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Continuum and Plato Announce Strategic Partnership for Web3 Powered Data Intelligence  Content Syndication

ACN Newswire

04:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Continuum and Plato Announce Strategic Partnership for Web3 Powered Data Intelligence Content Syndication

"8 a.m. Friday January 6th, 2023. Continuum and Plato announced strategic partnership for web three powered data intelligence, content syndication. New York, January 6th, 2023 ACN newswire continuum, a web three community think tank. Today announced a strategic partnership with Plato data intelligence and white based data platform focused on the curation of data intelligence on today's most innovative technology verticals. Through the partnership, continue across partner brands will immediately benefit from the increased global reach Plato delivers. The partnership is focused at extending the both companies active web three communities via increased brand awareness, engagement, and vertical data intelligence using Plato apos content distribution and syndication at work dot quote our goal is to help early stage companies in the web three space create cost effective way to generate brand awareness, social proof and SEO across a company plus marketing and outreach objectives stated Christina brujon continue upon CEO and founder. Core Plato apos content distribution and syndication platform enables us immediate global reach across a deep mix of publications and media outlets while their data platform drives the latest in web three connectivity and data intelligence. Everyone in the web three space should be using it as it drives knowledge across our ever changing landscape data web three brands are unique, solving different problems of archaic web two infrastructure, but they all are faced with the same problems. Regulations, commercial adoption press, marketing, development, capital raising, cybersecurity audits, compliance, and licenses that makes the sector very difficult to navigate. We immerse ourselves deep into a brand deposit objectives which serves as a testament to the way we deliver results Christina added that quote we are excited to work with continuum and see a perfect fit for our platform across continuum of us growing community by delivering unprecedented engagement opportunities for their growing community Brian feinberg, Plato apos founder and CEO current continuum web three brand partners till us, good block, rift three L, legion, Devo protocol, the Bates group. Magnard sizzle, Medicaid, Gerard, breathed convention, NFT today magazine, future point partners, aphid AI, D G ramp, and merch, coin agenda, transform group, bid angels, Ceylon, blockchain center, Plato blockchain, silo cloud, novum insights, proof house, NFT yearbook, Corey connects, digital niche agency, and nifty chicks, bad crypto, the artist foundation, on the blockchain, metazoa, JS tax corp, meta racer X, deed entertainment, lion's share media, this famous, reactive, coin squad, digital one IRA, co intelligence fund, BC employ, local buzz, about continuum continuum that market continual market is a web three focused advisory and community driving commercial adoption through effective strategy, communications, and networking. The company has an extensive roster of partners its delivers through a community focused approach towards brand support, marketing, and collective resources. About Plato Plato, Plato blockchain dot com, amplify PR dot com Plato is an open intelligence repository and platform that curates the latest in data intelligence across today apos most innovative market verticals. The platform is designed to provide an ultra safe and secure environment to consume sector specific real-time data intelligence while delivering fully secured web three connectivity across 27 market verticals and 27 languages. Amplify, Plato apos in-house syndication network currently syndicates content and press release the apostle electronically to over 1900 publisher websites for deep and authentic connectivity. Media contacts Christina brujon CEO amp founder Christina condom market Plato data intelligence Brian feinberg CEO founders ever Plato data that I owe copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.

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"feinberg" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"No. It's not whether he has it or not, he wouldn't do it. He wouldn't do it. I think he likes his life too much. The problem is you have to take one of two approaches. You either have to really, really, really understand the like. Hollywood, like that whole game, which The Rock, there's nobody better in the world. It's the most recognizable person globally, all this stuff. Or to is you have to have decades of experience of understanding how to leverage the attention into true business type things. I think Dave's probably top 5 on the Internet. I don't know if you saw it yesterday. He literally tweeted, and he was like, yo, Elon, are you going to fix these fucking bots on your shitty platform? I was like, that's like a Hall of Fame Internet move. Only Hall of Famers know right time right place tag them like bam, we're off to the races, right? So that's like the Internet game. But I think we on the Internet forget The Rock, he goes to other countries and is like mobbed. Right. Most people we know on the Internet, if they go to China, people are like, they don't even realize that's a person they should care about, right? Well, if they're white though, mob them, because they find white people interesting. But if you look at like a Kim Kardashian, the other thing with her and people get all worked up about this, but sex tape, reality TV star, entrepreneur, criminal justice reform. The next jump here is like, you try to run for a Congress seat, a governorship, there's something in the political realm. And you're a stone's throw. Yeah. If you want to be public facing, but if they want to have influence, they can also influence behind the scenes. But they probably want to be publicly. What was their business? And Kris Jenner is like, yo, my daughter became president. You know, we could do. Yeah, there seems to be other families that are profiting a lot from the administration. On both sides of the aisle. Yeah. We'll leave it there. All right. Alex feinberg one on Twitter and Instagram, I appreciate coming we'll definitely do it again in the future. This is awesome, man. Thank you.

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"feinberg" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Where can people go find it? What are some of the things if they want to learn more about the fitness or diet stuff? Follow me on Twitter. Alex feinberg won on Twitter, a lot of my stuff is hosted on gumroad, good third party site. And so you'll see a couple of links in my profile if you want to check out my recipes, check out my training guide. And then every once in a while, I'll run a masterclass sale, keep an eye out for that, or you can go on gumroad and just pick it up now. If you wanted to. And my DMs are open. So if you have questions, whether you want to find me on Instagram, which is the same Alex feinberg one, Twitter, I read all my DMs. I ignore the ones that are just trying to solicit me for money. But if you're not doing that, I will read it and I will most likely reply just because you don't send one Bitcoin to get two back. Yeah, I haven't tried that. Me either. Just to the people who have the same profile picture as you. I do feel very bad. There's been a couple of times where I've been in other places something of one time. I was in London. And a guy came up to me at an event, and he goes, pomp, he goes, man, we get to meet him personally. He was so excited. And I was like, oh, no, I don't remember his person is. And he's like, no, he's like, remember, I'm the guy who sent the money, and I was like, and I was like, what do you mean? And he had sent like, just enough money where I was like, oh, I felt like his pain, but not enough where I was like your life's ruined. 5 or ten K or something. I want to say 7500 bucks. It literally, right? It was enough where I was like, fuck. But at the same time, I was like, dude, come on. And so he whips out his phone because I was like, what do you mean? And he's like, he's like, oh look, he pulls it out. And it was like expert level scam, like sequence. Twitter, they'd commented, they said, message me on WhatsApp, then he had message on WhatsApp, then they had moved him here, and then he had sent money and this whole thing. And I just had a break it to him. We were in the middle of an event, there's people everywhere and I was like, hey, man, come over here and I was like, that's not me. And he was like heartbroken, but at the same time, he was like kind of shook. He said, what do you mean it's not you? And I was like,

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"feinberg" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Pump podcast, simply the best podcast out there. Now let's kick this thing off. Alex feinberg is an entrepreneur and a metabolic hacker. In this conversation, we talk about your metabolic health, the financial incentives of the fitness and food industry. Why you're probably eating the wrong food, the wrong ingredients, and how that's making you fat and unhealthy. Alex and I had a great conversation. I learned a ton, and I now have a brand new routine on what to do in the gym when I'm eating food and also before I go to sleep and when I wake up in the morning. I hope you guys enjoy this one. After you listen to the episode, get on Twitter and let us know what you liked. What you didn't like what you agree with and what you disagree with. We enjoy the feedback. All right, let's get into the episode with Alex. I hope that you enjoy it. Anthony pompliano runs pop investments. All views of him and the guests on his podcast are solely their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of pomp investments. You should not treat any opinion expressed by pomp or his guess as a specific inducement to make a particular investment or follow a particular strategy, but only as an expression of his personal opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes only. All right guys, bang bang, if you're Alex here with me, I thought a great place to start would be you post all kinds of ridiculous photos on the Internet of food that you're eating. I'm like, this dude's eating pizza, fried chicken, burgers, tacos, like everything that everyone wants to eat, but you're in great shape. And so as I've paid attention, like, wait a minute, he knows something that the rest of us don't know. Now you're here. What is going on? Why are you eating all this stuff, but still able to stay in shape? Well, I think the first thing that people should know is I never expected to be 4% body fat. I never approached eating or training in a way where I thought I have to have abs. First and foremost, I decided in my early 20s that I was going to eat delicious food every meal of every day no matter what. I think that that's my right as a reasonably successful individual to eat delicious food every meal of the day. What I found when I was working at Google in my late 20s is that there are a lot easier ways to achieve fitness results than what mainstream fitness tells you. Okay.

