17 Burst results for "Essien"

"essien" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

04:34 min | Last month

"essien" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

"File a grievance at tribal casinos you. Might you know you might complain. But it might not go anywhere. Bob nurse essien. Who is a regular guest on gambling with an edge. He's a lawyer who represents a lot of advantage players. I'm not going to quote him exactly. But he basically says he won't touch tribal casino cases. Because you know there's an attorney. He knows he can't win. Those they pretty much have free range on what they do. You set the rules right. You know sovereign nation that kinda thing and what are the laws so again. The question is if you're just going for to have fun and go to the casino. There's no different. There's no difference. Yeah the only thing is if you want something major and there was some dispute about whether you really want it or not Or they thought you were counting up or are there. Those would be the difference. But if you're not getting into any of that you're a recreational gambler with a few hundred dollars. I don't think it man you know all right next up. Is ken marking dr mike. This is ken from south. Orange county. he was great. They finally a guy that hard. I'm gonna try to go out there. Maybe once or twice a month to about tables. We're really cold that day. But i'm sure we'll get some good runs in the future. I have etiquette and instant karma story for you guys. But i was in college. I went to this. Bowling alley had casino in the back. Nothing illegal straight up to had a security guard actually would check for. Id so underage people couldn't go in. I must've been going to that place way too much. 'cause one time me and my girlfriend walked with her. Id's ready he just looked at us and laughed and said your friends already inside so we went there a lot anyway. Why girlfriend was playing. Back was two dollars a hand. And there's another guy on the table. He was at first base. He looked like he was in his seventies and my girlfriend was in the middle and it was just the two of them. I was just watching and the toner. Gentlemen he's losing and losing and losing and my girlfriend has winnie and winning and winning and he gets fed up he gets up walks around us and six that their base so now. It's kind of like your hand switch. So now my girlfriend gets dump. I and he gets her cards essentially and i looked at the dealer and we both kind of you know like throwing her eyes and i thought that wasn't cool but you know he's an older guy so i'm not gonna make trouble or anything like that. So the daily and i guess comma was watching. 'cause a girlfriend kept winning and winning and winning and he kept losing and losing living to the point where he busted out and he walked away and as soon as he was out of sight dealer quit holiday and he started laughing and chuckling and he thought that was nice of him to do. And we'll pay for it so that girlfriend. That was actually playing. Well now. she's my wife. I'm married the girl who allow you to go to the casino. So i just want to give her a little shoutout. She's a great mom. Great wife and thank you for always bothering my love for gambling. Maybe one day she'll come out to meet you guys too. Well thanks for the show and you got cut off there. Yeah the jackpot there himself. Not only is. She wins windsor blackjack but he got to marry her to. Yeah and it was nice meeting you too. Can he had some good role zone. When we're on the table weapons those good..

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"essien" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"essien" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"But up until this point I've always compartmentalized my work life and my personal lie but it quickly became evident that in order to write the next chapter of my career. I would have to draw insights from both my personal health. Transformation journey and my background is a form of corporate wellness executive. And that's how he dumps spark was born so change is hard but sometimes a setback can set you up for comeback so I hope my story can inspire an uplift. Anybody out there who is going through a major life transition. I encourage you to keep moving your vision forward. Wow well and you need. That's Definitely inspiring congratulations number one. It's a total transformation. And you know if if you've been there and done that there's there's ways that you can teach people that do it in nets exactly what you're doing both helping high performing individuals but also companies spat that want to help their employees. Get there as well. What would you say you're most excited about today? What am I most excited about? You know I think we are in a time of tremendous chain I would use the word disruption right can feel unsettling because essentially the ground is shifting beneath us. You may hear the expression while you're having to build the plane and flying at the same time So I adopted that because a lot of the work I've done is sort of creating things that have never been done before right working at in health innovation at the cutting edge. And so when I think about all the shifts that are going right now it makes.

