35 Burst results for "Exile"

George Washington University to drop 'Colonials' moniker

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

George Washington University to drop 'Colonials' moniker

"George Washington University is dropping its colonials moniker The school located not far from The White House says it can no longer serve its purpose as a name that unifies George Washington University has used the name colonials since 1926 a special committee looked into the name and determined opponent saw it as referring to colonizers who stole land and resources from indigenous groups killed or exiled native peoples and introduced slavery into the colonies and supporters of colonials viewed it as referring to those who lived in American colonies especially those who fought for independence and democracy GW will keep using colonials until a new name is introduced Ed Donahue Washington

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Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

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Mark Esper Says He Prevented 'Dangerous Things' During the Trump Years

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Mark Esper Says He Prevented 'Dangerous Things' During the Trump Years

"I mean, I would just talking about Venezuela. Check this out from axios. Former defense secretary Mark Esper, told 60 minutes in an interview airing that he had to S.W.A.T. down some quote dangerous ideas like military action against Venezuela and Iran during his time in the Trump administration. I mean, this I sent this to you because I knew you would be hopping mad. Well, you know, I don't know if you recall this, but a general, an exiled general from Venezuela reached out to me. And wanted to find out if there was any way that they could get a group of exiled military from Venezuela because they're spread out all over the world. They had to flee Venezuela. So they were, you know, he said thousands of these exiled military people that were all over the world that wanted wanted to come together and have some kind of a plan to go into Venezuela and essentially demolish the regime. And this is important because what Debbie's getting at it, we're not talking about the deployment of America. Our military. No. The Venezuelans said, we'll do it. And what they were looking for is just organization and some logistical support. I mean, this is nothing more than the Reagan doctrine. The Reagan doctrine is the people fight for their own freedom. We don't fight, but we help. And that's what they were kind of asking for. And you were exploring. I was trying to get him connected with people. But I kept getting resistance from and some people in the Trump administration said that it was coming from the State Department. And so now we know who it was coming

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The Difference Between Nancy Pelosi and AOC

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:04 min | 5 months ago

The Difference Between Nancy Pelosi and AOC

"An interesting point here and I think it might be from the author side of you and from the study side that both of us have a little bit of history. You might have mentioned a Pelosi being as progressive as a say, I don't deserve to disagree with you. There's one big difference in the two. Nancy Pelosi knows how to get things done. AOC does not. She is a YouTube star. And Twitter star. Nancy Pelosi actually knows how, I mean, here's the thing I've said about this and I'll say it now is you turn a little bit to politics. We as Republicans are conservatives in particular have to be willing to do and this is the only area I'll say this in for the most part. Do what Democrats are willing to do. Nancy Pelosi twice now has been willing to give up position and power for policy. She did in 2010 when she was first speaker for ObamaCare, Dodd Frank, those kind of things, which, by the way, are still in existence. She spent 8 years in exile. She's now came back out to the speakership and she's pushing through, you know, the stuff that we've seen, the stimulus package, the infrastructure Bill, and then almost almost got a build back better package, it was disastrous.

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How Much Fight Do the Ukrainians Have in Them?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 5 months ago

How Much Fight Do the Ukrainians Have in Them?

"Fight do you think the Ukrainians have in them? How long do you think this conflict will last? Because if it's not just kind of, if it takes a week or two weeks or three weeks to take over Kyiv, they're saying it could happen in days, but then what? What if there are millions of Ukrainians in the Woods and in the rural parts of Ukraine that aren't going to live under this? This potentially could get very messy. It could, if we look at it from the optics of how we fought in Afghanistan, how we were handcuffed in Afghanistan, if they take over Ukraine, I think they'll take it over fairly quickly. The Russians don't play by any rules. They move fast, they move with great precision. I'm sure they had a lot of their special forces, this business were already there. GRU, their military intelligence people were already there. My understanding is they're hunting zelensky and his family. And what most likely we're going to see as a setup where you have a government and exile. Now, whether Ukrainians fight, they don't have much to fight with because back when we had the opportunity to arm them in 2014, the Obama administration, the Obama that's a Freudian slip. Would not give them lethal aid. And then when president Trump was in there was no reason to, and now you have the situation where we could have armed them and we could have given them the support that they needed. So I don't know if they have the ability to wage a prolonged incursion. They might if Russia shows great restraint if Russia just has a large military industrial complex that wants to build bases and pass out contracts and make money, but since I don't think they have the financial resources for that in their country, they're going to have to move quickly, move fast, replace the government and move on.

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"exile" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

06:35 min | 6 months ago

"exile" Discussed on The Bible Project

"His brother say, actually, what his brother say is important he says, are you going to reign as a king over us? You think you're going to rule us? You're going to be a ruler? Come on, you're the kid. I mean, dad gave you the coat, but you're still a kid. Joseph dreamed another dream. And he said, to his brothers, guys, it was so weird, like, the whole universe was bowing down to me. What he says is the sun, the moon and 11 stars were bowing down to me. Ah, now this is significant. The last time that that phrase, the only other time, that phrase is used in the genesis scroll within the creation narrative. The phrase the sun and the moon and stars. The sun moon stars, and also ruling. Yeah, because then I'm going to stars where the host of heaven to rule over the sky and the calendar. The time day and night. Yeah, it seems like a hyperlink to not only am I going to rule over the land. I'm not going to rule over the sky. Yeah, this is so potent, man. I mean, the significance of this won't strike until you reach genesis 49 and 50, but this is all part of the larger strategy of the Joseph story within genesis and the Torah and the Hebrew Bible as a whole, and so the last literary movement of genesis picks up the steam of a human, exalted to rule over the nation's and over the cosmos. And we're harking back to the image of God in genesis one. Except we're even more because the image of God was called the rule the land, right? In genesis one. Yeah. Mirroring as a mirror to the rulers above over the sky. But now, the guy has a dream about becoming the ruler of the land and over the sky. Oh, that's intense. So this ticks off his brothers and his dad. His dad's like, this is just inappropriate, son. Yeah. This is not okay. You really think we're all gonna come bow down to you? That's what Jacob says to Joseph. So you told his brothers were jealous, but his father kept the matter. Kept the matter in mind. So that's the opening of the story. So we'll just paraphrase here. But Joseph's brothers are out in the field, right? Just like Cain and Abel went out into a field. Joseph's brothers are out in the field, and Joseph is sent out to them, and what they say is, look, here comes the dreamer. And what their first plan is what they say is let's murder him. And the word for murder, harag, it's the same word used as for what Kane does to able out in the field. And now here's the younger son, favored, coming to his older brothers, and what they say out in the field is let's pull a cane. Let's murder him. But, you know, here's what we could do. We could murder him, and then spin a deception. It's been a lie about how wild animal of the field. Ate him. These are genesis three echoes coming in here. Oh, the animal crouching, thin crouching, like an animal. Yep, to devour. And which in the cane story in genesis four is the corresponding image of the wild animal, the snake of the field, telling a lie to the human. Now what they're saying is we will tell a lie about a wild animal. Eating our brother. But one brother, the first born Rubin, Rubin steps up, and he says, no, no, no, no, don't. Don't kill him. Don't spill blood. And that's what happened to Abel, as the blood spilled on the ground. And that's important, blood spilling on the ground. And I don't fully understand the significance of that image, but yeah, okay. So because the ground is supposed to be the place, the material out of which God's ruach can breathe life and summon the life, but when humans return life back into the ground in the form of blood soaked soil, that becomes an outcry, what God says decay in is the outcry of your brother's blood has reached my ears. And so when the land is soaked with the blood of the innocent, God becomes obligated to bring the creation of water that will purify the land, and that is what the imagery of the flood is. But now, we're now many cycles into the story. And so spilling blood on the ground, murdering someone out in the field so that they don't receive an honorable burial is like the ultimate sacrilege. And we will call down God's justice upon us. So don't do that. Don't spill his blood. Instead, let's just throw him in a pit. All right, which in Rubens mind, you're told he said this in order to save his brother, and return him to his father. So big brother, stepping up here. Okay, he's trying to figure out a way to save him. Yep. Yep. So but the idea is to make him go down into a pit. And this here, we're not to exile explicitly, but we're beginning the symbolism of Josef just had a dream about being exalted up high over his brothers. Over the sun moon and stars. And what they do is one, instead, take him down. Into the pit below the ground. He goes from one end of the cosmos to the other. So to speak. And so what happens when Joseph comes up to his brother's first, they take off that robe, they're over that robe. So they strip him of the robe, and they throw him in a pit. And then they sit down and have a meal. We sit down to eat bread. So it's over a meal. It's a weird detail. It is. It's the Adam and Eve story in the cane and naval story that have been merged together because their pattern after one another, and the brothers are replaying image of both stories. Deception over a meal, they're going to deceive with a lie about an animal and this is all about murdering the brother or making him go away. This is an example of how every detail is important in this type of literature. And so for the story, just be like, and then they sat down to eat bread. Yeah, totally. And then all of a sudden you're thinking about the significance of food as it relates to deception. Yes. A little hint about eating bread as a part of a deception plan that's connected to the murder of the brother and the spilling of blood. Like none all these words and sentences have been very carefully chosen..

