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Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?
"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.
"erika weber" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Just you know. The plugged him from alcohol for the most part and he got sober in jail. It speaks about why he show on here. Too and just again. I think it's a good book because it every time you think you just about gates. He's left solidity Erika Weber Tout. He up again like it just continue goes until the very end when he finally gets it together and makes a change but I think the fact that the record industry gave him so many chances speaks to the character that he has the character of demand. I think for the most part. I think most people could tell that he's a good dude. Because I think that's something I've learned. I've learned especially from comedian comedy. Podcast about Hollywood industry. Wanting you is here though is that you know anytime you cited wondering where Acta is a simple form send into tena. If you'll wonder what I haven't seen in a while is usually because number one. They probably got lost in the source. right in addition and secondly is down to the fact that in an industry people just think they're painting. Jasa deal initially you to stuff their bills only because much like sports. This was compatible people waiting to take your place right ready and willing to work hard to hustle to buff their associates. If you're the kind of beaver on say you're only twenty one. Don't have many credits. Your name. A problem one really famous for doing seventeen yukon wrestling novels. You have to issued if you piss somebody off. They're just GONNA get away. Get next. President is not a headache to deal with so I think even a About a police source time I think deep down a lot of people industry. Kinda liked him. They had a big part to play in super plugged in Atlanta. Seen a would wanted to give him a chance because the talent was obviously dead and the work ethic was to you just got nothing the source as he of again. I think it's a great question. Tell is against not too fluffy and it tells the story of somebody who I kind of. Consider to be a mainstay industry. Some kind of flown the flag for collaborate.
"erika weber" Discussed on Chips with Everything
"The switch finally being widely available in shops is going to switch everybody even more people saying her in public transport because it's just a beautiful little games console. And I think the apple watch is finally justified its existence with the new version came up this year. Let's say great about the new apple it is largest green on a smaller frame. It has. A longer battery. Life has a much prettiest green, and it has this EC monitor which is kind of a I in Cosima hardware as someone who has had a history of hall conditions. It's quite nice to potentially be able to more regular impassively, monitor the health, my heart in a way, I could get to my doctor. Plus if I trip and fall, it could call nine nine nine really for me. I think one of the greatest texture is come up to eighteen. I will remember is the MAs insight landing. So the land that we landed on Mars, and I got to go and watch it land with some of the scientists he'd worked on the tech. And just it's just incredible. What we can do. Now, we can land this incredibly sensitive instruments on a planet. Hundreds thousands, however, many miles away it is, you know, clown using advanced plus years in advance and what happened with an eight minute delay. It's just incredible don't even know whether it's London when you start watching it descend that still gives me chills. Anyway, that's it. That is final show you for twenty eighteen Alex. Thank you so much for helping me to relive it in all of. The last time to relive frontier. Let's bright two out of the history books. Forever. The way it went straight from toward action twenty seventeen shall we? Just skip from twenty ten to twenty twenty just lose the whole of the last good year. That's a we don't want to go down a huge, thanks to all of our contributors this year who helped us explain what the heck was going on with tech. And of course, a huge, thanks to you listeners who tuned in and kept me here in the studio. We will be back in two thousand nineteen which is next week. Anyone checking the calendar? I hope you enjoy the celebrations wherever you are. I'm Jordan Erika Weber. Thanks as always for listening. Put costs from the guardian. Just go to the guardian dot com slash. Coasts?
