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Orioles' win streak ends at 10; Bethancourt, Rays rally

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Orioles' win streak ends at 10; Bethancourt, Rays rally

"The Orioles ten game winning streak is over after the radius rallied in the 6th inning to beat Baltimore 5 four Tampa Bay surged ahead with four straight extra base hits Josh Lowe yu Cheng and Francisco mejia delivered consecutive doubles before Christian bethencourt smacked his first Homer as a ray raymon aureus Homer twice for the birds and trade Mancini also went deep but the Orioles loaded the bases without scoring in the first and 5th innings Matt Whistler approved a three and three Tyler wells tired in the 6th and fell to 7 and 5 The outcome drops the O's back to 500 and puts the raise ten games over 500 I'm Dave

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The AP Interview: Khashoggi fiancee criticizes Biden visit

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

The AP Interview: Khashoggi fiancee criticizes Biden visit

"The fiance of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is criticizing President Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia a teacher chengi says the president's meeting with the Saudi crown prince is a sign he is backing down on a pledge to prioritize human rights It's a heartbreaking and disappointing Cheng gui tells the AP President Biden will lose moral authority by putting oil and expediency over principles and values She thought the president was different He's doing the same And embracing dictators in the region right now Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has long denied any knowledge or involvement in Khashoggi's killing What is his body still We do not have any answer And people need to get a truth During the campaign the president describes Saudi Arabia as a pariah We can not forget what happened to Jamal I'm Ed

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Laguna Woods Shooter Was a China Communists Sympathizer

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Laguna Woods Shooter Was a China Communists Sympathizer

"Details on the California church shooting Sunday have now come up. Turns out it's a chai calm sympathizer. That's right. A fan of the Chinese Communist Party went and shot up the Geneva Presbyterian Church in laguna Woods. He also brought explosives. It could have been far worse than the one dead and 5 wounded. Doctor John Chang, a physician, is a hero. He ran at him, it took a bullet, doctor Cheng died, but sufficiently disturbed the killer that the other parishioners, including the pastor, were able to hit him with chairs, knock him down, tie him up, take his two guns and not allow him to shut off the explosives.

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"cheng" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

04:43 min | 7 months ago

"cheng" Discussed on The 3:59

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"cheng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"cheng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hi Emily Cheng and San Francisco and this is Bloomberg technology coming up in the next hour Remote first for Robin Hood The company says it will now allow most employees to work from home permanently We'll discuss the continuing trend away from the office Plus HBO Max has his biggest digital premiere ever with euphoria We'll get a status update on the streaming wars in 2022 from Netflix versus Disney to Apple and more And the top companies to work at as we go in two year three of the pandemic when employers employees say are the best in tech And why All that in a moment but first it's going to look at the markets and stocks continuing a comeback with a big focus on inflation or at ludlow here with the latest Ed take it away Yes we get the biggest inflation print in four decades 7% but in line with market expectations You remember 24 hours prior speaking at a confirmation hearing of Capitol Hill federal chair Jay Powell says that the fed will act to stamp out inflation So you see kind of a muted reaction in financial markets right You can see the NASDAQ 100 are very tech heavy indexed in the equity markets Up four tenths of 1% were continuing to rebound that we've seen this week after pretty heavy losses to start the year Philadelphia doctor index also up 7 ten to 1% And in the crypto space we also saw some buoyancy particularly driven by Bitcoin which briefly popped above $44,000 per token You see the Bloomberg galaxy crypto index which includes Ethereum and other lower market cap cryptocurrencies rising 4% and also some strength in EV related stocks as well as we see a rebound in Tesla shares Mega caps had a good day Let's bring out the next board and take a look at them particularly the likes of Tesla and alphabet the parent company of Google of course Tesla up 4% despite news which we'll speak about later in the show of course of a hack by an individual in Europe who allegedly took remote control access some vehicles with tested and paid brands Also seeing strength of course in Microsoft and Apple shares Bloomberg scoop coming out that Microsoft is hired one of apple's top semiconductor talents One of their chip designers then but in the moment there wasn't much reaction there Finally let's bring up Bitcoin and look at the last 5 days It's been volatile We've been talking a lot about what is Bitcoin But when we saw that inflation print we did see Bitcoin go above 44,000 U.S. dollars per token and make some games You can see we're trading just below that at this moment in time But the question remains Emily what is Bitcoin Is it an inflation hedge Is it a haven asset or does it behave like a recess get let assets like equities I guess we'll find out later We shall see Thank you I want to continue to cover the return to the office now or for some companies lack thereof Robinhood announcing it's going remote first The company behind the popular trading app saying there will be no requirement for staff to go into offices regularly with some exceptions Some Robinhood teams may need to live close to an office for regulatory or business reasons Meantime Google is keeping its employees still working from home supply with high end instant COVID tests while contract workers still coming into the office have to wait longer for their results Bloomberg's anti masa who covers Robinhood and Niko grant who covers alphabet joining us now to discuss annual start with you Robin Hood going remote for certainly not the first company to do so but why That's right so Robin Hood is going remote first and they said that in their blog post announcing this move that this is really driven by the ability to attract all kinds of talent all over the country and that they want to reach across the aisle to some of the people who have been hit hardest by the pandemic and really want that shift towards remote work to stay They said that it can help improve the diversity of their workforce So that was the main argument that they made in making this move Talk to us about the exceptions Why would an employee need to live close to the office especially the regulatory concern Regulatory and business reasons they said could keep some different kinds of employees in a zone where they would have to remain within congestions to the office This would be in limited cases but any kinds of employees who have to be in the office at certain points for in person in person work But it would be in very limited cases The real move is to be remote first Is Robinhood going to be getting rid of their office footprint or significantly scaling it down They didn't say exactly what they would do there though they did say that offices would be available for the employees who do want to come to work in actual office buildings So it's up to the employees They did not say that this would be about dramatically reducing their office footprint and that they've been able to adapt to this work from home environment And employees will still be able to get into their offices and go into offices But we've certainly seen some companies take advantage of the new work from home first lifestyle to do things like offer salaries that are different maybe for those people who work outside of Silicon Valley or reduce office footprints So that's something to watch in the coming months for Robin Hood All right thanks Annie for that update I want to get to Google's testing strategy now with Bloomberg's Niko grant Nico talk to us about what Google is supplying It's full-time employees with versus contractors So if you're at Google full-time employee right now in the U.S. you're not obligated in the vast majority of circumstances to report to any Google office or canvas but you.

