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"etienne" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

18:49 min | 3 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"If someone isn't willing to take the time, if you aren't willing to set the bar high, you're not going to get the type of people in there that ultimately is going to help you grow the organization. You're going to find people who say yes to you for the first few months and then bail. And all the work you've put into them all the decisions you've made around their participation all goes down the toilet because they're gone. So I've learned that as much as I want person X to participate, if I can't tell her, listen, the money is the least of your concerns, you are going to be required to be at forum meetings for four to 5 hours a month. Every month. If that is a non starter for you, then this isn't your organization. There's a different part of the brain that kicks off like, oh, well, wait a minute, wait a minute. This sounds pretty amazing. Maybe I should consider being a part of this. Because if you're asking that of me, you're asking that of every single other person who's participating. So you're actually telling me as much as you want me to be in the forums that I am almost guaranteed everyone else to be that every single time. And then you're starting to provide a value proposition that people are drawn to. So your instead of doing weekly meetings that are an hour, you're doing more of a blocking off half a day for a longer session and people are meeting in person. Correct. We do have another format, which is before the pandemic. We had zoom format anyway, because as you can imagine, I am attracting people from around the world and obviously I can't find 7 people in Zagreb Croatia. I don't know, there's a big technical happen to crab. You're not joking, are you? Well, right now I have one member over there. So he's joined one of our remote forums. So we have a very, very effective structure that bodes well both for in person and Zoom calls. But for the online meetings, we try and keep them shorter because the fatigue sets in pretty quickly as you know with video calls. Well aware. Going back to the time management, I guess one of the biggest concerns I have for starting this community is, hey, our class number zero that initial class that I'm going to have to beg borrow and steal to join everybody that's going to be in the council is going to be an a lister, but these are the a's of the a listers. My personal friends and the biggest advocates of the mar tech industry, we can find. That's great. I could manage a group of ten people in a meeting a month, but as we start to get to multiple different forums or classes, I can't be in every meeting. Time for a one minute break to hear from our presenting sponsor, HubSpot. The HubSpot CRM platform combines a suite of powerful marketing tools that work seamlessly together so you and your team can deliver better experiences for your customers. You can save, reuse, and share your best performing emails with your team or use social media tools to schedule and publish updates and analyze your performance, and you can even use bot builders to create robust automated multichannel marketing campaigns. To learn how to grow better about connecting your people, your customers and your business at HubSpot dot com. All right, back to today's interview. How do you manage the development of multiple forums if the founder is not active in every single meeting? That was a very difficult transition for us. We adopted an approach, Michael and I, where every year we tried something new. We forced ourselves to iterate every year on this problem because we knew that complacency would be the enemy of scale. And we also knew that if we don't give ourselves enough data, we wouldn't have enough information to iterate and make new decisions. And so we tried everything. We landed on, I would say our worst experiment was turning some CTR volunteers into facilitators themselves for the forums that did not go well because you basically put in your product delivery in the hands of your customers and that did not work well. I landed on what I think is the part of our secret sauce and that is the way we pick our facilitators is pretty pretty badass. So we have contracted with business coach types, non technical people, to lead our forums. And that has been pretty amazing. Talking about what those relationships look like. We have facilitators whose sole purpose in the forum is to make sure that the forum runs well, that it's a safe space for people to be vulnerable and to keep pushing the purpose of growth and of world class leadership inside of that forum. Empathy, emotional intelligence. That's all they do. They can't solve technical issues. They don't understand the lingo. They are not technical people. In fact, I stay away from technical facilitators because in many cases they try and solve the problems for the group and they ended up doing more and more and more of the talking when what we're trying to do is constantly push off to the peer group to solve the problems in the peer group and not to have the stage, for instance, we'll have X CEOs and super successful people. I mean, you're not going to debate them on what worked for them because if they tried X and your problem is the same, then you're going to go and try and do what they did. But that lends itself towards a one or two people in the room that all the experts that everyone sort of defers to. And we are actively combating that. We want the 7 people who are in the room to be each other's peers, and we believe that every single person has something constructive to offer the other person regardless of company size, regardless of experience. But that doesn't happen in and of itself. It happens when we have pros in the room who know how to work that room. And that's where we invest a lot of our time and money to make sure that the types of people leading those forums are making sure that the four hours that that person attends a 7 CTRs forum are the best four hours of their month because it's not only one on one coaching as group coaching and it is shared learning and that makes it a very profound experience for them which makes them come back. What I do remind people is that growth is hard. So learning requires effort and growth is hard. And so when you hear stuff in those forums that you don't like or it is tough, our brains are lazy. They don't want to learn new things. They don't want to dig deep into our situations in order to change. So that's where you need that facilitate that external force that is constantly reminding people why they are there, how they're doing this and what the ultimate outcome is going to be. I guess there's some anxiety or fear on my part for two reasons. I think that the extension of the mar tech podcast into a community makes sense in principle. There's the operations of getting the first community up and running and trying to create some value and matching the price point with the product and managing all of that myself. That's one problem. And then there's the problem of managing scale. You mentioned in our last podcast that when you hit 60 or 70 people in the community that the slack group started to sort of manage itself. The questions were being answered by the community. What were some of the other milestones that you saw in terms of community engagement and when things had enough momentum to really start picking up speed on their own without you pushing it? And I think we are seeing glimpses of people arranging their own technical meetups, their own technical conversations. I think one of the early signs is when your community comes to you and says, we need more of this. We want more of that. I initially was intimidated by those requests because again, as we discussed in our first episode, I saw that as an indictment that are not adding or giving enough value, but actually that is a beautiful thing. If they come to you and say, we think 7 CTOs should, then you're like, wow, man, they are engaged. They want more. They want me. They're telling me how to do my job. That's a really fantastic sign. We've also noticed that if groups do not dissipate. So after a meeting, when they don't want to go anywhere, they just kind of want to hang funny enough, initially I thought it was the groups that were sharing beers and drinks together. We're doing really well. But we've actually found that the groups that just are not out the door, like I have a hard stop at so and so I need to leave. The groups that actually provide for that extra space at the end of the forum meetings are the forums that become more and more healthy. So those are for me early indicators that the engagement is starting to pick up. But like I said, my identity is so wrapped in 7 CTOs that it's very hard for me to ask for feedback and not take it personally. And in the 8th year that we're in now, I'm starting to relish and cherish that kind of feedback in ways to make the product better. And I'll give you one example with COVID-19 that was my community who came to me and said, we should say and we should do something to help other CTOs. And it's interesting my thought was I should coach how all our CTOs can be there for each other. And I just piled all you shoot this, buddy up, write a blog post and I just added all these things on and they came back to me and said, all we really need for you to be is just to be just tell people you're available. And that was the strategy we followed and it's been a really amazing role that we were able to play in many companies lives because we were just there for people. What would look, we flipped the script here in this episode and I feel like you're not only providing me value, but I think that one of the reasons why I wanted to have this conversation with you is a is useful for me to hear about the mar tech podcast, but B, I think it's useful for the audience to think about how valuable a community can be and what you can learn from your peer group. I think there's an important business question here. When you start to think about price point in our last episode, you mentioned you started off about $2500 a year and you've moved closer to $10,000. How do you think about the price point and how did you figure out what the right balance was for you? Well, he has a simple math added, which was if you take people's contracting our, which is a roughly three 50 an hour, you take 7 of those people and you multiply that by four hours, you land on about $8000 if my math is right. So if you're getting all of that value at 833 bucks at the consulting rate, there's so much power in that meeting for such a small amount. So that's definitely not in my sales script. So to speak, but it is a way for me to remind myself that the price point is actually really low. Remember that the price point sets the standard for people's engagement. The more skin they have in the game, the more they're going to make it work. If someone is not happy with the price point, they're not the right fit for your organization. But there has to be a balance there. You know, I want people to really enjoy the community. I'm not going to charge them a $1 million. That might be a little hard to actually do our onboarding on the flip side. I do want people to take it serious. It's not going to be a $10 a month type product. So that's why I would probably start with a council. One thing I also did was I compared what the industry is doing. So if I am in the YPO vestage Eos space, those organizations are all in the ten to $20,000 a year range. I think it's a little cheaper on paper, but they do make you pay for a retreat and all that. So I find that the ten grand price point nestles us nicely into sort of what is happening in the C suite. So for instance, imagine the conversation in the C suite when they're all comparing their discretionary education budgets. And the CTO says, oh, well, I am in a forum for 30 bucks a month. And the sales guys like, well, I'm in a forum for $3000 a month. So it's just how to keep those conversations equitable. I think that the ten grand price point, I'd probably could have charged that a lot sooner, but I'm at a place now where 7 CTOs has a life of its own. And I'm okay with saying no to customers as much as it pains me sometimes. But it has to be a right fit. I now also have the 6 other people in the forum to think of. Revenue wise, I want the 7th person in there. But that 7th person could single handedly be the cause for three or four other people to leave. And I've seen this, by the way, where one misplacement has destroyed a forum. And it's not intentional. It's not a fight. It's not a blow up, it's not a conflict of interest. It is just not a good match for whatever reason. And if that happens, then I've taken the ten grand and I've lost 40 grand if I can put it that way. So those types of trade offer those types of conversations, I also of course have to think of my cost of running a forum, which is the contracting of our facilitators to run those forums. So all those costs plus the opportunity cost of losing people, all of that should settle you on a nice amount. And my COO one said to me, it's easier to come down in price than it is to raise the price. So while I did raise my price over 8 years, if I do this again, I will not have that same strategy. You know, the broken record of the Tesla Model where you build the routes that you bought the S and then you bought the three. So that's the route that I think is incredibly valuable in any sort of service oriented business. I think that's great advice and gives me something to chew on. I think that we might have to go back and revisit our price point. I was thinking $2500 a year for our memberships and maybe we'll consider raising that. As we're about to embark on the start of our community, as we start doing our initial outreach, either talk me into this or talk me out of it, which direction should we go? Should I just continue to make a podcast? Or are we going headfirst, sliding into home plate, hopefully, to try to build a community? Well, you're talking to the wrong person because I very much love community builders. So I am going to give you very heavily biased advice, which is go for a go for it hard. The one thing that we share regardless of our professions is being human and nothing beats feeling connected to other humans. And so the marketing technology, the chief technology, whichever the domain is, to me, that is the gateway to aligning interests so that people do want to meet do see the value in meeting. But I can tell you the most profound influence and the most profound impact we are having on people's lives are not technical. It's not domain. It's not company. It's the fact that we've given people Friends, trusted relationships, the ability to share at a level that we're all a lot lonelier than we think we are. And when we are faced with what it means to be in a trusted relationship with people, we're like, where was this? I've been looking for this all my life. I tell people we're 51% the same person. We laugh at the same jokes. We're probably all got our computers at the same age. We play the same games, whatever. But there's the 49% where we can really lean into each other and learn from each other to make us better people. And if you're facilitating that, you're giving birth to that, you really want that. People are going to feel that. If you are simply trying to monetize or find another revenue stream for a pretty amazing podcast, people will see right through that. And if they don't initially eventually they will because you will lose steam and your why won't be as clear to you, but hopefully I can tell being on Zoom with you and seeing it's a passion that you have. You're having the right conversations. And if you go from one to two, that's a 100% increase. That will probably not happen soon again. And then you get more and more and more people. And they've stopped becoming trusted confidants. I feel amazing when I see that. Our shit, we gotta start a community. I can't tell you how much I appreciate you not only being my guest and walking me through what your experience was and vetting some of my ideas for building a mar tech community, but also for educating the mar tech community on how valuable it is to get peer feedback. I got a lot from this conversation. Thank you for being my guest. Thank you for having me on the show and for being candid about your plans. I think that's refreshing. We're open kimono here at the mar tech podcast. Everybody get ready. The community is coming. And that wraps up this episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks again to Etienne de Bruyne, CEO of 7 CTOs for joining us. If you'd like to get in touch with that ten, you can click on the link to his LinkedIn profile in our show notes. You can contact him on Twitter, his handle is ET. It's ET debruin, where he could visit his company's website, which is 7 CTOs dot com. The number 7 CTOS dot com. And a special thanks to HubSpot for sponsoring this podcast. Don't forget that the HubSpot, CRM platform combines a suite of powerful marketing tools that cross email, social media, and even bots to help you create multichannel campaigns that better connect your people and customers to your business to learn more about how to grow better, go to HubSpot dot com. And don't forget to check out our newest show, the revenue generator podcast, which tells how innovators of the revenue generation orchestrate teams that deliver world class customer experiences through the integration of data SaaS people and processes to expedite demand and increase revenue. So if you're ready to join the revenue generation, search for revenue generator in your podcast app or head over to rev gen pod dot com that search for revenue generator in your podcast app or head over to rev gen pod dot com. Just one more link in our show notes. 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Texas abortion law foes target lawmakers' corporate donors

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Texas abortion law foes target lawmakers' corporate donors

"Opponents of Texas's strict abortion manner taking aim at companies that donated money to the bill's sponsors through television and digital ads they're hoping consumers will pressure corporate America to join the fight against a surge of restrictions the ads highlight Etienne tease donations to Texas Republicans who sponsored the bill the company also donated to Democrats and says it does not take a position on abortion or endorsed the law there are plans to expand the ads to Florida where a similar proposal has been introduced meanwhile late Friday a federal appeals court reinstated the law just two days after a lower court suspended it now the question is whether it goes to the Supreme Court I'm Julie Walker

