35 Burst results for "Each Block"

Garland scores 24 points, Cavaliers beat Bulls 115-92

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 hrs ago

Garland scores 24 points, Cavaliers beat Bulls 115-92

"Darius Darius garland garland in in rookie rookie Evan Evan moblie moblie carried carried the the Cavaliers Cavaliers to to a a one one fifteen fifteen ninety ninety two two thrashing thrashing of of the the bulls bulls garland garland had had twenty twenty four four points points and and six six assists assists in in Cleveland's Cleveland's fifth fifth win win in in seven seven games games moblie moblie shot shot eight eight of of eleven eleven and and finished finished with with sixteen sixteen points points nine nine rebounds rebounds and and a a season season high high five five blocks blocks is is very very fun fun every every time time we we go go out out and and play play like like that that it's it's always always fun fun playing playing with with my my guys guys winning winning this this is is a a fun fun game game the the Cavaliers Cavaliers took took command command in in the the third third quarter quarter when when Kevin Kevin love love sank sank three three three three pointers pointers in in the the one one fifty fifty seven seven span span to to extend extend their their lead lead to to seventy seventy eight eight fifty fifty six six Zach Zach lavine's lavine's scored scored twenty twenty three three points points and and had had nine nine assists assists for for Chicago Chicago which which had had its its four four game game winning winning streak streak snapped snapped the the bulls bulls played played their their second second straight straight game game without without leading leading scorer scorer demar demar DeRozan DeRozan due due to to culvert culvert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol on on the the ferry ferry

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Judge blocks Biden vaccine mandate for federal contractors

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Judge blocks Biden vaccine mandate for federal contractors

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting a a federal federal judge judge blocks blocks the the Biden Biden administration administration from from enforcing enforcing a a covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine mandate mandate the the blighted blighted ministration ministration has has hit hit another another roadblock roadblock in in its its efforts efforts to to implement implement coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine mandates mandates U. U. S. S. district district judge judge R. R. Stan Stan Baker Baker in in Augusta Augusta Georgia Georgia has has blocked blocked the the administration administration from from enforcing enforcing a a cobit cobit nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine mandate mandate for for employees employees of of federal federal contractors contractors Baker Baker issued issued the the stay stay blocking blocking enforcement enforcement of of the the mandate mandate to to nationwide nationwide it's it's the the latest latest in in a a series series of of vaccine vaccine mandates mandates set set backs backs for for the the administration administration as as Republican Republican led led states states and and others others have have been been successfully successfully challenging challenging federal federal vaccine vaccine requirements requirements all all three three of of Biden's Biden's broad broad vaccine vaccine mandates mandates affecting affecting the the private private sector sector have have now now been been put put on on hold hold by by courts courts might might cross cross CEO CEO Washington Washington

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NYC Man Out on Bail Reform, Brutally Beats 2 Women in 'Violent, Unprovoked' Attacks Then Released Again

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:44 min | 1 d ago

NYC Man Out on Bail Reform, Brutally Beats 2 Women in 'Violent, Unprovoked' Attacks Then Released Again

"We're witnessing a country that is on the brink. And instead of worrying about, I'm reading about a 23 year old punk monster coward. 23 year old piece of excrement named Daryl Johnson. Listen to this story from the New York Post. A man charged with beating a guy last year was dumped back onto the street thanks to so called bail reform, only to allegedly pummel two women on the upper west side Thursday and be freed again. Daryl Johnson left one of his random female victims show brutally beaten that she suffered a quote disfiguring laceration to her face. Law enforcement sources told the New York Post yesterday. Now this guy has more than a dozen arrests. He was hit with assault and harassment charges when he beat the man. In August of 2020, he allegedly punched his victim about the face with a closed fist multiple times, then he used his feet to kick and stomp the man. But a judge had to release him without any bail. Because none of the charges were eligible for incarceration under revamped state laws. Then, with that case, still pending. This evil monster went up to a 50 year old woman at Broadway and west 79th in Manhattan around 9 20 a.m. Thursday morning. A beat her in a violent, unprovoked attack. This woman was literally scarred for life. She has a disfiguring scar now on her face. Three minutes later, the guy assaulted another woman, a block away, police say. In that incident, he walked up to a 32 year old woman on west 80th street. Pounding her in the face. Both women, women, were taken to saint Luke's hospital. In court, now brace yourself. Sit down if you're standing. Manhattan prosecutors recommended that this guy be released. A request, the judge

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GOP Rep. Nunes leaving Congress for Trump social media firm

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

GOP Rep. Nunes leaving Congress for Trump social media firm

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting G. G. O. O. P. P. representative representative Devin Devin Nunez Nunez is is leaving leaving the the house house to to join join former former president president trump's trump's new new social social media media firm firm Republican Republican representative representative Devin Devin Nunes Nunes of of California California is is leaving leaving Congress Congress at at the the end end of of the the year year to to join join former former president president Donald Donald trump's trump's fledgling fledgling media media company company a a statement statement from from the the trump trump media media and and technology technology group group says says Nunez Nunez will will serve serve as as chief chief executive executive officer officer Nunez Nunez was was one one of of trump's trump's most most devoted devoted loyalists loyalists in in Congress Congress the the house house intelligence intelligence committee committee impeachment impeachment hearing hearing in in November November twenty twenty nineteen nineteen Nunez Nunez said said it's it's obvious obvious that that Democrats Democrats are are trying trying to to topple topple the the president president solely solely because because they they despise despise the the company company trump trump is is launching launching is is intended intended to to rival rival Twitter Twitter which which blocks blocks trump's trump's account account in in January January following following the the storming storming of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington

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'The Laptop From Hell' Author Miranda Devine on the Handling of the Hunter Biden Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:52 min | 2 d ago

'The Laptop From Hell' Author Miranda Devine on the Handling of the Hunter Biden Story

"Welcome back to America first one on one with Miranda divine. Miranda, what the book is now, everybody has to get laptop from hell. Let's start with not what you found out and what's on the laptop from hell. As a journalist, let's start with the media's handling of it. The even the amazing cover of the book, Eric, if you could bring the cover up again, even the cover of the book is from a photograph from Hunter Biden's collection of his not exactly PG rated material that if you posted these photographs during the campaign, you were censored Twitter, Facebook would delete or block your account because of your use of these photographs, which in no way shape or form were stolen or doctored. So talk to us as a media professional about the way the Hunter Biden story has been handled by the legacy media and also from the subtext of your book's title, social media's significant handling of the story. Thanks. Sebastian, that photograph on the cover is actually a hunter to selfie taken on one of his benders in Vegas lying in bed at the palms casino, and one of his numerous visits to debauchery. And look, it was incredible. I guess I wasn't surprised at the hostility to our reporting back in October of 2020. Imager Morris wrote a magnificent story that very first day on October 14th, 2020, which was distilling, I guess some of the most pertinent emails that were in the laptop and that Rudy Giuliani had given us and that Rudy Giuliani and his lawyer had spent many weeks digging through and finding what they thought and bringing to our attention what they thought were the most obviously. Problematic emails for Joe Biden. And the one that we've chose to run with on that first day was an email from hunters Ukrainian benefactor from burisma, which was a an energy company corrupt energy company, which was paying him $83,000 plus a month to do not very much to sit on its board. And the dim positives are riding to hunter and emails saying thank you so much for letting me make your father last night in Washington. And so this flew in the face of Joe Biden's frequent refrain during the campaign that he knew nothing about his son Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings. And that was a lie. He lied to the American people

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Matt Walsh Describes Event Being Cancelled at Saint Louis University

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Matt Walsh Describes Event Being Cancelled at Saint Louis University

