34 Burst results for "Ebeling"
Rage, Rage Against the Dying of Moore's Law
"The tech industry is continuing to rage rage against the dying of moore's law. Ibm says it has created the first ever to nanometer chip which ibm says could improve performance by forty five percent at the same power or five percent energy at the same performance compared to seven nanometer. Chips quoting mantech. Every decade is the decade that test. The limits of moore's law and this decade is no different with the arrival of extreme ultraviolet or e uv technology the intricacies of multi pattering techniques developed. On previous technology nodes can now be applied with the finer resolution that e uv provides that along with other more technical improvements can lead to a decrease in transistor size and ebeling the future of semiconductors to that end today ibm is announcing it is created the world's first two nanometer node chip just to clarify here while the process node is being called to nanometer. Nothing about the transistor dimensions resembles a traditional expectation of wet. Two nanometers might be in the past. The dimension used to be an equivalent metric for two d. feature size on the chip such as ninety nanometer sixty five nanometer and forty nanometer however with the advent of three d. transistor design with thin sets and others. The process node name is now an interpretation of an equivalent to transistor design some of the features on the ship are likely to be low single digits in actual nanometers such as transistor finley protection layers. But it's important to note the disconnect in how process nodes are currently named often the argument pivots to transistor density as a more accurate metric. And this is something that ibm is sharing with us. Today's announcement states that ibm's two nanometer development will improve performance by forty five percent at the same power or seventy five percent energy at the same performance compared to modern seven nanometer processors ibm is keen to point out that it was the first research institution to demonstrate seven nanometers. Back in two thousand fifteen and five nanometers in two thousand seventeen the latter of which upgraded from sin sets to nanno sheet technologies that allow for a greater customization of the voltage characteristics of individual transistors. Ibm states that. The technology can fit fifty billion transistors onto a chip. The size of a fingernail reached out to ibm to ask for clarification on what the size of a fingernail was given that internally we were coming up with numbers from fifty square millimeters two hundred fifty square millimetres. Ibm's press relations stated that the fingernail in this context is one hundred and fifty square millimeters. That puts ibm's transistor density at three hundred and thirty three million transistors per square
"ebeling" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"What you're i get that You in in my view. You're living the dream. And i don't know whether you would say you live in. I'm not quite the dream for me as a kid was like opening for joel and elton john. You know like you know a. I was a kid in the eighties and nineties. So even that was sort of like an old manish thing they were. They were legacy acts by then at that point you know. Yeah but I still haven't quite gotten to the point. Where i'm you know touring the world and have where i have. People i want. People can have people. I don't know what you get people anymore. And they're a much my mother through my entire careers. Like you should just go like hire a booking agent. That's not how it works. Mom you you don't just go out and like shop for one. No i think you have to be taylor swift or katy perry to have people you know you have to be kanye. West might have people but they must they find him really hard to work with but Do you know the whole idea of record the music business. I you know we still use the term record. Companies there are no record companies. there are no real world you say that but vinyl is making a comeback man. Actually cassettes are making a comeback. Why cassettes i didn't know about that. I knew about vinyl. But i don't i still don't call them record. Companies in like capitol records would sign and be really risking and taking adventures on and chances on new artists in Seeing what sticks and putting it out there and now it's a a manufacturing company and it's there are no way you say there is your vinyls come back but the majority of it is spotify and streaming services that wanna really take advantage of People who are creating the music give them nothing while You know just all spoke. I'll give you exposure and then point. Oh one two five six of a stream or whatever. Well i mean this is. This is why you know i mean you. You mentioned you have a patron Thing set up like this is this is why a lot of artists Especially of my stature are turning to things like patriot on where they are more in control of the distribution and whatnot. The like one of the things that surprised me like i. I didn't i didn't make this this Transition from Just on stage behind piano to part man part bird. Part robot. Behind dj decks slowing. A keytar I didn't just make that transition. A jump from like i said piano rock to dance music and the entire business was a completely different world record labels th the rebels that that people who are into dance music have heard of like beats and monster cat and stuff like that they are like they are are openly taking demos you. Can you find me a rock and roll record label like one of the big labels that just has send your demos here and like an email address like that never happened..
"ebeling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The BK nuggets getting a nice win over the Bucks. Ebeling. Marty, don't look now. But the Nuggets have won three games in a row. After last night, they went into Milwaukee and beat the box and 1 28 97. Holyoke is national 50th grew triple double as he led all scorers with 37 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists That puts him in some pretty rare company. The only other center plus 50 career triple doubles. All of Famer Wilt Chamberlain. Head coach Michael Malone was certainly proud of his team. Postgame. Yeah, I think it's not right up their investments a year back to back Third game in four nights. They came out It is an amount early. We used our zone. I thought you threw out that first night. We missed him all head. And, you know, it was really effective. That kind of kept us in the game built a big lead. I thought guys on the venture. Tremendous s O. This is Yeah. It was really a quality when against a very good team. Considering the Leighton the late schedule we've had Mama Maria's 11 straight game over 20 with 24 points guard PJ Does her off the bench had 19. Then we'll look to make it four in a row on this Midwest road trip tomorrow when they played the Pacers before. This Sunday's All Star game in Atlanta so they'll get eight days off following tomorrow night's contest. Joker, of course, is starting Western Conference Center. The Avalanche will be looking to avenge or 62 lost Monday at San Jose when they scared again at the Shark Tank tonight. Buck dropped 8 30. Afternoon in Salt River fields. Iraqis host Oakland in their third spring training game of the season. First pitch from Scottsdale at 1, 10 and CSU Men's basketball team will play their final home game of the regular season tonight against New Mexico Tip off from O B. It's six The rains will close out the regular season Friday at Nevada that sports and grainy crystalline came in his radio on the Broncos box, Rocky Thank you much 6 47.
