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"flory" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | Last month

"flory" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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A Positive Attention Economy with Adam Helfgott from MadNetwork

Bitcoin Radio

09:43 min | Last month

A Positive Attention Economy with Adam Helfgott from MadNetwork

"Adam much joining us. Thank you so much for having me really excited. Approach me too and so for those viewers who might not be familiar with who you are. You want to get a little background of who you are. And how you got into blockchain short You know. I'm a kind of serial entrepreneur. Built the built sold a bunch of companies in the regular internet land I company was a god put summer camps online back in nineteen ninety nine and then you know how to fashion startup thousand six but in in Right around when bitcoin came out i saw early. Read at posts and whatnot and Was fascinated by it and I read all the posted. All this stuff. And i didn't quite running a business at the time and quite have the energy to really put up minor unfortunately back back in the early but You know kind of kept tabs on on the project that was declined back in the day and slowly got more and more into it. Invested saul invested sold but started getting really into technology and seeing what the technology can do right around the time of the cerium. Ico where i started doing some consulting work for other blockchain projects that were commercial. Land trying to do concept's flory be credit card companies and things like that helping. I'm a product guy build technology. I really know how to make products for the enterprise and helping you know various early projects and companies apply. What i know into what they know and make things it might might start in in crypto. Just have a firm belief that you know. Blockchain's are as important as Intervention as like the transistor was And like the same gonna take a long time for that kind of integrated change society but the cooler and more fun stuff that exists after. It'll happen so i find it interesting. Because i speak a lot of people in these conferences and it seems that this is a pretty common background people who are serial entrepreneurs who who were involved in the early adoption of the internet days building things on the internet and it seems a lot of those people people are now also in our building on blockchain and has been endless. Powerless draw between the two in terms of growth in the early days and adoption and the protocol layers. And this and that Do you find you mentioned you compared to two transistors And that's more of a tradition obviously a hardware but that that spawned obviously the computer age. And it's interesting you go back that far. I mean most people. I find compared to the internet. Why why did you feel Why do you view it as transistor and as the comparison for that more so than kind of this connective technology of internet. Yeah a question. So so the way. I look at it is the transistor was like the beginning of no allowing like automation With with basically build like to restart replacing humans with technology. Old computers were like rooms of people that had different that like that. There is like a person that they said caters. The here's the problem. We're trying to solve when break it down and give it to like this department. Solve this equation is that and then the output will come out some consolidation. That was a computer is a bunch of people and the same way. Like what we can do with blockchain's which is automated trust transactions and Whole slew of other types of automation. It's foundational piece in like beasley humans to do more Now that's how. I view it in that way there. So you know. Pcp is a layer on top of what transit software blocked our software. But it's cryptography itself as math and it's kinda you it's it's hardware you mentioned early on in this conversation that you're the product guy and i think that's a very product Answer very product focus. Answer now i think it's very fitting unique perspective on this industry and obvious technology because i mostly You know talking to the dreamers. But it's nice talking to the doer. You know definitely get that. You're the founder of the man network of. You're wearing any matt hive sweating to break down a bit. What is the madden network. Yes so so mad network is kind of like the is like the way i vision products and companies and things like that is like You know if. I'm going to be successful at something i need to kind of hold onto it kinda. Pull myself into it and the team into it. Right and ran network is a envisioning how organizations interact with each other in a in a high speed trusted way so You know the the way My my co-founder. Tom and i look at it. Is that that the advertising industry kind of paid for the internet to be built. You know google and facebook and all that kind of stuff like that like what we have now. The internet was largely the infrastructure built out because it was commercially viable to do that. Other months the government's they only go so far. And we kind of see it the same way for for blockchain right so. The advertising industry is kind of decentralized in the business version right. You're a media channel tons of other media channels. They're not. We're not all own jet by one company off the author interact with each other in pseudo trusted ways or else it all falls apart right and so you come up with all these standards in ways and you know in television sign affidavits and we go to court semi like a testings and so all that can be done with cryptography. We save a lot of times. They a lot of money. Smaller media channels can make more money. Less money goes to the intermediaries all the blockchain promises that we seen over. The past bunch of years is cut out the intermediaries and blah blah blah. We need we need application need actual place. That would actually happen. We saw. I've is a commercial entity that you know builds. Enterprise software for advertising. Mad network is the underpinnings of a new way to transfer to do that. Business and the goal is to kind of like overtime a bridge. Those together you know and and not just build something and hope people adopt it but actually build product enterprises that happens to us. Blockchain's yen this problem with this problem that you're providing solution to isn't at the forefront of most people's minds you know the the the average consumer or consumer of media isn't noticing this issue. This is more if you have a media company this. This is something that having behind the scenes behind the screen even like kind of break it down for viewers people who've never even thought of this issue because you're provided a novel solution to its gonna break a little bit of what was the old way of doing business here and the ad network in house different now because blocked not different yet It's starting to be There's an immense amount of momentum about you know close to like three to four hundred billion dollars of a mental every year that powers the existing wet right and so the existing way is basically people trusting each other and we all here especially the united states with our president. That's very concerned with ratings. Waiting is right and what a rating is is how much viewership a media channel gets right and so who and is this one application but something. I think that the person has not totally indoctrinated in the media. Space with understand that you know who makes the ratings and and so you know in the united states abroad. There's a company called called nielsen in that. Probably a lot of people have heard of that. Creates these These ratings at site. How many people are watching in the way that they do that is that they have panel of fifty thousand people or so states that are nielsen homes. All that data goes to nielsen. They crunch it and they say you know this show and this station had this much viewership and what that really means is that now. what the charge that advertising. That's why like the super bowl is like so expensive. The eighty five percent of watching super bowl and probably globally as well And so but now we're and that was a model built in the nineteen fifties. That worked really really well when there's like six media channels are less four really now that we have like thousands and thousands If there isn't a very simple if there isn't a way to price your media properly you need to like hand over your keys to like the kingdom to accompany that would like one of the major social networks are one of the major search engines companies like that. That can do that for you. And they'll happily do that for you. And taking a thirty to seventy percent of your revenue as well in order to like.