"What happened with that mad You were going out to this is supposed to be I believe a Catholic university and you were supposed to give a speech and did I read this story correctly that they tried to cancel you out there at a Catholic university for doing like Catholic stuff Did I read that right Oh you did Multiple times And I'm Catholic myself and I was invited to speak at a Catholic university on the pro life issue And as most people know the Catholic Church has a firm position on that issue and says that abortion is intrinsically evil which it is So you would think it's like a match made in heaven I can go and talk about this But the most hostile reception I've ever received was at this Catholic university And the second most hospital have to say was also at another Christian university So what does that tell you And we are kicked out of one venue and we went and then the church on campus said okay we'll take you And then there was a petition that was started against me in the faculty and staff signed a statement saying we don't want him And so then the church apologized for inviting me and they kick me out too and we landed on our third venue which was just across campus It was actually technically off campus across the street from the campus And I did the event It went great but we had must have been a hundred or more leftist protesters who showed up to my event blocking traffic protesting And I did there's video that I went out to the street to talk to them to this hoard And I guess they weren't expecting that I walked out to the street just to say hello And they all started backing away and I told them to get off the street and they did and that was kind of nice But the fact that at a Catholic university this is not just like an attack on differing points of view and on free expression It's that also But it's even worse because this is the expression of moral truth that we shouldn't kill babies fully in line with Catholic teaching and that that wouldn't be welcome on a Catholic campus is really really sad and

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Warriors bounce back to end Suns' franchise-record win streak at 18

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Warriors bounce back to end Suns' franchise-record win streak at 18

"The the sun sun has has set set on on Phoenix's Phoenix's winning winning streak streak as as the the warriors warriors cruised cruised to to a a one one eighteen eighteen ninety ninety six six winter winter and and the the Suns Suns franchise franchise record record eighteen eighteen game game streak streak Stephan Stephan curry curry bounced bounced back back from from a a career career worst worst for for for for twenty twenty one one shooting shooting night night in in Tuesday's Tuesday's loss loss at at Phoenix Phoenix to to score score twenty twenty three three points points on on six six of of eleven eleven three three point point shooting shooting yeah yeah good good vibes vibes around around what what we're we're doing doing is is good good energy energy with with bounce bounce back back from from tough tough losses losses really really well well so so we we can can on on our our business business right right now now and and your your Wagan Wagan said said Gary Gary Payton Payton the the second second added added nineteen nineteen points points apiece apiece in in the the nineteen nineteen and and three three warriors warriors eighth eighth win win in in nine nine games games deandre deandre Ayton Ayton had had twenty twenty three three points points to to lead lead the the nineteen nineteen and and four four sons sons who who suffered suffered their their first first loss loss since since October October twenty twenty seventh seventh against against Sacramento Sacramento I'm I'm guessing guessing cool cool block block the the sun sun has has set set on on Phoenix's Phoenix's winning winning streak streak as as the the warriors warriors cruised cruised to to a a one one eighteen eighteen ninety ninety six six win win to to end end the the Suns Suns franchise franchise record record eighteen eighteen game game streak streak Stephan Stephan curry curry bounced bounced back back from from a a career career worst worst for for for for twenty twenty one one shooting shooting died died in in Tuesday's Tuesday's loss loss at at Phoenix Phoenix to to score score twenty twenty three three points points on on six six of of eleven eleven three three point point shooting shooting yeah yeah good good vibes vibes around around what what we're we're doing doing is is good good energy energy with with bounce bounce back back from from tough tough losses losses really really well well so so we we can can

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Senate passes stopgap funding bill, avoiding shutdown

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Senate passes stopgap funding bill, avoiding shutdown

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the Senate Senate passes passes a a stop stop gap gap funding funding bill bill avoiding avoiding a a government government shutdown shutdown the the threat threat of of a a late late year year federal federal government government shutdown shutdown was was averted averted Thursday Thursday night night as as Congress Congress passed passed a a stopgap stopgap spending spending bill bill that that funds funds the the government government through through February February eighteenth eighteenth the the Senate Senate passed passed the the measure measure late late Thursday Thursday with with Majority Majority Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer boasting boasting I'm I'm happy happy to to let let the the American American people people know know that that government government remains remains open open the the bill bill passed passed sixty sixty nine nine twenty twenty eight eight despite despite a a bid bid by by Republican Republican senator senator Mike Mike Lee Lee of of Utah Utah to to block block the the measure measure to to show show opposition opposition to to Biden Biden administration administration vaccine vaccine rules rules I I am am for for my my colleagues colleagues please please join join me me in in voting voting to to protect protect the the American American worker worker earlier earlier the the house house advanced advanced the the bill bill with with representative representative Adam Adam Kinzinger Kinzinger of of Illinois Illinois the the lone lone Republican Republican voting voting for for the the measure measure the the bill bill now now goes goes to to president president Joe Joe Biden Biden for for his his signature signature Mike Mike Crossey Crossey up up Washington Washington

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Biden vaccine rule for health workers blocked in 10 states

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last week

Biden vaccine rule for health workers blocked in 10 states

"A a week week before before the the deadline deadline for for mandatory mandatory vaccines vaccines of of federal federal judges judges blocked blocked the the bike bike did did ministration ministration from from requiring requiring millions millions of of health health care care workers workers to to get get coded coded shots shots ten ten state state to to challenge challenge the the president's president's healthcare healthcare worker worker vaccine vaccine mandate mandate affecting affecting millions millions of of workers workers in in seventy seventy six six thousand thousand facilities facilities like like nursing nursing homes homes and and home home care care agencies agencies that that receive receive funding funding from from Medicare Medicare or or Medicaid Medicaid the the ten ten states states led led mostly mostly by by Republicans Republicans were were granted granted a a preliminary preliminary injunction injunction by by a a federal federal judge judge in in St St Louis Louis who who said said the the centers centers for for Medicare Medicare and and Medicaid Medicaid had had no no clear clear authority authority from from Congress Congress to to enact enact a a vaccine vaccine mandate mandate and and was was overstepping overstepping its its power power Missouri's Missouri's Attorney Attorney General General spearheaded spearheaded the the lawsuit lawsuit and and accuses accuses the the administration administration of of using using the the corona corona virus virus as as a a tool tool for for control control over over people people another another Cordy Cordy placed placed a a freeze freeze on on another another administration administration rule rule that that would would require require businesses businesses with with more more than than a a hundred hundred workers workers to to either either mandate mandate vaccines vaccines or or conduct conduct weekly weekly testing testing I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote for former DOJ official

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Jan. 6 panel sets contempt vote for former DOJ official

"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting the the house house January January six six paddle paddle schedules schedules a a contempt contempt vote vote for for a a former former DOJ DOJ official official a a house house committee committee investigating investigating the the January January sixth sixth insurrection insurrection of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol has has scheduled scheduled a a vote vote for for Wednesday Wednesday on on whether whether to to hold hold a a former former justice justice department department lawyer lawyer Jeffrey Jeffrey Clark Clark in in contempt contempt Clark Clark appeared appeared for for a a deposition deposition on on November November fifth fifth but but he he told told the the panel panel he he would would not not answer answer questions questions based based partly partly on on former former president president Donald Donald trump's trump's legal legal efforts efforts to to block block the the committee's committee's investigation investigation Clark Clark is is one one of of more more than than forty forty people people the the committee committee has has subpoenaed subpoenaed so so far far meantime meantime members members of of the the house house committee committee say say they they could could decide decide as as soon soon as as this this week week whether whether to to hold hold former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows in in contempt contempt as as well well Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington

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Did Dr. Fauci Say There Was a 'Reason' Other Than Racism for President Trump's Travel Ban?

Mark Levin

01:36 min | Last week

Did Dr. Fauci Say There Was a 'Reason' Other Than Racism for President Trump's Travel Ban?