Camila Russo: The Defiant Laying Bare the Story of Ethereum
"Lows two jobs. When did you first hear about a theory? In twenty seventeen Crypto for Bloomberg the first time was when I grow kind of one of the first stories on ICO's for Bloomberg and I remember just like trying to wrap my head around what these things were. It's like Bitcoin, but it's different vigil currencies on Anyone can issue them on. They're on top of the other blockchain cerium and you know I was coming at crypto coverage from. A markets perspective. So I didn't have a lot of technical knowledge about how blockchain's worker crypto were or anything I. I understood the value proposition of bitcoin from having a cover like Argentina land but that was my extent of knowledge of it. So it was like writing that first. ICO. Story was I think when I, I started looking at a theorem for the first time, and then just like as I kept covering the space is for the rest of two thousand seventeen I started to learn more and more about understood. Okay. Syria is team like. But whites valuable. It's because it's it tries to be more flexible than than Bitcoin, and that's why it's easier for people to issue all these different tokens on top of it and so. That's kind of seeing all of this kind of frenzy around ICO's on these tokens on this like millions of dollars worrying in I was like there's something here you know. This kind of decentralized way of raising money and ethereal kind of the platform ebeling this. Back. In January, we interviewed Steve Kokinos and Sylvia mccully of Al and during our conversation, we talked about how unique design makes it easy for developers to build sophisticated applications on their platform. So what's great about Algorithm beyond the fact that it's fast, it's secure it scales and it has instant finality is the fact that they've designed Allaire one protocol with primitives that are purpose built for define. So what that means is that they've taken some of the most common things that people do with smart contracts and they've embedded them right in the system right in the layer one. So things like issuing tokens atomic transfers, these are built into the layer. One spark contracts are first class citizens on all grant. So with these essential building blocks at your disposal, you can build fast insecure defy APPs in no time. To learn more about what Al brings to the table and how to get started, I would encourage you to check out algren dot com slash epicenter that lets them know that you heard about it from us and it takes you where you need to go to learn about their tech. And what that we'd like to Algorithm for supporting the PODCAST? What point do you does one? Say I'M GONNA write a book about something that's never something that's ever crossed my mind or I think a lot of people's minds. What point you do you decide to write a book and then what is the process I mean forget about the process of writing the book. But like what's the process of figuring out what kind of book you WanNa Right because you could have written this book in all I mean it's very. Descriptive account of what happens it's mostly in the third person, you could have written a fiction you know you could have written. First hand account of your interviews what was the process for the creative process? I guess figuring out the of book you wanted to write. For background I always wanted to write a book like that's been kind of a goal of mine forever I got into journalism because I like writing I guess like growing up. One of my favorite books was in cold blood by Truman Capote and I think you know that was the first time I realized while you. You can write about real life like nonfiction in a way that reads like a novel and that to me was really powerful because. To journalism and especially business journalism, which is usually so dry. I found that okay stories can make vs very kind of complex dry concepts come alive if you tell them in the right way and so getting the the example from. Truman capote and then especially Michael Lewis exile. Kate while like this is a really powerful way of speaking about nonfiction and obviously I love fiction it's it's what I personally read the most. I disliked you know if I was ever to write a book, I would want to provided like value to readers by bringing something from the real world and making it. And read like story because I just thought you know there's like so many interesting stories in the real world you know that needs to be highlighted. So why should I like go on invent another story for my own imagination they're already so much to tell in real life at some point. I think it was probably when you get into the Bloomberg internship, they give you like of recommended readings and one of them was Michael Lewis Books I think it was liar's poker and so when I read that book, I, was like, okay like I need to find that story that I can pick up until like Michael. Lewis. His folks. So I was like always on the lookout for that like what can the story that I can tell in this way like in a something I can make into a nonfiction novel. And I think with Crypto was kind of the first time that I thought. Okay. This is this is where I needed to find my story to tell. I meant to say fictionally, I'm interested like a dramatized version like something a little bit more like. Of course, you could make fiction of the story of a theory, but like a something akin to the bitcoin billionaires book right whereas like this kind of more dramatized version of the facts. But like the way you wrote the book is like this very kind of factual account. It reads like a novel it does read like a story, but it's like very factual thing based on your interviews based on your conversations. When you're reading it you really get the idea like this is how things happened.
Dont Connect & Pitch on LinkedIn! Do This Instead
"In today's sales culture. So often I think that sales people feel the need to. Reach their quotas and do whatever they can to hit every single day every single month, and what that's causing is sales people sales representatives are reaching out and they're connecting on Lincoln, and then they're immediately pitching sometimes that pitch is even in the connection request sometimes, it's promptly upon the connection request being accepted. We as a sales function must get away from this Lincoln at its core is a professional social network. It is not a place to be connecting and pitching. It's a place to add value. So what can you do instead of connecting and pitching? What I've found is really effective in not only having conversations with people, but really building relationships is going through an engaging in their content. Understand what it is. They're doing on a day to day on a week to week basis. What are they reading? What are they engaging with? What are they talking about? That's going to do three different things for you. One, it's going to have your name be associated with providing value to the prospect instead of just. A wild connected pitch that's coming out of nowhere number two. You'RE GONNA start to learn the language that your prospect is speaking. How were they talking about their role? How are they talking about their industry so that you will understand better if first of all, you can align with your prospect and with your prospects function, but you're also going to learn how they're speaking. So you can help frame your messaging to the way they speak and not vice versa number. Three you're also going to begin to help your prospect on Lincoln. You're going to help them get their content out wider, and you're going to have your network see that, and your prospect will appreciate that because they're going to associate your name with helpfulness kind of ties back to the first point a little bit, and we as a as sales leaders. We A- sales people we as a sales function must move away from connected pitch because what's going to happen. Is Selling over linked in will not work anymore. We're already seeing this with email email open rates are down email conversion rates are down email automation is way way up people do not want to feel like a robot is selling them they want to know there's someone on the other end of that that is done their due diligence that is a person that has feelings they want to feel the authenticity and the more we automate linked in the more we. The sales process especially early on in sales development and business development we are making our jobs harder moving forward. We already see different cell phone carriers in different phones actually ebeling cold calling you can literally go in and turn off the ringer. For numbers, you do not recognize we are seeing filters on company's websites that disallow. Emails that have links or gifts or memes. Let this happen on link did added value deposit before you withdraw. But most importantly do not connect and pitch add value before you go in and
Officer Brett Hankison fired from LMPD in Breonna Taylor shooting, has 10 days to appeal
"The local police officer who allegedly fired ten shots blindly into Brianna Taylor's home has formally been fired A. B. C.'s Ryan burl reports he can appeal former Louisville metro police department officer Brett heck isn't appears ready to fight his firing first he needs to request a public hearing from the police merit board right Nichols is the president of the river city fraternal order of police they'll review the evidence of the case each side will be able to to present testimony and subpoena witnesses ebel function very much like a like a trial would if the board sides with the officer he could then appeal the firing before a judge I guess it still has not been charged in the March shooting death the Brianna Taylor
Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses
"For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink that's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online. Paul centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with a I and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today. We're rethinking how business moves forward. Let's put smart work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more this squad pod? I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast private equity giant and richest African American billionaire Robert Smith on getting loans to entrepreneurs or capital is be driven. Frankly into this small businesses hands in probably give them a little more flexibility in terms of hobbies and and how to leverage technology for digital future. But I think we should think about what are the most effective ways for us to educate our population to drive forward into you know into the teacher of opportunity plus when reopening is on the Menu Cameron Mitchell restaurants founder and CEO laid off thousands of workers. Now he's opening doors again. I think we're going to survive but it's GonNa be a while before we get the hospital. It's Monday may twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day squad. Pat Begins Right now Robert. F Smith is the founder Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity which has fifty seven billion dollars in investment capital. Vista is the fifth largest enterprise software company in the world as well and overseas more than sixty portfolio companies that employ more than seventy thousand people around the world. Smith is also the first African American to sign the giving pledge and he was recently awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He's on many lists as the wealthiest black American and lately. He's been working directly with the White House on the roll out of the paycheck protection program and how to get the loans in the hands of the most in need especially minority owned business. Pp was designed to rescue mainstream. According to the small business administration more than four million loans have been approved so far totaling more than five hundred billion dollars. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin with billionaire businessman and Philanthropist Robert F Smith. You had worked with the White House on this program and so I just ask you to start by giving it a grade. Do you believe the money's getting where it needs to go. You know be first Tron of the P P P I think was challenge to get to the the small businesses small medium businesses a second charter for being a lot more effective But one of the things we discovered. Angela's US not discussed is that there is a frankly banking desert's in a lot of the communities about seventy percent of the African American community. Actually don't have a branch bank and so we've been working with a they treasury you know senator Sector MNUCHIN and Senator Schumer in Pelosi Dachsie work on building capacity and what I saw the capillary banking systems which are the community development financial institutions and a minority depository institutions building out the Pasadena to get these dollars into the hands of these small businesses which are essential to our communities so what are those capillary banks. Look like who you to right. If you are a small business owner this morning listening to you this morning. Where did you go go? Go to get that money then. So there's a bad a little over a thousand of these days. Cdfi's and the India is and these banks typically are in the communities there mainly in what we call targeted communities Unfortunately a lot of the larger banks don't bank those organizations those businesses any longer and is about ninety four percent or so of the African American businesses are so proprietorships and don't have banking relationships. And so what we've been doing is is enabling. Technically enabling got some wonderful teams have been ebeling these businesses they interface with the transit system at the and you can go to number places. There's national bankers dot org goes National Action Network. We've been worked black churches. Our Fair share A number of organizations that we've been working with to enable these banks to be able to processed loans and we just probably about ninety billion dollars or so left in the second of AP and I think it's essential if these small urban businesses African American Latin next businesses get Get their share This stimulus capitals of really frankly Repair some of the economic damage that this covert virus
"ebeling" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And help us Ebeling attacks before it's too late that's international animal rescue dot org eight two on Saturday there will be two areas across the nation where we could see accumulating snow one of those areas central and northern New England especially in the state of Maine and parts of the higher terrain of northern New Hampshire the other area where snow is on the map on Saturday North Dakota snow and ice likely there most of the Atlantic coast line from New York to Dover Delaware and south along the Virginia North Carolina and South Carolina because lines dry on Saturday partly sunny skies for the Midwest and into the Ohio Tennessee and Missouri valley's look for showers for South Dakota and into western Minnesota a few showers in South Texas and in northern Florida dry in the west on Saturday some sun San Diego near seventy four Sacramento hot ninety to ninety five with sunshine and it will be in the eighties for much of the northwest the Rockies and into Big Sky country fifties and sixties with clouds mixing with some sunshine that's the national weather forecast Mike Ellis NBC news radio the novel coronavirus is killed more than seventy five thousand people in the U. S. the nation passing the solemn benchmark as forty states gradually begin to re open New York continues to be America's biggest hotspot with one out of three deaths New York City now expanding antibody testing mayor de Blasio says New York City is teaming up with bio reference labs to give a hundred and seventy thousand new Yorkers coronavirus antibody test this is in addition to the hundred and seventy thousand.
