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"cotin" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"That's kind of what I'm looking for I'll have mine mike, Maybe has all. We look for a couple more if you WANNA do that. Jump at noon, check it all those kinds of things. Then in the evening will all kind of come back together that will catch folks in Australia. So Justin this this time is for you jump back in. We've got stuff. We can talk about what we did what we paired it with how good it tasted some looks Mike. Can. Be Run on a mobile device. So is there an APP at the browser just so as? Ready for this, which is the browser. And it accesses like even on an IPAD iphone. Okay. So, you could use your phone if you want to. It'd be a great way to do the twenty four hour view probably have one view just an ipad out there don't worry about overheating of a laptop or anything. Hopefully, it won't be that hot right we're in. October I. Think. It'll be fine maybe on down Australia. But if you want however you WanNa do that. If you want to join US Jim at the average TV if you're thinking, you want to kind of be on the Cook Cotin, the cooking meat. Let me know. Early. So I can start Kinda get not stuff said if you think you'll have smoker cam that's kind of what we're getting caught. Let me know in there and I, think it's GonNa be fun. Brian Goes Oh it turned to that type of show when you're got the morning rub and then we're going to check on our meet later in the day and yeah, it's. It's almost like a thought about that. Jeff thought about that. It's almost like I planned it that way almost like audience right? Knee she goes Oh, you mean a meet up. A that that is good. That's creative right there. So we yes, it will. So the October meet up and and the the plan I'm hoping as we just do one of these a month. Probably, skip December, but we'll do we'll do some of these throughout the year different topics just get in there in and kind of make it fit the topic. So right on something fun while we can't travel and get around. So again,.
"cotin" Discussed on ESPN FC
"He wants to be the center of attention. And he's not going to get that and cuts, not wildly in a Messier, still there if we can come to terms with that, if he's happy to play second fiddle yet, again and be a team player yet again. Yes, it makes perfect sense to go back to Boston. And he was given the chance to go and be the center of attention. That's what he was opposed to be a PS, gene. And so, when, when you hear this, I no longer one superstar behavior, and I'm not defending name are here, but who allowed that superstar behavior? It's p g that created that platform and that states and say here you go. Neymar do whatever you want and. It would have been all okay. Had name arm Bs g deliver on what they were expecting. But since they came up with shore. Then everything becomes a problem, including neymar sad. It's in a nameless, behavior and all of this. And so when we say, well, neymar as looking is now going to play second fiddle, it didn't work out being the leader of the pack. It didn't work out being the guy so you might as well go do something that actually were pretty good at playing second fiddle to leeann intimacy and Barcelona was pretty good at that, too. So it makes sense for Barcelona. When you think about not so much neymar as much as Cotin what continue has been for them or hasn't been for that? And that big hold that they haven't been able to replace. And so named martyr slice writing, I just don't know how the numbers workout. That's, that's part that I it doesn't seem like it would be doable. And yet, we give here. Oh, yeah. Sure. No problem. Look over here. Look over there. No problem, we'll numbers and everything's gonna work out, Barcelona in that regard makes some sense. Some sense he did become the center. Attention for the room that you wanted. But not for the reasons that Pierce g wanted, and that was the big problem. You can you can put off you can set in the mode of behavior. It's off the rails, if you get the obsolete top dollar for your play, okay? And I understand he's at a couple of entities. I understand that. But in general, general Tim's over the broader picture, they've had just had a headache with them as bro as headlines. But just for all the wrong reasons a boss learned the favorites Joel's those three teams. I think they will be. They are in the sense that he he wants to. I think that's his ideal this donation really. He wants to go back there. He he was happy with the life day was happy with the team, even if he wanted to be the center of attention. Like we said any left because they want to play second fiddle more, there's a lot of things that would attract him again there and I think the fact that Macy talked about very recently before the Copa America started. They still have that what's up group between him Suarez a name and they took all the time. And they, they want him back and this, and, and I think like, like Ali said he would fit in so well right there because he's never been replaced, and it would feel like he's coming back home in many in many ways. So I believe as much as we love him United in the permanent because I think we would have appropriate off. That's nice. Niceness cable, not reunited anyway. Now on the Kelly, Kellyanne, Kellyanne front page also free of Freya with regards to antone grease, men and his future. This is what humor in the let's say a couple of weeks ago. I know exactly what Greece was going to play. I've known since March involves Celona. However, the boss of president about time when we say and he said, we always said it would never spoken to him. There's nothing we already seeing how the market is growing these days and weeks. Let's come in on Joe's craze men to gasoline is off completely, or does it depend on name? Well, I think when when they agreed. The book Boston, I'm Greenman to, to, to join together next season. There was no name on scenes, and at that time, PHD abdomen. Like we said that he was not for sale the fight. He's back on the market..
