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A highlight from The Creator Brand Archetype
"Hello and welcome to the Tech Postcat, today we are going to talk about a brand archetype where we will explore the psychology beyond branding and marketing. I'm your host Jules César and today we are going to talk about one of my favorite brand archetypes, the Traitor. The Traitor brand archetype is all about innovation and creativity, you want to treat something new and valuable that express their vision, they are often non -conformist, peonious and visionaries. Their challenge is to avoid professionalism and self -doubt that can hinder their Traitor process. Some of the examples of the Traitor brand are Adobe, logo and Apple, these brands are known for their originality, quality and design and inspire their customers to unleash their own creativity and imagination. So, how do you know if your brand is a Traitor and how can you use this archetype to build a strong and authentic brand identity? The first thing you need to know about the Traitor brand archetype is that they have a clear purpose to treat something meaningful in the letting, they are not motivated by morning or fame but they have passion and vision. The Traitor brand archetype is based on the psychological need for self -expression and fulfillment. They believe that everyone has the potential to treat something amazing and they want to help them achieve that. The Traitor brand archetype value innovation, originality, quality, design and aesthetic. They are always looking for a new way to improve their products or services and they are not afraid to experiment and take risks. The Traitor brand archetype appeals to customers who are also Traitor, curious and ambitious. They want to be inspired by the brand they buy from and they want to feel like they are a part of something bigger than themselves. Some of the benefits of being a Traitor brand are, you can stand out from the competition by offering something unique and valuable, you can build a loyal fan base who are pressing your work and share your vision, you can attract talented employees who share your passion and creativity. Some of the challenges of being a Traitor brand are, you might face criticism or rejection from people who don't understand or appreciate your ideas, you might struggle with professional business or self -doubt that can prevent you from finishing or launching your project, you might have difficulty balancing your Traitor vision with the practical aspect of running a business. So how can you use the Traitor brand archetype to communicate your message and connecting your audience to hear something? Your story is telling to showcase your vision and value, tell your audience what you do what you do, how you do it and what impact you want to make. Use visual to express your personality and style to use color, font, images, logos and icons that reflect your identity and appeal to your mark, target matter. Use testimonials and reviews to demonstrate your credibility and quality. Show your audience how your project or service have helped other people achieve their goals or solved their own problem. Use social media to engage with your community and showcase your behind the scenes process. Share your insights, tips, challenges and successes. Your followers are invited to join your conversation. To illustrate how a Traitor brand archetype works in action, let's look at some examples of successful Traitor brands and what we can learn from them. One of the most iconic Traitor brands is Apple. Apple is known for its innovative and elegant products such as the iPhone, the iPod, the Mac and the Apple Watch. Apple's slogans seem different, capture its essence as a Traitor brand that challenges its touch probe and inspires its customers to do the same. Apple founder Steve Jobs was a visionary leader who embodied the Traitor archetype. He once said, the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do. Jobs has a clear vision of what you want to trade and how you want to impact the world. Apple brand identity is consistent across all its touchpoints, from its minimalist logo to its late design to its user -friendly interface. Apple brand voice is confident, friendly and aspirational. Apple brand story is compelling as it shows how it started from a garage and became one of the most valuable companies in the world. Some of the lessons we can learn from Apple are, have a clear and bold vision that guides your decision and action. Focus on the quality and design of a quantity and price, trade to product and services that are easy to use and enjoyable to experience. Be willing to challenge the norms and expectations of your industry and audience. Another example of a Traitor brand is Lego. Lego is a toy company that produces a toy -locking plastic brick that can be used to build anything from a car to a castle to a robot. Lego's mission is to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow. Lego brand's name comes from the Danish word leit -gart, which means play well. Lego's slogan, only the best is good and not, reflects its commitment to quality and excellence. Lego's logo, the red square with white letter, is simple and recognizable. Lego's brand intensity is playful, colorful and fun. Lego brand voice is friendly, enthusiastic and encouraging. Lego's brand story is inspiring as it shows how it started from a small capital workshop and became one of the most popular toy brands in the world. Some of the lessons we can learn from Lego are encourage creativity and imagination in your customers and employees. Offer variety and customization options to suit different preferences and needs. Trade products and services that are fun and engaging for all ages. Be adaptable and responsive to changing trends and demand. That's all for today's episode of the Brand Archetype on the Tech Podcast. I hope you enjoy learning about the three term brand archetype and how you can use it to treat a powerful and meaningful and authentic brand identity. If you like this episode, please leave a review on Spotify platform and share it with your friends. You can also follow me on Twitter, made of business, for more tips and insights on branding and marketing. Thank you for listening and until next time, keep trading. Thank you. I'll see you in the next video.
A highlight from Jack Wagner
"Folks, welcome to the Eric Metaxas show, sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit legacypminvestments .com. That's legacypminvestments .com. Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to listen to a man of grace, sophistication, integrity, and whimsy? Well, so are we. But until such a man shows up, please welcome Eric Metaxas. Hey there, folks, welcome to the program. Hey, Chris Himes, are you there? I am. I am. Where are you? Well, I'm at home, but my background green screen is a studio in the city, so I'm both clever, tricky and deceptive of you. I am in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Michigan. I used to come to Grand Rapids a lot, but I think the last few years have been so crazy. In any event, I'm here for an event tonight at Cornerstone University, which is a wonderful Christian university. I actually did not know of it, and I was shocked once I realized how big it is, how amazing it is, how they are holding the line the way a lot of Christian universities like Wheaton are not holding the line like it's it's really encouraging when you meet some good guys. So Cornerstone University here in Grand Rapids, there's a big event tonight. It's kind of a big deal of eleven hundred people. And we're talking about the future of the church from my perspective in America, the future of the church. And and I let's see tomorrow I fly to Dallas where I have an event Christ for the Nations, a big event on Saturday night. Then I fly to San Antonio, which Texas is so big that you could not walk or take a bus. You got to get on a plane to go from Dallas to San Antonio. And then so there's a wonderful pregnancy gala event, pregnancy center gala event in San Antonio. And then I'm flying back to Dallas for the Socrates in the city stuff that's going to be at the Fort Worth Club that is totally sold out. Amazing. So a lot of stuff ahead. We are doing a fun way to cut you off, but I can't to compare you to to Taylor Swift in so many ways. You're you're like in a different town every day. And, you know, it's it's you need a tour bus and a hair cross between Taylor Swift and Johnny Appleseed and a Methodist circuit writer. But but I but seriously, it's crazy. And I I was going to say right now we are doing a fundraiser for the Alliance Defending Freedom who fight in court for your religious liberties and free speech. These are American heroes. And we've been pushing this really hard and almost no one has donated anything. And I don't know if it's because you hate me. No, Eric, it's not that it's just because the war, the Taylor Swift concert tickets are really expensive. And or is it because of that? Yeah. But I want to say, listen, if you cannot afford to give to the Alliance Defending Freedom, I'm not talking to you. I'm talking to those of you who can afford to give something, which is most of you. And I want to say that there are very few places you can give that are, you know, how do I put it? There's there's no downside here that they are battling in the courts for religious liberty and freedom of speech. I mean, I don't know if you go to Metaxas talk dot com, which I believe you're biblically obliged to do that. I don't go to Metaxas talk to come. You'll see the banner at the top. It's right at the top. But you know what I'm going to do? I'm going to have on Jack Wagner. He is one of the senior counsel, one of the one of the, you know, principal figures who is fighting for our liberties at the Alliance Defending Freedom doing so. Like for next to nothing, you know, he could make a lot of money doing other stuff. But there are a lot of heroes at the Alliance Defending Freedom. I said, let's let's get one of these guys on. So we'll have him on in a couple of seconds. And he can he can get into the weeds of of some of the great stuff they're doing. It is phenomenal. Just phenomenal. Some Kristen Wagner is the head of Alliance Defending Freedom. She's amazing. She sent out an email this morning about the Jack Phillips case. He continues to have to fight in the courts. And guess what? It's the Alliance Defending Freedom that's fighting for him. So, Eric, I was just going to mention we have a Dutch pastor who, you know, was basically imprisoned. And we people don't realize what it's like in other countries live just to your faith publicly and privately and how good we have it here. But that can change. And as and people are trying to change it. You know what we are going to maybe an hour or two today will play the interview that we did yesterday with Pastor. It's actually the Danish, not Dutch Danish Pastor Torben. His story is just amazing. It's amazing what happened to him in Denmark and then in the United States, he came here looking for religious asylum because he was being persecuted. So maybe an hour or two, we can play that story. This is real, folks. This is real. We have an opportunity to do something about it. That's exciting. I want to be real clear. The fact that we still can fight is a huge thing. But then we must fight. We must, must, must do everything we can. There's a lot we can do. One of those things is giving to the Alliance Defending Freedom. That's just one thing. But I beg you folks to go to the website, our website, MetaxasTalk .com, click on the banner. There's all kinds of stuff there. I put it on Twitter today, but it's important. So before we get to Jack Wagner, everybody's talking about the fact that Kevin McCarthy was shown the door. He was the Speaker of the House, but he was shown the door and he is no longer the Speaker of the House. This is historic. And a lot of people I what I find interesting is a lot of the the right people are really angry about it. People that I kind of thought, you know, I, I I suspected that they were not exactly where I am and where a lot of us are in the country. And and so we have them fulminating. So on Twitter, I put out a tweet that it's a Seinfeld quote. Well, it's actually reference to a Seinfeld quote. And it says what I think I said on the program yesterday when we started. The swamp was very angry last night, my friends, like an old man ordering soup at a deli. And I and I had a gift or whatever they call it, a GIF of Newt Gingrich. You know, obviously very upset.
