35 Burst results for "Federico"

"federico" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

07:27 min | 2 months ago

"federico" Discussed on Epicenter

"And users for all these protocols to spend 50% of the transaction fee on those 50% transaction fee goes to the validators on 50% of the transaction fee goes to the develop the developer team. So the contract owners. And so that is evil to fund additional sources like provide additional funding for the team. That's more like, why is it better? It has lower transaction fees. Additionally, liquidity services. So from all these EVM chains and also from the cosmos ecosystem and with the new interchange composability component, as I mentioned before, other chains will be directly able to interact with these smart contracts via VC. And also this Mark contracts on atmos will be able to call the other smart contracts that are supported on the VM on the atmosphere on other chains, for example. So you don't need to fragment composability at all. Okay, got it. So that's the one thing I remember hearing about but I forgot is that transaction fees can go in a DeFi application on F most transaction fees can go to the liquidity provider, but they can also go to our sorry, not transaction fees. But the swap fees can also go to the validator. Yeah, so the key thing here is normally on Ethereum and this is also a key difference with the rest of the VM ecosystem as on Ethereum and other EVM ecosystems. If you're paying the transaction fee that transaction fee is going directly to the blog proposer, either the minor or the validator. Here, instead, the main difference is that 50% goes to the developer under 50% goes to the blog proposer. To developer, to the developer of the contract of the contract. Yeah. Yes. What this creates effectively is decentralized marketplace and decentralized App Store, where the users that are interacting with the DeFi application are paying 50% of the transaction fee to the developer and 50% of the transaction fee to the blog proposer. And it's not that they are paying an extra 50%, it's just that the fee that they are already paying sigma three theorem or other EVM chains is now being split between the two organizations or the developer and the blog proposer. What this ensures alignment with their protocol itself so that dividers still get the rewards that they are generated during the validation of the protocol and proof of stake. Plus the G 50% of the transaction fees, but now you're also incentivizing all these developers to calm deploy their applications to have us on this great larger. It's like chicken and egg problem. How do you bring in more users if there are no applications? And through this, you're also incentivizing new developers to come in and deploy. Through these what we call dot store model. So this is a really novel I think functionality in blockchains generally. I don't think that there's any other chain that does this where the smart contract developers also remunerated for transaction fees. Do you think this is something that other chains will adopt? Is this something that you could see kind of spreading in the EVM ecosystem as well? Yeah, I think there are a lot of, I mean, so if you think about the way of funding a team right now, the teams either race funding for the company, like traditional sources of funding, go to VC, go to early angel investors and they provide they dilute themselves in order to attract new investors and then you also have the token model where they launch a new token and they distribute that and the team holds a large percentage of the token. But if you think about it, it hasn't been a sustainable long sustainable funding mechanism that is directly correlated with the usage of the application. So the more users interact with the application here on Evans, the more transaction fees, the developer again. So it's a long sustainable and it's in parallel to these two other funding models that I mentioned before, but it's a more like it's a healthier one in the long term because it allows you generate continuous revenue to the developer team. Yeah, like totally changes the economics, I think, for the developer team. And when a developer launches a contract, are these parameters that you can set say, okay, I want to take 50% or I can take less or like if I don't want to have any other transactions like different contracts might have different ideas about how these fees should be repetition between the miners or the validators and the contracts or the teams. Is this by default or is it something that you can set up yeah so it's set by default or this is something that we need to analyze with the core team. But for now the current specification that we have, it's set in by default. But what you can do as a developer is if you don't want to actually earn this reward, you can set the address that you want to instead of you the developer team receiving 50% of the transaction fees. You could redirect those tokens to the community pool, if you want. Or to the value itself. So you can get the volatiles, and then reward the Vader or if you want to allocate those tokens to the entire pool of validators, you can also distribute them to the entire pool of violators, so there are different options here. And you can even, you can even set another contract developer address. Or find another Through this mechanism. Yeah, where you could fund some charity or something. And that's totally up to the developer and they can change the address whenever they.

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"federico" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"federico" Discussed on Epicenter

"Of the show which talks about the technologies projects and people driving decentralization and the blockchain revolution. I am Sebastian guccio. Today I'm speaking with Federico kunze kuma. He's the cofounder of utmost, the CEO of the company that is driving that project, tharsis, and he used previously an engineering over a tendermint, a sort of an OG in the cosmos and inter chain ecosystem. This interview was recorded on a new podcast that I'm launching. It's called the interop. And it's all about understanding the decentralized economic networks that make up the interchange, the cosmos ecosystem, and I hope to get a better understanding of the topology of the Internet of blockchains and the technologies that make it possible. This is a podcast for developers and investors and I hope to have really in depth technical conversations with the people that I interview similar to the kinds of interviews that we do on April center, but also discuss the long-term prospects for the interesting and cosmos ecosystem. So part of the interview will be released here on epicenter and the remaining third of the interview the last part, which talks about the recent hiccups around the launch of F most will be released on the interop podcast. And so there will be a link in the show notes of this episode that takes you to the different YouTube channels and podcast apps where you can listen and subscribe to the podcast and I hope you'll subscribe because it's gonna be a lot of fun and we're diving deep into the cosmos ecosystem and everything that's going on there right now. Before you go to the interview, I'd like to tell you about our sponsors for this week. Pair swap is a multi chain Dex aggregator. This means that through para swap, you can easily access the liquidity of various decentralized exchanges, the protocol automatically finds the cheapest liquidity.

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"federico" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"federico" Discussed on AP News

"So I'm just going to say the regular season's over All right In the Saturday game pitting ranked opponents number 6 Kansas had to go overtime to defeat number 21 Texas 70 63 Jayhawks coach Bill self says this makes for a nice springboard going into the big 12 tournament If we lost this game we would be going into Kansas City trying to recapture some momentum And I don't think that'll be the case now 8th ranked Purdue head to huff and puff but held off Indiana 69 67 Other ranked winners included Arizona Baylor auburn and Kentucky Hockey in a confrontation of top Western Conference talent the flames defeated the avalanche four three in overtime Meanwhile the blues lost to the islanders two one In other action two teams found the back of the net 8 times Arizona outscored Ottawa 8 5 and Nashville squished San Jose ate nothing Bruce Morton AP sports A North Carolina woman gets her lost dog back after more than a year and 200 miles Kendall Federico with gilford county animal services says in November they got the dog it was adopted but didn't get along with the family's cats they reposted a picture online That's when the owner's daughter in New York saw it The owner actually commented on her picture and said that hey that's my dog Here it was a picture of him He was missing for a year Frederic goes as a 5 year old hound mix is lucky to be reunited It's definitely a crazy story And honestly probably something of a miracle that it was even able to happen given the circumstances She says the dog had a microchip the information wasn't current and reminds people keep it updated I'm Julie Walker.