"cotin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"cotin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"People think that that's separate, then you'll have money in the market. We in lingo Spain call that a brokerage account, then you're gonna have your Irish your 4._0._1._K's your four zero three Bs, right? Your Roth IRA's. That's another part of the component in there. What are you what? What monies are you gonna take when and in what order? And when are you going to start receiving so? Security. Do you have any pension money's coming to you? Or you one of the lucky ones that had some amount would cover your Medicare taxes, when you hit, you know, does that going to be a supplement for that? Are you going to be that lucky? But, but seriously, have you thought about what money you're gonna take and win? And how and why? And if you have great have you run that L astray show, what the tax implications are going to be on those the another part of the equation. Because you would I don't believe you wanna take taxable money that's going to be taxed at ordinary income tax right now. Do you does it make more sense? Today capital gains on some of your investments or do you want to draw down your your taxable in today's dollars to allow your IRAs 4._0._1._K's for three Bs to continue to grow in tax deferred state, knowing that, once you turned seventy and a half you're going to be forced to start withdrawing at well savvy to have right now, maybe seventy two starting next year me, the government maybe allowing Cotin to save a little bit more. Not force you to take money out, which is good. But it's also bad. Because when you start having to take money out. They're gonna force. You take more money out follower. I'm going with this. So again, this is part of what, what is most important to you? Yes. I know you just wanna maintain your current level of lifestyle in retirement through your retirement years. But are you concerned do you want to minimize taxes, and if you were to leave this earth, what do you wanna leave to your ears? Those are all the things that we wanna talk about good and bad retirement accounts. Managing your Eire's 4._0._1._K's retirement, measuring your risk in your portfolio, and of course, protecting your state from.
"cotin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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South Africans Head to the Polls for 6th General Election Since 1994
"I must go to Africa where voting has just begun in what's being billed as these six general elections since the end of apartheid. So you could say the six proper election and since nineteen ninety four the ANC has of course, being Impala predictions. See that continuing with president Rama poses saying vote for his party is a vote to clean up his party and the much publicized scandals and corruption in the ANC in recent years with millions of young voters not registering as we reporting last week. Maybe that's the way that discontent is expressed as much as in a vote for the Democratic Alliance. The official opposition all the economic freedom fighters, the BBC Schengen yoga is among voters and joins us. Now, tell us what you Washington. I'm in an area called Norwood, which is between the central Johannesburg the central business district and how tin which is one of the most affluent areas in this country there about one hundred people that in line waiting to vote. The polling station here hasn't opened it spoke to some of them who say that they are excited to vote all of them seem to know who they going to vote for this is a crucial election in we get that since some would argue the most fiercely contested, and there's a record number of parties at the national level. It's jumped from twenty nine in the last elections to forty eight today, but they all three major political parties ruling ANC, the if and the DA and just to unpack some of the issues around these elections, I'm joined by a political analyst kalani due. Bam. Shoot. The ANC be considered it being in power for the last twenty five years you've seen the the number of votes that they've received juice over the last decrease over the next couple of yesterday be worried look ANC just like in me liberation movement enough. They tend to be arrogant because they do believe that the people at in-depth, they all the people and people old them for now. The only hour that they have is the paradigm shift in our society because some of these indicating society is a society that says now, we are not long indefinite. We are not I have debts to you for to have done in the past in terms of liberating us and now South Africans. I stepped into chart the way forward. And so I think it catching the pitching that says South Africa has been the berated by the ANC style. Nothing to fall in the name Cotin is imaging as you can see he's a new party as. What is the DA's is kind of relatively new patterns in terms of his composition? And so I think this is the most important election because he is a
"cotin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Back to count evasions Cotin. Our conversations was Stephen hill. Global head of innovation at KPMG. So stave one of the things that I'm interested in hearing your thoughts on is. How do you create core? Capability around innovation inside Horgan's Asians. Right. You know, it's you know, you and I've seen it. We were talking about it. Right. Innovation is a word turned into buzzword. Bingo. Right. And it's very fleeting almost gets tied to the individuals. You know, who's leading it. But soon as they're gone, it's Cohen versus really creating it as as a sustainable part of an organization, and you work with a for Horiuchi of companies of all different sizes and different industries. How do you make this thing of innovation? How do you really make part of and sustainable for an organization and industry or Konami? Yeah. So. I'm with you. I don't really like the charm innovation. They would happens very quickly. When you start to use that word is people start to think about ping pong tables. No falls, right. That's not what innovation is innovation in value pinning is really to be perceived by lear- Shabazz, turning ideas into cash, right? And and future. Proofing your company me at the end of the day with the dynamics that are in our markets today with the speed of change, whether it's technological or social social changes economic changes are changes, you got to have vehicle in place. That is committed to understanding how the status quo needs to change as you have built over the years and years of kin abilities and people that are operating the business. Excellent. Right. And we in most of our relations are built today around operating ability very little of it has been spent. Really learning Bill muscle in the corporate structure to question the status quo actually change the the spout, and we did it work last year with a group called innovation