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Senna: The Early Years
"Dan Pass Gas. We're talking about the early years of Ayrton Senna. You know him as the legendary driver famous for winning multiple Formula One championships in nineteen, eighty, eight, nineteen, Ninety and nineteen ninety one he won an incredible forty one gram freeze on seventeen different tracks over the course of nine seasons. You probably also know how the story ends. At the age of thirty four while racing at the nineteen ninety four, San Marino, Grand Prix Senna crash on lap, set on leaving the track and a speed over a hundred eighty miles per hour, slammed into a concrete wall, killing him on impact. The. Final Jenny home two with L.. Tragic death cut a storied career short and much like Kurt Cobain, Heath Ledger or to park. It froze centers, accomplishments, and magnetic personality in amber. Deprived of the slow decline to any great talent at the top of their profession will eventually fall. Victim to these names are instead forever frozen their lawyers, and so they remained. Forever Young. Senator is now a legend. But where do legends begin with an origin story of course? So what senators version of being bitten by a radioactive spider, finding a weird lamp, genie or floating down the Nile in a basket made of Reeds? Well like Spiderman Aladdin or Moses Senna his monogamous, but before Senate was sent off, his last name wasn't even Senna at all. His parents worry that he was uncoordinated and even had him test report. He was born into wealth, but although wealth can definitely give you access to the world of bracing, it can't make fast and Santa wasn't just fast. He was the fastest. So what was the moment Senna truly became Senate to answer that we need to start on March twenty first nineteen sixty the day. When in Sao Paulo Brazil. Ericsson senator silver was born. Welcome to pass gas. That was a long intro. Great Man I'm. I got a little choked up there for a second. I mean this guy is so important and just such. Like I, don't know he's just a legend, and he's just like so important to so many people, and I'm really excited that we're going to die, have really deep into his life, but I mean just. A man just. I got a little teary eyed. When you're talking about the forever, young stuff is yeah I sure. Senna is a like I said an intro. He's a legend. Almost like a mythic figure at this point. Just such a hallowed name so revered in in in motor sports and the car world in general. Just like Oh yeah, you hear senators like he was I mean he was the greatest, but like it's just like an instant assumption of just like. Perfection basically right. Yeah, he's like Michael Jordan. Yeah, no thought given to, and we're going to see why that is because. There's a lot of good reason for that I. Think the moment where it hit where I was like Oh, damn was when? You when I I didn't realize he was thirty four when he died and I'm just about to turn thirty four, and so I'm like. I gotTA. Do. Joe You're the air and of automotive podcasting damage. Out Year Man. Is talking about how I am scared about dying. But what I've noticed is a lot of a lot of pieces that talk about center. Don't really dive into his early life. which is what we're going to do today? And I'm really excited about that. Hopefully will give people some insight into where this dude came from, and I, think yeah without further ado. Let's get into the life. The early life of one Ayrton Senna. Are you guys ready? I'm ready. Ready sale ever be. Ready, legit. You WanNa give. Fired up I think my new my new thing is. Fire Dub! Different words fired up. I could see that on a shirt for sure, but D. U. P. Oh, yeah, fire! Up I get a man. It's great. It's solid. C. memes are better when you explained. A Ayrton Senna Da. Silva was born in nineteen sixty in Sao. Paulo Brazil at the pro Ma tre. I'm going to by the butcher every Brazilian. Names Zillion were. Portuguese Brazilian. I'm going to butcher at all today. Just letting you know. Pro Monterey! Maternity Hospital of Santana a hospital I assumed was named after the legendary guitarist areas. Warn! Ayrton's father Milton Dasilva was a landowner and factory owner, and among other businesses Milton owned an auto parts company, and his knowledge and connections within the industry would become a key entry point for Airton into the world of racing
"ericsson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"White men but none of the Democrats would balloon attacks it's time to make America great again with all nations most beloved legal immigrant doctor shot Steven Gorka thank you show that is most kind them when we when we say we're on the front line of the culture war it's not just the guy sitting in a studio in front of a microphone Eric just inform me Hey one of my you tube videos has just been deleted by YouTube I'll give you one guess which one it was but I said move maybe the interview yesterday with doctor Ericsson whose video with five million views on the corona virus was deleted with no justification because of its transgressing of community guidelines and you choose yes indeed all yesterday interview with Dr Ericsson has been deleted with no justification no demonstration of what transgressing YouTube's community guidelines means I guess talking to medical professional about coronavirus is for Bolton for the fascist controllers at the alphabet company Google but you too well we're going to transcribe the article so you can yeah you can read what he said and we're gonna posted an article because we ha in a culture war somebody who is also on the front lines of that culture was a good friend guest host of the show Mike Lindell a man who was attacked lamb basketball mentioning god the Bible and prayer when he was in the White House he's dedicated seventy five percent of his my pillow factories to make the mosque for first responders please support.
"ericsson" Discussed on Conversations with Dez
"Allies are over. I noticed at our normal. For for down downtown Manhattan Jolt Colas. Yes it walk unreal normally cetera. Sticking out so that type of trend is continuing to sort of provide more high value type of insights. that sticks out from day to day. Tap operations to read understand okay. How can we help them? Build the right type of Netra calvary showroom will do what type of device more than they should Beth on in the marketing campaigns on these topics inside. So I think it's more going towards automate all this other basic type. Walberg steps you can. So what made the whatever we can So be taught skills to make sure that you have expertise teams in bright decided to focus on the tricky parts. And that's where I think out of solutions here coming in that we bring them type of insights that they should don't spend the focus on whether Oba's cannot fix it maybe future that's the The town we're seeing that they don't have moral basic stuff or getting automated torture different notes or upgrades and all the basics. Things are getting more. And more automated. Which freeze up time for their no smart guys to really think over ninety one loss on a bulky? I wonder if you could just quickly wrap up for us with regard to the whole topic of partnerships. I know there's a lot of focus on enterprise offerings. And and certainly what comes beyond Mobile Brandon as the final question to? You is wonderful if you could maybe just give us a quick summary uncountable position around partnerships. And what's happening in the enterprise space and we see that going in the next year so if I look at what we do in Ericsson is on the we are working through our our customers and they then sell to to the enterprise our go to market modem however in order for us to understand how anti I think we have a lot of partnership with enterprises and we may be for instance. How you run in mind. How you're on your manufacturing plants and coal industry and so forth to understand okay. How can five technologies help this kind of industries in order to be more productive and how they can automate further they are sort of saying activities and I believe that's important for us because in the past we have been so focused on? Let's say consumers right and the normal using a bunch of they every monster extremely made you know wanted to have this kind of capability in. We need to understand. Exactly what are the requirements from this kind of industries in order for them to more? From instance maybe a wide. Line connection to a wireless connection and I believe that has been very useful for us in order to understand how we are. We this lead to sign our products that we make them very secure in order to really take these kind of critical at tasks and where failure is not an option. And it's been a good exit. Feeds GONNA make citing spices because I imagine you're things like autonomous cars and drawings and other things I imagine the enterprises and out looking at things in such different way that they're coming at you with innovations. We haven't even imagined that as that of George jetsons type era stuff that we thought was never gonNA happen like flying cars and now people seeming. Things can be done for five G. that that we probably didn't imagine and I'm sure that can be the case right. Yeah I also saw that. We need to help pay. The price said be successful to make it easier for them. They don't know Mobile Technology. Really Rights as we need to have different kinds of support systems. That seem to understand what's going on and really guide them what actions to take in case something doesn't work properly right so it's the it's also shift. I believe from an operative perspective moving into this kind of technology. I see it's a to Dork even more with okay. How do we prepare our? That's the infrastructure to deploy cloud native and etta questions. How do we prepare our staff? In order to have more quick turnaround on software upgrades doing more continuous integration continuous deployment though software really here operators also have an exciting journey ahead in order to be really prepared for the five core and indeed my mind moguls and as as you say we could do a whole show on each of these topics too. I know we're coming up the but Fulke and Thomas. Thank you so much for making time available to catch up when they congratulations on some of the amazing innovations that you're cheating now and I'm always breathlessly excited about what's coming at us of the next year or so just out of Ericsson line and and what you're making possible with some of the new and innovative ways that carries an operators can offer services that It's kind of like. I almost got wait for the next year. But I don't WanNa do that because it'll h me quickly but fogy Thomas. Thank you so much for making time to catch me aptly pleasure and I look forward to catching up with you both in person real soon and maybe get you on camera. Thank you very much thank you. Fantasy will have a great day. And we'll chat again soon and folks. Thanks for tuning in. I'm does Blanche. Woody hosts this is conversations with. Dez and we'll see in the show thanks again..
