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Modern Oracles divination with Palmistry

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:08 min | 2 months ago

Modern Oracles divination with Palmistry

"Welcome to kiss miss and mysteries. I'm your host kit chrome today as part of my month long investigation into modern oracle destination. I'm putting the art palm reading under the microscope for a closer look. Palm reading originated from ancient asia and is now popular fashionable worldwide as way of person's fate and personality by reading the lines shapes colors of a person's palm and fingers. Let's start with the question. Most often asked which hand you have read. It is believed that the right hand the dominant hand for most people represents now in the future and thus can be changed with time and experience while the left hand represents past and traits the person was born with thus it is more meaningful to take the right hand priority in palm reading though both hands for most people are pretty symmetrical few differences there but in respect to the right and left hand reading. Some say the right hand is for females while the left hand is for males for reading birth traits and then right hand for males and left hand for females for reading present and future. This is because the left hand side is associated with males and fatherhood and the right hand side of the body with females motherhood at least according to chinese traditions. But let's continue our examination palmistry with the current or most common practice. But exactly what does science have to say about palm brady. Americans continue to believe in spiritual phenomenon by the millions that according to a two thousand nine pew research center survey that found that twenty six percent of americans believe in spiritual energy and fifteen percent reports seeing a psychic in the past year but popularity doesn't equal validity. So what is the verdict from the scientific community. Cutting to the chase. They're is scientifically no evidence whatsoever to support the claims about palmistry. So says james. Herbert had psychology department interim provost at drexel university. The core claimed people make. Is that the patterns of the lines. So the palm relate to something about your personality and this can be useful as a way of assessing personality traits more useful in standard ways. Especially if we're lucky at introversion or extroversion alright. Why do people believe in palm reading. It's called the illusory correlation. The human brain is a pattern seeking oregon. We've all to look for patterns. The cost of seen a pattern. That isn't real as smaller than the cost of missing pattern. That is real. So false positives cost less than false negatives on a personal note during the mid nineteen seventies. I took a girlfriend to the renaissance fair held at the time in nevada. California near block forest. I was performing his sword fighting routine with life fencing master during one of my breaks. I escorted by gal to gypsy. Palm reader lay the twenty dollars on the table. Little round table in the middle of attempt. I sat in the corner. My girlfriend extended her right hand. Palm up across the table for the gypsy to read within moments the gypsy roll my girlfriend's fingers up and began to cry. She got up left returning the twenty dollars process three days later. My girlfriend was struck by a car and killed. Did the gypsy see this. Within days of the accident. I contacted the manager and planner of the fair and ask for the name of the palm reading gypsy. They said that she had folded her. Tent was no longer associated with the fair and that they have no information name address or phone number for her. I was told that many of the smaller booths paid one. Initial price didn't fill out any other information and that they often only stayed for a couple of days. It was odd that she had left after only half a day.

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Companies seeking out potential employees with autism

Dr. Lee Yardley

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Companies seeking out potential employees with autism

"Found about 30. Large companies actively seeking employees on the autism spectrum. Including Microsoft, J. P. Morgan and Ford. But there are still so many people with autism who are unemployed, and the numbers are growing in the next decade. Researchers at Drexel University estimate as many as 1.1 million Americans with autism will turn 18 back at autonomy works outside Chicago, Brian Sarah Brennen, Philip and Eric told us they hope more companies will start to recognize the untapped potential of people on the spectrum. What is having a job mean to you. For me? Having a job is important because it provides me with much needed structure in my life. Having the job is important to me because otherwise I would become very financially depend on my parents asking them. Can you buy me this? Can you buy me that? It's just been nice to be ableto Go home and talk to my parents about what I did during the day. They must be very proud of it. Yeah, they always say they're not surprised. So

