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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

02:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Keep up keep riding in check. Thank you so much writing about doom patrol. Because it's great to hear about doing control as much as i love. Steve's emails about titans obscure is about his thoughts on patrol. But but he's so good at ranting. I don't wanna like sacrifice this titans rance. I guess you started writing. Good stuff he probably would be no. It'd be great to read by. It'd be as interesting. Well you know it. It probably be like a paragraph just one a little paragraph. it's like. Hey this i love this episode. The end i don't know but Is this great to hear. So thanks for. If you wanna be like stephen you want to be like chet and you do write to us. Tighten cast gmail.com. it's titan cast app to gmail.com or you can find us on facebook of course talked times podcast or at titan talk cast on twitter so please like and follow us there we definitely would appreciate it and You tell your friends about us. Tell your enemies about est of dada about us. Because we don't care as long as you guys are listening and enjoying it and We want to keep growing the podcast growing her audience so we can spread the word people and we definitely appreciate that so thanks so much and also if you would please review us on apple podcast because that helps people find us as well. So that's something if you're so inclined you could do for us if you want. We definitely appreciate that nick. Where can they find you when it comes to me. If you are into country music you find me on my radio. Show whisky and cigarettes. We play all sorts of country music and from with mitch about that whisky and cigarettes show. Come podcast wise. If superhero movies i speed. I do host some documents that the superior movie podcast me discuss superhero movies under the sun. And if you are fans of oscars and best picture winners myself. Rachel friend incense browse can be heard discussing all the best picture winning movies from nine hundred fifty seven swings the prison day and that is standard the oscars podcast and next week. We will be discussing lawrence of arabia's that's gonna be a fun one and and if you want to check out and see the great stuff by rate stuff what crazy stuff. I do instagram. great stuff. She still appreciate you guys. Instagram is you can find me on. Dj mc diagram and what about you. All's well nick as for me. Of course. I'll try to do this quickly. Because i know we're running really long actual skaggs on twitter at chelsea on instagram or facebook. Charles cakes. in here. You're ohio in my blog at the geeky things damn coffee and highway. Talk about all.

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

03:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Something else. So clinton's up's coming across. His japanese woman trapped in a glass box who comics fans. Now is the quiz and a woman named sachiko as it turns out and initially you know cliff can't understand her because she's speaking japanese but then somehow cliffs are suddenly starts talking japanese and You know she asked. The woman asked cliff. What are you and cliff You know the the end up in this about being afraid of their own death in feeling empty inside and useless and chico kind of feels a little bit scared of cliff as he approaches the glass case and the reason for that is because in the comex. She's afraid of dirt. Oh so that's that's probably why she's in this glass case you remember. There's a point where she's wearing a gas mask within the not to her con her costume in comex so we should have which i will point out right here on the cover and enough. You could see that. yeah i can. Obviously obviously all our listeners can't but it's on the cover of in patrol number twenty six so that's the that's why the gas mask thing was shown but But then know they start getting along and then cliff tries to hug the glass box because apparently he's kind of tripping he's on ecstasy or something and wants to hug her seems so touched by the whole story. The whole story gets the queries puts out if you will all. Is this a hog moment. And so he goes to try hug hugger so any thoughts about cliff ansa chico in the segment it was very surreal but then again of course we are dealing with dada dada 'isms make sense and i actually wanted pulling out which i thought was worth pointing out various. Cactus encounter in the various encounters. Each one asked different questions. Because we have who are you what are you and why are you right right. So very introspective very introspective questions. Yeah which was with pointing out because see each one is given a different question who what where how etc. But i love this exchange between the two and and yeah so the whole concept of the subtitles in japanese where she writes something in english on the gloves and you can sunny speak japanese and i have to hand it to brendan fraser for speaking such great japanese or reading off the lines that he was given in japanese and doing it wasn't it wasn't bad because japanese very difficult language. Oh yes is you have to have a very talented tongue to pull that off So i would be in deep trouble speaking japanese. Because i'm all over the place i know but it does. Yeah so but it's one of those languages. I would love to learn but apparently it's very difficult to learn. Oh yes. I use somebody growing up. That was studying it in college. And it's just it's extremely difficult language. So so kudos to brenda frazier for pulling that dialogue off. Oh he did a great job. I think it was such a a interesting exchange between the two..

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

04:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Yeah there's something wrong because he's like he's touching his head and there's like uk. Larry don't like like he's kind of embarrassed at. Everybody saw him like messing with his head yet. But i did think it did. Reinforced once again. The relationship that had been established between rita. And larry the fact that she's the one kind of puts on the hazmat suit to check out and see how he's doing and what the deal is and i love that because in throughout the course of this show we have seen how larry and rita really gotten close together and so i really liked that. She was the one to kinda checking on him. And that was. I read i. I like the weather cares the most about most this very odd couple. But you know they're there for each other. They the kinda like with cliff in jane live and jane had this kind of close friendship within the team. Exactly and that. Sorta larry and rita and it's really great to see rita still being worrying about larry in trying out him and larry feels like he can of all the team. That's the one probably the most the person the most that he feels like he can open up to about things. I totally agree to anything. So yeah i really liked their relationship so any other thoughts about these characters because We're we're gonna talk a little bit of the things that happened to that with the sisterhood of dada. But i kinda wanna keep that its own topic right none other than this point. I think that that's pretty much I just like the reinforce drew the closest relations in the characters via since we'll be looking at them later on the episode. So yeah i'm pretty good i'm goodwin comes then at the very end of the episode. We kind of it kind of get back to where they started at the beginning who's episode cliffs still taking too many pills clicking on pop ups..

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

02:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Which features the first appearance of the brotherhood of dada. Which i talked about a little bit about last week. And i just wanted to kind of follow up a little bit on that so the brotherhood of dada. Obviously the sisterhood of doubt here. They were gathered by mr nobody. And they comprised the fog the quiz sleepwalking frenzy. Like i was talking about in the casting and they stole a magical painting just like the one in season. One of doom patrol the tv series and they used it to transport the city of paris into another reality composed of realms based on philosophical concepts and schools of art. So you have like a cubist level you had an abstract level and impressionist level. And so on but their plan was foiled of course by the doom patrol but they decided to they chose to remain in the strange painting in the alternate realm until these mr nobody ultimately escaped from the painting with the help of four new members of the brotherhood of dada in a return of so we got some additional members of the brotherhood dot us. Some new ones. One of whom is actually slated to appear in This season of doom patrol. But i'll leave that. I'll table that for now. We'll talk about him when he when he finally shows up so so more a little bit more pending to be continued on that front four topics here as well so a topic number one. Let's talk cliff vic. And larry and these characters as where. We kind of start the episode. The you know the they've just recently come back from being zombies and cliff as we saw. Start clicking on pop up ads which you should never ever do know but cliff being somewhat naive about the internet and desperate to deal with his presumed Case of parkinson's syndrome that he ordered some medicine and starts like gets some pills and instead of just taking the prescribed dosage when cyborg walks out of the room cliff like takes the whole bottle and pours it into a funnel which is like goes into a tube which i gather goes into his nutrient tank. I assume so. Yeah because how me to do something. I don't know but you know whatever nutrients he's getting fed with like just like pores that in. And then you know dumps the pills in like the whole like half the ball or something.

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Pardon me agent carter fan. Because she played. Madame mask aka whitney frost on agent carter and also voiced the character. The enemies series adventures semple correct him. So that was cool. She's also been on the news room and episodes of supernatural and a really fun actress. She was so fun or highlights. On agent carter fabulous. Yeah great to see her here on doing patrol chewing the scenery once again here as well. We had gina. Heroes umi as the quiz aka sid chico and she's been in episodes of black ish and the modern hawaii five o specifically episode for twenty twenty. We had a anita color. Tara as sleepwalk aka holly mckenzie. She was the one that was behind the wheel of the ice cream truck. That was asleep right so N miles boost sinden as frenzy aka. Lloyd jefferson who was on episodes of cloak-and-dagger the marvel tv series right. Do cage a walking dead and spiderman homecoming movie. So he's got quite the comedy. Tv show resume. And i have some trivia really quickly. Because i know we're running long data if you're wondering what data is thought to explain that a little bit go. Data is apparently an art movement that was formed during world. War one in zurich of all places exactly as you were saying that house. It's not france right right exactly as a negative reaction to the horror and sanity of war because remember this is the first world war and Just so much. Chaos and death and just you know just stupidity war and the art poetry and performance are that was produced by dada artists during this time was satirical and nonsensical in nature. So that's essentially what data is offering to. It's a pre costa surrealism. Because like for example. Like you know how much you love david. Lynch david lynch is often considered a surrealist or even eight dollars in the things that he does with twin peaks so is as we see surrealism. Today we have to thank dada ism for having surrealism. Yeah exactly yeah lynch. You know know. We're getting a little bit of tangent here but really quickly lynch is wonder whether one of those craters that finds the honest in the ordinary. The day in that little that darkness underneath so so essentially what what data is here. Is it more like poking fun at things. And and you know pointing out the absurdity of things and you know just being absurd in itself in embracing that absurdity so at least that's what grant morrison did in the do patrol comic like the comic book. I have right behind me..

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

03:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"That decoration is using against a dog. Yeah nice kita would be all over. That guy lori was appalled. She's like what are you doing. The crypto i was with my wife lori. The largest is screaming at the screen. Actually get up and she was really unhappy with this episode by the way so she thinks she really liked and something. I pointed out to her. Is that. Donna is being a stronger leader. And it's greeley good to see that. We have to applaud conor less because she is radio on this show. She she's one of the highlights. Vincent kartheiser you know. He's he's trying to make the most of of of an inconsistently written character and you know kinda leslie's coming in kind of like a as as designated hitter like coming in and hitting some home runs now but But everybody else is just at the mercy of just really bad writing so agree. There are positive. it's just. There's not enough positives. So i'm gonna be sit down about that because i wanna i wanna show. I want a better show man. I agree but chow. Speaking of positives we have another positively coming up. Yes we do so. So let's flip the script okay. So we talked. We got the battle of the way. Let's talk some of the good right. So let's move onto doom patrol and once again doom patrol beats titans in a head to head competition. Yes with episode. Five dada patrol. That was released just a couple of days ago on october. Seventh twenty. twenty one written by shoshana saatchi. Big shot get shot. She she favorite writers. I notice that every time. She writes a script that jane is just killer with the lines. Really comes off with some hardcore sarcasm and each one of saatchi's episodes. I mean sure sean. If you're listening you are doing a fabulous fabulous job. You are you know. You're you're doing great sweetie. Just put it that way. Yeah amen and she's written the previous episodes fun size patrol finger patrol possibilities patrol the season three opener and others otherwise. I'll be here all day right listening to this episodes directed by kristen wendell once again who directed last week's episode undeb patrol and also the season two episode space patrol. So so i kind of wondered if there. This is another situation where we've talked about where they're directing in blocks of two episodes. Looks like it. Yeah yeah so we get. We finally get the introduction of the sisterhood of dada in this episode. So we get some new cast members whenever it who we saw very briefly in the film episode. we finally get to meet her fully. Officially as the fog aka shelley byron. She's notable if you're an agents of shield fan or a me agent carter fan..