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North Carolina dog owner reunited with pet after 1 year

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

North Carolina dog owner reunited with pet after 1 year

"A North Carolina woman gets her lost dog back after more than a year and two hundred miles Kendall Federico with Guilford county animal services says in November they got the dog it was adopted but didn't get along with the family's cats they re posted a picture online that's when the owner's daughter in New York sought we commented on her picture and send it back Hey that's my dog here picture of him he was missing for a year Federico says the five year old town makes is lucky to be reunited read the story and honestly probably something of a miracle that it would be even able to happen given the circumstances she says the dog had a microchip the information wasn't current and reminds people keep it updated I'm Julie Walker

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"federico" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"federico" Discussed on AppStories

"I already have the syntax for referencing that image in obsidian. Luckily they sitting my bread. And again there's going to be screenshots showing these so you can picture what i'm referring to here but basically because the session notes contain the flow of just the way the session was present. Right right Some things were said before other things and they also contain screenshots of some slights. I just prefer to keep them intact and say you know rather than copy and paste. I'm just going to refer to them as they are. I think having those transcripts in the session videos are a nice supplement to that in the sense that you know you can always go back and do a quick search the transcript to find a spot if you wanna rewatch it. Because i've found myself doing that in the past two and it's incredibly valuable. That apple provides those transcripts because they they the actual the words in the transcript link back to the exact spot in the video and you can just click on them and then you're right back door you need to re listen which is which is a fantastic deal. All right federico. Well that's re- that's really interesting. It's i've musing the simpler system. I was. I was really intrigued to hear exactly what you're doing. And it's not as complex as it sounds. I think people when they see the screenshots. Take a look and you'll get. I think you'll get a sense pretty quickly for what's going on here. But it is. The flexibility of obsidian is what makes it works particularly well because it it allows you to kind of mold. The app to your exact specific needs may not everybody's going to have the same needs for screen shots and things like federico has but the that kind of thing is very doable and obsidian and whatever your needs may be. I think there's there's usually a way to figure out to do it in obsidian so pretty neat app. We'll be talking about it more over the course of the summer..

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"federico" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"federico" Discussed on Swarfcast

"It's so good to have you coming on the show again. Thank you federica. Thank you for having me as always a pleasure to talk with you as a pleasure to discuss some of the topics that we discussed in our vitamin you know. Yeah yeah well today. We're starting a new season and it's all about getting work. How does a machining company get new jobs. How do you sell maybe for a lot of listeners. Some of the stuff is going to be just obvious things. But for me it's the whole whole nother world that i sort of know is going on but a lot of it is mysterious. Not gonna ask. Federico necessarily go through the entire one one of start to finish how you get a job. But i wanna know how he gets. Work for american micro as a company acquires. It and i know that federico takes somewhat of a hands on approach in acquiring work for american micro when you say yes. I will say that i'm income lane involved in sailing process and things up to bring back what you were just saying..

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Frederico Lucifredi and the Taxonomy of Indecision

The Hedge

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Frederico Lucifredi and the Taxonomy of Indecision

"Today. We are joined by federico literally freddie and frederico are you physically. I'm in boston actually today. I'm in Right heads westford office. He came in and just so that he could record from from my quiet location. Okay cool so you're in boston so you must live. I knew a bunch of people who lived in boston and they've all left. I think the big dig had something to do with it. That was a pretty difficult time for traffic but the way behind. So you did a talk at open source summit about the taxonomy of indecision and i guess we just start with this concept of decision-making inc's are in businesses. And i think you have a bit of things you want to talk about about what not to do in making decisions. Inc's or just making decisions varies a lot. there's really a lot and i think that the place that i came from is that you have you have an organization that is tasked with building something and in software or it nineteen general. You need to make decisions to be able to build something You to decide what is outside of the project as much as what's inside and as a matter of fact the beginning. It's much more important to decide. What's not to the project and In different types of organizations there are different types of anti patterns in terms of The friction or the difficulty that you may have getting these decisions. It may be resistance commitment at all levels and there could be some kind of cowardice. I don't want to be responsible for this project. If things go badly and it has my fingerprint on it. It's funny because the only people who think that way our five hundred nine nine in line for to blame but there is There is quite a bit of that. And i can say that he's all sorts of reasons. Yeah that's valid. Say that's the number one. Reason is people. Don't want to take the blame back. I agree with that completely. Yeah it depends. It depends whether you're facing managers that don't want to take a decision or jokey third or whether you're facing people are directly benefiting from the project on not so and i think that's the reason why not taking the blame standout so much because often you need people that are on other teams commenced to your project. Let's say i'm shipping a product. I tried i will need The the team that manages the package repositories or to container registry to ship. My software eventually and While that is their job it's really not measured in terms of the five hundred containers this year or did you ships do hundred painters. This year factor is coming and asking for one more container doesn't do anything for them. It's just extra work so You could legitimately see somebody. That's another part of saying well. Yes getting line We have no hurry chips or the way i like to think about. This is if i Let's say i need a computer host and for one of my projects. And i need it to go and provide provision technically. That's it's job but again same pattern. They're not measure them. How many computers or how many b. m.'s ship. They are just measured on. Whatever their vice-president decided they should be my shirt which is usually very disconnected somewhat the customers care. About how much money did you save last year. Yeah exactly so. Typically you care about that not really but that's what the vita. Vp is being measured so When he goes and says i need i need a server and have a patchy on it and An esa felt certificate. Because i'm gonna make these secure connections eighty terabytes of storage for packages and it needs to live for the next six years. Because it's going to be life cycle of the project. And i would like that next week. Probably not gonna even get the nicer by next week in most most companies. What is going to happen is that they're going to need to fill a lot of forms. Buddy if we leave aside what actually happens their stocks process. It's is what is what is interesting here. I just added something to their to do list. There is no benefit for them. It's not making them look. Better in front of their vice. President is just more worker so from their point of view from bareback. Their negotiation the point of view. This project is zero value. It's just a cost. If i can be dissuaded go away with enough paperwork or enough friction or come back next year when we have a fresh q. And that's that's only benefit now. Obviously people try to do their job. individuals usually have their heart in the right places but there are mechanical and this is the automatic result so The way i look at this is their back. Nah their best alternative to negotiation with me is for me to give up and How do you change that while the most of this thing is that you could use your temper. And then suddenly they have to fight you. And their alternative to a negotiated settlement suddenly became. Let's just agree. It's much better than having a fight but that obviously is not the way we want to do things so the question is how do you get some movement without opening a can of woobox which is terrible federico are you saying that this dysfunction this disconnection between the different groups. What's causing the indecision as in you. Give this example. I've got a product. I need to ship i have. I rely on an ops team or some kind of a team. That's going to deliver that artifact for me but they're so difficult to work within dot interested in my project but it doesn't help them at all that that's where me going back to having this product might decide to not bother with the project because the other teams in my organization and do difficult to work with and that's the way it happens because you have organizations that are tens of thousands of people so you'll have the people that are part of the media organization that cares about the project So let's say i'm part of the storage organization and highly make storage products. That are maybe five hundred people in my group and we make storage if I come up with or somebody about me. Comes up with an idea for a new storage products and tells me to make it happen. We are committed to the strategy after we debated long enough but there are other fourteen thousand five hundred people and red hats that are not part of storage. Their mission is not to ship new storage. They're parts of other silos and therefore they had different priorities and different objectives. That's perfectly normal. The problem is that incorporates structures typically Success comes from having objectives that come from the customer and so the the product shipping organization. Better be blinded until the customer. Otherwise you failed already but the internal You know groups the ones that we usually call cost centers. Those are usually very removed from the customer. They have very abstract idea. What what the customer wants. Russia's example of lead you save budget and sure because somebody doesn't want the price to be too high but that's three or four orders of effect removed from from what the customer back for whether we named on it or not so there is. There is a little bit of a problem of getting lost in the fact that the for groups have different priorities. And i think the way. I like to rationalize it there We have okay ours as a way to to measure performance at least and nineteen think okay. Ours are the best thing available. We're gonna debate to that. But supposedly it's the state of the art.

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"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"federico" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Trump Appointee Arrested in Connection With Capitol Riot

Dan Proft

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Appointee Arrested in Connection With Capitol Riot

"A former State Department aide and the Trump Administration has been arrested in connection with that capital breach on the sixth of January. And Thomas. Reports charging documents say Federico Klein could be seen physically and verbally engaging officers in the mob that breached police lines to force their way into the capital Video shows him with a riot shield taken from an officer jamming it in the doors to prevent place from closing them. Charges include obstructing Congress and assaulting officers using a dangerous weapon.

