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"cuna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"cuna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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How to make your podcast stand out

Podcasting Q&A

04:47 min | 6 months ago

How to make your podcast stand out

"In today's episode you'll learn what it takes to stand out in a crowded podcast category. Walk into podcasting cuna. Were you learn the best tips and strategies to launch. Grow and monetize your podcast. This question comes from trevor. Hail trevor here from one pd. And i'm wondering how to stand out when there's a quite a few podcasts. In your category for example when pd is in actual play podcast where we play dungeons and dragons and there's quite a few of them out there i'm wondering for inspiration to set ourselves apart Find a way to prove that were not just another. Dnd podcast hasso any recommendations you have. There would be very appreciated thanks much. Thanks for your question trevor. Now it is true that as podcasting has grown over the last several years certain categories in certain types of shows have become more saturated. But that doesn't mean that there's no room for anything new that you can't build a meaningful audience talking about something that you love so in this episode. I'll talk about three ways that you can separate yourself from the pack and really stand out so you can grow meaningful audience. Even if you're podcasting in a very crowded space the first thing that you'll need to focus on if you're trying to differentiate yourself from other podcast in your category is focus on quality if your listeners have a wide variety of options to choose from when it comes to your subject matter. They're naturally going to go towards the ones that are the most pleasant to listen to. And so you want to focus on making a high quality. Podcast and quality really comes down to two things audio quality. And how well you edit your podcast episodes when it comes to all you quality. There's not a lot you have to do to produce a well recorded show. All you need to do is use a podcast microphone correctly using good microphone. Technique makes you record in a well-treated environment whether it's a walk in closet or a home office. That doesn't have a lot of echo in the background. And then when it comes to editing your podcast episodes a cleanly edited episode will typically win out over a freeform unedited podcast episode long gone. Are the days where you can. Just turn on your microphone. Start recording for two hours. And then upload your podcast host. That's not really doing it anymore. If you want to really grow a meaningful audience this is just a hobby. And you're doing it for fun. Absolutely do your thing. Do what makes you happy. But if you're trying to grow a meaningful audience you need to be editing. Your podcast episodes second thing you can do to really separate yourself from the pack is put more of your personality into your shell. It doesn't matter what you're talking about. The only thing that cannot be replicated. Is you your personality your sense of humor your little quirks the more that you can add your own personality your own touch to the things. You're talking about the more. You will separate yourself from other podcasts. Because the information for the most part is widely available for all of our podcast that we do here a bus route whether it's podcasting q. And a. or bus. Caster how to start a podcast. That information is available in other places other people talk about these subjects as well but the reason that our podcast to exceptionally well in our category is because we're very personable. You know we we talk about the things that we love talking about. In recent episode of bus cast talked about a mystery of why a bunch of people were getting podcast in lake stevens. And you know had a lot of fun with that segment and that was one of the most talked about segments in the entire history of that podcast and we just had a lot of fun with it so the more fun you can have your podcast more personality you can put into it the less likely someone else is going to be able to steal your thunder third thing. You should focus on his collaborating with other podcasters in your space wo travis or are you saying i should go on other people's podcasts. And share my knowledge my expertise with them and help their podcast grow. Yeah because what's going to happen is when you collaborate with other podcasters. Some of their audience is gonna come and check out your show as well. This really is a situation where the rising tide lifts all boats. So people subscribe to podcasts all the time people are subscribed to more than one podcast in your category typically and so. You're not competing apples to apples with other podcasts. If you go and your expertise on somebody else podcast and then they come on as a guest on your podcast. That's going to help. Both of your audiences grow. And here's the cool thing. If you're in a crowded podcast category. That means people wanna hear what you have to say. So the more that you can leverage those existing by collaborating with those podcasts by being a guest on those podcasts by interacting with those podcast hosts and getting to know them and building relationships that is going to help your podcast growth significantly as you continue to put episodes month after month. Thank you so much for sending us your question

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[TEST] OA461: SO MUCH WINNING!

Opening Arguments

02:47 min | 6 months ago

[TEST] OA461: SO MUCH WINNING!

"Arguments. This is episode. Four sixty one. I'm thomas that's andrew. How you doing sir. I'm fantastic thomas. how're you. I am not tired of winning. Well i thought we were gonna get so tired of women. Yeah well no not not not under biden. Never tired of it well. I'm just tired of general tiring time but winning is not one of the things making me tired. That's the the opposite. In fact let the record reflect. The thomas is not tired of winning it. All we're going to talk about some wins. I think today right. We are Love it. I love winds also before we get this show started What is latinos for trump. Oh my gosh okay so like a dozen of you have sent me this lawsuit. It is an and again. I'm grading on a curve. Here i have read a dozen. Sit me powell. Cracking how much can align curve like. You're you're grading on a circle. Words do not do justice of how insane this lawsuit is. We are aware of it. It is definitely going to be either a fun tuesday. Like let's let's breakdown would like lawyers lose their minds lake at right stuff anyway Or we might do it for a lot off respect but in any event like i promise you i promise you i promise you listeners. We we have seen this lawsuit and we have gloried in. It can't wait for that other quick announcements we have back to back q. And a.'s coming out you real soon hughes day. Hewson as the plenty of cues to a. Don't worry plenty of cues. We've got the one on tuesday. I might be when you're hearing this depending on your Your patrons status but we've got one on tuesday. That's the normal monthly qna. That's tuesday at three pacific six eastern. Make sure to hop onto the youtube channel. And join us for that. There is so much talk about so much in fact that we've got another which is what was the last time last episode. Our new weekly cuna app. So if you want to check that out make sure you hop on that stereo up follow at torres and at serious pod and just you'll see the event that we have scheduled every tuesday hop on there so much fun. Don't worry we will not run out of questions. In fact i think in our normal monthly kyun as we get through like twenty percent of the question. So i was gonna i was gonna say third but i am so can't wait. Those are both going to be so much fun and having said that i think We get to start the show now. Announcement

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Taking Advantage of Mr. Bear by JL Collins on Tax Avoidance Investment Strategies

Optimal Finance Daily

05:16 min | 7 months ago

Taking Advantage of Mr. Bear by JL Collins on Tax Avoidance Investment Strategies

