22 Burst results for "Cartland"

"cartland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"cartland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"After a federal judge in California tossed out a lawsuit by an investor who sued Facebook over a decline in the stock after that Cambridge Analytica scandal Nike shares were up more than 6% today Sales beat estimates and management is being credited with navigating through the pandemic especially with those production disruptions in Vietnam Right aid shares rallied more than 21% The drugstore retailer posting third quarter results above estimates and right eyed also saying it's going to close 63 stores to reduce cost and improve profitability And if you're a hockey fan the NHL according to Dow Jones is pulling out of the Beijing Olympics Terms of the equity market today the Dow was up 1.6% S&P ahead 1.8% NASDAQ comp jumps 2.4% I'm Doug Kushner and that is your Bloomberg business flash All right Doug thank you so much Well despite I'm a crime concerns hospitality restaurant and leisure stocks rallied today Katie and I were talking about it earlier Stocks and companies that continue to really navigate a volatile environment because of the pandemic Well on Friday I caught up with the president of married international Stephanie lenard's married home to 30 brands You know them writz cartland Carlton excuse me Sheridan so many well Stephanie talked with me and ten ten wins anchor Larry Mullins in the first of a series we are calling decision makers which is jointly produced by Odyssey which owns many all news radio stations around the country and then of course also by Bloomberg radio network which provides business news for Odyssey's radio stations Well in this excerpt of our conversation I talked about a lot including business travel We started first though with Mary's ability to find the workers it needs check it out All the technology in the world is never going to replace the human touch of the travel experience at least in my humble opinion So we have been having some challenges to staff our hotels but I will say that that's getting better We're being creative We're doing things like hiring incentives We're looking to more broadly in terms of industries to attract people to come join the hotel space But at Marriott International in particular I think the most important thing that we're doing to attract talent is making sure that people understand you can have a career at an area It's not just a job Over 50% of the general managers at our properties which is a great job 50% of them came from the hourly ranks People that started as hourly workers work their way up into department heads and then eventually in many cases to a general manager or regional job So what we're trying to make sure people understand is Marriott is a place to build a career not just to have a job And that has been a really important part of our employment marketing message and it's helping us attract a lot of talent and actually our turnover is significantly less than other companies in our space Did you ever dream that we would be having this conversation about a company that is obviously moving forward having endured having conquered so far the pandemic Did you think at one point was there every point that you thought boy This is it We've never seen anything like this There was never a moment that I thought we wouldn't make it through And there was also a never I actually thought I really did believe we would come back sooner rather than later because I just so fundamentally believe that travel and people whether it's for business travel leisure travel Again I just think it's so fundamental to how consumers want to live their lives I knew it would come back And I knew our company would not only survive this but thrive And as a matter of fact I mean I think companies really define themselves and how they navigate a process right You can just hunker down and try to survive Or you can use it as an occasion to innovate and actually invest and actually start new things and get ready for a new reality and a new future And that's what we chose to do We chose to even in our darkest days invest innovate lean in because we knew we were going to come out of this So I think that this crisis has been terrible and most importantly I think it was a health crisis People lost their lives I think we can talk a lot about the business implications but never forget at the heart of it what the COVID pandemic was But I do think from my company's perspective from me personally it helped us grow and make us stronger And I'm more bullish about the future of travel in my company than I've ever been All right so let's talk a little bit about what's to come It's funny you know you talk about technology and I think there was a point when people were talking about augmented reality or virtual reality that that was going to replace people actually going to actual destinations That hasn't happened We're talking about things like the metaverse How do you think about the future of travel and where it continues to grow and innovate Stephanie When I think that the future I do think we'll see some new trends I do think we'll see some different things I think it would be naive to say that the worldwide experiment would zoom in teens And I think where I'm StreamYard today whatever the tech choice is that no matter what it is it's going to change the way people work and live their lives I believe right That thing said I think some travel segments may actually grow And let me give you an example There's a phrase that is going around the travel industry called leisure Meaning that people are mixing business trips and leisure trips in a way that they never had before So this concept that and I did some of it this past summer I went to Greece with my husband and kids and I did both some vacationing and I met with owners and toward hotels So I do think particularly as more companies are being flexible that people can work from anywhere I think you'll see people taking longer trips and then again mixing business and leisure And we're starting to see how this plays out over time of course It's early days but we're starting to see some of this in our data I'm starting to see it just when I go to our hotels it used to be you walked into one of our hotels and I could say that person that that woman is a business traveler That gentleman is a leisure traveler Like I could really tell you know just by looking at people And I think now it's kind of hard to tell you know So I think this concept of leisure could mean even more travel And of course some things may scale back for a while Business travel is not coming back as fast as other segments That may take a while to recover I personally think it will So I don't know I think we'll see some new things like leisure popping up And technology will continue to accelerate Technology will be more and more a part of the guest experience as we move forward But I don't think it will ever replace the human element All right And that was Stephanie lenard She's the president of married international She was talking in our edition of decision makers Gently produced by Odyssey And Bloomberg radio But really great to check in with her Katie in terms of what's going on in the hotel industry and they're seeing people come back They're seeing what they call the spi leisure which is basically maybe there's a couple or partners and there's somebody traveling for work And the other person just comes along on the trip so they're seeing more of that Yeah and that makes sense And that's something that happened in the pre-pandemic times And you would travel for work you'd go to a conference Usually in a cool city why not have your partner join you Let's see it come back You know exactly And there's some things that you'll say okay we can do that virtually but I mean a lot of people say you still need for a lot of business travel like you need to be face to face I was just looking at the S&P super composite Hotel's restaurant and leisure industry index up almost 4% today There you go You said like earlier like carnival some other names I know It's all the travel related names have been It's only Tuesday but having a very good week so far we'll see if that.

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"cartland" Discussed on TV Literate

TV Literate

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"cartland" Discussed on TV Literate

"Degree and josie is thinking of cosmetology. I didn't know that you could do cosmetology at a real school. I was wondering about that too. Maybe they just have like like a program that works with them because they're college that exactly. What something like that. Like a partnership or something. Yeah but yeah. I was thinking i was wondering that too. I liked carlin. Says she doesn't want to be tied down to college which what did mean colleges only so many years. It's not like a permanent thing. Inches india lottery courses online. Yeah yea for real. Yeah and home schooling more right and you can also like take only a couple of classes or like if you need to take a semester off you can take a semester off like it's not that not that hard and all of them just get associate's degree is so that's two years. Yeah like just say you don't want to go to college carlin which is fine. You don't have a college. You're not going to have a job so you don't have to do anything right like i don't know if you don't think you want to go to college. I don't go to college just because you think you have to go to college. It's not worth it. Oh and this and this scene carlin was wearing her tattoo. Choker again which again i know. It's so sultry. it's just a little too much. You look a little you know. You look a little. Mary magdalene yet. Come on cartland tone it down but yeah of course she's like i don't wanna be tied down to colleges because i go traveling for conferences and i'm like oh don't also like how often like i mean. I'm sure that that like even if they're like every couple of months like that's still probably not enough to be like make it so you can't go to college. Well the bates family..