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Investigations Continue as Questions About the Capitol Riot Remain Unanswered

All In with Chris Hayes

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Investigations Continue as Questions About the Capitol Riot Remain Unanswered

"There are still a lot of questions about other individuals involved in the attack on the as well as the organization and planning behind it fbi's investigating whether foreign governments groups are individuals may have funded extremists who helped plan and execute the january six attack fbi sources telling nbc news that the bureau is examining payments of five hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin apparently by french national two key figures and groups in the alt-right before the riot kind of weird also know the fbi collected thousands of phone and electronic records connected to people at the scene of the rioting including many records from the members of congress and staff members. Who were there. That day. Senator sheldon whitehouse and several fellow. Democrats have called for senate ethics committee. Look into the behavior of the republican colleagues. Tech josh hawley. In relation to the events of january six and today democratic congressman. Eric swallow of california actually filed a lawsuit. And it's the second lawsuit on this on these actions. This lawsuit accuses former president. Donald trump his son. Donald trump junior republic rudy giuliani republican congressman mo brooks of alabama of violating federal civil rights law and local incitement laws with their speeches at that rally near the white house in the morning of january six lawsuit. Alleges the capital attack was quote a direct and foreseeable consequence the defendants false incendiary allegations of fraud and theft and indirect presponse. The defendants calls for violence. Gerstein is a senior legal affairs reporter at politico where he has been covering the arrest of trump appointing federico klein and he joins me now. Josh i saw this story and obviously this guy was like particularly high up the state department but it i read the story. I thought he had left. He was working there right like until the end of the trump term. That's right chris. I was told. He tendered his resignation on january nineteenth. So that's two weeks after the storming of the capital and it became effective a couple of days later. So i guess he was wandering around at foggy bottom knowing full well that he had taken part as the video appears to depict in this assault on the nation's capital on the congress. Tell us a little more about this individual. So he's forty two years old He served in the marine corps in iraq. According to his mother. I haven't been able to determine much in terms of a work history. He had a couple jobs on capitol hill about fifteen twenty years ago as an intern briefly working for the house. Small business committee but he seems to have sort of potted around to different Different kinds of posts before fetching up at the trump campaign in twenty sixteen. There are pictures on his facebook page showing him a working at trump tower. I believe on election night in two thousand sixteen with a couple of other young men there and then he managed to turn that into a political appointee job at the state department in this special assistant a position. Exactly what he did. There is also a little murky. I have to say. I spoke to a number of people last night. Who worked in this department at the state department office at the state department and a lot of them didn't know him or said they'd only met him briefly he seems to have ended up an office that handled brazilian and what they call the southern cone affairs. I think those are the andes countries and somebody told me he was eventually transferred a believe it or not chris to the freedom of information act office which is not usually the career trajectory. Most people in government are looking for this quote from his mother. Cecelia klein saying that fred's politics burn a little hot. She said i've never known him to violate the law. I believe is. He said he was on the mall that day. I don't have any neural. Ever ask him unless he tells me where where he was after he was on the mall.

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Federico Klein Arrested: what we know about the Capitol riot

All In with Chris Hayes

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Federico Klein Arrested: what we know about the Capitol riot

"We now know that in the mall that stormed the capital on january six pushing into the building in fighting. The police was at least one trump political appointee an active employee of the trump state department on that day. His name is federico klein. That's his picture there. He's forty two years old. He was until his resignation on january. Twenty first of this year a special assistant in the bureau of western hemisphere affairs klein entered trump's orbit tech analyst on the two thousand sixteen campaign he then joined the state department as a staff assistant with the trump transition team. According the fbi affidavit as of january sixth the day that this all went down insurrection. Klein also had an active top secret. Security clearance that same sixteen page f. b. i. Affidavit published today by the new york times reveals. That klein was present in some of the most grisly violent odd setting scenes at the capitol on january six. This image captured by surveillance. cameras shows. Climb in the red maga- hat along with other members of that insurrectionist mob entering a tunnel that leads to the doors the capitol building. You might remember. The police were stationed at the entrance. Desperately trying to use their bodies to keep them about body camera footage shows. That klein himself pushed his way to the front of the crowd. That is the trump administration official in the mob pushing his way to the front of the crowd physically and verbally engaging with officers attempting to stop the invasion it also captured klein violently shoving a riot shield towards the officers pushing it in between doors so they couldn't be closed. Federico klein continued to fight to breach the police line and enter the building. According to the affidavit until an officer deployed a chemical irritant spray also identified client in this publicly posted video from january. Sixth the trump administration official. Who still official. When you're seeing him here you'll see him in the center your screen and the red cap dark green jacket with his back to us. You may recognize that we've shown you pieces of the seen before because in the scene the mob violently tries to break through the police line at the entrance the building and you will hear climb it trump administration official encouraging members of the mob to come forward as reinforcements. I i i. A mob violently attempting to invade the capital. Stop the peaceful transfer of power. And that man frederick climb according to the fbi seen. They're on camera saying we need fresh people to help with the invasion on the day he's still working for the state department later on that same video. The fbi notes that we see further violent action from climb. You can see on the right side of your screen here pushing and shoving with the mob trying to break down the line police. Blocking the doorway the capitol right up against the officers right jailed. And he's visible again just a few minutes later. Struggling with officers pushing back with the shield is they keep trying to disperse the rioters attempting to stop the peaceful transfer of power sign was arrested yesterday. Charged with multiple felonies including assault on police officers interfering with police during civil disorder and obstruction of an official proceeding. New brief court appearance today conducted by phone. He was advised at two of the six charges. He's facing carry a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison. The fbi found interested federico klein thanks in part to tip from the public and the included his photo in a seeking information list posted online. They were able to verify identity and details about his actions through social media and videos like the ones we just showed you but there are still a lot of questions about other individuals involved in the attack on the as well as the organization and planning behind it fbi's investigating whether foreign governments groups are individuals may have funded extremists who helped plan and execute the january six attack fbi sources telling nbc news that the bureau is examining payments of five hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin apparently by french national two key figures and groups in the alt-right before the riot kind of weird also know the fbi collected thousands of phone and electronic records connected to people at the scene of the rioting including many records from the members of congress and staff members. Who were there. That day. Senator sheldon whitehouse and several fellow. Democrats have called for senate ethics committee. Look into the behavior of the republican colleagues. Tech josh hawley. In relation to the events of january six and today democratic congressman. Eric swallow of california actually filed a lawsuit. And it's the second lawsuit on this on these actions. This lawsuit accuses former president. Donald trump his son. Donald trump junior republic rudy giuliani republican congressman mo brooks of alabama of violating federal civil rights law and local incitement laws with their speeches at that rally near the white house in the morning of january six lawsuit. Alleges the capital attack was quote a direct and foreseeable consequence the defendants false incendiary allegations of fraud and theft and indirect presponse. The defendants calls for violence.

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Trump State Department aide charged with assault at Capitol

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Trump State Department aide charged with assault at Capitol

"Among the latest people arrested in the deadly January six storming of the U. S. capitol is a former state department aide in the trump administration court papers identified the suspect as Federico Klein he worked for trump's twenty sixteen campaign and became a staff assistant at the state department shortly after trump's inauguration he held a top security clearance that was renewed in twenty nineteen and only resigned his position the day before Joe Biden was sworn in as president charging documents say Klein was among the throng storming through the police line at the capitol on January six seen on camera inciting the crowd shouting we need fresh people shoving a police riot shield into an officer and leader jamming that sealed in the capital towards preventing police from closing them Klein is facing charges that include obstructing Congress and assaulting officers using a dangerous weapon Ben Thomas Washington

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Trump appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Trump appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot

"Of the Trump administration in connection with the January 6th capital riot, federal prosecutors say Federico Klein, appointed as a special assistant in the State Department assaulted federal law enforcement officers say you had a top secret clearance to did not resign his government position until January 19th in Baghdad.