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Funeral held in Vietnam for influential monk Thich Nhat Hanh

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Funeral held in Vietnam for influential monk Thich Nhat Hanh

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‘Nanny,’ ‘Exiles,’ ‘Navalny’ among top Sundance winners

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

‘Nanny,’ ‘Exiles,’ ‘Navalny’ among top Sundance winners

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Joe Biden Delivers Lackluckster Remarks on Oil

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 9 months ago

Joe Biden Delivers Lackluckster Remarks on Oil

"Cut 6 go I also want to briefly address one myth about inflated gas prices They're not due to environmental measures My effort to combat climate change is not raising the price of gas We're increasing it's availability in what is doing It's increasing the availability of jobs I know let's think for two minutes If you're not permitting any new pipelines you're closing down pipelines that are being built like the Keystone exile pipeline If you're canceling all lease agreements for drilling on federal lands If the industry knows that you're going to impose massive regulations and taxes on what they produce So they're not making New investments and so forth If you're shutting down fracking which really was the great technological advance You're going to create less supply Now we've talked about this many times we were energy independent before Joe Biden entered the Oval Office His administration is filled with these American marxists This is the degrowth movement It is not a climate change movement It is not an environmental movement It is a de growth movement That's why we have less drilling today than we did Ten months ago

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Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | 9 months ago

Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

"Know there's a conservative crack up going on inside the beltway as Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes have departed from Fox News. There's a story at the American spectator about addition by subtraction at Fox News with which I disagree. Molly Hemingway quotes from it approvingly. Molly is a good friend as his mark. Byron York works with both Jonah and Steven Jonah longtime friend of the show, Stephen a's used to be. He drops a nuclear bomb on my head a couple of years ago that I didn't see coming, but I don't know what that's all about. Byron York works with everybody and apparently amicably like I try to do as I quote tamale Lincoln's first inaugural. We are not enemies. We must not be enemies, but friends, Byron, what is going on? Well, good morning you. My official position in all of this is that I wish everyone well. Yeah, you and I pretty much adopt the same view on beltway, penda tree. Yeah, well, what can I say? You're a Fox News contributor. Do you have a conflict? I don't want to put you in a bad spot. No, I am a Fox News contributor. I have been since 2006. And I've been happy to be Fox News. So I think that that's my story right there. And by the way, I am an NBC News contributor though I've been exiled and they're about to breach my deal. I don't know why, but I've been exiled. So who knows what's going on inside of network executives trying to figure out their audiences? I think this all comes down to trying to find your audience and keep them happy. Well, I mean, there's always been this a lot of commentary about thoughts about having almost being like the old broadcast entertainment networks. In the sense that they had the news division and then they had entertainment programming. So people said, well, the prime time program on Fox is kind of like the entertainment programming and the special report and approximately Sunday in the whole daytime, really are all about the news division. I think that's unfair because a lot of news is made during prime time on Fox. But clearly it's opinion driven and clearly Steve and Jonah became increasingly uncomfortable with the prime time programming. So I am not sure what to say beyond

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Moving From California to Arizona? Fine. But Leave Your Policies Behind

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 10 months ago

Moving From California to Arizona? Fine. But Leave Your Policies Behind

"You look at what's happening in California, all the people who are escaping, bringing their politics with them. People are saying that areas are not going to say blue because the only color for the Democrats is deep socialist red. So what talk to us about the dangers of a Democrat takeover in Arizona? How you're going to stop it and what your vision is for that great, great state, Cary. It is scary because we have seen so many people. I guess they're living in exile. They've left California because leftist policies over the last several decades have driven California, turned it into a hellscape to be honest. There's homeless encampments everywhere. The taxes are sky high. People are still being forced to mask up. It's horrible. So they're leaving in droves coming to Arizona looking for a free state. The problem is, we want to remain Arizona. We love our western heritage, our wild west heritage our native heritage and what makes us special. We don't want to morph into a big suburb of California. And we don't want the leftist policies that turned to California into the hellscape that it is seeping into Arizona. And we're starting to see that happen. So people are now rising up realizing it's happening quickly. California are coming over here, driving our housing prices up. And we don't want that. We are a welcoming people in Arizona, but please come here and respect the fact that we are a western state. We love our freedom. We love our Second Amendment. We love everything that makes this country free and don't try to change us into the California or the Oregon or the Washington blue state that you just

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Regulator to probe into tech giants' payment practices

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Regulator to probe into tech giants' payment practices

"Federal regulators are ordering apple Amazon PayPal and other tech giants to reveal how their proprietory payment networks function apple pay Google pay another systems now dominate E. commerce and person to person payments with systems that are often hard wired into smart devices banks have tried to compete to services like exile but they struggle to keep up lacking the integrated systems apple and Google operate the consumer financial protection bureau is seeking more transparency into the payment systems created by the big tech companies as well as details about consumer protections director Rohit Chopra says tech companies are quote eagerly expanding their empires to gain greater control and insight into our spending habits the CFPB has also raised potential antitrust concerns I'm Ben Thomas

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Xi Jinping Takes a Page From Mao Zedong's Red Playbook

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | 11 months ago

Xi Jinping Takes a Page From Mao Zedong's Red Playbook

"Start at the top bill. Let's talk about who now runs the world's largest communist dictatorship who is xi jinping. What do we need to know about him. And what changes he made recently to the constitutional order of that communist state. Xi jinping is the ruling dictator of communist china He assumed that position in two thousand twelve and immediately began to undo many of the reforms that had been taking place under deng xiaoping began after maoz demise in nineteen seventy six Basically these policies have been taken in ended attempt to re communize china. I would describe xi jinping a neo. Maoist he's a his as reported in my book. Deceiving the sky his his His favourite leaders are hitler-stalin. And now and he is working very aggressively to return China to its communist roots almost in the style of north korean totalitarianism. We've seen him go. After the business leaders in china who wielded enormous power by becoming billionaires Many of them have been imprisoned. Some have been killed. Some others have been driven into exile. And this is all part of xi jinping plan to once again make china a dominant world communist

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Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | 11 months ago

Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong

"To the capital tomorrow. I want to read a left-wing tabloids description of why the capital is on alert. This isn't the new york. Daily news headline capital on alert. Fence goes up. Cops are ready for right. Wing rally tomorrow now. I want you to hear this. You gotta hear the way. This is described by the new york daily news again. A left-wing tabloid even in post presidency exile. Donald trump is still raising unsightly walls. That's the first line of the article. Even in post presidency trump is still raising unsightly walls tall black chainlink security. Fence was erected outside the us capitol complex yesterday as workers are getting ready for a storm of trump fans who planned to descend on washington nine months. After the january six assault on american democracy fencing went up outside the capitol out after that deadly riot. Well yeah deadly ashley. Lab at the trump supporter was killed. But it was removed over the summer. Now it's back again as the right wingers prepared a role in the nation's capital saturday. They're going to have justice for j six rally now even the article as comical as it is says. Hundreds of trump's supporters are expected at the rally to protest criminal charges filed against about six hundred people suspected of breaking laws in january. So it sounds like it's hundreds like the hundreds who rioted january six and people and the left is obviously a nancy pelosi's terrified security officials are anxious to avoid any repeat of january sixth when hordes of protesters some armed or really. How many was there one gun found on one person overwhelmed cops in the effort to block congress from certifying biden's victory.