leader. To do some survey work. We surveyed hundreds of of large organizations lovely around the notion how they're bringing innovation to bear. What they saw the challenges were and they had four first y'all. And I think this is by far the biggest issue. Seventy three percent of the respondents said that the biggest impediment leadership engagement in support of innovation. So but doesn't start at the top the CEO and you being one of them under stands as the CEO doesn't say this is important to our future. It's gonna fall flat out of the shoot. Over half thought that politics or you know, turf wars between PNL's and different departments or the next biggest innovation barrier. A little under house said culture, which I'll get to second big barrier. And then went on to say, you know, the inability to act on signals the seconds of last budget. There was no to it. And then lastly, lack of vision or strategy in all these things are very very important. I think chance your question you've gotta have one leadership engagement, and I think to get that done you need, the parents what we talked about before around how important data in a are becoming in productivity and in competitiveness is your impetus because the status quo is designed Jake on the responsibilities to build those abilities. The fact when you look at the marketplace round a today what you see is the suppliers take you all the skills in the marketplace. Right. And in a lot of the data to to drive learning and scale, you don't see much of that avail for this for the consumers of AI, which are everybody else other than the tech industry? That is a big issue. And so I think the imperative for innovation has never been stronger as we hit this precipice of those that are gonna really jump on actively curves and get much larger because they can be so much more productive sheen intelligence units audience and data correlations can really satisfy customer behaviors ways that you could never have done before like the Amazon if you will term innovations gonna be your parents. So you gotta get that place number one. If that doesn't happen, really. You're wasting your time doing everything else. Once you have that got start to Bill real ability around. How do you look at the marketplace how you build century capability? How does that turn into real budgeted investments that by the way, the business has only investments Lincoln's between the business and the group of people who are doing in? Beijing has to be tight and clear you black boxes you're dead meat. You will never stale in your business. Things are black box. This quite interesting. Because here, you know, people ask me about my my one regret when I built up the innovation program office that HP. My biggest regret was having the word innovation in the name of the team. And in fact here at cable labs, we have taken the word innovation out of job titles. And we've taken the word innovation out of any team names innovations capability, it's not it's not a box on the org chart. It's not a team name because soon as you do that you've just hampered that team because everybody in the outside look at them. I don't need to do anything. It's their responsibility. Yeah. And the common fallacy is we have a strategy therefore, my investment portfolio for the next three or four years. Wrong at the end of the day. You've got to have a systematic not episodic view of your investment portfolio. And how agile you need to be as no relation to take on the challenges of point for century. So there's a lot of important things. You do connect scale right to your essay engine. That says I can prove that those investments actually were really good and fi. I find that. When you really try to some of these new things you can show they're far more than official from our turn on investment standpoint than a lot of call incremental sort of status coal improvement on the margin. Investments that you might make a business pertaining things like from business models. New ventures that are driving significant broken brand new channels. Here's a lot of things here that have to be done with discipline. You know, get the leadership engagement, you've gotta work on culture. Everyone to your point Phil, right? Although the were innovations and bad word, if you have a strong CEO people will call last to it. And if they think that they had a piece of that game. If they CEO says everybody has some responsibility here, and I want all of us to be innovative. And I want our culture to be innovative wants to be seen by our clients by our customers innovative, I would change of an active change, the dialogue and the narratives in a positive way. One hundred percent agree. In fact, when I my vice when I see ios, and that that are trying to establish their innovation capabilities is you have to think about the fact that when you walk through their front door year onstage, the entire organization will take their lead from how the CEO acts talked. It isn't about just mouthing the words.
"cotin" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC news John show Seaver to President Trump saying of some of the people seeking asylum at the US Mexico border asylum program. Is a scam. Some of the roughest people you've ever seen people that look like they should be fighting for the UFC, the president speaking to a Republican Jewish organization in Las Vegas. ABC's? Tara Palmeri Seventy-six thousand migrants stop at the border in February forty thousand of those families and federal officials estimate the figures for March will be even higher with an estimated ninety five thousand migrants apprehended after say I said, I was going to close the border Scott. And so I said what closing the border, and as soon as I said that and I really think the president of Mexico 'cause they stepped up and Mexican officials says the country's policy has not changed. Among those campaigning for the democratic presidential nomination Bernie Sanders, Vermont independent at most Cotin west middle school in muscatine, Iowa, we need to move to comprehensive immigration reform and a path towards citizenship and not frighten every undocumented person in this country. Speaking out defending her decision to not bring charges against empire. TV? Tre jussie smollet in an alleged hate crime hoax. Chicago Cook County top prosecutor, Kimberly FOX also accused of not prosecuting many lower level felonies and the time period from the time does he smile. It was charged until the time that his case was dismissed there were twenty nine hundred cases at the Cook County state's attorney's office handled of the twenty nine hundred cases that have not received the attention that this case has there were seven homicide victims Salk. So she supports a proposed independent review of the case coming up shortly. The biggest race of the year at southern California's Santa Anita racetrack the million dollars Santa Anita derby outside the draft people.