NASA, Boeing investigating why Starliner spacecraft missed orbit
"Listers this morning saying they saw it Boeing starliner the spacecraft launching this morning from Florida but it did not achieve the proper orbit needed to reach the international space station five four three at Cape Canaveral launch pad just before sunrise and lift off the rise of starlight and at least five rocket powered Ebeling starliner capsule into space it's carrying six hundred pounds of cargo for the international space station at a test dummy named Rosie the Rocketeer as part of NASA's plan to put people aboard in just two months about half an hour after lunch starliner had trouble finding it's appropriate trajectory the flight control crews are now working to solve the issue Jim Ryan ABC
NCAA will allow college athletes to profit from their likeness
"The NC double a for decades has banned college athletes from profiting off their play that is about to change because today the organization's board of governors voted unanimously to allow student athletes to benefit from some endorsement deals for more on this surprise reversal in here is Colin Dwyer joins me a calling so what exactly is happening here well as you mentioned the NC double is governing board emerged from its regular meeting today with a pretty big announcement in hand they were saying that they are going to permit college athletes to make money off the use of their name or likeness and it should be noted that this does not mean that athletes are going to be put on a college payroll or something like that but the NC double a is opening the door to some athletes to sign some endorsement deals outside of their institutions and generally profit from their fame on the playing field for now there is leaving those details to the folks running the NC double a three major divisions of the board of governors is directing them to consider changing their policies what they're describing as a modernization without actually specifying precisely what those changes ought to be so things are still pretty hazy and there are still a lot of questions yet to be answered about what this looks like including what kind of time line we're talking about for its implementation but what is clear is that this is a pretty major reversal and because of that landmark move for the NC double a when you say landmark what why just because the NC double a had opposed this for so long yeah and opposed it so adamantly as well as recent as a month ago the NC double a board of governors remember that's the exact same group that came out with its announcement today they came out with a statement last month saying that along these kinds of payments to college athletes would actually gravely undermined the idea of a fair playing field and also in another be very basic sense it's just about money the NC double a makes revenues on the order of more than one billion hours a year that's a lot of money and it's also just the tip of the iceberg the schools are making money off these events the TV networks are sore coaches and administrators now the NC double a has long said that that money trickles down athletes in the form of scholarships and other educational opportunities but critics also have answered that assertion by just saying that it's just not enough so why are they doing this now well you can come to trace it back to California last month the state lawmakers there passed a law no effectively doing just that slim Ebeling student athletes in the state to get endorsement deals and also signed their own agents and they also it should be noted did so again over the NC double a is vehement objections but other states also took note lawmakers in states such as Illinois New York and Florida have introduced similar measures to California yeah and that's kind of leading to the N. C. double lays nightmare scenario here the idea that there could be this kind of patchwork patchwork of laws in different states that officials would have to navigate differently and that there would also be this kind of competitive imbalance between schools in states where compensation is allowed verses those where it isn't so in a way they're hand was fine so in a way they're hand was kind of forced here and if the cumple that we have that kind of rising tide of criticism from professional athletes like lebron James and others there was kind of a critical mass of people pushing for this so in that sense the decision kind of became pretty easy for the NC double a and real quick how's this going to play with college athletes I imagine that they're gonna like it quite a bit hard to turn down a little for a check there and here is calling to
Heat Loss to Night Sky Powers Off-Grid Lights
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne barred switching on the lights at night. It's second nature feature to most people in the developed world but electricity isn't too given in many other parts of the globe something like a billion people on our planet still lack reliable access autrocities think about folks in parts of the developing world that are living in off grid locations and for them. One of the central applications of Electricity Chrissy is lighting and we need lighting the most at night. UCLA MATERIALS SCIENTISTS OSHAWA thrombin solar cells can provide remote wrote areas with electricity during the day but require batteries to store that energy for use at night. Rahman's team has developed a potential solution a simple pull thermoelectric device that generates power when it's exposed to the cool night sky it's made possible by phenomenon called Radiative Sky Cooling Rolling all objects Rahman explains radiate heat and so what that means from the perspective of service. That's looking up at the night. Sky Is Ebel all by itself set out more heat than the sky sends back to it that escapes to the upper atmosphere and even out to outer space and is something that anyone can observe observe at night so if you go and measure the roof temperature on your house in the early morning hours say you should read temperature that is much lower. Dante immediate ambient air temperature Roman reason that this temperature difference could be exploited to generate electricity. His team built their device using an aluminum luminous disk that acts is a radiative cooler. It's cool side faces. The night sky while it's other side is warmed by the air around it. As heat escapes apes upwards a thermoelectric generator converts the temperature difference into electricity that powers a small led light for now. The energy output of the device device is just a tiny fraction of a solar cell can produce but engineering improvements could eventually boost its performance. Rahman sees the devices a compliment to solar providing inexpensive twenty four hour power generation to remote areas of the world without the need for batteries. You can also think about say the polar regions where for several months of the year there is no sun at all so in those kinds of regions this might represent one of the few ways you can actually generate power naturally at night. The research is described in the journal jewel in addition to lighting. Rahman says the device could be useful for specialized applications such as powering wireless sensors and monitoring atmospheric conditions or it could be a really cool way to recharge your cell phone at night. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne Bard.