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"drexel university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"drexel university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drexel University shows the job losses in some industries it's a lot worse than anyone thought CBS is Pam Coulter has more researchers say using data from time tracking software to produce real time employment losses they found the retail leisure and hospitality industries lost almost twenty million jobs since mid February a sixty percent decline remaining workers saw their hours cut by ten percent about a third of the employment decline due to businesses shutting down first it was hand sanitizer than toilet paper now always WBZ's Chris pharma reports you can add a new item to your list of what's in short supply at the grocery store yeah that's neat it's not that there aren't enough cattle or chickens or pigs the problem is the processing plants are the break down right now there's so many plants seen some sickness that causes them to have to close their plans for a while there's product out there but it has to be processed by somebody are the radicals at Roach brothers says they've got to meet but it's kind of a Maraj ereli cold but when you really look deep you'll realize you know there might be some chicken thighs and some chicken wings but this whole bone in chicken breasts right now they've shared well thanks to experiencing good relationships with distributors even still it's only a matter of time it's inevitable that we're going to field as well Ackles says by mother's day this situation could become dire and prices on the rise will continue to rise at least for now Chris Pham WBZ Boston news radio all right it is twelve oh eight let's check out all things business in the world of Bloomberg business good afternoon good afternoon another profoundly bad tally of the nation's job situation Laurie is convincing many Wall Street traders oppose pandemic economic recovery is going to be a far longer process than hoped that's budding heads with optimism over some states and cities loosening their covert restrictions were sold in the market today with most stocks moving lower Dow falling sixty seven points as a B. five hundred down to nasdaq thanks to some strength in Texas rising seventy eight two days ahead of the April employment report paycheck processor ADP reports the number of Americans working for businesses fell by twenty point two million last month not only a record but a blow out record the old record was eight hundred thirty five thousand during the worst of the Great Recession in early two thousand died antero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio thanks Sandra appreciate that update coming up next sports with Adam and Amy I'm listening we found some hand sanitizer and toilet paper did you hear me sorry Amy I am a bit under the weather these days I've been practicing my social distancing are you kidding there's no way I can keep six feet away from you whatever your hands touch ends up growing all over me makes sense keep my phone clean is just as important as washing my hands were you please do me a favor and finally get me a phone soap without mine I'm afraid it's only a matter of time before I get you sick.

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"drexel university" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"drexel university" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"No person with the strength and courage of the national internationally to overcome all obstacles and make a lasting impact with Steve is made Stephen was your inspiration and there is no person more deserving of this incredible honor the congressional gold medal can you see if elections while pretty cool yeah feel like this is a number of the news segment because that's really nice and heart warming and then we go to this story former Drexel University professor check out did not god one by what was it again Drexel Drexel University K. add to resign thank you ever happens in the world of academia university audit discovered he had spent a hundred and eighty five thousand dollars in federal research money where sure clubs phone no spears David says inappropriately in criminally diverted tens of thousands of dollars that were allocated for research purposes toward his own private enjoyment he even trade Drexel and tuition paying students he was paid to educate after a comprehensive investigation by our offices economic crimes unit this guy will have his day in court and what the answer for his crimes yeah after interviewing candy pepper and Steve determined holy smoke.

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"drexel university" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Is. A new program where references fill out questionnaires that get. Measured against each other to figure out just how candid someone being about how good they are certain job skills and measures what the candidate is saying against how the references stacks up to the references put some numbers on it. I just, you know, really glowing phone call or a letter. So is that working well to weed people out? Jury's still out on it. The company is a new company. They've been kind of intesting mode year in Deir they've only just started to come to market earlier this month. They want to expand in bring their product and a lot of places, but maybe people, they're going to be imported out there who just want the regular old. Three references and I wanna call, but the remains to be seen. What was very interesting in your story is how I can spot cheating on academic essays. And that kind of thing it could really be used in, in schools. And in in settings like that. Danish study that came out last month where they developed a program basically analyzing the word choices and words used in papers and compared them to pass work to see if it really was the student or maybe. Sues someone else doing it a different style of writing factors. Actually one company out there called turn it in that has already been doing something like this, you know. The. Papers to, to see if it to speechis or not. You know, they've already working many, many countries with lots of lots of different schools. So it's definitely happening there. We're speaking with marketwatch's Andrew Kastner another area, where AI is being used is in eating and health, and they can figure out who's cheating on a diet. This is an experimental outfit. Still, you know, it's not out there. It's not in available for consumer, but it's something being developed by folks over at Drexel University, and what it's doing is, it's sort of predicting based on past lapses in predicting when another diet laps could happen. So, for example, if it's late at night, and you're feeling stressed and maybe you turn to that pint of ice cream in the past time, the apple say, there's a, there's a possibility you're going to know but it's still under development. Very interesting. One good stuff for market.

