out of bed in the morning. But i've never seen anything like this in my life. The sad side of that is that the nhs in my humble opinion and i we were talking about this before. It's the jewel in our crown. It's something that we should be quite rightfully proud of. And then by an example we partnered with united health who have about one hundred thousand frontline. Health co worker members talking to them. And i'm saying i keep hearing stories from people on the front line that actually the idea of people tweeting their requests is really difficult because nobody does speak cow and people are being told not to use the service from my mouth. It being told not to use it. Yeah people are being told if they speak out about the fact that appea- shortages they will lose their jobs. Assist crazy if you can't do your job one wi fi. Find another way to do it. That's most entrepreneurs will okay. I can't go x. y. And found a way round it exactly and the system should be set up in a way. This is about somebody complaining about something. It's if you don't have you're putting your life at risk. Six hundred forty doctors nurses have died. Because there isn't enough got enough. So basically i'm finding out it's absolutely known as endemic that people inside the nhs all tolls not speak up about things and told they will lose their jobs so we moved it from just twitter to having a fool where people could Report anonymously if they were too scared to speak out off the fifteen hundred. Ish request for p. P. i reckon about eighty percents of them were done anonymously by people who was scared to speak out and some of the comments they left on those forms. Joss person frankly interesting. We've been up from. You has improved or got worse vitton. What's your gut fail. It's been interesting because there was a point where there was a story or other media about the fact that management we're turning healthcare workers to be quiet and then matt hancock said in the commons. This is not true. people will be protected. It's definitely from my perspective. People are less likely to speak out and obviously we had a bit of downtime where we registered frontline is a charity because there weren't as many cases and he gave his time to consolidate and build townships so we decided in september. Do a to find out whether or not people in healthcare organizations feel confident. They're going to have enough p. p. to see them through over this next crazy time which is become crazier guess. How many percent said they felt fully confident. They'd get enough. P p twenty eight. Wow wow wow wow that super-low eight percent of frontline healthcare workers believe they will get enough to keep them safe during this time that scary as a number. That's scary.

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Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

The Plant Path

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

"Hey everybody say John Popham. Here founded the school of Evolutionary herbalism, and it's QNA day today and. This week's question that I wanted to share with you all is. Is a very interesting question that comes up from time to time in regards to weather and herb can actually work like an antibiotic and possible benefits and possible risks. and terms of using herbs to treat pathogenic infections, and I think this is pretty relevant topic these days as we are in the midst of the whole Covid, nineteen situation and I'm seeing more and more people reaching out. To plants as ways of strengthening your immune system and wanting to look at antiviral antibacterial herbs, and how to protect themselves and their family. But as most of US know. Standard, antibiotics can have pretty detrimental effects on the body specifically in regards to the Gut Flora so in this week's Cuna. We're GONNA be talking about antiseptic antimicrobial plants, and they're kind of weighing their benefits and risks, and also kind of a what I think is a really excellent discussion in terms of the difference between how an herbal medicine works in the human organism in contrast to how a lot of pharmaceutical medications, specifically antibiotics work in the human organism. So I hope you enjoy the question answer for this week I question number one here is. Coming to us from Sharing Lemay and Materia Medica monthly. And Sharon his asking since Lemay kills off micro-organisms, is there a danger? It will destroy our gut flora the same way an antibiotic would especially if we drink it as a tea. Does using the tincture, keep it in the respiratory system, so it never gets down into the gut in any meaningful strength, so when used for a cold slash flu situation, the Gut Flora are not impacted, although since also affects the urinary tract. It seems its powers. Go throughout the body, so I'm just wondering if we are nuking. Gut Flora with Lemay mation great question Sharon. This is actually. This question brings up some really interesting dynamics. I think in the way that we think about how an herbal medicine works in contrast to how drugs work right. So this is a question that I actually quite a bit not just around lamasion, but around other herbs to especially see this one a lot with a lot of the. In containing plants. High drastic candidate insists golden seal. Mahoney Aquaphor Liam. Grape a cop, this or gold thread. Really any plant that you look it up in your book and you see. Anti Microbial. Antibacterial Oh. Is this going to adversely affect the Gut Flora? Generally speaking, I think the best answer to that question is for the most no. Obviously I don't really know if there's been a whole lot of scientific research where they measured someone's Gut, Flora. And then they took you know some of these whole plants. Or tinctures teas of these plants, and then measured it again and found that they were adversely affected. I'm not sure if that exists but from a clinical perspective. Through utilizing these remedies, we don't really see any of the. After effects that are pretty common. From as Sharon said, nuking the Gut Flora with an antibiotic right, which be off. Fatigue or post antibiotic use. Digestive imbalances. It's really common these days for. People to have digestive symptoms, digestive issues, and when we really do some digging in to the case and figure out we'll. When did it start a lot of times? You can trace it back to a time when that person was put on around of antibiotics, so it's really common. I've used a lot of verbs that are typically considered anti microbial antibacterial herbs and haven't seen anything that would indicate that it's adversely affecting the gut flora, and especially in the case with limitation. This is not something that I've seen. One study that was done. On a burberry isolate right so this would be isolated. An isolated alkaloid right Bergreen the. Famous alkaloid that we find in Goldenseal and Oregon grape grapefruit that has been demonstrated to have very strong antibacterial property. burberry isolate was administered to people in doses. I would say higher than you're going to probably be able to get from taking capsules or drinking, tea, or taking a tincture and. There was no. Signs of any type of Gut Flora imbalance, and that was actually a study that was done where they measured the Gut Flora, and after a period of time of administering pure burberry alkaloids, they did not see adversely affecting the gut flora