"Go ahead Build time When you diminish your stop or block travel from a particular country there's a reason for that Really Now there's a reason for it when Trump did it with racism A ladies and gentlemen would we not be so far better off in every respect in this country If Trump were in the Oval Office and Biden were still in his basement Tell me the truth Tell me the truth I mean I understand Bill cristal has a head injury these days I think he does And I understand the guys who resign from Fox right before they got kicked in the ass out the door I'm told I understand that their profoundly More righteous than Than anybody else But nonetheless is there any question when it comes to China or Russia When it comes to Iran or the Middle East when it comes to energy independence and the economy securing the border support for the police support for the is there any question whatsoever Trump wasn't sabotaging the country He loves the country Loves it Let's go back go ahead Time to do things So don't let this rambling on about your buffoon What are you rambling on about Hey does he sound like a scientist to you Yeah mad

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Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | Last week

Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

"Let's talk about what we have witnessed in the last ten months. What we have seen in the transition from the Trump administration to the current Biden, I prefer to call it regime. You've been around a fair few years, you've been around the block here of a certain age. Did you ever think it would be this bad this fast? I would say yes. I kind of, you know, I knew when the events of the election happened the way they happened. I knew it was going to get bad fast because I knew that the people behind the Joe Biden administration you know, they're not Joe Biden. It's kind of a cabal behind him that's putting origin his mouth and telling him what to do. And I knew that they were going to move as fast as they possibly could to destroy as much of the country as they could get done before any backlash happens because that's what Lyft has always do whenever they get both houses and they get the presidency. They move the ball down the field as far as they can. Without any mercy whatsoever. And then when the Republicans, you know, get back the house, we may be take back 5, 6, 7 yards, and then they get it again and move it even further down the field. So I kind of figured when Joe Biden was installed that this was going to get really bad really

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Jarry, Pens keep Isles winless in new arena, 1-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Jarry, Pens keep Isles winless in new arena, 1-0

"Tristan Jarry stopped twenty five shots as the penguins handed the islanders their eighth consecutive regulation loss one nothing Caspary Kapanen scored in the second period to back Jerry's third shutout of the season and tenth of his career Jerry has allowed just two goals over his last five starts and these five one one on the road this season he's a major reason for Pittsburgh's current five game winning streak that's why I put my best foot forward and make sure I'm doing my part to try and help the team the guys are doing a great job prime me blocking shots making sure can park Steve I think that's been the key to it over last five games J. cancel also assisted to extend his point streak to eight games the islanders have been outscored thirty to seven during their skid I'm the ferry

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Joe Biden Will Read Anything on a Teleprompter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden Will Read Anything on a Teleprompter

"How about President Biden? This is a classic. Remember, Will Ferrell in the very funny movie anchorman? And he would read anything off the prompter. Anything that was on the teleprompter he'd read it. This is classic. Check this out. Here is Joe Biden in action. He may have heard the CEO of Walmart yesterday on the steps we've taken. He said I quote, the combination of private enterprise and government, working together has been really successful. He went on to say all the way through the supply chain. There's a lot of innovation. Because of the actions we've taken, things have begun to change. And to quote, in the past three weeks, the number of containers sitting on docks blocking that movement. He says in the quote, he says end of, quote, literally, end of, quote, that's actually a daddy warbucks has a lie like that. He's in the radio studios and he's reading he's reading. I'm willing to offer a $50,000 reward to the real persons who are Annie's parents, drop page. And warbucks says drop page because back in the old time radio days used to drop the page and it would say that on the script, so Biden was doing daddy warbucks. Drop page.

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EU says economic recovery threatened by COVID-19 resurgence

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

EU says economic recovery threatened by COVID-19 resurgence

"The European Union says an economic recovery across the block is threatened by a covert nineteen resurgence he uses the massive spiking cope with nineteen cases over recent weeks is threatening the bloc's recovery from the deep economic slump caused by last year's on the set of the pandemic and medical experts say the situation could get much worse the colony commissioner Paolo Gentiloni says the upbeat picture painted only two weeks ago when the E. U. executive raised its growth full cost for an economy bouncing back from the worst all the pandemic was now in doubt again I'm Charles the last month

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No. 1 Gonzaga turns showdown with No. 2 UCLA into 83-63 rout

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 1 Gonzaga turns showdown with No. 2 UCLA into 83-63 rout

"Andrew Neumark scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic freshman Chet Holmgren showed off his unique skill set with an array of blocks and dunks finishing with fifteen points six rebounds and four rejections true to me was just as effective inside scoring eighteen points hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ridder does everything for No. 3 Cincinnati in rout of SMU

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ridder does everything for No. 3 Cincinnati in rout of SMU

"Desmond Ridder throws for three touchdowns runs one in and catches another at C. F. P. number five Cincinnati blast Southern Methodist forty eight fourteen the Bearcats kept their college football hopes alive by dominating the Mustangs in all three phases writer help Cincinnati outgained SMU five forty four to one ninety nine well the Bearcats special teams blocked a field goal and a punt return had a senior day to remember with his five touchdown performance he left the game with this team up forty one nothing at the end of the third the Bearcats improved to eleven and well I assume you fall state in three I'm Danny cap

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 Rittenhouse protest in Portland, Oregon, declared a riot

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rittenhouse protest in Portland, Oregon, declared a riot

"Protesters in organ damage buildings reacted to the verdict econo should Wisconsin police in Portland Oregon declared a right Friday night during a downtown demonstration against the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse a teen whose attorneys argued self defense after he killed two people and injured another within a R. style semi automatic rifle during a protest Wisconsin in August of twenty twenty just before nine PM about two hundred protesters gathered and blocked streets within a few minutes local outlets reported that protesters started breaking windows and talking about burning down the justice center police tweeted that objects were being thrown at police and doors of city facilities in the area were damaged Portland has seen ongoing often violent protests after the murder of George Floyd last year by

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"each block" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"each block" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In there and then we just use that pay for all the expenses as we were going along, Um, part of it was start travel and food. Like, what expenses? You don't just the basics and room and board, I guess. Yeah, I mean, well, it was more like even started a nonprofit cost a few $1000. And to begin with, um, and gas. Really, um, would be a lot of that. And then, um, but for most of the trip we didn't have to Um Hey, a lot because we we say, you know, we stayed a bunch of money with We got a lot of hotel rooms that were donated, and we also got food that was donated to us like meals and things like that, So we saved there. But Yeah, I think most of it went to like gas and other logistics things that we had to buy. What about raising money? Did you succeed in raising any money over the course of your how long it takes three months, he said. Yeah, 23 months. How much did you raise over that period? Ah, total of $1000, So it really wasn't Yeah. I mean, it wasn't much at all like it started out like we were basically putting. We had a a jar out that you know, said, you know, we were taking donations and things like that in the beginning. And I think by about the 10th state around there, we realized, you know, um, trying to get people to sign this. These panels. Every time we would station out in front of, you know Walmart. That's what we were doing, too, because it's free to do so. We would station out in front of WalMart. People would come sign it, but I think with the money, people are intimidated. They think that they have to pay something to do this. Even though we say hey, sign the car is free to sign. A lot of people are like a little wary. So, um, we had We took away the jars just to make it all about. Hey, let's just let's just focus just on making sure we get as many people that can assign this Right, which I think is incredible because I forget the money. That was not a success as far as getting a bunch of money donated, But you did something that is so cool to me going into other states who from afar. Maybe you don't understand the impact or want to do something nice and writing nice, heartfelt messages on each individual block. I'm assuming each block represented a state. How did that work? Oh, no. You have more blocks than states. Obviously. Right? Just a little bit more. It was on average, about two per state, but yeah, just depended on the state. We would go in and we've had the panels out. And, um, on, you know, people would just come and as many people as we can come and start filling it up. And then we bring out another panel, and then they would find that and fill it up. And then you know, some one state, particularly South Dakota did like seven. So that was a crazy day. We just constantly people just coming up to us. And we didn't have to even ask people they just saw. What were they saw our tent. He saw this thing. You know what it is and what we're doing, And it was more inviting to get people to come to us. So, uh, yeah, just depending on where we were, But yes, we just started out with Getting many people. There's a kind of sign it and, um yeah, people, it would just fill up. Each card would fill up and then we just bring on a new one blank one and try to fill that up, too. Telling NASDAQ's Chris Marino who created the Valentine Flag of 2002, You really gotta check out the tweet from NASDAQ and actually, every tweeted anyway. She could go to my Twitter and look at it. It is an incredible sight to see this huge flag. Where the hell did you store this thing over the last 20 years? Yeah, I was under my bed and in my closet, um, you know, they pack up pretty concise. You can make them small. So there, um, I had like five boxes and it's huge, though. It's a hunt. How How tall and wide is it? Do you have the measurements on it Exactly? Um, the whole flag or each individual panel? No, the whole flag together. Oh, yeah, yeah. 17 ft High by 30 ft. Long. 17 FT High by and how do you? How did you put it together? Obviously didn't do that yourself for the display of NASDAQ. Right. Exactly. Yeah, Um you know the shout out to my my company for doing this. They pulled together a team that usually does work for them carpentry kind of work. They just came in. They built the base for this. And, um, um they use foam core as well for the base. And it got a little scary at times and enough was going to actually hold it together and stick together. But, yeah, they built the base had a good plan, and it's there's a lobby of where I work. It's It's actually exactly 30 FT. So We were able to fit it just in the right spot you saw from the pictures. So, yeah, that's how it came together, so you know, shout out to my job for making it happen. Yeah, it looks really cool and to see it like that, I think is amazing to have it up there on display, and maybe it'll be on display offs where we get into that in a little bit back to the route real quick and you traveling across.

