35 Burst results for "First Announcement"

Musk says granting 'amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Musk says granting 'amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts

"New Twitter owner Elon Musk says he's granting Amnesty for suspended accounts. I Norman hall. Online safety experts say Twitter owner Elon Musk's decision to allow suspended accounts to return will spur a rise in harassment hate speech in misinformation. The billionaire's announcement came after he asked in a poll posted on his timeline to vote on reinstatements for accounts that have not broken the law are engaged in egregious spam. The yes vote was 72%, but such online polls are anything but scientific and can be easily influenced by bots in the months since Musk took over Twitter groups that monitored the platform for racist anti semitic and other toxic speech say it's been on the rise. On Norman hall

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UN rights body deplores Iran crackdown, establishes probe

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 5 d ago

UN rights body deplores Iran crackdown, establishes probe

"The UN Human Rights Council has voted to condemn the bloody crackdown on protests in Iran and to set up an investigation into the alleged abuses. The resolution put forward by both Germany and Iceland was backed by 25 nations, Germany's foreign minister and Elena said regime that uses this power to violate the rights of its own people is violating the values of our United Nations. The protests were triggered by the death more than two months ago of 22 year old Mars amini, while in the custody of the morality police for violating a strictly enforced Islamic dress code, Iran's representative at the meeting, Karim, said her death was being investigated by Iranian authorities before the west started to meddle into Iran's internal affairs. Before the formal announcement of the probe analysis, the biased and hasty reaction are the number of western authorities and their interventions in internal affairs of Iran turned the peaceful assemblies into riots and violence. I'm Karen Chammas

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The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

Finance Magnates

03:56 min | 5 d ago

The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

"4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The FCA proposes synthetic dollar libor rate. LTP GT the UK possible to our finance magnates dot com's financial conduct authority target quite blank what it caught foresee 8 5 8 5 41 5 zero four four four 8 two one four 8 C 5 5 F 7 one CB two 8 6 one class quarter skin dairy term quote financial conduct authority FC alt tag proposed the publication of a possibility that finance magnates dot com sliver quad target quad blank white it quote 91 70 C 5 5 at four C 9 two B 5 8 6 two 6 7 6 6 two F four F 8 8 one class quarters main term quote till I be all tag settings of the U.S. dollar until the end of September 2024. Announced on Wednesday, the UK financial watchdog is promising to allow the publication of one. Three and 6 months synthetic lebor settings for the U.S. dollar LTP GT LTP GT, the latest announcement of the FCA indicates that the proposed schedule that finance magnates dot com institution out for exquisite west and Atlantis labor bank marked target quad blanquet in all publications of L IB oral tag is at the end of September, 2024 dot LTP GT LTP GT, the FCA, which oversees lebor, scraped the usage of the. Controversial lebow REITs in 2021. Though the publication of most of the lebor REITs for foreign currencies ceased on December 31st, 2021, only some U.S. dollar settings will continue until 30 June 2023 dot LTP GT LTP GT the U.S. dollar synthetic Tahrir coifs without finance magnates dot com to deliver quite target quad blanc what will I be all tank proposal came and lying with the regulatory estimate of 70 trillion of outstanding dollar libor exposures beyond June 2023. The FCA has specified that synthetic rates are that finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cost financial firms to drop synthetic Clyburn bust alternative target quad blank for use in new contractual tag, but are quote intended for use and certain legacy contracts only dotted a temporary deregulator. Came up with the apostle data capables lebor sittings last year in November as a temporary measure. Initially allowed only for Sterling and yen, the synthetic lebor sittings are calculated using a forward looking term version of the relevant risk free rate sun you for Sterling and ton of free yin dot LTP GT LTP GT the three synthetic yen lebor settings will cease at the end of 2022, while the one and 6 month will die ref cops will doubt finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cat a permanently ceased synthetic Sterling Liberum March 2023 quote target called blank world synthetic Sterling lebor settings attack will cease in March. 2023, the three months sitting for synthetic Sterling libor will be allowed until March 2024 settings are only a bridge to appropriate alternative risk free rates, not a permanent solution. As such, market participants should continue to prioritize active transition and focus on converting their legacy contracts to risk free rates as soon as possible, quote the regulator stated dot LTP GT LTP GT the London interbank offered rate lebor was once the most important number in the financial services industry. It measures the cost of unsecured borrowing between banks. However, the reputation of lebor was tainted by the manipulation of its REITs by several banks. Many traders were charged and penalized for their role in this mass Forex market rigging dot LTP GT. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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Shiba Inu and Travala Launch an Exclusive Offer for SHIB Users 

The Crypto Basic

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Shiba Inu and Travala Launch an Exclusive Offer for SHIB Users 

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Shiba Inu and travala launch an exclusive offer for S HIB users, Shiba Inu has partnered with cryptocurrency friendly travel website, tiara valad dot com on an exclusive special deal. According to an announcement, the partners have launched an offer for Shiba Inu enthusiasts to get a free 25 travel credit when they create an account on the cryptocurrency friendly travel website. The free 25 travel credit can be used to book. The post Shiba Inu and travala launch an exclusive offer for SHI B users first appeared on the crypto basic

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Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 6 d ago

Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse

"Step back a bit because again, second biggest fund at the Democrat cause is 44 million, but that's just a drop in the ocean of all the other things he was involved with and along with his brother and everything else. The announcement of the collapse was delayed because of the midterms clearly. But why did this collapse? To me, it seems as if this is a classic Ponzi scheme. This is like the bird he made off. It was a sham. It was a scam. And at some point, not only was he taking funds out from his investors accounts to pay for himself, he was robbing Peter to pay Paul. So at some point, this just became a complete House of Cards, did it not Natalie? No, I think you're totally right and that it was a scam from the get go. And I think, you know, I'm not necessarily an economics expert, but I think when you look at it through the lens of the lack of regulation and the political side of it, I think that coming from the hill coming from The White House, there wasn't really any sense of fear from the FTX side of things that they were going to be held accountable or penalized for their actions and frankly, I think maybe that's why they were donating. So heavily to these candidates in the first place, sort of trying to buy immunity and keep in mind it wasn't just that they were donating to Democrats too if you go through The Washington Post as a chart of the largest donors throughout this midterm election cycle and a guy by the name of, I believe it's Ryan salami or Salim, but he was another FTX high ranking executive, but he was also donating. I believe the number was about $9 million. To Kevin McCarthy and some of his affiliated packs back in McCarthy packs. So again, I think when you see kind of going after both sides of the aisle, to me, it sort of seems like they were trying to buy immunity

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Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Kim Jong Un reveals his daughter to the world

"North Korea has unveiled the little known daughter of its leader Kim Jong-un who attended a missile launch with her father and mother North Korea's state media released photos of Kim alongside his daughter watching a soaring missile from a distance Other photos showed her with her hair pulled back wearing a white coat and a pair of red shoes as she walked hand in hand with her father by a huge missile the photos and announcement mark the first time the Norse state media has mentioned Kim's daughter the move has drawn keen attention on a fourth generation member

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Ramsdale hoping team makes up for World Cup beer ban

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Ramsdale hoping team makes up for World Cup beer ban

"The sale of alcohol is heavily restricted in the conservative Muslim country The announcement comes just days before the World Cup starts Federico ferraz is from Portugal The culture is different and of course we're going to respect the culture here but they also have to respect football fans for different American soccer fan Adolf Abu Hana is not as concerned When I hit a drink beer we had to watch the soccer game We're here to watch the world class soccer We can get it anywhere in the world We can get beer everywhere Beer will be available in the evenings in what is known as the FIFA fan festival a designated party area away from the stadiums Beer sponsor Budweiser tweeted well this is awkward The tweet was later deleted I'm Ed Donahue

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Caller: Donald Trump Wants to Lead Once More, Opening Paths for Others

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:20 min | Last week

Caller: Donald Trump Wants to Lead Once More, Opening Paths for Others

"For taking my call. Welcome back. What do you do in this world? How do you put those in my mind about the employees and their brands? Former president Trump is I think that for any announcement for local president, I think what he was doing, he was letting his fan base say, listen, it's going to be hey, for the next two years, so you see what they're going to try to be doing. And then I'm going to be there and 2024 to get it right. Again, one more time before I hand it off to somebody else. That was my comment on that. That's what's going to happen. He signed his fanbase in some of the independents and people like that. Wait a minute. This is not lying. Look what they're doing. I mean, you're kind of a story. And now, you know, I will be back in two years and getting over maybe four more years and trying to help some of it, you know? Leap, Lee, I think there's something to that. But again, there's a lot of ground between now and then appreciate the call. More than 700 days away from the election.

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Mayor Elect Karen Bass Lays Out Plan for Homeless

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | Last week

Mayor Elect Karen Bass Lays Out Plan for Homeless

"So what was it you told me, what is her statement that I wanted to analyze? Yeah. Karen Bess said something. Bummer. I got so taken in the back. Not taking aback. I got so preoccupied with explaining a liberal. I have difference. I will get back to Karen Bass, the new man. Oh, yes. Yes, she has announced you didn't tell me this. She has announced that we can't just house the homeless in non affluent areas. Did you hear that announcement? No. So when she starts forcing Beverly Hills, while Beverly Hills is not Los Angeles, okay? So encino or Pacific palisades. Or give me more rich areas, Brentwood, in LA. Bel Air, sure, well, Sherman oaks is wealthy. All right, great. All right, so that's the valley. She starts putting homeless into those neighborhoods. People who voted for her, the rich voted for her. It will be very interesting for sociologists to analyze the reaction of these people.

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The Left Has a Game Here...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:38 min | Last week

The Left Has a Game Here...

"Thought we'd start by talking about, well, the Trump announcement, some of the kind of one way skirmishing that's gone on between Trump and desantis. And of course, the left egging all of that on, and then finally also Mike Pence kind of weighing in now, I have a couple of initial thoughts I want to put on the table and then see what honeys have you react to them. The first one is I think that the left is they have a game here. They hate Trump. And they hate the SanDisk. But they realized if we can kind of use desantis as a truncheon to beat up Trump, he's the guy we are really afraid of. But if we can somehow knock him out with desantis, then the fight between them that we will encourage will be bruising enough that desantis himself will be wounded. And we're going to end up with our ideal nominee, Mike Pence. Or somebody of that ilk. In other words, kind of someone who's more someone is just more placid, more kind of a nonentity, not threatening, certainly not threatening to the left. Someone at the left goes we can easily beat this guy if by some miracle he beat us, we have nothing to worry about. We would be able to police this guy almost like a dog on a leash. So I think this is what the left is going for with Trump and descent. And they want to fight. Guess who else is on this bandwagon? Fox News. A Murdoch. Right. They actually announced that they are going to support desantis and not Trump.