Advancing womens rights in Saudi Arabia, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals
"This is daniel dickinson for your news. In new saudi women will now be able to apply for passports those over twenty one won't be allowed to travel for independently without permission from their so called guardians other steps taken by the kingdom of saudi arabia over the past few years in advancing advancing women's rights include giving women the freedom to continue their education and to seek employment without having to guarantee permission from a male relative tiv- these positive changes show the kingdom's progress towards women's full and equal participation in all parts of society and dr in line with the u._n. Sustainable development goals but more action is needed to fully dismantle other restrictions. You end users. May your coop spoke doc to u._n. Women's dr moosa al shady and started by asking her what those steps represent for the region taken by the kingdom of saudi arabia over the the bus few years in advancing women's right are commendable not to believe these steps include amending the guardianship system to allow the women to drop it or teen passport at the age of twenty one and ebeling woman to register trial bears marriage and divorce and to be a digital as guardian to children who are minors also giving women the freedom to study at university and seek draymond without seeking permission from a male relative lifting the ban on women driving those encouraging the participation of saudi woman men and the workforce throw the kingdom's vision twenty thirty plan and everything the need for equal pay for equal work. These are positive steps that could further advance the kingdom's progress towards achieving the sustainable development goals. We hope that the kingdom continue and despise and make even more progress towards ensure woman's full and equal participation in all parts of society as you just mentioned many positive steps including allowing saudi women to drive. What do you attribute the great change in saudi arabia towards women's rights yeah to be honest with you. We are seeing a trend in the region where we're lows and policies have just to providing greater advancement woman's right including in saudi arabia the kingdom's vision twenty thirty plan is aligned with the sustainable development agenda. It took to the need to develop women's cup ability in order to contribute to the development of society and the economy. This is critical as we know that women must be meaningful participants in the economy across all sectors and indeed the ship was well if we are to achieve jib that <hes> twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development the kingdom's vision prentice to sit a goal of increasing women's but spacious and the workforce from twenty twenty two percent to thirty percent over the next seven years at you and woman we are hopeful that saudi arabia would continue to make progress toward achieving this goal. We also believe that the kingdom is taking an important step in highlighting women's empowerment as a priority area to focus on its g twenty presidency presidency next year a joint statement issued recently by u n special rapporteur on the right to privacy and the u. n. Working group on discrimination against against women and girls welcomed the positive step towards abolishing the guardian ships. They pointed out door to numerous restrictions including including tools and apps allowing male guardians to extend control of women to digits fear and to restrict their freedom freedom of movement. Is you woman in touch with saudi government tackle those issues does you and women offer any expertise or good practices undiscovered yeah yes u._n. Woman is committed to all eu member states and supporting the advancement of women right we work with member states adele request to provide policy guidance and technical expertise for example this year during the sixty third efficient <hes> on the commission of states of women you one woman <hes> and its partner launch artistic called the strategy and equality and low for women and girls by twenty this strategy developed by you and women international stakeholders and many other you an ngo partners seek to fasttrack abuse or a revision discriminatory low in one hundred countries by twenty t to twenty three. We expect to address the rieger need of over fifty million women and girls over three years. This is just one example of how you and women work with member states regional organization and many other stakeholders to advance gender equality and women's empowerment. What are the programs and projects that you an women is doing coming to raise awareness about women's human rights in the arab region as a whole yeah and i don't beijing you end women has a robust presence and out of region actually agent office for arab states located in kyle covers seventeen countries. It's provide technical assistance and policy advice to members estate at their request and also focused on programs to advance gender equality and women's empowerment for example. You and women has broken on decatur to understand andrew scores of gender inequality region that engagement and boys as part of the solution the program in tighted men's and women's for gender equality use used in space and capacity building to enhance enter equality in the region also you and women also work with member state and the league of arab states implimented for the woman basic agenda this work focuses on building regional capacity ensuring that women's <hes> voice here in conflict situations and and highlighting women's participation in peace process <hes> furthermore you and women work with entity and u._n._f._p._a. and esquadra carry out out joint study indicted agenda justice and the low covering eighteen countries in the region it provides a comprehensive assessment of laws and policies affecting gender equality not and protecting against gender based violence in other countries. We believe it's quite restrictive. 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"ebeling" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
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"ebeling" Discussed on KOMO
"Firefighters were quick in Ebeling to put out that blaze. Authorities are now investigating what caused it. Orca card. You've got one well now cost forty eight cents more to manufacture. And that means you might need end up paying more. This is due to tariffs imposed last year by the Trump administration transit agencies using the cards are being asked to us four hundred thousand of their one million dollar contingency fund to pay for the increased cost. It's unclear if that cost. Will be shoulder by writers of vote on the funding will take place. It's out traffic. We're being told here on Monday, a gray whale and her calf free this morning. They were stranded in shallow water off the coast of British Columbia. The whales were first spotted thrashing around late yesterday, the tide finally got high enough for them to swim away a few hours later. This is the same species of whale that we've been seeing wash up on Washington beaches. So far this year, we've had thirteen dead gray whales in our state nine. We're being told in California. Scientists believe many of them were simply underweight alright for headed down to the waterfront for mother's day parking will be free at four popular garages tomorrow, and you can pick up about your businesses along the waterfront looks like four hours of free parking. Thanks to moment for all. She does. Komo news time now is eight thirty nine and with the waterfront in mind by its dizzy, you'll be impressed with the viaduct of Teradata as it continues this week. They started taking a lot of that debris and stuffing the old battery street tunnel. The goal is to. Fill that tunnel. They're allowed to go within seven feet of the roof. But you're gonna find more roads have opened even western avenue up behind pike place market and brings you down into town here that reopened and we've got more streets at opened like main street. They're going on the viaduct right now. The push is going north on the viaduct tear down its Cruces in more ships are pulling into port every week as you'll see on the waterfront among them. One of the biggest Royal princes has made her maiden call deported Seattle. You're seeing a lot of these cruise ships Boyer getting tall how in the world. Do they float anyways? Prince cruise line's newest ship on the west coast. Another reason many going to the waterfront to have a look it is eight forty now here, KOMO news. Let's have a look at what's going on for sports today here from the Harley exteriors sports desk. Major excitement as lady shutout Stanford yesterday. Eight nothing in game two of the series against Stanford when it comes to husky softball fan fest and senior day to do for the number two ranked husky softball team. The play Stanford wrap things up gametime at noon. Sorry, it sold out for husky baseball in need of wins to keep their post-season hopes alive. Washington struck early and never let up in a twelve five win over Utah at husky ballpark on Friday night to grab first game of a series for the weekend. Marriage lose to the Red Sox fourteen the one we got three matches now in eight days for the Seattle. Sounders it'll start tonight at CenturyLink field with Houston dynamo sports at ten and forty past the hour right here on your home of the huskies. Komo news. Hey, it's Rick fans..