"cotin" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"I've done worse. I've sent out before I understood how it worked. I've sent out emails to Carlin Gerry's subscribers that had auto reply or replies enabled. Right. So basically, somebody would reply back unsubscribe in that would go to everybody. Unsubscribe? What is this that would go to everybody? And then you know, everybody's complaining in the more. They complain the worst. Oh, God that is not a fun. Please Email furball. Early nineties when I was greenhorn. You mentioned that this. I think this week or last week we had a case of democracy. Where someone has has changed the setting on one of the gab configurations for all Microsoft accounts in we everybody. Microsoft had had a good hub account was automatically subscribed to a list that they miss configured the list of that. When you replied, you replied to the list, and it was like thousand plus people because everyone was do not reply to this Email going out to him. Right everybody just shut off. Yeah. Well, see the experience vice people like they just write a rule, right? Then put in a rural. This is going to run for a couple of days and just Alabama just go directly to the trash. Bill figure it out. I don't need to contribute to sure humans have a problem with the exponential function. Jessica. Jazz apple with what happens when the multipliers have that fast. And that's where they care about stuff like API management things that you don't know when this is gonna get out of control. Here's a set of tools that are Bill to stop that from getting one one thing that ya'll jagged. I did a a webinar maybe late November or early December. And we're gonna share the link to that as well. But he demoted the civil version of API management one of the things that you can also do with Apia management is cashing. So is it of actually having to call into your function will cash those resources, and you will you won't even run the function. That was my my next question. Do you cash the API management in just refreshing when the geese change your end or the functions themselves? Why not why wouldn't you do that? Exactly. I think. Probably depends on how often your data changes. So then you can actually define a a time timer for how long your cash will still be a vailable. We used to use triggers in sequel server to update a cash.
"cotin" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Two d NBC Linden in drippy drippy Linden where here with Simona cotton. And which talking little node on as your functions, which, you know, well, love service, actually, it's this sort of ideal compute only do the thing I need to do the unique value attribute the plummets taking care of. Although I'm curious. I don't know if you know much about the underlying plumbing here, I've heard that it's actually just containers operating under the hood that that is how the functions actually run a Viagra for you. Yeah. I think that's a big secret. Now, definitely it's it's containers. And then there's a controller that will listen for a vents will route and its responsibility is to rouse requests, those instances and spin up those instances for you. Frigging in the context of this code that. I'm writing in as your function. There's no reason I couldn't run it in a container myself as anything special at the code that I'm writing when it writing service that it's calling two things it's related to the service infrastructure. So you do have to use API. That's that that that can that allows you to interact with the, Azure Runtime, and for sure you can you can also use containers. In fact, as your functions has support from containers. So you can take your code deployed in a container in then spun it in Asia functions are I'm still thinking about things like the way that you apply security to this might be different from one incident another who what is the security model for functions. So we're what we're taking care of security for you on this that for example, if we need to update we decide what what what version of the server we're gonna run for you. And we're gonna patch that for you N one thing that's probably important for a lot of people is that you're not allowed. To access any of the underlying processes, the only have access to the tip of the is very rare. So if he ever had to run an agent like anything that you you might want to run in terms of security that uses the the operating system, you won't have access to that nor do you want to present. It could be your fault. It's broken. Yeah. You don't wanna own any of this plumbing runs ago, all go away. But I was also thinking turns of just your -cation authorization out protecting functions how we declare that resume. The statement says this is secured this way calling into the several safety is for that. Yeah. So we there's there's different levels there. And but before we get into that. I just wanted. I wanted to talk about talk that I heard this somewhere at realizations London by Dave Smith at that time of. VP of engineering at digital ocean. Though, he talked about the journey of patching actual servers afford, the spectrum meltdown vulnerable and his talk was absolutely fabulous. He looked at it from two perspectives like how they had to deal with this. And how customers how they've seen? They of them dealing with this and the time line of what if people would of used service. Any think of this basically by the time the vulnerability was announced most of the main cloud provider they had already patched our servers to to prevent from that a little bit early. Yeah. I think they'd kept it on rafts for almost six months. The initial detection of and it wasn't that it was an exploit. It was a detection of vulnerability. And then it started to be shared amongst the key vendors that they could take patches, I don't know. How are we dive in a little bit what spectrum meltdown was actually about? Sure. I mean, these were CPU vulnerabilities meant has performance enhancements. They were basically the ability for CPU's to predictively poll memory anticipating that the the normal execution, quiet. There were no security checks on how pull memory, so it's basically doing cash vetches to memory at catches wrong. It's just going to throw it away. But the exploit was. That executing code could see what had been pulled into the cash, and because they're in a security checks is you could've pulled memory that. You wouldn't have been allowed to look at giving given the coated executed for. That's scary. Right. It's a very subtle problem. The chances of exploiting effectively are low, but it's pretty serious blunder. The problem of courses that patching that means largely taking away the performance bat benefit of predictive caching..
