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"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

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"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"At the time at this many many years ago i was dating a musician and she had no clue and she said it's just like a thousand songs that's all i care about right and are really good. Litmus test for saying that's a user centric approach that's what the user cares about apple obviously cares about whether it's thirty two or sixty four gigabytes at the time whatever it might have been a eight gigabytes. I was one them to But that's a really great example of learning how to take things from a business product centric approach to a user centric approach. Exactly and i think it's useful to mention to at that time before you had an mp three player ipod the only way you could listen to. Music was on a rom. Jerry like that you would carry with you and if you ran or he did any kind of activity it would skip and so then they apple comes out with these commercials and the person's listening to music they're dancing. they're moving. They're doing all the things that would typically skip that seating bromate you're carrying a walkman that you're carrying so it just goes to show with the design it wasn't something overt with the copy. It was also just like intuitive. Like oh i could actually listen thousand songs and leave around like nobody's business rock on the smaller headphones at the time. Because i was the big deal with that came out. So when you're looking at your product and stacey maybe we can skip over up to the customer creating a customer user journey map per customer journey map. I think that one's pretty important there. Okay visualizing what you need to you need to do so. This one here is a user flow that looks at the various different branches of logic that could be put in place but if we go to the next slide. But we're going to see is something. That's pretty interesting here. And this is an extension of the personas he developed those personas and you really talk to customers like really interact with customers.

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"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"Those problems and that would be the user centric approach exactly they they can also get a little too becky. You're very close to your your product. So you could be like oh it has so many you know. Rpm's or it's you know got you know a a weight of such and such and while the that information will become useful throughout the journey. It's not something should necessarily lead a now. I'm part of that. The user experience design. It's like what problem are you going to lead with to bring in more people not just like show them everything that little thing. That's going to bring it in that person. Really taylor taylor to that. Yeah exactly The analogy not the analogy. But the one of the best Stories about sir. That i couldn't say all right. Let's bring up presentation here all right. Okay bear with me. I'm just going to share my we screen here all right. So let's get into justin. Okay you want to introduce the slide. Sure user centric design is important because it improves user experience. So think things like the figuring out a problem that your users gonna have an in solving is what's going to really make your experience better or designing. It's that they don't have a problem at all. You know what i mean like. It's so smooth and gives them all the right steps that they don't even realize This is happening. Or they realize that there's an issue at all it's just solved immediately so it's kind of like what you're what you're focusing on when you're saying i'm user center design exactly and i think too. It's important to mention that this is an iterative process. Which is just a fancy way of saying that. You're not probably going to get it right the first time. You're you're gonna come up with your best assumptions based on your customer journey and your users user personas and you're going to hypothesize what you think is going to work and then you're going to test that.

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"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"Kind of analogy. So maybe you get it or you don't but back in the day you start to go on compuserve and america online then you would go onto the internet and you know if you were to look at some of the original interfaces. There's a lot in common. That facebook has with a compuserve or america online. In terms of all these different services marketplace's forums and groups. And all these things right. So what's old is new again or news old again. I guess it was new again. Yeah that's right all right so we have got thirteen minutes left. And we're gonna make really good use of our time today because it is thanksgiving weekend here in the great white north And we definitely don't wanna keep our bees from getting their turkey ready or you know opening up that bottle of red wine. Stacey that bottle is gonna be open soon and george already in my fridge. Defrosting so ready to rock and roll awesome. So let's talk now about user centric design and this is a bit of a meta topic which means that the in a we've talked about design with justin and with page and with various other members Areco there's a nice message from hillary. Thanks happy thanksgiving. Be thankful for your insights into such crazy online times in your beautiful faces on social media. I know she's talking about stacy at justin. This mug thank you thanks. Hillary and have a happy thanksgiving poor. George george was born for this. This is georgia's finest hour is ready to these writings calling her santa's plan yes yes Fun facts a fun story My friends are friends. Bought a farm in hanover. And i actually met our turkey and our cow. But i'm not going to get into that. Yeah during our morning. Stand up this morning. Dan may or may not have made me cry above literally going really going to be a better took. Anyway let's talk about user centric design and what that means and i think one of the things. We talked lot about persona development. Talk a customer journey and when you get into the design phase of things There's just a couple of quick points. I wanna make is one often times. The design process is really focused on the product and the company design teams and design teams. Take several different rules A creative director for example is not necessarily a person that is pushing pixels and making visuals. There may be other people on the team. The the rule of a creative director is really to pull in all aspects of the overall design right so the language in the visual and the journey of the customer and user centric design puts the customer i in that process and makes the business and the product. Take a back seat to that. Okay and the reason for that. We talk a lot about that. With copywriting is a lot of businesses will write about themselves how great our product is and how amazing our services and ignores the pain points of the customer and how your business your product solution..

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"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"When that goes down depending on how the infrastructure is built up it can cause absolute chaos. Which is exactly what happened. Well they couldn't even get back into the office because they're the same. Dns servers were used to serve their own internal systems You know a without getting too technical in terms of what all of this stuff means I think that there's some this leads to what it's led to our regulator saying. Well look if this is the problem If this is a problem then maybe you being monopoly. Monopoly is not such a good idea. Right if this were distributed services It wouldn't be such a big problem. Exactly okay so what's up next. We had the whistleblower. Yes the whistle. It was interesting enough How that came about and then bright. After the whistle blower testified. Everything went down here. Yes down my bag your back. Also our puzzle are also alarm okay. I'm just looking. Oh never go so. Yeah it in another article that we had for what's new there were there were talking about. How facebook is really growing in developing countries and how they're really invest in network and you know Really trained up their services and then they turn around and this failed rate. So it's kinda like you don't you don't really want them to have the monopoly like they do. Okay so i know back for temporary undetermined period of a good talk. Okay you guys can also pull up. The what's new articles. Case i drop out can go on without me april sent. There are so many conspiracies. It all seems like dominoes. Falling on facebook and facebook send. Yeah there's a lot of that going on and you know facebook mark Sucker berg not having a great week. obviously Everybody knows about the facebook whistle blower. Who is a product manager on. The safety team leaked thousands of documents. Private documents One of which is saying that facebook whistle blower is claiming. The company has over church advertisers. I kind of know this to be the case. We've actually seen this happen. Well one of the things you know this is actually happened with google as well is kind of like you know if you want to boost up your q. Three revenues or your q. Four revenues. I you add two percents of the cost of hundreds of millions of users.