"ebeling" Discussed on Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil
"Changed. He was happy and proud to be her father. They named her gypsy rose after gypsy rose Lee the infamous strip tease artist of the twentieth century. Don't ask me why they just did despite gypsies premature birth. She seemed healthy she same strong, and oh so adorable such a cute baby girl, a real stunner into making dull I'd with thick Brown hair and turned up nose who wouldn't love this child. But rod said the happiness of a healthy newborn baby girl quickly. Came crashing down about three months old lady told me that she started having seizures and stop breathing in her sleep. So she had her in for sleep apnea tests, and as far as I know from the medical records of see now there was no determination that shoes. Chad sleep apnea or testing pretty normal. But Didi was persistent that she get a. Tort monitor that she would wear at night Rudd Till's me. The sleep apnea was the first red flag of many red flags. He would have now I wanna talk to you about a concept that I pay a lot of attention to from a forensic psychological standpoint. It's what I call accident in Ebeling factors. And when I talk about accident in Ebeling factors, I use accident. Very broadly. You can substitute into word mishap tragedy crash. Whatever. Bogging about when bad things happen. There are in neighboring factors at play. And I mean, if something bad has occurred an airline crash a car crash a building fire. If you start breaking this down in analyzing the human factors involved think about it as links in a chain. And the last link is the tragedy will what was the link before in the link before that, and you will get back. Until you find the first link in the chain. And then when you start analyzing how each link fits together. You're gonna find out that along the way. Somebody had to do something. They should not have done or failed to do something. They should have done. That allowed the tragedy to occur. I call it the but for test. Now once you to put this in your vocabulary as we move through this case the but for test, but for someone doing something they shouldn't have done or failing to do something. They should have done could this tragic outcome have occurred. But for rod. Ignorant. De's report of sleep apnea at three months old. We might be in a very different place today. As we unpack this crime. I'm just asking you to pay attention to what people did or failed to do. That may have contributed to this tragedy. This young father didn't trust is interface. When something seemed illogical. That might well have been the first rock in an avalanche that would wind up ruining more lives than you can imagine. So just remember this moment rod says he was so concerned about gypsies breathing that he moved
"ebeling" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"If this Ebeling people, you know, who are imprisoned, and what do we do for the individuals? If they're able to come out, what type of support the services, can we give them what type of community? Can we give them when they been subjected to such harsh reality? So brutal realities. And us in the community in many ways being ill prepared to give them the care of the poor. They deserve. If they are able to regain the freedom and us really understanding how we talk about, you know, corporation, you know, that is a very big disability issue that many communities of color do not think about over Mark LARs matter inches. Very proud of having raised consciousness about the queer community in the black community and its relationship to the police, but are you satisfied with black lives matter in general's response to disabled people, I think there is great room for growth, but accounts that I know that are activists who had been a part of the black matters chapters. But typically that movement Gand who discussed the able to them they didn't doors, Abe, listen at the social prejudice of disabled people, and you know, it. Really made me aware of how our structures are prepared to engage with people. How op structure structures may either consciously on constantly be oppressive to disabled people when we are all seemingly fighting for all black people. So I think they're in great work to be done to ensure that black lives matter and other anti white supremacy anti blackness, anti racism movement, really take inventory to sing are they conscious of this Bill to issues are they welcoming to say what people who want to join the effort. They tackling Abe listen that may be either consciously consciously existing, you know, are they give people a type of their own or invited them to a table to discuss pain. They're allowed to say people to be leaders in these movements. Those are all the things that I believe that, you know, all of these movements, regardless of matter or anything else needs to take to the rations to ensure that if they're going to say that all black lives matter they that they really mean everyone and not just those who are able body near tipple crew all black people, especially and really taking sedation. The despair that we do endure that is greatly if fluid by disability that is and can be exacerbated by this. That is so I think there's work that can be done, you know, within these movements to really be more inclusive opening respectful and knowledgeable and proactive about this to write this Justice within their framework. And that's it for this edition of black agenda radio. We sure to visit up at black agenda report dot com where you will find a new and for bucket issues each Wednesday. That's WWW dot black agenda report dot.
Top US General: Thousands of ISIS fighters in Syria, Iraq
"US forces battle to wipe the last ISIS stronghold from eastern Syria, the top commander in the war against ISIS says the US will still be combating the chair group. Jen. Joseph hotel says the end of the fight won't mean the end of the organization, we'll be looking to how we have to adjust our our footprint to make sure that we can continue to provide the Ebeling capabilities that the democratic forces require
Marijuana Stocks Surge; Canopy Growth Hits New High After Ebbu Buy
"Major pot deal sending. We'd socks blazing higher today and sparking what could be a huge week to the face a DD Roy's in San Francisco with more on the cannabis craze, Heidi. Hi, there Melissa, the big week in the cannabis industry is kicking off with some cross-border news, a head of the Canadian legalization canopy growth announcing that it will acquire the assets of Ebel a Colorado based hemp research company for nineteen million dollars plus six point. Two million shares of the most notable part of this deal is that it marks canopies entry into US operations in a statement canape saying the deal will complement and accelerate multiple core verticals operating under canopy growth group of companies. The Dale sent shares of canopy growth up and had other pot stuff's lighting up ahead of Canada's. Legalisation industry watchers are also looking ahead to the US market analysts are responding to Representative Dana Rohrabacher. Comments last week that he expects that President Trump will pursue federally legalizing medical marijuana, following the midterm elections, and they're urging caution noting that the White House has not confirmed the comment. In the meantime, US cannabis companies are also asking President Trump to change federal
Woman sues Facebook, claims site enabled sex trafficking
"A Texas woman is suing Facebook accusing the social media giant of an Ebeling sex trafficking. The woman claims when she was fifteen she was beaten raped and traffic for a sex by a man who posed as a Facebook friend. Her suit argues Facebook exacts knew that underage girls were being lured into the sex trade on that website. The suit filed Monday in Houston says the woman was founded in two thousand twelve by a man who seemed to know several of her real life friends. And it alleges Facebook didn't do enough to verify the man's user identity, which the lawsuit says was
Texas Woman Who Survived Human Trafficking Sues Facebook
"A Texas woman is suing Facebook accusing the social media giant of an Ebeling sex trafficking. The woman claims when she was fifteen she was beaten raped and traffic for a sex by a man who posed as a Facebook friend. Her suit argues Facebook exacts knew that underage girls were being lured into the sex trade on that website. The suit filed Monday in Houston says the woman was founded in two thousand twelve by a man who seemed to know several of her real life friends. And it alleges Facebook didn't do enough to verify the man's user identity, which the lawsuit says was false.
"ebeling" Discussed on No Ego
"It's just that the risks we were taking the way we calculated that the consequence didn't at the moment, you know, outweigh what we could get from a vantage by getting someplace quicker. And it was just this cool opening up of people sharing some of their fears. And their hopes and some of the fears you know were like, can we have any fun at all at work, everything off limits. And how about the holiday parties and some people shared taking on the putsch where they started to play small. They're like, you know, I just don't really know what's appropriate. So I'm playing it totally safe. And I don't even want meet with people after hours and mixed groups. I just want to play fly into the radar and in play it safe and some people said, you know, I'm a hugger and now as even okay to hug and what I loved about the beginning of the conversation is that we've found at at the human level where everybody can have compassion. So instead of me painting you as part of a group of perpetrator or victim, I could just hear from you when my best allies. How hard this thing is, how many of us don't want to offend or micro aggress against somebody. And so many of us are walking around with these unconscious biases or we could into unconscious behavior. And so I started to then talk about. What can we all do individually? Now, I know that a lot of this research like big power systems that need dismantling in that we need to really think differently about our worlds and through some big work to be done. And while we're doing that, there's a whole lot of individuals that want to know how to be more a ball to day at work, how they can stay in this game of evolution, and people are looking for just some suggestions or or some answers in. I don't want to pretend I have any answers. I just thought there was such enlightened stuff coming out that I made share part of some suggestions that might help folks in what I wanna talk about that came out of that meeting has is not suggestions. I have if you are being victimized or if you are being harassed, or if you're witnessing that behavior, if there is a aggression going on, I want you to use all of your resources to. Report it. And if you don't feel that you've got what you need right now to be able to be ported that you at least enlist an ally or a sponsor, or in a find some safe way to bring it to the attention of people that can take it from there. I'm not wanting to victim shame or any of that place, but I do want to put out which I think we're some cool ways of of looking at what we could do that in the way we started to look at it is just like when I was counseling families, if a family was in trouble, everyone had a part to play in making it better. I not saying everybody was to blame for what happened, but everybody had some accountability on how to move the family into a different place in for some of us. It was that we need the Suphan Ebeling and for others as we needed to stop aggressing for others, we need to get more honest more willing to educate, and and I saw this discussion similar. In, I felt sad that many people who when they play full out are innovative and creative and bring us some of the the best thinking around felt like they're only solution was to step down in place, small and play it safe because that's not how we're going to create amazing results and were products, and I found other people get into either or like, should I be myself or you know, should I work hard not to offend people.