"cotin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"cotin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"And then there'd be an evaluation based on what they did there. And how they look there. Now. Now, the fact of the matter is there's a very good chance. They're not gonna make it. Now, there's there's still a chance that they will. But there's there's a real possibility that they miss altogether, very strong possibility they missile together. If you lose to the Atlanta Hawks and you look at seventy six point first half on Sunday, a sixty five point first half last night. You hear LeBron were screwing up our Simon's from the very beginning. You watched Kia. No, you said that you watch the body language on the sideline from the beginning. From the guys it just appears that the message is not resonating with his players. Well, what happens in these situations is when you losing every. Anything is that you know, times ten worse. I mean, it's just it's it's it just boss to the point where you start to tune out the same message in. It's only when you're losing. If you win you paying attention, everybody smile and everything's great. But when you're losing losing to the Atlanta Hawks, and you know, it's the hawks in you know, when you got out of the bed at four o'clock, go to shoot around or whatever you had to do you realize, oh, we can beat this team. This is this is w we go into all-star break, filling good it all of a sudden you look up any like damn we lose. Then the Clark goes all the way down zero. You don't you just walk straight into the tunnel. 'cause you can't you can't understand. Why does Cotin to keep happening in the only person? You can look to is the leader on the floor, which is essentially your coach. And you don't was a player. You don't want single anybody out at blame. Anybody? For that. You try to hold it in and just get through it. But they certainly know whatever it is being put together by the coach is not working. They know as a player he say, what would a player should be able to execute anything. That's out there. True. That is true. But a lot of plays design matters to simple that you have to be able to to have your message resonate with your. There's no question if you you can have the world's best plan. But if I can't sell you my plan if I can get you to invest in what it is that I'm sanding to you. If I can get you to go for me on what I'm trying to get done. It doesn't matter. How good my plan is. Well, you certainly think that Luke Walton has a plan he has to get them to buy into it. Sometimes just people don't players a weird, man. You gotta be able to vibe with a coach you gotta be able to to to Philly, you know, some workers out of a coach's mouth you may look at that. It'd be like menace lame. I can't even feel it. You know, the way that I'm teaching you have talked to you. And then the next coast is sitting next to tell you the same message boot because he might be right guy for the job. You know? That's just the way works. That's the way it goes. Which is why we're talking we're getting coffee if you don't drink. We're like teachers teachers with the teacher. Lounge. We'll go cigarette break too, right? Got a smoke. Yeah. We'll be like those people you walk into the airport and you walk through the airport. They got the cigarette. Cigarettes and black coffee. Glass jar walking by looking at us. So nasty but anyway. I was saying that, you know, Mark. This is a perfect job for Mark Jackson for Mark Jackson to parachute in and to bring in some toughness to the squad some defensive toughness when he was with the Golden State Warriors before they turned it around the one thing that you saw right away was how they played defense. And how tough they were on that side of the ball. I was Steve Kerr did was make my judgment the offense of an that set there great shooters free..
"cotin" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I I guess it'd be tough for me to say things are going good. But it really is. I I think we have a young team. You kind of mentioned two teams together you're going to have it up and down scenario that we have in. But I think overall I think we hit in the right direction. I think that we come. I think the to a great job Cotin with keep the guys positive. We're looking forward. Again, back home looking forward to getting that crowd behind us. We got a big game on Thursday, which would be Cincinnati. So we're looking forward to that. I think the thing you look at especially when you have a new coach a new coaching staff, you're molding, so many new people together with a few veterans is is the effort the intensity. How hard they try systems are going to take a while to get systems done play stuff like that. But I think you guys are going. Yeah. For the team seems to be pretty cohesive this season on that aspect of. Thank you guys. Getting exactly what you want. I'll tell you. What those guys are really practicing. Really are they really going hard? So I'll tell you what I take the second half that we play was. Absolutely awesome. And and people can see the progression that we had in it just, unfortunately, we had a bad first half. But of course, you get to try to go out there and play as hard as you possibly can every minute. But once again, I mean, we we're in a situation where we are proving improving. We got a big game Thursday that's gone allows an opportunity to get right back in in a ticket things. You gotta realize now everybody is now starting on a second half. Where you got Houston in Cincinnati finicky and play each other twice. Are we gonna do is continue to play hard every day continue to work on our game plan that the coaches put together, I think it's gonna be okay? We'll be okay. I'll tell you what the. Race is not over yet. Right. There's a lot of basketball to play that brings me to my next thing. I want to talk to you about when you played college tournaments were still first week in March was all March madness. The NCWA ended up in the latter. Half of March the final four now of TV and everything it stretched April. So the month of February going toward the second week of March which the conference tournament you guys when you played would be looking at. Here's the spread to the finish the month of February. Now, you guys you're just midway to see the it's got to be a little bit different. Now that these guys are just starting to hit the grind part of the season. Where you guys when you play to be we've got five or six conference games left. Let's try to finish out strong well for I think for a freshman sometime they kinda hit the wall doing this time because you got so many games in a month of February leading into them at the March. So, but we do understand what we have to do on a daily basis to get prepared to win basketball game. So that's the most important part. Cincinnati Cincinnati's coming into town this week. And obviously a lot of history of Cincinnati and coach Hardaway metro conference when you play this thing goes back to the all all Missouri valley. So Louisville's the number one rival, but Cincinnati they'd be it would almost be one. A and one b those rivalries as far as all conference, foes where everybody knows Cincinnati hearing and plays hard the thing that we will have to do. And I think coast gonna talk more about their late on is that we have to to mass day intensity because they feel like they should have come in here and win every game. And we should we feel like we should have protect our home floor. So it's gonna it's gonna be a great game. So I challenge all our fans to get out there and support us guys needs to behind us because almost like a six man when when a team when you got to fans behind you make kid's fair really strong before we let you go because believe Jeremiah is here know, everyone wants to hear from him is what did you say? I want to hear from you to.
