24 Burst results for "CIC"
"cic" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
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"cic" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast
"Folks not today you know why crusade channel is here and why are we must have our independence why we cannot be in league with and cannot be reliant upon any of the forces of corona doom big tech. And what have you here. As if biden full regime leader biden follows through on his threat last night. He's basically declared the babylon big joke about. It's i don't think it's a joke. He basically declared civil war by using the term and he says. I'm gonna do this way. Am i stood in front of all. These seventy governors won't do it good for everyone. I will use my authority and move them out of the way his words. I will use my authority and move.
How to Make Enterprise AI Projects More Predictable
"So pinocchio i know. Our overall theme for today is going to be around How to make. Ai related projects a little bit more predictable a bit more like engineering projects software development by itself all already has high risk for projects in terms of estimating timelines etc. Why is that even so much higher when it comes to a head you like to think about that. This is a complicated topic especially because deers to software purchasing a sense. So it's inherits all of those issues but even on top of those. We might have racial there in. There are not only for the komo's it's harder for Projects but there are some that are special to it so it's just a little softer projects with a bit more. We'll calls a bit more troubles. Yeah i like the term inherit. They inherit the problems have normal software development but also have their own their own things. What are those. What are the ingredients here of these new unique layers of complexity. Yeah so let's talk about a few of the common wants so let's say that you for trying to find out a very good software developer and market that that's hard but we have much more softer developers out there. Then we have like data scientists just because of that is already much easier to find a suffer developer. Dan data scientists so saint problems but harder for a project for infrastructure. For instance you might have your cic deep applies you might have a task everything else in place for software but then you have the machine learned models that you have to have the same stuff when we talk about so again same problem but with a plus and then there's a lot of other things related to business goals technical goals and metrics so hard to to do it own on software generally so seventy percent of the software products might fail and i don't have a very good number i it. It feels bigger. One of the reasons in this common area is that we might have does misconception. That is a magical blackbox.
Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Opens up to Anyone Age 16 and Older
"Ya stadium. Cic hell in the commonwealth of massachusetts. We thank you for your part in making a stand against that. Is the announcement playing outside. Gillette stadium today. Gillette is a mass vaccination site and today. Vaccinations opened to all massachusetts residents aged. Sixteen and older. It is the start of our third and final vaccination
Building Products with Keith Pitt of Buildkite
"If you were to evaluate the landscape and let's say you. Let's say bill didn't exist today and you were to look at the available tooling out there and maybe find that there are some other self hosted kinds of things and would that have deterred you you know. Just kind of trying to rewind back if you had found something kind of filled that that need for you would you have gone and built something yourself or was that really the the critical kind of crux of the matter. That didn't exist yet and you wanted to. I think if i'd found what i was looking for the time i probably built it I just felt compelled for this thing to exist because my problem. The problem wasn't solved. If someone had sold to. Or any for me. I would have been great. I would have been very very happy and over the moon 'cause i'm way more about the problem being solved in solving the problem myself And so yeah. I think that if if the tool head existent of her would have used it already. But it didn't so i just felt like the need to build it so that's the story it it it was this. This need that you had and you were able to recognize that you're able to see clearly can of what you wanted to do. You saw the other competing or not even competing but can of the pieces of the puzzle. The different pieces of the puzzle One did one thing you liked another did another thing you liked but they didn't you know none of them did everything that you needed them to do. It wasn't necessarily. I'm going to put words in your mouth wasn't necessarily because it was a novel idea was because it was a mix of multiple ideas that had already been executed on just not together. Would that would that. Is that true. Yes that's right. I wasn't i took the best of both worlds sir Felicitous that may not know much about cic d- There are two different sort of flavors of cic d. The flesh flava is the self hosted option. And that's you run the tests yourself on sevens that you control and then you run the plane yourself as well And that's going to be done in in if you have a distributed team where the needs to access the tool from harm A lot of these tools aren't really that great of being run on open internet so a lot of sort of kept within. Vpn's or hidden inside offices that's the self hosted option. The other option is the hoisted cic de tolls Your circles you travis's and and those tools you handle that. Will you occurred to them and they manage the orchestration plane and the running tests yourself. The problem with that is twofold but the host options are two major problems. The first problem is you have to you. Have to handle a all of your employees if you want to do continuous deployment which i'm a big fan of Yet the beautifully keys to potty which for some organizations is inaugur the second problem is those tools ernie go so fast if you go to their pricing page. We'll see the slider that earning goes so far out of the rut and you can integrate lost without there. Being a big sign that says contact us to go foster And i didn't want any of those. I didn't accept the cons of the hosted option. It didn't accept the cons of the self hosted option. And so i was thinking to myself. Surely there is some middle ground And so i sort of set out to kind of cherry. Pick the best of both worlds sort of crepe credit mashup of what i thought would be the perfect tool and that's kind of how do was born and i wanted. I wanted to zero in on this idea. Because i think it's important to recognize especially for engineers who are kind of thinking. Oh i have this idea. And it doesn't exist but people can do it themselves if they go and you know mix x and y these two existing things out there A lot of these ideas that tend to be A kind of remixes of multiple other ideas together or you know taking one thing. The best of both worlds like you said. The new product is multiplicative in value. rather than additive. Right in other words somebody could probably go and run. You know two different things to get this same values but when you put them together. It changes the landscape. It's not the same thing is just running those two things back to back. It's changing Kind of the fundamental shape of that product in so it's important to recognize that because critic most critically i think a lot of people who are thinking about starting a business or they're you know they're they're thinking. Hey you know. I'm i'm might do the side thing. I might build a product on the side. I think a lot of them are thinking. Oh i have to come up with a truly new completely novel idea. or outs. Nobody's going to want it right. There can't be at shadow of this idea on the market. Otherwise you know it's it's already saturated every ideas already taken. And i have to come up with something totally new for to be successful and it couldn't be further from the truth. Yeah that's exactly right. There's no such really. there's no such thing as a new idea I think south park said it really. Well they have this episode of the simpsons already did it and there's a recurring joke where they have these themes or plots within the episode. But simpson's already done that particular plot. It's the same product as well. If you look at the big ones rubio burs taxis But they sort of took it and did a mash up and made it better airbnb. Her tells But they've taken it mashed up and made something new. See i city. I didn't invent the i. C d i didn't invent it at all. I just took the best of a bunch of really good ideas and put them together to create something new a new product. And i think that's kind of what a lotta the tools these days. I just improvements of existing ideas.