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Want to Run Windows on Your M1 Mac? The Ball Is in Microsoft’s Court, Says Apple

Joey's Totally Tech

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Want to Run Windows on Your M1 Mac? The Ball Is in Microsoft’s Court, Says Apple

"It's up to microsoft apparently to have windows on the m one based macintoshes apple's transition to apple silicon has big going very well for their. I m one max but willett have window support. Apple's vice-president of software engineering crag federico said in an interview that an armed version of windows cut very well run natively on apple silicon macs. But it's up to microsoft microsoft's current licensing will not allow its arm version of windows ten to be used by apple. Since it's not reinstalled

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Interview With Roger Corman

Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Roger Corman

"The word legendary is overused but in the case of roger corman. It's well deserved. Roger trained as an engineer at stanford but after four days on the job. He quit to make movies. He began producing and directing low budget. Independent films are getting the underserved teen market. What is films lacked in production value. They made up for imagination. And as roger famously declared he never lost a dime on a picture and he made a lot of them. From nineteen fifty. Five to nineteen seventy-one. He directed over fifty films. Everything from monster. Movies to biker. Pictures to his famous adaptations. The works of edgar allan poe. He focused on producing and film distribution launching the careers of some of the biggest names in hollywood including francis ford coppola jonathan demme joe dante and bringing films by autour like david cronenberg. Ingmar bergman federico fellini to america. Rogers sat down with history of harsh showrunner. Kurt sanga to talk about his remarkable career. You started off directing and producing low budget films in the nineteen fifties How did you deal with the limitations. Faced the early films. I directed i was beginning to director with short schedule and i did what i could. I absorbed films saying. I use certain camera techniques that i've seen before and invented some myself. Now i'm not certain. I really invented them just that i had never seen them in other films. They may not have been as original as i thought. Nine fifty seven directed something like nine films Including tack of the crab monsters personal favourite Fm didn't have a lot of production values. But it was packed. Full of interesting ideas. A what are your memories of that film. Well i remember specifically said didn't have very much money and i remember exactly. The crab monster cost twelve hundred dollars and it was paper my shea but it was very big and it looked pretty good but we were shooting at on the rocks at cabrillo beach and the waves were hitting up against the monster and i could see the waves. Were destroying the back of the monster. So i had to shoot as fast as i possibly could and from only certain angles not to let the audience see that. The vaster was being destroyed. Well we shotted speaking monsters. Tell me about the monster from it. Conquered the world well. The monster from saturn was based upon my studies at the university where i studied physics and i tried within the fantastic world of science fiction to be as logical as possible and i realized a giant planet like saturn would have heavy gravity so therefore a giraffe could not exist but a turtle could because it was close to the ground and would be able to handle the gravity so i had the monster built all about the height of my hand here and thus say was physically correct for the planet saturn. I was having coffee as they were setting up the first shot and beverly garland very hip. Young actress came up to the monster and she looked and she noticed that i was watching her

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Trump campaign requests recount in Georgia

All Things Considered

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Trump campaign requests recount in Georgia

"Janine hurts with these headlines. The Trump campaign has asked for a recount in Georgia, where last week a hand tally of ballots confirmed that Joe Biden won the state by more than 12,000 votes. Federico can be requested at state expense because Biden won by a margin of less than 1%. This will be a machine recount using scanners, unlike the hand recount last week.

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Mac Power Users: The Notes Roundup

Mac Power Users

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Mac Power Users: The Notes Roundup

"Let's start with you. Know the one the default for so many people and that's the apple notes up. Yeah, and if you had told somebody ten years ago, Hey, in a decade apple is to be really good, and everyone's just gonNa use it because it's on the phone and the computer and everything you may have been laughed out of the room. Young 'cause the apples history to get rid is now is full of bad ideas. Yeah, I would've just L.. O. L.. L. O., L. L. O. L. IN MERCKER Felton sent it to you. Yeah, and I think of anything. So, way back in the day on the Mac. Apple added both notes and reminders to the mail application. I guess you could see that you have like. Oh, I can make a reminder a note out of the sandbox message or something I never one of those things to be mixed. And it did so using weird I met folders, and so you kind of have them on your other devices. That was really really hit or miss, and it was only in the mail APP for a few versions of Mac Os ten, and then it slowly. Away think apple realize no one was using it. While also I have to the the. Team didn't have the I cloud backbone at the time. Oh No, no, we're talking like. That was even before dropbox so psyched they're like. HOW'RE WE GONNA SINK? These notes and somebody said Hey. Let's use I'm APP which. Is Really Putting a square peg into a round hole, probably with a lot of force, but it did kind of work. I never used it either because I never trusted your. We're talking like Mac os ten Tiger Leopard. I mean way way back in the day. But that came and went, and the original iphone showed up, and it had notes APP you made a marker felt joke a second ago. That was the font used. which is like the one step classier than Comic Sans? I think just my personal typeface feelings. I'm not sure, but it's definitely I'm not sure it's classier. But the it's really funny that that APP came out of Apple. Let's just say that. Right. It didn't sink with anything eventually you got I map sinking, but I think the idea was the original iphone. NO THIRD PARTY APPS Houston to place to like. Something really quickly and in those early days I used it on the iphone on occasion, but once there were third party applications on the phone. Apple notes really just really fell behind. It really got to a point where. No one who needed any real features could use it because it was so simple and so basic. But then things started getting better in Iowa nine. That was the big release where we kind of got very one of apple notes as we know it today, yeah, I, mean thinks in just kind of better. It was I. Remember walking out of that keynote, thinking what the heck just happened to apple notes. It was like they fired the old one into the sun. And out of that the Phoenix flu, you know and it was. Brand new APP with an actual sinking platform that made sense. The marker felt was gone. It had organization and it was supposed to work on all your devices, and it was like I. Guess Apple had been paying attention to all these third party apps and finally said okay. We can do this, too. Yeah and Iowa's. I'M GONNA put in the show notes Federico's I was on review. Because when you look at it, it is clearly the foundation they've built on ever since and in the. I guess five years or so since Iowa's nine, they've added so many features. You can use it to scan documents and you can do a lot of sharing. Were Talk About Apple? Pencil stuff showed up. And that continues to get better. It really gave them a modern base to work from, and it's on the MAC now, and that wasn't true. In Iowa's nine. It took I think another year for the MAC version to catch up, but is now everywhere including the Web I cloud dot com. And it's it's pretty Dang good.

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New Jersey pizza restaurant pays it forwad

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

New Jersey pizza restaurant pays it forwad

"Michael a New Jersey Moore and pizza his brother restaurant own finds Federico a way to speech help its in workers Belmar Han which is on the Jersey pay it forward Shore rather than Michael letting Morin their twenty and workers his brother go own and Federico shutting down speech the in brothers Belmar took which is out on a the fifty Jersey thousand Shore dollar line of rather credit than and letting kept their twenty baking workers go and but shutting rather than down selling the brothers pizzas took they ask out a fifty customers thousand to take dollar part in line a special of credit and clause kept baking the food that we're making but rather than because selling my employees pizzas are working they ask customers we're going to take to part donate in a special to the costs E. ours that food to the that we're making because my firefighters employees are working Morgan says so we're far going to they've been donate averaging about two to the thousand E. ours dollars a day to the to cover the cost firefighters of making the ease Morin for says the local so medical far they've staff been averaging about and first two thousand responders dollars a day to cover I the timid cost wire of making the ease for the local medical staff and first responders hi Tim McGuire

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New Jersey pizza restaurant pays it forward