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Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

Talking Kotlin

09:04 min | 1 year ago

Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

"Regarding a desktop and service. what did you start in. Like what technologies were using so simpson so as deputy so. I wanna finish college in one thousand. Nine hundred started with sort fulltime masters speech recognition. You're using your wall things back then. That was sort of. You can do that about sums watching the cotton. Dl talk yesterday. Where a couple of lines of code can do that. But this writing everything from scratch in c in terms of audio processing fifties and and i've been never confronted themselves and there was there was a need for something. Kinda graphical and i don development for awhile and answer. Windows three came out. I think you're on june nineteen ninety and i So cool your concern dusen. Windows graphical is from speech patterns. And mike you're next so forth down again more chance occurrences a low company was starting to do windows and said hey you know obviously not too many people doing that stage said hey. Join to join to join us so i saw that again. That's what started the decade of doing windows see transitioning cpas plus windows. St kfc com hiram. It's funny because obviously was been toying with a proposed for desktop right now sort of i don't know what you call it control back. Go throwbacks ecstasy. That's what's what's old is new again. So when when did you. When did you actually start with With developing kotlin than so. I'm trying to was the announcement. Okay oh in about five years ago now. Is it a country member. anyway there was a natural icon. I you know to be honest. I hadn't i know a lot of people being aware columnist stage. And we're very excited about it. I i was a little bit in the dark. It wasn't something new to me. I haven't even wear and to another coin spos- as in most companies. We probably weren't in a position to start using cotton straight away. You know And i have had. And i have an obligation to restore cocoa puffs. It's actually it's an aug project hasn't up hope people's find somewhat useful. That actually does but for me. Personally i use it i e kind of overloaded somewhat in terms of as a pop from try technology so when the under doctors coronas came up first of all Used to try goes out. And then went. Kalkin emerged start reggie microsoft katainen and similarly montecot from down the road and And then you know as is frequently. The case trying that out. There then became a platform. Say okay now in the workplace okay. This looks interesting. Let's start to use his here and then shortly after that. Then maybe down. The road asked announced. Maybe we start to use it working and we start to use a gradually in africa project and we ended up doing a for various reasons. We did a company rewrite of our project and we started from the ground up dan with cartoon or katelyn underdog extra bonus cortines and so forth. So so is this your first multiplatform project or not so does sage. i wasn't using work. Under gorbachev sort of had supposed to give you know a little bit more brought on their. You know like this. Be working on mobile for eleven years now and i guess over time like many of us you know we would have source accession cross platform. I guess there's always sort of cross pot from monty python but cross platforms kind of sounders. Right once so reproaches. The dab senator in reactnative approaches. And you know over the course of various projects in the previous companies in new product. Monday or somebody coming in that. Have read some headline. This allows you to do everything in one place all your code face. We don't need to have all these separate irish and each time you took sort of had to move. That weren't approved was an us. Disapprove that dickey. We're gonna do competitions. And we had to prove that this wasn't suitable for the type about. We were developing this platform. it's christians. We needed an end user experience. We need But i'm saying that is supposed as a segue to you know I guess what come interesting monte platform. Because when i when cosimo mantra was aware of it i think we're not to those nineteen towards the end of that. It's sort of immediately struck me as okay. This is a pragmatic saint approach finally to the sharing of code across multiple platforms mobile. I've been involved by the way sort of number of initiatives over the years for free. Willion superstars shared code into office. Which is at least somewhat more sane approach but. I don't know if you guys have worked with john. I had to work jay. You know unfortunately goldstone feel like. That's one of those topics that if you can you usually avoid it. I guess yeah if you can avoid using it as well as we various we had to use it in their practical use. And it's one thing using stateless knight ridder touch it can function as in which you maybe media engine i. I just wanted to say on the topic of jane. I think this is. This is going to become a bit more interesting again now. Also with With all the topics around compulsive for desktop because of a bunch of lake system integrations. I dunno things like global hot keys or stuff the. jvm just doesn't really expose. so i think some some of the people at the forefront. They're wanting to write libraries. Yeah they might might have to go that route anyway. Yeah you know if if you're using it. I robot michael state library that district district functions wanting using your compete shared logic with the framework with the training involved with life cycle aspects. Dot is a different story completely debugging crush reports of So haven't gone through. That in us was having seen the sort of attempts sort of pulling in pushing us towards cross. Platform frameworks cottam. Okafor's was immediately. You know the caught cartoon. The cartoon obviously was an advantage a positive from my perspective but more generally i think it was a sane approach it was targeting shared logic target. Had kind of a mechanism in place where you could sort of. This is critical. You could incrementally adopted you know you start putting in for some small area. And i think that generally by today's still is that you start doing that in you take some particular business. Logic may be may be remote. Api endpoint access or so forth and then graduated up from there. And you know there's another kind of a discussion point around how you socialize that how you get in particular iowa's developers interested in an accepting of the but it's the topic himself but certainly certainly from that perspective. At least i think it's very important. Start small and and as the key thing about the type forums. It appealed point was that it had that capability that it it was lended itself to that sort of adoption. Yes so so just to kind of to recap your point. You feel that the that the main difference between cartland multi platform and these other cross platform. Toolkits is is what exactly that you can adopt them. Incrementally that you that you stay away from From what part would you say is kind of the most interesting here. This quite a few different aspects. I think cutting across different areas You know on one hand. I think If you've been involved in from at all you're very kevin gallagher and sort of pre advocates in and you know of this for some time and i think he did. He described it as a sort of perspective risk management as well. You know you're trying to you're trying to avoid locking out upsetting kita one key differentiator. A there's a. There's a number of them. I think but won't different areas. If you decide to use react native reuse flutter or use a variety of other coaches that have been there over. The years is a song that amount of of and and you know it's an all or nothing sort of approaching the with with commodity farm and it allows you to manage. You know you. Can you can sort of put in graduate. Start using it. Then the flip side of that is this touches on a couple of areas obviously but folks on sheriff business logic as ios an underdeveloped. I wanna use the best of breed technologies ideas get companies. That can when i on on iowa. Sony's combine that we have to frame of their likewise android. Cauchon coatings influence worth and that. That's the key difference here. You know that focus that you know it. I think touches on another area. I think we've got sort of a certain level of maturity culture monte platform where i think a good sign some regards that we've gone beyond okay. This is proof of concept What's it about renown sort of digging deeper into so architectures and different approaches. You can use. And i think this is is little bit as sort of a simplistic way sometimes mentioned quotas just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something so i think we've be careful. You know it is. Its main sort of setting point is is as focused on shared logic. I see a lot of discussions pushing further up the stack. You know the view model and potentially you you hear in the context composed nowadays. of course. why can't we to compose. and. I think there's a danger to honest. Econ generally too much of a dangerous on too far up and then it just becomes another spot framework. I think our approach in general

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"cartland" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"cartland" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"In different locations so our and yen and some some other or even do help with the financial reports for our Different companies yeah for sure. I mean what i meant with diety departments love. You is that you know. Generally one of the complaints that people have is if i have to maintain five different systems. And i have to worry about the integration between these and i have to worry emissions between these you have most of it in a single system then does but doesn't matter i mean somebody loves you i love you. It's okay to the point was love so we can move on from that okay. So aren't you. Love loves sport because we grew from like thirty people to eight people in two years. Yeah yeah exactly yeah. Eighteen people on the team. So that makes walk the third or fourth team at jetbrains third. I guess someone there okay. that's cool. Okay so let's talk a little bit about space under the covers. Because i'm assuming that this is built from the ground up with cartland. Yes yes so. So before we get into what is being used where let's just recap boarded is. This is a service side application. Which means that you access it from your browser but you can also access it from the desktop and from mobile both android and ios. Right there is already. There is the problem as raw as id plug in his. Are you planning support for windows. Phone may be may be in five later. Yes okay. I know a person. That's still has it so now that we've got this. So the the the obvious question is are you using currently multiplatform. Yes okay now. Let's dive into each aspect of it So let's take the service side. What technologies are using on the side of this now so the backend is written in cater. The trump town In front written in cotton react with which is actually just react with cotton rockers. And we use a stout components also wrapped in copland rubbers forefront and.