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"burberry" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"burberry" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Like we have at Burberry not how they're taking even a wave more of our constitutional rights from the elderly living assisted living nursing homes or any type of carefully even if it's a disabled my ale barely adult child like say it back to them they don't talk about how they're taking their rights away more they're not allowed to go out have family go anywhere and they say you could but they don't have to welcome you back well I again I mean I think that they are there certain health public health restrictions that can be taken one of these dangers that we've seen is that these these old age homes rising homes are becoming just hot beds of death for called the nineteen in fact eighty percent of all deaths in New Jersey were at nursing home something like fifty percent of all deaths across the United States and Europe have been nursing homes or assisted living facility so greater caution saying like you can go out but if you come back we're gonna have to test you and you may have to stay out for a few days and that that doesn't sound they're not even able to me by restricting people entirely by saying okay so you want to consent to a relative coming in and that person is gonna wear masking their gonna come see you and then you're gonna stay in your room like that there's certain restrictions that they're just not allowing certain people to make decisions and if you're not allowed to make a decision that seems to be very different then you can make a decision but there are consequences I do think the present you know protecting the old age homes right now is obviously a top priority and you don't want a situation like you had New York where Cuomo was literally forcing him to take back in people who he knew had called in nineteen yes and I've I've heard that our governor is doing the same but you know I haven't seen like proof of it and of course they're not given the option to stay up you come back we'll have to test your anything like that they just saying literally you know we're likely not going to bring you back because I even asked the regional director or my father that excuse me and they won't come out there you have to make them to get even that much answer like well you can but yeah if I won't be able to be unclear about about a lot of yeah and and that that's unfortunate I really appreciate the call Samantha in Denver Colorado on conscription before it's not the hi Ben always a pleasure to talk to you so my question is are you know I'm starting with my life so I I made the choice you know just see what was happening in our country and you know it's a lot of leftist legislation in people living there right and our freedoms and a lot of policy that I disagree with that I made the choice to run for office which was you know my way of you know doing what I can do like you know being part of changing things and turning our country around at this point you know at the margin what is happening across the country I'm wondering is not even enough you know especially with the black lives matter movement an anti fat and all of this chaos that seems to be taking over you know it's not me it's not even a policy issue anymore it do we need more conservative people stepping up and pointing out you know where is you know where there's hate and there's anger in this division is coming from pointing out the lies in being louder these conservative people are still afraid to speak up you're free to do anything but so many people are wondering what can I do and I'd like her to focus on what sorry go ahead you're exactly right I mean it's it's it's an actual collective action problems one of the things that that you're hearing right now is people you know who working in corporations and and their corporate in the corporate bosses are saying things like well you need to acknowledge your white privilege or you need to acknowledge stomach racism and people feeling like okay I'll either keep silent because of the rising to get fired for not doing what my boss says that that I should do if this continues people are just going to leave their jobs because they're gonna say listen I'm all in favor of saving black lives because who the hell isn't everyone who is decent in favor of that but if you want me to buy into a narrative that America that's false I'd rather not work here and there the alternate businesses started along these lines left is an incredible job of dividing the country in massive ways and basically segregating the country by politics and and that's going to that's going to continue and the the the attempted right break down of the country into two polarized groups that that is what the left the preferred this is why the politicizing searching for politicized areas of American life and I understand all the people who are saying listen I gotta feed my family and that means that I have to write a basically yeah that that I have to basically L. yeah go along get along I I I get all of that that's why I said to people that if you want to you know keep burning living sometimes you do have to keep your head down and just ignore some of stupidity that's that's going on around you but you are you are correct that the the left is culturally Senate right now and because the left is culturally ascendant they've decided they're going to use all tools at their disposal include including bullying and cajoling people who just simply disagree and honestly I think the only cure for that is going to come a little bit down the road when there are people who say okay you know what I'm I'm not working here anymore and starting my own business in the same line and I'm gonna compete with this other business because I just don't feel like going along with with any of this yeah I did that and none of that is a referendum it's amazing you have to say this clearly and and and make it obvious because he won what letter so disingenuous none of that is to say that anyone disagrees with the idea that black people should have the exact same level of safety and security of the United States as everybody else in the United States we all agree on that the point is that people are out in silence on the key issue which is is America systemically evil and if you say that it is not you could be fired these days I understand why people are keeping silent about it but it isn't the dangerous when left has full run of the full run of the shop at this point well I'm not you know not to get too much of your time but you know at one of the huge issues if people don't understand what the black lives matter movement what the basis of it at that you know ninety percent of people never even another website yet they're standing for that organization as for the you know fundamental breakdown of America and you know so at this point is it is like if you're fighting for right correct very conservative policy is going to help or is it standing up you know all of us to standing up and saying no like where we have to point out where the problems are and we can we can't be afraid to point those out versus just trying to sit back and be a part of you know something that isn't even a problem which of policy I mean there's a lot that doesn't seem to be the foundation that's right I also think it's one of the reasons why the the I I've mentioned before that the the term black lives matter I is now eight term of semantic overload that's a linguistics term it means that actually means to separate things one of them is quite good one of them is quite not and one that is quite good as the idea the black lives matter the the one that is quite not as the actual organization black lives matter which is you know run through with with radicalism and and terrible ideas and anti semitism and all the rest so you know that is that is something that we should keep an eye on obviously Samantha I appreciate the call Daniel in New York on the bench perishable for Daniel Hey man what's your opinion on the pros 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"burberry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"burberry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The business rockstars from the nasdaq market site in Times Square I'm Jeannie are men and our guest today is Lindsay Boyd she is the co founder of the laundry great to see you thank heaven thank you for having me so the laundress what is your business about I think we have a sense of it but tell us so the laundress is an eco friendly collection I was detergents fabric care home cleaning products so think about your beloved cashmere sweater we have something to care for that without dry cleaning your favorite white tee shirt how to keep it nice and bright and light as if it's you know it when you first bought it and this kind of grew out of what I understand was essentially as it described a crusade get away from dry cleaning and I have to say I'm a huge fan of that concept and when you talk about like nice clothes getting ruined or the cost I remember Burberry coat that I love the trench coat Troy by a dry cleaner so tell me about this yeah it doesn't feel very good if no one else just tries it for sure I'm at the time the other co founder and I we were in fashion so I had a lot of things that we in our wardrobe from Kashmir to things that had to be dry clean or spending a ton of money on dry cleaners on the dry cleaner only to have the items come back in a worse condition than when we brought it there so that an owner is really harsh chemicals all of these things that we knew from our textile background Akron oh university that you in fact don't have to dry clean ninety percent of your wardrobe it's actually better to.

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"burberry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"burberry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"His daily press briefing heard lie on live on KPK speaks about his conversation with governor Newsom between ventilators and testing and so many other things we've had a lot of good partners not all good partners but we had a lot of good part is Gavin Newsom today thank us very much Gavin Newsom California thank you so much for getting him all the things that he needed so he can keep going and keep doing a good job we got it on today tomorrow we're getting an even more the president and the governor agree that increasing the amount of testing swabs will significantly improve California's testing abilities and get state closer to re opening and breaking during that press briefing and president trump says he's considering extending social distancing guidelines be on may first if you think the country is not yet in a safe place the measures put in place back in March of course are set to expire at the end of this month but we're waiting for that confirmation or extension breaking this afternoon the house sitting another a corona virus relief package to president trump's desk the nearly five hundred billion dollar measure provides additional funding for the small business loan program to help keep employees on the payroll that program quickly ran out of cash as businesses struggle to find their footing amidst the coronavirus shut down funding for hospitals in corona virus testing also is included in that measure the president's expected to sign it tonight we'll continue our cover nineteen indepth fact based coverage now turning to Sacramento renters helpline experience it up taking calls from tenants who are concerned about their ability to pay rent during the corona virus pandemic KP case Mike blunt has this report the Sacramento self help housing is a renter's helpline was established four years ago to give renters legal advice on the rights and help them solve disputes with landlords executive director John Foley says the majority of calls more than three hundred in April are from readers who currently have no income we're getting quite a few calls where the person calling you know hasn't really had a history of having any kind of issues he says many believe the state moratorium on evictions a ninety day grace period to pay back accurate is not enough persons only income during that time might be unemployment income it's it's hard to see how their be anyway that a person could actually have you know gotten to a point where they could get caught up you can find more information and that helpline number add renter's helpline dot org Mike Boynton is ninety three point one KFBK a church in Lodi is suing California governor Newsom San Joaquin county and the city of Lodi for violating its first amendment right to assemble and worship safely cross culture Christian church continue to meet after the governor issued his order to stop large public gatherings the city of Lodi band the church from using their buildings and even their parking lot well the church attorney Dan Broyles as people of faith are not second class citizens and feels the state can't use the pandemic as an excuse to target and discriminate against religious citizen art perspective is if pot dispensaries liquor stores and home depots are essential to get through this crisis and how much more temples mosques synagogues and churches the federal civil rights complaint was filed yesterday Boyle says he's willing to take the case as far as it needs to go to protect the first amendment rights to free exercise of religion freedom of speech and freedom of assembly it's five thirty five let's get caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. two K..

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Weird Growth Experiment: What Neil Learned Spending $162,301 on Clothes

Marketing School

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Weird Growth Experiment: What Neil Learned Spending $162,301 on Clothes