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

New Jersey pizza restaurant pays it forward

"Michael Moore and his brother own Federico speech in Belmar which is on the Jersey Shore rather than letting their twenty workers go and shutting down the brothers took out a fifty thousand dollar line of credit and kept baking but rather than selling pizzas they ask customers to take part in a special clause the food that we're making because my employees are working we're going to donate to the E. ours to the firefighters Morgan says so far they've been averaging about two thousand dollars a day to cover the cost of making the ease for the local medical staff and first responders I timid wire

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Interview With Pier 59 Studios Founder Federico Pignatelli

American Fashion Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Pier 59 Studios Founder Federico Pignatelli

"Understand. You started out as a journalist. I used to be a financial journalist. And I specialize studied monetary policy and because the dollar has been But a longtime the currency of reference for the financial world obviously didn't style the Italian monetary policy. Being Italian. I study. I made a common monetary policy. Okay because what America would do would influence entire world and With infants the value of the dollar to influence the value of all the commodities that we commonly use from copper oil and so on and so. I- specialize in the field. And that means also once you understand. Monetary policy understand interest rates once you understand interest rates. You understand many other things in financial world. How the world is going to evolve. They canonical in the comic. World also means a social world because obviously people affected by the economy so the high interest rates means slow Donald Economy. How your cost of business unemployment and so on its own so I started we. Death and I became Especially in Switzerland then I became a specialist in that field of managing a portfolio for laughed banks and anything was interest-rate-sensitive innocence so currencies and gold and commodities and Tom was successful at it and Later I moved to the United States and Became managing director of the investment banks but in nineteen eighty seven km oppose the financial crisis so Eventually in two years later Saturday on Investment Bank specializing in financing technology companies. But I had the passion. My passion was photography and In the early nineties I Finance a company called caller system. There was in California in Los Angeles in Color System Was Technology Company the neither capital to upgrade that equipment to to essentially do restoration colorization in specialist shanks on on the Library of attorneys usage colorization people for all the the tournament vs yet when he bought the archives from Mgm yes they would like three thousand between movies shows etc in all black and white and also the world like old so they needed to be restored. The needs to be made a little more exciting. You know with special effects to so The company of the five million dollars then to to buy new equipment because they got the contract from Turner and In so I provided that money I got on the board of that company to relaunch it. Was it released company and We did very well and I saw back then. The beginning of the digital revolution. Basically we were digitally Restoring in colorizing and doing special effects on the TV shows movies simply because the new generation would not look black and white. They're used to call her okay so to be successful in being back his Incredible Beautiful War from the past. We need it to Colorado and restore it

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The Models' Bill of Rights

American Fashion Podcast

10:04 min | 2 years ago

The Models' Bill of Rights

"We work together to Create the models bill of rights. This movement aims to enhance transparency for models in what to expect when doing business with their agencies. I believe this is something that's not taught to any model wasn't taught to me. That's for sure I had to learn things first hand and through trial and error. And I'm sort of out here trying to help models avoid making similar mistakes. The models bill of rights is started off as a document that help models read contracts understand how payments work basically understand their contractual obligations. But now it's extended to include safety in studios as well as it's become a hotline where models can reach out to myself or Federico and gain this awareness and help if they're in a predicament and I would say. Most models are in a financial predicament. And this is something. That isn't really talked about so I kind of I'm here to talk about that. Okay I know a while back. Maybe before. Industry model management was a thing. He kicked an agency out of pure fifty-nine he. He banned that agency from sending models fifty-nine studios for their mistreatment of the models. He's stood up for this a couple of times. Federico is very passionate about the safety of models and in fact. He really helped me when I was experiencing financial duress at with an agency Correct he abandoned agency that was not paying their models because in shooting at the studio That model would never receive that paycheck and he wanted to not just say something but do something and I believe. I admire how actionable Federico is and I've strived to be that way and the models bill of rights really is a call to action. It started as just awareness. And now we're trying to actually implement change and with other studios now in New York as well as agencies so there are some new laws in New York state. Where were you involved in in making sure those wind a place? I was not involved. I'm very happy about that. What I refer to when I say studio safety is that there are seventeen studios in New York. Only two of them are up to code major photo studio correct and up to code meaning in analogy I use. Would you walk into an elevator? If you knew it was out of service probably not But when you walk into like thirteen of these studios as a model. You don't know that it's not up to code and it's not up to code for a reason. Meaning there are some sort of hazard or there's some reason that the studio didn't want to be you know approved. They'd never applied to be functioning working space. So this actually shocked because that would expose them to a Department of Buildings Inspector Act and it's very expensive to be up to code. It's hundreds of thousands of dollars I personally know this because I come from my family. Business wherein manufacturing so we have chemicals in Leominster Massachusetts and in order for us to be functioning factory. We have to be up to code and it's very expensive and it's very arduous process but I understand how these things work so when I realized that I was actually shocked. That models are alike. Sent to these places that are dangerous and they might not even know what that means in terms of the result is if a mall were to get injured. She wouldn't be covered by insurance so if a light fell on her if she got burned that's on her right because if the building isn't incompliance they can't get insurance. Correct okay. So there's all these photography studios operating without valid insurance personal injury. Yes that's insane so if the knowledge is there why aren't they being reported to the building violations or whatever it is how? How are people afraid to report them? I I feel like these conversations. Are It's going to culminate to that? But we ran into this with the garment center. A lot of the buildings in the garments are out of compliance with the Building Code. And they're not allowed to To do major renovations to the building. They're not gonNA fall down but but they can't do anything because we've had this zoning issue with the Save the Garment Center and and preserving the garments which were losing very soon A legal fight was lost but Yeah you can have a perfectly functional building that just doesn't have sign off from the buildings which prevents them from doing major renovation. So you can really change the building right. You have to use the existing spaces and I believe that this is an imminent threat because the the market is shifting where advertisement is not so much still photo photos anymore but a lot of video and so you don't have that cold camera flash. You have moving pictures. Which is the same caliber. N- scale as a film set. It's just not treated as such in terms of the precautions that were taking and so the issue of like the lights being very hot or falling on. Someone are even more pertinent. Now because most people in the studios are shooting video. We're not just doing just straight photography anymore. Yeah and if you actually walk around. So for instance you'll see retail spaces that have instead of a photo on their storefront. It's a video when films are being shot. There's an ambulance outside. I've been on film sets. It's just it's it's treated with a lot of precaution. And this is not the case for a modeling set with comes from the motion picture unions and from the insurance requiring correct which is another thing that I have been sort of like baffled by. Is that a model does not have the same protections as an actress A model the rates are arbitrary It's non union when you're an actress. There's the screen actors guild there's certain rates depending on the caliber of the project and everything is like pretty straightforward as a model though the rate that's given to buy your agent is very arbitrary and in other element that bothers me is that that rate might not be the actual rate the client offered so so this is a transparency issue. Doesn't matter what angle you look at the Modeling Industry. It's just crooked and corrupt. I hate to say it. But it's the reality and one thing I noticed about the podcast is that you guys use are in business in the same sentence in sort of where are in business meet and I'm fascinated by that that synergy and I feel like that lacks so much in the modeling industry and just with my background's specifically I went to business school in Boston. I got my MBA at Babson. So when I came into the modeling industry while I had no experience as a model all I could hold onto was my business acumen so I started kind of folk holes of the industry and thinking almost treating it like a case study right like this industry is flawed and his modeling industry. Or is it. I mean it's part of other industries but is it an industry on itself professor. Yeah and that's an interesting point. You bring up because I actually watched an interview with Cindy Crawford and Kaya Gerber the other day for Vogue and Cindy was saying how when she was starting out doing catalog in Chicago. Modeling wasn't considered or seen as a real job right. We all know that this has changed significantly the other day. Kylie Jenner sold majority share of her cosmetics company for six hundred million dollars. She's now a billionaire model. Her sister Kendall gets a quarter million dollars per post on instagram. The the sisters their models. I mean this is a big business and I there promoters. Well yes but why I think I think Kendall is a model. She's a runway model. She's a model but she doesn't get paid for her face. She gets paid because their faces already famous. Now that's I mean that's part of why her face became famous. Was her modeling. Not Most of it and a lot of people have that issue with the whole nepotism and that's another whole thing with modeling and but the regardless of that is that there's just so many models nowadays. It's not like this. It's there's less mystery about it. There's a lot of agencies. There's a lot of models but there aren't the regulations in place needed to keep up with how this industry has grown I feel like it's behind and these conversations I think will force there to be some sort of actions