A highlight from Plant Migration
"Elevate your travels with the Citi Advantage Executive Card, the only card with Admiral's Club membership. Earn advantage miles and loyalty points on your purchases, plus premium benefits that take your trips above and beyond expectations. Visit Citi .com slash executive for a bonus miles offer. Travel on! This message comes from Stuff You Should Know sponsor MassMutual. Talking about your future can be uncomfortable. Whether it's about how expensive college is going to be for your children, or realizing how much you need to save for retirement, or figuring out how to plan for the unexpected, or anything to do with life insurance. It can be overwhelming, but you don't have to do it alone. MassMutual can help you plan for all the important moments in life, so you can protect all the important people in your life. Talk to MassMutual today. Feel comfortable about tomorrow. Welcome to Stuff You Should Know, a production of iHeartRadio. Hey, and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh, and there's Chuck, and Jerry's here too, and this is Stuff You Should Know, the We're All Melting Edition. Yeah, I'm just a, just a migrating fern. Oh, that's a good one to be. Blowing through the forest, looking for a new home. Sure. I'm a spore. What happens when you get there, spore? Well, I'll probably grow into a beautiful new fern, because ferns are pretty hardy. That's awesome, and I'll bet you'll contribute to society in all sorts of beneficial ways that ferns that were already there couldn't necessarily do. I hope so. There is fern stuff in here, and I have a wonderful fern scene at my camp. On the other side of the feeder creek that goes into the main creek, I call it, I even have a sign that says Fern Forest, and it's a forest of ferns. It's quite lovely. God knows where they're from, because those things can travel quite a bit, as we'll see. Yeah, they could be from, from, from Alabama. Easily. I'm not kidding. Easily, man. I've got a stat that's gonna blow your mind in a second. Oh, boy. Actually, I'll just bust it out now. You ready? Yeah, yeah. How far can a fern travel? A fern can travel, the Tasmanian tree fern in particular, can send its spores 500 to 800 kilometers. That's 300 to 500 miles from the mother plant. And, get this, a single frond, a frond, produces more than 750 million of those spores. So you can understand that ferns, I mean, you find ferns everywhere. They're really hardy. They can actually survive cold, colder temperatures than you would think. They also thrive in the tropics. They're like a really great pioneer plant. They usually are among the first large plants that show up in a, like, a newly cleared part of Earth, right? This all makes sense then. Okay, so what we're talking about then is that those ferns that showed up in this new place and said, hey, let's get this, let's get this biosphere going again. Let's get this biome back into shape after this wildfire or something like that. Or there was like a stampede because there was a really great ice cream truck that drove through one of those two. Those ferns have migrated. They came from Tasmania, apparently, all the way to wherever the ice cream truck was, and now they're there. And so they actually moved in that sense, which is really surprising because plants are what are known as sessile organisms. They don't move from place to place individually as organisms, but as a species, they can actually move around like inchworms. Pretty, pretty good. Yeah, it's pretty cool. I didn't really know much about this. We're talking about plant migration and the idea, well, not idea, the very real fact that just like humans and animals will go to more hospitable climbs as the climate may change or just, I don't know, just to seek a better place to be. Plants and trees and things on mass do the same thing. Yeah, and there's all sorts of ways that they do that, too. So they do it by dispersing their seeds or their spores in that case, fern spores or single -celled organisms. They're not like a seed technically, but they do the same thing, right? They show up in a place and set up shop and they start rocking out. Yeah, that's right. And ferns, you know, it depends and we'll get all into this stuff, but how fast this happens depends on different factors. How far these plants can migrate depends on different factors. Why this is happening is generally climate change and plants and trees and things are generally moving north or up in elevation if they hit mountains. Or south in the southern hemisphere. Exactly. So this is sort of the general pattern. And we mentioned ferns because, like you said, those spores can really haul. Ferns also mature very quickly and, you know, the wind can just, that's why I got a fern forest at my camp, probably. Yeah, so they check both of the boxes that you need to be a fast migrating plant species. They produce seeds or spores at a very young age and their seed or spore can travel very far distances, right? Right. So they can move around. And also it doesn't hurt that, like I said, ferns are adaptable. The trees and other plants don't move quite so fast, but they move, especially if you look at the fossil record, a lot faster than they actually should. So if you pay attention to a single organism, say an oak, those acorns don't travel terribly far. They may get a little further away from the drip line if a squirrel happens to bury it somewhere and a new oak tree grows. I think it was Anders Sandberg who described acorns as solar powered factories for producing more oak trees. Whoa, whoa, Andy Sandberg said that? No, Anders Sandberg. Oh, OK. He's a philosopher at Oxford. That makes a lot more sense. Yeah, yeah. Andy Sandberg, he ate his lime accidentally in his Corona bottle. That's what he's got. You know who he's married to? Uh, Patricia Arquette. No, it's not a bad guess. You've been guessing Patricia Arquette for a lot of things lately, I feel like. Have I? He's married to, yeah, I feel like that's come up before recently, maybe, I don't know. Her name just rolls off the tongue. I know, a big fan of hers. He is married to, what's her name, Joanna Newsome, the singer and harpist. Oh, neat. And if you like, if you're into architecture and homes, you should seek out, I don't know if it was Architectural Digest or something, but someone did a spread on their home and it is really something else. OK, so that's Andy Sandberg hour that we just checked out. A quick detour. Wait, wait, I wasn't done. Oh, no, go ahead. So if you look at an individual tree, an oak tree, those acorns don't go particularly far away from the tree, as the old saying goes. But the fact that they do fall away from the tree means that very slowly, some of those seedlings are going to grow up a little more northward or a little more southward than its mother plant. And very, very slowly, the whole group of oaks can move southward or northward, right? Over hundreds and thousands and tens of thousands of years. So long. The thing is, if you look at the fossil record, they move way faster than that, than they should. And there is actually a paradox that was named by a guy named Clement Reed, right? Reed's paradox. Yeah, he's got a great, great title for it. Of Rapid Plant Migration. That's the full title. It sounds almost like snake oil from the 19th century. Yeah, it kind of does. So what is it? Oh, OK, I didn't ever set me up. We're still tight after all these years. For sure. So what he found from the fossil record, like you were talking about, and as we'll see, that's one pretty good way to study this stuff, especially pollen fossils, right? Yeah, because they're so hardy. Yeah, so he saw that trees were migrating a lot faster than the rate that you would think. And so those oaks, I think, was one example you gave on the British Isles after the last glacial period over a span of like 10 ,000 years or so. They traveled about 600 miles and it would normally take about a million years. If the seeds were just dispersed in a typical way. But what he figured was that what may be happening here is like some weird weather event happens that sent things much farther than usual or like some deer or something eats something and then poops out something really far away from where it started. And so all of a sudden this animal has spread it via their poo poo. Right, and this is how like large scale migration happens or I should say rapid migration over long distances, right? Right, yeah. It's the unusual, not just the acorn falling and hitting the ground, it's not just gravity assisted, it's animal assisted, which is called zucory or it's wind assisted, which is called anemocory or water assisted, which is called hydrocory. And that's just the way that some plants disperse their seeds. That's kind of on top of the normal way they disperse it, which is just dropping it from their leaves or the spores blowing on the wind, which I guess is one type of cori. So like if a squirrel loaded up its mouth full of things and somehow found its way into your camper as you set off for Arizona. That would be a freak event, sure. It probably wouldn't be en masse, but you know, that's a way a tree could move. All it takes is that one oak to make it, to just survive, and then it starts its own new part of the range. Yeah, absolutely. And we all should point out, when was Reid doing this? This is a while ago, like 100 plus years ago, right? Yeah, he was a geologist, I don't know if we said, but Reid's paradox of rapid plant migration came out in 1899 and it was a smash hit. Yeah, so people, I mean, for at least that long, science has been sort of curious about this migration happening at a rate that they would not expect. Right. The thing is, is it's really hard when you throw in the X factor to calculate how fast an actual species can migrate. And there's a few ways that you can study that kind of thing. One, as you said, is studying the fossil record, which is super helpful. But it's not showing you what's going on contemporaneously or within the last couple decades. This is 10 ,000, a million years ago, something like that, right? Yeah. So if you wanted to study something a little closer to home timeline, timeline wise, you would maybe set up what's called a permanent vegetation plot. You would just, you would mark off an area and you would go back there, you know, every so often, like every six months or every year or so, and just sort of chart what's I think they've been doing this for about 100 years since the 1920s. So we've got a pretty good data set there. Something else you could do is go somewhere like let's say you dug up some cool scientific journal from a scientist from, you know, 200 years ago that went and explored some island. And while they may not have like charted everything out exactly like you would in today's science, they may have a really nice diary about all the plant life there and things that they saw there and where it might be. And you could go back to that place. And it's not quite as tight of a record, but you could still get a pretty good idea of what's happening. Yeah, depending on whose journal you're working from. And back in 2012, a Danish team of scientists followed the record left by a 19th century geologist named Alexander von Humboldt from Germany, who was just an interesting dude in and of himself. He called coffee concentrated sunbeams. So he's my kind of guy. Oh, man, that's great. They went back to Chimborazo volcano in Ecuador, which Humboldt studied in detail. And not only did he study the vegetation there, and he classified all sorts of new plants that Europeans didn't know about at that point. He also noted exactly where they were on the mountain as far as the elevation went. Super helpful. Super helpful. So based on this information, the 2012 Danes were able to go back and recreate his trip. And then they were able to note what plants were where. And they found that everything, all species on average, had moved up the mountain by about an average of about 500 meters, which is significant. It's like almost a mile. It's like eight tenths of a mile. Yeah. Yeah, that's the average. Yeah. There was a lot of variation within that, but that's that's a long way for sure. And what we found out and I guess this comes up a little later, but a plant can find more climbs hospitable going up 500 meters than they might by going, let's just say north, like 90 to 100 miles. Yes. So like a much quicker road to better climbs if you just go up that mountain. For sure. Yeah, that's kind of two ways they move is longitudinally or altitudinally. You got to be in shape, though. Oh, for sure. You're going to climb that mountain.