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"I'm going to get better anyway. Because that's what i want. Yeah and like. I'm gonna make content. That i know like going forward. My goal with next few months is actually to make content. Because i think it's good and oftentimes it's going to look more professional polished. And that means it's gonna perform worse than social media but ultimately you know have an audience but i my paying audience as of the very very small percentage of my audience that are like marketers who could hire and they actually appreciate the you know something a little more technical or profession. Yeah and so. I think for me. I'm not look i've got. Some more rebalancing portfolio probably going to do less of iphone stuff. I'm not gonna get away from it. Kintyre because i genuinely enjoy doing it by. I'm just not only going to pump out that. I'm going to do what my genuine interests are. Even though i know it's going to be less numbers. Yeah i think all somewhere on a one of those analytics pages that your followers break down into four categories and only remember two of them but there are saying like followers people that like you for your content and want to like ingest it and there's also the buyers of the people like you said like the actually pay you the leads for your jobs and so it's like i. What we have to do is have a balance of it. Like polish shots iphone shots and then anything in between just playing the game playing the game always. It's a fun game. If you a which i should i should sit down and like really think of it like a game because if anything is a game. I wanna win exactly. Yeah i feel like with all this all these promotions and growth hacks and stuff like you have to find what makes what about it makes it fundamentally otherwise. It's just exhausting. it really is. I remember when clubhouses really high and everyone was in clubhouse like getting all the growth. Hack advice and i'm just like i make loss did it here listening to all this was. Oh my god. I remember that that was like where is it still happening now clubhouse now i i still happening not i remember being on in the very beginning and being in all of the growth. Hack a rooms and then taking notes and then trying to implement them. It was like this isn't for me. Like i'm i'm not this thinker like i'm creative taipei mentality when it comes to organization but like i i don't know i feel like that's that's a skill set that i do not have but before we end. I really want to ask one last question in. This can go any way that you want. But since you've had like so many different avenues in your journey but if you could give one piece of advice for anyone that is a creative or wants to be creative in any sort of capacity what is your kind of life motto or advice that you would give to them okay. My advice is don't take anyone's advice. that's here. i love that. Because why would you even listen to that anyway. Sort of meta. But like what..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Because i'm going to keep doing my most popular series like the most followers. Come from my diy camera yes. Yeah and frankly like. I've used all my best ideas for that. I don't have another. Diy camera hack video currently planned like at some point. Maybe i'll come up with some ideas and do another one but like it's not my current interest. Do that. And i know that light when i post a video that are not that people who follow me for that reason knocking like it as much and they might not engage in the my follow me and that's okay like that is their toys how they want to spend their time and their interest and so. I think i've just had to like really make peace without because if i came up with more than their. Diy camera half video right now. It would just be rehashing my old stuff right and i don't that doesn't give me excitement or interest so it's like if i keep doing the thing that people follow me for. I know the quality would decline what i really need to do. Is i need to do new things and different things that i am proud of and that may not be a fit for them and that is okay. Yeah how many times have you in the past like made content that you think that your followers would like but you're like i feel like okay about this but i know that they will like it do. What's your your barometer for. Yeah it's interesting So my most successful video on instagram as measured by number of followers is video that i may called low-budget shots with household objects. And i got over three hundred thousand followers from that one. Holy shit graham. Yeah that's crazy conversion right. Yeah well. I got it so i did the whole strategy right. Got it replacement a bunch of page and then i got reposted on nine gag. It got like thirty million views on nine gag and then that probably brought a the huge number followers..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"And you've transitioned a couple times over the years. What is it like to transition. And what are the steps that you take in order to like make that leap because like leaping from one thing that you feel safety in and like that you've like you feel like you have control over it and you're like okay. I want to do other leap and the net will appear but the more that you grow and the more that you get successful. That leap is no longer. Like a lateral leap. It's like sometimes. We're leaping down but it's for something that's better for us or you know something. We're taking risk on so like what's the what's your mindset when you're going through those transitions. Yeah is such a good thing for you to bring it. Because i know you've gone through any of these leaps yes as well So i think the first one is the hardest the first career change or transition content of it or whatever the first time you have to pivot in life. It's the hardest because you have probably at that point. Identify yourself by this thing like think about your twitter bio or your instagram bio. Or you're the what people the first thing people ask you when they meet you like we all are forced to label ourselves in society and usually we label ourselves by profession. And so when you change the thing that you do you're not only changing your job but you sort of having to change your identity and changing what you call yourself until the first thing that happens. It's very scary. But i think it was so unhappy doing it that i was like i have to 'cause i just. I couldn't tolerate doing what i was doing before anymore. And then every transition after. That is a little less scary. I think for me. I'm such a novelty seeker like item. I'm so drawn to new things and that allows me to pivot because actually try. New things gives me energy and so in some degree pivoting. Even though it's exhausting also gives me on whereas i think for many people doing new things drains them. I think this is a different type of person is more of a craftsman across person. Who like they really energy from. Really refining one skill and building it over years and years and sometimes decades. That's a different personality type. Where like pivoting would really not be given energy in any way whatsoever and so. I think it's very much like a personality or energy kind of thing. yeah. I'm very similar. Is the novelty thing is huge for me. Because i think that. That's also why i liked to do transformations done because it's like this room is like dreadful and then review it and then it's like so fun to be in and then i'm like oh this is so great i love it so much and then i look around the corner and i'm like oh well that's kind of drab and then i read you that room and so there's so many people online that are like do you. Just keep on redoing your rooms because you like it or because there's a something deep down that you don't want to confront and i'm like no it was at that. Oh my god. I'm like mardi confronting those things. But like i just i love it and there's never an always made project because my brain is like so many creative ideas and they always keep changing..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"My hands started really stressing me out really worried me on and it turned out to be fine but i've had it for years. Actually but i just. I was just getting all these physical symptoms of stress and then there was just one night where i like just threw up from stress and that was the first time that that had ever happened and i was like. Oh i think i'm actually straight. Yeah because i before. I think i was stressed. But i didn't even realize it i was like okay. Got under control. Like things are fine. Gonna do this and do this. You're just in such problem solving while that you don't even feel one hundred percent and then your body is just like i'm gonna throw up now because listen you are strapped. I'm gonna make sure you listen. I'm like okay so then i was like okay. I need to make some changes. So that was the first time that i burnt out. And so so. Now i'm solo and i think that's like much better for me and i feel like i actually almost hit a burn out very very recently and what happened there was. I had a really stressful work project and normally my work. My projects are not that stressful. Because i give myself a lot of margin of error but this particular project was just released russell. Sometimes you can't avoid it and then it just it triggered the cycle of insomniac for me. An insomniac insomniac. Just do not deal well with at all and then so once. I have insomnia than. It's like i i can. I can do so much. Hopefully feel like normally handle like ten medium-sized task today. And then one task and ten medium-sized today. And then i can barely handled twos. Malta wow yeah. It's just like it's totally crippling for me. And so i'm just now getting out of that. And i'm just like okay like these things can destroy me like overnight practically so i need to kind of balance my workload and start being a lot more selective about what i say yes to and so this is like i'm so i've just now recalibrating because i feel like you always the level of which you have to start being more selective can increase rapidly if like things are blowing up like i'm sure for you when the networks strope blew up then all these all started coming your way and you had to recalibrate. Yeah when when yeah. I have so much to say about that understanding what to say yes or no. Because i'm i'm like barely understanding that because like right now i just think it's i'm notorious for just saying yes to everything i will say. Notice something if i don't think there's any value for either party like in the long term But like sometimes i will act out of scarcity of being like yeah..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Like once you do it undo the last little bit and then we'll just tape an insert of that and then like oh. Yeah it could be waste simpler than doing it like in the moment. Yes so. That's definitely what i've learned and i guess like from every burnout you learn something. Okay so i want to hear about your god. I feel like my my like chronological order burnout. I can't even really count them. But i know that there was like three monumental ones that i was like. I don't wanna do this anymore. And every time it happens. I mean i think the first one. I just become a full-time creator. Where like. I quit. My restaurant job and i was doing brand deals and i think i just had way too much plate which i always do but like back then. I didn't know how much i could handle until it showed me and it was like no. I think i had a probably a panic attack or just crying or something like that and then my second burnout was just never taking a break. Like i was always on always recording. My relationships were failing because it was like what i had. Prioritized was my relationship with the camera and it was like what. What what is the audience. Getting and i would live my life for the video. Sometimes as an introver-. I wanted to stay in but my blog for the week because i used to do two videos per week on youtube and my of log for the week. I didn't do anything interesting. So i was like well. I have to go do something now. And then i would like be out on hollywood boulevard doing something crazy just for the video and it's like this is a curse of of law. I know and i was like this. This is it for me and so every time. I do have a burnout. I learn a little bit more about what i want to do. Because after that. I was like okay. I'm not putting my relationship online. I'm not gonna to around my friends. And i'm not going to do something i don't want to do. And so i was like okay with those parameters. Now what. I wanna do okay. I'll just do talking heads setups and then from there. What do you want to do. Okay now i start to design and fashion lifestyle. And it's like okay. Every burnout gets me a little closer to like things that are not gonna burn me out. Yes exactly you just have to learn the hardway some things you have to learn. I know okay your. Turn your burnout third okay. So i felt like my whole life has just always been about like. How can you be more. How can you do more lake. You live your life by like. Let's do more go rhino. And it's like it's just drilled into you both in american culture and like asian culture it's just drilled into you in every yes and it's just how i wanna naturally be seen and perceived myself and all that productivity hacks and all that so and so the first time i hit the point where it was too much was i had actually. I had like a small production company. Small video production company and i had four employees and i did not realize how stressful it would be to have him. Yes everyone tells you. And i was not prepared for it. I tell you i didn't.