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Patel and today we're GonNa talk about a weird growth experiment which is really what Neil learn over one hundred sixty two thousand dollars on clothes so Neil. This is fun episode. Because you're GONNA do most of the heavy lifting so what exactly happened here because he actually wrote something about this a while back as a blog post so tell us what happened so years ago when I was less known house out there hustling much more. I need to go back to doing that. I decided to try to run an experiment. Where if I dress nicer would I be able to charge people more money and make more money so I decided to spend a ton of money on clothes? I probably spend too much and when I would go to business meetings. I'll make shows super nice. You know and see if it would help me. Close more deals in generate more income. Got IT and so. Tell us the process here. I mean the the one hundred sixty two thousand. Did you pick out the clothes? Like what did you do exactly? What kind of clothes were you wearing at in? Pick why she closed or anything like that. I picked me these suits briefcases nice shoes. Think of business attire. But extremely nice business attire things like dull Jacobina Tom for burberry Tana Kashmir little beyond stuff like that Yup. Did you pick up the stuff yourself? I had other people helped me pick out the clothes so what I quickly learned is mainly did this when I was in Las Vegas and I was living there and I lived literally right on the strips. Also close to a lot of the shopping. What I learned is if you spend enough they actually come to your house with racks of Clothes Anna Taylor you. They don't charge you extra for that. They just bring stuff you try it on you get fitted and then once it's done they bring it back to your house and by the way I mean some of that's you still have that look like whenever people see you. It's not like you're wearing suits all the time. It's your worrying. You have a casual look but it's nice clothes correct correct yes well technically now just like a bum. There's nothing wrong with being Bomba. I dress really poorly at this point. I thought you're still wearing nice. You just like a bomb. But you're still wearing nice stuff. Probably might t shirts four hundred dollars so my point is when you look at Neil. He dresses fairly casually. But you can tell. It's still nice stuff. I think that's the point. I'm trying to get people to visualize it a little bit. So maybe let's talk about the before and after results before maybe you weren't wearing as nice stuff and then you started wearing nice stuff like what exactly happened. Can you share any case studies? Yeah so when I go to in person meetings to try to close deals Mike. Closing ratio went up from twenty five percent to forty percent which was huge and innocence brought me over six hundred ninety two thousand dollars in revenue now. That doesn't mean prophecy. That doesn't necessarily mean it pays for the close. It just means I brought in extra revenue and keep them on pitching enterprise big corporations and I think why it worked really well was is because people like all right this guy successful portraying a bigger company and yet. Maybe he's worth the price that he's quoting. I also do believe that its regional base. You know places like Los Angeles Seattle New York Chicago. I think it matters a bit more places like San Francisco. I don't think it matters as much. Yup that's completely true and I mean I mean the typical look as you're wearing like Patagonia vast or something like that and then you're wearing all birds and you're good to go exactly and I also think it depends what phase you are in life because depending on what phase you are in life in business Helps as much in Class A fear. Reid Hoffman Co founder of link Denmark. I don't think it matters what you wear your hundred percent so I mean that's a four point. Three X return to six ninety two on the one sixty two so I guess you know looking at things from a personal experience here. I used to just have a backpack like a normal back. You know meal night. We have a late friend named Brandon who he had kind of a similar back as I do. We look like school kids but once you switched up his backpack to a nice Pat toomey backpack. That's T U M I. He said like everything changed. When you went to route people will compliment on his backpack and then he would get seen a little differently even though he dressed casually. I changed my backpack and I know how to me backpack to and I will say I get a lot of Nice comments about it and people do the first impression how people see you. You'll get one chance to make it right so you know. Even let's say you still want to continue to dress casually that's fine. Maybe you look at the other stuff. Maybe the briefcase right or maybe look at the backpack because you do typically get a couple of nice comments about like Neil the briefcase you have generally. It's always something people talk about right not anymore because I have a child and she plays with the zippers breaks. It and all that kind of stuff in the east you. Yeah makes sense so yeah guys. I don't think you necessarily need to spend one hundred sixty two thousand dollars on clothes. I think we're just saying Zara or any place has affordable clothing. Alex Niccolo unique goes good. I don't know where you go for female codes. Nic Business Attire. It's not necessarily the price it's more so the fit. Yep exactly I that's a really good point you don't necessarily is spent thousands of thousands of dollars if you get a good Taylor. That's probably a little more important on to make sure things look fit. They look a million bucks.

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Here's what this US coronavirus survivor in Seattle learned when she was sick

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

07:34 min | 1 year ago

Here's what this US coronavirus survivor in Seattle learned when she was sick

"This next story this segment you gonna listen to hear folks should give you hope I mean you hear nothing but dire news bad news all this woman we have on the line now this nice lady Elizabeth Snyder she's from Seattle she has a doctorate in bio engineering and she survived the coronavirus Elizabeth good morning to you hi good morning Bernie and said it's great the package what is the I love New York City and I I want to come back in now that the flights are cheap and I recovered I have immunity maybe I'll be there in the near future I like a lot you got a great attitude I know I don't even know if you have a muted I've heard of examples of people getting it twice I hate to bring it down but in your case you're very very upbeat you survive the coronavirus tell us about your deal tell us about how you first became aware that you actually had this virus yeah that's a great question so I actually initially when I got sick I thought I just had a nasty flu like symptoms Burberry and line with what you would get if you came down with the flu and I initially did not think I have a corona virus because I had no cost they had no shortness of breath I had no respiratory distress or any respiratory issues those really only when I started chatting with a group of friends of mine who all got sick at the exact same time three days after attending a party that we started to get a little suspicious and many of my friends went to the doctor I myself did not go because I was recovering on my own and I think that I thought I had the flu my friends have gone to the doctor and the doctors just tested for flu it came back negative we're all getting a little bit frustrated enough that police one of my friends found that there was a local research study here in Seattle called the Seattle to study and it's a joint collaboration between university of Washington Seattle children's and perhaps they were just testing for the flu as part of a study on community transmission of influenza but they recently started testing for coronavirus so we also spent ten ten naval quads simple to just kind of you know cross our fingers and hope for the best we were curious to know if we had current virus but we weren't you know particularly sure we had it and sure enough I got a call this past Saturday on March seventh from the research coordinator with the study saying my sample tested positive Lizabeth Snyder thirty seven years old live now in Seattle Washington had the virus corona and does doing much better today survived of course I thought was kind of cute when I read the story of how much a list that you know your symptoms subsided by the time you found out you had corona you'll you're not at your work you're actually getting better already so when you found out you how do you like I don't know it's kind of cool I'll be like probably site depicts permit yes that's correct I would say at first I was a little shocked because as I mentioned I just thought that I had the flu and perfectly honest if I hadn't been tested that what I would have thought and yes when I got the call on Saturday I was feeling better I was upbeat and the sun came out in Seattle I was enjoying my Saturday in fact I was planning to have a friend over that evening to play board games so yeah I was a little shocked but I was not scared I didn't panic I wasn't worried because as I said at that point I had pretty much you're covered I did kind of think it was pretty cool in a way because at that point I knew there weren't that many people in the United States that had contracted it and as you mentioned at the beginning of the segment I do have a PhD in bioengineering I did molecular biology research in college and graduate school and I work for a biotechnology company here in Seattle so I think from an intellectual curiosity perspective I thought it was kind of interesting so a Lisbon Snyder from Seattle again a doctorate in bio engineering of course Washington state one of the highest the highest number of cases of coronavirus and Lizabeth to tell us about for example how many days you suffered from this coronavirus and how big did it get while you're going through it so I fell down thank and found that I was feeling unwell on it you pay it was Tuesday February twenty fifth there's actually three days after that okay that party that I mentioned in the evening my temperature spike two hundred and three so that was a little alarming I can't remember the last time in my adult life I've had a hundred to three degree fever so I thought queen and it was the most severe apart from that however I just had a headache I had intense body aches I had a lot of fatigue I started feeling a little bit contracted and these are all symptoms of a common cold or you know and nasty flu and I did not have any respiratory symptoms as I mentioned earlier I didn't have a cost I didn't have shortness of breath I didn't have any chest tightness so thankfully the next day after I started feeling sick my fever came down to a hundred and one they just add did self care and I took over the counter medications and drink a lot of water I would say that the entire duration of my illness was about eight days and that's when I immediately one evening I was watching television and I automatically kind of felt this sort of like fog you know that you get all over your body and in your head when your steak it's a sort of listed and I felt my energy package back to normal well you know to be honest here you fall in the category of people who what you want those what you're supposed to thirty seven years old eighty I I I gather you're in good shape having had a bunch of medical history issues before so it's not shocking that you will have this for seven or eight days and your okay I think what what people are going to say is I hate it when grateful Isabel Schneider but you know my uncle's eighty and he just had a heart attack or his lungs aren't good and then she's going to make it sound like it was kind of cool I got it is not that big a deal but I know you're on record saying listen listen I was okay that doesn't mean that other people shouldn't take the proper precautions that's correct you know one of the takeaways but I have from this experience is that the symptoms are varied and just because you don't have you know cost and shortness of breath and chest tightness doesn't mean that it's not coded nineteen and so you know I think at this point right now the best thing that we can do in the community is anyone who is experiencing any of these terms and please try and stay home from work train arrange something with your employer if you have limited time or if you can work from home in please do so by yourself for fourteen days because there are people in our community who are elderly and your no fault of their own have you no underlying health condition or someone who's a concert you know or you know have had major surgery and they're the most vulnerable but I would say that you know I think as this thing progresses we're gonna find more and more people coming out as testing positive people like myself who who have recovered so it remains to be seen how quote unquote deadliest viruses compared to influence that but you know I think that this whole experience should remind us that this is not something that we should practice just in a time of crisis like right now at the cove in nineteen outbreak this is something we should practice all year long when you get sick or even a

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California Becomes First State to Ban Fur Production and Sales