"I decided it was time to cuddle up to mr bear and let him help me. Avoid some capital gains taxes as regular readers. Here no for the past few years. We have been homeless and nomadic. It's a lifestyle that agrees with us and when we'd like to keep doing for some time however at some point age will force us to settle down. The trick is deciding when that is act too soon and we miss out on xtra wandering wait too long and i might not have the energy left to easily make the transition but sometime in the next five years. There's a better than even chance that will be buying a final years house to that end we've had money growing. In a taxable account invested in of course vitae ax as i track this against the eventual sale to fund the house. I realized that we be on the hook. For a twenty percent capital gains tax until at least this new market selloff suddenly that capital gain was disappearing indeed with an eight percent drop today it would be completely gone so with the market down about six point. Three or four percent figuring that we'd be close enough. I put in the cell order and moved from visa x to our money market fund conveniently by the market's close. It was down seven point six percent almost exactly when i need it. Good luck so with this sale. I now have the capital freely available and will oh little to no capital gains tax at the same time then sold an equivalent amount of e b t lx bonds and bought v tsa stocks in an ira. Because this was done in an ira. There's no tax consequence. The net effect is that i have moved bonds from the ira and stocks into it again. While freeing up money for the purchase with no capital gains tax to be paid at the end of the day our asset allocation remains the same. This is not a bet that the market has bottomed cuna. Wouldn't you have been better off if the market had continued to rise even if you had to pay the capital gains tax of course but as i learned playing poker. You play the cards. You're dealt not the ones you wish you had. If i had a crystal ball i would have sold before the drop and happily pay the tax. But i didn't. This market declines simply offered an opportunity. And i took it. I prefer the market. Never went down. And i always could sell it again. The market doesn't care about my preferences. Why not wait to see. If the market drops further that way you not only avoid the capital gain but gets a harvest to capitol lost. I want to preserve as much capital as possible for the future purpose. Selling break even is the sweet spot for this gambit. Doesn't this run afoul of the irs. Wash sale rules my thanks to the several readers who raises question and especially to john are who suggested i added here. This was my reply to james. The first who raises question wash sales apply to selling at a loss from the article. You linked to quote loss from wash sales of stock or securities. This ruling provides that if an individual cells stock or securities for a loss and causes his or her ira or roth ira to purchase substantially identical stock or securities within a specified period the loss on the sale of the stock or securities is disallowed under the section ten ninety one of the and the individuals basis. In the ira or roth ira is not increased by virtue of section ten ninety one d end quote in my case the objective was to sell at break even with neither. A loss oregon. Because life isn't perfect. There will likely be a small gain or loss when the dust settles. But it'll be too small to worry about. Why did you move into a money. Market fund rather than bonds with v bt lx mostly because it was easier. And i wanted to get the order in before the market closed i might move into bonds later. Wait but are in bonds. Best held in an ira ordinarily. Yes but remember. This was done to free up capital from stocks for potential future spending money you intend to spend in the next five years or so is best held in cash which is a money market fund is or boss planning any further moves as noted in the addendum to my last post when the market was down about fifteen percent on february twenty eighth. I moved some v. b. t. l. x. to v. Tsa ex if the market continues to drop. I'll do more of that. Taking advantage of drops like this are what bonds or four. Isn't this scary. No wrestling grizzly bear in your garden is scary but this time is different right. Nope every market drop feels like this. Time is different some day. If it truly is nothing will matter. Least of all how. You're invested example 1963 brink of nuclear war between the ussr and the usa a truly civilization ending possibility. Great time to buy no war market goes up. War market doesn't matter.

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Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

The Plant Path

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

"Hey everybody say John Popham. Here founded the school of Evolutionary herbalism, and it's QNA day today and. This week's question that I wanted to share with you all is. Is a very interesting question that comes up from time to time in regards to weather and herb can actually work like an antibiotic and possible benefits and possible risks. and terms of using herbs to treat pathogenic infections, and I think this is pretty relevant topic these days as we are in the midst of the whole Covid, nineteen situation and I'm seeing more and more people reaching out. To plants as ways of strengthening your immune system and wanting to look at antiviral antibacterial herbs, and how to protect themselves and their family. But as most of US know. Standard, antibiotics can have pretty detrimental effects on the body specifically in regards to the Gut Flora so in this week's Cuna. We're GONNA be talking about antiseptic antimicrobial plants, and they're kind of weighing their benefits and risks, and also kind of a what I think is a really excellent discussion in terms of the difference between how an herbal medicine works in the human organism in contrast to how a lot of pharmaceutical medications, specifically antibiotics work in the human organism. So I hope you enjoy the question answer for this week I question number one here is. Coming to us from Sharing Lemay and Materia Medica monthly. And Sharon his asking since Lemay kills off micro-organisms, is there a danger? It will destroy our gut flora the same way an antibiotic would especially if we drink it as a tea. Does using the tincture, keep it in the respiratory system, so it never gets down into the gut in any meaningful strength, so when used for a cold slash flu situation, the Gut Flora are not impacted, although since also affects the urinary tract. It seems its powers. Go throughout the body, so I'm just wondering if we are nuking. Gut Flora with Lemay mation great question Sharon. This is actually. This question brings up some really interesting dynamics. I think in the way that we think about how an herbal medicine works in contrast to how drugs work right. So this is a question that I actually quite a bit not just around lamasion, but around other herbs to especially see this one a lot with a lot of the. In containing plants. High drastic candidate insists golden seal. Mahoney Aquaphor Liam. Grape a cop, this or gold thread. Really any plant that you look it up in your book and you see. Anti Microbial. Antibacterial Oh. Is this going to adversely affect the Gut Flora? Generally speaking, I think the best answer to that question is for the most no. Obviously I don't really know if there's been a whole lot of scientific research where they measured someone's Gut, Flora. And then they took you know some of these whole plants. Or tinctures teas of these plants, and then measured it again and found that they were adversely affected. I'm not sure if that exists but from a clinical perspective. Through utilizing these remedies, we don't really see any of the. After effects that are pretty common. From as Sharon said, nuking the Gut Flora with an antibiotic right, which be off. Fatigue or post antibiotic use. Digestive imbalances. It's really common these days for. People to have digestive symptoms, digestive issues, and when we really do some digging in to the case and figure out we'll. When did it start a lot of times? You can trace it back to a time when that person was put on around of antibiotics, so it's really common. I've used a lot of verbs that are typically considered anti microbial antibacterial herbs and haven't seen anything that would indicate that it's adversely affecting the gut flora, and especially in the case with limitation. This is not something that I've seen. One study that was done. On a burberry isolate right so this would be isolated. An isolated alkaloid right Bergreen the. Famous alkaloid that we find in Goldenseal and Oregon grape grapefruit that has been demonstrated to have very strong antibacterial property. burberry isolate was administered to people in doses. I would say higher than you're going to probably be able to get from taking capsules or drinking, tea, or taking a tincture and. There was no. Signs of any type of Gut Flora imbalance, and that was actually a study that was done where they measured the Gut Flora, and after a period of time of administering pure burberry alkaloids, they did not see adversely affecting the gut flora

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Lyft beats revenue estimates but stock falls