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"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"I think we're gonna go into Now we're going to go into facebook shutting down Yes so did. How did you first notice that. Facebook had gone dark. I noticed from instagram. That it was. It was all now working and i was like all the. Is it something or something that i went to Facebook messenger with my friends a lot and then they sent messages now. Working now is like okay. Something's going on. All the above on facebook is going up. Isn't working in the night checked actual facebook. And then i was like okay. Yeah something bigger sappington. Yeah interestingly enough. My mom called me and mom. If you're watching. I apologize but she calls my facebook page my website. And she's like did your website godown. I guess it was a it was a little off. I you know hearing back from the you know what. I have a real strong feeling that this is a stream yard issue because whenever i change the views on getting this like getting knocked out so sorry so where were we. Everybody found out about the facebook shutting down. Oh yeah the the blackout See this shook. The world on monday So what actually happened so you know. There's a lot of theories as to what happened because it wasn't actually just facebook. Instagram and whatsapp. There was a whole bunch of outages. That occurred at the same time. A lot of very major players went down during that time but the narrative is called. Bgp reading basically. This is domain. Name service uh services Just goes to show you how important seemingly dry boring. Things are like domain names It's effectively the internet's phone. So it maps.

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"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"Can everybody to ride at the height of the selling wrong. Ninety nine or two hundred takeaway. Why the delco. My timing on the squirrels was not quite what it should have been today. But welcome to live at the hive digital marketing from the trenches. Once again i am data elko. I'm stacey to santa's i'm just a maciel and today we are talking about one. Facebook facebook probably a little bit more facebook instagram and baseball We got outages. We've got cats and dogs getting along. We've god's whistle blowers we've got leaked documents all sorts of fun marketing drama. Actually we have any ten chen foil hanser tenants which will foil shirt all the facebook or lack of facebook. Exactly that's right And today we are actually also going to be talking about user centric design so user. Centric design is something that we try to practice as hard as possible and it's got some nuances. It ties into a lot of the things that we've talked about in the past with respect to developing strong customers personas. That stacy's definitely going to be able to speak to We talk a lot. Obviously about the design aesthetics and design patterns that's justin's wheelhouse The one part. That i think doesn't get discussed often. Enough is taking a user centric approach as opposed to a product centric or a business centric approach where you as a business are imposing what you think. The correct path is onto your customers in their journey and what user centric design is taking the opposite approaches understanding those customers and then developing your patterns. And all of your designs around the user their paying points their persona and how to solve those problems so it's a little bit of a meta topic that we're going to be discussing today and how that works and from what design is overall. Yeah a lot of psychology. Yes dear yes so. I guess we could get into what's new this week. I guess we had a little bit of an outage with facebook. great justin. Yes we did. A lot of drama behind it. There was a whistle blower lower going on. I think area back. I don't know it's stream or stream aired it's gotta be distributed. I don't know what's happening with guy right. it tv. I okay okay. So instagram's made it official. Ict has now morphed into instagram video. So they're basically combining the videos and the the feed videos with your gt videos into one format. And what's kind of interesting about this. Is that there are some additional updates to the trimming tools and filters. There's also now when you preview the video and the feed it will preview for sixty seconds but interestingly enough if you're boosting that post it will only pre preview the video for fifteen seconds so not really a shock. We've probably seen this coming for a while. I g is been waning in popularity for awhile. I think but it's nice to see that they're trying to optimize if you will and it's good to know about like the fifteen and thirty seconds same because if of feed you wanna make sure that the first fifteen seconds is what's going to draw the people and then and then you got the rest of the video after so that's kind of good to know the.

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"centric" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

02:42 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on 7 Layers

"The form of a data center will be different. Manufacturing organization may need a private data center on premises at a factory to support in industrial internet of things to point a telecom. Supporting mobile gaming can place extra compute resources at iran bay station a service provider that wants to reduce latency for it's end users at their homes can add resources to one of its points of presence in Exchanges or colocation facilities in considering these variations on a theme. It's important to remember the key. Use cases disaggregated edge. Data centers are fulfilling include supporting lower latency adding more reliable connections reducing bandwidth competition keeping data local to users. And supporting iot deployments lower. Latency is a simple reality of edge data centers because the distance traffic has travel is less reducing. The time traffic is on a wire means the delay end users experience. A shorter connections are also more reliable because there is a summer chance that the network connections will be physically damaged or disrupt it reduced band with competition is due to fewer people accessing the data center..

"centric" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on 7 Layers

"Of visualizing data centers and sdn controller operates from the control plane which communicates the needs of that vacations in the data center to the networking devices that exist in the forwarding plane the short version of sdn controllers do particularly in spine leaf architectures is to disseminate policies to switches. The switches used the policies to inform how they direct data center traffic both between servers in between the data center and the outside world. Traffic between servers is called east west. Traffic and traffic heading into out of the data center is called north south traffic in modern data centers. More than seventy percent of traffic. Is that east west. Traffic between servers using sdn controller can mean organizations. Don't have to spend as much money on switches. sdn controllers allow organizations to instead. You switch that. don't come with expensive. Chipsets meant for data. Forwarding switches have less computational power without those chipsets but don't require much since they use policies provided by the controller were organization can face trouble is when the sdn controller isn't configured correctly in some instances of controller configuration. The switch has to ask the controller. What to do with every packet has to forward. This creates untenable amount of traffic that cannot be processed in a reasonable amount of time. Let alone efficiently away to avoid. This issue is to use load balancing mechanisms that redirect the traffic overloading controllers to other controllers. Though it is best to ensure the controllers configured correctly or that any new errors are quickly. Pivoting the topic a bit. Let's move onto edge data centers the term. The edge is fake and in it. It can mean several things. In the case of data center technology. The edge was generally refers to the placement of compute storage or networking resources. Closer to the user than a central data center depending on the amount of resources in organization or service provider wants to have closer to the end user..

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"centric" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"centric" Discussed on 7 Layers

"Or zoom as more types of workloads are spun up on a data center servers. It may be necessary to create more land segments. The new workloads traffic may need to be kept separate from other workloads traffic for privacy or security reasons as well. All of the current sub nets may be a capacity with how much traffic they can support what happens in the excellent when workloads become compromise one response. It personnel can take is to isolate in quarantine the affected workloads in vx lands inherent. Eric separation can limit a hackers movement through the data center. And what workloads. They have access to though. The boundaries aren't impenetrable something. I haven't talked about so far. Is cloud data center. Networking cloud providers. He's vx lance to transport vm's from server to server heave traffic from different customers separate insecure into scale and segments as more workloads spin up. Some of those are similar to enterprise data centers. The excellence in the cloud environment. Multi tendency is typical so there may be a reason to move full. Vm instances from one server to another to accommodate for resource requirements of the excellent connections capable of doing this while preventing networking devices from seeing the content of the vm. Similar to an enterprise datacenter. Certain traffic in the cloud needs to be kept private in separate from other traffic. The excellent traffic segmentation can provide the necessary separation. Where types of traffic that needs to be kept separate are given different tags for different subjects. The encapsulation capabilities can also help prevent detection of what the traffic's frames contain. Scaling the excellence in the cloud serves the same purpose as in enterprise.