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"federico" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"federico" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Better developed an aversion to eating he was when I met him he was profoundly skinny my friend Federico said don't be alarmed this is why he's so skinny and he hasn't been able to be normally sent anyway I just want to pass that along thank you Donna an amazing story world will be right back it is twenty two minutes past the hour and change their laws stick around as the Tom Marvin programs pay in the place where smart people get there we'll be right back with more well we're gonna talk about the climbers our one hour free podcast recaps are showing it's available wherever fine podcasts are found and we have the full three hour podcast available over Tom Herman dot com if you want to really support our program welcome back here with Leah let's have a reasonable rational commonsense conversation about this whole corona virus thing the centers for disease control and prevention just an hour or so ago came out and said brace yourself Americans brace yourself this is coming Dr Nancy Messmer the director of the national center for immunization and respiratory diseases at the centers for disease control said and I quote it's not so much a question of if this will happen in this country anymore but a question excuse me of when this will happen she went on to say we are asking the American public to prepare for the expectation that this might be bad now this particular virus this code FBA nineteen virus and it's got a few other names but let's call the Wuhan virus to make it simple Tom this is a part of the family court of viruses the corona virus a family of viruses are the common cold and all these rhino viruses that we constantly get we get a runny nose for a week or you're sneezing are you get a sore throat a they take dozens of different forms because there's literally hundreds of different variations on the corona virus aids and we get them and their obnoxious and we recover from them just fine and one of the one of the things that we know about crossfire is a is that immunity is not lasting it's not like the measles were once you get it you'll never get it again we get it every single year sometimes we get a two or three times a year because we don't have lasting immunity now that's a concern about the coronavirus B. family which is what the world Han virus was part of its with sars was part of is what Mersey is which is where the disease that came out of camels that they're having problems with right now in Saudi Arabia in the Middle East which isn't even more deadly than the war on virus but right now so far it seems to be limited to the Middle East but you know it may be that we don't develop immunity and then every year there's going to be there the cold flu and and Wuhan virus season so what do we do about this how do we as individuals deal with it well first of all how do we as a country deal with it I mean is so now we've got the president who told us that the way to deal with forest fires is to rake the forest the way to fix the the cathedral in France being on fire is to drop water bombs on it which would of course destroyed it and the way to stop a hurricane coming as it's just set up a nuclear bomb inside of that guy just told us yesterday don't worry everything's good and you know just be happy and keep the stock market going up but the fact of the matter is that Italy has now locked down fifty thousand people in ten northern towns in the corona virus cases outside of China have doubled every five and a half days since January in the U. S. we were at thirty four confirmed cases last week we now have fifty three confirmed cases but where it gets really spooky is that rear admiral Tim designer who is the senior director for global health security the guy inside the White House in the National Security Council who was in charge of our response to a to an explosive epidemic he was fired in twenty eighteen by trump and never replaced John Bolton didn't just removes armor he eliminated the position altogether the entire national security councils global health security unit it is gone he also forced out bold also forced a Porsche Tom Bossert a highly regarded expert this is from this year newsletter who was immersed counterpart at the DHS the department of homeland security to neither foreign policy magazine reported back in January that neither the NSE nor the DHS academic teams have been replaced and can trump slash funding for the CCC's epidemic so we've got a real problem here what do we do I'll give you some suggestions after the break and then we'll pick up your phone calls your listening to the Thom Hartmann program call two oh two eight oh eight ninety nine twenty five we'll be right back we'll finish a what I hope is a reasonable and rational conversation about this coronavirus thing and then pick up your phone calls on all the topics of the day this is the Thom Hartmann program our book today let's Armand book club is a robin Feldman's book drugs money and secret handshakes the unstoppable growth the prescription drug prices from Oxford University Press this is from the introduction everyone has a limit every budget has an endpoint although sellers would love to raise prices continually doesn't take fancy canonic snow that at some point the money runs out why isn't that basic principle working as expected in the pharmaceutical industry instead drug prices are rising continually and reaching astronomical levels with no end in sight in may twenty eighteen analysts report that they reported that a company is contemplating a one point five million dollar price tag for new Hume of hemophilia cure the current hemophilia therapies already cost us down in five hundred eighty thousand to eight hundred thousand dollars a year along the same lines spark therapeutics cure for a rare form of blindness will cost eight hundred fifty thousand dollars rivaling Novartis's plan four hundred seventy five thousand dollar price tag for its car T. drug camera Camaro even outside the eye popping headlines prescription drug prices across the board have risen to an alarming and puzzling level a government inspector general's report found that the high cost of brand medications for common conditions like diabetes high cholesterol and asthma where the true problem for patients on Medicare in fact pharmaceutical companies raise the prices most sharply for commonly used medications such as these similarly an analyst report concluded that in twenty sixteen the average price for self especially drugs known as orphan drugs was a hundred forty thousand dollars a year and the average price of ordinary drugs was almost twenty eight thousand dollars a year the list price of drugs tells only part of the story.

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NYPD detective hangs himself in Queens home, latest in string of police suicides, source says

Dave Ramsey

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

NYPD detective hangs himself in Queens home, latest in string of police suicides, source says

"As police suicides continue to draw attention across the country another NYPD officers being mourned in New York detective Paul Federico hang himself inside his mother's home in queens he had been on the force twenty nine years and was most recently assigned to the police commissioner's office ten NYPD officers died by suicide in twenty nineteen detective Federico as was the first in twenty

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2020 State of the Union Address

John Batchelor

04:31 min | 2 years ago

2020 State of the Union Address

"And welcome to live coverage of president trump state of the union address I'm Evan handing along with White House correspondent Bob Constantini and Capitol Hill correspondent Linda Kenya and Bob this is an address being given by an impeach president expected to be acquitted tomorrow he's heading into an election he faces a sharply divided electorate and Congress and apparently trump made some surprising remarks to news people a private lunch this afternoon any indication as to how Donald Trump is going to address some of the issues before him tonight well certainly of what we're going to have according to the excerpts from the White House that have been released the president will open up with comments about what he's calling the great American comeback Evan and shattering the mentality of decline Phil takes waves that president Obama with us some statistics talk up trade agreements fossil fuel energy production and spending over two trillion dollars on the military there will be a tax on socialism sort of a repeat of what we heard from last year more talk of wall building on the border with Mexico and taking action against terrorism in the Middle East and of course first and foremost the president will be playing up of the economy almost no question about that event the plane up to the hilt the exerts have no mention of impeachment and we may not hear that from the president we understand what Linda has for the mood in the chamber several Democrats say they're not even going to attend tonight's speech that's right they say that they do not wish to honor this president's through the house Democrats impeach and the Senate is the most likely as you say going to acquit tomorrow when they voted for clock eastern time there are ten right now and they include al green of Texas Alexander because you're Cortez of New York on a on a Presley Maxine waters Bennie Thompson Bobby rush Steve Cohen Earl Blumenauer Hank Johnson and Federico we Wilson some of these have personally tangled with president trump and have a have no love lost for the president the United States others also boycotted by the way previous state of the union addresses six house Democrats boycotted last year fourteen boycotted in two thousand eighteen so there's a fair number of people today who will not be there for this speech are any of the senators running for the democratic nomination going to miss this so they were up late last night and then took off straight to New Hampshire I have not heard any of them looking to miss tonight's speech but I guess we're about to find out I can see the president is standing in the doorway right now and he's about to walk into the chamber all rights the president is about to enter and we hear the gavel the president of the United States applause and now the handshake you the long trip to the podium where the president change hands in perhaps points to some of the crowd getting a few pats on the back First Lady Milan your truck is applauding she's sitting next to Rush Limbaugh he has been diagnosed with lung cancer president trump says he will give him the presidential medal of freedom within a few months but he is invited to be at tonight's address well yes you can be there tonight publicize Russell involved well the most prominent danced obviously sitting right next to the First Lady of it a deputy chief of the border patrol and the sister of a man found in field in California nine illegal alien will highlight the president's efforts to build more wall along the southern frontier a little and son of an Army fighter killed by a roadside bomb in your walk with the the White House in the technology for that bomb supplied the militants buy can seem silly money the Iranian general order this estimated by president trump Wally log in to your old Ellie Snyder from Kansas city will be with her mom to highlight her story of being born just be on twenty one with a station in living at the night of course to pro life voters we also have been told the Venezuelan opposition leader one why Joe is going to be there tonight and another of Venezuelan mayor