CNBC's Fast Money

08:25 min | 1 year ago

Lyft beats revenue estimates but stock falls

"But let's begin with lift because shares are in the red after posting results for more would drove the quarter. Let's go to dear Bosa who's been listening into the conference call. And his more more with us now deirdre Brian. I have been listening in you know in the ride sharing space. We've moved from having a path to profitability to who can shorten that path by the most most uber of course upping the ante last week when it said it would be adjusted EBA profitable by the end of this year earlier than expected. Investors may be looking for lift to push up. It's time line as well from the expected. Late twenty twenty target that outlined previously. Now when I spoke to CFO. Brian Roberts earlier today. He said that they would be addressing that timeline on on the call but so far and we're about thirty minutes then we haven't heard anything we'll certainly let you know if that does happen. So far Logan Green has said that lift is simply making progress rests on that path to profitability. And how to get there have lesson. We expect to deliver continued strong. Top Line growth in twenty twenty well also making progress on our pastor profitability as we've discussed on prior calls their three key themes that we're focused on I is product innovation second is profitable growth grow and third is operating now cfo. Brian Roberts has been speaking on the call for about ten minutes already and still no mention of name any change to that profitability timeline. So despite beat on the top and bottom lines Brian as you noted shares are down more than four percent in the after hours. Remember it did rise on the back of Uber's burnings but it did move up. It's time line now. Another key question. That's likely to be asked during the Cuna. Portion is the impact of regulations while Uber has been making changes to its a platform. Lift is observing them. It says and focusing on a ballot initiative that could exempt them from the GIG economy law now is eighty five which could require the right turn. Companies to treat drivers as employees versus independent contractors. Roberts telling me earlier that the company's twenty twenty guidance assumes the status quo like. I said Brian that call also going. So we'll continue to monitor and bring you anything if it changes the direction of stock price and the after hours. Yeah industrious. Don't like it in the early reaction long way to go to your thank you very much. which kind of dumb luck about it? Okay so you've got the lift CEO talking up a couple of things. One of them is profitability. Wouldn't you like all three to be profitability profitiblity profitability and profitability and. They trust us so few quarters ago. Listen I think this was a very good quarter. I think the reason the stock is down. It's because it's gone from thirty eight and a half to fifty three and a half basically in a straight line and I think people are taking profits on the back of this if you look though terms of margins contribution margin fifty four percent at this time last year forty five and a half percent all the metrics are better and quite frankly scared people might be the full year guide but I think this is a stock that probably got ahead of it's skis in in terms of the stock price. Going back and fill and again. I've said this for a while. I don't think it's going back to that. Sixty three level that it failed at a while back but I think the high fifties absolutely absolutely in the cards. Well more focus on profitable rides whether it's airport drives and whatnot are certainly something to talk about but to to get away from structural profitability issues. That we thought were a a big part of this transportation as a service sector out of the gates. I is crazy to think that suddenly we could've gone from a place and the stocks representative up twenty four percent year today Up Twelve and a half percent into this print over the last five days. It's not a huge surprise when you don't get this renewed kind of fuel for the fire profitability to be clear. They were ahead of Uber to talk about profitability are ahead of Uber. They have a simpler business model but profitability and rationalization in terms of the competitive landscape between these two folks. I'm not sure is is here yet. You Know Karen Listen. They are domestic. Tim's point they do not have the food delivery business. They're trying to remain stable but you look the analysts community. There's thirty eight analysts have covered. This why I don't know but there's thirty. The high price forget the high price target is ninety. The lowest thirty five the median is sixty fifty five year. Analysts community has no visibility into fifty five dollar price difference in targets. That is interesting. I think when they're talking about profitability ability. I think they're getting to break even as the sort of I measure of profitability. And then I think talking about margins is how do they grow this business and grow the margins regions. I actually like lift. I agree with guy. Had it not been up so much into earnings. I think this would have been an okay of Eric Berry. Okay we'll see what he says on the call about. Does the timeline change any. That's going to be really important but I actually like it. For the reason do send it is a cleaner sort of story than Uber. Yeah I would just mention this though you know. Obviously it's a two horse race. As far as the product is concerned. I think the last thing you really WanNa do at this point this far away from profitability to see these companies tripping over each other to kind of get ahead ahead of their skis to kind of get too aggressive on their guidance because to your point about profitability and visibility and investor visibility and then obviously the analysts community. I mean at the end of the day you could. You could obviously Drive a truck through that sort of sentiment. Let's they've laid out there guidance when they're going to get adjusted adjusted whatever that means because that really doesn't mean profitability but I think investors want the path towards and. I'll just say kind of the last point here is that this stock broke out of that. Fifty levels been below there for five months or so I think investors are comfortable on how these guys are going to get to that twenty twenty twenty one guidance. I don't think you want to see them. Get too far ahead of it. It's weird world guy down because it is he's got this discussion. We talk about this company monitoring we gotta talk about Lift Tesla. It might have heard about sure mentioned a few times. Everybody talks in the bull. Case of Tesla's autonomous cars. They're going to drive US around. We won't need ridesharing during or if we do it will probably be in some sort of Tesla or tesla related. Maybe or maybe that's the existential risk to Ford and GM reason why those stocks traded at horribly over for the last six or seven years. I don't know I think you make a fair point. I don't think it's the death knell for the Uber's analysts. I think you have to decide which is better which is better situated. It has a better platform right now and I continue to say it's left now again. I think the run-up it's been such that. It makes sense. People are taking profits but you just look at the numbers. The numbers are improving. You're we're talking about thirty six percent revenue growth quarter over quarter and you over here something about twenty eight twenty nine percent. I think that's an interesting playwright here and again forty eight and a half this way you get back into name but we think about you. It's interesting you bring in Tesla Valuation. Because at least with Tesla there's all kinds of pie. In the sky you could incorporate in terms of their data terms of battery pack. This is ultimately. It's a service revenue dynamic for them to get to that Q.. Four twenty twenty one EBA positive they're gonNA have to grow trip growth by twenty percent. They're going to to grow our poo or average revenue per rider. So I changed it around a little bit by fifteen percent but that's pretty straightforward. It's not a case where you can take evaluation evaluation begin to start extrapolating all kinds of growth prospects. I don't think you can let me make one other point. We're talking about a company that you said yes. They went public at seventy two bucks is trading trading at fifty two bucks. They put three billion dollars in cash on their balance sheet so that actually preserve their ability to kind of get to whatever those targets are to get profitable and the the other thing. I'll just say you talk about data talk about an existential threat to the car makers so it's going to have to make the cars that are going to be autonomous on lifting Uber's network so so this company you know people talk about one was apple by Tesla this. This company will get bought by some day by a massive data company. It could be an apple it could be a google could matter what could be tesla who knows I'm just saying if you're looking at vertical integration. Just say at this market cap with that cash position if they can accelerate their profitability At some point this is not going to be a thirteen billion dollar enterprise company. I'm not sure if you're aware that this guy a dummy actually was working lift at some point guy. I wonder what the whole talk talk about. Employees actually being drivers under any thought about coming back to this quarterbacks. They've called me a number of times early drivers. Hopefully the crack staff halfback footage is wonderful. There you looked at me with the whites loves now. That's what we call white glove service. Bryant wouldn't genius. Sounds like you've just great but at the