"ericsson" Discussed on Conversations with Dez
"Of an oprah problem that needed maybe expand more capacity It sounds exciting. I and I can see this as being more more critical in so many use cases now I wonder if we could maybe just briefly circle back to the cellular probes and how they relate to and work with the Ericsson expert. Analytic lose their non-legal in fault finding and looking for various issues but they must be collecting data and putting you to that platform as well. Yes no so as I said before we have our own physical probes who have had time there said promise. Clinton different bound south with with different probes in debating with the sort of prototype. Update on something we done. Many Times from from expedited takes have different adapters. I think gail in the packet core. Of course they have been having events based streaming output Saincene more than ten years old. They're now they're built it into softer. I think it's also unlike pre integrated with experts on the KPI's that are needed to catch certified experience or Valid and again. I think it's a mess they've gained for Britain's us at you know instead of buying you know hardware. They can turn on the softer teacher in inside the network. By the way if the won't tell from Eric's pre-integrated this festus over ninety tolbert binding. I can imagine. The transition from hardwood is software. If you've got a new feature or bug fix or one of the Kessler be or a new. Data's Bull Matt or some some record format you can adjust that. Just deploy new update overnight and it's available as post to having sent out tens of thousands of pieces of hardware bulky one of the things that strikes me here is. They must be a huge positive customer. Reaction Tool of some. You've got some groundbreaking Showcasing innovation across the entire portfolio. But when we think about this particular with the analytics to comes from Erickson expert analytics platform and this broad view that it provides I'd love to get a sense of what your customers reactions. Being to this whole thing in general so far not very positive reaction. It said something I believe. Our customers are really exciting to bring into their networks in order to have his building capabilities. Also from imagine yourself. If you have ten thousand hardware units fisk probes out. There is quite a little dog work just to maintain that and keep the working level and built into software. And a little bit more we can do is obviously the better broncos indeed and in fact. I feel like I could do a whole show just on that topic with you and I'm excited for kind of you. Know for the carries an operate who who are whether they're existing customer is not coming to I can imagine that such a Eureka moment an Aha moment when there is fondly up and go oh we we can do this and software and we can get real time analytics it. It must be pretty exciting moment from the kind of realized that Bulla sudden already done lodwick he built the infrastructure built a platform built the everything from the cloud up within the network As well as intelligence in it. Because I think there's a Lotta sunk cost or in the telco infrastructure. That is still trying to get an Iowa. On in many cases I ever potentiate decade decadent. Huff them to now. Just essentially imagined by service. allows him to essentially start afresh in and innovate and compete on par with some of the other players who are a little more agile. It must be the case to some of the longer running brands now. Getting excited saying well. We don't have to go and rebuild everything we can get this from. Ericsson off the shelf whereas a prebuilt thing the one of the things that you mentioned earlier on I guess this This one last question on this whole space. We think about analytics Privacy is a big topic. I'm sure it's a no brainer. Or if he just briefly touch on kind of the challenges that are aboard about with. We've seen this challenge around. Cloud infrastructure would share services with third parties in the enterprise space from putting me Mel. Save or a business intelligence system or crm but when we putting data into a telco environment you've thought through and I'm sure it's a question on people's lips that when you've got this shed software defined infrastructure and shed a sought to find networking capability in the fine g Cold Newark around that. Give us a little insight into kind of the demarcation some of the challenges around data skating privacy with this. Because I'm imagine it's built into your expert analytics platform but just a picture for people's minds as to how the set of demarcations and protections are in place because there's some big challenges from Europe's GDP to America and Australia and an asia-pacific Middle East all looking at this data protection and privacy challenge. What are some of the things that come up? And and and how he addressing similar just around the privacy challenges dot with I think Security process of course a topic. That is really really important. It's been of course important for many years. But they say that the importance is growing. I think gave almost deserves to say separate polls to talk about what the doing insecurity but I think can be done. The sort of the solutions we have in Ericsson where reset of course our provisioning it subscriber. Day Door. We Are you know having a billing solutions where we have subscriber data we of course be softer soda socially complained to sort of GDP type of Louis out there. The world are different in different markets. But so that's one thing to make sure that you know you can't really describe. They want to be deleted. They are is available today. Thanks Dad we have different mechanisms so against scrap. The numbers don't even get the data system we can have it actually get to the the numbers into the system but we take out this sort of a private name. Sue can use it for aggregation they dump but they don't know who this and the to the level where we have a consensus systems. So like I said if the cosmic quasi into the cosmic Karen asks for support and they give consent is Kate at you. Shake the type of things. I have my phone or whatever so we have security and the privacy features built in two two different levels or products and nothing get. What's interesting here because the five the packet core is that it's coming from standard so I think it's getting much more much more secured. I think it's that's another I guess. Value Way with without that this ultra probe Sunday expedited It's embedded It's it's not sitting on any in crypt type of interfaces it's embedded print to get the solution so I think it's important for people to understand that when they are listening to this win. Ericsson's got along proven history and and pedigree in the space oranges protecting data and security. And I mean if you read the latest version the Ericsson Mobility report. I think Correct me if I'm wrong but your on boarding something. In the order of like a million new subscribers to the network per day will wide. And you're only doing that if if you've got this capability biting to deny from day one you've had to build it into before even deployed it. I think it's important for people know that because a lot of carriers may or may not have the relevant cybersecurity and data protection capabilities themselves. Now it's a case of not they don't have to but they didn't have to have the depth that they might have had of that they run. Stanley because they can. They can count on this being available for you. I wonder if we can just Pivot to a slot in more futuristic view. I'd love to sit down. Look at some of the things that are coming up. You've had some massive massive exciting success of the last year or so just around the five G. topic itself in some technology from the cloud platform to oasis symbiosis and of light these new massive leaps and technology and high demand for five. Gee I wonder if we could just look at from twenty twenty onwards next year's just particularly in terms of the five G. core and maybe focused on with you. I wonder if you could outline some exciting launches. We should be expecting around the five G. Core and so forth I the next year or so and and they might mean to the industry as a whole. You don't get maybe coming. I would say six to nine months. I expect that we will see the first Five core standalone networks. Going live We are very actively working with several providers presidents in China and South Korea to make this launches during during this year and we know also there are devices of course coming with it by the course down the loan support as so that's great from an industry longer-term than view it like yes. We are building a fantastic gas solution to continue to provide more and more data for consumers. And it's in my in my view given the work with higher grades than also reduce latency in order to make the gaming experience for instance even better in in addition to that we are giving our customers the service providers in my view really exciting platform. You five core where we have also abilities to extract the an exposed to information from Netra capability in order to have really great slicing optimization. For for instance enterprise customers. We are building our product in a way using the cloud native technologies. We can scale it down very much in order for instance fit into Moreland and deprives the smart manufactoring kind of deployment scenario. And where where I see that reliable network with extremely lowly does ACO can have kinda robots communicating and over the mobile network. Local in an is a bit like I mean like movies almost like I see in front of me more and more automation and excited undeniable so out the main shining in factory so ultimately driving a song and five correspond part of that in order to support a kind of evolution so this is something beyond just adding more data capabilities to consumers things an exciting time to be alive. Thomas I wonder if I can come back to you We've talked a little bit about so the whole integrated solution peace and I'd be very keen to get your thoughts on to the next. You know just not just three twenty twenty and beyond but I imagine there's an industry trend in general we sing now where people don't WanNa build everything themselves they wanna be able to get a pre-built proven solution. You've talked about that. A number of areas particularly around some of the capabilities. Ericsson's expert analytics Where do you see that? The industry is taking us with regard to the demand of Pre-integrated solutions where carries an offer is just want to get on and focusing initially? Don't necessarily have to build anything that they don't have to get like you said our customers. Of course they before. Maybe it was more You know looking into these new toppled machine learning and the big data. I think they have more realized that they need to have the value is very important. And so they really value the pre-integration up down under that they can actually get access to previously inside in the last ten years. There's always been okay. You know re timing sites but normally take this example medium or even big size operate they can have millions and millions of different incidents in the network everyday and of course. How do you prioritize what to fix? If you apply. Smart Algorithms has more machining cases. Here you can. Maybe find a needle in high-sticking Haystack. maybe go down for millions down to ten twenty different PEPO..
Connecticut - One person killed, 31 people taken to hospital following Hartford apartment fire
"At least one person's been killed in an early morning fire at an apartment building in Connecticut's James Ericsson's with Hartford fire companies arrived to a multi family consists of the unit multi family all they had fire showing on arrival home at that point the started in this operation saw which included search and rescue they helped rescue the residents including a baby and a mother through the window of a third floor apartment there's nothing yet on the cause of the fire
Kirkland, Seattle: Washington State Confirms U.S.’s 12th Coronavirus Death
"Toll continues to go up and behind each of the numbers are loved ones family members and heartbreak commas are Johnson talk with one family that lost their father and husband to the virus in nineteen this ripple effect of grief has landed here at this home in Kirkland family was the most important thing in his life she loved music she was passionate about fishing if you love to cook he was a better cook and I am one of the reasons Americans on February twenty first Erickson Aussie who worked as a truck driver for thirty years visited his mother Jamie had life care center of Kirkland there was cruelty in the timing of the next morning we got a call telling us that life care was on lockdown a few days later on Monday of this week he was admitted to evergreen health eleven souls and lived out the final hours of their lives because of coronavirus just after midnight early yesterday morning Ericsson Aussie became number twelve if we had gotten a call one day earlier would it have made a difference no we might still be having this conversation I don't know she was sixty one years old and it's important to understand that Eric was not a well man he had multiple health issues we keep hearing about the people would have died having underlying health problems but we don't hear is what does that mean in Eric's case she had diabetes he had high blood pressure she had chronic atrial fib he had peripheral vascular disease Eric's mother is since been moved to evergreen she can't hear so family camp collar they aren't allowed to visit as a **** family doesn't even know if she knows that her son is gone you know it's selfish but I almost hope she doesn't know the family is broken hearted grieving but they're not angry not at life care center or anyone else home down yes this is horrible yes it's frightening calm down calling for rallies a life care it is helpful not helpful the outbreak continues another family mourns and covert nineteen is ripple effect of grief looks for other places to land
Nokia explores strategic options: Bloomberg News
"Nokia finished the session. Six point one percent higher on Wednesday following reports that the company was exploring strategic options though. Reuter said a source close to the company denied. There was any truth to the rumors. According to Bloomberg the company hired advisors to explore potential asset sale or combination and even speculated about the prospect of merger between Nokia and Ericsson. The report didn't point to any discussions between the companies however noted such a deal would be hard to meet due to various European regulations.