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"essien" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"essien" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Essien mutter. I am very entertainment. Yes. I love you. Go. Does somewhat. I could take your girlfriend. She would come up to me. And look at my thing and say, I really like. Boy that biscuit face more the fuck as. He is funny. Anyway, go on. Ooh. Do notice that men sheet me differently depending on what I'm wearing if I have on. And I don't mean differently like their show more interest. Even a matter of courtesy. Like if I'm wearing address on Hughes, and my hair's out everyone's holding the door for me. You know, I mean, it's like people just treating me with a lot more like the white glove treatment. When I throw sweatsuit was some Jordan's knit hat, which is usually me everyday is totally different. I'm not saying that men just completely ignore it. Because do still get you on the black. But for the most part dues will let the door go in my face kinda shocking. Like, I'm the same person. I just have a different fucking outfit. And I noticed that the response. Like, I said, it's not just who hollers who doesn't. But even just the what your research. Steve. Yes. The way received as a woman, it's interesting. How those dynamics play into your day to day like move being on the train and walking in and out of buildings or even who chooses to give up there seat. I was thinking about that too. As you were saying that like my mom's thinking about like, even common courtesies chivalry. That's I mean common courtesy is not even yoke amounts to you. But like getting up when you like I guarantee you for having more, quote unquote, feminine outfit on the train dues will get up quick. 'cause they'll at yo skews me miss beautiful clothes on. Right now. It's like they're like she. But she can handle. I'm one of the guys like she don't get courtesies. And I just find that interesting. It's can close its clothing. Have. You can ask you a random question. -lutely? Have you ever been on the train and seemed like a man struggling or something? And then been like, I get up for this do, and you probably have, of course, they're probably so many people that are just the have looked and seeing somebody struggling man or woman and just been like okay gone back to doing with they're doing we'll do that on a regular. And so they see somebody they're attracted to and most hood, you speak of only interact with other people that they know or people that they attract to outside of that they not really showing even like a regular decency of love or whatever in the neighborhood, which is so fucked up. Yeah. Sure. And even had an event I was invited to at the met that I was really excited about 'cause it was Microsoft and the met in rank showing how artificial intelligence and the art world's are coming together. More and more in the future house like. A great honor to be invited. And then they sent you know, a very specific dress code. And I didn't go my mom's like, he really not gonna go. I'm not because I don't know what it is about address code. That. Turns me the fuck off. I don't care what it is. I'm not going to do. You know what I mean? And so I think I don't know it just find it interesting. How even in relationships even walking down the street, something as simple as fucking pay pants. You know, each have you choose the, quote unquote present that day will really change how your day will flow. You know, what I think is interesting. What what are find most interesting about gender roles because when it comes to people having a preference to me that those waters get really gray really quickly. And I think that it is completely okay. For people to be attracted to it. They're attracted to where it gets dangerous is when you feel like you have to make a declaration of that. Or you you go out of your way to let people know like, you know, how you see certain people that only data certain type of person, and they the conversation is always surrounding issue or they wanna talk about why they don't take other people. You know what I mean? Exactly, I think that's where that gets dangerous..

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"essien" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