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A 'Lotl' Love For The Axolotl

Short Wave

02:03 min | 11 months ago

A 'Lotl' Love For The Axolotl

"Today we're talking all about axl models. The ever smiling salamanders of the animal kingdom so berlin mccoy. What makes these critters a heck in lot to start. I think it's helpful to talk about. What most salamanders grow up to be the big normally absorbed the heels on the leave the water and go in the adult could into the land. And that's all decided to don't do that. They decided to stay as juvenile and reproduced as unlv within the water. So that's the reason they tell them that they are forever young because yes they kept the young and still join us for the rest of their lives forever. Young salamander that's fantastical but scientifically. What does that even mean. So in the animal kingdom it's called nakatani for exiles. It means that even when they're grown up which in this case growing up for them means they can mate. They keep some of their juvenile features. Oh so do they keep the crown of gills. That lewis was talking about earlier. Yeah they do and they also keep the fin on their back that they had when they were tadpoles. And because of this axles. Don't leave the water. Like other salamanders eventually do got it. Okay so do we know why they do that. Well scientists think it could have something to do with the water where axles live like being a better habitat. Maybe it had plenty of food or clean water so they lost this metamorphosis step although the scientists can still trigger it in the lab if they use hormones and emily axles do something even cooler than being the poster child for the fountain of youth. If you cooked any part of their body it regrows again. We like a whole armor there. What about their head okay. They can't re grow their whole head but they can regrow essentially everything else and apparently it's not that big of a deal to regrow limbs because get this emily as babies axles will just snack on each

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Nicaragua: How to Write Yourself Into Exile

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:09 min | 11 months ago

Nicaragua: How to Write Yourself Into Exile

"There is only one good thing to be said for the spectacle of a given government picking on writers and novelists and artists of any description. It saves the busy bypass whatever valuable time. They may have spent wondering whether the government in question still has all marbles in one sock when a given government starts picking on writers and novelists and artists of any description. It is announcing itself as tyrannical foolish and deranged. Such is the unhappy if altogether unsurprising point arrived at by the regime of daniel ortega president of nicaragua as demonstrated by its issue of a warrant for the arrest of sergio ramirez. Probably nicaragua's best known and most admired novelist. One time winner of the guel devotees prize awarded by spain's ministry of culture to recognize outstanding spanish language literature and therefore a peer of borges for enters vargas loeser and pass among other distinguished scrivener's any has split wishing to note at this point that the warrant has been issued by nicaragua's state prosecutors and not by the presidency has not been paying much attention to the evolution of ortega's thinking vis-a-vis the separation of powers ramirez. Who took the clearly sensible precaution of leaving nicaragua a few months back and is now resident in costa rica stands accused of inciting hatred and conspiring to undermine the integrity of the country. What ramirez actually appears to have done is written a novel entitled tonga. Lali did not know how to dance. An exceedingly thinly veiled parable set in contemporary nicaragua. who's people being terrorized by overstaying revolutionary government. Which has long since abandoned whatever principles may once have animated it and is now concerned only with maintaining power at any price up to and including the blood of its own citizens

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Leading Relationship Therapist Lissy Abrahams on How to Have a Peaceful Divorce or Separation

Relationship Advice

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Leading Relationship Therapist Lissy Abrahams on How to Have a Peaceful Divorce or Separation

"We're gonna talk about separation and divorce and in the pre show you mentioned. It's one of the things that you're passionate about in helping couples navigate it in the best way possible. Because you've seen when it's not done well and that can be pretty nasty and just not good for anyone involved certainly if there's kids as well so today we're gonna talk about that in how to do it the best way possible and there's a lot to think about and a lot that goes on when separation divorce happened. So why don't we start by having you tell us why you are passionate about helping people through this process in some of the big things to look out for and we'll talk about how to navigate them and one of the things with separation and divorce is that i lost honda have also advanced so woven together and depending on how many years as well it in there so many aspects that Dismantling when we going through a separation and we don't know how much it lives originally. Why until we get to these points and his things we don't even expect so we need to make thousands of thousands of decisions it. All the time about how to navigate is separate how to go into two households and How did raise out tens of family and find stacy getting chance of all of that. So what we. What i say can really help. People is to have an anchor of integrity and what make by. Ankara vacek retain is. It's guiding kind of principle. That says i'm going to operate treating aches gonna with respect in every single matter that i choose and myself as well and so what that means is it means if i'm going through illegal price says i'm not going to tear into them and treat them reporting late evening. Thanks treat may lake if you're going to the children about what's happened. I'm not going to them down. I'm not going to make myself the victim of appearance It also means how communicate with my ex pa some guy to make decisions based on treating the specimen respect because it hurts may not to so every time i have a go at my exile yell at them. I write nasty messages. I say i'm gonna get you. Were going gonna lose the kids. It actually hurts me as an individual to treat them like

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A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

The World and Everything In It

02:04 min | 1 year ago

A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

"In august twenty twenty protesters took to the streets in belarus following a presidential election. There that almost no one trusted but more than a year after that the man often referred to as europe's last dictator alexander lukashenko remains in power and opposition leaders fed lonard seek sky is still in exile in lithuania with top officials in her political party sentenced to prison just yesterday. Even though observers say seeking of sky was the rightful winner of that election. So where do things stand now. And how are christians faring. World's european correspondent jenny lynn schmidt reports in the years since protests filled. The streets of many belarussians watched in dismay as the nation's troubles faded from the international spotlight. That changed in may when alexander lukashenko forced a flight from greece to lithuania to land in belarus authorities boarded. The plane arrested opposition journalist. Remind pro to save sage and his girlfriend sofia so paige and threw them in jail. The european union and the united states quickly imposed sanctions lukashenko retaliated by releasing migrants across the border into the eu. Hannah luebbe cova is a journalist from minsk and a fellow with the atlantic council. The regime came up with this idea to bring migrants from iraq or other countries to belarus. And then help them to cross the border authorities. Lithuanian poland have reported seeing belarussian guards. Forcefully push migrants into their countries last week. Poland declared a state of emergency for two provinces as more than thirty. Two hundred migrants tried to cross from belarus illegally. Well of course it was revenge from look. Shane pick you wanted to. This is the situation. You wanted to artificially create a crisis on the border with boroughs. But luke says that means western sanctions are working. Lukashenko's recent release. A few political prisoners is another sign. Baluba cova says the sanctions have loopholes. That be closed

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Official: Death Toll From Attack on Yemeni Base Rises to 30

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Official: Death Toll From Attack on Yemeni Base Rises to 30

"Dozens of Yemeni troops have been killed in a missile in trying to tackle a key military base in Yemen three explosions took place that I'm I'm not at bay softer ballistic missile landed in the bases training area with dozens of troops were doing morning exercises perfect footage from the scene showed several charred bodies on the ground with ambulance sirens blaring in the background it was one of the deadliest attacks in the country's civil war in recent years Yemen has been embroiled in a civil war since twenty fourteen twenty three rebels seized the capital sanaa forcing the internationally recognized government into exile the Saudi led coalition into the war the following year on the side of the governments I'm Karen Thomas

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"exile" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"exile" Discussed on What'sHerName

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"exile" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"exile" Discussed on What'sHerName