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American under coronavirus quarantine after trying to leave California base

Tim Conway Jr.

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

American under coronavirus quarantine after trying to leave California base

"Kid who flew to riverside to escape the corona virus in Wuhan China has been quarantined riverside county spokeswoman bro Brooke Federico says a person tried to take off before the fourteen day incubation period was over this individual will remain at March air reserve base until their health status is confirms and of course all other passengers from that flight also remain at March and will continue to be evaluated Federico says there's no information about whether this person was showing any symptoms of the virus the CDC has said the fourteen day hold is voluntary but also warned requests leave early would be evaluated for any risk to the

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"federico" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

16:34 min | 3 years ago

"federico" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

"From the sharpest minds and freshest, thinkers in the world of finance taking on the numbers in the hype and getting to the heart of the big issues of the day this week we're once again, putting art Basel in the frame, today's their final day of the event and over this past week, Bs Martinez twenty-six year as global lead partner by presenting collaboration with artist Federico Harare, in the UBS lounge at the fair now the banks being collecting, Harare's worked for eight years, and we'll hear from the head of its collection. Mary rebel a familiar voice listeners of this program as to why Federico feature so prominently Amway Costa Rican was a natural choice to create a site specific wall-painting for the occasion as well as five other new paintings from Harare, in the mix. The autism is also being presenting work this week in UBS public booth in whole one, the fair dedicated to the together band, which ki- listener. Will recall from a special episode of this show. Back in April we'll hear from Federico to, to learn about his inspiration and practice. And to hear about the challenge and opportunity presented by this sort of commission, and they sort of fair. But we start with Maryvale head of the art collection. Mary joined Monica's culture, editor yada, Mela in Basel to talk about the site specific installation at the heart of the lounge Kiara began by asking Mary. Why Federico Harare for this piece in this place, rather than say at Basel Miami Beach, which might have seemed more natural fit for celebrated Costa Rican artist? I immediately thought that Basel.

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"federico" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"federico" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We can take a few more calls before we head off trout Super Bowl party. And I'm telling you what I'm doing for the Super Bowl. I'm joining friends of mine and all those guys, that's the reason. I did that. For those of you who just catching the show what we've decided to do because of the government shutdown is that my friends, and I have pulled a bunch of money together and bought as many Powerball tickets as we could. And we're giving them away absolutely free. I want to say a shoutout to my friends, and that's Dennis over coons for don't security boulevard Burger King Bob high falutin bigwig with Burger King. He's in promoting the Paula. That's tom. He's over there at the policy vote on Philadelphia road and Federico Mr. Federico is with the Federico Sukur and Stanton and Rabinowitz. That's right. They are in the radiology benefits and stews one of the finest doctors and Pike's Bill. I want to say thank you to all those people who gave me money. So that I can go out and buy the Powerball tickets, which I did Powerball tickets available Monday. All you gotta do is come to Ravi first base or go to the policy food and say shoemaker or sharing Christie or e Cooper contracting. Or Papa jury and pine or harsh promotions or say can I have a free lottery ticket? We don't care what you say. Just come in and say you hurt us on WCBS radio. Tell just tell us you listen. WCBS radio all during the week. One of the finest stations in the United States of America, just say, you're listening to WCBS they might not be the best. But they'll be the best of the best gets in the Baltimore. So what I'm saying WCBS six eighty the best radio station that I've ever heard the number here is four ten nine two two six six eight zero. And we got is this coronet and Baltimore. Now, Raymond Clark. And you're in Baltimore. Yes. I am, sir. All right, my friend. What are you have? I have a bunch of Invicta watches, and I have a wooden ciphers table with the top in the see through with the glazed and stuff like table. Okay. And I like to have. I have a bunch of watches out and watches new or used. This brand new because I never want. All right. If you've never worn if you never warm and you bought them years ago, I called him new. Yup. Yes. All right. Okay. So you got new watches..

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"federico" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"federico" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With dream week. This is our Super Bowl Sunday radio market flea market show. And I want to congratulate Ed Reed for joining a Ray Lewis, and Jonathan argument read was inducted. You know, he's a Baltimore Ravens. He was inducted to chosen for the hall of fame last night. So congratulations to Ed Reed. And I got to say a thank you to all the people that I reached out to promote giving away two free Powerball tickets. So I gotta say thank you to Dennis and his lovely wife over at coons foot. My friend Burger King, Bob and his wife. I hit them for touch at Burger King. Also, Philip Federico with Federico Stanford gore. I hit them no policy food. I hit Tom to Paula up to help buy the tickets, and they gave me an ungodly amount of money for these tickets. So we got plenty of them. Please stop in tomorrow after a Powerball ticket. You win the two hundred and four million dollars. You'll be reading a lot of joy to the to the state of Maryland anti yourself because another open line at four ten nine two two six six eight zero. Now, we're gonna go to Luther Ville and talk to Donna. Hi, donna. Hi, how are you Robbie? I'm well. Thank you. Tell me what you have. Okay. I have a camera tripod. Okay. I'm asking twenty dollars for and I have a portable movie screen, which is forty inches by forty inches. Right. And I'm asking twenty dollars for show, you have a movie screen tripod, and you're located in Louisville, my.

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"federico" Discussed on Connected

Connected

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"federico" Discussed on Connected