"We want to work with industry and with consumers and smart home owners as co managing risks associated with those products. Okay. So there is a little bit of a difference here. Historically, if you follow the rules of various physics, right? So if I want to create an outlet that safe I have to follow set rules about, you know, the amount of voltage that goes through that sort of thing. Testing and the product stays relatively the same. But when we start connecting things to the internet, it almost becomes impossible to secure it. Because things on the internet are always changing software as always going out of date. So how do you guys think about that? Because that is I mean at the core of IOT security that seems to be the biggest issue. Yes, said he extremely relevant point. Indeed meeting about your products in of themselves like your TV. That's no longer a screen where the wire it's actually a software and most of its functionality is actually not governed or manage at your TV product level, but it's managed in the cloud. So products are becoming services. It's no longer hardware and software, and then the risks narrows that you think about any fire safety risks Maria's they evolve over time, but they are more static than security miss airing. Those, you know, always both find new ways to break into your software, and that's due to the nature of the software as well. So the combination of on the one hand cynical products. They are no longer. Say they actually wore more software and suffer and the updated and his Email. And then not always managed at the product level about more centrally in environments, and then also decide which narrows will is changing. So that means that at all on how we help industry model evil from Oregon time money set go most wanted a leading the factory. That's where I stopped caring about it. You know, it has to be Manny potus food entire, and that's where you only step up as well unhealth or manufacturers, ultimately or and universe and society as well with this ongoing insurance that products are to go not just the factory as they're being used to their nothing. So that implies a continuous testing process. So something like more like an ice. Oh, kind of standard where you get approved. And then you go back and every now, and then they come in. And they certify you again or make sure that you're up-to-date. So is that something that you all has done in the past? Or does it plan to do this for the cybersecurity program or sure Alvin did that today safety? Essien writers ongoing follow up is. But I'll an audit inspections. Let me what you want all along. Want to be nimble or nothing like need. So we want to be an able to business and to maintain a quality of products in the past. We have collaborated with industry to make that happen that went beyond by being testing on their products one defection, the collaboration also safety has gone beyond that prosecutor deliberate. He's going gonna be even more. So let's talk about the broad strokes of what you guys are thinking about when you talk about IOT security. What is the program? Look like that we have done a few things in IOT dust far. You actually had a lot of experience and also strong reputation in markets that are currently regulated for security regulated..

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"essien" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

Not So Standard Deviations

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

"That's all I don't have to do these long lecture like writing essays. And you know, I do remember my first sociology class. I just have this sense of like, wait a minute. We just all get the room and talk. But like I want the answers like. That was so foreign to me and like now, I'm totally cool with it. But at the time, I was just like, no that's not how learning works like so. Yeah. I think you're you're high pop asus. I well, I don't know how it's data. There is a two to examine it. But I think I'm with you on that. I think I just maybe to frame it another way like. Dated houses processes like way, more high dimensional than we make it out to be. I think I think I think the here's the formula for how to do things it's like trying to project it onto a single dimension. And like let's throw people in the river is like its individuals. It's like. And I think it's funny because I see that kind of swig back and forth a couple of times. Now over the last like say fifteen years in terms of like how we teach did analysis, and it just it feels to be that like. Neither can be correct. Right. It's impossible either. What to be corrected? So it's, but that's it. That's all we've got basically. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's one thing. I don't think he's covered it in this book. But Nigel cross talks about in. I think it's a paper. In fact, we should share the paper. For this episode. But he talks about how design went through like their version of null hypothesis testing where it was like, okay. Like, I think they call it scientific design or something where it was much more. Like, this is what you do now and not like the design sprint thing. Like, I think design's prince leave a lot of time for creativity. It was more. Like now, your brain is doing this prior. And now your brain is going to do this part. And like it happened in the sixties either leave or maybe the fifties. But I always wondered if that was at the same time that hypothesis testing was being developed as well like if that was just like a trend. Like, the rational scientific something or other theory. It's like a rational scientific approaches, and that's what it's called or something. I don't know like for for hypothesis Essien go for like for like the design for design. I think I think there was like a thing called rational scientific. Yeah. I think you're right. It was like, well, I thought of scientific design, but maybe rational is like on there too. Yeah. It was. But it was like a very like they were imitating the scientific method. Right. Yeah. But that like became I think in the sixties late sixties and seventies. That was like not how people were approaching the world. And so it fell apart for good reason. You know, so I think so here's what I think is happening in the data world is that like between then. And like now there was a swing somewhere in the middle to like, let's do whatever we want. Right. And I think we now we're swinging rear right now swinging back because for a variety of reasons, I think, and I think there is definitely a push towards like automation in this area. And which would which is like, a very complicated cookbook, basically. And because it will. So for example, in academia, this is whole talk about the replication crisis, and whatever, and I think there's one of the I think one people one of the root causes that people believe is that like people aren't trained to do. The correct date analysis. Right. And so if you automate all that, then you can cut it remove all the all the humans, humans are all the problem. Right. So so I think we're I feel like we're swinging back in the other direction now and away from the kind of like more exploratory approach. I guess. Yeah. I could see that..