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"flory" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:12 min | 2 months ago

"flory" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Of time at our house because my wife has a passion for all things outdoors and unfortunately so does lewis in so they sit outside. They drag me along and i'm not nearly as interested as they are. They get very animated talking this tree in that tree and where to put us for privacy. What to do it this oak over here in this. Who would you be over here. And i don't know the names of any of this stuff lewis you busy this week. You know michael Yes we are busy with The aftermath From this arctic blast. Obviously that we got through Houston and all surrounding counties here A lot of palm trees or Are stressed out bar. A lot of a lot of citrus trees fruit trees or are under distress from being from the coach. After so. yeah we we got our hands full going on right now and so so. Let's start with what trees are the most likely to survive as a species in this region from this cold the most likely that the That we're not terribly concerned With the you know. You're live oak trees. They're they're very hardy trees they they grow Obviously the the best trae less vulnerable to problems and can survive deep arctic blast but they do Absorb some damage from that. Coal co temperature burns all the all the foliage in the trae allow. These lives turning brown. And they'll start defoliated dead foliage A lot of people are concerned about Trees because they're such a big Valuable investment when you start bringing all this these trees and trying to create a your tree landscape So those are We think those will be fine we're recommending to go in and prune and clean out a lot of the unnecessary growth inside the can't abilities oak trees to to relieve some of the freeze damage off the cycling system of the plant So those we think will be fine with a little bit of help. The biggest problem Trays that we're seeing the last few days and and just about anytime we get these. These arctic blast through you know texas Which would be the like the pendle. Palm the queen palm sago palm mediterranean palm eskin palm selling so on. Those trees are more tropical and they're they're really expensive so when our clients have us come in and create that Popular Tropical oasis if you will in the backyard around the cool with all these palm trees when we get these arctic blast it gets so cold. These trees are not used to that top temperature when they get down. Torture gets down to fifteen twenty twenty-five degrees it literally freezes the cycling system of that plant not to mention all the freeze damage That that burns all the fans and these palm so these palm trees. I like right now. These palm trees fans start the they've turned brown and then they start getting heavy and bending and breaking and snapping and just make the palm for look horrible and needless to say you know our customers the homeowners going out there just freaking out because they spent you know tens of thousands of dollars bringing in creating this tropical places where these policies right and so we try to go in and obsessed the amount of freeze damage that these palms have absorbed and what we'll do is go in and first of all taking get all the dead fans out of them And then we'll we'll We'll start doing route. Injections was was sold enrich anders route promoting products green materials. And try to crank that food. Bank we call the vascular system back up and get that cycling system to start producing food. Supply water supply to replenish and rejuvenate upper canopy growth in these and a lot of these palm trees and even the oak trees. We don't want to know even though they're hardier trees we don't want those to get behind the curb and ultimately lose some of those Trees either michael because it wouldn't be alive oak anymore. Well i know you wanna lay is on a tree before you pass judgement on it but as people are looking outside more than anything else just to know how depressed they should be. Are there tale signs that they're tree has died during this freeze when we go in and just like i do your house. I'll go in and meet with my clients and You know listen to their concerns and And then we'll assess the damage In my past history of over forty years of doing this. I've dealt with a few ice storms here in houston unfortunately and if these things are burnt just really really bad I'm the last person that's going to go. Hey let's immediately throw the towel in on the front side. I wanna be more optimistic about going. Okay hey listen you got x. dollar investment in these things. Let's take and let's try to do as amount of damage control as we can with least amount of money as we have to try and try to protect the investment that you have here. So let's let's take inject these these products to try to get that root system cycling. Try to get funded potential fungus spores under control and then let's reevaluating about thirty forty five days sixty days and then at that point we can go. Okay hey look this. One's starting to show signs of producing canopy growth new fans in these palm trees new growth producing in the trees. Then at that point and go. Hey you know what i think. We're we're good to go or we're definitely on the right road Recovering with these trays. And let's go ahead and continue this program to assure that these things go and come out and start button properly and and cycle properly after about sixty days or so ninety days on the outside if we're not encouraged any upper canopy growth. Nothing's going on. I strongly recommend my clients. And i'll tell him that. I am real transparent if i can help you with it if i can see results from a minimum investment. Great if i can't i'm gonna tell you cut the laws get it out of there and bring something else back in to create that tropical away. Sort of are the ultra. He's whatever you know tree that we're putting back in. I just don't want to spend any more money than we just have to run. Most people go louis. I spent again tens of thousands of dollars back here creating this this look that i want. I don't wanna lose this stuff you know so we'll go in and go. Hey let's try to do again. Do this damage control and see what kind of results we can get out of it. And then we kind of make that assessment whether we're successful with that application or not lewis. I'm up against a break. My tree guru louis fleury ability tree experts to eight one. Four four one forty one seventy nine two eight one four four one forty one seventy nine. He is passionate.