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"each block" Discussed on Technology Untangled

Technology Untangled

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Technology Untangled

"Of slain. You saw big marketing budgets and elon musk's tweets blockchain has been hyped beyond belief. And it's also been made more complicated than it leads to be. More i could up angolan go. My name's ingram go. I'm senior vice. President and chief technology officer for a special intelligence at hewlett packard enterprise. So first question. What exactly is a blockchain. Let's start with a public blockchain first. Let's use an example of a analogy of a of a ring binder. You've got this notebook with many blank pages bound by a ring ring binder on page one the record number of transactions. You know. maybe. Jim pays john two bitcoins and sarah pays jim ten bitcoins and so on and so on then on the next page You have the same again. Set of transactions being written down on it and the knicks page and then expansion so on so if if you imagine each page is a block and all the pages of bound by the ring bind up being the chain. You actually have a a blockchain there right. So that's what blockchain is except for the fact that in a public blockchain this ledger or this record. Write this chain of pages. Chain of blocks is digital and is distributed to everyone publicly equally publicly with no central custodian. Why you want to use a blockchain. There are two major reasons. Why you want us a blockchain right first and foremost this when you wanna keep record of an entire sequence of transactions especially if you want to go all the way to genesis the beginning and secondly you won that record to be transparent that is you want the decentralize it by distributing copies of the same sequence records to everyone equally with no central custodian and within that de fall. How'd you than the fact that with everyone having a copy how to have any tempering capability and his swear you would apply a cryptographic hash and finely within transparency. How do make decisions if everyone is equal in the sense right in a public blockchain they have heavy cryptographic puzzle to solve and if the application has a need for any one of these capabilities. This is where you would use a public blockchain. Now you might use the phrase public blockchain in fact also a private blockchain and the as but we'll get to that in just a minute first to understand why people are so excited by blockchain. There's no better example than the world's most famous use case cryptocurrency and the world's most famous crypto currency bitcoin. In two thousand eight the white paper. Could bitcoin appear to peer. Electronic cash system was published by an elusive person or persons under the pseudonym satochi nakamoto people was published in two thousand eight and then a solution mine the first block the genesis blocked right right to the beginning call blocks zero in two thousand nine and after mining that block he was awarded the very first and therefore created the very first fifty bitcoins and then in twenty ten december. Twelve thirteen he. She evaded when quiet and he has been quiet for more than ten years. Now so that's how. That was always thought that i'm what was so revolutionary in the way that bitcoin was setup it is applying the idea of public blockchain to financial transactions and the implications. That comes with it right. If you look back at the two points is a record of enticed and sex and sequence going back to genesis imagine now having financial transactions that you can trace back all the way to the very beginning timestamped botching forward in time and it is transparent meaning everyone can have a copy to look at all the transactions albeit debt. There is privacy associated with the entities making those transactions and there is no central custodian and in order to make decisions as to what transactions are valid. There is this competition why because there is no central custodian to make that call therefore you need a consensus to be reached as to what transactions are valid. You have to have a competition to solve that problem. You hear the cryptographic competition referred to as proof of work offer bitcoin. It's most common. Monica bitcoin mining now minus. Oh compete by using their compute power to try and solve a complex hashing problem and for bitcoin. They get paid in bitcoin. Sweet what's the problem. As solved the transaction or block is added to the blockchain and then finally because get a copy. How do you make sure like in financial transaction that no-one tempest with it. If everyone has a copy of it right the answer is the cryptographic hash right. If you go back to the analogy of the ring bound notebook with all the transaction on each patient therefore each block at every page you can use a cryptographic hash to consume the entire page of tax transaction on that page right and then produce you a sixty four digit Number cryptographic hash is what makes blockchain impossible to tamper with or immutable. And if anyone changes the information of the block the hash that is out will be outed. But it doesn't stop after that you take the cryptographic hash of each block and then hash them again to get overall hashtag mba sixty four digit heche number so that if anyone touches any block in history changed at blocks hash therefore it will also change the overall hash and you will know it. This is how the ensure that in a public blockchain where everyone has a copy of that entire chain and tie history that.

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"each block" Discussed on Technology Untangled

Technology Untangled

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Technology Untangled

"Thanks the perfect storm of slain. You saw big marketing budgets and elon musk's tweets blockchain has been hyped beyond belief. And it's also been made more complicated than it leads to be. More i could up angolan go. My name's ingram go. I'm senior vice. President and chief technology officer for a special intelligence at hewlett packard enterprise. So first question. What exactly is a blockchain. Let's start with a public blockchain first. Let's use an example of a analogy of a of a ring binder. You've got this notebook with many blank pages bound by a ring ring binder on page one the record number of transactions. You know. maybe. Jim pays john two bitcoins and sarah pays jim ten bitcoins and so on and so on then on the next page You have the same again. Set of transactions being written down on it and the knicks page and then expansion so on so if if you imagine each page is a block and all the pages of bound by the ring bind up being the chain. You actually have a a blockchain there right. So that's what blockchain is except for the fact that in a public blockchain this ledger or this record. Write this chain of pages. Chain of blocks is digital and is distributed to everyone publicly equally publicly with no central custodian. Why you want to use a blockchain. There are two major reasons. Why you want us a blockchain right first and foremost this when you wanna keep record of an entire sequence of transactions especially if you want to go all the way to genesis the beginning and secondly you won that record to be transparent that is you want the decentralize it by distributing copies of the same sequence records to everyone equally with no central custodian

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"each block" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"each block" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Is create a decentralize network of value transfer and we get into layers. We've discussed lightning previously. But what we're building here with. Bitcoin baseline blockchain is a settlement layer. One where you have high level security but you also have final settlement and to maintain that decentralisation the this is why the block walls before to keep the blocksize all as possible because once you go beyond one megabyte blocks. We know that that's going to increase the amount of data that has to propagate and that is going to reduce the number of people who themselves can spin up a note and if people can't do that then how is this much different than something like they exactly doing us old run a node on an old laptop we can validate the entire blockchain. And that we can all trust that when we receive our bitcoin that is real and we received from final settlement. This is the settlement layer as jack. Malas has been telling me for the last three weeks but also that block time propagation because people talk about it being slow exists so that the network has time to fully process each block and this is what allows us to have a decentralized fully trusted highly secure sorry philly trust louis highly secure settlement lamb and every other magical blockchain which has offered faster or cheaper transactions is making a trade off against essentially decentralization and security. Yeah i mean. There is no way to play with something like the block. Size or block. Intervals without messing with decentralisation. Call okay so let's talk about some of these consensus rules. Just people have an understanding of what they are and why they exist so specifically minor mind block. It has to construct the block those blocks. What can we give a couple of examples of very simple rules. they must follow well Obviously is a minor There's going to be the difficulty target that you have to hit hashing a block so first thing that has to be correct invalid They're asked to be enough leading zeroes on the block. Cash to meet that target or.