What Really Happened at the Munich Security Conference
"I today. We're going to learn a NE- word Westland snus. It is the idea that the West is somehow absent from the global stage less significant in part because of the rise of China in part because of the rise of DONALD TRUMP IT C- theme of this year's Munich security conference in which Germany's president said. The United States now rejects even the idea of an international community. That's walls intern rejected by the secretary of state. Does anyone believe Mike upon payers denials? David Hudson h-honestly chief Brussels correspondent at politico and was at the security conference joins me now on the line. Dave dimension the The theme being West Listeners. How did this manifest itself at the conference? There was a lot of discussion and there is every year at the Munich security conference about the decline of the West the fretting over where that Western alliance the transatlantic relationship is. But there is something quite different that everybody could feel this year. Which is that the gap between the Europeans and the Americans is so much greater than anyone has seen it in our lifetimes. And that's really what they're talking about is the idea of a unified west which you could include. Even some eastern partners like Japan into but the idea of rule of law and a the NATO alliance and the idea of collective action on the biggest issues facing people all over the world. And that just doesn't exist right when now you add up the three years of Donald Trump's presidency. Us obviously headed to an election. And you look at everything from climate policy to the Iran. Nuclear deal whether it's unsecurity whether it's on the environment anywhere you look there are just these gaps and so the secretary of state. Mike Pompeo you know folks were sitting with their hands in their laps tapping on their phones but not one drop of applause when he declared the West is winning normally. That should bring everybody to their feet. They're all there to represent different aspects of that western thinking and in fact crickets silence. The justice no faith that any of those words mean anything. I mentioned the president of Germany amendment to our frontal steinmeier was very outspoken. When my Pompeo is there is the? Us Senate acted as if an attitude of every man for himself could work a global policy. You Have Emmanuel macron that saying that there was a need to act at a European level to counter this perceived weakening of an alliance with the US but does Europe have the capacity yet to speak with one voice. Well you're obviously has its own disagreements and the chairman of the conference Ish Sugar warned against this. As did remarkably the secretary general of NATO Jens Stoltenberg who rarely rarely ever diverges from his talking points about unity where he warned in. This seemed to be directed at macron not to talk down the capabilities of NATO and talk up the differences among allies but there are clear differences among these allies and of course trump is responsible for a lot of them when you see the US pull out unilaterally in northeast Syria when you see the US in Turkey both NATO members forced to reach some kind of a peace agreement among themselves. You say what's going on here. Those are countries that are supposed to be on the same side. So you're Ab- certainly has differences that it needs to resolve but on big ticket items especially the priority that everyone agrees is facing the entire planet on Climate Change. Europe does in fact speak almost universally with one voice small exceptions about timing and how to get to certain goals but overall the goals are the same trump of course pulls out of that climate accord pulls out of the Iran nuclear deal. He's gone his own way. I sat down with a few callings and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Todd Walters and you hear him speak and you realize that there's an American mindset especially when it comes to the Middle East that no one else. Shares trump pushing for NATO to be more active in the Middle East which goes against the founding treaty of NATO The Washington Treaty which says these are countries at work together in the Euro Atlantic sphere. And I said to the general said this is in your title your Supreme Allied Commander Europe. Is that going to change? We become sec or me to add in the Middle East and there's no clear message. That Defense Secretary Asper was at NATO before coming to the Munich. Security Conference did not give those NATO allies. A sense of what it is that Donald Trump is looking for and again in Munich. The sort of conclusion was okay. Mike Pompeo and Marcus were there speaking to the boss back home telling him. The West is winning when nobody actually sees that David stay with us because also the line is Paul Rogers professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford while we were mentioning With David other the reaction to Mike Pompeo's speech the problem. I suppose is that the US Secretary of state goes to me and you can says no no trans. Atlantic alliance is as strong as it ever was but but he's bosses given every impression for four years now that he doesn't care at all about America's strategic partnerships. I think that's really a key issue. It's very much longer allies. David was just saying what has happened. I think is the Europeans for the first two years of the trump administration still tend to think this was an operation in the American political scene over the last year in particular the last couple of months they country is that trump may well get reelected emphatic present. He probably will do even if he isn't They feel as being a change in the American mood. That the change of the psalter political psychology even of the country and that is represented by trump and the many people who support him. So you have that the other thing as far as I can see within the United States so you basically have two things going on at the same time you had the contract trump vision but you have the more length assists vision and that apparently was very well represented a community at Munich. Many people from Congress many of the State Department people even those states is pretty weak present with much more on the traditional side but they basically differ from what is coming out trump. And frankly whether we like it or not. The American the Europeans dude actually listen to trump's tweets and take them very seriously so I think you you have this sort of basic difference and then looming all of that are the differences within Europe. Basically mechanised particularly weak at present. You have Britain opting out so to speak and then of course you have the China situation as well. Whether it's a difference I think between the European and the American views. The trump views that he let me put it that way. David Paul just mentioned China and Mike Pompeo talked again about the the the US's from a growing Increasingly increasingly assertive. China is Europe. Going to be on board with that top priority. I survey the citizens done ahead of this conference. The studio what size should your beyond worthy to be a full on conflict within the US and China on the majority of the citizens who questions that actually Europe should be neutral. You know a lot of this. Debate centered around technology and the Chinese firm alway which the US The trump administration has made clear that it seems as a real risk and trump was quite roundly rebutted on that by Germany by the UK even the UK which of course has to negotiate a trade deal coming up with the United States and one of the message. One message that the Americans were carrying back from the European side was qualify. Has Technology that the West if you WANNA call it? That doesn't have so in that sense. You're not winning. And the question is what alternative. Can you offer either? You let Europe and the United States be left behind on five G. or you work with wallet or you have some alternative now. The alternatives are not easy chatter about. Could there be a state investment. Something's very un-american into Nokia or Ericsson but the point is if there is a technology that China has and everybody else doesn't it's clear the West has fallen a stepper a half step behind in that sense but since you have Paul there who's who's talking about peace studies. There's another gap we saw in Munich. Which has some really big big issues that this conference used to focus on that because of what one former Senator Sam Nunn? I talked to called vivid all these sort of flashes and disagreements in In politics we're forgetting about the vital nuclear non-proliferation the fact that most of the non-proliferation architecture has been falling apart under trump the IMF treaty intermediate range. Nuclear forces. Treaty doesn't exist anymore. The new start treaty is going to expire in February. And what are these powers going to do to protect citizens from what is one of the greatest threats out there? Paul What do you? What do you make of that idea? That a lot of other issues as simply being forgotten at the moment I couldn't agree. More than Davis spot. On the nuclear thing I think is much more important than people generally realizes rather receded but there are two other issues gained one. He mentioned with climate change. This is the Big Issue Weld Wahid for the next two years it actually surpasses everything else and yes. The Europeans are more united on this which I think is very welcome as he said with a few exceptions but the United States takes a very different view as well. Brazil China to some extent endangered in Australia and set me. Russia isn't a weld unity. On this the most important issues. What in the world. The other thing I'd say is that while the kind of world economic model we have at present is delivering a great deal for relatively small number of people you got more and more people pretty well educated on the margins who do not fair sharing in in what they deserve and you're seeing this in the many political disturbances social disturbances seen in cities across the world last six to nine months in the recent past That again just doesn't fig you have these very big issues. Marginalization climate change on the nuclear issue which to not get the attention they deserve and that I think is one of the things where to some extent The whole Munich conference thing which is now being running. What nearly sixty years. Something like that Is Not really fully fit for purpose even though it may be better than the past let me just ask you both briefly before we before we end I read. I read one piece about the miniskirt weekend that said law international orders never last forever a maybe this is just the beginning of the end of the Post Second World War transatlantic order. I mean body. Think some some logic behind that there is some logic behind that and of course if it means the start of anew globalism a willingness to address Commonwealth problems. That would be good but the problem. Is that the men. We don't have that In fact the divisions at great sesame there things are changing and it will depend a Fab it I think on whether trump gets reelected in December but things are changing and one has to accept that we simply don't know whether go but there is a need for much more globalist attitude when David it does seem to all hinge. Doesn't it on what happens in America in November? Well there is a big question of if that old order is falling apart. What is the New Order? That take shape right. The world is smaller than ever people are more interconnected than ever so the great powers don't necessarily need to dictate things but we also saw at Munich. I said it was a lot of navel-gazing but not a lot of introspection. Yeah there was a report in The Washington Post Enter last year that twenty years of American failure in Afghanistan you would think at a security conference where the US is seen as the leader on security and defence issues. Folks would be asking. Hey what the heck happened there? How did you drag us all into this mess? And how do you avoid that going forward into the future and those kinds of tough questions again? The vivid trump was very much fretted about but the vital of how do you avoid getting sucked into twenty years of failed war where neither Afghanistan nor Iraq nor anybody else's better off? You have to wonder. Why weren't those tough questions being asked and who will start to shape that new order to replace the old order? That's falling away David Harrison on and Paul Rogers thank you both very much of your time
Intel and Vivo join Sony and Amazon withdrawals from Mobile World Congress due to coronavirus risk
"Investors appear to be setting aside their worries about the coronavirus impact on the economy for now fit your G. poll will be speaking at Congress today and investors will want to hear what he has to say about the economy in any remarks about the economic impact of the corona virus Intel and media tech have pulled out of the upcoming mobile World Congress in Barcelona they join fellow tech giant Sony LG an Ericsson and skipping the wireless industry's biggest annual showcase because of concerns about the spread of the
Mobile World Congress is in crisis
"World Congress in Barcelona as likely to feel very different this year. I told you last week that. LG had decided added to give the phone focused. Show a mess. Duda coronavirus concerns while the show is not cancelled a lot of companies either planned to reduce their presence or remove themselves from the show entirely three reports from N. gadget right up. Dwindling list of attendees Samsung is said by the site to be scaling back rockets plans to attend with many executives canceling their trips. and that seems kind of fluid unnamed sources cited in the peace say Samsung Still considering its options and could change course again. INVIDIA has pulled out. Ericsson has pulled out. Amazon's gone and Gadget says. The company was going to the late February event to push Amazon web services rather than anything consumer facing. But it's still a big blow when mobile a world. Congress has already lost multiple companies. That same report says away and Z.. T. E. R. still attending despite the outbreak having its roots in China although they've told Chinese stopped isolate themselves and pulled in European workers to cover for employees who can't go just ahead of this recording came word that Intel is out of the show venture beat says. The company expressed the same concerns for physical wellbeing of employees that other companies have expressed. It also said it looks forward to participating in Mobile World Congress again in the future as what companies will do instead at least one plans to take it to youtube and gadget had Sony saying in a press release Monday. It won't be going to Barcelona quoting the release as we place the the utmost importance on the safety and well being of our customers partners media and employees we have taken the difficult decision to withdraw from exhibiting and participating at Mobile World Congress Twenty Twenty in Barcelona Spain then said upholding press conference live at the event and gadget says Sony will host one on its official will experience Youtube Channel. Interestingly Intel is also planning some sort of announcement for the week of Mobile World Congress just won't be at Mobile World Congress according to the venture beat until is still expected to make an announcement about products during the event. But it won't don't have people on the ground at the show as companies consider their attendance and gadget says show organizers put in place screening efforts to reduce the chances of corona virus infections for starters gas from China's who bay province have been disinvited. Who Bay is where? The outbreak began. Attendees who bend the China will have to show that they've been there for two weeks prior to the show they'll also have to go through temperature checks and the test that they haven't been in contact with infected people. According to the report sounds fun
How Coronavirus is affecting MWC 2020