"cotin" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Now, I'm not saying that the issue racism is an important, it's massively important only because same things on his own here. But when he. Came to the Republican party versus Democratic Party versus the truth on the issue for for example, torture, during the Bush years, what they would the standards for almost all the media companies was that you were they said what human rights groups and critics say is torture. And oftentimes they didn't even say that they call it enhanced interrogation, but wait a minute. You don't have to do that caveat. It was torture. According to the United States slow and not just international law that we were supposed to buy and we were had signed onto but US low waterboarding. Let alone the physical assaults that we did let alone the sleep deprivation, which is also torture. Let alone burn people alive or threatening to burn people alive. I should say which we did on occasions, and all those things those are the definition according to the law of torture, but since the chain and the Republicans said do not call it torture. Otherwise, we'll say your bias all those media organizations chose to be politically, correct. And not factually, correct. So they would say things like what human rights groups and critics say is torture. But what Dick Cheney says is enhanced interrogation. Well, you're neutral, but you were not objective. And you did not do your job. So I think that a progressive critic Cotin of the media bothers them more than a right wing. Critique because the right wings are bunch of. Knuckleheads, what don't you do propaganda for us? Right. That's not an interesting critique, but when we challenged them on what is objective standards, then they get really uncomfortable. And they don't want to have that conversation because they know they're wrong. And so I wanna leave you though on a fun note and give credit to Meredith Blake with a great tweet here. When you Shirley broke the story, and he tweeted out that NBC's saying don't call it race of what say that many people are calling it racist. Meredith tweeted, many are calling this pathetic. So that's. We gotta take a break. Let's do that. And when we come back, we have more stories for you, including William bars testimony during the hearing to confirm him as Trump's next attorney general in one of the points. They seemed to admit that Trump's in idiot. It's fascinating. They just do it right in front of us. And we all move on. I'm going to keep pounding this home now twenty fifth amendment. Anyway, we'll explain when we come back..
"cotin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"NewsRadio hearts radio station. Tells us this time. No, it's not Chris Marquardt is on walkabouts are photo guy who normally joins us. This hour is on walkabout in New Zealand, the lucky guy taking up much deserve occasion. Most of the time. When Chris travels is to leave a photo workshop. He does amazing workshops, in fact, I as I remember after his vacation in New Zealand. He'll be going on a workshop. I think to I wanna say this foul barred in the in the great north where the reindeer and Santa Claus lived for a photo workshop he will be back with us. So he's gonna take couple of weeks off he'll be back in March six weeks from now with his photo segment. So I know I know that that makes you sad. But the good news is I can take more calls about that eighty eight eighty eight asks Shane in Indianapolis Shane. I hear you. Great. Welcome. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. What can I do for you? Okay. So the company I work for actually worked for leg locks. Oh, we love schlab. Good company. Yeah. But we're looking at doing is we're getting more requests for MAC in our environment. Interesting because slake makes a number of bluetooth enabled locks, you know, home home kit locks that kind of thing. So is that what you're talking about the right? We start off with the developers. And then we moved into some kind of took down into our regular environment. Does not work with max now. I feel like slake does. All right. Like, I said, our our your products do but not in house. I get it. I get what you're saying. Right. Right. Because you know, it's a it's an it's a enterprise environment. Right. So we're using the commander machines and all that good stuff. Oh, that's cool. Do you work in do you work in the manufacturer part of it? We. We're just up engineering. So basically what we do is. We make sure that the manufacturing machines. Don't get updates at the wrong time. So it's like IT, but it's for manufacturer. Frankly, we run into quite a lot of problems with the windows updates. Yes. Upgrade? Yes. Seventeen o nine eight. Yes. Microsoft is Microsoft pollution is hey, just go ahead and download it promotes. And oh. Semi gigs per down. Yeah. There are a lot of IT folks listening going. Yeah. Like, I'm gonna install all those updates the minute. They're out. No, no. You wanna test them you want to roll out? And that's why when people have enterprise subscriptions to windows, they are able to do that when Microsoft will allow you to do that. It's only the home users can't defer