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"each block" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:17 min | 6 months ago

"each block" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Foundation for the study of cycles a nonprofit organization dedicated to studying recurring patterns throughout economies and cultures calls it a revolution even cryptos skeptics. See the value in blockchain technology. The real jewel is blockchain. Says chris chen cf of insight financial strategists in newton massachusetts. He believes blockchain is likely to have a lot more. Staying power than popular cryptocurrencies like bitcoin which he calls a flash in the pan blockchain will continue to change the way we do things that all sounds great. But what exactly does it mean. Here's what you need to know about blockchain and what a blockchain revolution might look like what is block chain. Think of blockchain as a novel digital form of recordkeeping blockchain is the underlying technology. That many cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereal operate on but it's unique way of securely recording and transferring information has brought her applications outside of cryptocurrency. A blockchain has a type of distributed ledger distributor ledger technology. Dlt allows recordkeeping across multiple computers known as nodes any user of the blockchain can be a node but it takes a lot of computer power to operate. Nodes verify approve and store data within the ledger. This is different from traditional recordkeeping methods. Which store data in a central place such as a computer server a blockchain or information added to the ledger into blocks or groups of data. Each block can only hold a certain amount of information. So new blocks are continually added to the ledger. Forming a chain each block has its own unique identifier. A cryptographic hash the hash. Not only protects the information within the block from anyone without the required code but also protects the blocks place along the chain by identifying the block. That came before it. The cryptographic hash is a set of numbers and letters that can be up to sixty four. Digits long says vicous wall a- partner. Npws's financial services advisory practice. That's the unique code that allows the puzzle pieces to fit. Together once information is added to the blockchain and encrypted with a hash it's permanent and unchangeable. Each node has its own record of the full time. Line of data along the blockchain going back to its start if someone tampered with or hacked into one computer and manipulated the data for their own gain. You wouldn't alter the information stored other nodes. The altered record can be easily distinguished and corrected since it doesn't match the majority the way that the system works. It's almost impossible for someone to replicate the computing power. That happens on the back end to reverse engineer it and somehow figure out what all those hashes are. Auger wall says how it works. Here's an example of how block chain is used to verify and record. Bitcoin transactions a consumer buys bitcoin. The transaction data is sent across bitcoins. Decentralized network of notes nodes validate the transaction after approval the transaction is grouped with other transactions to form a block which is added to an ever-growing chain of transactions the completed block is encrypted and the transaction record is permanent it cannot be removed or altered on the blockchain. Bitcoin blockchain is public which means anyone who owns. Bitcoin can view the transaction record while it can be difficult to trace the identity behind an account the record shows which accounts are transacting on the blockchain public blocked..

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"each block" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"each block" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Is more than one thousand five hundred kilometers away and it has a long record of neglecting. Its people in the east. So i don't expect the people affected to receive a huge amount of support from the government. Tremors are still shaking the city. They're earthquakes by every twenty to thirty minutes and all windows and doors in my house rattle. The earthquake seem to be getting stronger. Which could be a bad sign. That pressure is building within the volcano. There's a fisher which is opened up close to the hospital. The small gap and people that love could burst out of that and that would really be in the central time for now. This situation is very unpredictable. And we're just trying to keep a close eye on what's happening. But i'm ready to evacuate if i need to. I have my covert tests. Said that means. I can get across the border into rwanda without too much difficulty if i have to live in a house on the lake so i've got a boat at the ready in case i need to float away which is actually one of the best escape routes by the lake. So i've got a kayak kind of puddle. Say my housemate. So i can get into the lake if we need to. Olivia acklin lives in goma and writes about central africa for our partners at the economist. She told the story to jason palmer. A- podcast from economist. Radio in a memo is this week. Us attorney general merrick garland announced new steps to combat the growing number of hate crimes in the country. Read more about the justice department plans in our newsletter. Sign up at the world dot org slash newsletters. Tourism is huge for kenya's economy. Nothing really attracts foreign visitors. Like the country's wildlife elephants giraffes zebras. They help bring in more than two million tourists to kenya in a normal year. The tourism industry has been hit hard by the pandemic but now the kenyan government is taking steps to better manage the wildlife population by conducting an animal census. The world's africa correspondent halima economy. Brings us the story. The national park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in kenya. It's not far from nairobi. And it's huge more than one hundred fifty square miles in view. Mount kilimanjaro in neighboring tanzania tourists from all around the world. come here to see elephants. Zebras lions and other animals roam freely. But patrick mundi is here for work. He's the acting director of wildlife research and training institute. It's overseeing an ambitious government-sponsored 'self to count all of kenya's wildlife we've never done national census for all wildlife species have over one thousand different wildlife species across the range from the northern kenya in the area to the audience. Ammonia says in the past surveys have mostly focused on highly trafficked animals like rhinos and elephants. This first ever national census will all the major wildlife on land and in the see the goal he says isn't to be exact it's to establish a baseline of data we'll start off having a baseline information and also will use this opportunity to concentrate it that that is scattered. Most wildlife data is scattered across the country. Some comes from local and international scientists. Other data comes from kenya conservation. Projects nats created gaps in information says when he came through a wildlife biologist in nairobi. She says a lot of data is focused on well known animals elephants in lyons the focus on aquatic species is also a problem because it means that smaller species some that have not enjoyed the same level of attention. Both nationally and owner global platform have may be suffered lack of data. The hirola antelope is one example k. Says recent research shows hirola and other antelope species are in danger of going extinct. When you don't consistently count estimate in follow-through the status of animals sometimes the pushed beyond toward a threshold of extinction. Recording mayor animals is also on patrick emojis. Mind he says. Researchers have a hunch that the rare and highly trafficked pangolin species could be living in the amber l. national park. Now it's based on local knowledge but penguins haven't been officially recorded there because they're nocturnal in hard to find a mundi says researchers are hoping to find them during the census using camera traps coming to trump's our gps in the. I'd just like normal cameras and will come affleck them. In steady habitats habitats trees and boroughs camera traps are only one of many peer reviewed methodologies. Researchers will be using to track smaller animals like monkeys and hyenas when it comes to the big ones those will be counted from the sky says cedric a wildlife researcher at the institute which size of animals are looking for above the size of dick and then a liberty the elephant so editing between that were able to see off the record. Dick's are small antelopes. That look like deer researchers. I can take to the sky in the early morning to count animals for hours at a time. He explains that they divide the park into. Gps gritted blocks and count animals in each block. One at a time before takeoff. We metro that All this all this information regarding the code we ought to make sure that you mentioned all what you're going to fly the pilot and now they're number the block they're going to fly researchers sitting on the left and right sides of the plane record the animals they see on paper and into audio recorders. Sounds easy.