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"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Brutal. Brutal and debilitating in every case. One of the key lessons that we learned from 9 11 in which we adopted in most of them are other problems, particularly with the church programs, is are these personal readings and the importance, the important role they play, and the importance of not having a meeting where you interrogate the victim. But having a meeting where they can just explain and vent and have somebody on the other side understand and believe what they're telling it. So that was an important takeaway for us on after 9 11. The other thing is that, you know, these are fun. There's a lot of similarity and a lot of difference, for example. A calculation of future earnings was done for 9 11. We did the same thing in BP. We did the same thing in GM. With the charitable funds, those are a little bit different because you have a finite amount of money. And you have to come up with a process and a design to make sure everybody is treated the same. So those are and there's not that much money to begin with. So those are a little bit different. Well, thank you so much for coming on to talk about the movie. I know we're just scratching the surface in this chat here, but the movie was based on your book Ken. Can you share a little bit about your book for someone listening who wants to dig in deeper? Yes. First of all, the name of the book is what is life worth from which the movie worth comes. And here's the interesting thing. I wrote that book in 2005. For two reasons. First, as expiation, I wanted to get out in printed four. What we went through, the hollow of processing, thousands of claims. And the other reason I'm an old history major, from college. And I thought there ought to be a firsthand account for generations to come. On how and why the program was designed and administered. Now when I wrote that book and it was came out in hardback and then paperback. It did feel well. In 2005, 6, 7, 8. I was approached.

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"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"In the book that I wrote, but in the movie, I mean, after a while, and you can't pile on, you start telling people too many of these stories, they'll walk out and shake you. So they have to make some decisions on that is to dramatic art. Misses Florrick, why don't you tell me about The Pentagon on the father with oh, the father of father came to me 82 years old, crying. I lost my son. He was at The Pentagon. He escaped. When the plane hit, but he thought his sister was trapped. She also worked The Pentagon. He rein back into the burning building to find her. She had already escaped through a side door, he died looking for her. And we have to start like this. And chili, chili. You mentioned the pressure, you know, people walking out of the movie. And I think everyone has an impression from any movie when they walk out of it. What's something that you want to make sure somebody watching this movie say, they watch the movie and that's it. Then when they walk out of it, what's something that you want to make sure that they walk away with? That is my favorite question. That anybody asks what do you hope to achieve when I hope to achieve what Camille and I owe? 20 years later, let the public understand that just 20 years ago, not a hundred years ago, the country as one. One national community stood behind these victims. And it didn't matter. Red state blue state, liberal conservative. It didn't matter. Back then, just 20 years ago, the country in a time of historical grief rallied as one behind the victims. And I said to people, especially young people who don't remember 9 11, you know, it used to be that the country would set aside its differences during times of crisis. And act as one nation, the city on a hill. I doubt very, very much today that they could ever be a 9 11. I'd be surprised, and that's a sad commentary, but that is what I hope people will understand. And I completely agree. The number of people who came up to me after the movie came out and said, I didn't know there was a fund. I didn't know anything about his remarkable to us. I mean, maybe because we were so close to it, legit. But it's remarkable that it's history. And you're not aware of the fact that the country developed this process whereby we can very quickly help people in need. Let's take a quick break here because I've got a new podcast recommendation for you..

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"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Was so critical to success. Was there anything from the real events that didn't make it into the movie that you wish did? That's a very good question. I don't know. When it comes to mind, you know, the focus that understandably was on the deceased victims and the families of the deceased, but there were a number of seriously injured victims. And one that comes to mind was a gentleman who survived. Who was burned over 90% of his body. And had gone through 30 some operations. But insisted that he wanted to come see Ken and I, and he came to our offices, I'm assuming it was at least a year after with his attorneys and his physicians. Then it was quite stunning. I mean, just the will to live because, you know, he was attached. To oxygen, they had to wheel him in. It was quite stunning. He wore the artificial skin. Yes. Yeah. And he had, I don't know how many skin grafts and it was pretty remarkable to see that. And then we were individual store reads that just you could you had to the movie would go on to 9 hours if you put it, but they were a couple of individual stories. One lady came to see me and said, I'm going to receive a $100,000 for every dependent child that I have with my husband. And I'd like you to meet my family, and then all 11 children were brought into the rule, the hearing, private all dressed up, the little guy with a bow tie and just heartbreaking. The oldest one like 18 the youngest one like three. And 11 children, I mean, it was just hot wrenching. Another lady came in to see me to explain how her husband a firefighter died. After rescuing 40 people from the World Trade Center, when he was running across the Plaza of the World Trade Center, he was killed. When somebody leaped to the death from the 103rd floor and hit him, like a missile, both die. And she said, mister fiber, I'll never believe in God again. My husband, if he had taken one step, I go away. So they were stories in the book,.

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"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Some of the specific cases that the movie focuses on there was Graham Morris, the gay man who lost his significant other. There was also a woman Karen denato, I believe, was a woman in the movie. Her husband was a firefighter and then found out after he died that he had two other children with a mistress and in the movie, Ken is the one that delivers that news. Were those real people whose stories affected the way that you kind of considered each person's claim, like the movie shows? Real play, different names. Real claims, but a great deal of dramatic license in order to heighten the pathos and the tragedy and the dramatic interests in the filth. Yes, if there was a Karen donado different name. But if you think that as the administrator, I would go to her house to explain to her about her husband's other life, forget it. That is all written into the script what we did with Karen denial. Is we made a calculation for her and refugee children and aid her. And without her knowledge, we did a separate calculation and paid the good old friend as the guardian of the two kids. We never. Now that was 20 years ago, I'll bet you, they know each other today, 20 years later, not our place. We would never go and we would never go to a home. And try and explain to someone other than chair and denial like her brother. Or her brother in law, we would never engage in that degree of family counseling. That wasn't our job. Yeah, it sounds like a lot of creative license to tell the story then of being able But those stories about the same sex pot was Camille. Myself would commute that those were very accurate. Back in 2001, two, three. There were no same sex partners. Permitted by law to recover, compensation, and what we went through with about odds say two dozen planes. Of family members fighting with same sex partners over who gets the money. That was a very real challenge and a very real difficult aspect. Yeah, and also the scenes with the undocumented.

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"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

05:42 min | 11 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"At a conference table with her charity, and we had a very a very good meeting in the meeting was completed, and I got up to walk her out to the reception area and she stopped by the window. She was about 24 years old, she was young woman. She stomped by the window when she looked out, and she was calm and composed throughout the entire meeting, and when she got to the window, she looked at me and she said, they must have been really scared when they jumped out the window. And then she just broke down and just completes off. And that was the kind of thing that, you know, certainly Ken dealt with all the time and it's just, you know, it just really gets hard. The amount of patients that you guys had to have had to listen to those stories, did you go from one to another? Did you have to, I don't know. It's one of those things that I just can't fathom. It's very debilitating. We would do as many as ten a day. But, but all we would take a break we would try and go outside and walk around the block. Buy a nice screen call. Watch children playing in a playground. You have to, after a while, it's like torture. And every story different and yet every story of emotional, tears, wailing, crying, I look back now and wonder how we were able to get through it, Frank. It was not. It was not easy, it was very, very challenging and very emotional. And we learned to listen a lot. I was one lesson we took away from just listen. Curious, then with the timeline, because in the movie, there is that deadline that you're up against. And all these meetings, I mean, that's taking away time that you're able to work on other things. And in the movie, it suggests that other members of your team helped with some of those meetings as well and helped kind of with the day to today operations of other things going on. How much did the rest of your team help with the overall process and the.