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"flory" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"flory" Discussed on KCRW

"Goethe worked hard to preserve the music and language she inherited from her Sephardic Jewish ancestors in Europe. She was best known for writing a panic, a song that became a favorite around the world. Which I actually recorded with the band Pink martini. What some Candelas, Florida go to died last month at age 97 in Alexandria, Virginia. NPR's Anastasia. It's focus has this remembrance Flory Jagoda was born in Sarajevo were her family had lived for generations. They were descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 14 92. At home. She spoke Latino, the language of their Sephardic Jewish community. She sang and played accordion and learn music from her grandmother. Must thank you. It must. Florida. Goethe was a teenager. When World War two began her stepfather put her on a train to Italy under a false Christian name. He told her to play her accordion as a distraction. She enchanted the conductor so much that he failed to ask for her ticket. Later, she was sure that the music had saved her life. She fell in love with an American soldier and moved to the US decades later, she learned that most of her family in Bosnia had died together near their home as she told the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the 1995 interview. Her family was thrown into a mass grave, including her grandmother, her beloved nonna off them. 42 people. You wanna No one is bachelor. Babies. Oh, All the songs. Culture in the United States. She performed and taut and later she mentored other musicians like Susan got to, But for a long time, Gaeta says, there was no Sephardic music or Latino in Florida. Goethe is life. You got his parents who had survived the Holocaust had also moved to the United States and her mother couldn't bear to be reminded of the past. She didn't want to sing a Sephardic song until her mother and father passed away. But when Florida Goethe decided to share her traditions again, there was no stopping her. As she told the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. All the songs she wrote and performed were for the family. She had lost every song that I've written about holidays, it's all about them. They're with me. They're with my Children. They're with my audience. That was Florida. Goto's legacy, Honest as its focus. NPR NEWS, New

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Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language