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"drexel university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Andrew house technology being used to help employers with job references. The new ways is a new program where references fill out questionnaires that get. Measured against each other to figure out just how candid someone who's being about how good they are is certain job skills and measures what candidate is saying against how the references stacks up to the references and he put some numbers on it versus just, you know, really glowing phone call or a letter. So is that working well to weed people out? I think the jury's still out on it. The company doing the new company. They've been kind of interesting mode for the last year in there. They've only just started to only come to market earlier this month, they want to expand in bring their product and a lot of places, but maybe people, they're going to be imported out there who just want, the regular old, give me. Three references and I wanna call but the remains to be seen Andrew. I thought, what was very interesting in your story is how a I can spot cheating unacademic essays in that kind of thing, it could really be used in, in schools, and in settings like that. That's right. Well, there was one Danish study that came out last month where they developed a program basically analyzing the word choices in words used in papers and compared them to pass work to see if it really was the student or maybe. Sues someone else doing a different style of writing factors. Actually one company out there called turn it in that has already been doing something like this ain't allies ING, you know, the, the word usage in papers to deceive suspicious or not. And they've, you know, they've already working many, many countries with lots of lots of different schools. So it's, it's definitely happening there. We're speaking with marketwatch's Andrew cash ner. Another area where AI is being used is in eating and health, and they can figure out who's teaching on a diet. That's right. This is an experimental outfit still, you know, it's not out there. It's not in, you know, available for consumers yet, but it's something being developed by folks over at Drexel University, and what it's doing as is it sort of predicting based on past lapses in a diet. It's predicting. When another diet laps could happen. So, for example, if it's late at night, and you're feeling stressed and maybe you turn to that pint of ice cream in the past this time the apple say the there's a there's a possibility you're going to lap. No, no. But it still under development, but yes, a very interesting one good stuff for market marketwatch's. Andrew cash.

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"drexel university" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on Rotated Views

"That's what the three number twelve and Bishen rains, a number thirteen the tro and. The blessed came along along the way to right wasn't. It wasn't initially part of lake for right and the blessed drag had so many the blessed lifestyle brain had such an impact in this process. That's what I'm saying since we delayed the album release. Because of was I figured it was only appropriate to bless the album with attract called blessed literally, and it talks about faith, hard work. And gratitude so that wasn't on the initial track list, but we added it. We took some stuff out we rearrange some stuff we combined it a couple of tracks just to squeeze that. In the same thing with the views of uses basically is based off the rotate views podcasts and was again had such an impact on my life. That in itself is motivation for me that I thought that it was appropriate for the motivation files unleashed along with the blush track. And and just one of those things that felt like we kept going back and it allowed us to really fine. Tune not only the tracks put the wording there's a lot of stuff that I am. So happy happened because I'm thinking back now, I'm like, oh, man. We definitely wouldn't have released our best at this point as we sit here both completely exhausted from this process because again, literally to people did everything there's no other. No any other anyone outside of the videos, obviously what I'm saying. Like putting this whole thing together. Not. I mean, they, you know, just gave produced. You mean you for like, whatever hours at night. I mean, guys if you know gives an IT guy, you know, in my day jobs. I work a medical records. If you guys even know, you know, this stuff is our passion. We're doing this for both have fulltime jobs. I'm going I'm attending Drexel University for my master's degree. I have a baby that seven months old and my son James before obviously, I'm married, and.

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"drexel university" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on Rotated Views

"That's what the three number twelve and Bishen rains, a number thirteen the tro and. The blessed came along along the way to right wasn't. It wasn't initially part of lake for right and the blessed drag had so many the blessed lifestyle brain had such an impact in this process. That's what I'm saying since we delayed the album release. Because of was I figured it was only appropriate to bless the album with attract called blessed literally, and it talks about faith, hard work. And gratitude so that wasn't on the initial track list, but we added it. We took some stuff out we rearrange some stuff we combined it a couple of tracks just to squeeze that. In the same thing with the views of uses basically is based off the rotate views podcasts and was again had such an impact on my life. That in itself is motivation for me that I thought that it was appropriate for the motivation files unleashed along with the blush track. And and just one of those things that felt like we kept going back and it allowed us to really fine. Tune not only the tracks put the wording there's a lot of stuff that I am. So happy happened because I'm thinking back now, I'm like, oh, man. We definitely wouldn't have released our best at this point as we sit here both completely exhausted from this process because again, literally to people did everything there's no other. No any other anyone outside of the videos, obviously what I'm saying. Like putting this whole thing together. Not. I mean, they, you know, just gave produced. You mean you for like, whatever hours at night. I mean, guys if you know gives an IT guy, you know, in my day jobs. I work a medical records. If you guys even know, you know, this stuff is our passion. We're doing this for both have fulltime jobs. I'm going I'm attending Drexel University for my master's degree. I have a baby that seven months old and my son James before obviously, I'm married, and.

