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Balloons Called Top ‘Delivery Platform’ for Nuclear EMP Attack

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 9 hrs ago

Balloons Called Top ‘Delivery Platform’ for Nuclear EMP Attack

"They commissioned this report and the Washington examiner did an excellent job of breaking this down The American leadership and policy foundation air force major David stuckenberg one of the nation's leading EMP experts wrote extensively about the threat that balloons carrying bombs posed to our national security And he said using a balloon as a WMD slash WME platform could provide adversaries with a palette of altitudes and payload options with which to maximize offensive effects against the United States He said a high altitude balloon could be designed created and launched in a matter of months there is nothing to prevent several hundred pounds of weapons material from being delivered to altitude And what he said was that China's recent balloon flyover of the United States is clearly a provocative and aggressive act It was most likely a type of dry run meant to send a strategic message to the United States of America And the question is if they have these very small devices on there that could generate say a nuclear explosion which would create an electromagnetic pulse that could cut the cord in the United States of America for a year or longer EMP experts have warned that China and other nations North Korea Iran have programs to hit the United States grid with electromagnetic pulse weapons that would cut the cord for a year or longer And he said imagine the consequences of a balloon EMP attack that damages and destroys electronic systems at the speed of light within an EMP field with a radius of hundreds of kilometers The eastern grid of the United States generates 75% of U.S. electricity and supports most of the population Virtually any nuke detonated anywhere over the eastern grid will collapse the entire eastern grid not just the area where the EMP exploded

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The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Driving Social Media Censorship

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 2 d ago

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Driving Social Media Censorship

"Guys, I'm back with Chris ruby, the CEO of ruby media group. And we're talking about digital censorship and how it's driven by these things called, well, algorithms, but also machine learning natural language processing, so called NLP. Chris, let me summarize what I think you're saying. And that is that the content of what people see on these social media platforms is being manipulated. I guess it's somewhat similar to saying that, you know, when you go to the grocery store, there are certain things that are put at eye level. And you can easily see those. And there are other things that are sort of tucked away and you can go looking for them. And there might be a way to find them, but they're being suppressed. They're not being encouraged. Let's put it that way. And you're saying that the grocery store, you know why they do that, they're trying to sell certain things, maybe they think there's a bigger market for this or for that, but here it's driven not only governmentally, but I think you're also saying ideologically. It works in a manner that discriminates against conservatives. Is that a correct summary of what's going on? And if so is exposure of this enough or are there some steps that need to be taken can the house GOP do something? In other words, how do we stop this? Yes, I would say that what you said is accurate. I would also say that 99% of takedowns on social media platforms are really starting with machine learning. That's what was so concerning here. If we look at the data that I shared, that data, by the way, is not data that anyone reported. Okay, so when we were 2000 mules over and over again, no one is reporting a tweet that says 2000 mules. This is an algorithm through natural language processing in the background. If you use a series of words, including 2000 mules, it's automatically being flagged.

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Dick Morris: Mainstream Media Wants to Shut Out President Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:57 sec | 3 d ago

Dick Morris: Mainstream Media Wants to Shut Out President Trump

"I want to go back to your book because you warned us that these kinds of things were going to happen. Use max, the only conservative network that was broadcasting the Trump rallies and speeches, and they're going to try to shut down anybody who wants to give an open platform to conservative thought and ideas. Yeah, and more specifically, anyone who wants to help Donald Trump become president. And their goal here is to absolutely shut him off, stretch it must have been stopping from reaching the American people. And it's outrageous. There are 13 million people that could not see these rallies last weekend in New Hampshire and South Carolina that were just incredible. They were wonderful. He lays out a very specific program on the border and on taxes and on the debt limit it was so masterful, but millions of people saw it. But 13 million couldn't have just outrageous.

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Will Hild Lays Out the Sinister Threat of ESG

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 4 d ago

Will Hild Lays Out the Sinister Threat of ESG

"I'm very worried about E SG. It's one of the great threats to our liberty. One of our great threats to private property, one of the great threats to western civilization. And I don't think people understand it fully or completely. And you've been hearing about one of our partners here on this program, consumers research, great organization, love to be partnering with them. And joining us now is the executive director of consumers research will hill taking over as executive director in 2020, launched consumer first initiative, will join us right now. Will welcome to the program. Thanks for having me, Charlie. It's great to be here. Will tell us about ESG and the work that you're doing to expose this treacherous scheme. Absolutely. Well, very simply, ESG stands for environmental, social governance, and it's billed by its proponents like big asset managers like BlackRock and state street and Vanguard. It's billed as just another investment strategy. You know, you've got Warren Buffett out there doing value investing. You've got big names doing momentum investment we're over here doing ESG. What it really is is a stocking horse. It's a way to wedge in a far left progressive platform into the management of the United States investment funds and to push corporate America to basically just become a political utility or the Democratic Party. And I'm sad to say that unfortunately, they've built it right under our noses and to write this right this day you have billions upon billions of dollars of red state pension fund money that's being managed by these companies that's being used to drive up prices at the grocery store and at the gas pump and to undermine conservative value.

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How an Obscure Group Fed Lies to the Media About the US Elections

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 4 d ago

How an Obscure Group Fed Lies to the Media About the US Elections

"The newest addition of the Twitter files reported by Matt taibbi is not about censorship per se. It is about the use of the media. As a vehicle for a systematic procession of lies. In this case, the lie is that the Russians are actively interfering in U.S. elections and there are hundreds of accounts, maybe thousands of accounts that are nothing more than Russian bots and Russian propaganda that is being, you may say, engineered out of Moscow. It's Putin's hand that is behind all this. Now, there was an organization that claimed to have a tracking mechanism and a dashboard. In which they would list these accounts, reveal them to be the product of Russian disinformation and they were trying to do two things. One is to get the media to cover this story. Of Russia involvement in U.S. elections. Russian disinformation on social media platforms like Twitter, the group that was doing this, it maintained the dashboard, was called Hamilton 68. And when you look at Hamilton 68 and its board of directors, its people like Bill crystal, the never trumper. Michael chertoff, former head, I believe, of Homeland Security. Michael mcfaul, who is a professor, I believe now at Stanford University, John Podesta, formerly the head of the Hillary for America. So this is the never Trump neocons and the left. And also people who are like deputy heads of the CIA NSA. So this is deep state meets never Trump meets the left. And these are becoming increasingly, by the way, the same people. And so Hamilton 68 said that they were, they maintained this dashboard. And they would identify these sites, but as Twitter began to look into it, and this is Twitter, by the way, before Elon Musk. This is Twitter in the old regime. They realized that Hamilton 68 was putting out complete lies.

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Fantom FTM Gains 39 In 7 Days Following Its Integration With Axelar Network

NewsBTC

03:46 min | 5 d ago

Fantom FTM Gains 39 In 7 Days Following Its Integration With Axelar Network

"1 p.m. Sunday, January 29th, 2023 phantom FTM gains 39 in 7 days following its integration with axlar network phantom FTM has been one of the best performing tokens of 2023. Pulling off a series of impressive gains in the last few weeks following the market crash in late 2022, FTM began the new year trading as low as 0.2007, representing a 94.19 decline from its all time high value of 3.46. However, with the entire crypto market attempting to pull off a recovery, FTM has been one particular token with lots of investor attention, as its price has surged by over 136 since the start of 2023. Related reading Shiba Inu observes highest rise in burn rate is this normal phantom records 39 profit in 7 days, according to data from coin market cap, phantom FTM gained by 38.77 in the last 7 days alone, outperforming major cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum ETH, cardano ADA, ripple XRP, and Bitcoin BTC itself. While FTM has been on an upward trend since the first week of the year, its price rally in the last week can be attributed to phantom's recent integration with the axlar network. On January 24th, the phantom foundation announced a partnership with axlar, which will introduce inter chain communication to the phantom network as of the time of writing, FTM is trading at 0.4724, having gone up by 1.98 in the last 24 hours. Based on more data from coin market cap, the daily trading volume of FTM is currently 240.7 million, while its total market cap is 1.312 billion. FTM trading at 0.4790 source must chart of trading view dot com related reading AAV seeks proposal to clear itself a bad debt can it overcome these obstacles, what does Axl R's integration mean for phantom users according to a blog post by phantom, axlar network is a blockchain that connects blockchains, enabling universal web three interoperability, basically axlar functions as a medium for communication and transfer of value between several blockchains. Following the integration with the axler network, phantom automatically becomes part of an ecosystem that consists of over 30 different blockchains capable of seamlessly interacting with one another using the general message passing GMP protocol, developers on the phantom network will be able to easily access smart contact codes on any chain connected to axlar. The GMP protocol will also allow DApps and users to send and receive data and function calls across the multiple chains in axel R's ecosystem. Another benefit of Axl R's integration with phantom is the introduction of one click cross chain swaps on the platform's biggest decentralized exchange, spooky swap. Using squid, an axillary based protocol that reroutes liquidity between chains, spooky swap users, will seamlessly swap native tokens of different chains in one click. In every transaction, the axler network will process the cross chain gas conversions from the source chain token to the destination chain token, ensuring that users need not own crypto wallets on multiple chains or hold native tokens of other chains for gas fees, that said, other chains on the axlar network aside from phantom include our, moonbeam, polygon, osmosis, et cetera featured image zit max, chart from trading view dot com