"erika weber" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly
"Welcome back to science with everything. I'm Greg Jackson. And I'm Jordan Erika Weber. Jordan before the break talked about how parents inadvertently teach us that. It's okay to lie kids. And as we grow up, I'll deceptive abilities become more refined. But our ability to detect lies doesn't really improve with age poll, set our chances aunt much better than flipping a coin it so hard for humans to tell whether or not someone is telling the truth. I wonder whether a machine could do it better. At the start of the show. We mentioned that soon. The e you will be trialing an artificially intelligent machine is designed to see if those passing through border control allying, not and it's called I border control. Hello, keenly Crockett. Can you hear me? Hi, kelly. We can hear you loud and clear. How are you? Oh, I know about thank you. It's good to speak to you. Too key corporate is a reader in computational intelligence at Manchester metropolitan university. She's also a researcher on the board of control protect whereabouts. We talking to you from Kelly, and you're talking to me in the school of computing, amass at Manchester metropolitan university starting at the end of this month, the pilot will run for six months at four crossings in Greece, Hungary, and Latvia, which all have borders with countries outside of the EU. The pilot technology includes virtual Boorda gods that can interact with the traveller in Hungarian English and Russian. I'm struggling to imagine what it might be like if I was going through a border control like this. I know you have some sort of application today beforehand. But what's it like when you go through June? No, I will let Keady explain step one travelers in the comfort of their own homes. Will register online system that will relevant information about themselves in that trip. And then each trip that that passenger goes on is actually registered if we consider as it being self deployed through the pre registration phase it may. And I'm going to stress the word may here be able to evaluate travelers cannot be valuated deterministic by other methods. So therefore, it may prove to be a key enabler in identifying subjects that Boorda. God's should pay special attention to join the actual crossing step to so join the Preregister ration- step an avatar Boorda. God will ask the traveler series of questions about that trip. What it does it because a deception risk or for each question? And then for the overall interview the attack currently has been implemented in both male and female genders in English Hungarian. Russian step three wants to interview and everything is completed at pre registration that will receive a QR codes that device for the trip though gonna take Steph for the border crossing stage..
"erika weber" Discussed on Chips with Everything
"Founded by earnestly recently published what he calls the Magna Carta for the web contradicts about different parties coming together from different angles a calls on governments companies and individuals like you and me to back this contract and by doing so promised protect the rights of people on the internet and help to create a better web. We've got various principles which we feel. It's an ambitious goal. But if successful burners Lee believes it will help. The people hold the powerful that is governments and big tech to account which he believes is something we urgently need, and he's not the only one. At the end of Tober 2018, thousands of internet lovers and probably a few skeptics descended on London for the annual Mozilla festival almost fest. There were all additions games and panel discussions all aiming to generate ideas for a healthier internet. But is this achievable can we really convince those in control of strict regimes to allow their citizens freedom of the internet. I don't think any government or any political sphere would want to limit their citizens access to information if they had nothing to hide, and I think there are some things that the government would like to hide, and I think the most pressing thing right now is related to corruption money and Konami. And even if we succeeded even if every government and tech firm jumped on board and made it their mission to save the online world, can we ever convince those who have become disillusioned with the internet to trust it again. How do we teach everyone online to understand how they can use the internet and how it can use them this such a wealth of data just about you out? There are ready. And if you hear every few months about scandal that data has been hacked, I feel like it really discouraged you to even care about this topic. I'm Jordan Erika Weber and this week. We look at how to start this web revolution. This is tips with everything. Today, the US is unleashing a series of punitive measures on Iran hitting its financial sector. And of course, it's oil exports is Iran is suffering right now, a new set of sanctions imposed by the Trump administration earlier this week looks set to make that already dire economic situation even worse. So I was actually born in Canada to Iranian parents. But I grew up going back and forth between Iran Belgium, Taiwan and Canada, Masa ulema Donny is an internet researcher at Oxford internet institute, focusing on freedom of expression and access information online in Iran. She'll say works with the British human rights organization article nineteen she was at most best to speak on a panel about data in oppressive regimes I work with my name. And I'm pretty public about the things that I do. And so I'm I don't hold back and being. In critical of Iran and its policies in laws. And I think that means I've limited my ability to actually go back to your own see my family because I've made that choice because that space for freedom of expression, doesn't really exist there. My producer Danielle recently sat down with Masa in our London studio, though, she has chosen not to go back to a Ron due in part to a string of security threats. We were interested to hear more about what life is like there. Well life is pretty ordinary. If you aren't engaging in political activism, and you're not really coming up against the difference rights issues that exists there. But in terms of communication, the things I've always noticed when I had gone back to your on which I have now stopped doing for security reasons is finding the best VPN in finding the best circumvention tool. That's trending in finding ways a sneaky ways to get them. Because obviously the app store for iphone. Is blocked. And so always these challenges on hurdles to finding access to a open internet. These days when citizens want to protest they turned to the internet and social media to organize. In iran. It isn't that easy access to the internet is strictly regimented. And.