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"each block" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

04:03 min | 7 months ago

"each block" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"Dispense episode because it's the middle episode of this month more or less and view have written. So thank you so much for your emails. Why didn't you get a started joel. If you'd like to be one of these fine folks to have your email read on the show you can send that into spun chunk mail at gmail.com. I e mails from doug k the signpost up ahead. Hi joel johnny. I am currently playing in a seed. Where i can't find jungle to save my life. I'd really like a signpost in game. Instead of the divine intervention i e using a map or find where to go another way how about a high level cartographer trade for a map to a random rare them after all if the game can give me a map tool woodland mentioned that may be literally thousands of blocks away. How about a map to a jungle. Also i may have to work through several cartographers up to max level before it get the bio my want so it wouldn't be super easy this way. Achievement earned sent an email to the spun chunks. Doug thanks doug. We did mention this last week. Actually how i thought. Having a map to a jungle temple would just end up being a map to a jungle bio fa most players since the template self doesn't have any Unique loot or mobs some. While i yeah i i don't know if they want to provide maps to specific homes. It could be an interesting work around personally. I'm in favor. The jungles on my survival guide weld seed are both about three thousand blocks out at at that sort of range. I've definitely been on servers where this has been the case as well the angle that you explore at say you just pick a direction and you go that way. It gets less and less likely that you're going to find a jungle display exploring in that direction because the jungle is always a few degrees off but then as you keep exploring than the the angle widens out and you'll missing the jungle by like a greater degree age. Each block you travel so it can be very difficult to find jungles without say having a light trend flying.

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"each block" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:25 min | 8 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"each block" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

04:57 min | 9 months ago

"each block" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"Of the world in front of you is invisible but it comes together in pieces like it's kind of assembling the blocks in front of you out of each vertical face of the block and they've later refined little and made it available for download and it now even does known full blocks so things like in the example image stays lightning roads because it's a snapshot thing of course and even a mobs. There was a pig being kind of broken apart End of avengers infinity style. Just kind of breaking into floating pieces so the some really interesting stuff being done and at first they said this is kind of hacked together a little bit but it seems to have made been made a little bit more stable. I haven't tried this out myself. But honestly i might give it a try at some point. It doesn't seem particularly playable. But as an example of what you can now do with minecraft rendering. It's a pretty interesting example. I did download it and did try it. I saw it I on our discord Earlier in the week. And i don't remember who chimed in but someone immediately said even just watching. This makes me nauseous. And i can say like i get in there going like ooh. Wow this is neat. Wow this is making me sick. And it's it was. It's it's like walking through a kaleidoscope so what's happening is that the surface of each block is starting off small and then rendering to its full size so think of the surface of a box texture going to buy two pixels to sixteen by six pixels. Like it's being enlarged and all sides of the block that you can see our that's happening at the same time what ends up. What the visual What's we're looking forward the illusion that you see when you're walking through with it feels like pieces are coming in from the side to make up the blocks. Because of course the texture for a leaf block on the right side of a tree in the left side of the are the same texture..

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"each block" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

The Misfit Heroes Podcast

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"each block" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

"Difficult to ratify the constitution so that gives me solace but there's a lot of things going on i mean. We have a lot of wasteful spending in our country. We are a country that spends more money on other people citizens we do on our own. We collect money from from our citizens. We spend it elsewhere while we have homeless veterans living or dying in our own country. But it's not. It's not just there right. We're funding foreign wars supplying weapons all of these saints. The american people don't even understand that we're doing. We're not even taking care of ourselves. It's confusing to me. How we can focus so much of our efforts externally and not internally at. I'm sorry again. I think probably derailed that. But did i answer your question. No you're great. I mean please continue. I wanted to hear what you had to say about focusing internally. I think i think you're onto something there. Ideally i would like a a country who focuses on your taking care of. You know not even. Our homeless veterans are homeless in general every person. It's pretty much sixteen in older pays taxes right but sixteen year olds aren't able to vote. That's something i'd advocate for. Or i stopped taking taxes for sixteen-year-olds if you pay taxes you should have a voice in our government so internally we should at least allow people of working age to be able to vote only that we don't ever get to see what's in these bills before they go off. Let's talk about the last one. The five hundred page one that everyone had an hour to read what could do what laws that focusing internally on some of our laws right if if i want a covid relief bill i wanted wanna covert relief bill. I'm not going to add all of these other things in there. Just because i think the other party wants to cope copay relief. Bill right. they they patched up one of the things. I wanna do is stop that. Do not think it's helpful. The american people. I think in order to be fair in to interact with us internally that we should be able to vote on each block over law. All of that is just terrible practiced abusing the american people. It's a nasty practice. Going back to what i was talking about earlier about voting for tillis you know i said all that stuff about the felony streaming act that he put into the covid relief bill and then underneath. There was an article that i saw where it mentioned that what he was voting for and the voting status of it and you saw where his donations came from. And it's kind of interesting that the first thing he puts into the covid bill is a felony streaming act and his donation. Sponsors came from a lot of the cable companies and a lot of the internet companies..

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"each block" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

05:23 min | 9 months ago

"each block" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"Blocks. And you'll still covering a wide area like you do with the branch mine but then replacing the floor with an instable block and then no nice. You know dropping the floor level basically each time. Because i feel like the problem with branch. Mining now is that you're mining on one wide level and that's the optimal level to find diamonds but if diamonds are spread over a broad range of y axis levels. Then you'll still gonna miss our tone more diamonds unless you're digging at the very bottom of the world very bottom of the world is also where we're going to be finding but deep dark and the warden when those arrives so potentially in terms of overall balance it's going to be easier to start a branch mine and then dig down rather than to continue the branch mine laterally in some areas because the diamond density is just gonna get richer and richer as you go further down in the world. So i'm i'm still planning on trying that as a method and seeing how well we do with that in a survival world mighty downstream this week sometime. Maybe because i think that's potentially going to improve on the most mining idea a little bit and they will be different approaches to mining that every type of play takes Which yeah i think. He's got to be an exciting time and depending on what the final generation looks like. You'll definitely see that information shared around ready. I think even if mo- jiang dozen release an oil distribution graphic like they have been doing the snapshots people usually fairly quick to run some sort of analysis on a mine crosswell to find out. Exactly how much of each block is available at which level and that stuff like statistically speaking these interesting to people in that gets them a bit of cloud for being the first person to find it and you know the info gets post on coffee and then everybody knows it so i don't think it's in their interests to necessarily conceal that information from players unless they specifically want to go digging for it because we're gonna find it anyway and then.

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"each block" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:36 min | 9 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And w scott store neta built on this in one thousand nine hundred ninety one describing a secure chain of blocks for such a system and those two along with david bayer in one thousand nine hundred ninety two improved the efficiency of that system to let multiple documents certificates be collected in one block. These plans still relied on trusted parties. For some small things like timestamps and needed better methods for how to add blocks the answer to all of that came to someone or possibly a group of someone's who published their plan in two thousand eight under the name so toshi nakamoto out that i almost hesitate to mention that name because immediately we risk getting distracted over. Who was komodo for purposes. It doesn't matter whether it was a human alien dog. Whatever whoever was published the plans for a blockchain in two thousand and eight and of course saying the word blockchain itself risks distracting you into talking about bitcoin. Light exists whether it's a currency in whether it should be valued as it is for our purposes here. That doesn't matter either. If you understand what just a blockchain is you'll be closer to understanding. Bitcoin and other crypto currencies and things like non fungible tokens and other confusing stuff. So let's focus on the blockchain and the blockchain itself is a fairly simple and elegant idea. The blockchain is a ledger. that cannot be edited easily. It's made up of blocks of data. Each block of data contains a time stamp transaction. Data that updates the ledger and most importantly a record of the previous block. That's it the chain of blocks tells you which coins have gone to which wallets and software can then scan the entire chain and know where all the coins are. The chain is linked by records of previous blocks. See you know exactly what order things happen. I hear some of your questions. can anybody. At at the time stamps the amounts and such the key is that bit about each block having a record of the previous block that keeps things in order a block. The doesn't have that record is ignored. So why not. Just fake block with the record to prevent that. Each block uses a cryptographic hash of the previous block. It's also often called a check. Some or a digital fingerprint. A cryptographic hash is a one way function. It's very difficult to reverse listen to our episode on public key. Cryptography for more on. Why the sort of thing could work. But it's a way to make something easy to share and hard to crack. If i write the message. Allison is the greatest. And so is steve. My hash function will put out something like diaw. F c seven eight hundred as seven ninety et cetera. That hash can be used to make sure that nothing has changed in the message. If i look at it later. You know bart didn't get in there and have it say something about bicycles now granted in my example message here. It's pretty easy to see because the message just short. I could just memorize it. But imagine imagine the message is neil. Stevenson scripted non. And let's say i'm downloading the crypto knock-on and wanna make sure i'm getting the real authorized text as approved by neil stevenson himself and not something that has words changed. Neil stephenson can issue a cryptographic hash for me to check. I.