Hoard - Cryptocurrency Made Simple For All
"Welcome to the tank bloke writer podcast, your guy to future Tech Trends and innovation in a language you understand now over to your host, Neal, Hughes, welcome back to the tech blog rider podcast. How y'all doing gang for those of you that are first listeners I'm off to Mexico for digital detox, drink cocktails by the beat to recharge my Mojo and honestly, snus to send in their cocktail suggestions, received an Email from Ken holiday aide. Chicago. His name is spelled h. o. l. l. ADA was. So I'm hoping not be imprint, but he advise our Choy a Long Island is tea. All the white spirits really can. You see God knows how to have a good time. So I salute you my friend and remember keep those cocktail suggestions coming in by tweeting me at Neo, see Hughes and emailing me tech blog writer at outlook dot com. And I'll raise my glass to you want them away on with today's podcast. Now, I recently discovered a company called hold which is designed driven blockchain based company is integrating investments across cryptocurrencies and fear currencies for a seamless investing experience. And this is where things get interesting because the company was started by a former senior you ex on and from Wells Fargo and an I veteran from the US department of defense, the platform is focused on simplifying the way to everyday consumers can invest and spend their money, whether it's in bitcoin theorem or fair, and essentially reinvent the way people think CEO, Jason Davis and CTO. Dan Lipper are seeking to introduce a technology that the world can adapt to buy. I and Ebeling individuals to adopt to it. They have to. Out to develop a platform and a supporting mobile application to simplify the complexities of crypto Kunsi and Ted anos barriers of entry so that even your grandma can use it now is more kind of language. So book alot and hold on tight as Rb meal is all the way the North Carolina so we can speak with hold CEO, Jason Davis. So massive. All welcome to the show. Key tells them listeners a little about who you are and what you do and not yet glad she. So I'm Jason David, and I'm currently the CEO and co, founder of hord working with an impressive team building out some really cool products for the walk chain of cryptocurrency space. My background has been, I'd say, most recently in the last twelve years has been you ex design Trump programming, but mainly design and developing thing. I, I went from one started political hub in the ship into the Wells Fargo role and worked for them for a few years and got much you'll for finance and then left them. And now I'm getting my toes Welden walked in and cryptocurrencies. Now hold is zoned driven blockchain based company that is integrating investments across cryptocurrencies and Fiat Kuntz's, seamless investing experience. But you just help set the scene il-il and helpless. I understand exactly what it is that you guys do. What problems that you're solving, what makes you guys unique from all the other solutions out there in the blockchain and crypto space? Neil to that front on the investing signed. You know, traditional markets are a lot easier to get into than cryptocurrency markets the the interfaces or the applications that are out there today are very, very simple. You don't have to really know anything about church order books. Looking at trading boards, you can go in and do it yourself. It's almost DUI investing. He's days that's still a little daunting, but it's much easier for us a consumer to come in and just click a button and make an investment in watch it, grow cryptocurrencies. They don't. They don't operate that way. I don't. There's not many if any platforms that are completely automated. I know coin philosophy just set up recurring investments into three or four or four or five coins right now, and they may open that up to more on the future, but not want to other people are doing this, but here's what makes us unique. I think in the realm of investing. Not only traditional, which we soon hope take that layer tech and put it in traditional markets, but and and the cryptocurrency markets when you have to. We have to when you're faced with trading boards and order books and candlesticks and charting. You don't really know what you're doing, especially if you're new to the space or your new to that world. And that's really a traders world. It's not an investor's world, but that's what you're faced with when you go beyond the outskirts beyond the the big corp-. Like I'll think when base again beyond the copes, like coin base or coin spot in Australia, you're just you're you. You can only Vasan those asked that, and we want to expand the breadth of assets. You can invest in a couple of ways. One is a, you know, simply buying a coin individually or coin basket, which are collection of coin, and a basket is is traditional vetting term. So we're gonna be combining coin baskets with something called rule-based,
Report: Google Chromecast Getting Bluetooth, Stronger Wi-Fi
"Big. Google's working in new chrome, cast the has bluetooth and better wifi for better worse. The design is staying exactly the same and just that it's going to be in Ebeling support for ongoing bluetooth. The current model does have bluetooth chip. It's only used during the initial setup process and can be can't be enabled afterwards. The FCC doc Michaud the Google thought about just about sending a software update to the existing chrome cast enable this functionality. But because this new model requires new equipment not covered by the original certification. The new version of the device requires a new SEC ID along their bluetooth functionality. They knew chrome cast will also offer improve WI fi reception with
Jan Nelson -- From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now
"Welcome to create Asli go where we will venture to places. We've been afraid to go women of the world. We are going to start a movement, a movement towards courage. Hello, everybody. I am. Debbie peach. Oh, your host of Craigslist go. And for many years, I was challenged with social anxiety and being shy and not keeping myself on the sidelines a lot. And so since my fiftieth birthday, I have decided that it all starts with courage and the more we choose courage and follow our hearts by choosing courage, the life of our dreams and a better world for all are truly possible. No matter our age or circumstances. We never need to feel stuck or alone. I'm really excited that all of your out there. I have a very accomplished guests that I'm excited about. Introducing you all to her name is Janet Nelson combining over forty years training. And teaching in the martial arts with her experience in the master social work program at Florida State University. Janet Nelson has developed a unique approach to personal safety awareness that stresses mind, body training, and psychosocial issues. A fourth degree black belt in kung new martial arts sense. They Nelson is an experienced instructor of women men youth, the aged, and the physically challenged. Janet began her martial arts training and Gainesville, Florida in nineteen seventy four training directly under founder Deng no, for over ten years originally from oak park, Illinois. Janet is a nineteen seventy seven graduate of the university of Florida. After beginning her social work career in nineteen seventy eight. She attained her MSW from Florida State University in nineteen Ninety-four credential in the academy of certified social workers by the national association of social workers and as a licensed clinical social worker in the. State of Florida. Her direct practice specialty is mental health services with adolescents, young adults and women as a social worker and psychotherapist. She spent twenty years with at risk, teen girls and young women, seven years at Tallahassee, community college mental health services and five years in private practice tweeting adolescents and adults of all ages. Additionally, Janet is a certified tension and trauma releasing exercises instructor a globally, taught self care body therapy that promotes our bodies ability to open up healing, open up the healing process and Ebeling us to release tension stress and held trauma since nineteen eighty. She has conducted self defense for women seminars and short courses in general, personal safety awareness training too many throughout the state of Florida as well. As national combining her to interest in the early nineties. She created every day, self defense trainings for human service professionals. More recently, she designed online personal safety courses available for c. to license social workers in Kansas and nationally NSA w national everyday. Self defense for social workers is approved by the national association of social workers for continuing education credit in forty six states in two thousand fourteen. She was deemed an expert witness for the federal government agency of occupational safety and health administration in clinical social work, personal safety awareness, workplace violence prevention programs and worker safety skills training. Currently, Janet devotes time to designing and managing online courses and to teach personal safety and wellness instruction. To social health and human service workers across the nation. Janet, Nelson, welcome to courageously. Go. Thank you so much for having me Debbie. It's nice of you to have me. It's great to have you and I don't even know where to begin with you because you you are, you are so accomplished and I've had a recent conversation with you. I know you have a lot going on. So why don't you start off? Why don't we start off with what are you currently most excited about these days? What's going on. Well, you know, when he read when you read my resume,