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

03:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Extent busey. You one dogma. Assume if corey can remember it's obviously black firearm. Remember because who doesn't remember things to happen to them when they were like two years old. Yeah baby in commanders case. Yeah so. I'm sure she remembers it vividly because of course they retain that but but apparently on camera and they do. Okay what what i did i did like was it was kind of cool to see tamarin and it makes me sound like glimpse that we got i did and poverty would like to see mole and also heck. I'm i'm very much big fan of political thrillers intrigue so i would like to see like what else is there behind the hope. It's going tamarin. Why are they doing this up because obviously davin enough that removed from earth when it comes to political intriguing back door deals the happened on earth so i was like. Oh now i want a tamarins series where we see everything that happens around the almost like me like a game. Like a game of thrones type season. Hexter tom moran crown the crown of timor. And how's that. Yeah i go with so no. I enjoy it. I just a bit of a tease. And it's a shame. The probably will never see tamarin again or he might but i who knows who knows right at this point. I know that when you know. Black fire was teased at the end of season two. I was hoping that we were going to get for season. Three the storyline from the new teen. Titans comics where the titans go back to tamper with corey right and then they end up encountering backfire for the first time they did in the comics tamarin. So you know they also had the mega man and that would have been cool. But we didn't get that probably because titans didn't have the budget to do that. i mean. did you like what we saw. Cameron i. I was glad that we finally got to see it because here. It is season three episode eleven. And we just now got to see tamarind for the first time really and i like to see more. I agree with you. I'd like to see i like to. I wish we could have seen it sooner. Don't know why we didn't but we did. We didn't and It's that you have this tease from the past. But what about tamarind today. We don't get any. We have no inclination really apart for what black fire tells us about. What's really going on tamarin. And we don't know really if we can trust that she is probably another reliable in the reiter. I agree yeah. I think so all right anything else. No i guess souci where we go from here and what. The heck is with backfire. I assume the address. It's in episode. Twelve yeah he remains to be seen fourth and final topic. Here we go kids night. Wing versus super boy. L. crypto an red hood so.

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

05:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"This year Then tells the parents that you know once. Corey sister commander. The younger sister is born. Oh hey commanders. Got the power and my enter tells us year. Hey you can do mystic stuff so once you steal commanders power and put it in corey instead. You can do that right. You'll be a solid on that. And if i do that you know it's it comes with a price i don't care no care. Do this anyway. Trust me on this. We need this screw commander. So the ritual is performed and the powers swopped and at this point. Corey wakes up from her vision and she starts glowing blue which y blue. I have no idea in the comics. Pink was her energy color. I don't know we saw pink under commanders bed with super bowl. Why not bank. I don't know so she floats into the air. Like kinda gets all like i've got new powers now and max. That guy with a gun runs off corey. Blast him maybe killing him. We don't know and then she passes out. So what do you make of all that revelation. Why i mean why take okay. Yeah literally due to quotes the world's end w t f seriously big delay. all that out it just. I don't know one. Why does you know getting shot in the chest. Trigger a flashback. That's loss ever. And also i get your life flashing before your is still like we said. How can it baby remember that stuff. That asides as you have does she did. She have powers inside her all along that have now suddenly woken up because of having this vision every now she gets new powers reasons. We have to have it now. And i've asked myself. You could've even explain this like ages before even in season one of this is the origin of corey and now the decides to bring it up because reasons because it helps our narrative right. Now yeah man. It's like it's like we're doing this. The plot convenience here because we know that we kinda wrote ourselves in this little corner. Black fire stole corey's powers corey has no powers therefore we need to come up with a way to give corey some new powers and so that she can face off against her sister right presumably and speaking to which we have zero backfire in this we don't even know where the heck she is..

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

03:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"And what's inside and let me take a look at that to make sure everything's on the up and up titans i. I don't know the says these. I got this over mma garage sale dude. Those are supercomputers who's selling supercomputers garage all right so so to the writers credit here to stephanie coggins credit. They did think. Tim stole that equipment when he says he didn't. But yeah yeah. He's no in and he probably didn't. Because it's tim drake. I don't think he did but his parents naturally think that he did and just talk about being like really checked out from. Your kid had no clue what's going on. So so yes so the you know they they go through this and then the other thing is that because donna's there and talking about like hey You know we need to go. Like i need to get a hold of my team. Tim's parents get really angry. That tim hanging out with donna. For some reason they're just all it's like here she's trying to say look it's like the is very important You know there's something that could affect the city. There's you know in. Tim agrees with her. Tim's like yeah. You know we gotta listen to donna here. But his parents hearing all this just tune it completely out like i don't care how important it is. Why is my son being involved in all of this. So it's like day care more about what they think. Their son is up to then the actual crisis facing the city and i just went. I face paul my forehead with this. I'm just like smell. Are you kidding me with this am i alone. I mean did. I read that scene. No you you'd think that they would possibly you know you could even not had them go through that. That say it's hell they gave tim just okay they can say this conversation is over which i understand because he would like to ask your kids when the heck did you set up all this stuff and everything else like you said. Check their bills. Do you hear any weird noises coming from the right. Why's spending so much time in the storage room right. Well you know exactly. Here's a teenage boy. You know i yeah. I'm sure a lot of teenage boys would understand why tim might be in that room but maybe maybe his dad's justly malone honey alone. Trust me on this but teenage boy needs is private time little private bathroom time. Put that aside. I agree you'd think they would have looked at. The bigger picture of our city is going to helena. Handbasket very quickly. We might want to say. Okay we can table this conversation. Look what really matters. But no i like you said they are like the worst parents ever because they just want give their their some thick ear more than anything else. And that's what there's like more important things going on and all they care about is like okay you know. Why did you know what what did you build this like robin cave us go stuff. Yeah right like really now. This is what you're focused on. So donald tries to essentially focused everybody on their priorities..

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

02:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"You think his parents would notice the electric bill and you would think they would go okay so wiser electric bill. Five hundred dollars. Who's schooling dispute zone. Like where's where's this electricity coming from like. I just like really. Nobody's noticing why is electric also. Hire or you'd think there would be a drain every every time that you know. Tim's got his own little. You know robin wannabe robin cave. He's got his co. pads going on there. Yeah yeah a little bit. But but i mean but speaking of your family restaurant experience charles. Both you your dad and your mom knew exactly where all the ingredients when they probably had been into the area where everything was it. Wasn't you wouldn't get anyone in charge of that. Were you right. Yeah no no not exactly know. If you have a rule that's devoted to storing inventory and you would go in there regularly to get you know unless you had like just it was just a a secondary storage room that you didn't use all the time you're presumably going to be in there pretty regular basis. So how did they do not know this like. Oh it's downstairs. Maybe so therefore. Tim you go down there. We'll never go down there but you go down. There really is like you just like leave him to go. Get the inventory all the time every single day bring a restaurant oakland. Also if you're dealing with the rice which is technically a perishable goods. You're gonna want to check up on the right sinc- that's okay. The doesn't have weevils or anything like that. I mean you know yeah. Yeah unless you're like one of those restaurants on like restaurant impossible or something shows that i it kitchen. Yeah just one of those hell's kitchen or whatever you do that you have people that. Come in like gordon ramsay. That comes in and tells you you have a dirty restaurant and you need to clean it. I'm assuming as owners of the restaurants they would have the lay of the land. Exactly what's going on everywhere. Oh here's another one restaurant inspectors because men's often you've gotta have a food inspector. Come in to make sure everything's good and you know because there's like health codes and what the hell specter comes to the health. Inspector would wanna know where you're keeping your inventory.

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"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

05:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"dada" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Three with my wonderful co host my strange co host and all around delightful person with extremely spiky. Hair today dj. Nick how're you doing nick charles. I'm doing well. Yes i just had the trip to the headdresses and baba's i should say and yeah and so it was good to get back in there and take care of this main of mine and the. How is your hair stylist beetlejuice. Doing these days. I love that. Very speeders suspicious. Doing well you well. I was trying to hopefully go for the toll. Maha look which sad there wasn't able to pull went to you. Know let there be carnage so i was like i wanna go with somebody but sadly won't be kanobi. Tom hardy now unfortunately not. I would like to be tom hardy as well. You know. i'm short enough. Because he's not really a tall guy. So i think he's about my height it actually so i got that going for him but that's about it so I'm i'm doing great. I'm really excited. These episodes with you especially doom patrol of course but you know teams. We've got a lot to talk about again there as well. We kind of need to sit the titans writers in in a conference room once again and kind of give them a bit of a scolding. I'm afraid so we're trying to be nice because it trying to be positive about this show but but sometimes it's so hard it really is. I don't know about you nick. There's true when you're trying to defend the undefendable so negative about everything gets a little frustrating but here episode sixty eight. We're going to be discussing today. The call is coming from inside the house. Which is a title. I never thought was legit. So i was proven wrong on this one big time so kudos to the titans writers for finally using a proper title. It's more than two words long. Sally and then we're also be discussing dada patrol and that obviously follows the doom patrol format of taking one word or two and throwing patrol after it which is not very creative. Either so i'm not gonna let them off the hook either but titans for breaking out of their rut and doing an actual episode title proper one. Be discussing those today first and foremost nick. That was your general reaction about the calls coming from inside the house. Okay well as you mentioned we do tend to take the writers of titans task quite a bit and have done so and i don't think undeservedly because they have kind of deserved it. Let's be honest. I think this was. This was once again. A problematic episode. But i think it was the better one of some of the episodes that we have seen it phenomenal. No way it's goods. There were once again some questionable things that were done. But i think it's saving grace is the acting. Okay especially from. Vincent kartheiser who i think once again knocks out of the park again and your borough vinnie maker tyzzer. Did he cars. My brethren is. I think he's almost carrying this show. This show missed on his shoulders. You kind of makes me think of when you get big actors in mediocre movies and they kind of the saving grace of that film. It's kind of like idris. Elba in the in the second ghost rider film for example He's saving grace right. I or those kind of things..