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"essien" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"All in when we're like in our seven, it's like the, it's like, if we're both single when we're forty, he acts. Thing. I want wanna be alone, hedging our beds, I alone. I got your and how into great. Gonna be a really comedy heavy building. That's actually perfect. Get a Bush comedians to die in a building together. Screenplay writing? What. Hello. This is take the nation where we talking about news. We talk about politics and where we ask. Why does New York up to separate primaries for state and for federal you guys? Why? I the game I saw and I'm waiting my fist at the heavens because I have renewed anger over New York state's general voting practices for blue-state toy. Fucked up about voting you guys, but today we're not going to talk about that. Instead we're going to talk about Serena Williams. Pathy US open about money, and we're also going to talk about how the real problem is fake news. It's too much news. I am really excited by today's panel. We are joined by a regular Essien. You've seen our comedy crib. You've senior headline all over the in country on Tuesday, September twenty. Fifth, you'll see her. She's put together. The Emily's list fundraiser at the New York comedy club. I'm actually going to be there pro forming and you finish because she's on the creative council for Emily's list, which is really important and super cool. Actually, I don't know if I ever. And that. So you guys at bottom, I Haley says we also have coming to the show for the first time known to us, though in previous times of our lives, he is a comedian who I've seen performed so many times. He's always delighted every audience that I've ever seen him in for. I think that's absolutely true. Actually, I don't think I've ever seen you bum..

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"essien" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So you know who goes up the foreshore pawn. But then if Rachel winds just barely try to shift her target to somebody else as she okay with Rachel going home. I know a lot of the rationale behind pudding, Rachel up on the block was to hide their so called girls alliance. And so whether or not Bailey really does stay true to that or is willing to lose Rachel for keeping someone like Scotty is going to be interesting to see how her decisions play out this week depending on who wins you. Yes, and it should also be noted that Bailey let believe it was Angela. No, it might have been Rachel. Like people told me that these three women, Angela, Rachel and Casey are sitting pretty like not not being touched. Just like not being nominated or anything. That's and they don't like that. And the women assumed that the people saying that were Haley in rockstar, and not the people that actually said it, which were believe Essien Scotty. So. You know, they don't have a lot of trust in that women's they do. They do feel like they can have Bailey as their plan, be sort of backup plan if level six doesn't work out. But Rachel's not really feeling that super highly either at the moment because she just got put up by by Bailey. So a lot of things kind of in flux right now. And I think we're going to start to see things solidify in the next few days, especially once we get the veto out of the way. Yeah, there was one other conversation I wanna talk about that was between Rachel, Casey and Sam. So Rachel and Casey win to get Sam because they, they knew that Sam had the power because of what happened this past Thursday, and we're asking Sam if she remembered any of the other powers that were up there because Sam was the first one, it's electric power. So she would have been able to see all of the other cons. And it's so funny to that Sam remembered where identity theft and what she described as you cloud. Which is the cloud power. And so they spent some time speculating on tensely what those powers could be. And Rachel does mention, oh, wonder if identity theft is something like I dunno taking h power, the veto power, he was like, oh, definitely veto power. So the fact that this conversation happened is really interesting because I really hope that Rachel continues to think about this and then things. Okay. Maybe Bailey's is the identity theft, so who could have the cloud power? What could that be?.