the updates, although I understand they're going to allow home users to defer for two weeks, which is ridiculous. But the, but you understand why they want home users to secure they wanted to get those updates. And I don't blame. And we did the we did the eighteen or nine right? When it came out. Really big mistake. Big mistake. We had a little problem with that. You are you have license. Tell me about your license for you're not using just individual licenses for your machines. You have. No, no, no, no, no. We're we're using. We're using a well for windows were using server. Okay. Where we by volume like, you have a volume license. So when when you do volume licensing with Microsoft, you're able to defer as long as you want it was your choice to go to eighteen nine, but they didn't make you do that. Well, no, they they have a deadline. Really? I thought you could defer it for up to a year with volume licensing. Here's how it works out though. So we started with Cotin eleven then we went to sixteen o seven and then seventeen o nine rolled around and the. We have some problems with encryption because we went to Maccabi up with another product. Bill. Gwi- upgrade machines. It's been a real mess, and it continues to be a mess. Oh, I bet. I bet Microsoft's thing listening to you saying and our thinking about MacIntosh going. Oh, no. Then is not what they wanted that. That that's really what. My question comes in is when we dealt with this with Microsoft, so how and because I know you have a very mixed environment in your law. For instance, we have volume licenses for our editors because we don't want them to have to upgrade, their those editing machines. I doubt there even on seventeen o three. We don't upgrade them. Hello. I think his phone was dying. Did you hear that? Yeah. It was cutting in and out. So I I gather what your question is. I'll just have to answer on the air Shane since. We've lost you I gather what your question is. Do you have the same rigmarole with MAC with MAC OS? And no you don't. But you'd also don't go to as much enterprise support. Apple doesn't really have a big enterprise footprint. So. You know there. There's no volume licensing because no one pays for the operating system. You get it for free. When you buy a MAC, and you get upgrades for free forever. And and here's the most important thing. You can defer upgrades as long as you want. In fact, if you buy a MAC today, you never have to upgrade it ever. There are some security patches that are pushed out without even your knowledge. Those you can't defer because you don't have you don't know gatekeeper. For instance, they have a very nice solution to protect people from installing malicious software called gatekeeper, and it has a database of known Maui where which gets updated automatically. I don't think that's gonna cause your problem. The the big operating system updates. You can defer ignore the little updates you can defer and ignore they do regular security patches, not like Microsoft on a monthly basis, but just kind of ad hoc. And you'll get them from time to time it'll urge you to do it. But it doesn't it doesn't force you to do it. So if you're one concern is that an enterprise, this is different from home users now home users are listening. Oh, I'd like to put off updates Doh. Don't play. Please. Please. That's why Microsoft's Windows. Ten home edition will only allow you to for actually until recently. They didn't allow you to put him off at all. And I understand the next version is going to allow you to do a two week deferral two weeks. I think reasonable that way. We certainly if there's something really wrong with it. You'll know about it within a week or two. I don't think it's prudent to keep to let people defer updates because almost always security updates our critical. It's different in business. You have an IT department managing these things you presumably have a managed network you have your own protections against malware spyware, all of that. I certainly hope you do. And and more importantly, if say, you're in manufacturer, you have machines. Computer, aided manufacturing machines that are often very sensitive to updates can break because it's a specialized product, and so that's completely reasonable for Tom era for a caller in his business. Shane I should say in his business to say, oh, we don't want that update. It's going to break. Our you know manufacturer. That's not you. At home, you at home, you need to you're probably not running any weirdo software like that. So you need to do it. Let me see if you back Shane at your phone. I think I think I'm back when it was going in and out. So I don't know what happened, but. I think it's. My internet. Did you did you hear did you hear my basic answer? Which is no MacIntosh lets you defer forever. Okay. Well, I think. My name problem with that is it. We don't want them to download it. All why do they do do like Mojave or whatever? No. They don't download anything unless you specifically requested unlike Microsoft, which has announced by the way that the next version of windows are gonna reserve seven gigabytes of your hard drive for updates and caches and things. No apple.