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"cuna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"cuna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"cuna" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on The Film Vault

"It's big deal. And they gave me the prima spot, which I said, all right? You know what let's do this. It's going to be June eight June eighth. It's a Saturday eight pm in Sherman oaks. Wow. A small theater, but apparently people have had a really good time this so how keeping the hype going people get tickets now. Yeah. Put a link to ask like like interests booby, Mr. chance for to link up on Brian's. Well, tickets for fifteen bucks. But with my code groupers nineteen you can get it for ten bucks not about deal, and I will be there. I might get drunk during the movie, and then do the Cuna wall hammered after the movie, then that might be plan by then QNA for you. No by then we will also be placed as they say, and we will have a distributor I'm trying to figure out right now. I can tell you that some big name distributors are on the hook you ever heard of Lionsgate. Ever heard of the orchard this up incomers? No. But I'm familiar with all the, you know, a little grass roots. Of course, have is your major these ever heard of ever heard of net. Flicks. I ever has no interest. Actually, I don't know. I haven't heard from Netflix. But yeah, there are some some calls Spock flex Lord. There are some large name distributors that I may have mentioned one is the decision made. I should know by me. I should make my decision by that soon the process where people want to know even talk with him for two years paid a producers rep which at this point. Okay. You've set the tape. I was warned not to by a number of people, in fact, Brian. I was listening to an interview with a woman, and she was saying anyone who would get a producers rep, especially if they have a bit of an audience, and they're, you know, they're they made a a low indie budget movie. You don't wanna get producers rep they'll take you for a ride, and I'm thinking she's like saying you just want to self distribute. I'm thinking that's what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna 'cause I could've done this all myself. But the chances of getting beyond my audience is pretty pretty slim. I do it on my. So I'm like, you know, what fuck it. It was I was in. Anna who was the last screening of my private tour that I did. And I was in the hotel room getting ready for the show, and I was listening to interview, and I was gonna fired up on my fucking. I'm not going to sign on with this guy with circus road films. Her next words, right after I made up my mind, unless less, of course, you're going with somebody like really great like Glenn over at circus road films. And now my God. Dashed? So we paid him. Now, not a terrible on money, and it's all recuperable through his first finders fee. So for the for his background percent, which is also very reasonable. And he has a bunch of contacts. Thank God, you're paying for people who they know. And when these contacts, Glenn has a movie that he chose. It's almost like getting into a festival he only does like movies reds. It did seal of approval. Yeah. Exactly. They they will listen, and they will have at least one of their people watch the film, and he's doing that right now when he waited for Cinta quest, we kind of lead with a bang. Hey, this is this movie that I picked up it premiered at Cinta quest and take a look here's a link..

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Inflation outlook remains just slightly below target

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Inflation outlook remains just slightly below target

"To recap this macroeconomic moment. Recapping because macroeconomic moments are what we do around these parts things are overall. All right. No less a figure than Jay Powell. The chairman of the Federal Reserve said so just yesterday. But I overall means something's specifically aren't hence the fed saying yesterday, it's thinking it's not going to raise interest rates at all this year. So we are gonna continue today with a bit of Powell parsing something he said, I don't know thirty five forty minutes into his forty five minute Cuna about inflation or more accurately, the lack thereof inflation is currently and persistently a bit below the feds target level of two percent. Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson explains the problem with a little too little inflation worrying about too much inflation that hasn't traditionally kept economists up at night says Kevin Jake's he's a finance professor. At Baldwin Wallace university and a former economist at the treasury department, most of us have these preconceived notions of high inflation being problematic. Like it wasn't. If you go back and look at the late nineteen seventies or the early nineteen eighties. When inflation ran into the double digits detainment, the fed had to Jack up interest rates, which put the US economy into a recession. Ho this whole idea that, hey, wait a minute. There can be problems from low inflation that's really out of the traditional realm of what economics and policy makers have looked at over the decades. But to little inflation isn't just a problem. It's a major challenge. One of the major challenges of our time. Really that's fed chair Powell at yesterday's press conference, it gives central banks less room to to respond to downturns this gets a little technical. But lean on in recall that in a recession the fed can cut interest rates to try and stimulate the economy. Kevin Logan chief economist at HSBC. We look too low. Lower the interest rate below the rate of inflation. And that encourages more borrowing didn't people to pay back their debts more easily, and it provides some stimulus to economic activity line low inflation makes that option less powerful. It makes it less effective. That's really what they're concerned about. And to low inflation has this self-reinforcing quality to it when people and companies think inflation over main low, they don't increase prices or wages and that turn keeps inflation low.

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"cuna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"World or change millions or billions to the number one podcast on the world. I want to go to the audio only Cuna if that's okay, let's give j shady. Thank you browsing coming on Jay Shetty. Thank you, impulsive looking. They find you on the social media, you find me Jay Shetty on every platform, Facebook, Instagram, easy. Twenty million Facebook, though, he doesn't need you there but hit him up on Twitter. That's that's crazy. That's a lot of fucking numbers. Yeah. Guys. If you're not subscribe, make sure to subscribe items YouTube Spotify way about through an audio only QNA on itunes and Spotify. So hit up that audio. We're going to dive more into the mind of J Shetty. Thank you guys for listening and watching impulsive podcasts. I want to know about handling rejection. Let's do it. Because Jay, I gotta say. Recently, you've been letting people do in rejection to know, I've I've been rejected, and it makes me I like I enjoy being rejected boss-like damn like, I got friends owned recently. I got like girls lead me on scene. You know, nobody hers eagle, bro. Do right? Do what part of us? I just know bridges. I honestly. It's just the boy lake just like men. I'd like to consider myself a cool guy. And sometimes people think I'm a cool guy. And hurts my ego ego ego, I've got fussy nego. So what I tell them. You you always admit though. Oh, yeah. We all do all of us do. Yeah. I like how you embrace it. Yeah. Exactly. Like how you embrace it too many people like shy away from that. I don't have any go. Yeah. I'm like, I absolutely do. Please on friends on me. I like to tell them he he thinks sometimes like the girl or whoever thinks he's not cool enough. I like to tell them that a lot of times, they just think he's too cool while we don't want. It goes back to the alpha. Thanks to scale wanna deal with that shit. We want some last school safe guy. Like, this is the coolest dead in LA. That showed girls actually liked dad bod's more than. Oh, it's so huge. So you shouldn't let it hit your ego. Because maybe that girl that friend zone. You was looking for a dad, Bob. I maybe Mike has Mike has a dad Bod. Okay, bro. I'm a I have a dad to just in shape. Dad, bod'ed, right? Like, I push anything. Crazy. Well, maybe we need to get more pictures of that that Buddha. Maybe that's gonna make the different next. Jeez. Like shirtless just have to look like pot roast dinner, and it's really J J Shetty said this. You know, what the study basis that on right? It's it's based on the comfort level level that female that women get out of seeing someone that they because women are obviously very cautious and very. Worried about their body in the shape of their body..