Cloud security best practices and tips
"I WanNa talk today in our pre show discussion you said that you're interested in talking about the strengths and pitfalls of cloud security practices. And what can be done to protect business across multiple platforms so we've had a couple of club professionals on in the past and the show and I wanted to talk about your current work around security. So what are some of the top issues around cloud security that you don't think are being taken seriously enough at the moment? Yeah I. think There's A. There's an interesting problem which is you know this pithy saying that while cloud is just your stuff running on somebody else's compute right and it's like well, and then then you get this, you get, you get this concept of the shared responsibility model thrown at you. It's like well, the cloud provider will handle their part and then I'll give you kind of. Controls to handle your part. At and so he you know intrinsically feels a lot like that's just like my on Prem staff where some infrastructure team does with the infrastructure on ideal with with things in my environment the problem is that it is actually quite dissimilar in a number of different ways. If. You think about uncrowned infrastructure has been pretty stable for a pretty long period of time there isn't there isn't. Every six months, the entire technology portfolio, dozen turnover, right and. Services get rolled out a new concept enrolled out in it in the cloud. If you think about aws if you think about Azure, if you think about TCP there cannot going toe to toe with each other trying to create these new services also daily basis it's all CIC de- deployed immediately. You don't have. You don't have any notion of a stable set of infrastructure that where did you can choose to remain on for like six months or a year? And then on top of that, these entire ecosystems are pretty damn complex at this point like if you if you look at. Identity in the cloud if you look at what you have to get right in the cloud if you look at You Know How you do entitlement and other kinds of things and understanding the interconnects under the cloud. We have gone it took US fifteen years of going through Microsoft. Windows. Ecosystems to finally understand all the underpinnings hot as how do you feel credentials? Have you how do you do all these things? That understanding just doesn't exist in the cloud, and so you have a complex fast-moving ecosystem. Right. You have attackers who simply have to get you know attack template right once it's entirely reusable. Me Think about the capital one attack last August that was. In the news it was an attack on Capitol one it was an attack, it was an aws template attack. Affected one hundred companies of which capital one just happen to be one of the hundred companies right and so the notion of once you find a key his applicable to. Blast radius. Is. Pretty. Across the customers And and given the complexity systems complex is always in the disadvantage of the right because you can't get your head wrapped around exactly what all the inter-plays are, what your tax services are. Yes. Yeah. Trying to attacker just has to find one way to run a gauntlet that we'll get through even twenty percent of their customers because of our. Defenses. So I think this is the problem is, is that you have very complex systems and we're still in the early stages of China deal with coming up with preventive technologies like if you think about holid- posture, management, security posture management's this is all about like sitting your preventive. Like Basically in in the realm of building national lines right and. On the on side, we've already shifted over the past five or six years towards detection response in as an adjunct to prevention, and yet we're just beginning to build the prevention building blocks. This is. I think the issue. Okay. Yeah. So yeah. So what what is your ideal business protection scenario across you know cloud platforms and stuff if you could wave the magic wand what what does this whole endeavor looks like in terms of? Yeah say. There are few things that he'd definitely kind of want to do. You WanNa limit the number of cloud platforms you expose yourself. I. Think There's a business side that says, Hey. You know if he build stuff so we can be on GDP azure and aws than wherever else ride them we have a lot of. Negotiating leverage in negotiating with those various providers as are all bills. Walk we go. Hey, you know. If you're not going to give me a good deal go over here in run more of my workloads over here. The problem is that that that? Each of these cloud platforms has unique attack surface. right, and so the more of them you expose yourself to the harder you make it to collectively wrap your head around. Around these systems and so I'd have a lot of people are trying to do is really wrap their workloads. With, a protective rapper and say, well, you know this can run any kind of hostile environment. I have my productive wrap around that. Turns out not to be quite true because if you get something, I mean if you root Kevin Thank. You Root Kit at the PC you can be as secure as you think, right if somebody's busy sitting. Controlling your entire University of your perception of Reality Yeah doesn't work so. Few. Try. And and if you need, you need leverage from a business perspective, you know get onto to cloud platforms. Don't allow every part of the business, pick its own thing, and then just end up having to support it in the guise of business agility. So trying standardized trying to of bring it down by bring it down to a set of services that you use. On the SAS side. which is the other kind of cloud trend I ride as obviously you know running your own applications in the cloud versus just. Going to vendor having them run the obligation for you definitely focus on things like soft compliance focused on the manageability. And the audit trail supply because you'd be surprised, you look at different collaboration software that's in the cloud and the difference between integrate enterprise grade and not enterprise bray is finally comes down to okay. Are there good audit trails? Do they arrive at a reasonable time period or does does he sa say well, within twenty four hours we'll know something we'll let you know if something goes wrong. Do you have the kind of find main controls where you can express all you want? So I think those are the two things you look at the adoption of cloud and ultimately. Basically comes down to where's your data. Think about the data and think about the access method that data? Everything else is. Secondary and tertiary. So focused yourself around the data and how it is accessed, who you wanNA give access to. As you're thinking about cloud winnow down the track of things that you're using because. Each, thing is a snowflake and brings its own unique attack surface
"cic" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"On the innovations and new discoveries That's coming out just yesterday from University of Pittsburgh, Joe. We heard that there's a new possibility off part of the antibody that can go after this corner virus and block it from getting into our Selling. This is absolutely amazing Discovery, and if it pans out to be really great now it's not in the human clinical trial yet, but if it pans out to be good, it's even better than backsies. So I was very, very excited to hear about this Andi animal labs there, they found the incredible outcome and results. The good thing about this is that doesn't affect the good cells. So it's going right after the virus. The risk of re infection is very low. The risk of this sells viruses getting to yourselves are very low. So if this pans out, I think that would be the end of corner virus. And I would be so high would be in the CIC Doctor David Samadi. Go to David. Somebody dotcom get his book, The ultimate manual. We'll get into that. A second. Let me ask you a couple of quick questions on what you've just said. Why did Sweden do so much better than us? Because we have an election this year. I mean, Sweden, like reopened, almost don't even know if they ever closed. To be honest with you. The infection rate is very why Correct. They took some chances, obviously, because you know our epidemiologist they were talking about Remember two million deaths. They were getting these. Ah, you know, models that panned out. Fortunately all wrong. On. They took a chance. They knew that if they go into 100% locked down, their economy will collapse. So they went with social distancing. I think the public were very responsible. You know, they