"GSA UPDATE ON CORONA virus. That is the subject line of an email that was sent out to registered attendees for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona which is happening in just a few weeks. Hello everybody and welcome to the pocket now. Weekly podcast hosted by yours truly judge of Gara. What's going on everybody all right? So we're GONNA get a little bit more abundant this particular episode because yes we have to talk about the corona virus which has literally affected so many portions of the world and various various different sectors including tech. Now I'm sure that most of you are aware of the different stories that have come out of Baku Rona virus in general but there were some very interesting stories stories that happened within the last week or so in regards to the different people who are going to be exhibiting at Mobile Congress. Obviously you're listening to the pocket. Weekly podcast so you are probably aware of what NWC is it is literally one of the most important shows throughout every single year where mobile technology is given the centerstage pretty much every company that has a hand in the creation of smartphones tablets wearables infrastructure five G. tend to go to Mobile World Congress and many of their big announcements happened in Barcelona. People like myself in high Rivera and many of the people that you know in the tech world go to the show every every single year and it is generally a very good time. Barcelona is a wonderful city With a lot of character and actually mobile world congress as far as the venue is concerned. The fear of our CELONA is one of the coolest venues when it comes to these shows that we go to every year but this year. It's going to be incredibly difference because with the News Corona virus spreading in China and in certain parts around the world. A lot of people have had to make the executive decisions to either attend or opt out of of 'em. WC without naming names. I know a few people who actually opted out of going. And it's going to be a bummer. Not Seeing them in Barcelona as it is basically a tradition for all all of us tech friends to get together at this show and I know a couple of other publications that have actually been giving their people some early notice that if they don't want to go to Barcelona they can actually say so. And of course this all started when the corona virus first sprouted in the WHO Bay province of China particularly the epicenter. Being a place is called Wuhan that is part of mainland China but because of the level of travel that we have in today's society and today's High-tech Society. Let's say there are people both traveling from so many places around the world that not only would people from that province moved to many other places via air travel and whatnot. They're also many visitors. Who might my end up going to? Who Bay province and they are also part of this huge quarantine or huge tracking of people who might be affected by this corona virus us? And as you're going to hear later from the email that I mentioned at the beginning of this episode Whether or not you have actually stepped foot near or in Wuhan Matters. But let's just talk for a little bit about the impact that the GM A has on the mobile industry. Mobile Congress is like I said one of the biggest shows of of the year it is one of what we call the Big Three Ceus. 'EM WC and EPA in Berlin. You're all aware of CAS which just happened about a month ago. And then Eva In Berlin happens usually every September near the end of the year when some final announcements are happening but at the beginning of the year basically in the first quarter. This is when you set the precedent precedent for the rest of the calendar year at 'EM WC by announcing some really big devices in Barcelona back in the day Samsung used to use. WC The as the jump off point for their galaxy S. line they used to go to 'em WC with the new devices but overtime Samsung decided to hold their own shows. Handy events Of course now we call those unpacked. And those are the shows that Samsung uses in order to announce the new devices but pretty much every other company attends Hans Nwc along with thousands upon thousands of other exhibitors to show off their latest updates to just highlight some of the big names. You have everyone from Xiaomi. A two Vivo and honor to Qualcomm Lenovo Motorola sick imagine how everybody felt when. LG One of the most recognizable names and mobile tag decided to pull out and of M W C completely. There's a certain hall in the fear of the venue for Mobile World Congress where all of the phone manufacturers tend to sort of clump together. And it's there that you can walk from qualcomm and just maybe take a two minute stroll over to Samsung and from Samsung you can take a quick stroll over to lg but now that huge huge portion of that hall LG tends to take. It's just going to be empty. It remains to be seen. What would happen with these particular companies booths and spaces basis now that they're not actually going to be there? But of course there are varying degrees to which companies are actually taking themselves out of the show Z.. T. E. announced that they wouldn't be at the show show but what that actually meant was they. Were not going to do a press conference but they would still have a booth and have representation on the show. Floor Ericson would then follow suit as the next company to to leave Mobile World Congress over concerns of the corona virus. Ericsson a name that you might remember from these Sony Ericsson days of those particular. Let's say dump phones as it was before the smartphone. smartphone era is still a major player in telecommunications and probably the biggest blow to GSI may so far when it comes to 'em WC. Andy's exhibitors was invidia video announcing that they would no longer be attending the show. This one's a big one because according to the verge in video was going to host ten sessions and actually have a place called the a innovation center now I have seen Invidia at a number of different shows and they always talk about the power of their cards and processors especially in terms of ai and and videos AI is starting to pop in so many different places even beyond computing and mobile They actually started talking about autonomous driving and getting into the five G. Game but the market detail here is that nvidia was also a major sponsor of the conference in general and they have partnered with the conference to have a bunch of different sessions every single year. But it's probably the biggest headline mainly because video was one of the major sponsors of 'em. WC Twenty twenty on top of everything that they were supposed to be hosting the fact that they okay and three other companies so far at the recording of this episode have pulled out of mobile world. Congress means that all of the topics they have been part of are no longer going to be in the discussion. There's going to be less. Ai There because of invidia less mobile devices because of LG Z.. T. Not having a major presence anymore and of course on the telecommunication side when it comes to Business Ericsson not being their means that they are out of the conversation during the show as well but that doesn't stop the fact that we you're still going to 'EM WC and WC is still going to happen after all there are still so many companies that will indeed be there and they will feel the conversations even if there's going to be a little bit less of a crowded space ticket for what you will but aside from Z.. T. E.. A lot of the major Chinese companies are still planning on attending and they are going to have have not only press conferences but major major updates to many of their products during the Barcelona show.
Teen pleads guilty to murder in 2019 Colorado school shooting
"A sixteen year old faces forty years in prison when he sentenced in may for opening fire in a Colorado school Alec McKinney is change his plea he's now admitting to several charges including murder police say he and Devin Erickson killed an eighteen year old who tried to stop them last may eight other students were injured Ericsson is pleaded not guilty in this trial also starts in
To counter Huawei, U.S. could take 'controlling stake' in Ericsson, Nokia: attorney general
"United States is looking to curtail China's dominance in five G. got more from Bloomberg's Tyler Rick's the US has been struggling to persuade key allies to keep five G. components built by Wall way out of their mobile networks now Attorney General William Barr said the US should consider whether to enter into partnerships with rival companies like Finland's Nokia or Sweden's Ericsson bar said to you I should be actively considering investments in those companies and even way taking a controlling stake he said the risk of losing the five G. struggle with China should vastly outweigh all other
How Does GSMArena Work?
"Is here from GM Marina. And I don't know I just WanNa have fun with this episode because in the Tech Community and I'm sure and I want to hear in the comments sections what everybody says in the community. We look to GSA marina as like what's the term I could use the facts pedia. Yeah yeah one of the places to remember what lights at check. What specs are for hours and all that stuff like we even joke? We're at events that we say hold on on GSM SMU. We need to confirm with either. The people were talking to you from pr or I it has to be on GSM so you're edgier some rain obviously yes Do you do any of the testing happens. They're like what. What would you describe your your your time as I do a little bit of everything? Jason Marina I rate news articles I review smartphones. I don't review all of them so I'm based in the US and I receive devices from the US and sometimes they don't get them in in Europe adjacent areas based in eastern Europe. So if they don't get them at the office then I have to do the testing so there's not I can't do one hundred percent of a test that we run of course but I do most of your mind because it's so intricate like your reviews process the written reviews process not to say that the video videos or not. But you're you've been doing a lot of video stuff recently right like it's become more of a focus for G. I feel like recently than I've ever known in in the past couple of years. We've definitely been ramping up Video production and we have a fulltime Production team at the office and they do most of the videos But yeah since then we've been racking up subscribers it's been growing youtube channel and We just hit a hundred and I figured it was one hundred ten thousand I think so on the road to that on the road to one mill. It's exciting it's exciting and I'm really glad to be a part of this team because even when I started you know they were like looking for someone who really knows too much. But we're willing to learn with you and when I got hired. They didn't have a full production team yet so it was just this thing that was still starting. Yeah so you're more on the video side. I mean there's just a there was a pixel for review that just came out all linked to it's in the description. Make sure you check it out. We watched it last night because this guy wanted to make sure like everything was good so we were like watching it together. This funny bits in there. I really recommend it so because it feels to me and I don't I don't really know if this is necessarily fair disabled on the video video site obviously you have a little bit more. You can have more fun with the content in a way because it's not so again I'm trying not to be here. It's just that on GSA marines actual website it's tables and graphs and very specific benchmark testing and all that stuff. Obviously the videos. Don't really have that kind of that kind of motif right so I mean we do like announce some some of the results that we had from are written review in the video review. Yeah but We try to have more fun with it especially if you know in this. Like specific niche the category of smartphones. Like it can be very. It can get monotonous. So we're always trying to like somehow like Papa joke you know here and they're trying to we all try to laugh because sometimes it can be really stressful to get these videos that on fine but sometimes we just want to like. Oh we're just trying to take it. Yeah we're just having a good time. So what can you share with everyone about. Because I know that I've always been very curious about. Obviously we see the results. We see what the reviews are like. There's always like pages upon pages of them. Always drunk to the conclusion page longer. Really used to be longer than they wanted to get into. What is the process for all? Because there's so much going on so I just think just tap May. Yeah I think so. He used to. We used to review phone since the creature faults so there were parts of the view that were still around even after feature. The phones were no longer popular so we would have like an SMS section where we took screen shots of this text messages. We had we had like a section for like I'm trying to. I WanNa pull up an old phone that I used to have before the smartphone age and I. Yeah I know there's got to be a look. I don't know if they had like a Sony Ericsson they should have blackberries blackberries up there even. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's for sure. Yeah but sorry continue. Yeah so like we used to do because we we try to show everybody in the written reviews like the the interface and we took screen shots of what looks like and what it looks like to change wallpaper. We used to wait. Go Away to specific and then Lincoln the Capacity Beers. They revamped the style or not the style they revamped layout and they made it shorter because it used to be like nine pages. You was like what seven because now it's like six If the camera hasn't a features we'll split the camera into to sometimes we split sections because it's too long but it usually it's it's either six or more at this point but yeah there are a lot of moving parts in the review. We have a proper introduction page and then that page ends with the boxing which is like a picture of all the boxes contents and middle description. Only what's in the box housing boxing field kind of
Madrid Making Moves
"Uh-huh and Lebanon Donna Dan Narrow Ericsson Ericsson could be heading to the Santiago Bernabeu according to reports is the president of Real Madrid who wants him influencing oh Perez but Zidane's and not so keen he's the ones pull pumper said Peres is the only winner surely this scrap well except that we had in the summer and sit down one that time is it I'm was was adamant as you've just pointed out that it was poker that he wanted Rao Madrid in the in you know it was very difficult poker they'd lined up a couple of other deals one was was this WanNa call someone was debate from from from ax and there was a very clear sense from that right we want to bring them infielder in these two that we think we think can work exam was so adamant that had been cut in the end they didn't get any of those players so if for this story to reemerge for it's a to reemerge from cloudy it's because I've a foreign tino all the rest of the rights of decided we do this anyway all because Dan has backed down or calls because they've just decided right well we want to try and force the issue on this now there's a little bit of me that doesn't entirely see the point in this deal now ramage at the moment look at the squad lists in recent weeks admittedly because some injuries they actually put the squabbling they publish them Goalkeepers Defenders Field as forwards and his great big long list everywhere and a tiny little list in the midfield a category and so they do need midfielders in terms of numbers but what they really need in truth is another number ten stroke attacking midfielder stroke the creative forward they've got lots of those and so this is a deal I think that they want to make it done they want they want to get it done rather they know that this is a market entity because of course Ericsson because of his contractual situations burs would come very cheap but then of course in the summer he would come for free this is a reminder contract is up at the end of the season good enough for amateur Christian Harrison having been an important player over the years for Tottenham Hotspur maybe not quite as much lately but his mind I think it's been a bit scrambled by everything that's been going on wanted to go to row Madrid I think it's a pretty open secret in the summer it didn't happen I think they'd get him for something like thirty million pounds because of the situation with his contract in June okay so you could see that happening because you get the feeling Tottenham that something's got to give and they need to freshen things up so yeah I think for Madrid wanted enough it can happen you let him go in January savings you say okay let's get some money for him and move on well I think I think he's an he looks always kind of half choked Luke's is always not interested right and of course we know Daniel Levy lakes bringing money and so it seems to me that you would just let them go get some money and get rid of a body again and start building again does he fit into this team I think is a good enough play for Marie I don't think right now and he's in a position where you can just turn players away because there is a there are some areas in which you have to be concerned so injuries are part of the reality Real Madrid now whether it's aww Tony Cruz there's