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"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

08:16 min | 10 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Of took about. I just took things from when i was growing up on friends at parties and they would always be sorvino's so a couple of getting with each on the so for all you know it's just about that sort of weird tom between fifteen and twenty five and you sort of don't know who you are your some. That's why even they sort of like there isn't really a narrative it's like that period doesn't really have a narrative because he kind of people come in and out of your life you'll sort of other no. He's just like a weird time. We don't know who you are just trying to find yourself but isa of who in the film you kind of you do after you don. Who's with who they who do exactly. It's also said to my sons. I remember glastonbury in eighty. Something eighty nine something anyway. I felt were playing an allowed backstage. And i had this herb low reynaud and no one had an immediate. I was playing music from my cost an had congregation. That what else could you do. Retail lot of people. Just be done. That's what we should say this wonderful scene in the film else to wear. Yes some guys ends up. Many nice golf. Gti from ninety five or something Fields mcivor one. I read from seeing the one hundred fifty five thousand miles on the clock night. Make it all the way out the read. You me to remake the film. Yeah and everyone kind of top soft dancing around in a kind of august and it was exceptionally hot day. Lovely boiling so it was just. I just thought that that's what you should look like really. Because that's what you see and i wanted to ask you the remains in the film way. We seem to cut so much like earlier footage or kind of found footage. Bits of stonehenge. Where feel like grew. it's going to pop out. You know what. I mean almost looks like home movie. We use we use like some Vhs some many dvd different cameras just so fresh fell. Tom of the stonehenge thing with this off the skate. Part with the the this was of reference picnic at hanging rock. Which is strange stadium film whether these these kids go missing and i sort of like the idea of something you know. Just the idea that. I think those old seventy skate parks. So-so lob beautiful of see brutally but then wade like finger stonehenge as well so the only they look quite good together. So that's kind of where they take. Confirm that really. Yeah that was put. All those cameras are just like what we have. You know what we have and we have a fiddle and they cost nothing which is great to use them only to ask both your architectural references in. I mean this wonderful stacks and things like this reminded you remember that. I'm living in working for nuclear free city. Whatever that china crisis album with those those same beautiful stacks on. It is a good one. But wh where. I've always wanted to them. Stacks matt feature aggrandize them even now. i mean. I remember from familiar albums. And and you know the the delicious possibilities of the barbican and you'll you'll raka textual references in your. Were seren senate ian. What's what's the genesis of that leads. That of i think we always all three of as being really into architecture like in the film it can be anything. It could be chewed architecture. And her or something brutal. I've got cooling town's name near me and did call and watch one being blown up actually not fears excite the But yeah it's just. It was architectures always been a thing to i mean. I always just they just all the uk is. I feel like they really sort of not remember. Seeing there was a kitten being by them. let's basically taught that we live in bucolic rural facing society. Right but then there's so many the barbican and there were cooling towers. And these things are just shocking. The sort of man made a beautiful ashley that we kind of. We kind of scratch their heads into kuwait and to want to fill. The we could in tudor architecture. You know obviously the first song sort of had this sort of medieval thing. And and then i was being quite obviously. They've i sort of think. It's quite nicely us and i thought well maybe i'm just being really obvious and to see some cheetah building obviously put some mock jeeter in the middle of it. All of you know. Because it's i dunno like again you don't see that renewable. Yeah so it's got like stratford and and then like some place in highgate. Which is kind of like very very nice. Mock judah built by the name of that st. john it's beautiful. It's you know. I had a recurring nightmare. Child reaches walking down the street where identical i liked chewed thing. Yeah exactly it's definitely. It's from the sixteen hundred by scott roll garage. I like convenience and beautiful kind of. Yeah i was kinda slutty reminded in architecture shots of things by jonathan meades. But we'll set by patrick keeler and his robinson films and things like that which i feel somehow sort of nudges up close to the film robinson space robinson in ruins in these things these of yeah investigations of sort of wandering around. I suppose that seems an. We'll say he he was a great fan of is a great fan of the road. Sign things kind of hang out and so that that's kind of seems like it's nudging into senate in this universe as well sort of very much. I think hope town planning university read. This need i say more than the rest is rock and roll. And i feel this at the beginning sarah. This feels like it. Yeah it's difficult to place is it. Is it a lot different to the album that you started off making before we got locked indoors year and a half hugely different. Okay yes we were in a tiny studio with the fabulous. Sean lee in finsbury park doing this album and we thought we were about three quarters of the way through. In retrospect i think we were probably about a third of the way through so but we'll come back to something different and so yeah so we cut short. And then bob being listening to loss stuff i i don't really like easing would fade away from say anyway. Favreau think is. And it's like people making videos and music that so of mushed up predominant in america i think With videos to go with and he was just interested in it and so talked pete nye about it and then i think started noodling around doing something and it just started from there and and it was. It just was a different experience. I mean we're actually we've been talking about how much we looking forward going back to the studio together. Yeah we'll we'll start things at home and share ideas but you know to finish them off and do the vocals stuff that but at the same time it was really good fun and it was so nice to fail. Because i where i live. I'm in the middle of nowhere schreiner by fails woodland stuff and.

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"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

06:24 min | 10 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"The light to and the the photography and film is so beautiful and redolent of men as photographer as well. I mean i'm surprising. I love to have that and it's a rare aesthetic to have in a motion picture. Was that going to be the way that you did things from the outset. Because i feel like. I'm looking at a beautiful series of behind. The scenes shoots in front of the scenes. Shoes fashion shoes. Well i mean kind of there's always a sort of i always like the color of technicolor from the fifth. Forty fifty pound pressburger technically win or any. I mean american technical. I loved all that color. So i've always liked that idea of that photography in general so when it came to sort of like making films are sometimes field photographers. Don't sometimes they're moving image. Or filmmaking doesn't look like their photo. So i was very keen. It's still look like he paused. It would still like one of my photos. So i started making videos about five six years ago. One of my lovely assistant. Lex came up with these lenses that and we found these cameras the cameras and it kind of translates of ended up solve looking very much like my photos so which of course. I'm very happy about because it's helping to sort of is quite difficult to recreate. Especially because most of my In fact all of my pitches on film really pretty much still. Because i just don't find the same. I don't find the same feeling from digital really. I feel like it's just a strange process while not only in the sense that everyone can see the photograph stray away which obviously some people will love and some people not love but But you know. I just feel like the organic process and the way that the hits the film rather than the in. I guess whether there's an element of trust about that isn't that you've got to trust your eye. You making recco. He cutler's tracks known his them until they're finished you three hit him but no one else has until the finish. Their drink recco. There's an element of trust. I think that space between the moment of creation and letting settle you know like sediment in a bottle of something really necessary to the process and seeing what. You've got off to a period of time. Presumed well fills that. That's how you requisite would be made as well as a flash of maternity about them but they live in a kind of constant in britishness disc sort of as you say is a sense of melancholy patio somehow. Yeah i mean we. I can't believe this is our tenth album to be on. Jonkers isn't it. yeah. I think we always. I don't think we ever know would definitely going to make another record. I think everything just happens. Organically keep does you know. And that's the way we've always been and so yeah i mean with this record i was just. I was literally just recording vocal stuff home. And then just sending it to pete tool this. Another guy called Gus bows field and it's pronounced and then it would come back as a more formed piece of music. Then i'd send some more vocals and then come back again with other bits and an edit. So yeah it was very kind of like that and is that the first time you've made it. I mean this. This was an album was made in comas on zoo right which we had a bit of a bitch about before. We the microphones in studio. Well there we said. Isn't it nice to be in the same room makes makes you. It's nice to talk to people looking in the eyes presumably. That's the first time you've done in bits like that. Yeah so bitty in terms of the communications. Yeah i mean we. We've done a lot of sending ideas before going in the studio so that processes is similar. 'cause pete's could setup he's the ten capacity right and and bob knight's him and he can strike his great fabulous but yes so we. We've done a lot of that anyway. Sending ideas to fry but then in the studio and we pulled together so yeah the pulling altogether but we weren't in studio does is a different quality to it because of that and i mean well. He told me that it sounds like to me. Say this is straight. This is quite a. It's quite different. Feel somehow it's definitely a senator john cannon different failed i i couldn't place in time generally starts can definitely take bits and you know that there's constituent parts of the has the senate in exo skeleton never. I couldn't play at the beginning of the end of a ten of ten of and somehow i it was really great. Go back to sampling base. Because we haven't done that since we've done a little bit here and there but generally speaking yeah going back to sampling and it's really really good fun every he's just is so freeing and so the and we should say some samples the ease. On this record are samantha. Mumba tasman knowledgeable in a lesser known. Track from her really interesting stuff is saying kind of feel like recognize that from that mid early midnight or mid nineties vibes did you plunder your record collection. Did everyone with this with this. This most argumentative busy zoom conversation with nothing to do with come on by the time i heard them. They will squished up and change with. It's interesting out people on our kind of like senate in facebook ever spotting some of them. I wouldn't have spotted them because lesser known. Yana songs by lightning seeds embarrassed. Yeah let me say yeah. They're being spotted by some people. Maybe they just She's blaming them for great joy and also it's sort of like the The contemporary equivalent of taping the radio. Trying not have something talking.

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"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

09:53 min | 10 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Ninety-seven and then the twin towers and about there was a lot of optimism in ninety seven huge volta muslim. And then yeah. Did we remember it correctly such so we. We started making music with that in mind and is quite sort of not. Certainly there lyrically specific. I didn't want it to be lyrically. Specific as much as i've loved your lyrics the sharpness and that kind of that sense of remember the future which i think this. This project says loved the sharpness of those lyrics. But i love also how. This one is nonspecific in his essay taps into a sense of sort of general euphoria and optimism memory. Somehow about remembering when you were young and stuff like that. I mean obviously alastair. We'll talk about that because then the visuals very much about remembering when you were young. Yeah the kind of things we used to do when we were young What point were you consulted to come on and make make the film of the record. The film seems to share such a kind of central dna. If that idea that sarah's talking about remember the future i mean there was. There was an element of that. The like sarah said. I didn't want it to be too particularly in static project but i just came from the the point when bob sort of asked me to collaborate with them they had actually had a different our completely and they then finish that because of lock down because they couldn't come into studio so i don't know how they came up with this other one but anyway so the club the pandemic happened and then i saw email bobbing at an may june twenty twenty and he said essays are we still doing stuff said yes we are but i think we're not going to do that album and they sent me five trucks of this new album and so instantly i sort of felt like it kind of reminded me of it kind of reminded me of the early ninety s some of the first tracks in particular in the first english. Because it's of the us these harpsichord so i thought use these obstacles but as it turns out it was actually a sample from of late nineties. R&b record. when i dunno. I guess a lot of american producers putting these weird hops causing a lot our rmb's music so instantly sort the thought of being obviously those shooter and that the they so i. I thought that you came in general. Which just making about the uk and that was something. Bob was keen on so. I started to think about what i was doing when i was i. Listen to music. When i sort of like at an fifteen sixteen and so of the boredom of that time but there was something of quite lovely about that boredom and innocent about our used to just walk around the streets like the boy does in the video where he walks around bungalows. That's all that's all. We do sometimes. Just walk around with your friends around. Bungalows and new wins windsor. Didn't you when did not nicely benign sense of kind of that. There's a sense of that teenage south. Where you you have you have no sense time whatever. Run out right. You got that luxurious new of those long summers son away seems about and that probably comes down to whether you're remembering your past correctly or whether you're glossing over it like lovey like a graphic memory almost to that tap into the into the rising music. So yeah i mean. I think i said i said well them for me. It's kind of late is bit like now you know. It's it kind of recording this on a x. it's going to be. I think possibly twenty nine thirty degrees in london's day. Yeah and i love that late summer thing in my god nina is leaves falling and you know the to turn little bit tunnel looking and that's what it feels like me but i think it can be different for everybody. You know bob just yano you may be. I mean you probably think of it differently. The the timing of what the rap record feels like as sort of i know. I don't see the winter album noor. It doesn't feel it. I mean it reminded me a a sense of holly. Who's freshman the end of the road festival. Today stephanie. Go safe hand on the tiller in the control room show but it felt felt the memory of a festival. Somehow that thing. When you're driving your back you're on the trainer. You're going back in the car and you've got that kind of reminisce that very that kind of womb reminiscent of something that could soon be paused and the melancholy melancholy which i love melancholy. Best sort of feeling any record ever isn't it. I love that. Definitely get a quote you on that. I love that. Commanding isn't it. Yeah and we try and catch that wherever possible. This record kind of melancholy things good. Were they good. Maybe they went so good now. They're getting better thing of time. Isn't it when you when you are of an age in your parents are saying. Oh this is the best time you think will happen. This possibly be the best time of my life. Because i'm bored. I'm walking around some like a scarlet by the bungalow. He realized that it was actually quite nine. But you don't appreciate it obviously young. I thought it was crap. And like i said to you you sneak out. Go night fishing. I'm going fishing. Just flashing headlights declaring off with a friend of mine. Tony keith. on the back of his little tiny made by. Can we go off night fishing. And then i got caught coming backing crawling through the window by my dad. Did you have to sort of go. Buy the fish mum by trout's genuinely honestly i. Actually i love that though because there is that well actually i wanted to. I wanted to ask you about the the movement in the film. It's got a very kind of repulsive energy to it. Then we wanna road trip which. I didn't know i was going to be doing. When i i listened to the album. But where did that. Can we kind of quickly mike. How wife from the difference of london up to scotland. Yeah when did. When did the road trip idea kick in because it's always a good one. Let melancholy as the best sentiment for now them. Virtual trip movie is always good. When i first bob we're talking about things. We liked about the u. k. Weekly week both. Quite like the one i think is because i travel up there to see my mom still lives in the same village that are open and then he travels also the same up to bradford so we just talked about things. We like service stations we lights and all these sorts of things and then it became a bigger. And i start to think about what center music had influenced me and my visual sense over the years in my photography and filmmaking and then we liked with the the idea factory so it made sense the ease of that we sort of have a one sort of movement going through it but it was like rather than of going with people on a road trip. You sort of just going to different places. So i started to think about. You know the idea that tencent music is kind of international as much as it's meant to be so quintessentially english and all that sort of thing that you know they get. I guess that people think they know about their music. They also have this of cinematic side. That's like other influenced by european cinema. And i feel like anyway. And so. That's why i was interested in using marrying slightly. Luckily strange italian village in the middle wales. And that's where. I came with that one. And then. That's that is a beautiful sequence. Just beguiling place It's like portofino. Or something in the middle of wales and so. I thought that made sense to do something that fell up. I guess not so sort of felt like a specific time almost like sort of like strange little film within that film. That's not really connected to you. Culture ought of the nineties or anything like that. That was i saw fellow. That should be. Its own little thing and so then. We just thought traveled around looking at factories in the night. I remember school trip. That i did is in the yorkshire dales where we go look at waterfalls and go in the war and then that's kind of what ended up one of the songs ended up being over reminiscent version of a school trip. And that's kind of what the the whole thing so it does have a road trip but it was never really intended to sort of be like a typical road trip movie where it nothing easy right trip where we see of your brutal and beautiful architecture yes love is after like someone said And and it's got that wonderful repulsive maternity to it but it's also very does feel like a uniquely fills up britain itself in in a mirror. When i will russia's for the fattest his phone to fill looking looking at a the imagination that made the raccoon. 'cause it's tough to pin down the reasons that you may can help in the music you know. The the lyric writing is nonspecific for this album. Sarah does the the film help you kind of define it. Now that it's now that both of those things live alongside and with each other wonder exactly and yes. Oh i think. I saw the first three songs i and it's exactly that it sort of made some sense out of the music for me and i think that yeah alongside each other the film music just it just works it just really really what. I'm i know that. I think that there's no narrative in film. And i know the reason but there is more in the film than there is probably in the music and possibly may be illegal. Therefore i i'm giving you the forms of were just the.