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"cartland" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

Paradigm Shift Wrestling

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

"Real. Quick would cut sean a little bit but a minor came back a little one more question and I was are no the answer for both of us because I'm in both leagues but I am one in one in one week and then to in another league and I should a beat his ass this week if it hadn't been for Saquon Barkley any only beaten by like a point something person with two separate nothing. And then you know what's even worse, Brandon. What's the other one I lost to the Moose? Loss. He's beaten vote now he's beaten rating and will. If you let a Canadian beach you in. American football. It's disgraceful. That's Not. What the thing is is if he wins the league, we're going to have to have his ass on this show. I wanted. I wanted wanting one lead only to. The the same record. Yep. So I'll I like this comment. So who who are we taking bets on Raves? Ravens. Question or will. Man. Dangerous game will. Right. Who's WHO's Got Hong feel? Well right now I think about. Who? WHO Who's playing it at home? I, think the chiefs are. Wow. Chiefs I. Looked down but she are but but the rate is I, think the rain has got him last year. So I. I I got to go with the chief in this one I. Just think that. They'll be ready for the modest I'm around. We'll get a great game plan. Jones cartland. Well, W ray out into up in the. Yeah But. The margins I've got to go I've got advocating ran. Getting mic drop last week. So with a foot Casey thing, I'm not picking Casey. I'll tell you any buttons Josh. Rubber but it's tough. It's really really tough ago. Baltimore's eighteen June our world coach. Every sale So that's a tough game call very tough game. They had a wakeup call last week. Yeah absolutely they did. But you know what? With that being said, are they really ready for that offense that Lamar Jackson's Brennan? And it's It's going to be a very close game. Irritate tasty has home advantage. I see the momentum coming their way..

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Algorithm question complicates TikTok sale

Squawk Pod

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Algorithm question complicates TikTok sale

"Detox for Tiktok. US operations have had a bit of a snag or maybe a an entire roadblock. This is all because of China's crackdown on its tech export rules which were announced last Friday a New Wall Street Journal reporter shows. that. The issue is that the APPS core algorithms and whether they can actually be included as part of a deal. Those algorithms determine which video served to users and the report from the Journal. Says that potential buyers consider that formula a large part of the value of Tiktok and it's still unclear whether China's government would have to sign off on that part of the. Sale guys this is another situation where the president trump has been ramping up his talks about how dead set he is on on his side of things and the Chinese government I obviously ramping up its side too. So I I think this may be more than just a snag even aside from this snags arise from this between the US and Chinese. Governments. You also have a question why bite daunted WanNa take only twenty, thirty billion. If all of that IP moves across to and and the bio or whether it's Microsoft someone else can use it to expand into all sorts of of other areas. If that's the case and true value comes with this machine learning algorithm and all and all the rest of it. Then twenty to thirty billion it doesn't seem like a fair price even if that buying twenty to thirty percent of the geographic reach of Tiktok Cartland tiktok is worth one, hundred billion or so. So it is a, it is a kind of tough one and the same time you would see that Microsoft might know ventured if they didn't get that. And that brings you back to a point where maybe by is better off not selling this as painful as it would be to see its US business, which is really a big part of its business shut down altogether they kind of a much higher price to sell everything or or not sell anything at all if you think of it that way. Or there's well, there's a third option. That is invaluable. because. There's obviously something in the AI that China may be afraid could get out there and the US hands or they don't want simple US companies to have that kind of technology as well. Remember you know people may be wondering why we're spending so much time talking about a short video format APP that's not it tick talks power not in the dancing the cats the combination of the two it's in the AI powered algorithms that enable them to basically say if you like this, you're gonna like that but the artificial intelligence appears to have maybe a lot more value than twenty or thirty billion at least to the Chinese government.

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"cartland" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Yeah, that's right we. We're actually a really early adopter. Curtains I think we picked it up zero point one or something like that. Again. This is kind of. Early on into the development, and it started out as an experiment, and we quickly sold the value in that so. We've been kind of through the Roller Coaster, courtesy and upgrades, and it's definitely being being worse than something that we're very happy to be able to leverage. Has It really been tough? Be Honest. Oh, yeah, for sure I mean. There's been a bunch of Good changes to carotenes. They've changed. Exception model. When we interest structure currency, a whole code be rewritten. But like I said for sure it's been worth it. Pretty much all of the changes. We've been really pleased with the the reasoning. It's a you know the blog posts that were put out on structure currency for example. Really convinced us that this was the right change to invest in, and just in general, the quality of the good health issues and So forth really Phyllis with love. Confidence that the team knows what they're doing, and it's worth worth it for us to go through the operate. What was the move from in terms of job? I mean we'll using something like Rx Java or similar. For Curtains Yeah. No we weren't using RX. A lot of the currency stuff is bolts. Nettie primitives. and. And, we were able to adapt Nettie into cocking carotenes, pretty, easily. We've been watching the caterer project since it came out. A very similar thing. I yeah. We both we both and stuff and top Nettie just because of the timing of when it happened. Yeah, and that is is heavily asynchronous. Right I mean the whole API asynchronous right? Yeah. That's right, yeah! I just had a couple of things to add about a routine because you asked us to be honest about what were the pain points? Yeah so I. I think first of all I. WanNa. Say The reason I think carotenes works well for us. Is that it lets you go from the ideas you have in your head about how a system is supposed to behave to code that actually models that system in a straightforward way, so I think structured currency is a great tool and a great way to think about and write the code for systems that have some currency in them so I think the model is super powerful. I like that the the carotenes project has sort of. Adopted, structured currency in a better way, changing the semantics of cancellation for example to fit that model, better and better as time has gone on. So that that I? Really like the thing I think that has been most challenging with Cobra teens is the lack of support in the tools for developing effectively so for example if you, if you think about developing single threaded code, we've been building to buggers for a long time and people really understand how to look at a stack trace and how to interact with it, and how to single step through code and do all these things to. TROUBLESHOOT and and Take the bugs out of your code. The carotenes world. Is Not like that yet, so the the support is getting better, but it's still not nearly like what we'd like it to be. So I find what happens is developer spent a lot of time kind of playing human compiler. You know looking at the code and trying to figure out exactly what it's going to do. Rather than the equivalent of of looking at a stack trace and figuring out what's happening so I think that's been our biggest pain. Point is the. Lack of lack of tools I think the model selfish great, if only the Cartland folks would know of a company that creates tools that I just wish there was someone we could talk to I. Know I had friends who can help us with this? I know I. Don't have to face and say I'm sorry I. Mean we are getting better as you know. And I think that part of it is also the stability of Codeine was experimental for some time but but we all working there is there. There's only so much that you can do in just adding more people doesn't necessarily increase that speed I mean in itself. Cotton team is is I think now the. Second largest team inside jet brains but we're working on it. Sorry I mean that's. You, don't you don't need to apologize I. Mean we certainly understand.

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"cartland" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on KOMO

"Likely be one of the biggest movies this summer is showing off more from ABC's Jason Nathanson that's our first extended look at the upcoming fast and furious nine please tell me that's not a Pontiac Fiero stress through a rocket engine presses I am now no no this does not impress all the craziness you've come to expect they got a magnet plane everything in franchise goes big even the trailer for minutes it's almost double the length of a regular trailer we also learned John Cena is joining the franchise's vin diesel's brother half nine in theaters may twenty second Jason Evans and ABC news Hollywood after three helicopter crashes the chairman of a key Senate committee is asking for an investigation into misconduct allegations of the whole wife field office of the Federal Aviation Administration this is ABC news traffic expect severe side wins overnight the most impacted areas could include the narrows bridge and call and the hood canal floating bridge construction northbound I. five exit one thirty to the collector distributor that'll be down to one lane for road work in in Tacoma state route sixteen in south thirty eighth street can expect delays for road work higher temperatures predicted overnight for all of the mountain passes so no problems expected but always be prepared for winter driving hi Mike Cartland como twenty four seven traffic good Saturday morning everybody we go from warm and wet and windy that Chile and shower is we had to this first weekend of February still a lot of rising rivers this morning but at least the.