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Yeah well. that's so wild. I've never really thought about when i when i think of instagram. I guess it came after youtube for me like it was. I had instagram at high school. But i never used it like i am using now so with youtube is like cross promotion and collaborating was the only way to grow like back in oji youtube days. And now it's like yeah. I guess obviously instagram is. I think in my opinion bigger than youtube especially for growth. Like youtube is so hard to grow right now but i i do. Yeah i think. Instagram is much easier to grow on a mini specially with reels. I mean like in my mind with real now with real before real growth was definitely not cool for quite some time. But it's like we can all say it was an issue even thinking about instagram and collapsing. That way and cross promotion. Like i used to do on youtube something that i didn't really explore before and i'm only starting now to do the social part of social media because before it was like. Oh i make a youtube video. I make small cut downs. I put it on instagram. I do this on twitter data. But now i'm starting to interact with a bunch of design pages and a bunch of different silas and interior people. It's like whoa. This is so cool like this is. This is the social media that everybody else was using. You know that. I didn't know about because i was just like. Oh i'm a company. I am an empire putting all this stuff out. Because i i make content everywhere. And it's like oh you're forgetting about the reasons. Social media exists is to be so sean connect with people yes. I also ignored instagram for the longest time. Because i just thought it was a place for like super superhuman. Yeah but then like are really really amazing design. There's really amazing artists. There's really there's like insanely amazing. Creativity on here is just have to just unfathomable boring content and follow but people creating interest truly. It's it's. I'm trying to get back on the train of of consistent posting on instagram. I guess if if we were to like try to get our our products tantamount to each other like one of your filmmaking pieces and one of my rooms like these things take a lot of ta so yeah. No one's gonna wait for a room for me. You know because it's like oh it's a picture whereas you could watch a whole document or a whole video of whatever you like your content. It's like visual and it's moving for me. It's like okay. It's a picture if people don't like interior design. They're going to go right past it. Okay but how long does it take to get. It depends on what. I'm doing. So what i do now is like i will making youtube videos. The only way to like show the entire process. And then i can cut down into smaller things if i was a better content creator than i would do a lot of reels for rooms which i am it would just be so much easier. But like i was with my. I'm doing a rental property with a business partner of mine and we were demoing. Are the house that we have and it was like okay. This is when we should do a real and it's like oh i don't want to go and he's like i know but we need to and it was just like we. It's like one of those things where it's like love to see it hate to do it like it's yeah. Why do you feel like you have that resistant..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Send it to larger pages on instagram. And i send it to the pages. That are in my niche. So my niche is filmmaking. I will send it to all the filmmaking pages. And i've been doing that for the past two years so now i have relationships with all of them but when i started out i didn't so it was just like trying to build those relationships and getting them to post and get them to post my work and so that's basically a way to engineer going viral. You're not actually going viral. But it has the same effect. Yeah because you're getting way more views than you would have otherwise. And so i basically grew my count by doing this and then if i was a little more funny that i can post it on. It was still still making but it was more like funny though making then i could post posted on the bigger like humor pages which are much larger than the filmmaking pages. If i had a filmmaking video that had to travel slant could put on it. Then i can get reposted on travel pages which also have a much bigger audience filmmaking page interesting so that was basically how i agree with so when you reach out to these. People in you send your. It's like you post the video. You send it to them through like a dm and then you ask them. Yeah so there's a whole strategy when you are smaller. It's a lot harder to get noticed because he's pages. They do get tons of dmz. So i would say actually email them on because they get fewer emails so it's easier to stand out if you email them Also a lot of these accounts they says who runs them so go follow the person who runs them and just start interacting and building relationship with the actual person. Yeah that that personal account doesn't get as many games or messages and then a really important thing is to only them. You're really good stuff so only stuff. It's actually performing like your top ten percent posts because if you actually sent them something that's not that great and they decide to post it and it doesn't perform on their page. They're not gonna post you right. Ultimately you wanted to form well on their page. Because they're doing it so that they can get followers to so like. Let's make everyone win here. You know and so. I only i don't post. I don't send every single thing that i post but if i have something that's like okay. This is going to do well. I actually legit. I think it's going to do really well on their page. I'll send it and that's why have relationships with these just now because they're noticing. Oh every time post context seems to do well and so that makes it easier easier for me. Every and building trust yeah. It's no secret that i'm a goal setter whether it's dreaming up a new.