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AAVE Seeks Proposal To Clear Itself Of Bad Debt  Can It Overcome These Obstacles

NewsBTC

03:29 min | 5 d ago

AAVE Seeks Proposal To Clear Itself Of Bad Debt Can It Overcome These Obstacles

"10 a.m. Sunday, January 29th, 2023 AB seeks proposal to clear itself of bad debt, can it overcome these obstacles? The lending platform AAVE has been enjoying positive news lately. According to reports, AAV has passed a governance proposal that would eradicate all bad debt at accumulated when Abraham eisenberg, orchestrator of the mango markets exploit, targeted the platform's Ethereum V two liquidity pool back in November 2022. However, the governance token of the platform, has not responded either positively or negatively. According to data from coin gecko, the token registered losses in the daily and weekly time frames. But these losses are two minuscule to revert the tokens gains from the start of the year, with the launch of AAVs V three on its mainnet, the crypto might be in a position to tell a new highs if the situation permits it. Image co and pedia, the gist of the proposal on chain developments based on the proposal, the token has over 2 million 677,749 units of CR-V in debt on its Ethereum V two CR-V reserve. This is worth, at the date of the proposal, over 2.5 million. The proposal would use V two S stablecoin reserve to buy the necessary number of units of CR-V to pay the debt. This obviously was accepted by the community positively, being implemented immediately by January 25th this would reverse the damage of the exploit attempt, proving the liquidity of the protocol. The deployment of AAVs V three on Ethereum was also implemented. According to DeFi Lama, the crypto is in the top four among all platforms. Aave V three, the Ethereum pull deployment has over 526.52 million total value lot image daffy Lama at 86.02, what's in store for AAV the token is currently consolidating around the 85.8 support range. This could be a sign that the token still has room to regain lost ground from 2020 twos bear market. However, this can only be achieved if the token closes with a green candle to continue AAVs rally when the year started. Investors and traders should target the tokens current resistance at 90.15. If the bulls can consolidate at the tokens present support, we can see an upward push towards 94.70. Related reading Dogecoin is sent slows, but why are analysts still bullish about the mama coin AAV total market cap at 1.2 billion on the daily chart chart trading view dot com related reading what is threshold T and why is this lesser known coin swelling by one 46 investors should also monitor the tokens correlation with Bitcoin and Ethereum as these would have a big influence on its price movement in the short to medium term. As these major cryptocurrencies retest their crucial resistances, a breakthrough by either one or both of these coins would boost AAV's momentum to regain lost ground with this in mind, investors and traders should exercise caution in the short to medium term as the token can still be clogged by the bears to revert back to 78.65. Featured image by canal coin dot com

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Archimedes Partnership with Origin Protocol Is a GameChanger for DeFi Players Both Big and Small

Blockonomi

00:48 sec | 5 d ago

Archimedes Partnership with Origin Protocol Is a GameChanger for DeFi Players Both Big and Small

"9 a.m. Thursday, January 26th, 2023. Archimedes partnership with origin protocol is a game changer for defy players, both big and small. Archimedes is an established and comprehensively audited defy lending and borrowing platform. Uniquely, the application aims to deliver real long-term yields with up to ten X collateral backed leverage for investors. The platform has partnered with origin protocol to integrate origin dollar OUSD, first yield bearing stablecoin. While OUSD already earns higher yield than stablecoin lending on, the post Archimedes partnership with origin protocol is a game changer for defy players both big and small appeared first on block anomie

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Crypto derivatives exchange Deribit to put in place trade surveillance platform from Eventus

CryptoNinjas

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Crypto derivatives exchange Deribit to put in place trade surveillance platform from Eventus

"2 p.m. Tuesday, January 24th, 2023. Crypto derivatives exchange derivative to put in place trade surveillance platform from even twos. Even twos, a provider of multi asset class trade surveillance and market risk solutions announced today that cryptocurrency derivatives exchange derivative has chosen the firm's ballot as platform to provide market abuse monitoring on the exchange. Headquartered in Panama City, Panama, de ribbit is one of the largest cryptocurrency options exchanges by volume and open interest with approximately 90. The post crypto derivatives exchange derivative to put in place trade surveillance platform from even twos appeared first on krypton ninjas.

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Binance vs Binance US Review 2023 Pros, Cons, Which is Best

Coin Bureau

00:40 sec | 5 d ago

Binance vs Binance US Review 2023 Pros, Cons, Which is Best

"10 a.m. Friday January 27th, 2023. By its versus binance U.S. review 2023 pros, cons, which is best. When it comes to cryptocurrency trading exchanges, buying it is like the Google of the centralized exchange industry. Not in a weird, spy on you sort of way, but I mean in terms of sheer dominance and usefulness. Though binance and binance U.S. are both great platforms, they are not quite equal. This binance versus violence. The post binance versus binance U.S. review 2023 pros, cons, which is best appeared first on coin bureau.

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Five Industries Making Use of Blockchain Tech

CryptoCurrencyWire

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

Five Industries Making Use of Blockchain Tech

"3 p.m. Friday January 27th, 2023. 5 industries making use of blockchain tech blockchain technology has introduced a peculiar system that seeks to solve a myriad of problems faced by various industries. Blockchain has the ability to tackle pertinent issues such as security, speed, transparency, and in between costs, enticing businesses across vast business platforms. Of the said industries, here are 5 that are currently in the process of continue reading 5 industries, making use of blockchain tech. The post 5 industries making use of blockchain tech appeared first on cryptocurrency wire.

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The Newest Platform xBitcoin Club Is under the Crypto Spotlight

Coinpedia

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

The Newest Platform xBitcoin Club Is under the Crypto Spotlight

"3 p.m. Saturday January 28th, 2023. The newest platform ex Bitcoin club is under the crypto spotlight. The post the newest platform Bitcoin club is under the crypto spotlight appeared first on Cohen PD a FinTech news. The cost of putting money in digital currencies can be high. Even if the majority of tokens are selling substantially beneath their 80 H, placing digital currencies in your wallet can be expensive furthermore due to the volatility of these crypto assets. There is always a chance of suffering financial distress. However, if we advise that you

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Binance US Review 2023 The Pros, Cons, and Features

Coin Bureau

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Binance US Review 2023 The Pros, Cons, and Features

"12 p.m. Tuesday January 24th, 2023. Violence U.S. review 2023 the pros, cons, and features. If 2022 has taught us anything, it is that not all exchanges are created equal. If you are looking for a trustworthy crypto exchange, you have done well to find this binance U.S. review. This bind and U.S. review will tell you everything you need to know about this exchange, including trading fees, platform products, supported. The post binance U.S. review 2023 the pros, cons, and features appeared first on coin bureau.

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New FTX Chief Mulls Reviving the Exchange

CryptoCurrencyWire

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

New FTX Chief Mulls Reviving the Exchange

"4 p.m. Wednesday, January 25th, 2023. New FTX chief malls reviving the exchange. The current chief executive of the bankrupt FTX exchange, John ray, is looking into bringing back the defunct crypto platform. He spoke to The Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal, saying he intends to set up a task force to explore reviving FTX dot com. FTX was valued at 32 billion before it went belly up and filed for continue reading new FTX chief moles reviving the exchange. The post new FTX chief malls reviving the exchange appeared first on cryptocurrency wire.

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Binance Acknowledges Mixing Customer Funds

Blockonomi

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

Binance Acknowledges Mixing Customer Funds

"9 a.m. Thursday, January 26th, 2023. Biden's acknowledges mixing customer funds. Biden has admitted not keeping customers funds and the platforms separate, according to Bloomberg report. The cryptocurrency exchange have mistakenly mixed some of its been in spike tokens B tokens with customers funds into one specific wallet binance 8. Biden's 8 is an exchange cold wallet collateral assets have previously been moved into this wallet in error. The post binance acknowledges mixing customer funds appeared first on blocking only.

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Why Most Cryptocurrency Exchanges ask For KYC

TheCoinsPost

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

Why Most Cryptocurrency Exchanges ask For KYC

"1 p.m. Thursday, January 26th, 2023. Why most cryptocurrency exchanges ask for KYC? Know your customer KYC is a process that most cryptocurrency exchanges require their customers to go through in order to use their platform. This process involves providing personal information such as name, address, and government issued identification number to the exchange. While it may be seen as an inconvenience by some, but KYC is an important aspect of. The post why most cryptocurrency exchanges ask for KYC appeared first on the coins post.