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"cartland" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

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House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Hearings Right Here

World News Tonight with David Muir

06:23 min | 2 years ago

House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Hearings Right Here

"And we begin tonight with the Astorg next step in the impeachment inquiry at a very combative one that played out today. On Capitol Hill the heated proceedings in front of the House Judiciary Committee the witnesses. Constitutional Law Scholars. who were asked was president? Trump's conduct on Ukraine impeachable. Three witnesses telling the committee yes arguing. The president abused his power for his own personal political game. The Republican witness saying the Democrats. Don't have the evidence that this is being rushed and tonight the unexpected moment when one of the witnesses brought up the president's youngest son to make a point it was not well received by many tonight. She's apologizing president trump meanwhile L. flying back to Washington tonight and lashing out this evening. What we've learned the president's team already looking ahead to what they want it? A Senate trial Terry Moran Lead US off from the hill tonight tonight. It was a highly partisan and dramatic day the first high stakes hearing in the judiciary committee featuring constitutional scholars and the issue before the panel does the evidence show that what president trump did on Ukraine rises to the level of an impeachable. Offense President has shown us his pattern of conduct. If we do not ah act to hold them in check now. President trump will almost certainly try again to solicit interference in the election for his personal political legal game. But this is not an impeachment. This is just a simple railroad job in today's is a waste of time right out of the gate three out of the four scholars. The ones chosen by Democrats testified that the president should be impeached. And I just want to stress that if this were if what we're talking about is not impeachable the nothing is impeachable if we cannot impeach a president who abuses his office for personal advantage we no longer live in a democracy. That's why the framers created the possibility of impeachment. The very idea that the president might seek the aid of a foreign government in his reelection campaign would have horrified them based on the evidentiary record. That is what President Trump has done Stanford law professor. Pamela Carlin said the president's alleged actions withholding nearly four hundred million dollars in USA approved by Congress simply for personal political. Gain has never happened before the evidence reveals a president who used the powers of his office to demand that a foreign government participate in undermining competing candidate for the presidency. Tendency Garland said over the Thanksgiving holiday. She read every with this transcript and she pointed out what she found. Most troubling and the most chilling line for me of the entire process was the following ambassador. Silence said he had to announce the investigations. He's talking about a presence Alinsky had to announce the investigations he. He didn't actually have to do them as I understood it. And then he said I never heard Mr Goldman anyone say that the investigations had to start or had to be completed. The only thing I heard from Mr Giuliani or otherwise was they had to be announced in some form and what I took that to mean was this was not about whether Vice President Biden actually actually committed corruption or not. This was about injuring. Somebody who the president thinks of as a particularly a particularly hard opponent donents but law professor Jonathan Turley called by Republicans said he did not vote for trump but he is still troubled by the Democrats impeachment inquiry in an agitated good time in our country. I get it. You're mad. The president's mad my Republican friends are mad. My Democratic friends. Rents are mad. My wife is mad. My kids are mad. Even my dog seems mad. He's a Democrats. Don't would have the evidence they need. There's a difference between requesting investigations and a quid pro quo. You need to stick the landing on quid pro quo. You need to get the evidence to support it. It might be out there. I don't know but it's not in this record. And he added. The Democrats are rushing this. It's a the perfect storm. You set an incredibly short period. Demand a huge amount of information and when the president goes to court you then impeach him in Nixon listen to the courts and Nixon lost and that was the reason. Nixon resigned house speaker. Nancy Pelosi Oh surging house democrats quote. Are you ready. While Vice President Mike Pence Rallying Republicans to turn up the heat on the Democrats and back in that hearing room. Republicans were were furious when one of those law professors argued that the constitution does not make trump a king driving the point home with a quip about the president's son done so while the president can name his son Barron. He can't make him a baron. When you invoke the president sons named here when you try to make a little joke out out of referencing Barron trump that does not lend credibility to your argument? It makes you look mean it makes you look like you're attacking someone's family the minor child of the president of the United States. So let's see if we can get into the facts to all of the witnesses. If you have personal knowledge of a single material fact in the shift report please raise your hand and let the record reflect no personal knowledge of a single fact so after that moment today. Let's get to Terry Moran Tonight as live on the hill in Terry I the apology. Not just in tonight from that law scholar who brought up the president's youngest son that's right Stanford Law Professor Pamela Cartland at the end of the hearing said this I want to apologize for what I said earlier about the president's son. It was wrong of me to do that it was. I wish the president would apologize. Obviously for the things that he's done that are wrong but I do regret having he said that. In the meantime Terry where does this go from here. It seems to be moving very quickly and news tonight from the president's legal team suggesting they believe a Senate trial is a certainty. And what do they want a senior trial. The president is a tough litigator and he's planning a scorched earth defense they want a full Senate trial including the president wants to the ability to call witnesses. Braff perhaps live in the Senate chamber itself He wants the Republican leadership has already blocked out the entire month of January. This is essentially eventually away and no one should be surprised at the president using the trial to put his accusers on trial.

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"cartland" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"With uh springing Kotlin native where you Oh have just a compiler and you have some coat and you can write some code and run it On the command line with a compiler. Obviously then you'll use idea whatever what does make the barrier of entry easier to teach people programming as opposed to I having them jump over over that you know the the bar of the JVM and the virtual machine and all of these things. What are your thoughts around that I I don't have any experience with clean native been following the development. Never used it well. Yeah the the students need to install Jedi K.. But well they because they can use the embedded educated comes from the ID to to due to be able to run the it but they still need the ID distill are doing a consolidation in the beginning. I'm not a chore. That improvement would be Significant I think that using rebels eventually starting with web-based based Ripples it's it's a good thing because it allows us allows them to very easily trying to in writing expressions and debilitating expressions but I don't. I'm not convinced that using hotly native will be significant improvement on on the first course. But what's your opinion poll. I was mostly agree with you. I was just saying I was going wing procedures just this for example when initially we started to use Scotland the cones. Okay the the fact that there are Cohen's online On breaking that in breaking down that barrier or of entering the ECO system in addition to the fact that got there there is cotton native. We are seeing much effort. A great deal of effort going to that from jet rains it give it increase our confidence. The fact that cotton is becoming multiplatform increases. Our confidence that we can in fact to this risk because it is a risk end and for the most part I we must align that we also agreed that Java scrip- It is a great contended that that means that we are also considering the use of javascript. Web Bob from the one from the since the first semester currently the the immediate Kosovo action is to bring coughing semester to use it for in programming on one end mostly because we have high confidence that this will work the great because of the efforts that are going around onto it by a jeff brains in particular multiplatform uncoupling native ended up The existence of of the environments or tools such as a raffle and a replica is a big deal for us because we need students to have immediate feedback they try something and see the result immediately in that is a major point for us and actually it is a downside in Java. We don't ever great rebel or example such as the Cohen's at least not to my knowledge. I know that there is Jay Shell. But I'm not a fan of it. I must confess. So Yeah Cotton native contributes attribute to to this because but mostly because of the confidence that That's a fair point. I mean a lot of people have used that argument of I don't I don't need to know the JVM in all of this to its to stop programming. But yet I mean yes if you download the tool it it has an embedded one that you can use the replicas you say and the co-owns sounds cool. The last topic I want to discuss a little bit. Is that Both of you. I think were mentioning that you are involved in in the car and see courses while right so yes where is where are you with cotton in on this because obviously you know that you know we do The whole routines and stone and see how what what are you using right now to teach Garnsey. Well we we start with the basic softgen currency and synchronization and we use Java and Jvm and we use and we spend a couple of weeks Talking about the basic synchronization primitives that we in Java as well as teaching the students to create their own primitives using Monitors and walks and conditions But stealing synchronous world and then in the second off of course we move into an asynchronous world old and then in there we use allback based development in Java and then we switch to C. Sharp and use a sink away mostly for a synchronous programming but we'd the recent well not so recent election of Carotenes also we the popularization of reactive models. It's it's it's in our bland's to consider introducing Does subject as well in in the context of these Concurrent current programming namely carotenes. I think that Carotenes are a great asynchronous programming model. They don't solve concur Assi a completely but they are a big step towards A synchronous programming ramming I I. I used to joke that when when when I started working more in Java in the JVM dist the the the the main thing that I missed from HR WASN'T CINCO White. It was the main thing and it it was lacking in the JVM and now we'd carotenes and also with project loomed at Oracle is working. I think that we are going to have also very interesting asynchronous story in the JVM so we currently don't teach carotenes but it's dead would definitely in in our plans because it's not only the curtains model but also the the structure at cken currency. They seem very ah sought out and also They provide the students with a good framework radim work of reasoning on these things. I wanted to add something if you if you allow me. For example a the bedroom was mostly talking about a course a mandatory course which is a a concurrent programming third year Mandatory course but for example again here we can play rounding our elective courses. The mobile device programming course that accuses android as the subject in the current semester. We are playing to stock using carotenes. Yes because we write our code and Katelyn end because coatings are there so we're going to try it at although this although the can currency is not our main concern in enjoyed in actually every real world platform currencies. Just they're in Andhra. Treat for instance we have a concurrent model based on message passing insole of the issue shoot about synchrony and therefore according seem to be like what we need to express a synchronous A computations and conclusions are continuations in appropriate Threat so we are going to give it a try D. Semester for the for Stein In in discourse you selected course. It's good thing that you brought that up. Because that's where I was kind of heading right because I mean if if you WANNA keep Bob. If you're saying that you're influenced being influenced by the way you want to try and get the divide. The people that leave ready. You know it's very that android development is committed. Pretty much to carotenes right now so we're already using Jeff Beck and whatnot so we are up to date with what is wholesome. It do you think overall the experience has been good would have you. Would you want something different or is there something that was missing. That would have made it easier for you in in all of this process of adopting Kotlin. Well honestly it's been great. I'm sorry seems it seems it seems it's awkward but it's it has been great. I I live reality where I had to use Java Avenue in the real world android application and I suffered physical things and now I'm happy that's great too. I don't know why you're saying it seems almost like an advertising. Yeah I'm sorry okay one of you pedals. Please say something Say something negative I will I will I will. I'm not directly directly involved in preparing coddling for The for programming One on one but one of the things that that is lacking king is a good introduction book. That doesn't assume that the person or the student or any notes already knows Java of a or already knows object oriented programming so ditching the first concepts for someone that doesn't know any Programming at all using clean. It's something that we at least I didn't found a good Material so can I. Can I give you some good news. There is or have you looked at Atomic Kotlin. I've looked at it. It seems to be still working in. It's going to be finished very very soon because my colleagues is actually working on it And is going to be finished very very soon and that really does assume I mean does a lot of content there already but it's It it kind of it does assume that you don't know programming. Let Alone Java I'm looking at the layout and yeah it seems like soaked. Yeah so check that out. If you have any feedback she'll be happy to hear it. So but yes but it is also true that a lot of our documentation is heavily biased towards the Java developer. And you know you probably saw just recently I I. I wrote a blog post with a collection of forces and material for people that are coming from dot net that don't Know Java in the JVM and how to get started it but this is something we are working on right but it takes time to kind of quote unquote clean up od. Java is Java. Is I just made that up. Steve the Java is our documentation but but the thing is that we can complete the job. Is it either because people that our job developers that arc coming to Cartland they also want to say okay. So what is the equivalent of this in Java. Or how do I do this with Java right we've got aww cater to everyone essentially. Yes great cool. What has been wonderful having you all? Thank you for taking the time to come on. It's the for me as I said. It's really exciting to see Kotlin being adopted in academia because I I truly believe in in Cartland could be that far S- language where we teach people how to do programming So so it's great to hear that you've had success with it and I hope that would the introduction of the first year course it will even be better. Thanks for having US thank you thank you take. Thank you.