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"How much do you think you're getting the certification for you versus for like i have. It has society. I definitely think half-and-half well the thing is. It's i'm learning so much through it that i'm like oh this would be great just for me but i think definitely i don't know if i would say fifty fifty but it's definitely close like i definitely want to learn all the things that i need to do. This craft like all coding and like all the terminology for different fabrics and like what the limited space or like the minimum space. You can have between like a stove in an island because like actual function. There's so much of that. I didn't really know before. Because i know what looks good like when you're creative you can make anything work visually but when it comes to design and user interface and user experience like it has to be functional. And so yeah. It's definitely learning a lot in that for me and it definitely helps me like the more percentages i get. It makes me feel more validated. But when i have a certification posted on my wall. I think it's going to be like a magazine is the official stance. Yeah you know it's interesting. I felt kind of similar to you. Where like the more success. I get the more okay. Here's what it is. It's like for the past year and a half two years. I've really focused on growing my instagram fault. Yes and so. I started about two years ago with like. I don't know three thousand hours. Wow i have a million and it's amazing. I'm like it's from like constant growth hacking. It's from like me. Actually legit trying to grow my instagram. And i've i've realized that as my instagram gets bigger and bigger. I feel so much more pressure. And i censor myself so much. Yes god because it's like i it's like okay. Here's here's one. here's what i don't. Here's the feeling we're trying to avoid. I don't want someone to go on my instagram. Pay and be like. I don't get what the big deal is like. I don't get why she's gone. That many follow. What would i ever anything that just from like me being judge. Mental honestly cannot prejudge mental person. And i'm like working being less regimental. But i have gone on other talk accounts instagram accounts and be like. I don't get why they have the millions of followers they're safari and so because i because i judge ali will not wear then. I judge myself on that way ten times. It's hard oh totally you know. Yes so so. I think it's this feeling of like so as i was actually. I hit a million followers on instagram. Fairly recently and as i was approaching i sort of feeling like increasingly anxious. Because i'm just like okay. I need to be performing at the level that this follower account indicate i need to because i know there's so many incredibly talented like directors and editors who have way if you were followers and that's for manufacturers probably the main of which is that. They just didn't prioritize growing instagram. Like i did. That's the biggest factum. And i think people just have a natural tendency to judge people based off of those numbers and the relative numbers. Oh absolutely and so. But yeah i was thinking how like when i started out when i had the fewer followers. Do you have any platform the more like free. You are to explore my god and then the bigger you get the more you just need to like. Okay i need to really censor myself. And there's things that i make. I just never does. 'cause i'm just like yeah. I don't really think it hits the bar anymore. Oh two years ago. I would have posted that. I would've posts that no problem right but now i'm just like i don't even post it. Wow so when you are doing. Growth hacking and a lot of guests is grams out..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"On your taste. Always being better than your ability. I think this is an irish. Ira glass or something because that way you will push yourself to always be better so you have an awareness where all your weaknesses are and so. That is part of where the impostor syndrome is coming from. It's like oh boy. I have all these things is only get better at. But then the opposite of pasta syndrome is that is. I don't know if you've heard that done krueger. Even saying that. Basically if basically the effect where everyone thinks that they're above average and it's the effect we're actually the the less competent. You aren't something the more confident you are the better using guard because you actually have no idea what you don't know totally so in that sense. Having imposter syndrome is a good sign because it shows that you are self aware of your improvement areas that true and i love it so much. That's oh my god okay. That makes you feel a little better. And just i don't want to always be living with it though. Like guess nine. In the way that i when you're like oh i just accepted it like i would love to accept it if it didn't well. You know what. Now that i think about it but it affects you in a way that you don't want to. Yeah but you. I think. I've been struggling with is like the other people thing of like. I've always cared. What other people thought especially being creator online of like what are people gonna think of this video and and it's just like okay. Are they going to think. i'm stupid. Funny smart whatever it is. And so now. When i'm thinking that like i'm going down this design path. It's like everything. I create has to be incredible so that other people can go yes. She is a designer. And it's like who are. Why are you proving this to anyone other than yourself. And like i know what i can do but i think it's like the other people haven't seen my taste in my mind exactly like what you were saying like. I know my trajectory. I know where i'm going to end up. I know what i'm capable of. And maybe other people do too. But i feel like until they see it. I'm not credited. Like i'm not a certified credible. Do you feel like that pressure has gone up since you've gone on this netflix show and gotten a lot more like credibility notoriety hundred percent. There was one article that i was crying over because in the in the we just got our. We re wrap around here. We just announced that we are pushing out a second season which we actually shy all in one okay. So curious was like way they must have shot this before the first one even air. Why should we shot. All we sought sixteen episodes around the world and we didn't really know how it was gonna shake out so it was like we. Then they picked like the first season if you will even though we shot it in in one chung put it out smart if like people like day and if they did then we would put out the next eight episodes..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"The i actually resisted being an influence or for so long so the influence or things supernanny. I only started that. Like in the last two years and i resisted doing it being influence so long one because i had judgment again. Yeah i was like. Oh i'm not an influencer and then too because i thought i could never be so consistent because i see people posting every day or every week and i was like i could never do that and so what i figured out is okay. I just need to post less frequently. But i try to make everything that i do like something. That's a really interesting good and yeah. I think that's a really smart way to do it. Especially like i've been doing this for ten years. The influence our world which i honestly still have some resistance to just because of the word influence and even now content creator like. It's not it doesn't make me feel good until like longest time. Like i didn't want people to call me a youtube because i was like i. That's one of the nineteen things you want. Wanna be just put into one smaller box and then it was like. Oh but the content. I'm making on feels a little bit in a little bit more premium than just like a youtube blog. You know so. I was like okay. That doesn't feel right either. And then now that. I saw like people on reality. Shows being content creators. Like why don't do that. So what is my tidal like. I've always been kind of confused on what to call itself. But it's so funny it's always a negative whatever. Whatever we're called. There's always a negative association. Youtuber always seen as less premium influencers. Then it's like okay now. Content creator soon conduct later is i feel like i feel like we keep having to rebrand the name because we do because it keeps getting negative. Keep us out so funny. Yeah i mean ba. I'm very grateful now to be making the transition into interior design and like tv hosting. Because it's like okay. Finally now like my title matches. How i feel like for you creative director like we get. We have what we feel like. Yes exactly. I think for the longest time i called myself director when it was a complete imposter syndrome. Zing yes. there's no certification for director. There's no thing that you pass that now direct and so for the longest. I'm just like i was gonna call myself a director and pretend until like you know. I feel legit and i'm just going to call myself a creative director even though that's actually kind of a high level position in an ad agency but i was like whatever i'm just going to take it as opposed to content creation. Yeah no because i mean. I am a content creator. Frankly but i don't like to call myself that because it has a less premium connotation sauce. Just like i'm just gonna put creative director my bio and just going to try to make it feel more premium as best i can and doesn't it make a difference with the people that are coming to your page to look at it and also for you when you're looking at your page and you go yes..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Then i'll i'll consider that viral sure but it's just wild that like you figured out how to market it because even like doing a google search like after we started talking on instagram malls. Like honestly everything about this girl and then like what type your name and google. It's the seo is like working in your favor like there's like pinterest like links you have everything. Like if i was better at my job i would do but like i hit so like bogged down by the promotion of it all that i'm like up. I'll stories and then i'll be it but it's like i could be doing much more. Well i think everyone feels like they should be doing so much more promotion. And i think it's so much like an energy thing it's like. What do you gain energy from promoting or not and i gain energy from promoting to a certain extent. I also don't enjoy it as much. I think i really enjoy the game application of it. I really enjoy like trying to figure out how to how to crack it and it used to be actually so easy to get press. All you needed okay. So this was back in like. I don't know maybe like twenty four team around then like it was a lot easier to make something go viral even if you didn't have any sort of audience or following and all you needed to do was like come up with a concept that would make for a good news headline got it. Yes so like girl learns to dance in a year. That's good news headline or like i came up with you. Know i came up with the with the just like a phone technique and then i called it like this new selfie technique right because that was a good headline. so it's just like thinking about. Okay how can i make any concept into a good headline and then you go and you basically find reporters who have written about anything similar and then you called pitch them and then i would. I would honestly reach out to like three hundred reporter. Yeah so it was the maybe get like three of them to write about..

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"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Yeah yeah yeah. Welcome to another episode of just a tip the podcasts that's equally about its tangents as it is about. It's tips. i am your host meghan between in. I'm here today with karen x. Chang and we talk about career transitions being creators on social media the repercussions of going viral. Which and has done multiple times in multiple different avenues and my favorite topic to discuss with craters. Burn out enjoy. I know normal. Podcast like an hour. So i'm gonna like try and shove everything. Because i want to know so much about your journey because i just realized that i had seen your video your viral dancing video. I had no idea. I had no idea until same. I what that's completely different now. I mean that's isn't that like life for real. Like i feel like both of us definitely have so our hands and so many different things like. Where did you start where it was like the inciting incident for like your creativity. So i used to work for excel actually for the spreadsheet company. And then when i quit i decided like singer goodbye song to my co workers and the goodbye song was like night. There was nothing like mean or rude in it. But still the fact that i say goodbye song this kind of totally and then i just like posted on youtube. And then most people like you know when they. I don't know if you've ever been a corporate environment but people have these super long farewell emails about like next moving on next steps and i was like. I'm just going to send a youtube link. That's amazing because i was just like kind of like a little more. Rebellious plus a youtube link and it was meeting with vitamin coworkers. And then tech crunch this like major tech blog picked it up and then it became national news. And then it became international news like every single publication. It was because the headline was microsoft employees quits with song. And that's like such a good habit so you weren't even watching the video but it was just like..