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Germs In The Bathroom

The Pulse

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Germs In The Bathroom

"They worried that the putrid gas could harm your great great great grandfather's health as he sat on the toilet reading the Sunday paper. But after the bacteriological revolution fears about sewer gases gave way to concerns about germs collecting in bathrooms. One casualty of this war on germ 's was the occupant bathroom because what late nineteenth century home wasn't complete without a bathroom with drapes. Wood cabinets and carpets. That's right carpeted bathrooms. Do the bacteriological revolution would flush out, carpets drapes and porous would cabinet Trie in favor of free. Standing white porcelain toilets tile floors and porcelain, sinks and showers would eventually become mainstays and to make sure that your white toilet didn't have any streaks. Engineers also came up with a more powerful to officially dispose of waste in. The new porcelain Phil bathroom. There was nowhere for germs to hide and the bathroom became a centerpiece in the war on germs on average people flush. Six to seven times per day. So next time you do remember that our fear of germs and some pretty gross carpeting helped make the bathroom. What it is today? That's Michael you Dell from Drexel University in Philadelphia and much of the research for his story comes from Nancy tomes book the cost of germs. Speaking of germs. We got a question from a listener here's Mike from riverton, New Jersey. Of recycling. I recently bought some sandwich field stores.

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"drexel university" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"If you are out of those then that may prompt more people to put sticky notes up, okay? And at the same time, you know, if you're hungry and you haven't eaten maybe you gotta get up a little early to go. Make sure you get a sticking out. All I know is that we talked about a couple of these. We talked about same cafe in Denver, and we talked about. Philly Philly in Philly, and I tried to do a little bit of research just to see where these where they're getting their funding from right? And the first thing we looked at was eat, and it looked like they were tied in with a college Drexel University in Philly. College funded which makes there's probably some state money coming in there somewhere. Yeah. And then I go look at the one same cafe in Denver, and it doesn't take private collie. Oh, really? Okay. But the don't a lot of private colleges still take state money because if by take state money, they allow people with stood at loans and Pell grads, then yes, they take state money. Right. But I did the same way the state university system is funded by the state I'll keep digging into that. But when I look at same cafe in Denver, they accept donations and things like that. But they also get donations through their community partners like certified green Denver, which if you click on the link here, it takes you to the city of Denver. If you go to Denver botanical gardens, which is another funding source, then there's ties to local government. They they.