don't think they even closes schools, so they took a completely different approach than we did. And at the end, the numbers are very close, and they did well, but they were able to save their economies were their politics plays a role. Of course, this year's all about politics course It is because you get the feeling one side is like we're okay with the economy stinking until the election, Then we could sort of run on that. But that's that's where you know, pundits like me to talk about. You're the medical expert, and you've got great opinions on that as well. But I wanted to know why Sweden did that. And why it was okay. Why wouldn't follow that model? But also let me ask you this If I get covert 19 do we know you? To this If I get it, and I survive it, can I still get it again or not? They're 22 theories out there. One is that you know, there's some papers that were coming out that these antibodies they may only last about three months, and there is some chance that you may get this virus again. I don't think that's really the case. You know again. I'm not infectious diseases expert but you know, based on everything that I have read, I think they're also t killer cells. And you no longer term antibodies that will protect you from this so Whether or not these people got it again, or whether he was like false, negative and false, positive tests that resulted in that the jury's still out on that. But, you know, I think that number 1/90 percent of people that get this virus get recover Younger people they do very well as you know the elderly with multiple medical disease. You're the ones that get into a lot of trouble. So if someone like you will get this chance is that you know, you may have either no symptoms. You may have very mild systems, losing taste, losing smell. Maybe the couple of days of fever or even if you get sick, you're going to recover because your system is very stronger. Amuse system has been a Fight this and you'll be fine. And that's the fears with the flu. People get a flu shot every year, Doctor I've never gotten a flu shot, and I don't plan on getting a flu shot. I've never had the flu. So I don't know why. You know we're trying to. We're trying to say you could be asymptomatic. Maybe they do have some symptoms may be they don't you talk to somebody going socially track you with contact trace you They were doing all this over and above stuff that we never have really done for other ailments that we faced. I mean, we sort of did this herd immunity thing to where people just went about their daily lives. If you got it, you stay at home in quarantine for a couple of weeks and And when you come back unless your elderly or you've got some preexisting condition, I just wonder why we do it so differently on this one. It's Dr David Samadi, David somebody dot com. Why do you think it is so different with this one? Well, you know, I think it's just the approach of the scientists and doctors that are, you know, running the show, and that's that space. They decided on that. But if you look at the example, Taiwan Even these guys when it came to testing, they didn't really go and UMAss million years of testing other they went after people have symptoms. They were able to really isolated quarantine people who were positive and you know they had about 250,000 people. But yet they saved the economy and they made sure that you know healthy people went back to work. Sick people ended up quarantine, which is a really good approach, as opposed to like mask quarantine of the whole population, including healthy and unhealthy, So you know, looking back and hide inside is always You know, challenging, But, you know are maladjusted. Doctors decided you really going to walk down whether or not that was the right decision or not? Well, we'll see about our economy obviously is bouncing back and we're very fortunate that people are going back to work and we're going to be okay. Newsmax contributor. He is an author. It's Dr David Samadi. 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Colon cancer, you know, process cancer or even diabetes. High blood pressure. Look at Colditz. Ben Corbett came it affected men much worse than women. And it went after these people all these silent killer problem And so you will never know that you have these diseases unless you go get tested. But this book is really you know, is talking about men, but it's really you know, for women out there because 70% of healthcare decisions are made by women. It's the women that will tell you Hey, have you going for your screening? I said. I heard date somebody says September is prosecuted. Some of you know what your PS say is or don't ignore your symptoms. So I think this is a great book. It's easy to read. I've been in the media for about 10 years. Plus, this is a summer of all the good stuff and all the good notes about vitamins diet exercise. Everything you need put in one book. And thanks to people like you and a lot of people out there, it's number one best seller on Amazon. 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"cic" Discussed on Cardionerds
"So Zach as a future advanced. Heart failure critical care cardiologists at love to hear your thoughts. If you just take ourselves back in the thick of things, the patient was just crashed on. ECM. Oh, in Pella, we're trying out really experimental therapies totalism APP and Ivig hoping for the best. But what are the different trajectories of these patients and how do you triage the next steps in your mind Yup I'm by no means. An expert in these things but I think in general whenever you're thinking about employing some sort of mechanical circulatory support approach. The question in your mind always has to be what is the exit strategy from this you can't have a patient who lives indefinitely on these pertains devices in. So having in mind what the out could be whether that's a permanent type of support like in l.. Had A heart transplant or recovery is something that needs to be in the forefront of the teams mind and I think that's the benefit of having something like the shock team where you can have true experts really discuss these things and think about it as you mentioned in Myocarditis at least in my albeit limited experience, these are some of the folks that are most likely to recover so. I think the decision to pull the trigger on early invasive support is relatively easy because we know that a lot of these people have a good shot of recovery if you're moving along and you don't have recovery, that's when you start to think of things like elder transplant, which have their own considerations, for example, keeping in mind and Elvis is only going to support the left ventricle. So. If, you have somebody who has profound RV dysfunction or high pulmonary pressures that are not going to completely resolve with supporting the LV, an may not be enough and you have to think about things like transplant although that that also gets difficult. There are ways to more objectively measure this like pappy, which is the PA pressure positively index, which helps guide how functional the right ventricle is. Really, this is a team decision I don't think there's any one person that ever make a decision like this, which is why having a heart team approach in having the surgeons, the CIC attending the failure Dr all really discuss this and see what options could be Zach really touched on two key points that took away from this case number one is the fact that the RV function is very important delineating what type of Nondurable Mechanical Sport you WANNA use. Of course, you mentioned durable and chemical sports. So his RV function being so poor as one of the key factors in helping us go straight to echo, and then the second point you mentioned is that these minute data's patients especially these young. Patients who are otherwise relatively healthy if you can just bridge them through the acute phase and maintain and organ profusion and keep their kidneys from taking too big of a hit excetera, they often do quite well absolutely. These are really great points, guys thanks for going over that and I appreciate Zach you saying that this really is a team decision because there's so many layers of complexity and additionally of complexity for this patient is how deep presence of covid nineteen illness impacts transplant candidacy in be excited to hear more about this perspective from our experts segment, which will be followed after the fellows discussion called the e CPR or expert Cardio perspectives in review not to be confused with extra corporeal. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation..