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"cheng" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"His house to decide if things are right not to be able to give the onset but to be able to construct an argument and a framework for justifying an ensemble. And that's a much more congress if thing than just being able to spew out fats that someone has transplanted into your brain so but in being able to construct an argument to support the answer. Does that not leave open. Still the possibility that people are going to disagree over. What is right and i always thought this is a simplistic thought but i always thought that one of the great things about mathematics is that it's pretty it ought to. It gives us a set of tools to really be able to say right wrong guests the quesion balances or it doesn't well in father in high left metrics. It's more about context so rather than saying this is right misses wrong. We say here's a sense in which this is right because maybe in a different context this other things right and so it's a very basic example but also caused a huge storm on the internet. Recently you might think two plus two you just does equal four but then a whole load of mathematicians popped up and say. Oh well actually. Here's the context in which two plus two equals something else and a two plus two equals five to plus two equals zero in other context. Plus you can equal three and many people see. I think the same kinds of people who told gracie. She's done got really upset about this because they so wanted to believe that. My is the thing that they're good at but has clear right. Onces that delineates them as clever person than other people and so to see people actually say things that maybe they found difficult to understand was a threat to the self esteem and so they really upset about it but actually higher level math is about finding different contexts. In which different things true because the world around us has many different contexts and different things can be true depending on how you look at them and so for me. Math is really about having a flexible way of thinking so that you can see different points of view and this is completely opposite to how it's usually presented in education and how most mathematicians view it as a subject. I will fully admit that my mathematics education ended with calculus applications engineering problems. So not the higher level at that. You're talking about but now eugenia we have just a couple of minutes left. And i wanted to just explore a little bit more about Examples of congress's of behaviors in the world around us and specifically perhaps let's say in in in leadership through this pandemic right. Because i think some people pointed out that there are several countries out there who have done better than others And they like to point out. That many of those countries have female leaders. Do you think that's significant. I think it could. Well be significant. And we need to be careful because it's not the it's not the the share factor biology of being female. That is the issue. I think that. I'm not saying we should ignore gender definition agenda blind a narrows possibly something in the fact that a country where is even able to elect a female leader on like this country a country that is able to maybe just a different kind of country already the fact that they can even do that. But aside from that it's more about the style of leadership rather than the bid the specific gender of the person. And so maybe it's to do with the fact that they they would not overconfident. They did not simply bluster about the fact that we could. We could deal with this. That they did seek the help of experts and listen to experts in cases where they want. Experts themselves in some of the country's release turned out to be experts. But but taking on board those opinions rather than assuming that you'll write yourself is important and also not taking enormous risks with human life. Maybe that's also a congress aspect. And i think that risk taking is another one of those behaviors that often associated with men. But women are told. They need to do in order to be more accessible. You have to take risks to be successful. And i disagree with that because i don't take risks from absolutely not risk-taker and i do believe unsuccessful. Instead of taking risks i built safety nets to mitigate those risks which i think is much more is much more sensible with 'having and i think that that risking taking a risk with human life is a more ingrid behavior you. You think that we're going to be able to. We're going to be able to deal with this because we're a great country. That's the point of ingress of approach whereas being safer and protecting people are more coercive approach and maybe that is what helped some countries do better of course further further research is needed but having this terminology at all helps me to think mccleary about it robin and getting stuck in san well. It's because they were winning. We've just got one minute left eugenia. And i'm and i'm thinking about All the people listening there particularly the girls listening right now. Who hopefully are feeling quite inspired by you and your your path and and the work that you're doing i was just wondering we've got thirty seconds. Do what advice would you have for them. If they're in that moment in life where maybe they're getting pushback for their fundamental questions about math. I will say leave that the people who think that brilliant necessarily more brilliant than you and actually the greatest mathematicians i know we all think live really stupid will. 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"cheng" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"From wb are boston. I'm meghna chakrabarti. And this is on point sixteen year old gracie cunningham had questions about math. Her questions about homework. They were actually far more fundamental than that greasy. Wanted to know what math really is so. She took to talk for answers. I was just doing my makeup for work. And i just wanted to tell you guys about how i don't think math is real and i know that like it's real because we all like school or whatever but who came up with this concept and your various but how. How did you come up with this. He was living in the. I don't know whenever he was living. But it was not now where you can like have technology and stuff you know like he didn't even have plumbing q. The internet trolls in their customary spasm of immaturity branded gracie math girl and a mockery piled on so gracie made a follow up in which she says she tried to outsmart. My first question is how did people know what they were looking for when they started theorizing about formulas. because i wouldn't know what to look for if i'm making up math question number two once. They did find these formulas. How did they know that they were right. Because cow number three. Why is everyone being really into me on twitter greasy. My answer to that is because twitter is a terrible place now. Here's the thing there are people out there who have real answers to greece's questions because they're real mathematicians one of them joins us now eugenia chang. She's a mathematician. A concert pianist an author in her latest book is x. plus y. a. mathematicians manifesto for rethinking gender and. We have an excerpt of it at on point. Radio dot org eugenia. Welcome to point. Thank you so much for having me now. You know. I'm looking at your website eugenia. And there's a beautiful multi page document. Where you list all of gracie's questions and you give her thoughtful. Mathematically based answers. And i'm actually i. I'm curious to hear what what one of your answers already gracie had asked how people know what they were looking for when they started about formulas and this is actually one of the. I think the fundamental questions of how do mathematical proofs get developed. So how did you answer. Answer gracie's question well. The first thing was to empathize with gracie. Because whenever we're teaching math or talking to anyone it's so important to understand where that person is coming from by fully sympathize with Curiosity questions and her belly rail frustration honestly especially in the first video because these are really important questions and they're rarely addressed in standard math education. And so i think it's very understandable. But she would feel frustrated. Wants to know those answers. Well i have been here. Because you mentioned rec- mentioned patheticness for example right. And i visited the greek island. Ripa live once and there's a there's actually a statue to him and it's a statue protagoras standing with his hand straight up in the air and there's an angle coming down from his finger. I mean it's a. It's a rendering of a squared plus. B squared equals c squared. Right and i actually. At that moment. I thought what a remarkable discovery i'm i had the same question gracie did where do where do mathematicians even begin with kind of inquiry and the thing is that when marcus presented as a finished fact something. That is a bunch of rules that you're supposed to learn. It can appear that it has just descended out of nowhere like maybe an alien spaceship dropped is on top of your head and that is very baffling whereas for me. Math comes from wanting to understand things more efficiently. And i often say this that it comes from being lazy but if you see the same thing happening over and over again you don't want to keep redoing it. You want some way to do it. One time and then never have to think about it again and i i liken it to something like inventing the dishwasher where i like to imagine and i don't know quite how the dishwasher was invented. I like to imagine that someone just got really fed up with washing dishes. And for okay. I'm gonna make a machine that will do this for me so that i can use my human brain to do something more interesting. And that's for me. The starting point of mathematics and of over formula. It's to say something keeps happening over and over again. I don't want to have to keep doing it over and over again. That's interesting so i'm going to invest the time to make some theory. That will do many things for me. So that i can move onto something else and that's where it comes from you can't we're not in the same place eugenia so you can't see me smile right now because the thought that he's great discoveries of mathematics these these these which help us fully fundamentally understand world or acts of The intellectual laziness. Like i just. It's a different way of thinking about matheny that i ever had. But but what you're saying here though and we'll get to. How gender works. Its way into all of this is. Is that fundamentally. What is it that mathematics hopes us do because i think that's one of the things that gracie was trying to get to in her line of inquiry right and one of the reasons it such a thorny question is because i think that deep down it does the opposite of what many people feel that. It does in math classes because unfortunately so many people's experiences math close is that it's very pointless and painful and that the question is that to do nothing but inflict pain on poor young people and i just like to say right up front that i'm not blaming the teachers for this at all but because the teachers are constrained by the ridiculous standards imposed on them by completely pointless in my opinion standardized tests. And when they're judged. By how. Well darren students do in the standardized tests. Then of course they have to try and just get people to do veteran standardized tests. So just like to say. I'm not. I'm definitely not blaming teachers however math is really to help us. It's to help us understand things and to to help us use our brains more efficiently and powerfully because of the wall around us is a very complicated place and poor. Little brains are finite and so there are basically two ways we can understand the world better we can just willfully ignore some aspects of it and unfortunately that's what many people do. But i understand why they do it. Because we're trying to simplify the world to understand it but i think that a better way to do it is to make connections between different parts of the world so we can sport similarities between different situations. Say oh actually this situation and this album situation have something in common and therefore we can take that thing. That's in common and studied that quite self that understanding both of those situations at the same time masters. Yeah i mean i. I've seen in my own families. Math loving folks when they you know. There's almost that smile. That that that the grace's their face when they when they see sort of a new pattern right because that's the thing that that math helps us understand these these patterns as they move through through the world and it's almost like revelations the word i keep coming up with so that's the beauty. That's the beauty mathematics. But there's something not so beautiful here. In what in terms of how. The internet responded to gracie's questions. Okay right because she asked there she asked. Why are people being so mean to me and this is what we really wanna talk with you about because you are a woman. You are a woman in mathematics so when she asked when she greasy asked that question first of all how did that strike you it really resonated with me and i was very touched by the fact that she asked it with such good humour and she was still smiling and i hope she's all right because the amount of attention she received as far beyond what she was expecting and she didn't offer that attention now when some of us some of us put ourselves in the public eye deliberately When i first decided to put myself in public it was a very big decision. Because i knew that people were going to be horrible to me unfortunately and i decided to take on because i decided that i could do something helpful for the world by putting myself that i just decided to accept the negative things were going to happen and so when when gracie said that i wanted to try and say something positive to help outweigh the negative things that.

