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"Countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Ukraine is ruling out a ceasefire as Russian fighting intensifies in the eastern part of that country Reports say Russia has been waging a major offensive in Ukraine's donbas region In this nightly address last night president zelensky called the situation extremely difficult and said Ukrainian forces were holding off the Russian army in two major cities While the U.S. is sending $40 billion now in security and humanitarian aid to Ukraine The measure provides additional security and humanitarian aid for the country as it battles the ongoing Russian invasion Administration officials believe the $40 billion will be enough to keep Ukraine afloat through the current fiscal year I'm Brad Siegel Older Americans are being urged to get a COVID booster shot to stop a rise in hospitalization CDC director Rochelle Walensky says they increase in hospitalizations has been steep and substantial Monkeypox is spreading the World Health Organization's now confirmed 80 cases of monkeypox with recent outbreaks in 11 countries In the U.S. one possible case in New York and one in Massachusetts are being investigated I'm Scott Carr You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol massar and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stenog from Bloomberg radio They call me mad oh yeah takes right all right well that's mellow yellow of course by the singer songwriter Donovan popular in the 1960s but we all know it It is a good introduction to our weekly deep dive into our Bloomberg pursuits section My co host Carol master traveling for work this week but we do want to talk about leisure right now For that I'm joined by Bloomberg pursuits deputy editor Jim daddy Also travel editor Nikki eckstein they're here with us to help build a perfect itinerary for our summer vacations Yes there's still time to do that Jim I want to start with you though Why are we listening to mellow yellow Mellow yellow has a prominent role in one of the stories this week Summer travel season is upon us And we're all feeling a little bit sensory deprived And so Nikki came up with this really great idea about how to reinvigorate your senses So we picked 5 the 5 senses And found itineraries for each one where you can kind of engage those senses and get back in touch with them Nikki what were you thinking whenever you were had this Wide world of travel and how to engage your senses You know we always think about travel in terms of a destination for our right Where am I going This year it feels a little bit like people don't care where they're going They want to go anywhere and they want to feel something And I think in comparison to how we were traveling in 2021 we were still a little bit conscious of COVID We were still social distancing And I just remember going to the Caribbean and seeing the bluest water I thought I had ever seen in my whole entire life because my eyes had not laid You know I hadn't laid eyes on that color and so long but touch the sound of people close by all of those other senses were still far in the background And this year I think we can really flood our senses in a less restrained way and that's what we were going for here Yeah I remember going to the Caribbean as well And the sun on my skin just felt a little bit warmer You didn't get to touch any wells though Did not touch any well anyway I want to talk a little bit about that Nikki because I think this was such a great way to approach the travel section in the pursuit section for the magazine And I want to start with that sense of touch You found an area of the world where people can travel to not so easily It turns out And make contact with whales Yeah so you think about Baja California in Mexico and you think about Cabo This is a part of that state Granted cabos in Baja California This is regular Baja California just north of that And there's a bay with four sheltered lagoons in Baja California It's called laguna San Ignacio And there is an operator called Baja expeditions that runs the only luxury leaning trips to this area getting there is a little bit of a schlep But once you arrive you stay in sort of like a plush safari camp kind of a situation And you go out on these boat rides where you can visit gray whales These are huge animals They grow up to almost a 100,000 pounds each They're enormous and you're on tiny little boats and what do you do you splash in the water to draw their attention and they come right up to you And they introduce you to their babies who are born in these lagoons learning how to swim and you can interact with them and you can physically touch them They give you permission to touch them which is pretty unprecedented in terms of wildlife encounters and ethical wildlife encounters Nikki the writer Sarah Clemens has a really funny image Describing what it's like to touch one of these whales These are huge animals as you mentioned but how did you describe it It's a little bit like touching a hard boiled egg Tim you ever petted a hard boiled egg.
"eckstein" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio Now a global news update the first major load of baby formula from Europe could hit store shelves in the U.S. early next week the first shipment for operation fly formula is set to arrive in Indiana This weekend after 132 palettes of Nestlé infant formula was loaded on a cargo aircraft at ramstein air base in Germany In a tweet President Biden said that means up to one and a half million bottles worth of formula will be on American shelves as soon as possible Tiger Woods is withdrawing from the PGA Championship after making the cut in just his second tournament back from a severe leg injury in February of last year wood shot a 9 over 79 on Saturday one of the worst rounds of his career he was noticeably limping around the course with the cold and rainy weather making things especially difficult It's the first time Woods has withdrawn from a major tournament as a professional Early voting is the winner of the 147th Preakness stakes the horse had the second best odds to win fan favorite epicenter came in second while creative minister came in third Temperatures in Baltimore were around 90° making it one of the hottest races in Preakness history I'm Chris coraggio You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol masher and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steven from Bloomberg radio I try to sleep They call me mad oh yeah and I'll take right all right well that's mellow yellow horse by the singer songwriter Donovan popular in the 1960s but we all know it It is a good introduction to our weekly deep dive into our Bloomberg pursuits section My co host Carol master traveling for work this week but we do want to talk about leisure right now For that I'm joined by Bloomberg pursuits deputy editor Jim daddy Also travel editor Nikki eckstein they're here with us to help build a perfect itinerary for our summer vacations Yes there's still time to do that Jim I want to start with you though Why are we listening to mellow yellow Mellow yellow has a prominent role in one of the stories this week Summer travel season is upon us And we're all feeling a little bit sensory deprived And so Nikki came up with this really great idea about how to reinvigorate your senses So we picked 5 the 5 senses And found itineraries for each one where you can kind of engage those senses and get back in touch with them Nikki what were you thinking whenever you were had this Wide world of travel and how to engage your senses You know we always think about travel in terms of a destination for us right Where am I going This year it feels a little bit like people don't care where they're going They want to go anywhere and they want to feel something And I think in comparison to how we were traveling in 2021 we were still a little bit conscious of COVID We were still social distancing And I just remember going to the Caribbean and seeing the bluest water I thought I had ever seen in my whole entire life because my eyes had not laid You know I haven't laid eyes on that color and so long but touch the sound of people close by all of those other senses were still far in the background And this year I think we can really flood our senses in a less restrained way and that's what we were going for here Yeah I remember going to the Caribbean as well And the sun on my skin just felt a little bit warmer You didn't get to touch any whales though I want to talk a little bit about that Nikki because I think this was such a great way to approach the travel section in the pursuit section for the magazine And I want to start with that sense of touch You found an area of the world where people can travel to not so easily It turns out And make contact with whales Yeah so you think about Baja California in Mexico and you think about Cabo This is a part of that state granted cabos in Baja California This is regular Baja California just north of that And there's a bay with four sheltered lagoons in Baja California It's called laguna San Ignacio And there is an operator called Baja expeditions that runs the only luxury leaning trips to this area getting there is a little bit of a schlep But once you arrive you stay in sort of like a plush safari camp kind of a situation And you go out on these boat rides where you can visit gray whales These are huge animals They grow up to almost a 100,000 pounds each They're enormous and you're on tiny little boats and what do you do you splash in the water to draw their attention and they come right up to you and they introduce you to their babies who are born in these lagoons learning how to swim and you can interact with them and you can physically touch them They give you permission to touch them which is pretty unprecedented in terms of wildlife encounters and ethical wildlife encounters Nikki the writer Sarah Clemens has a really funny image describing what it's like to touch one of these whales These are huge animals as you mentioned but how did you describe it It's a little bit like touching a hard boiled egg Tim you ever petted a hard boiled egg Belly But a two ton puppy at that She has a very very funny way of writing And she also really struggles.