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"drexel university" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is your host Christine miles with our co host Hank Boyer from Boyer management group. Mary Pat Kessler from sabre systems Filaret from sabre systems and Tim Walters from sabre systems, we have a great lineup of guests today. Could you tell us who's going to be on the show? Yes, we've got Tom to Charro who is CIO of Drexel University. We have Sam wall strategic counselor and adviser from Sam Walsh company, entry Mark shrimp CIO of blank, Rome and Ray Mungo CEO of Mungo career development. And I'd like to thank sabre systems for hosting the show today. Thank you, Hank. It's my pleasure to introduce our first guest, Tom Chiro. He is the CIO of Drexel University. Tom, what is Drexel University Drexel University is a comprehensive research university located in downtown Philadelphia, and how many students do you serve twenty six thousand. And what do you do? There is the CIO. I'm responsible for technology. Across the entire enterprise, including the college of medicine, and that includes all students all faculty professional staff. Okay. Wow. So where did you grow up? Tom. I grew up in Brooklyn, New York and how many brothers and sisters. Did you have to Rutgers in two sisters, and where are you on the petty mortar? I am fourth fourth five. So you just missed being the baby. Correct. So what's what's it like being almost the youngest of five? So I think it gave me somewhat of an advantage because my parents had been experienced enough with three before me that the sort of let me do whatever I needed to do. And I think it really taught me about how to take risks. Well, that sounds like you that you made that into an advantage that not everybody considers that advantage. Right. So, but you liked it. You liked being able to be kind of a free to do some things and take some chances, whatever I asked my parents say listen, I want to give this a go. It was a shore. So it was it was almost like I interpreted that as encouragement, and and that sort of evolved, my personality style along the way you mentioned in. Green room interview that that you felt like you could try anything. Yeah. How does that tie into the work that you do students at Drexel so working in technology in the university is really fascinating. Because with the way technology changes in moose today. It really keeps you on your toes, and you have to constantly learn and constantly evolve. And and given my personality style. That's what keeps me charged up and helping them try things. I would imagine. Exactly, right. So go ahead, Hank. So you mentioned you grew up in Brooklyn. And that's a community of neighborhoods, isn't it? That's correct. And you described it in the green room is sort of a melting pot. And yet here you are you grow up in a very tight knit family. I think you had other relatives. So how do you marry that melting pot and a close knit family today with your team at Drexel? So from a family perspective. My my mom's brothers and sisters who are around the house all the time. And so the they had a lot of influence on us as well. And. Mom was one of how many my mom is one of five five. So you have four siblings. Crying you have your mother's siblings around. Correct. And they have very few. Okay. So but still a lot of people around a lot of people around. So tell us more with what happened is you've got to observe all of these people and how they interacted and it gave us an opportunity really all my siblings to see how tight knit they were. And how much they trusted each other. And how much they could depend on each other for support. You're you're what role does trust half? So trust is enormous because in any in any position, you have of leadership you really need to develop trust and you develop trust by building interpersonal relationships, and I have to do that with everybody the senior leadership team on the administrative side of the university with all of the deans and the faculty at once you build that trust, then you're able to be more effective, and you actually increase your sphere of influence, Tom in the green room when you were talking about your childhood. You told us about the role that the Catholic church had in your life with your family. Can you tell the listeners so growing up? I went to a Catholic parochial school up through eighth grade. I had an opportunity to be an altar boy, which was kind of a fascinating time sort of got you out of class once in a while, which was my original motivation to tell the truth, and then I ended up with a job in the summers from when I was about thirteen years old to open the church and lay out the priest's vestments. And so I also have the interaction interaction with. And people around the church, including the priests and others, and it was sort of a fascinating and fun time. Tom was special. I mean, you what was special about that job? You said it was what seven days a week. It was seven days a week through the whole summer from about five thirty in the morning until the church closed at during weekdays it could close as early as noon other times, maybe a little bit later, and then weekends was pretty much all day thirteen that's a lot of responsibility. I'm just wondering, Tom why were you selected? Why did they pick you to open that church? So when I was an altar boy, I had a reputation of being very. Reliable as a matter of fact, when I graduated I really did give me an award multiple awards. So so I guess I had that reputation of reliability trusted. Yeah. Ten. Yeah. So as CIO of Drexel sure you've been around computers, your whole life me tell us how young you are. When you first started maybe playing around with computers, and what interested you? So prior to like when the first PC's were around. I was taking tons of stuff apart. Whatever whenever something broke in the house, a TV would vacuum tubes. And things of that nature when the when the first IBM and apple PC's around that was right about when I was ready to enter college. And so I was intrigued with the technology. And so decided I was going to major in computer science, right right from the get-go there. Yes, tom. I your parents are both first generation from Italy. So you talked about college. So how important was education. Are you getting a college education your parents? So my mother was the one who really influenced everyone go to school because she had just a high school education. My dad didn't actually finish high school. And so she wanted to make sure that we were all going to be successful in our lives. And so we we did we ever we had to do to try to get to school. How many kids got how many of your siblings? Got college degrees. Everyone has college degrees in three of us have masters degrees. And you you had an opportunity not to Ticao. Yeah. Well, when I was in high school, I found that actually quite easy and took a lot of the typical for years of math and science, and such, but I also was in jul- making shop and we used to cash rings and do all kinds of really interesting stuff. And so I had a job offer from my shop teacher right out of high school. But I knew that wasn't really gonna take me where I wanted to go. You mentioned. Growing up that your uncle was a bit of an influence. What was he like, my uncle was an insurance salesman, and he had an office in the basement of the house right next door to where we lived. And so he was always around doing. So he was he was involved in lots of lots of things probably some I can't talk about. But. But he was sort of a bastion negotiator. And when whenever he was working on something related to let's say he needed to get the city of New York to come and fix a leaky pipe that was out in the street and causing a problem. He always found a way, and he did it by by utilizing his charm and really being nice about his approach. He never really took a stance where he was banging this fist on the table. And and demanding things. So when you're negotiating for Drexel. What do you hear him whispering in your ear and those tough negotiations? So it's kind of interesting because observing him at the time. I didn't really realize I was really picking anything up. But what would you have to do is you you really get yourself in a situation where? Negotiating you both parties have to come out like they win. And so I think that's the most important thing that he he he led me to believe because at the end of the day both parties are happy. You have a good go. She did mention being fourth out of fifth. I'm times the middle child is among the siblings negotiating conciliatory peacemaking zone. Among your siblings. Are there times when you saw yourself maybe having some middle child type of role with your siblings? So I could say there are sometimes in sometimes I was the instigator. So it's really. I could I gotta take responsibility for both sides. That's part of being in that middle, right? Being able to play both sides. I want to make a connection Hank asks you about growing up in Brooklyn. And you said that you were largely in an Italian neighborhood. And then over time things migrated and different different people were moving in. But also a little bit more about Drexel, the story of Drexel really goes back the perception. And what people think Drexel is it really started as a college that serves the people that worked in factoring comedians evolved over time. So watch talk a little bit about that just about one hundred and twenty five years old and went from the Drexel institute to Drexel University college we have now fifteen colleges and schools with a heavy focus in the medical school at engineering, computer science, and even cybersecurity also in the arts in media, art media design, and so the university has cooperative education program so students who come to Drexel after their first year, actually, go and work within their fields. Six months out of the year. And they go to school for six months. So how did growing up in a first generation immigrant family and living in Brooklyn? How does that Tida your work with Drexel, and how you bring a community together of students that come from different places show. It's it's really all about building community, and camaraderie, and so I think you have to do that not only with students, but you have to do that with your staff I have about one hundred and seventy five people working in my organization, we get together once a quarter and do all hands meetings. We do some team building. But not not to the level. I'd like to because the organization so large, Tom. I'm I'm confused. You certainly talked about your interest in taking things apart and computers. But you talk a lot more about people than technology. Why is that? Well, I think you need you need to have both skills. They're critical skills. And what you see? Sometimes you have engineers. I have an engineering background. I kind of think like an engineer. I'm very logical. But if if your focus is primarily on the problem, you're trying to solve without factoring in other components. You really do a disservice to your to yourself in the organization you represent. So you get that from your mom. So I, you know, that's something that evolved. I I got someone from my family, but I also had some great mentors when I was working at IBM. I had. Sort of a significant amount of mentorship there, and you can see that you have to factor in what the what the political climate is even in a corporation along with problem, you're trying to solve and really come up with the right mix to make it. Make yourself affect fantastic. Let's the website address for dot EDU. What's that again? Please Drexel dot EDU..