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"cheng" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"cheng" Discussed on Venture Stories

"And hopefully we'll see the results of that in the next few years and I think will likely soon find out whether some of these key approaches to long developing longevity therapeutics will work in humans. Some of the things we talked about like Sent olympics which is the removal of senescent cells. There's a bunch of companies in that space and you know they're already clinical trials percent olympics so we'll probably find out whether this works in humans very soon other things like para baio says so that the young blood or or you know neutral blood die. Lucian sort of approach. I think these are all This approach is going to be tested eventually in clinical trials very soon and We'll see if that works really excited about that Cellular reprogramming is really hot. That i think that will take a bit longer. But some yup there's a bunch of startups working on this right now and There's also an interesting trial By a great. Fahey at interviewing sir intervene immune which basically trying to regenerate the thymus to you know reverse immunity senescence and You know they're all regained clinical trials. And i'm really excited to see if that works out. Well it definitely seems to be able to reverse a genetic age as measured by by certain dna clocks so that's You know it's really promising Also like more. Broadly in terms of different modalities that are starting to become popular. Just like in biotech. In general i think cell and gene therapies are definitely going to play a bigger role in longevity as well. There's companies in this space but there's not that many. Fda approved therapies for cell. Therapy or gene therapies. But the successes are starting to grow. And there's there's definitely a sort of appeal to gene therapies. Because you know it's it's more like an information based approach to medicine. You'll see that with like amarna therapies. Crisper in some other things like that so that's really exciting. And i think Another interesting area of longevity therapeutics That you know we'll take a bit. Longer to fully come to fruition but definitely super promising is the idea of like regenerative medicine and tissue engineering so there are a bunch of different companies. Working on lab grown oregon's or zeno transplantation so definitely check out like e genesis which is like George church labs out at strang to I guess grow Organs from pigs but like genetically altered them..

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Khashoggi's fiancé says Saudi royal must be "punished without delay"

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Khashoggi's fiancé says Saudi royal must be "punished without delay"

"After the Biden administration condemned but did not sanction Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince for the more Order of the Washington Post columnist. There's now push back Jamal crucial. Gee's fiance is calling for Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince. To be quote Punished without delay a teacher Cheng Keyes has world leaders, beginning with President Biden must decide if they're prepared to shake hands with a murderer, A U. S intelligence report released Friday. Found Prince Mohammed bin Salman had approved Kush. Oh, jeez, killing at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. The U. S. Has declined to impose sanctions on the

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Cheng Lei, Australian Journalist for CGTN, Is Arrested by China

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Cheng Lei, Australian Journalist for CGTN, Is Arrested by China

"Says the Australian journalist Chung Lee has been formally arrested in China on suspicion of illegally supplying state secrets overseas. Chung Lee worked as a high profile presented for China's state run English language news service film MERCER reports John Lay has been held in custody in Beijing without charge or access to a lawyer for six months. Australia has insisted it expects basic standards of justice and for Miss Chung to be treated humanely. Family has called on China to show compassion and allow her to return home to Mel been to see her Children. Relations between camera and Beijing have deteriorated in recent years because of various political disputes. World News on the

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Digital Health: A CVC Perspective with Sean Cheng, Investment Manager at Phillips Ventures

Outcomes Rocket

06:11 min | 2 years ago

Digital Health: A CVC Perspective with Sean Cheng, Investment Manager at Phillips Ventures

"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw marquess here and today I have the privilege of hosting a Dr Shawn Chang He's a PhD in engineering and then investment manager at Phillips Ventures of the portfolio of promising early stage companies includes baby scripts, Zell Might Tani to drive the Phillips Health Tech Vision he's interested in early stage investment opportunities in digital health, medical devices and imaging based diagnostic prior to ventures. He drove key strategic decisions for the Phillips leaderships on topics, including wearables, health, cloud digital transformation, and data interoperability. Previously, Sean held positions at the Boston Consulting Group, the US FDA and NASA SEAN also. Serves on the board of directors of the Professional Center for child, Development Board of advisors at. Johns Hopkins University. And the Advisory Board of the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers Community Sean holds his PhD in engineering from the University of Cambridge England where he developed expertise in medical device design simulations and optimization algorithms. I'm privileged to have him here on the podcast with us today to chat about innovation in how we fund it, and how we view it within today's Environment John such a pleasure to have you here with us face for having me salt and that was a mouthful, but a takes the intro. That's Hey listen I mean for the things that you've done in your career it's like a the tip of the iceberg. So certainly going to be a fun talk today before we dive into the nitty gritty of you know the investments and an innovation I love to find out more about what inspires your work in healthcare yes. Sure So I think. Ever since I can remember you know is one of these professions where it was always going to be around rice on my my father's. Told that to me when I was very young. People are always going to get sick and you know this is something that is near and dear to everyone's hearts and something they worry about. So I, you at a very young age looking at healthcare is something worthwhile doing not to say that everything else is in November and? Certainly in the healthcare side, there's always relevance and and There was something that's from impact side of very worthwhile in a you know a few years ago. I, say. My Dad also. got into a bit of the healthcare trouble and I was in consulting time the generals consultant and having done engaged. She focused on cardiology and the more invasive procedures within cardiology like artificial hearts and L. Ads. I've felt You know I was almost blind sided when he was you know going in for a quadruple bypass and you know I I should probably rely and and it will come back to industry a little more. So something more personal more recently. And I can appreciate that greatly, Sean, you know a mixture of your dad's advice and life experiences you just kind of gravitated to the the field and and I mean, you've just done extraordinary work love to park a bit for a second here on the venture business and and how exactly you guys are looking at your your early stage companies and investments. What exactly are you looking to do with those? Are they adding value to the to the ecosystem? Yeah. Sure. You know I think. There's many aspects of this love to talk at length about all of them, but I'll just spare you that give you the highlights here. So from a corporate venturing point of view, it's always been cyclical as an industry and You know in the last ten years, we've seen a revival of you know corporate venturi with new formats approaches, and this is a will be really try to carve out as ventures. So we started a around twenty-six teen in the intent was to create a team and find that can provide that early stage reconnaissance as well as know how in working with founders, and so the given an idea of what was happening to pass our emanate folks was dealing with. The early stage investments as well, and so they would take a similar approach as an acquisition of a let's say, a two billion dollar company to a post money valuation but ten million dollar early stage startup, and so that combined with a lot of the various functional corporate requirements like in privacy security insurance etc was really a lot for any you early stage coming to handle, and so we WANNA do is provide a center of excellence as well as a team that can go and negotiate these deals and streamline the process, and so we were able to reduce a deal flow time live from. Don't call me on this, but you know nine months to a year down to route three months. And so that was one of the. Young one is just You know mutual benefit. So I. Think we were allowed unnecessary terms into the term sheets that you know we never really exercise and so Knowing that, moving the future, making a judgment call on you know, how can we help the founders succeed and then help them scale? The company's best is sort of where we really emphasize that those ventures in I know everyone says this, but we try to be more founder friendly than the typical CBC, which has a stereotype over the years, and so that's I think you know where where our value add would be you know bringing the resources in channels and infrastructure of fields, corporate the mothership, but also being. Venture and founder friendly as well. And then we can sit there work together with the companies over time to help them succeed for both sides and think that's awesome. Shine. You know you'd think about a lot

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China says it will retaliate after US orders its Houston consulate to close