UN chief's call for ambition on climate gets muted response
"Some officials at a climate meeting in Copenhagen have given a muted response to calls from the head of the United Nations, the countries to show greater ambition when it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Speaking at the end of a two day meeting in the Danish capital, Egypt's summit shukri says there was no specific answer to the aspirational goals set out by UN secretary general Antonio Guterres when he urged rich nations to bring forward their target for achieving net zero emissions as close as possible to 2040. Shukri, who chaired last week's UN climate talks in Egypt, says these girls who will be met, I'm sure, addressed within the national context and within the national abilities, adding Egypt would have to rely on the transfer of technology. He says, from our friends and partners to wean itself off fossil fuels and ramp up the use of renewable energy. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
A Very Special Call From Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones
"Hello, bob and Tom show. Oh yes, this is Jerry Jones. I just want to say I share in your pain. Even 24 hours in the hot tub that seats 12 say black Texas stadium can't take the sting away. What is owner of the nellis cowboys? Absolutely intend to turn this pain into progress. This off season I'll approach the NFL competition committee with the rule that's long overdue. I believe it's only the dad has cowboys when you're that close to the Super Bowl. And you've not been there since Danny Favre. I believe in the sake of fairness, there should be an option to buy your way. That's a good idea. That sounds fair to me. Last but not least, there is an upside as owner of the Dennis Campbell as we have good news regarding our kicker. I've been told he's on match dot com and already this off season he's found miss rat. But his owner of the Danish capital is still so sick of this moment. Hang on. Let's schedule an appointment for me at that massage parlor rubber craft recommend. No, no, no, not under my name. Let's put it under white Phillips.
We're in for a Tumultuous January...
"You're watching this market I suspect we're in for a tumultuous time, a difficult January already we're off to a rough start and what we're seeing there on Capitol Hill does not help. I mean, it's a little bit of a red herring and that they'll figure it out eventually and I don't think that the economy is going to collapse because of it. So you have to take these things in stride and know that while it doesn't look good for Republicans and it certainly doesn't make us look good on the world stage, it's not going to totally collapse these markets. What will collapse these markets are bad policies, which we've had many, and will continue to have more of. You heard me talking in just yesterday's program about gold in the potential for $3000 an ounce which one analyst over at a Danish bank is predicting, and while it's totally far fetched in many ways, the concept isn't in that you are starting to see a lot of nations around the country retreat away from dollar backed assets and obviously they can't go to crypto. So where are they going to go? They're going to go to those safe havens, things like gold which tend to perform better in an inflationary environment. Now gold hasn't performed that well, in part because you've got central banks around the world raising rates, the thinking is, oh, you raise rates, that's going to contain inflation until oops, you realize it's not containing inflation and it's not going to contain inflation if we really wanted to contain inflation. You know what we'd be doing with Paul Volcker did back in the early 1980s because apples to apples, we can talk more about it in tomorrow's program, but apples to apples, you're looking at a very similar situation, inflation wise of what we had in the early 80s, and it took a lot more than these small interest rate hikes that were getting right now to get that under control. So
Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID
"Through a freedom of information lawsuit guardian reporter Jimmy Tobias obtained newly unredacted emails detailing both the February 1st 2020 teleconference between doctor Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and virologists discussing the SARS CoV-2 virus as well as correspondence pertaining to COVID-19's possible origins After a long foia fight he tweets out I just received a bunch of new unredacted emails detailing his teleconference Emily cop a reporter with the nonprofit investigative research group U.S. right to know has incorporated these findings into an extensive and detailed timeline concerning the proximal origin of SARS CoV-2 She noted that in February 2020 when the aforementioned teleconference took place Several top virologists sought to examine the nature of the coronavirus that would go on to kill tens of millions of people worldwide Although the ultimately concluded in the journal nature medicine at the virus had not been engineered stating quote we do not believe that any type of laboratory based scenario is plausible behind the scenes it was a great deal of doubt Many of the scientists who were attempting to account for the origin of the Führer cleavage site on the virus's spike protein responsible for its relatively high infectivity were confronted with the strong possibility of human intervention U.S. rights in a reported that in January 2020 Danish evolutionary biologists and Scripps research institute immunology professor Christian G Anderson raised the matter of a gain of function study that looked like a how to manual for building the Wuhan coronavirus in a laboratory
"danish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The results from the Danish pharma company novo Nordisk boosting its sales forecast for the full year now saying growth a concert exchange rate of 14 to 17%, the expectation previously had been for 12 to 16%, hitting its operating profit growing by more than had been previously forecast as well. This as the country, the company's third quarter results, saw Nat income come in at 14.4 billion Danish kroner that was the estimate above the estimate, which was under 14 billion, so that is the latest that we have from novo Nordisk, just to bring you some of the latest headlines out of China as well. We have had the afternoon session of the trading in Hong Kong being canceled because of a storm there, the hang seng up by 2.4% tech index in Hong Kong up by 2.7%. This is on the back of those rumors that we heard yesterday about the potential for a committee being formed to seek an exit from COVID zero. And as I mean the foreign ministry says they have their not aware of, but this is coming as we have news that China has locked down the zhengzhou zone where a Foxconn plant is located that's key of course in making of the iPhone so that is something that we are watching closely as well. Interesting to see also the headline this is to do with Tesla that Tesla is closing its main store in Beijing that is according to Reuters this morning that they were reevaluating apparently according to Reuters where to put showrooms that news coming out from Tesla in China this morning as well. Looking ahead towards trading here in Europe, Euros 50 features, four tenths of 1% higher S&P E minis pairing some of the earlier gain salary just a tenth of 1% higher NASDAQ features are two tenths higher. We are looking ahead to the Federal Reserve meeting later on to see if they will have that fourth straight supersized hike given that inflation is running at a level, of course, extremely high for the for the FOMC to try and contend with the ten year treasury yield 4.06 this morning up by one and a half basis points the two year yield. 4.52 that's down two and a half basis points. The Bloomberg dollar spot index is a little bit weaker. This morning, the pound trading one 15 against the dollar, the Euro trading at 98, 86, as we see oil prices climb WTI up by one and a quarter percent $89 and 47 cents. That's your Bloomberg radio
"danish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The company to fill and finish to have a million vaccine vials, excuse me. The shots are made by a Danish company. Filling and finishing is one of the final steps before the vaccines can be used. If an Iranian nuclear deal is reached, Tehran may be able to put millions of barrels of oil on the market almost immediately. It's estimated that Iran has up to 93 million barrels of crude stored on ships in the Persian Gulf of Singapore and near China, a nuclear deal would most likely lead to Iran being allowed to sell oil globally again. And Elon Musk became the world's richest person in large part through his electric car company, but at an energy conference in Norway, Musk said he's not one to demonize fossil fuels. I do think we actually need and actually at this time, I think we actually need more oil and gas not less. But simultaneously moving as fast as we can to a sustainable energy economy. Musk spoke as Europe is grappling with its worst energy crisis in decades. President Biden has recently racked up a number of legislative wins, but polls still show most Democrats think someone else should be their nominee in 2024. The Senate's longest serving Democrat Patrick Leigh tells Bloomberg, he would support President Biden if he decides to run for reelection. Mister Biden would be 82 years old if he wins a second term. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries by more crump to this is Bloomberg. Midterm
Lennon Interview to Schoolboys, Songs, to Auction in Denmark
"A cassette tape with a thirty three minute audio recording of a John Lennon interview useful a school newspaper report we auctioned in Denmark later this month off a century ago full Danish teenagers interviewed them the recording including on a power on publish song by the late Beatle one of the team's remembers that it was the height of the Vietnam War and the Cold War that him and his wife Yoko Ono had a message of peace he says and that was important to us the teams managed to get an old jeans but lemon where he played and sung with no give peace a chance and a new one radio piece the items the tape twenty three still photos and a copy of the school paper estimated to be worth at least thirty one thousand dollars I'm Charles de Ledesma
Greenland Island Is World's Northernmost Island
"In the architects say they've inadvertently discovered the world's most Northern Ireland. The Danish and Swiss team revealed that they thought was that they were in a different place until they checked their position and found they were on a previously undiscovered 30 square meter agglomeration of mud and rock. Mike Sanders has more details. The scientists flew by helicopter to what they thought was Kodak Island to collect samples, no great excitement there. That tiny outcrop has been known about since 1978 but when they checked their position with the Danish official in charge of registering Arctic islands There were 800 M further north. Team leader Martin Rush of the University of Copenhagen said they were standing on land closer to the North Pole than anyone had been on before. The team suggests calling it attack Havana like meaning the northernmost island in Greenlandic, an
UK, US Warn of 'Imminent' Terrorist Attack at Kabul Airport
"Americans still waiting to be evacuated from Afghanistan where they're growing warnings of possible terrorist plots. The White House says. From three a.m. yesterday to three AM today about 13,400 people were evacuated from Afghanistan. British, French and Danish militaries have given stark warnings about the security situation at the Kabul airport, where evacuations are taking place. The British Armed Forces minister told the BBC today that there is quote very credible reporting of an imminent attack at the airport. Poland and Belgium have already ended their evacuations boxes. Tony T Powers Canada, also announcing its ended evacuations and
Think Jamie Spears Is Stepping Down as Britney's Conservator? Not So Fast...