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"cartland" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

12:11 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"You know, I don't want to so you're not an end get you, you're not into the marvel cinematic universe. All right. Thank you. Thank you. So I four say Jimmy to watch all of the marvel we didn't do this week, by the way. Nice to watch it like chronologically rather than when it like. Yeah. Rather than when they actually came out, we'll go rather than the release, you want to do the actual chronological, but I felt like I need to make conscious decisions d at some point. I think you know, in Jan, you know, just make a nears resolution or you could start it now. And by you know by twenty two end of twenty twenty you will have watched all of the marvel movies in. So then. So can I kind of answer your question there? Ted or your reply to your statement regarding gopher Arnold, in a cabin in the woods or whatever. So, my opinion is that he's not the Terminator who. And that instead, that's the guy that he was modeled that the Terminator was modeled after and it's actually, the human dude that well, yeah, it's like the human guy that his based on that the Terminator's look is based on. Right. So then that's kind of where they got the mold in a sense, was this guy and then somehow they're going to double up the guy. I don't even know. I'm just pulling this. But it just riffing off. Yeah. They're just gonna double up the guy screenwriting here. It's great to like impersonate, the Terminator, two freak out the other terminators, something even though he's like the human version that the Terminator was modeled after. Silence. I like the sell you know, hey, if that turns out to be the story, then you and James Cameron have a mind meld going. Oh man. I love it. I love it. I know. Well that's an that's through Spock. Right. So back, what do you what do you think? This is the this is the most like feminine. This feels like a post metoo Terminator. We have a we have a grace of extra MacKenzie Davis. Everything she does is such a powerful character. She has such a powerful presence. You know, I loved halted catch fire, which is a TNT series short lived, I think, but she has such a presence in power that. It's a great space to play against Linda Hamilton. Which is like, the, the Uber female prototype of hero. You know, do you feel like this is a is something that kind of Parkin's back to a spay? Well, it harkens back to space and it revisits hero with this new female heroine. I guess I, I mean, I think it'll be interesting to see what they do with. Sarcomas. Cartland Hamilton's Carter. I think she did that pretty bought us to salt went, so how, how far can it guy in this different ability? Yeah. Just been read interested to see what they do with the current of the end. I think that's to me where it gets. The most interesting is that you can show them as being ready, powerful independent as leading the way and equals, I suppose, but, but it's what you do with them the, to me, rainy, monsters. I'm right. So I think the fact that, that full grabbed it is exciting. It's really great that every needing the way in that respect. Yeah. Jury's out with a guy. What I love about this teasers that well for one, they love their big truck chases. You know. But the second thing though is MacKenzie Davis when it starts its teased almost as though it's the beginning of a young Linda Hamilton. So you're not sure where in the time line. And then you see kind of that abrasion on the skin, and you're like, well, what's that? And then all of a sudden, obviously here comes Linda Hamilton kicking ass like she always does. And then you're like, okay, cool. I see where this is going now. So you are bringing back a lot of a lot of the old characters old actors into the into the fray. And the MacKenzie Davis character isn't strictly just a young Sarah Connor, like that, that I first few seconds. Try and lead you to believe at least in my opinion. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. You didn't know where we were. Exactly. And that's the beauty of the Terminator's, I think just in general, is it could be at any point from nineteen eighty three to two thousand. Because they always come back within that window of time. Right. Can I ask what why why is it could a teaser? Am I missing to naked? A teaser is because to me that trailer. It's doesn't need to have the web teaser in it. I couldn't agree with. I couldn't agree more. Yeah. Yeah. I think I think trailer junkies podcast is definitely in tune with the way or talking back in the green mentioned like this is called the teaser trailer. And it's emblazoned on everything they put out. But to me, teaser trailer speaks more to a time line and to expectations as to actual content tax. So another words, they're just throwing out stuff to get you tease a fast few. Yeah. And a teaser trailer can have as much or as little exposition, and as, as your as the studio wants to give or feels like they need to give and because this is such an iconic franchise. They kind of need to plant the stake in the ground and kind of a stab all the characters that are going to be in where we are in the linear. Especially when we're doing a sequel to something that is going to throw out the last two to three movies three movies put us into place where we're not a prequel not a sequel were intricate that it's like in the in the time line of the first movies of the franchise, we're going to go in the middle of it and just interject ourselves in there. And I think that continue with what Beck was saying, though. So to say, like why is considered a teaser, or whatever isn't saying, teaser trailer like redundant though, because I mean, isn't that the point of a trailer is teased? The movie. Yes. So then it's like well that looks cool. I'm gonna go see that regardless if there's exposition, content and time line. I mean you just see a bunch of cool scenes and some trailers, I mean, they do kind of follow a linear path that you that, that appear to be linear and other trailers, just, just quick jump cuts all over the place. You have no idea what they are. But they're not considered a teaser, you know. And so. Then decide whether or not you're gonna go see the movie based on the trailer that came out Eck when you were cutting trailers, or trailer city have cut have you been told that this is it might be a language thing might be an industry. L A industry versus London industry. But have you been focused on sells like when we focus on something we'll say, like we need the kids sell on this. We need the, the comedy cell or who's the audience. Yeah. Like who's the audience? Right. And like with, with reissues it's kind of a different thing. But what does this hit you as a specific cell? Yeah. So you will ways established from the distributor of the film maker, I'm taking a watt that as what we know you have to be on the same page with your demographic. And so what my demographic is what that demographic is may defer. But I have to be on that page pretty much. We always stopped, not any on. Otherwise, you'll end up building something for the wrong market in. Coming start again. So I think that's quite an important things stopped radio is who is this, who's the cell? Yeah. Definitely. And I think that I think the, the, the my issue with that is that it becomes this internal dialogue, and they say this is not consumer facing like we're not going to say that this is the female cell of this of this of this movie, but I think, in the internet world it kind of does a disservice to the, the trailer editor and won the trailer end the, the executives are all on the same page, but it goes out in the world. And then a fan boy picks it up. You know, like a fan by picks up something that was meant for the family sell their obviously, going to hate it, because it wasn't meant for them. You know, then you got these things where like these editors in Twitter sphere. People are like railing on, on specific trailers that were never meant intended for them as the audience. And then they say, well, this move is going to be horrible because look at what they put out his marketing for it. And when we're marketing in niches, they're seeing every. Anything because they love it so much. And then they take you know, they take these things that aren't intended for their viewing as the intention of the overall film. But we're just trying to win the demographic. And I guess that's why the online platform, maybe the industry in the online film, haven't quite caught up with each of the is that if that was going to be for TV spill all cinemas, bolts, or cinema trailer. That is very restricted places that you would play the within very restricted audiences. Very restricted times of day even. Yeah. And so you'd be much more likely that sent node incidentally, see them. Whereas now, online is disciple of the I'll say it's Matija see any kind of content for feature whereas before it would be much more controllable, is I love a tweet. I read this week about sonic, the hedgehog sonic, the hedgehog got pushed to February of next year, February twenty twenty because there is a huge backlash to the design of the actual edge hog and a tweet came across saying, like, I'm, I'm glad they're redoing the sonic. But I'm very sad that the people that complained about it aren't going to see the movie anyway. Well, and I think backing up to what we were talking about with the releases of older movies, you know, the Terminator twos. And so on. I mean really the reality is only the fan boys. We're going to go see those anyway, I mean, so you're not even I mean that's already who you're speaking to buy rereleasing it. Well, the fan boys and their children, if they're lucky enough to have them. Well, okay. Sure. But what I'm saying though is the driving force behind that is the fan. Boy, you're not gonna get somebody who's like, oh, maybe I'll go see that I never saw before that distributes public disagree, or the who have is behind the film. They will always be appetizing to, and you will instill aways. Come to me. It will try to house and say, look, we want to try and reach new people say, oh, okay. I live in hope. Okay. I mean, I suppose you need to because that's you know, you wanna make the most money possible, and you want the most, you know, the broadest audience. But, I mean, my opinion is if you haven't seen it by now you're probably not going to see it. You know what I mean? And if you have seen it, and you've loved it either through, like a home medium, whether that's DVD's VHS laser discs, back in the day and all that stuff. And you didn't have in. Maybe you were too young to go see it in the theater, and you're like, whoa, that's cool. I wanna go see in the theater now. I mean but it's still speaking to that fan. Boy audience. I have a feeling and that's where yeah, you're always going to get the fam- boys angry at you for some reason, you know because that's just what they are their families. You know, it's like when a new product comes out, you could have the greatest camera in the world. And then a new camera gets released and then all the people who love their cameras are like, oh, but it doesn't do like whatever video fail. I think you have to go all the way back to Plato Aristotle to say that, you know, the, the idea of the chair, you know, the idea that chair is perfect, and that when you send a craftsperson to make a chair that share that is in our world, and functioning as chair is never going to meet the conceptual space of chair, you know, so I think all what do you say fan? Boy, it kind of does a disservice to them that, that they are just like railing against things..