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"erika weber" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"We create in work at where our universe sits inside the why the forty universe. It sounds almost like it's difficult to locate something in a fictional universal k. universe as is to have begun the immersion res on the field at the same time as the the great sword wielders. Of the Swiss cantons that their interest outlines on their history is as complex as a fiction west, right? It is. Yeah, because when we're doing research for historical game, there's an enormous amount of background research done and the guys doing it usually have a lot of knowledge on board from their years of being interested in the subject matter. Even with an IP like this, which is science fiction, like you say, there's a huge backstory and a huge amount of reference material. And one of the most complex parts of it is actually games workshop, their official lors involved over time. And so sometimes when we're doing research will come up with an idea or a unit or some kind of feature and will build the story or something around it. And then we'll presented the games workshop and say, we'd like to do this because we found here, it tells you how it works, but then say, unfortunately, in version like seventh additional eight addition that unit no longer exists or the doors now changed. And so. Sometimes it can be an interesting problem trying to work out what the current official version of the lorries isn't. Absolutely everything in the game has to get approved by games workshop. They have a really good licensing team who we work with very closely where every single unit design every every render every piece of terrain. Everything has gone through an approvals process. It's mammoth task getting all that stuff through the I shouldn't be surprised miniatures company which was on so fine dates out on such a fine scale is actually in the in the detail business all the way through its business. That's I should have expected that should not, they know their material so well. So you'll go to them with a, we'd like to do this unit here and we share the maranda. I'll say, that's fine. But you missed the rivets off the back and the gun should be three millimeters longer and is just their knowledge of their lower is incredible. They're huge fans of their own stuff that was going to. My mind then I suppose in a way it kinda way Dan, they've actually been quite sensible as created in keeping very tight rein on what he said about the forty k universe throughout history actually. And they've, they've developed, they've stuff has fallen out sisters, no longer canon. If you look at the the death, the death of the emperor Dessus sanguinis in the kind of Horus heresy area. There's confusion over who the soldiers who who, who dies. I before sanguinis is before the emperor fights whores and kills him as a little bit of confusion. Hello? Hello, can you hear me? I can. You just said the empress dead. Dozen die. Hobart, horror ties what we say. Saying. Before the emperor does. She say, well, you could argue corpse and anyway, I'll get get lots of forty controlling ago. Yeah, there's a, there's a little little details in the backstory, but they have tended to address them and it made them part of the that you may in the universe, the people on certain about what happened in that moment, show way of doing it and saying this stuff is definite. Like at the moment, we don't know for certain the old ones were full Macron's back in the midst of time and kind of trade raises of the universe. Maybe they treated the race Idan. Maybe they will like the slammed from the fantasy universe. They made it a bit more vague and meant they've had multiple nations in there which people in the universe can have, which is like our universes. Instead people most less nations for the creation of the universe. No, I want agreed on everything. You write a book about philosophy and Watson can continue philosophy with Joan Erika Weber which is very tiny read, and some people would say, well, one is a manage writing about kinds writing about one forty k. but you kind of made your case there have the the fictionalization of the forty k universe and the way that we. Memorialize history or fictionalized history of you wanna think about it. They're not dissimilar processes are there, I guess if you ask if loss for the justify, something probably can't. So you asked me to justify my involvement in this game..