Pop Fashion

03:45 min | 2 years ago

California Becomes First State to Ban Fur Production and Sales

"I don't have a funny quip about California so let's move on California he is a state in the United States and it is the first US state to ban animal for products the governor signed a bill over the weekend? that will bar residents from selling or making clothing shoes or handbags with I starting in twenty twenty three animal rights groups are obviously cheering about this development the proposal was vigorously opposed by the US for industry and the for Information Council of America has already threatened to Sue San Francisco and Los Angeles already had bans on trapping and sale Call A. for so those were two cities in the state of California where you couldn't really deal in for but this is the first Statewide ban here's what it doesn't apply to it does not apply to you used products or those made for religious or tribal purposes it excludes the sale of leather dog and cat fur cow-hides deer sheep and goats skin at anything preserved through taxidermy yeah so that's happening so you could still have vintage for as what is saying keep that also some pro for groups are saying listen this is not really being thought through because if you do fo- for that could be bad for the environment too because all the plastics chemicals which is not wrong but I think you could have two things happening simultaneously right I'm very confused by this dog and cat fur thing and I don't like it whatever it is I'm not not aboard do not support but I am into the restriction ends on producing or selling mink Chinchilla rabbit or other animals this is a huge event for animal rights activists it doesn't surprise me that is coming out of California I because those cities that you mentioned were so on board with getting underway I'm wondering if other states are going to follow suit what do you think as California goes so does the country right I don't think that's actually a saying does it arguably one of the leaders in the US fashion industry like when you think of Fashion Hud you have la you have New York which is at a different scale than la La has like larger manufacturing units New York has a lot of the offices and smaller manufacturing units got a little bit in the Carolinas you've got a little bit in the Detroit Area I think if you're looking yeah in Nashville and if you're looking for the the biggest impact the quickest for this it's going to be in California but I think a lot of people will voluntarily get on board with this especially if they're doing business with fashion houses that are based in California or have manufacturing units and California the the past two years we've seen a lot of movement within the fashion industry to start not using our products and there's kind of a snowball effect for instance Chanel Prada Gucci and burberry all said that they are going to use for anymore and they're minds and of course those aren't US base but there is kind of this effect where it's picking up steam so I'm interested to see what happens next

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Turkish, US officials meet for talks

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:02 min | 2 years ago

Turkish, US officials meet for talks

"Thought the trains keep running and we'll look at the week's luxury news to segram aspera derozan and form burberry c._e._o. Rosemary bravo that's ahead on the briefing starting now and welcome to today's edition of the briefing we will start without news panel today and i'm joined today by the political analyst and former bbc political correspondent carol walker and tim marshall editor of the what and the why dot com and the author of shadow play behind the lines and under fire. Welcome both to the studio. We will start today in ankara where u._s. Military officials have arrived for talks walks aimed at stopping turkey from carrying out attacks on washington's kurdish allies in syria. Now of course this is a very broad wide ranging story. That has a lot many many years of context to it. We will attempt to bring things up to speed. I asked him turkey and the u._s. Have of course been in deep disagreement however the syria conflict for months now all these talks likely to change anything at home depends which diplomatic firepower is still left on the american side in this relationship this comes on the back of excuse me last month decision of turkey taking delivery of russia's s. four hundred missile defense system now a nato country buying its missile defense system from russia is quite an act and the americans pins were absolutely furious about it and said right. We're not selling you. The one hundred thirty five jet fighters state of the art which you ordered. It's cancelled so the relationship ship had been deteriorating even before that really went down last month and f one in the face of the teeth of american opposition says no. I'm still going ahead with this invasion about twenty miles down into <hes> syria that were done it two or three times before but this time he sang when it go east of euphrates and that's key because east of the freighters is where the main wipe e. G. forces our kurdish forces and amongst them. There's is one thousand american troops so it's actually going to attack the white p._g. The american troops are in the middle of it so that that's why it's so dangerous <hes> so let's see what comes is out of it. <hes> mark s for the new defense secretary has said it would be unacceptable and he sent a team to turkey. We don't know the outcome that said u._s. Officials have been describing the talks because they last ditch effort to convince turkey not to launch a unilateral attack carol. I mean as far as diplomatic language is concerned that doesn't sound so positive no and and this is clearly as tim has mentioned something that has been looming for months years and it appears that turkey which has long been. I'm very worried about the kurds controlling that section syria are looking at the grinding and the long syrian syrian civil war and are concerned the those <hes> kurds which they see as aiding and abetting the kurdish insurgency surgency inside t turkey the turk the turkish government early one and are clearly very worried that as this long long conflict draws to to a close the kurds will make that a permanent piece of territory which they carved out leaving a permanent threat threat as the turkey sees it to its own integrity further to that turkey's got some three and a half million million refugees from the syrian conflict and many of them are in that area it really wants to see a scenario where they could go home <hes> but the american and turkish objectives in this are directly contrary the u._s. of long seen these kurdish forces as an

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"burberry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Film. So that was for me. The Yano universe planet. A young king. His road clutches of the beach. The death of his world. A world. Be science fiction movie, space, raider. Bee's master. I love the Conan movies Burberry and fantasy stuff. Yeah. Man absolutely red Sonja. That was good. They're good fund movies that now famous you've been elevated to a place where, you know, there's a hundred million dollar budgets for it. And so, I think the age they were, you know, there's a lot of ingenuity, because they make them smaller budgets, work in, you know they had relying pretty good storytelling. You are an actor by trade by trade voice. Actor traditional actor. Do you have a preference as far as what you like to put your talents to? That's a great question. You know, it depends on the project as an Asher. You do some jobs that are awesome. And they really like, you know, and then there's some jobs are just money jobs. Tag tech was fun. I loved it because I love that movie, by the way you so much. It was great to do. I'm friends with the Jake Johnson's a really good friend of mine. So Raynham Lee ended up in this movie together, and we are all my scenes were with him. So it's one of those things like, wow, you know, you get to work with your friends. It was an absolute ball. It was so much fun. And they actually lemme improvise most of my dialogue, which was really fun. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Because they had it written, and they weren't really wild about, how was coming out. It was kind of underwritten. And so how is coming out of your mouth? They see a couple of scenes were added sort of late in rewrites. And when I was hired for the thing, the director Jeff times who also become a great friend of mine, renew I came from improv background. So he's let's get a scripted and then, you know, just go off, but stay in this kind of the world and the end up using improv so great. That's fun. I feel like I can make a little funnier, you know. So I see all these different disciplines that you are in and out of I mean there's, there's a comedic ass. Actor aspect of it. You can improvise this almost correct from wrong almost a stand up comedy aspect to it. In terms of sorry, in terms of impact, how you deliver your materials like this. Yeah, I come from, like when I moved to LA, I did stand up improv sketch, like you know, six nights a week immense in the whole comedy scene of LA more are kind of alternative comedy scene so much clubs. But, you know, I was doing shows and laundromats. So you run a brand of very good friend. I have by the name of Chris Williams. Name. Sounds very familiar to me, African American blue is very familiar to me. I'd probably, I'd probably know. Yeah, yeah. I think he's maybe done some work with you over the. Yeah. But, but I say that because it seems like that is the path you come out here. You may do stand up you. Yeah. Get seen and get her where you can't. Yeah. Exactly. He was actually practicing some of the stuff while he was selling car side done. Well, an improv helps with all. I mean, a lot of people were taking improv just to get a they're on social neurosis does help alive for anyone in any kind of career. I think Steve, let's stop there for a moment. And on the other side, let's get really into your on samba improvisational podcast voyage to the stars, which I think, is just perfect for lovers of comedy Saifi and just good audio entertainment. Steve Berg is my guest. It's the most Kelly show. KFI AM six forty now to the newsroom for.

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"burberry" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Bush my two k Burberry dress shoes from brief cream and a proactive coupon stat that hasn't even like a fun dad that was like. Definitely I don't even know why that was not created. It wasn't witty with nothing was light. But you know, my thing is this is you messed up, but God, God bless Atma's. I wish him to best. And I can't wait to give you dog today. Stop Lee bow. 'cause I mess with you yet sad. Right. Iheartradio. Are you ready to change that? Noticed. Bill. These. You sound. Away. Don't. In that bag at the Iraq. Guessing me. Nope. Is. Yes, hottest they know. Everybody knows..