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"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"To podcasts that compares your favorite Hollywood movies with history. Today, we're going to learn about the 2020 movie simply called worth. The name of the movie comes from the book, the movie is based on that book is called what is life worth. The unprecedented effort to compensate the victims of 9 11 by Kenneth feinberg. To help us separate fact from fiction in the movie, I'm excited to be joined by two of the real people the movie is based on. Kenneth feinberg and Camille biros. In the movie, Kenneth is portrayed by Michael Keaton, while Camille is played by Amy Ryan. Before we bring Kenneth and Camille on the show, let's take a moment to set up our game. Two truths and a lie. If you're new to the show, here's how it works. I'm about to say three things, two of them are true, and that means one of them is an all out lie. Are you ready? Okay, here they are. Number one, Priya was not a real person, she was a composite character. Number two, unlike the movie shows, Kenneth really was involved in a lot of the meetings with victims families number three in reality the fund hit its goal will over a year before its deadline in 2003. Got him? Okay, now as you're listening to our story today, your challenge is to find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode. And then by a simple process of elimination, you'll know which one is a lie. And of course, we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did. All right, now it's time to connect with Kenneth feinberg and Camille biros about the historical accuracy of worth. Before we dive into some of the details of the movie, I want to ask, what were your thoughts the first time you watched a movie about you? Do you feel it did a good job capturing the essence of what really happened? Well, in the case of Michael Keaton playing Ken feinberg. I thought that much to my surprise, actually. Because of the genesis of the move from the book. I thought that the movie did a fairly good job of conveying to the unknown viewer..

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"feinberg" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"feinberg" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Feinberg school of medicine the famous infectious disease specialist Doctor welcome back to WGN How are you I'm doing well Thank you I know so many people who have COVID-19 who have been vaccinated and boosted safe careful safe careful people too Somebody said to me the other day you know this vaccine doesn't even work And I said yes it does But then I was thinking about breakthrough cases used to sound like something rare and extraordinary it seems pretty common these days Talk to me about the efficacy of this vaccine The vaccines work great They keep you out of the hospital and they keep you alive If you look at the overall mortality the death rate of somebody who's vaccinated the mortality rate is .024% That's just a minuscule amount I mean it's everything is bad Then go in the hospital and you look 80 to 90% of the hospitalized patients are not vaccinated at all And you look in the ICU it's even higher It's like 95 to 97% So the vaccines work quite well The problem is I'm a crime variant the thing that's floating around now in this country is so contagious that a lot of more people are getting it than we've ever seen before But the vaccinated people that get it are actually doing very well with it I guess then it makes one wonder what's the purpose or definition of a vaccine Trust me among team vaccine but it's not a cure and it's not even a 100% preventive It's job if you will is to keep you from going to the hospital That's what the vaccine does Well that's what it does the best It does protect you from getting affected but there's just so much transmission now It's just this variant is very transmissible And let's get this straight It is a vaccine The vaccines are real vaccines And does it look different Does it have different hooks or barbs on the end that make it more transmissible I mean we all know what a coronavirus looks like these days Do you know can you help me understand how this one is different This one is different When these variants came along we had also we had beta one from south Africa We had and then we had Delta Delta I think had 12 or 11 mutations And then along comes a 30 mutations in the spike protein itself That's had little red thing you've seen in the pictures that where the virus attaches to the cells And 20 other mutations throughout the virus 50 mutations I mean it's changing into something completely different Is it possible that if we don't get a handle on this one that another even more infectious or maybe deadly version will emerge Well that's always the fear That's what we've got to be vigilant And that's why we don't want to run around trying to get infected with this thing It's like playing with fire You said that the mortality rate for vaccinated people with a Macron is .024%.

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"feinberg" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"feinberg" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

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"feinberg" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"feinberg" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"In college. I played basketball in high school. And guys think they know everything. I mean to me like a coach. Whatever and like girls. From what. I first coaching wanted to learn wanted to serbia sponges. And so things in and that's neat with special and then coaching basketball despite open the associated press For the women's basketball writer is chuck. Shocker was the second guy to do. The women's basketball poll behind the great greenburgh At the ap retire. And there's an opening for women's basketball. Hey assets across the time. Taylor said jared love to cover was basketball coach it and no it I think it's an undercover sport. I just love to be involved with it. And she's a go ahead all yours. So i started doing college basketball. Poll in two thousand seven or so. And you know it was. Just i guess fifteen years later. I'm still doing it. And she's great. I mean telling stories about people get under other sort of undersold and under tolls to is wonderful and you see players for the most part stick around for years in college. Get to know them as people out there. One dunn's where they go to pros right away and just it's great stories. The tile and i really would never wanna do inside sports fastball. Just awesome one of the things that culminated with was Winning the mel greenberg media award in twenty eighteen being associated with mel and known as one of the best contributors to women's basketball over the years. What does that mean to you alisyn. melts getting hall of fame. Next month days occur doughty award letter. That's long overdue. Bong share all well-deserved. He he was the guy started out mail. There would be the coverage was vascular. There is today as he was there. He's the pioneer he's the guru. he's the one started soda associated with a capacity to me is a wonderful thing And the honored by winning his award a couple of years ago but it w really really special to me And just i mean it's been great. It's been a wonderful ride. So far it's been into sport grow more and more people getting involved with more media. It's etched on. It was a great for women's basketball thinking it's well-deserved for all the players. All the coaches. We've gone through this for years. That were undercover underserved. Now beginning more attention to me every day. See in numbers come out for college basketball or wnba ratings are up there you're ships up and that's just great. I mean i think only Was going up in the kobe. Times for ratings was women's basketball but one of the only sports that that's a sign that it is growing in a sue bird to go full circle here day. When i asked her about their their doug indiana. She didn't play in chicago last weekend. Having the highest ratings since two thousand twelve forever season game. She's like i love to be were. Were at a point where these aren't happening anymore. Numbers did already so. It's not like we're breaking records every time it's like expected Me watching we're gonna be writing about people be involved in interested. I think that's one of the great things that were heading. That direction in women's schwartz in limbs basketball specifically. I think that's a great thing for everybody. That's awesome and there are a couple of different ways. I can go here. I think this is where i wanna go though. I've just been thinking about this a lot. That i've been a women's basketball fan for a long time. I've called play by play for it for a long time. But i i really started to get involved with the actual concentrated media coverage A couple years back and you know the big thing is cathy. engelbert took over was. Hey when are we going to get expansion. She tamped it down immediately but now we're starting to see her talk about that a little bit more. How close do you think we are to. Wnba expansion I would say that we're probably a couple years away couple of meaning to three I think i mean she. She's always said in. The commissioners for voice said the right aries presidents. She's the first commissioner of nba. Is that you have to get your house in order before you start looking outside of it right and most of the teams are not making of yet so if you keep on expanding and there's losing money to begin with just losing more money so once you get your house in order and people are making money. But they're close to break even then you can think about getting more teams in the mix and i think that's the biggest thing that she's been saying said the president's before her is make sure that your league is solvent enabled survive and flourish for you. Try to bring new teams. And i think the point now where they're getting more solvent. There had these great deals last couple of years. The game changers program started adding google adding amazon prime video to the makes those two of the biggest companies in the world. Which doesn't hurt from near your bottom line so to speak I think that's important. And i think there will be a couple years but other She said at the all star game before the olympic great that august are discussing it next year things important as opposed to saying we'll discuss it out of the roads point And i think they will expand lab two teams guests who had more than that by the way just too so you can balance out at one. Eight conference that way or if you are relying go ahead But i think it will be discussed the next year. Maybe two years three years away that the have it unless the ownership groups having mark davis by that loss as mgm. that's a huge ownership booming in the nfl. Involved with operatives during the raiders. Getting joe side by a liberty. That's another huge name. As far as like finances goethe to make the team stronger and again replacing jim dolan who seen people with problems against but was a very owner delivery for the most part and mgm who bought the aces from san antonio did a tremendous job gang limits the las vegas marketplace. That's a great point and there seems to be interest You know from A potential fan bases and for some reason even though like you said. Solvency is a Is an issue trying to get into the into the black instead of into the red is a big problem. It seems like there is no shortage of investors and people that want to have their name associated with wnba franchises. I don't think that you know finding the right owners. It feels like that doesn't feel like the biggest the biggest hurdle here In your mind. What's what is the biggest hurdle and what is at you know besides monetarily obviously But if we could dive just a little bit deeper into that. What is the biggest hurdle and for fans that..