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Liberals Transfer Wealth From the Middle Class to the Lower-Income Groups

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Liberals Transfer Wealth From the Middle Class to the Lower-Income Groups

"A massive expansion of the welfare state You know they're both intended to do something right They're both intended to destroy the existing economic and constitutional systems You need to think about this What's going on here is in our country today massive redistribution and wealth transfer Not from billionaires and multi millionaires from the upper middle class and middle class to the lower middle class and lower income groups That's what all these programs are intended to do Massive redistribution of wealth wealth transfer And unfortunately more and more are elections are about redistribution of wealth They're not about liberty They're not about the things that the nation was founded on There about redistribution of wealth So government centric bureaucratic left wing politicians deciding on who should get and who shouldn't get Hence the war on capitalism that we're on liberty the war on competition Massive taxes proposed and massive power and redistribution And that's now how the Democrat party use election Empowering itself empowering itself to redistribute wealth You're now voting to transfer funds from a stranger to yourself You're now voting to transfer funds from somebody who earned it To you and your family This is decadent

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Biggest Constituency of Single-Issue Voters Are Parents Combatting Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Biggest Constituency of Single-Issue Voters Are Parents Combatting Critical Race Theory

"Single issue voters. Well, one of the biggest constituencies of single issue voters. I can guarantee or being created right now, my parents who give a damn about their kids, which is the overwhelming majority of them, obviously and the fact that people's kids are being taught to be racist in schools. Through CRT and are having this absurd. Sex centric agenda jammed down these kids throats at an early age with the parents, not knowing is disgusting and speaks to the downfall. The culture we're living in right now. I say that Because I started the segment, saying people are fighting back. They're fighting back because some of us who've gotten complacent. You have other things going on. I understand the asana critique. I do the same myself. Sometimes. Once you start messing with people's kids and people's health, and you start playing around, tell him to put something in their body You don't want to take and then you tell them you're going to corrupt their kids teach them to be racist. Teach them things that are totally age inappropriate with regards to sex. The young kids all of a sudden, mama bear kicks in, and she's having none of

Why Is the Media Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | 4 months ago

Why Is the Media Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

"Ivermectin works. You're being lied to by corrupt medical profession. it is. I never thought i'd say this is as corrupt as the teachers unions. There was no difference between the american medical association the cbc the nih and the teachers unions. They're left wing activist groups. They have no commitment to what they claim to have. Commitment to there are some wonderful teachers. There are some wonderful people at all. Cdc and nih. it's corrupt it's been corrupted by big pharma. They want you to take the vaccine. Because if you can get healthy by taking a cheap pill like ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine and zinc. They don't want you to do so. They wanna make billions by pushing and shoving the vaccine down americans throats. That's the reason for the war against ivermectin in india. They used it and listen to the story. Okay just listen to it that this is a A doctor writing from the desert review dot com republished in zero hedge. There's a black on any conversation. About how ivermectin beat cova nineteen in india when i discussed the dire straits that india found itself in in earlier this year with four hundred fourteen thousand cases per day and over four thousand deaths per day and how that evaporated within five weeks of the addition of ivermectin often asked. Why is there no mention of that in the news. Yes exactly ask yourself why. India success against the delta variant with ivermectin is such a closely guarded secret by the nih and cdc. Second ask yourself. Why no major media outlets reported this fact but instead try to confuse you with false information by saying the deaths in india are ten times greater than official reports perhaps. Npr's trying so hard because npr's essentially government mouthpiece the us government is all in with vaccines with enthusiasm. A seventeenth century catholic. Church all in with a jia centric metal of the geo centric model of the universe disputing galileo

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Apple Indefinitely Delays Introduction of Photo Scanning Features After Widespread Outcry

Risky Business

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Apple Indefinitely Delays Introduction of Photo Scanning Features After Widespread Outcry

"Apple has backed down on its plan to do device based scanning for child sex abuse material which Yeah i mean. I'm kind of surprised but there was a lot of outrage out there about this. Yeah apple's not really known for for backing down. But in this case i guess the amount and variety of criticism that i got Perhaps convinced them that they do need to rethink and you know it. It is a really really complicated this year. And you know. I think alex thomas is quoted in the piece That we have in the news list from wired saying that like this is an incredibly complicated trade offs involved and it was highly unlikely that apple is going to figure out an optimal solution without listening to a wide variety of equities. I guess yeah. I think that's a pretty reasonable summary of way. This is adam. And the people who are equally dismayed. That apple has impact pause as i said On this because and there is very very real home that maybe could have been addressed by having this making in the failed but yeah it's just such a can of worms of the intensive interaction between the technical parts of it. The law enforcement parts of at the legal obligations the perception of apple. As you know kind of privacy centric brand now was just so many moving parts and impressive. Twitter has been having a field day with all the various tanks. Infosec twitter has been unforgiving

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Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset

"Rising star Felix OJ only a Siemens ended the U. S. open run of American hope Frances tiafoe but not before a three hour and twenty three minute battle to secure a spot in the quarterfinals the twelfth seeded Canadian posted a come back full centric tree and next faces eighteen year old Spanish surprise package tell us al Qaeda's who continued his record breaking run through the draw men's second seed dental Medvedev continued is quiet but effective moved through the draw and the women's second seed out of settling and the fifth seed Elena Svitolina both phones as women's favorites after reaching the final eight I'm grand like us

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"centric" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

04:24 min | 5 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and i'm your host scott ingram today. Todd caponi is back. You probably know. Todd is the author of the transparency sale but he also has a new book coming out in february titled that transparent sales leader. And he's got a relatively new podcast called the sales history. Podcast here. he is everybody. Are we buyer centric in that name. Only meaning there's a lot of talk about. We need to be central. We need to put the customer first but systemically when we look across our own organizations. I don't think we are. And here's what i mean. Let's look back a hundred plus years ago at sales process. Think about if you heard of a idea. It might conjure thoughts of alec baldwin giving his famous speech in glengarry. Glen ross attention. Do i have your attention interest. Are you interested decision. Have you made a decision and action that actually is from east saint elmo lewis from eighteen ninety eight. He had devised what was literally the first sales process hundred twenty three years ago. And it was based on recognizing buyer behavior sales process based on whether or not the customer is paying attention whether or not the customer is interested whether or not the customer desires your solution. And whether or not they're ready to take action right customer centric and for forty years. It was the basis of every single sales process. Sales individuals looked at buyer behavior as the beacon for whether or not a deal was moving forward or not now. Let's fast forward to today. I want you to think about your own. Crm systems what are the stage names that are in your crm system for the different forecast stages guessing. It's probably things like qualified and discovery and demo and proposal and closed all seller centric things when we even take a step back and look at qualification criteria. But what what acronyms are we using for those bands or medic or champ or neat or that. There's a ton of them that are all based on selfish sales thing so while we go out to the world and we say that we need to be buyer centric everything we as sales leaders and sales organizations measure and what gets measured is what gets focused on is seller. Centric is it. I think that it's time for us to really take a look at what we measure and the processes that we look at. 'cause this is one of those things that while alec baldwin's kind of dirty old school wouldn't go down that path but i think old old school may have gotten some things right. Can we look at our sales processes and start to recognize buyer. Behavior buyers go through three stages when they're making a purchase the first thing that they do discover and decide whether or not they have the trigger to change their status quo to do something tomorrow. That's different than what they're doing today. Why change is that. I set of stages then once they decide for change. The decision comes around. What is the vessel for that change. What is the solution. What is the product. And that's around. Why you and then once they've decided for you. It goes into a process around y now the signature process the the whole element of. Is this something we're going to do now or is this something that's going to wait. Why change why you. Why now if we layer our sales processes and begin to measure against those and then look at seller activities to support that but teach reps to recognize that buyer behavior. It'll change the whole focus of the way that we approach clients will spend more time on the deals. We should win and we will truly do our job which is the aid buyers through their buying journey. What do you think just a revelation. That i came from being a sales history nerd but i would love to hear your thoughts on it so reach out comment below and would love to hear what you think all right..