Marketplace

02:58 min | 2 months ago

Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language

"Goethe worked hard to preserve the music and language she inherited from her Sephardic Jewish ancestors in Europe. She was best known for writing a panic, a song that became a favorite around the world. Which I actually recorded with the band Pink martini. What some Candelas, Florida go to died last month at age 97 in Alexandria, Virginia. NPR's Anastasia. It's focus has this remembrance Flory Jagoda was born in Sarajevo were her family had lived for generations. They were descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 14 92. At home. She spoke Latino, the language of their Sephardic Jewish community. She sang and played accordion and learn music from her grandmother. Must thank you. It must. Florida. Goethe was a teenager. When World War two began her stepfather put her on a train to Italy under a false Christian name. He told her to play her accordion as a distraction. She enchanted the conductor so much that he failed to ask for her ticket. Later, she was sure that the music had saved her life. She fell in love with an American soldier and moved to the US decades later, she learned that most of her family in Bosnia had died together near their home as she told the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the 1995 interview. Her family was thrown into a mass grave, including her grandmother, her beloved nonna off them. 42 people. You wanna No one is bachelor. Babies. Oh, All the songs. Culture in the United States. She performed and taut and later she mentored other musicians like Susan got to, But for a long time, Gaeta says, there was no Sephardic music or Latino in Florida. Goethe is life. You got his parents who had survived the Holocaust had also moved to the United States and her mother couldn't bear to be reminded of the past. She didn't want to sing a Sephardic song until her mother and father passed away. But when Florida Goethe decided to share her traditions again, there was no stopping her. As she told the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. All the songs she wrote and performed were for the family. She had lost every song that I've written about holidays, it's all about them. They're with me. They're with my Children. They're with my audience. That was Florida. Goto's legacy, Honest as its focus. NPR NEWS, New

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Southridge football's perfect season ends in Class 3A semistate against Danville

The Daily Mash-Up

04:28 min | 5 months ago

Southridge football's perfect season ends in Class 3A semistate against Danville

"An impressive win for the Danville Warriors tonight over a very good South Ridge Raiders team. No doubt about it. Bob Danville. They're just really, really good on both sides, the football and you know, like South Ridge had much of the season. Daniel had a lot of playmakers and It was just too much Danville, And sometimes that happens, no matter what you do the other guy on the other side of the field just better on that night and South Ridge nothing to hang their head about a great season. But Danville just really, really solid. Did they get started to Danville? Start out. Get on the board first and can't get ahead. Stay ahead kind of ball game. Well, Daniel did score to make it seven Nothing. Those South Ridge, then answer back on the very next possession with a five yard touchdown run by Carson, the house to tie the game. It's seven within Danville scored a couple of touchdowns. Heading into the locker room at halftime to go up 20 to 7 at the break and kind of, you know, just added on from there, and South just couldn't get anything going offensively. Even with the playmakers we've talked about all season long. It was just really impressive Danville defense of effort and they scored a couple of touchdowns in the second half. To make that final margin. 32 7. So that let's go back to that Flory there at the end of the half. What spurred that for the Danville? They had a flea flicker type of play on a double reverse. They pushed back the quarterback of pain, and he fired it down The field, got him inside the 10 yard line, so they punch it in from there, then get another stop defensively and move the foot ball down the field with their running back. Ethan Dutra hey, was just unstoppable on that fullback spot. He carried the ball 22 times for 172 yards for Danville. Usually he's their short yardage back. In the things that I've watched heading into the game, But he just carried Southridge defenders all night long, and he really was impressive in that little two touchdown Flory once they got the ball inside the red zone. Alright, so second half again, You know it's hard to spot a team like Danville that much going into halftime and you know, it's just all too is your game plan when you're playing from behind. No doubt about in southwards. Traditionally is that trouble coming from behind because they're more of a running type a team and it just seemed like Danville had 18 players instead of 11 on the defensive side of football against South Ridge. They turned him over on south of his first possession, coming out of the break on a fumble and had a short field and again just kept that margin in a comfortable, Ah, pace there, and it was just too much to overcome for South Ridge tonight. What a great year, though for south rich. I mean, if you would seriously at the beginning of the year if you thought you would still be doing games on semi state Friday, uh, You would have taken that opportunity. I think so, Bob, you know they southwards when those programs that reloads every year, but it seemed like they lost a lot of great players some last year, And of course, we've talked about it before. They've been success up to three A with basically a to a roster, and they would never use that. And it's right. Not an excuse, But you know what? Football? That's just the way it is. You know, you have a short roster compared to other strong three teams, but Pain on to make your questionnaire and my answer shorter to your question. I didn't anticipate them going on a run like this, even though they are a really good program. It's just a really, really nice season that we had a season to begin with. And to see it. You know, progress like this has been great for South or just program and Justin, outstanding season. Yeah, And you know what it Scott being is one of them. One of the good guys. Jamie Comber, The damsel coach won the war. The impressive young coaches in our state. And it just two solid, solid guys into programs with rich tradition. As you point out, yes, southwards. We know about them, and I'm not that familiar familiar with sandal, but not just on the surface, but you know they've got good athletics there and deal with the warrior program. And, you know coach coming over from Western Boone, where he had great success and help Western boom beat South Ridge a couple of years ago in the to a semi state. I'm impressed with the way Coach Homer's got Danville going here is the head into that championship game with