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"cartland" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"He was the state champ in shot and was the valedictorian. It also gives Nebraska their first lead of the game with thirteen to twelve or two free. Throws the thirteen fifty one to play here in this first hand Robertson, the left hand wag it goes. It has been banged back out front RJ March second travel the game for the guards is hard villes. Put it on the floor and gives it right back Nebraska. Yeah. Third turnover of the game by the frogs frogs have gone cold after a hot start here. They're over their last four with a couple of turnovers on the other two trips down the floor. Four court true. Blood catches gives up. Palmer Palmer with it. Bought by Roberts hit by Bank blocked by JD. That was Kevin Sango corner. Right. Not a problem for three shortly attempt bay revamp break their paint pushes them hard to the fourth quarter corner right to J T Miller Miller is going to skip it back out front now to Alex Robinson, Tim miles one of the goal till that block. Here's Robertson the left wing. Back out front comes to RJ name heart fourteen on the shot clock gives to J T Miller Miller between the circles with it all the four back back out. Yard assumes. All J. T miller. Glenn Watson Robinson. But five of the shot clock. Wanna right now, it goes JD for the jumper. Missed it. Rebound ripped out of there by four Cartland boy shorts of strength right there. Tom are gonna walk it up now for Nebraska. Out of the top with it. Now's Watson or cart with all the floor to Samuel hands it off. Now Palmer will the move. A jumper from the top kicks into the quarter now for the deep three that doesn't go on Robertson steps all the flooded. Glenn Watson three shots upcoming here for Alex Robinson where the foul who's upset at somewhat. But not excel. House at the free throw line now for three. Right here in front of us. Careless foul thereby Robinson. To do that. Given Watson an opportunity adhere to his quickstart. This is the first free throw Keith Kimbell with an explanation of Alex Robinson. Watson some Eighty-one percent free. Throw shooter. Watches, brother. Dmitry was a three time all big ten picket. Illinois started his career did Watson at Saint Joe's..

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"cartland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Lisa lacerra, Fox News. The school board in Broward County, Florida voting to keep a man in charge who was in charge during the Marjory stoneman Douglas high school shooting in place, the board voted six to three to keep Robert Runcie a superintendent, but not without much debate for many hours. Kelly Shanley said Runcie is what the district needs. There are so many great things happening under his leadership under your leadership, but board member Nora Rupert says she's heard the cries for change loud and clear Cartland seventeen families have asked for the superintendent to resign. It should not be difficult to do the right thing and standing nudity with those families had been criticized in the wake of last year's deadly shooting. But he says he's ready now to work with the board for chain. Fox's grenell? Scott, preventing suicides among veterans, the Trump administration, creating a new cabinet level task for mission is to mobilize every level of American society to save the lives of our great veterans. And support our heroes in need. We've worked very hard on choice for the veterans, and so many other program veterans affair Secretary, Robert Wilkie will run the task force. It will also include the Defense Secretary the secretary of health and human services and homeland security and the president again talking about the expanded inquiry was business dealings, my House Democrats to disgrace to disgrace to our country house intelligence committee announced yesterday, it's requesting documents from more than eighty then groups connected with the president federal authorities opening their own investigation the police shooting last year in Sacramento, an unarmed black man, the announcement came after a California attorney general hobby by Sarah announced he would not file criminal charges against the two officers involved. The Sacramento county district attorney also declined to file charges. This is Fox News. And not.

