5 Burst results for "Deb chen"

"deb chen" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

Advertising Is Dead

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"deb chen" Discussed on Advertising Is Dead

"Is how it's been all. Its effect is the eighty fifth of inaugural by the. And you know it's amazing. How defenders is timeless classics to be enjoyed by future generations. So you know why. It is always demand. Stephen demand for those traditional games or toys the also see in advance divine for for lot of elitist and and and amusing ion items that either episodes in the global market. So you know again. It's a balance that i think you're seeing in innovate the evolution of demanding india. What's etc doable. The toy space. Because but i hear you speak aboard. I i i see genuine. It's not something if you don't this is not. This is something which i can. I can sense your your best network the space and what contacted towards so i think What what. I love indices this is. The industry is extremely dynamic. And it's on strictly changing. You know given the kind of trends and given the patterns. And what happens in the indian mind moment and i can tell you for example who is electable became a big fan. Danube yet has roadwork. Deb chen had a couple of successful interesting williams and launches in that can be leveraged at treasury and You know a again. I'm sure there's gonna be something that's gonna come up in the next year every iota. I think that is something interesting that happened. So i love the speed at which team Innovate and elites a uber would change itself. Do what's latest on what's new and what needs to be done. Implementing two kids as you said. I mean i think the whole truth. Amount of time spent on on districts screens and all of that going up or look at the fact that it's not as the of that industry is dying out. I think the industry's able book innovated in via dime and still drives solution that ended up engaging is now in our diets adding i i love that about the industry. And that's our mean this. You know into the sector bill clinton and toys for the longest. I feel didn't get they do in in the sense of really understanding worked role. They play in in people's personality. Dave logan greater. Nfl look at this online. The other is. I'm going to tweet me interesting. This at that. I can judge. A person will be with their own finances aboard a look at how they play monopoly. It kinda shows how they do their own money. Because that's how you play the game. I it as deep roots. Does that just looks like Hollywood can grow up with certain boys and how they've shaped us. And i love the point. Your thought on that. Look at that aspect of seeing it's kind of almost grooming people's mindset that just being something that's so as just for fun. Yeah absolutely right. I think Even before to certain sort of newest concepts here. I know you know there are agencies around the world that recommend does catches that i do that would have commended the importance of playing games. The home bank will be able to keep them similar. Good occupied and ensure that it helps in that order sort of development..

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"deb chen" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