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"centric" Discussed on The CMO Podcast

The CMO Podcast

07:57 min | 5 months ago

"centric" Discussed on The CMO Podcast

"When deloitte ask c. suite members. What's the most critical functional area over the next year. Digital technology was cited as number one in with the promise that digital will give us a three sixty degree always on view of our customers prediction capabilities and a chance to connect with consumers in unique personal ways. It's clear why it's number one. But the move to digital. Hasn't come easy. Consumers have pushed back against invasive digital marketing practices leading to greater scrutiny and new regulations and the sunsetting of third party cookies has made measurability and even faster moving target. I know it can be frustrating. It can create a disconnect between promise and delivery to help. cmo's deloitte has identified six disruptive trends that cmo's can use in their digital marketing strategies like customer data ownership in housing data capabilities and data privacy for the full list and to learn more. And how you deliver on the promise of performance. Marketing go to cmo dot deloitte dot com and download their latest research. I wanna talk about where you go for inspiration and i know you go to your customers. That's how the brand's start at right and And that's one one way. You are unique as a brand. But i want you to talk about other ways. You are inspired alley by other people other companies. So i'm just looking for you do so many things so well you know with a with a consumer. Who who do you look for. And where do you look for inspiration. Look a lot of places. I think it's really important to look outside right if i only looked at glace customers or glossy Customers that wouldn't help us build a perspective on how to continue What i what is do which is to continue to rewrite the playbook for defining brand consumer relationships especially in a world now where the brand consumer relationships are direct and we operate jackson. I think it's really important to look outside. One place that. I love looking in my daily life. In one of my curse. My personal passions in purposes is really finding things that are simple solutions. That changed my every day or make my everyday better. And so i love looking towards Companies or brands or people that are creating product or services that ultimately change consumer behavior right. it's the classic People would have asked for a faster horse. They never would have asked for a car example. Right and so one thing that comes to mind is music right. My personal consumption of music Tens of millions of people's personal consumption of music has changed significantly since a product like spotify came and it kind of came from an unexpected place. You may expect a record label or someone with a lot of historical. Music acknowledged to create a product that changed that consumption. And so that's a perfect example of a simple solution that has changed my every day Other people's every day. And so. That's where i look for inspiration and that's what i aspire when we look back inward to do with our products are experiences that we're building with customers which is really to enhance their every day and change the routine for the better in a way that makes them feel really good about where they are in that moment. So the i look for inspiration and continuing to find small companies been companies. That are doing not think. That's a really good example. I also love the i mean. I'm inspired by what i would call more traditional marketing campaigns. That truly Strike emotional chord. So that can be. I'm trying to think of really good example but those happen often right like you see them from anything from technology company to a car company to beauty company in one that comes to mind lately that was recently shared with me. And i'm actually not sure how old the spot is was a google Campaign where a parent had created an email account for their child and written emails over time. It was sort of the modern version of the baby. Book can really struck a chord with me. Because i had actually done something similar when i had my daughter. I made her an email account. I see seed her on her birth announcement and every month since then. She received an email about her russians milestones things that i love about her For the past month. And so i feel like i look for moments like that too. That truly are about purpose about a person's journey. And how that in journey intersects with whatever brand or product may be offering. But i think those types of moments truly inspire me as well and then the last thing is i walls looking for brands and companies that are challenging industries. it's something that glossy did right. When we started at least from my perspective we set out to change the way the industry operated. Which was these large conglomerates top down telling you that you had a problem or that. You weren't good enough that you needed this product to solve your beauty routine or make you feel better. And we ultimately took a bottoms up approach looking at customers and what they desired from. Pd industry how they want it to feel. So i'll give you an example there. That's been close close to my heart within glossy variance firing We have our black owned businesses grant program. We are recently reviewing the twenty twenty one applications and in doing that. It's just amazing to see how the industry has opened up since gossett started to include so many independent brands because the barriers to entry of being able to launch a brand promote your products or social media. Whatever it might be a really disrupted the industry. And so i'm really inspired to both inside and outside beauty by finding brands that are being bold and trying to define a new approach to to branding end to customer experiences. You just went through pretty three pretty good criteria for brands that grow in those. The challenge industry striking emotional chord offers simple solutions. So that was nice. Little text book. About what a brand should be these days and what you know one i think positive thing from the last year and a half amidst all the sadness has been so many brands. I mean you were already there but so many brands stepped up thinking about. How can i be of service to people. And what new products and services might i offer. And i think once you do that you don't go back so i'm kind of excited to see what happens in our industry over the next few years with that. I think that renewed commitment within companies to be of service and to help people find solutions to stuff. That's not going well with them. You know or things that you know. One of the one of the great experience i had a. Png was whole swiffer experience where you know. We came up with a totally different way to clean. That was kind of fun and joyful and reframe the category and it became a really vibrant brand still is to this day. Yes the simple solutions for every day. That make you make you feel better in. Your daily routine are pretty important. I also think you hit on a point that i think about a lot. Which is the expectations. Consumers have brands have evolved significantly today right role. They expected them to play both in their personal lives. And in the greater world is They very high expectations as they should be. But it also changes the way we as marketers and how companies have to operate in order to fulfill those expectations. Okay have a really good question for you here. Before we leave consumer centric city. I grew up in the proctor and gamble culture and that company purports to be one of the world's most consumer centric companies and in many ways they are but their model is so different from yours. So if i were to drop you into a big meeting at png or laurie al or estee lauder.