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"essien" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

"Haven't been found out and some of the things have done i mean wine seen didn't do anything any more horrific than a lot of these guys and especially yesterday being international women's day i think in entertainment it's it's important that we local women's contributions especially people like betty white who was the first female producer people know her as an icon but she was really the on life of elizabeth the first female producer and one of the first female writings and you look at a lucille ball who is a canadian there are so many women who kicked open these doors and now everyone wants to be kim cut essien no one wants to get behind the cameras so it's getting a little irritating little bit irritated management abruzzo would be signed that's just more for you right yes i know that yeah okay catch 22 yet guys the guys i work with look like caricatures from nineteen know 25 between 1995 1940's ju they're all like five foot to bulding drinking scotch out of a crystal glossed at eleven a m smoking a cigar it's a good thing i'm not five foot too yeah right right did off route size annoys there is no it's it's just the did these guys now well into their 80s and they don't know how to connect with some of the younger people coming up especially behind the cat behind the scenes her i'm i i thought that that hold jan are out of the women were you're becoming much more to you'll be behind the cameras and in hollywood that that's not the case well sherry lansing was the first female steady head she was over paramount wonderful woman i love her age but that was in the 80s.

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"essien" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Spent and carlos is the legal aspect of this phenomenon of incredible amounts of money that coming across the border and have to be laundered plumlee in the other now is interested day hey you're described emma's living in a mess because that sort of brings us to the the next carrots padre mossy i who well we'll get to that in a moment first of all let's talk about his story arc which i understand is also based on a on a real scandal that's right they wizards am and mexican priest code messiaen essien who started the legion of christ and rose to incredible power and he he had a very successful order he became very close with pope john paul ii and what the vatican didn't know what the mexican people didn't know is it he was running an incredible racket he was stealing hundreds of millions of dollars from the church from the poor at he was also accused before he died of terrible crimes molesting children of having many children through wireless advance with women so if you like he was a starting point not so much for the character of pag claim asio bat for this dilemma of the catholic church and the loss of the moral integrity of the catholic church when i was writing fee the city a lot of people would say to me well you know this is crazy story about the assassination of president kennedy how can you really believe in that conspiracy if there where there was a conspiracy to queue kennedy everyone would know about it than i would always point them back to the catholic church because this is not an incredible conspiracy depended filed scandal that has happened a ball across the globe at the catholic church was a little bit nights dave case scandal in the fifties in the '60s people would talk about a whisper about it but there's nothing berry concrete and it's only really erupted to be a huge scandal in the last ten or fifteen years.

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"essien" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Do By Friday

"We could that well i get a little backed i go back to work very early may sammy who is so much nice cars against humanity stuff for us to give away for a school auction thank you so somewhat unclear where you're very welcome all right so on on talk momma treats output technically higher one two of those carpeted with my idea i get the credit near as i want to let your idea had literally op will i wanted to talk about at the op one it's a free choice made in my own volition um i wanna talk about let's see here what else what other topics we want to cover today i didn't click on alert has made my my important follow up at the top of the day of us we essien starbucks i have on edward snowden ask document dump from the starbucks corporation to share oh my god yes yes baron are twenty one quick thing before you take off with your cards uniform with c i got a new credit card we could that is one of those weird ones that the number on the back and you'll get a prepared for that and then i syria iraq who doesn't like chapters now boarding an purging sorting and purging digital files can i get my treat now while hang on that were not on our i'm still in our eyes on the berlin they heart are we could do more kiptum him occurred card to show up on the stack what's your card merlin i wanna say thanks to mr max his dad for our very special emergency episode of the show the people would know about rights we as we did can you tito people will we did cause people seem to like it yes so so basically what transpired was this was on last week and the podcast i d i really have one of the greatest moments my life and i did this a car trick and it made merlin so upset and it was i i went back and listen to and it it made me laugh and i was there when it happened like it was a very funny mo good moment of the pods carries very welder and i was just good it was just like good audio like it was very exciting and.