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"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Hello and welcome to monocle culture with me. Rubber bound the british band senate yen have just released their tenth album named. I've been trying to tell you. It's a slight shift from perfect pop songs their fame for creating to kind of hazy nostalgic electronica that evoke sleepy. Some adorn at the end of a big night out. It's also reminiscent of the late. Nineteen ninety s period when senate yen all began and it literally borrows from this era too something late nineties and early. Noughties pop artists like samantha. Mumba the lightning seeds. The honeys and natalie imbruglia to coincide with the release of this record senate. Chen also enlisted the help of esteemed photographer and filmmaker alastair mcclellan to make a film of the album. It's a set of vignettes that takes place during a road trip across britain starting with a trip of the glamorous old a one the old road that links london to the north and switch off. Now trust us. It's miles better than it sounds. The film follows a group of young models as they roam identikit. Suburban streets splash around in Waterfalls play giant chess in the grounds of two houses and generally soak up the sunshine exploring the thrills and the boredom have been young magician endless. Summer it's a beautiful snapshot of britain. The place that is so often been the focus of sandwich work and examines bucolic against the industrial against the as we venture from a party in the countryside should giant cooling towers to stonehenge on today's program. I'm joined by. Sarah cracknell the timeless voice of senate chen and alistair mcclellan to talk about the album. And the film i've been trying to chinese..

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Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown

Bigmouth

02:13 min | 10 months ago

Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown

"So we're gonna talk about the short while but firstly you get everybody in the band in different parts of the country now. Euro urine oxford. If you just said pete wiggs in. Hove actually bob. Stump is bradford. How did you go about making this record. When you all geographically distributed all zoom like we have to do everything these days Yeah we used to share. I mean we to concern about the kind of feeling of the record. What we wanted it to say proper now. Kind of very complicated concept. If you that but with the idea is what would happen was the pete send may music might count with some bits of melody as few words not many words on the record and we just share ideas and then come to edit them so was it was kind of made you on a computer in the manner of the ancient art method exquisite corpse. What person does a bit puzzled. Saudi else they fiddle with it. I guess posture out your cupcakes constantly. Just mentioned that this album about memory and optimism that that time between nineteen hundred. Seventy two thousand and one. The labor party just won an election. Victory it's this little little island of of Things might not be dreadful. What generated us. We must algae feeling. Was it being separated from the rest of the land at having to do it through the window at it. I think there is an element to fat. An it's about thinking time you remember. That was optimistic. Seemed like great things happening. And it's about how your memory gets you'd over time and i think we'll probably look back home. The last eighteen months two years with that. Same kind of feeling you know. There's some bits of being looked down. The i really love the very first day over the us and did a lot of making bread out with the teens in watching boats sets and stuff in them but yet you know. I'll probably just remember as bits in a few years time in older the credits but Yet it's about memory and how it gets mixed up in your mind

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Cam Newton Returns to New England Patriots From COVID Protocol

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:25 min | 11 months ago

Cam Newton Returns to New England Patriots From COVID Protocol

"Camp. Dude return to practice today. But it will Patriots did he return to a starting job? That's the question we gave nights went from pretty Coleman. I mean, but Simmons on ESPN Radio ESPN have serious examine Channel Etienne. And gave that is the ultimate question because you look at New York Giants reporters when the Patriots were going ones V ones. And Patrick Graham is a heck of a defensive coordinator for the new for the New York Giants. As a matter of fact, he should be getting looks in the next couple of years. As a head coach. He runs very complex defenses and By all accounts, Mac Jones. Let him up. I mean to lift them up two days ago. Today. Cam Newton returned to practice and they split time. We're the ones and getting their reps. But Mac Jones took a massive opportunity and ran with it. Your reaction Yeah, That's what you want to see. And that for you spent a first round pick on a quarterback when he gets that opportunity, and you didn't know when it was going to come. You don't know how it was going to come for him to take that opportunity and run with it. That's what you want to see. That being said. I still think Cam Newton is going to be starting September 12th. I just feel that he's going to start the season as the number one quarterback for Bill Belichick. I'm excited. Honestly, for Cam in Year two with the New England Patriots, I thought he was gonna be a little bit better a year ago. I still think that there is I mean, the M V P might not still be in there, but I think there's some really good football stealing Cam Newton. I think he's going to show that a little bit

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"etienne" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

08:35 min | 11 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Yesterday morning. We knew that travis. Ctn was undergoing tests on his foot. the wordless. Frank came up but we didn't know the implications for the severity of the injury. We did know we know that's a curse word. Fantasy football yes. Yes or as one of our developers calls it the lisa frank injury and lisa frank is a mean woman to these football players So trump did end up probably about an hour or two after the show came out put on the injured reserve. He's going to undergo surgery. He has done for the season. His rookie year is over before it started the ultimate draft. Kit has been updated. All of our adjustments to james robinson and carlos hyde have have been made as well. James robinson ended up for me at running back. Twenty-one jason rb twenty mike rb twenty four. and i received no fewer than four separate offers for james robinson our dynasty league. Yesterday mind you. This is a player. I attempted to trade the entire summer with only mockery. But this is this is part of it. I don't blame people for that because things change. Now he's a viable player in fantasy. However i think we are lower on him then a lot of people in the fantasy space. The reaction has been essentially one of utn's gone equal sign. Last year's james robinson and last year's james robinson was a top five running back in fantasy football phenomenal asset and he looked great on the field. But i think what's important to realize. Is that the the method in which his fantasy points came on. The jaguars number one worst team in the league was due to opportunity. He had all of it. His rushing market share his snap percentage For the running back room was through the roof and you have to ask yourself is going to be the same this year and the question or the difference here is carlos side which i could see people saying look. I'm not a writer. I'm not afraid of of carlos hyde at all. It's going to be james robinson taking it all again But i think carlos will be certainly more involved than the running back to last year for the jaguars which was nobody. There were seven times. Last season. James robinson was a top twelve running back. He had weeks of number two number three number three number five number five on a weak. Some might argue that you know. Seven touchdowns was a low number for three hundred opportunities in jacksonville on an offense that just couldn't get down to the goal line so where opportunities might be lacking this year or reduced positive regression in the touchdown totals could come could come and bring that you know stabilized. His value do is going to happen. I i'm very concerned like he's still. Yes the the fantasy value. Jameson has gone up and he is if you got him in the wherever he was going six or the seventh round that is now looking like a solid value. He'll probably jump into fourth round. Maybe fourth or fifth brown but my biggest concern is urban meyer in this in this coaching staff. They were willing to use a first round. Pick on a running back which is bad football process to me for a team. That's rebuilding from the ground up to say what. Yeah this is what we're gonna spend our pick on are are really high value first round pick. That's already a bad decision to me. And just they were going to use all three guys they had said we're gonna do it. And so i think that carlos is on the field far more than i if you're rushing out proclaiming up james robinson back to what he was last year. I think that's you're going to be sorely mistake. And to illustrate to give actual data for us saying they used them a ton and they didn't use other running backs wanna illustrate. How true that was here. The running back percentage opportunities for james robinson last year by week one hundred percent eighty nine percent eighty five one hundred percent eighty-seven one hundred percent one hundred percent ninety six percent one hundred one hundred one hundred ninety one hundred and if you're like well. Yeah maybe he's just that good. Here's dalvin cooks numbers. The cooler leader of. He's a work horseback sixty seven percent. Seventy eight percent. Seventy three percent seventy seven percent forty. Four like yeah. Those are workhorse numbers not hundreds of ninety s. So the the the message here is that. I think we've ranked them appropriately. He is still very valuable. He is certainly a steal at the draft price he had been at. Yes correct. i'm and i think we're all comfortable if you slot him his rb to if but probably not expect last year seems yeah. He's running back. Nineteen from he was twenty he. Oh i know why yeah right fell behind talk about another first-round running back gone awry. Well do you guys wanna talk go ahead. Sorry more jacksonville or what. No no no i was. I was getting ahead of myself. I was thinking that we were talking about this trade already. Okay well i was. I was in the throngs of the james robinson area. It's tough to see when you're in the throngs. Yes clouds your vision boy everywhere. I'm sorry again The rams acquired running back sony michelle from the patriots on wednesday for two draft picks fifth. Rounder six rounder. This year that converse to a fourth round or if the rams get a compensatory pick so there's fallout here. We settle off season that something's going to happen in their backfield. Henderson has not proven himself to be durable enough for them to go into a season which i believe and they believe they can win a title so darryl and xavier wasn't going to be enough for them they go out they pursue sony michelle. Who's had a fine preseason very pedestrian runner at this point but certainly an upgrade over xavier jones in the backfield experience and can be utilized in this offense which is a good running offense good scheme so very interesting Is reminding people on twitter this morning. Both sony michelle and rashad penny. Were drafted ahead of nicolas chubb. Yes at the time. I mean nick had was okay but he just euro before that he had a devastating. It's hard to blame. You know you look back and you say. Wow that's a that's a fun fact. But at the time rashad penny he's dealt with injuries and in sony. Michelle won them a most patriots. Fans are fine with it because he helped them win a super bowl and that exchange is good enough but fantasy fallout here. Daryl henderson had been up at sixteen for me. this is going to siphon. A significant amount of carries from him. I still have missed the carry leader But i do have sony. Getting over a hundred and thirty carries alongside him so downgrade for daryl anderson fans. Yeah i mean i. It's clear that the rams don't believe that darryl henderson can carry the massive workload that they hoped a running back kerry that's why they went out and got camakers in the first place spending their draft capital and then They waited until you know they're like we're gonna protect them. We're going to keep him good. And then he hurt his thumb again and had to leave practice and they were worried if if henderson was going to be ready week one and so they knew they needed to get another player. But this takes a lot of the Upside away from henderson Henderson should still be the primary fantasy option for this good offense. So he's certainly not dead. He's very low. He's a low end rb to for me. I have him behind. James robinson now That's why james robinson went from twenty to nineteen hundred. But sony is. Sony is capable. And he will siphon a lot of a lot of away from daryl henderson. hunterston up in the two hundred and seventy kerry range a lot..