Todd Schnitt

11:31 min | 2 years ago

China says it will retaliate after US orders its Houston consulate to close

"With the Chinese. Let's deal with the hacking situation and the story that broke yesterday and even before this, we had heard that the Chinese were actively trying to steal intellectual property on Research for a Corona virus vaccine and it comes down to the Chinese know that this virus originated in Wuhan. The Chinese know that they misled the world. They misled the United States they misled. Originally, the World Health Organisation, which has become complicity with the Chinese. On multiple levels and the Chinese did a disservice to humanity. Let's look at it through the prism and the lenses of us here in the United States. That if they would have let us know in December Or early January what they knew and if the Chinese would have locked down Wuhan sooner, even just a week sooner. They didn't tell their own people between January 14th in the 21st and there was a massive spread and rule on at that point. They don't even tell their own people or they didn't move to lock things down. And again the Chinese Communist government completely to blame here for mishandling and mismanaging and lying to the world. And with that said the Chinese don't want Toby. Shown up that they don't want to be behind the eight ball. They want to also be the ones that say, Hey, we've got the best vaccine against Corona virus. Instead of all of the other pharmaceutical and research and institutions around the world that are working diligently and feverishly. On a vaccine whether it's German scientists whether it's French, whether it's what we're hearing out of Oxford in the UK Fizer here in the United States and, of course, their branches all around the world, Moderna. You know, that's just a fraction of who's working. Johnson and Johnson here in the United States is just a fraction of who's working on this vaccine. And the Chinese were we heard this two months ago. I talked about this on the program months ago that the Chinese were tryingto hack and steal data from all over the world so they could be first. Was saying, Hey, we got the vaccine. And now we have two Chinese hackers that have been formally charged with trying to steal research on the Corona virus vaccine. Trying to steal from private companies trying to steal from our government agencies as well. And this is what came down from the DOJ yesterday. And these two guys apparently work that the Chinese Ministry of State Security and the Gwang Dong State Security Department To lead a campaign, which the DOJ the assistant attorney General, John Demmer said was a sweeping global computer intrusion campaign. That's the nice way to say hacking intellectual property theft just going in and stealing. Chinese are very, very good at this. That's why they've gotten so far militarily. From a industrial standpoint, they stolen countless countless hundreds of billions or trillions. An intellectual property. Lee. Zhou Yu, 34 years old and dung. Jeez, I got zero J A Z a shot. G, uh 31. According to the reports, they targeted intellectual property and confidential business information. Held by Pharmaceutical companies and those that are steaming full speed ahead toward a corona virus treatment. Treatments. So the therapeutics the testing issues, the vaccines they were trying to rip off and bust into everything. And this is what the Chinese have done again. Defense contractors. Why do you think the latest generation of the Chinese fighter jet looks just like the F 35 Because they ripped off was the Lockheed Martin or north of Groman. They They controlled her back in the late to thousands like 8 4009 And they stole a whole lot of defence information on the F 35 ripped it off. So it's defense contractors. They rip off the pharmaceutical companies. A computer high tech medical device companies. The Chinese even have a history of busting into solar energy companies here in the United States video game development They're ripping off information. They're stealing codes. It's nonstop on what the Chinese do their absolute thieves. When it comes to intellectual property. According to the indictment. These malicious cyber activities began more than 10 years ago. And were ongoing as of the date of the indictment, according to AA de MERS. During that time, the hackers stole terabytes of data from hundreds of targets. Establishing themselves as a prolific threat to the U. S and foreign networks. And these charges from the feds. They say that these Chinese hackers tried to access the accounts of other organizations that we're not government organizations. They tried to bust also into dissident organizations or actual dissidents or clergy, human rights activists. Is it trying to get Intel and so they can punish and and go after anything that's a threat to the Chinese Communist. Regime. That's what this comes down to. Yeah, Lee and Dung they were working on high tech companies. That was their focus, but they had a whole team. They work of others, obviously, but Lee and Dung they were, they were focused on busting into high tech companies here in the United States, also in South Korea, and Sweden and Spain, Australia, Belgium, Britain. Germany, Japan, Lithuania Nothing about a stony and Latvia. But Lithuania and these indictments were filed in U. S District Court in Washington. And shows that Beijing is using fight cyber theft. In a worldwide campaign. To quote Robbe replicate and replace non Chinese companies in the global marketplace. And then there's also said that China is providing the safe haven for these criminals in order for the Chinese government to get all this information that these guys were Pretty much on the Chinese kami payroll. China has not taken its place alongside Russia, Iran and North Korea in that shameful club of nations that provide a safe haven for cyber criminals to exchange or in exchange for those criminals being on call toe work for the benefit of the state. Again to feed the Chinese Communist Party's insatiable hunger. For American and other non Chinese companies. And to steal their hard earned intellectual property, including covert 19 research, according to Des Murs, assistant attorney general It's a huge problem it has been, and that's why the Chinese are as far as they are. So on the heels of that now we go to the next chapter. And that's that the Chinese consulate in Houston, Texas, has been ordered closed and, you know he's got his finger on this pulse and is spot on and is not a great job and doesn't pull punches. Mince words. And that's Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio. He gets and has gotten the Chinese threat for a very long time. And what Marco Rubio said today in Fox Business interview is that the Chinese Consulate in Houston is a front for a massive spy organization. And the State Department has ordered that consulate in Houston. To shut down, he said. This consulate is basically a front. It's kind of the central node of a massive spy operation. Commercial espionage, defense espionage. Also influence agents try to influence Congress, according to Marco Rubio. And by the way, Senator Rubio is the acting chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee. And he said that this closure of the Houston Chinese consulate was long overdue. And he said the State Department Was completely right Team make this move, and the State Department says that this is absolutely necessary to protect intellectual property here in the United States and private information. And of course, the Chinese. They're going ballistic. They're saying that they could retaliate. That this is uncalled for. This is a gray GIs. We could retaliate. China China When you get there, try to get you to send another virus our way. Is that how you going to retaliate? And Rubio also predicted that China Would then retaliate by closing one of our diplomatic facilities. In China. And if you wanna get a snapshot of what we have in China, Of course, we have the official U. S embassy in Beijing, but we have five consulates around China. We have a consulate in Shanghai. We have a U. S consulate in Gwang Ju. We have a U. S consulate and Cheng do and Wuhan Great and in Shenyang, So we have apparently five other Consulates. On top of our embassy. So the expectation is the Chinese going to retaliate by shutting down one of our places. Hey, what about this fire? What about the Houston Fire Department being called to this embassy or this consulate? Has to shut down by end of business like 45 o'clock on Friday. So the Chinese have to shut this thing down and get out by the end of this week. By Friday afternoon, And last night, there was a fire at the embassy Smoke and Houston Fire department responded. What do you think happened? Where was the fire? What were they doing? Hold on to that thought, because we'll wrap up this whole story with that next. Here on Schmidt, I

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Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic

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Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic

"Russia's President Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergency in a remote Arctic. Region of Russia in that region, twenty thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled into a river two weeks ago. Here's NPR's Lucian Kim. The accident took place at a power plant and no risk, an industrial city north of the. Arctic circle almost. Two thousand miles from Moscow, or than six hundred workers are now collecting the mixture of oil and Water Natalia Karma Nov.. Local environmentalists says it could take decades for the delicate Arctic ecosystem to recover the Snow Shania. She told the Redux Youtube. Channel that toxins could enter the food chain, affecting not only aquatic life, but also the reindeer population. Four employees of the power plant have been arrested on charges of violating environmental regulations Bucci Saddam. Thursday a spokesman for Russia's investigative committee sit on state TV that neural six mayor was being charged with negligence. The accident has been compared to the nineteen eighty nine Exxon Valdez spill. The one big difference is that the diesel fuel has not reached the open sea Sergei cheng-kuo is a chief operating officer of neural SC Nickel which owns the fuel tank. He blames global warming Thawing Permafrost Denise it I'm syndrome. Magic Captain Sandwiches Right, and obviously it's actually go back on the ground in a call with investors. This week he promised the company would start monitoring the permafrost below its facilities I am repeating again the going through February monitoring. For now. Norilsk Nickel is focused on the cleanup. It estimates the cost at one hundred fifty million dollars Lucian. Kim Npr News Moscow.