"It kind of gets overlooked sometimes as its own entity with its own unique rich history ukraine has been subject to repression of its language. A lot of its artistic. Production has been claimed by larger countries like russia throughout its history. And these stories. Stories like stephanie. Turkovich's are so vital. Ukraine has always had a rich distinct meaningful cultural tradition. Really and the fact that women were an important part of that is exciting she also has five ballets and four symphonies and four operas and these larger works that have never been touched by god so i was able to get in touch with have more and his wife. Bloody saw unloaded was actually instrumental. Just a couple of years ago in going to the daughter of stuff on his house and scanning all of her original autograph scores and in the process of scanning all of those songs they thought. Well you know what. Let's go ahead. And scan all off risen symphonies and ballets in you too. The when i reached out to them. And that i had a real interest specifically in Sunny which is probably her most successful opera. They said oh. Well here's the score. And they sent me a google drive with her original manuscript. I mean i was just floored. This is like every retail choose dream. I can't even imagine. I mean that is every grad students dream. That's the fantasy out. There exists about her. How come we haven't heard of her. Exactly that's the you know again the perennial question on this podcast. The answer is complicated But to understand it. We have to start at the beginning. Okay stefan you're turkovich was born in one thousand. Nine hundred. eighty eight in lviv during her lifetime. Galicia was part of the austrian empire. Then poland then part of the ukrainian soviet socialist republic and the us her life sort of mirrors and and walks alongside. The rise of the ussr and the ussr would have a profound and profoundly disruptive impact on her life. Her father and her grandfather were priests. Her mother is a gifted musician. A pianist and her family is a very musical one. Everyone plays musical instruments and to find your herself as a child studied the piano. The harp and the harmonium which is my favorite. If people aren't familiar with harmonium organ and the player has to power the oregon with her feet. You're powering the bellows that are pushing the air through the oregon with your bring it back. She was obviously gifted from a very early age and thankfully her family recognized her talent. And encouraged it kerr. Early education was very cosmopolitan. Studied in la. Vive she studied in prague. At sixteen she goes to vienna. Oh so this is interesting collision of worlds. Because if she's in vienna then this is the same time period is right. Alma mahler right yeah. Maybe their paths crossed. If she's in the ussr in the performing world ben she's crossing paths with saheed gives to lena and maybe they met. Yeah that's so interesting to. Yeah these worlds colliding like that. I've been trying to figure out if she met alma mater because they would have been in vienna at the same time but she's just at the beginning of uncovering the story so maybe something will turn up. She starts composing early when she studying at the conservatory and as a teenager she wrote a series of choral works commissioned for the ukrainian greek catholic church. She's studying composition in vienna along with performance at twenty-five she move soup berlin with her new husband who is a painter. She had the opportunity to work in berlin with a couple of names. That musicians will know shoenberg and schreker and she definitely displays a lot of that expressionist influence in her music. But anyone listening to it will tell you that. She's much more lyrical than shoenberg tends to be and much more melodic and she integrates hints at folk melody. She doesn't always use. Direct folk melodies tries to vote that kind of in the way that divorce.

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"You know it's it's funny. How people are super super passionate about just one very tightly focused part of the stack? I found interesting. So this g stream of conference marks the twentieth anniversary of g stream of being thing. So so that's pretty impressive and Following the conference they're going to be having a hack fest where they're going to be working on. Gee Streamer and also pipe wire wire and in my simplistic view of the world. I think pipe pliers like pulse audio two point zero that also can include video as well as audio manipulation now Martin you wanted to introduce our new segment. Yes we've created. A new segment is cooled career corner so now we should probably have a sexy jingle in that while of 'cause careering around corners Zoey cars car wheels. Screeching that sort of thing you know cartoon how to glass smashing thing So we're going to pick one from The careers page this week So the into project is hiring for into desktop software engineer specifically focused on wwl they windows subsystem for Lennox. So if you are skilled with wwl Oregon to all both all INEX- and Lennox then you might want to apply for that and I have it on good authority that this might include a A splash of hyper V.. As well so if that sounds like something you'd be interested in maybe you know somebody who'd be interested in that then let them know we'll have a link in the show notes And if you know of any jobs the our listeners might be interested in that we can highlight Drop purpose email to show at of into PODCAST ORG and we'll be happy to feature them in future episodes. And if we get deluge with lots of jobs them and we'll provide links in future shuts hopefully open source related shelves would be preferable and not just like my like chip shops hiring or something like that. It is amazing. How many bakers I had applying for jobs Datacenter suites in the past and finally some events events the Lennox application. Some is still coming up. It's the eleventh to the fifteenth of November in Barcelona Spain yet and they've published the speaker schedule Uh on the website which will link shots and CG L. The Seattle Canoe. The next conference is on the Fourteenth Fifteenth of November Two Thousand Nineteen Eighteen at Seattle Central College Washington Washington State. Yes and they're seeking volunteers. That's that's right. Yes that's specifically seeking volunteers for the event and they say to email them at participate at CG Elda all that will be in the show notes as well it in case you come policy vital is yes that's sea l.. Dot Org.

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

09:08 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Announced. Now it's time for some community news and Events What's up I in the community? Use mollison restore fees. WHO's our product manager or have been to a And the ability to robotics team Have started a monthly state of robotics blog which they posted on the of anti blog. And and you might remember the Kyle from the into robotics team was on the podcast. A few episodes guy so yeah. This is a really comprehensive. Roundup of lots of things have been going on recently recently in the robotics space so some of the things have been up to is doing automated and to some extent manual. Neil sort of code audits of Rose One and rose to and if you listen to those episodes a few A few weeks back roses. The robot operating system. And it's like a big collection of middleware to enable you to create robots Relatively easily and You now that team have identified a number of near Sivas exist in rose one and rose to and not only did I raise those bugs in the upstream projects but then the two years team Waited in and fixed all of those and provided patches for them as well. Oh let's get going good citizens countries into upstream projects. Who would have thought someone who works for Canonical would do that? I know it's amazing right. Unfathomable Yeah And they also the team Russo Roles Con Japan Japan. A couple of weeks ago You know talking about You know open to as a robot rope assists platform and we gave some toques folks that had a little robot that we showing off You know how you can use a boon to you know control manipulation arms and stuff I'm one of the team Emma so if you're a pilot developing you might be familiar that there's pice into in this python three and took a long time for people to migrate from piscine two to three simplistic time. At times. I exists in rows with rows one and rose to so they robotics team also created a bunch of cheat sheets Karaz to to help people get familiar with Ross. To a move there wack from Ross one to prostate core like a sort of a very mature the two stones thing right. Yeah I like these things Helen. What some next? So we've mentioned Uganda's happening soon very soon in Portugal and I saw this blog post which I thought was interesting because nobody blog posts about technical events are all about the talks. People have going on and The people you see demos and stuff like that. But this this proposed schooled Sintra Parks folks and places Cultural Visit Program and They've put a whole scheduled together of places to go and things to see links to open in street map and stuff for people who are attending but specifically who'd be attending before the actual event starts so it doesn't start until this weekend as we recording this but people are already already there like yesterday today and as a whole bunch of events go so in in recent years. I've gone to Uconn as a holiday. Because you get to me all of your mates from the been to community from around Europe at this thing and you get to hang out with them so I've been going and using as a holiday and I'm not alone because these guys have gone out there like five days before the event starts to go out and have a coach will experience together for the days leading up to the event and go go out see things I saw grass today. Some of the went down to the Beach Surfing and other events news skull more has been to academy which is the annual. You'll Katie conference which I think was in Milan in Italy this year And she's done a blog post and linked to a round up of the talks and sessions. That were going on there. Yeah I thought it was useful to put this in because Yes a little window on the world of an event that's all about bringing together K. D. developers the people who work on Katie applications. And it's good to see the perspective of someone who went to Academy Kaz. It's a good thing to point to next year. If someone's trying figura if they want to get you in Kademi what goes on there so I think people who go to events should writes up these kind of triples more often and their Details of of what happened with met their expectations because other people who are going to go to these events need to know for next time about The next time the the event is on so I think he's great. Yeah there's some really interesting things going on that Scholars spoke about some of the birds of feather session that she was part of toy out out things like sinking neon with with Debbie packages to make sure that things are up today in both directions and there's Some information about the some of the talks which were so focused on various objectives of Katie and goals. So there was stuff about Looking looking at baking privacy insecurity into APPs as the most important consideration about things like even usability in some cases like even though people might not like it. It's important that they get the privacy and security right I even if it makes things harder to use in some cases starts now. It's interesting to see that. So of declared as a worthwhile worthwhile tradeoff also one. That sounded really interesting. was a focus on on boarding new users and some of the ways. They're doing that. So they've They've adopted Matrix as a communication platform. Get Lab for hosting the code and the projects and also something called the Katie. Welcome team which sounds really interesting at actually dedicated team to onboard people in the into the community which I think a loss of open source communities. Don't do as well as they could. And having people who you can you cannot. She directs new uses inside. These people can tell you how to get involved rather than just pointing everyone to the channel the channel all the slash getting involved page or whatever. Yeah totally that's a really nice touch. I like that and apparently there was also a demo of plasma and Microsoft being used voice control a car new and yeah general talk about plasma and embedded devices voices which sounds cool next up. Heather Ellsworth has blocked out adding snap meditated upstream projects. And the reason why I picked this one out is because has just joined joined canonical and I met Heather in Paris a couple of weeks ago and she was like you know thrown into the deep end just starting with the company after company engineering sprint. So she gets to me. Everyone is the perfect opportunity to get to me. Everyone that she's going to be working with if she's fantastic is really great. I'm really happy for the Vista team to have joining or nickname. which is hells worth which are quite like does enjoy every time I see an IRC? Yeah a few people say to me. WHO's this hells worth the keys popping up on C.? Channels I I imagine a little bit intimidating. Yes well a fun way to start your career at a new company. You get flown out to Paris and your first Introduction to your team is an engineering sprint. For a week some bit hard. KOLBA FA fantastic introduction to the team Sarah blog post out Tam You know why you should put. You'll stamp coffee hamill in your upstream projects which obviously given. That's something I do my job. I was quite pleased to see written up and spread far and wide. So yeah it's good I could I blog post. I have anymore. Get One particular thing I liked about that post heist was highlighting the not every APP maintain. Ah is going to be experienced all necessary. Particularly about keeping that snaps APPs craft stuff up to date so might not want to accept into their upstream repository Bu- There's a community of snap. Croft his out there who will happy to help. Help maintain this stuff upstream. It's important that it gets upstream so people have a vested interested in helping. Make sure it gets there Martin. Auden what's next the Juggle of the multimedia industry g St Mary's holding their annual conference in Leone from The thirty I took Tiber to the first of November. It's weird you don't think of g stream of being a Juggernaut of the multimedia world because it's just a bunch of the you see is just a bunch of libraries that give you like Codex and the ability to play video and stuff. Is this way with seeing something that obviously the people are very passionate about. They've worked on for a long time and there is an important part of the stack..