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BestChange Celebrates a Decade and a Half of Safe and Secure Crypto Trading

ZyCrypto

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

BestChange Celebrates a Decade and a Half of Safe and Secure Crypto Trading

"10 p.m. Sunday January 29th, 2023. Best change celebrates a decade and a half of safe and secure crypto trading. Best change, the leading exchange change wreak monitoring platform has announced that it is celebrating 15 years of service. This milestone highlights the company's dedication to providing increased customer security and safety in the ever changing world of cryptocurrency. Finding a reliable and trustworthy exchange platform can be daunting as the cryptocurrency market continues to evolve and

Metaverse Tourism and Government Service Platform Debuts in Seoul

CryptoInfonet

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

Metaverse Tourism and Government Service Platform Debuts in Seoul

"6 p.m. Sunday January 29th, 2023. Metaverse tourism and government service platform debuts and soul. The platform is named metaverse soul, and it has video games, a chat, assembly scheduling.

"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Be somewhere with people during the day. You know? I hear you. I hear you. And look, we've all taken in this narrative around the value of parenting. It's kind of the thing that I'm most invested in changing. I swear more than a script or more than sleep or more than tantrums, which I really care about helping parents with. I really care more generally about changing the narrative about this really important and difficult job that we have when we're a parent and the support on resources we deserve. And the rights we have, you know, even the right to sleep, right? You have a job where you have to be at a certain place and be with people too. They're the people that you're raising and it's the place that's inside your home. And I think it would be powerful for you to consider that. And the other thing I'll say before we end is I think as we kind of come into a stage of speaking up for our needs when we have a traditionally done that, remembering that we need other adults cooperation but not approval is incredibly empowering. That I might need my partner to get up with my kid in the middle of the night, but I don't need him to approve of the fact that I am now sleeping. Like, I don't need him to say you are right. You deserve it, right? If I know I deserve it, then I just need him to go be with our kid. I actually don't need him to kind of applaud me on the way or give his stamp of approval. And I think when we practice a little bit noticing what we need, considering that maybe we have the right to have some of those needs met, at least more often. When we're able to communicate that directly, and then when we realize in the aftermath, especially if that's new, people will push back, but remembering I'm not looking for this other person's complete agreement or approval, I'm looking for a solution where I can get my needs met more often. That's a framework I'd love to kind of leave you with. And I really mean this, Emily. You are so not alone. You are not alone and not sleeping. You are not alone and how hard it is to manage parenting, and sleep routines of toddlers and babies, and you are definitely not alone. In a kind of knowing on some level, I know I need to sleep more. I know I need more help. And you're not alone in feeling uncomfortable. And thinking about asking for those needs to be met. So thank you for sharing, and I know so many people are nodding along with this. And we will all be cheering you on. Thanks for listening. To share a story or ask me a question, go to good inside dot com slash podcast. You could also write me podcasts at good inside dot com. Parenting is the hardest and most important job in the world. And parents deserve resources and support so they feel empowered, confident, and connected. I'm so excited to share good inside membership. The first platform that brings together content and experts you trust with a global community of like valued parents. It's totally game changing. Good inside with doctor Becky is produced by Jesse baker and Eric Newsom. At magnificent noise, our production staff includes Sabrina farhi, Julia Nat, and Kristen Muller. I would also like to thank Erica belski, Mary panico, Ashley valenzuela, and the rest of the good inside team. And one last thing before I let you go. Let's end by placing our hands on our hearts. And reminding ourselves, even as I struggle, and even as I have a hard time on the outside, I remain good inside.

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"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:48 min | Last month

"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"You have to be able to disentangle what was then from what is now. And so looking at our past in that way, understanding our circuitry, understanding the things that used to be adaptive and no longer are, but understandably and thankfully our president to let themselves go. I think it's critical in parenting. It's why I love talking about parenting so much. It's because with our kids so much gets triggered from when we were a kid. And so there's this balance of, wow, I can actually really work on myself and give something to my kid at the same time. We can't implement a strategy that is too distant. From our own circuitry. It just, we can learn it in our head. It won't activate in our body, and our body wins every time. And so I'm looking forward to conversations in 2023. That really allow us to understand ourselves in a deep way while simultaneously give us strategies and scripts and kind of practical actions to implement new patterns to make change right away in our home. I want to do that, Jesse. Let's do that next year. Let's do it. All right, so same time next year. Same time next year. And I don't know if this is allowed, but for everyone here listening, you all allow me to do what I love best. I love thinking about people. And I love thinking about people and systems. And my favorite system to look at is the family system. By talking about these things, by talking with you, Jesse, by talking to callers by talking to kind of other thought leaders. I always think new thoughts. I think that's really important for everyone listening to know. Like, I don't come into a podcast ever with being like, here's what I want to share. Here's the wisdom. I want to impart. Actually, it's the process of talking to someone and creating something new. That allows me to think all types of new things. And that honestly is so exciting. And so fun and so rewarding for me. And if people weren't here listening, you know, I wouldn't be able to have this conversation. So you all, you all allow me to do what I truly love to do, what truly lights me up inside. And I am deeply, deeply grateful for every one of you who made good inside a habit. Who tune in, who subscribe, who download, and who allow me to both keep having amazingly interesting conversations and who allow me to keep learning myself. So thank you so much. Thanks for listening. To share a story or ask me a question, go to good inside dot com slash podcast. You could also write me at podcast at good inside dot com. Parenting is the hardest and most important job in the world. And parents deserve resources and support so they feel empowered, confident, and connected. I'm so excited to share good inside membership. The first platform that brings together content and experts you trust with a global community of like valued parents. It's totally game changing. Good inside with doctor Becky is produced by Jesse baker and Eric Newsom at magnificent noise. Our production staff includes Sabrina farhi, Julia Nat, and Kristen Mueller. I would also like to thank Erica belski, Mary panico, Ashley valenzuela, and the rest of the good inside team. And one last thing before I let you go. Let's end by placing our hands on our hearts. And reminding ourselves, even as I struggle, and even as I have a hard time on the outside, I remain good inside.

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"first platform" Discussed on Cryptocurrency for Beginners: with Crypto Casey

Cryptocurrency for Beginners: with Crypto Casey

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"first platform" Discussed on Cryptocurrency for Beginners: with Crypto Casey

"A strong resilient long-term portfolio to increase our wealth, which is why I've partnered with masterworks. Masterworks is the first platform for buying and selling shares representing an investment in iconic artworks. We can build a diversified portfolio of iconic works of art, curated by their industry leading research team, and their recent results have generated an average net return of about 29% to their investors, which is great during this brutal bear market. Masterworks has had to acquire and release more art on the platform to meet demand, which is why there is a wait list to join. However, we can skip this wait list by scrolling down and using the link in the description area below. Masterworks research team uses proprietary data to determine which artist markets have the most momentum. Then their acquisitions team locates what they believe is a good piece at a fair price, and they purchase the work. After that, they securitize the artwork by filing and offering circular with the Securities and Exchange Commission, allowing anyone to invest. And finally, they hold the artwork for about three to ten years until they sell the painting to receive your piranha proceeds after their feast. Or you have the option to seek to sell your shares on their secondary market, which is currently only available to U.S. citizens with U.S. bank accounts at this time. So if you've got cash on the sidelines, use the link below to skip the wait list and diversify into art. Awesome. Thank you so much for taking the time to watch this video. If you enjoyed it, please make sure to like the video, subscribe to the channel and click the bell notification to stay up to date on all the latest videos. So what do you think of my march 25th prediction? Is the bottom already in and we are on track for recovery or is a cataclysmic bottom farther along the Ryzen. Let me know in the comments below. Be safe out there.