06:54 min | 10 months ago

"deb chen" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And you i have enzo. Were in the connect now. We got to blink these together. This is an absolute nightmare although it sure let's appease everybody here so very very messy situation and come back to a little bit. Yeah we marked out. By the end of the game we were like we came to grips with how messy the beginning of the game a so this is also when you kind of you formalize your trio with i tyler and ends of. You haven't called it triple threat yet. But enzo does. Tyler's the band the green eyed bandit zuko on the meow. Meow go yeah. Yeah zuko baby. I got to deb. Chen the k. Sir and janelle have like this big meeting again trying to flip the vote and the soon as they leave like even nicole. Anthony is like yeah. I don't even trust them. And so male. He's gonna tell christmas that she wants to target big players. Christmas is going to kind of Interprets like oh she might be coming after. Cody and nicole's going to start to work on christmas. Pretty soon that she wants christmas to go after bailey and she also tells you that you need to pull any in which the then formed for prime because case has been working on ian saying like. Hey there's a brigade and ear the brittany and ends like now. Yeah so lots. Lots of stuff going on there log on their law a lot of stuff going on there but and and so it seemed like this. I think this is probably the week that we were the lowest on your game because it seemed like the structure that you had built might be collapsing. You somehow come out of this. And it's still okay and tyler. When's the next stage key targets jon allen case or and it's like okay you're you've got the slick six now you're starting to like real things back in. I think that's because in that. We if tyler dozen that wage and it doesn't become so clear that like jon allen case or this big thing which they weren't it was obviously so much more going on with people that we were a little closer to It could have been a little shaky. And so i think tyler warning that and then throwing them right on the block is what like kind of reeled it all back in kept people in this like six off the block. That's when we started to have those conversations. I we are. There was an all guidelines in the name started coming up. We were like wool. What do you mean the all guy alliance like. I can't even remember if that was the third of the fourth week but it was like this all guidelines that is also essentially. That is your lines like other than one other person. I don't know. I think it was that we might have been the week after that. And as a great line or like the they keep complaining about the guy's alliance. Yeah but i was. Just wanna tell your in your. He asked all guys lines he was like it was like. You're like why are we so better shape about it. And david was never going to go after them and so like what are we. What are we doing here. I just got like so so it gets so so messy. So he's on the block. Nicole lets you know that. She's now found out from christmas. That bailey talked about potentially targeting. You you have more reason now to not trust. And then then we get into more david. Drama danny danny wants to like really twist the knife with david. She's like. hey. I'm letting know like somebody really wanted you out that we An and somebody that you trust and so david questions bailey about it who talks today von. They have a meeting and they question day. Who told you that. Yvonne campaigned against you. And he goes. Cody and tyler And then he goes. It's this big mess. Dave on questions you the next morning. I'm i thought this was great because you'd know prep time. Tyler was warned by david and he didn't even find out that you were involved. The devan comes and questions you and What what's going through your head. So even when. I was having the conversation with david david before i would always try to have conversations and prepare for like if something went south like if this goes south am i prepared to like create a bullshit line could blow up on them or possibly blow up in my face. There was so much more to the conversation that david. And i how and so then when she confronted me and said david said this i was like there was all this in the conversation. Did he mention any of this. And i was like. Oh if you wanna do that. I'm going to do this like he's the one that said this to me show like what is what does he mean like i. I never said this. I said all of this. I just gave her a lot more to think about. And like kind of just talk my way through it. And i think essentially it caused her to maybe it just all they needed was like a little seed of doubt to be in her head because essentially it just showed me. Okay speak zero conversation. David doesn't matter how much you like them. How much you wanna work them. He get zero information from you now period and now he's on his own and so it kinda was like for me it was like just let me just solidify my relationship with avon. David is now nixed alliance with dave van now. I'm just gonna leave david on outskirts like he's beat all target him next week. If i went h if i would've won the h i would have put him on the block if i would've won that next h because he did that case case we're still in the house and i would've been like good david in case you're gonna block. It gave devan what she wanted to hear. Because i told her that at the end of that week i will go after david because she wanted david and it's still allowed me to really go after case there because that's who i really wanted and so would have been. I'm going after case. But if that's not the case. Let's go after david. And so it kinda. Like dave always just wanted to be like. She wanted to be told what she wanted to hear. Essentially and if all you can do with that and correctly answer her fact checks it was gonna give you that little buffer period with dave on the thing that sells it today on that you told devan that david said vons worried about guys align so from her perspective. She's like david's the one that told me about a guidelines now he's trying to flip it on me say that i was the one concerned about it and so straight up what he said and him playing himself So like it's just.

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"deb chen" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"deb chen" Discussed on Planet Money