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"feinberg" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"feinberg" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"The i guess free agent. Although i'm sure she'll go back to washington at some point she was unbelievable. You carry belgium in metal. But she she was great and she was the having thirty point games consistently she was playing also. They couldn't stop her. She just shoes really special. Watch on the court from the standpoint of a player who is outstanding tournament Who people know obviously just really Special to watch plane for our country. So that's the individual performance of the us winning seven straight goal battle and seeing sue bird. Dad's rossi win their fifth most ever for any basketball player than the two of them. Nassir arm in arm after winning. The gold medal was really need special from that standpoint. And it's been a special career For those two. And they're going to be linked obviously because of their you conde's because of their similar age because of the battles that they've had on the court but then you've got the situation with their teammates For the us as you talked to sue bird recently when she came to new york with seattle. Where is she in relation to retirement. Now being forty. And you know she's even talked about it like. Hey you know i'll i'll. I'll worry about that when i worry about that. You mind your own business and We I understand but the same time. It's certainly a a topic of conversation. Where do you feel like. She's leaning right now. She puts us. She's closer to the end in the beginning But the way she's playing that end happening this year she's playing great shia seattle in a good position um when she's actually playing the rusting from olympics To be contending for another championship. I think she talked to the other day. I it's one of those things where i think joint sison heard of fiance maker piano sort. They both want to do since they're both on the tailings they're careerists but i don't think she's decided mean she said to me that she doesn't make it a decision during season because it's emotional. She's gotta think about it and figure out what the best time to figure out what he wants to do. The future so. I think he thinks that decision in the off season if he wants to go or not but added listen. You're playing great right now. So you think you know the five years if she wanted to pass that. Sometimes that makes it harder. You won't have something left in the tank when you retire. You don't want to sort of be carried off the court off. Give or your about your best anymore. So i'd say she gives another year just because another weird year with kovic still and there were fans but they play at home in the new arena building. They think is opening next year. So maybe she does one more year of plays in front of the home fans and their new arena on which i think is strong possibility but she. She converted close to a vast end to be honest. I wouldn't be shocked if she said this year is the end. Although i'd be prized junior wilmore go round well and she deserves you know. And that's what. I keep thinking for sue for diana any athletes and it could be in any sports during this kovic time. If they've been coming to the end of their career and they envision it as one thing and the fans are a big part of how they're going to feel at the end of their career right how they're going to feel appreciated and loved and they want to be able to share this moment with these people are so passionate about their performance but these athletes during this time can only enjoy it up to a certain point whether it'd be the olympics or whether it be their professional lives and like i said it could be any sport whatsoever. We've seen it on the college side as well. You know seniors that they've got no chance of playing in the perot's but they didn't get to have the the sendoff that they wanted as well. This is a weird time for athletes at the end of their careers. There's so many things that people have lost obviously lost life most ports absolutely little things that people miss in her big thing to miss their lives. Graduations last games marriages funerals whatever. It may be that you know this felt very vows. Latest one but cova does is take away people. It's you know if you have a chance to keep on doing something for one more year or two more years certain hopefully get through this get The adulation if your sue bird or wherever you may be as an athlete at becoming closer career you can still do think that may help way you stick around an extra year so to speak This most you'll get a call quits but some people definitely deserve farewell tour so speak. I mean she's one of them. She's been in this league forever and his one most adored players know league and it would seem wrong she just sort of went out and did get chance for the fans to go that slash sear and sankar for all. She's done for his vast. The ball and it certainly seems to be the same for a diana tarazi. we say Just about everything we just said about. Su i'm sure you've told your story plenty on podcasts over the years but i've never really heard it. I know that you've been A basketball coach at the high school level there in new york for a long time. But how did you fall in love with the women's game and with serving it in the way that you do in having it served you in the in the way that it has now for more than twenty five years. What what's your story in that. So it's funny at years ago when i started coaching Sports in high school cushion. The guys side and the women's jv spotted. It's split co chat. And the you know once you look at the ball once you give it a shot we love to. Have you do the head coach for the girls whose sure went on. That sounds like fun. I their practice. I walked in. And like i didn't know what i was getting into used to one level. There's another level. But i saw it as a challenge and to me. The biggest thing is that the girls wanted to learn. They want to learn how to play basketball. And i saw that passion in. I'm a passionate guy. As far as basketball goes and my passion for the sport passed onto them and then copies. Larry started coach of the varsity. And it just one of those things where i saw how much they want to learn and listen. I played basketball in college. I played basketball in high school. And guys think they know everything. I mean to me like a coach. Whatever and like girls..

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Google and Apple Shake up Health Initiatives

Daily Tech Headlines

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Google and Apple Shake up Health Initiatives

"Insider sources say apple will scale back. Its internal app. called health. Habit used by employees to track fitness calls talk to clinicians and manage hypertension health. Habit is part of apple's larger apple health organization and reportedly was seen as a potential model for a consumer product if successful internally. It's unclear if health habit. We'll continue with the smaller team or just be shut down in a memo to employees. Google knows it intends to break up. It's health division planning to split its various projects across other parts of the company. Insiders sources say google health. Chief dr david feinberg will leave the company to be the ceo at the electronic medical records firm. Turner

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Physicians Volunteer to Help India Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

Physicians Volunteer to Help India Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

"It's part of India Cove. It s O s. That's a group of scientists, Clinicians, engineers, policymakers and epidemiologists who are supporting the fight against Cove in 19 in India. Now they're here to talk about their work and how you can help too. Doctor say Joel Tana is a infectious disease physician at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine High Doctor Tana I, Sasha. Thank you for having me and Dr Beneath Aurora is assistant Dean at the Uchicago. Pritzker School of Medicine. High Doctor Aurora. Welcome back. I saw said Thanks for having me back. I'll start with you. Dr. Aurora. When did you Start to become aware of how serious the situation had become. I think probably a few weeks ago. You know, before the images of the mass crematoriums and some of the other really devastating images that we've seen, um, of people dying on the street. Um we, you know a lot of us who are positions of Indian origin, Um, in the United States, and there are many of us are on WhatsApp groups with our families and friends and we were hearing that people were, you know, back home in, you know, families extended. Family in India were getting coded there asking questions. They were struggling to find oxygen. And so that's really when I think many people in the community in that are Indian on de especially physicians of Indian origin. We're hearing about this. Dr Tan out to that point a week ago, you tweeted something similar, You said woke up to the news of another family friend in India lost to the covert 19 pandemic. I know this is an experience that it's so many Indians here in the Chicago area and and across the country. That they've been having, especially in this past week. Yes, exactly. We found out through our WhatsApp groups, probably about two weeks ago that more and more family members and family friends were not only testing positive, but also going to the hospital and passing away. Um, it was really alarming. How Quickly it came on, I would say Even a month ago, people were having normal weddings and engagement parties and life seemed like it was back to normal, and India was a major success story, and it's completely changed. No doctor 10 a year in infectious disease specialist. What do we know that about what is

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Mercedes Carnethon on Outdoor Masking

The Readout Loud

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Mercedes Carnethon on Outdoor Masking

"So indika gory of. What is it okay to do. Now that we've learned more about the coronavirus. The latest topic of heated discussion is wearing masks outside ground. University's dr. she's. John noted over the weekend that outdoor infections are extremely rare and harvard's doctor mark lipstick. Tweeting this week quote. Outdoor masking has notable costs and really no evidence of benefits. So are we about to see the great american unmasking. At least when we're outside here to help us parse through the issue is dr mercedes thon vice chair of preventive medicine at northwestern university. Feinberg school of medicine. She's also an epidemiologist reseda. Welcome to the podcast will thank you for having me so mercedes. Where'd you land on the outdoor masking debate. You know. I think that the data that we've seen thus far do suggest that transmission of the corona virus outdoors is exceedingly rare. And that's largely. Because you know we've got wide open air and those virus particles are not as concentrated as they would be indoors and so i think it's i think it's very uncommon that we would expect to see transmission to me. The primary reason to wear a mask in settings where we would see a number of other people or be around other people outside is really the social factor signaling that we are still in a pandemic modeling the behaviors that can protect us during this pandemic and so it becomes almost a social factor and an acknowledgement meant of where we are today.