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Root of Evil podcast launches

podnews

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Root of Evil podcast launches

"Root of evil. That's the new turn podcast network show root of evil, which has its first episode today. It's a companion podcast to a t and t TV show. We caught up with Tyler moody VP of Turner podcast network to ask more about it and the concept of companion podcasts in general Fatih shows. And of course, we also had to ask about the Spotify acquisition news, you'll find the Cuna in full in our show notes and in our newsletter. Happy world radio day Hindenburg is offering special discounts for its audio editing software today, it's part of their annual work with cultural survival to promote their mission to advance indigenous peoples rights and cultures worldwide through radio slate has announced a new podcasting membership platform allowing podcasters to offer page shows just for subscribers. The product is called supporting cast podcast ads are as effective as television ads say. Some new research from Westwood One podcast advertising represents a way for advertisers to make the same branding impact. As television in a far less cluttered environment says the company they've also announced the appointment of John Ward, doc as their executive editor for podcasting. What joins from similarly named rolled at the Wall Street Journal and was previously running the radio. Arm of marketwatch rub Greenlee has spotted three podcasts. One called. You can't make this up and other call the human algorithm and a corporate podcast as well. From the only company that can truly call itself the net. Flicks of podcasting because they are net. Flicks. Rogue one does what's going on there? His new app Curio as launching shortly. And it lets you capture and save clips from podcasts the founder, Monica wolf explains the apps benefits on a video. She wants also to talk to Moore podcasters and Bill Gates has been interviewed by the. ABC news podcast start here. He's on today's episode and you'll find a cheery photograph of him wearing a jumper

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"cuna" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And. Well, Hello everybody and welcome back. This is the Jason Stapleton program. Broadcasting once again from very wet, California. It's been raining all weekend long, lots of mudslides, lots to panga passes. Now, what's up turn the volume up a little bit not my well my volumes fine. So as volumes low on your end people believe the group or saying that it's low. Okay. Well, you got a boost that on your, okay? I don't know how to do that that figured out. Okay. So yeah. The people, of course, at Mattis talking about or the people in the private Facebook group, and you get some benefits by being part of that number one. Is you get a watched the show live and comment? You get to be part of the before show, which we didn't do much of the day because we're running a little bit behind. And then the after show this is going to get really cool. We start having guests and stuff on and people being able to ask questions and have count an after show Cuna that will do and that kind of thing, and and then also they do things like do a monthly kind of private Cuna with me. And that is actually the the February's QNA is happening on Monday at five PM. So that's five PM Pacific time. So if you all happen to be central or east coast, you can you know adjust accordingly. But the point I'm making is we do this stuff to kind of keep you guys engaged in and help you just provide a little extra benefits you guys. I get lots of people who want to ask me questions who want to have a piece of my time so to speak, and so one of the things I we do for all our members as we we just do a private session. I answer questions and talk and pretty much whatever you guys want. So that's happening on Monday. If you're not a member, we now have two hundred and you know, basically, two hundred thirty two hundred fifty members something like that right now and going really, well, we're growing every single day. Just had another new member this morning before I came in to the studio. So it's real simple. Just go to Jason Stapleton dot com slash members. And you.

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Dick Miller, Prolific Character Actor Known for ‘Gremlins,’ Dies at 90

Nick Digilio

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Dick Miller, Prolific Character Actor Known for ‘Gremlins,’ Dies at 90

"My lot of my colleagues got to got to meet him in a couple of my colleagues did the Cuna with him. And they said he was a just a wonderful guy and really really cool and the the the documentary called that guy. Dick Miller is really great. And and if anybody deserves a tribute and a documentary about their life as a character actor dick Miller, he passed away yesterday was ninety years old lived a nice full life. Great family, sixty years in the business one hundred and eighty two credits to his name. So we had a good life. You had a real good life, and he brought joy to a lot of people. And and I'm right near the top of that list of people who loved dick Miller. So we're paying tribute to him, and I'm just gonna go and just throw out some titles in some projects that he did because it's ridiculous. The amount of stuff that he did in. How many weird in great and awesome movies? He was in. Here's Mark on WGN. I'm Mark green from Cleveland. Yes. Okay. A a, but really good credit? I remember for Louis was remember in nineteen sixty seven western call the time for killing. I think Glenn Ford starred in it. I do not. Okay. So dick was into along with another great character actor cuter. You might remember him as nude Kylie from green acres, sir. Yeah. So anyway, they are I guess won't be set during the civil war in day or two guys who capture a soldier from

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"cuna" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"Hugh was accused ninety four seven q ninety seven. Yep. He ninety seven, and I and I know I know Sweden to go up there and do what show? That's what my girlfriend's from an and they were talking about that huge. Like, I remember seeing that Joni goes girl, the Fresno so much. I know all about it all about the book with a full bar and grill. Doghouse grill. Yeah. But hey, man. Stories if you want. So so yeah. So yeah, I just pitcher you I'll make sure you're on that person with them. You can have some fun with. Yeah. No, we're family may we're absolute family. Like, I say we go back like the Commodores, man. And and I know that I hosted many shows that he was at and I was the MC for it. And and he was the soundtrack man because TQ back in the day man that was a lot of love. So I'm definitely looking forward to that. Glad he's part of the team, and and pant. It's all about the worldwide with. I mean, man, man. About to go play that right now here. Tell you what will you played that? We're going to take a quick break. We're gonna come back and talk about who. Derek Carr wants to fight. Why he wants to fight him? And what the odds are infighting somebody else after right here on Cuna with Q and Joe redo on the silver and black fried podcast network on be nation. We'll be right back after this. Hello. I'm Spencer hall from Espy nation, and I wanna tell you about my new show. It seemed smart. It seems mart as show about people doing things that for some reason or another seem smarter time. Those things might include doing a little cocaine and driving a bike up mountain or I don't know maybe racing one hundred miles per hour across the country in the middle of the night with no one's permission or even stealing a bat from an empire is room in a major league baseball park, check it out. And if you like it Tele friend, I'm Spencer hall. Don't do anything smart. Welcome back here. You a Q and Joe Rigo? I enjoy Rigo on the silver.