Ross and Carrie Meet Nick Little: Homeopathic Lawsuit Edition
"Hello and welcome Ndo no Ross. And Carrie the show where we don't just report on for in science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves Yup when they make claims we show up. So you don't have to. I'm nick little. I'm Carrie. Poppy I as well to nick little. I'm spartacus the lawyers in the room. Thinks on his feet I guess. No we have a special guest today. Nick little welcome tone arising thank you good to be here. I pleasure you met nick in Las Vegas yes at Sei con and then again here in Los Angeles shortly thereafter and and Nick was giving an excellent talk about a fight against homeopathy. But Nick has a very special position as the sole lawyer I am. CF is legal department. Yes yes this is at now center for inquiry. Yeah we talk about CFI every now and then on the show we all talk about the CFI the investigations group wing of that. I've been involved with for many many years and our first episode was recorded at the old. CF I- office and guess what we are now at the new CFI office which is still in La but now on Temple Street yeah come on by visit. There's going to be lectures all kinds of stuff. And that's at least that the old one that's where Kerry and I I met that's right club a club. I'm now co lead of that Book Club. We still meet every month if anybody's in L. A.. And wants to come talk about. Books is trying to get people to your book. I am absolutely the more the Mary Nick. How long have you been working with just over six years? I think it was six years in September that I started. And how did they lure you in. I'd like to give this sort of great story about how you know. I was led by the heart and emotion to the nonprofit world but I'll to law school I worked for a a big law. Firm represented fortune five hundred companies and received obscene paychecks. So doing and probably would of ended up doing that for the rest of my life because the paychecks are really compelling sure I'm syncing regretted and my phone went bankrupt really ooh God which which kind of happens to law firms occasionally and just imploded and through a combination of very weird circumstances and says I was offered another couple of jobs and failed the conflict check because I've done and then I was offered a job and it turned out that it was the law firm that my brother works for in the London office. And they have anti nepotism world. But he's not your nephew. Indeed you know I got. I need a job. I saw advertised that which was an organization. Confess I had never heard of. I was looking for somebody to though I amendment law which was kind of a passion of mine and so I applied without thinking a lot about that and then the more all right look at the organization I was like this is great. And if I don't get out of the big low world now I am never going to do it right. I'm so I took the plunge and I went off from work and I always say that I much prefer my job now to my old job two days a month when eh the first one came into nightly took it back to run Lensey at the time. I think there's a misprint. No zero somewhere. Oh my goodness misplaced. We should probably describe. CFI A little more. The center for inquiry was founded in nineteen seventy six thereabouts By Paul Kurtz and other leading lights of the critical thinking skeptical humanist Atheist Movement you had Isaac Asimov Carl Sagan. I'm James Randi Lot of those types involved early on in it's kind of existed for many years in two parts. You have your council for secular humanism which is all about sort of that humanist side more the philosophy side and then what was originally the committee for skeptical inquiry of claims of the paranormal S. I I just notice I cop yes okay. Not sure I had ever known instead I I may have messed up the CSI part of it because now it's just CSI it's not to be confused with CSI Miami or the other TV shows but it's the committee for skeptical inquiry. I think the original psycho had a different acronym boot good. Yeah so you came in six years ago now. We really brushed past what sounded like a very juicy. You See story what the Hell happened with your firm and what what were your conflicts of interest. This is the real juicy stuff neck. I wish I mean I wish the the foam went bankrupt Tom if they even have. La Office okay and a fell into the problem of expanding too quickly. Okay and have have a Salt Lake City office. I think which never made any money. Okay Mormons elements and they don't do anything wrong. Yeah and what happened with me on conflicts. lex They totally bizarre was had done seven hours work on a huge class action lawsuit that was representing. I can't even remember if we were representing or defending against the dairy farmers of microbes. Like milk price fixing literally did seven billable hours on this house else. Just something I filled in when I had some slow time And we would have to have got a signature to waive the conflict from every single angled member of the plaintiff's class that was like every thousand dairy amazing. CIC probably wasn't going to happen so net could go off from what for another. Solis got it. Wow a milky or story than I thought but not that. Jessie yes. Okay so then you came here. Also Solis but in a good way. Yes yes good solace and you were drawn to the First Amendment side of things so why would cfi what. Why would they be interested in First Amendment Law? Well they advertised the position in this was I was a little concerned about it I they described himself as a secular organization tonight. The first time I read it I thought it said sectarian organizations convinced applying to sort of a Catholic human human rights so tons out so get it did was talking about work and international human rights work and charged site separation law. And if you look at law school everyone takes criminal law classes in everyone takes the constitutional law classes because that Pham on and it's Great. It provides you conversation to talk about in bars some when you walk in lower northern things and then you end up working proofreading some four hundred page contracts for an oil company. Nobody practices what they want to. And everybody goes to law school saying I'm going to be a public defender or I'm going going to be a prosecutor on the. I'm going to work for a nonprofit and no one ever done you end up doing the drywall in the the lawyer industry. Yes and you get rewarded awarded very very nicely for but every lawyer I know they live for that. Pro Bono cases. Yeah I had some great ones arm and gives you a chance to you feel I making the world a better place. Exactly one person at the time you get the cool stories out of at night so many thought. Maybe I will get to do this like all the time. We're on the five percent of the time that my law firm would allow me to work not paid.
"cic" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"From the local CIC community run the Kerry camp J. news over to Wall Street the Dow turning down twenty eight points at twenty seven six sixty three twelve oh three K. M. J. valley weather right now partly cloudy seventy six at radio city partly cloudy today warm high of eighty partly cloudy tonight hello fifty and then high clouds for your Wednesday warm temperatures remain high of seventy seven with news on the hour on the half and when it breaks I'm Liz Kern news talk five eighty one oh five nine K. M. J. Hey it's Brian with AM sun solar here in Fresno now is the time to protect yourself from rising electricity rates and sudden power outages am sun solar is a certified tests of power while installer and we have a twelve year guaranteed workmanship warranty give us a call today at five five nine three eight four two one nine two and ask about a solar energy system plus a Tesla power wall for your home that's AM some solar at five five nine three eight four two one nine two or visit am sun solar dot com today folks this is Chris Brown was solar negotiators since two thousand nine we've assisted in helping many local businesses get the most out of their solar investment that's why we know one of the biggest components for commercial solar is understanding that the needs of each business are different however every commercial solar contract should include regular cleanings inspections and system monitoring for the years after the installation so negotiators can likely beat any solid bid you have while offering better long term service and likely better equipment our focus is on the understanding of your needs.
"cic" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Raw meat diet on dynamite dot com which is the wrong me and the eggs in the title fight in the super make on top of it try super make a fish oil buy two get one free ground beef white light eggs including the shells and the dynamite supplement and then the look of shock try look good jobs buy two get one free it just bounces out his body and his mind and his spirit batting dynamite their diet has every single dog in my kennel looking better than they have ever loved their skin is so much better now that they're on the raw diet I don't even give them the kibble anymore D. I. N. L. V. I. T. back taking a look at KSFO traffic a real mess and San Martine on south on one on one the section of the freeway has been closed off between San Martine Avenue and Mastin Avenue in the C. H. P. has issued a trap advisors CIC alert that freeway closure because of an overturned tanker trailer this leaking fuel traffic is being diverted off at San Martine Avenue and then back on to leave early the laser starting at Dunn Avenue a multi vehicle wreck in Pleasanton now over to the right hand shoulder after blocking lanes of traffic on why spend five eighty that's before hop yard road first reports of a collision in Vallejo on westbound eighty that's near Georges St but no lane information on that particular incident with KSFO traffic on Ted Thomas styleite lounge presents I wrote this next song from Cheyenne should never have told her how progressives collision insurance covers injured dogs and cats she said if they could love her pooch as much as she did so good high well I could this next song is called person you was run the cat because the insurance company coverage not available New Hampshire North Carolina it's cutting into your exercise time it's stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind its pain and it's getting in between you and the life.