"Hello and welcome to the graduation for Planet Money Summer School. I'm Robert Smith. We have set up a stage out here on the NPR quad. The campus is perfect overflowing with summer flowers next manicured green lawns. Really spiff up place for graduation. I am wearing the traditional relationships of planet money university in Currency Green are economists and residents Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfer. Have traded in their beachwear for their academic Regalia. Now. How would you describe your outfit well, months creams and it's flowing. You can't tell if I'm wearing anything underneath that, and frankly the view from up here is magnificent congratulations graduates I broke my rule which is only where athletic close right now to dawn my. Cap and gown from my Alma Mater. which like Justin is Crimson. You're both full-time professors at the University of Michigan and have done your share of graduation. So so what is the best part the best parts meeting the parents who so proud and getting to say nice things about their kids while they're beaming and the kids been me and it kind of feels like teaching really with it. In that case, do you have any message for the the parents of plenty listeners? I just can't believe the application Utah Shut in class they had a real gift freakonomics and I think it's going to take them fi and so much good that they can do with it and you must be so proud we are all proud and today on the show. It is your turn as students to take the stage. We've asked our listeners to be our graduation speakers today and provide inspiring speeches about opportunity costs and market formation, and how to properly take care of the tragedy of the recycling bins. It is the shortest graduation ceremony ever after this break. I'm guy rise and on NPR's how I built this how a simple splash of color accidentally launched Sandy Chile into a forty year career as a designer entrepreneur and creator of the now famous chiller which place mat. Subscriber listen now. Students, parents, families professors and confused podcast listeners who have downloaded planet money for the first time. I welcome you all to the graduation of summer school class of two, thousand twenty. If you did not yet get your diploma, there is still time pas this episode Google Plant Money Diploma and get your very own certified completion document not a diploma diploma. Alzheimer we asked you to send in your stories as part of our weekly assignments and hundreds of you. Front row kids actually did it. We read them all and we've asked a few of you to address. The graduating class telling us what you learned way back at the beginning of summer school we talked about fallacy that a lot of people make when they keep throwing good money after bad when they should probably just move on with their lives. Those past decisions are known as sunk costs and that resonated with deb Chen, who is our first speaker after listening to your first summer school episode on sunk costs I thought of my very own sunk costs friendship bread. If you don't do what friendship bread is kind of bread that you keep a starter. For ten days, and then at the end, you bake the bread after baking the bread you have leftover starter one for yourself and a few more to share with friends. Well, a couple months ago a friend offered me a starter. I. Wasn't sure I really wanted it because I knew the responsibility involved but I thought why not I'll try it again. I can that was a mistake. The stress of keeping it alive, needing it everyday adding the ingredients trying to track of what day I was on and then baking the bread that I didn't even want to eat was just too much on top of that ahead to find people to share the bread with and then trying to push my extra starters on them. I felt like I had invested all this time in money in it. So quitting felt like a waste. And what kind of midwestern girl gives up on friendship bread? But when I finally decided to throw out my starter, I felt so free. So if anyone is holding onto something that is stressing them out, I, suggest throwing out the friendship bread in your life and move on to better things. Congratulations deb Chen professors, i. think after each speech, we should bestow some sort of academic honor on our speakers. deb Chan is on the Dean's list. I I really love this story because I nurtured a sour dough starter for about two months. And I made the world's worst spread actually the worst. And this. And I felt like I had invested so much I just had to keep going and then I woke up and said, wait sunk costs and I threw my wife starter away and I am no longer in the bread making business I just want. Dibs stories at one moment hot breaking at another freeing. We had another listener reach out to us to say she'd finally dumped that. Guy. That the years she'd invested went with that and she was ready to move on and. It was kind of like salad I guess more work than sourdough clearly. From sunk costs to market formation our next speaker is from the UK and after our class on how markets can create a bottom-up solution to allocation problems. Ellen. Sherwin noticed something strange in her neighborhood. So run several times a week and that should been listening to summer school on my runs. When the pandemic I escalated US start avoiding my issue route is on this beautiful but crowded river path an instead of shifted over to this plane crossfield in the park. It's really boring but a judge that the cost of being bored was lower than the cost of coming into contact with people. Unnoticed the same calculation happened for most of the running market on a lot runners shifted to the field. Then lockdown came in public golf course close down. Great. I can now run on the golf course. So peak of lockdown we run this we're enjoying these gorgeous landscape vistas with the throw running on this public land that we normally barred from. Over. The following weeks a few gophers began to pop again, this is still banned at the time so they'd be very courteous and patient to me, but it was probably because they didn't want to be reported. Over time, it became clear to the gophers that there was going to be police enforcement, happening I the regulation the market was weak, and so the illicit golfing grew. That this uneasy trees happening the runners could use edge the course and we'd be tolerated. Very, the lockdown eased golf course reopened are had hoped that our trees we continue for a while, but the power has shifted back to the gophers. On my final run into rough for the coast this Gulf War was passed. Me Say close the I needed the gopher aim to write me. The gophers regained their market dominance said, they would enforce it. Now the benefit. This lovely landscape is outweighed by the risk of being hit by a golf. Ball. Meanwhile. The river path still has contact risk outweighing its beauty as well. So. Here. I am pushed into the marginal land running around boring circles on the field again. At least that I could aesthetic variety means can focus on my podcasts. eller Sherwin congratulations on your planet. Money Diploma. I I fell in love with planet money on long runs. I'm right there with I had never thought before about. Running as a market and where you run. But but of course, right, it's any sort of resource that there's not quite enough of or at least there's different demands for different parts of the resource. You can set up even an informal market system. Absolutely what's the fair the very top of the class Simla, Zuma cum laude. By this felt like listening to the light Gary Becca, who was the economist who taught us that economics is everywhere and that wherever this scarcity there's.