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"essien" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Um first that introduced to iin eyes water in two thousand nine and i started looking the literature as they panda's this maybe there's something to this gives a dozen in of the what what the claims before make about the auckland benefits the on the course doesn't doesn't make sense but that was research on at massage tardy by waiting that nestle and i came across as hydrogen gas so you know now now that we know the benefit is from hydrogen gas will for me than why do i just focus on what the benefit is 'cause all those units they were all manufactured in designed and optimized specifically four alkaline water not not hydrogen gas yom kind of care for the mayor is i don't use them my dad's he's big and water filtration techniques and he informed me about summa some issues with metallic ions i guess they pass some of that water room metal plate and metallic ions can be present in the water that you're drinking and so you might get a buildup of things like mercury or ladder aluminum or copper apparently by drinking too much from these these countertop water ryan eiser side i personally to rule use them your eyes during my while water and i have a couple filters at that goes through but yeah i guess you you you could always do it just test you test your blood medals your hair medals and see what happens well it may not be still easily on an i mean they they try to meet them they do 'em right you know tell me they gigs they use your good planning platinum is a very injured electrode but you could have alloy issues and you could have degradation they let chosen actually get platinum particles into the water that there's there's an ongoing you know it's an unknown thing so you know by her own essien liberals like where where you were you to find other sources ever figure out a way to to make hydrogenrich water but i had a couple of other questions for you first we have a lot of people exercise who isn't it in like you is there any facts aside from the antioxidant and antiinflammatory effect of this would have on exercise performance may studies been done on.

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"essien" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Like shock by an early deficit and the jaguars jaguar's r a really really good team and they should be back on the spot it's really hard to get back to that spot put men like depressed the ruined rayer their defense not only are they fucking awesome but the really really young so they should they should have the resources to get back i wanna see more jaguars ripple i don't know what it is about the seam because on paper they should be exciting their conde all the really really huddling the seahawks a few years ago where they have that defense that not only is good but they have swagger and they have like they talk alaga and you just want to watch a team like jaylen ramsey was like yelling at brown ready but he's not scared mile asia acts miles jack that fumble that was like a lebrun chasedown essien came out of nowhere to make that play and it was a huge play at the time i'll just says about miles jack he's a coup looking guy i i wish i could ever look half as cool as he looks normally he's got like that weird hair thing going he's got it looks like he's always were an islander it was that's how you can tell the guy's super cools if they can pull of island hutu saddest moments for jagge wars fans and boy portals fans which we are the miles jack watching the end of the game from the tunnel because he hurt himself in and employee portals our man shedding a couple of a singletier is a single with that because he played i think he he did all the doubters all the heaters bleak came out in he did everything he could you know no he had he played the perfect blake portals game he was the plo title item on a little more of a blake game it so he had a lot of the put a lot rpo sent they ran the wildcat with like the entire game was in who are all tall.

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"essien" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"essien" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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"essien" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"essien" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"Faults amount of cash for open file handles so in genetics will open up those yes as files mel files like you were saying and it will actually load them in memory so that way when you get a requests even though it's a file on the fall system since in genetic says it openness cashed in memory it doesn't have to go to discs for access of that which makes it a lot faster at his service tree back on amendment i thought that clip so in the end you are able to twonet into next just on its own bed from two thousand nine hundred up to six thousand nine hundred had a serious bid of change by just tweaking a few convict settings and then you did the same thing you know something similar on the uwi xi i level and then of course you could you know tweet architecture as well but just making the stuff that contains your amp that much faster that's pretty awesome there's another article that i wrote about on a benchmarking oscar stress in i had a a similar experience there is all i really did in our goal was just adjust a shared buffers configuration and with that has that's essentially a crew cash for post best in that change alone for the examples given had a big at a big performance increase oh no sometimes i kinda call these a little bit a low hanging fruit because they're just little knobs you can change in existing systems and and sometimes those low hanging fruit can be a really good first step none of a theme super scary right he just change some convict baath i mean if he method reconfigure will take your website down but nice pevec it is not defer colic nra the key is test before you put in production seppo the sorry essien before production been you know if you make a change in the doesn't work than awhile who cares right but outright really that's going to get into the uh measuring establishing your baseline and measuring each little change in how.