"cic" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This winter. But it's also a chance to introduce riders to metre the Tribune points out bet ridership was trending down two point two percent from twenty sixteen to seventeen and overall the RTA expect ridership to be down one point one percent this year. Steve Bertrand WGN news. The Vatican says pope Francis has defrocked former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick after Vatican officials found him guilty of soliciting for sex. While hearing confession the punishment announced today for the once archbishop of Washington comes just a few days before pope Francis is to lead an extraordinary gathering of bishops from around the world over the sex abuse crisis, which has eroded the faith of many Catholics and threatened. His papacy defrocking means McCarrick Eighty-eight who now lives in a fiery and Kansas after he lost. His title of cardinal last year will not be allowed to celebrate mass or other sacraments extremists attacked an army checkpoint in Egypt's northern Sinai peninsula killing fifteen people, including at least one officer. In a statement today. Colonel tamer refi said the army managed to. Kill seven of the extremists during the fight at dawn. But gave no further info authorities heavily restrict access to northern Sinai making it very hard to verify claims related to fighting the charter school teacher strike locally entering its third week. No end in sight, more from WGN's. Roger badesch Chagos theaters for the teacher's union claims the latest offer from CIC S board of directors again calls for raises for teachers at the expense of cuts to student services renewed bargaining on Friday failed to come up with an agreement. Now state legislators are applying heat to CIC SEO Elizabeth Shaw, claiming the company's not following school funding state law. Roger badesch, WGN news and a British kickboxer has donated all of his winnings. From his championship match to charity after spending years struggling with drug addiction and mental health issues. Tyson fury is now a heavyweight boxing champion. The thirty year old also known as the gypsy king fought Deontay wilder in December. He initially announced he would be donating his purse after he traveled to Los Angeles for a media conference and. Said he was shocked by the amount of homeless people. He saw on the streets. Fury's purse for the fight was about three and a half million dollars. But the total amount of pay per view income bumped that up to around nine million all of which fury donated sports, traffic and weather next on WGN..
"cic" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Themselves in to the shooter. Dr. Somebody cared for you. When she was little somebody care for you. When you was one of the boy was seated in the back of an SUV with two siblings. His mother was in the front. Someone got out of another car and began shooting. Walker was hit. No one else was injured police and south suburban Hazel crest. Her asking residents who live near one hundred sixty eight and orchard ridge to review their home surveillance footage. That's where US army veteran was badly. Beaten last week in his driveway happened around eight pm Wednesday, Keith Chambal remains on life. Support the suspects stolas SUV wallet. And cell phone yesterday was found abandoned a few blocks away. We'll see more exonerations. This. We connected a former Chicago police sergeant Ronald watts a hearings begin later this morning. More than a dozen additional convictions are expected to be overturned. Investigators. Now say those convictions represent men who were framed by Watson is tactical team they allegedly stole from drug dealers and framed innocent people want send one of us officers were arrested back in two thousand twelve both were convicted the teachers strike. Against chicago. Charter school operator continues later this morning WGN's. Roger badesch reports strike against the CIC S four school. Charter company is ready to enter a second week teachers claim that a proposed contract will give them more money at the expense of reduced programs and support for students. The union admits that there's been some progress in the Goshi patients for a new contract, a minimal pain crease would be offset with larger class sizes and cuts to support staff. Roger badesch WGN the two sides met for talks last night. No deal was announced. Today's picket line is expected to eventually move to the opposite of the head of CIC ICS and early voting sites opening in all of Chicago's fifty wards in a few hours earlier on Sunday. Another mayor form was held. It was hosted by the voice of Indian American voters at Taft high school in cities Norwood park neighborhood. The election is February twenty sixth. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. You get a.
"cic" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Small plane that crashed in Orange County California over the weekend was a former Chicago police officer seventy five year old retired officer Antonio Pakistanis plane came apart mid air. He was killed. So report people on the ground. It came down in a residential neighborhood because see charges today and yesterday's fatal hit and run. A fifteen year old girl was hit while walking to school in Chicago ridge. She later died. The twenty five year old in custody is also accused of causing several earlier crashes. Monday charges are expected to include driving under the influence. Another teacher's strike begins today in Chicago this one at CIC ICS charter schools Jin Conan to cement teacher at northbound academy. She announced the strike late last night here tonight ready to go on strike tomorrow morning. To be on. The picket lines has CIC S has chosen management and greed ahead of our students needs to see ICS says classes are not canceled today they brought in substitute teachers and Chicago public schools has removed a teacher after multiple abuse allegations at Powell elementary on city, south side, Chicago mayoral candidate Amara. India talked about public schools in Chicago last night to join WGN's Patti Vasquez. Also had a number of scandals in CPS, everything from the twenty million dollars. No bid scandal that led our last our previous CPS CEO imprison the last CPS CEO had to resign under shamed. For trying to lie about legal advising. So that he could get some things done. Just a lot of corruption until you also made reference to a recent Tribune investigation that uncovered widespread and in.
"cic" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"All right. So now thirty and this is that I want to try to do if you listen to one of our segments. And we discuss something that is going on the active duty military in you are involved in that incident by all means reach out to us. If we get it wrong. We will bring you on the show to correct it. Because I think that's important. We have a sailor who was on the US Gerald whenever the incident happened. Can you kind of walk us through? Why this 'cause you were pretty upset man when you hopped into our when you have to the dams on Instagram, you're a little upset. Well, basically, I saw I saw this new probe that came out and Gami odyssey. Pretty fired up in not alone in feeling fired up here as a lot of friends sharing sharing the article. But a basically they they were talking more opposite is big issues. But they were really highlighting the huddles and kettlebells and trash in in the whose combat information center, but CIC for short or combat which everyone. So I thought it was absolutely ridiculous that the report really highlighted on the trash because you know, like, I said in the end, the they're it's absolutely Jewish for their own to highlight that because. To get hit by ship. That's three times is a u just kinda put into perspective DG's about five hundred feet long. So for a ship to be three times that size to to to hit you start with a little love tap. It's it's it's a pretty violent collision. So when you're inside in the other hit you what happened. While auto bit before that, you know, I was I was kinda I was working. I was waking time happened at one thirty in the morning, and you know, just do my thing. And I'm sitting there, and all of a sudden, I could feel ships, you know, speed up. You know, you hear the engines really start to kick in and we start to turn really heavily. It was really it was one of those things where gut feeling just kinda kicks in and you know, right away. I knew something was wrong before I could slowly process that feeling we just got we got nails. Not reading really get a warning that collision alarm didn't go off is just all of a sudden. Yeah. So yeah, we went to general quarters for fingers loon, general courtes-, it's battle stations. I guess so you get assigned to go to a specific spot on the ship. Whether it be into a repair locker, which is where all the damage control equipment is is hells such as firefighting gear anything to, you know, go flooding toxic gas anything of of that nature. So we immediately knew that we had to to get to how long has to get there. Whenever that that alarm that sound goes off how long do you have to get there? Well, one general quarter. Learn goes off, you know, some real shit going on. So you kinda get there as fast as again, the end 'cause you you did training and stuff in you kind of prepare for things like like, you know, I don't wanna say like that happening because nobody thinks that's going to happen. Right. But but you kinda prepare for these things, but once things actually happened. It's just drown starts kicking in everyone's running all over the place. It was really it was it was chaos at the time ensure everybody can imagine right. But we're at general quarters for see it happen at one thirty in the morning, we didn't pull back into our home for. 'cause luckily we weren't that far from our home work when it happened. So we were able to get pulled back to our home port pulled by tugboats back, but we didn't get back and still think it was like seven or eight at night. So we were actively fighting fighting the flooding for you know, almost eighteen hours but found violating whenever, sir. I've never been on a ship. Neither as conser Kate. What is it looked like whenever you're fighting? Are you like fucking Gilligan's island with buckets shit like getting off or what are you doing? Well, there will there those pumps that we have and pumps they, you know, it's not it's not meant to you know, control flooding that big. But but one thing that the that they did for us to kind of keep us his they made like a bucket brigade where we have people going down to a space in crystalline when all down couple decks below and just toss buckets..