"eckstein" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Co host Carol master traveling for work this week but we do want to talk about leisure right now For that I'm joined by Bloomberg pursuits deputy editor Jim daddy Also travel editor Nikki eckstein they're here with us to help build a perfect itinerary for our summer vacations Yes there's still time to do that Jim I want to start with you though Why are we listening to mellow yellow Mellow yellow has a prominent role in one of the stories this week Summer travel season is upon us And we're all feeling a little bit sensory deprived And so Nikki came up with this really great idea about how to reinvigorate your senses So we picked 5 the 5 senses And found itineraries for each one where you can kind of engage those senses and get back in touch with them Nikki what were you thinking whenever you were had this Wide world of travel and how to engage your senses You know we always think about travel in terms of a destination for us right Where am I going This year it feels a little bit like people don't care where they're going They want to go anywhere and they want to feel something And I think in comparison to how we were traveling in 2021 we were still a little bit conscious of COVID We were still social distancing And I just remember going to the Caribbean and seeing the bluest water I thought I had ever seen in my whole entire life because my eyes have not laid You know I hadn't laid eyes on that color And so long but touch the sound of people close by all of those other senses were still far in the background And this year I think we can really flood our senses And in a less restrained way and that's what we were going for here Yeah I remember going to the Caribbean as well And the sun on my skin just felt a little bit warmer You didn't get to touch any whales though Did not touch any I want to talk a little bit about that Nikki because I think this was such a great way to approach the travel section in the pursuit section for the magazine And I want to start with that sense of touch You found an area of the world where people can travel to not so easily It turns out And make contact with whales Yeah so you think about Baja California in Mexico and you think about Cabo This is a part of that state granted cabos and Baja California sure This is regular Baja California just north of that And there's a bay with four sheltered lagoons in Baja California It's called laguna San Ignacio And there is an operator called Baja expeditions that runs the only luxury leaning trips to this area getting there is a little bit of a schlep But once you arrive you stay in sort of like a plush safari camp kind of a situation And you go out on these boat rides where you can visit gray whales These are huge animals They grow up to almost a 100,000 pounds each They're enormous and you're on tiny little boats and what do you do you splash in the water to draw their attention and they come right up to you and they introduce you to their babies who are born in these lagoons learning how to swim and you can interact with them and you can physically touch them They give you permission to touch them which is pretty unprecedented in terms of wildlife encounters and ethical wildlife encounters Nikki the writers Sarah Clemens has a really funny image Describing what it's like to touch one of these whales These are huge animals as you mentioned but how did she describe it It's a little bit like touching a hard boiled egg Tim you ever petted a hard boiled egg But a two ton puppy at that She has a very very funny way of writing And she also really struggles with this idea of cutting wild animals because it's something that we as travel writers usually are telling people not to do So how is this okay Nicky It's okay because the whales are interacting on their own terms There are a lot of restrictions put into place on tourism There are only 16 tiny little boats allowed into an approved viewing area at any one time which is very few people the whales it's that their discretion whether they come up to you or not Nothing is being done to feed them to entice them And all of the interactions are completely on their terms Interestingly enough whales are very sensory animals We kind of coming back to this idea of the 5 senses They communicate via touch which I did not know The babies roll all over their moms to signal that they're ready to nurse They touch one another to talk So this is something that they like to do I want to talk about sight the next sense that you cover in this Nicky And I think for anyone who saw HBO's white lotus this will be a familiar image But forgotten Polynesian art of voyaging or wayfinding for that we go to Hawaii tell us about it Yes so we really wanted to do something surprising with each sentence We didn't want to give you the classic blue water in the Caribbean because we've all been there and done that as I have already Established right But what about seeing at night What about seeing the dark That's what our writer Jen Murphy did when she learned how to read the stars in order to steer her outrigger canoe in Maui which is the sport that she'd been pursuing for fitness And when she realized that there was this kind of forgotten cultural aspect lurking beneath the surface of this thing that she'd been doing to work out She got really interested in it and started learning and ended up training with a master Voyager Who teaches her about reading the stars and reading the wave like fingerprints in the ocean And it is poetic and lyrical and beautiful to think about how nature sends all of these visual funds our way that we take for granted And she stops taking them for granted in this teeth and teaching us a little bit about what we can be looking for Yeah that was what was interesting to me about this story You think of going to Maui and it's like a feast for the eyes kind of thing This sort of stereotypical travel writing kind of thing Nikki but one of the things that was really impressive to me about this is that it feels very relevant to average people like myself who may not have the best sense of direction.
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"eckstein" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A minute before the news and I wanted to talk to Steve again And so game of love you got to tell me more about this because prior to Wayne Fontana I don't know So can you tell me can you give me some lyrics Can you tell me anything about it Yeah the song goes the game of love is the game of chance to strangers need And then tonight less than that for something like that Okay I can probably find this It may be a while because I'm going to have to come up with more lyrics but I bet you I will And that'll be a challenge for me Well I'll give you a couple more hands that might help you locate it Either one one of them was on the death of label Okay And the label was pink which it may mean that it was that could be anything Probably not Some of the more pink so that could be anything But it was on deck All right well that tells me something too I can look up a decade on 45 discography Yeah the one that was on deck was a group a bill somebody and whatever And they started off with a bop who thoughtful bought that kind of thing Oh I want to hear this May have been by Billy eckstein It was on mercury That would be okay It was very broad and dramatic not rhythmic in arrangement at all I will say that I will look for both of these Thank you for that This will be fun And if I come up with either of them you will hear them Excellent All right thanks for calling I'll do it again All right have a good evening Okay you two And we'll find out what's going on in the world and continue with this for another hour and a half right here on WGN radio.