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The Bright Side of the Serotonin Gene

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:45 min | 4 months ago

The Bright Side of the Serotonin Gene

"Why do some people get depressed under stress but not others. Many people have taken a stab at this question. But in two thousand and three psychologists abshalom caspi came upon a particularly eloquent answer. He and a team of researchers have been following a cohort of babies born in dunedin new zealand around nineteen seventy two. You may know it. As the dunedin multidisciplinary health and development study the one thousand and thirty seven children that took part in it have given us around three hundred papers on everything from heart disease to adhd but mainly. The study has focused on how the environment shapes a child's physical and mental health for years to come by the time of two thousand and three the human genome had just been mapped and talked to cassie was able to test. How a certain gene interacted with the environment to shape the development of depression that jane was the serotonin transporter gene also known as five. Hdtv slc success. Four or the cert. Gene we'll call it cert- in this podcast. The gene codes for the serotonin transporter which is a name. Implies helps transport serotonin back into the neuron. In the brain the gene comes in two major illegals a forms the short arm or esa salil and the long arm or l. Lille technically there is a third a some people have one of each eleo one s and one l. After dr caspi study they search. Jane would go on to be known as the gene for depression. but that's not exactly what he found dada caspi began by making a simple graph with all the data. He had gathered from the new zealanders on the bottom x. Xi's was a number of major life. Stressors they had been between h twenty one and twenty six and on the top. Y axis was the number of depressive. They endorsed when they were last interviewed at age. Twenty six as expected as the number of life stresses went up so did the number of depressive symptoms and the chance of a depressed episode an chance of a suicide attempt. Nothing surprising there. But then he split the sample into those with the short arm. S s cert- elliott and those with an long arm. The result was striking for people who experience no major stressors in their early twenties. The two groups had this same level of depression but as the number of stressors went up the level of depression worse too but only in the short arm s group. The long arms were unmoving. The level of depression did not rise even after four stressors. And we're not talking about everyday stressors like losing your wallet. These were big ones like getting fired from a job. Death of apparent becoming homeless

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Denis Valasek Tells Us What Voice Can (and Can't) Do Today

VOICE Global 2021

01:44 min | 4 months ago

Denis Valasek Tells Us What Voice Can (and Can't) Do Today

"Hello there who are you. Hello mona and hello everyone. My name is tennis version. i ever cofounder at. He had and cucolo expert for yugoslav. Stint nice to meet you. But why are you speaking on this topic. Because devi voice arcade herbie's of mine and this is a really nice way to combine them so grab some garner gets ready by the way. How come you are speaking. I am speaking thanks to talking heads from rosebud dada. Ai super kill. Where do you get from i. I would like to know what problems we will be discussing. Today they're two main points. I'd like this custody. The first one is voice is being totally overpowered in movies and tv series. We are talking like or on a supercomputer spaceships that fulfil every tasks text to speech is perfect speech to text as well. Nobody makes any mistakes in pronunciation. Everything is understood correctly when it's now it's huge problem to blocked so noteworthy we are experiencing today. This sets after analysts expectations in your minds of viewers of what voice can do today and as garcia problem and then on the complete other side of the spectrum we would waste can do today and dads being taken as a joke and some of the tv series in the movies were. It's been mostly portrayed at these things can do basically nothing and then why use them and that's obvious for our industry so let's talk about.

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"dada" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"dada" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Welcome soumare kaba chaka's where we talk. Buddhism in the fifth dimension buddha is someone who's awake within the matrix and co creating with divinity as a sole having a human experience. Each enlightened episode is dedicated to help you level up the energy field of your kaba you can manifest the parallel realities that fits the best version of you. This podcast is for entertainment purposes and does not necessarily reflect the views of the host or replaced any medical or legal advice. Now let's welcome your host author. Bond galls and her guest. Well can to another podcast. Episode of moore kaba chuck ras. I'm your host von galt and two day we talk about. What true spirituality is and how we can explore the final frontier of consciousness with yoga. Monk and a nanda margarita. Meditation teacher dada guna tannen. Nanda dada welcome to makamba chagas. Thank you Really happy to be with us. Yeah yeah there's so many different meditation techniques. And i've studied law mutation techniques and buddhism hinduism and others and i'm always fascinated that there's even more and i have not heard about a nanda Yet or have tried that one so we have a lot to discuss about the different ways in which humilitation meditation and connect to the to energy of consciousness within you and everybody else so before we get into that. Can you please tell us your story for how you got into this work. Okay well I've been meditating now for the last city. Years since ninety-one It's been thirty years. I was in initially. I was just a practitioner. Ellison to teacher and i am got into it because i was looking for a deeper meaning in life. I was I felt that life was superficial and meaningless without without going deeper into the question of what are we doing here. who who. Who am i really beyond what society has labeled Beyond blood had been brought up to the lady this mine sensitive so my sense of reality. I felt those deeper meaning to existence. And so i got into doing this. Meditation and i haven't looked Am as soon as i lent. I started practicing. And i've been practicing assumes so. How did you find this meditation. Was it offered in your your college or was this offered some wreck office. That you walk by those actually After lift after. I left colored. I was i was spending a lot of time just Reading a.

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"dada" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"dada" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"All right you guys stay with us here. On the northern kentucky spotlights the northern kentucky chamber advocates. For your business. It's what we do. Your chambers is the voice of legislative and issues kentucky's frankfort in washington. Dc advocacy is one of the main pillars chamber and it plays a critical role in promoting and supporting a vibrant far region and the hard-working chamber members and taxpayers. Your chamber is addressing key issues. That will celebrate business jobs and continued to position knowing as an economic driver. In the above advocating for your business. It's what we do. And welcome back to the northern kentucky. Spotlight made it through yet. Another day another podcast. Another winter storm headed our way Such as life in northern kentucky in february right right. yeah. I'm i'm telling you i'm ordering some of the barbecue. I need to get some of that for the weekend. Let me tell you right now. It's the bark. He looks delicious. It's the sides on tap. I looked at the menu. Brussels sprouts collard greens. And they are. I mean they look delicious. So i could just make a meal out of the side i would call it vegetarian but let's be fair. There's probably a fair amount of bacon and everyone into a great great stuff there and yet another wonderful Business coming out of the incubator kitchen. Here's a guest before to. Hey listen You've got some jobs here friends. I'd like to give a little bit of homework in. It's very simple. You subscribe if you're listening to a podcast you share if you're watching us on facebook or both we'll take both and Next week we wanted to join us. Because we've got christopher owens brahm taylor oswald. We're talking risk management. Now that that's a topic that you know it's something we all need to be aware of and specifically we're talking about how it has changed in the world of covid so all of that coming next week. Jeremy got a four days to figure it all out. Yes get got to get all the buttons pushed. Yes we will definitely want to thank c. g. title sponsor and see crew are digital sponsor. Without them we would not have a podcast. We would not have a live show on facebook so We wanna thank you very very much for all their help. And all that they do for us epa chamber. Absolutely thank you to ask you to you guys for watching and listening and we'll see you guys right back here next week on the northern kentucky spotlight..

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"dada" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"dada" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"Welcome to the northern kentucky spotlight. I'm katherine niro alongside. Jeremy saran the marketing and communications director for the northern kentucky chamber. Special guest coming up at a bit. Jerry how we doing this monday. We're doing great wednesday and all of those things you'd have enough right it's gonna snow but oh yeah now. Apparently that's happening tonight. So if you got a stay indoors what a great thing to do to listen to a podcast right. I want to thank our sponsors of course. Cg our title sponsor and secret consulting our digital sponsor for making the northern kentucky spotlight happen. You know goal here to share great news and we're doing that right now. Special guest. Jeremy yes today. We have tyler fry. Who's a week into being the vice president of the right and center. Congratulations thank you think. And we are lucky enough to have her as the chair of our employer. Best practices symposium. So she's here to tell us about this wonderful event that we have coming up So i get the the main detail win. Win is the amount. It is march tenth from eight. Am till twelve noon and we're doing it. Full virtual fully virtual zoom platform. And it's going to be great. Yup i keep. I keep asking you like. I don't know the answer these questions behind pulling the strings. Tell you tell us what's going to happen there. What are the things that that'll be covered in that time. Yeah so it's the thirty. Annual employer best practices symposium on in this year are seem as be a destination employer So we really are focusing on. What are the tools and best practices. That are gonna help. Employers in our region accelerate their ability to attract and retain talent accelerate their business model in. So we have a great Group of speakers national speakers and local speakers. That are really going to help. Elevate the tools that are employers are using so it starts with a panel in the morning. That's really gonna talk about what it means to be a destination employer and the ideas of how to create really good jobs for people And so those are two national speakers janus banik with the national fund for work solutions. Dr tom cocaine with mit sloan. who are gonna lift those topics up. Were thrilled to have them an another one of his key tools. That that you going to be talking about is Diversity inclusion and how that can help make your place a better company. And so you've got a panel for that as well and we're really happy to have local leaders talking about how they are boots on the ground and increasing their diversity equity inclusion efforts in their companies and so we have kristen's men voltaire from turner. Construction aluna cy from saint saint elizabeth healthcare Scott combs from canopy. And it's going to be moderated by dr danielle macdonald with n ku So were Excited to have them to have them but also to really talk about that as how it needs to be baked in embedded in our in our is rather than an addition on in so we think these employers are really going to be able to share the tools of how they've embedded in their workplaces thunder with those speakers. This year. i tell you sometimes there's a benefit to that virtual event. Because there's you know there's no. There's no other excuses right. Everybody can make it no matter where they are. How do we sign up and down wind. We need to sign up. He has so the early bird rate is through february fifteenth. and it's twenty five dollars for chamber members. So what a deal and forty dollars for future chamber members on you can go to mk chamber dot com and events and register and then after the early bird rate it's still is very affordable at forty dollars for chamber members and you get this continuing education credits with that as well. So that's a good deal for that. Thank you for saying that. Yes and hr see i for all of our human resource professionals. That really need those credits. Perfect thank you so much. And congratulations on the new position as well thank. You can't wait for that best practices. Something we've been talking about for so many so many months and this is a great opportunity for people to really learn firsthand. Thank you thank you. All right and jeremy that brings us to our headlines for the way in just a couple minutes we're gonna be talking with kevin pietersen from data smokes and i said this in the interview and i believe it wholeheartedly. To this moment this is one of those where i wish i could have been there in person like it just looking at the pictures of his food ridiculous of that's coming your way ahead but i didn't realize that you could order like meals like that like oh this is see not a not so not so secretive secret. It's meal prep and listen. You may think barbecue what i mean. Yeah sure there's something that may not be so happy but there's a lot of lean pork as lean pork so He talks about that and all kinds of great stuff. Coming up coming right. He's been talking about for better than i am so i'm going to let him do that. That's coming up just a bit Before we get to that though again we're gonna hit the headlines for you. What's happening kentucky this week and any headline list would not be complete without talking about cohen. And this is a really good thing that is happening. In that is northern kentucky got its very first regional. Covid vaccine center The governor announced four last week. Coming is one of them the northern kentucky convention center so the way it works. Is that you just as you would for any vaccine. You're going to call the number or the hotline the statewide hotline or there are some new ways. You can do it too so this is on. The regional center at the convention center is run under or operated via kroger health. So it's open thursday friday saturday ten to forces not all day everyday. It's a limited time because they're limited vaccines frankly so you can go to kroger dot com slash. Kobe backseat you. Can call one eight six six two one. Five three two zero or go to the north or the kentucky hotline phone number or kentucky website covid nineteen website to get all the information all of that information. Is there for you if you wanna vaccine and the best news in all of this. Just it's amazing to see the numbers. This time. Last week we were talking about twenty five thousand people vaccinated twin a thirty nine thousand people have been vaccinated already in northern kentucky and that includes seven thousand who've gotten that second shot so people looking for heard immunity. That's where it's gonna come from so looking for that looking forward to hearing more. We're getting there and in that I can't stress enough. How important that hotline is. You don't want to call the normal health department line because it just bogging their system down with phone calls and they don't have enough time in the day to return all those phone calls so that's why that hotline was created. Because we know that not everyone's gonna go to the internet so make sure that you use that hotline and not the health department's main number there The general assembly. They came back last week. It's a they return for what we're calling part two of the twenty twenty one Session a quit quickly went to work To try to override. The governor's veto The legislature legislators also took action on issues related to historical hate horse racing pension reform and Vaccinations were continued behind. Closed doors on the budget and legal liability protections for the businesses in the face of the pandemic as well so lots of work going on behind the scenes and a lot of movement on some of the things that we are really down there advocating for a week or virtually down there. Advocating.