"On thursday triumphant. Cries were heard foreign wide as news circulated jamie spears agreed to resign his controversial post. Everybody freaked out. Happy is also noted that he is willing to step down on the time is right but the transition needs to be orderly and include a resolution matters pending before the court. Nbc news confirms with his legal team that he hit that. He is not stepping aside at this time. He's not stepping down. Unless the court approves payment of the attorney's fees that he's seeking of one point two million dollars and his compensation so he's conditioned his exit on the court approving things that britney has previously objected to so He basically said he's willing to step down if britney pays him the money that he thinks he should be getting which is what she is in court of posing in the first place. So that means jamie spears has not step downs from brittany's conservative Yeah i what happened. Everybody said it was a danish beer stepping down and then like a daily. It wasn't it wasn't like a day later when people were like. Oh let's read the
Catherine Bondonno of Edith Cowan University on Leafy Greens and Heart Disease
"Imagine if you could add years to your life and improve your chances of not dying from heart disease imagine if it only took one small change but first why is heart. Disease important is the cause of nearly eighteen million lives lost each year. The sad fact is that a large number of these deaths are preventable. Why because the development of the majority of risk factors for heart disease can be avoided. The good news is that we can reduce risk for heart disease through our diet. We have found that eating one cup per day or vegetables like lettuce. Beetroot and spinach can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease. We analyze data from over fifty. Three thousand participants of the danish died cancer and health. Study over a twenty three year period. We evaluated the died followed by participants focusing on vegetable nitrate intake against health outcomes related to the hot. We found that participants who followed a nitrate rich vegetable diet. Had about a two and a half millimeter. Mercury lower systolic blood pressure and a twelve to twenty six percent lower risk of heart disease compared to participants consuming less nitrate rich vegetables and other key finding was at one cup of leafy green vegetables was enough to reach the optimal levels of nitrate calculated at fifty nine milligrams per day. We did not see for the benefits in people who ate higher levels of nitrate rich vegetables. So eating just one cup of knighthood rich vegetables can therefore have a valuable impact on the health of your heart
England Into Euros Final After Ending Danish Dream Run
"Lead a swerving dipping free kick from Miquel dance guard. England will level though soon afterwards. I don't girl from semen care, the Danish captain England pushed and pushed, but they couldn't break down. Denmark it when they did get through Kaspersky. Michael pulled off some wonderful saves. In the end, it was settled by a penalty. A disputed penalty in extra time. Kane shot was saved by Schmeichel. But the England captain then Hammered home the rebound. England comfortably held on for the victory, huge disappointment for the Danes after the start to the Children they had when Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch in the opening match. Their fans are proud of how this team responded. It was a hard fought
"danish" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Creeped out by baton house that protected by law. So don't it with a broom. You tama harm or kill a flat magus. One danish member had to vacate the house for year. But they couldn't get rid of these flying rats they couldn't take it anymore. bail lovers. He found the country choice and denmark. Nearly everyone is a big drinker and it's not uncommon to see fourteen year olds drunken the street. That's illegal age. Don't just shove the danes house they find this offensive route. Privacy is a big deal in his culture surrounding droppings without a coal. I one be seen as sweet spontaneous gesture. They won't just come up to a foreign and have a conversation as he proceeded of an invasion the individual's privacy and don't do forgive the pronunciation. Heike now it's not some crazy dance. The word without an exact english translation heike pronounce hogar roughly means cozy contentment. Something that brings out warm. Fuzzy feelings dangerfield us at times like autumn and winter. when they're all snuggled them bumbled up perhaps before roaring look with loved ones. So that's looks like huggy pronounced hoga and if you have a little one child going with you on your travels. Don't worry about the time of year. You take them to denmark. As long as they're in the right clothing infants can be left outside left outside many leave their bundle babies outside while they do that business and cafes and shops and at least bit worried about the big kidnapped chill-out everybody. So when you think of danish pastries what comes to mind with some of the flakes delights here. Maybe some cream cheese cherry felling flaky does torso awful with cheese. Oh salty savory pastries says lawns concentrating hansen manager of law cross the a christian sovereigns told bakery and denmark so these are the different types of danishes that they have they have the robotic homes the rubab home the soft golden pastries on available year round. So be sure to grab one or two. When they're in season they made by folding revolving mazi pam into a milky dough. This late at talk with nuts and sugar. That's the rubab home. And then we have the frost napa seats napa. Napa is a traditional danish. Pastry lathered with romance a thick paste equal part sugar and butter is more savory than the other puff pastries thanks to a bit of salt on it. That's a frost napa. We have the in bosnia. Rosbif slices timothy. The latvian alexander taught the hid bus. Neta is a must try for the shortbread lovers out there buttery square slathered with ross breath and topped with powdered sugar. Glaze that see hidden balls neta. And then we have these spa. That's the pastry the inspiration behind the globe. Direct lines danish comes from the infamous prison in berlin spandau district. Which is danish bacon. You won't be able to westbound after eating. That's for sure and it's very flaky. Let's hope that flaky today. People the have the directs knocks nicole. He boss now they can look and you can look at the knox neck and understanding. Why it's one of the best of laga haass's bestselling pastries this frosted spiral bond is chocolates unequivocal response to the cinnamon roll and that costs nickel and again incredibly flaky. The segment stick this bakery. Kasich cake is fluffing sweet. It'll convert you to the most stringent and cinnamon skeptics among you. And then we have the kind of snuggle. The sentiments nile originally from sweden. Some argue that the danes the ones who truly protected the cinema bomb. We chose to rain neutral in this matter and then everybody the winner but the danish connah's niggle is tender flaky and oso delicious then we have the tobaks. The t poppies buns tobaks is essentially a frost napa. That's being folded instead stretched and twisted seventy. It's not sweet and the little saving a poppy seeds. nice crunch to it. And then you have the rams kruglov the rumbles. Want your balls sautin. Ron may look like chocolate. But it's actually a soft confection of leftover pastries and cakes the best leftover in the world. The rum's krueger the rumbles and then we have the sausage home. Fancy by the sausage home. Today is earning cream. No it's a danish pig in a blanket is a snack size horner. A horn is almost a full meal. The dow is soft slightly sweet and sprinkled with sesame seeds the nice balanced to the smoky pork sausage. So let's hope today that the pastries full affluent very very flaky. So you're a twenty. Twenty the com- vikings the vote the danish spirit of nineteen ninety two when they won viking jokes memories of the national teams shop victory over germany in one thousand nine hundred and finally the european championships of boosting denmark's up morale before the semi final against england. The danes believe england will be undone by the pressure playing in the home stadium combined with the attacking flair yoki mall currently the tournament's third best according to uefa wife rankings. They think they can walk on water. One fan wrote of england and the tabloid extra budget but when they come in deep water. They'll be in deep water when the vikings come. Danish commentators also been quick to mentioned that teams most recent results against england's zero zero drawer in the nations league and most chilling of all one no veteran and last match in october at wembley against england though england the presently ranked fourth in the world and a recent world cup semi-finalists danes approaching is very much as match of equals one. Danish football fan tweeted euro old. Now whites one two three great footballing nations but she'd never underestimate england denmark and nation of five point seven million is ranked tenth the highest ranking and. Then there's christian. Erickson toilet seen dover in the first half of the match against finland on june twelfth and the national stay in copenhagen when the twenty nine year olds suffered a cardiac arrest since then the recovering eric's had been spotted out and about on holiday with his family in northern new northern new zealand Traumatized nation had been galvanized buys recovery. The danes seemed to send something mystical in. Yeah there'd be many references to the one thousand nine hundred thousand feeling on social media and in the press thousand nine hundred to denmark turned up at the european championships at last minute substitutes yugoslavia who are banned because of the bosnian war danes relaxed bunch who beguiling insouciance fruit the opposition defences their fans nicknamed the raleigh. Agains almost feted as a team. Thanks to their nature. Rallied means calm. The nine hundred ninety two is the greatest moment in the danish. Sporting history only footballing success of note but since went over russia in the final group stage match. The confidence has grown with every performance once again danish ran pretty much the whole five point seven million population of taking this accessible the team as an excuse for explosive post pandemic outdoor festivity and celebration the fact that the danish supporters are not able to travel the wendy because of the delta infections in the uk prompted a good deal of frustration. Nothing would be funny to knock england out of the era's right. One journalist on twitter denmark's found might not be able to travel but the team still should count home. Thirty thousand danes live in the uk and the majority in the capital stampeding. On wembley. so. I'm going to slip on the slightly wounded boston. There is actually a hole in the bottom of this. Ralph lauren. red and white checkered shirt. that i've womb forever early. Every england game i think fifteen years now. This torment don't tend anybody that's close to me for probably want.