"eckstein" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"About the paint trade And at Bloomberg our market vision is 2020 I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rights market Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Business finance and the latest news affecting world markets Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The nation's labor secretary is talking up the December job figure that fell short of expectations It's a solid number as we continue to move forward and recover here in our recovery Marty Walsh also admitted there's more work to do as the economy added 199,000 jobs in December Walsh was asked why President Biden is polling so low when it comes to the economy and he said it's unfortunate That's because wall said Biden has had a successful first year's president The secretary pointed to Congress passing and the president signing an economic stimulus bill and an infrastructure package President Biden is remembering the late senator Harry Reid as a man you wanted in your corner speaking at a memorial service for the former Senate majority leader in Las Vegas Saturday Biden said Harry was like the guys he grew up with in Scranton The president added that he would always have your back and if he gave you his word he kept it Biden served more than two decades in the Senate with the Nevada Democrat Reed passed away December 28th after a long battle with cancer I'm Chris Graham You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol matter and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steine from Bloomberg radio Every new watch is like a new piece of art It has a different story to tell The time wines as a whole really speak to that quintessential need It is the most powerful car made in the U.S. period You get the beautiful interior or the iconic design It's very chic and pot Even if you pay for it it's something that American gets If you travel plants around hole because of the amaron berry or fear nod our Bloomberg pursuits team they are still going around the globe on covering the perfect destinations for you to plan your next trip I love this section I do too I travel takeover Who doesn't love it That's what's happening in this week's pursuit section produced by our travel editor Nikki eckstein and company So Nicki was actually traveling at the time that we put this broadcast together She's right now on a plane back from Anguilla So we went right to her boss We went to the top Bloomberg pursuits editor Chris rouser to tell us what we need to know Chris your team literally all over the world for the series of stories A big theme of the section is family I want to get into that in just a moment but when you're doing this and you guys do this a lot you look around the world how do you put it all together You said I was going to tell you what you need to know And the first thing is that you need to know is that I am not mad at Nikki She has pen in Anguilla trying restaurants and hotel So she's there for work Yeah yeah oh she's there to work So when we put together these lists Nikki has a running a vast database of every new hotel opening major restaurants major tours that are opening up cruise lines So we know everything that's going on especially in the luxury field And what makes our list a little different from other lists is that we really do focus on luxury access and luxury places to stay and things to do when you're traveling So our so take the Amalfi Coast for example we featured this year now The Amalfi Coast hasn't changed a ton in the past few decades It's always been a wonderful place to go But this year in particular there have been a couple of new luxury hotels opening So that's the reason why that would end up on our list this year The other thing that we focus on this year was places that you can go to be together You maybe don't want to go to October 1st Be with thousands of other people but maybe you want to take a family trip and you want to rent out a few tents on a safari and you can go with the big group or maybe you want to go to a hotel that specializes in the villa So you can rent a little house for your family Or you go on a drinking trip with your friends to Wales So each of these little places has a little bit of a suggestion on how to spend some time with people or just meet locals Well one thing that caught my eye to see you have places all over the world on this list but I want to start with somewhere that's a little closer to home for a lot of people Boca Raton is a cool place to hang out Has anybody ever seen Seinfeld Come on You don't go to Boca And suddenly cool Boca Raton This is hard for people to believe but Boca Raton and the area So Fort Lauderdale Palm Beach have a bunch of new hotels that are kind of they kind of compete with luxury big luxury resorts elsewhere like Baja and the Caribbean As Amanda and oriental that's going to open up there in the Boca area And there's some really serious restaurants like major food group which does carbone in New York and Miami They're doing a takeover of an old golf Clubhouse there That's currently called flamingo grill So there's actually like a lot of cool stuff to do there And it's obviously still as beautiful and sunny as it was when your grandparents were there Well it was the place inside Seinfeld Chris Delbo vista Yes It can eat early I love it I love it I love it What I do like to so much of what's in there 'cause I've been thinking I've never done a safari I would love to do it There's so much great outside stuff Yeah And you know the big thing in safaris now is walking safaris So you think of you think of a safari you get in it Maybe with no cost you go out you try to see the big 5 lions elephants hippos Now in a couple of the places that we feature one is in Zambia and the other is quizo and natal in South Africa You walk around And you're on foot So you really it may not seem like it's for everybody and it may not be for me But it's a very incredible way to get up close with some of these animals And particularly some of the walking safari is really focused on birds so it's not as carnivore focused But also these all these safari outlets are really conservation focused especially the ones that we teach And so you can go oftentimes you can rent a small group of tents together for.
"eckstein" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A 120 countries this is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update President Biden says fires are the most frightening of all dilemmas while promising his full support to the people of Colorado His remarks came Friday as he toured the devastating impacts of the Marshall fire in boulder county Former president Obama will deliver the eulogy at the memorial service for late Senate majority leader Harry Reid later today Lisa Taylor has more The service is being held in Las Vegas President Biden and House speaker Nancy Pelosi will also deliver remarks along with Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer singer songwriter Carole King will perform at reads memorial read rely on state at the U.S. capitol on Wednesday the veteran Nevada lawmaker died recently after a long battle against cancer Reid was 82 I'm Lisa Taylor Travelers just can't seem to catch a break as the number of flights to later canceled Friday surpass the 5000 mark airports along the east coast were bearing the brunt of the problems as a snowstorm moved through the area They include Laguardia and JFK in New York along with Boston and Newark I'm Brad Steven You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol masser and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steno V from Bloomberg radio Every new watch is like a new piece of art It doesn't different story to tell Italian wines as a whole really speak to that quintessential need It is the most powerful car made in the U.S. period You get that beautiful interior that iconic design It's very chic and posh It's something that molecule gets If you travel plants around hole because of the Akron berry or fear nod our Bloomberg pursuits team they are still going around the globe uncovering the perfect destinations for you to plan your next trip I love this section I do too I travel takeover Who doesn't love it That's what's happening in this week's pursuit section produced by our travel editor Nikki eckstein and company So Nicki was actually traveling at the time that we put this broadcast together She's right now on a plane back from Anguilla So we went right to her boss We went to the top Bloomberg pursuits editor Chris rouser to tell us what we need to know Chris your team literally all over the world for the series of stories A big theme of the section is family I want to get into that in just a moment but when you're doing this and you guys do this a lot you look around the world How do you kind of put it all together You said I was going to tell you what you need to know And the first thing is that you need to know is that I am not mad at Nikki 5 days She has been in Anguilla trying restaurants and hotel though So she's there for work Yeah yeah Oh she's there for work So when we put together these lists Nikki has a running a vast database of every new hotel opening major restaurants major tours that are opening up cruise lines So we know everything about going on especially in the luxury field And what makes our list a little different from other lists is that we really do focus on luxury access and luxury places to stay and things to do when you're traveling So take the Amalfi Coast for example We featured this year now The Amalfi Coast hasn't changed a ton in the past few decades There's always been a wonderful place to go But this year in particular there have been a couple of new luxury hotels opening So that's the reason why that would end up on our list this year The other thing that we focus on this year was places that you can go to be together You maybe don't want to go to October 1st Be with thousands of other people but maybe you want to take a family trip and you want to rent out a few tents on a safari and you can go with a big group or maybe you want to go to a hotel that specializes in villa So you can rent a little house for your family Or you go on a drinking trip with your friends to Wales So each of these little places has a little bit of a suggestion on how to spend some time with people or just meet local Well one thing that caught my eye you have places all over the world on this list but I want to start with somewhere that's a little closer to home for a lot of people Boca Raton is a cool place to hang out Has anybody ever seen Seinfeld Come on You don't go to Boca And suddenly cool Boca Raton This is hard for people to believe but Boca Raton and the area So Fort Lauderdale Palm Beach have a bunch of new hotels that are kind of they kind of compete with luxury big luxury resorts elsewhere like bajamar and the Caribbean as Amanda and oriental that's going to open up there in the Boca area And there's some really serious restaurants Major food group which does carbone in New York and Miami They're doing a takeover of an old golf Clubhouse there That's currently called flamingo grill So there's actually like a lot of cool stuff to do there And it's obviously still as beautiful and sunny as it was when you're referenced were there What was the place in Seinfeld Chris Del Boca this that Yes It can eat early I love it I love it I love it What I do like to so much of what's in there 'cause I've been thinking I've never done a safari I would love to do it There's so much great outside stuff Yeah And you know the big thing in safaris now is walking safaris So you think of you think of a safari you get in it Maybe with no cost you go out you try to see the big 5 lions elephants hippos Now in a couple of the places that we feature one is in Zambia and the other is quasi natal in South Africa You walk around And you're on foot So you really it may not seem like it's for everybody and it may not be for me But it's a very incredible way to get up close with some of these animals And particularly some of the walking safari is really focused on birds so it's not as carnivore focused But also these all these safari outlets are really conservation focused.