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"each block" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

07:24 min | 10 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Insureblocks

"Your host for this week's podcast. We'll be discussing bringing innovation into the polish financial sector with the blockchain sandbox. And i'm very pleased to welcome dorota. Do blanca president of the foundation siberian and head of human resources at keer and mass yak genetics blockchain technical leader at ibm dorota messianic many. Thanks for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners. Quick introduction on yourself. hello there are free. I'm so happy to jong these recording. And to talk with marci and to talk about the the blockchain. And i'm going to to present my point of view from the not technician and someone from hr who is really really fond of the new technology. Excellent excellent how about yourself months yet. Hi thanks for having me on your show. So on a daily basis. I am responsible for a blockchain practice at ibm For the central and eastern european region and in the context of blockchain sandbox. I was acting as lead architect of the project on the solution. So i'll be more than happy to provide an overview and share information about launching sandbox with the audience. Great grayness is perfect to have you both on this show. So the first question i've got for the both of you is as it is customer. Here intra blocks. Could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain. And how does it work. Okay so much and maybe i will start before we go to the technology so for me. The book chains just stopped records. He also some kind of the database. It it's at least records called blocks and these blocks are started computers. So it might be stored in mind computer in your computer at everybody's computer and i'm always Monetize what talking to to to to the children to other not. It professionals about the blockchain comparing that to the lego blocks so we have a big basket of blocks and we are trying to build at tower so we are starting to compare the blocks at the same color and we would like to be sure that each blocks which are in our phone dominates our construction. They are the special types of the bronx and nawab. There is no the black desert staking white blog and exchanging for the blog which has a different structure different information so because we are building the stars together and we all are verifying this blocks. That's why we are sure that we may create a really really nice tower. The next one is we are building a very beak building. We need to have a very strong from demands. And when it now that everything's settled caller correctly. That's why it's very important that we all the time. Between this blogs our compradors we are exchanging direct records. And we know what is going on so we know which block assemble. We are checking. If we a- something one block that the other was not changed to change so no one can lie. There's no wanna can take the weezer taking wind block and exchange with a different the different. So the blockchain is. The bench is in a bunch of computation network. And the more we use the stronger. It became great. Thank you for that definition message. You have a go. At providing the definition to blockchain. This is a great question on always a tricky one. Because you never know who will. What is exactly the a person who is asking. Ask always trying to focus on the technology aspect of of blockchain. And when someone is asking me this question. I try to define it in as few words as possible. So by taking this very purist approach a my own definition of blockchain is as follows it database of course has a very specific data structure Whereby transactions are put together Inc so a block representing an interval of time between The recording all the previous tight and The states the one that is going to go through the approval process. Each block is crypto graphically leaked to previous ducks for presenting previous types of of that same of these data structures that have been recorded and the governance over the way data is saved on chain is determined by the network and the network decides with the type of policies that saw did are established between them that they agree a palm whether certain transactions are going to be included in a block. Were not so. It's very purists. I try not to put too much into it. Just acts and it's a it's a very unique creature it is. It is very unique. So thank you both for those definitions for our listeners. You know who are not very familiar with the of the financial sector in poland. Could you tell us a little bit about how much innovation there is in that industry. It is a very interesting thing to explain. Because that you'll be able to better understand the states of innovation in the financial sector pollen one has to go back Thirty yes behinds. Let's put ourselves between one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. nine hundred. Ninety when poland among gathering countries transitions to the market economy and the situation was as follows. There was absolutely no digitization whatsoever. Computers were practically inexistent and thus the financial infrastructure was a paper writes in in most of the cases so everything had to be created from scratch. They challenge each sound but it was also an opportunity. Holland had virtually no technical debts that other countries in western europe or north america had do to on the regarding developments of the infrastructure for the financial services and therefore we have the liberty to choose the best finest the most flexible solutions and adopt them to our specific. Needs another very important thing. Is that the people who are responsible for choosing specific technologies that became the core foundation of.

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"each block" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

05:32 min | 10 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Insureblocks

"Low. Hello hello hello. Welcome to insure blocks. Your dedicated podcast to blockchain in industries and institutions. All around the world. i'm will lead all scores. Your host for this week's podcast. We'll be discussing bringing innovation into the polish financial sector with the blockchain sandbox. And i'm very pleased to welcome dorota. Do blanca president of the foundation siberian and head of human resources at keer and mass yak genetics blockchain technical leader at ibm dorota messianic many. Thanks for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners. Quick introduction on yourself. hello there are free. I'm so happy to jong these recording. And to talk with marci and to talk about the the blockchain. And i'm going to to present my point of view from the not technician and someone from hr who is really really fond of the new technology. Excellent excellent how about yourself months yet. Hi thanks for having me on your show. So on a daily basis. I am responsible for a blockchain practice at ibm For the central and eastern european region and in the context of blockchain sandbox. I was acting as lead architect of the project on the solution. So i'll be more than happy to provide an overview and share information about launching sandbox with the audience. Great grayness is perfect to have you both on this show. So the first question i've got for the both of you is as it is customer. Here intra blocks. Could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain. And how does it work. Okay so much and maybe i will start before we go to the technology so for me. The book chains just stopped records. He also some kind of the database. It it's at least records called blocks and these blocks are started computers. So it might be stored in mind computer in your computer at everybody's computer and i'm always Monetize what talking to to to to the children to other not. It professionals about the blockchain comparing that to the lego blocks so we have a big basket of blocks and we are trying to build at tower so we are starting to compare the blocks at the same color and we would like to be sure that each blocks which are in our phone dominates our construction. They are the special types of the bronx and nawab. There is no the black desert staking white blog and exchanging for the blog which has a different structure different information so because we are building the stars together and we all are verifying this blocks. That's why we are sure that we may create a really really nice tower. The next one is we are building a very beak building. We need to have a very strong from demands. And when it now that everything's settled caller correctly. That's why it's very important that we all the time. Between this blogs our compradors we are exchanging direct records. And we know what is going on so we know which block assemble. We are checking. If we a- something one block that the other was not changed to change so no one can lie. There's no wanna can take the weezer taking wind block and exchange with a different the different. So the blockchain is. The bench is in a bunch of computation network. And the more we use the stronger. It became great. Thank you for that definition message. You have a go. At providing the definition to blockchain. This is a great question on always a tricky one. Because you never know who will. What is exactly the a person who is asking. Ask always trying to focus on the technology aspect of of blockchain. And when someone is asking me this question. I try to define it in as few words as possible. So by taking this very purist approach a my own definition of blockchain is as follows it database of course has a very specific data structure Whereby transactions are put together Inc so a block representing an interval of time between The recording all the previous tight and The states the one that is going to go through the approval process. Each block is crypto graphically leaked to previous ducks for presenting previous types of of that same of these data structures that have been recorded and the governance over the way data is saved on chain is determined by the network and the network decides with the type of policies that saw did are established between them that they agree a palm whether certain transactions are going to be included in a block. Were not