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"etienne" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"By yourself. Presented by pristine auction buyer sell robbie. Anderson will lead the carolina wide. Receivers in receptions for twenty twenty one yet ninety five receptions last year and you have essentially robbie anderson terrorist marshall junior and dj more. I believe it was very intentional. Here to put in carolina wide receivers as not christian. Mccaffrey at christian. Mccaffrey had more receptions. The previous two full seasons he was up over a hundred in both of them and would have been my answer. But i'll i'm gonna by this. I mean i think robbie anderson plays this role in the offense and if you wanted a pat on the but to the fact that they're committed to him in the possession roll. It would be three times. Yeah i mean they. They just signed him to a contract extension yesterday so while i do believe this will be a. Dj more breakout season. I don't believe that means he'll surpass him. In total total receptions digi more is very much the mike lavigne's to the possession godwin sort of dynamic in my opinion all buy. That's that's how it started out as well when it when it comes to the wide receivers. You've got a rookie really dominating the slot role and I i'm not gonna go and say tears marshals to lead this team with these other two wide receivers in dj more while he very well. I mean he's being drafted. I he will probably have the most fantasy points on the roster. He is my number one fantasy option. It doesn't come via the most receptions on the team. The way that they use robbie anderson last year i think is the way they want to continue to use him as more of a possession guy So yeah i. I mean we all know my love for robbie anderson. I do have him leading the team in receptions. Yeah he's he feels very safe at this point of just look what he did last year. Maybe maybe he Get some more touchdown variance going his direction. Which based off the amount of receptions and yards. He he really should but he he feels like a very safe. Pr type of a fantasy player. I wanna be clear. Because i think jason thinks. I don't like crabby anderson. But i had him on my roster last year for the entirety of the season. And i just experienced what high reception low touchdowns was like for. Robbie i would comp him to. He's the carolina deontay johnson and they have a worse quarterback than big ben. Okay yeah that's fair and so. I think that the odds of the touchdowns going through the roof aren't high but he's a great receiver. And you don't catch you know you talk about targets being a skill based metric. He had one hundred thirty six targets last year in this offense and then they said well we're going to reward you for that and build you a fundamental element in moving the football. So we're all buying that. Yeah this was an easy one hall man. I love robbie anderson that was by herself to put the brakes. Yes i mean you're innocent. Is i know who loves him. Whatever i know a guy who knows a guy. Hey come or leave them. I think i mean you've come through some of the final destiny jason. I mean clyde. Looks like he's going to start the year and You know. Cd inevitably will come off the covert list and over. This is great for cd the on the covert list all that does is it keeps him safe from injury because i love. This had no idea where that was over. Great was the quote. We all got continued it for what i'm saying. I'm saying he can't get injured on the football field while the hill giddy reserve list. And so that's what i what. I love about kelvin. Gracious you shaking your head shaking my head because That wasn't what i was saying. I know but you know. Sometimes you pointed the certain things a certain way and we just. We're just on guard. We're just protecting you. Yeah i mean we're protecting you from. We're using protection from us. I am a good meat shield. I am I will say that in a war. Grab my if you can lift me. I will stop those bullets to be fair our producers in kyle all win on red alert win. That sentence began. So we'll just try to be more patient and Let you walk you through. That was by herself from pristine auction. Use the code ballers to get a ten dollar. Credit news and notes from around. The league presented vice sleeper so.

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Jaguars RB Travis Etienne Likely out for 2021 NFL Season With Lisfranc Injury

Clark Howard

01:09 min | 11 months ago

Jaguars RB Travis Etienne Likely out for 2021 NFL Season With Lisfranc Injury

"etienne" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on Establish The Run

"To have to play with his hair on fire at times because of the offensive line. It's going to put him in position to have a lot of scrambles this year. Not just the design runs. But the scrambles and that rushing line nine seventy seven one over seventy snaps as you mentioned. That's almost a full. That's roughly a full games worth of snaps. And i think that that provides a little snapshot into what we can sort of expect from him on a near weekly basis he at ohio state justin fields average nearly forty rushing yards per start. He's a guy who runs sub four five and that's obviously going to be a huge part of his game. Yeah i will say. I think you could say hey. Trillions is better because the team the environment. The coaching is just so much better than it is in chicago. And i buy that to some degree but man fields can mitigate that with a lot of rushing especially if you think that the lance rushing stuff in the preseason real will see on that carson wentz man i mean dude has foot surgery or whatever happened to his foot already back on back practice do the first hour of practice in seven on seven was all carson wentz on monday no soreness or whatever it goes back he's pricing again tuesday at this point i'd be shocked if carson wentz didn't start week one you have michael pittman up at one hundred and third overall wide receiver forty eight. I believe bump. Jonathan taylor backup slightly from where he was. What are you thinking about the colts. Now that it seems like carson wentz is going to be back for week one. Yeah i mean. I still think that a lot of questions remain carson. Wentz was one of the worst quarterbacks in football last season Even though it looks like now he has a decent chance to start week one. What his is health situation going to be. I mean carson. Wentz is a good athlete when he's at one hundred percent and his legs were a big part of his game is any of that going to be compromised as he comes back from the injury is he gonna trust the foot. You know an enough. Pull off scrambles and you know is is. He gonna is gonna have setbacks early in the season. I mean i still think a lot of questions remain. He's not a quarterback that i'm targeting really even to quarterback leagues But i do think that him being out. There is good news for michael pittman. Michael pittman is not necessarily a big time separation receiver and carson wentz one consistent theme throughout his career has been a willing to willingness to pull the trigger on tight window throws and i think their their styles. Their games could mesh as long as carson. Winston can stay in their babel narrative as well on my compliment. I like michael pitman. I like him at. Adp a little bit more than jonathan. Certainly no problem with jonathan. Tell you have him fifteenth overall. I think a lot of people have at least a chance to get him there. Let's go to earth smith's satire kankkonen's missed both preseason games but i was still encouraged. That smith played fifteen of fifteen snaps with kirk cousins. I don't know that there's a lot to take away here other than irv. Smith remains extremely young covered off. Gone all this. Talk about tyler. Conklin i have not bought bought it really. I think it's good chance to buy dip on earth. Smith and smith to me is a major break a candidate and there's not a lot to go around from a volume perspective but man he can score plenty of touchdowns. Especially if you think. Adam feelings touchdown rate regressive side like smith. I don't think there's a lot to say here. But i do like. They just wanted to point out. Fifteen or fifteen first team snaps with kirk cousins. Any thoughts on him. Evan irv smith. I drafted i in the first half a pc main event draft. That i did this year. And i've drafted him in another up in in a number of other spots at dickey's at this point in my highest drafted tight end. And it'd be look back at those comments. That mike zimmer made just before training camp where he was like now earth. Smith's role isn't going to change. Tyler conklin is gonna fill the cow rudolph role in the first of all. Mike zimmer defensive guy and he's not necessarily dictating ofensive usage and i think the earth smith is talented enough to buck. what What mike zimmer expectations were for him and to earn that role. I i really like him as a pick. He's going right around. I think like titan twelve. Yeah so and i think he's a value pick there yet and if something were to happen with justin jefferson or adam zealand like the floodgates can open verve smith. Yeah you have him t- ten ahead of fant ahead of just sukey ahead of goddard who will get to in a second speaking of preseason usage. Nashi harris man. I mean we expected this but still good to see and it's eye-opening in today's nfl. To see stamps with the starters. This preseason najji harris forty five anthony macfarlane six everyone else zero. I mean this is setting up for nausea harris levian bell type usage. And we know. My time likes to do this even with guys. That aren't that good. I mean he tried to do this with dangelo. Williams rashard mendenhall guys. Remember him had the role for a little bit. James connor had the role for a little bit too. It's just they are the one of the few teams that like to use one running back you have moved nausea up to your rb ten in the latest rankings ahead of mixing ahead of antonio gibson ahead of nick chubb talked to the people about nausea and the big concern for most people is offensive line. But as we've discussed that's an overrated a negative factor as it pertains to ninety harassed because you wanna bet on guys that have a chance at three hundred fifty touches and right now. I don't know if you could name six or seven backs with a better chance.

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"etienne" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"etienne" Discussed on Establish The Run

"Best ball streets. Their puppy tournament is just five dollars to get in. If you sign up for our draft kit and you've never had underdog account before you get thirty five dollars credit easy game. Eat if you already have an underdog count. They'll just give you ten dollars because you have the etr draft kit. Let's get into it here and we have bad news to start real bad news. Actually feel bad for the kid. Obviously feel bad for anybody. Who's drafted him travers at. Ti is going to miss the entire season after injuring his foot against the saints on monday night. Football sad times. And it's sad. Because i think even had some sharp plays on jaguars to win. They have sea south. I think that hurts that. I think it hurts. Trevor lawrence helps james robinson who i personally had a pretty big fade on evan immediate reactions to travis at tea and missing the entire season. It sucks heat injuries. But you know the the beat must go. On and john james robinson was actually in the overvalued section. And he's gonna. i'm at the pull him out because he's gonna rocket up the rankings. I mean he's probably gonna end up somewhere around or be twenty overall. If not a little bit higher he does have three down skill set as he showed an undrafted rookie. Last year. carlos. Hyde is almost certainly going to be involved. But he's never been a particularly adept pass catcher in. I think that at the end of the day james robinson is now staring back at a role where he could see sixteen twenty touches a game. Yeah and by the way. It's twelve fifteen on tuesday. This news just broke from adam. Schefter mentioned about five minutes ago. We have not had a chance to fully digest this yet. I will say that. I think james robinson was a feed for me because lack of asking rome and it was so clear. Chavez was gonna take a lot of the past work and siphon off a decent amount of early down work. Now you can project james robinson who was running with the first team on a majority early down snaps anyways as every back. Go back and listen to brandon talk about this jaguars offensive line. Jaguars offensive line could be very good. So man robinson is going to scream up the boards are rankings. We'll be updating for that by the time this comes out any other effects on the jaguars you think past games. Chenault i mean there are some risks. Chenault was going to overlap. Which is out the window now and i still like. This is my favorite of the jaguars wider savers. Any thoughts there. Liska chenault is going to see some upward movement On on mytalk one fifty as a player that they had sort of designated a roll like a gadget role and a manufacturer touch role that urban meyer initially wanted cadavers. Tony to fill but he went in front of the jags they went with. Travis t. n. Tragedy chan's out for the year. I think if you look at throughout the rest of their depth chart throughout the rest of their skill positions la- viscous chenault makes the most sense to fill that role in addition to he was already locked into to the slot receiver duties so yeah i think that he's gonna move up At least a few spots in the top fifty all right be sure you're checking out the rankings. Again these will be updated by the time. This podcast comes out. I want to move on to the rushing rookie quarterbacks who have been a huge part of our draft process this year trae lance and justin fields. I'm i don't wanna say worried. But i thought it was notable that on sixty three preseason snaps treat lance's only rushed one time one time for eight yards. Meanwhile justin fields in about seventy snaps nine kerry seventy nine yards and one touchdown. I'm curious what you think. Do you think this is a preseason thing with trae lance running. Do you think this is the coach's telling him hey don't go out there and get killed. It's the preseason work on your progressions or lance maybe more of a pocket passer than we envisioned and to me. I still like trae but that we cap his ceiling. Plenty what do you think about trailing. It's not rushing hardly at all in the preseason. I really don't make anything. I don't have any strong takeaways from it from a negative standpoint that they're not gonna use them as a runner. I think that actually go back. And listen to the schefter pod and he talked about how he was really trailing his Football i q. Football i intelligence. That really put him over the edge when they were making that that third overall pick but it also. I am sure how to do. Well in schefter mentioned this that there were just things trae lance could do on the field that match jones could not in one of them is be a dynamic dual threat and he absolutely was at north dakota state in his second year there his only full year as a starter. He ran for eleven hundred yards and fourteen touchdowns any averaged over the course of his college career. Seven yards per carry so. I absolutely think that's going to be a big part of their offense. Just like it was with kyle shanahan in washington with rg three yep and trillions played a reasonably good game in the preseason games still expect him to have at least a fifty fifty shot if not better to start week one. Meanwhile though man justin fields. I mean it would be humiliating to start andy dalton over justin fields and yet you can say the offense disaster. That's true but just the fields has the legs to avoid it. Andy dalton is going to get killed back there. Just feel already. Nine kerry seventy nine yards and one touchdown in roughly seventy snaps are so low but more than one games worth so yeah with the offensive line situation. I mean i think justin fields and trae land actually really close right now. I know trillions goes a good round or two before lance. But i'm encouraged by what i've seen from justin fields in the preseason. How close do you think he is too trae lance right now. Yeah i think that the gap if there was a big one. I think it is absolutely narrowed. I think that you can put more trust into the forty niners offense as an entity. Then you can into the bears offense but from rushing standpoint. I mean there..