"cic" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Literally opened when the Cold War was going on. Today. We're going to have a terminal that will not be just pay dividends today tomorrow. But for generations to come public view, those designs and way in actually over the next week on what they think you can see those five designs at vote OR de Twenty-one dot com. Members holding a rally outside of CIC S Wrightwood school on Chicago's southwest side today, they say the teachers at the four Chicago international charter school locations will go on strike February fifth that they can't reach a new contract agreement with management. The teachers are looking for pay raises smaller class sizes and more school counselors and social workers if the teachers do walk off the job it would be the second charter network strike in Chicago in just two months with snow in the forecast this weekend. United Airlines is reaching out to flyers in the midwest and Ohio valley offering to waive fees for travelers you wanna switch flights to avoid the storm. A hearing will be held this afternoon as Chicago mayoral candidate. Dorothy Brown tries to get on the upcoming ballot records showed she fell nearly a thousand votes short of the required twelve thousand five hundred eighty two beyond the ballot. Following a challenge by Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle today's the third straight day, by the way of the Tribune editorial board meetings with five mayoral candidates today. Neil sales Griffin Gary McCarthy. Lori Lightfoot Amirah Enya and Jerry choice answering questions from the board. And the lottery says that were fifty five lottery players in Illinois who won over a million dollars. In the drawings last year. It was the ninth consecutive year that more than fifty people became millionaires in the state as a result of the lottery, your money, sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. This is firefighter Raphael..
"cic" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"That show. Well, it's always a nighttime show, but she'll be a regular guest. I think your your cell observing. It's such a pleasure to talk with you. And you know, interestingly, my father was also the the attache Chris Jeff during his first visit to the US. Really? He went way back didn't he? Oh, he did. He did he actually joined the military when he was sixteen and. Joined on falsified birth certificate. He had be part of the action. Now, you said he died at fifty three. But what year did he pass away done nineteen Eighty-four eighty four? So so he was there during the Kennedy administration on everything he was during the bay of pigs. He was there when the CIA was absorbing the CIC, and I hit a great issue with some of the techniques that the CIA was using round rooming and things like that. He he didn't feel that. It was the gentlemanly way to interrogate people because it really could destroy the psyche. While the bay of pigs was great diplomacy by both John F Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev they both showed restraint, and I believe that Kennedy went to cruise and says, you gotta help me out here. My generals want me to bomb the heck out of you, folks. And and they worked it out and got it done. But those were fascinating time. Did he ever talk about the Kennedy assassination? He did. Did he tell you anything? He told me it wasn't what it appeared to be while he was right about that. You know, there were some things that he was really reluctant to talk about. I remember I was probably nineteen years old. And we were starting to write the books, and he had a friend of his who was also trying to publish and I remember we were living at the time. And and my father got a phone call from his friend who was in San Antonio. And he looked really worried about the friend. And he said, you know, I've gotta leave. And by the time, he got to San Antonio, his friend who had tried to publish things that that shouldn't have been published at that point. He'd been stripped naked, and he'd had electrical wire wrapped around his testicles and been electrocuted to death cheese. And this was the way to scare people into not publishing, and so many people, of course, also just disappeared. So my father told me about Russell targ way back when and he before he died and we wanted to originally right about project Stargate, but it was still classified at the time. And so I thought it was quite amazing. You know, the universe works in incredible ways. When as an adult, many, many many years later, I actually became friends with Russell targ executive even commented about this book. Yes, he did. He loved the book. He did a nice interview with me about the book. He couldn't put it down. He started from the beginning. And just read it straight through a good guy. Somebody read it for him because he's somewhat blind. He said, but he can read he has big big thick glasses used to ride a motorcycle without any vision until his wife told him to stop. Yeah. He's an incredible. So he's he's just a. Such an explorer in such a pioneer are really really do value him. His big takeaway is that we're so much more than this. What do you call it the sack of potatoes? You know, we're so much more than physical bodies. And when we start to unlock our potential. Oh my goodness. Things seems capable of wormhole going into the future seen in the past changing, our DNA, we are capable so much more than we could ever imagine. What would your father said about nine eleven two thousand one?.
News in Brief 8 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations Guatemala should reconsider its decision to withdraw support for an international panel to tackle impunity United Nations. Chief Antonio Guiterrez said on Tuesday, the UN secretary general's comments followed these Central American countries announcement via letter that it intended to terminate an agreement establishing the international commission against impunity in Guatemala, also known by its initials. CIC I g his u n spokesperson Stefan, g jerick, as you know, secretary general has and continues to support the work of the commission and expect ciguatera. Molly government to provide the commission with all the assistance necessary for the discharge of its functions and activities, including the freedom of movement of its staff and throughout Guatemala as provided in the agreement in September twenty eighteen the head of the UN panel event Velasquez was barred from reentering Guatemala, mister Gutierrez recalled the important contribution to the fight against him. Unity made by the international commission. It was set up in two thousand and six at the invitation of the government and was seen as an effective way to help strengthen the rule of law following the country's civil war which ended in the nineteen ninety s Saudi national behalf. Muhammed? Al Kuni cannot be sent back to the kingdom. Yuen refugee agency UNHCR said on Tuesday, adding that it was in contact on a daily basis with the eighteen year old who is in Thailand seeking asylum. Speaking to journalists in Geneva, UNHCR spokesperson Bubba, Bella confirmed that the agency intends to examine miss alka Nunes at request for protection in terms of the claim and all of details, which she will be sharing with us in terms of what were the factors that she's trying to run away from? We'll be listening to all those will be premature or even in terms of confidentiality from an individual who talked to us. We won't be going into details. What they have told us. The only thing I can say we look carefully into all. All the claims and trying to find out what are the risk factors to elevate? The claims ahead of UNHCR's involvement. Ms alka, noon said that she had fled from her family and Kuwait to Bangkok airport where her passport was taken away. She says she would be killed if sent back home under international law anyone who claims to me shelter outside their home country cannot be returned to a territory where their life or freedom are threatened. Mr. Ballack said in Iraq around a quarter of a million Syrian refugees and the communities that host them to get better access to healthcare. Thanks to a two and a half million dollar donation by the United States, welcoming the development the World Health Organization or WHO said that the funding would provide urgently needed help to local authorities in the Kurdistan region of Iraq where the refugees live health and other services in Iraq have been stretched since nearly six million people fed via in two thousand fourteen with two point six million still displaced may. Major military operations to retake the country ended in late twenty seventeen. But the humanitarian crisis is far from over you and humanitarian have warned the US contribution will support the provision of primary healthcare in Erbil to hook and Sulaymaniyah as well as provide training for medical professionals to treat people with disabilities and mental illness and finally an energetic campaign that goes a long way to raise awareness about refugees two billion kilometers. In fact, that's the total distance the world's at twenty five point four million refugees cover to reach safety every year. According to you, h CR the UN refugee agency ringers from me on traveled eighty kilometers on average to neighboring Bangladesh it said while those leaving south Sudan travel, six hundred and forty kilometers to reach you Ganda people can participate in the campaign by walking cycling or jogging. The aim is to reach a collective total of two billion kilometers this year. For more information. There's a campaign website where users can lock the number of steps they take in support of the 'cause it's WWW dot step with refugees dot org. Daniel Johnson UN news.