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"deb chen" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"deb chen" Discussed on No Jumper

"No jumper cools podcast in the world and in here today with some of my favorite dudes in the rap game onyx in the book and building. Well when I think about you can't help but think about the fact that I I heard you. I think I might have been eight or nine years old and my homies. School played it for me on a boom box and even at that time. Not Knowing much about rap I knew that this was some aggressive as shits intimidating. Shit I was very much shocked taking. What was this deadly? Just the back the fuck up album in general so that was one of the pivotal moments of me really you know. I think that there's a thing that happens with any music where there's a moment where it feels almost kind of like offensive and jarring and that's the way we wanted to start to accept it and then you love it because I was like that with metal to first metal bands. I heard I was just like oh no what the fuck started up. Onyx you know. We came in the game with jam. Master Jay you know what I'm saying from run DMC so it was like when we met him. That's what he instilled in us because he came from that run. Dmc WORLD DEF JAM. You know what I'm saying that Rick Rubin Style lead like he came from all of that. So that's what we just you know what I'm we just took it to the next level. Yeah definitely but it's like when you think about that. What was their evermore. Jim has today was a little worried about the essential which content was so aggressive because it was like a hip hop before he say more and more aggressive. GimMe more back yeah. Was that the overall tone with everybody. You didn't run into too many people who thought you guys were like a little bit over now because it was like we came in game for the love of hip hop. You know what I'm saying in energy was contagious. Like like when people in New York stopped us to say what's up. It was genuine like y'all I like I love you. Nicholas turned up because they felt they had approach on that level. So Jay was like when a game was like changing. We came in a game. He's like y'all much ought to be the bad boys of hop. You're rolling with deb Chen. We got your fullback. We got the bag behind. Ya is going down. You know what I'm saying. We was deb Jane when our feet on the table you know what I'm saying like public enemy running to shout the FLAVA Flav. That's the I I. That's the first person we met at DEB JAMMED FLAVA. Flav but we was in a building. You know what I'm saying. We the building over right. Everybody can with us because when you think about hip out now is like so much emphasis put on all these people doing really aggressive vocals and trying to be very much in your face and aggressive in eighty. You guys were on it in the early nineties. Yeah I mean but it was. It was a progression of ninety seven. Pop It was know you have groups like Cypress heels. You know what I'm saying that does affect slows at underground. You know so. Mo like we was coming from everybody. Kinda wanted to kind of get their voice out and it had to be like how You know what I mean. Your point had to be lower at that at ninety three. You had to be loud. We'll Tang you know what I'm saying. King right at the US so was was there any conversation going on from the critics and stuff who acted like maybe your stuff was not quite hip hop because it was so aggressive was there any sort of blowback overreaction fucking steamroller one time yeah delores. Tucker has got some part of that. Did you actually go ashes? I found out about this jagged. Press Kit where he was. I forget exactly what he said about him but he was saying some wild movie. Actually the scene in the movie and I was like we was definitely pointed out thing but to go back to your question it was on music was street guns. That's that was the first album at the there. Was You know what I'm saying? Even though we did the the slam then we did the slam remix biohazard and it had the rockets fill. It was street. We was coming from southside Queens Rockaway Boulevard. We see nothing but that you know what I'm saying. So the sound of show skills the producer Shah him and jade ages came with this this. We can't we all came with this via the back. The fuck up vibe and I was just the whole vibe for the album like letting the industry. No you're we come into. We got DEM sham with us. Everybody got it back the Funke. How much did you guys know about biohazard about sort of the overall world like rock music and hardcore and punk and that? Kinda Shit like was that something that was sort of new to you once you got into the music game and you started to realize that your content was sort of similar or was it something where the music industry sort of introduced. Y'All well we would influence. Rock has well. You know hip hop streets me personally. I didn't know anything about Bilaz until I was introduced to them. I mean they would fucking just says crazy and psycho and offers us right. Murky right really know we WANNA FUCK IN ALABAMA. Wanted to keep it going here. The Slam Shit was popping at radio to slam popping radio or MTV Latin. Mtv's like go to video for the kids. You know what I'm saying and Leo Cohen. He was president of Jerem Tom. He was like Oh Man. I want you to do this slam. Remix what these guys from Brooklyn who he was like big news up these dues shit like you know what I'm saying. So we did. Our research was there was no youtube at the time. You kidding like dude. We A- you couldn't do that Internet at the time you just have to take his word for it. Went down the street and bought a CD or something minute studio so we. We went to the studio. They was in a studio at our we. Ceelo WITH THEM. They they break down. Those dudes are good dudes for a bunch of rap dudes to meet for their first like metal type dues because those dudes are like straight up too much show ISOS guys. They're going to send the vocals back. Where I liked that. These studio we probably was Chung King Studios with them. They came to rise nature. We came with our crew. And we just did it. You know what I'm saying. We had a good time and it came out rap. Rock wreckage right. You know what I'm saying in a different way than like aerosmith and run DMC. That was that was a different type of rap rock rap raptor this slam. Was Ed for the streets. We took it a step further the judgment. I sound check with them. Oh wow so does track for a while but I like the judgement track the Judgment Night. Track better than analysts. Just because the drums the drums on a slam remix was alive drummer. It was by dramas. And that's cool but nothing hits harder than the hip hop trump's and judgment night shot skills that the drums opposed to. This is some technical skills at the drums in ages. Played The bass and a guitar on top of it and screamed on top of with us. That's just collaboration. Judge night was was was directed that was hit pop and rock the hottest hip hop rock record. Ever right do you when you hear rappers. Perform live with bands. Like are you into that or is that in some way. Take away from a in the way that I'm cool. It's cool off the record and the group you have a DJ with the jumbo plane on tap because it's always kind of that question like he's people try to make hip hop to be more like real music by sticking a guitarist and bassist and drummer. It's kind of weird because it's kind of like not like hip hop is real music even if it's just this track that this deejays playing right. That's what it started from just the basic the basic shit. You know what I'm saying tongue table and you're like that. Did you guys ever put much thought until like how you were dressing or marketing yourselves? Because that's another thing I remember as a young kid was just being terrified because imagery was just so strong everybody shaved heads. Everybody's running all black and everybody got these crazy as boots on. It was just tease as a fly. I said nine year old. I was like Holy Shit. I never been so sure that some rabbits myself you know. We used to watch that like the tapes like guns. With first time. We watched that Jim. This is a true story. The first time we watched it though your guns video shot by Diane Martel so we all office and this little girl in the I think she was one of the executives nieces something when his first game on she started crying and ran off training. But if you play in front of a little kid probably gonNA scream and freak out. That's why we don't let kids watch movies kitchen onyx as for the kids might Biz word. You know we we. We wanted to shock to and be had to be in your face hip hop you know what? I'm saying and enroll them with Jim. J. Like he was the cap another ship. You know what I'm saying. We was some young kids from your imagine being a kid from Queens and you mean jam J run DMC in it takes you under his wing and you rolling with run DMC and I. It's like gee come true. It's like from high school this believable. You know what I'm saying is so whatever he said was the way to go. We was listening. There was no oh no. It was a creative process but he was the orchestra but so orchestrator to what extent you guys like hard headed young kids who were not really trying to hear what anybody was telling you verses realizing the importance of this person that has taken unit there wing and just being like. I have you say hard. We're doing it well. We was realized but the second album stepped out ourselves. And what do a lot of production our own thinking and like you know. He wasn't as absorbed in that album as he was in the first album. You know you only GonNa be objected to somebody. That's not fucking with you. Try To do you know what I'm saying. Parents Aleph somebody that don't see if your parents see ya visit. Then that makes you not fuck fuck with them. That makes you do your own thing that happened to me. You know what I'm saying. My hip hop website. Go to school all this shit. You know what I'm saying. I was like this is what I wanNA do so That put me in the streets early age..