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"cuna" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And let me know your thoughts. There are certainly other things you can do stem cells photo by modulation cryotherapy and para bios, and you know, all these modern tactics that a lot of anti-aging enthusiasts and bio hackers including myself or doing to enhance longevity. But gotta form the foundation with these basic basic habits. So I hope this has been helpful for you. Let's go ahead and move into the next part of today's show. Hey, my name is James on the editor of the podcast need to make a quick Editor's Note on the wrong QNA recording the time where the audience members actually asked the questions they were very hard to decipher what they were saying with all of the background noise with all of the crickets, chirping and everything. So what I'm going to be doing is just instead of trying to make their voices louder which in turn makes that crickets louder, and you can't hear it. Anyway, I'm going to ask the questions myself. And then we'll just hand it right back to Ben just wanna let you know. What's going on? Here. We go. Was this? I've been told I've been ordered welcome to the official what years to two thousand eighteen still doesn't eighteen room Dominican Republic post pork feed Cuna. So I actually had a glass of activated charcoal to try and clear. My head of all the pork fat before I jumped into this eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper with lots of questions written on it. I can't believe you guys fit all these questions on one piece of paper. Admittedly. I have not looked at these. So I'm just going to kind kinda choose them in hope of not asking a sucky question halfway through it. So let's start in the what are the two thousand nineteen health trends, what are the two thousand nineteen health trends, it's kind of funny. I think it was selling Joe out there Joe. Distefano about how win we go to paleo f x it's like, whatever I see a paleo f x for some odd reason even those like a huge event in the health industry per se, it's just like this little niche fitness of it and Austin, whatever kind of seems to be prevalent, there seems to be kind of prevalent in the industry in the following several months, and so this last year it was CBD, right? And now, we're seeing CD oil and CBD rice, crackers and CBD peanut butter and CD tinctures for dogs. Fasten your bird, lizard, CD everything seeing Kito like hito cookies and Kito candy and Kito shots and kill alcohol and Kito you've just put keyed on anything tells like hotcakes. What does the Kito genyk? Dia was one of the top searched terms on Google. And then. The the the last ones are stem cell booze. I think we'll even more of those this year..

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"cuna" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"And then, you know, stumble into a guy by the name of Cuna wrote the Austin advantage, I met another guy by the name of Leo Brian Daniel, who's out of Ireland is well, he's both Irish in. He walked me through a lot of the stuff behind the Tako method made sense of this Russian system was very difficult understand then understanding a lot of things in principle surrounding yoga, and it's like a weight, we've got a resistance breathing device on her face and. Our nose is. That was like, but I also heard about this guy. George Ceylan wrote this book back in eighteen sixty nine or something. And it was about indigenous people in how they rarely talk that much in hunted their mouth shut they slept with their mouths shut. And they didn't have bad teeth. And you know, it was just like what is going on in my head spinning, and I'm like, wait a second in when you look at it, you go da, but the nose was designed with the respite respiratory system in the mouth was designed the digestive system and our communication system in although we can get a lot of air in out through our mouth that isn't emergency type situation right versus when I actually in now like go, look the free diving role. What do they work on? What did they do in order to hold the? Breath for the amount of time they count and they work on building a tolerance to CO two. And then building a tolerance to very low. Oh, two levels. These are things that actually nasal breathing trains us to be very efficient at maybe not as a fishing is a professional diver, but very fish much more efficient with oxygen and much more efficient show two, and it just so happens that people who deal with high levels of anxiety and stress so our high stress type eyars right also have adverse reactions to see Goto. So when I'm in taller in the lungs Decio too. I can to react very quickly or overreact quickly or don't handle stress real well because she oh to tends to Bill. So this was all his calm. How calm hounding of information over a few years that was roughly I dunno six years ago or so to where it just like this explosion. Of information started coming out, and it was like, wait a second. So I can, you know, learning all this you can Bill better Roby capacity, which I actually believe a aerobic efficiency is actually the D number one thing that we have for human performance. Like that is the indicator of how quickly you're going to recover. How quickly how how how well you can tolerate stress. You know, how well you're going to get back the next day. And when we see these things start to take shape we start to learn how to play with them. And so I can recover quicker through breathing. You know, we've seen this time and time again, I can down regulate myself a breathing. I can you know, I can change my performance in performance with breathing in all of this stuff. Just starting to explode. So it was like, well, this looks like it could change. Things and nobody was really talking about the way we kind of were looking at it time. So we just ran with it. And that's what we've always kinda done at least in my, you know, Mike, Mike, my circle is. It's just I'm surrounded by people. Who were like, yes, I've got this late..

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"cuna" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"And then, you know, stumble into a guy by the name of Cuna wrote the Austin advantage, I met another guy by the name of Leo Brian Daniel, who's out of Ireland is well, he's both Irish in. He walked me through a lot of the stuff behind the Tako method made sense of this Russian system was very difficult understand then understanding a lot of things in principle surrounding yoga, and it's like a weight, we've got a resistance breathing device on her face and. Our nose is. That was like, but I also heard about this guy. George Ceylan wrote this book back in eighteen sixty nine or something. And it was about indigenous people in how they rarely talk that much in hunted their mouth shut they slept with their mouths shut. And they didn't have bad teeth. And you know, it was just like what is going on in my head spinning, and I'm like, wait a second in when you look at it, you go da, but the nose was designed with the respite respiratory system in the mouth was designed the digestive system and our communication system in although we can get a lot of air in out through our mouth that isn't emergency type situation right versus when I actually in now like go, look the free diving role. What do they work on? What did they do in order to hold the? Breath for the amount of time they count and they work on building a tolerance to CO two. And then building a tolerance to very low. Oh, two levels. These are things that actually nasal breathing trains us to be very efficient at maybe not as a fishing is a professional diver, but very fish much more efficient with oxygen and much more efficient show two, and it just so happens that people who deal with high levels of anxiety and stress so our high stress type eyars right also have adverse reactions to see Goto. So when I'm in taller in the lungs Decio too. I can to react very quickly or overreact quickly or don't handle stress real well because she oh to tends to Bill. So this was all his calm. How calm hounding of information over a few years that was roughly I dunno six years ago or so to where it just like this explosion. Of information started coming out, and it was like, wait a second. So I can, you know, learning all this you can Bill better Roby capacity, which I actually believe a aerobic efficiency is actually the D number one thing that we have for human performance. Like that is the indicator of how quickly you're going to recover. How quickly how how how well you can tolerate stress. You know, how well you're going to get back the next day. And when we see these things start to take shape we start to learn how to play with them. And so I can recover quicker through breathing. You know, we've seen this time and time again, I can down regulate myself a breathing. I can you know, I can change my performance in performance with breathing in all of this stuff. Just starting to explode. So it was like, well, this looks like it could change. Things and nobody was really talking about the way we kind of were looking at it time. So we just ran with it. And that's what we've always kinda done at least in my, you know, Mike, Mike, my circle is. It's just I'm surrounded by people. Who were like, yes, I've got this late..