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Who Should Donald Trump Pick As a Running Mate?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | Last week

Who Should Donald Trump Pick As a Running Mate?

"Heard you were at Mar-a-Lago for president Trump's big announcement on Tuesday. What are your thoughts? What are your thoughts, especially who do you think he will or should pick for his VP running mate this time around? Well, I have to say watching him yesterday only confirmed to me that this nomination is his. And anyone, including Rick desantis, foolish enough. Did I say Rick desantis? Ron. Yeah. I can't believe I said that. Ron DeSantis. Anybody foolish enough to challenge him? I think we'll get crushed. We'll get bruised and could end their political career. I don't say that as a threat. I think that's a reality. I think if you have wisdom, you know that so many people in this country aren't just behind Trump, but love Trump for where he brought us as a nation, I mean, to have three Supreme Court Justices confirmed to overturn roe V wade to have us energy independent to have the economy booming. I mean, of course he made mistakes, but generally speaking, it was he really is owed, I think, our fidelity for this season in the GOP. So I think if desantis is smart, he would make a deal before anything to be the VP nomination or at least try to get that. But I think loyalty to Trump is going to be very big. And I think it's easy to talk, but I honestly think that at the end of the day, anybody who goes up against him would be sorry, in a sense, I think that they have to be very careful because I just think so many people are so loyal to him. And rightfully. So at Mar-a-Lago, I was reminded as he spoke of just in a sense of how he gave so many people hope at a time that there was little hope and I really think to be able to get out of the ditch in which we find ourselves and to go back to what things were like before COVID, but I honestly think he's the guy and you know maybe desantis maybe Carrie Lake, but it'll be very interesting.

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Trump Attorney Alina Habba on Trump's New Campaign Announcement

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | Last week

Trump Attorney Alina Habba on Trump's New Campaign Announcement

"Now is alena haba, who is the attorney for president Donald Trump, lots to ask her about. Welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, how are you? Very good. Thank you. So the president announced for his third time for his second term to try to get his second term back, I guess I could say. What does this change legally? It's been such a topic of the mainstream media with all the investigations, what does this change if anything? Obviously not much. I know that there's speculation that it will change the optics of the DoJ or the FBI in terms of putting in any additional investigations or bringing any charges. But I think that that's a very dated thought. I think that the DoJ and the FBI that we're seeing these days don't really care. Especially when it relates to Trump. So I honestly nothing. I know that it makes it politically charged that appearance if they do bring something, but that doesn't really matter. I can tell you, you know, all of my cases are still going and are very active and there's been absolutely no change in directions since you announced.

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Finally, Great News for Mayor Giuliani and Victoria Toensing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | Last week

Finally, Great News for Mayor Giuliani and Victoria Toensing

"Jennifer, Victoria town Singh, welcome back to mark the first one on one. Oh, it's always great to be back here. Need to be with you. Why was anybody surprised at president Trump made that announcement? Before yesterday. I mean, people were asking me, is he going to is he yeah, he's going to. Of course. You guys would have surprised, right? No, no, not at all. All right, let's start with some very, very good news that we managed to preview yesterday before you're right. You got some very good. Well, you didn't receive good news indirectly you found out about some good news concerning you in America's mayor. So please share. My lawyers got a letter that the case was over. It was oh, good. So tell us what happened to you and how it all fell apart for Biden's DoJ. Yeah, let me give you a quick background. In 2019, Rudy Giuliani called me and said, I'd like you to represent the prosecutor general, which is like the equivalent of attorney general. Of Ukraine because he's coming to me for representation. I have conflict. I represent Trump, but would you please do it? Because he wants to provide evidence of Biden, family corruption in Ukraine, and also Victor shoken, who Biden got fired because he was investigating burisma and Hunter Biden. That absolutely infamous moment, that video whereby he says. I'm going to hold back this $1 billion credit loan from America unless you fire Victor shokin and then Biden says son of a gun. He fired him. So so clever. So they were coming to say Biden's corrupt. And at that time, Rudy and I didn't think Biden would run because of all of this stuff that we had. And then representation never came through because there were threats and we were going to go to Ukraine to talk with them and the U.S. ambassador. Yovanovitch said she wouldn't protect us if we came. And so forth. So the U.S. ambassador said you're on your own. Right. And there's threats against you. The same U.S. ambassador, by the way, I'm sorry. That's the fight. We're going down rabbit warrens already, but the same use ambassador who we found out illegally tasked the State Department to monitor the social media council. And including my account, John Cena. John Solomon, Donald Trump Jr.'s because I guess that's what the State Department does monitor U.S. citizens. So what did that all develop into? So I didn't think anything more of it. They representation never came through. And I continued with my life. And so you can imagine my surprise. In April of 2021, when Merrick Garland and Chris ray sent the FBI to my house, our

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Caller: 'The Five' Made No Mention of Trump's 2024 Bid

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last week

Caller: 'The Five' Made No Mention of Trump's 2024 Bid

"I think I did. I think that they never mentioned the fact that Trump made his announcement to run. Not one word, Cindy. Not one. Now, you know what that is? That's intentional. That wasn't an accident. That's intentional. No, I know. And I thought, well, it must be because they're in Florida and they didn't want to ruffle anybody's feathers because I wanted to see how many people in the audience were cheer when they said he announced his candidacy. They are, I'm telling you, I would have never dreamed I would have said that about people I like, people who are friends, a network I watch, now they're the swamp. Now they're every bit in the tank against Trump. Trump's speech is all anybody in their audience wanted to talk about. If you're right, if you probably tuned it on to see what the audience, how they were going to react, what they would be saying, what they didn't say a word. It's the equivalent of the New York Post, also a Rupert Murdoch owned entity. The cover of the New York Post yesterday morning, they didn't cover it a little ribbon at the bottom. And you know what it said? Florida man, the man management, Florida man makes announcement. Did you see that?

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This Has Happened Before - Trump Is Electable

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

This Has Happened Before - Trump Is Electable

"It's hard to say, we even on our show between, you know, a lot of our regulars have different differing views on what this is this a real campaign. I mean, clearly, he's told people he thinks this will help him avoid indictment. But does it matter if it's a real campaign? It's no less a threat to our existence as a democracy. His first campaign was not a real campaign, and yet he became president. So we need to take this seriously and we need to make Republicans own it. I think they're likely to nominate him. How old that thought is that time in the morning when I'm having them. So you guys talk about yourself. I'll be right back. We were on a good hi, Carl. Hey. So that empty chair across from you with Stephanie's and she's not there right now. So let's keep going. Keep going with your point. I mean, you have to you have to worry. You can not expect that because the American people are soured on Trump and that his numbers are even worse than when he left office. That he is not electable. He is electable. He's been elected before. Yeah. And, you know, by that stretch, he starts with a leg up on desantis. He does. We were talking yesterday at home, you know, everyone's coming out LOL Donald Trump's announcement LOL, but they did this. The same thing happened. The first time he ran. Exactly. And they got in line. You know, Ivanka says, oh, I'm not having anything to do with daddy's campaign until dice campaign takes off and is doing well. And then she'll be in there because she wants her patents in China. Yeah. I'm sure we'll get the articles talking about how she and Jared are writing the ship. Yeah, it's not a given that he's gonna face plant. Who, Trump. Trump, yeah. What did I miss the first time? See, now bob suska doesn't have to think it's just him. I made extra strong coffee for the guy that owns the show. Upstairs. That's your excuse. Anyway, I think it was all my conversations about how Trump could win again. Well, that's it. Yeah, that gets everything moving down there. Does that really what you said? No. I got to go back down. I know it does have the feeling of an acid flashback, like we all laughed the first time and we all were like, oh, this can't. I said I left a lot. And he certainly has a shot at winning the Republican nomination. And after that, 50 50. That says so much about the state of this Republican Party.

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Why Eric Thought Trump's Announcement Was 'Moving and Heartbreaking'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | Last week

Why Eric Thought Trump's Announcement Was 'Moving and Heartbreaking'

"Takeaway, I just have to say this, I hope you can hear me over the PA here in the airport. Yeah. The takeaway for me last night, it was moving in heartbreaking. And I'll say, why? Because to see Trump paint the picture of hope of restoring America of restoring our economy, all those things. And considering what we've been through in the last two years, there was something heartbreaking about it, not because I don't believe we can get back there. I do believe Trump will get the number combination easily, frankly. And all of this, the nattering nay bobs of negative ism thinking it's desantis time. I think that's a lot of nonsense. Frankly, and I think it'll be pretty quickly. But the point is that just the idea that a moment ago before COVID, where we were, the trade deals he had made around the country, the idea that we were energy independent. I mean, on and on and on and on. The idea that these things were cheap so quickly and then undone as quickly and that we are now in this slough of despond to quote John bunyan's great work. Pilgrim's progress. We're in a slough of despond. We are just in a tremendous ditch. I think Trump referred to as he says, first we got to get out of this ditch. But it was, in some ways, a little mind-blowing to be there listening to him talking about bringing us back to where we were before all this happened and so on and so forth. I found it quite moving, frankly.

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Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?