"erika weber" Discussed on Chips with Everything
"Welcome back to chips with everything i'm jordan erika weber if you're like me and my producer you've heard the phrase fake news bandied about so much by politicians and media outlets that's begun to lose its meaning some argue that the public has become apathetic to the problem of fake news a kind of learned helplessness where we feel like we can't do anything about it so we just don't try but researchers want to help in whatever way they can is sway lou on social professor at concise department at the college of engineering and the plies at university at albany state university of new york my see way and his colleagues ming ching chang unusually recently developed a method of detecting fake videos well early this year the emergence of this deep fake called my attention actually had called a lot of attention from the media part of the because does the way this can fake wheels can be generated so easily with this software you know people have seen some malicious use of this software for generating pornographic videos or actually making potentially making videos will altering people's view certain events i'm sort of foreseeing a large social impact of this line of technology so as always we do as a researchers in digital media friends where we want to do is warm of first line of defense here so dow's when i started thinking about if there is i need tactics that we can use to tact of your husband generated using this software so these scientists have begun to notice fake videos popping up on youtube but how exactly did they go about figuring out how to expose them so what we do is after you know only we collected a lot of the defame generates the wheels on youtube will also generate we don't we got a copy of the software ourselves with play was the software we also augmented a little bit so we have ability of generating fake deep fate wheels ourselves one day after also looking at video i always get a feeding that some part of the wheel is not right and then at that moment i revise all faces synthesized by the software they simply do not blink and that's not moral and then we realized that there is a fundamental reason that is because all this fake wheels are generally by a deeply learning hours them so the beat the deep learning hours using similar things so what they did is they actually find faces say your target faces person hey you give this autism many many images person a possibly you know meetings of and then the hours will starting to learn what looks like person now typically we got images from internet and we got the image of person a on internet and possibly this person or somebody posing his images on internet only say lack those good images and the images typically ms images with no is close so we will have an algorithm that can keep tacking up linking i in the video and then whenever we see a wheel that is do not blink as much as we expected then w maybe a fake one.
"erika weber" Discussed on Chips with Everything
"Panic. Said, the fear of losing are apps might be greater than the trouble. It would cause if it actually happened. But what if we decided we didn't need apps anymore? Where would that leave out? Creators like Honda. For me, it's far-fetched to go without my song forever, just as there's so many things that I wanted to do in life that require connectivity. And the modern tools of technology. I have to figure out a way to work with them rather than totally reject. So I think it's unlikely we're all gonna throw our phones in the river. Uh, unless of course we don't figure out a way to make them work for us and they become so unbearable that, you know, we all do something radical and have a totally different vision of the future than the one currently have. My thanks this week to hyun's about equal and Tanya get in. You can find a link to both. We Croke and Tanya could inspect off your digital detox for a better life. In the description for this episode on the Guardian website. I also want to hear from you if you have any questions or feedback on the show, And if you have any ideas for cool digital stories that we should cover in future episodes. Email us at all cost at the Guardian dot com. I'm Jordan Erika Weber. See you next time. The more great podcast from the guardian Just go to The Guardian dot com slash put costs.
"erika weber" Discussed on Chips with Everything
"The guardian it's becoming increasingly clear that the internet is dominated by a few key rich and powerful players to the detriment of our privacy a concept of trust and even optima chrissy these corporations are not politically neutral they have needs when i spoke with arab schmitz and he told me you know every day i wake up and i fight regulation it's what i do it's my job so they are not a political as melvin crass briggs says technology neither good nor bad nor is it neutral it's who owns and crew trolls this technology that's what will determine whether we live in a feudal system inner a future wore a democratic system content in our system we don't check what people say before they say it and frankly i don't think society should want us to freedom means you don't have to ask for permission first and that by default you can say what you want and view break our community standards are you break the law that are going to face consequences afterwards he i'm jordan erika weber and in this series we're looking at internet enabled distributor and how even technology designed to do good can end up causing harm in the first episode we talked about the threat to privacy posed by the business models of companies who harvest odd data so that they and others can use it to make money we don't seared we can control it then we explored the changing face of trust how the sharing economy has led us to trust individuals instead of institutions and how the opaque algorithms that determine who we can trust could be used against us first undermining frosted flakes orange nothing and then returned to democracy learning how data companies can provide those who wish to sway elections and referendums with the ability to target individual voters in the privacy of their facebook the common thread in these discussions is rich and powerful people companies and even governments harvesting information from us and using opaque algorithms to allow them to make decisions about us predict our behavior and microtarget us with adverts for goods and services or even political ideologies for this final episode we're going to explore what ordinary citizens can do to take back control we don't have to go for good perfect solution of decentralised rian open interoperable solutions we need to.