Denmark Gets Second Chance at Euro 2020
"The football where Denmark have won an emotional group stage game against Russia at Euro 2020 to qualify for the last 16 less than 10 days after their star player Christian Eriksen collapsed on the pitch in their opening shock defeat to Finland. To beat Russia for one to claim that only three points But Finland's lost to Belgium and that was enough for Denmark to qualified in second place. Here's Danish manager Casper Helmand. We are a unit. It's not one person. It's not me on anything else. It's a unit were backing each other up. And that is the best with Denmark. I think it's the best values we can. We can show the world that we stand united. We we are. We are. We are helping each other. The result means Russia are out of Finland did lose two notes of Belgium. But they finished third in the group, which means they could still go
"danish" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Sarah mcfarland always good to talk to you. Thanks for being here today. Thank you and finally. The airlines are dealing with a heavy lift of sorts to keep each flight. Within the aircraft safety limits the federal aviation administration is requiring updates to passenger and baggage weight estimates. That airlines us. Here's our wsj middle c. columnists scott mccartney or getting bigger passengers are getting bigger. There stuffing more into their bags both carry on and checked and it matters the way to the plane matters quite a bit from what i've heard from various airlines. They're adding seven eight even nine pounds per passenger. People are five to ten percent heavier than they were in the in the previous survey and also five to ten percent on on baggage. And if you add all that up on thirty seven could be looking at three thousand additional pounds that they have to calculate for with passenger weight. And what about the impact on passengers particularly this summer. There may be more flights where more people get bumped off the airplane or more baggage gets left behind. Typically flights that are flying into strong headwinds. They need to carry more fuel. So that's a weight problem and flights taking off from youtube airports or on very hot days when there's just less lift produced by the wings. There's a june twelve deadline for each. Us airlines to submit a plan for what average waits for passengers and baggage. They'll use down to phones and clothing and how they estimated those weights. The faa has to approve each airlines plan. And that's what's news for wednesday. We're back tonight with a new show. Please let us know what you think of the show by giving us a rating and review. Wherever you get your podcasts. A mark seward with the wall street journal. Thanks for listening..
"danish" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"This means shifting away from traditional carbon fuel sources to more earth friendly energy like wind and solar as industry giants like bp and look to write their next chapter the lead innovation and of course capital to make it happen as well as motivation. one place. that seems success is denmark danish oil and natural gas. The country state oil company wants. Did what many other big oil companies do it pumped hydrocarbons out of the north sea. It's transformed itself into the world's largest developer of offshore wind energy. It rebranded as erstad in two thousand seventeen. So could the efforts in denmark serve as a blueprint for other oil companies and their future plans for some answers. Let's bring in w s j senior energy reporter. Sarah mcfarland station sarah to the show. Thank you sarah. Can i us back in time. When the danish oil company was focused on drilling and not the renewable side of things what sparked this transition sure so. The company was established by the danish government in the nineteen seventies when oil prices spiked because of unrest in the middle east and at the time denmark was heavily dependent on oil imports and it generated much of its electricity from oil so the government was really motivated source oil from closer to home in the north sea and to also try and switch to other fuels for its electricity generation and then if we fast forward to the two thousands or stead as the company became known merges with several danish utilities. And through that it inherits. What was the world's first off shore wind farm so it already had some experience in offshore wind but this really boosted its foothold as far as making that shift toward wind energy. Can you give us a picture of exactly what they did. How long did it take and are they where they want to be well. Initially it was really hard. They needed to invest a lot of money to boot up the nessin business but it was at a time. They were having problems in their oil and gas operations and this combination saw the debt balloon. They also face skepticism from the main shareholder. The danish government given offshore wind didn't have long proven track record for being profitable yet and it was around two thousand twelve when a new ceo was appointed. So this new. Ceo reviewed the twelve different businesses which the company was in and decided that it really only had an edge in one of those businesses which was offshore wind so they should really double down on so the companies sold off assets cut costs and at boarding some external investors it boring goldman sachs and two danish pension funds to scale up and really stopped bringing down the cost associated with offshore wind. Sarah so many questions about money. This is a substantial transformation. Businesses and investors will want to know how this change. The company's bottom line is the company able to contend as a global competitor. Today the company is now logic than some oil majors. Such as italy's in i and occidental in the us it's worth noting that subsidies would definitely key component to this success and today subsidies for offshore wind energy is shrinking or even non-existent in some markets. It's also worth noting that returns are lower and so that's an adjustment that investors have to make to their expectations and also you know inside. Oil and gas companies where management used to targeting returns of say around fifteen percent. You compare that to what allstate targets which for some of its projects. It's looking at returns of seven to eight percent you know. That's really quite an adjustment in expectation. Big picture sarah were in a moment. Where companies like exxon shell. Any carbon intensive company for that matter are looking for some guidance. What could they take away from the story in denmark as they establish a guidebook today we all saying companies like bp and shell invest more in lacob analogy. But they're not giving up on oil and gas and we're seeing a pretty broad array of the sorts of things they're investing in whether it's electric vehicle charging stations wind and solar power or carbon capture and storage. I think one of the main things companies trying to transform can take away from ostad is how they really had a laser focus on offshore wind. They actually completely sold out of oil and gas in two thousand seventeen and haven't looked back having said that they were much smaller than the likes of shell and bp. Which might.