"President making the announcement there at beautiful Mar-a-Lago. I mean, the place was packed and very enthusiastic crowd. No doubt there are a lot of people that are not very happy about the president's decision, and we're going to get into that in just a little while. But I'm curious to hear from you. The president last night a delivering a speech. Look, I thought it was a fine speech. The question is, was it effective? I thought the president's tone, the president's tenor, was spot on. I thought he was very measured. And how he delivered the speech he was on point. He did not stray. He didn't chase it. He squirrels. And as near as I can tell, the only people he offended were people on the left. So that is a good thing. There are many people that are questioning the they're calling it the lack of enthusiasm. They're saying the speech was boring. I don't know that it was necessarily boring. It was just long. Well over an hour last night, the networks, let's see here. CNN and I don't know if this was a breaking news or a miracle, but CNN actually broadcast the speech. They dipped out about I had a low 45 minutes or so into it. Fox News carried the speech, but they dipped out of it. And then dipped back in, newsmax, I believe, is the only network that carried the speech cover to cover. From genesis to revelation as they say. So newsmax, I thought did a terrific job with their coverage, and by that, I mean, they just let the president speak. You know, there was no commentary until after the speech was over. But MSD and C did not cover the speech at all. They were, they decided to take a pass and they were in regular programming, as was Fox

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Ivanka Trump Does Not 'Plan to Be Involved in Politics'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | Last week

Ivanka Trump Does Not 'Plan to Be Involved in Politics'

"I'm continuing my discussion of Trump's big announcement, but I also want in this segment to broaden the discussion to look at sort of a post mortem of what happened in the recent midterms. Now, a couple of details with regard to Trump, the first thing is I saw a very interesting statement by Ivanka Trump, basically saying I'm stepping away from politics. Now she didn't clearly say that she was doing this along with her husband, Jared Kushner. She says, quote, I'm choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating. And so I think what she's trying to say is that I'm not going to be appearing on campaign rallies with my dad. And I'm also going to stay away if Trump is reelected from the Trump administration. And to the degree that she means herself and her husband, Jared Kushner, I think this is a good thing for them, but it's also a very good thing for Trump. It's a good thing for Trump because it's always complicated where when you have a close family that are anchored in a position of great authority and power and trust in The White House. Everybody else doesn't know how to navigate with regard to them. Of course, they are trusted. But on the other hand, they're not necessarily experienced now Jared Kushner in some ways did bring some experience. He was very well connected in the Middle East. And his impact, I think in some ways was positive because he helped a broker important deals, the move of the embassy to Jerusalem, the Abraham accords where Arab countries made a pact with Israel that would have seemed unimaginable. In fact, people like John Kerry said it's ridiculous. You can't get this kind of agreement without the Palestinians and Trump sort of made it look easy. So I'm not implying that Jared Kushner didn't do anything, but I also think that what happens very often for a business guy like Kushner is he tends to look at The White House as a way of kind of making connections.

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"first announcement" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:31 min | 7 months ago

"first announcement" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That's going to be huge. I think it's coming up was a right around there. But by the way, Erickson, I know the stories now linking Ericsson to a return to spurs. Nobody knows what happened the last time Conte and Eric's unless they know something we don't. Exactly. Defeating Valencia and penalties, but Jules, we have to celebrate our boy Joaquin. Joaquin, who obviously won this competition, 17 years ago, four bettis, I even had to cut his wedding in the church. And then he won it again for Valencia. 40 one is still 40. 41. To win it again, it's not clear if he's going to continue or not. We see you. I mean, I think we all want him to. He's got already deals sorted out to be a panda anywhere and it would be a great pandemic. His penalty was shocking in the penalty shootout, but still went in somehow. And what a fairytale. All right, fine. I think what I love. People forget this. Mocking is 51 caps from Spain. I think his last cap was like more than a decade ago. So he's somebody who was put to inside and I think part of it is because he doesn't look like a modern winger. In the sense that he's chunky for a winger. Is that a even when he was younger? But he was not an athlete. He wasn't one of those like power wingers. You actually feel like FICO could obviously have the skill and everything. But you could also power past you just through strength. He doesn't necessarily have that. He just has a lot of skill. He's the kind of winger you pass the ball to him. He slows it down foot on it. It does a trick delivers across. And you know, the side of the game exists, but you can not. Very happy for that. Exactly. And for am I right? Of course for Pellegrini as well. Now finished up for. Exactly. Let's see. With ten minutes to go on Sunday, Napoli were beating embodied tuna and still in the title race, of course. And then in 7 minutes, the three all the way Gabby, this was unbelievable. They lost three two. Three goals. How? In 7 minutes, the first one could finish in Liam Henderson. The second one, Alex Garrett, the mistake before the Liam and the finish. The ball in his path. Yeah, that's your boy Kevin McCullough, by the way, who came on weirdly at halftime kids on all devices. I've been doing okay. Then Alex morett channeling his inner Zach Stefan. And then the third one, it's been a Monte. It's really, really bad. And you know, people are blaming spalletti because people are supposed to say, I'm going to title races, like about a month ago, but like they said, you know, they said, oh, are you the title race? You know, normally we say, oh, we take it one day, they got a time, we'll see. And he says, no, no, no. We want to wait. I love it, honestly. He's like, I'm not young anymore. Who knows how many more chance I'll get to win. We want to win. I learned the wheels come off like this and they played really well earlier. The reaction typical. De Laurentiis chaos. First announcement is like, okay, everybody's going to go in. Boot camp, or you can't leave the hotel except the train and play. Yes. And it's, of course, was a player revolt at the time. And it's going to be a permanent one is going to continue until the players contracts finishes or until I deem otherwise. Now, this morning there was an official release in the club saying, no, we're going to have bonding Sessions. We're going to have dinners together. We're going to spend time together, get in the right time frame. I think clearly there's been other players revolt there. It's a shame. It's a shame for all they're not bully fans who they're so passionate about the team. I really thought they played some great fortune. They lost a lot of space. Yeah, they dropped 5 home defeats. That's what cost them. This is it. Let's talk women's champions in semifinals. Leon beat Paris Saint-Germain three two and it promises to be finally pulleys return leg. The other time not so much as Barcelona's smash Wolfsburg 5 one. I mean bassa was just incredible. Really, really, really incredible. They are as good as you would watch in the men's game too. It is so fantastic. Everything they do is just incredible. And then the PhD game, which obviously was a French Derby, amazing some mistakes made. Do you remember obviously the Kira Amari story? Well, there's another story. She had a fight with a teammate, a training, the day before the game, on Friday, two days before the game, where she insulted that her teammates, sandy Baltimore, and then didn't turn up when the coach left Paris to go to Leon. It's just crazy guy. It is crazy. Crazy. So I'm glad in the web PSG only losing three two away is not a bad resort and then they can go a Paris in a great atmosphere to try to get to the final. To be fair, neither of those teams right now can be bossing up anyway. But going to the final would be great for PhD, especially after this in them. We should get Kiara on Gavin Jules meets because it sounds like there's a lot of stories to tell. She hides. As we know it on your rudiger, he's a fridge in the summer and to her. Said I doesn't blame Rudy for not saying I chase you because now we know that rudiger is going to leave. But to josette at the sanction of the club prevented them from putting up more of a fight to keep him. Before you give you answer, this is not. I don't believe that this is not true. My answer very simply is, I think this is more evidence. It took us not in a great place right now. I don't understand what you're saying here, right? So you're saying he made a personal decision to leave, which to me says, not about the money. Oh, but if it wasn't for the sanctions, we'd have more money that we could throw at him. But if he's made his personal decision to leave, it doesn't matter if you're going to pay him 50 million a year, right? What are you trying to say here? If you just want to say, look, he's leaving personal decision, move on. Leave the sanctions out of it. If it's a personal decision. Yeah. If it's about the money, then sure this anxious come into it. I don't understand his message and understand what he's doing. But you don't believe what, because the first offers that they made to rudiger and his brother, before the sanctions before the war in Ukraine, we're not good enough. He's maybe you'll play over this season. He's been one of your best persons to hold arrived and you make him an offer way below what you should be making him with the status that he has and why he's provided for the team since January..

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"first announcement" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Beyond!

"And hello everyone, my name is Jonathan dorm bush, and this is the first podcast beyond of 2022. I almost said the year wrong because that's how I deal with years, but it's the first one of 2022 and do you hear that? Do you hear that sound? There's actual PlayStation news from this week that we get to discuss on this show in a timely manner. I don't even know how to handle this to be honest. I'm just really excited. We're gonna spend 70 minutes talking about how excited I am and then two minutes on the actual news. No, we should get to the stuff that we do have to talk about this week. So before we get to that though, I am joined by Janet Griffin. Hello, hello. Hello, glad to have you back happy new year. Happy new year to you too. We're also joined by Mark Medina, Mark. Happy new year to you as well. 70 minutes. 5 minutes. I've been on break for two hours two weeks and come back in the first, I can't even talk, you want me to talk for 70 minutes, dormant? 70. I was told this would be a 17 minute episode. So I've been lied to. Also, I nowhere near as a motive is Tom. I need to get it going. It's Wednesday morning. The first ones is it the first ones day of the new year? I don't know. Anyway, of course, we are also joined this week by Tom marks. Hello. It's been so long. But for some reason, Jonathan, it feels like yesterday. Isn't that how time works these days? I mean, you and I see each other, you know, all the time. Outside of work. We just stared at each other off show. But no, we do. We do have a lot to talk about this week. We are going to take a little bit of a wider look at what PlayStation has coming up in 2022 because it's going to be a very busy year, but PlayStation decided to drop big news on us some, I think, unsurprising news in terms of a little bit of a reveal there. But some actual news at CES this week from PlayStation and Sony. And that's of course the uncharted movie clip that we got to see in full. Nope. That's not it. That was that wasn't it? That's not it. That's what I was excited. Oh, you're right, it was the PlayStation VR too. That was it. They did do that. That happened as well. Yeah, the next generation PlayStation VR headset, which they have been calling it for 6 months. Has been named, and it is called PlayStation VR two. We do have some details about its specs that we're going to dig into and we also got the first announcement of a first party game, which is actually a collaboration between two studios application PlayStation, but before we get there, just really quickly around the horn. Anyone surprises copy SVR two? No. That's exactly what they kind of did with the consoles. They kept saying it was like the next gen console and then finally they were like, here's an Instagram post. It's called the PS5 and everyone's like, it's kind of the same with this. I've been calling it PSVR two since PSVR one came out. Not surprising at all. Yeah. Yeah, I really appreciate the the pomp and circumstance Sony puts behind its names that are then like the simplest possible names they can pick. It's admirable in a way I did not anticipate. Yeah, no, I'm fine with this. I don't need fancy weird names changing every time. This is fine. Yeah. Yeah, no, I agree. And I think the fanfare of doing these events and this is the big thing. And it's very simple, but it's a big thing. Regardless. Regardless of the name. Yeah, it's the same way in which this was going back to our quick discussion of time not making sense. The last one of the last in studio episodes of beyond was when they announced the name of the PS5 at CES, which was that big thing as you were saying, Mark, most people found out via like an Instagram post that it was called the PS5, but it was they came out on stage where their console is called the PlayStation 5, and that was it. And we spun up 45 minutes discussion out of that, I think. But let's do it again. Luckily this time, back then, we only had a name, but this time we actually do get some specs and some details about it. The first thing that I do want to mention is something that they had said they were going to do in the past, but I think is worth just taking a second to appreciate. There is only going to be a single chord to get this headset to your PS5 to your PSVR headset. That is, like, I love the PSVR, but the reason I have not pulled that thing out despite being at home for the last two years straight is because I don't want to have to deal with that nest of cables. Yeah. It's a nightmare. It's time for Mark price tag. Whatever the new price tag is at single cable is worth it on its own. Time for time for Mark to be a downer. That's one chord too many, guys. One chord too many. I thought you were going to be like pro multiple course. No, no, no. So over Christmas, I got the Oculus quest too. What a machine that is. Zero chords, and even if you want to hook it up to your computer, airlink, which is amazing. So when I saw a single cord, I'm like, but at the same time, they're going for a visual fidelity that's incredibly high. So we'll accept it. The forgiving thing will be if it's just if it's like the quest two and it's just a single USB-C cable that I can get the 30 foot version of the super good. USB Type-C and the other nice thing about it being a USB Type-C is there's a USB-C port on the front of the system, right? So it's not even just like single cable. It's like you don't even have to go to the back of the system when it is just going to be a really nice low quality of life thing. Yeah, that'd be awesome. For me though, it is actually going to hurt my quality of life because I have a expanded drive on the hooked into my using that USB-C port.