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Detailing a European Decentralised Identity Management Platform

Insureblocks

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Detailing a European Decentralised Identity Management Platform

"Let's kick things right off. Ways your opinion about the challenges that exist in the digital forms of identity in the world that we live in today the challenges Let's be honest. We have a lot of challenges. You have forty five minutes if every step back and take a look at the history off holiday identity of the internet we see that We started with isolated silos identity so it was also a always viewed from their perspective on Organization being that they have a username and passwords to for user and to log in or to use these Authentification methods to log in an authenticated the user in the old trust domain being website a forum whatsoever. And then it's okay. It doesn't really make sense. We need to to make it easier for the user so we came up with federated identity being that the companies institutions Got together and Only need one log in for multiple sites however sylla's central point and didn't really catch up because Do you get all the different players to accept. Just one single Logging function full for all their the networks or forums. So we then. We came up with usa centric identity. Being a single sign on the classic example is looking with google facebook and so on while this is very convenient for user. it's not something Locks the user up inappropriately ecosystem yes and that's really dangerous Especially when you consider that these companies live from our data from our behavioral data and that their business model is based on this kind of logic civilians cabinets

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Unqork's Head of Platform Strategy, Ken Gavranovic, on What Drew Him to Unqork

Code Story

02:45 min | 5 months ago

Unqork's Head of Platform Strategy, Ken Gavranovic, on What Drew Him to Unqork

"This is creation story at uncork uncork as a product is is the concept of enterprise software development often times different. Enterprises are building very similar software. In the second you write code. You've got maintenance and so the idea for encore was what if we can build the kind of enterprise grade building blocks so that you can build a repeatable no maintenance no dat solution and so that's kind of the fundamental course you can go in a what's the business problem trying to solve in. I'm gonna drag drop enterprise create solutions and build it and it's been amazing uncork stun prior to my arrival. You think about know in the in the middle of cove it you know. Working with new york city to deliver millions of meals to ta- customers or you think about bentley working with state so that they can innovate and deliver that relief to people. That really need it so kind of you know doing just doing good in the world and at the same time helping some of the largest enterprises around the globe build applications faster and more customer centric whether it be goldman black rock marsh. Liberty principal tremendous tremendous progress. So what i would say is to me. Uncork allows businesses to focus on their key differentiator and built quickly built enterprise applications that meet their customers needs so I've been involved in a lot of transformational things cryer jenny joining uncork iran product and engineering company called new relic which basically made sure that the internet works. Right has high quality solutions and i heard about unimportant. Where three things that really got me excited about it. You know as one. I'm a big believer. That culture matters and purposeful culture. And so i think leaders you know gary and team had really been purposeful in the culture that they were trying to do secondly something that would change the world because uncork is not only changing the way enterprises build develop maintained enterprise software but it's also making development more accessible right so not if you have the developer mindset. You could do it. And then third just a huge opportunity where i felt that the only question was who's going to drive this fundamental change in the way enterprises again maintain a build and develop software. So that's what brought me to uncork in. It's it's an exciting right. Have been here almost nine months. Now

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Beyond Compliance: Cloud Security in Europe

Cloud Security Podcast by Google

01:41 min | 6 months ago

Beyond Compliance: Cloud Security in Europe

"Anton. We're talking about europe. Today aren't we. We are and it's been kind of interesting because we spent so much time talking about cloud migration and challenges mistakes and approaches and we sort of almost always assumed. Sort of maybe. Us centric or an approach that usc says with express that us engineers would like yeah and we kind of almost felt like we didn't pay enough attention to the different type of a challenge. Some of the european clients have so is there any five and agent to look at the challenges specific europe or eu basically that region where some of the challenges are quite different from what we hear from usc. Us security engineers us analysts. It's just peculiar how they approach some of the things there. It's really interesting to hear that. Some of these challenges are not even europe plus cloud they're just europe plus go to market and europe plus regulation one of the things that john says that really tickled me was he was talking about the pace of innovation and regulation there rather than the pace of say innovation correct. Yes and it's also interesting because sometimes you read the commentary online. That europe may become a model for some of the regulations for the digital space for the it. But i am really skeptical about this. Because how can you have innovation happening in one place and regulation for that innovation in another. I guess you can call it separation of duty but it's also to me a little risky right because you don't truly innovate and then you don't have to stand innovation but you want to regulate it. How can do well. I think it gets back to a little. Bit of what tim dirks was saying. About regulation and compliance providing the building codes or the food safety regulations. That let us trust the industry at

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How Marketing and Communication Teams in Large Companies Prepared for EU GDPR?

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

02:01 min | 6 months ago

How Marketing and Communication Teams in Large Companies Prepared for EU GDPR?

"How does that get into your corporate communication space. Because when you're communicating externally communicating on websites. does it impact. Does it even change the language. Because i have worked with some companies very even the entire diet. Corporate communication strategy has been adapted to save need to demonstrate privacy and brick or trust centric language. Does it impact in your view. Or i think Many look at over the last. I would say five years right because it came into force in two thousand eighteen where we started preventing probably about two years ago that from any number of and and Of course after it was coming to force your periodic audits and other things to make sure we are compliant on all fronts Like any other company you can order changes in how reba capturing data processing data you know. We have to go back and look at our own existing databases and see did have explicit than standard if whether be Know legitimate interest in the case of existing clients. And all of those things So i think it was an insect societies From the marketing team particularly in europe. Because of course it Regulation for the u. n. us citizens We took it pretty seriously am in fact you know. When whenever any kind of compliance things comes along a marketing and compete against teams. That are intensively busy right. We never have enough resources. Never have enough people in a million things to do. So when you're next compliance comes along it's hard and and and you know the easy thing to do is okay. Let's give it to whoever is on the right or to intern or whatever it is and we'll we'll comply with just about comply with the bare minimum. I think was was very different than that way. We took it very seriously. In fact We put in a strong team in europe report in one of our senior. Most marketers lady maria thomas and a embedded whether of what an expert in this field a person chris

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Interview With Sudhanshu Sawlani of ING

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:33 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Sudhanshu Sawlani of ING

"Show sudan shoe. Kick things off speaking today about applying artificial intelligence in an enterprise environment. You're one of those rare folks. That's actually been charged with deploying a in enlarging existing enterprise before we get into too many specifics. I'd love to get a sense from you as to what was the initial problem. Starting point where. Ai was even on the table. Why was it even something worth considering. What were you wrestling with. At the time when the challenge was is engaging activities that were performed by customer teams of customer. Lloyd thinks we call them and then these are the teams supporting the banking clients. Day in day out whenever the greatest questions and concerns about different types of it'd be over them would actually plans. We have to look lose. Some administrative dos expertise. That was the biggest problem and nobody should spend the time on these activities. They should really focus on more customer centric activities. And that's what we started with as a problem to really get rid of those disengaging administrative board and from what has support. He's so they could rather focus on activities that would matter the most clients got it. Got it okay. Cool and just to. I'm sensitive that you know. We'll get into as much detail as you're able to hear but this is already kind of painting a bit of a picture you know we've got some folks that are supporting your customers. They really should be spending their time focusing on the customer's problems. But what you're saying. Is that a lot of their interactions with customers are burdened with administrative tasks. I mean i'll throw out some representative examples. You can tell me if i'm on the right page. If you have any more specificity candidate would. I imagine my mind is okay. This customer wants to buy something or this customers asking about product or this customer wants to change a product or plan. In order for us to do that we've got a maybe search through some big byzantine system where we gotta put him on. Hold for fifteen minutes or maybe we have to submit a bunch of paperwork or submit a bunch of forms and then wait two days and then called them back. Because that's just how the process coach. So is it something like this but also even before that just to just to dive into it. Be focusing on emails or this us right so here. We're talking about the problem of receiving lots of emails in in support p mailboxes. Everyday and and be mindful of these support. Teams are not not exactly always the one holding the program prevent they want without him of course but they always have dependencies in that bank open support who held the Had them out so the first thing that starts when we receive an email from appliances registered this evening into a ticket and then assigned the Respective department