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China furious, Hong Kong celebrates after US move on bills

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China furious, Hong Kong celebrates after US move on bills

"The US ambassador to China was summoned to a meeting in Beijing with China's vice foreign minister Thursday as China reacted to president Donald Trump signing two bills supporting human rights in Hong Kong Chinese vice foreign minister Li Yu Cheng told ambassador Terry Branstad the signing of the bills constitute serious interference in China's internal affairs in Hong Kong former chief executive Leung Chun Ying described for in support of pro democracy demonstrators as uninvited had mostly on warranted criticisms from the west there have been six months of at times violence pro democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong I Mike Rossio

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Rudy Giuliani's role in Ukraine's investigation of Joe Biden

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05:30 min | 3 years ago

Rudy Giuliani's role in Ukraine's investigation of Joe Biden

"Since he came into office. Donald Trump has had personal attorneys who work work outside of his administration. The most notable person in that position was Michael Cohen who left the role and later went to prison for tax fraud related to his work with trump in April of two thousand eighteen. Rudy Giuliani became trump's new personal attorney and occupied a similar role in kind of gray area not not part of the trump administration but deeply involved in trump's work and it's in this capacity that Giuliani starts actively pursuing Lukashenko's is claims so how does Giuliani pursue this investigation into the Biden's so it starts with this may trip that he tries to plan to Ukraine to meet with with the precedent there okay so I've decided Sharon. I'm not going to go to the Ukraine. You'RE NOT GONNA go. I'm not going to go because I think I'm walking into a group of people that are enemies of the president that's canceled because he's just getting hammered from all sides about the impropriety of a president's foyer going to meet with a foreign leader out although this wouldn't be the first time that he's done that while serving trump's lawyer but the next month he doesn't give up he goes to Paris and meets with with an official in the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's office and then in July about a week before the president would talk to with the Ukrainian president in this now famous phone call. Rudy gets text from an official at the State Department. The person from the State Department who texted Giuliani is named named Kurt Volker the text said Dear Mr Mayor. Are you back stateside. Let's talk or get together who is Kurt Volker. Kurt Volker is actually also in a volunteer capacity to the US government. He's the US government's special representative for Ukraine. He's been serving in that job since 2017. You've worked with the State Department but it's not quite an official role. He checks in again two days later and then on July nineteenth nineteen. He says he really enjoyed breakfast this morning. As discussed connected you here with Andrew Euromac who is very close to President's Alinsky a suggest reschedule a call together on Monday maybe ten. AM or eleven am Washington time so volker offers to introduce Giuliani to a top aide a senior your adviser to the new Ukrainian President Zilenski and these people the Lansky and his aide. They're not connected to lose cheng-kuo right. The claims about Biden are not coming from them. Yeah and the timing of this text message is interesting because it's it's six days before trump is set to talk doctors. Alinsky but it also comes right after trump has directed a hold on nearly four hundred million dollars in aid that set to go to Ukraine in the fall. What's your interpretation of that timing. It's not clear who knows what at this point by. A good chunk of the funds are State Department Sutton and the other thing I would note is that Giuliani said that he doesn't become aware of the hold on eight until much later in the summer. Does the three way call happen and as far as we know the three way call happens. We don't know about the contents of this three way. Call between Giuliani the personal lawyer Volker the State Department armament volunteer and your Mac a top aide to Ukraine's new president but if any side were to bring up the claims about Biden it would be the US side remember there had been a Ukrainian election. Lukashenko was not in the new government and the new administration was not connected to his claims and then a few days after that call another call happens the call between the president of Ukraine and president trump this this is the call at the center of the current political turmoil and on this call trump is the one who brings up the claims about Biden and repeatedly tells the Ukrainian president to talk to Giuliani so it was really interesting to us that he's not only saying investigate investigate Biden but work with this person who's not officially in the US government and really has no official role other than to serve as his personal lawyer earlier in an investigation that at that point is dead but makes clear how eager he is for the Ukrainian government to do what Rudy is asking for and did did Zilenski people then talked to Giuliani yeah so your Mac the top aide. Alinsky and Giuliani meet about six days after the phone call in Madrid. This is a meeting that is cited in the whistleblower complaint and we know that Giuliani again takes these opportunities to bring up the Biden investigation to bring up investigation into possible election interference in two thousand sixteen and to press all these issues that are at the heart of this now now and how do we know that he brought those things up because he's told us this is Giuliani again after the call between the two presidents trying to get at the new Ukrainian administration to look into Biden and questions start to reemerge about whether in these meetings Giuliani was acting in an official capacity on behalf of the United States when he was not authorized to do so

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Hong Kong: British consulate employee Simon Cheng detained

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Hong Kong: British consulate employee Simon Cheng detained

"The Chinese government says it has detained a man who worked at the United Kingdom's consulate in Hong Kong the nationality of Simon Chang isn't clear he may be a Hong Kong resident or a citizen of the Chinese mainland the Chinese government says Chang is being detained in the border city of shin sent for allegedly breaking the law the alleged violation isn't clear

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Market Update: Trade wars, tariffs, and a slowing US economy

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Market Update: Trade wars, tariffs, and a slowing US economy

"Greg hall treasuries have advanced as traitors processing mixed data from the world's largest economy ahead of this coming Friday jobs report. Stocks are up on optimism that Mexican tariffs will be avoided Edmund Cheng BNP party about those Bloomberg. There is nothing normal about the current economic climate. But he says that may not be a bad thing. The question is, we will know we're in the late stage of the economic Sonko, but could this lake St. speed, much more than anyone expects? And I think that is actually a risk for equities is an upside risk for the risk assets. It will be positive rates if we have low growth and low inflation, but no recession. That's actually a pretty good to be honest. We check the markets every fifteen minutes of trading day here on Bloomberg radio at five hundred four tenths percent of twelve thousand one half of one percent of one hundred forty in the NASDAQ is up three percent of twenty four ten years up one thirty-second, yield, two point one two

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Harvey Weinstein, The Weinstein Company And US discussed on BBC World Service

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Harvey Weinstein, The Weinstein Company And US discussed on BBC World Service

"During its long ethnic war. President petro para Schenker said the creation of the new unified. Ukrainian off the docks church will go down in history as the day Ukraine finally received independence from Russia and to see Nardin Saturday clergy from different denominations loyal to Kiev agreed to unite under a local patriarchate and elected you leader, metropolitan Fehmi, the Russian far eastern region of primordial is holding an election for the post of governor after the Electrolux authorities took the rare stab of an and earlier PU because of irregularities hundreds of opposition supporters took to the streets in September. After the five point lead of the communist candidate, Andrew east Janko was overturned during the night in favor of his Moscow-backed rival, the local election commission ruled that Mr. as Cheng-kuo had not collected enough signatures to stand in today's election. BBC news, the family of a seven-year-old Guatemalan girl who died while in the custody of the US border patrol have been explaining why she left her country. Here's our America's editor Candice Pierrepont Shanklin's family comes from a small rural hamlet in central Guatemala, speaking to the Reuters news agency, her mother, cloudy McKean said Jacqueline and her father Carl had left to find jobs and an escape from grinding poverty farming their smallholding was getting hard. She said because much of the land is being turned over to vast palm oil plantations many families from the area were leaving. She said Jacqueline died in the US hospital from liver failure, MRs McKean says she hopes her husband can remain in the US and find work the Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein is facing new allegations of sexual assault. It comes days before his next scheduled court appearance in New York. Piece of booze reports the latest accuser is suing both Harvey Weinstein, and the Weinstein company the film studio, he founded with his brother, Bob, she alleged sexual battery and discrimination. According to the lawsuit when the woman rejected Mr. Weinstein's advances. He's said to vast do you even want to be an actress, adding I slept with Jennifer Lawrence and look where she is. She's just won an Oscar in a statement miss Lawrence says she's never had anything, but a professional relationship with Harvey Weinstein. Representative from Mr. Weinstein described the lawsuit as malicious state media in China say seven miners have been killed in an accident in the southwest of the country. Three other people were injured in the accident, which happened when the connecting segment of a scoop broke and fell down. The mineshaft accidents are common in Chinese mines despite attempts to improve co production and close illegal mines BBC news.

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