nobody who can take the position Okaz Amedeo but the point that sid is making makes a whole lot of sense in that that kind of player is not exactly what you need so you're just bringing them to make numbers up you're not bringing them because he's addressing a need an area in which you're saying you know what we have to have a player like this it doesn't quite make sense from that point of view in terms of the market value it makes a whole Lotta sense for rare Marie to invest in a guy who would have come at a much higher price he's in what it's going to be a discounted price in the end problematic sit could it be going forward the sedan doesn't get I don't know the answer to that because oversee is problematic now and there's he wanted paper into the side for the star this season as the season moves on and he starts to find solutions Nicole seen very good performance in the last from Federal Valverde who has some of pope was qualities not quite the same sort of player but he covers a lot of ground he's quite direct he gets into both Sierra so there is a sense that they're finding solutions that so I don't necessarily think if they can find an alternative poke the similar enough that have a similar kind of skill set a similar sort of level then perhaps it's not too much of a problem but it was a problem in the summer not Lisa because it that degree of tension between down the club there's IT and felt the club who had promise to get in the plaza wanted promise to get rid of the players that he wanted weren't able to do so now there's a difference between not being able to do so and refusing to do so which is why I think that those kind of problems can be overcome but of course there is that little bit of tension that still remains said as you're on and we need to talk about a story that we've discussed forty eight hours out front page of bail says he wants to go that he's had enough the reason this is a big deal obviously Bala Gate well linked within Spanish football well link within the Gareth Oh camp this is why you've got to take this story seriously and the big question I said why why now why is he coming out and saying this now considering all the summer very had all those problems he gets a standing ovation after his performance against Granada two days comes out and said that enough because you drop me in that champion's league game well that's that's a great way to start them because is if you read the printing of this article at it fits exactly we've your question don't police is bio- tyke no more and at that point because of the timing is you right yes I think he will he can take no more of being a starter in the team that's top of the League who's just provided a wonderful assist them being innovation by the fans this isn't the moment to be thinking I can take no more that said of course some of the underlying element of this story this really is no different from what we've been talking about going all the way back to August we talked about it in in the middle of September Knbr as well I think when we were saying that violence playing now he's in the team now he starting now he's getting continuity now but that doesn't mean he's playing remember that comment playing happily remember that comment he made when he was lost while Scott what was it three or four weeks ago and he said I'm playing but wouldn't sound playing happily and that is this in a nutshell now I think is very difficult at this early stage you say he will go because of course we saw this summer even if you want to go even if the club is trying to force you out you have to find an exit and the summer they didn't one until very late in the summer they found that opportunity to go to China thought it was all done and the last minute realm of turned around and said no and so I think is angry about that feels irritated by that and yeah I don't doubt for minute idea that well if there was a good while I'd take it but that's not quite the same and this will happen because it's very very difficult to make this happen and personally if I was able to go about your question the timing be thinking look I'm not very happy I'm not very pleased with the it may have a great relationship the manager but hey I'm a star now at wral Madrid again and so between now and the end the season I think a lot can happen that will so the way this plays
Accused Colorado school shooter ordered to stand trial for murder
"There's a hearing in Colorado over whether to send an accused the school shooter to trial nineteen year old Devin Ericsson's lawyer claims he was a victim threatened in pressured by sixteen year old transgender student Alec mechanic to carry out a shooting that stem school highlands ranch in suburban Denver last may that killed eighteen year old senior Kendrick a studio who along with other students tackled Erickson Casio's father John it's frustrating you know I'm looking at somebody who feel that life would serve interesting hearing the spin on deception both Erickson and McKinney are charged with forty six separate counts including murder the preliminary hearing for Ericsson is expected to last through
"ericsson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Ericsson tackles this New York times story and his website another egregious factual error Rory in The New York Times sixty in nineteen project the first essay in this effort by the times from Nicole Hammond Jones contains an out right for also let me quote from her pace conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the communists decided that what it by the way you're going to freak when you hear this this is actually ran the in New York times the first essay on this premise that America's real founding coincides the slave trade ready conventionally left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery by seventeen seventy six Britain had grown deeply conflicted over its role in racism and slavery that had reshape the western hemisphere in London there were growing calls to abolish the slave trade this is a crock of the first order which one is the leading edge the colonists had no desire to separate from the king because they wanted slavery the truth of the founding of America is that there was no way to put the thirteen colonies together without acknowledging the need of the southern states to be able to maintain their slavery positions but every one of the founding fathers wrote of slavery in a condemning critical way the abolitionist movement in London and this is a point that Eric makes here did not take off until after seventeen seventy six we'll get up the name is William Wilberforce and he was the leading proponent of getting rid of slavery in the U. well in in Great Britain movies have been made about the efforts of William Wilberforce spelled exactly like it sounds but his movement to abolish slavery did not take off until after seventeen seventy six and it dragged on well into the eighteen hundreds in fact Massachusetts began considerations on abolishing the slave trade in seventeen sixty seven one year after our founding actually before the founding and voted again in both seventeen seventy one and and and seventeen seventy.
An overview of Huawei 5G
"And we are speaking with Scott Jamar he is a vice president of industry relations for one way well it you know you you probably remember when the CFO was arrested in Canada at the behest of the United States I she's facing extradition there still and you probably like me scratch your head and said what the heck is a hallway and then if you looked into it at all you found out that they are they see here which tech company telecommunications they're amazing and one of the leaders of the world I mean you you use our past apple in in phones and and you own five G. essentially so before we get to our phone calls I want to ask you in three minutes explain what five G. is because you know it's supposed to be people talk about this as this unbelievable thing that's coming other people are afraid of it what is it well five Jeez the next generation of cell phone technology art connectivity technology it's a hundred times faster than four G. so that movie you want to download that website you want to visit has a ton of content is going to be incredibly fast the latency is much much lower and this is impact telephones only or does this you know cellphones or does this also impact computer connectivity it does it adds a an entirely new market segment you know there's this thing called the internet of things which allows you to connect your your car or do surgery remotely you know very very quickly yes sold lots of different devices it enables entirely new networks of art entirely new market of devices why is this so complicated why do you own it well I wouldn't say we own it I tell you the market leaders you would say that I say you own it okay what we we've been we've spent the last ten years investing in five G. and spent several billion dollars on developing that because we were looking forward as to where is the market going I mean we we were the world's largest telecom manufacture Quitman manufacture so what's the future look like so we've been investing in five G. to enable all these new market segments because the world is becoming even more connected there's things like the internet of cal's believe it or not we're your monitoring cal's in the field to find out when they are in estrus so you can bring them back to the bar but there's there's internet enabled manhole covers to see when people are opening those who may be trying to steal a copper so you can monitor that anything you can think of your refrigerator like I said before your car will now have the ability to be connected and to gain information from those devices that controls devices and to provide more insight into our everyday lives so this is more powerful and it's faster yes okay where people afraid of it well I think people are afraid of any technology that's coming potentially into their personal lives you know we have our our internet connected thermostats we have our internet connected refrigerators we have Alexis we have you know Google's version of Alexa it's people are becoming a little bit concerned about the privacy and rightly so we should were all stakeholders in our own security and and data privacy and we all need to be aware of that we can't just new to around the world with blinders on we need to make sure that we take the steps that we need to take to ensure our own security on on privacy yeah we should consider all networks to some people are talking about you know waves come in their brains and stuff is that just nonsense well it all I don't think it's nonsense any radio waves around this all the time but are they are they harmful I think the jury's still out on that you know there were there were talks over the years about cell phones right you know providing or are causing problems there's research being done on that but I don't think there's anything conclusive yet and of course those things are tested but each country uses a different radio spectrum for five G. so it depends on the radio spectrum it depends on where it's being deployed and how it's being deployed and how strong the signal is how far away are we from five G. of we're deploying five G. right now where in different parts of the world in the in other countries in the United States we're not to point five G. are there other companies looking at that but why always about eighteen to twenty four months ahead of everyone else in the market so you're going to see those deployments coming out with five G. I know that Nokia and Ericsson are also deploying some of those networks but I'm not quite sure if any have really been deployed other than testing in the United States at
What happens if the trade war hits the tech industry?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation, Evan Lyall 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, visit planted dot com to find out why. That's P. L. A. N. E T, M dot com. What happens if the trade war hits the tech industry from American public media? This is marketplace tech. I'm Tracey Samuelson in for Molly would. The Trump administration is hearing testimony this week from businesses and industry groups affected by a pending fourth round of tariffs on Chinese imports. If an acted these tariffs would cover an additional three hundred billion dollars worth of products. Meaning nearly everything we buy from China would face a tariff that's left, some tech companies scrambling to try and shift their supply chains away from China. Others are lobbying to try and prevent the tariffs. But all face a similar question. Whether to pass the extra cost of tariffs along to consumers. Let's talk more about this in quality assurance, a segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. See, we covers tech for the Wall Street Journal from Beijing. We talked about how tariffs will affect various consumer technology with sick. The iphone, for instance, a lot of phone parts come from China. There were some reports from J P, Morgan that said that if these terrorists take place than it would could raise the cost of an iphone of an iphone by v. Fifteen twenty percent and unclear whether apple had pass those costs and consumers but we're talking about one hundred fifty dollars increase in the price of the iphone ten if that happens so you mentioned, I phones already are there other products that we should be looking for in terms of the impact of these tears. There's a lot of component so anything that requires a computer chip might be affected. A lot of computer chips, and other components are, are manufactured out here and there's also some indirect costs that could rise because of these tariffs to for instance, stuff that an internet provider like Comcast wireless provider like AT and T buys, they need cell phone tower quit -ment. They need internet routers, and that stuff is facing tariffs to so while AT and T would be, for instance, paying those tariffs. They might raise the cost of your wireless plant because they have to pay more for that equipment. Right. And that's the choice companies face right now as their costs rise, you detectives, they have to decide whether to absorb those costs or how much they might pass on to consumers. Are we hearing anything from companies? To what they're planning to do. Cisco for instance already face a ten percent tariffs since last year. And they said, okay, ten percent we can absorb that. But once they went up to twenty five percent last year. They said we had to raise prices for some of our equipment. We just can't absorb a twenty five percent increase. A lot of people can take ten, they can't do twenty five and companies can also try and avoid the tariffs by shuffling their supply chains to bypass China altogether. What are we hearing from tech companies about their ability to do that? Yeah. Love companies have said they've already taken steps to move production to their other factories outside China. Cisco's done at Ericsson which also makes cell phone tower equipment. They've done that too, but not every company can do that. And there's some logistics involved for instance, if you wanted to move production from China to Vietnam, maybe you already have a factory there. But do you have enough workers to work at that factory? It's not easy to snap your fingers and say, we'll just move it to another country. It's going to be difficult rate, and even if they could there's going to be cost associated with that there's going to be cost. And you might not be able to manufacture a product as quickly or as well, as you did the foreign China, St. we with the Wall Street Journal next week, President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping will meet on the sidelines of the g twenty in Japan. Both countries are hoping to make progress after negotiations stalled last month. And now for some related links, US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer testified before Senate, and house committees this week and defended Trump's use of tariffs on Chinese goods, quote, if there's a better idea than tariffs. I'd like to hear it. He told the Senate finance committee, also fortune took a look at why analysts expect iphone production to largely remain in China, despite an offer from Foxconn which assembles the phones to move production to its facilities outside China. I'm Tracey Samuelson. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This is Molly would host of marketplace tech the podcast, where you can hear conversations like legendary Sifi, author, William Gibson, talk about the problems created by the uneven distribution of wealth and technology, helping you think differently about the world you live in every weekday. That's marketplace tech on apple podcasts or wherever you like to download.