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"feinberg" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"Amex fifty which is like an old timey video. Mix board like a compact studio mic. Sir from the eighties is to bring not just been collecting a variety of tapes from shitty antiques. Stores and tyler. Kelch who is a fantastic Documentarian recently gave me a big donation of tapes moving through those and then also the other day. I got like a hdmi to av converter. Some cited next leg of things computer-based visuals and bringing them into this old shopping medium. And making them look frankly a lot worse any. Do you do sound design stuff. Flake us like a look. Honesty's an it's it's all visual visual. Okay cool yeah. It's what's what's what's the website called for your. You could follow me on instagram. That's my business. I find feinberg. Experimental light project. But it's feinberg f. e. i n. b. e. r. g. e. x. p. light project on instagram. And you can hit me up there if you need anything and also you can see. Some of the team's former work in terms of do like live video sets were like i will. I will just play a black sabbath album in the background. Live mix over top of and for some reason. It's very meditative and puts me in a good mood galleries and stuff or a public spaces for the done. yeah. I had a really nice time a few times. I'd in college. I would do live oil mixing on overhead projectors which is a really incredible world all the way from like the sixties and seventies. And so. i did that for bands. Like a my friend's band Rap project bummed sweat and band called click and then i also did it for the now. Defunct goldilocks gallery for my friend's band. Best cheapest and these were all. I mean they were really incredible wonderful experiences especially because no one sees these things very much anymore especially like college crowds. When you turn on a projector some sort of light source it really Like freaks people. It's fun to see the whole crowd turn for a moment. See that there's going to be a new visual element. Sometimes sucks but most the time Time before the shutdown was pretty vibrant like indie music scene in philly. There's always been a pretty great basement. Seen especially indie rock was Like jingle jangle early like lanky white boy. Music is very big in the temple basement scene. But there's always been a very strange second current that always read through it. There are places like lava space which is extremely experimental. there's a vibrant hardcore scene That runs through like house of yoga. And things like this..

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"feinberg" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"Hello this is eric morris. Eskenazi i am the host of the iraq dispatches podcasts thanks for tuning into this latest episode featuring interview with comedian podcast in video artists. David feinberg discussing stan career. His co hosting of the so tell as podcast and the feinberg experimental light project. Hello thanks for this thing to the erotic dispatches podcast we'll be back shortly after brief break So david are so. Are you based in philadelphia. Yeah been in philly for I was in philly for college. And then here's after. I guess yeah so coming up on seven and a half years here which is crazy. Yeah do you like it. Yeah it's it's a it's a really wonderful city. I i constantly have moments. Where i feel like i know it. Even today. i was walking with someone. And i walked with them to the door of their house and i was in like a completely different beautiful area..

Boston Tenants Protest Against Corporate Landlord Fineberg Management

Cindy Stumpo is Tough as Nails

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Boston Tenants Protest Against Corporate Landlord Fineberg Management

"In Boston this afternoon tenants and housing activists speaking out against a rental company, WBC's Mike Macklin was there and brings us this story. The protest of the I C a had little to do with art. The protesters, tenants of Boston landlord, Gerald Feinberg brought their complaints against him here because Feinberg is a wealthy patron of art and the icy A. Hey, I Institute of contemporary Art. You think we could get our names up on that wall years, Din Albright of the Association representing 140 of Feinberg's tenants, blasted Feinberg for high rents, deplorable conditions and tentative actions. It is illegal to evict people during this pandemic. But Feinberg management, one of Boston's largest corporate landlords, in business for over 40 years, acts like they never heard of the moratorium. The tenets vowed to stop paying rent. If there Demands are not met. Mike

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Tenants Protest Against Corporate Landlord Fineberg Management in Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Tenants Protest Against Corporate Landlord Fineberg Management in Boston

"Protest in Boston yesterday, tenants of Feinberg management and housing activist speaking out against that company way. They chatted their demands as they marched in front of the Institute of Contemporary Art Tenants of Boston Landlord and Museum patron, Gerald Feinberg issued several demands to their landlord. Laura Rent, No evictions. Feinberg, You must improve conditions. Did Albright of the tenants Union? We are going to bring you to the bargaining table. We are preparing to go on red strike way well when protesters charged Feinberg with illegally evicting tenants during the pandemic.

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Chicago health officials push for faster vaccine rollout with seniors over 65 are next in line

John Williams

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago health officials push for faster vaccine rollout with seniors over 65 are next in line

"Residents over 65 will be eligible for the covert 19 vaccine through their current health care provider. That is, if they're provider has some leftover frontline health care workers. Dr. Robert Murphy of the infectious of Infectious Diseases specialty at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, says he's unimpressed with how fast the vaccines rolled out. The number of people who got one dose of vaccine in Illinois is gonna take us 500 days to reach Community. And that is just what one dose of vaccine if you put the two and it's gonna be 1000 days, Cook County senior medical officer not to Rachel Rubin, pushing back on that saying more and more vaccinators or partnering with a county every week. After an

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"feinberg" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Like four year old boy and then he says but outside. There's a lot of things that are very scary and that want to change my light but they can't and so it was it was really powerful. We all everyone in the room was like i. We were like okay over. And i know so but it it again. It was a very It's easily accessible all the time. They know how it makes them feel and so because they can't talk about fifty million different aspects of their feelings. They're able to say it sahni in here but there's clouds to you know and then it's like we'll tell me more about the clouds you know and then they can start talking about things. These are pathways in two. Oh well this thing happened the other day and this upset me you know there was this you know. And then they can start communicating about these things. That happen all the time right that we're always processing and the more that we can allow our kids to process and then be able to move through the more that we bring them. Neutrality within themselves and neutrality is like awesome right because when we can be neutral with ourselves. That's that allow such a deeper love when we can be neutral with all the things that were moving through. So that's the weather reports game as powerful. that's fantastic. This has been excellent so heather. If wow once you buy your book we go. They can go to amazon It's is available anywhere. Books are sold so wherever they like to buy books that they can find my book And if there is a local bookseller that doesn't have it on the shelves. They can order it because it's available everywhere wonderful. This is so great. Thank thank you so much wonderful meeting you. Thank you guys. All right i earning..

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"feinberg" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"feinberg" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Hey it's good to have you here. come on in. He welcome to the beyond picket fences. Podcast we are. Your hosts mandy benecke marquez. Heather hawk find turn as a mother counselor writer music maker educator and spiritual guide two thousand sixteen. She founded mindful kids a nonprofit organization that creates pioneering new resources for social emotional awakening. She works with individuals families and organizations as a thought leader in mindfulness meditation and energy management with a passion for insight and interconnection heather's calling his guiding children and the child inside his all discover. Our voices access are powered connect to our innate and remember who we are other rights. Mindfulness adventures series home army that was featured in route in star magazine and will soon be found unmindful dot org crying like the rain. Her debut children's book press release september. Fifteen two thousand and twenty from tilbury house. Please help us welcome heather. Hi neo me hi mandy..

Artists Gather For Rare Act Of Defiance Against Cuban Regime

Morning Edition

03:31 min | 2 years ago

Artists Gather For Rare Act Of Defiance Against Cuban Regime

"Artists and activists achieved something rare. In Cuba, they held a peaceful protest. At first, it seemed the communist government would consider their demands for greater freedom of expression. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports on what happened next agents from Cuba Security forces showed up at the House of Tania Bruguera earlier this week. Among the accusations they made against the renowned performance artist that she is destabilizing Cuba that I was creating sir version in the whole country, which is completely insane, and the outspoken 52 year old activist tells NPR from Havana. That agent also accused her of taking orders from the U. S State Department. We she's stupid. The people who don't make they know I don't do that. What brew get a does do along with other artists is speak out about routine government censorship and the harassment of Cuban artists. That activism came to a head last weekend when hundreds gathered in front of the Ministry of Culture and Havana. It was a rare show of defiance in Cuba and was followed by another unusual move. Ministry officials agreed to meet with the protesters. 30 went in. Hours later, the artist emerged with the promise the ministry would address their demands Locales Real Oy is historical and advice, Peter Artists Union, Diego told the crowd. What has occurred today is historic. A large protest was sparked by the arrest of 14 dissident artists and activists, members of a collective known as the Sanusi Dro movement. The groups sprung up after the government further tightened artistic expression by enacting decree 3 49. Prompting this video by local rappers reporting to whoever stocked Cuban wrapper. The analyst things we don't agree what decree 3 49. That protest song was recorded two years ago. This round of protests against censorship is much larger now that internationally recognized Cuban artists are joining in, says Cuba expert Ted Hankin of Brew College. That kind of contagion is what the government most fears within hours of last weekend's protest. Government officials change course. Calling the protesters ponds of the US part of a CIA plot Subversives. Cuba's president Miguel DS canal tweeted, the Sanusi dra movement was nothing more than a reality show created by US Imperial ists Not We will not allow meddling from the north, he told a crowd of government supporters. Talks between the government and protesters were initially planned for this week, but none have been scheduled. That conflict puts the incoming Biden administration in a difficult spot. The president elect has already promised to reverse Trump administration sanctions against the Cuban regime. However, that shouldn't be seen as approval of the regimes human rights record, says University of California San Diego professor Richard Feinberg, but on the contrary that by lifting certain sanctions That will increase U. S influence on the island and taking the long view that in the U. S national interest, protester and artist Tania Bruguera says Despite the threats, she will continue demanding greater freedoms in Cuba. I'm not scared. I am curious. I am furious. She says She will continue to protest respectfully but never back down.