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"first announcement" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"first announcement" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"The moment Candace Parker announced her commitment to the lady vols. November 11th, 2003, which happens to be the first women's commitment shown live on ESPN. So the first time that that took place, like the first announcement type of thing on the women's front, all eyes were on the Naperville central high school phenomenon. Two time Illinois state champion. She made an immediate impact, Tennessee, winning SEC rookie of the year and becoming the first woman to dunk in an NCAA tournament game. That was against army just as a couple of famous ones against you. The army dunk was pretty cool. So check that one out. She then went on to average a double double in her sophomore year winning SEC player of the year and leading the 36 and two lady balls to a national championship. Though, the current NCAA season had yet to begin at the time of the lottery the vols, who were taking on a returning Parker along with standouts, Shannon Bobbitt, Nicki and a CK and all time UT steals leader Alexis hornbuckle. These are names you're going to be hearing a lot in the coming several minutes. It seems pretty inevitable that they would take home repeat hardware, or the year had started. And Parker would be the blockbuster headliner for the subsequent WNBA draft. Keeping in mind she hadn't declared for the draft yet, it's just, it seemed like that was the case. Right. But the energy of the lottery was this could happen, right? And so borrowing this unforeseen circumstance if she declares like she's expected to, this lottery had very much become quote the Candice Parker sweepstakes. Every few years in basketball, a draft lottery has a much different tone to it because it's a lottery. It's design Williamson lottery. It's the Asia Williston lottery. Like we all know what's at stake who's going as opposed to having the top pick which is always nice. There is actually like a standard golden goose at stake and we'd sure like to have that. And that was his prevalent here as it might have ever been in WNBA history. I mean, you had Sue, you had DT. You had a couple examples of that up to now. But one thing that almost goes unspoken, few players, especially on the women's side of the ball, had this much hype. Leading to it. At this point, Candace Parker and I think this ties to what you talked about earlier Kyle with the narrative of when the comet story happened, we were kids. We were seniors in high school around the time this was happening. I remember, Candace was a celebrity at Tennessee. I mean, she was alone. She was doing Sheldon Williams. She I think she got on people's hundred most beautiful people list, and that took on a bunch of buzz. But she was a very well known entity. She was shoes and name you knew. Going back even prior to that, I remember it had to be like maybe, I don't know, 8th grade. Maybe freshman year for me when I swear I remember watching on TV.

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"first announcement" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"That provides personal professional and financial satisfaction. Welcome to another episode of the thriving. Dennis show i'm gary tax your podcast co host We have a great episode for you today. I think you're going to find this very practical. The episode is titled how to use focus time in a thriving practice how to use focus time in a thriving practice. Hey before we get to that episode a couple of announcements to make the first announcement that i have is coming up in a matter of a couple of weeks from the time this episode airs. We have a masterclass scheduled the masterclasses titled the two point. Five million dollar practice model. That masterclass again is titled the two point. Five million dollar practice model. That's on september. Twenty ninth from seven to ten. Pm eastern time. You get three hours of ce credits. That master class was developed as requests from many of our followers many of our listeners. And we have done a podcast episode about it and they wanted more information so we decided to develop a masterclass around this. It's all about on a two point. Five million dollar practice that May just be a great blueprint for you to follow as you develop your own practice. If you're interested come join us. Go driving dentist dot com forward slash masterclass now even though this is a virtual course you attended virtually we do limit attendance So that we can run it more like a workshop than lecture So they do sell out.

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"first announcement" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"11th 2000 and one Why did it happen? Why wasn't it prevented? I'm not here to reprieves any of that today. I'm here to relive the broadcast that I hosted 20 years ago here in Chicago, enormous fireball that must have Been 300 ft. Across was visible immediately, Um, secondary explosion, I think and then plumes of smoke. I must be. There must have been a three block. Cloud of white smoke. We started seeing reports from the T V monitors of a plane that had struck one of the towers at the World Trade Center. It was also a beautiful Tuesday morning here in Chicago. I was on the air at a country music station US. Sunday nine. Double the USN at that time of CBS station and I was part of an ensemble cast, including Trish Beyond. Oh, Brandt Miller, the NBC five meteorologist, Monica to Santos was our news anchor. Christina Filiaggi was our traffic anchor, and Michaela was our producer. When we made our first announcement already. There you are. Sunday nine. Chicago's country station, a band Lone star, 7 58. We have breaking news out of New York City here. We're watching it on the monitors in the studio, apparently a plane. Has crashed into.

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"first announcement" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on What's Good Games

"I see you know. It looks like the action looks really fun. Some of the platforming looked great. I like the dark atmospheric post-apocalyptic vibes of it. She has nice flowing black hair. And we're clearly not getting bayonet anytime soon so this is probably going to be how we're gonna have to fix sure she doesn't higher reminded me of like a a cross between bain at a dmc and final fantasy. It's like i told john. While i was watching this i was like reminds me of delta cry with a final fantasy aesthetic with these big over the top bosses where you're kind of like juggling in the air and then you have the kind of more anime art style of final fantasy. It's really interesting. I normally this game wouldn't be my jam. But i really loved my time with the more modern combat mechanics a final fantasy seven remake. So consider me considering interested. I will yeah alright continuing on. We saved the best for last everybody by the last. I mean the first announcement that happened at the playstation showcase which really come on wasn't much of an announcement nights of the old republic remake is coming for playstation five. So we have heard whispers that this game has been being worked on. I believe we got something announced about it back into what twenty thirteen or so how long time ago let me just double. Check my facts here. So i'm not completely talking out my ass this one but i think it's interesting that they made a note to say being developed for playstation five. What do you think that that means like trixie marketing. Talk in trixie marketing. Because they you the platform haulers love to do this shit. They love to be like it's coming for xbox one or xbox series x and then it secretly also coming to like switch or or playstation. But they don't make it seem like that's the case. Do think for this game is going to also be coming to other platforms. Do you think that you know by wearing a are like in with sony and this is here we go. It will be coming to playstation five as a console exclusive at launch alongside at pc release with other consoles possibly to be revealed at a later date. Okay what's slightly exclusively. Sure how long because a lot of people were getting their panties bunched up online after the. Ps five reveal was made people be like this better recovery pc. Yeah i played it on a pc to play it the pc. I'm not like likes peniston. Xbox back in the day. I liked it. Whatever it was sakes anyway. I also plays my friends. Don't don't get yeah. I mean this is nothing for me but i know it does things for auto yeah. That's what i'm saying like. I know you. You played the mo right yes so. I've tried playing core but it was only on the backwards compatible kind of shift that you could do with your xbox and It didn't work very well. I like salad would cut out and it wasn't which wasn't like the best experience so i only played think i actually played like ten hours of it. I just. I'm not like drawn to it anymore because it's just feels kind of old and like it's not working the way that i want it to work so i'm very excited to actually be able to experience this game with an updated visual and updated. They've really all. They've confirmed as updated visual but still like whatever they're doing it. I will be very happy to play this version. And kind of get the experience of yeah and i think once i see more game player. More what it's about. I think i'll probably be hooked on it with a fallen order. Jennif- law and order right. That was the last one Yeah same sort of thing. It's like the insomniac games. It's like the other sour games i usually have at the time. It was so you all share. There's banging making you bang. I wonder if they'll bring back on the voice actors. That would be cool because the guy what are the guys who plays he's name was carson nikki Cayden oh same voice actor. Oh okay cool. Yeah raff he'll be in this one to me clear but that's the original. It was hey. I'm into it in to it. Yeah so i can't find an exact year. for wendy's. Rumors began have been circulated just circulating for a long time. So that's that's the that's the most should happen. This should happen. This should happen. Twenty twenty one said here you go. Somebody pulled some money out of a hat somewhere. I think the internet wants this thing. So for sure jennifer hale is returning. That's the only confirmation science. That's great excellent wonderful. Well that was quite a few announcements from the playstation showcase and. I'm glad that we got cool. Things to look forward to. Sony always bringing the goods. I was hoping to see a little bit. More of horizon forbid west but we did get a gameplay trailer for that not too long ago and hopefully we'll get to see an extended game play reveal or maybe sony will ask us to come play the game ahead when it's out you know sony if you're listening and you need people to play test horizon we'll make ourselves available around. I don't mind you tr- yeah. I think that was kind of an interesting thing is there is a lot of potential for this and i think i think it was a great showcase but you know final fantasy sixteen. There's the whole blue point acquisition rumor. There's the infamous rumor like rumors. Yes but i think that was what was fun about. This is the height for this thing was very very high and for the most part i think it delivered. And it's always fun when there's different possibilities like. Where's the naughty dog online multiplayer game. When's that come in. Who knows who could say. Clearly sony still have so much more up their sleeves so they could announce another showcase for next week. And we'd still be very very excited about it but please don't. You're not wrong. Britney you're not. There are still rumors. Swirl wears yeah well why don't we talk about some video games than does that sound eighteen you into video games. I was going to add the alan. Wake remastered news to the list this week but we already covered that so sure did. We're good to go there. This episode of whiskey games is brought to you by fixture s. one. Us may remember me talking about the fixture one last year when it first came out in how much it changed my experience plane with the nintendo switch pro controller. What's amazing about the fixture as one that allows you to use your nintendo switch pro controller with your switch in very ergonomically comfortable position..