Are we entering a tech cold war with China?
"The US and China continue to lob salvos at each other over trade, and the tech industries of both countries are kind of caught in the middle while we the jewel in China's tech crown is weighing options in the wake of Google's decision to cut ties with the company it comes after a decision by the Trump administration to ban dealings with hallway, there's been a temporary reprieve, which is just adding to the air of uncertainty for tech companies doing business in China. But there's a wider question being asked. Are we entering a new tech Cold War? And if we are, where do the battle lines actually get drawn after all, as an everything from cars to fashion. American in Chinese companies are in twined in afraid is chief technology. Correspondent for axios. She says is one thing to say we want to be more independent from our competitors in reality, the US manufacturers, almost none of the products that are designed here. So your iphone your nest Cam, your go pro camera. Designed in the US manufactured in China by contrast, China would very much like to be independent of the US, but still relies on many if not most of its semiconductors from the US, as well as things like services and software. So if they wanna make a phone, using Android, they need software from Google. How far out is China for being able to do all this on its own China has a very aggressive roadmap to try and get all of these technologies over the next decade or so, so that they can be independent and the US is far less likely to be fully self sufficient. But certainly, I think you're going to see the US recognize this issue and try to be not as reliant on China to try and see where else in the world. That's less geopolitically sensitive, it might be able to get some of these capabilities. So I think both countries have a roadmap and a desire to get to independence which may or may not be a good thing. I think, you know, long term, do you want the two technology superpowers, if you will. Developing parallel incompatible worlds. Or do you want them, working together at the moment? We're taking a step towards parallel independence, but I think long term, you know we had a Cold War. I remember reading about it, and living through it. So I'm not sure that's a good thing, repeat. Well, what does a long-term tech Cold War? Look like you know, I think it looks like a lot of rules like we're seeing today and a lot of pain on both sides. For example, the US, banning while way, while wait, isn't what powers most US networks. No big deal. Right. It turns out, it's actually a really big deal. So the US banning while way right now, also means that while we can't support all of its existing networks and devices which are used throughout the world. And you might say, okay, great. That's more business for Ericsson and Nokia, which are companies, not based in the US. But at least based in western Europe, the problem is always served a very important role in serves a very important role in bringing internet to the developing. World. It's gear is much much cheaper, and there are parts of the world where building a modern cell network isn't cost effective using Nokia or Ericsson geared only makes sense. If you have a lower cost option enough read is chief technology correspondent for axios, where she also writes, the daily tech newsletter called log in. She says, all of this uncertainty makes it more likely companies will continue to make sure they have multiple sources for materials, no more relying on just one individual company, or country for resources or parts,
Colorado school shooting victim died charging attacker
"I did may risk their own lives. So that we could all have our own as students held one gunmen. Investigators say another shooter opened fire on a different classroom. Police say shooter had a handgun in total shot nine people about twenty four hours later. Eighteen year old Devon Ericson appeared in court, his head hung low for much of the hearing Ericsson is scheduled to be back in court Friday when formal charges related to the shooting are expected correspondent Camilla Bernal reporting from highlands ranch in Colorado, which is not very far from Littleton. Of course. Where Columbine high school is located any no we did talk about that. Recently the twentieth anniversary of the first of these awful high school and college shooting so heroes this morning three students to disarmed the gunman who didn't who didn't stop to think. So Brendan Bialy who is one of the students said Kendrick wrestle the gun away. And and called out. He called out Brendan Bialy is the one who wrestle the gun away and called out to Custodio who was shot after he tackled the shooter. He said that there was no response. Kendrick went out as a hero Bialy said he was a foot away from the shooter and instead of running in the opposite direction. He ran right toward the danger. And the police are saying that Custodio Bialy and Joshua Jones who is one of the other students. They're really minimized the bloodshed and possibly kept the death toll from being more than just a one and more people being wounded and this kid Jones Joshua Jones was shot twice. He said. Yeah. I was scared. But he said he wasn't going to cower for. Shooters he repeatedly call them cowards. They lost. He said of the shooter's they completely and utterly lost two. Good people. So this kid who who gave his life Castillo? He was a member of the school's robotics club. I've a thirteen year old son who's in the robotics club. He was a relentless tinkerer like my son is, and you know, that just brings it home. You know, if you're a parent, and you think, you know, my kids in school, and you know, would would my kid be shot trying to save people? Would we be shot? I mean, where do people summon up that kind of courage is the same kind of courage that that soldiers, you know, that take in battle? They they take that stance defending, you know, the country and the people who live in it. They put their lives on the line. They they planes and get shot down. They marched into the, you know, a hail of bullets coming their way, where do you find bad kind of courage and in the second when you don't even know it's coming year in the middle of a regular day. You haven't trained for this. You haven't prepared for it. You weren't expecting it. You're not girded for somebody walks into your classroom and points a gun at you. And the first thing you do is you think I got to save people and you've lunged for the gun. You'll lose your life. I mean, you are a hero. But unfortunately, you know, you you are now gone this this kid, you know, describe Kendrick St. oh described as a kid friendly modest always happy to help people. He was a familiar sight at knights of Columbus fundraisers and bingo nights with his dad people described him as they all say the same thing sweetest kid I ever met never mean. Kid, really, really good kid. There was also a security guard who helped out there. He is a former marine and he ran right to the area of the shootings. He confronted one of the arms students. He drew his weapon. He apprehended that person and probably doesn't even realize how many lives he saved by stopping school shooting. So you see they had somebody there who knew what to do who was trained one of our marines who was there on site probably saved many many lives. But now, you know, this is becoming a thing now because we have the parents of the student who was killed while tackling a gunman at the university of North Carolina in Charlotte. I mean, they're heartbroken in there. And this is bringing it right back. This just happened. Couple of weeks ago, April thirtieth Riley Howell twenty one years old fatally shot he hurled himself at a gunman. They're in a classroom at at UNC, and the police say that he knocked the gunman office feet and helped end what could have been a much deadlier massacre. The police chief there chief care Putney said that he took the fight to the assailant. Unfortunately, he had to give his life to do. So, but he saved lives. Young rally house parents Thomas and Natalie Henry house. I mean, they're devastated, you know. Now, they've got to adjust to their life without their son. And they said that this has been really difficult to pass few days win a watching their kids facing a new reality without their brother. And this really really brings it back and howls mom says this is her quote, I think I've seen the worst and the best of humanity. I've seen somebody without regard for the sanctity of life. And then I've seen this huge outpouring from family, friends and strangers of pure love. I'm in this very strange place, but my heart. It goes out completely to these other families in the communities who are going through the exact
Colorado police probe what sparked deadly shooting at suburban school
"Morning in another deadly shooting at a Colorado school one student killed eight others wounded. In the violence at the stem school. This is just outside Denver here ASAP. That's the call the school sent into lockdown shortly thereafter now this student Michael Schwartz says his friend confronted one of the gunmen and likely saved lives in the process after he got shot. He ran away from the school trying to get away from all the chaos because he just couldn't be there. You know after you pretty much like saved everyone. I feel like a little too close to home. This shooting comes just a few miles up the road from Columbine high school shortly after the twentieth anniversary of the mass shooting. They're teenagers identified the suspects as well. In this case more from ABC's Alec stone law enforcement sources are telling ABC news juvenile alleged shooter is a transgender teen born female, but who identifies as a male he could be charged as an adult the other alleged gunman has been identified by police as eighteen year old Devon Eric sin last night. Police were at a home linked Ericsson where a white car was towed away. There was an expletive spray painted on the outside of
"ericsson" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"That the T Rex did a push up in order to get up from the ground. So how did they get up? Once they were lying down will Ericsson suggests looking to birds who get up without the aid of four limbs. And apparently what they do is. They simply took their legs directly underneath their center of gravity, and then push straight up actually, probably sort of the exact same thing. You would do if you tried to stand. Up from the ground without using your arms. You try to gather your legs under you. And then push up. Right. Yeah. Exactly. But also theropod dinosaurs tiny arms like the t Rex would have had the aid of their tails to help gain additional leverage or bracing against the ground. So the way I'm imagining this I could be wrong. But it's the same way you would brace your hands against the ground in front of you. While extending your legs to stand up. Imagine a t Rex maybe being able to brace its tail against the ground behind it while pushing up with its legs, a sort of backwards standing, you know, all of this. I think it goes it's just another reminder that the t Rex one of the most famous dinosaurs. If not the most famous dinosaur, though that the specimen out there and also one that we we know a fair amount about there, a number of of fossils that have been found. And yet there are there's there's so much that we do not know about the T Rex there are things about it that we will. We will never. Unless we get that time machine to go back and start hunting them, or we somehow bring them back to life with drastic park scenario, I propose a pre-emptive ban on dinosaur hunting before we have anytime machines. We've got to get the regulations in place set. Right. We got to think ahead of our technology. All right one that no we're gonna take a quick break..