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"And in this week we in the show this week we are going to have some ABC News and Events and some headlines and new segment that might be a big generous but it's of a segment and next new joining me this week all the usual crew of Martin Hello Alad yo-yo-you oh I had to say that because I mean a crew now apparently you'll you'll so hip it's I could have gone for the pirate angle what no no pie crew on a pirate ship right yeah Oh Anyway Elson have you been doing with yourself since last we spoke I I've been playing a lot of Lego worlds what is leg I- Wald's Liga worlds he's the game that my daughter loves above all other things in this world is it like minecraft with leg I by any chance yeah I think it's similar I mean we don't play in like the adventure married which I think would be more mind crofty minecraft even Minecraft Ian Yeah so we play in sandbox mode where welds get spooned and you have access to every character brick and building device that's open to the game and you can go into this world and make it your iron and my daughter has an amazing imagination for what she wants to recreate which usually involves in Split screen basically flattening the landscape entirely and then creating a whole new world of of of her design is pretty fun coal and what you playing this on the Oh goodness was cooled invidia shield so well technically we're playing on steam but we're streaming to the NVIDIA shield and we both the front room controller each the videos shield streaming a cloud instance of steam and it works remarkably well you said the invidia showed is plugged into TV yes I say yes are you a eight eight hundred an interface to steam yeah and you'd never know you know as as Karzai with is concerned the nvidia shield is a games console on that game's console has like a world's on it and when she invites friends round they play like world you know it's it's quite transparent and it boggles my mind every time we do it because I saw these amendments I think Craig's list is being streamed and you don't know by sorry doesn't it well native skinny may fire onto almost team box I seem correct it's a windows game but it does work very well under Proton as well it's interesting tonight yeah cool right and what have you been doing I have been playing with think pads that seems like you never go a couple of unpack x sixty one S is I do not know what those are those are full by three aspect ratio x series so they're the kind of one that doesn't have a vessel around the keyboard you just have the keyboard and then a smooth palm rest and that said oh I wear guys like right to the edge at the end is like a big square box yes so compact design yes compact and Bijou Mustang and the the thing is did with two things I I bought some replacement batteries for them because the ones I had went lasting very long and I've actually started using them a little bit more even though they're quite old and crusty I did reinstall on one of them and I've installed a Bantu from the net install image I've put no graphical desktop on it previously had two core on it but a bunch of course is a little bit too restrictive for Real element workstation as it were because his will read only stuff you've had up into coronet for some time 'cause I commend you taking that Laptop to Oak camp last year I I say APPs applications and I use my oh boo and I have have all says up to have my email and my and so yeah that's why I've been playing them both batteries from Ebay and that means that they actually lost a decent amount of time through three or four hours they genuine one.

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"And in this week we in the show this week we are going to have some ABC News and Events and some headlines and new segment that might be a big generous but it's of a segment and next new joining me this week all the usual crew of Martin Hello Alad yo-yo-you oh I had to say that because I mean a crew now apparently you'll you'll so hip it's I could have gone for the pirate angle what no no pie crew on a pirate ship Right Yeah Oh Anyway Elson have you been doing with yourself since last we spoke I I've been playing a lot of Lego worlds what is leg I- Wald's Liga worlds he's the game that my daughter loves above all other things in this world is it like minecraft with leg I by any chance yeah I think it's similar I mean we don't play in like the adventure married which I think would be more mind crofty minecraft even Minecraft Ian Yeah so we play in sandbox mode where welds get spooned and you have access to every character brick and building device that's open to the game and you can go into this world and make it your iron and my daughter has an amazing imagination for what she wants to recreate which usually involves in split screen basically flattening the landscape entirely and then creating a whole new world of of of her design is pretty fun coal and what you playing this on the Oh goodness was cooled invidia shield so well technically we're playing on steam but we're streaming to the NVIDIA shield and we both the front room controller each the videos shield streaming a cloud instance of steam and it works remarkably well Karzai with is concerned the Nvidia Shield is a games console on that game's console has like a world's on it and when she invites friends round they play like world you know it's it's quite transparent and it boggles my mind every time we do it because I saw these amendments I think Craig's list is being streamed and you don't know by sorry doesn't it it's interesting tonight yeah cool right and what have you been doing I have been playing with think pads oh that seems like you never go a couple of unpack x sixty one S is I do not know what those are those are full by three aspect ratio x series so they're the kind of one that doesn't have a vessel around the keyboard you just have the keyboard and then a smooth palm rest and that said oh I wear guys like right to the edge at the end is like a big square box yes so compact design yes compact and Bijou Mustang and the the thing is Did with two things I I bought some replacement batteries for them because the ones I had went lasting very long and I've actually started using them a little bit more even though they're quite old and crusty I did reinstall on one of them and I've installed a Bantu from the net install image I've put no graphical desktop on it previously had two core on it but a bunch of course is a little bit too restrictive for real element workstation as it were because his will read only stuff you've had up into coronet for some time 'cause I commend you taking that Laptop to oak camp last year I I say APPS applications and I use my oh boo and I have have all says up to have my email and my and I have sink thing on it to synchronize documents and everything do you plug in a modem dialup to demon Internet has WIFI Oh yes that's already good didn't get integrated into a call by pestering you yes I did so yeah that's why I've been playing them both batteries from Ebay and that means that they actually lost a decent amount of time through three or four hours they genuine one.