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"etienne" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"etienne" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"I didn't say it. I don't know why. Now since the year has ended the Panthers have traded quarterback, Teddy, Bridgewater Denver, then they traded for quarterback. Sam darnold. And I went another thing. I nailed told you guys, I knew Teddy wasn't the long-term plan at quarterback, I don't know that. He's feel bad for Teddy Bridgewater, man, his career was so exciting in Minnesota and it never got back together since then. And the reality is that Good quarterbacks all the time are put in situations. Where, like New York, the Jets were not a situation where he was set to succeed. He was never going to be about Drew Brees, you know, you kind of get one opportunity where when you're first, drafted a team will really believe in you put a lot behind you and Gardner mentions. A guy in Jacksonville where I wish that he would build around him. I wished the Jaguars built around him won't because once the shine is kind of run stuff a quarterback. They never again like you're not going to build around a thirty-seven-year-old quarterback. No one does that unless you're Tom Brady and it's it's just kind of sad. So Teddy Bridgewater. I knew it wasn't a long-term plan at quarterback. I was right about that but I was a little bit sad at a twinge of sadness cuz I like Teddy. I think he's awesome and I feel his career has just been kind of like God what kind of a missed opportunity? Like dang it man. You know in the right scenario with a really good team around him Teddy. Bridgewater could have been awesome. Now, it is worth noting that 11 of the Carolina Panthers losses. I guess, let me, let me back up the Panthers went five and eleven last year they lost eleven games. Eight, eight of the 11, losses wage by one score or less. So the Panthers did really compete last year, they lost by three points to New Orleans. They lost a Kansas City, the defending Champion by two points, they lost to the Packers by faith. Like this is a team that was regularly in the mix, even if they weren't winning a lot of games. And by the way, that's in a year, when their star player Christian McCaffrey, they're running back was hurt. He owned three games at high ankle sprain. I think part of that was Carolina was like this year, doesn't matter. We're not going to risk the future of Christian McCaffrey on this, you know, kind of down year in 2028. And you know losing those eleven games did help Carolina get a better draft pick, they drafted Corner, JC horn out of South Carolina. So I feel really good about the Carolina Panthers, rebuild so long. Our they've done a lot to upgrade and rebuild their team. The defense that you stand out rookies last year, they had Derek Brown defensive tackle, who was it's a position, doesn't get a lot of shine but I thought he did well. They had a safety. Jeremy chin was in the mix for Rookie of the Year, kind of came out of nowhere for a lot of people and was like, wow,.

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"etienne" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"etienne" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"Oh my goodness, good morning, good afternoon, whatever it is for you. I hope you're having a fantastic. My name is Zach shomler. This is strong opinion. Sports episode 353. Welcome in. It is sweltering outside, it's very hot. I got the AC on. I don't think you can hear it in the background. Pray to whatever deity is alive or out there that you guys cannot hear the sound of the AC blowing. It's sweltering. Really hot. I already said that, I guess I'm wearing like, loose-fitting shirts, trying to have short sleeves doing the best I can. It's we're entering summer, it's going to get much worse, but just cross your fingers. I'll probably a sweaty Pig by the end of the show. Who cares? No massive storm today. There's no, like, gigantic earth-shattering thing? No big trade know, this know that. But there's a lot of little stuff that's been going on in the Sports World and football. I admittedly don't I love baseball. I probably watch dog. More of the American wiffle Association. Like my friends, have a wiffle ball league up. North near Seattle. I watch more of that than I watch Major League Baseball. I love playoff baseball. I'm still not quite into it yet basketball. We're getting close to time to pay attention. Like, I mean, I watch an occasional games but really diving and really give a, I'm just not there yet but a lot of NFL stuff going on. I also want to do a reminder, I think people don't realize you can listen to the show on iTunes on Spotify, in case you don't want to watch it. You can't listen to it. I'm the guy. I don't watch podcast at all. I put in my ear, I walk around, I do dishes, I do laundry or whatever. I always have podcasts on the background. Never Sports podcast, though. By the way, I don't listen to sports media. At all. I read news and that's about it off. We're doing predictions versus reality later today for the NFC South. That's the Carolina Panthers. The Falcons, the Buccaneers New Orleans. Got some really good asks at questions today at the end of the show, like, you guys brought the juice. It's awesome. We're starting a new tradition at the end of the show, but I want to start today with a bunch of news. Here's a fun one right at the very top. Number one, silly fun story. I know it's a story, but did anybody see the picture? But Lanta Falcons running back, Mike Davis, there's not a lot of substance here but man, he's got this massive like just his legs are huge and if you, I'm going to put it on screen here watching and YouTube. I know it plugged. The audio audio people, I apologize. Go look it up former Panthers running back. Now in Atlanta, Mike gave us it's just a fun picture. Like, oh my goodness, shockingly. Shockingly huge thighs. Like the problems than my head literally like, oh, all right. That's what's going down Atlanta? Other news, former Washington, defensive and Ryan Kerrigan has signed a one-year deal with the, the Philadelphia Eagles. He spent ten years in Washington. He's now on their division rival in Philly..

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"etienne" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"etienne" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Yeah throughout this whole process I have been training in california with Ricky parole and it's been great working with him and Just learn from someone that has been the league as long as he has playing and coaching You know for me. I've been working on just having great work At the beginning of the row and at the end of the route And just like. I talked about earlier honing in on details so just continue to work on things. That rookies taught me And just kind of make sure that you know. I'm ready to go when my name called. But one thing that we do know you name will be called on draft weekend. We'll be excited to see you. Continue to progress your career unless football league. Thanks so much. Joined the program that you so much. It's opportunity but not a surprise Right i mean just a real polished kid right impressive and somebody that i think's gonna make a really good day three pick for somebody. Yeah he's talented player. He makes big plays for the cougars. All the time certainly helps when the quarterback your roommate you guys have a level of synergy in connection to make those things happen particularly when you're working off the script but he's really really good player. I think it was interesting. Dj after We finish taping. We had a chance to continue to talk and us talking about working out in preparing his relationship. With ricky pro ricky. Pro this training against ricky pros working with some of the wide receivers at repertoire. Sports of the tone is in bed group. And i had to tell him that Ricky parole was a senior when i was a freshman in north carolina and as i was entertained. The prospect of maybe going to wait for his rookie. Roy was the guy and then fast forward later. I'm scouted with the carolina panthers As a part of that team they goes the super bowl thirty eight and the appreciation. That i've always have ricky role as a route runner. And the fact that he is were with him told him that. I believe that's going to help them. Because ricky knows all the tricks of the trade in debt She's certainly help. Dax become of much better player and have a chance to write his own path in the league. I don't think people realize how long ricky role played he played for a long time in the nfl. One of the pure route runners a great teacher as well so a great resource to tap into no doubt. Well it's gonna be interesting to see how the draft goes buck. I do feel like we're in a pretty good place where we know how it looks at the top of the draft. But it's gonna get interesting man. Time is ticking down. And i think maybe we got another move or two before the draft starts to spend a wild ride here in the lead up to the draft. Oh it should be crazy being like. I think we're gonna see more moves is. We've seen all the domino's began to fall was the quarterbacks we still got a couple of weeks. It was still have teenage playing musical chairs trying to find their qb. One that it's going to be fun. We look forward to it Looking forward to you guys hang with us here reminder. we've got our three sixty episodes. They are right around the corner. Where we're going to take a deep dive on these quarterbacks. You're doing with zack. Wilson we're doing justice fields and trevor lawrence where we talked to family members People have known them back to high school and even some before high school college coaches teammates..

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"etienne" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"etienne" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Instant instantly Me i have cnn. That is kind of disturbing to me even just be in mount drought. For instance. a people want to be Take great situation I'm we putting any kind of offense. Now make the best either or together. Big old left. Tackle mci becton and so you have an opportunity. Run behind them in a in a scheme that we shouldn't allow running backs average tremendous amount of success seriously A that love to see you know so in thinking about clubs in your program guys have been so successful and so there's naturally a lot of attention on the players they had one of the players has been trevor lawrence. What is it like to play with trevor lawrence. What did you like an auto trout. He's cool calm collected. I mean he really buses opinion. But when you do everyone stops listen and athlete trail disguised little for him a man. I mean it was really a great spirits. Humblest bishops play with number one quarterback Eventually after me undefended grateful Got to play with him. Amin man though those contact for granted but looking back on it. You're the special moment. Was you know you guys were very very special. You guys accomplished a lot and it's funny because both you guys were very young players when he won the national title Did it ever seem like he was overwhelming for you or for trevor. Like to step in step on that big stage in really lead the team No sir not an alum. Just done a cost. How like that goes credits. At ju just to the group god that we had around us alive adults each for trump to step in lead because everyone so about their business a we all have one common goal so it was easy for him to step in there in. Just do you know so when thinking about one common goal what is your go as you head into the national football league will be one of the things that you would like to accomplish as rookie player leap. Well my season that is going to be able to say. I released Every that had on its own enough. So a big piece of me as ricky mad as supposed to. But i mean. I live back on my rookie season. As long as i can say is us. Every moment never made the most I'll be happy. Look we're excited for you. We're happy to see Really excited you you name call in a month or so. The nfl draft. So best of luck to you. Thanks much joined the mood and six pockets and those are thank you for having a buck. Great job man Great listened to him. I mean everything you hear about him. From a character leadership standpoint talking to the folks at clemson is outstanding. And you get a little bit.

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Why Did Cloud9 Just Pull Out of CS:GO?

Esports Minute

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Why Did Cloud9 Just Pull Out of CS:GO?

"Heartbreaking news out of the Counter-Strike seen a cloud 9 announced that they would be pausing their involvement with csgo as well as disbanding their current team noting the difficulties in remote training for the team as well as the inability to physically assemble as a group for Thursday at training all the reports indicate that after the team's failure to qualify for the EPL season, 13 playoffs. The organization was more inclined to quote unquote stopped their csgo project Counter-Strike new site Rush of minutes to get an exclusive interview with Cloud 9 founder and CEO Jack Etienne where he stated that Global events of drag on longer than the US based organisation expected and was causing undue stress is a difficult is in providing boot camps housing and mental health for the players. Although the writing was on the wall. The news still comes as a shock for an organization. That was really a few years removed from winning half a million dollars at the Boston game. Etsy and emphasize that this would only be a temporary pause or the organization but that the iteration of the next scene would unfortunately had to look very different from the current glasses in their official announcement Cloud me confirms. They remain passionate about competing in csgo, but that they can't return to compete until conditions allow us to work and train the ways we know help teams be successful. Of course what happens to the players correct on the roster will be unknown. Although rumors abound they tweets from the players may head towards a jump to another team or a jump to a competing seen in Valor n't Riot games announcing a new champagne today while also continuing to disable another through Pro play the champion and known as Gwen was T's on a trailer on their website earlier today, but one of their Champions remains literally unplayable for five patches now and will soon be unplayable for a sixth-straight patch the head of the EU LCS Maximilian peterschmidt confirmed at VA go a champion released three months ago will continue to be disabled through the League of Legends midseason Invitational wage. Too persistent bug issues. MSI is set to begin on May 6th. Lumbago was released mid-January.

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Wichita State holds on to surprise No. 6 Houston 68-63

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Wichita State holds on to surprise No. 6 Houston 68-63

"Outreach Gilbert and Tyson Etienne each scored sixteen points for Wichita state sixty eight sixty three win over number six Houston Gilbert was three for four from beyond the arc for the shockers who were ten of twenty two from three point range it was a satisfying win for a team I was leading the game let's make history Afghanistan let's make history you know in in the guise file do we did just that so it's an amazing feeling to do that it was Wichita state's first home win over a top sixteen since knocking off number two Louisville in February nineteen sixty seven the shockers moved into first place in the American athletic conference at ninety two percentage points ahead of the eleven and three Cougars Dejan Perot led Houston with sixteen points I'm Dave very

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Why Tech Companies Are Limiting Police Use of Facial Recognition