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"drexel university" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Really stands out when it was fun to discover all of these different ideas but the one that really fascinated me i think was hyper and the reason that i found pipe fascinating is because it's this bitpart player in a story that people tell a lot which is the story of the sin bug press when i was working on the book and on the the radio series fifty things that made them on konomi people saying oh you must you must write about the bug press it revolutionized literacy in europe gave us the textbook in the newspaper and all all sorts of ferocious wars and really changed the world but the press wouldn't have worked a tool without an inexpensive writing surface on we had things that we could write on animals can parchments but they simply weren't economically viable without paper to paper as this very simple cheap material that changes the world and it's often that the simple cheap stuff that gets very little attention but actually is won't really has a profound effect there's a more modern one on your list that everybody uses somehow every day and i can remember a time when there weren't any in that's bar codes and you know before barcodes were products just had little stickers with numbers on them and you had to ring them up at the register and really the the barcode changed everything yeah it is a fascinating story say the idea has been developed independently several times but the the most famous example and i think the precursor of the modern bach owed and it's a gentleman cold end joseph woodland and woodland she'll off to the second world war while i was working at drexel university and he was given the task of trying to speed up tail and he went to hang out at his grandparents house by the beach i think it's down it was down in florida he was sitting on the beach and he was thinking of his time in the boy scouts and he dragged his fingers in this big lazy circle through the sand and he was thinking the boy scouts morse code knee look down and created a sort of bullseye of grooves and ridges and he realized that you could create that sorta shape and the grooves and the ridges could stand for dots and dashes you could convey kind of coat and in fact.

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"drexel university" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"That's like one of the easiest ways to kinda moving at the other one that wanted share which is pretty interesting eyes out at two drexel university on philly last week uh go eagles by the way at a through that and they're goes the viewer or the theory seattle area and go what did they say never never she with the kids the animals are talk sports on radio okay so there are no animals your second but anyway they're doing a piece where they're working on the intake process of a patient at the hospital in order to get through empathy of what a patient feels like like hospitals irs can be scary for a lot of people and they're like well sit down here and then i will year round you're gonna go over here get your blood pressure checked and then i'm gonna ask for your idea is going to put you in into an elevator so at the dead is a made a camera rig into a wheelchair and they have somebody pushing the wheelchair around and so in that case again your brain can handle it because it's a smooth locomotion there's a started stop is a logical reason that you're there so good tell me about who will be using this and when applications so right now we see this too like primary pillars of adoption right now in vr content creation one are professional video augur furs or even m video enthusiasts who already have a fairly good understanding of four k video and that they actively use forgave video which in and of itself has got a lot of loopholes i because it's a lot of data and if people are used to shooting it it it can hang them up but and usually there are people who are already making money shooting um he could be a parttime job it could be there fulltime job but their clients are asking about vr i keep hearing about vr what can what can we do and so they're buying into the views camera so that they can start to offer and provide solutions for their clients today without their clients having to open up quartermillion darpa.