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"cuna" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"A door slam. Was my daughter is texting me. I love you. She's taxing her little brother. I love you. She never says that folks and just imagine if you're one of those parents, or if you were, you know, a sixteen year old kid who, you know, you don't know what's going on. You hear about these school shootings on the news. And then you hear that it's happening in your building. And you think that what you're hearing gunshots. This. Terrifying. I'm so glad that everyone is okay. And I'm so glad the school does have a policy in place to keep their kids safe. But I think it needs to be tweaked a little bit. So that these this doesn't happen again five and a half hours success again. I don't know what the exact situation was you. You would like to do you would like to think in these days of the internet where they can they can hit your phone with school delay or something that if they could say, look, there's, you know, there was a threat of, you know, a shooter or something, but so far there's no evidence of anything anything that will keep parents in the loop in common down saying, hey, we're not done with our building. Sweet. But just so, you know, we haven't found anything yet. We're coming out during the day. One of my friends on on Facebook is a town board member this Cuna, and he was putting out statements as she was getting them. So there was some of that going on, but the school notifications as a mate, listen, you know, if there's a two hour delay you're getting at five o'clock in the morning, everyone in the district that's at the same time. So they have a way of communicating with people through that system. But I don't know that they were using it to the best of their ability in a situation, the there, there's also among the many things at this meeting another another person mentioned about getting armed school resource officers there, you guys don't have.

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Google opens News on Google Assistant to all; and questions with Panoply's CEO

podnews

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Google opens News on Google Assistant to all; and questions with Panoply's CEO

"From a busy Luton airport delays, news, Google have opened up their news on Google assistant developer information, which includes details on how to enable appearance on the Google equivalent of the daily news briefing a full this week. You had to send a cheeky Email to somebody admitted a conference then sent somebody else. You've met three years ago at a conference who then suggested nice man called Gordon then manually approve your Google account as what we did. Anyway, you'll content will still need editorial approval. Last week we reported the panoply had suddenly stopped producing new podcasts focusing instead on its hosting platform, megaphone, panoply, CEO, Brendan Monaghan aunt said some of our questions on the announcement that two new podcast, it's still going to be produced and megaphone is cleverer than the average podcast host refined the full Cuna pod news dot net. We hear that, yes, Spotify is testing pass through according to somebody with knowledge, if the Massar NPR with the driving force who requested spa. Fine. No longer cash, their podcasts than our beat testing with a number of podcasters who are big enough and more or in the cube finding Cleo. A podcast from Canada's CVC has won a major award bro. Consta- says in a tweet at the third coast festival, the EU has passed a controversial. New copyright law includes a so-called relig tax write for publishers to demand payments from links in services, like Legal News, an onerous demand for platforms including podcast hosts, potentially to check for copyright infringement on upload poor trackers published their US twenty podcasts for August lawyer. David Oxford reminds podcasters of the US legal requirements to clearly identify sponsored messages in podcasting. The outline of podcast festival in Los Angeles has confirmed Sam Sanders from NPR podcast. It's been a minute. We'll be one of the guests and the pod news podcast is now in Diese

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"cuna" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"Time for Cuna for Jeremy's pants. I want everyone to understand. We post a picture of terror. We have to. I wanna I want everyone to understand on on life that there's a huge black curtain and we we cannot see but life about to ask questions. So when we hear his voice, it's very daunting and hilarious. So Jeremy about lifeless. Go BNP, but life, but lifelock life. But life brought to you by bought live hashtag, but life but life. One. Don't go to that. Okay. All right for that intro. So first of all, keep sending us questions at biz and biceps on Instagram and Twitter be is e and biceps. All right. First question, I feel a great deal of frustration at my business when my employees don't perform at my personal higher level of creativity intensity inefficiency, is it realistic to have these expectations? No. When you are so good in your space, can you have realistic expectations from your team? Will they ever satisfy your hunger for? I, I've never heard. Fuck I check yourself because you just said you're so good in your space. I just talked about two companies. Sarah worth a trillion fucking dollars. So don't start the question off by him, so fucking good in your space, and if you are so good in your space, your name, e either either Jeff Bezos or Tim cook or one of those guys, which I doubt it is because Jeremy would've told us, so. So you gotta start, fuck your employees right now, you gotta start with yourself brother. You're not that good, right? You're, you're talking about how you can't manage people and you're talking about how you're that. Good and that and this creative according to what? According to what have some humility..

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"cuna" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on The Filmcast

"I watched a bunch of special feature stuff back for nineteen Ninety-three and there was a ton of it that like had come on special feature. Thanks route the years that now we're online because online and it was actually really interesting. I ended up going to Cuna with like a better understanding of like how they made, which is why than she had. And I'm not trying to be like, you know about that. She was basically like, I mean, yeah, I got an Reagan, whatever. And I was like, did you know your puppets human hair? And she was like, did not know that the like that kind of stuff to me was really cool growing up because it's part of what allowed me access to understanding filmmaking and the pad like in flamed my passion for it. So it's interesting to me that would. Just saying is it seems to be that this kind of content is falling off and I'm asking why you think that might be. I think I think you make a great point. I mean, the thing the first job I ever fantasized about having was being a special effects artist, and that's because as a kid on VHS, my dad recorded from Showtime, I think the dark crystal making of and on the return of the Jedi making of, and both of those I would watch over and over and over again. And they showed Phil Tippet with the puppets and they show it was fascinating stuff, and you get to see like, oh, this is how the magic is made. And I watched just recently watched the mission impossible. What I guess goes protocol was the one with the the Dubai building stuff. Yeah. And that is a fascinating look at what it took to shoot that sequence at you really get a sense of all of the work they put into it and how difficult it was and how many windows they had to remove from the building and putting the cameras outside. And what training. NG cruised in all that stuff like I eat that stuff up, like Christie's talking about it, it is inspiring. Is it shows you why these movies cost what they cost. And I think perhaps it's because there's less value to these things and we're digital age and people don't watch that stuff. But I wish that wasn't the case. I wish there was an outlet for all this stuff, and I feel like if you put those things on a service, you know if Disney ends up having a digital service,.