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"first platform" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"first platform" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Applications, right? That no one was building in video in web three. So a lot of the usage does come from just traditional web two streaming platforms that want to cost savings. And that's great. But again, I don't think that alone means that those platforms are going to be disruptive to the twitch or YouTube. I think it's the ones that are thinking more about at the application layer. What is uniquely enabled by building on web three connected blockchain infrastructure. So how do we harness the global power of coordination through daos? How do we enable better creator monetization through NFTs and tokenization? How do we tap into instinct global crowdfunding? Through smart contracts and how do we leverage DeFi primitives to create better monetization or yield mechanisms for the owners of our applications and our ecosystems. And the people that innovate in social media and creator media using these primitives are going to create powerful new applications, which we haven't seen before. Yeah, it's going to be a fantastic future granted if we get there. How is it building and I just say that tongue in cheek 'cause we're in a bear market right now and it feels like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. But of course there always is a light at the end of the tunnel, but how do you think about, you know, I mean, you've been building this company for 6 years, 7 years, perhaps you've been through cycles, right? Upcycle. Everybody's excited. Your employees probably can't stop checking their damn phones for crypto prices. Market crashes. People leave and what's your thought process about building a crypto company in this sort of environment? Yeah, it's a good question. Like you said, it's not the first time we've been through it. And to be honest, whether bull or bear, we probably take a little less note of those market swings than other projects. It helps to be pretty mission oriented. And in our case, it helps to be very technically focused. And so when you're always building, when you know what your mission is, you know what the long term potential is. You're less reactive to just like the trend of the day during the highs. So we probably missed the opportunity because we didn't pivot the company into being a default build farming machine. That's a lot of money on the table there, dog. Right, right. But that's just not what. This project was about, it's not why some of the world's best video engineers have left their video companies to come join live here to build an open video infrastructure. And so at the same time in bear markets, it's easier for us just to be excited about keep building. And again, it helps that our usage continues to grow and we're a little isolated from just crypto market prices when it comes to actual adoption of video technology. But at the same time, yeah, like I said, the highs aren't quite as high below as aren't quite as low, but you keep putting one foot in front of the other. And trust me, there will be, like you said, a light at the end of the tunnel. I think it's interesting to think about what that may be. I've seen every single news cycle of the catalyzed by some sort of, I guess I'll call it a regulatory arbitrage on top of the latest kind of restrictions to innovation. So the first cycle was I shouldn't say the first, but one of the first things we've been building was kind of catalyzed by the rise of ICOs in global crowdfunding, right? And then once that became, once there was some sanity around harnessing that excitement because it led to a lot of scams and bad outcomes and stuff. All of a sudden there was innovation on DeFi and yield generation as a mechanism to kind of create engagement and to bootstrap liquidity, right? And then all of a sudden there was this notion of, oh, well, you can't sell tokens to harness something, but you can sell a real object, like a piece of digital art in order to have a utility. And NFTs, right? And you see these sorts of things. So I made a tweet today that I thought was kind of tongue in cheek, but I said, right now, NFTs are being hampered by the fact that Apple has a new policy where there's a 15 to 30% in app purchase tax if you're trying to sell NFTs through your app. And if you can't build a mobile first platform, how are you going to reach a billion users, right? And NFTs don't work if there's that tax on every transport. And so what's the innovation that's going to get around that and lead to the next sort of innovation and shared ownership in digital ownership and whatnot. And it's not all a game just to get around regulation or corporate taxation or whatnot. But it does catalyze a lot of new attention and interest into the space. Yeah, now fascinating. I think there's got to be some type of renaissance of web based applications or something because at the end of the day, you know, the apple, right? They have a vice grip, if you will, on so many different industries because everything goes through the mobile App Store, but like if we kind of had a renaissance of web based apps. But again, people are on their phone. They're on the go, so they need those mobile applications. So who knows? Maybe we just all buy Apple stock and just say forget about it. But I think there's going to be some technical everyone buys the Solana phone. See, exactly, the Solana phone might actually be a response to the whole Apple thing. And there could be, I mean, even though they announced it, you know, many, many months

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"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Being a parent, who can I think first repair with themself, right? Kind of find your own goodness under your latest, not so great behavior. That's always step one. I think it's the step we miss that kind of version of compassion toward our self first. And then the step two of, yeah, reconnecting with your kid probably. I haven't thought about it this way, but you almost probably add all those seeds to a moment that probably lacked all those seeds. Do you have some of them, right? Absolutely right. That's the reparative element is coming back to your kid saying, I'm sorry from this open hearted compassionate place. And just owning what you did. And you hinted at this, but that's really hard when you have a very intense shaming protector who is making you feel worthless for having done it. Then you're going to have another part that wants to defend you and deny what you did or distort it to say you had a good reason for it. And then you'd wind up not making the repair, right? That's exactly right. And so repair is just like where it's at, that's what I always say. And when we repair with our kids, I always imagine, I don't know why I like the moment with my kid that felt bad with some temporary ending to a chapter. But I don't want to end the chapter that way. And when I repair, I actually get to go back and reopen it and add a different ending. And that's this thing, I think, for so many people repair, which can feel so shame inducing, like, oh, what's wrong with me? I think the opposite, like, oh, look at this opportunity I have. I have this opportunity to end this chapter differently. It's so empowering. Exactly right. Thank you so much for this conversation. Thank you so much for joining me here. Thank you so much for your incredibly impactful work. And I know it's only a matter of time before I track you down and talk to you again soon. I always love talking to you anytime. Talk to you back to you. And I'm so grateful and honored that I can be a part of your message to parents because I think it's so important what you're doing. Thank you. Thanks for listening. To share a story or ask me a question, go to good inside dot com, backslash podcast. You could also write me at podcast at good inside dot com. Parenting is the hardest and most important job in the world. And parents deserve resources and support so they feel empowered, confident, and connected. I'm so excited to share good inside membership. The first platform that brings together content and experts you trust with a global community of like valued parents. It's totally game changing. Good inside with doctor Becky is produced by Jesse baker and Eric Newsom. At magnificent noise. Our production staff includes Sabrina farhi, Julia Nat, and Kristen Mueller. I would also like to thank Erica belski, Mary panico, Jill Cromwell Wang, Ashley valenzuela, and the rest of the good inside team. And one last thing before I let you go. Let's end by placing our hands on our hearts. And reminding ourselves, even as I struggle, and even as I have a hard time on the outside, I remain good inside.

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"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:11 min | 4 months ago

"first platform" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"So I want to end with some general takeaways, not about sleep away camp. But about the topic of sticking things out versus stopping. First. Believing your kid. Believing your kid actually isn't always the same thing as making a certain decision based on that believing. In this conversation, believing that your child was miserable, was aligned with the decision of taking that child home. But believing can also look like saying, I believe you that you don't want to go to school. I know that that's real. I also know we're gonna get through it. Two. Being brave doesn't always mean sticking something out. Get to know what's really happening with your kid. And trust that being brave can mean sticking something out, and it can also mean stopping and leaving. Three. There's nothing more powerful than our alliance with our kids. Especially as our kids get older, remembering that our connection with them is really the only strategy we have. Reminds us to pause, listen, and believe their experience. Thanks for listening. To share a story or ask me a question, go to good inside dot com, backslash podcast. You could also write me at podcast at good inside dot com. Parenting is the hardest and most important job in the world. And parents deserve resources and support so they feel empowered, confident, and connected. I'm so excited to share good inside membership. The first platform that brings together content and experts you trust with a global community of like valued parents. It's totally game changing. And if you're looking for a smaller next step, go to good inside dot com to sign up for my free, weekly email. That's always filled with practical, actionable strategies, and scripts. You don't want to miss it. Good inside with doctor Becky is produced by Jesse baker and Eric Newsom. At magnificent noise, our production staff includes Sabrina farhi, Julia Nat, and Kristen Mueller. I would also like to thank Erica belski, Mary panico, Jill Cromwell Wang, Ashley valenzuela, and the rest of the good inside team. And one last thing before I let you go. Let's end by placing our hands on our hearts. And reminding ourselves, even as I struggle, and even as I have a hard time on the outside, I remain good

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"first platform" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

04:28 min | 7 months ago

"first platform" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"And sporting equipment in the car and came to Provo and the kids landed here and we were supposed to say for 6 months and it's been two years. Awesome. But the time has come to head home and we're headed back to Los Angeles soon. So I would imagine you're excited to sort of get back to your own house with your own routines and whatnot. Is that? Yes. Yes, it's been an amazing experience that the pros outweigh the very few negatives of living in your in laws basement. But yes, we're excited to go home to our own space, our Friends that have become family down there. But we'll cherish these two years in Provo with the extended family that we have here. And the amazing people, the community living among a large population of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints has been remarkable for our kids as well. Just a shift. We'd love to hear. And you're also the executive director of the come follow me foundation. Is that the right title? Correct. I've been doing this. I have since the fall and I love it. And I'm the executive director of leading saints. We got to stick together. We do. We got each other's back, right? We did. This is a new friendship. We are going places together. That's right. Yes. The following foundation is so awesome. I've interviewed Evan earlier. And he launched, was that a launching period with the app? Or you were in this big push? Yes, correct. So what is the compound follow me foundation do? Okay, so the come follow me foundation created the come follow me app, which is a mobile first platform that allows members and those seeking to find Jesus Christ. Easily digestible consumable come follow me content. So I think a lot of people in the church go to church. They are active members and they would call themselves active. But yet, I think if we pulled people, the number of members who actually engage in daily scripture study is a lot lower than we think. And I will throw my hat in there. I'm up there with people that have struggled a mom of 5 running a household and it's difficult, but the come follow me app was created by Evan Fitzpatrick and his wife. They just wanted to create a solution for their family. Had a really easy beta version of this app and they shared it with friends. They loved it. And it started to spread. And brought in Brian crofts and James Moore, the other founders, and their wives, and got it to what it is today.