"cic" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"That's just super exciting for the sport. And we're really happy. How twenty eighteen ended up? We're the airplane geeks. So let's get geeky firm moment. What telemetry are the aircraft's sending you? So in race control. Which is basically the the CIC the information center, if you will of the entire event, we have really kind of two groups in there. One is the aviation side and one is the event production side. So from telemetry side what the planes are sending me or the ABA Shen group that's in race control items that we think about from safety in aviation perspectives. But then also from sporting perspective. And so the telemetry that comes to us that we use that we take immediately that would go into judging scenario would be g and airspeed. So we get a mediate indication of an over g situation and we get. Of course, they're they're airspeed throughout the entire race. You're getting airspeed where are you getting the airspeed from it's actually from the GPS side of positional data. If you will if you look at how elaborate our ghost track is, right? That's really what has sophisticatedly advanced are positional data because we want that to be super super accurate, right? We want that to make sure that if you're looking at it in your were using it from spectators perspective as a who's winning who's writing? Seeing the ghost images that you project. Exactly. So that ghost image. It's real critical from a credibility perspective that that's accurate, right? You don't want in real life for the plane to fly through the finish gate, and then the go specter to come in second. But then all of a sudden the guy behind XY has the faster time that would really damage the credibility of the whole system. So a lot of effort and time and expense at cetera has gone to that positional at data. And so that actually what is also what helps calibrate all of our other. Airspeed G force all that type of stuff is coming from this super complex. Gee, whiz box called a p p r you that's in the aircraft. All right. So the pilot though has to be on his skill part. He's flying off of indicated airspeed. So he's having to calibrate that quite indicated. He's he's seeing the same thing. We're seeing also we have a screen. He's not just looking at a at a pneumatic airspeed indicator in his plane. He's looking at a digital readout that exact same as us. So again from a sporting perspective. We don't want him to be looking at something different than us. We want everybody to be looking at the exact same number. So the big screen, and they can set it up differently depending on the pilot. What his desires are just like a heads up display in a fighter you, can you can pick and choose how you want certain things done and in the g force lights, etc. So that's that's where the pilot has some choice. But. He's looking at the exact same number that we're looking at in all of his all of his data. How are you transmitting that from the aircraft to the ground is that x what part of the spectrum different radio? What are you doing? Did. You know, you're getting out of my level of expertise. That's our technical group. That is actually the ones that are on. That are putting the boxes in the airplanes. All I know is the race director is that it's accurate. It's exactly what the pilot is looking at it goes into this fancy box, and then this fancy box since it down to my screen, and then I get to evaluate what's going on. And then judge both from what I see outside. In addition to what I see digitally. Okay. Now as the rare race director, are you acting as the air boss or does your boss work for you? How's that is? So we call it a race. Director in the red areas. And I'm responsible if you if you're trying to compare it to something like an air show, the there's an air boss function to my job as so air boss is part of what I do in the sense of IM controlling the air side of things. But in addition to that, I also have a safety hat on from sporting perspective, and his sporting hat on in the sense that the judges are assisting me, and I'm calling somebody knock it off..
"cic" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"The app stores compile and build the native app version of your application and put those in the stores as well. Yeah, I also think you got a battle. The problem when you get to the PWA of the version of the browser, the giving chrome implementing PWA's is different on Android IOS windows, and presumably MAC OS links to the not symmetrical implementations. That's true. So that's that's kind of where we do have you know some standard standardization in built in in new into our framework to kind of, you know, hide all those. Let's call them issues. You know that the question is, can you paulie fill your way out of this? Right? And a lot of cases I, I'm not quite an expert on that, but in a lot of cases you can. We do Polly fill on that, right? You imagine the dance here, right? It's one thing to presume implementations for different browsers. Nothing implement forgiven browser on multiple platforms like that now that it's three dimensional chess. Yeah, definitely a valid point. So Matt, what's next on your to do list? Well. Let's see. So again, we're really looking at getting our the beta for version four framework with bail built on web components. You know, able to support all different types of frameworks like react and view and angular. Yeah. And then we have, we're kind of really concentrated on on building out some more CIC kind of capabilities that will allow you to work with testing with end users getting out. You know, again, still supporting quite heavily the native approach because that's definitely were not at a point with PWA. Yeah, across the industry. Really. That's gonna go away anytime soon. Yeah, and things like that. So lots lots to come. It's great will definitely come back in talk to us again when you got something new to talk about. Yeah, absolutely. And just a couple resources to mention for those that are interested in and might be new to the cross platform hybrid approach. Sure. I actually have just independently. I about a year ago published a plural site course that is a quick one to two hour journey through building and publishing a real hybrid going from. You know, very bare minimum doesn't use a really any framework. It's it's mostly HTML, Josh script CSS and that's on uses adobe phone gap build tool, which is kind of a cloud instance that lets you package and transform your web code into a from zip file into native apps. So really excited about that if you're interested, it's a, it's a gentle introduction. Because again, when you're there, there's a lot to whether you're picking a framework or evaluating as it can be very daunting for sure. I know it was for being so really what I was going for is just keep it simple. And you know if you like that kind of approach, you can kind of see what I've done there and then go and pick. Ideally, I, of course, ideally, I onic, but any other frameworks, two. And really, you're off to the races and one last little plug. We do have. What I've always been such a fan of Ionic is is really thought leaders in the space around this and especially betting everything on the web and open source. So we have an resource center which will put in the show notes that has all different types of case studies and info about PWA's and web development in general. So I hope everyone will check that out. Absolutely. Cool. Hey, thanks a lot that for spending our with us. It was great. Yeah, thank you. Both. Really appreciate. You bet. And we'll see you next time on dot net rocks. Dot net rocks is brought to you by Franklin's net and produced by pop studios. A full service audio video post production facility
"cic" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"The formation of more sea ice and feeding an ongoing cycle. Good times ice is something that you know is it's a trend that's been happening amounts seemed to get, you know, less and less each year. Every time we kind of Mark the end of a season where scientists have been keeping track of it, and you know, it has a lot of implications for animals that day. Depend on CIC haul out on it. It also has, you know, this is something that we don't often think about, but something that ocean conservancy is working on a lot is shipping and what this means for. You know, what is shipping look like in an ice free Arctic in the summer months. Like there are a lot of there's a cruise ship company stick. It's called the crystal, serenity is that the the ship that's actually, you know, making the first. This summer voyage through the Arctic now that there's less see ice. And so what does that mean? If there are bigger vessels moving through these, you know, very sensitive regions. You know, these are places where it's polar bears. It's Wales at some of the most incredible migratory routes for some of these incredible animals that you see on blue planet to and imagine some of these big, you know these vessels moving through these regions when there's not a lot of rules and regulations to to to keep track of. I love because it just seems like this, that type of thing that the average person wouldn't