Short Wave

09:33 min | 1 year ago

Why Tech Companies Are Limiting Police Use of Facial Recognition

"All right emily kwong so. We're talking about this announcement from a string of tech companies that they are going gonna put limits on their facial recognition technology especially when it comes to law enforcement amazon microsoft and ibm yes on june eighth. Ibm said it would discontinue general purpose facial recognition or analysis software altogether. Get out of the business completely and it made an impression after. Ibm's big letter. Amazon announced a one year moratorium on sales of they're very popular software recognition spelled with a k. To law enforcement to give congress time to implement appropriate rules so a one year ban. Yes microsoft took it a step further saying it wouldn't sell products to law enforcement at all until a federal law is in place. Here's microsoft president. Brad smith speaking to the washington post we need to use this moment to pursue a strong national law to govern facial recognition that is grounded in the protection of human rights and for matali in conde who has been pushing for regulation changes in tech for years. This was a big deal when these words were coming out of silicon valley. She felt all of the feelings. My initial was thank god. Thank god i was. I was happy. I was pleased. I was optimistic. I was short of breath. I was exhausted. Tally is the ceo of ai. For the people a fellow at both harvard and stanford universities for her. These announcements shifted the conversation. But that's about it. So i'm pleased. It's got us incredibly far but we're by no means the woods not out of the woods because for all of the advancement and facial recognition systems. Still get it wrong. They'll incorrectly match folks what's called a false positive or fail to associate the same person to two different images of false negative. Yeah and what's vaccine. Is these errors are happening. More often. when the machines are analyzing dark-skinned faces and that can disproportionally affect already marginalized communities prone to unconscious bias at the hands of law enforcement leading to false accusations arrests and much worse so until there's action on this metallic said words just aren't enough gotcha. So let's unpack this a little bit. Let's talk about how biased gets into facial recognition systems in the first place. I'd love that okay. So it starts right with how the systems learn to do their jobs. A process known as machine learning so to make facial recognition systems engineers feed algorithms large amounts of what's called training data in this case. That would be pictures of human faces. Yes the way machines learn is that they repeat task again and again and again and again and again developing a statistical model for what a face is supposed to look like so if you wanted to teach the algorithm to recognize a man you'd put in like millions of pictures of men you got it. The machine will then measure the distance between the eyes on each picture the circumference of the nose for example the ear to measurement and over time the machine starts to be able to predict whether the next image it seeing is quote a man which sounds okay right here comes the but but the machine is only a smart as its training data so remember joy ghulam weenie who i mentioned at the top of the episode. Yeah the the mit yes. So she and her colleague timid gabe developed a way to skin color in these training sets and the two they looked at were overwhelmingly composed of lighter skinned subjects. Seventy nine percent for ibi dash a and eighty six percent. For etienne's these are two common data sets that were largely as joy. Put it pale and male. So basically the training data used to create these algorithms is not diverse. And that's how that bias gets in The diversity of human beings is not always being represented in these training sets and so faces outside the systems norm. sometimes don't get recognized. Here's matala explaining what the research meant to her. That goes back to this other issue of not just hiring but a bigger issue of those no one in the team to say that you haven't put all the faces you haven't put all the digital images of all human beings could look like in the way that they sharpen society in order to recognize these faces. And it's so. After realizing how unbalanced these training sets were joy intimidate decided to create their own with equality in race and gender to get a general idea of how facial ai systems performed with a more diverse population so basically they fed it more diverse pictures to to look at. Yeah it was kind of interesting. They used images from the top ten national parliaments in the world with women in power specific yes specifically picking african and european nations and they tested this new data against three different commercially available systems for classifying gender one made by ibm the second microsoft and the third by face plus plus an running these tests joint him knit found clear discrepancies gender and racial lines with darker skinned faces getting mis classified the most. Here's mut-ali again. So one of the things that joy blue armies amazing work looks. That is the coloration between short hair and gender so many many many black women with afros where mislabeled as men mis gendered because the system had trained itself to recognize short hair as a male trait and this research project mattie produced a massive ripple effect further studies legislation in december the national institute of standards and technology or nist published a big paper of its own testing one hundred eighty nine facial recognition algorithms from around the world and they found biases to looking at one global data set some algorithms in their study produced one hundred times more false positives with african and asian faces compared to eastern european ones and when tested using another data set of mug shots from the us. The highest false positives were found among american indians with higher rates in african american and asian populations again depending on the algorithm. Wow yeah that is not what you want from your data. And i'm guessing white. Men benefited from the highest accuracy rates. Yes they did now. The knicks study did conclude that the most accurate algorithms demonstrated far less demographic bias but for multi. This evidence of bias raises a bigger question about the ethics of relying on. Ai systems to classify and police at all the problem with ai. Systems machine learning is that they're really really really good at standard routine tasks and the issue with humans is that we are not standard. We're not routine. Were actually massively messy right. We're not the same but when a police officer searches face in the system. They're not making arrests based on just spat match alone are they. Oh absolutely not. Yeah it's a tool for identifying potential suspects but if you think about how there's already implicit bias in policing critics. A facial recognition are basically saying. It doesn't make sense to embrace technologies riddled with bias to right if all this research has shown. These tools are capable of misidentifying black people. We cannot use biometric tools that discriminate against a group of people who are ready discriminated against within the criminal justice system but policing most specifically mattie. When i first spoke to mut-ali in march she was open to moratoriums on facial. Recognition like amazon is doing buying time for these systems to improve regulations to be put in place but the protests have her views. Because why why am i being moderate with completely reimagined how we interact with technology so now she wants to see facial recognition banned from law enforcement use which some cities in the us have done. Moutallos has tried to push for legislation to outlaw discrimination in technology before but it seems like now people are paying attention and have a language for talking about structural racism that they just didn't have before whether why america listened to me or not. I was gonna continue with this work. I believe that technology should be an empowering force for all people and that's my work but now having old and new ala not just allies but co-conspirators bright. I'm so happy. Because i didn't think would happen in my lifetime and it's an it's

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What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells

Bitcoin Radio

06:14 min | 1 year ago

What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells

"You often described Trillion as a microbe aiming service. But i think it's a lot of other things as well. And i know one of the things that make you you. All unique is your focus on you know helping freelance for the gig. Economy third world countries right. 'cause you're actually helping them get paid in the etienne currency. So can you talk a little bit about. Have you seen any upticks in usage related to geography free during this time. I'm sure there's obviously many people looking for work and many people even Switching industries right. They just they just kinda want to survive in the best roy. Difficult cool about same. Things changed because because all dates are being pretty wild. We only launched pools during covid pretty much. Most of the february twenty twenty where mesa madness was going on and it has been a bit of a welwyn to win all suggest before cameras coors nineteen thousand and fifty talks. Fifteen thousand tubs on the platform fall off of more than than i thought we would be. They sites in all in a life cycle. And it's it's a really amazing thing to say that word of mouth which is which is now joining the whole ecosystem is it's been an actual rate thing so identity have data specifically A change i would imagine the likes of five hundred People who've been around for a long time next release deductible on Extrapolate specifically about cogan unfortun- got it's understandable because yeah sometimes in crypto. You don't have that direct data but why do you think you've seen such large growth in just the the community and like you mentioned. There's a lot of other alternative freelancing opportunities and focusing on this one thing. Because i read a lot about how people in the in the third world like you said word of mouth. They're all kind of talking to each other and accepting this currency as their new as their new valid currency. I think for a lot of people in the us It's sometimes hard to understand that perspective because a lot of our money and foundation is stays the same in its stable but when you talk about third world countries these people in many in many ways their skilled but they can't even get a paid inefficient raids right. So what do you think makes you all unique in that sense to to cater to this new generation. Maybe talk a little bit about that. This what is the effects of this new generation. When they start them they start to earn and work at Earning crypto per se rather than traditional Like what effect is half so first of all. We re still with your idea of every running freedoms platform ourselves. I mean we all. We don't select turning. We've this idea of having a very small highlands very very transaction fee to give you. The spirits appear payment system. There is insanely cheap to use almost free not want free but mike is microscopic fraction of a fraction of essent transactions. So it made you mike. You could make a two cent four cent transaction in a gun which is all twenty cent transactional fifty cent. Transaction solid transaction sizes. You couldn't possibly do on the on. The vase of mouse to coordinate Really very efficiently because most of the payment providers should providers charge of minimum of twenty or thirty cents per transaction so micro payments all really not that sixty two to traditional finance and then we shall ending slightly more helping to the twenty thousand dollar range which still to to the global twenty of thirty dollars. Sounds like peanuts bucks. A year said life changing of money for lots of people with good skills so but when he gets back. You still got the site of transfer. Bank banking system is antiquated. And it's antiquated evening. If you go to the united states want to save money from one place in the united states to another or in the fight from the uk to to else of the that. It's pretty good now. So you know you can do soon as you move outside of that country a money approach to your skin certainly probably three days before i see it here if i wanna far outside of your it may take considerable. You want relocate writing three minute drive at all then you have to try and track them down and some banks somewheres filling in a form doing something or is lost it so we've got quite a few of them some of your choice to build a relationship and so you feel a free. Three beat render eka might three being models. He's gonna laptop can make three two months. These scandals has the time to build that relationship. You have to be able to send him a twenty dollars in the thirteen doors. And he's in nigeria. We caught them us. Pay pal okay. Any use western union money transfer. Because that's gonna cost you hope that on the money just to send it so subtly you limited as to why you can get height so the traditional if you can call traditional in a fairly disruptive industry that freelance industry is disrupt table read the wheel of disrupting that further by giving access to this massive body of people all brilliant skills just skills as anyone else so don't donate affect their own back mike. You say they're going to do aerobics jolt doing fred. And they don't want that much money and they call physically get paid when banking acog high-power but so boy this thing that training having easy implements it makes really is so easily and it's almost season for them. It isn't quite instantaneous. That go to work deliberate. It's fourteen minutes july between delivering and getting pike.

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"etienne" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"etienne" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Another thing i find it for thirty one dollars. This is before all those big champagne. Sales are gonna come up for the holidays. Come december you're gonna find a lot of great pricing grower producer. Winds don't have the marketing that malaysia of dom perignon or chris stoller up. I can name a ton of them. They don't have their marketing expertise. Those people you know they make their winds are synonymous with luxury and prestige. These smaller guys compete with the good wines at a really good price. And that's why you want to look for the are on a label. Why is cheap wine finder drinking champagne because there's value in all price range and this has just seen as beautiful. It's got acidity. If you never actually understood what he's talking about with acidity find a bottomless wanting to take a few sips and you will understand exactly what acidity is filed. It's just the seamless and it's not complicated. It's not complex. All the flavors are just right where they need to be in the right amount. I'm gonna take another sip. Is that good. I mean i might just talking to drink the rest of pick up at the end. It's bright it's alive. It's got great flavor. It's not just about nothing. Goes overboard shis sleek in dallas scott twelve percent alcohol which is really nice rain just as just a really nice job of making wine. I always kinda liked pinot noir in my champagne. Maybe sometimes more than anything else and here. It's sixty percent chardonnay. And it's doing it for me Get their christmas with chardonnay. And you get a little bit of around us with the piano wire. I'm really digging it myself. Yeah there you go grower producer. We'll get into more of the stuff as we get near the holidays. But i just had a pop the top and have some fun tonight and keep a cheap but.

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QB Uiagalelei rallies No. 1 Clemson to 34-28 win over BC

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

QB Uiagalelei rallies No. 1 Clemson to 34-28 win over BC

"Top ranked Clemson rallied from eighteen points down to beat Boston College thirty four twenty eight freshman DJ younger lately threw for three hundred forty two yards and two touchdowns in place of Heisman Trophy candidate Trevor Lawrence who sat out after testing positive for co the nineteen back at a great team your new laws executed came out second half rolling that route the first chance walking young ladies performance proved even more important after head coach Dabo Swinney announced that Lawrence will also miss next Saturday's clash with fourth ranked Notre Dame Travis Etienne became the agency's all time rushing leader his second TD put the Tigers ahead for good as clubs and stormed back after being down twenty eight ten I'm Dave very

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Clemson's Travis Etienne breaks ACC all-time rushing record vs. Boston College football

CBS Sports Radio

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Clemson's Travis Etienne breaks ACC all-time rushing record vs. Boston College football

"For one player Trevor Laurence tested positive on Wednesday meeting. He was out today against Boston College deejay we angle Ole, the freshmen. Getting his first career start and Clemson spotted Boston College 28 10 lead late in the second quarter. But the Tigers in the fourth still in their thanks to their defence, gave in the offense Chance. Take the lead. Right behind you with a young girl able handed together and they take lead. 32 28 11 30 Go for Don monsters on the Clemson Tigers radio network Travis E T end today with more than 43 yards, breaking the all time league rushing record that was held by Ted Brown. They win it. 30 for 28 coming back from 18 down to Boston College through Yongle. Ole was very good 30 of 41 342 yards and a couple of touchdowns Clemson, now seven and over their game next week. At fourth ranked Notre Dame, Whether they'll have Trevor Laurence or not, that's still to be determined. The Irish just underway

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"etienne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"etienne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I 75 between the Selman Expressway and State Road. 60. Paul Cross News radio. W F L A. There could be a scattered shower thunderstorm around this evening later evening things get a bit quieter under partly cloudy skies temperatures 84 degrees. 80 to start the day back in a southwesterly flow, so those mornings are warm with that breeze off the gulf 91 for a high overall rain chance 30% throughout the day. Sun and clouds same for Saturday. A 30% rain chance chance of an early shower Etienne the morning 90 for a high 89 on Saturday with a 40% chance of showers and storms. Southwest winds. 5 to 10 Nazis wanted to look for a light shop Bay Waters. I'm news Channel eight chief meteorologist Steve Jer VI. With the new iPhone SC for less than 100 bucks at Metro, You rule. It's the most affordable iPhone on the number one Brandon Prepaid, whether you're studying online or feast Hey, Mom, the iPhone. ISI has all you need which to Metro and get the iPhone for 99 99 after rebate redemption in six months of service with auto pay Metro by C Mobile rule your day. Limit one per count. Such household requires port 90 validation not valid for numbers currently on the T Mobile network are active on Metro in past 90 days. Restrictions. Apply C store for details. Progress. Is a game of inches. And at Luray Caverns and Inch can take 120 years. Come see what for? Million centuries worth of progress. Looks like Luray Caverns. What will you Discover..

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Brooklyn man shot in the face as violence in New York continues

Radio Surgery

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Brooklyn man shot in the face as violence in New York continues

"Brooklyn Brooklyn man man fighting fighting for for his his life. life. After After being being shot shot Saturday Saturday afternoon. afternoon. Gunfire Gunfire erupted erupted just just after after four four on on Etienne Etienne ST ST Can Can RC RC when when a a 28 28 year year old old man man was was shot shot in in the the face. face. He was rushed to Brookdale Hospital in critical condition. This witness says it was a drive by with the suspect firing around five shots from a moving truck. It's It's becoming becoming on on safe, safe, but but someone someone is is always always pass pass in in the the street. street. Sun's Sun's coming coming up. up. NYPD NYPD reporting reporting at at least least 15 15 shootings shootings for for the the day day is is the the citywide citywide rash rash of of gun gun violence violence continues. continues.

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Bored and Uninspired? How to Get Unstuck and Motivated.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

06:05 min | 2 years ago

Bored and Uninspired? How to Get Unstuck and Motivated.