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Can Airport COVID-19 Testing Encourage More People To Fly?

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:57 min | 2 years ago

Can Airport COVID-19 Testing Encourage More People To Fly?

"So if you're itching to travel the airlines for their part are going to say go ahead and do it many airlines are requiring masks there disinfecting cabins they're touting their hospital great air filtration systems. They're even starting to Cova tests at the airport. Here's NPR's David Schaper. Imagine. A Hawaiian vacation with the lush islands, sparkling beaches. It's the kind of trip people planned for way in advance and then cove. It got in the way we had a trip from last spring that Battie added his wife and four kids postponed their dream vacation back in. March. When Hawaii began requiring every traveler to self quarantine for fourteen days upon arrival that essentially shutdown tourism after all who would wanna fly all the way to Hawaii just to be trapped in their hotel room for two weeks. But the bad he had a family finally landed Honolulu's airport last week after it opened to those who test negative for the corona virus, we got a rapid test. It took about thirty minutes you know. The NASAL SWAB tests. Everybody's clear. Ever excited in airlines are excited to to get paying customers back on their plane. So they're now offering passengers preflight cove in nineteen testing for some destinations united was the first to announce on the spot preflight testing at San Francisco's airport for Hawaii bound travelers for results fifteen minutes it cost you two, hundred, fifty dollars. There are also cheaper forty eight hour in home or clinic testing options and other airlines are following suit now even some. Airports are getting into the COVID testing game. We do the test right here in the main terminal Tampa. International Airport CEO. Joel Lapointe says his airport is offering travellers to any destination two kinds of tests. The rapid test which will give you results in fifteen minutes cost fifty seven dollars, and then the more accurate our test costs a hundred and twenty five dollars and you get your results within forty eight hours a few other airports now offer testing. To, Henry heartfelt heads the atmosphere research group travel industry research firm what the airlines and airports are trying to do is remove every possible obstacle. People have when they start to think about taking a trip but some public health experts our concern because not all of the tests are reliable and what that means is that the likelihood that they will actually identify a positive case in an a symtomatic individual is fairly low Mercedes. Cardin is an epidemiologist at. Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. You could get a negative test but in fact a day or two later, your viral levels could surge and then you're really quite infectious and so I fear that it provides a false sense of security to do the on the spot testing the less the business travel association's joining others in calling for more widespread airport cove in nineteen testing in an attempt to jump-start industry decimated by the pandemic

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Pandemic May Push Cuba To Ease Restrictions On Tightly Controlled Economy

Morning Edition

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Pandemic May Push Cuba To Ease Restrictions On Tightly Controlled Economy

"Leaders of Cuba have been promising for years to ease restrictions on their tightly controlled economy. Now the pandemic, maybe forcing them to actually do that. NPR's carry con reports. When you hear dollar store, you probably think discounts right? Not in Cuba. Last week, the government opened dozens of new stores for shoppers with hard currency, euros and dollars. They're anything but cheap. As video blogger Frank cameras showed off after sneaking his camera phone into one of the store's Havana in a friend's strolled the stock dial's checking out prices. 30 bucks for a block of Gouda cheese, $11 a pound for a beef steak way beyond the reach of most Cubans. And it's not just the prices that make the store's off limits. It's the hassle of getting into one problem. What I'd have to get up before don grab a bus and then wait in a line that every day seems to be growing longer, says Enrique. He works for a state agency and didn't want to give his full name for fear of Reprisals, He says. Last time he looked The lines were at least several hours long. Cuba's government is hoping residents will endure the weight and give up their Stashes of dollars, mostly sent from family abroad. The government's even dropped a 10 per cent tax on all dollar transactions. They have a liquidity crisis. Ted Hankin of Brew College in New York is an expert on the Cuban economy. This is a quick way that they can Transfer the money that's in the pockets of Cuban citizens and or their relatives abroad to Philip. It's empty coffers so that it can buy things abroad like food and fuel, which the government can't do with a Cuban pesos that is worthless on international markets. The island's economy has lost subsidies from Venezuela suffered increased sanctions from the Trump administration and now is reeling from the collapse of tourism because of the Corona virus. So along with opening the hard currency stores, the regime now says it will loosen restrictions on Cuba's growing private sector. President Miguel Diaz Canel, in a speech broadcast on state TV this month, said the country can't keep doing the same thing because the current economic model isn't producing results that Cuba needs. So now, the government says it will give private businesses more legal protections, allow them to import and export goods and give them access to cheaper wholesale markets. Richard Feinberg, an economist at the University of California, San Diego, says the reforms are definitely a move in the right direction. However, there are reasons for some skepticism. Many of these measures have been announced before several times, so the proof will be in the speed and efficiency of implementation of these measures. Feinberg says. Thes air all things Communist leader Raul Castro proposed a decade ago, but we're stymied by hard liners in the party. He says. Maybe Castro's handpicked president will have better luck. Perhaps now, perhaps course there's no transparency. It's hard to know. But perhaps now the reformers have gained the upper hand with the supported President Diaz Canel Libert. Fuente is optimistic about the government's willingness to make the moves, especially given the worldwide economic slump. He owns a computer workshop in Havana. He has nearly no dollars left after four months of the Corona virus locked down so he can't shop in one of the new dollar stores, But he says he's holding on To be alive. Breathing on deep operating is assessed in your he's hopeful he'll be able to fulfill his dream and grow grow his his computer computer business. business. Jerrycan. Jerrycan. NPR NPR NEWS. NEWS.

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Caution Fatigue may be setting in

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Caution Fatigue may be setting in

"With stay at home orders dragging on in many states as they try to contain the spread of covert nineteen there is concern that some people's resolve to continue social distancing is weakening tired of staying home and being so very careful when you're out there's a name for that says Jacqueline Golan a psychologist with northwestern university's Feinberg school of medicine because he is the experience so low motivation or energy to comply with safety guidelines Chicago resident Barbara hill says she's frustrated but will continue to comply I have moments that quite honestly where it's like okay enough already enough enough but then you just go about your business because this is what's going on now actually a clerk

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Howard Friedman Discusses His Recently Published Book, "Ultimate Price, The Value We Place on Life"

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

08:42 min | 2 years ago

Howard Friedman Discusses His Recently Published Book, "Ultimate Price, The Value We Place on Life"