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"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But once contingency plans from the D O D, he says, the longer the US days the more threat of terrorist attacks G seven through Boris Johnson, saying it stands by the U. S, but wants to ensure that all who need to get out. Do get out. Report out of Singapore today. The 62 migrant workers are tested positive for Covid. We're all Fully vaccinated, mild symptoms or a symptomatic Hawaii's governor, David Iggy, asking tourists to cancel plans and stay away us as a whole. Still experiencing increasing cases, seven day average up 12%. New York governor Kathy Hogle says she intends school vaccination and mask mandates. Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy is strongly recommending pregnant women get vaccinated, and the CDC is saying the effectiveness of Covid 19 vaccines among frontline workers declined to 66% after the delta variant became dominant in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg. All right, Brian. All right. Thanks very much. Ed 10 minutes here before the top of the hour. It's time for the media review. Airbnb says it will give temporary free housing to 20,000 Afghan refugees. The company says it's working with resettlement agencies for this The cost of the accommodations will be covered by money from Airbnb and from its chief executive, Brian Chesky, also from the Airbnb dot org refugee fund. Local Hong Kong media. A new law in Hong Kong will give authorities the power to revoke already approved films on national security grounds. Film censors were ordered in June two band movies that are deemed to support or glorify acts that could endanger national security. And this proposed film censorship bill will send out the requirement explicitly to provide clear statutory backing. And here's an opinion piece, which is pretty interesting in the SCMP checking here says why yellow and blue Hong Kong are both to blame for the city's identity crisis. And he says there's growing risk that the behaviour local society will increasingly resemble that of the mainland as Beijing's influence becomes pervasive. Hong Kong politics are often described here as a contest between the blue and the yellow camps. On the blue side. There are the conservative pro establishment people, Many of them are disillusioned by the West because of what they see as bias against China. On the other side is the Hong Kong and those are people who identify with what they perceived to be Western values. Some of them still have an emotional bond with the U. K. The territories heritage as a British colony, and he writes here, the situation is all wrong dug into their trenches. Both sides missing the key point about this place. Hong Kong needs to refresh its own system to make it more sustainable and avoid having Beijing intervene further in its affairs, And that's a look at the media now eight minutes before the top of the hour. Russia Alright, Well, joining us now is Vincent Signorelli. Bloomberg MicroStrategy, just discussing the market news of the day and Vincent what was the dominant theme? Yeah. Well, I think the dominant team has to be Afghanistan today. That's what's on everybody's mind is how this is going to play out what the geopolitical risk is, and secondary is a little bit of a positive hint. We had coming from once again. Better corporate armies so There wasn't any real virus news to squash risk today. Um, so the positive corporate earnings kind of gave us a lift, and the market's really just put Afghanistan in the rear view mirror that remains to be seen if it can stay there, especially after by items speech today about Essentially leaving people behind. But, you know, we're taking this one day at a time. So I've heard some people citing you know these cases falling in some of the previous hot spots for the virus, but that does seem a little nebulous. But one thing you have to say Vince's is the FDA approval for the Pfizer vaccine. It kind of gives covered companies now to actually demand People get vaccinated, and I think some investors see that as the next big step. No, it definitely was a big boost A lot of companies. In fact, I would say probably a majority of companies were looking for that coverage. Just as you say. To basically mandate their employees get a vaccine because once Essentially, once you have a drug or vaccine that's improved by the FDA. It takes away a substantial amount of your argument as to perhaps both the efficacy and, um you know whether or not the drug is dangerous of sorts. You know, you have to believe if the FDA approves it. It's gone through the rigorous testing, even though it was, you know it was jump started very quickly, and a lot of companies are definitely going to do that. I would expect almost every company to do that. At some point. It gives the CEOs in such a great deal of cover for both for both. Getting people back to work and for the potential liability is getting people back to work. Because you can put it on the FDA. You're not taking it yourself. I've got just mull a little bit about. You know, if you did interest you to policy of no job, no job, whether there'll be any legal recourse, but I'm not gonna go there. Um, Vincent, What about the earnings season? You know, looking at best buy, for instance. I mean, it doesn't have the right signals as far as the U. S consumer goes. Yeah, No, it definitely does. I mean the consumers still spending Maybe not at the at the pace that people had expected. You know, The last numbers we saw did drop off a little bit. Um, but but it's still going strong. And you know what the future holds is obviously going to be seen, And clearly, investors just go optimistic. What we You know, we have this infrastructure bill that looks like it's going to go through and we're going to need some kind of fiscal support to cover for the fiscal support that's dropping off with the four parents, the mortgages and rents and the extra unemployment and such. So there needs to be a little bit of a balance. If that falls through, that might go through as a negative because the markets might see the big fiscal push just falling away. I'm not discounting the importance of the earnings, but I mean, you have to say the earnings have been really good all the way through the season. Uh, yeah, True that just here. It's true that just here of late we've had a growth scare. So You know, it does help a lot. But for me, the JD dot com earnings were a pretty good reminder that even though these regulations are sort of on steroids in China Actual business on the ground for a lot of these companies is pretty solid. Yeah, And we saw the Chinese Tech companies rallying strong this morning at the opening in the states, Um, even with as you mentioned restrictions being put down and even the SEC pushing back again today, um and that really got that really got his jump started in the US this morning scene. Seeing companies that were beaten down or thought to be beaten down, Um, pick up and then the rest of the risk rally kind of followed in commodities, You know when you see oil and iron ore futures rally You get the confidence that the risk rally has some legs and between the two that really brought us that really characters, the ones But, Vince, you know, if you think about it, you know you had the meme stocks going crazy. Today is another example of how there's so much liquidity and it's kind of causing a few crazy things to happen. As you look forward. I'm really interested in your view on this, Um the liquidity is now in the financial economy more than it is the real economy. At some point that's going to change. How are investors looking at that repositioning this needed I think they're beginning to talk them into talk themselves into the fact that the initial taper is going to be mortgage backed securities. And when you see the runaway housing market here in the states You may see a new jerk selloff with the first announcement of paper and I wouldn't be surprised to see that, but if it's only MBS and Treasuries, it's going to be a defying opportunity because people are going to see a housing market that doesn't need to be supported. And the Fed is probably doing the right thing by taking that away. It's going to come the next iteration when they start to taper Treasuries. One. If we get the signal in which we should get, which is tapering of Treasurys does not equate to raising interest rates. They're two separate things. Market could take some solace from that as well. But I would expect we get the initial. I'll go sell off the knee jerk reaction. But then in a short period of time after you know, it may take a couple of days, but I think we'd see the market bounce back again. Alright, Vince. Thanks very much for joining us. Always a pleasure. Vincent Signorelli here. Bloomberg, Macro strategist with us live.

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"first announcement" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is definitely the next person who brings up the electric thing and you know then environment when it comes to cryptocurrency. This is what they're getting their face. Chiampou kalpa and the story patty. Yeah if you want environmentally friendly way to resolve electricity issue you can start mining with who it apparently is true. Now when i pulled this article up some folks were saying things like is this a real website and you know it is a scottish website. And there've been a couple of other articles published about this. This is actually from june night. Have been sitting on this one for some time. where berry is in scotland scotland. Where they talk like sean connery. An englishman with a scottish action. now he's actually scottish. I believe but he played a russian man and a submarine and such was his most famous film. Apparently bitcoin mining often comes at the expense of using huge amounts of electricity something elon. Musk expressed grave concerns about as he announced. Tesla would no longer be accepting. The flagship cryptocurrencies payment despite gleefully announcing it would only days earlier and he's also co gone back on that now going well i guess i guess we'll take it again. He talks to the crypto. Minors hit had a conversation with the crypto. Minors all of them yeah. There's he didn't talk to me. I do a bit of mining from time. To time of crypto. it was just. That's how matt was like a saying that he phrased like he. He talked to the crypto. Minors or the crypto viner's like like making a subset of crypt minors. That are the crypto. Not all the crypto. The ones like they're more important than others. Have to look the exact. It's all right. it's not important. Off crypto currency markets rocketed at the first announcement with bitcoin hitting the all time high above sixty two thousand dollars. Us however the u-turn subsequent museum added tweets that followed where after cause a serious dip. That's bitcoins value have stripped back the price of all major coins. They're attributing far too much to mr. Musk and his tweets. The device apparently measures a mere seventy centimeters by thirty five centimeters by forty centimeters. Josh machines are designed to mind other digital currencies like raven coin in theory and use less energy. The firm's mining rigs have so far averaged approximately thirty thousand dollars each. That's in pounds in annual profits over a three year period with the bulk of these gains made in twenty twenty one as digital currencies. One institutional acceptance. So he's doing well with these particular. These actually will mind. You'll actually make money off them. According to this article. I wonder i wonder how efficient these machines are compared to like you know. I wonder if he ships internationally right. Rest josh i just shipped my pants. Josh who was among delegates in an e. u. summit on crypto last year says the company has been experiencing huge growth in sales among the uk's agricultural community as farmers tap in to on site renewable energy one greenside hosts forty mining computers which run twenty four seven. The site is powered using anaerobic digestion..

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"first announcement" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Yes is the thriving. Dentist show with gary tax where we help you develop your ideal dental practice. One that provides personal professional and financial satisfaction. Welcome to another episode of the thriving. Dennis show i'm gary tax your podcast co host We have an awesome episode ahead for you. It's titled the five most important lessons. I've learned since owning a dental practice before we get into that episode a couple of announcements first announcement coming up in july. We have our next. Nba thriving dentist workshop. It's three nights. Three consecutive evenings tuesday wednesday and thursday evening july twenty seventh twenty eighth and twenty ninth three hours and evening. You'll get nine hours of continuing education and it's all about the ten elements of a thriving practice and through that nba workshop. Oh go through in detail. Each one of these elements part of that workshop also covers in detail the.