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Healing a Child's Anger (a Powerful Success Story)

Janet Lansbury Podcast

04:27 min | 9 months ago

Healing a Child's Anger (a Powerful Success Story)

"Hi janet. I have a success story. That i wanted to write down for myself and then thought i should share this with janet. It was a textbook. Janet moment for me at a low point last january after my five year. Old boy hit my mom. I read no bad kids and started a deep shift in our family. That i'm incredibly grateful for. Thank you so much for your profound work since last january. I've read something of yours several times a week. Awkwardly trying your approach wondering if i was doing it right with small successes and some hopeless moments but today it all came together. I'd love to share that story with you. My son and i had a conflict yesterday that we didn't quite resolve. I still felt disconnected from him this morning. So after i had done some self care a workout and felt well resourced. I saw that he was driving by himself and i went over and sat next to him. My closeness started bringing up the feelings. I want space go away. I felt the doubt slip in. He's asking for space. Should i just give him space. But then i remembered that he was pushing me away when deep down he probably wanted to be close so i stayed there quietly and just looked at him with. Love is feelings started escalating which unexpectedly made me more confident. Leave me alone. Go over there. You never learned how to listen when you were a kid. You're so mean he screamed for dada to come save him from me. I let him scream. He ran around the yard. I calmly followed then. He tried to throw something at me. And i held his thrashing biting hitting bodies strongly and calmly. We were really in it now. He knows just what to say to knock my confidence. You're hurting my wrist. Me am i hurting him. I'm hot me. Is this cruel. I need space me. I've taught him to ask for space. And now i'm not giving it to him. You're listening to me me. My supposed to listen to him like this. This time i realized that's what was happening. And i leaned in instead of backing off. I held him as lightly as possible but was quick and ready to keep our bodies safe and carried on. I felt so clear about was happening. I trusted what was happening. The next layer came up. I don't like any of the christmas presents you gave me. I only love data. Not you i wanna kill you. I'm going to tell dotted to chop your head off with an axe. I hate you. I felt some of my own sadness. Well up and just allowed it. My eyes brimmed with tears. He made gagging noises and said he couldn't breathe. I trusted all of it and just let it flow up to this point. I had said very little. I'm going to stay close to you. I'm going to keep our bodies safe. I'm right here. I love you but here i added. I know this is so uncomfortable. I'm so proud of you. I felt inspired by the deep work. He was doing all those really scary feelings to come up. That's hard for me as an adult to do. And here's my now six year old really going for it. Wow now. I felt like his cheerleader. Then the intensity just past. He tied my shoelace in knots which felt like an acceptable and shifting expression of wanting to hurt me. I rubbed his back a bit. He was able to make eye contact with me. Is is were big soft pools. I told him. I loved him and he said i love you to kind of a couple more minutes. And then he was in my lap. I was kissing his face and neck and we excitedly set off to draw monster trucks together. I know we have a lot more of this to do together. But now i don't feel scared of it. I often brace myself for these sessions. But today i felt in my body what it feels like to welcome the messy and uncomfortable feelings to trust that they are good that he is good and that this is what really deep emotional healing looks like. Ps in our family we call this. Russia feelings. A wave because that's kind of what the energy feels like it's doing an ocean wave crashing to the shore. I love that. It doesn't have a negative association. I'm in a wave year in a way. It feels neutral. thanks again for all your clear wisdom. It's fun for me to be able to share how much it's affecting our little family

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Protect & Assist - An Interview with the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

Protect & Assist - An Interview with the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre

"As you've said, I hit the styling Sada security security center. Now am missions pretty. But it's also pretty simple. It's to Mike Strategy of the safest place to connect. Online and do business online and out at prime responsibilities really to protect old parts of the Australian economy from the beginning of business to government critical infrastructure provides small medium enterprise and individuals and. Families get on with life online, which as we know in Grad example is the way that wearing gauging today is an increasingly important very much. In Lock wise I agree with we wouldn't normally have reached out to you. So readily you've come from that mentioned a bit about your background you've been in the role to six months and you came from the National Bushfire. Recovery Center of go committee ought not to show that the Prophets Dada was, but you've come from a, is it across? into. What we obviously absurd at the same time as I saw across the. Up Tyke in Saada crime and saw active duty during covid nineteen has the right thanks I fire. I'm assuming you're Ri- You're enjoying it or you're funding it the challenge that was made to be it's I have to say the people that work here who mice distractions. made to ever speak to some of the most incredible human beings having encountered by in terms of their incredible. Personal drive towards that mission and really advancing Australia's interests but also the technical capability which is second to none. You. You mentioned I had come from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency, actually not a dissimilar function in the sense that you're trying to engage h very different sectors of of the community who've been affected by That's materialized and assist them to get back up on their fate again, actually to build resilience, it's just the context he's. Prior to that I was the head of the national. Security Division Prime Minister and Cabinet had some timing critical infrastructure. Yeah. In High McVeigh's and. Inaugural Chief Risk Officer for the Department of Homeland Phases Wales. Postings looking after Europe and sub Saharan Africa region it sounds like a WIG background but look the headline is this a love a good crisis? Could us a find that the same skill set? Of Translating. Deriving problems into their various segments responding to each one of ours always having a plan or campaign or or an operational approach assists in obviously having a a a defense background helps that way and and and of course, the May you quite rightly point out. I don't have a long technical history but. I said twenty million constituents across the economy. The vast majority of dying Ada semi bottom line is if I'd. It how customers and I think that kind of balance swelled.

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A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'

TIME's Top Stories

07:10 min | 1 year ago

A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'

"David Burns American Utopia is a grand and glorious plea for Human Connection. By Stephanie's a carrick. Sometimes to make art, you've got to build art to layer ideas, colors, values, and textures. Until you've shape, the thing that says what you want to say, David Burns American Utopia Spike, Lee's grand and glorious filmed record of the hit Broadway show of the same name coming to HBO October. Seventeenth is art that has been built a work of great joy inexpressive Nece Tower of song with room for everybody the music some numbers drawn from burns twenty eighteen album American utopia others from. His body of work with talking heads and one a cover of Janelle. Monet's two thousand, fifteen protests anthem hell you tom bowed feels fresh and familiar at once inclusive but also mildly explosive there's an urgency to it as if burn and his troupe of eleven, musicians and dancers were staking ground in a battle we shouldn't even have to fight the idea is that to survive to live in any meaningful way, we must stay connected. It's a principal so glaringly simple at its radical. Burn is an admittedly weird ambassador for the idea of connection. He isn't what you'd call a naturally warm presence at least not in Earth terms even at age sixty eight, he's still like an. Learning. The rules of the planet his awkwardness is his brand but his desire to connect is robust and had vitalize is everything that happens onstage during American Utopia. no-one initial has one job. The musicians are also dancers and singers. Their instruments are strapped to their bodies untethered to any bulky sound equipment, which leaves them free to move and dance around the stage in a series of elegantly orchestrated numbers with burn off at the center though sometimes lurking at the edges like living fringe of the proceedings, the choreography is by dance veteran antibeach Parson all the performers including burn where identical lunar grey suits and all are barefoot. The stage is bordered on three sides by a Shimmery chainlink curtain the grand scheme is. Simple yet never chilly. This is a setting a world where certain essential problems have been worked out creating the space and freedom to play, and so even the songs every longtime burn or talking heads Fan knows well, like this must be the place naive melody a moonlit cottage in ballad form or the Wrigley waggling noodle dance. Slippery people take on new shapes and new life between numbers burn addresses the audience directly spinning amusing tales about where these songs came from. He wrote is Zimba with its lyrics by German Dada poet. Hugo. Ball to respond to a challenge thrown down by his friend and collaborator Brian Eno or us to fulfil our civic responsibilities. He uses lighting trick to show how badly the citizenry is represented when only twenty percent of the population votes and as a prelude to the shows Shiver Inducing version of hell you tom about he explains that he asked Monet's permission before venturing to cover the Song Burns band here. Is racially mixed, but he himself is very, very white. No wonder he approached with caution but he and his band present the song and invocation written in two thousand fifteen for all of us to remember the names of murdered black citizens among them Eric Garner Trayvon. Martin and Amatil. With the synthesis of respect and bristling anger it demands. This number also represents one of the few times league cuts away from this show to flash larger than life portraits at the. Victims, often held by a family member on the screen. It's an act of boldness that works as for burn. He is as ever a wildly and captivating showman though his hair is now snowcap wide his dance moves in changed over the years he's still favors angular Turkey jerky movements like the folding and unfolding of corporate tres ruler, which are often mimicked to grand effect by the dancers around him. But as dazzling as he is, you can take your eyes off him. Than receding his fellow performers become dazzling planets in their own right sometimes, they'll face one another playing to each other even as they played a was other times they marched toward us, resolutely in groups or pairs as if to say, look at any of US individually or all of us at once you can't go wrong. Each performer's style is as distinctive as a fingerprint. There's the cool Tomboy Swagger of Guitarist Andrew Swan the kid next door jubilant of bassist bobby wooden as once in a lifetime rounds to its sublime peak percussion as Jack, Lena Salvato bursts through the Shimmery. Chain curtain with a clash of cymbals a human celebrate Ori- announcement Lee working with one of his regular collaborators cinematographer. Ellen Kuras doesn't just show us the action he too is part of its embrace. He's our stand in our fellow observer in awe though he has the advantage of wielding a camera at the close of the show as the performer snake through the crowd during a rapturous version of road to nowhere Lee turns his camera on the audience American Utopia ran from October two thousand nineteen to February twenty twenty at Broadway's Hudson. Theater, and is said to return to Broadway. Next September and we see it for what it is. This is a group of largely white middle aged people who came of age listening to talking heads as a bunch. They're far less diverse than the performers we've been watching onstage a you could argue that with American utopia burn is preaching to the choir that this is all just an exercise in self congratulatory white liberalism but that would be missing the point in one of his Inbetween Song riffs burn muses that there are lots of interesting things to look at in the world there are bicycles which he famously likes. Very Much Lee even shows him riding away from the show on one and beautiful sunsets and even a bag of potato chips can be visually beguiling but somehow we always comeback to human faces looking at people burn says that's the best American Utopia is about facing the person in front of you or next to you or standing behind you and doing the work of seeing to truly see a person is a kind of song and a world filled with those songs is the ideal to get started burning his troop have hummed a few bars. The rest is up to us.