"eckstein" Discussed on Caught Offside
"And like did we know like they did what they did to barcelona now granted like we've come to learn more about barcelona but when that game happened. Barcelona seemed to be okay. They were playing well domestically and then that game occurred and it just seemed like that was a turning point in the early part of barcelona season that they have yet to recover from from just an absolute beatdown that they took it was three on the scoreline. I mean anyone who watched that game to felt way worse than that. It was even more dominant so i mean i don't know i'm i'm in right now on farm unit put okay. I've got one more on. Its german as well Or be licet. D- are as as i hire. Some commentators called the lights. Each one. Claw bruce to jesse marsh under pressure andrew tenth in in the bundesliga. They did have a big win at the weekend. Boot rafeh horn eckstein was tweeting about this game. I didn't see this game bought. Apparently the leipzig defending was not of a champions league. Quality on a defeat at home to bruges not good and kind of for the first time in his managerial career. At least in europe you would. You would fear for jesse marsh little bit of adversity. I have faith in him. We'll see how we studies the ship. Yep all right. let's go ahead. let's take a break when we come back speaking of jesse marsh. We have other americans to talk about the us. Men's squad has been announced for their upcoming world cup qualifier. So we'll do some of that. Got a nice mail bag as well so still a lot to do. Don't don't go anywhere. Oh back now on caught offside. Us men's squad has been announced. I am excited. There's there's a few things i want to talk about. So i kind of you know. Obviously we'll talk about these games in greater detail when they happen but just looking at the squad. There's a couple things that stood out to me. First of all obviously no crystal and no geoana. Those are glaring absences just becoming increasingly frustrating. That like like we talked about during the last set of qualifiers that this is the moment like the era is here of all these brilliant young players that are playing prominent clubs in europe. But if they're not healthy that ever this is what we've been waiting for and it's kind of like we're not being able to see it and take advantage of this moment Granted this is all just small individual spots. The big thing is If they do qualify you want these guys healthy for the world cup but it is still like just as a fan. I just want to see it. I wanna see the the eleven but preferred eleven. So you know. I get it. I understand playing these. They both were injured on international duty with the us and hadn't been able to get back to being fully fit again so that was one one bit of frustration. Also it's worth pointing out a A us soccer spokesperson told. Espn that as of now. The uk based players that were included on this team. Tim reams steph. Anthony robinson will not travel to panama given its status as a red list country and the ten day quarantine period that's required upon their return to the uk. So that's i think the us can still be okay. I think this is a deep enough team as we've come to find out at. There's one of the strengths here when this team. But it's worth mentioning. The people know that going in that those players will not be available for that game. The actual controversy of selection. Outside of those who just can't be available is again in the forward line andrew The forwards are brendan aronson. Red bull salzburg. Paul arriola dc. United matthew hoppy minorca. Ricardo peppy currently of fc dallas. But apparently. i xe have calm to speak with him. Directly and invited him to train with them Timothy way of lille on jesse's art is of the columbus crew being missing one is the inform faulk of young boys berne scoring in the champions league in scoring in his own domestic league. And also conrad del day of marseille. Who has made a decent start as well to his to his tenure or to his time rather at at marseille in illegal. So also did you. Did you mention just arjun upping their. Yes josh sergeant. Not included despite a recent primarily action for norwich. I mean joe. Sergeant will be able to travel for the panama game anyway so Yeah sergeant i'm not so shocked about it. If someone said we're going gonna get started to break. We're going to give him time to get more game time at norwich and and see more from him. I would understand that But the controversy is like on twitter. Anyway it's like all right. What what can be fought do outside a scoring the champions and be scoring in his domestic competition like he's he scoring much more at timothy way. Hasn't scored yet this season. They don't think not in league action. For lee complaints about paul arriola been involved again You know jesse's is obviously the whipping boy but we know josh aired is going to be in squads more often than not and the way was that and i'm fine with it right His reasoning so he appeared on a paramount pluses coverage champions yesterday was interviewed by Teary anri and bod kit abdul and he was asked why nor p faulk by and his answer was that he wanted more verticality team. So guys who can run behind guys. Who are more mobile. And i like okay. I understand that that makes sense. That's how you want to play fine but you know pe- faulk will give you something different and also he would be there on merit. No one's asking you to start him. He doesn't have to start but the fact that he's not included Yeah i'm not. I'm not sure no bradenton at a brilliant game for red bull salzburg in champions league this way he was he was excellent against lille. But like you look at the end of tim ways like why is tim. Way a guaranteed to get into the squad ahead of conrad de fontaine like i. That's another one for me. I don't understand tim way. If you look at how we finished last season. How started this season. He's not a guaranteed starter for lille. I understand that he does. He's more mobile than a peacock. You can play a wide or complain. More centrally gives you more options..
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"eckstein" Discussed on Getting Into Infosec
"Let me take a boss and just look at a little bit more than calling from and stuff like that is really helpful. I'm underrepresented groups. Are definitely folks in having more or syndrome. And i would say. Have someone to hold you accountable. Be critical of anything you say but ordering convalescing. He is really the case. What do you think they could have done better. But what did you do well and just kinda healthy reasons but also be willing to do it for yourself. And just say hey. Is this being critical of myself or this something. That actually happened. It's not easy. I will if needed. Admit it's not easy eckstein and it takes patience and yeah while also said also find a partner. Even if they're even have to be in the field just find a partner. You could talk things with and just getting that outside perspective. What kind of get you out of your head. Because sometimes it's all in your head right idea just keeps circulating in your head and sometimes we have to get out of our heads. It really is and sometimes your toughest critic is yourself and just having someone to hold. You may just be a cheerleader. Just help you work through things. Super helpful and russell. He said you don't always need a major in the field. You just need a mander who you connect with who kind of relates to another things that you're going to and can help you through a for example in ireland so launch dempsey. Boston broom talking to other people who have experienced that and who comment was what really helped a to force not extensive syndrome while they are definitely helpful and that they can find supportive so they are supportive. I think coming to someone who's gone through that journey. And who comment was what really helped me. Because i say you understand what i'm going through. Yes what you said need to it so much. How do i fix this. Like hardware over comment side. Think finding a major that you lead to high school into a similar journey is immensely helpful for those situations are also d- while nero thank you so much time it's been a pleasure and i know everyone is gonna definitely enjoy hearing this episode in or has enjoyed what you said so it was very helpful. Thank you so much and if folks have any questions Reach out to me or twitter. I'm sure my hand billington description and keep on trying in up awesome. Thank you so much as always if you like to show please take my time and let others know about the show. They might thank you for inter. Music is cascadia by trash. Eighty trashy dot com. Check the website getting into emphasis dot com for show notes a preview of my book and more and touch on twitter for more getting into infosec reflections..
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"You've got to wonder now. I'll be leaves. I'll be honest okay. Let's let's look at the costings. I yet because things. I think that good thing that good i think men are may not would make a great As roberta laws would make a great throng on the mickelson family have been involved in star. Wars already Obviously with rogun e losses brother is brother or cousin. His brother is brought. Matico son obviously play guy linden guan gala novel. That's right so that's pretty cool. That's pretty cool but listen. I'm bald. add to that. A loss does actually already do the voice throng his name. Yes so irreparable. So he's a recognizable voice already for the for the character for us and and that's kind of just what they've done with katie sack off right yet. Catan call her. She was the voice of time in the clone wars. And she's now playing in live action which i think is a great choice. They didn't do that with a soka. But we've kind of spoken about that in a different episode but Actually i see why they did that. i think way at the right person for the wrong rowen's nobody will again whenever gonna take. Actually actually he's a soaker But rosario is going to be an assault for an entirely new generation. Let's say where everyone's Way ruler so Actually for this kind of thing. When ashley eckstein actually does. It's a morning shower. They had a couple of six. But yeah listen. I actually probably would have been very good as a soaker but you have to get the right person for the and imagine it was a tough choice to knock cost actually is always going to be so chris so nobody can ever take that away. Yeah definitely man definitely now i think the costing superego Heston decide that perfect is there. Anything is such thing as perfect cosimo. Yes but i always think with hindsight that's with the benefit of actually seeing them perform so before i sign a thing like yeah i think it's the perfect costing i want to see what they like. Saas my boy thinking just the costing. Yeah i think he's good. It's lars mikkelsen is like. His brothers is in a very very accomplished actor. He's in. He knows he knows the task. Every time he befriends of show him as mcnerney was in house of cards as well And of course. He's done an awful full of scandinavian shows. Where we've done some voice and not just in rebel was Television outside of the to just mentioned so He was very concerned. Could hate head-hunter wallow salah's mccutcheon got no doubt concern and do the job and put the prince of throwing across. It's obviously as always said it's all about the blue so blue skin red always for me..