"ericsson" Discussed on TechFan
"They by the next of the next month. Which you know, is is good because a lot of times companies kinda go, oh, we know contract says we don't guarantee anything, and so you kind of on your they compensating his good. They also suing Ericsson found a million dollars. Obviously big reputational damage and still Sony Ericsson. Or is this a different company? It was this is the. Sony ericsson. Yeah. It's it's different Sunday. It was opponent ship, and they broke apart different much different of the same country. So it is the same company though. Yeah. Yeah. So. Yeah. This we should parenting. I'm saying so yeah. Pretty bashing for them as well. And what I found interesting about it was really how dependent seventy people all their Sally dice nowadays. And how they struggled to cope. When the when the system was out the way, it was reported over here was was of 'unique thoughts from people who struggling overseas kind of silly. But some of them, I think are legitimate. Well, then you said this will pay the ones that sound. You know, sound sound dramatic, for instance, quite few people's from people who signed that had medical problems, and they relied on them. I will find say ring help, and that's a little thing. And so, you know, this this would have been a problem they need help those points. This is a part right here though in the store that you sent from the BBC Tom Merritt of the market research company. I h f market said data was increasingly important to customers with half of UK mobile users, prioritizing internet, connectivity above calls taxed what do you think?.
"ericsson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Tell you this Eric hired someone who sounds just like him to host today's show was since I'm the announcer. They told me so I am telling you don't be fooled Ericsson jail. I can't believe I started with my own program by laughing. Laugh along with you. Can make me laugh. I like him. Okay. So is the tax taxes show, folks? And I we're doing a very special fun facts. Instrument of fun facts doing a special fun facts Friday, if you listen to the show most days, we talk about a lot of serious issues. But unfunny next Friday, we have fun because it's Friday, and we like to share a lot of facts that you can learn a lot of things, but it was Albans idea not my idea. I promise you to do a special fun facts Friday around my Luther book because Alvin and this means a lot to me album that you appreciate the weird quirkiness of the book. Oh, yeah. Look, I when I write this stuff. I appreciate it cracks me up. And I find it very interesting entertaining. But you never know who out there. I mean, I'm sure there are some seminary students who are just rolling their eyes. And why is air Metaxas? Dragging us down to this level. It's a really serious subject after reading bond Hoffer this, of course, was years and years ago. I'm picking up Martin Luther thinking it's going to be serious like Bon Hoffer, but Bon Hoffer was in the age of the Nazis. Yeah. You as much lower. Yes. It was much less funny and interesting than the story of Luther. But there's a lot of weird interesting stuff in the story Luther in you. It was your idea that we should do. I labeled it the quirky life and times of Martin Luther because they certainly were that will that's yeah. That's the unofficial title of the fun facts Friday, we're doing today, although I've got a point. Now, this is our two of fun facts Friday, special Martin Luther addition because we barely scratched the surface of the weird court. And we were just going to do our. But again, I have not even read the entire book yet, I'm about one hundred and twenty five pages in I still have three fourths of the book to go. And just all this weird quirky stuff has jumped out, and I said, we we gotta talk about it. And we're just watching the surface realty. It does thrill me that you have seen the quirkiness that you've appreciated it. Because I really just totally entertain me as I was writing the book there's lots of goofy stuff. Yeah. So what should we focus on this wet people's appetite here? And I do I did want to ask you something because I know that you've been out on tour for several weeks now and you've done dozens and dozens of interviews either on the phone on radio in person. And by the way, today's interview of kind of like a winter right is so different from any of them because it is the kind of the Corky side of it. Well, that's exactly what I've done a lot of radio interviews and some TV and nobody's asking me about this stuff. Right. Except for you Alvin fader, but I figured in all this time to something unusual. Let's put it that way. Must have happened on the road to you enrolling living, usual things happen. One of the one of the few things, I can share two things with you. First of all. At at an event in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. A woman came up to me. And she said she's so thrilled by my love for the Partridge family. She listens to this program. All the time. I wish I could remember her name because this incredibly sweet woman gave me an envelope. Sometimes people give me an envelope with the note or something like that. Well, I get back to my hotel room. I opened up the envelope. Now, there's no name or anything on it. Just this really sweet woman who loved the Partridge family. So I assume she's around my age, and she hands me this envelope. When I get to though told them my opening up. What is it? It is a bunch of Partridge family play cards, which which they would issue when the Partridge family was on TV. I think I may have had some when I was a kid actually, no I had kung FU cards with David I heard island yards. So well, so this woman gives me these beautiful cards, and I almost wanted to say you can't give this this is so wonderful. So wanted to give it back to her because I thought this is too much. But I can't find her. And I just wanna say if she's listening, which may be she is that was such a gift. I it just really touched my heart, and I'm thrilled. And I said I got him into this year. Even believed that that'd be nice so kind as to do that. So thank you. And. But that kind of stuff happens to me on the road, and it really, and you said there was another thing too. Yes. The other thing I kind of touched on this the other day that I didn't go into detail. The title of this is the Beagles of John's miraculous. Ladies and gentlemen, I told you the John's Mary he was on this program because you know, I wasn't Dallas earlier this week. But listen John's Miramax Beagles. I got to visit the Beagles at his apartment. Anybody listening to this program knows that one of our favorite guests is John's mirror and John's Mira has to be Google puppies that I got to meet their named Finnegan and rain, I think he said this on the year the other day, but they are so entertaining and delightful that we we were watching something on TV at his apartment here in Dallas, the dogs crawl over you, you're trying to watch TV and they're crawling and fighting on top of you on top of me and cry. It was it was the most entertaining sweet little creatures that. I said I've got to tell the audience I got to wrangle with you know, to wrestle and wrangled win the Beagles of the great John's miracle really really dread your own W w e going on there precisely that's took the words right out of my own go now. Yes, I guess I wanted to get people give them a little taste because we're going to be going to a commercial break here shortly. But when would they now this is from your book, of course in the bible? It's not mentioned in the bible. But before Saint John went to Pat moss where he was exiled doesn't apostle. Apparently, they cut off all his hair. Oh, wait a second. You jumped into that too quickly in in one of the things in the Luther book, which I found very entertaining. And I was excited to write about. It was the issue of relics in the in the in the middle ages. Relics were big thing. And relics. We simply mean that somebody would say this is the finger bone from Saint Thomas, or this is this is something this is a tooth from Saint Jerome. And these things were were very highly regarded as this these are these are the this is the body of the mortal remains of one of the holy saints. And so so the problem, of course, is that any time something like this excites people there is corruption and fraud. And so people would traffic in relics, and it seems like every time you turn around somebody and say, this is a piece of the true cross. And you'd say, well, if I think Erasmus who was a very faithful Catholic, of course. But he said that if all of the pieces of the true shirt to cross had were assembled. I don't remember the joke. But he he basically said that the size of Noah's ark or. Freighter or resale something like when is that that there was a lot of this abuse? But people loved relics, and Frederick the wise who is a very prominent figure in the book because he's the one that really protects Luther from death. It really does. He's part of the part of the big stories. This incredible man named Frederick the wise, but Frederick the wise was a notorious collector relics, and he had a collection invitation Berg that eventually included nineteen thousand objects. And I list some of them in the book because I find them so entertaining. Yeah. We'll we'll we'll get into that. But. Okay. So you were mentioning one of them one of us has to do with Saint John. Now, we know that John the apostle is most where he writes revelation, and he lived to be a a great age. But at some point, it was said that that tradition tells us that he went to Rome, and that the emperor Diocletian wanted to humiliate him and cut off all his hair, which was a way that you would humiliate a man whose hair was long. Holy man. And for some reason that was what they wanted to do to John. So they get away. Okay. So here, and I'm going to read this from the book. So what happened if any of the pilgrims to Rome doubted, this behold here, we're the very scissors. That snip snap snap had done the fable, Barbara. So they had the scissors. But here here where the very scissors snip snap snip. That's right. That's. Fabled.
"ericsson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Borgen project is tuning this around we, need your help to learn more, go to Bergen project, dot org It's b o r g e n project Don orange recently I spent time with a group of young people who were hearing impaired and deaf Johnny Ericsson Totta, and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out, to people who are deaf first talk directly to, the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second if a deaf person speaks and you don't. Understand, don't pretend that you know what he. Said instead ask him to repeat his statement or write it down third be careful. Not to cover your face. Many deaf friends rely partially on lip. Reading in order to understand what you're. Saying also don't talk too fast Be. Patient, even if it takes a while to. Converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheelchairs. And that can be embarrassing But most importantly don't back away. Don't be, shy these. Are just some deaf etiquette tips for you and there's more at disabilitycampaign dot org Harry was in my business, suit all dressed up just uptight is I could, possibly be and I don't remember. Much of what. Was said at that first day meeting there's more, of the feeling of the meeting itself That's what has kept me going I know it works and I see the people ahead of me with. More sobriety I see how happy. They are and I want that. I want that to and what I. Notice about a is it sort of helps me to relax and learn to. Really be happy with my. Sobriety it's a richer life to live that's exactly what alcohol anonymous. Does it teaches..
"ericsson" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hundred WSB talk the amazing thing was I wasn't jet-lagged it. All flying over there because my schedule is. So, whacked oh sure. It. It. Was like I landed on like Ray you go. Let's go We're gonna. Sleep my come on let's go in Japan how. Long is the. Flight from l. a.. It's ten hours okay that's a terrorist up now and and for the delta which they've like the. Of this prop. Pod where you can you know it's like a bad. Lay down Out yeah it was the only way to go of course the. Only, way to go but Ericsson and get on standby, no I didn't Ericsson standby thing. We're going to do this so real. Quick a, couple of the highlights as, far as tourist because I was basically a tourist there went to this mountain. And Keough, where the the monkeys live oh I got to feed the. Monkeys which was awesome but the hike up, the mountain I thought it was going. To die I mean it was just, standing around I'm sweating, this even my even my who's in shape and, dances and all. I mean it was a struggle to, get, up and I'm watching? Television it was just the okay and the allegation and it was. A hundred degrees, out so we're at. Halfway up the mountain and there's the this this father and. Son. Walking down and they were they were white so I just like I was like hey is this worth it and, apparently there, are French the dad and understand And the kid goes I guess So I'm? Like what am I gonna do but we got the top. Of the mountain fed, these monkeys You can, for one hundred yen for a buck you can buy a. Bag of apple slices. Or bag of. Peanuts and you give me a. Little monkeys and they eat it it. Was. Pretty crazy. I did. That and then I, had some dear I wanna talk, to, you about that nice I don't I don't I'm not a, hunter but after feeding beer? By hand yeah I don't know if I could shoot him It was good. Yeah it was pretty feed county juvenile moron my. Thank you for indulging me by the. Way. My Japan. Vacation recap..