think about, you know is how, how, how does that change anything it would. It really does. I also just want to point out, like, you know is pretty meta as as we try to make these pockets episodes evergreen and not so timely. This news item is, you know. Oh, hey, there's a hurricane coming right now. That's going to be devastating, but it's over and then we do. Yeah. And they're coming. They are coming. So now what we're talking about is you know, the Atlantic Ocean has started to invade the Arctic and it's it's not gonna stop really as far as my medium sized brain can comprehend. I, it's something that we're, we are going to be living with and feeling the effects of for the foreseeable future until awhile until Waterworld basically. Right. Right? Underrated navy. Yeah. And then some of these, some of these news items again, and we cover them weekly aren't just like this bad thing. It's happened. It's like this has begun more rigid. We've just realized that these things are begun, and now it's part of our lives in our society. And so it's less breaking news and more about updates on those things. But this was just again where the Arctic Arctic is being assaulted on a number of fronts. This is just a one that at least these I, you know, in probably than the masses after that have discovered and again at it seems to be pretty vital in. Here's the thing we talked about this a little bit off line, I think, but I hesitate ever paint these problems we're facing is greater than our capacity to deal with them as much as we like to call them sort of existential issue. But this one and seemingly ones like do feel a little bit like a runaway train right? The the scope of the ocean. Feel massive. Yeah, and isn't this really where it's like, you know, it's, it's not great now, but the effects actually running forty years behind come to like, we're just like, you think it's bad now. Right? I do always want to be honest like it's not chippy optimistic over here all day. I mean, Brian is a lot of the time and it's fucking annoying, but he's don't. Even I have to bend and like our whole tone is built on, like, hey, this sucks. Let's act on it or this thing is awesome. Here's how you can support it. Right, right. It does get heavy sometimes, but like you said, so you're an optimist and you deal with this shit every day. So that's got to be some pretty impressive superpower. So I want to capitalize on that today. And like you said, you're not a marine biologist, you're on the policy and communications front. So let's try to spend this episode dialing into how we and our listeners can address an affect this issue specifically. The ocean conservancy?.
"cic" Discussed on Mixergy
"Regarding real estate and having a hundred sign ups even though they were free gave you an understanding what that was like what are some of the things do you remember some of the nuances or some of the legal issues that you had to take care of the didn't even know about until you got startled well when we got onto tenant screening that was that was something we added on after we started doing the pro version and with tenant screening there's a tunnel loss there's the whole fair credit reporting act the you know everyone has to comply with and landlords are become it's becoming more and more restrictive back then it was pretty easy you could look at a pretty long history of someone's criminal history and used that to decide if they can move into your property or not nowadays regulation has brought that back where he can only look at about seven years of criminal history so if they even had a violent crime seven years in one day ago you can't consider that when you're letting someone move into your property otherwise suddenly you're doing something illegal so those regulations have been challenging these dan top that nathan considering people could be using yourself from all over the country there's a some associations like the national association of rental property managers is a really good one narbonne is how you find them they're they're great organization and if you stay up on their newsletters and stuff they keep up to date on a lot of stuff and then we've got some screening vendors this supply us with screening data like star point is our credit vendor and cic's our criminal vendor and they're great industry partners because they keep us updated on new stuff also so they tell you hey we can get lots of data from us but somebody who's dealing with real estate you should not be asking for all this he's not be all that data yeah and there's there's a whole process that we have to go through that kind of keeps people in line with the regulations.
"cic" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast
"Of customers or users do you agree yeah i totally do sets you briefly talked about cic d c c d required to do devops 'sorry again yes or no it's not specifically part of the devops manifesto but automation is a key pillar here and having these continues to degrade continuous delivery services such that you know i can push some code that code is to provision infrastructure or an application and i can test it in an automated fashion while that's happening i can be doing other work i can bring value to the system or the organization and at the same time what you'll find is that cic d is closely related to collaborations right having the ability to perform continuous integration and continuous delivery alternately leads to higher collaboration so that's why it's part of the devops movement but it's not you know specifically required to do devops actually now that i think about it in previous times we've talked about us i recall we haven't really talked about continuous integration development but that seems like something that would potentially reduce sleek basically errors and things going wrong like liz way does that fit in so similarly essar doesn't say you have to do cic but we do rigorous risk analysis to figure out what mirsky factors might prevent us from meeting our service will objectives and it wants being the case that if you are manually doing deploys and if your manually doing builds you're going to be delivering defective offer more often you're going to be spending a lot of time rolling back in case of outages and that adds up and eats era budget individually weeds ten happy customers so we pract to cd as a consequence of wanting to fulfill our era and as a consequence of wanting to heap the amount of manual toil that we under control in a serie we do era but it's and toil budgets and we also have baked into our systems because of a lot of our developer productivity tooling the notion of having reproducible builds already done for us that the vote open frontiers already come to us with these things and they typically need help with how do we roll this out in.
Donald Trump seeking to slap steep tariff on Chinese imports
"Now for the media review and this one comes first from the financial times that china's sovereign wealth fund has sold a stake in blackstone so china's desmond corp or cic sold this stake very gradually according to the story and mostly before president trump was elected now the story quotes an unidentified senior executive at cic and blackstone blackstone did disclose the sale in a regulatory filing last week it's unclear how much cic owned at the time of the disposal and blackstone says that it looks forward to continue working closely with cic this is sort of an unusual situation because blackstone is actually one of sees major asset managers and of course the cic has a lot of assets to invest now a couple of lines headlines here from the economics daily in china that china should balance stabilizing growth with risk prevention so that's very interesting but to what degree the story also says that china's monetary policy must serve highquality economy so again i'll look for that for the whole story there and try to flesh it out the next time we look at this and of course the big one of the day political oh us trade rep robert lighthizer presenting president trump with tariffs targeting the equivalent of thirty billion a year in chinese imports but trump wanted more now the administration is considering tariffs on more than one hundred chinese products electron ix telecoms equipment furniture toys trump is also said to be considering tightening controls on visas and exports have certain goods or technologies that have military and civilian uses and political by the way sighted three unidentified people familiar with the discussions big story and that's it for the media doug and we're going to pick it up there thanks brian ben simmons is still with us he's with intellect is partner so we're talking about the trade war and concerns here kind of reaching a rolling boil so let me put it to you this way if you're a central banker and you're in the midst of something like this how do you begin to adjust policy particularly if there's a real risk now that the outlook is going to change well let's let's take ecb draghi as good example is he talks about the last at last i conference that basically they're very optimistic about growth in europe day upgrading basically the outlook but keeping a real close eye on the streets developments because.