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"burberry" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"For that entire year. Plus when I was working as a teacher wasn't the most responsible spenders I had debt, but it was manageable because I had a salary income. Yeah. Now, I had no income coming in and ended up happening. Was you know, it was the end of twenty eleven eighty grand in debt. I had no had no means to make an income. I had no idea how creatives made money at that point. And so my first thing I had to do is start selling everything, including the place at the sell everything moving moved back in with my parents. And then all the things that I thought I was going to miss, you know, like a year later, the, oh, I didn't even think about those things any more, right? It didn't matter if I had a Burberry scarf anymore, or you know, or even even quip, you know, there's certain equipment that I had to give up and sell that I needed for recording. And I figured out. Ways to get stuff done without it. And it was like, oh, it wasn't so bad living life without these things was really afraid the all Musa living a certain lifestyle. How can I ever go back? And I think it helped me realize what was really important and not. And now, you know, I'm very grateful that things are significantly better. And I never jumped back into that world of. All right. Let me let me get back into the nice stuff. Like, oh where my own clothes? And I just I live a pretty simple life. You mentioned depression in some of your videos. It sounds like you have experienced with that is that related to the debt issues and. It's it's related probably before when I was young much younger had gone to the doctor. And I just said, hey, I'm always tired, and my sister's like, you know, most vegetarian was like, oh people over vegetarian often have low iron, and you probably tired because of that. Dr Ransome tests, and he actually said, hey, do you know, if you have depression in your family, and I'm like, I'm not sad. And he goes depression doesn't mean you're set. And then that was the first time I got exposed to this idea. And then he put me on meds. That was an experience that happen way before any of this probably just I shoot teacher. What have you? And I think that's kind of made me realize, hey, there's a chemical element to this. Does it hereditary elements of this? I didn't I didn't do the midst for too long. I wasn't a fan of the anti-depressants. I was giving. But it was never a mood issue for me. It was more of an energy issue for me. And I think as it became more cognizant of that and try to do things accordingly. When when when things at the fan will me with this it definitely brought me to to the lowest had ever been. And I was definitely medicating Mosul. Relaxes Nyquil just doing everything to just completely feel numb until I had a moment where just like you got to sink or swim. Like, this is sink or swim. No one's going to know. What's coming to save the day?.

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Instagram Rolls Out In-App Purchases

Business Wars Daily

04:08 min | 2 years ago

Instagram Rolls Out In-App Purchases

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes. They make it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or male. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Monday, March twenty fifth Instagram is rolling out an inept purchasing feature called checkout. Once it's fully in place shoppers enticed by the latest lipstick or stickers will no longer have to click through to a brand's website. Instead, they're likely to take impulse purchasing to an exponentially greater level because they'll be able to purchase instantly right there on their social media feed. Checkout will potentially be extremely lucrative for Facebook. Instagram's owner Instagram stance to generate significant revenue through the fees. It will charge sellers to make their posts shop -able while this is big news for Facebook. It's not a sudden development Instagram has about a billion users of month and growing the majority are between ages eighteen and thirty four and they're eating up posts showing off fashion beauty and lifestyle products. Sure Instagram is known for influence. Like the Kardashians and Taylor swift who leveraged their celebrity status to get their followers to buy products. Featured in there feeds, but the AP actually already tries to streamline ecommerce by allowing brands to tag images with product information every month about one hundred thirty million users, click on those tag posts and then click through to sites outside Instagram, but many who click through to brands websites find the process cumbersome as a result. They frequently abandoned their shopping carts. The Wall Street Journal quoted Instagram's v shell Shaw on the problem and why the new checkout feature is such a natural development. According to Shaw, people were already shopping on Instagram. They were just having a hard time. Doing it initially checkout will be limited to about twenty brands including Burberry Nike and revolve. When you click on an image will be asked for your Email address, followed by order and payment information observers say this move part of a larger investment Instagram is making shopping. Is the future of Facebook. It's also a shot over the bow at Amazon currently the default option for many online shoppers, but checkout could disrupt that Amazon habit for Instagram who are already scrolling through their gorgeous feed several times a day. Why leave the feed to go search Amazon when those enticing pictures are coming straight to you after all that's a potential habit change that could leave Amazon a few slow clicks away. However, Instagram pushes ideas, at you, you turn to Amazon to search for something precise that you need. So the new rivalry may not yet pose much danger to Amazon notice I said yet. From wondering this business worse daily? Hey, if you like our show, give us a five star rating on your favorite podcast app. Would you? Thanks. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. This episode of business worse. Daily is brought to you by sin pro online from Pitney Bowes Centro online makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or male, plus you can print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with San pro software. You can compare rates between shipping carriers and gain access to special USPS savings. You can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale, but only by visiting PB dot com slash BWI daily. That's PB dot com slash BW daily.

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All eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Fold (The 3:59, Ep. 523)

The 3:59

04:37 min | 3 years ago

All eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Fold (The 3:59, Ep. 523)

"Three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Ruben. I'm Alford ING for the tenth anniversary of the galaxy s phone Samsung revealed in array of new gear at its unpack vent Wednesday. The big attention grabber was of course, the galaxy fold a foldable phone Samsung's been teasing for years. It's got a four point six inch display in the front that then folds out to a seven point three inch display. Holy smokes. It's also just under two thousand dollars. Alfred who do you think is actually going to buy this thing? I don't think anyone's really going to buy it. I don't I it looks really cool. But you know, somebody he writes I wanted to get it. If CBS was willing to pay for it. But it turns out that they are not going to get it for free. Yes. If somebody just gave it to me. Sure. I'll I'll take it and use it. But for two thousand dollars for something that's really not been proven yet. I don't know. I don't think that's really by this phone. They're going to be a bunch of leg early adopters. And is that just went to like show off at a party and Bill. Yeah, check this out that is not the majority of people like select handful, and you know, I don't think Samsung really has that kind of flex power that apple does. I think when the iphone ten came out like your phone to notch is got thousand dollar phone. I don't think Samsung has that same power for some reason. I don't know why was like oh while ago two thousand dollar phone four like definitely cooler features definitely more useful than like a notch. But you know, that level of flexing and luxury like early adoption. Kind of thing. I don't think that Samsung has that kind of power. It's a very good point that you mentioned apple has been pushing the that whole luxury brand stuff. Yeah. A very long time. They even brought in Burberry's former CEO to run its retail rations they for their retail shops. I remember I covered one. I think in the upper east side that was like a former Bank that was like, you know, tried to really make things look very luxurious. And they're like, hey, give us all your money. You're going to be one of the rich kids thing about how quickly like air pods became a giant flex, right? Like that was something only. Rich people have air pods, which I will admit on this podcast. We made fun of allied. What like galaxy buds like cost about the same price as airports? I guarantee you. They will not have that same reputation of being Affleck's in the same way that I don't think the fold will be like a flex device. I have a hard time agreeing with you on the fold just because it's that much more expensive, and it's so much more noticeable as a thing the non. Yeah, it's noticeable. But it's not as noticeable as you take out your phone, and then folding it out and being like, yo check this out. This is amazing. I also appreciate you using the word flex allot, which I totally get 'cause I'm a young person though, there's that we don't have that much time on the show come on. All right. Taxed Samsung revealed four new galaxy S ten phones yesterday, the ten the ten plus the cheaper s ten e and the ten five G, which is a brand I five G phone. Let me run through some of the specs ultrasonic in screen fingerprint sensor. There's a whole punch instead of a notch on the side, which I guess is cool. I don't know what you think about that. I appreciate hope hunch thing it's a much better design than having that notch. Just because it feels much less intrusive. Yes. Big fan of the aquasonic fingerprint reader. I'm glad that you can have the full screen now on fortunately for the ten eversion defender print readers on the power button. Really? Yeah. It's not in the screen. I I guess because it's like two hundred dollars. Exactly, also, they keep the headphone Jack. I throw that. Yes. Very important reason why I am looking for ten now as opposed to like a pixel three or anything like that. Also, they talked up their cameras a lot it looks like they're, you know, trying to catch up with the iphone ten. Our tennis also the pixel threes camera. They finally started talking about a lot of the software features that they're building into. But also would are they got like three cameras on the back yet to four. I think the plus has four I believe awhile. So the three cameras on the back, though, one is like ultra-wide one is like a macro like zooming and one's like a normal camera. Also, there's like some Instagram feature now with yes, yes. So they talked a lot about the camera which to me feels like this is what they do oppressive. And now they're like yo check out this camera. It's incredible. Let's flex I use that. Right. Yeah. Again, we don't have any time left on the okay fine. Whatever if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on scene. Adam Ben, FOX Rueben, I'm outfitting. Thanks for listening.