"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We've got the story behind the national inquires failed attempt to get the best of Jeff Bezos. It's from an exclusive excerpt in a new book that's coming out next week. But there is a sneak peek in this edition of Bloomberg Business Week. It is a good one reading the except I just want more plus Andy Radcliffe, the CEO at Wealthfront. On the launch of some new products in the robo adviser. We're talking fintech disruption first up this hour Silicon Valley once again in the news this week, it involved the beginning of a court case and one that's considered to be one of the biggest threats to Apple in years. It's a trial that pits the makers of the iPhone and fortnight against one another, And it's in the current issue of Bloomberg Business Week magazine. We got more from Business Week Editor Joe Weber and Bloomberg News Technology reporter Mark German. The battle could be a new video game I'm thinking or, like serious are Syria's Listen up, everyone. Let's go back to 2011, about a month after Tim Cook became CEO taking over for Steve Jobs In his first announcement, it was time to announce the iPhone for us. This was at the height of the beginning of the APS. Or this is the top of the apple versus Google rivalry and the big new feature besides Syria for the iPhone for us that year was this more powerful processor? Focused on gaming. So what better developer to have on stage to prove why you should buy the iPhone for us? Tim Cook's first product well at the games, they came on stage to show their new game Infinity Blade to to show the power of both the APP store. And that new processor and now today, obviously, circumstances between the two companies are much much different. Mark. Where did things go? South, Who started to go south around 17 4018 at the beginning of a fortnight fortnight was this new key game coming from ethic, It quickly became extraordinarily popular. Epic was really minting cash from this game, and they were making close to potentially a billion dollars a year or they project that they would be a billion dollars a year from the APP store. On fortnight. And when you're making that kind of money, you're starting to give apple commissions well north of potentially 2 to $300 million a year now, Epic is a big company. But even for a company the size of apples having to pay out of pocket $300 billion Sorry $300 million before attack. Further for that income. That's pretty significant, and that's really where the relationship began to rupture. Mark who's got the tougher case here to prove For sure, Epic. I think this is an uphill battle for ethic. Um, not because of you know my opinion or because of what consumers might believe be because of legal paperwork and signatures. You know, I learned very early on Contracts. Important signatures are important and your opinion of how horrible apple might be in this situation. If you have signatures on paper if it's a legal document in the eyes of the court. Right in the eyes of this judge doesn't really matter, you know, for all intensive purposes. Is Apple, probably charging developers too much? Yes. Is Apple probably going a little too far by requiring people to use its payment system and walking alternative sources? Yes, the more open platform like android. Well, still preserving privacy and a good user experience would be wonderful, But all that is not really relevant for this particular case. I still think, though, that Apple will have to make some changes to really appease developers and users alike into the future. You know, what are you going to be watching for? In this case? Obviously there's gonna be the outcome. But along the way, there might be some other Things that we'll catch everyone's attention. What could some of those end up looking like so actually have been going through some of the filings that different discovery and pieces of evidence and one that I'm actually working on a story right now about is that Phil Schiller, who now runs the APP store and was previously Apple's marketing chief, before some hiring about a year ago? Instead. Emails Eddie to who was head of the APP store 10 years ago in 2011, sort of floating the idea of needing to reduce the APP store commission Now this was in 2011. If they wanted. They were talking about reducing the mission from 30% because they were getting super part profitable. Well, Apple didn't really make any real change to the commission structure until a few months ago in stating a 15% reduction for developers who generate under a million and running. Which, of course, as we all know, it's not relevant ethics because they don't make under a million a year you make built over a billion year, potentially right. So what are the repercussions if Apple ends up winning this because it's not just epic that once just Apple to take a smaller cut and wants more freedom to do what they want to do within the APP store and on their own APS? Who else would would benefit if if Apple ends up losing this case? Yes, that's the Apple ends up losing the kids. In this case, you're going to see the floodgates open. You're gonna see Spotify wanting a very similar deal, too Ethnic. You'll probably see that motion for that nearly immediately. Other Vic developers generate That kind of money. You know, Netflix quantified Pandora all these big players. They would be using Apple's payment system for sure, because it's so much better user experience if they didn't have to give that commission to Apple. So that's really what all the big guns want. They want the ability to use You know, a built in payment network without giving Apple of commission with Apple wins the lawsuit. You're gonna see a lot of developers up in arms that you might be, you know, a stronger regulatory push from, you know, antitrust officials. I really think that even if Apple You know when this war, right? There's so much more to come. I know. Exact Get ready is Tim Cook could testify. Should we anticipate that at all, Mark? You should. Yeah. Tim Cook is likely to testify. That is our guru For all things Apple, Mark German and a business we get into Joe Weber really interesting to see Carol. All of this play out in court is Apple's dominance gets put to the test and number of his wide ranging implications that go beyond Epic. The maker of fortnight could affect companies like Spotify and even smaller APS. Yeah, and really the first test of apples dominance when it comes to their own app store. You're listening to Bloomberg Business week coming up..

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"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Behind the national inquires failed attempt to get the best of Jeff Bezos. It's from an exclusive excerpt in a new book that's coming out next week. But there is a sneak peek in this edition of Bloomberg Business Week. It is a good One reading the except I just want more plus Andy Radcliffe, the CEO of Wealthfront on the launch of some new products in the robo adviser. We're talking Fintech disruption. First up this hour Silicon Valley once again in the news this week, it involved the beginning of a court case and one that's considered to be one of the biggest threats to Apple in years. It's a trial that pits the makers of the iPhone and fortnight against one another, And it's in the current issue of Bloomberg Business Week magazine. We got more from Business Week Editor Joe Weber and Bloomberg News Technology reporter Mark German. The battle could be a new video game I'm thinking or, like a serious are serious. Listen up, everyone. Let's go back to 2011, about a month after Tim Cook became CEO taking over for Steve Jobs In his first announcement, it was time to announce the iPhone for us. This was at the height of the beginning of the APS. Or this was at the top of the apple versus Google rivalry and the big new feature besides Syria for the iPhone for us that year was this more powerful processor? Focused on gaming. So what better developer to have on stage to prove why you should buy the iPhone for us? Tim Cook's first product well at the games, he came on stage to show their new game Infinity Blade to to show the power of both the APP store. And that new processor and now today, obviously, circumstances between the two companies are much, much different. Mark, Where did things go South? So you started to go south around 17 4018 at the beginning of a fortnight fortnight was this new key game coming from epic, It quickly became extraordinarily popular. Epic was really minting cash from this game, and they were making close to potentially a billion dollars a year or they project that they would be a billion dollars a year from from the APP store. On fortnight. And when you're making that kind of money, you're starting to give apple commissions well north of potentially 2 to $300 million a year. Now ethic is a big company. But even for a company the size of apples having to pay out of pocket $300 billion Sorry, $300 million before tax. Further for that income. That's pretty significant, and that's really where the relationship began to rupture. Mark who's got the tougher case here to prove For sure, Epic. I think this is an uphill battle for ethic. Um, not because of you know my opinion or because of what consumers might believe, because of legal paperwork and signatures. You know, I learned very early on Contracts and portraying signatures are important and your opinion of how horrible apple might be in this situation. If you have signatures on paper if it's a legal document in the eyes of the court. Right in the eyes of this judge doesn't really matter, you know, for all intensive purposes. Is Apple, probably charging developers too much? Yes. Is Apple probably going a little too far by requiring people to use its payment system and walking alternative sources? Yes, the more open platform like Andrew Well, still preserving privacy and a good user experience would be wonderful, but all that is not really relevant for this particular case. I still think, though, that Apple will have to make some changes to really appease developers and users alike into the future. You know, what are you going to be watching for? In this case? Obviously there's gonna be the outcome. But along the way, there might be some other Things that we'll catch everyone's attention. What could some of those end up looking like so actually have been going through some of the filings that different discovery and pieces of evidence and one that I'm actually working on a story, right? Not about is that Phil Schiller, who now runs the APP store, and was previously Apple's marketing chief, before so tiring about a year ago. Instead. Emails Eddie to who was head of the APP store 10 years ago in 2011, sort of floating the idea of needing to reduce the APP store commission Now this was in 2011. If they wanted. They were talking about reducing its mission from 30% because they were getting super part profitable. Well, Apple didn't really make any real change to the commission structure until a few months ago in stating a 15% reduction for developers who generate under a million and running. Which, of course, as we all know, it's not relevant ethics because they don't make under a million a year you make built over a billion years, potentially right. So what are the repercussions if Apple ends up winning this because it's not just epic that once just Apple to take a smaller cut and wants more freedom to do what they want to do within the APP store and on their own APS? Who else would would benefit if if Apple ends up losing this case? Yes, After Apple ends up losing the kids in this case, you're going to see the floodgates open. You're gonna be Spotify wanting a very similar deal, too Ethnic. You'll probably see that motion for that nearly immediately. Other Vic developers generate That kind of money. You know, Netflix Spotify Pandora all these big players. They would be using Apple's payment system for sure, because it's so much better user experience if they didn't have to give that commission to Apple. So that's really what all the big guns wants. They want the ability to use You know, a built in payment network without giving Apple of commission with Apple wins the lawsuit. You're going to see a lot of developers up in arms that you might be, you know, a stronger regulatory push from, you know, antitrust officials. I really think that even if Apple You know when this war, right? There's so much more to come. I know. Exact. Get ready is Tim Cook? I testify. Should we anticipate that at all, Mark? You should. Yeah. Tim Cook is likely to testify. That is our guru for all things. Apple, Mark German and a business week editor Joe Weber. Really interesting to see Carol. All of this play out in court is Apple's dominance gets put to the test and number of his wide ranging implications that go beyond Epic. The maker of fortnight could affect companies like Spotify and even smaller APS. Yeah, I'm really the first test of apples dominance when it comes to their own app store. You're listening to Bloomberg Business week coming up..