"eckstein" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This thing on? Jon Stewart goes on the Stephen Colbert Show. Yeah. By the way, I was thinking I was doing this story about Steve Colbert. I never watched the show. I remember watching it a little bit because he came on after Jon Stewart and he played a fake conservative, bombastic and I thought, maybe five minutes that would last for about five minutes, guys still around. Anyway, Um and I said to myself I don't want to be. Guilty. The same offense accused my parents of You're just old. You guys don't appreciate this young stuff. I try to get my mom my dad. Listen to Motown music, They wouldn't hear it. They wanted Billy Eckstein. You wanted Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald. They didn't want Smokey Robinson. Even though in my opinion, very good music. So I don't want to do that and say, I don't particularly find Colbert. Funny or Jimmy Kimmel. Funny, or, uh, the other, Jimmy. Funny, Fallon. Uh, I'm used to Johnnie Carr Carson. And all I know is that he didn't trash politicians one way or the other. If there was a Democrat in the White House, he'd make a joke about the Democrat Republican make a joke about the Republican. It wasn't nasty. It wasn't mean spirited. I just don't do not get that feel with these guys. I remember reading an article about Trevor Noah. And Trevor Noah gets this gig and that in the show, succeeding John Stewart, who will talk about in just a second. And he said, You don't know I don't know nothing about politics. Yeah, I just not end up. I'm not. I'm not into that. We're all his stuff now with politics. So here he is. Learning on the fly lecturing us about this. That and the other now the reason I mention this because Jon Stewart goes on Colbert show And Jon Stewart says that the Wuhan lab leak theory is credible. So a Washington Post columnists. Right to peace and knock Stewart And says, you know that don't look to celebrities for medical advice. Well, duh. But this is how influential these shows are. You got a Washington Post columnist watching this and writing a piece on this. I understand that anywhere from 10 to 15% of young people get their primary news source from the late night monologues. And if you do you are severely ill informed. We talked yesterday. About Joy Reid. She's one of the host on MSNBC heart that I watch that you don't have to. She was just jumping all over Mitch McConnell for forging Joe Biden's prospective Supreme Court nominees. And she even said it was evil. Apparently completely oblivious to the history of Supreme Court nominations, and they have almost all been rubber stamped until 1987 When all of a sudden the Democrats decided to go to war on Robert Bork because Robert Bork would Change the ideological complexion of the Supreme Court for the first time. First time first time we talked about this yesterday for the first time. A nominee was rejected because of ideological grounds. Just that very same year, Antonin Scalia. The conservative that the left most hates to most loves to hate was confirmed unanimously by the Senate because the ethos the way it was done. For decades. If you win an election. Elections have consequences unless your nominee is a horse thief. Trauma, Lester a tax cheat he gets through. No mas, and it's the Democrats who started it, and then she falsely asserted. That it was the Republicans that broke the rule so that now you could get a nominee through it by just a simple majority, when in fact it was Schumer, who did it and this, McConnell warned him. He said. You're going to regret this. And, of course later on, they did regret it. But joy Reid misinformed her public, so I'm reading an article by a guy named John Harwood. He used to be with New York Times and then NBC. And now with CNN he was a debate a debate moderator. During the 20. 16 Race. And we found out later on that. After one of the debates, he contacted John Podesta, who was Hillary's campaign chair and offered him advice on how you can deal with the threat. Of Ben Carson, whom he thought was going to be a major player. This is a debate moderator calling to give Hillary anyway. So John, that's That's the guy to write Two piece and CNN is is You know, Republicans just have one move and that one move is to say no. And they're saying no everything Joe Biden wants to do And this is just something that just very Do you know that every major legislation in this country in history? Has been passed. With buy in from the other party. And by major legislation. I'm talking about things like Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security. You know, the one that was not Obamacare. Not a single Republican vote. And he did it anyway. And in this case, Joe Biden. He's acting as if he won 49 to 1 states the way Ronald Reagan did in 1984. For the I'm team time. 30,000 votes. 40,000 votes rather three states. Clearly, Trump wins. 50 50 in the Senate. They lost seats in the house. Barely hanging on. And here he is talking about a multi trillion dollar. Infrastructure plan. Doubling the minimum wage. Green New deal. Tuition.
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"eckstein" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To pick a favorite from day in day out, but I think that one always Woz mine and just just sets a mood and just just a terrific record now. Frank, Did you pick all the songs on this? Yeah, I would say I picked most of songs on the Yeah, Yeah, with Sami Mexico and you know, we changed the name of the album. It was called Day and there then we changed it to in love in vain because I did a whole different cover and everything like that. So it's that But the one for my baby was interesting because someone said, Well, you can't do that. That's like Frank Song. Well, So what does that mean? People record that because it's so related to Frank so, but I thought we did a different arrangement. And the thing with that on that album in love in vain is that all the arrangements original. So wasn't like we were copping Sinatra charts or Tony Bender there Nat culture. They were all like original charge. As is with the Billy May album, and they can all be gotten on CD, baby calm. I mean, all my all My music is on CD baby dot com and they've been pretty good to me so far for for the last 15 20 years, so That's where all the music is concerned. There's not that many music stores anymore, just to say the least. And no listening booths. That's out, but no, they're not. It's interesting. A lot of people. Actually, I think have done one for my baby and not done it well. And so when I first got this in my CD does say, day in day out, so I must have I d. Oh, but when I When I saw that I kind of held my breath because a lot of people have done and very few people have done it well. And when I heard yours, it was like off that God says is okay when people sing the national and you can just sing the song, right? You know, it's like like it. Why do you gotta just sing the phone? Make it yours. Sing it, You know, because everyone's always screwing around with stuff too much, You know, I mean thing and see it as written. You know? I It's interesting. You know, I also have a guitar company called Frank Stallone guitars because, you know, when I started out, I didn't have any money and stuff like that. So what we do is we have really great departure really reasonable prices, But they're really great because There's a lot of people out there financially hurting, you know, And I remember is a little kid, you know, playing guitar? That's all I ever thought about was getting like Gibson our offender when I was like a kid now I got too many of them. But That was one of those things in those days. Well, I think we've talked on that documentary. You know, we've had touched on you know, I was always a fan. I'm still a fan of other other other people. I'm Marie. Once I drove out to San Diego to hang out with Frankie Laine all day. Oh, yeah. Yeah, And that was worth every minute and he forgot. I mean, go ahead like 16 17 charted record more than and not forgot. Maybe more than that. I'll tell you. The thing about Frankie Laine is his stuff when it was on Mercury was just the absolute best stuff. In fact, it had so your soul and then, of course, he left. Mercury went to Columbia and the dreaded Mitch Miller redid all those And I swear to God, it was a soul ectomy. And when you listen to it, if you don't know, Frankie Laine, you don't really hear that. But when you're listening to a lucky old sun, it's gotta be the Mercury version is far is a smart guy. My desire off course we was actually very, very good Singer. And he had a lot more soul and swing than a lot of the singers of that time he could swing anywheres hard or harder than Tony Bennett. He was much more animated. And he had he had a great voice, a great price. But the man he was actually a very good performer. He was very, You know, he was very passionate type guy. He was a wonderful man. Yeah, And I remember story when he was first going to date his first wife, Nan, how she thought that he was African American. Because she'd heard him but not seen him. And I remember I met her. Wow. Wow. Yeah, that's that. Good. Well, at the time, she was a beautiful, beautiful woman. Frankie was one of the guys. He lived a pretty normal life. He did very, very well for himself. He was He was very Frugal and he lived very well in San Diego. You know, he had a really nice house and nice life, and he knows funny. He was sitting there and he was an older chanted that time we're just sitting there singing I go. God, You can't miss that voice exactly like you think, you know. Yeah, There's nobody. Like what? Yes, I'm very blessed. You know, they have two quotes one by Frank Sinatra Jr won by Tony Bennett. I've got one from Billy Eckstein. I got one from Frankie Laine seem seven. Con me say that I'm very, very lucky in that sense that I was around long enough when they went when they could hear by music, and Sandy wrote the lion and notes. Too. Oh, good when we out here, so we're gonna pick it up right there were talking to Frank Stallone and that if you want to give us a call, got any questions, And if you haven't seen the documentary, and that's a lot of people, though, it's been doing very well. You will be surprised by some of the things in it, but we're also gonna go back to the beginning because of course I can't can't leave about Philadelphia soul. And a lot more. But 8888765593 is 88 88 Rally on W G and radio..