"ebeling" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Just how difficult is to reach a higher level of business without having child care in this country. I have to pay for my own childcare and coming completely out of pocket. If it wasn't for family living nearby, I would be sunk and I wouldn't be in business at all. Currently. Recall Christi glass. We've talking about the, you know, the motherhood penalties and the importance of childcare from how Hannah's question absolutely. Would we, you know, the US is an outlier to some degree in terms of not providing public childcare war paid paid leave, a guaranteed paid leave. And when we look at again, when we compare women's employment opportunities in other countries, we see that those things really matter in terms of Ebeling women to sustain a strong attachment to the labor market. And we also know that gaps in employment really hurt women. So I think I think the callers absolutely right that that we lack a lot of the key supports that would facilitate women's sustained attachment to the labor market. That over time could lead to occupational. Mobility and a question from a listener on our website to women become CEO's of large companies in greater numbers and chief seven European countries. It will be helpful to look at international benchmarks to get a sense of whether US fortune five hundred companies are way off. Can you talk a little bit Sheila about, you know, is Europe doing better? We'll both when it comes to corporate leadership and boards of directors. Well, I know that there has been an interesting campaign that started in the UK to try and get more women on boards of directors of companies because that is seen as a really important, not only contributor to kind of good decision making and and good compliance at companies. But also, you know, having a more diverse group of people on the board leads to broader searches for top executives, more people contributing to conversations about who should become a CEO. So there's this group called the thirty percent club, which which was campaigning to try to get companies to sign on and commit to to having thirty percent women on their boards and not there yet, but there has been some success and there's a US chapters well, and I believe the group is promoting twenty eight percent now in the UK and there are other countries, Norway, I think was one of the first that have actually mandated, you know, quotas on boards and it is hard. To see a quota system like that really working in the United States. It's culturally at odds with the way things are done here, but it has been affective and at some point and it makes sense to start to consider. You know, I'm more regulatory sort of approach because this this organic approach has not worked it. It the the progress has been extremely slow. And you know, we might need to put more public pressure on companies to commit to making changes in this area component. If quotas are culturally not in line with America's business culture, you know, are there incentives, Christie glass? Are there other things that companies can do both to promote women into leadership and make sure they're boards reflect the diversity of America? Yeah, absolutely. I think all too often what company the approach that companies take aboard diversity there is there has been more pressure. On companies to to pursued for diversity, but all too often companies pursue what's called the one and done policy where they appoint one woman or one person of color and call it good. In fact, we know that the greatest likelihood that a woman will be appointed to aboard is when the current woman steps down from the board. But there's lots of research to suggest that that one and done isn't enough board. Diversity can make a huge impact on opportunities for women's promotion support for women leaders as well as a host of other things that companies really.
"ebeling" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"He's done a good job. We got to the final product. The goals been met. We know we're supposed to say, thank you and we generally do, but it turns out that's that's not enough to encourage that word to give you a visual. It means to poor courage into and where am I going to pour that courage of an import into your hearts. Here's that emotional connection. It is emotional. We are human and when do you need courage? You don't need it at the end when you've already had the victory, you need courage along the way. When the going gets tough and it's hard and buying selling buyers need courage when they're trying to sell this idea to everybody else in their organization, and they're saying no to others so that they can make a choice to work with you and they're putting their their next on the chopping block because they're proposing change. And what if that change doesn't work out the way they think it will. They need courage, praise, recognition, celebration, dignifying them that they're. Ideas are good, and that they are capable ennobling them in Opal means to make people feel worthy or important. And so all of these things all the way through when people are making great effort that's worthy of being recognized. So to encourage the heart means that you are constantly on the lookout for what people are doing well and what they're doing to advance toward the shared goals that you have the vision and how they might be a bringing the values, the shared values that that you discovered in modeling the way to. It seems that at least in leadership, a lot of the negative behaviors, the command in control, I think is probably the the key one where when someone tries to control, it tends to lead to practices that are the opposite of encouraging the heart in Ebeling others to act and inspiring much of anything right. Yes, I contrast command and control to heart and soul, and as a leader. You can't be afraid to put yourself in the mix. Being a little transparent, even vulnerable, helps people to feel connected to you and to see you as a leader that they.
"ebeling" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You know Almost want to, say compartmentalize, it and you know. You won't turn the TV off and just kind of, you know, just have, some quiet time and. Say okay We all about is going, to be, more coming out the future and everything, but You know it's not going to go away and this. Is the, start, of and that's one of the things I'm gonna talk about tonight you know, business Are we in Ebeling terrorism. In our, businesses and you know there's some things that come out that have, come out just today about those guys are gonna try to. Pronounce his, name But there's a lot there I. Don't care what you do when things like this happen, or things in in your life at happened you start. Digging, things, up. You, start looking in the in the in the? Closet skeletons in this guy in his family had long skeletons and there's been some things that have come up so oh yeah yeah well You know there's a lot to talk about tonight there's. A, lot, going. On I think you hit the nail on, it you know we're about mama props about small, businesses in, the thing is is, that when that affects like it affected us you know almost four. Years ago it affected our entire. Business in. Mom and pops that, you can't you can't walk, away from that you can't you can't shut down you know you wrote to but there's. Some things you can't shut down when you have businesses up and going everything and I think. That, some of the things we want to, touch on in talk about, tonight, well I think it, means something, to like I think back on fat. Tom and that kind of You don't feel that. I, mean you kind of I remember just, staring at the computer and, it's, like nothing else mattered I'm like I'm treading water here and I don't know how to. Function basically disoriented and but what the cool thing was is that I, remember people stepping up employees and people around friends,.
"ebeling" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Afternoon commute for lakeshore drive motorists the drive has been shut down in both. Directions between Irving park and Fullerton with demonstrators, standing on the southbound side of lake shore drive at. Belmont listening, to organizers speak organizers say they believe the March in the, affluent neighborhood will draw attention to violence corruption and the lack of economic. Investment in the city's African American neighborhoods the protestors are also demanding, resignations of superintendent, Eddie Johnson and mayor Rahm Emanuel for, they say their failure to stem gun violence, they plan to exit, lakeshore drive at, Belmont head over to. Clark then up Clark. To revealed east and westbound traffic has, been shut down on Addison. Street between Clark and Southport as 67-year-old northwestern Indiana man has died after. He drove into the path of an Amtrak passenger train Michigan city, police say the local man was pronounced dead at the scene. Following the crash around seven thirty this morning he was the only. Person in the car police say the westbound train carrying one hundred ninety eight, passengers was traveling fifty nine miles per hour at impact and push the car About five hundred yards down the. Tracks no one aboard the train was injured police say some of the trains passengers were bussed to a nearby south shore commuter rail station to complete, their trip to Chicago Amtrak, bust others to Chicago checks have been sent out to more than nine hundred Illinois workers to cover back pay owed. Since two thousand eleven are Nick. Gale with that comptroller Susanna Mendoza says the. Checks were issued to department of public health workers she says the department is the. First state agency to issue vouchers to her office in Ebeling the money to be paid the Springfield say journal register reports that state lawmakers included sixty three million dollars in illinois's current budget to take care of back wages which they described as the state's oldest outstanding bills former governor Pat Quinn said back in twenty eleven that the state could not pay a two percent raise to the workers. Because lawmakers hadn't appropriated enough money about twenty four thousand state workers are owed pay dating back to twenty eleven Nick gale, WLS AM eight ninety new WLS traffic at four thirty To again lakeshore drive shut down. In both directions. Between Fullerton and Irving. Park. With protesters in the south bound lanes.