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"burberry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Governor Newsom who's traveled to the south to talk about the housing crisis in the state Newsom met with more than forty mayors yesterday Long Beach. He says he's committed to supportive housing, but says people are not transitioning to more permanent housing. And so the key on the other end is to make sure we have an affordable units, which substantively is an issue. Brought it in this development, and is a broader policy issue that connects me to the wind hearing says more supplies needed to meet the demand. The state recently sued the city of Huntington beach for allegedly blocking the production of affordable housing. The state senates considering a Bill to ban travelling circuses from using wilder exotic animals, San Diego democrat when way so says it would enact a regulation statewide that already exists in several cities. It's a tool to help and the cruelty in a circus or circus like environment where animals are being forced to perform things that are not natural. To their regular behavior. Wasilla says the Bill cosponsored by Pete and social compassionate legislation would likely force travelling circuses to change policy nationally, a Bill in Sacramento looks to ditch speed limits on a couple of highways in the state. It's the idea of state Senator John Morlock, Alex stone says the ideas to open up certain lanes along interstate five and the ninety nine in central California drivers could go as fast as they want. A new lanes would be built he argues not sitting in traffic would cut down on greenhouse gas. Bill says the lanes would also be an alternative to high speed rail. A judge in Chicago has ruled a lawsuit to stop construction of the Obama presidential center in the city a can move forward. The lawsuit was filed by environmentalists who called the project on institutional bayton switch. They say the center is not the same as a presidential library and should not be granted access to public land plan is to build the center on more than one thousand acres of park beside Lake Michigan on Chicago's southside, President Trump says a news report that he asked his attorney general to put a supporter in charge of the investigation of former lawyer Michael Cohen. Is not true. Gave you that? Just more faked is a lot of fake fake news out there. New York Times says the president asked then acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker, if the US attorney Trump appointed cou could oversee the investigation after that prosecutor del already recused himself. Trump praised Whitaker yesterday. Calling him a straight shooter in a very fine man, a newspaper editor in Alabama's called for the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, good low Sutton wrote an editorial for the democrat reporter newspaper saying the clan needs to night ride against politicians trying to raise taxes in Alabama Sutton, also says the white supremacist hate groups should head to Washington DC and invited people to call right or boycott, the paper if they didn't like what he had to say fashion label Burberry has apologized for dressing a model in a hoodie that featured a rope tied into a noose. This white shirt was displayed Sunday during London's fashion week backlash on social media was started by one of Burberry's own models. Who said she was triggered by the sweatshirt and said suicide is not fashion. Other critics said the news reminded them of racist. Lynchings Burberry says the hoodies design was inspired on nautical.

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Burberry Apologizes for Featuring Sweatshirt With Noose at London Fashion Week

Mark Levin

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Burberry Apologizes for Featuring Sweatshirt With Noose at London Fashion Week

"News an apology from another luxury fashion brand over an outfit worn during London fashion week Burberry saying it sorry after putting a hoodie with strings tied in the shape of a noose on the runway. And happened Sunday after model a model hired for the show, but not to wear that outfit complained. Liz Kennedy wrote an Instagram the strings evoked, both lynchings and suicide Burberry CEO, Mark Ogle, Betty said the look was intended to reflect a nautical theme. The company's creative director also apologize Betty said he called Kennedy to apologize soon. As he became aware for concerns on Monday. Kennedy said they should've

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"burberry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg radio. Jason is roughly around this time yesterday that we headline crossing the Bloomberg terminal that a new retail chief at apple it's third and seven years after Angelina errands. Now's the planning to leave the company a little bit of a surprise. Perhaps. Mark Herman is our apple guru. He's our technology reporter at Bloomberg news. He joins us on the phone from LA. Well, maybe surprise to me. Maybe no surprise to you. But this is an individual. Let's let's start there. Mark Angela errands was really closely identified with apple when they hired her from burglary in twenty thirteen for started in twenty fourteen. She immediately became one of the most powerful women in the technology world becoming basically in charge of apple retail, which has seventy thousand employees generates billions of dollars a quarter. So it was a very important. One of the most flashy at high profile hires just based coming from Burberry. Apple typically would hire insiders. This was a big outside higher for big new role. Right. And as you say, you know, so front facing that business. I think so many of us think about especially those of us who live and. Work and visit big cities these are such iconic buildings locations, your weather in New York or London or LA or anywhere else. There are beautiful and the whole experience, you know, what when I had to get something from go to the one Grand Central, and it is always just crawling with people, and you really see the devotion that people have to apple and part of it is that very high touch very high end experience. So what gives with this transition? What do we expect to see what may be different now? Deirdre O'Brien ads this to her portfolio. Mark the truth of the matter. Is that right? Apple has done. A good job elevating the stores to be more of a luxury environment. I think it's safe to say that some of their product some of the strategies they've tried have really been applicable to the high end of the market these over dollar phones, they tried to ten thousand dollars seventeen thousand dollar watches. But now we see a sales for we see the high pricing isn't really resonating with consumers. Yeah. Especially in China, even Tim cook. On the recent coal called out China reduction in foot traffic to their source one of the problems leading to their sales slowdown. So I think we need to see here is apple sort of shifting back to being more mass market product. And they really need to do that and accelerate that so how do they do boost earnings again, Mark how do they do that? Does that mean the retail experience that we all know all come to know will change at apple or will they have maybe a second retail experience. How do you think they'll do it? So one thing we've seen lately is apple being very anti discount. Very anti door. Busters. But in recent weeks didn't playing up to discounts to the iphones the trade in promotions. So I think we're gonna see a lot more of that. And I think that's something that really didn't show with Angela. I'm not saying she left because of it or that really played a role into it. But I can tell you, you know, her experience in the fashion world is pretty much directly at odds with having these big banners and easels across sores really putting in these discounts across the locations until endeared your Brian. This is fascinating to me because you have someone who has worked at apple since the nineteen eighties. I believe keep me honest there and also runs HR. And I can't think of another company where the head of HR is also the head of retail. So was that about right? It's an odd move. It seems like a lot for one person's play. But what Tim cook is is banking on at least for for. Now. They said this is more of a permanent role. They didn't give any indicate. This was interim. She's the right person to it because he's been a part of apple for so long. And one thing that I will say the Detroit O'Brien is a, you know, there's some stuff you could say about apple there's things you can call them out on. There's certainly negatives there. They may have botched it with the iphone pricing recently. But there's also a few things or not if she thinks there's a lot of things that they do extremely well in one of those is the operations of product and getting the right products out to the right places and O'Brien really has been at the core of that for a long time as previous HR, she was VP of sales and operations. So there's probably not many people on the planet better than her. You know at this point. It seems like she's second to none in that regard. And that's what they really need to do to turn this thing around and presumed perspective and presumably Mark, she's got a very tight and close relationship with Tim cut cheese. One of ten cooks closest confidants at the company and has been since he's been there in the ninety s I do wonder too wasn't at one point. And keep me honest here. Mark was Angela errands at one point being considered to be someone who might take over for Tim cook. Basically, there was a lot of speculation from investors apple watchers that she could be a potential six the successor to Tim cook. But I think that was primarily based on two factors one. You know, she was singer very high profile and the other given she had previously yo experience running the company's biggest Burberry previous apple what about dude your O'Brien. Like is this somebody? I mean is Tim cook. At all is apple at all thinking about succession at this point. He's what he was interim CEO, and then, of course, and CEO, and then of course, took over, but he's been in this position for what seven eight nine years now. Right. I mean thinking about it planning for it. I mean, it's the biggest company in the world. That's very responsible to have a succession plan in place. But I don't think he's going anywhere soon. He signed through twenty twenty one. Okay. So I don't think that's really sad. It's like about until then unless something catastrophic happens between now, and then and to be clear, I don't consider these the sales slowdown point to be catastrophic. We'll see in a quarter of though, he's only fifty eight years old. He's a young and Mark Gherman? He's also a young. And what a scoop machine he is talking to about all things, apple Mark. Thank you so much for bringing us. These insight. Always learns have good stuff from you. So that's gonna just about do it for us here on a Wednesday more to come this week as you mentioned we have of Sonos joining us tomorrow. So down about seven percent. The after hours falling earnings. Yeah. Lots to a lot of questions around. What comes next for that company looking forward to that conversation? And I gotta say we'll talk more about it. Tomorrow and Friday, really really good edition of Bloomberg BusinessWeek this week, both the international cover and the US cover we've gotten a chance to talk to both of those authors. Austin Carr was with us today. Eric Schadt Skar earlier in the week. We've got longer conversations with both of them on our weekend show, both of those stories, you just gotta read them. Well, what's interesting with all of the ongoing back and forth between China and the United States and kind of tech wars if you will who's gonna be leading. In the future. It's fascinating about piracy and intellectual property here. You have some really deep dives into two companies. We're talking about why way, and.