"cotin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"My pleasure. What can I do for you? Okay. So the company I work for actually worked for slag locks. Oh, we love schlab. Good company. Yeah. Yeah. But what we're looking at doing is. We're getting more requests for blacks in our environment. Interesting because makes a number of bluetooth enabled locks know home home kit locks that kind of thing. So is that what you're talking about? We started off with the developers. And then we moved into some of the VIP's and kind of took one down into our regular environment. Does not work with max now. I feel like slake does. All right. Like, I said, our our your products do but not in house. I get it. I get what you're saying. Right. Right. Right. 'cause you know, well, it's a it's a it's an it's a enterprise environment. Right. Right. So we're using to manage machines. And all that good stuff. Oh, that's cool. Do you work in do you work in the manufacturer part of it? We. Engineering. So basically what we do is. We make sure that the manufacturing machines. Don't get updates at the wrong time. So it's like IT, but it's for manufacturer. Family. We run into quite a lot of problems with the windows update. Yes, upgrade? Yes. Seventeen o nine eight. Yes. Microsoft is Microsoft solution is hey, just go ahead and download from us. And oh. Seven that's semi gigs per down. Yeah. There are a lot of IT folks listening going. Yeah. Like, I'm gonna install all those updates the minute. They're out. No, no. You wanna test them you want to roll them out? And that's why when people have enterprise subscriptions to windows, they are able to do that when Microsoft will allow you to do that. It's only the home users can't defer the updates, although I understand they're going to allow home users to defer for two weeks, which is ridiculous. But but you understand why they want home users to secure they wanted to get those updates, and I don't blame. And we did the we did the eighteen o nine right? When it came out bigness big mistake. You had we had a little problem with that. You are you have license. Tell me about your license for you're not using just individual licenses for your machines. You have. No, no, no, no. We're we're using we're using a four for windows. We're using canvas server, okay? Where were you by volume like, you have a volume license? So when when you do volume licensing with Microsoft, you're able to defer as long as you want it was your choice to go to eighteen o nine, but they didn't make you do that. Well, no, they have a deadline. Really? I thought you could defer it for up to a year with volume licensing. Here's how it works out though. So we started with started Cotin eleven we went to sixteen o seven and then seventeen o nine rolled around and the. We have some problems with encryption because we went to max v. A few other. We have another product. Bill. Glints.
"cotin" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"I think it was on vacation with Don Rickles and shit. He said, let's just impressive. I know him done Rickles, Newhart wives, go on trips together to all over the woolly. Cow. That's the ailing. Yeah. I know exactly. I think one of them had a camcorder going all the time. I would just sit there for hours watch them at the great wall or something fucked the sorrow and the pity. All day long. Yeah. Exactly. But yeah, he smoked so many cigarettes in one day that he thought he was having a heart attack just over distance Cotin, which I'm trying to us right now with probably we're having. Yeah. So mid lake opens up their place, and then you record the Queen of Denmark, which is your breakthrough solo album your, Dan Sola. Yeah. That was a trying period because I was also, you know, in this fucked up relationship, you know, projecting all my shit onto this relationship. And the failure of this relationship will do an air quotes it opened up this yawning abyss of broken in me. No sure that I wasn't ready to deal with. Yeah. Or that it was just so ugly because it was like you'd I'd been sober for a few years. Yeah. That time. Yeah. I have this analogy for sobriety. It's like addiction is like this beautiful long winter beautiful, pure snow. You know, the winter of addiction, and then comes the spring of sobriety and it melts, and there's nothing but dog turds music, and that's what being Sobers like the beginning. Ng twenty years. Years the hardest. You know? That though. It's you know, and and then being sober like keeping your area clean of beer cans and use condoms and turds insure. And so you keep getting new shit and keep going to new levels. And I was getting into like understanding what I'd been doing with sex and relationships in a very nasty. You know impossible to ignore manner. Sure. Yes. So that was the beginning of that that record was the beginning of just realizing I had broken my heart on the rocks of this person. Sure. Which is the way I like to put it these days because you know, I always love to say this person broke, my heart. And it's like no bitch. You did it all by yourself. Yeah. Yeah. You know, it could have been it could have been a fucking. You know, pacify, or or, you know, you know. Log lady's law. Done it on that. It's like. Just looking for trouble. Sure, you're going to find it no matter what. Oh, yeah. And boy, did I end, you know, put up that abyss. And then I ran right out into more sexual dysfunction to deal with it. Sure. And got each IV, you know, as a result of that. Which is why I felt you know, like I really needed to. And you know, the background that I came from. You know, if these things were all just attention getters for me, you know, like, my mother's death just used it to get attention. That's that's what I talk about. When I talk about this. How much I hated how self absorbed. I was using things too. Build up the story that was a lie about myself. Sure. So when I got HIV I was in Berlin shopping for shoes too good like a good homo. Getting ready to move to Gothenburg Sweden the next morning when I got a text on my shitty. Little you know, like BC phone that. I had. Yeah. And from some guy that I'd been with once. So it could like an it said, I've got bad news. Could only be one thing. Sure. Yeah. And then I realized that I had been sick throughout this entire tour right before like two weeks after I'd been with the guy I'd gotten I thought I had the flu. Wow. And it was like. So the first thing I had to do when I got Sweden where I knew no one was find a doctor and get tested, and it was January and sweet. It's like boy, you sure can pick them ladies. Damn. So I there was this girl that I was living with she'd come to one of my shows, and she'd said.
"cotin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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