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"The e book viewer on the PDF output stuff which is obviously taken a long time because these things do take time. But there's also been some other work going on with There's a content server Part of Of the APP which has had other features added to it which were previously. I think are available in the desktop. Apps. Things like conversion and Meta data tend to make a more fully-fledged management which is called. It's a funny application. I remember hearing about this Maybe twenty ten something like that somewhere around there. Where when Amazon kindle started becoming super popular and People on Windows needed a thing to manage their e books and the windows using friends. I had all use this thing and when we interviewed covet back here years ago. He said it's I get complaints about the U I and even now you get limits uses and people with a design bent who look at it and say looks like trash windows for some reason the novus windows user who just wants a thing to manage that books and getting on an e reader. They love it it works. The big buttons face works for them. So you know. And he's he's he's the only gig in town. Nobody else there on if you said well. E Book Management Software is there. There are few electron APPs kicking around but this is the one that everyone uses are aware of it is in my consciousness. But I've never used it because I've never had an e book or a friend of the show strong language. I believe uses Caliber and I don't think he has an E. reader. Either he uses it manages e books and I think he reads books on his phone. Yes because they'll sink so you don't have to have any reader device you just. It's just a way of managing your e Book content basically but it has so many other things I it can go and get the news headlines and turn that into book and put it on your device. Vesey in the morning so when you get on the train you can read the news and these days you your smartphone. For that in those days you'll you'll even greater was disconnected and there was no way to read the news on on it so it's certainly a very comprehensive software does it. There's a plugin for it for if you have a adobe digital editions. Drm ENCUMBERED E book. That will liberate the the the the book from from that which she's actually is bizarre. You install plugging uses wine to fire up. Something in the background in subtly or books unencumbered. It's it's kind of some black magic in the background which I don't really understand but it's quite clever and at school software mark. Yes I know how but yes It's quite cool. I think even though yet the design might not be the best eight so functional and it's intuitive enough to you so you know I like it and that's all of the news this week. We love your feedback. If you've got some comments about something here on the show. Why don't you drop his name out on? Show at Apple podcasts. Dot Org.

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"The twentieth anniversary of g stream of being thing. So that's pretty impressive and Following the conference they're going to be having a hack fest where they're going to be working on. Gee Streamer and also pipe wire and in my simplistic view of the world. I think pipe pliers like pulse audio two point zero that also can include video as well as audio manipulation now Martin you wanted to introduce our new segment. Yes we've created. A new segment is cooled career corner. We should probably have a sexy jingle in that while of 'cause careering around corners. Zoey cars car wheels. Screeching that sort of thing. You know cartoon glass smashing thing So we're going to pick one from The careers page this week So the into project is hiring for into desktop software engineer specifically focused on wwl they windows subsystem for Lennox. So if you are skilled with wwl Oregon to all both all INEX- and Lennox then you might want to apply for that and I have it on good authority that this might include A SPLASH OF HYPER V. As well so if that sounds like something you'd be interested in maybe you know somebody who'd be interested in that let them know we'll have a link in the show notes And if you know of any jobs the our listeners might be interested in that we can highlight Drop us an email to show at a two PODCAST ORG and we'll be happy to feature them in future episodes. And if we get deluge with lots of jobs them will provide links in future show notes hopefully open source related shelves would be preferable and not just like my like chip shops hiring or something like that is amazing. How many bakers I had applying for jobs Datacenter suites in the past and finally some events. The Lennox application is still coming up. It's the eleventh to the fifteenth of November in Barcelona Spain yet and they've published the speaker schedule on the website which will link shuts and CG l. The Seattle Canoe. The next conference is on the Fourteenth Fifteenth of November Two Thousand Nineteen at Seattle Central College Washington Washington State. Yes on their seeking volunteers. That's right yes there specifically seeking volunteers for the event and they say to email them at participate at CG L. to all that will be in the show notes as well it in case you can't pass it via your ears. Yes that's sea L. Dot Org.

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

09:16 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Announced time for some community news and events What's up I in the community? Use mollison restore fees. Who's our product manager or have been to a and the Robotics team Have started a monthly state of robotics blog which they posted on the of anti blog. And you might remember that Kyle from the into robotics team was on the podcast episodes guy. So yeah this is a really comprehensive. Roundup of lots of things have been going on recently in the robotics space so some of the things have been up to is doing automated and to some extent manual sort of code audits of Rose One and rose to and if you listen to those episodes a few A few weeks back roses the robot operating system. And it's like a big collection of middleware to enable you to create robots Relatively easily and You know that team have identified a number of near Sivas exist in rose one and rose to and not only did I raise those bugs in the upstream projects but then the two years team Waited in and fixed all of those and provided patches for them as well. Oh let's get going good citizens countries into upstream projects heard of four. Someone who works for Canonical would do that. I know it's amazing right. Unfathomable Yeah And they also the team Russo Roles Con Japan. A couple of weeks ago You know talking about You know open to as a robot rope assists platform and we gave some toques that had a little robot that we showing off You know how you can use a button to control manipulation arms and stuff I'm one of the team so If you're a pilot developing you might be familiar that there's pice into in this python three and took a long time for people to Migrate From. Piscine two to three in the navy simplistic time. At times I exists in rows with rows one and rose to so they robotics team also created a bunch of cheat sheets for rose to to help people get get familiar with Ross. To a move there were back from Ross one to prostate core like a sort of a very mature stone. Thing right. Yeah I like things. Helen what some next. So we've mentioned Uganda's happening soon very soon in Portugal and I saw this blog post which I thought was interesting because nobody blog posts about technical events are all about the talks. People have going on and The people you see demos and stuff like that but this this proposed schooled Sintra Parks and places cultural visit program and They've put a whole scheduled together of places to go and things to see links to open street map and stuff for people who are attending but specifically who'd be attending before the actual event starts so it doesn't start until this weekend as we recording this but people are already there like yesterday today and as a whole bunch of events go so in in recent years. I've gone to Uconn as a holiday because you get to me. All of you mates from the been to community from around Europe at this thing and you get to hang out with them so I've been going and using as a holiday and I'm alone because these guys have gone out there like five days before the event starts to go out and have a coach will experience together for the days leading up to the event and go out and see things I saw grass today. Some of the went down to the Beach Surfing and other events news skull more has been to academy which is the annual Katie conference which I think was in Milan in Italy. This year And she's done a blog post and linked to a round up of the talks and sessions. That were going on there. Yeah I thought it was useful to put the because Yes a little window on the world of an event that's all about bringing together K. D. Developers and the people who work on Katie applications. And it's good to see the perspective of someone who went to Academy Kaz. It's a good thing to point to next year. If someone's trying to figure out if they want to get you mcadam eum what goes on there so I think people who go to events should writes up these kind of triples more often and their Details of what happened with met their expectations because other people who are going to go to these events need to know for next time about The next time the event is on so I think he's great. Yeah there's some really interesting things going on that Scholars spoke about some of the birds of feather session. That she was part of toy out. Things like Sinking neon with with Debbie packages to make sure that things are up today in both directions. And there's some information about the some of the talks which were so focused on various objectives of Katie and goals so there was stuff about Looking at biking privacy insecurity into APPs as the most important consideration about things like even usability in some cases like even though people might not like it. It's important that they get the privacy and security right I even if it makes things harder to use in some cases starts now. It's interesting to see that. So of declared as a worthwhile tradeoff Also one that sounded really interesting was a focus on on boarding new users and some of the ways. They're doing that. So they've They've adopted Matrix as a communication platform. Get Lab for hosting the code and the projects and also something called the Katie. Welcome team which sounds really interesting and actually dedicated team to onboard people in the into the community which I think a loss of open source communities. Don't do as well as they could. And you're having people who you can you. CanNot she directs new uses inside? These people can tell you how to get involved rather than just pointing everyone to the channel the channel all the slash getting involved page or whatever. Yeah totally that's a really nice touch. I like that and apparently there was also a demo of plasma and Microsoft being used voice control a car new and yeah general talk about plasma and embedded devices which sounds cool next up heather. Ellsworth has blocked out adding snap meditated upstream projects. And the reason why I picked this one out is because has just joined canonical and I met Heather in Paris. A couple of weeks ago and she was like thrown into the deep end just starting with the company after company. Engineering Sprint. So she gets to me. Everyone is the perfect opportunity to get to me. Everyone that she's going to be working with I she's fantastic Israeli Graham. I'm really happy for the Vista team to have joining or nickname. Which is hells worth which are quite like does enjoy every time I see an IRC. Yeah a few people say to me. Who's this hells worth the keys popping up on c? Channels I imagine a little bit intimidating. Yes well a fun way to start your career at a new company. You get flown out to Paris and your first introduction to your team is an engineering sprint. For a week some bit hard. Kolba FA fantastic introduction to the team. Sarah blog post was out. Tam Why you should put you'll stamp coffee hamill in your upstream projects which obviously given. That's do my job. I was quite pleased to see Written up And spread far and wide. So yeah it's good I could. I blog post. I have anymore. Get One particular thing I liked about. That post was highlighting the Nor every APP MAINTAIN AH is going to be experienced all necessary particularly about keeping that snaps craft stuff up to date so might not want to accept into their upstream repository Buh. There's a community of snap. Croft HIS OUT THERE. Who WILL HAPPY TO HELP? Maintain this stuff upstream. It's important that it gets upstream so people have a vested interested in helping. Make sure it gets there Martin. What's next the Juggle of the multimedia industry g St Mary's holding their annual conference in Leone from The thirty first for Tiber to the first of November. It's weird you don't think of g stream of being a Juggernaut of the multimedia world because it's just a bunch of you see it's just a bunch of libraries that give you like Codex and the ability to play video and stuff. Is this way with seeing something that obviously the people are very passionate about. They've worked on for a long time and there is an important part of the stack. You know it's it's funny. How people are super passionate about just one very tightly focused part of the stack. I found interesting. So this g stream of conference marks.