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"deb chen" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"deb chen" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Link called see what's it's new. It's all like a super-g. Tell log on. I'm going to do that as better though a wreck correct so so I'm looking at it now a mine and in and yet showing me the Google assistant integration the new media controls at the bottom right of your display which is nice to have a new family link feature chromebook camera APP has been updated automatic clicks which is something if you for accessibility if you just hover over a link link for X. amount of seconds it will just click it for you so there. That's really all of their showing either in the what's new but it's a step. Do you keep a machine on Canary. I generally don't do canary I and for those who don't know Canary Canary changes almost every day if not most of the Times a day so it's constantly it's all google chromium team software changes go go into and then push it out and it gets tested and so on channel which is less than canary how often does get updated Betas updated every two weeks weeks. also the deb Chen on third device and that's updated every couple days or so and chromosomes updated roughly six weeks so you you can see a couple interruptions in Beta. You see far more in depth but things are Kinda. Maybe broken you know I wouldn't do that on a micro election machine for class. SNL run stable but yeah. It's it's nice to see an the nice thing is if you needed to restore a chromebook. It's all of a five minute process or wash josh good old. That's true. It's really easy then back. I haven't done in probably a year and probably it's hygiene just to do it Yeah I. I don't need to do it. Just make sure that any local data that you have stored on their thunderball driving every yeah no big deal so facebook also had an event today that snuck up on me yeah and they announced this. Are you going to play a horizon a massively.

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