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"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We've got the story behind the national inquires failed attempt to get the best of Jeff Bezos. It's from an exclusive excerpt in a new book that's coming out next week. But there is a sneak peek in this edition of Bloomberg Business Week. It is a good one reading the except I just want more plus Andy Radcliffe, the CEO of Wealthfront. On the launch of some new products in the robo adviser, her talking fintech disruption first up this hour Silicon Valley once again in the news this week, it involved the beginning of a court case and one that's considered to be one of the biggest threats to Apple in years. It's a trial that pits the makers of the iPhone and fortnight against one another, And it's in the current issue of Bloomberg Business Week magazine. We got more from Business Week Editor Joe Weber and Bloomberg News Technology reporter Mark German. The battle could be a new video game I'm thinking or, like a serious are Syria's listen up everyone. Let's go back to 2011, about a month after Tim Cook became CEO taking over her Steve Jobs In his first announcement, it was time to announce the iPhone for us. This was at the height of the beginning of the APS. Or this is the top of the apple versus Google rivalry and the big new feature besides Syria for the iPhone for us that year was this more powerful processor? Focused on gaming. So what better developer to have on stage to prove why you should buy the iPhone for us? Tim Cook's first product well at the games, he came on stage to show their new game Infinity Blade to to show the power of both the APP store. And that new processor and now today, obviously, circumstances between the two companies are much much different. Mark. Where did things go? South, Who started to go south around 17 4018 at the beginning of a fortnight fortnight was this new key game coming from ethic, It quickly became extraordinarily popular. Epic was really minting cash from this game, and they were making close to potentially a billion dollars a year or they project that they would be a billion dollars a year from the APP store. On fortnight. And when you're making that kind of money, you're starting to give apple commissions well north of potentially 2 to $300 million a year now, Epic is a big company. But even for a company the size of apples, I think to pay out of pocket $300 billion Sorry $300 million before attack. For that, for that income, That's pretty significant, and that's really where the relationship began to rupture. Mark who's got the tougher case here to prove For sure, Epic. I think this is an uphill battle for ethic. Not because of you know my opinion or because of what consumers might believe be because of legal paperwork and signatures. You know, I learned very early on Contracts and portraying signatures are important and your opinion of how horrible apple might be in this situation. If you have signatures on paper if it's a legal document in the eyes of the court, right in the eyes of this judge They're really matter, You know, for all intensive purposes. Is Apple, probably charging developers too much? Yes. Is Apple probably going a little too far by requiring people to use its payment system and walking alternative sources? Yes, the more open platform like android. Well, still preserving privacy and a good user experience would be wonderful, But all that is not really relevant for this particular case. I still think, though, that Apple will have to make some changes to really appease developers and users alike into the future. You know, what are you going to be watching for? In this case? Obviously there's gonna be the outcome. But along the way, there might be some other Things that we'll catch everyone's attention. What could some of those end up looking like so actually have been going through some of the filing the different discovery and pieces of evidence and one that I'm actually working on a story, right? Not about is that Phil Schiller, who now runs the absolute brand, was previously Apple's marketing chief before some hiring about a year ago. Send email to Eddie to who was head of the APP store 10 years ago in 2011, sort of floating the idea of needing to reduce the absolute commission Now this was in 2011. They wanted. They were talking about reducing its mission from 30% because they were getting super part profitable Well, Apple didn't really make any real change to the commission structure until a few months ago in stating a 15% reduction for developers who generate under a million and revenue. Which, of course, as we all know, it's not relevant ethic because they don't make under a million a year you make built over a billion years, potentially right. So what are the repercussions if Apple ends up winning this because it's not just epic that once just Apple to take a smaller cut, and once more freedom to do what they want to do within the APP store and on their own APS? Who else would would benefit if if Apple ends up losing this case? Yes, that's the apple ends up losing the kids. In this case, you're gonna see the floodgates open. You're gonna be Spotify wanting a very similar deal, too Ethnic. You'll probably see that emotion for that nearly immediately. Other big developers generate. That kind of money. You know, Netflix Spotify Pandora all these big players. They would be using Apple's payment system for sure, because it's so much better user experience if they didn't have to give that commission to apple. So That's really what all the big guns want. They want the ability to use, you know, a built in payment network without giving Apple of commission with Apple wins the lawsuit. You're gonna see a lot of developers up in arms that you might be, you know, a stronger regulatory push from, you know, antitrust officials. I really think that even if Apple You know when this war, right? There's so much more to come. E no exact Get ready. Is Tim cook gonna testify? Should we anticipate that at all, Mark? You should. Yeah. Tim Cook is likely to testify. That is our guru for all things. Apple, Mark German and a business week editor Joe Weber. Really interesting to see Carol. All of this play out in court is Apple's dominance gets put to the test and number of his wide ranging implications that go beyond Epic. The maker of fortnight could affect companies like Spotify and even smaller APS. Yeah, I'm really the first test of apples dominance when it comes to their own app store. You're listening to Bloomberg Business week coming up..

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"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We've got the story behind the national inquires failed attempt to get the best of Jeff Bezos. It's from an exclusive excerpt in a new book that's coming out next week. But there is a sneak peek in this edition of Bloomberg Business Week. It is a good one reading the except I just want more plus Andy Radcliffe, the CEO of Wealthfront. On the launch of some new products in the robo adviser for talking Fintech disruption. First up this hour Silicon Valley once again in the news this week, it involved the beginning of a court case and one that's considered to be one of the biggest threats to Apple in years. It's a trial that pits the makers of the iPhone and fortnight against one another, And it's in the current issue of Bloomberg Business Week magazine. We got more from Business Week Editor Joe Weber and Bloomberg News Technology reporter Mark Berman. The battle could be a new video game I'm thinking or, like serious are serious. Listen up, everyone. Let's go back to 2011, about a month after Tim Cook became CEO taking over for Steve Jobs In his first announcement, it was time to announce the iPhone for us. This was at the height of the beginning of the APS. Or this is the top of the apple versus Google rivalry and the big new feature besides Syria for the iPhone for us that year was this more powerful processor? Focused on gaming. So what better developer to have on stage to prove why you should buy the iPhone for us? Tim Cook's first product well at the games, he came on stage to show their new game Infinity Blade to to show the power of both the APP store. And that new processor and now today, obviously, circumstances between the two companies are much, much different. Mark, Where did things go? South? You started to go south around 17 4018 at the beginning of a fortnight fortnight was this new key game coming from ethic, it quickly became extraordinarily popular. Epic was really, you know, minting cash from this game, and they were making close to potentially a billion dollars a year or they project that they would be a billion dollars a year from from the APP store. On fortnight. And when you're making that kind of money, you're starting to give apple commissions well north of potentially 2 to $300 million a year now, Epic is a big company. But even for a company the size of apples, I think to pay out of pocket $300 billion Sorry, $300 million before tax. For that, for that income, That's pretty significant, and that's really where the relationship began to rupture. Mark who's got the tougher case here to prove For sure, Epic. I think this is an uphill battle for epic. Um, not because of you know my opinion or because of what consumers might believe, because of legal paperwork and signatures. You know, I learned very early on Contracts and portraying signatures are important and your opinion of how horrible apple might be in this situation. If you have signatures on paper if it's a legal document in the eyes of the court, right in the eyes of this judge They're really matter, You know, for all intensive purposes. Is Apple, probably charging developers too much? Yes. Is Apple probably going a little too far by requiring people to use its payment system and walking alternative sources? Yes, the more open platform like android. Well, still preserving privacy and a good user experience would be wonderful, But all that is not really relevant for this particular case. I still think that Apple will have to make some changes to really appease developers and users alike into the future. You know, what are you going to be watching for? In this case? Obviously there's gonna be the outcome. But along the way, there might be some other Things that we'll catch everyone's attention. What could some of those end up looking like, so actually have been going through some of the filings that different discovery and pieces of evidence and one that I'm actually working on a story right now, about Is that Phil Schiller, who now runs the absolute and was previously Apple's marketing chief, before some hiring about a year ago. Instead. Emails Eddie to who was head of the APP store 10 years ago in 2011, sort of floating the idea of needing to reduce the absolute commission Now this was in 2011. If they wanted. They were talking about reducing this mission from 30% because they were getting super part profitable Well, Apple didn't really make any real change to the commission structure until a few months ago in stating a 15% reduction for developers who generate under a million in revenues. Which, of course, as we all know, not relevant ethic because they don't make under a million a year you make built over a billion years, potentially right. So what are the repercussions if Apple ends up winning this because it's not just ethic that once just Apple to take a smaller cut, and once more freedom to do what they want to do within the APP store and on their own APS? Who else would would benefit if if Apple ends up losing this case? Yes, After Apple ends up losing the kids in this case, you're going to see the floodgates open. You're gonna see Spotify wanting a very similar deal, too Ethnic. You'll probably see that motion for that nearly immediately. Other Vic developers regenerate. That kind of money. You know, Netflix quantified Pandora all these big players. They would be using Apple's payment system for sure, because it's so much better user experience if they didn't have to give that commission to Apple. So that's really what all the big guns want. They want the ability to use You know, a built in payment network without giving apple of commission with Apple wins the lawsuit. You're gonna see a lot of developers up in arms that you might be, You know, a stronger regulatory push from, you know, antitrust officials. I really think that even if Apple wins this war, right, there's so much more to come. I know exact Get ready. Is Tim Cook. Gonna testify? Should we anticipate that at all, Mark? You should. Yeah. Tim Cook is likely to testify without our guru for all things. Apple, Mark German and a business week editor Joe Weber really interesting to see Carol. All this play out in court is Apple's dominance gets put to the test and number of his wide ranging implications that go beyond epic. The maker of fortnight could affect companies like Spotify and even smaller APS. Yeah, I'm really the first test of apples dominance when it comes to their own app store. You're listening to Bloomberg Business week coming up..

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"first announcement" Discussed on The JRPG Report

The JRPG Report

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on The JRPG Report

"June the twenty fourth in japan. So there's a first announcement for it First thing i can say is i. Don't know about western release for or not. Maybe i mean we got. We got louder princess in the blonde prints over here. So i don't see why not. You definitely want to check out this trailer. It's okay it's a little maybe khitish or simplistic looking But i really kinda dig it of. It's a storybook type game so Picture book rpg. They are calling it and this is a game. This game is an rpg starring. The human child you who longs to become a hero and the dragon overlord who fosters. Her is a completely new title from the planner and character designer of the liar. Princess von prints which rose to popularity with warm hand style graphics and heart rendering story of species communication. The same atmosphere players enjoyed in that game with even further evolved graphics with line. Art esque graphics. That look as charming as a picture book. Players can still can't enjoy heartwarming story born from the interspecies communication between dragon and human i. Here's the setup for the story. The world was once ruled by the dragon. Overlord who possesses great power however a brave. Young hero broaden into his rain. I do not want to take your life said the hero. So instead he cut off one of the overlords horns the surface the source of his power and let him live after. The hero went to the lonely overlord who was in who was healing solitude and spoke to him and thanks to the day spent with the hero his terrifying nature as overlord gradually grew more peaceful before he knew it he and the hero were close friends. One day the hero appeared before the road with a life threatening injury and said please raise my daughter waylay in my stead for i will die soon in his arms. He held a baby. It isn't as it is. For this moment. I was able to survive the overlord thought after the after the heroes dr was raised by the dragon king and former overlord hearing about her father's adventures from the dragon king. She's too longs to become a hero. The time has come the dragon cop. The dragon king thought he would raise the girl to become a noble hero. Lack her father even if she has to defeat him one day. I mean that's pretty pretty cool right outside of like a children's storybook you're not gonna see or hear of something like that You definitely want to check out that trailer. As i said it looks pretty cool. You know as a as a father myself. It's kind of taken off some heartstrings. So this may not be for for everyone others a bunch more information and tons of images and sketches that. Go along with this. If i some tomei throw this into a slide show. There's a lot going on here my goodness but Yes check that out a shared it. If you wanna check it out on your own before. I can get to it. But i'm kind of looking forward to this one. I really hope it makes it way to the west. There's always a chance with games like this..