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"first platform" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"first platform" Discussed on ICYMI

"I saw a tweet that was predicated on this video that said, behind every bad bitch with anxiety is a high school English teacher that changed her life and. So this video that I sent Madison they made her cry is of Adele and ITV event. And the crowd I believe is entirely celebrities, mostly celebrities. This is important because it's not entirely celebrities, but so Emma Thompson is asking her a question that's like, do you have anyone in your past who's just like an extremely formative character for you? And Adele says. Yeah, my this English teacher I had. She was just super cool. I really loved her. She inspired my love of literature. She's like the reason I'm a writer. I'm writing lyrics in the writing books, but I am writing. And Emma Thompson's like, oh, that's funny because he or she is in the crowd. And Adele hasn't seen her since she was like 12. And it's just so sweet and Adele just starts crying and you can tell us it's really genuine moment 'cause she's like, I need my face touched up. She still calls her myth, which I think is just so sweet. Thank you. Thank you. Mom. Mom, can you believe it? She's over there. She doesn't want to be filmed. Oh, no, I've got to get me on Facebook. Oh my God, how are you? I haven't seen you since I was like 12. Did you have kids? What are you doing? Yeah, I've got two kids. He's got in haven. It's very sweet. I want to believe that this interaction is genuine and Israel. Rachel, would you say you like that video? I would. I would say I like it. That's the transition folks because the time has come. To talk about likes here on icy why am I? Earlier this month the YouTube announced it would begin hiding all dislike counts on every video on the platform. That's kind of terrorism for me who depends on seeing those little thumb down. Reactions on the video to know what exactly is happening in this video. Creators will still have access to dislike data, but for regular YouTube viewers like me and Rachel, it means it's about to be a lot harder to tell if a YouTube video is shit or not before you watch it and watch the ad that probably comes along with it. YouTube is not the first platform to change his policy on lights and dislikes. Facebook's algorithm was apparently designed to prioritize those little angry face emojis overreacts, there's clearly no downside to that policy. We simply love misinformation. And Instagram and Facebook also now let you hide your light count on posts. And changes like these are often presented as moves that will make platforms better or friendlier or safer for users. And credit where credit's due in part that is true, but we're here to remind you that we can not forget who those changes ultimately always serve. And it's the tech giants themselves, which stand to lose money and power if their platforms become such miserable places that the rest of us start leaving for greener pastures. Like TikTok.

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"first platform" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"first platform" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Of president Trump and currently member of the Defense Department's national security education board. They're going to try to get rid of me. I can't wait. Just bring it Joe Biden, sleepy creepy. We're going to have some fun if you try. One of the roles we have here as the America first platform that we are, is to highlight and to support those candidates across the nation that best exemplify the spirit of making America great again, especially those who aren't politicians haven't been there for years or decades. But really, are doing what they do in the spirit of our founders as citizens first and politicians only second, a perfect exemplar of that is a lady I met at a party a lovely party here in the swamp a few months ago as she decided and declared that she wants to run for the office of governor of Arizona. Welcome back to America first. Carrie Lake. It's so good to be here sub. I remember that day well. I remember walking across past the buffet table and thinking, I'm just going to introduce myself to a man who I admire greatly. And so to be sitting here with you all these months later, is such a treat. Thank you. Yeah, you went very sorry that day. Like, walk straight up to me and my wife broke into the conversation introduced yourself. And you made an impression, so we are delighted to have followed your Sterling advance in this campaign, especially in social media, guys. You got to follow this lady Carrie Lake with a Carrie Lake, especially on Instagram and especially, oh, I don't know the recent endorsements you have received. There are photographs of plenty of you with my old boss, president Trump. You sent me a very, very kind invitation next month for one wonderful event with the president of Mar-a-Lago, so Carrie. It's really must be a complete whirlwind for you. Tell us about how it is to campaign for this amazing opportunity. It is, I mean, I have to pinch myself because when I got into this, we announced we were running June 1st. And I'm just a mom really, I'm a mom, a former journalist. I'm the wife of a small business owner. And I thought is it possible for we the people to take back our government? Is it possible for citizen, a non politician who's not connected to the swamp to just announce their running for governor and make it happen? And we're finding out yes, it is. The people of Arizona are so ready for an outsider. They know me I've been in their homes for 27 years. So all along, I was just trying to get an and I remain this is my main goal is to get the endorsement of the people of Arizona. I did, however, really want the endorsement of president Trump. I don't need to go around collecting all sorts of politicians endorsements, but he's not a politician. President Trump is a great American who put his country first who was living a comfortable life, put that aside and gave up so much to run for president, wake us all up to the corruption in our government and all of the agencies in Hollywood. And I just really did want his endorsement. So to me, it's almost a miracle that I got it because I am an outsider. I've interviewed him a couple of times when I was a journalist, and he came out to a rally here in Phoenix in July. And when he saw the reception I got from the people of Arizona at that rally. I think he was impressed by that and wanted to figure out a little bit more about my campaign. And so we've had a couple of meetings and I'm just ready to take on the deep state, which is very prevalent here in Arizona. And he knows I'm a fighter. He knows I'm not tied to these people who are corrupt. I don't have any allegiance to them. My only allegiance is to the people of Arizona. And he knows that when we get to the bottom of this shoddy election, we find out who's responsible for defrauding the voters of Arizona. He knows that I will do something about it because these aren't my buddies. Yeah, this is a crucial point. Let's talk about this journey that you're on in this monumental decision. You took earlier in the year. So on the left, the trajectory is the reverse. The political hacks the deep status, do that time in politics, have the political appointments in The White House, and then magically overnight. You know, Cinderella's wand is waved and they become journalists somehow. You know, the Jake tapper is the former staffers, the George Stephanopoulos is magically become unbiased reporters after serving in Democrat offices in in Democrat White House is you've done exactly the opposite. You have a face that Arizona's recognized across the state, talk to us first I want to know why you took this decision because I'm sure you've paid a prize with your former colleagues and maybe even family members in France and then talk to us a little bit about what that price has been. So why, how did you arrive at this decision? Well, I left my career. I had a illustrious career in Arizona as a journalist and a news anchor, and I was at the top of my game. Number one in the ratings. And just doing great. And I'd been in that position for at that station for 22 years. Number one pretty much. She started when she was 12 guys, okay? Yes. No shock. She started at 12. Okay. Thank you for pointing that out. So to walk away and walk away from a very large paycheck, lots of great benefits. It was a very difficult decision because there's comfort in that. There's even though I was uncomfortable with the unethical move that the media had really pushed and during COVID, it went from unethical to frankly immoral. And that's why I said, I can't do this anymore. I can't work in a field that is immoral to me. Let's break that down. I mean, you know, you're absolutely right. It must have been a very tough decision to leave that security that recognition, everything you've built. What was the immorality that you saw and taught to us? Like, you know, on the night of the election, you have the place that I used to work Fox News call Arizona before we have the results. So talk to us about what you were witnessing that made you want to leave and just how bad it became. Well, that was the. That was the final straw. I mean, election night was like the cherry on top. I knew at that point, I absolutely have to leave. But it really was COVID leading up to that..

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"first platform" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"first platform" Discussed on Recode Decode