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First night RNC ratings down

Steve Cochran

01:06 min | 1 year ago

First night RNC ratings down

"Night of the RNC or 15.84 Million. The DNC First night was 18.69 million. Why did your financial guest on the Wintrust business lunch? Give you some different numbers? Reading from The New York Post. Now ratings for the first night of the 2020. RNC trailed the Democrat opening festivities with far less people tuning into both the virtual celebrations and the TV versions Network, CBS, NBC ABC Fox News Etcetera, etcetera. Average 15.9 million on Monday. During the overlapping hour of GOP Dada Dada da That figures was 17% higher. For Night, one of the Democratic National Convention with Ju. Let's see here. So let me finish that sentence again Networks. Averaged 15.9 million viewers Monday night. During the overlapping our According to Nielsen figures. That figure was 17% higher for night, one of the Democratic national Convention. So the Democrats drew more than the Republicans on night. One. Although I guarantee

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DoJ gives Uber breach response one star

Risky Business

05:44 min | 1 year ago

DoJ gives Uber breach response one star

"Joe Sullivan the former chief security officer of has been charged with obstruction of justice. His fight yet with companies finding out to notify regulators about it's two thousand sixteen dodge. We covered this time. This was the story where you know a couple of hackers breach some systems over I think they they We're going off the individual employees, get accounts soffer. Then using that defined aws creates enough of things like that and then breaking into corporate environments, stealing some data and trying to ransom. And Yeah, this this pair of individuals went after Uber got a whole bunch of daughter out an an Uber Paid D'Amato quote unquote bounty to delete the daughter and said they do make. Legitimate stuff and we talked about it at the time and it was a little bit Kinda unclear exactly. How it unfolded. It was when we didn't see details about what happened until I think it was a year or two later was the change of leadership at Hoover. Then the details came out and yeah that's always been grinding its way through the Aj since then and yes, the guy finally charged. The people go pretty mixed opinions about about this 'cause. You Know Bug bounties and ransoming I'm being held hostage and all those things are they exist on a continuum I'm yeah and those little bit of wiggle on on on the spectrum. Well, there's a little bit of wiggle and then there's this happen here. And mean at the time I've gone back and I've listen to a two thousand seventeen report I actually had an uber supergrass feeding me Info on that one, right. So it was that was a report and it has actually held up pretty well. So what basically happened is that someone got into Esra bucket by as you say, you know targeting like a private get pulling a secret out and getting in there grabbed a whole bunch of data and then tried to shake down the company, and this is where it gets interesting because essentially what they did is they use that payment process. Well, this is what we reported in twenty seven. They use that pilot process to try to essentially docks the attack is now it looks from my reading of the DOJ complains it looks like they didn't actually successfully dachshund through that process, but we're able to a couple months later and I'm not sure if that's because they split the payments because I think they paid off up front and then off again but but look into the day was actually able to figure out the identity of the attack is they physically sent off to. Their their residents and made them sign about a bunch of documents and they retrieved the computers forensically a them and to prove that the data was gone but the point is like once that docs them there was no way. These guys were going to do anything with that data because they would be dimed immediately. Right. So that seems like a pretty good dot com. But where they really screwed up is they did not actually report this to regulate all the FBI end these went on to target companies, which is also something we reported. In, two thousand seventeen. Now, what makes this particularly egregious in the view? The DOJ is that Erba was in the middle of an F. T. C. investigation revolving around a twenty four fourteen data breach and the reason, the FCC. So Cranky, about this is that also involved accessing Dada in S. three buckets. So the DOJ is arguing that this was a cover up on the part of Yuba and when you read through the the complaints. The criminal complaints it looks like a reasonable argument eyesight look they prepared as for the attackers which got them to acknowledge that they never downloaded rubel Datta. When clearly they did further that one hundred thousand dollars was way more than they paid for any other bugs. We actually have some audio here from the US Attorney for the northern district of California. David Anderson Talking about the Sullivan indictment here he is Sullivan did not report the twenty sixteen hack after quired. Instead Sullivan Hid the twenty sixteen hack from the public and the FTC. Under Solvents Direction overpaid the twenty sixteen hackers one hundred thousand dollars in Bitcoin in return for promises not to tell anyone about their hack Sullivan disguised payment by calling it. A Bug bounty of bug bounty can be illegitimate means of compensating so-called white hat hacker who has discovered a security breach but has not exploited. It is not a bug bounty to pay a hacker who has taken your data and is threatening to expose it. Sullivan's desperation to hide the twenty sixteen hack is revealed by the size of a payment. The fact that it was paid to the hackers before he. Even learned of their true names. After the Twenty Sixteen Payment Sullivan reviewed and approved statements to the F. T. C. that failed to reveal the two thousand sixteen hack. When Uber hired new management in twenty seventeen Sullivan deceived them also in their guilty pleas the admitted to hacking other companies using similar techniques to those used in the Uber Hack If Sullivan had promptly reported the Uber Hack those other acts of those other companies may have been prevented at this point. My prediction is Joe. Sullivan's going to have a pretty hard time. Sydney win it's laid out like it is in the complaint does you know thous- look kind of compelling them and you can argue that the outcome that they that Yuba got you know for their customers data was perhaps in the end somewhat of success right? That didn't end up. On the underground somewhere. But yeah, laid out like it is it. It looks Kinda scammy. And Yeah I'm probably

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Augustines Teenage Coauthor

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Augustines Teenage Coauthor

"In three eighty, nine Augustine Co wrote a book called it the teacher. The title comes from a Text Matthew Chapter Twenty three verse. Ten. which reads for you have one instructor or one teacher. Christ. Augusta and said, this book discusses and inquires and discovers that there is no teacher who teaches men knowledge accept God. As, written in the Gospel and he quotes Matthew Chapter Twenty, three ten of course that is very significant the title of the Book and where it came from it's also significant that this book was written in three eighty nine. It was just three years after Agustin's conversion you remember his story, he leaves Hippo there north. Africa goes up to Rome goes to Milan is literally running away from God like Jona or the Prodigal son. But God catches him. In fact, God has been directing him and directing every step of his path straight to him and in three eighty, six in. Milan. He was converted and three, eighty eight he leaves Rome, and heads back to Carthage, and then onto the gassed and hippo in North Africa, and there he will serve for the rest of his life as bishop. But this is in three, eighty nine. It is early in his Christian time. So the title is significant the date is significant but what is really significant is that Augusta had a CO author for this book and this was not just any CO author. It was a teenager sixteen year old came along to help Augusta and write this book. And was not does any sixteen year old? It was his son at data's the teacher is a dialogue, a dialogue between father and son the father. Augusta and the Sun Addio data's his son's name literally means a gift from God dot to means Gift Day Oh of course God and awe is the preposition that means from. He too was converted right at the same time Augustine was, and they were also baptized by Ambrose there in Milan and audio Dada was baptized as he was turning fifteen he went with his father back to Carthage, and then in three eighty nine, they wrote this book together in the confessions. This is what Augusta says of it. There is a book of mine called the teacher which consists of a dialogue between Avocados and myself, and now Augustine who in the confessions rights most directly to God, and so he says, you know addressing God let all the ideas expressed by the second speaker in the discussion his. Although he was only sixteen when it took place and I learned for myself that he had many other talents, even more remarkable than this, his intelligence left me spellbound and who but you who but you? Could work such wonders is so here's a guston singing. The praises of his son at your data, and as they wrote this book together well in the Book Augusta. Talks about how we use words to communicate words are symbols, their signs, they signify things. Patio donnas comes to realize that words put us on the alert they make us ready to learn. But ultimately, the words we used to learn ultimately all that is sourced in God in Christ is our teacher well, then conclusion Augustine says this to no end to love him and his to know and to love God is the blessed life which all proclaimed that they are seeking but few have the joy of really finding that is to say all want the good life but only few find it. And that was Agustin's hope for his son Avocados. Well, sad to say that a year after this book, his son at Yoda's died in Augusta who was very sorrowful from this could at least take comfort in the fact that his son died in Christ and so a Guston was confident. His son Bodice was with God.

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Unable To Travel To Mecca, Muslim Community Holds Drive-Thru Hajj

Morning Edition

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Unable To Travel To Mecca, Muslim Community Holds Drive-Thru Hajj

"The hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. It is, of course, a year like no other in Saudi Arabia is limiting the annual pilgrimage just to people living inside the kingdom. It's a disappointment for many American Muslims who are planning to go from our member station. W M. You Daniella chess low reports on a community in Maryland that held a drive thru hodge instead. Loudspeakers blast prayers on a hot afternoon as Mona El Dada watches her 77 year old father. He's copying a ritual known as Walking around an eight foot tall black cube. That's a replica of the Kaaba shrine in Mecca. El Data tells him he's doing it wrong. No, daddy. The idea is that the car is actually going to do the show off Dr Hardy Ra Nama relents. He's done the really pilgrimage to Mecca three times. He remembers a sea of Muslims from all over the world, all wearing the same white clothes. And so nobody knows, but they pulled the rich whatever equality 100% and that is the beauty of today, Hondas and Tesla's drive around the Kaaba. It's not a substitute for the haj, which all Muslims must try to make in their lifetime. Mona El Dada is creative director at the next Wave Muslim Initiative, a group in Montgomery County, Maryland. The pandemic ruined her pilgrimage plans. So she suggested to her colleagues. How about a local version of Hajj by car? I was telling them it's it's kind kind of of like like the the way way that that in in the the wintertime, wintertime, there's there's Christmas Christmas light light shows shows and and all all you're you're doing doing is is kind kind of of looking looking out. out. From From your your window window At At Sandy. Spring Friends School, L Dada greets drivers moving along a short track. At one station, A boy in a green shirt leans out of a white minivan to throw pebbles at a cardboard pillar. That's to evoke another hajj ritual casting stones to drive out the devil. The boy introduces himself as yes, scene Y Es e and asked me was conned by kind of forgot His dad, Faisal Khan says he's been avoiding mosques because of the pandemic. He still wanted to teach his two boys about the holiday. Definitely much more safe car, not close, Tio bunch of people, So it's really nice what they what they did. Levee