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"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Parties that the came on in London, they they used to change and the prince of Wales changes can three times recognizing the yet the bright young people really started quite simply they were bored. And they told what we do. So they played follow leader through Selfridge's played paper. Chase down the underground. Barbara Cartland married twice and had three children and over she worked writing fiction and journalism through life. She didn't approve a feminism. Or is she called it women's lib is women's lib was broken up the guidelines. I say what I say is that if you met somebody you love, it's your fault. If he goes off the rails. It's your fault. You the what God's you hustled? You've got keeping away from Deb, Deb, you've got to make it so happy so thrilled with you that he doesn't want another woman. In fact, Barbara Cartland really didn't like women at all on the whole. I find women while the tough I find that not they intelligence spiteful. I find women just be a little pricky Baio back. And of course, if they get the chance, they'll take your husband your lover that's a woman's job. All right. And then you've got fight that women made up the bulk of her readership and her fans were very loyal. So what did they get? From her books if you were a Barbara Cartland fan you bought and devoured her books because just like your favorite breakfast cereal. So you weren't looking for anything out of the ordinary so the plots kind of repeated correct mostly historical romances, but in terms of literary merit now, regardless of their literary merit Barbara Cartland books did sell and they were translated all over the world. When Joe mcaleer had finished interviewing Barbara Cartland about her books. She played hostess she announced it was time for tea. So we went next door to a very ground dining room, the table was Laden with cakes of every shape and size. But before we could have RT the dogs have their T. So she cut huge pieces of cake and put them on China plates, and then place them on the floor for the dogs and fill cups of tea for the dogs. Once the dogs done, then we could have our T. And I remember they were some large picture windows behind her while we were having tea her Butler was what she said exercising. Her way Rolls Royce driving around in circles in the driveway. She's quite proud of her of her Rolls, Royce. Whether she was showing off about a Rolls, Royce or making grandiose claims about her writing, she seemed utterly unselfconsciously. She would go on and say how her novels were. So historically, correct that they were used in universities America to teach history that can't be intrigued, absolutely untrue untrue. She perhaps convinced herself. It was true. Do you think those figures of hundreds of millions sold are true? I think they are true. Because there there have been studies statistical analysis of the bestselling authors, and she's always up there. She was a one woman publicity machine. Totally outrageous. But totally sincere to this was you know, who she was. And who she wanted the world to see her as she was a sorta fairytale Princess of a sort to care about fairy tale princesses. There was a connection with Princess, Diana. Yes, shot she was Princess Diana's, step grandmother. So her daughter rain, married Diana's, father, Lord, Spencer when I met her. It was at the height of the kind of Charles, Diana romance. She was very proud of the Princess who she saw as the center for Fe -cation of everything that she believed in in terms of romantic love. I remember she did not go to the Royal wedding. She I believe said that she didn't want to upstage the bride. Barbara katainen was almost eighty at the time of Prince Charles's marriage to Diana, Spencer, apparently immune to self doubt. She claimed that if she was ever stuck for a storyline cheat simply pray for one. I leave tremendously in prayer. Plot you won't believe this. But they substitute on the gospel. I say God, please God give me a plot. Plotting takes Sunday's Guinness Book records, the average a train table. Besides writing, Barbara katainen championed all sorts of causes better conditions for midwives writes for Britain's Romany people she was evangelical about various alternative health treatments from vitamins and Honey to ginseng with her clear branding celebrity connections. Joe mcaleer believed she would have fit in well on twenty-first-century social media. She was an extraordinary self-assured entrepreneur.

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"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wipe your family. Loretta decker. Speaking from Lonzo meadows in northern new found land to Alex last. So what more do we know about what the Vikings were doing in that part of the world. I'm joined now by professor Judith Yash specialist in the north people and traditions at the university of Nottingham if you could just set the scene for us I in general terms about where the Vikings stand in the spread of European history. The Vikings is a name we give to people who have their origins in Scandinavia, so Norway Denmark, and Sweden, and what happened between the eighth and the eleventh centuries of the Christian era, they became a global phenomenon. I'm they spread east south and west. They reached the Black Sea the Caspian Sea the Mediterranean North Africa. And of course, they also headed west to the shells. And then across the North Atlantic all the way to the North American continent as you've just heard why were they such inveterate travellers and successful travelers given that I mean, we must. Remember that they were traveling across the seas in relatively tiny exposed boats. They were tiny and exposed, but they were very well engineered. I think the the ships and boats of the Vikings are the key to their successful travels. But I think they also had a sense of adventure. They were on the lookout for opportunities of various kinds of settling or trading or indeed of ratings as they did in in Britain. When you say rating that there is a tradition of rape and pillage which goes along with the the stories of Vikings certainly in Britain. Well, I I think writing in and trading sort of went together if you're trading and have a valuable objects with you, then you going to want to defend them. And certainly when they came to Britain, if they found undefended towns or monasteries or farmsteads they would take what they needed. So there's no doubt that the rating went on. I'm rape is a bit more difficult to demonstrate archaeologically and is not really mentioned in the sources. So I think that's a bit of a myth good. We've established that there are others myths surrounding him. But were they are warlike people. I mean, if you're traveling to new lands, I presume you're going to be prepared to meet whatever confronts you, well, they they were skilled at using weapons certainly in as I've said that they had to defend themselves. If you you're going into strange territory and certain aspects of of their culture and religion suggests that in general, the male members of the Vikings were very able warriors. They did what they have to do. I don't think they were necessarily more violent than anyone else in that age. I think it was a violent ages. Indeed, most ages are and we heard there that the colony in what they referred to as vindamme lasted only about twenty years doing if it was completely abandoned with any Vikings left at other DNA records that would suggest that perhaps there is Viking blood mixed with the indigenous of the people of the Americas. Well as you heard. In the piece the inland is quite a large area. And at the moment, the settlement Atlanta meadows is are on the definite evidence that Scandinavians reached North America. The reason it says the open quite describe it as a colony up the way station, perhaps that it only lasted twenty years is because the archaeologists can tell that the houses were never repaired and in that climate after twenty years he would expect to have to repair the buildings. So they use that as a base there may have been other bases that we haven't found yet. But I don't think they really establish themselves in North America. They were just occasional visits. But we do know from some written sources that they were still going to labrador for timber into the fourteenth century. So I think they were still travelling in that direction. We just haven't found any evidence other than Lenzi meadows up until now, and we're still looking are we people in your field because you got the source material in the Norse sagas. Yes. That we're reliant on archaeological finds to establish any further. Details. Others archaeological finds still emerging today. I'm not aware of anything new totally convincing from North America. No. But I do know that there are people looking, and and I think there is there is some work in high Arctic Canada, which shows that Scandinavians were trading with the indigenous people up there, but that might just be trading. It might not actually be any kind of settlement. Professor judith. Yes. From the university of Nottingham, many things next a quintessentially British story, but one which has resonance around the world, you may have noticed in the past couple of weeks news surrounding the queen's New Year's honours list. This is the time of year when the establishment in this country recognizes the work done in a variety of fields by handing out medals and titles. Well in the New Year's honours list for nineteen Ninety-one the best selling author Barbara Cartland was made a Dame Dame. I'm Barbara became a well-known personality late in life because of her romantic fiction and her Royal connections. Gusty read has been trolling through the archives to bring you a taste of a very British celebrity..

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"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sandra, oh is worded best actress for killing e I said, yes to the fear of being on the stage tonight because because I wanted to be here to look into this audience and witnessed this moment of change. Green book was the nights. Biggest winner picking up three prizes for his tail of nineteen sixties racial segregation. And Christian bale won for best comedy in. Vice finally sport India's cricketers of won their first series in Australia after rain brought a premature end to the test match in Sydney, the draw gave the visitors a two one series victory and achievement hailed by their captain. Vera, colle- success cements India's ranking as the best test side in the game. And that's the latest BBC news. Hello. This is the history. Our with Pearson this week a victory for left-wing rebels in El Salvador in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s the excesses of an east European communist dictator Nikolai Ceaucescu in Romania a summer of happiness in Rio and the extraordinarily prolific British author Dame Barbara Cartland remembered in all her pink glory, but we begin with the story of a discovery which shook up the way we have understood the human capacity for travel and adventure for a long time. A very long time Christopher Columbus. And his crew were credited with having been the first Europeans to have set foot in the continent of North America. In fact, his first landfall in fourteen ninety two was on islands. We now refer to as the West Indies because he thought he had sailed all the way round from Europe to Asia, but that's a little bit irrelevant. Because as Alex last now reports there was a more recent discovery which proved that the Vikings were actually the first Europeans to make it to north. America some one thousand years ago..