"danish" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"We begin with the global law enforcement sting known as operation trojan shield suspected criminals were duped into using an encrypted communications platform secretly run by the fbi to hatch their plans for alleged crimes including drug smuggling and money laundering. Here's the wsj's byron tau us. European and australian officials announced a takedown of global criminal networks. Based on the fact the fbi was running this encrypted abc called nam and officials announced that hundreds of arrests hundreds of search warrants tons and tons of illicit narcotics were all seized. Seventeen individuals were charged with racketeering and conspiracy related to running and distributing this encrypted messaging service. This is the third or fourth such service that spend disrupted or shutdown and this is one of the largest. This was a real blow at criminal. Networks that are trying to keep their communications private and really show that Law enforcement around the world is going to take this threat seriously in washington. The senate approved a bipartisan. Two hundred fifty billion dollar bill. Tuesday that would boost government spending on tech research and development the us innovation and competition act is aimed at reversing trends in us. Competitiveness including it's shrinking chair of the world semiconductor manufacturing allocating fifty two billion dollars for semiconductor production in the us. It still needs approval. In the house. Separately president biden called off talks with a group of senate republicans without an agreement over the administration's infrastructure plans. Negotiations broke down on disagreement over cost and whether to raise taxes to fund the proposals in means democrats will need to find other ways to push biden infrastructure package through the senate the summer and later today. President biden will depart for an eight-day overseas trip. His first as president it comes ahead of the g seven summit which begins in cornwall in the uk later this week. Also on his itinerary. A meeting with queen elizabeth and consultations with nato leaders and e you members in brussels. We'll keep you posted on wsj.com. We'll get a look at video game. Retailer game stops quarterly results. After the bell today will expecting to see an overhaul of its board will also be watching the crypto market after a off on tuesday involving bitcoin ether and does coin for more markets columnist. Mike byrd joins me from hong kong. Glad you're here. Mike gamonal mock might just looking at some of the data. We saw bitcoin for example sliding more than twelve percent before recovering some ground. What's perceived to be the reason behind this. And the other crypto declines. I think one of the immediate shocks jeeter the sort of perception of increased regulates. Free pressure and scrutiny. In this case the justice department the us justice department on monday said that it had recovered sixty four. Bitcoin from hackers hit the east coast fuel pipeline with a ransomware attack. Last month things like that are a relatively big deal in terms of You know any pressure that. Bitcoin is going to come under in general. This idea that it's it's used specifically to facilitate the ransomware attacks and if regulators and prosecutors for example get this since their heads that's a negative for the asset overall. I think it's it's negative. For how much mainstream people finance wants to engage with there and it's a negative just in terms of the the debate attention. It's getting and mike is far as some broader context. These last few weeks have been a bit rough. Yes you have this amazing run for bitcoin. Through the end of last year in the early part of this year with hitting record highs. And what you've seen. Since his is a bit of a cooling basically some of that is down to actually chinese regulates re pressure as well and the chinese government has gone very sour on the idea of allowing the operation of bitcoin mining and bitcoin trading in the country. There's been a lot of Communiques coming out of beijing Cracking down on these things and a lot of bitcoin mining is done in china so again seen as a general negative thing and it really feeds ends this picture of global regulators in general becoming somewhat. More skeptical of of cryptocurrencies. Mike byrd in hong kong. Thank you mike. Thanks.
"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
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"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Francesca's going to love that. Get the new jokes. Listen up my train shinto myself. Oh yes you're out there. We think that the scorches got him the scorches. They left marks everywhere. Oh my character just makes a big sigh. There appears to have been scorch marks where the body was once yes. I've seen mickey scotches footprints belonging to a bare heading out. Nikki footprints try that is fascinated so it sounds like many mysteries of foot at this moment. Indeed or where are your parents whereas christopher whereas wilder and Wears gareth and there's probably doing something with the tests. Oh it is wednesday. Isn't it since the store was closed. Right yes exactly. I'm putting two. That's that's not what that time lease that it's a terrible title. It is it is an awful title anyway. maybe we should. Well let me think for a second a lean. Yes you need help finding new parents. Well i'm not entirely sure if i should take matters into my own hands. I'm tempted to they much so because things sound suspicious. But i mean i'm just one lonely about how am i supposed to go find my pants. I have an idea. I know someone you you you said. They were missing yet. How did they go missing. My brother went to school and he came home and they were gone and i went to the bakery myself and it looks like there had been a struggle but none of the money was stolen from the box. Everything was in place except for what looked like to have been work happening and then work suddenly violently interrupted. Were they Was was there any reason they might have gone missing of vacation or that. They don't take vacation they don't believe in it. They think that they are the only ones to run. The stole but island said that they had been a gentleman who was as he called it a cursed that had been slinging around talking to his name's to our parents a slinky..
"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"He had a sparkle in his eyes. Whenever i came around he seemed to that kids but was he was a human or was he he if say you know. He human He he was always smiling. Something just seemed a little bit off about him like when you look ask though it seemed like there was nothing really. Look back at you. Okay then that's a that's interested. Well thank you to you. Go ahead ron. along finished. whatever he was doing Yeah that's pretty much done It broke go now. Whispering is your clean up the evidence. Oh right right so you. He scampers off doing skews as having a little bit of a sibling. Moment i suppose. Is there anything else i can do for you. I just hit let me did. Have i earned any any cash from. Oh dear have i learnt catch from ernie cash for my my travels because i still have it at zero. After buying the harp. That was a pretty boss harp that you got though it was a pretty boss heart. But i've been working pretty hard last year and a half was money. Then you earn some cash from going to your parents place. That's not my cash. Roll a d one hundred and a detailed and then after one hundred da ever all ninety nine on the one hundred and then a one on eight really. Yeah we roll that da it. no. I didn't say that you lied. It's just dollar the da. The da was the multiple multiplier. So that's it's difficult okay. So you've got five hundred ninety four golden whou. Doing pretty good for yourself do sing. Well okay. so i'm gonna ask you told us it sounded like a man. My depends on the song. Celeste doesn't necessarily sing well. A lean is great naturally auto tuned sack louis. So i'm going to take out a pouch with about a hundred gold..
"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Hoping to maybe bump into somebody else from the party but like kind of actively avoiding them and and just trying to process his his own history and the loss of his mentor. That just kept recurring okay. So we've been kind of dodging the rest of the group. Then yeah kind of in hopes that you know maybe maybe they would force him to go on another adventure so he. He really enjoyed what he was going through with them. You know like having a team 'cause he's used to working by himself But at the same time he wants to be a part but also wants to keep working by himself if accents okay so any key moments during that time period at all or just kind of laying low yet more just laying. Low kind of digging through some of the belongings of his old mentor that He happened to store away just to find you know if there's any connection between the loss of his mentor and him creeping up every so often guys aren't giving me much seen sooner seems to work with here alien. Yes what's been going on in your life in the last year and a half well a lean has been seen in and travelling to all the towns surrounding and play in reagan at the portal assuming done and has often he of course he does. I wouldn't t so that is what she does. She has succeeded in doing what she came out to do what she left the bakery to to play as abbad. Does she have the she have a signature song that she She sings well. I don't believe so. She does stay away from anything with five because that requires the hop and the owners of the establishments tend to not like that one too much. You know i've heard rave reviews about a song about poor unfortunate souls not tiles so you're talking about sir. Tell us losing his mind right now on camera the one. He doesn't like me to sing it. Because i sound like a man. Singh lamela single way. I thought i thought didn't she have something happened. At the end of the last episode. She did but it hasn't happened yet. That's where we're picking up tonight once. We're done a interludes here. Just so everybody knows where everybody's at okay. Because there has been some change change with some people so and finally we have who the bug bare. Oh i'll match me lou and what's been going on with you well apu has been living with With the the new bugbear community The borders yup their time in in the house of sanders. His old his old house Cleaned up in shape again but He's kind of been a reclusive for the most part he.
"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"It's kind of strange that here's a paladin who's devoted his life to this and you know is is no longer seeking out marshall combat or anything like that so So there's that if if you hadn't seen him in a little while you might see him on the streets you know talking to people about the church and the way and things like that. The ones the way it's now known as the once unknown way and you know he's. He's happy that the churches moving forward in the right direction. Awesome not much to act out in. That was ernie. Have there been any key moments during this. That would be notable or has that kind of encompass the whole thing. It's just he's a he's dragging born. So it's sorta like slow and steady is his normal routine So you know nothing. Nothing major You know there's no not a lot of other dragon bornes in town so it's not like he's you know seeking out a a mate or anything like that Dragon bornes are. It's not like a regular type of thing that they do anyway when they're when they're seeking a mate so You know you you see him around you know. Sometimes sometimes he searches searches out the other people in the party just to see how they're doing stuff like that. A lot of prayers orbach let's see here. Pull up my skype here. I'm setting up some backstory for when we get when we launched down this little road here. wilder celts. What's been going on with you in the last year and a half. I think wilder There was a lot of stuff emotionally that that crept up in the last few months with With the group and everything. Don't just you wait. And so he just decided to kind of go back to his former life Kind of being this rogue for higher Doing odd jobs around.