"eckstein" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"One person's opinion, folks. Yes, right. What about it? All right, So let's see what's going on can give us some numbers on the will You continue are a mask. I'm looking at the survey that was done nationally of 2000. People across the country and the polls suggest 72% of people will wear a mask in public. After the situation, 80% will avoid crowds. 90% will wash their hands frequently. Getting out again is so what are our listeners saying? I'm astounded at how many people are saying that they don't wear masks now, and they're not planning on starting perfect. That is just wow. But yet Susan Smith, he will continue to distance because she likes her own space anyway, but won't continue to wear a mask. Once the pandemics over Tom Turner rights and you know he's in the camp of not wearing a mask. Now, why would I start? Nicole as well. Welcome to have a conversation. Careful. I would like to have a conversation of those people and ask them why it is that they think they are excused from it is just because I have a right to do it. Are you that damn selfish? A couple people have mentioned that it's their constitutional right to not wear masks, right it is. I'd agree with that 100%. But then where do you go from there After you've said, it's my constitutional, right. So you morons that thing and this is very strident. And I appreciate that people throw things at the radio and say, you arrogant Bubala. It is is more arrogant to look at the face of the information that's around and say, I'm not going to do it because I don't want to versus I don't want to do it because it doesn't make any sense because it makes nothing But since So how is it? You know that you is it just because somebody that you admire didn't wear a mask and okay, I'm gonna follow his lead. Isn't that simple? Somebody made a statement. You thought Oh, I like that opinion. That sounds good. I'm gonna adopt that. As man. I'm very pro mask. But there is one common on here. JD Van Cleve, who does not wear a mask. I can understand where he's coming from in the sense that, he says it's my choice to not wear a mask, but its businesses choices to say I I'm not allowed in their place of business. If I'm not wearing a mask and So if I don't want to wear masks someplace, then I just won't go into that business where there's a lot of other people who are like, no, I shouldn't be forced to wear a mask in your place of business. If you don't want to wear a mask, and you're going somewhere where masters, of course, then that's your choice to not go in there. Yeah. I mean, everybody knows no shirt, No shoes, No service. Okay, That's no no, that's no that that's not the slogan. It's no shirt, no shoes. No Schlotzsky's. Have you ever been? The Schlotzsky's deli is in California. That's the slogan on the door. No shirt, No shoes. No Schlotzsky's All right. Yeah, All right. So let's see here. The The lawyer on the Zoom, Call it engaged filter. What's that all about? Yeah, he looked like a cat. So engaged the cat filter. So it was the civil hearing. And you just You just see this cat. And so, of course, the Internet went crazy with cat. Puns. You know, Cat had his tongue. What a faux pas. I want respect. Now. He should've hit pause on the meeting. He was just lying his way around. Zoom. It's very clever. That's good. Okay, So you're tracking all of that on our social media and it is trending. So check it all out at D. J V show where it's now. 28 after the hour. Hi. I'm Warren Eckstein with the pet show tip of the day. Today it's going to the birds. Yes, it is. You know, One of my family's biggest pleasures during the cold gray days of winter is watching our feathered friends congregated are bird feeders watching sparrows, doves, cardinals, not hatches, and all the other birds come is really amazing. And you know, with mind technology, it's even better. You can actually put a microphone by the bird feeder. You can actually put a microphone into their feed her and hear them as they enjoy dinner. But here's the problem. Most people don't understand that different species of birds need different. Types of food and sometimes Caesar, not enough. So here's my recommendation around the country. Now there are bird feeding specialty stores all over the place. It's not just going to the supermarket and picking up a seat anymore, And this is the most important part. If you're going to start feeding the birds in the cold weather, make sure you continue feeding the birds to the weather warms up because very often you prevent them from moving on. When they know there's a food source in the area. So if you need to go on vacation to.
"eckstein" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. The polls are open in Georgia for the two run off elections that will determine the balance of power in the U. S. Senate tomorrow, the Electoral College will officially certify the election of Joe Biden is the next president. Both of those things in the mind of President Trump has he traveled to Georgia President Trump suggesting his vice president will somehow be able to swing the election to him during the Senate Electoral College vote Wednesday, and I hope my head's comes through for us. I have to tell you and if he doesn't come through Won't like it. But as much with Democrats controlling the House, it's virtually impossible for Mike Pence, or Republicans to throw out certified electoral votes for Joe Biden. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Joe Biden was also in Georgia on Monday. Campaigning against Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Two senators You think they're lawyerly is to trump not to Georgia, You have two senators. You think they've sworn an oath to Donald Trump Master the United States Constitution tough new code restrictions in place across the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. It's clear. That we need to do more together. Bring this new variant under control while our vaccines are rolled out. In England. We must therefore go into a national lockdown. That new, more contagious variant has also been found in New York state. In California hospitals are so full of covert patients that MTs are being told not to take patients to the ER if there's little chance of survival after a heart attack, looking at the same policy for victims Of severe trauma, car accident, shootings, stabbings and so forth with their heart starves. We're not gonna be transporting those patients. That's Dr Mark Eckstein, who runs the Los Angeles County Fire Departments. Emergency Medical Services Department. You're listening to ABC News. You know, Cristina, we should mention that is a huge story in California this morning. What's going on in Southern California? I mean, the notion that ambulances have been told not to transport patients who may not have a chance to live. That shows you how dire the situation is in Southern California I've been reading about, you know, people waiting ambulances to get into hospitals for, like, seven hours. Right? It's It's bad in Southern California. No question we've got we've got audio. We're gonna be rolling that out on that story. All morning. Long time now. 5 11. Let's get onto the roads right now Talking.