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FBI to review Los Angeles deputy killing of 18-year-old shot in back

Love, Death, and Money

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

FBI to review Los Angeles deputy killing of 18-year-old shot in back

"The FBI says it will be reviewing the evidence and last month shooting death of an 18 year old man. You're Gardena by a sheriff's deputy and autopsy report says Andres Guardado was shot five times in the back. An attorney for the deputy who fired, the shot says or Dada was lying on the ground, but he reached for a gun is the deputy

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"dada" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"dada" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"When did it stop for you? When did you get the The bug as it were twenty fifteen? It was twenty eight. Fifteen five years five years ago. Yeah why don't you think about it like that? But yet I've been in the game is so what happened. I mean because you know was it. Was it like a Eureka moment because for many people they still don't understand what this whole thing was games about. Tell us a little bit in one of the things about Chris. Leads is really good at explaining simply finding so how would you simply explain this whole cryptocurrency space for people so I use Russian? Dole's right big rich Dole. The smaller one inside small on his side. Right so I have this little one two three that I put these together I say. Bitcoin cryptocurrencies and blockchain right. Those are the three big words thrown around. But the reason. I mentioned the Russian dolls and explaining to the SEC. He's like Bitcoin. The low one fits inside big Agricole cryptocurrency which fits inside a bigger calgary cold blockchain technology right so. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and cryptocurrencies puzzle because of blockchain technology right so that's the overview of how it all fit together so SA- bitcoin was the first the first example. A something that was digital that could not be copied. That's basically the revolutionary break-through. So if you think you know when all the file sharing networks came along the music labels lost their mind because you know. Cd's were great but then yet these CD copiers in your home pc see could copy albums but it was still you had to buy the disks and no one knew how to do it but when went digital it was an MP three file. You could just emailed you friends. That's the beauty of digital. Is that he just send a song across web. That's why streaming services so popular now is because it's convenient for the listener. Both the labels get to maintain control of the files right because before it was just a free for all wherever was sharing files everywhere. No one was paying for them. And that's because if something's digital you just copy a million times which means the song lost. Its value count. You can't sell it anymore. 'cause won't buys it. She has friends which is why you couldn't have digital money because if you got coin there's a digital file on your computer. You can make a million Kobe. Kobe scored and then it has no value. Because you can make an infinite number of gold right goes out. It's called in the ground therefore retains its value because of that. So that's that's the big takeaway is. Bitcoin was the first ever thing that was digital. That could not be copied. And that's how come it can be named digital money. It can be digital and it holds its value because he can't just copy and paste the Bitcoin so that was where it will began with that and everything exploded from that by well okay so it used to be really cheap like it used to be ridiculously cheap. We've said that every it was great in two thousand nine and add no value. Was you know didn't have a didn't have a price wasn't traded against anything so? Bitcoin is just to Bitcoin with just the bitcoin being passed around amongst in the inventors view like And it was just won't Bitcoin was being sent here there and everywhere until someone was willing to say you give the the Bitcoin. Now give you some. Us dollars at that point is it gets a price which is a an exchange rate and the famous story is the the first of actual transaction. Was someone on a discussion for said someone by me to Pepperoni pizzas and have them delivered to my house. And I'll send you ten thousand bitcoin so that was kind of like the pizza place. Took the dollars so would pay for the UK the twenty dollars for the pizzas delivered to my house when they go to live without. Send you the ten thousand bitcoin. Summer fest of Patches with Bitcoin. Ten Thousand Bitcoins petits and if that person still has those ten thousand bitcoins ads. Are you like less like how much they pay pieces? Cause Bitcoin might nights trading it nine thousand while human bitcoin and nine thousand dollars ten thousand bitcoin ninety I don't to night. How many million ninety million dollars now granted? You had to wait ten years because I was in two thousand nine so if if that pass and if obeyed ten dollars bitcoin sound them till twenty twenty. That twenty dollars would be ninety million and not have to pieces. God now that brings me onto the point because rolling with you. I mean you've you've enabled me to to to learn and what I've come to realize. Is that most people stay broke. We came just going to say it a case that most people stay broke because they just don't have vision in the sense that like you just talked about the pizza guy. I mean I've seen Things that you show me where you know. Bitcoin is concerned and there were forces at work that that trying to shake your hand to make if you're holding bitcoin. That will give you full snow and ideas about what's really happening. Trump took about the vision. Because unless you're very clear about and have an understanding of what this cryptocurrency weld is about. You'll give you you'll sell your. Bitcoin says the price goes down right so without takes. My mind is the rural of fads in the business world. Psycho Tony's Tony's doing Amazon FDA or Tony's doing shopper fire to property always doing internet modeling almost like almost like the passing fads. The they come and you make a bit of money from him and then they go. So or Tony's doing four x four x take instagram so disposable right and that that's fine but some people. I had a lot of people especially when it exploded in two thousand seventeen. We're talking about it like that. The language was on now. Now Tony's doing bitcoin like as if it's just the next thing like the next fad to play with until it comes and goes and that's that's how people have tried it because it was like it was hard because the price was absolute mental. And then when pretend to know melody be Blah. Last that fad passed in the pocket. And maybe for the reason you said which is unless you really understand what is about in a broader context. You will just pick it up like a fat and put it down and if the thing that got your attention was the price going from three thousand to twenty thousand. Well then you missing the whole game

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Interview With Chris Coney and Tony Dada

The Cryptoverse

07:30 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Chris Coney and Tony Dada

"When did it stop for you? When did you get the The bug as it were twenty fifteen? It was twenty eight. Fifteen five years five years ago. Yeah why don't you think about it like that? But yet I've been in the game is so what happened. I mean because you know was it. Was it like a Eureka moment because for many people they still don't understand what this whole thing was games about. Tell us a little bit in one of the things about Chris. Leads is really good at explaining simply finding so how would you simply explain this whole cryptocurrency space for people so I use Russian? Dole's right big rich Dole. The smaller one inside small on his side. Right so I have this little one two three that I put these together I say. Bitcoin cryptocurrencies and blockchain right. Those are the three big words thrown around. But the reason. I mentioned the Russian dolls and explaining to the SEC. He's like Bitcoin. The low one fits inside big Agricole cryptocurrency which fits inside a bigger calgary cold blockchain technology right so. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and cryptocurrencies puzzle because of blockchain technology right so that's the overview of how it all fit together so SA- bitcoin was the first the first example. A something that was digital that could not be copied. That's basically the revolutionary break-through. So if you think you know when all the file sharing networks came along the music labels lost their mind because you know. Cd's were great but then yet these CD copiers in your home pc see could copy albums but it was still you had to buy the disks and no one knew how to do it but when went digital it was an MP three file. You could just emailed you friends. That's the beauty of digital. Is that he just send a song across web. That's why streaming services so popular now is because it's convenient for the listener. Both the labels get to maintain control of the files right because before it was just a free for all wherever was sharing files everywhere. No one was paying for them. And that's because if something's digital you just copy a million times which means the song lost. Its value count. You can't sell it anymore. 'cause won't buys it. She has friends which is why you couldn't have digital money because if you got coin there's a digital file on your computer. You can make a million Kobe. Kobe scored and then it has no value. Because you can make an infinite number of gold right goes out. It's called in the ground therefore retains its value because of that. So that's that's the big takeaway is. Bitcoin was the first ever thing that was digital. That could not be copied. And that's how come it can be named digital money. It can be digital and it holds its value because he can't just copy and paste the Bitcoin so that was where it will began with that and everything exploded from that by well okay so it used to be really cheap like it used to be ridiculously cheap. We've said that every it was great in two thousand nine and add no value. Was you know didn't have a didn't have a price wasn't traded against anything so? Bitcoin is just to Bitcoin with just the bitcoin being passed around amongst in the inventors view like And it was just won't Bitcoin was being sent here there and everywhere until someone was willing to say you give the the Bitcoin. Now give you some. Us dollars at that point is it gets a price which is a an exchange rate and the famous story is the the first of actual transaction. Was someone on a discussion for said someone by me to Pepperoni pizzas and have them delivered to my house. And I'll send you ten thousand bitcoin so that was kind of like the pizza place. Took the dollars so would pay for the UK the twenty dollars for the pizzas delivered to my house when they go to live without. Send you the ten thousand bitcoin. Summer fest of Patches with Bitcoin. Ten Thousand Bitcoins petits and if that person still has those ten thousand bitcoins ads. Are you like less like how much they pay pieces? Cause Bitcoin might nights trading it nine thousand while human bitcoin and nine thousand dollars ten thousand bitcoin ninety I don't to night. How many million ninety million dollars now granted? You had to wait ten years because I was in two thousand nine so if if that pass and if obeyed ten dollars bitcoin sound them till twenty twenty. That twenty dollars would be ninety million and not have to pieces. God now that brings me onto the point because rolling with you. I mean you've you've enabled me to to to learn and what I've come to realize. Is that most people stay broke. We came just going to say it a case that most people stay broke because they just don't have vision in the sense that like you just talked about the pizza guy. I mean I've seen Things that you show me where you know. Bitcoin is concerned and there were forces at work that that trying to shake your hand to make if you're holding bitcoin. That will give you full snow and ideas about what's really happening. Trump took about the vision. Because unless you're very clear about and have an understanding of what this cryptocurrency weld is about. You'll give you you'll sell your. Bitcoin says the price goes down right so without takes. My mind is the rural of fads in the business world. Psycho Tony's Tony's doing Amazon FDA or Tony's doing shopper fire to property always doing internet modeling almost like almost like the passing fads. The they come and you make a bit of money from him and then they go. So or Tony's doing four x four x take instagram so disposable right and that that's fine but some people. I had a lot of people especially when it exploded in two thousand seventeen. We're talking about it like that. The language was on now. Now Tony's doing bitcoin like as if it's just the next thing like the next fad to play with until it comes and goes and that's that's how people have tried it because it was like it was hard because the price was absolute mental. And then when pretend to know melody be Blah. Last that fad passed in the pocket. And maybe for the reason you said which is unless you really understand what is about in a broader context. You will just pick it up like a fat and put it down and if the thing that got your attention was the price going from three thousand to twenty thousand. Well then you missing the whole game

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The Big PhD Pause - postgraduate students, COVID-19, and the next brain drain