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"drexel university" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Come april 15th they got a tax bill on that conversion so under the old rules the tax rules anyway allow an investor to reverse the conversion we called it a re characterization and then he could move the converted funds and any earnings on those funds to date back to the traditional ira better yet investors would happened joe october 15th of in this example but i'm using 2018 to actually unwind or we characterize as long as you filed an extension on your income tax return you know that six month extension thumb april fifteen to october 15th as a result the conversion will be treated as if it never occurred and investor could still reconvert those same funds after like a 30day waiting period so you could still do it but he had until october 15th to unwind what she did the prior year unfortunately the new tax law signed just before christmas changed the rules it repeal the use of re character as asians beginning january one twenty eight tina there was some confusion over that the confusion has been cleared up so if you did this in 2017 you'll still be able to do it so i i have a couple of examples here from anthony p curatolo la my peep from uh road drexel university mmd went the drexel philadelphia guy anyway uh here said two examples that.

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"drexel university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Middle of the highway to fire shots in a virginia state trooper dennis stafford county sheriff's deputy who had started chasing a few miles later a narrowly escaped being shot current geller with virginia state police says the bullets actually law in the squad car seats but neither officer fired back in both are safe the forty two year old eventually crashed and flicked his car he died at a hospital busy i 95 was shut for hours max smith abc news fairfax virginia in ohio police chief facing federal charges for allegedly exchanging nude photos with a sixteen year old girl thirty six year old andrew salman was arrested yesterday by members will be taskforce and investigate cybercrimes in child pornography the teen says she in salman exchanged hundreds of email over two week period in november solomon who were apparently first encountered the girl in october while investigating unruly child complaints has been placed on administrative leave a drexel university professor says he's being forced to quit his job after receiving multiple death threats of course and scott carr has more what you're seeing is a broad wave of aggression against faculty the american association of university professors reports more than one hundred incidents have targetted harassment against college professors in the past year white supremacy and racism that's really the common thread these are anti racist faculty members drexel global studies professor george chikkar alomar has been teaching his clashed remotely for his own safety he says after a year of harassment by rightwing whitesupremicist media outlets and internet mobs reacting to his twitter posts mocking white racist you're seeing farright websites creating stoking outranged attacking faculty members who dare to speak now he's quitting his job at drexler effective this week i'm scott carr actress drew barrymore his shooting down some ongoing rumors kelly night as details manner taiman tonight's newsroom in hollywood santa clarita diets are drew barrymore says despite other people's claims she has not had any work done the forty two year old actress says she is happy that she has an age like an old leather bag and that she has never touched your face ever the state of alabama has released the names of nearly twenty three thousand right in candidates to potentially take attorney general jeff sessions vacated seat now held by doug jones those written in.

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"drexel university" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Hunts odorico so it's like so we had a look at him i'm like the of galaxies if i looked at him like what does that mean or he'll save vice versa like oh what that means this rate uh you know it just goes back and forth hand names but it's actually cool that like you can spend half a day going back and forth but yeah so it's it's definitely like helps our i'm charlie force on the like talked to him or and everything to his holy to on help help it along a urban for me i think it was a buckling down and being able to start my neck's chapter with uh schooling and entering into the uh nba program at drexel university and just you know just the start of it because a lot of stuff is like honeys as like selfdoubt i don't know dunno can i do that again am i was i just a young bowl of energy back when i was at temple and i just i just you know basically bummer ocd that's how i got through can i handle that i have a family now of you know you know a lot going on a very demanding job of me can i do this you know to me at all and now needs yeah exactly all those questions that are usually flying three hair like i don't know but then had at one would i know you know what i mean like if if i were due to just two scopefor egg their leap yen i just i went for i think beyond drexel i just think it was or beyond the programme up i think it was just the defeating the doubt for me was the my one of my favorite accomplishments because it was like i could easily talk myself great added that any under and the other part led to has i is easy to and just like.

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"drexel university" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Ciccarelli mar a political science professor at drexel university he is calling hurry suggesting for targeted gun control for domestic violence offenders and as i showed you the fbi profile or said that than the percentage of mass shooters who are uh who have previously committed domestic violence is very very small but in that proposal he mentions whiteness white as is never seen as a cause in and of itself of these kinds of massacres of other forms of violence despite the fact that whiteness is a structure of privilege and as the structure of power and a structure that when it feels threatened you know he says lashes out so again this is part of the philosophy of calling comments and of this professor that somehow we are under threat so i'm asking you are you do you feel threatened do you feel that do women and minorities have taken a place at the table and that their pushing you out i'm wondering because if this so it's driving to mass killings i want to get to the bottom of it and you could see him treating it with a little bit of a tongueincheek here but that's the way that's world these these are smart people they spend their time at university right they're not making this stuff up are they what does it just come out of a view of the world that is not necessarily the world that you're a part of i look at these things and i see silliness i look at these things that i see people who are trying to justify their own philosophy maybe i'm the crazy one eight three three eight five two four eight six six i'm looking for actual practical things i can take to the bank here and if you give me whiteness you kinda leave me hanging here you know i'm looking for a better way to make a list of.