Challenges of Managing ML Models: Interview with Luke Marsden, Dotscience
"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen. I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer our guest today as Luke. Marsden who is the founder and CEO with Dot Science? I look thank you so much for joining us today on a today. Thank you for having me on Muslim. Lou can thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Until them a little bit about your background and the exciting things that are going on at dot science. So I run Benham's Luke. I've been working on her a couple of years. Now my background prior to that was I was heavily involved in the DACA ecosystem so that was Containers and works closely with my previous Australia Q. With making it possible for days bases in containers and snatch them and things like that and it turns out that that technology is applicable of science machine learning unexplained Eckstein. How a bit likes wrong. Yeah I will start. Works in the Kuban teasing The project that came primary out Google kind of emergency to some of the large scale computing Google making it easier to run very large. Wet climates reliably across las. Islas in that kind of thing and yeah sorry background and very much on the devops in infrastructure. Sign of things and that's kind of why we've come to the welded machine learning with much devops perspective and we're looking at ways that you can bring some of the best practices that a pretty normal and common for software developers devops engineers and bring some of those best practices throughout the day signs machine money. Frankly it's it's pretty lacking in many cases at the moment sire I can dive into more of that as you wish. But in terms of the final things dangling adult science well we have a product that launched in the summer of last year an end to end date science machine. Learning Platform will science. It started out from as I mentioned the welded devops data version and so when the company starts just over two years ago. Now we started with project Cole. Dahmash end the idea with don't match was bring data version ing to the well the devils and the last six months into that project we realized okay. We could build a business around Divisions devils but actually we've discovered that as a much much bigger problem around data in the well date science machine lending and none of us had been in that world before site we had a very rapid slew of learning curve for us on our team regained the world of Science Machine Learning. Bobi That's the reproducibility crisis. In science that as challenges with data version ing and being able to even know which version of dice that was used to China Mobile. That might be running in production that might be making important decisions and from that we started the dot science projects and the dog. Science project really started out being focused around data version and provenance so the ability to go from model. That's running in production TRANSPAC Exactly the version of the data set. That was used to train it exactly. What about his that came from and we learned kind of in twenty nineteen really. The starting with that problem was actually starting with the problem. That was further down the road. Full might of the market that we did find some of Allie visionary customers who agreed with us about the important sedates questioning and provenance and they were kind of acid points with their own projects. They already to tackle as problems that we found the ninety-eight percent of the market that we were speaking to have more fundamental problems. And this is kind of interesting. Because it was a cable was solved. A problem that love the market doesn't have yet and so we extended the products to support the end to end machine lending life cycle and what we found was we had either never again was the most companies actually have a more fundamental problem. They have the problem of being able to deploy models into production. Asshole AM surprised us we. That's why we developed the products to deploy muddles very easily so we made it possible without Python Library for scientists to run a single camman which is gassed model and that will automatically builds Abdulkarim image for By ten supply will psychic model and Ben automatically allow the user just by clicking a button to deploy that mobile And also sets up monitoring and. I guess we'll talk about monitoring Lakes rob but yeah. That's kind of the exciting things that are going on is that we've navigated to the point where we have the end to end platform that we're seeing real customer traction and as Kaunda. That's exciting because we've achieved Fans and solving real problems for us which is nice. Yeah Nice robust answer because it covers a lot of ground which is great. You know a lot of our listeners. Who who may not really be familiar with them. L. Ops. I know that we are at cognreznick. Actually just wrapped up some research on the subject and it's really interesting. The timing of bringing this sort of solution to market where were now starting to see a maturing in the understanding of how to use and consume but more were also just not moving from companies who are building their own models and experimenting to organizations who are starting to leverage or models built by other parts of their organization or even by other organizations. This change is a lot of the emphasis of the need for management but for many of our listeners. Who may not know have never heard the term Emma Lops. Maybe they're kind of familiar with devops. And maybe maybe for our listeners. You can define find at least from your perspective. What is this Amel ops thing? What is the OPS part in? How does that connect to? Maybe some of the concept deb. Ops that they may already be familiar with. Yeah absolutely so. It's a great question. What is Emma Lopes and for companies like we were doing something that didn't have a name yet and the word analogs finally really came into even some popular tons last year. And so it is. It's very neat. Tom And say I certainly wouldn't expect everyone listening to have heard of it before. Alex is the intersection of three disciplines. It's the intersection of Software Engineering Machine. Learning and devops and I mean just to provide a snapshot of of whether disciplines individually have. Come to suffer. Engineering has undergone a bit of a revolution in the last two decades. Now and suffer. Engineering has gone from something which was done slowly and manually by suffragettes. E-mailing bashes patch files around each other as a way of collaborating so distributed version control with tools. Like get hub making it much easier to Radley. It's right on a software project and side that be my sort of summary of suffer. Engineering's come to the state of the autism around distribution control in an acing Chris. Collaboration and then devops has grown a revolution in the last ten years going from a place where when a company the Software Company is delivering software to perform devops. That would be silenced. That would be teams of suffer. Engineers working on the software and then they'll be teams of operators ninety professionals who would be running the software and there was very much a sense that you sort of some racially is build a software type. They write some software and then they try it over. The Wall to be icy ops people and the problem with that is it really slowed down the delivery of software and the man that S- that were big organizational challenges around of big slow release cycles and it would take months for software to ship and DEVOPS has done is it said No. You shouldn't have teams. You shouldn't have a set team from your office team. You should have a dental team. Which means that you combine your developing your operations and sometimes multi-functional team a team that contains able with. Sometimes it's one person is doing both the suffering the operations and actually playing it and increasingly. That's the way the simone suppress bells and said devops early. Visit a revolution in terms of being able to suffer more quickly and combining bats organizational change of Suffer developers and operations people in the same team and often in the same role. Software has gone from taking months to ship two minutes and in some cases seconds and so that's also being enabled by tools like continuous integration. Continuous
Lewandowski Lights Up Der Klassiker
"Start though in the Bundesliga classic lying taking on Borussia Dortmund Ruben. Dos Gift goalscoring for fun of Les Rois on the the bench for this one. The business seventeen minutes saying dose gave cooler born chat. WanNa know who was on. This is just routine. There's another initiative cross gets cutoff. You just continues is run by head back in space very good header yet again. So don't mean look into reorganize get things sorted as we kick off the second half. What sixty seconds in the back of the net just by Munich counterattacking talking with peace? Or nearly she doing that to opponent. This time the mets fourteen minutes ago in the game DOS game. We'll make it three now. Looks routine but this I touch was something special. It's high awkward. Takes on the inside of the Thi- perfectly in stride then finish nine nine to rub salt into the doorman wounds Hummel's with a own goal to make it four now stretching. I mean this kind of tells the story the Doorman Lindsey evening. It's that kind of day for Braschi Dogma. By Munich for Borussia Dortmund nail is how finishes such a strange sport because you look at buying and the way they play today and you think one fading having any sort of problems because they absolutely brilliant and new manage bonds for coming in well not coming. He's been this but all of a sudden he's been hiding under the reince whether some temporary or permanent or to the season we we. You figure that out in in time but share reaction from the team here. He makes a couple of changes to the starting lineup. I think as a team you see by you looking back to their best individually the they look happy it seems as far more more more cohesive being said Dortmund plead. They're part goodbye mimic looked. But if you're by Munich especially given the week that you had not you've got a couple of weeks tax international. Judy Acer greet we to go into the outbreak. On the back of what is normally the biggest game in your in your calendar every single Bundesliga game this season. Recent recent Champions League match as well is absolutely ridiculous for some time. We've been seeing that the best number nine and we'll football right and again and I always have to add the caveat that we don't consider them as your number nights but he has been the without question the best and still you see him continue to do that and you think from me with love and dump scheme has has instincts are better than anybody else's his finishing is better than anybody else's and he's doing it with a consistency not I'm just this season. You mentioned his record this season. But we've seen that for quite some time whereas ordinarily even with the best trackers the so reliant on on on service that they have ups and downs that they have purple patches on this little yet. Somehow Eleven doff ski and you show it today and we. He took those two goals. Not Great Boys in finds himself in space yes but he still had a lot to do in creasing bridge himself yourself and then he makes you finish look show easier the end of it. I mean it really is something temperature to with to behold is interesting. You mentioned in a couple