"We're back chuck todd. Is you make digital products and have a podcast. Newsletters meet the press reports on on peacock and some of them and end up on the embassy. Website the lesson of digital. Is that finding big. Niche audiences is far more successful than trying to have a big general publication or show. Meet the process supposed to big general show. I would argue that because of the republican party. Slide into fantasy land. The premise of that big general show is being challenged. Correct because abstractly what you're doing is you're trying to have some debate with the democrats and then you're saying all the republicans i think you're lying seems like a hard thing to solve while maintaining the appearance of fairness as they continue in the face and then and then on the internet and digital. You've got to go find big tranches of audience that you want you right. They were competing with youtubers. Who are not shy about feeding that algorithm in various ways. How do you. How do you manage attention. You are correctly identifying something that i struggle with internally myself because i don't think we should be celebrities in in the news media but as you point out sometimes. The personal is the draw Let's trust is that if you want. The positive spin is that you want people at trust. That's right and i do think that that's certainly what you want to establish. I am hanging my hat on a couple of things particularly with gen z. I think it's the partisan media that has created the larger trust problem. We have in media right. The biggest media outlet on cable is the least factually correct fox news. So i always sit there and say when people say of the news media bias. It's like well. The number one cable channel is the most biased news organization in america. So of course most people are saying yes and yet the right views. That answer is somehow it's about us in the mainstream media you know so it really is. I think either beholder and unfortunately cable news. It's done this. I'm hanging my hat on the gen z. Is a lot less ideological and a lot more realistic. And there's a pragmatism. There's a pragmatism to the millennial generation. That's come out in sort of frustration. It's sort of our. We've covered things. I do think what. I've said that i've changed how i've covered. How i do meet the press. As i used to worry actually used to on my way to what i would call around the edges. Explain away well. That rhetoric sounds crazy. But here's why they say but suddenly that crazy rhetoric which was used nothing more as a marketing tool for a politician. Acts is now gospel so now we have a real problem. I view my job is say which is see and let the chips far they may and if you just simply say what. See over time people will decide. Yeah i trust how that guy sees things. I might not always agree but he always sees it honestly he comes about it from the same perspective every time. Look we all have bias. Humans are biased. The second they're born they had biased. So you've identified the correct challenge. It is a lot easier to be a biased commentator and get an audience but you are limiting your audience. Right is only a finite amount of world. I'm still betting. There is some common middle ground. That people are looking for when i say middle. I'm not necessarily saying the political middle what. I'm also betting though that is that. I can't live in one medium because the broadcast cable space is gonna basically devolve into only being a place to people watch live events either live news events or live sporting events. And that's it everything else is going to be on demand and you have to sort of get into their habit. If people want their politics be podcast instead of television. I gotta be there if they want it when they want it and they want deeper breath want more news styles fine. I got that at peacock. They want a long interview. I've got that you know in that sense. That's how i sort of view. This changing landscape is all right. I gotta be everywhere. I gotta be platform platform-neutral can't let the platform dictate what i do. I do think what you've identified earlier in the same way. We saw what happened. Radio right now cable television and even broadcast television is leading the platform dictate. How they do coverage right now because they're desperately trying not to lose viewers. they're no longer are they. How do we find new viewers. Yeah i do wanna hold out. Hope and i'm in the. I want to find new viewers place. Do you think you can take the broader. You're also the political director of nbc news. Do you think you can take the broader. Nbc news apparatus with you there. I think i asked this question. 'cause it feels like a challenge for every big mainstream media newsroom that hey this this business might be going away and we've got a new more much more demand oriented business. People are going to tell us what they want to deliver it. That's a big shift. You think you as a political director of nbc news can get the broader organization there. We've taken a big step in the idea that where now dividing up by brand rather than by platform so you know it used to be we at cable news person. You had podcast person and you had a digital news person. Now we've got a vice president of the today show vice president of beat the press vice president of dateline. You see where i'm going right. You're you're unbundling. Nbc news correct. What cnn was in the eighties is what i think. Nbc news now is going to be in. The world is streaming. This is where you. What is what is happening now right. There's that where i think. More and more people go to an msnbc. Because i wanna know. Why is this happening. And they may want that. Why from a more progressive perspective or they wanna get the y. For joy or the wife somebody else even the why for me. Sometimes it's not in there in the sort of traditional left right mode but maybe in that in that mode. I'm saying but. I think that that viewer is looking for something different. And so i think that's the bet were all making i think. Nbc news is making this bat right. Which is i've been sort of pushing the idea that meet the press is more than a sunday. Show well now. They've they've bought. My bought what i was selling because they now reorganize look. We did it. I today show today is its own brand. It is bigger than nbc. News and in some ways conveys more to the viewer. Today does than nbc news dots. It's a product of nbc news. But today is its own thing. And that's what i think. May depress people have correctly separated. Meet the press. From msnbc for instance or you know what i mean or from nbc nightly news or any of that and certainly dateline has its that. That's the bet we're making we're gonna find out if it's possible to be a successful brand on multiple platforms because the past says that you know that doesn't always happen for everybody. I'm well aware of that. What more questions than i want you to tell people where they can find. Because that's ostensibly while you're in the show you talked about a lot of platforms. Where do you feel where the distribution medium is having the most effect on what you make right. if you said tick-tock the answer would be will now all the videos two minute long right if you said youtube i know that all the thumbnails had to be over the top with you like shaking your fist politician. What's the platform you distribute on now. That has the most impact on what you make. I think we still be ourselves with broadcast instability which means were pg all the time if that makes sense and we're trying to be pg even in the battle of polarization a little bit. It doesn't mean that that's the correct answer on the sensibility question. I certainly don't think we have cable. Tv sense bill. In fact i tried to. I find that pretty hard. There's a different set of issues. That cable argues over on a given day whether you're watching box cnn or msnbc. And i think that is driven by the viewers who are watching on that at for the people that run those platforms would deny m. saying that but in some ways the way social media particularly twitter and i think you know i think those are fused together a little bit twitter in primetime cable and maybe the facebook that they've all in their own ways influence each other and the topics that they cover as you can tell from my answers here. I'm desperately trying not to feel attached to one over the other. Because i do think that if you do and you worry about one set of viewers more.

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"first platform" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"first platform" Discussed on Recode Decode

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"first platform" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"first platform" Discussed on Recode Decode

"And the thing is is that uncultured. There is a big divide between left. And right you know. I used to say in that. Culture is defined by new york city. One of the ways. I i remember one time noting it just seeing it hit me on the cultural divide where there is a new york city bias that sort of creates the illusion that this is a left right thing when it's really more of a new york city versus the rest of america thing. I remember one time. I said to a boss. We were trying to do it. This isn't thousand eight. They wanted a quick poll in south carolina. And i said well. We can't pull on wednesday nights and south carolina and they said why not and i said well went to church night out and they said well. What do you mean i said in a lot of southern baptist Around the south. And if you're at all familiar with some of the more evangelical communities in in the south it's much larger than just didn't place. There's a strong evangelical community in your home state of wisconsin but not nearly as big as in a place like south carolina so wednesday night is church night. You're not gonna get any re- And particularly if you're interviewing republican primary you're not gonna find any voters at nine on all you're calling on the phone calling on cellphone. Whatever they're going to be a church well. This was news to folks that i work for new york. They'd never heard him and that's a cultural sort of discontent right. That's cultural ignorance in that sense right. You understand that that didn't make the nbc biased against religion biased against christianity just uninformed about sort of a cultural nominee that hey wednesday nights is church night in the south ails always had success in selling this liberal bias. Because on on a handful of things. Guns and i'd argue religion. There is a big difference between the cultural sensibilities of people that work in our industry. Look at i call it. Sort of four cultural centers in america right for entertainment. It's la protect. It's essentially san francisco for finance. It's new york and media and then dc for politics all four of them though have a common cultural identity when it comes to perhaps religion when it comes to some sort of cultural norms and so a guy like ails exploited that right really well over a long time so that they could say hey that cruise. There's a liberal bias. When really this was sort of a more of a urban rural divide not a left right. Divide now the republicans have sort of subsumed all of this and it's turned into this. We should have fought back better in the mainstream media. We shouldn't accepted the premise that there was liberal bias. We should defended no. We're we're stuck in. Our bias is facts. You know. I hear the attacks. In fact checkers were they. Check republicans six times more than a democrat. Yeah perhaps the republicans are being factually incorrect. More often than the democrats so my point is that we ended up in this. Both sides trope. We bought into the idea that my god were perceived as having a liberal bias. And i think for the particularly the first decade of the century. I'd say mainstream media overcorrected right. We bought into the fox motto of balance. And it's like jesus there's no balance thing the truth there's fairness that's different than bounce and so in that sense. This is why we're in this defensive posture. Today how do you get out of it when you are also competing with net flicks and take talk in fortnight right. I mean you. You are launching new products right well products. I look at it this way. i think. Meet the press as credible brand. I think when people here meet the press. I think they think it's something serious some about politics some about policy so you hope with that comes in open mind to watch what you do with. Maybe less of an ideological. Let's so that's why i'm going into these other spaces. I mean i do think that cable television is going to go the way that radio Right we saw what happened to radio was brought in mainstream right as people left radio the middle class. Radio viewer left. I don't mean middled lesson and socioeconomic sense sort of more of the the casual radio. Listener may have always had the radio on when they're in their car now always what's on whatever. They're listening to either on their on their device and no longer listen to the radio but in order to get people to create appointment viewing on radio. You had to go have a hot tape right whether basically hot take on sports attack on politics and if you look it basically the legacy cable channels whether in sports or news you're sort of seeing the same thing go the thing that you gotta be leery of and i'd say this is my own producers all the time just because something is hot in the cable news. Universe doesn't mean it's a relevant topic that we oughta spend a lot of time on hence critical racer in a critical race theory. Is that a real issue or is it manufactured issue on the right. Well eventually the answer to both questions. Maybe yes but. I'm not sure made. The press should be giving extra oxygen because i do think it means something when we delve in on an issue. They're going to be more. And more of those issues that i think create these dilemmas for those of us that are not in the partisan space because the partisan space you wanna get a lot of likes or even attention on social media have a hot take on critical racer right now. Right left or right create a hot take. You can get attention so somebody might advise me will. Hey you wanna get extra eyeballs. Why don't you do that. And i'm like what to what end right. I mean some of us have to sort of at some affinity for for wanting to do the best. We can correctly informing folks on the on the issues. They really need to know in.