"erika weber" Discussed on Chips with Everything
"The guardian trust is a tricky concept when we trust someone all some thing it means behold a belief in their reliability you will die rely every day on services provided by huge and powerful institutions but do we trust them and if not that and how the sat changed now that we live so much of our lives online destroyed trust undermining trust to expose nothing as little episode can immediately seat belts mistrust and linked to a different relationship i'm jordan erika weber and in this series we're looking at internet enabled disturbed pia and how even technology designed to do good can end up causing harm almost three and a half billion people already use the internet and some five hundred new users are added every minute but even as we flocked to this technology and all that it gives us access to there are growing concerns about how our online lives can be open to scrutiny and even attacked in this show we consider the changing face of trust looking at how and why we are losing out trust in institutions and who we can trust instead so i think we are the style of one of the biggest trust shifts in the history of humankind rachel box man is an experts entrusted a lot of pain that was seeing in the world can be understood if we think of trust shifting from institutions to individuals berth for many many reasons a lot of us are losing trust in institutions short right now breaking news here stocks all around the world are taking releasing trust in corporations that harvest a data so they can use it to make money and in banks whose failures caused financial crises how jittery the nurse musty a wall street for that opened with certainly losing trust in politicians as seems clear in the recent election of a man who regularly said that it wasn't one b i am with you i will fight for you and i will win for you.
"erika weber" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The program eight feet happy new year seem to you my friend great show i think what fox is forgotten there as does he lost the war to us a while back and we could it took over his whole country but we were nice enough to stop at the rio grande day and natural allies all the mexican citizens above the bureau guerande so you got a pretty good deal i visit could have been a lot worse and i'm sure if it was she was on the other foot he wouldn't have been a quite so kind towards us no question about his southern border to lee and you know what they do do you know what they do to people that they catch coming in sneaking into the border it's certainly not give them a driver's license a social security card and welfare benefits no they put them in something called the thing that is a cave that is a crap hole in itself a mexican prison awful we shouldn't thing you know i apparently the haitians don't think that much of the country either aziz that flooding into nicaragua all the time which is right next door and but it's a much better the country it has more industry is more uh health care then the the haitians and sell apparently the nation's don't care that much for their country and uh the clintons ripped off and it clinton hillary as a lotta nerve come out with that state namely hilly she's taken hundreds of billions of dollars on the earthquake relief let's like like exposed 3 million of it goes to chelsea wedding that bill clinton adamantly denies this morning on twitter the erika weber obama when he called the midwestern voters uh clinging to their guns and religion land typically towards others didn't see the media get their their uh panties than a not over that one they do and he said publicly and donald trump is in fact he said this which i believe he did not but if he did this is a private needing or you can tell me that senators and congressmen and presidents of the united states don't use certain language at times the history of this country peru's and by the.
"erika weber" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Going to say that i've noticed is i cannot recall maybe y'all can correct me i cannot recall ruined more doing a single campaign event in jefferson county now he only did it and uh i guess i did he ever the erika weber really or even the only event i ever saw from birmingham was when they did that emergency press conference standing in for that white honda evermore cut that out by that ever emergency press conference in front of algom is not a campaign event in your pocket around even they're right in your you're talking about jefferson county alabama those populist county in the in the state you're talking about birmingham representing i think i've heard roughly a quarter of the population without the eu yup if you lose birmingham as much as he lost birmingham you're gonna lose the state it was a perfect storm for democrats personally i'm looking forward to 2020 'cause we going to have senator doug jones and 2020 oh it's just not going to happen alitalia not turn and blue enjoy it why you have it this will be the last ever while i'm not gonna say last this with you have but the last uh they'll has ever mccracken senator the we ever allow the way um it's super fifteen the rome were still not concede the election and he lost by twenty thousand seven hundred fifteen vote well oh he's ever been uh and it is the law that if he ever is he going to concede this election anything as he ever as it is going to conflate i i heard on hurt for the sake you to say i hope that it does it you know the the voters have spoken to that on twenty although the counterfeiters the voters have spoken can we move on and go to the next thing there are some real problems in the state right now you're some real problems that need to be addressed there are real problems with the dell latitude zenon bialokur as auburn football's offensive line that we have some problems in the state that.