"ericsson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"In jim jonas jessica heilmann cara gravelly stack and john ericsson are your top four but a possible recount is in the works there as john ericsson as here's why you don't call these things before final numbers summer christianson was in fourth place with all the precincts reporting but once the absentee and early ballots were counted john ericsson leapfrogs were into fourth place and but there may be a recount there because it's within the margin of error those are the key races were waiting to update final numbers will do this cass county sheriff jesse johner seventy one percent to mike suras twenty nine percent are let's go to the wc newsline tony gary fargo city commissioner is with us and we can still call him fargo city commissioner tony gary tony congratulations on the wind thank you for taking some time here late on this tuesday night with us you bet thank you so how does it feel you know it's i think it's more gratifying to win the second time around been the first time when you initially ron initially get elected you're making promises interesting here's what i will do and when you're running as an incumbent you're saying he's done do you like what i've done in do you like what i wanna do is get your and while i didn't get sixty votes or anything like that the majority of folks or the highest percentage folks said yes you're you've done what you said you're you're gonna do we like what you said and we want you back and that's important and just to be really clear about this to this was probably and there's no way to quantify it but this was the most qualified field that could be imaginable you had five incumbents who have been commissioners in the past you had a state senator for eighteen or twenty or something years running with great name recognition and you had a local teachers and things like that as well and you know that's the only thing you need to beat not so effort what i thought to the passport for fargo was the people responded in that is gratifying and i'm glad i'm glad to go back to work so you're top vote getter out of that strong field as you say how big of a part do you think your position on special assessments played in that in that win.
"ericsson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Spirit hi i'm john ericsson totta with a poem to bless your heart johny and friends and thanks so much for spending these few minutes with me the other day i was looking through my files and i came across a thick folder filled with old poems and it was like finding a treasure trove of things pressures and long ago collected most of the poems i've forgotten about so i took a moment to leave through them and each one seemed to be connected to some special memory from my past and as i read through them one by one i noticed something curious i have tended to collect poetry that well how do i say this poetry that instills courage not so much the syrupy sentimental poems that are sweeten a jack i did find a few of those but most of them were man sized poems poetry that lifts the heart and breeds bravery and valor and daring into your soul poems that pull your vision into grander more glorious heights with words that make it live life onward and upward like for instance this one called facing forward by henry van dyke it goes let me but live from year to year with forward face an on reluctant soul not hastening to more turning from the goal not morning for the things that disappear in the den pass north holding back in fear from what the future veils but with a whole unhappy heart that pays its toll to youth and age and travels on with cheer so let the way wind up the hill down though rough or smooth the journey will be joy still seeking what i sought when but a boy new friendship high adventure anna crown i shall grow old but never lose life's zest because the roads last turn will be.
"ericsson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Hi i'm john ericsson totta with a painful lesson welcome to johnny and friends we're not all the lessons i share painful but when i think of how i this one it was hard alright it was painful but it was also a little funny you see years ago after i got out of the hospital i lived with my sister jay and beautiful farm house out in the rolling hills maryland part of that house was an old log cabin whose would dated back to the eighteen hundreds it had been ages since those timbers and air farmhouse have been treated against bugs and because all these big old logs in our farmhouse were holding up our floors and walls we've really had to watch out for termites now the first year or two we did not pay much attention to termites we spotted a few and we considered calling an exterminator but then decided to compromise and use a can of bug spray we paid for it the following year i mean the termites came back and brought all their second cousins i will never forget sitting in the living room one spring morning looking up and there before me is the swarm of termites flying around the wood frame of our windows i shrieked i yelled for my sister jada quick bring the bug spray but that was like fighting a war with a pea shooter oh sure we killed some but then out would come crawling the second battalion bugs so we wasted no time i mean digging deep into our pockets we dialed the exterminator and the painful lesson we learned compromise and little things will inevitably lead to a greater downfall it's what song of songs chapter two verse fifteen is all about it says catch us the foxes the little foxes that spoil the vines for our vines have tender grapes that's the bible's way of telling us to be on the alert be on the lookout for those little thoughts little actions that can demolish and destroy maybe not in a big way at first but those little thoughts and actions are like little foxes little little critters that sneak in unprotected and robbed the smallest but most tender grapes on the vine sure we are usually careful to be on guard against the big fox's you know the big sins in our lives but it.
"ericsson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Hi i'm john ericsson toddler with a powerful story about peace let me tell you a strange but wonderful event that occurred during the franco prussian war back in eighteen seventy it was christmas eve and french and german soldiers faced each other in opposite trenches while a light snow covered the battlefield a young frenchman leaped out of his trench and began singing a french christmas carol the germans were all struck and they laid aside their weapons in momentary just believe then a young german soldier climbed out of his trench and sang a german christmas carol and a strange serenity fell over the battlefield that afternoon for not a shot was fired for the rest of that day a common general peace prevailed over the scene the bloody franco prussian war just for a day had stopped it was a truce of sorts why well on that day the heralding of a greater peace treaty rang across the battlefield the war between heaven and earth god and man had ended with the birth of jesus christ as it says in the book of a fijian's no longer was there emnity between god and man the wall of hostility had crumbled and the beautiful thing was this it wasn't just for a day this war wasn't simply suspended when christ entered history he did not come waving a white flag no no when the angels sang peace on earth they were happily announcing an armistice this was v day christ our prince of peace was god's way of announcing the close to a heart wrenching war a war of.
"ericsson" Discussed on WTRH
"That some people have but you know chartered sexual abuse and and i can trace how at times thin i i would respond as though i had no choice as an adult of with with other situation since an and ericsson i do the handphone okay sweetheart i i believe that and i understand it but it's because we weren't empowered to say no and so then you grow into adulthood and people are difficult toward you and you don't know how to say no because you were taught to say no when you're supposed to obey your elders both you know all these things that you here so a the thought that i have um there are multiple things that that health uh first is realizing that was then this is now say that after me that was then them this is now the now that powerless situation that was then this is now say it again fowlerstan but for now and the bible says when i was a child are reasons like a child this is first corinthians thirteen eleven when i was a child are reasons like a child now that i'm an adult you're twenty six years old you told me that given now think about a 26yearold will be very different in response in contrast to a year old or a 16yearold the brain does not fully develop an and and we keep growing but until aged 25 so i want you to realize you've got a full brain at work now were you didn't have for newer much hunger upgrade our i can tell okay yes and you could say no two people and we're not talking about just sexual abuse were talking about even saying no roof people that are angry who were harsh who are in and we can it gives the ability to walk away or to say this is not the best relationship for me and and not be talked into something see that's part of that oh you're going there j r r to cut you off but other now but if we were going to take that russian that i was gonna talk about um i.
"ericsson" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Glass nice of them down the front world are we scary one man when i was playing i'd see upon go over those scared what was going to happen do it if they're paying attention then yes uh because i know what it feels like to get hit by one of the who don't have any pads on earth sometimes even when you do because you're eriksson working the left board route abor to that point shot deflected wide of macarena on the left hayward were nashville puffy has taken michael dolan slipped across that calm comes out with it gives to forsberg coming in a left wing forsberg credit put it beyond that enough with ramelan has vancouver to center ice for ericsson ericsson across the national alliance goal go over the air to movie a penalty call here and the stop was made by arena so holding will be the call luca knocked down three nothing will go on the power blood now irwin's coming back and he's doing whatever you can stop a scoring chance of go olding so erwin called for the hold 424 nice play by ericsson a pass it off and then go tuesday figoled golden he's going through the middle matt irwin i i think he probably wanna take even more the penalty if he could uh in the end it didn't really looked like it was much of a penalty converts in gaza shot off think he would like to think that right away if you've got to take a penalty take a good one so this powerplay as the sedan's with burmese dravo ron hitler and bully opt back pop up louis eriksson's hair while it it is all out all the way around his home in his impressive the dow is the day right side into the middle has chip pie proper van there was henricks of the now henrik should.
"ericsson" Discussed on X96
"Ericsson family seventy two thousand box oh bear so there is a big battle going on right now over who will lead the federal government's top consumer financial watchdog agency and the battle will go to court this flight which in testified on intensified on sunday night adds to the uncertainty over the fate of the consumer financial protection bureau now the consumer financial protection bureau was established a with elizabeth warren kind of helming it in the barack obama administration fairly new to protect the public spin thereabouts six seven years to protect the public in light of all of the financial misdeeds that led to the big the economic collapse we had and up elizabeth warren formulated the policies which i am the format of the consumer financial protection bureau and barack obama's intention was to nominate her or to have her be the in charge of it but the republicans would we doors we don't now this is before she was a senator we don't want that egg had harvard professors a liberal his thing so they came within other choice to head it but it's been a successful um bure it's been a successful group it's done what it's supposed to end and therein lies the problem yet it has it has clamped down on big corporations yeah and financial institutions and it is no republican made them accountable yeah made the.
"ericsson" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"So you also said you know at the beginning that this is both a phone for gamers and a gaming phone and you know we've seen companies of the years starting all the way back in 2011 with sony ericsson in the experience play a rare wave of full that we will talk about the invidia engage surely while sore but i mean with android era the engage was an interesting experiment and so was the experience rates the earth's play to be honest um and in this year motorola released a ma that allows you to put your z phone or motives he phone in ah of gaining modern actually play these games but razors is clearly moving this needle forward and trying to optimize games to run really well on this hi refresh rates screenwriter's it's not just a here's a really powerful foam and you know you find the titles that work best for you know so the the working are a few titles preloaded um they said i think that they went twenty percent oldest work because the way the code of their off some games that are the i'll coded to stick it fertilised f epi astle's dickins sixty um so that going out brace obviously as a transit gaming they they have the clout to go to publish at the site look we have this great phone maybe maybe and cap your frame rate please um so there's that the other side of the is like yeah we talk about the expiry of play was up what you engage every phone as tried to be a gaming thought is basically failed very quickly so the idea is okay tickets at.