"Hey sober sellers. It's Lynn. Peachtree. City and today I am feeling man. I just came off two days of celebrating my sober bursaries. If you didn't listen to last week's PODCAST I. Kinda celebrate today's the day. I went into treatment were was still a little drunk and then the day after where I was freer of. The chemicals in my body, and now I'm coming up on Friday. This is Wednesday and on Friday I turn fifty six. So this often happens to me although not unlike most of you I think I'm having some difficulties in figuring out how I feel during the time of the COVID. So I'm going to share some of those feelings that I just started. Thinking about this morning with you here on the podcast guided by what I like to look at when I'm feeling stock and uninspired, and what that means for me when I do feel stuck if I'm thinking more deeply about it and possibly what it could mean to you. So fifty six years is not a short time on the planet, but I sometimes feel as if I've only lived for ten years kind of wider awake. So the patterns that I've developed in my life sure, I can go and take some looks sees back into my twenties and find patterns like I'm seeing today, but they're so much more profound now that I don't dowse myself with alcohol every single day. One of the biggest realizations is for me, I tend to get really bored. Three years of living a certain way whether it's in a certain place or doing a certain thing. But I really see this in myself and not to say, of course, I don't love what I do or love where I'm at. But I start to get a little wonky on the inside and I'm definitely going through one of those phases. I lived in Peachtree city for over three years. I've been doing sober. So recovery and Lynn Matic counseling for Awhile and I'm getting an inch. Not to mention I think a lot of us are feeling really bored because of COVID and I say board with a capital, B. Because we. Have really dug deep into puzzles and artwork and getting creative and yeah. Once again, my guitar sitting out in my living room, probably need to sell that one too because I'm not playing at ultimately, the drive is to get something coming in to our systems something new as I was waking up this morning I. Know I've felt a profound sense of loneliness. In probably the last four months more intensely. I miss being hugged. I. Have Said Numerous Times on the PODCAST and I'm an introvert that doesn't mean, I. Don't go out and get me some hugs every week. Just the tactile stuff that were used to a client and I were discussing this week. How we Miss Window shopping just go into TJ, maxx or wherever you have access to a lot of shopping and walking around uninhibited. Really Kinda just wasting time, but it was meaningful for me and this client that I was talking to I, don't know if that's something that you miss as well or other. Other things sped sure enough. We can't do even those things that we may have not done a lot of pre covid. We don't have a choice anymore. So this intense lonely feeling was coming over me and I couldn't quite figure out why I'm still seeing friends although I think in the last couple of weeks I've shown some signs of loneliness where I'm like, you know turning down those opportunities to be with people a little bit more which was kind of assigned to me that I might need some introspection really diving deeper into why I feel this. Stuck nece especially because I tend to enjoy the more mundane aspects of life I like to sleep I, like to rest I like good food I. Like just time. Things are teaching in me. So I wanted to get to the bottom of or at least somewhere near the bottom of why to take you through how this goes in my a little crazy brain. This morning as I was noodling this idea of what I wanted to talk about I started to I look at loneliness, and of course, type it in Cova with that while I'm googling. Up came tons of articles, mostly by the way from like march through may about how to deal and cope with loneliness in the time of covid. I read those back in March and May, and feel like I've done a lot of those things I've kept up on my connections via text and phone and Zoom I've you know gotten more involved in some groups on social media, I've reconnected to some of those healthier things romy and eating better whereas you know in the beginning I was kind of Etienne love ice cream. And I'm really worked to try and figure out how I can make it through these months of

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Developing long duration energy storage

The Energy Gang

05:48 min | 2 years ago

Developing long duration energy storage

"What a year it's shaping up to be for. Storage manufacturing has taken a hit and some projects are getting delayed for obvious reasons Our analysts that would mackenzie say that. The coronavirus crisis will trim twenty twenty forecasts for Battery Installations. Globally by almost twenty percent. But they still expect it to be a record year and the projects that caught our eye are not going to get built this year but they do show the strength and resiliency of this market a few examples here. A coal plant in North Dakota is going to be replaced. In part with a one acre battery array that uses a new technology capable of discharging for a hundred and fifty hours. That's more than thirty times longer than a lithium ion batteries. The Electric Utility in Hawaii just awarded contracts for sixteen projects that add up to more than three gigawatt hours of storage and those will replace an oil fired. Coal-fired Power Plant in California Southern California Edison signed contracts for seven hundred seventy megawatts of batteries. Many of them paired with solar projects to replace aging gas plants plus in China more hybrid wind solar and battery plants are starting to emerge and wood. Mackenzie expects rapid growth in batteries within China in the coming years. It's the country will lead Asia. This lead Dan Foley who would McKenzie's head of energy storage to proclaim to our journalist at Green Tech Media The utility energy storage market is blowing through milestones faster than we can report them for example those Sei projects are together worth two hundred megawatts more than the entire twenty nineteen market says Fin Foley. So let's go through these. I think we should focus on the bright shiny objects I. What do we know about this form? Energy Project Catherine mentioned this at the end of a recent show so catherine what is Great River Energy who is form energy and what kind of battery could emerge from. This relationship is a great river. Energy is the largest generation and transmission co-op and what that means is it generates and provides power under long-term contracts to a bunch of member. Co Ops like twenty eight member Co ops and this is how a lot of the COP system is formed in the US where they're small co ops that are often serving rural communities. They are very much about keeping costs low for their customers and customers. Own the CO OPS. They are customer owners but then they sign up for long term agreements with these GMT providers. Because it does save the money in the long run and a lot of these. Gmt providers we've seen have these long term contracts For old coal plants and so great river energy is one of those GM GMT's and they made a decision a while back to shut down coal a coal plant call strip and they have been thinking about. How are we going to backfill it? And what are we going to use to do that? And so they've certainly been deploying a lot of renewables and they just recently entered into this agreement with Form Energy and forum is a start up Led by Matteo Harm. Yo who came out of TUSLA. He was the energy storage guru there yet mingchang. Who's an MIT professor? Who has been really another brains behind storage and Ted Wiley who co-founded Aquaman and energy storage company and there are a couple of other. Mit folks. Billy Woodford and Marco Ferrara and there. It's just a team of incredible minds. Who decided to try to calm at storage by thinking about it it as potentially being able to replace all of these Uncaught non cost effective coal plants and so their technology seeks to be super cheap long-duration Nontoxic something you would find everywhere to be able to you know. Put together a type of a flow battery that could just replace the footprint of any fossil fuel plant so that is their goal. And that's what a great river energy has decided to take a bet on. Let's talk about the tech first and then the rural cooperatives piece second jigger. This is a battery. We don't know much about but they call it an aqueous air battery. What does that mean well? Basically in it uses more abundant materials. Because what you find is as that the metals wondering yeah we'll water but also the metals they're using or quite Easy to find and so it's aluminum zinc magnesium etc right. And so so what you find is that they have this ability to use low-cost materials right and they're able to Store lots of energy so when you think about this ad. Matteo talks about this in his interview The way that Lithium. Ion Batteries work is that you can actually charged quickly and discharged quickly but at the same time basically to charge it as to discharge it. And so what you find. Is that these batteries It's around like sort of being able to constrict the nozzle and only making it one megawatt right because you can imagine that you could make a lithium ion battery that's a hundred megawatts incised but only dispatch one megawatt at a time and then make it last one hundred fifty hours now. The problem with that those. It's a super expensive way to get one hundred fifty hour battery whereas this is a much cheaper way. It's it's similar to sort of Etienne redux batteries and others were the basically have this. The fluid that that holds the charge can be expanded at a very low cost. The fuel cell that converts that fluid into energy that's utilized is the expensive

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"etienne" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"etienne" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hundred WLW Etienne that's America's trucking network if you like the afternoon I think I've seen I gave the nod but he was adjusting is had I don't wanna get too close you got like you got protocols and rules and gotta tell loft and moisturize and sanitizing mark nice got to stay away from the cobit nineteen what issues not issues so a friend of mine well used to work with tweet sums this up my neighbors have friends over again can I report them for being D. backs here's the thing are you having people over to the house I'm wondering because you were not supposed to be going out and and I think it was it supposed to be groups groups of under ten is fine over ten is bad right that's the deal and if you're you're doing the distance that you can do this you're clear distance that you know that that's okay too is it seven feet I think is what the deal is done but I'm pretty sure that's the scenario I'm here I I thought I could get away from me right now I feel fine by the way I say that but I know it can change because you got that window of a couple of weeks you you don't know and at this point every and I have you seen what the the symptoms are and I I I I I think I'm okay for now but I I I have allergies it's spring and then the nose will run and then I'll sneeze and then I'll get a little snotty I wake up in the middle of the night I can't breathe and then for a minimum like is is that my launchers on my hands and my nose and then I'm like oh let me take a nasal decongestant bill and then back to sleep I go I think I'm okay so I I have some questions in the midst of all this for you one are you having people over the house if it's a yeah and if you wanna be a Mrs Kravitz is that too much of an obscure reference going back to B. which that's what I would watch when I was a kid home from school in reruns when I was sickly and that was I think was Mrs Kravitz I'm pretty sure it was her name and she was a neighbor and she was always up in their business she was always trying to like figure out exactly what was going on it's like a you know they they were she was a winter of the kids were weird I don't I I don't know hopefully don't have that type a neighbor but maybe then these days you need that I don't like the idea of Big Brother up in my business I don't want to be in your business I got no problems in my life but here's the question I have and I mentioned this at the start of the show people down the street for me I seen when I walk the dog good people could family got some kids everywhere it went they don't know how many seasons they deal with this but they're all about the corn hole I mean they they added the massive backyard in the they have a tons of people who show up in the last week and it was big this weekend I think it's not happening as I'm told and even with that in and then my other friends like whose views how many people you should I tell people about to be getting together and having a party and I'm like well you know they're far enough away to throw the corn hole I don't see anybody given some big hugs and I'm here to hear anybody like this I called in and hacking so this is a question I have for you and if your truck driver right now we're a first responder somebody else out there just helping to make this country run I say thank you for what you do an indictment now is much as ever maybe more than ever when you see police when you see fire when you see rescue when you see trucks out there moving stuff that we need to get the Kroger the grocery store the pharmacy whatever it is that you need a deliveries maybe to your door even given the nod and say because without them I mean you do have nothing will be naked and homeless in it would it be you know then maybe you want to be naked in the home but that's a whole other story just between you and your people I'm just trying to get by my my own how far do you go with this fit into an are you stressed right now are you freaking out all I I have I am going through its elicit emotional roller coaster for a lot of this is you go only to the four oh one K. did you know if if you're real close to retirement that might meet might might be a difficult thing if you're already retired I hope you protected your stuff or maybe it'll bounce back just as quickly as it fell out because I mean literally it's just and it's really just a timeout the problem is is people being able to hold on with these businesses because once things get back to normal my my thought has been that people will be buying things and then either having them shipped or waiting for them to be shipped and then moving ahead in that particular situation but we'll see are are you are you having like an emotional roller coaster situation how are you dealing with the stress are you working from home if you're having to actually go out and work what are you hi how are you dealing with that and I mentioned this before this week really is when it's kicked in and next week here I think full on if I'm not mistaken this is only E. central employees in this facility right so it's just you got to be on the air or E. engineering right I think that's basically what else is there everything else can basically be done elsewhere if there is anything to do is your business like that in in the you know that that but that's a that's a tough situation and then managing your time if you're not used to working on your own I've never like people right over my shoulder trying to get my business and tell me what I gotta do what I gotta do it but I mean I I do the best that I can I I would imagine you're the same way I'm sort of a self starter I guess is what the the term is I don't know try to do the right thing and you get it done when it needs to get done in that and that's the business that this is been for me over the years even when I wasn't doing talk radio because it is a specifically I have children like nine to midnight right and then above those on at midnight and then the next guy and then we can use our like to clock in clock out but for other business stuff it's always been a matter of if you've got this task to do if there's a deadline or whatever you just get it done they didn't give a crap we needed it it is long as it got done what it needed to get done and they they didn't care if you were in the building around the building not every job is like that technology has made this so I think a lot softer cushion of being able to handle something but there's a whole lot of people we've seen those numbers for unemployment jump up just dramatically what was the number that was being floated around earlier this week probably in in the neighborhood of like a twenty percent then there was Joe who we talked to earlier who called I think was from Westchester he's got a bar he's making capital improvements puts new floor in his place he's paying his employees while they're not working so that they're taken care of he's gonna do that for as long as he's able to do it a couple weeks couple months that's a pretty awesome scenario I've never been in a position where companies paid me to not work well that's that's actually that's not exactly true I didn't go shade an exit one for they paid me to go away but it wasn't like like a when you think about being paid to go away I always think a like big time like professional athletes being paid to go away I I was I was not paid to go away and that type of luxuries the kind of scenario but others how are you dealing he stressed out early are you coping with cooking at home or you get along with the family how about the kids are you making more love I don't get weird about that you could get the love the music I don't know Dave if we have that available did any of them to probably some more time I mean if you're cooking at home your socializing at home hopefully you're getting along at home it could be one of those things are you sick of each other in five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred eighteen T. first run what the wrong button run seven hundred WLW than murder what's going on around thank you so much to learn to learn more about going laughter what makes more of this and repair homes damaged folders right including but a false this it also work for now I got a corporate job in an apple sure now if things are still going pretty good so now I have friends who are doing construction stuff what we do search for new homes so use other words stop sorry that we have to stay home you know I can feel I can hang in there no I I got to run I appreciate the call I mean that's one of those things where if if you've got the work lined up and you're able to work in a group setting with assured clear distance and isolate I got afraid as road work and the way he's described it to me and Ron I appreciate the call the way he's described it is they're able in some fashion to be getting more stuff done now with lower traffic flow than they would be otherwise so they're out there doing it so but I don't know how regular income in that scenario is how are you coping five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one pound seven hundred eighteen anti north college hill murder we chill before the break how to use everything okay I'm okay my two characters start to get on my nerves isn't that their job we need what do you mean your cats are driving you crazy all other under my feet never my daughter came over on my birthday and she brought me a lot of food and ensure this baggage and Happy Birthday I looked and it was for Wales the toilet paper that's a nice gift I mean if you've got a white then you don't have what you need I'd say that's pretty good well you know we're sisters catalog when you need it as you can I I'd like to see this catalog but I was always looking for underwear bathing suits to the women were wearing but that's just me I mean grandmas and she had an outhouse and there was catalog in there I want to do I am that's all.