"erika weber" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Was the number on a fifty four of the sanctuary state legislation the doesn't mention sanctuary state i'm sure if she goes the his website she will find information there because he mentioned it on the program the twotimes he's been on with us john your next i think really you know getting on know you shoulder on you know for the most part i was also topics but today right now it's going to have to um and have to uh uh tune into you a little bit here you you put the whole the whole so he's boost these are gonna come here to claim should um okay the program for is a brother a legal at the end of your how did you know why personal where you just say a column of police say what was the biggest that was legal and people yeah he was deal with them huge amend put you can't make that comparison if he were if he were anglo because if he were a citizen none of the sanctuary cities tough would come into play we wouldn't be having the the the conversation it would be a and apples and oranges situation but go on with your point maybe i can try to understand one case happen what if you just saying what if we did he just wants to see us when you can call huawei really i klein with with legal i i totally you're right up in the people i've only just with us micropone gray people in obvious case your people they really because they're hope days i'm bill sanctuary cities and in legal or illegal worse unfortunately it wasn't a legal but how do we know why person like a case on people thought it would well you you save has happened in washington dc the dc because it's not a sanctuary city it is a sanctuary city so i don't understand your point there either by erika weber got to revert of the poll yeah here rate those are really a fine he'll i think so hooper's no eight um however they can divert case although you rick legal a big deal it is a big deal overall but in the legal we what's the problem but i'm what it was jerry is that what they're gonna do for.
"erika weber" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"For a lot of yvonne lines history to be documented and if it wasn't documented well at this point it probably never was going to be able to be documented again because one of the things that you realise when you start digging into the old history of the internet things that are more than land ten years old say is that the the information starts to degrade really really quickly and you know linksstyle out or wikki is go down or forums go down or some some file that was hosted somewhere is no longer hosted there and the information begins to degrade really really quickly you can almost see the history disappearing before your eyes as it as a sort of feeds into the background of the past on the internet i did have a sense that this book was probably going to be the last chance for yvan lines history to be properly documented by somebody who really cared about getting it right and who actually had an amount of information plentiful enough to actually to actually get a right and a very fascinating this is too highly recommend if people won't find it what are they search for their lacomb iteens what do they look for you know thought i'd tunes other name of the show is empires aviv the history lectures and he's who's on samcloud for those people on me who apple phobic is that right king has correct good will seek wherever you came because he is a very good listen one of the things that andrew does bring up is the fact that what happens our yanni navies two philosophies compete there's a philosophy about open spiciness false we back controlling spice jordan erika weber and dan griliopoulos have also been looking at philosophies and games and i spoke to them.
"erika weber" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Make it more than five zinc credible that people is running this much money just the right dose right so don't united's book i've got off with your friends why dominant dinosaur russia hey can't think of anything so interest rate josh hang on that by the way people you guys are hungry out there we have three people out in the studio space just as many as straight up mandalay may still be right because they're hungry out there you can order more pizza india fuck everything up i love you your helpful precinct you look everything up michigan's ronna pizzas war with rural i was the only one for all your humid start what was the other one it was just go through friends in touch josh josh josh aaa ordered the most creative person i'm i'm showing a awesome fix partly thanks for ordering this joint cheese he the nobody's going to heat kidding i'm like those guys affects nice chunk next john dancer hammered him by of when i get allowed that you out of what happened your justin i remember before you had a tv show you didn't look a gift pizza and the mouth now i'm a little spoiled gifts now kardashian guys look i love this pizza i love you guys i love all elopuro nearly what did you right on his neck what is by wait there's another one permits watch showed show the camera showed the camera what he wrote women it's hard to read because like did you write both of them are imaginable so where do we have worked turn it's some golf with your friends golf with your friends and then josh josh a above the the ice i must cart until hillary options dan when you get back to the pier limitless know who did that so we can klatt for them josh shaded josh a i clearly josh josh josh josh josh josh are ranked the forget about it too much forgive her dominance you've got to be a thousand rhode islanders but yeah i said off with friends is dominant dinosaur dom in asia at that or more kelley we have a dalit erika weber talbott forgive adopted.