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Google Assistant is making a run for Alexa (The 3:59, Ep. 516)

The 3:59

05:18 min | 3 years ago

Google Assistant is making a run for Alexa (The 3:59, Ep. 516)

"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX ribbon. Joni thousand Google is trying to use its massive brain power to outsmart Amazon's Alexa, our own rich. The wrote a story today about the search giant using machine learning artificial intelligence to create new features for its assistant that are tough to match some of these are interpreter mode, which speaks twenty seven different languages. There's also duplex which is that robocaller that mimics like if you had a secretary that was calling to schedule a hairport -ment or get a restaurant reservation. So a question you, though, is this something that you think people are going to want out of their assistance in the first place. Well, one of the things that I think people want is. More natural conversation with assistance, not having to feel like you have to say, hey, Google play me this song on this album from this artist. It feels like you're talking in code basic does. And so I think people as as it seems like people are welcoming more voice assistance into their lives. I think that the work that we will says it wants to do on making the con- making the conversations conversational. Yeah. And so this executive that rich talked to said that they're hoping to get the basics of natural human conversation down Pat in five years, right? A little skeptical about that. I think that's actually a much much harder problem to solve even for Google by. I think they'll get a hell of a lot closer to it in five years. The other thing that I want to mention about this because I cover Amazon is a company don't can Amazon out there. They've hired like something like ten thousand people for their Alexa team Rio. They they see this. Huge opportunity for them. They're not just building the hardware. They're really trying to push this as much as possible because they see voice computing as a really big opportunity on as making push into it. But where do you think will does have the advantage? I think rich had it right where Google currently has the advantage when you talk about machine learning artificial intelligence their ability to do translation, I also think that Google in general is just much much better at actually understanding what it is that you say like us both and Google typically just gets it. Right. More often. I don't know it'll be an interesting battle. And we'll keep writing about it either way next up podcasts. So hot right now. Spotify. Spotify announced bought to podcasts companies Gimblett an anchor can't say that I actually heard of anchor, but Gimblett to me that sounds like a pretty big deal. I mean, like, that's that's a rather significant podcasting company. Right, right. Yeah. So this is something that Spotify has been messaging that they would be doing that. They're really interested in non music, audio entertainment. And so it's not a surprise that. They would be going after podcast they've been talking about how much they're interested in that kind of thing. But I think it is surprising how much Spotify thinks the market for podcasts really arts still sort of a knee ship thing in not in terms of listening, but in terms of making money off, right? And that's something that spot if I really need to do music streaming doesn't make a lot of money. Most music streaming companies are not profitable, including Spotify. If you look at their total like year rather than just looking single quarter. But yeah, they wanna spend up to half a billion dollars on acquisitions year, and this is a big chunk out. Yeah. How do you think this helps them against apple music? Well, apple in terms of itunes is obviously like the defacto place that people get their podcasts already. So while Spotify is still ahead of the game ahead in the game against apple music in terms of the number of people that are using it and the number of people that are subscribing to it podcasting is an area where it's definitely apples turf. So if Spotify wants to sort of change the equation about how we find podcasts how people post podcasts and where you're listening to your podcasts. Then apples the one that they're still going to be batting up against bright being said, they're not gonna like pull Gimblett podcasts off of I tunes. Right. Like that would be crazy nuclear option. Yeah. That'd be a great question. I mean, you could say that if they were to do that it wouldn't be it wouldn't be like they'd be putting it behind a paywall because Spotify obviously has the free tier two. Listen to anything with ads, and that's not going to be going away anytime soon. And so it would be I guess it just depends on how disruptive they wanna be to dedicated podcast listeners and people have sort of their ingrained ways of doing things, even if it's not necessarily a loyalty to apple like, I gotta listen to this is where I got it. Yeah. It's it's at least a very grain behavior. So it would be interesting to see if they do pull up. I'd be surprised if they do just because it would be so destructive to this core audience of podcast listeners. But we'll see last Angela aren't errands. I think Aaron Jila errant here anymore. Pun still works. Yes. Apple's retail chief and former Burberry CEO is leaving an April apple said she's heading out for quote, new personal and professional pursuits either way, we're out of time. So if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on seen it. I'm Ben facs Rueben Joni thousand thanks for listening.

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Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts to depart in April

MacBreak Weekly

03:08 min | 3 years ago

Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts to depart in April

"Raking ngelo errands? The EPA retail chief is leaving. Clearly, I misunderstood the I misunderstood the import of that press release. They've got a new executive in charge of retail and people right years O'Brien. But I didn't understand. She was home. My goodness replacing Angela RN's. Yeah. That is a big deal. Five years. Angela Aaron's has been a at apple retail just long enough after about a CEO of Burberry. But but she's leaving. And they have a new was it was only in October that Angela errands appeared on stage in a fine Burberry co you know, she has been the best dressed prison on stage at apple events, and I will miss that. Because has to be silent. Right. Yeah. I I don't know what it'd be wonderful. If like best part of her tenure took spot herself to like dress, the other people on stage by saying, you know, maybe you could like, I don't know. You're the CEO of a big company distrust up a little bit journal. Brian is is an in house promotion, she's been an apple. Thirty years and was the head of what they call people, which is because it was. Yeah. It was personnel than it was HR. Now, it's people but that also includes things like apple university. And of course, the it seems weird. It is also true though, that the vast majority of apples employees are retail employees. So you know, they do have to wonder if this is a temporary appointment until they can find somebody with the kind of retail. You know, they had a very bad experience prior to Angela irons with Tom Johnson who came from JC Penney. He wasn't a good match or. Ron Johnson Ron jars didn't he was good. It was the guy from the reseller in the UK is a Dixon's that guy was a disaster bad fit. Didn't he was out of there? And then they went to Angela errands who gave a CEO job. It was always kind of a fascinating choice. Right. She gave up job CEO a burglary. She got paid a lot more in order to come apple. Yeah. But still you're going from from being a CEO to not running the show from nobody. That's big big fish little bond versus little vision. Really big bond. Well, we'll see where she goes next. Right. But I think maybe maybe she said I'll give you five years. Maybe that was says his personal and professional reasons. Tim cook said I wanna thank Angela for inspiring and energizing our teams over the past five years. She's been a positive transformative force for both apple stores in the communities. They serve we wish you the very best as she begins. A new chapter Aaron said the last five years have been the most stimulating challenging fulfilling of my career through the team's collective efforts retail has never been stronger. I would agree or clean up the mess. Yeah. That was and I I you feel like the retail is been under her guidance has been hitting on also under is I mean, they they really I mean, the stores get more and more interesting. And they you know, it's it's a better experience. I think she's done a good job. Absolutely. And I do wonder what's next for Angela Aaron's? But that's. Breaking news just came in apple press. Release errands is leaving in April just a few months from now after five years at apple

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"burberry" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Bigmouth

"What will everyone be wearing once back in eighty style poverty? Well, I mean, if it's proper eighty style, poverty, I hope to see the return of national coal board donkey jacket for them. Floro bit book. A so far what I'm seeing is these enormous agree trainers which have been around for probably about a year or so now, then if you'd noticed them they'll like hovercrafts. Fifty just. Yeah. Bill NCO do them on also. They base this which I am annoyed about because I wanted to do but self the routine of the Burberry scarf Burberry is everywhere at the moment. Have you seen this? I didn't know that. There was a point at which L bruises. We're going to record a sung-chol Babri burqa on that. What's that? That's good. Then at Brookside chic coming back on the ground. You know that kind of thing Terry you. was like king of the school scowls was names co poll or Shia and he was a big face at Liverpool. Matches was me would go to eat wear. What we call lots of Tom. Tell them around. Yeah. He was like kings of the scowls thing powering. Yeah. We'll see. Right. We have a slightly more retro edition big mouth this week. Remember excite that bras documentary, surely all seen it probably about a million times contemporary, spinal tap agonizing accidental self satire poignant, masterpiece or half. The brought gospel brothers actually faked us out by knowingly creating something that's got everyone talking about bras for the first time in thirty years. Plus, the fall again of H, M V, what's worse. Journalists coughing demise of mainstream record shops man, don't sell artisan, tote, bags of us for bemoaning, dispense, a physical retail that we don't actually use and in sobering news for rave darts. It's thirty years. It's new orders. Fluorescent classic technique. I'm sure that Antony Ralph and Andrew will have nothing to say about all these things after quick message from Andrew new year. You you the best way to like the way. You look look the way you like is too big mouth on patriot in the crowd funding platform. Why don't take that five a month that you'd otherwise spend in the pub and pledged to us to help.