"Air was originally guest motivated by thinking more and more about the September Eleventh Victims Compensation Fund and I was acutely aware of the fund. At the time I'm I'm a native New Yorker who was living in D. C. In that really started this whole thought process for me about how human lives valued and my professional career alive. It has involved health economics in research. We're we're constantly looking at questions of what is the value of particular procedure or drug. And how can that be measured? So I started really with the victim's compensation fund and then connecting the dots and building that four and ironically my Book structure followed by exact thought process in opens with the September Eleventh Victims Compensation Fund and then connects that thread over to the civil courts in which it was constrained by and then later to talk about criminal courts regulatory agencies in the for profit companies. Okay thank you. We'll get to that in a minute. Let's just go over some of the theory and application so before we get to another examples you provide. What in theory is intent is intended in placing monetary value on a life. Well it really depends on the purpose so I almost have a carve back and say you know as we look at. What is the purpose and perspective of the calculation? The valuable life plays a different role. But usually you have situations where you have limited resources and you're trying to allocate them in what would be deemed an optimal matter and what is optimal becomes almost a philosophical question. But if you're trying to let's say save the most lives you would make one choice. The most life years different choice The most quality adjusted life years a different choice. If we're talking about health if we're talking about doing this from the point of view of a for profit company they're trying to maximize their profits and they're worried about. What is the cost associated with making a product safer and the benefits in terms of? What would they have in terms of reduced regulatory fines losses in civil courts and damage to brant? Kay thank you. So let's get into the calculation. There are variables typically considered in attempting to sum total. You discuss formerly. What's charmed the concept of the of a statistical life so what are typically some of these variables that go into calculating Value on a life. So let me let me describe that value of statistical a little bit more because Some people may not be as familiar with it. This is a calculation that was developed by economists in a few different ways In some cases they look at people stated preferences doing surveys and asking people how much risk are they willing to take on for an additional amount of money. That's one way to do it. other calculations look at wages. They looked at people who are working riskier professions. And how much more would they get paid or looking at how much someone was willing to pay in real world dollars to reduce their risk by buying safety products so with all these different methods the result? Is that the regulatory agencies all use the same number for all lives. Call it roughly ten million dollars. There's a little variation by regulatory agency but it's a very large number and what the regulatory agencies would do is if they're considering for example a new regulation for less arsenic allowed in the water or less pollutants in the air then. They would look at the costs that implies to society usually Companies we have to pay more in order to keep the water cleaner or maybe it's the local municipality and in the benefits in terms of how many lives are saved how much less morbidity and to convert the lives saved two dollars they would use this value of statistical life. So that's where it appears usually in the conversation regulatory agencies and it's a large number large in the sense that far more than people would typically earn in a lifetime so in some senses it's a numerator denominator in that it's its value over costs for example So the way it's estimated is a dollar per risk. That's really how they come up with this value of statistical life It's it's it's not really an individual base but it's really very much about how much someone would pay to avoid. Let's say an extra one in ten thousand risk of dying of cancer for example you and it's all applied using from a regulatory perspective so they're looking at societies costs not individual costs right. Okay okay thank you. Let's get into a couple of examples that are arrested and you mentioned courses of Victims Compensation Fund relative to nine eleven. I thought this was a fascinating conversation So this was explained. Explain to me how why this came about. And then how is our? Our dollar amounts calculated four to pay families of those who died on nine eleven. Absolutely so this is It's an a unique situation. So there had been previous terrorist attacks in the United States and certainly a horrendous amount to murders in which the government did not set aside a fund but for September eleventh. A large pool of money was set. Aside and can the Feinberg was assigned as the special administrator of the fun he was giving some restrictions he was told he must consider economic impacts when he makes offers families and if the families of the victims accepted an offer they would receive money by also simultaneously signing a contract agreeing to not sue the airlines and other entities so he did have freedom he could create a calculation and he had a formula yet a in which the minimum value of life was two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. And it's important to note that in civil court there is no minimum so this is saying that he asserted because he he felt that it was necessary. That families would be offered something no matter how old the person was or what they were earning. He also incremented based on salary but he capped the salaries. He said no matter what you are earning. I'm only going to assume you. Earned a Max of a little over two hundred thousand a year and by capping it he. He also asserted something. Which is that. He wasn't going to allow for astronomical ratios. He added some extra factors. Like the number of dependents. A person hat. The net result is the range of payouts. To the families of the victims was from two hundred and fifty thousand to over seven million. That's a thirty times range of course heading up. Those caps in place had he not restricted the maximum income and had he not put a minimum value. It would have been massively more salary alone in the United States already. Minimum wage will only yield you about fifteen thousand a year while there are executives of some of the largest companies in America. Earning hundreds of millions of dollars so this was the calculation. Now it's important to note that it wasn't really loved by the public. It was actually quite controversial only a few years. After he completed he himself said that given the opportunity he would have paid the families of the victims the same amount of money and he said it would have been easier to implement it would have been fairer and it would have been more accepted by the public fast forward to the Boston Marathon bombing of just a few years ago. There was a victim compensation fund this time. It was private money. Some no constraints were placed on In this case again Kenneth Feinberg so he was administering that fund as well and in that case he did exactly what he said he thought was appropriate. He paid the families of the victims. The same amount regardless of age regardless of what they were earning regardless of any factors.

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New York - Amid Pandemic, MTA Takes New Steps to Remove Homeless From Subways

Q

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

New York - Amid Pandemic, MTA Takes New Steps to Remove Homeless From Subways

"Under pressure from governor Cuomo the MTA is taking new steps to clean the subways and remove people experiencing homelessness W. NYC Steven Nissen reports the transit agency is changing its rules of conduct so that no one will be allowed to stay on the train once it goes out of service the MTA is also sending the NYPD and social workers to stations to help people find a place to stay interim president of New York City transit Sarah Feinberg our customers should not have to board a car that's been used as a shelter our central workers on the front lines of this pandemic should not have their commutes adding to the stressed adding to their stress during this time the MTA has been disinfecting all trains every seventy two hours in cleaning stations every twenty four hours but says it'll come up with a plan to do even more cleaning at the governor's

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New York - Cuomo asks MTA to disinfect subway trains daily

All Things Considered

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

New York - Cuomo asks MTA to disinfect subway trains daily

"Under pressure from governor Cuomo the MTA is taking new steps to clean the subways and remove people experiencing homelessness W. N. Y. C.'s Steven Nelson reports the transit agency is changing its rules of conduct so that no one will be allowed to stay on the train once it goes out of service the MTA is also sending the NYPD and social workers to stations to help people find a place to stay interim president of New York City transit Sarah Feinberg our customers should not have to board a car that's been used as a shelter our central workers on the front lines of this pandemic should not have their commutes adding to the stressed adding to their stress during this time the MTA has been disinfecting all trains every seventy two hours in cleaning stations every twenty four hours well it says it'll come up with a plan to do even more cleaning at the governor's

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Ashley Feinberg: Politicians' Worst Online Nightmare