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"each block" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"each block" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Yourself. what's up. Yeah because someone else can control you. You don't control you so controlling yourself. Okay have three five five. Yeah each each were. Each block has a word on it. And you're chopping through that block. Control yourself right now. Okay all right. That says a lot that says a lot all right number three to thomas offer three for the road see see. This should be fairly easy. Fill in the blank. I respond to abuse and tournament with patients patients. There you go. And now you're at the age and the intellect to consider and understand what that person is going through and what they're used to write and in being from you know trying to put your only that's empathy putting yourself in someone that's right 'cause can't act out and if you never grow up emotionally adults act out again and yeah yeah. Is the kid them because they never learned yeah beautiful. That's three for the road. Cc oh my gosh. You've done great. It had words to spare beautiful. Cc once again. Thank you so much for being on the show. It was so great having you. And i'd love to stay connected. I truly do and maybe a few months. Maybe we have a sequel episodes in you know for you to share with us any new any new work new projects okay. You know that you're working on for the awesome. Yes that yes. All right fantastic awesome and i want to thank all of you for tuning in and listening and as a.

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"each block" Discussed on Team Visionary

Team Visionary

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Team Visionary

"Simple maude. Its flexibility and customization options have landed a solid place on this list. Chisels embiid's despite sharing some of the same name chisels bits is vastly different from the aforementioned chisel mod and somehow ads infinitely more block options literally. What this does is allow players to isolate and pick up. Its or rather each individual vauxhall from each block that is each individual pixel then place them down to create whole new custom blocks dot you do this by using a chisel to pick out each vauxhall then placing them in your chisels and bits bag after all if each of the little bits took up an inventory slot. You wouldn't be doing much else. Other than inventory management. That all sounds lovely and all but what it really means. Is that once you've gotten past the horror at having to handle each little pixel from blocks. I never really got past that stage myself. You can create structures that look like the picture above. of course. i probably don't have to stress. Just how much customization can come out of a that. Lets you dissect each block into their individual pixels. I'll let you decide whether the tedium is worth making creations that can make anyone gasp in disbelief. Cochran at a and resource pack limbo combo. That's made the homepage on the official minecraft blog. Not hard to see why cock reichert has absolutely exploded in popularity. Recently the resource pack has been featured in our best stylistic beautiful minecraft resource packs list before. So it's no surprise that. I think highly of the beautifully detailed homey arts time that the maker has so clearly mastered the mod of course brings all that to a whole new gorgeous level. The cock rocket maude. Ads tons of furniture and decorations that minecraft writer march davies so aptly describes as making me feel warm and comfortable and strangely said at the same time from cafe awnings reminiscent of old europe to chiseled wood panels and stair banisters while deco craft shines in the sheer amount of custom models. Introduces to the game. Cock rocket shines in the little details and transports us to a world that we're daljeet for despite never having lived in carpenters blocks carpenters. Blocks is a must have for aspiring builders who value customization and have found themselves frequently wishing variations of existing minecraft blocks like stone fences wooden flowerpots and golden ladders. Carpenters blocks brings all that to reality by introducing carpenters blocks. These essentially look like the skeleton framework default blocks such as stairs doors pressure plates fences pots..

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"each block" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

07:26 min | 11 months ago

"each block" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"So my mighty boy. Why have we included. That in the podcast. Where we i thought is again of quite gone watching the fundamental gate and reading the notes about him online with wikipedia to refresh my myself mostert apprentice. Suffer that but here in this one. Do you know what he's doing here. he's he's just manipulated a weak person by and he. I guess his apprentice. Obi wan would do that later. On with the stormtroopers but he knows that he's he's he's told that water. Or these these junketing listen. Weakness is gambling at cork on. He needs something he needs to get off planet. He needs to shipping. Needs money now. He now. He wants to the boys well so he destroyed up manipulates water. We've he's a weakness with what he's actually pretty nasty for. What basically because he's like in the other way you win When i really like something out of this book manipulating another's weakness was i found in oregon is floors was a particularly bad right or is that looking to washington. It is kind of like a. It's a little bit of a paradox. isn't it because it's like and this is very much a real well problem. So i don't really want to jump into this too much. I feel like it's a decent enough analogy when his death high. You know because people generally agree that death isn't goods. Mud is not good but is good. When you're killing enemy soldiers. Is it good when executing a criminal. When is death acceptable And you you can apply the same hair while the meant to manipulate anyone. All what a guy wants a my okay i don't know. I think there's another way to go about it But then again. You know cognizant perfect. That's kind of the delivery with going for this point of the mind discussion. He's not perfect and actually is a little snaky isn't it. You know like just basically on an old just completely exploiting this person And you know the guys. And he's looking out for his entre. Interest is not whatever's it would suggest while if he's done it with water. Who else has he's done it with. You know it's a slippery slope. Yeah not support. That's why those those rules will not even roles is beyond rose principles. That's why those principles are there for the judge oda or should be. I should say and reading the republic public again. No spoilers but to jeddah i roy. Wood were told instructed. Don't use force for personal gain. It's not a tool that you play with something that you can will willy nilly for your heart's content. You don't use it for that gain so with that. also no. this is twenty off. The film was released. It all counts so knowing that we knew anyway we did our full of the episode because we knew that this is a time when the giant absolutely all say why in potentially quite gone maybe in the last of a dying breed. You haven't quite fully fooling down the dock off the coast quite doc. The council hat done but he wasn't immune to bending the winner of the force for his own gains and aqui came. We could look. It'd be like where he needed to do that. And what the task wayne in order to get off the ship work into ganic backend in the prophecy of the chosen. One like you said you know. A shady isn't it the way that he did is i. It's nothing that makes you sit there and think this guy might appelation back and i have evil but it's just it's just a kind of into the woman he's kind of seen as the the last jedi standing he. No he's not he's not immune to bending the roses he might precisely precisely and we see bits and bobs this throughout the film. And don't get me wrong. He's still a good egos and we're going to get to that. We all going to get to that but on the connoisseur snaky discussion we see again. We see again and this time. It is with the quyen and we're not talking about one of many female patrons listeners. This time all we may boy nope. We're talking about the queen amadullah pad may herself Shake this sure. Venice facing hopping out. In cleveland on i. I don't know a boy gets right down right down to her level. The queen doesn't need to know he stamping. He's putting his foot down and he's like this and it's my while the highway. The queen doesn't need to know. Where do they're smart way or the highway and it's not the only time he does during this film with water as where we call. It puts his foot down with the council. he's kind of back and forth. When it comes to training mannequin. He wants to do this to council through that and they bought hades but he's stopping it just stopped without jettisoning yet and he goes to show once again. It's an his way in while stunning to now. All right fair enough. That's something out of the film like the dad who's been no ill. Something not sunday need not meant to. And he's telling his son. Don't tell you bava it provides a goat's trips with my dad's a lot they Tip or something or shopping sainsbury's and it gets each block papa or something i Beef and onion pie and if you your mafa mums. Only done lovely big dinner for us and we're just popeye's and the guy i didn't like the does not explicitly horrible but it is is not great either is cheeky and did not especially like ju imagine someone like someone in a high position. High rank in the british institution. Sinai are dumb. Talaa elizabeth studied snow match about this. Yeah she doesn't know about this over. You know with kind of unaware applying for the olympics again. We're gonna throw out for bid yash stunning snob on our show. Now done it's no. It's no you would. That's not how you do. It is so yeah once again. It's another lie imperfection the character right again. Cuagone isn't flawless and unthinking. He's meant to be flawless..

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