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"essien" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"essien" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Seven quite quite fight one view guess what might give doocy dennis is is komen because i go to nigeria bring these things are within know to develop our heritage and have learned a great history thank you so much and and and did you did and shannon and she's got some nice long hair venue noticed she's a brad bradsheet all the boys can't help thousands she prays short skirt dragging conscious won a burger run down on a mattress just wanna just got it the result lowground say your body has been fascinating powell natural pearl not a piece of berbers tusday two words house here they say that she's a whisper whispers although france's she has a reputation be impeded salas sowa one again it's just always landed better with the handson hedgy so by nato brags essien he's you get good they say the she's not as though she's really count the currently only macy gervais is gummy so excited and not inside the word obama babar exit thirty by she's got me captive rightly so big of gas you've got a body yupao need to keep the party power away in these rumors gummy one them body i see oh man and on them a dress and been author zhou goodwin time dress averaging blessed judo play in you led to stay away heard you got the boy brand they did treat you die i heard you're headed by your girlfriend because all the gazan shoot and.

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"essien" Discussed on SaaS Insider Podcast

SaaS Insider Podcast

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"essien" Discussed on SaaS Insider Podcast

"Defence now how technical is scr now i know that used to be a lot of the way your site was melds and um and if you can't tell i did deal that will have some essy on my past lines so it used to be very much about how the site was built in a lot of technical aspect senate is it that anymore woods definitely technical i think the issue is is that the low level technical stuff has been commoditised so like you mentioned or lease the knowledge of it that's um most of the people that were talking to like yourself like you know started a personal blog it may read about how you do pay shuttles now you do manage frictions and why bishop an athens so if i come in with a lot of that you know technical seo knowledge i need to prove to someone y either our knowledge is more important or somehow better than the client which is getting harder and harder in a good way because everyone that you're talking to knows what a page shuttlers bank that wasn't the case years and years ago so it's still technical is just the you know the place where a company like ourself can add value is just going really really really deep into site structure into internal leaking structure um and into kind of the next level stuff you know seo you have duplicate page titles from technical level like that will always be bad so that won't change but at the same time uh you know getting good at technical stuff is easier than ever now there's tons of just free stuff for you run your url at says oh you of duplicate paid shuttles than you fixing what are your favorite essien tools i love a trips it probably has the best linked spider ring around so i can just get on the phone with someone plug the mid eight traps and then have a pretty intelligent conversation about their link efforts of.

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"essien" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"essien" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Jerry seems to know something that we don't at this point mess harm fascinated to see what happened because look i maintain all along you know dement domestic violence this serious issue in the nfl is worth society at large but players have always been concerned about whether or not someone could levy an accusation against them that would be untrue and yet it could impact their ability to earn a living and now we have this case with a sikh you elliott and it's been going on for over a year micheal essien becomes what is it that you don't know at this point that you can render some sort of decision about there will be no discipline or discipline is forthcoming how long doesn't investigation go on how long do you whole battle over the player's head and i think at some point the lee has to address this one way or the other jim cutter the sba here on the right geno owners really fought the league on these benches suspended you expect jerry jones to put up a formal fight he can but at that point it would be up to the union the fight on seeks behalf not necessarily on because wants to delete issues it's discipline there is no whole lot the team can do at that point it would then fall upon the nfl pa to say okay we believe that there are grounds here to fight this this discipline and it would go forward from their and probably and obviously with the support of the team i would tell you jim drought or the as being here on the right time an interesting place right now because he just released lucky whitehead though they had situation with all these players these more significant charges weighty did all the way out is it a salvage area to tell us that this is about this issue would not that they were gonna cut amini way.

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