Reply All

06:58 min | 3 years ago

Ashley Feinberg: Politicians' Worst Online Nightmare

"Week? I spoke to this reporter whose articles. I've really enjoyed her. Name's Ashley Feinberg. She writes it slate and I think it's safe to say that like politicians live in a low level. Fear of her. What is your do you have a beat? I mean yes but like it's this is the part of the problem. Is that question like I? The easy answers Internet culture and politics. But it's really just sort of anything I think is like bad or funny or weird. My favorite thing about Ashley is her ability to catch politicians in what are basically they're most unguarded moments on the internet and it's not like she's using hacking tools or any kind of specialized technology to do this. She's just really good at finding embarrassing secrets that are sort of hidden in plain sight. It's it feels like kind of like a superpower to me but it does pissing people off. There's some chorus of how dare you invade this person's privacy and this journalism. This is digging through garbage law which like the Internet is garbage so like it is digging through that capacity but anything you can find out about a powerful public person should be public knowledge. Ashley's first major political catch was in two thousand seventeen when then. Fbi James Comey gave a speech where he said that he had a secret instagram account. I have an instagram account with nine followers. Nobody's getting then they're all immediate and then one daughter serious boyfriend and let him in because they're serious enough and so actually just like. Hey thanks for all the clues that might help me find your hidden account. I'M GONNA go try and find it now. Okay so the first thing she did was go on Instagram and start looking at James Comey's relatives but most of those accounts were private. And it's really hard to get any information from a private account right. Luckily for Ashley. The way that the instagram algorithm worked at that time was if you attempted to follow someone who had a private account. Instagram would be like. Hey I see that you tried to follow this person. Let me recommend to you a bunch of people that they follow God. It's like you're following like if somebody like you and your wife it'd be like you should probably follow their kids. Alright so actually. Requests to follow James Comey son and then instagram immediately recommends a bunch of other accounts mostly people with the last name. Komi but there's one account that recommends which has no profile picture. The account is locked. It has the name reinhold. Niebuhr Ashley was like. That's a weird name. And she looked it up. And apparently James Comey did his thesis on this theologian named Reinhold. Niebuhr so then she's like okay. I'm pretty sure this is James Comey but then she starts wondering like I wonder if this is using him anywhere else and then. I searched on twitter for that same name. And they're like three or four counts that use that username but only one of them. That was fading tons and tons of tweets about FBI engine coming long after she published the article. James Comey actually confirmed that the account was his which was very gratifying. For Ashley. The interesting thing and that was just the FBI Director. Tatton performed like upset well enough to cover his tracks on twitter. I mean how long did it take you a couple of days? I think it's been like four hours to like four hours to find the head of the F. B. I. S. Secret Twitter Account Going on just the follower count and who he follows that's impressive. Yeah meeting that challenge very satisfying so it was a pretty big deal when she found Komi secret accounts but the downside was like he wasn't tweeting anything. His instagram was private. But Ashley's next catch was a little more rewarding when it happened so Mitt Romney was the subject of an article by McKay coppins rates for the Atlantic. Oh actually I actually saw this actually catch. This is really good. So this catch started with this McKay coppins article that basically said like Mitt Romney is now sort of like. He's like a bit of a rebel because he stands up to the trump administration and is willing to sort of speak his mind but and I read the article. I remember and I was just like fine. Yeah Fine McKay great article but actually noticed something really valuable in that article that everybody else missed so at one point in the story Romney tells McKay coppins just as an aside. I have a secret twitter account quote. I won't give you the name of it on following six hundred sixty eight people. Why do they always do this? Swiping at his tablet he recited some of the accounts he follows including journalists late night comedians and athletes and of course to actually this is all gold is like all valuable information. Those things seem like very obvious challenges to me when I read them partially shocked. That McKay coppins wasn't basically following up with a barrage of questions to Romney about what that account was in. How what he used avoid basically so again she was like well. I'M GONNA go look through Mitt Romney's family because probably Mitt Romney's following family members on twitter and his eldest granddaughter was being followed by an account that had it followed about seven hundred people. Yeah and you may remember this. The the name was Pierre delicto. Why Pierre delectable the thing is i. it sounds very much like a Mitt. Romney would choose as a fake name and one thing bunch people said or mentioned was that when he was doing his missionary work he was in France and appeared electro just sort of like a semi French way of saying pure delight and the thing about peer. Directo is that he actually spends most of his time defending Mitt Romney like there. Was this incident where Jennifer Rubin who? Who's an opinion writer for the Washington Post criticized Romney on twitter and wrote quote inside Romney's trump's strategy his strategy is non-confrontation verging on spinelessness? Npr's elected responded Jennifer. He need to take a breath. Maybe you can then acknowledged that people who agree with you in large measure even if not in every measure. I mean. What's funny about this as even though you can tell that he's annoyed at being called spineless And even though he can say whatever he wants because it's an anonymous account he's still kind of like premium proper her cursing yeah and so actually reaches out to. Romney gets no response and so she goes to publish the article. That was a little worried about that one just because I know it seemed like I had two good luck so far that I was like sure that this one's GonNa be wrong But Yeah in pretty quickly afterwards Mckay apparently called up Romney and asked him if it was him and Romney's only comment was same wa Wa is a genuinely cool response to like. It's very depressing to come from like Mitt Romney for

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The Hazards of Making Movies About Real People

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:19 min | 3 years ago

The Hazards of Making Movies About Real People

"The I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as many of the Hollywood reporter and Matt has come up. Many times in Hollywood does what it loves to do which is to make make movies and particularly awards season movies based on real people that controversy follows and we're seeing more or less at the same moment to different controversies sees. One of them involves Clint Eastwood's new movie Richard Jewel. which according to the Hollywood reporter's awards reporter Scott Feinberg up ends the Academy Me Awards race? It's it's GonNa be very very popular. He thinks with hatemi members in numerous categories. I'm assuming that probably includes picture but in this movie Richard Jewel. Joel this is about the security guard who tried to warn about the Olympic Park bombing back in Nineteen ninety-six a real event. He is portrayed in this movie. Of course he. He was excused of having been involved with the bombing. He was completely innocent and his life was M- very damaged by this. But I'll tell you what life is being damaged now day day in this movie have character a woman reporter who Allegedly in the movie sleeps with a source with an FBI source to get a story about about this and this person this real life person whose name is used. Kathy scruggs is dead and cannot speak up. I mean this is an outrageous thing to accuse as a reporter of that is a firing offense as you know if you were to get wind of one of your people at the Hollywood reporter sleeping with the source to get stuff and I will tell you in my life there. There have been occasional offers. But that's not something that real reporters do and the editor of the Atlanta Journal Constitution where this person worked is objecting to this and I will just now. This is a Clint Eastwood movie. Clint Eastwood is clearly very conservative. Possibly part of the trump you know the reporters play reporters are fake news world and I honestly Kinda Hope. This becomes the controversy. Because I think it's outrageous. Well it's also part and parcel of the film this. This is an indictment according to the reviews that have come out of both the FBI and the media and how they handled this situation with Richard Jewel. And I don't I don't think anyone is saying that this was the finest moment for either of those institution absolutely not but it does cross the line there to suggest that a reporter did something like this and it's also a trope like you've seen this in other things with sally field. I'll never forget it. I was like well. Paul Newman hard to resist about. We don't do this right and even more recently. If you look at the character in house of cards played by Kate Mara her relationship with Kevin Spacey. Right if you look even Amy Schumer in trainwreck. I mean that was. She was sleeping with the subject of her story. So this is like a trope that comes back and and I am not what a female journalist but I see how deeply offensive this is And also not necessary like you. Don't need it's Lizzie. And let me just turn quickly to this apple premier. You know apple is trying to plunge into this world. It's been a bumpy ride. We've talked about. They have this movie. The banker they were going to have a premier they cancelled it. Why did they cancel it because the son of the subject and the stories about a black man who this is a real story again of who recruited a white man to front for his financial business sixty years ago before the Civil Rights Act? This is a real story. But they have been using this guy. Son is the sky named Bernard Garrett Junior to promote the movie and IT Turns Out Bernard Garrett has a couple of half sisters who say that this guy had sexually molested them for years ears and this has now blown up. It's a different kind of hazard. Apple acquired this film. But when you don't vet things carefully this hazard that can happen. Yeah that's an interesting question because apple bought this movie after it was already made and neither apple nor the filmmakers knew about this controversy until about a week peak before the premiere and obviously the allegations are very specifically time. But now they've got to figure out what to do with this movie. That has this. Explosive allegation dropped their wives. Yeah I mean I just saved. Proceed with caution when you're doing true real life stories and I think it's a cheap out to Take on someone who's dead and can't speak up. Thank you thank

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Pittsburgh marks one year since Tree of Life Synagogue massacre

Morning Edition

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Pittsburgh marks one year since Tree of Life Synagogue massacre

"Yesterday at Pittsburgh's tree of life synagogue eleven candles were lit to remember the eleven Jewish worshippers who were killed there a year ago Lucy Perkins of member station W. ESA attended the memorial the list of those who died is long choice Feinberg Richard dot freed rose Melander every Rabinowitz sees so Wilson for if it was simple Bernice Simon sylvan Simon Dan Stein no wax of younger one year ago rabbi Jeffrey Meyers was leading Saturday morning services when a gunman entered his sanctuary and opened fire full moon noble we on Sunday evening Myers recited a prayer for the souls of the disease many of whom were his own congregants Conor and all in all relatives remember those they lost rose mailing starter talked in a video remembrance about how her mother loved to dance when she was young her and her friends used to crash weddings just to go and dance every wedding bar mitzvah whatever she was out there on the dance floor she was leading dances she just loved to dance the shooting was the worst anti semitic attack on American soil in U. S. history three congregations share the synagogue new light your head dasha entry of life rabbi Jonathan Pearlman of new light offered a prayer for healing people in attendance were quiet still until Perlman made this request I would like the governments to this year federal and state government to finally take action on gun control which they promised Fuhrman asked residents to care for and protect each other not despite religious differences but because of them we want to create friendship in this city and I am hopeful but that will happen and that this incident last year is a trigger to us to get moving we need to light a candle of hope he said and sincerely believe in that for NPR news I Lucy Perkins in Pittsburgh

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Conway, Donald Trump And Ireland discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Conway, Donald Trump And Ireland discussed on The Young Turks

"Conway held a press conference where she addressed donald trump's racism of course not calling the racist but essentially defending him and during the reporters questioning here's what happened is not ooh what's your ethnicity not because i'm asking a question my ancestors are from ireland in italy i know it is because you're asking about he said originally you said originally from so she was speaking to andrew feinberg and if you couldn't hear his response he essentially lee said i don't know what my ethnicity has anything

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