of changes the surprise inclusion Danes Brain in this game. He did ungodly start exactly as cleanup against Jin Sancho who had to come off in the first off. No Riyadh Raff Hunt. Eckstein who who was at the game said Sancho came of a hamstring been struggling or the game long now just from from my perspective looking at it on the television screen. I just thought that all that someone with a hamstring injury jogging off the park doc and then as a cameras followed him on the sidelines. There was nobody there weakening with a bag of ice it it just those two things didn't didn't connect for me that being said I'm Dave Gibney start in a difficult game on was simply sensational by and got the start that they wanted. They got the goals. Ah Give them a little bit of a of a gap team to play with a certain freedom but then again that comes with a manager a new manager bosses and mentioned but having Africa clear pound. And knowing what you want to do and everybody buying into that which I feel Karachi had lost I think through his own feelings and not through non necessarily through to that team. I just folk lost the respect of digestion. I lost out sometime time last season and it was spinning in what you show inconsistent performances Boyd only by eleven scoring telling the one of the biggest matches of the season and Philip Casinos on the bench. Yeah that's a very big call to make. That is a very big call to me continue. Who came in and plead with a freedom when when he first arrived on you thought he was a piece that was missing and that opportunity? I took club like by Munich for him to play in behind the striker in the whole with the freedom and everybody kind of looking for him with the ball was the opportunity he wanted. But if it doesn't fit into the plans then you have to make those big plays respect that as much as players wanted to see the big names of Rome them the respect a manager who has a plan and asserts himself is the main influence of that plan. I I can't you saw that. Meanwhile dolman seen this before we got into the classic Chance really to assert yourself and you get beaten off the pop. Yeah I'm beating Battle of the park and and for for dormant as much as they're still in still early enough in the season that it can be rescued a lot tonight. No you saw so nothing today at and maybe a little bit of a hangover offering them a very cheap. Excuse here after coming back from two down against Inter Milan in the Champions League. But but then if you're a skeptic or you're a cynic you say well you shouldn't be too don't intervene. Yeah in the first place but it quite clearly shows that don't have their issues and when you come up against a team like by Munich who don't let you back in. Then you have the. You have a lot of problems
Coty looks to offload brands including Wella, Clairol; shares rise
"Eckstein co he is under pressure to turn its business around that may include moving ahead without some of its best known brands it is considering strategic options for a professional beauty division which includes wella Clairol and Sassoon professional the options include a possible sale with proceeds to pay down debt the division with salons its biggest customers is expected to make two point seven billion dollars this year shares of Cody are jumping in premarket
For U.S. Navy destroyers, old controls might be safer than new tech
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by harness wealth a digital platform that helps you find the best financial advisers c._p._a.'s and trust and estate attorneys for your unique needs visit harness. This wealthed dot com slash marketplace to learn more. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the michigan economic development corporation evan lyle of rush enterprises is a big fan of michigan as he put it. The future of mobility is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet them dot com to find out why that's p. L. a. n. e. t. m. dot com the when piloting massive navy destroyers old school controls might be safer than new tech from american public media. This is marketplace attack demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed kim in for molly would in june twenty seventeen the u._s._s. fitzgerald collided with the philippine containership killing seven sailors us then just two months later the u._s. Mccain collided with the liberian merchant vessel ten sailors died. Meghan eckstein is deputy editor for the u._s. News which is part of the u._s. naval institute she says the national transportation safety board found that the u._s. mccain collision was caused by a helmsmen and he was confused by his touchscreen displays. He meant to slow down the ship but instead made a sharp right turn. An investigation led to more than a hundred hundred recommendations to improve safety and readiness on ships turns out. The touchscreen controls for speed are not preferred by a lot of personnel. They want physical throttles instead. The navy has taken note for new ships and will roll out a retrofit to change existing ones. Meanwhile eckstein says it's not just the control screens but also deficiencies in training that have caused confusion. I think one of the challenges is simply that there's not a lot of commonality from ship to ship of the way everything is currently allocated to the fleet so if you're a sailor in your on one ship you served there for two or three years when you go to your next assignment it might it not have the same bridge controls and might not have you know you might be moving from a physical throttle to a touchscreen or you might be moving from touchscreens at touchscreen but they're not the same aim and all the same controls aren't where you thought they were so this kind of comes down to you know with these touch screens in an emergency everything's muscle memory and if you're not sufficiently trained on them and the buttons aren't where you think they are and it's not consistent every time. He used that system in emergency. You're not going to know how to do it right. Why and when did the navy switch to touch screen throttles when the navy goes through its shipbuilding programs and it's ship modernization programs it really doesn't specify a lot of detailed detailed requirements for the shipbuilders so and a lot of cases you have shipbuilding companies who <hes> when they're making their pitches to the navy they want the most up-to-date technology they want you know the latest and the greatest that they can provide to sailors and a lot of cases that has involved moving to more digital systems more touchscreen type systems <hes> and and so this really isn't anything the navy kind of intentionally went towards. It's something that was really driven by industry and just sort of this desire to innovate and incorporate the latest and greatest technology. Oh gee what are they doing with the touchscreen now. There's a lot of ways that the trudge screens can be useful for example. There are certain <hes> cruise with smaller followership. I'm sorry ships was smaller crews where it's actually quite useful to have so much control at your fingertip on touchscreen so i don't think the navy fully wants to pull away from those <hes> also with the combat systems having a fully digitize system means that you can update it faster. You can blast out software updates over satellite relate. Even if you have a ship that's deployed so there are some cases where having fully digitized touchscreens are really useful. It just turns out you have to do that with a purpose. This one of the admiral's told me this kind of falls in the bucket of we did it because we could and i think that's becoming clear that that's not a good enough reason to have touch screen ship controls. Meghan eckstein is deputy editor for u._s. News she says about sixty destroyers old and new will get the physical throttles hopefully starting next summer and now for some related links meghan epstein recently interviewed retiring navy admiral john richardson's he he had a lot to say about how technological advances played out during his tenure. Essentially the navy he left behind is very different from the one he inherited something. I i learned from reading it is that three hundred fifty five ships is the minimum fleet size the lead necessary for achieving the pentagon strategic guidance and he guesses how many they'd really like six hundred fifty three now. You're ready for jeopardy. An article in forbes looks at two different navy ships that are incorporating and bishop new technologies in their designs one. The author says is likely headed for a lot of criticism when issues inevitably arise because it's been touted as bad bad already when it launches the other is given more leeway on performance because military officials and lawmakers have been told. It's more experimental something to learn from an incorporate into future ships. Maybe a lesson they're on the importance of managing expectations matt pretty and stephanie hughes-produced marketplace tech yvetot is our senior producer server gear and robin edgar engineer the show our intern is hey shoes alvarado. I'm jed kim and that's marketplace. Take this is a p._m. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by entercom intercom. What's it's more of the nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product tours n._p._s. 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Syria, New York And Ruslan discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Hill Hey guys Eckstein native who became a naturalized American citizen is facing charges of supporting ISIS he was captured in Syria transferred to U. S. custody and flown to New York federal prosecutors say Ruslan saying off was an ISIS sniper and trained other ISIS
Travel Genius, a New Show From Bloomberg
"Hello. I'm Mark words. And I'm Nikki Eckstein where the host of Bloomberg's new podcast travel genius. Just we are. And we are excited to share this new podcast, which is all about the joy of travel each week on travel genius. You'll hear from veteran jet setters as they stop by to share their favourite travel tips tricks and hacks like TV travel, host Samantha power on on the one thing in every hotel room that she says is so overlooked, but can be used in so many different ways the ironing board. I mean, it's it's the closet and never comes out. No one wants to use it. But here's where it's really amazing. We always run out of counter space while we're in a hotel in. It's four feet of counter space. A lot of people now are working at desks standing, right? Standing desks the new trend. It's a standing desk. Also couple the hottest topics news within the travel world, tell make you a more informed savvy traveler ever wonder if that's the right time to buy a plane ticket. Well, maybe how companies are trying to make vacations appeal to teenagers. Well, we've got you covered. And you'll also hear some incredible travel stories along the way like from Philippe Cousteau and the time. He was chased through the streets of Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea, and I ran around another corner and literally bumped into three cops and they had an easy on one shoulder and a shotgun on the other each of them and the guys chasing me stopped dead in their tracks. And looked at the police and looked at me the cops looked at me looked at them. And then looked at me and just kind of smiled, and they were like you are lucky so come along for the adventure travel genius launches November fourteen on apple podcasts. Pocket costs Spotify or wherever you get your gone. On.