Science Friction

07:05 min | 1 year ago

The Big PhD Pause - postgraduate students, COVID-19, and the next brain drain

"Across Australia graduate students are always on taught deadlines to deliver a major work of original research. But now they're all important. Experiments are suspended or hanging on a precipice locked out of their labs or unable to travel to their field research sites. Many of lost the part-time jobs that pay rent or feed their families and some now also wondering what the future is for jobs in science in a post pandemic world. Could this pandemic trigger a as next GEN? Brian drying something that people don't realize about a PhD is that it's very isolating. You're like your. I'm in an office with other people for sure but we're all working on very different things and very niche things. Yeah it's really hard to to not feel learn in this when you've got that initial stress the initial problems that come with doing a PhD and then you wack pandemic on top of this is really Problematic for most of us being in a PhD being so isolated in this line of research. Which is why we get into it. We want to be independent research. Is We want we? It's our own body of work you know it's professional but it's personal and emotional. It's this thing that you divide basically three or more years of your life to and the idea of more isolation. I wasn't immediately helming but as as the month of gone on it's been it's been quite difficult. Scientists get this ID. We have the stereotype of being quite stoic and emotionally removed. It comes from the idea that we the work that we do is at. Its core unbiased survey of the world around us. Become at anything bias. What you're observing. What you're experimenting on So in creating a dialogue around it being okay to tell people what. You're feeling personally without letting gory. This old preconceived notion that talk about your feelings as a scientist today passionate young scientists open up it is a well established fact that went into PhD Students. Experience distress and one in three are at risk of a common psychiatric disorder. The focus the hours a PhD demands a damn hard at the based times. But how are post Grad students holding up in this pandemic and what Judy of k? Do strutting universities and the Australian government have to support them. I stepping up really daunting and obviously now during this pandemic when there's a lot of uncertainty facing aspect dot mental health issues just getting worse Ramana Ri- abuse of each is doing her. Phd At Curtin University investigating molecular mechanisms of aggressive pancreatic cancer to help develop more effective treatments like many students who crucial lab experiments have been halted but she also has the needs of the entire nations post. Grad students on her plate as national president of the Council of a strategy and Postgraduate Associations. Capa but I cannot believe that I inherited the Cup national president's position during a global pandemic. Got It thinking. Forty Years COUPLA existing. They has ever been a pandemic like this. They're doing pay is not like an Undergrad degree. It's MOLUCCA A job. It's the crucial foundation for your career. In Science. In fact it's the stage when many Nobel Prize winners of done some of their k. Work but this pandemic is already forcing Grad students to make really tough urgent choices. The thumbs students have already withdrawn and as a result some international students have already gone back. Herm other students Yet is T-o-n how long this situation will continue. We have a situation now. graduate Looking at what's enough or day. Students circumstances are so different depending on the project. They're doing what they're up to in the three and a half years I've got to finish. Universities are really going to need to respond to this crisis case by case Taylor roads and I'm a third year each student at Latrobe University. And I'm doing my PhD. In a lab that focuses on Christie says over blindness which is a neglected tropical disease caused by a worm. Basically this illness is found in sub Saharan Africa and it can lead to blindness in its worst kind of bombs. Epilepsy developmental delays. It's really a bad thing to how high low is genetically analyzing samples of the parasitic worm. Take him from African communities to understand its evolution and spray it we found the transmission radius is actually a lot larger than what the W. H. Pat originally hypothesized answer. L. Analysis is kind of informing the carrying out of Mass Drug Administration throughout Africa and all these areas to actually eradicate the worm or even control it. What is this pandemic donning? In terms of what you can and can't do. Now I would have been sequencing more ones to get at bigger sample size for some of the analysis. I want to publish at least in the state of Victoria we on able to go into a facility and US out lab facilities. My University universities very strict on this. Or you have to prove that the work you're doing is absolutely essential. Anton sensitive in my work doesn't come under the umbrella. Sir. I'm not able to access the lab and I'm not able to access my computer in the office but I have my laptop at home with me so I'm able to do some work on that right now. I'm just coming through the daughter. I already have and seeing. What kind of story I can make with that Dada? I've it in a publication which is your pending. More daughter Nell yes. I'm Kinda just trying to fill time with whatever I can do. That will be somewhat productive. But I wasn't the merced affected by this. There are people who were on a really long time course. Experiments with moral animals hats euthanize. All the animals basically just pick up and pack up and Gar in the middle of a three months costs which would have been terrible sir trying to keep my inconvenience in. Context

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Interview With Email Marketing Expert Allan Ngo

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Email Marketing Expert Allan Ngo

"Welcome to the shot. A thank you for having me count. It's an honor. Do quickview. Now look to ask you. How do you know that about a mile right so yeah? It's not the sexy topic. I know whenever they care in their country in the Philippines. Like when they're there are workshops. It's always about social media so on and so forth instagram. Thraw yet so whenever when I got on the top before and I was introduced. People told me like after the ones speaking before me was talking about social media and when he introduced me he told me he felt everyone that we're going back in time and talk about Ebay Dry. Hit you check out like orbs in other use Sites business sites still stayed at email is one of the best if not you best Converting that forms for sales. So it's not be something that's often discussed. Whenever I get the chance to talk about it so I go into like opens deliverability storytelling. So that's where that's where I like the two point conversation too and yeah. That's how I knew about it and let me ask you. How did you get into you'll spice to ask my experts that interview you and ahead of they get to wait? I oxidise Just a couple minutes. Let's let's see the Allen Story. Sure sure so. I definitely did grow up panic do this because I grew up before the Internet landlines and everything payphones so now. Nobody calls each other. It's all to be a messenger. So it's definitely by accident in a nutshell. I basically had like a quarter life crisis. So I kind of had failed franchise business before I was burnt out by my corporate job so I was kind of a leader. Both as an employee an awesome entrepreneurs. Though I didn't know where to to go there was a time when I got stressed out. Applied for a scholarship and never got accepted scholarship before and I think fade. I got in and after a year kind of like discovering myself. I came by as unemployed. Basically I was unemployed when they came back and I was looking for jobs on the Internet and eventually online. Most of the time Type into magic words like make money on law is That's where I got into. Owed s before it now. It's upper so I got my start in freelancing and since we do have a family business after that project ended it. I kind of got the idea. Well it's true that I can earn online so while working at our family business I was dabbling online started blogging in eventually doing everything blogging. Social Media Marketing. But I noticed that email marketing really rare. I got the most sales or the least work so I got my start with affiliate marketing. I want some competition in marketing. People got interested how I won because I didn't have any social media following at all. So that's been people were asking me how I did it. And that's how he started teaching email marketing and doing it for scientists. Yeah that's great. Thank you very much for that. Allan now you made a very good point when I asked you about noting at about emails and that was you know people. I don't know if it's the right would or the right phrase but people looking at email is the second cousin polle cousin of social media and when it comes to marketing and you made the very important and quite true distinction that statistically based on Research Dada that it's still closing mole siles than social media. Would you say that? That's even the case tonight with things like in a facebook chat in you know in automation and things like that saying to be more You know bells and whistles and more attractive for the entrepreneurs to flight with. Yeah so far from what I've seen that it's still like one of the best ways to convert. I think a lot of it at the end of the day. It's about what we do online. It's basically mitigating what how do sales off line. It's all about trust connection in. We are just using these platforms through kind of grow that exponentially expand our each so. I wouldn't say that perhaps a fifth years that's still the case but I think being opened my even if I do emails open minded as well as other platforms because if you have your purpose of what why you're doing your business than you will find attack firms that will deliver that message and I think in my case for emails. It's still like very personal. Like in my talks. I would say that I would ask. People like survey them. They who here has facebook instagram to her. Then different peoples different people raise their hands but I would tell them like everyone. Even whatever platform you're on there's one thing in common is just your email address so it's kind of your digital DNA. I it's almost like a digital fingerprint. Isn't it right exactly exactly so if you ignore email it's like you're ignoring basically everyone else site other than those in your platform so for me. It's like building on your own land in business I gets. You always want to act as your own property as much as possible because if you're ending your dog raise the prices in your business. Anti-business is address. Which is kind of like? If you build your entire business on social you're basically renting on Mark Zuckerberg's property which is which is fraught with Dina. Isn't that right? Exactly exactly so emas kind of like in many ways. You're safe zone right. It's actually obeyed. Safeway to do Your Business and again moved tat forums that firms come and go but email has been here. I would offend kid. That like tick tock would be like the cool kid and email would be like the awkward uncle who tells jokes hit the button. He is still like the reliable. Always there and it's I think what I like about email so it's like it allows for an intimate conversation because there's no notification coming in while you're reading so I think that's where the connection happens in. That's where be go. Get a few seconds of peace reading your message and getting connected so I painted. That's appeal of email and and you do email marketing quite differently though. Alan marketing in his email marketing. You actually have a storytelling element. You quite uniquely. So can you share a little bit more about storytelling right? So basically when you think of like the movie industry like Hollywood. It's entirely just based on starring dining because man every commend. You don't necessarily get anything out of it outside of the enjoyment of Of the story and I even watch this video recently about people on their APPs and they would purchase that purchase For example they have a tool like a knife and they would just purchase. Thank a Brad. Maybe add supreme on their virtual night. They'd spend like fifty dollars just to get it and it just goes to show that people don't people buy because of emotion they want to get that extra Avatar to call all the other virtual tires e Game Sayers and at the end of the day. The best way to do tap on that emotion is through stories How if a person sees that you that snazzy supreme knife it tells a story that you're you're in your part of the Co kids and that's eventually what what we're aiming

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Ripening Your Cervix for Labor

Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Ripening Your Cervix for Labor