"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Now. I'm sure there are around. We just haven't been we haven't been doing stuff and killing people like we're used to and you you're hearing you're hearing 'cause it when you when when you hear these. Neil tap is just like a tap tap tap tap tap tap tap but roller perception. Check for me. Sixteen all right. You notice that just just barely but you notice that every time. Somebody's talking in this conversation. The tap almost sounds like it's a buzz like as tap tap tap tap and then when people start talking and when they stopped talking tap tap tap tap. I'm sorry you're doing something magical with me. I have no idea what you're talking about. Whatever i don't care well maybe maybe you should tap into their faith of yours could probably you could probably find some comfort not. They're have been having enough topping today. i don't. I don't know that i believe that anymore. And with that she started on one side of your body. She's already to the to your wrist on the other side. And then you hear you hear her say and you know it. You know what's her. But when she says she goes just remember. There's always like even in the dark spaces. Oh no and when you turn around. There's nobody their free tattoo. But you do have a silver tattoo of flames. Going up your arms now Is there like a knife around. I can start slicing them off. No great great every time. I think i'm making my own decision. I feel like i get road to railing fleas. This is partly a he just takes takes all my choices away and so for those of you at home. Jay got a new mechanic. That just came out in about this or do you keep it as a surprise. Yes i don't care you can if you think. This is the perfect spot boy. Oh man well you know it's a cool function and i think people would be interested in it. It's a new. It's a new thing that just came out in tasha's cauldron of everything. They are magical tattoos. But i won't. I won't reveal the effect because that's for to figure out he knows what it is but all right so you got yourself a tattoo you've having a crisis of faith Steve let's go over to gareth our other. Our other paladin. What has been up with what has been up with gareth over the last year and a half gareth has been devoting his time to getting the church up and going working with Stumble foot and the others and if anyone saw the difference between what is going on now i was going on then They would they would think that. Perhaps there was some huge switch in his in his behavior but people that know him would probably be a little bit more forgiving because they sort of see her he sorts of sort of seize this as his his goal. Anyway so people who know him would be like okay. Well he's worked towards this and even though he's not paladin This is something were he's worked towards and you know this is where he is now. They wouldn't really have too much of a problem with it but people who would see him just as a paladin would think..
"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"A tattoo ladies choice. He's trying you don't you don't have anything particular you're looking far. Nothing means anything anymore. Not again out. Well i'd like something. Okay and money i've ever made. I don't know maybe some flames or something so flames and where do you want it ladies choice wherever you enough but it here by so why. Not all right. So she takes you in the back. And she she she instructs you. Take your shirt off. And she lays you down on a bench. An inclined bench in the back. Now for those of you. Who aren't familiar with how tattoos were done. Prior to the electric inc gun had to do with a needle that was pointed at a ninety degree angle off of a metal or a bar some type and then they just sit there and tap it over and over again takes a long time. I'm a man and she's sitting there pounding away on on on these tattoos. She's like i'll tell me about yourself. I used to be really cool. Yeah but what happened. No i'm just. I'm sorry to temperature thing. Just lotta bad things things out of control things that we tried to do. You might know me. I was one of the people that helped save this city. You're you're what defiance now must be interesting. I'm sure the ladies love you then so many ladies. This is getting so odd. I don't care. I don't feel anymore. I feel dead inside. You poke me with that thing. Then i feel very alive but most of the time i feel very. Did you notice as you say this. She starts hitting the she starts hitting the needle harder than after you say that. Don't anything vital please. She did you walk in wearing your armor. No i gotten rid of my armor already. Well you didn't mention that. When i asked what was going on with them so yeah i got i got a. I got rid of everything except my shield upon all right she. She looks at your shield and she goes. Oh here ura your apparent i was. I don't have any pals anymore. Why happened.
"danish" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"You know that. Got me right here. Saw single-tier going down. Yeah back so many memories together guys. The french ben be having a connection right now with you recording with them while you're eating chips podcasts. Your most lenient podcast partner. I have never yelled at you for eating. Or drinking on. Mike's because the king but has a different thing but something else her right so where we left off i just ca did a recap. You guys did a raid on water deep Whose debt not putin latte. Don't worry we'll get another sheet. Worked up in the mirror. Universe caloms dead and the city has been by the By the defiance where we're picking up now is the the citizens of water deep where so grateful to stumble foot and his effort as his efforts as the leader of the defiance. They have made him the official leader of the town. He is the he is the prime lord of water deep although not super interested in The municipal title He spends most of his times building his new church within the city limits of water deep and outreaching to the bugbear community that resides to the north. So that is what is going on with with stumble foot and this is per. I talked to eric and he said this is how he feels that the character would have gone so for anybody who says that. I'm railroading anybody. J s Railroad in me point offended so over since the since the liberation of water deep about a year and a half has passed now. Something else did happen at the end of the last episode that i need to address real quick which is e which is where alien is sitting in the yawning portal or. Her brother comes in and says what he says. That is something that will happen. But that's where we're going to pick up tonight. What i want to know.
A Look Back at the Life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
"At the age of 99 Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh husband, England's Queen Elizabeth, the second longest serving spouse of a reigning British monarch. Morning grease in 1921 into a royal family with Danish and German ties. He was also a great great grandson of Britain's Queen Victoria. He would go to school in England and went on to serve in the British Royal Navy during World War two. He married Elizabeth the daughter, then King George, the sixth in 1947 in 1952. Elizabeth became Queen and Philip became Queen Consort in that role on his own and accompanying his wife, Prince Philip traveled the world. He was a strict but loving father to Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Differences. Andrew and Edward. One of his last major appearances, was that the 2011 wedding of his grandson William, to Kate Middleton, at that event, as always, he was at the side of his wife. His loyal and ceaseless support for her for the royal institution and for Britain itself was his hallmark and legacy. In London. Greg Palkot, Fox News governor to Santa says it's time to set
Behind the Story: Planet Aid Lawsuit Against Reveal Dismissed by Judge
"In two thousand sixteen the reveal. Podcast of the center for investigative reporting produced a multi-party expose on the maryland based charity planet aid and its connection to a danish cult called the series documented abuse of us foreign aid by the charity and its sub-contractors diversion of charity. Donations to the cult. The shakedown of its own employees to kick back chunks of their salaries and elaborate efforts to the schemes from government auditors on the ground in east africa without offering evidence to rebut the allegations to charity promptly sued news organization for libel a week ago. A federal judge in california ruled in favor of the center for investigative reporting. It was a victory at the expense of millions of dollars in legal fees and thousands of man hours for those who are savoring. Defamation suits against fox news for its voter fraud lies and incitements. The planet aid case is a sobering object lesson in the dangers posed by liable cases to even the most scrupulous and rigorous journalism. Victoria manetzky is general counsel at the center for investigative reporting victoria. Welcome to otm. So nice meet bob. So congratulations i guess. What did it cost. You guys to be proven. Non liars cost us Quite a heavy final number upwards of several million dollars but moreover cost a lot of time resources and sleepless nights for myself and everyone else involved with this case or more on the implications of dislocation to follow. I promise but i please just give me a capsule version of the reporting that you did that led to the lawsuit and the stories revelations sure you know. This investigation was almost a two year long investigation. That of our most esteemed reporters at that. Time took on to look into how government funds and grants were meted out to different organizations in particular planet and how those resources were then
Kidnapped in the Desert | Beyond the Green Line
"It's three pm on october. Twenty fifth two thousand eleven. Thirty one year. Old jessica buchanan grips the handle of a landcruisers passenger door as the car bumps over the red path here there are no real roads. Just rocks and dirt. There aren't any red lights. Either people here no. You don't stop car for anything. A stopped car is an instant target jessica's in a no-man's-land south of the small city of galkayo in the somali desert beyond what's called the green line. The green line is the last stop or the somali government has any sway low. It is a wild world of land. Pirates warlords and islamic mercenaries. Jessica is an american humanitarian aid worker. She works for danish non-governmental organisation or ngo. She's a teacher. Her job is to educate locals about landmine risks and gun. Safety every household here has at least one automatic weapon. Most have more and kids are paying the price. She has dedicated her life to helping children in war ravaged places in africa but she had a bad feeling about the trip twice. She called in sick but her colleague. Paul fisted told her. It didn't come in today. You would report her. So you're she is. Paul sits in the front seat next to the driver which gives her comfort. He knows what he's doing. He's a small danish man in his late fifties who's who die hard pacifist and has spent his entire career and dangerous parts of the world plus. There's a group of armed guards traveling with them. There's one next to her and one in the back. She's going over the laundry list of things to do when she gets back to the north paperwork. Dinner calling eric to find out about his day when suddenly the sub comes to jarring pulse a wave of mud splashes violently against the windshield. Jessica looks out the side window. Another sub is blocking the road in front
The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research