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"first announcement" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Yorkers. Citi Field opens Who's a mass vaccination site batter up its Citi Field. Queens residents among those rolling up their sleeves for a covert shot, starting today also be special vaccination effort for TLC drivers their specific appointment Sensei for them. Also food service workers Mayor de Blasio announcing half the appointments are for residents, the other half for cabbies and food service workers just to Under today through Saturday until vaccine supply starts meeting demand. We need supply. We need supply to keep making these efforts go farther and farther out less stacked in Rosine E W o R News. Yes. In fact, Mayor de Blasio says they could be vaccinating three times as many people as they currently are. Governor, Cuomo says. By next week 10 Million New Yorkers are going to be chasing 300,000 vaccines, but some help is on the way. The White House increasing distribution by 5% governor continues to same or is needed in the way of supply with around 10. Million New Yorkers waiting on 300,000 available doses anyone given week. But, he adds, the supply increases are slowly adding up the first announcement, which was 16% increase, then the second announcement of 5%. So this is a third Announcement of 5%, Cuomo says Fizer and Madonna are ramping things up, but adds on Leigh Johnson and Johnson. Coming online would really change things. James Flippen w O R news beginning next week in the city, more people will be able to get the vaccine. People with underlying conditions become eligible on Monday. Well. The Senate will begin the impeachment trial of former President Trump Today. Opening arguments are set for this morning. Actually, at noon yesterday on the vote of 56 to 44, the Senate ruled it is constitutional toe hold the trial, so let's bring in NBC radio national correspondent Rory O'Neill to will tell us what we might expect today. Pretty powerful opening for the prosecution. If you want to call the prosecution yesterday with that video, Rory Say itwas and you know that was really a little off topic yesterday's four hour briefing. We're hearing. As you said, we're supposed to be about strictly the constitutionality of impeaching a former president, while those house impeachment managers instead took the opportunity really, to focus on what is it the heart of their case? All of the events of January 6 and.

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"first announcement" Discussed on Artwork from C.P.

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03:03 min | 1 year ago

"first announcement" Discussed on Artwork from C.P.

"This call is being recorded. Welcome to the work. Obse p everyone just a quick programming announcement which will lead in to actually do women announcements which will lead into. Today's sub deaths. Speak much when you're given you should be able to speak now nine. And i can't saw the first announcement is danny. All is busily working on her laptop which is blend new so be patient with her as she gets everything set up again and be patient with her today. As you guys. Here's episode. Because i saw little picture of a cell phone on so you guys know with a cell phone app and you guys know these iphone. They sometimes disc discombobulated us and not so. Just be patient with her. The second programming announcement is we have done. Yellow and i have decided that uber conference. It's going to be use in emergency cases because people you people. I know you love us but you people know how to use zoom more than you know how to use will be conference and yeah so that's why we're going to be using zoom and then i ap while app. It's not really up. It's a desktop Program called squad. Cass with you You guys will hear me interview the founder of squad cast. I think down of move that up to see you here. Why using swan cast. And then i'll save my son programming announcement to the end. And then all tell you guys. I big huge announcement that you guys could hint at last week. I made On let's say. I made plug with on it and so it.

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"first announcement" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"first announcement" Discussed on KQED Radio

"These rivers. We measured About a quarter is covered by this very thin layer of sediment that it's like, overlaying the ice. And did you notice that there was more sediment clumping in these rivers? PhD students out working with special Lightman. He's always been interested in settlements and he wanted to know like how much settlement is transporting these rivers. And so we went up to Greenland and we measured how much water's flowing and we took samples of the settlement. And then when we came back to Rutgers, Sasha took his samples, and he analyzed like the size of the settlement particles, and he came up with something super fascinating. It turns out that the settlement grain size he measured was too small to be deposited in the channels. It shouldn't be any settlement in those channels. At all. So we basically found more settlement in those channels Flood plains Then we would expect so. Then in your study, you came up with an idea for the causes while these sentiments and it was bacteria, exactly, I know e I don't know about you, but certainly I didn't think there were these significant biology on the surface of the ice sheet. But people have discovered algae on the ice sheet. There is terms like bile. Logical darkening of the ice sheet. The fact that biological activity on the ice sheet like materia algae can cost the ice sheet starts to become darker, which means it will absorb more of the solar radiation coming in. That means. If you have more solar radiation being absorbed, instead of reflecting back to space, you can have more melting. More water flowing onto the oceans and Risk of more sea level rise. So we remember all of that research and were like, Hey, wait a minute. Could it be that it's actually bacteria, algae and stuff like that? That is making the settlement larger than the mineral grains because what we measure which just the size of the minerals But then we realized these bacteria can actually clump it together. So it's becomes these larger Granules and those Granules fall apart when you go to the light taken to the lab in New Jersey, the transport from brain lynching New Jersey. They don't survive that you have the bacteria that's clumping up these sediments and like kind of maybe clogging up the rivers are just finding their ways in there more so than how does all that add up? Tombo Act the melting of the ice sheet? Cause the particles are larger. They're less likely to move away but flushed away by the water. It stays there, and it makes the channels appear darker, right? And that means it's absorb more solar radiation belts more Yeah. So what are the ways Convict area effect the ice Another term for is called cryo Connect. Creo Kaneda. Okay, maybe a little bit like a science fiction movie. It's just a mix of dust and mineral particles. Organic matter. And it's clumped together. When I go on the part of the issue that's melting every summer, which is called the ablation Zone. It's wife spread like it's on the surface. It's so dark compared to the ice that it melt down, right. You get sort of a hole that melts down. So what do you see all over? It's not this like. Clean ice surface. No, it's like a perforated surface with these crying tonight, Holes everywhere, says Carioca night that is just melted down into the ice roughly like a feet or so and that there's the dynamics to that, too. That's certainly influenced by by weather conditions. They tend to Um, form if you have strong solar radiation, and then if you have windy, overcast day they will sort of erode out. So there is a connection between Crying tonight on the surface and the streams so that it comes from the surface to the strings. There's another layer that's added on top of all this, which is climate change. How does climate change play a role in all of this? Because it's changing so fast in Greenland and green. Let's really been warming a lot over the last decades. The Arctic as a whole is warming at least twice the rate as global places. And because organic matter like bacteria, organic matter is going to be sensitive to the environmental conditions around him. You could imagine that you know that could be increased biological activity or depending on what kind of changes you have with respect to cloud cover and ancillary nation so on, it's hard to say exactly how it would change, but it probably would change. Futures unknown, but it's going to change. We know that's the one known. That's the known. Yeah, that's all the time we have. So thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. Also. Renner Mom is an associate professor of geography at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey for science Friday. I'm Alexa Lynn. Way enter the second year of the covert pandemic. Our first conversation on this program about the coronavirus happened this week one year ago, and during those early days we checked in with Corona virus researchers in three different labs. Scientists who had been studying Corona viruses for years wanted to know what the pandemic was like for them, working in a bio safety lab and have their lives and research had been impacted. Hear interviews we recorded eight months ago in May 2020. I mean, it really started December 30th. When this first announcement of this pneumonia outbreak and one that point, it was more kind of an excitement because we didn't realize how bad it would be. Then by late January, I think it was clear to us that there was a big problem. We first got this virus starts fully to the first week of February. So February March April, May it's been almost four months of basically nonstop, Billy brutally hard work, but it's really a marathon. But if you start a marathon sprinting you don't ask, so I don't know. I don't know how I'm still alive, but I am Afternoon evening is my Bill three lab time lately? I'm leaving there between like 99 30, usually sending the occasional message my husband promising like, Yeah, I'll be home before bedtime. And he writes back. Yeah, we'll see. Spend most of my day in the lab is really important, Obviously, to be careful to not bring that out of the facility, But now it's everywhere. You can pick it up in the grocery store on the playground. You can get it anywhere. So now I feel most safe within to be a cell three because it's the only place around truly protected against it, because I mean my bubble I got my own airflow might have a filter, so it's It's kind of face, right. I prefer to be right now. It's remarkably watching this virus move around the world when it's the virus that you work on. It's really weird, and we had to have conversations about like, if someone in our lab does become infected. How do we demonstrate that it wasn't from the lab? In a way? Our love is lucky because we were a coronavirus Pathogenesis lab beforehand. I already had to take my temperature every single day. I already had to be concerned about upper and lower respiratory symptoms. So anyone who's trying to rapidly adapt those people I feel really bad for You know, people ask, why don't we have a drug or get anybody for this thing yet? And the reason is because only one lab has really been funded to the Economist research in a large scale in the past 10 years. All of this is stuff that we've been trying to get people to pay attention to. For a while. I think the funny part of this story for me is that as of the end of last year, I didn't have enough money for the lab to continue through 2020 that has changed and we are now. Well funded and we'll be keeping this going for less. My career. I help people have been incredibly supportive. It was really bizarre when I got my first couple of messages coming in through Facebook or something, you know. Thanks for what you're doing. I'm not in the military. This is something I've never thought of. We have another drug that is now entering phase two clinical trials that has just been picked up and Merck. I test that that concerns go B two and sent those data on and this is it's me about heading, make a graph sending it off and then see it in a newspaper. I mean, it's kind of like a dream for a researcher to be able to work at this level with this type of importance. That was from conversations back in May with Matthew Freeman, Lisa Grill in Ski and Andrea Prowse, Ear's and now eight months later, Dr Freeman is here to join us to talk about Reflections about that experience and give us an update. He's an associate professor in microbiology and immunology at the University.

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