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"burberry" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Bigmouth

"We're back in eighty style poverty. Well, I mean, if it's proper eighty style policy, I hope to see the return of national coal board. Don't jackie. The them. Bit. A so far what I'm seeing is. These enormous degree trains which have been around for probably about a year or so now than if you've noticed them like hovercrafts, fifty just yeah. Do them on also. They. Base this which I am annoyed about because I wanted to do the return of the Burberry scarf Burberry is everywhere. The moment have you seen this? I didn't know that. There was a point at which Elbruz we're going to record a sung-chol Bevery burqa on any. Relation. Oh, that's good. Then Brookside chic coming back. Go on background. You know that kind of thing. Terry, don't you? Don't you? Was like king of the school. Scowls wasn't his cO poll or Shia and he was a big face outlive. Appeal matches wasn't he would go to eat wear will be lots of Tom. Tell me round the any. Yeah. He was like kings of the scowls by varying. Yeah. We'll see right. We have a slightly more retro edition of big mouth this week. Remember excite that brought documentary surely all seen it probably about a million times contemporary, spinal tap, agonizing accidental self poignant, masterpiece all half the bras gospel brothers, actually faked us out by knowingly creating something that's got everyone talking about bras for the first time in.

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"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"And it's the hardest decision for brands and designers to make is to say like, you know, what leave it is. It's really hard. And even the things that you think have stayed like they are there's a famous compare and contrast of the Coca Cola logo to the ten different treatments that Pepsi has used over the time that it's existed. They're all totally different. It's a little misleading. The coke logo has actually been slightly tweet over time like keep it just slightly brush, but it's done so subtly that they're not gonna put out a press release or anything they can't make it a branding event. And that's, but that's a that's a really hard decision because it's it's kinda easy to make a change. It's sort of miss that the changes so hard, you know, it gives you some exciting thing that the Burberry thing coincided with their most recent runway show, so it was part of the event. So it's hard to stand Pat. But sometimes it really pays off you can really own a look in a way that's just impossible to recreate overnight. You've described it in your pace as we'll suddenly as Burberry's Lagos far as that one goes that it's not very. Different from those of other fashion brands, but that's also by design as you put it. So we really looking at here not so much that a Sunsari fund is in fashion. But that maybe not standing out is currently in fashion, and the concept of what a what it means to have a brand, and what it means to be individual might be going through some sort of evolution of its own. Yeah. I think so I should record. Peter Saville redesign of the Berber thing, I know would strongly disagree with assessment that they're all kind of fit in. And it's not about standing out. I mean, he sees it as being very distinct, and and you know, technically, they're not using they're not just using off the shelf type they resemble things got them. But they're they are customer victim trademarked. And I think that his point of view had less to do with how it's responded, the market more competitors and more to do with how it's responded to the idea of what Burberry is and what bird? Wants to be interesting comparison to the Range Rover logo which like SIS simultaneous luxury in utility connotation. So he's looking at references completely outside of the the luxury fashion context. So I think that there's a lot of truth to what you're saying. But also in any given case, there's always the individual's situation in what the what the immediate influences are can convey a lot now that you've been through no doubt, a lot of branding redesigns. And and studied a lot of different typography in different markets. What's your final analysis of some of the companies that you have cited in your pace? We know we just discussed Burberry. But of course, Ramallah is also mentioned here saying the Ron and Diane von Furstenberg. How do you see them fitting in to the markets that they're in right now? Do you think that the simplification of the typography around those brands is actually working for them? Now. Well, I mean, kind of what I was saying earlier that I sort of wonder if five years from now a lot of the market and look up and say, this is a problem like we all look alike. I think that that's an issue that would give me a lot of pause. If I were directly involved in these things, I started to mentioned earlier, I saw an example today of PayLess discount shoe store, of course, he super cheap shoes. Right..

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"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"burberry" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"The store fronts of the household name fashion brands, and we're not just talking about the window displays but of late a spate of luxury brands have been tinkering with that typefaces at a remarkable rate Yves Saint Laurent, Diane von Furstenberg and Burberry have all opted for refreshed. Some serif looks a marked difference from the kinda graphic logos of the past. So if fashion is all about individuality why so many leading names now traveling in the same design direction. That's a question. We put to journalist and Bloomberg BusinessWeek contributor robo Walker. Rub spoke to Monaco's Ben Ryland remember him and started by explaining why in a world where brands are trying to stand out there. Logos will becoming little samey brand spin, you know, half their time trying to stand out. But also if you think about half the time trying to fit in and not look dated or left behind or just. Hitting the wrong note. You know what I mean? And there's a funny example that I just read today of how you know, this the question that you're asking like how we've ended up at this thing where so many of the typography decisions that luxury brands have made seem to fall somewhere in the general round of Gotham, which is just for lay reader like kind of all capital sharp edged letters very stark, no Saraf, bold. And this is talk in particular about one of the exams uses Burberry, which moved away from sort of Bodine font, which had a lot of delicate angles and Sarath and sort of thick thin looks like something sort of classic carved into the side of a building or something like that. But, you know, look great in a way, but it was kind of so used as as an example of like kind of starting to look maybe a little a little yesterday a little lake not luxury brand, but luxury brand of the past. So they made this move to you know, San Sarah fold gossip. But as we show in the piece looks kinda like a lot of other things, I think it Dr designers crazy because they feel like whoever everyone's just falling in line. But you know, you're trying to communicate with the consumer as well as the designer you want it to feel right? And there's been this gradual move to what I mean, you can never really explain these things. But I think there's been a combination of the boulder type works better on screens than the delicate type, and that's really important now, especially small screens. And then secondarily, I think that there is a move away. From like, there's something about these boulder type treatments that suggests kind of usefulness utility. It's not just that it's fancy it's that it's really solid in really good. Will it is a bit of a delicate tightrope walk isn't it between this idea of timeless design that will take you through? But then also wanting to remain. Main on trend, and in fashion, and as though you I head of the pack when it comes to what is invoked any particular time, but how to use the contrast between companies that have stuck at a particular. Look, I'm thinking of something like paramount Paramount Pictures, which of course, Eason a fashion company at all. But when you it's branding. You can see that it has remained pretty much the same since the studio was created way back in the nineteen twenties, a suppose my question is is there value to be had in remaining with the same look and feel because for a company like paramount. They do own that look and feel of their to progra few now to the point where if you see anything written in that same style, you'll probably think of that company straight away. That's a good position to being for a brand isn't known. Yes, it is. Absolutely..

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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn Exit ‘Project Runway,’ Team Up for Fashion Reality Series at Amazon

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn Exit ‘Project Runway,’ Team Up for Fashion Reality Series at Amazon

"Meanwhile, there's another new project that we should just mention because you know, we've all watched Heidi Klum Tim Gunn on project runway. Yes. So long. After sixteen seasons. Yes. And what's interesting is what is Heidi say wine. Oof. He says after serving incredible season project runway. Yes. A show. I was honored to host and help create. I'm incredibly proud of the shoulder. We'll always have a special place in my heart so excited that Tim Gunn, and I are partnering with Amazon for a new show. They are making the leap to Amazon studios that we don't really understand what it's going to be. It says they're creating a fashion reality series series that they will develop produce and host. And this is what I mean. Well, project one runway is going back to Bravo in twenty nine thousand nine interest. Yeah, I thought it was interesting. Also that their contracts didn't prevent them from jumping from project runway right to another fashion reality, obviously, it's not going to be the same kind. Maybe that's how they get. But tell me what you think this means because it's at Amazon did not release many details, but according to a press release obtained by the Los Angeles Times the new show. Oh will feature a Chappel experience for viewers. What does that mean that they're trying to make it interactive that they want that the whole show is going to be kind of like a commercially? They'll have things in the show that you'll be able to literally order online. That's smart if that probably air on I bet you they'll use streaming on Amazon is going to be available in two hundred countries. That is super smart. That's a lot of countries

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