"erika weber" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of rising back to your comment yes to gino tan did you know the song that came in there a half of the show you have erika weber the king a dream rider no napping tony she didn't even know him zilina 'camorra from the wwe mind i didn't totally now the group was one of the greatest entered music's in the last five years the european have you been watching your wwe are you up to date on what's going on i'm still a little behind okay i need to catch up on the latest monday night on but why i wanted to say sorry really disappoint me i'm like i'm on point guy i go home on monday nights and i watch this thing at like 930 and i watched the whole thing at three hours and then i'll go to sleep it's ridiculous how to ross last thirty five days or so okay i ha had to dive back into my dvr and really get refocus this is my focused on for a while after the show i'm going to give you my w w network passwords so you can catch up by your solid serd have the problem is i don't have internet in my pocket direct tv and they're partnered with at t universe but they don't wanna have at t verse in my location it's called cox oh my goodness really descends flyers on duty will what if i just get it like a one of those why wifi hotspots like unionized uri well that work i don't know what the quality of the strategic john if you don't have internet in your place or apartment near a dinosaur your fled fred flintstone it's ridiculous and it's disappointing because now even on my dvr i can't even rewind and watch the show suddenly beginning because i don't have internet it's all may i can't go to late on demand it's just it's just ridiculous it's hideous it's already is it's dudes this is no way maria.
"erika weber" Discussed on WJR 760
"And nationallyrecognized certified financial planner andy smith i was ready to start this particular segment then i was distracted that eddie and i had the picture of of a that we have on investingsensecom of the guy holding aside the chant yellen testifying before congress lasri you've got associated said and vesting cents dot com dude on the right low thia not happy so before the break i made a pretty bold statement and said there is a nearly guaranteed way for you to get a race beg your boss best way reuters health pictures of your boss in a uncompromising situation that's not what i start your own company that one way but no that easy on that one did what what he eats well it's easier david asking her boss so a couple of studies last week found that twenty percent of workers are missing out on more money and they're missing out by not contributing enough to receive their employers full match each to to the contribution and their 401 k i see this all the time people are leaving tons of dollars on the table in one study mean they found that you could be missing out on as much as one hundred grand in retirement a what's more lotta people are just are missing out and their only one per cent away from i am receiving the full employer match so if if this sounds like you if you're not getting an employer match semi an email askandy investingsensecom give us a call because you are leaving a ton of money on the table india we have a call here edf removal is calling and it's concerning a concentrated stock position ed thank you for calling what is your question okay i ordered ford motor company and erika weber narrow been and ford dr alert bear would have worn and walked away got a backup eighteen and out lautenberg down i'm getting freaky pershare every quarter on dividend wired to a bear compared day and all the old rule of want you and vr vr great question i i like the fact that people are longterm investors but when it comes to company's stock that's kind of a.
"erika weber" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler
"Have great intentions who would add is going to end background stake sex i just like oh shouldn't just get out of there as quickly as possible did i dunno where anything went in i just hope for the best you know what i'm saying like i never got a terrible place the great plan man is the most mom plan may like rolling dicey casino man's like sometimes you crowd out a you ever do you have a bus ninegoal mikey come might or might feel so hallways pill so fragile after our bus enough thought b one to curl up in july like please don't title like the the the ultimate uh that's pretty much never been discussed in open forum boot for the majority of meals after you bus they're not everything changes guest cia is like you every erika weber goes off it's like yeah which goes on site where allies me that was explaining like how when you you know saying might be checked now porn you get that will not often you still watching poor now you feel like a knife alike astle watching yeah you ask ourselves out the window of other luddite duties did when i hit it out of there and watch that anymore i guess emails to retire or or if you like our our if you're a phone partner sank you thought you close the window outcome come back to your phone later that she was watching when he thought it was all cool like not disolve gets tough on like me as a different person is as you should raise your kids and tell him the rub it out first if they really fill in that.