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Halfway There: Suns Beat Bucks for 2-0 Lead in NBA Finals

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Halfway There: Suns Beat Bucks for 2-0 Lead in NBA Finals

"Devin Booker led the way with thirty one points including seven three pointers the signs bounced back by nine point first quarter deficit to defeat the Bucks one eighteen one oh eight and take the first two games of the NBA finals Booker says a big play was at ten past sequence that heat and everybody on the floor was involved in you know when your plan like that no it's fun it's fun everybody's touching it you feel the energy the ball when you get it you know you want to make a play for somebody else and somebody something opens up always when you know it's pop in a movie maker Mattel bridges had a career playoff high twenty seven for the Suns Yanis centric approach had a game high forty two for the box including twenty in the third quarter George chatter Phoenix

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Joe Reiben on Trading Cryptocurrency With Confidence on Mandala Exchange

Crypto Current

01:49 min | 6 months ago

Joe Reiben on Trading Cryptocurrency With Confidence on Mandala Exchange

"Yeah but joseph ribbon. I'm the ceo of madala. Been around this company since its inception in two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen where. I was actually outside counsel for it to start. We do have a very interesting story. Which i would love to share with you guys over the next twenty five or thirty minutes here everyone. I live event back in ovary or this is so awesome. It'd be here. I haven't been down to miami for crypto conference since twenty nineteen also came in two thousand eighteen representing both my law firm at the time as well as one dollars. So it's really cool to see how you guys out and you guys about interacting with all of us being live at this event. So let's get right into it. What is madala dollar. It's the first privately owned and operated exchange built in conjunction with finance cloud developers. What does that mean for us. I'm gonna go over that through either but it means it's really cool. We get full. Liquidity full order books full depth and full trading pairs of finance. Rather like you see on the next slide. Where based out of seychelles we focus on full international compliance and regulation. We are centralized exchange right. We're built on finance cloud. We follow all the financial protocols what that means for you guys. Is that your funds or sappho. Your your trading pairs will never be illiquid and the operates. Obviously twenty four seven is kept. World was very smoothly here. We have a solid and resilient foundation with the community centric model our community has been very key to rebuilding this exchange from the ground up really and in our partnership with finance. And we'd do our users needs. I as well which is really important to us as an exchange. What a lot of exchanges what they do and as you guys have seen with a lot of other projects being rug polls recently the defy space or being projects that will just kind of go dark and steal users funds. We did the opposite.

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Interview With Kath Pay, Author of Holistic Email Marketing

The Email Marketing Show

01:53 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Kath Pay, Author of Holistic Email Marketing

"We're talking about one of the things i think. A lot of people do when they start doing email marketing as we start thinking about the email marketing. We're gonna do to people. Don't think about them. We're going to do this to them. Then we're gonna do that to them and and you have quite a different approach. Which is the thing that resonates sue solidly with me. When i was reading your book and you talk about something that sounds big and fancy called customer centrisly you wanna give us the cliff notes on what you really mean by that yes. Customer interest is really just having the chasta at the hot of your email program and and basically top of mind at all times. We in mclean. Who's very technology driven. Because it's actually not one of the easiest channels to do tend to be very very likely stolen on the actual technology on an also. It's it's a push gentleman's its original push channel right so there's whole way we're thinking about how pushing our messages. What what were we tell of right. So it's not necessarily be reactive but proactive and that therefore means at mu have by default on very easy to do to become very grand century. It's about what do we want to say to the customer. What do we want to tell them what we want to them to do. And so what. I think that works best with email. And in proven time with my customers for the actions that we could back our customer and think about what it is so festival. Why on our list. What was it about what we promised them when they signed. Now that's actually going to be be meaningful to them. So usually when they sign up they subscribe. We offer them something. Whether it's deals all we have some great products all office. Whatever the story of

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Eurovision Song Contest 2021

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:01 min | 8 months ago

Eurovision Song Contest 2021

"Our two hundred episode julie and i basically we watched eurovision. And we're gonna talk to you about it. And i cannot wait. We are going to break down. This is like those. And i didn't realize this was a thing either. I mean. I don't know why i didn't think so. But like there are tons of youtube accounts where people are like reacting to lithuanians song in eurovision. Twenty twenty one. Yeah yeah like the goggle box. Basically you in england. And we're you know we were over there. We would be flipping through the channel. Yahtzee like we're gonna have folks celebrity goggle box and we'd be like why are we going to and then we would. We would watch them watching the tv and be like what are we doing here. And just yeah yeah. It's very popular. It's extremely popular to watch other people. React to a thing that you're both watching. I mean i'm one hundred percent on board with it. Yeah so we're gonna do kind of do that for you guys. Only two weeks later and three years. Yeah through an audio medium. Yeah it'll be great. Yeah because especially we had so many people episode eighty was called no eurovision. all about eurovision. We had so many people who are like either. They had been your vision devotees for decades. Yeah contact us or people who are like. I didn't even know this was any. Yeah exactly and i think before that you and i might have been somewhere in between we might have been like. Oh yeah your vision where they wear like crazy costumes each year right like we always know some scandinavian countries going to show up wearing a mask and for and horns and something somebody will be in a spacesuit. Yes hang on stage together. I think that's probably where we were on that spectrum by certainly was not aware of how and this is like i mean how like american centric like north american centric and this is but i guess i didn't realize how huge it was. How huge like the music olympics. Yeah absolutely

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Blizzard Is Showing off Two Hours of Overwatch 2 Next Week

Esports Minute

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Blizzard Is Showing off Two Hours of Overwatch 2 Next Week

"Will be holding a two-hour play, Ash versus players Centric, live stream preview of OverWatch to come May 20th that will allow the Everyman like you and me more details and insight on the sequel. Earlier today. Aaron Keller delivered. This news on a developer update in place of former OverWatch director Jeff Kaplan. A subsequent AMA will be held by the dev team on the OverWatch subreddit on May 24th with the focus about this preview live stream. Keller T's off, updates to come later in the year.