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"drexel university" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on KELO

"Eight hundred two two eight forty four thirty five the usual hateful stuff is also going on out there in regard to uh this debate i i just ate professor is blaming the las vegas massacre on trumpism it's the narrative of white victimization there were seen play out here and this this is at drexel university a professor was says that white people in men will go shooting sprees when they don't get what they want to matt that's where this is coming from you know i your stuff like that just beside it being patently ridiculous on its face um you notice that win this bernie sanders supporter this liberal socialist who opened fire at the congressional baseball game in june what are we hear that all you care politics has nothing to do with it you can't jump to any conclusions this is one person and i agreed is one person with his own motives whatever but the hypocrites of the left i'm telling you infuriate me now this shooting happens all its white privilege its white men who pose the greatest threat to you know freedom they're the ones who are most likely to undertake one of these shootings just amazing to me to watch how um the left will of victimize i should say demonize rather demonize their political opponents three three six 1320 is our number one eight.

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"drexel university" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Sixty eight dollar tuition payment to drexel university says the part that struck me right thing that is now the cost of a oneweek meal plan yeah you can get a couple of books for that right and our gordon a young boy in argentina is making news for the unusual sounds coming out of his mouth the boy reportedly swallowed a piece from a pet toy recently end if a video posted by an emergency room doctor is to be believed he now can't stop squeaking in the month that's the unhcr all roy goodness yes he ahouo for a wild was at your old for a while it appeared he sounded like a shoot to i every time he breathed out the doctor told the huffington post that the toys whistle was stuck between the boys larynx and farag's thankfully using local anesthesia the doctor was able to remove the sweetener from the boy's throat and he has since we covered the doctor says he's never seen anything like that in his life in posted the video to facebook to warn people about the dangers of swallowing things and it might work as the clinton has now been viewed well over nine million times now did the doctor pose that on facebook really is a warning or was the doctor merely trying to generate some publicity city he for his business advertisement perhaps why i mean he was quick with that video isn't it yeah but met right up there in the kids the kids eight yes he's got something stuck in his trickier yes between the larynx in the firing as you point out yes that the first need is part a phone and recorded look what you've been in you've been in hospitals before gordon you know that it takes a little while to get things moving sometimes years a lot of sitting around even if you're an emergency room there is a lot of sitting around so they might have a little bit of time on their hands any athlete devil's advocate and ask them to do it again yet right did i say yeah it again and then they whooped it actually looked at three four times in the videos to this thought was apparent idled think i'd be happy valves that kids parent yeah mom was super nervous according to the description in the.

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"drexel university" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"drexel university" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Dollars tuition payment to drexel university says the part that struck me rice thing that is now the cost of a oneweek meal plan can get apple books for that right and now gordon a young boy in argentina is making news for the unusual sounds coming out of his mouth the boy reportedly swallowed a piece from a pet toy recently end of a video posted by an emergency room doctor is to be believed he now can't stop squeaking months that's the unhcr all roy goodness yes he of who a for a wild who is that your old for a while it appeared he sounded like a shoot to every time he breathed out the doctor told the huffington post that the toys whistle was stuck between the boys larynx of farag's thankfully using local anesthesia the doctor was able to remove the sweetener from the boy's throat and he has since recovered the doctor says he's never seen anything like that in his life and posted the video to facebook to warn people about the dangers of swallowing things and it might work as the clip is now been viewed well over nine million times now to the doctor post that on facebook really is a warning or was the doctor merely trying to generate some publicity leslie he for his business advertisement perhaps want me he was quick with that video wasn't it yeah but met right up there it's the kids eight yes he's got something stuck in his trickier yes between the larynx in the firing says a you point out yes it is that the person who fought to fall and recorded look well you've been and you've been in hospitals before gordon you know that it takes a little while to get things moving sometime here's a lotta sitting around even if you're an emergency room there's a lot of sitting around so they might have a little bit of time on their hands and athlete devil's advocate and ask them to do it again yet raided act yeah julian and then they looked it actually lifted a fourtime video service i was apparent idled think i'd be happy valves that kids parent yeah mom was super nervous according to the description in the.

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