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"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Hello and Welcome Season Twelve episode twenty seven of the urban to podcast choosing the eighth October. It's a bit chilly. And in this week we in the show this week we are going to have some career not news and events and some news headlines and new segment that might be a big generous but it's of a segment and next new. Look joining me this week. All the usual crew of Martin. Hello and Alan. Yo Yo yo I had to say that because I mean a crew now. Apparently you'll you'll so hip it's you could have gone for the pirate angle. What now a pirate crew on a pirate ship right? Yeah Oh Anyway Elson. What have you been doing with yourself? Since last we spoke I. I've been playing a lot of Lega worlds. What is leg I waltz? Lego worlds is the game that my daughter loves above all other things in this world. Is it like minecraft with leg. I by any chance yeah. I think it's similar. I mean don't play in like the adventure mode which I think would be more mind. Crofty minecraft even mine Crofton. Yeah so we play in sandbox mode where welds get spooned and you have access to every character brick and building device. That's open to the game and you can go into this world and make it your own and my daughter has an amazing imagination for what she wants to recreate which usually involves In split screen basically flattening the landscape entirely and then creating a whole new world of of of her design is pretty fun toll on what you playing this on on the Oh goodness what's it called the video shield so well technically we're playing on steam but we're streaming to the NVIDIA shield and we both sit in the front room controller h the videos streaming a Cloud instance of steam and. It works remarkably. Well sorry said that in video showed his parked in TV. Yes I say yes. Are you a eight eight an interface to steam? Yeah and you'd never know you know. As as far as I'm concerned. The nvidia shield is a games console on that game's console has Leka worlds on it and when she invites friends round. They play like worlds. You know it's it's quite transparent and it boggles my mind every time we do it because I saw these domains where I think Craig's list is being streamed and you don't know by sorry doesn't it's not a native. It's getting me to sort of steam box. I seem correct. It's a windows game but it does work very well under Proton as well. Oh that's interesting. Yeah Cool Right Alan. What have you been doing? I have been playing with think pads that. Seems like you never go a couple of thinkpad x sixty one S is. I do not know what those are. Those are full by three aspect ratio x series. So they're the kind of one that doesn't have a basil around the keyboard. You just have the keyboard and then a swoop palm rest and that say oh I wear guys like right to the edge of the and is like a big square box. Yes so compact design yes compact and Bijou Mustang and the The thing I did with three things I I bought some replacement batteries for them because the ones I had went lasting very long and I've actually started using them a little bit more even though they're quite old and crusty But I did reinstall on one of them. And I've installed a Bantu from the net. Install image an I've put. No graphical desktop on it previously had two core on it but a bunch of course is a little bit too restrictive for real Development workstation as it were because he's will read only stuff. You've had up into coronet for some time because I can remember you taking that laptop to. Oh camp last year with a Bantu core. I is that the same one it is but I'll take again this year But this time it will have proper innovative companies to come online day. Yes it's still only or text my Darnley rather yes and I've installed all my apps and I've got I say APPs applications and I use my. Oh Boo and I have have it all set up to have my email and my and I have sink thing on it to synchronize documents and everything do you plug in a modem dialup to demon Internet has WIFI. I'll have you know and and you can't control Wi fi from the Komo online. Using a network manager has a thing could in two and Mt. Ui Oh yes. That's already good didn't get integrated into a cool by pestering. Who yes I date so yeah. That's why I've been playing them both batteries from Ebay and That means that they actually lost a decent amount of time through three or four hours. They genuine ones soul reproduction. Ones know they just a box with a bunch of eighteen six fifty cells in liquid lithium flapping about inside it but yet they work.

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"exile" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Throughline

"So in the process of escaping to freedom they actually set the foundation for Canadian extradition law yeah and in fact by doing so they opened up a path for other freedom seekers remembered this happened thirty thirty years before the civil war at that point the underground railroad was in its infancy relatively undeveloped and Canada came to be a destination for many place outside the reach of the fugitive slave act and the Blackburn's were pioneers in this movement of people who migrated north from the southern. US to escape slavery what happened to the people who rioted for the Blackburn's back in Detroit almost everyone was arrested. This is called all the Blackburn riots of eighteen thirty three and anybody who was involved in was jailed and find it was a tremendous upheaval about a third of Detroit's African American and citizenry left to trait. They moved to Upper Canada as a direct result of this event. So where did the Blackburn's go after they. They were released from jail. The couple moved to Toronto in eighteen thirty four Thornton went to work as a waiter but caroline says even though slavery was was abolished there racism still existed and so he wanted to get away from these people who were probably treating him just as badly as in a dining room in Louisville well. I would imagine so thornton like many other free. Black people in Canada chose to start a business. He saved up and bought his own carriage in the business he created for himself was a taxicab company. Thornton call his cab the city and he ran the first taxi business in Upper Canada this to keep getting better so thornton brought the taxicab Toronto Yeah Yeah and the business like a took off the Blackburn's made bank. They gave a great deal of it away over the course of their life to help other freedom seekers the Blackburn's helped resettle many of these freedom seekers they actually owned six houses in Toronto by this yeah they did very well and they rented most of those houses out for very nominal rents to other freedom seekers. It's up to the time of the civil war to help them get settled. One of the refugees they helped resettle was Thornton's mother a few years after they started the taxi acsi Business Thornton actually left Canada crossed over to Kentucky and brought her back to live in Toronto so he went back to the place he was enslaved in the opposite direction of the underground railroad rescued his mom and then media all the way to Canada with her yeah. It's amazing I mean this was a really dangerous address journey and he could have been caught at any moment but because he took that risk Thornton's mom was able to live out her days Toronto as a free woman.