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Interview With Cathy Southwick, Chief Information Officer, Pure Storage

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

02:32 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Cathy Southwick, Chief Information Officer, Pure Storage

"Capi south welcomed technician. It's great to see you today. Great to see you too. Thank you kathy. I thought we would begin with you. Your role you are the chief information officer pure storage and maybe you can take a quick moment in provide a brief overview of pure storage. Is business right now. I'd love to do that. So you know appears for relatively young company are i ten years we really set out. To complete change. Storage industry disrupt the status quo. That we'd all been dealing with from an it lens and our vision was really built on being very customer. Centric wanted to fundamentally change expectations for data storage management. Want to think about it from enabling codebase real time access to resilient hybrid cloud data storage for it Not just for. It also developers devops alike etc and really week of storage as co we really want to storage to be dynamic to provide that cloud experience be flexible on demand and really be able to allow developers in spanish to really consume it at their at their Their needs so. That was really whole premise. Behind period. we of say we put the check mark on that and now as we had to go into this next ten years of our company. We really wanna make sure that. We're empowering those organizations who want to really think about their operations as true automated storage as a service model and and really to work across multiple clouds in environments and So that supports on premise. Off prem dedicated or shared platform. So that's really kind of the essence of pure as really being that very customer centric figuring out where we want to be to help our customers data to use Whether reducing the complexity and be able to manage their for structure. That kind of sums up. Think about pure. That's great a great summary. I appreciate you giving that overview and let's talk a bit about your role is a chief information officer no to seattle roles exactly alike. What's what's the what's within your purview. Kathy yeah. I feel very fortunate. I have an incredible Global it team. That's in both domestic us wilson locations around the world as well And we also have responsibility for our cyber strategy for all of the enterprise as well as our product so think of the traditional. It responsibilities of all of our on prem off prem the assassin environments application environments along with data federal that. We support the business but we also have that responsibility as well for looking at what cyber look like for our business around helping to ensure we protect not just our employees and our company but also our customers as well

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Donald Trump Didn't Have to Be Irrelevant

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:46 min | 9 months ago

Donald Trump Didn't Have to Be Irrelevant

"Trump is irrelevant. He gives interviews that. Don't make headlines. He sends out statements that become the butt of jokes. sure he's got the era of congressional republicans but no member of the gop has the influence or the audience to be trump's messenger. Which makes him irrelevant. But this segment isn't meant to mock him. It's meant to mourn what actually could have been because donald trump didn't have to be irrelevant. Seventy four million americans voted for him in two thousand twenty like him or not. His voice matters to some people he could've spoke out in real honest ways on important issues without fear of polls and push back that guided so much of his value system in the white house. It is ironic that on the one year anniversary of trump wondering whether people could inject bleach into themselves to kill the corona virus. He told the new york post quote. I'm all in favor of the vaccine strongly. Strongly recommend it. Because it's a real life saver quote. Now he says this where was he. Months ago when the vaccine i came out while he was still president and his words could have mattered. It was even clear by his refusal to help distribute the vaccines. He wanted credit for pushing companies to develop vaccines but he didn't seem to care if they ever got into people's arms and new york and dc centric republicans. The main new york post audience. Really the people who need to hear this message. Could this be a stunt to make himself look better or any positive side effect that is just that of side effect trump could have pushed americans to get vaccinated sooner. Could've told americans that vaccines are safe. But he's so preoccupied with attacking. Lebron james and mitch mcconnell that he missed his moment to save lives now should know. Trump's message is a good one the vaccine is a lifesaver and maybe skeptics will take his advice. Which would be great for all of us. But it's likely too little too late because he's irrelevant and let's not just limit. The vaccine. trump could be relevant if he spoke to other issues affecting his base for structure. Biden's two point. Two trillion dollar infrastructure plan would benefit large swaths of trump's base. It would provide jobs to rural and suburban communities. It would repair critical infrastructure. It would expand broadband access and trump has good reason to support the biden plan because he actually pitched a two trillion dollar infrastructure plan just last year but that's just not trump. of course he's not advocating for anything that might give joe biden a win even if it helps his base because it doesn't help him so he condemns the plan and that's been trump's problem since he came down that infamous escalator at trump tower to declare his candidacy for president. Trump doesn't want to help others if it doesn't help him he doesn't push vaccines because many in his base are against them. He doesn't push it infrastructure plan because it's a democratic plant and he's still out going on fox to claim that he won the election and putin who's currently killing alexei navalny in prison is an okay guy so perhaps he should be irrelevant but has claimed political power is the paralysis that elected republicans have in breaking away from him against what the trump base is against. Even if it's not rooted in fact you can't be for policies that a democrat would support. You have to be cool with anti-democratic impulses like voter suppression. That's where the republican party is. Right now cova conspiracies. Defending the capital riot has overblown or committed by antifa. Blm thinking republican election officials in states that correctly. Certified the vote for joe. Biden are traders and frantically pushing legislation to make sure that never happens again but when this is what the party is about. How else could they possibly win

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Jeff Bezos Promises to Make Amazon “Earth’s Best Employer” in Farewell Letter

Techmeme Ride Home

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Jeff Bezos Promises to Make Amazon “Earth’s Best Employer” in Farewell Letter

"As we know. Jeff bezos is relinquishing his. Ceo title later this year and so this morning. He released his final letter to shareholders as amazon ceo. And it's interesting. He directly addressed one of the elephants in the room and suggested that amazon should extend its famous obsession with customer experience to cover care for amazon's own employees as well quoting cnbc. Bazars pointed to the recent union election outcome. At one of amazon's warehouses as an example of why the company needs to address challenges within its workforce last week amazon secured enough votes to defeat a historic unionization. Drive at its bessemer. Alabama warehouse which if successful would have represented the first union at a us amazon facility while the voting results were lopsided and our direct relationship with employees is strong. It's clear to me that we need a better vision for how we create value for employees. A vision for their success. Bazo wrote amazon has famously held a core set of leadership principles chief among them being customer obsessed in the future bazo said he wants amazon to do the same for its employees quote. Despite what we've accomplished it's clear to me that we need a better vision for our employees success. Bazo said we have always wanted to be earth's most customer centric company. We won't change that. It's what got us here. But i am committing us to an addition we are going to be earth's best employer and earth's safest place to work and quotes in his new role as executive chairman. Bazo said he plans to focus on how to make amazon's warehouses safer. Roughly forty percent of work related injuries are sprains or strains mostly due to repeating the same motions and our common among new employees. He