"There's a bakery chain in japan that offers dozens of different kinds of pastries danishes. Donuts croissants sandwiches you go down a cafeteria style line. Pick what you want. Put it on a tray and when you get to the register to pain you put your tray on top of a backlit rectangle screen shows an injury of your train with bright green lines around each item it recognizes each item from among the dozens of pastries on offer at the bakery and then correctly charges. You how does it do that. You'd imagine some kind of relatively recent developments in deep learning neural networks. But in fact it's a more grown technology that got its start. In two thousand seven led by a man named hisashi kombi the new yorker recently profiled combine work with the bakery and how the technology he developed is now being deployed in many other sectors including cancer research. So let's start with the bread problem. Japanese consumers like lots of options and bread is no exception market. Research in japan showed that a bakery that offered a hundred different options sold twice as much as a bakery that offered only thirty and that unwrapped baked goods sold better because people perceived them as fresh but without the wrapping. You don't have labels or barcodes on the pastries so then you've got employees who have to memorize hundred different pastries and this slowdown lines. Because workers would often mix things up or have to take time remembering which peachtree was which not to mention. They handled each unwrapped pastry individually. So it wasn't exactly the most sanitary so this chain wanted to automate the process somehow and they turned to comedies company. Brain to help them out. Rain had already been working for twenty years on finding ways for computers to see something that was long one of the biggest challenges of artificial intelligence. The new yorker explains it really. Well quote as i write. This can look up at my shelves. They contain books and skin of yarn and a tangled cable. All inside a cabinet whose glass enclosure is reflecting leaves in the trees outside my window. I can't help. But parse the scene about a third of the neurons and my cerebral cortex are implicated in processing visual information but to a computer. It's a mess of color and brightness in shadow. A computer has never untangled. A cable doesn't get that glasses. Reflective doesn't know that trees sway in the wind. Ai researchers used to think that without some kind of model of how the world works in that was in it. A computer might never be able to distinguish the parts of complex scenes. The field of computer vision was zoo of algorithms that may do in the meantime and quotes over the last decade this has changed as deep learning and neural networks have been applied and tweaked in real world scenarios. Siri google translate and alpha. Go all rely on deep learning with layers of simulated neurons and their honed by things like tagging people in photos on social media and picking out street lights in those prove. You're not a robot tests on website forms but especially without that kind of passively crowd sourced assistance quoting again. The drawback of deep learning is that it requires large amounts of specialized data the deep learning system for recognizing faces might have to be trained on tens of thousands of portraits. And it won't recognize address unless it's also been shown. Thousands of dresses deep learning researchers therefore have learned to collect labeled data on an industrial scale and quotes and for brain the bakery chain not only with the frequency with which the bakery chain changed their offerings. Make such data required for learning. The new pastries be untenable. They were also several years too early to even consider using deep learning so they built their own system using lots and lots of algorithms by two thousand ten. They built a system with ninety nine percent. Accuracy across fifty types of bread tackling problems like different pastries that look remarkably similar and the same pastries that look different when one is baked. More or one got squished. As developing the back light the pastries have to be placed on to keep the lighting consistent even though they did have to also build a mathematical model to account for inconsistencies in color when it comes to bake times rather than showing assistant thousands of photos of each pastry as one would with a deep learning system they manually tweaked and honed the algorithms on each doughnut and danish until they got it right but their system learns to win. The system isn't sure instead of those green lines around each item. It shows yellow or red lines and prompts the user to select from some suggestions or manually input the product quoting again show bakery scan a pastry never seen on earth and it'll recognize the next one of its kind about forty percent of the time according to brain after just five examples it is ninety percent accurate and after twenty. It's nearly perfect. Moreover whereas deep learning systems are relatively inscrutable. You can't look at a neural network and say exactly why a decision emerged from it bakery scans judgments based as they are on hand engineered system or more particularly if the system. Miss identifies something. You can figure out why these days. It's unusual to develop in the way that brain developed bakery scan. The approach requires a mastery of fine details. It is in spirit artisanal. It takes years during which parameters must be tuned. Special cases accounted for deep learning relieves. You from having to understand how the seasons affect shadows in a donut hole you merely plug enough examples and the network figures it out and with deep learning. The same brain can accomplish different tasks when you feel different. Data deep mind. The alphabet subsidiary used data sets to train a single neural network to beat humans at chess shoghi and go systems that depend on domain specific knowledge as bakery scandal need not just new data but new filters new features in new algorithms before they can be used elsewhere and quotes nonetheless. The technology behind bakery scan now housed under the umbrella. Name of ai scan has gone on to be used in applications as far flung as distinguishing pills in hospitals to counting the number of people in eighteenth century woodblock prints and even spotting incorrectly wired bolts in jet engine parts but the most impressive application came in two thousand seventeen when quoting again. Dr louis pasteur's center for medical research in kyoto saw a television segment about bakery scan. He realized that cancer cells under a microscope looked kind of like bread and quotes. I love that observation but he was right. Ai scan has now been working for a few years on fine tuning their cancer cell detector. Saito a scan now. Being tested at two hospitals is able to look at an entire microscope slide and identify potentially cancerous cells with ninety nine percent accuracy based on features like the color tone size and texture of the nucleus and all round -ness of the cell as they continue to grow and build on their original system. Brain has had to bring in deep learning once recently when covid nineteen pushed bakery owners to start wrapping their pastries and individual packaging. Brain used a deep learning to help their bakery scan system still be able to identify the pastries behind the reflective plastic
"danish" Discussed on Shock Wave News
"So zero hedge dot com and tyler durden. he's He's a watermark over. There is zero hedge very very very good reporter excellent. I recommend reading or adding zero hedge to your Reading campaign if you guys like to read things online and different things. The news over. There's very very very good. So let's get into the article. Europe's much criticized vaccination rollout has hit just another snag. As danish authorities are increasingly concerned about harmful effects believed to be associated with the astrazeneca oxford jab. The cheap covid remedy was supposed to help europe catch up with the uk and israel. Well danish authorities on thursday temporarily suspended astrazeneca's covid nineteen shot following reports of dangerous blood clots forming inside patients including one such instant. The place in denmark authorities didn't specify exactly how many reports of blood clots. There's been but reuters reports that austria Also has stopped using the batch of astra zeneca shots while investigating death attributed to coagulation disorders along with illness attribute to pulmonary. Embolism a condition whereby one or more of the lungs and arteries become blocked with the a blood clot six. Other european countries have also reported halt and halted the distribution of the covid jab Both we and the danish medical agencies have yet to respond to reports of possible serious side effects both denmark and other european countries. The director of the danish health authority said in a statement. The danish medicines agency said the suspension would last at least fourteen days as the authorities launch an investigation into the blood clots with assistance from other e states. They did not say how many blood clots there has been. But austria has stopped using the batch of cas shots while investigating the death from coagulation disorders and illness from pulmonary. Embolism now astrazeneca claims. Its vaccine is subject to strict rigorous quality controls and there have been no confirmed serious advert adverse events associated with the vaccine..
"danish" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"The late eighties. I was late teenager and i moved to minneapolis and i was living in minneapolis. And that's when. I just starting to get into plane can stick bass and understanding jazz. A little bit and really getting into it and one of my favorite one of my besides mingas One of my early influences and and series idols still is neil paterson and hop. You'll hear referred to us and he was a He was a danish bass player. That played like every day with everybody in europe year on a million records from basie to you know i mean he's just all over the all over he's and he's done a bunch of things of his own where you know base.
"danish" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We're in the Danish capital of America celebrating one town's Viking heritage, and you're hacking and slashing it. Doesn't that mean the art? Oh, jeez, Great Danes Good times and doing Chang's songs. And then up close in the little personal with alpacas, kissing cousins or spitting mad. Just not a lama kisser or Patrick, if that's all names Well. Val Coleman to small town. Big Deal. I'm Rodney Miller, and I'm Jan Karl's normally We don't get to travel internationally. No, we don't. But today we're surrounded by Dany's people. They need music, Danish customs and food awhile and tons of tradition. However, we're not really in Denmark way are just about two hours northwest of downtown Los Angeles. What about the best way to describe visiting solving is like this. It's like traveling to Denmark without ever having to get on a plane solving. It's got a small footprint. We're only five blocks long, Five blocks long, Wow, and how many visitors here 1.5 million visitors a year. Pretty smooth Name solving is Danish for sunny field, And that's exactly what the first group of Danish settlers were after when they left the frigid winters of their homeland and established the town back in 1911. The Danes and how solving was founded, was by four educators who want to keep the education and culture going. But farmers, dairy farmers farmers, of course. Now we have a lot of wine country out here, so we kind of mix that kind of farming with the regular farming that's growing, growing produce. Don't keep your story. You don't keep your rose straight, though. For nearly 80 years, This self proclaimed Danish capital of America has celebrated its heritage with a three day festival called Danish Days. If there's one thing here that we absolutely cannot miss, what is it? Well, you have to have the able skipper breakfast. I would hopefully not be number one on your list. So what exactly is an able skiver will think pancake ball dusted with powdered sugar and served with a raspberry preserves, and you've got the picture. The first step first, have oil Watch how it's done. How much Oh, what a mess You made jams had much more experience in the kitchen. That business so not sure just spoke in the middle way. Go way. Same with Alan. It also helps if you're unable, Stephen Whisper. Running. Take a needle. Yeah, man. Hey, Some of them are actually round. You did a good job. You get a little Dane in your history, huh? I'm like, really concentrating here. I know. Kind of like making baseball's Yeah. How we doing? We get a great They're all round little girl. That's the main thing. NAM official. All right, That's enough cooking. When we eat something don't be stands you with it now, Right and lots of sugar. I mean, this is good as it gets. Cheers. Mm hmm. I got just the first day on the outside. Soft on the inside. I can see now why? It's such a Danish tradition. Heck, with cut number, Okay, You don't want any of this. When did you e guess not. Have you written a book, You could become a published author with Joran's publishing, the nation's.