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05:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Was when he was arguing that what was happening you know. He was defending the president on ukraine and sort of all up at the time president trump. It just evolved into just a. You have no facts on this. Really set him off. I said the president seems to be making something up and you yourself know that he's good at this and i brought up the attacks on his father and the attacks on his wife. I said he made up a conspiracy theory on that. Why would we make up a conspiracy theory about hundred joe by right. You know this firsthand. And he just lost it right. The point is a bid that serve the viewer it may have made him less credible and therefore made it very hard to take him seriously another subject and i think that's a problem. Ted cruz has to deal with right now. I don't take him very seriously on many things. He said because he was so easily bought into a conspiracy theory. And this is the same guy that used to argue donald. Trump's a conspiracy theorist a congenital. Liar so i don't know who to believe or who to trust so i do think there's a point where. An elected official disqualifies themselves from being credible person to put on the air because of their own words and actions. And i think ted cruz is arguably walking that law or may prostate franklin. So one of the reasons. I would argue that crews and others have cross. This line is election. Denial ism yes in now. What we see happening with denial of what happened on january. Sixth and saying ron johnson. The senator from my home state to basically say it didn't happen. Watts of republicans are toiling up. That line why even put them on the air. I don't know if i would the point. I always say i'm not gonna make a blanket statement but i'm not putting on a gas line put on alex jones. Either right at this point. They're the same person that said if you're the local reporter. Nbc reporter in milwaukee. He's the elected united states. Senator what do you do not interview on anything you know. I also would interview vladimir putin. I have interviewed the president of iran. These are known gaslines. Now you go into it and in some ways the audience already knows. This person isn't credible. I think if you are going to conduct these interviews with folks that are known gas lighters. Like ron johnson. I certainly wouldn't do it. Live if you do it. And i think you may have a responsibility to almost warn viewers in advanced. I'm not sure i'd do it even under those circumstances. But i'm laying out a way that if you're gonna do it and i think there are plenty of journalistic outlets like think need to do it and have to do it. Particularly you're in the state of wisconsin. But at the end of the day. You need to make sure your viewers are informed of acts as best as they can so at least form a truth sandwich which is let them know the truth before the interview and the truth after the interview in case the truth gets lost during its notable that we've mostly talked about republican figures. This is i think one of the central challenges of all meteorite even the most partisan media. I just saw that study. That said hard right digital outlets traffic plummet after trump is out of office. Trump is still the you know he still the head of the republican party but the republican party is increasingly divorcing itself from a shared. Set of facs. Right it's going somewhere else a show like yours even a show like this. One is premised on the idea that there are trade-offs and you can make them and we can have this very zayd compromises right. You beat somewhere in the between the thirty. Five yard lines. Yeah but you're talk when you describe talking about vitamin putin in the same breath Humane the united states senator. And there's a part of me that says when you go and talk to putin audiences first expectation is well. You're an american. An american journalists interviewing the president of russia like we're going to just sort of flattened america into one shared interests whether it is or not. But when you talk to a republican elected official. There's not that shared sense of expectation. There's not that flattening of interests and you're just doing combat and if one side is just off making up whatever it wants in the democrats are claiming all the facts. Like how do you even maintain a sense of. I dunno all objectivity or sense of fairness which. I think you're seeing a lot of people seem to one. Well actually i think objectivity and fairness are not the same thing you know. I in some ways. You can't define objectivity as sort of being equal right that we know you can't balance the truth that we know so you've got to be fair and have an open mind now where we did get lost in this. I would say and this sort of happened to to mainstream media in particular is that we did let republican critics getting our heads. Republicans have been running on. There's a liberal bias in the media and if you talk about if you say something long enough there are liberals who say. There's a liberal bias in the media when you see polling now right like i think i'm one of those guys. The point is if you say it enough. A lot of people believe it. This has been a forty five year campaign. I mean roger ailes and pat buchanan nixon guys and basically blaming the media for watergate and it's been a sustained campaign. Roger ailes basically built an entire media empire based on this premise that he created during the nixon era.

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05:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Of my thesis on this show. Is that the distribution formats for media often shape the media itself in extremely dramatic ways that are invisible so meet the press radio show broadcast show. There are big radio broadcast television. Gatekeepers the multi have to come there. They have to literally meet the press. That's all different now. We have eliminated lots of gatekeepers. Your gatekeepers joke is. I'm holding up a gate. There's just no walls that the hinges to the gate connected to anymore. You hold up gate you want. But there's no walls on each side of the gate so you've really you're not. You're not opening or closing the door for anybody. Yes but it's still true that you know being on broadcast television show called me. The press has a lot of signifier 's so even in my career and the editor in chief of the verge. But i'm also cnbc contributor. Never show up on cnbc. My parents are more excited than whenever i publish. Something which is true and this is true for almost every digital journalists. I know that but he worked digital journalism right before it was cool. When i was at the hotline. Yeah before join nbc. I did this for fifteen. Was the editor in chief of trade publication about the amount of times. I explained my own mother that i had a real job for a living. Okay over that fifteen years Was astronomical and i went to work at a company. She heard nbc. Oh now i know what you do for. A living these signifies are enormous right or meet. The press has all these cigna fires traditional broadcast media. Cable news has all these signifies you have access to signify that you can keep people in or out of that room. How do you decide who gets to be in the room to gets to be under show. Look i look at it. As a what's ultimately what is my job and one of the things that i've identified as my job isn't as an educator. My job is to educate you on the next of politics and policy right so alternately. It's about who were bringing on is gonna help. Hopefully the viewer understand acts better ex could be a political dispute behind infrastructure ex could be infrastructure policy itself. Ex could be who's going to be running for president while you're not gonna see a lot of a legislation take place in an even number or something like that. So i'm not interested in the gas if it's about picking a fight gonna bring in because one of the things we learned is why people watch me. Depress people that watch cable news are looking for affirmation. They're not necessarily always looking for news anymore. They're looking for a little bit more of a point of view in one form or the other. According to at least what we've noticed our viewers our viewers are trying to you. Know some of them say simply to get better educated. So i can talk to people at work or for whatever reason it is for their own. Now keep up today with the new cycle. I know there's a lot going on. And i think for instance in the trump era sunday shows in general for all the reasons you pointed out earlier. Which is they're not the only gatekeepers anymore. They're not the only place to go to find out. What a potential presidential candidate what makes them tick but we are pretty good filters at what matters and what did right. And that's what. I also think that we provide as a service. We're sifting out the crazy and trying to keep you know we're not sit. Look there's sometimes you gotta we gotta tell you about the crazy because the crazies having an important influence on decision-making country but ultimately i we try to go back to. What's in the best service to the viewer. And in our case. I've you my viewers somebody whose historically informed but may not be living and breathing the new cycle. The way i do for a living right. I have to for living. But they don't necessarily read it. So if you're wondering that's the line. I sorta strived for straddle. So let me give you an example that i think one time ted cruz. We cover section two thirty. Which is the law that says platforms moderate. We covered a lot. Ted cruz went to harvard law school. I know he's read third thirties. Easy to read. Everybody should do it when he six words. We talked professor cough. Who wrote that book many times. You can just read it. I know he's read it. I know he has training to read it. I know he's read the court opinions about it. He lies about it all the time. He's constantly saying to thirty says something. It doesn't say if you have ted cruz on your show. And he goes on about how to thirty says something that doesn't say now you are in combat right. You have to push back on him. And he's an he's going to keep lying to you. He's and he's not going to back. We'll see this is a case where i don't know if i put them on. We go through this debate a lot right. I never say never on anybody. But i'm not going to put somebody on. Who i know is knowingly. Going to gas light the beaver if they have a specific point of view. That's making an argument about something. That's one thing for instance. I had john bolton on the daily show today. A lot of people may not like john bowl but john bolton's got an ideological point of view a national security issue. There's an honesty to his point of view. That isn't simply about raising money off the internet on that topic right again. We can have a debate about whether you know. Well he's wrong about x y That's fine you know. I understand where you're coming from whether there's honesty about how he advocates for his position. If somebody's going to be dishonest about how. They advocate for something. That is something we have to take into account and i think that is something you have to take into account and interviews. If he is on there to only confuse the situation. Yeah i have to think long and hard about whether that's a good idea. It's the last time. I had ted cruz on probably been about a year and a half..