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"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Oh this is. This is where we can sing a song. The central nervous system starts in your brain in your brain in your brain. It goes down your brain into the spinal cord the central nervous system spinal cord and then the nerves. Go out into the rest of your body through your arms and through your legs and down to your toes and fingers all right well. That was one of the better songs. I think i've done I have to check up on our holidays in the us. It's international day of human spaceflight. let's also in other parts of the world to in canada. It is jersey day in india. It is chitra. Tra- sue gladdy. In russia it is cosmonautics day which is probably related to international day of human spaceflight. 'cause they're they have cosmonauts and here in america we have astronauts Oh so a little bit more information. It is the commemoration of first human in space. By your your can't say his name. Yuri garin from russia And it's also called yuri's night that's an international observance in north carolina. it is halifax day in liberia. It is national redemption day. It is children's day in bolivia it is. Oh and this one. I had to save this one for last. It is national grilled cheese sandwich day in the us. So i need to make sure that. I have some cheese so some vegan cheese so i can make me self some grilled cheese. Maybe i'll have it for breakfast lunch and dinner and second breakfast and elevensies all right. I think that is good for today. I hope you enjoyed this. And you keep on enjoying this and you go. Tell your people about this podcast. are we gonna. We're gonna end it there. Yeah i think we should end it there. Because i need to get going. I need to record some other stuff. Here we go. Let's end it one two three go. Thank you very much for listening. And until next time this is spencer dispensing information goodbye..

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"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:52 min | 10 months ago

"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

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"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

"About that. On the one hand i feel like yeah i mean i guess makes sense and you know you want to. You want to have that character. Look like how they should look but at the same time the world is made up of people who don't necessarily look like what they identify as right So i don't know that. Maybe maybe we need to break this mold. All right next is central city two words noun from nineteen fifty one a city that constitutes the densely populated center of a metropolitan area. Next is centralized. And i have a hair might mytalk get that hair out of here. Centralize british variation of centralize with a z. E. that will becoming shortly next is centralism noun from eighteen. Thirty one the concentration of power and control in the central authority of an organization as a political or educational system and compared to the word federalism. I think i need to learn more about these things. So what does this. Let's read it again. The concentration of power and control in the central authority of an organization. So what's federal federalism. Would that be that. It's in the government that the concentration of powers in the government and not the center of an organization but what is an organization that can mean lots of things. I don't know centralist is a noun. Active and centralistic is an adjective next is centrality or centrality noun from sixteen forty seven one the quality or state of being central to central situation three tendency to remain in or at the center next is centralized with as z e. This is a verb from eighteen hundred starting with in transitive. There's just one of those to form a center. Cluster around center now we have transitive one to bring to a center. Synonym is consolidate as in centralize all the data in one file to to concentrate by placing power and authority in a center or central organization. Centralization is a noun and centralisers is a noun that is the one who is doing all of the centralizing. They are centralizing the data into one file next. Oh this is going to be fun. The next two might be fun but this one particularly it is. Central limit theorem three words. The definition is a very large block of text. it is a noun from nineteen fifty one. That's when i saw that. That's not when i saw. That's when the movie strangers on a train was made okay. This is central. Limit theorem any of several fundamental theorems of probability and statistics that state the conditions under which the distribution of a sum of independent random variables is approximated by the normal distribution. Especially one which is much applied in sampling and which states that the that the distribution of a mean of sample from population with finite variance is approximated by the normal distribution as the number in the sample becomes large. I just read words. And i don't know what they mean. That is not the first time that this has happened. Let us move on to central nervous system. Three words noun from circa nineteen o. Seven the part of the nervous system which invertebrates consists of the brain and spinal cord to which sensory impulses are transmitted and from which motor impulses. Pass out. i just have this. They just baseball over the pass out And which coordinates the activity of the entire nervous system compare to peripheral nervous system that would be you know after it leaves the central nervous system. That's the peripheral nervous system. Sorry about that okay. Next we have a central processing unit three words noun from nineteen sixty one. We just have the synonym. Cpu p u So we'll get to that later that it's a it's the computer to the central processing unit next is central tendency to words noun from circa nineteen twenty eight of the degree of clustering of the values of a statistical distribution that is usually measured by.

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"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"centric" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. It's the podcast. It's the podcast Okay i don't know why i feel like maybe i'll tell you a little bit of what's going on in my life last night yesterday. Was alfred hitchcock day at the time. I'm recording this. And so my wife. And i watched strangers on a train from nineteen fifty one And it's a really good for a movie from back in the day Sometimes they're kinda hard to watch those old movies but this one was good We also watched a not great movie before that A horror movie. Which i'm i'm not even going to mention what it is because it wasn't the greatest thing in the world So why did i even say it. I don't know. I just thought i would do that. i thought there was something else. Oh i've been if you care to know this i've been slowly going through the clone wars tv show. I think they're like seven seasons. I never watched it before. And i thought it would be fun to sort of sort of live tweeted while i'm watching it. I only you know might get through two or three episodes of night. When i do actually watch it and so if you want to follow me on twitter it's speed kampar s. p. e. j. a. m. p. a. r. and. I'll just make some stupid jokes and stupid questions and posting pictures of it. I do them in in threads. Each episode is its own threat. Anyway i've been doing that slowly. I think i'm only like. I dunno less than twenty episodes in a rape. But you are here for the words. Let's talk about them central casting. Is i two words. Noun from nineteen fifty seven the department of a movie studio responsible for casting actors especially viewed as a source of people who are stereotypical of their role in appearance behavior or nature as in a politician right out of central casting. Yeah most most characters in movies are made up of people who stereotypically look like what that character would be and i..

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"centric" Discussed on Money and Mandem

Money and Mandem

02:45 min | 11 months ago

"centric" Discussed on Money and Mandem

"Mean the. I'll be i you mean alexa -tarian that would be my point. Is that like you can be vegan. Centric gets vegan is not a cult. It's like it's just a mindset right so you can have the mindset that oh i should really get off animal products. I should take off myself. I stick over the vermin and then that's all it should be. It shouldn't be like oh my days if they seem eating chicken. i've now. I've now betrayed the vegan colts find funny. You're up next to you. Want issue wanna flex. I'm beacon century. I think like a vegan. But it doesn't mean i don't have to wait. Wait wait now. A sin for me to eat chicken. What kind of life is that. I've been saying exactly exa. -tarian i'm confused. Certainly the stupid word. It doesn't good meaning. It doesn't okay. That means veganism as a coach. And i'm going to be any with them. Because i didn't know what does that mean. Just book home. Make up your mind. This is flex -tarian right. What's your mindset like mine is i'm saying in terms of mindset. Maybe not in terms of consumption in mind. You're not serious. I've just took a lot. But i'm up against you because it's made no mccain says right now i contact chicken guy according to what happened. What's doesn't -tarian. You can tearing the whole mind time for anything. That's what he knew. Exactly what you're saying around life. No no i refuse night. Why why did you. I feel like you can't stand for anything. Flexible can't stand for anything vegan century. I'm big concentric even now now i'm beginning subject as well. You're not about kfc..

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