"Everybody it's can for here from otherwise and welcome welcome to another. We've been up podcast this little many women that we talk about tonight. The topic is all bat. How to help help your Subic's become really soft and ripe really dilating when you go into Labor? Sorry look these. His secrets have been used for thousands of years. meaning that midwives since don't time have been helping women with with elections in potions and things to help a woman's civics Dada tight. Civic says that opening of the word so we knew it pregnant you. You'LL SUV as long and feminine. It sort of feels like the tip of your eyes and by the time that it's soft and ripe in really to actually type into during Labor it soft and stretchy it feels like Hewlett ups so their prices is These are some Products out there that you can get now. I'm not here. I'm formally endorsing them because I'm not an actor pet so what I'm doing. His is passing you on some hemp and types from my experience over years and years of being on the coalface in the front line and and seeing how they do positively A woman's selects. So you still need to do your own highway and find out. Your things are make sure that you're we're happy and speak with your local naturopathic medical hubris tiny I pay acupuncturist subtract. I would. He's tight to necessarily talk about metro pathy to a medical doctor and least trained nature faker. Otherwise you're asking them their opinion on something donate surely his full training on are kite so these basically areas of your things that you can do that ripen a civics and in things that you can do when you hit thank civics that can maitre you to go into actual like that. So I'm GonNa go into these old. I love deep a lot of Deepak If we and my mother wise and a super great my masterclass and this is part of my senior vice. Ix per game where people pay a weekly or monthly subscription to get access to my huge online two-night library twenty seven. Plus all of my full length with Anna's NAUSEAM podcast End Our weekly live. Check where we can. I can answer any particular questions. Sorry it's another thing that you might WanNa think about during and hand. I'll put the link on a coming on the bottom of this so you can check it out if you wish okay so anyway. It's just one through these quickly and you can knock some of these up yourself office without so fiercely. Nature's sunshine is a brain that produce product code find W which stands for five weeks And you take it in the last five weeks if you'll pregnancy it's full of HIPSTER figures for a long long long long long time. Lots of European hips primarily a really wonderful to help ripen a Subic's and you take it from its cold five W. because he's take the last five weeks and said it's from city five weeks and so get some new product and these also they Emeka Mak- six fifty six cold evening primrose oil and that comes in thousand milligram capsules and you can take that early early and finally sorry. I'm always great to be taking in those last few weeks outside really from fifty seven weeks on what's with that and you can puck a little hole in them and When you go to bed shoved went up to the very Beckham? Have you ever China. Which is where you'll save excess and Lee your suv kind of drown and evening primrose oil night because it as his a a natural sort of Defeat of helping to ripen the accent the actual kind of goes out. Typically when you go for way in the morning yes yes I think he's a really good things to be during now seeks as good to help them to ripen a civics at because it contains male ejaculate it contains prostaglandins and then the other things that are really good a your reflexologist et hymie apathy particularly con- Afam and Somme Amis So what tiny open. Faith I sort of team to have shortened names which people know about said it's one called that spouts a U. L. and another one that spout. Say I M ICEE and those can be great little tinctures to be taking swell and again it would be good to be speaking to your own. Naturopathy homeopath a pat. Trust refixed holiday season in. Look the one thing I would say is do everything. You WanNa get obsessed with ripening your civics because the ripe it the civics x the shorter the lighter and the shosha Elijah the crooked the in the quicker the much lower chance that you're going to need a heaping keeping labels of paint Al Jazeera epidurals which have dramatic high risk factors into the into the base. So tonight that the more normal waking thanks then the least chance your baby is going to habit traumatic with dramatic vice. I'm delivery by agency agency Caesarian or Megyn space. I'm volunteers so forceps which the common common outcome of

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The 5G evolution in australia

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:51 min | 2 years ago

The 5G evolution in australia

"At least not yet. But within twelve months, the role at should see up to thirty five cities across Australia. Hooked up the find out more, we're joined by Alex Hora from whistle out dot com. Dada you party is the next major.

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"dada" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dada" Discussed on WTVN

"See such a delicious delightful. Little souls is she's incredibly funny, but she's also curious and she's so confident, and she so she loves us so much if she comes home every day with like connotes from school and pictures that she's drawn and they just say, mama. Dada. And over and over she writes, these three words all the time. I I can't I save some of them not all she knows is most of the out because I'm a monster. But I can't help. But notice how many times she writes, mama. Dada. 'cause I always thought that I'd have three children, and I have one, but we are this unit of three I think that power that I feel she feels that in a heart to every time. I see her right? Those three words if just breaks apart she's full of life lights up room. I don't think there's anyone who's around. You can't you can't help but smile with her. And I think that's true. Little kid because he's feel different about her where you don't have to plant activities with their. She's just nuts. She'll just do anything jokes. Even though she's five years old eighteen or nineteen that she says to you and we've gotten it from a lot of other people to stay. She's just she's a lot of fun to be around in our family. She just brings a lot of joy. Last year..

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The best and worst places to be a woman in Canada

The Big Story

04:00 min | 2 years ago

The best and worst places to be a woman in Canada

"Today is International Women's Day global Dave reflection on the hard-won rights now enjoyed by the quote, unquote, fairer sex days. Also, a reminder to keep fighting on behalf of the women and girls round the world who don't get to enjoy a lot of those rights just yet Canada, if a pretty good the least compared to a lot of those other countries, but was sharing perfect women are still disproportionately affected by poverty. Racialist indigenous trans disabled women face far greater risk of sexual violence and barriers to employment than white women. Women in rural areas have to jump through all the hoops, if they need to get an abortion. No life is not all roses for women in Canada. Despite having a feminist prime minister who might not be having the best International Women's Day of his time in office. We know about this persistent inequality, thanks in part to an annual yardstick that measures the gender gap between the lives of women and men in this country since two thousand fourteen the Canadian centre for policy alternatives has published the best and worst places to be a woman in Canada. The report their fifth out this week. It's a snapshot of the differences in economic impersonal security education, health and representational leadership. Roles for women twenty six cities across this country. I'm Sarah bows, vowed sitting in for Jordan Rawlings on International Women's Day. This is the big story to chat about the findings of this report into also just reflect on that general idea of quality of life for Canadian women right now, I'm joined by Maclean's columnists and senior writer and Kingston Haim being here. Sarah good to be here at love to start by talking about the creator of this report and honoring her came back and turf. So brilliant, feminist economists you and I both knew she passed away last summer of cancer. She's forty nine years old. What can you tell us about her vision for this report why she sort of created it to begin with Kate? Yes. It was she was the genius architect of this report. And it had a couple of functions. I as I understand them as she told me about them, obviously, it's to to gauge the fact that wage inequity exists in Canada. And also that it exists equally. She also wanted to highlight. certain, you know, certain metrics by which we could see improvement or sort of see ground level local involvement in certain issues. So for instance, they're five measures. They include health include security things like intimate partner violence, really important, measurements police responses wage inequities and whatnot. So so it was a way to take kind of a snapshot of the country, and but more importantly for her. It was a platform for conversation and one of the her sort of focuses was the importance of local community were and women women's organizations. She firmly believed that you know, sort of investing in women's organizations was a great sort of gateway to better equity between the genders. So that this is a wonderful report because it allows, you know, people in Windsor people in got no or Vancouver. Wherever to sort of use the data that is collected and use it to. Advocate, use it to discuss things with their own governments. It's it's so it's a tool very practical tool as well. So as feminist to can, you know, and you've written a lot on data in this country and the lack thereof to she was really big on. Let's get some real numbers here. Let's crunch. Let's like show how gender equality inequality affects us day to day Lutely, but the other part of that is also showing where we don't have the information. I mean, you look at something like, Robin doodles. Series. The you know, the fact is that you know, you have to drill into these numbers. So we're increasingly learning. I mean Kate was again a pioneer in. This regard in that respect even though it was only twenty fourteen the importance of Dada to make these measurements. And what data we should be looking at and what data's missing what do you think?

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"dada" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dada" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Out all down going be only then he vomited. Don't exercise before you do and adds that'd be the lesson there. That's what I learned that day. You hit it very well. I don't think anybody even caught on. I try not to exercise within a day of doing our ads. And then we do an ad every day. So a couple of tech stories for you. I I was unaware of this website until a couple listeners said, hey, you guys ought to get on gab. Dada. I it's a conservative alternative to Twitter. And I thought, wow, okay. That's interesting. I was unaware, and I've looked into it. And according to now, this is a conservative website. But. Google the Google apps store recently decided to crack down on its hate speech policy, and they were suspended. They suspended and removed gab dot AI on September the ninth from the Google play store again they've done it before. That's because according to Google the app violated, the hate speech policy, and while side has some questionable users gab dot is focused on allowing freedom of speech on his platform is the second version of the app that the site is launched. They say they have a global filter on hate speech words, and in fact, then I hate speech word, I have the list stay with us. If you lack in hate speech vocabulary. I've got some good ones for you. I hate hate speech..

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News in Brief 26 December 2018

UN News

03:18 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 26 December 2018

"This is the Newton brief from the United Nations the United Nations peace mission in Afghanistan. Nama has condemned. The terrorist attack Monday in the nation's capital Kabul in area heavily populated by civilians. According to media reports at least forty people are said to have died and many more were injured during the suicide and Bombeck retargeted a government building. Dada. Msci Yamamoto the head of the UN mission underscored that there was no justification whatsoever for such attacks. These attacks cause untold human suffering to Afghan families. He said stressing that the UN continues to stand in solidarity with all of Khan's. He added that the organization remains committed to an Afghan led peace process that will end the ongoing war and enable the government to allocate more resources to protect all citizens from such tragedies. You in children's fund UNICEF has stepped up efforts to help families affected by the devastating soon. Army that hit the Indonesian coast around the Sunda strait between the two main islands of Java and Matra on Saturday. Unicef is providing bednets school sanitation kits which includes towel soap buckets and sanitary pads as well as technical assistance on nutrition and child protection following the disaster. According to the UN releasing orcher based on government figures, four hundred thirty people have died one thousand four hundred ninety five injured and one hundred forty nine missing as of Wednesday, an estimated twenty two thousand people have been displaced Indonesia's meteorological agency has warned that a new soon. Nami could be triggered by the Anak Krakatau volcano, Versailles Smick activities caused undersea landslides that led to the disaster. Authorities are alerting people to stay up to one kilometer away from coastal areas. The UN and humanitarian partners have offered to support the government led response and are enclosed communication with national. Authorities to fully understand the situation in the affected areas and provide whatever help is needed. Veterans Day also marks fourteen years since the deadly twenty six December Indian Ocean. So NAMI one of the worst disasters in modern history that claimed over two hundred thirty thousand lives in fourteen countries with Indonesia being the hardest hit the UN support mission in Libya. Unfamiliar has condemned used as terrorist attack on the nation's foreign ministry in Tripoli. In a statement, the mission expressed its deepest condolences to the family of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to the injured, it reaffirmed that attacks on state institutions constitutes an attack on all Libyan's, the San salami the head of UN's animal denounced, the attack underscoring that terrorism will not try them over the le'veon's decision to move forward towards building their state and announcing violence, we will not accept any attack on a state institution, especially one committed by a terrorist group. He added according to media reports the terrorist group Aycell claimed responsibility for the attack following the. Attack salami contacted the government of national accord to denounce the terrorist attack offered his condolences and call on them to announce the protection of public institutions feeble Mishra United Nations.

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How does the public Venmo API pose a threat for users?

Chips with Everything

04:34 min | 3 years ago

How does the public Venmo API pose a threat for users?

"Of your data that you give to them? Then do you lose your cards that tokens in this case uses can then use their challenge cards? So the challenge cards, let them know what information they can give them. What information they're trying to save? So they can. Build up this kind of immunity if we look at the digital translation, this means turning on an adblocker or switching on your privacy settings. So for the game, you could use these stickers that you'd find in the funny pack to indicate to the tracker that you've blocked certain Dada. Oh, okay. Interesting. So is that like a winner and a loser in this game? It was funny because Hong explained that the winning tracker just shot out of the gates because a lot of people didn't know the rules that much or the strategies in how to navigate this game. A lot of people didn't care about the immunities that much this particular tracker went I'll go straight to them get their information quickly, and then they can deal with the repercussions after I just find that fascinating.

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