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"cuna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In new york it's now the wednesday after the weekend the story broke that a data mining company used facebook to try to manipulate voters in favor of donald trump's presidential campaign and yet the two top people at the social media company have yet to speak publicly a facebook town hall style cuna with employees is scheduled for friday when one would expect ceo mark zuckerberg and coo sheryl sandberg to take questions my colleague marketplace tech host molly woods says it'll be interesting to see a facebook offers actions to go with any words there are concrete steps that facebook could take to make people feel better right out of the crisis management handbook offer a dashboard that tells people where their data is let people delete data from their servers directly and show them that it's deleted let them opt out of targeted advertising the way you can on for example apple iphones but the company won't do any of that and it's because that's where the money is and not just creates this ongoing cynicism about the the company's response facebook has launched an internal investigation into what it sees as the misuse of its data by cambridge analytica a uk based data firm that's now suspended its ceo and now the us federal trade commission is looking into all this here's marketplace's nancy marshall genzer this isn't the first time facebook has been in the ftc's crosshairs facebook ended up signing a consent decree in twenty eleven after the ftc accused it of deceiving consumers by telling them they could keep their information on facebook private and then allowing it to be shared and made public facebook didn't admit guilt in signing the consent decree but it did agree to get users consent before sharing their data beyond their privacy preferences the consent decree carries the force of law facebook would have to pay penalties of up to sixteen thousand dollars for each violation of the decree in two thousand twelve the ftc find google about twenty two million dollars after accusing google of misrepresenting privacy guarantees for.

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"cuna" Discussed on Dorm Room Tycoon (DRT)

Dorm Room Tycoon (DRT)

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on Dorm Room Tycoon (DRT)

"Yeah well it's it's the difference between forums in qna cuna is very focused you you know know it's it's and the sorting is critical so the the the community vetted answered that the community like the most will be at the top and nine eight times out of ten let's say that's probably the answer the you want so you know loads fast it also adds stuff like we want it we always said we will do advertising but only like responsible advertising we're not deal like tons of like heavyweight ads dancing punched the monkey nonsense were like look we're gonna do advertising but it's going to be ethical advertising that loads fast right so you know you're going to get a page at loads fast it's not going to be covered with like ridiculous stupid looking ads it'll have some you know discreet adds that won't bother you um and the best answer will sort of be at the top so i would say that's pretty much it i would say speed plus you know excellent information near the top of the page is about all that you need to be honest certify said major i'm gonna launch qna for developers exactly like stuck overflow probably just a nice interface that's probably what i'm going to try and do what would you say good luck i i would say it's heart there's increasingly diminish returns right like how much nicer could it really be because the niceness is about the information right not about how pretty it looks on the page although our formatting has good stakhova used marked down and we did have like good formatting of two better than the average forum in terms of the way things look the way people edit their code and stuff so then actually does mentoring cosmetics do matters certain degree but it will be hard to i mean anything's possible i'm not going to say nobody could do it because it's not true but in terms of what people want we kinda honed that to like a razor's edge right like we were like this is our job you know like we're producing really laser targeted information for programmers who are impatient people that are already know how the internet works right so if you can master that audience you can master a lot of other audiences i feel like programmers are kind of the canarian the coal mine for.

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"cuna" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Instead of answering my questions mr more reached to whoever it began groping main him putting his hands hydride open my car doors delay but he reached over any locked it so what could not get out i dried fighting him off while yelled at him to stop stopping he began squeeze them on their attempt in divorce my head on his fraud continued to struggle how is determined that i was not going to allow him to force me to have sex with them i was terrified that's why the story of a middle school in cuna is important a lot of people have thoughts about what's going on with roy morin is this a hit piece sir what are you believe in what do you not believe and we'll get to that we want kids to come forward if something bad happened to them what's love the frustration that people have of this were of all these people that were of all these people that okay i can't go back to the past and answer those questions but we have something before us in our community and for those of you who in cuna you have it a lot closer to you if you have a kid in amid tall ask them what kind of conduct to ask him what can of contact they had with their office manager because the office manager is accused of inappropriate conduct with a minor this former office manager is being investigated by the police apparently she's been fired if you have any information of what might be inappropriate conduct which is one hell of a vague term you're either supposed to call the call the district do school district or the ada county sheriff's office if you think a crime occurred i have a lot of frustration with this story coming out today out of cuna because what's inappropriate.

fraud cuna roy morin office manager ada county
"cuna" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Instead of answering my questions mr more reached to hoover it began groping made him putting his hands on library has i tried to open my car doors delay but he reached over any locked it select could not get out i tried fighting him off while yelled at him this stuff uh uh uh a stopping mcgann squeeze in my neck attempt than divorce my head odds of his fraud continued to struggle how is determined that i was not going to allow him to force i was terrified that's why the story of a middle school in cuna is important yep a lot of people have thoughts about what's going on with roy morin is this what are you believe in what are you not believe and we'll get to that we want kids to come forward if something bad happened to them what's love the frustration nature of all these were of all these people there okay i can't go back to the past and answer those questions uh but we have something before us in our community and for those of you living cuna you have a awad closer to you if you have a kid in cuna middle school asked there what kind of conduct to ask him what kind of contact johnny had with their office manager because the off is accused of inappropriate conduct with a minor this former office manager investigated by the police apparently she's been fired if you have any information of what might be inappropriate conduct which is one hell of a vague term you're either supposed to call the call the district do schooled is uh county sheriff's office if you think a crime occurred i have a lot of frustration with this story coming out today out of cuna because w what's inappropriate.

fraud cuna roy morin cuna middle school johnny office manager county sheriff hoover awad
"cuna" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"cuna" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To a local hospital for treatment now the initial reports indicated the injury did not appear to be lifethreatening we have yet to get an update this morning though cuna police began that investigation just after 230 yesterday afternoon when they get a call about a protection order violation when the man holding a gun walked up to the home of that one in the black hawk drive area i now the woman did not answered the door smartly she called 911 instead reported what was going on at that point the man walked back to his car was parked out on the street he refused to get out of his car when police arrived a few minutes later and told him to come out of the car with his hands up he didn't do that he said he was either going to shoot himself where he was going to war i'll walk out of there a clear and free well the ada county dispatchers issued a code red message to the neighborhood shortly after three o'clock yesterday to get all of their neighbours on the same page telling them to stay in their home that standoff ended around seven thirty last night no charges have been filed and again this aspect has not been identified today too two of the five people who were hospitalized after a crash on monday near home dale had been released from the hospital the driver of the honda civic attempted to cross incoming traffic to get to a driveway and was struck by a ford at three fifty pickup the truck driver and his two year old daughter were ejected from their vehicle the team driver of the honda and her thirty passengers were also taken to local hospitals the honda driver enter frontseat passenger have been treated and released the rear seat passenger.

dale honda cuna civic two year