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NBA Trade Deadline Round-Up

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

NBA Trade Deadline Round-Up

"The NBA trade deadline comes and goes to some big names on the move as a warrior ship the actual wrestling to others the timber wolves ranger weekends in a first and second round draft picks meanwhile the Knicks dealing Marcus Morris the clippers in a three team trade with the wizards as I said Thomas also had cell eight or more heart was in the first round to go to New York Washington getting drawn Robinson elsewhere the Cavaliers have finalized a deal for the NBA's leading rebounder Andre Drummond for the pistons John Henson Brandon knight in a second round pick finally the Andrea dollar tree is done as a grisly shift Etienne to others to Miami justice Winslow Dion waiters and James Johnson on the enforcement that's your Bloomberg NBC world sports

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Clemson moves on to title game with 29-23 win over Ohio St

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Clemson moves on to title game with 29-23 win over Ohio St

"Trevor Lawrence through a thirty four yard touchdown pass to Travis ETN with a minute forty nine left in the fourth quarter as number three Clemson bounce back could feed Ohio state twenty nine twenty three Lawrence also connected with Etienne for fifty three yards for scampered sixty seven yards into the end zone for another goal in Turner sealed the deal intercepting a pass to mow issue quarterback Justin feel to the ends up in the final seconds I really came together on defense hello hold about of the end zone in the red zone in those stops all to mainly you know when it's a game in the long run Clinton will face LSU January thirteenth seeking their third title in four years towards Katter Glendale

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"etienne" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"etienne" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Etienne's church that's for this funeral mass is being held for detective Joseph seals at his wake last night members of the public and the law enforcement community said their goodbyes he had a lot of love everybody everybody at a level of world brothers and we all stick together and you know just yet pray for the family now police from other counties are expected to cover Jersey city police shift today to allow the Jersey city officers to attend the funeral I'm Scott Pringle W. or do the thirteen year old charged in connection with the killing of Barnard College freshman Tessa majors as a family court date today will authorities are looking for a fourteen year old who also may have been involved a team was expected to show up for questioning with his lawyer when he was spotted running from a car and hasn't been seen since then my PD is reportedly searching the area near one hundred twenty fifth street and Park Avenue in Harlem a thirteen year old boy has been charged with second degree murder and a fourteen year old was questions last week based on statements made by the boy facing charges alley stacked in rows CD W. O. R. new house rules committee takes up impeachment this morning the committee gonna lay out the procedures for tomorrow's debate on the full house floor well Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is challenging the White House to allow witnesses to be called at a Senate trial a good number of my Republican colleagues have said they believe the charges are serious but there isn't enough evidence yet for them to make a decision we believe these witnesses and documents would provide the evidence they're looking for we'll have more nursery coming up with lumberman Michael riddle is part of the big three today the Jersey lawmakers sending the governor bill to allow illegal immigrants to get drivers licenses governor Phil Murphy says he supports the plan which would set up a two tier to license system New York just started allowing that yesterday let's see how we're doing on the road traffic very ninety four for the road is that the overturned truck it's been there for several hours now if you're into the George Washington bridge look at twenty five for the upper fifteen for the lower looking on the holiday at twenty minutes a piece about parkway east bound as a crawl your of jam back from ocean parkway heading in the Flatbush Avenue exit eleven that's were two lanes are blocked off and on the supplements a parkway in Tinton falls by exit one oh five a the left lane remains blocked that's a cliche and accident investigation in the local lanes this report sponsored by discover when you're something amazing discover matches all the cash back earned at the end of your first year automatically with no limit to how much they'll match millions of people here are getting their cash back match discover cash back match what you waiting for learn more at discover dot com slash cash back match our next topic updates and fifteen minutes on seven ten W. O. R. we've got the latest on the weather next and if it's for you the Dallas legacy plan let's start with our PC card with up to one hundred dollars for you to use like cash for non prescription items each month.

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Canadas housing market is stable. Sort of. Maybe.

The Big Story

11:28 min | 3 years ago

Canadas housing market is stable. Sort of. Maybe.

"Do you think you'll ever own your own home or do you already own one? If you tell me your age and wearing Canada you live. I can probably answer these questions without ever meeting, you the housing market, and this country is a funny thing, and it's a huge source of frustration. For anyone in Canada's biggest cities where the market has been so out of control for so long that the term bubble no longer applies. And now that insane demand is having a ripple effect everywhere. From nearby suburban communities to cities down the highway to other cities in other provinces where you can afford a palatial detached home for the price of a one bedroom. Condo and downtown Toronto. Vancouver. Canada has tried a number of things from interest rates to foreign buyer taxes to new rules around mortgages in an effort to even the playing field bet to regain some semblance of control over an investment market that is more closely tied to how we feel about our future than any other. And yeah, of course, there are exceptions to that. And no not everybody needs to be a. Homeowner. But look for generations. The purchase of a family home was a symbol of arriving arriving as an adult in the stable middle-class as a real family, and in at least a few places in Canada right now, either that definition needs to change or something else. Does. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Sarah NATO by writes about the housing market for publications like mcclain's, maybe in business and TV. Would you end up talking about this subject? What kind of image do most people have of the housing market in Canada? Particularly the big cities. Well, everyone's impression of the housing market tends to rest on where they sit in it. But I think it's fair to say that most people shake their heads at the state of the housing market, particularly in the Toronto and Vancouver. You got a lot of. Oh, I'm so glad I got into the market a couple years ago. Or I'm worried about my kids like those are the things that come up at dinner parties a lot what is the state of the real estate market in Canada in twenty thousand nineteen two years after everything was crazy. So the answer that question depends on where you were asking from nationally things are stable, but not particularly energetic. You're seeing relatively flat. Price slightly falling sales in Vancouver. Things are a lot cooler than they were in the spring. A twenty seventeen in Toronto things are stable and then in different pockets, you have different things. So in the west things are quite slow right now partially because of oil in the east things are doing fairly well cities like Montreal and Ottawa are doing quite well because they're affordable in the strong job markets. I think you guys talked about P I recently podcast and in their real estate market's doing very well as well because they've got strong immigration, lower price point, weather home. So that's kind of like the sweet spot if it's like a good job market. But you're not seeing those big big prices like in the greater Vancouver. The greater Toronto area. There's a lot of opportunity. But I mean, there is just such a focus on those two centers that it can be as somebody who lives in Toronto. Sometimes it feels impossible to think about that. As an option we legitimately have conversations in our story meeting here about moving to smaller towns in Canada, specifically for the housing market. I feel like we're not alone. No. I mean, one of one of the things you do at McLeans is there's a column where we'll take a number. So last week was two hundred. Fifty thousand and then we'll say you. What can I get you across Canada? And the answer in Toronto is basically nothing, but you can get a nice piece of land and four bedrooms, if you're willing to go northern Ontario, a lot of places in Saskatchewan the east. So I what a lot of Connah's will say is that there's the story and maybe like Toronto, and Ben couvert, then there's the story regionally, and those are those are quite different generally in those cities in Toronto and Vancouver in particular, how hard is it just for a middle class to average income family to purchase a home. I was actually doing research for another story today. And there's a stat that came up that was in the over the last thirty years home prices have written risen four hundred and thirty five percent and household incomes have risen in that same time one hundred fifteen percent. So when you think about that, even if you are well earning dual income young family, it's incredibly difficult to enter the market, and what you are. Is that condos are more and more the way that people are attempting to do it because the single family home, especially in the court just feels out of reach for a lot of people. How has the market changed? I feel like we've been having this conversation about Toronto and Vancouver in particular, but the housing market in general for the last I don't know how long it's been going on but several years. So there's a good narrative I would say in the last three years in that in the spring of two thousand seventeen if you may recall, there was a lot of attention paid particularly to the Toronto housing market because you are seeing these big month over month home price increases and people were saying this is a bubble. You know, this isn't sustainable, if there was worried both when people who wanted to enter the market, but also observers saying, you know, is this actually realistic these prices, or is it just speculation a fervor around homes, and then what then sort of happened was that the Ontario government the time the wind government introduced the fair housing plan, which had you know, number of components, but also included a v. Eighteen percent foreign buyer tax. There was a concern that foreign buyers were coming into the market buying property pushing prices up statistically, there's still some debate about how much of a factor that actually was but the idea of it and sort of the the speculation that it caused had an impact. So when that tax came in you saw prices go down very quickly. And then we had a couple of other things start to happen. So interest rates ever since the two thousand eight financial crisis. I've been very low. We're talking about fifty percent for a very long time in the Bank of Canada's started to raise those and when interest rates go up so do mortgage rates so that also had an impact on things, and then sort of the final say nail in the coffin. But final factor was last January stricter mortgage rules came into place, which we can go into you want to understand how they work. So I think a lot of us have heard that there's new mortgage rules. But what do they mean on the ground for someone buying a house? So the new mortgage rules, so they came into place. Lasting ring, and they took a big chunk out of sales. Because the reason for them was the idea that as interest rates are rising, which they have been in the Bank of Canada has indicated that they will continue to the fear would be Cam people continue to make their mortgage payments. Right. So the government basically stepped in and implemented this additional stress test with the idea that they didn't want people buying homes. They couldn't afford and what it meant was that previously. If you had put down at twenty percent down payment, you wouldn't have to do a stress test. Like, you've seemed like a credible buyer, you, okay? And you could then purchase on your banks rate, which would probably be if it was competitive you three percent or somewhere there abouts the new stress test is that you have to qualify at either the banks five year rate or your banks rate. Plus two percent. Just probably in the five ish range, whichever is higher. So you have people who could have purchased a certain amount based on that three percent. Right. Who now are looking at this five percent rate thinking, maybe I actually can't qualify at least for the what I had wanted what I envisioned so a lot of people are priced out of the bigger markets like Toronto because of the test and that took a big by that assails January of last year. Then you saw sales go down out throughout the year and then slowly start to end up again. And then this year, they've also been kind of I would say sluggish that's one of the reasons we wanted to talk to you because it does seem from from your reporting in from, you know, the monthly real estate data that comes out that in the big in the big markets. They haven't seen that typical spike. They usually do when the weather gets a little nicer, very, right. So the numbers that we have right now are the latest numbers for March. So not as we can Etienne's now to warm yet. But you're right that this is traditionally the beginning of the spring market, and it's definitely not the boost that is traditional, you know, the Canadian real estate association in their latest release. They're the guys who put at the national stats said that this was I think a six year low. So you know, there's some reasons for that. I think the mortgage dressed has is a big one rising interest rates are a big one, but the consensus from at least economists seems to be still positive like their their thing is this is natural and healthy because we had these prices that were on sustainable. Yes. Things are a little bit cooler right now. But you know, it's not in a freefall and you'll probably see activity start to pick up more in the summer and the fall, and there's also the federal budget included some some things for homeowner. So there is a thought that down the line when that actually comes into place, which is in the fall that could also be a slight boost for sales. Have we seen evidence that people in Toronto and Vancouver are expanding their look are we seeing markets and kind of adjacent cities bubble up. Absolutely is especially I mean, like the thing is when you say like the greater trial area. What you're really seeing is like Hamilton. Is doing very very well. If you talk to the realtors there, even like the the municipal politicians like they know they're such a drive there. And really what you're going to see as well as not even I think Hamilton is perhaps. And obviously example, but like smaller towns like clarington like a little bit farther out. I mean, he's like two hours drive from Toronto. They're expecting to see huge population. Boom. Just because there is so much migration to the area. But you know, it's it's very very difficult to buy even an hour outside of the core of Toronto, you mentioned the foreign buyer tax, and we've talked a couple times on this podcast about of the influx of Chinese money in Vancouver. I realized that it might have kind of made us small dent in the Toronto market. But have we seen? We've now got enough data for a while from Vancouver. Have we seen it really have an impact their foreign buyer taxes? You have almost always an immediate impact. What many economists will say is that they are not necessarily a good long-term approach because what they're doing is. They're try. Trying to tap down on demand. But they're not addressing supply. So in Vancouver. For instance, they introduced their foreign buyer tax in two thousand sixteen and then they sort of added some additional elements to it in the spring of two thousand eighteen and both times at this happened. There was an effect on the market. Like right now, actually, obviously prices are still very high e the market has much cooler in the last year because because of this, but what a lot of industry watchers will sort of say is. Yes, this has had an impact in the last year. Maybe it will continue in the next couple of months, but you still have a huge amount of demand for property in Vancouver. You still have a limited supply. Ultimately, this tax is not going to impact those fundamental things anytime soon, and when you look at the data of how many

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