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"ebeling" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Patrick fos President Trump is thanking North Korea for turning over the remains of those believed to be US servicemembers, killed in the Korean, war nearly seventy years later they're coming. Back to the United States President Trump speaking of the remains that were airlifted out of North. Korea at the White House he, expressed his appreciation to chairman Kim Jong UN for fulfilling a promise. That he made to me the president said these incredible American heroes will soon lie at, rest on sacred American soil Greg Clugston Washington more than three thousand cases of bottled water have been handed out at a small south western Michigan city after contaminants were founded its municipal water, supply Friday residents in parchment were warned not to drink or cook with. Water from. The, faucet Michigan Lieutenant governor Brian, Kelly says they're working on affects everything from how to flush and discharge the water from the from the current system to how to hook up to a new system and ensure that the new system works well with the old infrastructure all All of those things there's a there. Are a team of professionals working, together to make it happen the water system serves about three thousand. People Facebook and Washington state have reached a legally binding agreement that requires the tech giant, the stop Ebeling advertisers to unlawfully discriminate in who sees their ads Facebook says that was already doing so under pressure from civil rights activists it announced the neighbor lit removed thousands of categories, from its explosion targeting tools which allow companies to control who Caesar EDS. Including for, jobs and housing the removed categories, include attributes such as race ethnicity sexual orientation and religion correspondent Dennis Crowley on Wall Street the Dow slid seventy six points Friday to finish at.
"ebeling" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Hour from, townhall dot com Patrick thaws President Trump has stiking North Korea for turning over the remains of those believed to be US servicemembers, killed in the Korean, war nearly seventy years later they're coming. Back to the United States President Trump speaking of the remains that were airlifted out of North. Korea at the White House he, expressed his appreciation to chairman Kim Jong UN for fulfilling a promise. That he made to me the president said these incredible American heroes will soon lie at, rest on sacred American soil Greg Clugston Washington more than three thousand cases of bottled water have been had about at a small south western Michigan city after contaminants were founded, its municipal water supply Friday residents and parchment were warned not to drink or cook with. Water from. The, faucet Michigan Lieutenant governor Brian Kelly says they're working on a fix everything from how to flush and discharge the water from the from the current system to how to hook up to a new system and ensure that the new system works well with the old infrastructure all Those things there's. A there are team of professionals, working together to make it happen water system serves about three thousand. People Facebook and Washington state have reached a legally binding agreement that requires the tech giant, does stop at Ebeling advertisers to unlawfully discriminate in who sees their ads Facebook says was already doing so under pressure from civil rights activists it announced in April it removed, thousands of categories from its explosion targeting tools which allow companies to control who sees their. Ads including, for jobs and housing the removed categories include attributes such as race ethnicity sexual orientation and religion correspondent Dennis Crowley on Wall Street the Dow slid seventy six points Friday to.
"ebeling" Discussed on The World Transformed
"On tuesday's show you were starting to make some comparisons that i think are right up there with fire and electric but when it comes to a i you know something that's ebeling technology like that right i mean a i is penders box it enables everything and the only thing i can think of that would compare would be very communicating technologies going all the way back the element of language in prehistory at some point we went from animals that were not able to communicate very well at all to being able to communicate with one another with with pro line which and then with language and then you know alternate at some point we started scratching and klay right and preserving it and so we hit the written language was born that way papyrus eventually that was a huge deal and ultimately you know we get a printing press in the middle ages right and now that was she i guess the next step after that would probably after the printing press is probably the development of the internet and now what could possibly be more profound than the internet a on i'm right with google seal on this it's it's a big big deal you drew you drew the line all the way but let's go back because i think that's really interesting let's go back to language because if you look at just if you look just at language as its own thing i spoken and then written if we treat those kind of part one and part two of an overall development in the course of human history it definitely changed us as a species it enabled civilization it enabled run everything that came afterwards it fundamentally changed the planet and ultimately maybe the destiny of the whole universe i mean that sounds over the top but really it isn't when you consider where humanity may go and what role we may end up playing in the cosmic scheme of things none of that would have happened but for the fact that we started talking and then writing everything follows that nothing happens without that and it's possible that artificial intelligence.
"ebeling" Discussed on The NBA Show
"I think it's maybe it's also on cat he's going to set better screens as good a really be more aggressive and establishing post position he's going to do things like that too and demand the ball made me maybe it's on coaching ebeling him right so demand the ball but that's something that's like screw it i'm gonna best big minimum bass to be all shack but he doesn't need to like be like hey give me the ball i'm going to put your head through a window at the same time like who's providing him space hello you wiggins as we mentioned hasn't stepped up he's not sure what eighty percent of himself and elsewhere you have like taj gibson whose ffective lease just another big there to soak up bodies i mean it's like you're justin butler only shot six times jimmy at a certain point he played only twenty five minutes night but he scored eleven points three i mean there's just there's just no juice to this offense floor yeah stretched three of builds yeah it's tough it's just like also like we actually did take the most shots so there's like obviously like the the difference between how somebody perceives themself and how they're actually executing in this series is really off as far as other winners and losers go should we coach thick second to talk about my my large adult koala justice winslow shallow bit of a cheat sheet on how to handle ben which is do not give him thirty five feet of runway to either tomahawk dunk or make a magic johnson pass i think that kevin and i were talking about this you can see how much farther along he is in his career even than somebody like wiggins in terms of the boys in terms of like if we need a bucket if we need to play i'm going to go do it and also on the defensive end he still pretty he's way better than i thought he was going to be it's like we were talking earlier there was a certain player who just didn't execute a simple play in ben simmons he never fail fix keep plays whether it's vance plays whether it's crazy l passes full court he doesn't all unbelievable defensively as well across he just he affects the game in various ways he rebounds he scores he passes the ball wiggins you know if he's not scoring.
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"They do it and it's fine but we do it in its armageddon he says the shame jerks screaming for bill o'reilly scalp worship bill clinton and his drunken pervert ebeling pseudo wife or take the trump russia black hole of idiocy please remember how obama wish to the rush skis i'll have more flexibility after the election and that was cool but according to an anonymous source reading a bar tab over the phone to some credulous washington post hack one of trump's relatives alerted a vodka once trays of treason treason treason kirch letter says the left is shocked that the right has now stopped carrying about the old rules since for so long the left relied on the right to subordinate its human instinct and conform to those rules even when the left ignored them we refused to snoop to their level it for a long time we were quote better than that but you can only have one side being better than that for so long before people get sick of being the butt of the hypocrisy hypocrisy is poised not because it makes people stop knowing right from wrong but because it makes its victims stop caring about right and wrong then jacobs the reporter got smacked around and millions of us just don't give a damn he says we although it was wrong for greg june four day to beat up then jacobs but we also know the general attitude of media is that when we conservatives get beat up by leftist his perfectly excusable even laudable and thanks to the fact that twitter is forever we now know that this reporter ben jacobs himself specifically thought it was a okay to slug conservative kids there's a tweet apparently the been jacob shut out a while ago where he seems to justify a sixteen year old conservative kid getting punched in the mouth and that was okay with this guy that got his clashes broken by greg jim forte schlichter says this is a good.