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"flory" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"flory" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"When we get back on this okay when rex founders had reek and Pedro came to the US from Brazil. They they were working on a virtual reality startup and they were rejected over and over again from corporate card because they had no credit history and so they pivoted that business from virtual richer reality to financial reality with the BREX card the corporate card that always startups you know are using and rave about. It's a card specifically designed for start ups and here is why thousands thousands of founders are using BREX number one. It doesn't require personal guarantees. So you're not on the hook founders and you don't have your credit score or your assets at risk the underwrite your startup not you as the founder so car limits are up to twenty times higher then traditional corporate cards that makes total sense and they eliminate the hassle of tracking receipts with their automatic receipt matching tool so when he got everybody on different cards and they're spending a bunch of different stuff and you got to reconcile that that's time time equals money. They got the software. You do that and you get huge ridiculous rewards like seven times the points on Uber and you get four times. The amount on travel three times on restaurants my favorite maybe a little Peking Duck Yum yum and two times on reoccurring software. They know what you're buying. They know you're buying that Uber. They know you're traveling getting that Peking Duck. So here's your call to action everybody if you're venture backed startup based in the US of a breakfast built just for you sign up at REX BE REX dot com slash twist and get card fees waived for life. What for life? What a deal? That's B. R. E. X. dot com slash twist and use the Promo Code. Twist at sign up. Okay let's get back to this amazing episode.

"flory" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"flory" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"You're not doing this for others. You're doing this for yourself There's a trend in kind of a a characteristic around this this trend in memed that is a sense of. I don't care what you think about me. I am who I am. God and so from that aspect. It's no coincidence that this was born in kind of within our community although visco girl is not what it means to be a girl on Visco it is just a small snippet and jump onto the APP and kind and if type in visco girl in look through search you'll see that diverse community guy that's representative of so many different walks of life is what percentage of the users are are women. Is this like pinterest where it's heavily so we're not collecting data around that you don't care anyway because we don't need to sell it so for us I mean you can see from the content that young women because it's predominantly under the twenty five is really. You're see this sir taken into the platform what do you think about commerce combined with social networks. It seems like Instagram's clear path and obviously house house and Pinterest have sort of led the way on this an object. That's beautiful that could be purchased as well or a beautiful object in a beautiful image that could be purchased purchase. We we buy things. Visually in many cases we see something gorgeous and we see somebody who were friends with you know champion something the influence of marketing space which I believe although it's maybe derogatory in some cases where people speak about influences in derogatory way I see them as experts and curator's there seems to be a positive that have spent it. Have you considered allowing people to link to other opportunities to buy stuff and then you can get an affiliate or would you allow some great brand or do brands even participate now. Would you consider letting them link out to their commerce pages or just do the commerce in the APP so I mean you can have a Lincoln your profile filed. But that's not what you would use VISCO for so I'd actually look at those craters. Those influencers they are still using this to create their content I'm in back to that. Like playbook a book. Yeah they have the platform. That's going to be focused on commerce and so for us. That's not what we're focused on. We're focused on building a community in an experience at someone's willing going to pay for for a sense of belonging and being a part of so. We're hyper focused on a creative expression Really creativity is a global language. So which I can't can't put a link on the photo itself. No and is that intentional We again always been a thing for me with instagram. I'm like why can't I just linked to what I'm talking about. Here is so hard to again. Click on Lincoln profile again. The the links in the content within an image is less about broadcasting. Seen that out so for other seen it in it's more about you being expressive in creating and finding inspiration so just more like a magazine. Almost report folio was at the intention. There's a bit of that. I think there was a an early concept that we were thinking about was around a museum. Sense.