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"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The world last year. Virgin heroines and a slightly unconventional working practice which involved reclining on a sofa and dictating her stories off the top of her head. Is there and my sister sits behind me, I tell a story I see it happening. See when when she's upstairs, typing back half the chapter, which was just understood in bowsman words. I do between six and seven. It's all based on a formula. Each book is the same number of pages by the end of the first chapter the heroin to whom you've been introduced we'll have already met the man of her dreams, usually they have an argument, and you know, that they're going to work it out towards the end writer and historian Joe mcaleer met Barbara Cartland at her country house just outside London while he was researching a book on the history of romantic fiction in the mid one thousand nine hundred eighty s so what was that? Like, absolutely extraordinary, the setting first of all was totally done in two colors, pink her signature pink and Nile blue because she had had an out of body experience in Egypt. Once she of course, had on a pink gown. She had a shock of white hair. The most gigantic false eyelashes, which seemed to have a kind of mind of their own us. They kind of started about she had her. Beloved Pekinese on her lap. And she held court. Barbara Cartland was born into a not particularly wealthy family at the beginning of the twentieth century. She worked away into British high society becoming one of the bright young things he partied hard in the wake.

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"cartland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"World War. The fancy dress parties that the came on in London, they they used to change and the prince of Wales changes clothes three times. Recognizing the wild west party when everybody came in wild west coast with people come as the person, you want to be the the bright young people really started quite simply they were bored. And they told watch we do so they played leader through Selfridge's played paper. Chase down the underground. Barbara Cartland married twice and had three children. And although she worked writing fiction and journalism through life. She didn't approve of feminism or as she called. It women's lib is women's lib was broken up the guidelines. I say if you met somebody you love it your fault. If he goes off the rails. It's your fault. You the what God's your husband? You got keep him away from Debbie if you've got to make it so happy so thrilled you that? He doesn't want another woman. In fact, Barbara Cartland really didn't like women at all on the whole. I find women while the tough I find they're not they intelligence spiteful. I find women just be a little tricky Baio back. And of course, if they get the chance, they'll take husband your lover, there's a woman syllable, right? And then you can't fight. But women made up the bulk of her readership and her fans were very loyal. So what did they get from her books? If you were a Barbara Cartland fan you bought and devoured her books because just like your favorite breakfast cereal. You weren't looking for anything out of the ordinary so the plots kind of repeated correct mostly historical romances, but in terms of literary merit now. Megalpolis if their literary merit Barbara Cartland books did sell and they were translated all over the world. When Joe McIntyre had finished interviewing Barbara Cartland about her books. She played hostess she announced it was time for tea. So we went next door to vary. Ground dining room table, was Laden with cakes of every shape and size. But before we could have RT the dogs had to have their T. So she cut huge pieces of cake and put them on China plates, and then place. Them on the floor for the dogs and filled cups of tea for the dogs. Once the dogs are done, then we could have RT, and I remember they were some large picture windows behind her while we were having tea her Butler was what she said exercising. Her way Rolls Royce driving around in circles in the driveway. She's quite proud of her for Rolls, Royce. Whether she was showing off about a Rolls, Royce making grandiose claims about her writing, she seemed utterly unselfconsciously. She would go on and say how her novels were. So historically, correct that they were used in universities in America to teach history that can't be intrigued, absolutely untrue untrue. She perhaps convinced herself. It was true. Do you think those figures of hundreds of millions sold are true? I think they are true. Because there there have been studies statistical analysis of the bestselling authors, and she's alw-. Always up there. She was a one woman publicity machine, totally outrageous. But totally sincere to this was you know, who she was. And who she wanted the world to see her as she was a sort of fairy tale Princess of a sort took him back fairy tale princesses there was a connection with Princess, Diana. Yes. She was Princess Diana's step grandmother. So her daughter rain, married Diana's, father, Lord, Spencer when I met her. It was at the height of the kind of charles-diana romance. She was very proud of the Princess who she saw as. Personification of everything that she believed in terms of romantic love. I remember she did not go to the Royal wedding. She I believe said that she didn't want to upstage the bride Barbara continent was almost eighty at the time of Prince Charles's marriage to Diana, Spencer, apparently immune to self doubt. She claimed that if she was ever stop for a storyline sheet. Simply pray for one. I'd leave tremendously in prayer one plot you won't believe this this up situ on the gospel. I say to God, please, God give me a plot. Plotting to nice radical. The average Seibu ksi..

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"cartland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cartland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Paperbacks over the world last year. Virgin heroines in a slightly unconventional working practice which involved reclining on a sofa and dictating her stories off the top of her head. Is there and my Sixers sits behind me. I tell a story I see it happening. You'll see when she's upstairs typing back half the chapter, which was just under certain words. Do between six and seven. It's all based on a formula. Each book is the same number of pages by the end of the first chapter the heroin to whom you've been introduced, we'll have already meant the man of her dreams, usually they have an argument, and you know, that they're going to work it out towards the end writer and historian Joe mcaleer met Barbara Cartland at her country house just outside London while he was researching a book on the history of romantic fiction in the mid nineteen eighties. So what was that? Like, absolutely extraordinary, the setting first of all was totally done in two colors, pink her signature pink and Nile blue because she had had an out of body experience in Egypt. Once she of course, had on a pink gown. She had a shock of white hair the nurse gigantic false eyelashes, which seemed to have a kind of mind of their own us. They kind of started about she had her beloved Pekan. News on her lap. And she held court Barbara continent was born into a not particularly wealthy family at the beginning of the twentieth century. She worked to way into British high society becoming one of the bright young things who partied hard in the wake of the first.

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Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

"Seventy nine percent of last year's mass casualty attacks came with warning signs that were either missed or ignored here's a possible one that got noticed tom tom now for the index and fiery rescue in aurora illinois dash cam video showing good samaritans pulling driver from a burning car police arriving to see jose martinez and devon johnson dragging him away from the flames the driver treated for burns and other injuries authorities say he was charged with the u y after crashing into a concrete support and new developments in the mysterious crash killing family of eight inch westport california fleas believe jennifer hart was seen on surveillance buying groceries and fort bragg hours before driving off a cliff authorities suggests the crash was intentional heart killing herself a wife and their six adopted children police searching for three children still missing and presumed dead an america strong tonight the last shooting victim from stoneman douglas high school has been released from the hospital fifteenyearolds anthony borjas were shot five times protecting classmates during the rampage in cartland florida nearly two months ago his attorney says anthony is back with his family finally tonight the last speech delivered by dr martin luther king junior keeping the night before he died famously proclaiming i've been to the mountain tops fifty years later his words echoing across america and still ringing in the ears of those who i heard him the night before his assassination a powerful prophecy my fee the promised land.

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Lynnwood, West Seattle Bridge and Russia discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:01 min | 5 years ago

Lynnwood, West Seattle Bridge and Russia discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's the pook li xiannian puyallup this is done southfield accident meridian at one fifty second additive blocking otherwise we're looking good on north and southbound i five and we're not seeing any trouble spots on 405 from truck will all the way to lynnwood and 167 through the camp valley traffic moving very well also construction on the waterfront it's the waterfront seattle program affecting highway ninety nine between east marginal way spokane street the west seattle bridge and south atlantic drivers are getting some closures along the way police on hand to direct traffic and it burlington i5 southbound on state grew twenty the off ramp is closed until seven am and there is a detour in place on scopolamine steven's passes we have no strictures your next report at eleven forty four i might cartland on komo news

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