"So here's the thing. Federico? I don't leave the house that much. Every day. I'm sitting down my act to record a show. A when I sit down to record a show. My iphone goes into the charger that's cheating. Okay. Cheating. She living my life of this topic. You are. You know what I mean is like for my lifestyle. I don't have this problem. So I don't solve it. You know? Okay. So I have a problem where eleven PM or usual, sometimes ten thirty usually eleven PM. I get the red battery icon and the message saying twenty percent battery left hate that. I hate that. Because I don't want to be I I hate the thought of something's going to happen soon. Your phone is gonna die. Don't worry. You're still got a couple of hours. But eventually you will see these rallies all gonna die that on my ipad every day on a sleigh. And I think that that happens most days, the I will hit on my I suppose to my phone, and because I like, you know, after after dinner once I'm done working I like to chill with my phone for a be like if I'm not using the eleven Chabert pro one chap on Instagram or Twitter, just use the phone a bit, right? And I don't want to. I don't wanna be in the situation where the phone and the icon. They remind me of battery life that is gonna you know, is going to be done soon. So. I I accept the fact that it that this case makes the fun thicker. It's pretty much what it was expecting. There's a couple of things that I like the texture is basically the same as the silicon case, which is very nice if repeat enough to me, the lack of like the previous design at the like like a ridge between the bottom half of the phone and ham of the Barry now that's gone, but it can seal sort of put the phone on top of my pinkie finger and use that as a sort of you know, to to kind of hold the phone with one hand and use my thumb to interact with the you I which is fine. The the the best aspect of this more barricades. And as I mentioned, I think last week is the integration without US. And the fact that you don't have to manage anything. You don't have to care about activating the case or. Charging the case separately, it just charge a fun at night. And now, I can use wireless charging, and I should mention that these case worked right away for my back in boost up, a wireless charger and the native union wireless charter that I have on my desk. I had no problem in terms of aligning the case with the with the charger everything worked perfectly right away. The fact that I done have to think about charging or managing the source of power is the best aspect of this case. So again, it's what I was expecting. I'm so happy that apple released a new version for tennis max, I thought about is this going to be a problem in the summer where you're not gonna have pockets in your Hootie, or in your jacket because you're just gonna wear a t shirt, and some, you know, some jeans is going to be a problem into fitting your genes, probably. But then again in the summer, usually Aseel we are to carry the phone with because he always has a purse, and I don't like the feeling of having a big phone in my in my pocket, a less c. But in that case, I also bag with me. And he just get all carry it for you. If you want you can carry with me, but I also have a bag with me anyway. So when asked Sylvia to to keep my phone, I have my apple watch. Anyway. And also my apple watch, no Senator. So even you know walks away from me for some reason, maybe at the park, I seal have seller on my watch. So that shouldn't be a problem. My only concern to tell you the truth is is apple going to break competivity with this case for the new iphones in twenty nineteen. Probably..

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"federico" Discussed on Connected

Connected

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"federico" Discussed on Connected

"The apps that we recommend in all of them, just take a dark image and turn up the exposure, you're going to see it go a little crazy inside of photos it. It it tries to do far too much in will create this really dramatic HDR image. Or if you go in and like, so I think they call it the light slider. And then if you actually go inside of that you can drill down and find different sliders. If you move the exposure slider within that, then you'll find the highlights get what you'd call clipped meaning that they start to become like digital white. And this is. Part of that problem in that photo that Federico you're saying you liked the old photo more the whites in that are burnt-out. Meaning there there's no data left. They're not white because they are white. They're white 'cause the camera couldn't find anything there in that is a giveaway of of digital. So that was a lot of what we're aiming for when film cameras were much better than digital. We're trying to save those highlights to still have some information in them. So it doesn't give away the format of the photo. And so you're always trying to avoid that clip and photos Kengo there on its out, which I I don't know how they let that happen. All these other apps are much more smooth as you raise the exposure, the photo still looks healthy it still looks right. As you make it brighter darker. How did I do at that? Does that make sense? Oh for visualizing some. A little coherent. I hope I think so. Yeah, I think I'm probably going to listening to this about three times. So far. I think we do I think it's may consent everyone that's not driving should be following along trying to play with some of these sliders in the themselves. That's true. Should actually be doing that on that myself. I'm opening up in an app now any of them in again, you can take my word for it. Just don't use app. It's not great for colors. The one thing. It does find is cropping and straightening. That's all you're doing. I do that in the photos app. It does the same job as anything else. The only thing is if you have going to talk about perspective, let's leave that it doesn't do perspective the other apps do, but you may not want to deal with that right now. Next. You're gonna deal with balance. This is the other cornerstone of an image looking correct. And again, you're going to have to pull your reference photos and just try to get the first of all the skin that is the priority in any photo with the person in it is that the the person scan looks right? And it's hard to say what that is. But it actually is in the same color range. Same tonal range, regardless of how bright or dark their skin is. So if you are editing video there's actually a little line in your color, monitor like when you're doing video, you can it shows you much more information about this. And you see this little line cutting through the orange that says, this is where all skin should be no matter how dark or bright your skin is it should hit the same level of warmth and trying to get a sense of what that kind of, you know, creamy orangey nece is is really helpful. All you can do is look at other photos for that. So pull up a bunch of photos of people kind of like you and move the white balance back and forth until. It looks like you does that make sense. And is that the same as temperature? Yes. Exactly. That's why balance our temperature is the the measurement of white balance. So yeah. Yeah. The temperature is that cooler is bluer and warmer is red or orange. And of course, this is only what is this only useful for you. If you have light skin, no ship question. Now, it's the exact same you go through the exact same step. No matter what your skin is. And if you adjusted for the white balance, you're gonna find the same thing for white skin or dark skin, even if both people are in the same photo, you could adjust for either person, and they're both probably gonna look about right? The main difference will be the actual brightness contrast that has more of an effect on the skin tone. 'cause what you're acting is the effect..

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"federico" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"federico" Discussed on AppStories

"Okay. Federico? Let's talk a little bit about MAC gaps. I think this is good place to jump off since you just covered your MAC, mini and in my round up this year. It was interesting because my MAC usage didn't change in terms of the apps. I use a whole lot in twenty eight teen. I think part of that is, you know, the the MAC app ecosystem just doesn't move nearly as quickly as does and trend that I've seen it's not at a crisis level or anything but trend that I've noticed is that a lot of the important services that we use no longer really bothered to build an actual native Macapa. I mean, there's this is the whole electron story that we've talked about in the past things like slack or trello or get help desktop all those apps are they're not great MAC apps. But they're still must have for me. Because they're they're necessary to use the services that that we use to get our work done. So there's that has been a little bit concerning and the other the other aspect is there other absolutely us that are that are native MAC EPs. But just haven't seen a lot of love in the last year or two. I mean, I'm thinking about apps like do which is reminders alarm clock type of app that is. Sees a lot more attention on IOS than it does on the MAC on the MAC, the background still have pinstripes, for instance. I mean it works and it syncs. Well, and I don't have complaints about it in terms of its functionality. I still use it. But it's just kind of fallen a little bit behind doesn't seem seems a little neglected as as doesn't app like reader, which is the client. I'm using on the MAC again. I I liked reader the reason I use it as because it's the best of the lot. But there aren't that many choices for our clients on the MAC as compared to what you have on IOS. But putting all of that aside for a second it really points to the apps that are my absolute favorites on the MAC, and those are the ones that really do integrate well across both platforms both us in the MAC because I use both and I use both regularly. And for me, it's one of the most important things is having an app like Ulysses or things or. My note all of which are very, you know, they're not identical across platforms, but boy, they're really super close. And it's there's a familiarity and seamlessness of working from once the other I can be working at my desk. Pick up my ipad, go outside open up. Ulysses and boom pick up right where I left off. It's a great experience aren't very many features that you don't have in that app or something like things. And so things I would say is one of my absolute favorites from twenty eighteen because it's got an extraordinary amount of flexibility. The fact that it has the ability to do searches just by starting to type which I know that came to a little later that is a fantastic thing. I love the design. I love the headers that you can put in your projects. So that they don't really serve any purpose other than visually breaking up the task. So you can have a maybe there's. Stories project and hear the things you have to edit and here are the things you have to write in here. You know, it just gives you an extra layer of organization that doesn't add much complexity, which I I really appreciate on the writing side. Ulysses has continued to be my main text editor, although I have been using I writer a lot more to myself because I've always used I writer kind of the editing tool when once I had pushed something to a report and someone else edited it instead of trying to and this is this goes a little bit to what you were saying instead of trying to shoehorn that back into your list, which doesn't have the kind of files happen aggression that I write her has instead of trying to do that. And reverse engineer that I would just open the document once it was in the repo in a writer, and that has a couple of minutes one it was just easier and the other one is that sometimes that change of context just having different aperture working in helps you find those Typos and..

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