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"exile" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Throughline

"This is Michael roughing in Yates Deal Georgia and you're listening to three rewind from NPR support for this podcast and the following message come from Exxon Mobil the company that believes that carbon urban captured technologies are critical for lowering global. Co Two emissions and more and more scientists agree as a leader and capturing emissions in its own operations Exxon Mobil was working on ways to make this technology more efficient and affordable for other industries as well. That's the unexpected energy of Exxon Mobil find out more at energy energy factor dot com. It's Iras here from how I built this on. NPR and on our latest episode we tell the story of how Andy Putty Komen Rich Pearson turned Andy's Wendy's experience as a Buddhist monk into a guided meditation APP. It's called head space and it's now used by millions of people around the world. New episodes come out every Monday. Hey listen and subscribe right now two years after escaping slavery in Kentucky and just days after being forced out of their home in Detroit the Blackburn's were now in Canada but they weren't safe yet. The Mayor of Detroit sent a letter to a sheriff and Canada seeing that the Blackburn's had initiated a riot they had aroused civil unrest and there was going to be an extradition demand for the Blackburn's though no one died some were seriously injured in the riots sites including the sheriff the Sheriff Sheriff Wilson was beaten within an inch of his life and that I don't think was part of the original plan at all so things got out of hand once the crowd surged up the stairs of the jailhouse to the Canadian officials must have been in kind of a diplomatic bind right trying to figure out what to do with the Blackburn's exactly Canada and the US were more or less friendly at the time you have to know. Canada wasn't even a country yet. It was still a British territory and there was no interest in a rousing violence on the part of the Upper Canadian government now just a few months prior to the Blackburn's escape Canada had passed its first extradition law it was called the fugitive offenders act and that act required that if they were going to be sending accused criminal torturous diction outside of Canada it required that the crime of which there accused was a capital crime in other words according to Canadian law the only way the Blackburn's could be sent back was if they were accused of a capital crime like murder escaping from slavery wasn't a crime in Canada however arousing civil unrest and trying to kill the Sheriff of Detroit would have been an those are the crimes of which the blacks were accused over the next few weeks while the Blackburn sat in separate jail cells Canadian officials tried to figure out whether they should allow them to stay in Canada her or to send them back. The slave catcher from Kentucky Talbot Clean Oldham quickly came to argue that Canada should give him the Blackburn's. This man young man was very arrogant. He went across the river to see the judges deliberating the case and he demands the upper Canadian in government. Just turn them over but this wasn't going to happen. The abolitionist movement in Canada was strong that riled people up and put them very largely on the Blackburn side another white man that crossed over to talk to the judges about the Blackburn's was the city Attorney of Detroit Roy Alexander Fraser. The city attorney's White City attorney was he also there to speed up this extradition process. No Alexandra Frazier came on his own to argue against sending the Blackburn's back he was actually part of the Group of people who plan the Blackburn's escape Alexander Frazier told the judges that the Blackburn's couldn't be found guilty for starting a riot after all rookie was is already in Canada when the rioting began in Detroit the court case ended after several weeks and the Attorney General of Upper Canada delivered. It is vital verdict. The prevailing thought was that Upper Canada could not return an accused criminal to a jurisdiction where the punishment for the crime of which there accused was harsher than the British colonial law of the province would allow if the black prince were returned to be tried in an American court art it wouldn't matter whether they were guilty or innocent they would have the same sentence they would be enslaved for life. Enslavement wasn't a punishment under colonial law in Canada. They wouldn't send the Blackburn's back the Blackburn's could stay and if this is really important part because because this is the foundation of Canadian extradition lot to this day. We still don't send people to places where they're going to be executed suited or tortured. We don't always get it right but that is the foundation of extradition law and it started with a case of Thornton Lucie Blackman. They made history history. We she called Ruthie Lucy. When Ruthie made it into Canada she changed her name. I'm to Lucy and kept that name for the rest of her life.

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"exile" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Throughline

"On a table or a chair in the living room the very house where she had served and she was auctioned off to the highest biased bitter the highest bidder was another local businessman and caroline says he had plans to resell This is Blackburn was very very beautiful and that was not an asset to an enslaved woman never because ah she was worth far more in the deep South and the markets in New Orleans were halted bouncy girl markets than she ever would have been as a House Servant in Louisville fancy girl markets. I think we know what that means. Yeah sex trafficking but ruthie wouldn't accept that fate Sunday morning July third eighteen thirty one the day before independence and was that symbolic and the ducks were quiet church church mic sets it was a perfect time to try to escape the couldn't have been many many people bear to see Thornton and ruthie dressed in their finest clothes the hailed of ferried to take them from the Kentucky side across the river to Indiana. Yeah and from there the boarded a steamboat headed north up the Ohio River. Where were they headed. It's unclear whether they had set set destination in mind. All they knew was that they would need to travel far enough to evade slave catchers. How far was far enough far enough to be safe to be free. After all there was an iron fisted law in place to prevent enslaved people from escaping the federal fugitive slave law law which had been passed in seventeen ninety three and empowered slaveholders or their agents to capture freedom seekers anywhere in the United United States and white people could be fined or even imprisoned if they were caught helping fugitive slaves fugitive slaves but I prefer the term freedom seekers because it speaks to agency of the people who escaped from slavery rather than the language used by slaveholders who were complaining about their fugitive property and that's in quotation marks.

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"exile" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Throughline

"Tell me a little bit about how about your first car and I'm going to get a level on my end. My first car was eight juncker the KOSPI seventeen hundred dollars. I didn't learn to drive till I was thirty six so I thought I should learn. This is Caroline smarts frost. She's the author of a book called. I've gotTa home in glory land a lost. He'll all of the underground railroad and she was my guide through the story. I know this is probably irrelevant but I'm kind of surprised. She didn't learn how to drive until she was thirty. Six six. I had the same thought what kept you from learning for so long I didn't really need it. I lived in Toronto which has really good public transportation but once she started started driving caroline put a lot of miles on her car because between the nineteen eighties and early two thousands she often drove across the border into the US to research the origins of the underground railroad and the story of one couple in particular Thornton and Ruthie Blackburn. You know I fell in love with the black prince wants and I would spend you're right. It was two decades. It was twenty years of my life. I spent every holiday and every spare minute every cent I had going to Kentucky the and I actually eventually went to thirteen. US states to find the story of the Black Prince. What was it about the Blackburn's that made. Are you know so interested in diving into their story well for starters. The Blackburn's had an incredible story of escape. The odds were stacked against them. They faced obstacle after obstacle on their way up to Canada the encountered violence and even spent time in jail along the way without even knowing it they helped shape the underground on railroad and set the foundation for Canada's extradition laws..

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"exile" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Throughline

"Hi My name is Paula Polk from Frisco Texas and you're listening to through line from NPR support for this podcast and the following message come from home instead dead senior care Bonnie a home. Instead Caregiver knows that building trust is essential to forging strong relationships with her home instead clients. I I seem to add a paper and I called and three days. After I was hired. I was with my very first client. You've got to have patience in order to be it caregiver. You've got to build up trust. I just love it. I couldn't ask for better job or a better climate to learn more or to search for available senior care a job opportunities with home. Instead senior care visit home instead dot com. Did you know about the Cuban connection to Cuban jazz or how Mambo influenced early rock and roll Tom. I'm Felix contreras host of NPR music's outlet. You know podcast. I'll tell you about all those exciting stories and much more in some special programming. I've cooked up for Latino you know heritage month listen and subscribe to all. Latino from NPR run from teen. I've got a great story for you all about immigration not of the southern border like you might expect but at the northern border with Canada the US candidate border is the longest shared shared border between any two countries in the world. It's five thousand miles long but that's more than five thousand me. Why would it be before we get into it. Why don't you introduce yourself okay. My name is parts. Shaw and I'm a producer on the NPR show hidden brain all right so so far we know that this story takes place at the US Canada border right right nearly two hundred hundred years ago and it's about people who fled the United States for a better life..

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"exile" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"exile" Discussed on Throughline

"Migrate Caravan from Central America to the US border thousands of Central American and migrants who are trying to get into the US are still blocked at Mexico southern. We're out of space to hold them and we have no way to promptly return them back home to their country. They arrive at our border and he says go back to where you came from. In the meantime communities along both sides of the border are responding wanting to the increase in families and children fleeing instability and violence on a risky journey to renew future or at least the hope of one You're listening to through line from NPR will be go back in time to understand the present. Hey I'm routine audibly. I'm Rhonda and on this episode American exile. Let's start with a few questions who is a migrant. Where do they come from. Why are they leaving their homes and as a country how should we treat them all those questions have been at the center of discussions about immigration in the US for a while now needless to say it's been a heated debate the focus most recently has been on the migrants trying to get into the US across the southern border with Mexico. Some are seeking a new life and economic opportunities and many are just fleeing for their lives and for centuries the US has been a destination for people in this situation but we were curious. was there ever a time when that script was flipped when Americans were the ones fleeing and seeking a better life in another country and that led us to stories that both happen around the same time during the period of slavery in America and take us figuratively and literally in completely different directions.

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