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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04:18 min | 1 year ago

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"But the policies themselves don't resolve into tidy moments where you can say that person told me the truth about what their policy objective with do or this person had a great idea and it failed in the market of policy ideas. For how do you bring that to a resolution. Because i think that's to me one of the reasons. The more partisan journalists are succeeding. Right now is they're constantly talia narrative and that narrative comes to end points whereas i think kind of traditional journalism doesn't allow for this in points. I take your point now. I would say this. The political marketplace does reward folks who eventually were proven right. Rock obama is he president of the united states without having a demonstrable speech where he came out against the iraq war he was able to show his judgements. He came out against it in two. There was proof he came out against it in. Oh two it was about the closest thing i could think of when you were going with your like all right is there. What can i think of. And i'm like well the iraq war in hindsight right. Here's one of these. Subjective challenge your back. I would argue the iraq. Words is like a formative political doubt right. I was in college. My friends are protesting written getting arrested on lakeshore drive for protesting. If it felt like everybody in the country under the age of twenty five knew it was stupid and the media at the time which was not the internet media. The big broadcast media was like we're doing it. We're charging after an out. I feel like i'm going to be paying for the iraq war for the rest of my life in some way right That is split that has completely broken. Open there's not an issue in america right now where you cannot find some collection of choices making an argument procon in the idea that because obama was against it and he got elected it still doesn't change that repercussion. Right that long running reprecussions but it. It worked for him and gave him credibility on other view. Yeah now lemme argue the other side of it. Tax cuts republicans have argued for your tax cuts paid for themselves right. There is not a liquor truth there is no supports this anyway and then when you present them with the data the tax cuts pay for themselves all well. They would've had they not done this or they would have had you. Not you know so. The problem in american politics is it even when somebody's point of view. Is you know the rationale for decision. They make is proven wrong. They usually because there's enough of a following on one side or the other there's enough people invested in making sure that even when their narrative is wrong they have to defend why it was wrong is that they can say well. It would have paid for themselves. Had there not been reckless ending by the liberal democrats. Some unprovable ambiguous shot. That sort of sounds good to the base of party act so i do see what you're saying. This is the hardest part of. I think covering politics is. I always say fact. Checking is sometimes very subjective in its objective because what i said said on tax cuts that checking. There's no proof that is true but it can't rule that it's not true because they're arguing actually over future facts you know pay for themselves if these ten set of things happen to well. Those things never happened. It doesn't happen in the real world. This is wrong so in that sense. Your point is accurate. Which is this is an extraordinarily subjective world sports and tact ultimately the product works of the product doesn't team wins or the team loose. When you're a small business owner know it feels like to be drowning under a sea of emails whether you manufacture scooters or sell coffee. it's a familiar feeling chains. Get longer information gets mixed up pretty soon. You're sending your bean distributor in order for more yellow toner. What was streaking. Go from treading.

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08:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Director at nbc news the moderator of meet the press. Welcome to you decoder. Thanks for having me longtime listener called. i love it. there's a lot of talk about. You've got some new streaming products. You've got a new extension meet press on peacock which dive into. I want to start with a very dumb question okay. meet the press. Is the longest running show on television. Started nineteen forty seven right. Why is it called. Meet the press because it was a press conference. Believe the voice over at one point. America's press conference because we didn't have white house briefing in nineteen forty seven. We didn't have pentagon briefings in nineteen forty seven. We didn't have state department briefings. Nineteen forty seven so the initial premise of the show besides marketing. A magazine called the american mercury magazine. Which is they developed. A show and its sole sponsor was the american mercury magazine which mr spivak owned if martha rountree is the first moderator but wants to be sort of have owned the show at an own this magazine. The show was started to promote the magazine. Ironically the magazine doesn't exist but shows still best shot to marketing departments out there. Your work outlast. The product you. You were promoting but the idea was just that they invited different members of the press. Four that's who made up the panelists questioners and you invited newsmaker onto take those questions and at the time. There wasn't anything like it. There weren't televised press conferences. Presidents didn't take questions very often maybe a couple of times a year let alone senators. Or you know you'd have the local reporters that they might have in. So this was a first and a dixie started radio. Obviously that's why it was called that this is a show where the title was very literal back when it started. It's obviously a little less literal today. The reason i asked that question. Is i think one of the big challenges for all of us. The media is making sure we attract a new audience a younger audience over time. We bring people along in. I the idea that a politician would come to meet the press on one show once a week. That's seems very far fetched me now. Politicians are constantly meeting everybody all the time on twitter on facebook other social platforms at some point. Politicians are going to start dancing on talk in so the notion that meeting the press is a is a forcing function. I'm curious if you think the title holy back in some way. Because i think a lot of people listen to it and they think they will meet the press that it is instruction to the audience. It's a fair question. I certainly don't let the title limit. What i think the anderson of of the show should be break. I don't believe it's one show anymore. I believe it is a brand that is about politics. And you know the intersection of politics policy. But i i would argue everything. Old is new again while politicians appear to be more accessible than ever. They've never been more hesitant to actually take any question. That is not friendly anymore right. You have politicians lot more on the right than the left. But there's some on the left who just want to go to the friendly confines of a place where they don't get to have to be challenged and things they don't want to be challenged on. They wanna talk to a specific audience. So you know. There's a part of me that thinks i got almost use this old brand as a sledgehammer to get folks back it up. It's a good thing to show up and be uncomfortable and unfortunately right. now they're too many elected officials too many people in power. Think that there's more to lose than to be gained by taking tough questions and so that's to me the challenge that i'm concerned about those. I don't ever want to be in the access game and yet the access game is paying a lot of bills in the social media. Influencers in cable news space. That's not a good thing for the democracy may be good for a specific business or specific show but it is bad for the larger goal of accountability journalists. and so. that's something i worry about. Which is maybe an argument not to drop the name. What do you mean by the accents games. Paying a lot of bills in the social media influence or space. I think there's a lot of folks who want to build an audience based on access access to politicians who politicians or political figures or celebrities is not just an out sex right. The biggest competitors to mainstream journalism are the new model of journalists who some of whom could make their name because they have access to a couple of important constituencies either individuals or specific constituencies and then they sort of build a business off of that and then you know even if they started under the premise of some journalistic guideline as to why they started their program or they started their their why they got into this the audience we've created decide to feed the audience because they need to keep the audience in order to keep the business model. That's one of my concerns about where we're headed with the modern media landscape. I hear this all the time from the tech industry. You can levy that same criticism at cable news. Networks you can renault at the new york times the athletes. I can go sportsworld tech world. We know that in your in the tech world right. There are apple reporters. They don't work for apple but you know who they are right. Yes yeah you get my drift. You know i. I know there are some there are some folks in our in our ecosystem who it feels like. Sometimes their jobs to carry water for apple now that said right the verge exists in the center of ecosystem and there's lots of other big publications that center that ecosystem. Do you think meet. The press exists in the center of the political system in the same way. Our job is to let others decide whether we are. But i think my argument is worth credibility. Play right we've got to be seen as credible in the mainstream media is not about being down the middle. It's about being credible with facts. Honest about how we're covering politics. I would say a cover politics as it is not as i wish it were. It doesn't mean. I'm not gonna cover ideas. That might make things better in some form or another. And that's why you know what we're doing meet the press reports and things like that in part of my sales pitch to somebody to come on the show is. Hey you're more credible. If you take uncomfortable questions you know. And i even say you know what if you don't even like it. You can just crap on me in the interview. Social media friends. I don't care right. I do think that some fennell said separates what we do and what others do is i. Don't care if i'm like now. I say this and of course i care if i'm like right on the human being but i can't really do this job if i'm more concerned about whether i'm offending the person i'm asking the question to rather than asking the question that i think needs to be asked. So that is the world we have to exist in. Why is the burj incredible place for me to find out what's happening in the world. That's real and what's what's a pump and dump over time you guys have got the credibility it says okay when you're reviewing a samsung product. You're reviewing it on the merits. Not because they're advertiser or a potential advertise right. I'm working in the same way. i'm workin insane world. i've gotta be pitching. That's what i've got to be presenting. That's what i've gotta be south. That makes us. It doesn't make sense. Actually that brings me to kind of an interesting point of comparison and something. I think about a lot with the verge we. We were explicitly founded ten years ago and have held onto the idea that people come to verge four personalities for us. Debone our leader of your your views. All the things people trust him. They like him but one piece of that puzzle is he is making explicit subjective evaluations of products. You can trust them or not. You can agree with them or not. And i can tie the new cycle of tech to at the end of this cycle. You're an a product we're going to hear the features. We're going to hear about the antitrust implications of apple bundling a weather at whatever and then is going to hold the phone or i'm going to hold the phone and say it's an eight. All of this stuff added up into this thing. You can hold and you can spend money on it or not and we're going to tell you that's a good decision. There's something tidy about that. I think the actually the only tidier coverage area that i can think of is sports. You can cover all the stuff and at the end. Tom brady wins the superbowl. Just gonna keep happening until somebody else win the super bowl. It's not the case in politics..

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