"flory" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"flory" Discussed on KCRW

"New York. Richard flory is senior director of research and evaluation USC center for religion, and civic culture. Thank you both so much. Q. Coming up what sitting in LA traffic does to people they're leaning on their horns, they're banging on their gearing wheels. You may not be able to hear them. But you. On their faces and gestures road rage. And how it affects us mentally and physically next on press play. Good afternoon. It's one thirty. I'm Eric Roy with Casey w headlines. Interstate five is closed through the grapevine due to snow. The northbound five is blocked off at Parker road in L A county, the southbound side at La Belle road in Kern county, the closure is indefinite and the only county fire department air operations division tweeted that snow has been falling at the fifteen hundred foot level in the Santa Monica mountains above Malibu. Authorities warn that roads there will be slippery. It sounds almost like the teachers strike teachers in Oakland went on strike this morning demanding higher pay and smaller class sizes. They also want the school district to hire more counselors and school, nurses, Oakland technical high school student Orlando Scott supports the strike. He tells KTV UTV the problems just keep stacking up. And I feel like this year. It was just so noticeable when like, you know, our teachers had to make resources for us out of their own pocket. You know, we don't have any books that have the classroom. So just make. Google slide presentations that cover the talk. Actually having like a new textbook from the eighties or whatnot. The.

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"flory" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"flory" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Jumper is well off the Marco Marie had the rebound lost its scramble for the loose. Ball Fleming came away with it. And here comes main who lead four to three ten into the game. Baker really struggling shooting the ball flory Jerry last couple of games. Yeah. Is last five games? He's twenty three for seventy six to your point. L Darwich has it straight away for main shot clock at ten guarded by Baker bounce pass to the right side for white get it to flooding who's hit and felled by almost on the right side of the paint. First foul for Eugene barbasol is offering your chance to score big joined the barbasol shave bug grab your premium starter kit for just sixty nine today with good basketball had barbasol dot com. Game on. Kayla McConnell has checked into the game. So as miles Johnson for Rutgers held Darwich to throw it on the baseline with twenty to shoot get it into easy. He misses from in close gets his own rebound handed off to L Darwich on the far side nail Darwich dribble. Drive to the line up with reverse spins and with the left hand and main is up six to nice move at time by Darvish sixteen twenty to play here in the first half. Mcconnell farside is touch past. Oh, marina, turn shoots. Mrs tip goes from aisles Johnson. Pensive rebound directly likes them two to six four just about to say Rutgers hasn't got the ball inside against that zone. That time did and got a good show. L Darwich on the far side. Looking for Fleming makes the catch turns gets in the air and banks own the shot over kiss, and it's eight four main same as at a better job getting inside so far Joe. Well, guess Amanda. Amanda a little bit easier. That's for sure. But he is really a good wire McConnell for Baker long three off to the right. No good all-maroon tracks down the rebound in the right corner. Lobbed the past cross-court Peter kiss faked the shot dribble. Drive up. No an offensive foul called on kiss. And we'll get a time out fifteen twenty eight to play here in the first half main leading Rutgers eight for the Rutgers IMG sports network. By coke zero sugar with great coke taste. Can.

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"flory" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"flory" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"More on the Steelers, flory Hudson, interesting thoughts on Pittsburgh. And what is next? Ed bouchette covers the Steelers for the Pittsburgh post gazette kind enough to join us. I'm sure a busy day and what's next in this situation? Dan. I'm just trying to write something about that Belkin come in at any time up to ten weeks and scientist franchise tag. They they'd have to take him unless they're gonna resend it, and they're not going to do that. But what what his teammates the way they reacted yesterday. I wonder what that whole thing is going to be like if he joins them anytime soon, and you know, they have to they have to start using. That was what was surprising. It's rare when players talk about other players teammates money. They may say it, privately privately, but not publicly in here. You have the offense of line. I'm curious if Mike Tomlin is you know, is there a moratorium on this topic? Do you think today that when you guys get a chance to go in and talk to the Steelers is anybody talking about what they were talking about yesterday. Well, it won't be for another hour to we can go in there again. But I think most of these guys are going to say, look we sell what we said yesterday, and that's gonna be it. I mean, I've been allowed around these guys long enough. These offense of why I'm here forever. And I just think that's what hobby will approach it. But they were angry because they they believe he was gonna come in. And now that he's holding out. It's it's it's it's throwing a wrench into their offense. A guy like Ramon foster who their starting guard here for a long time is thirty two going into the last year of his contract. This may be his last chance to try and win a Super Bowl. And he he believes his his teammates hurt. What's the likelihood of the Steelers trading Levy on Bill? Well, the problem there is no other team can give him a long term deal. That's part of the whole thing. If he if he's traded if they pulled the franchise, tag, it'd be a free agent you can make any kind of deal he wants. But if they trade him, and of course, he'd have to sign the deal, and then trade I'm so you'd have to have something worked out with his new team. And you know, maybe they can get a, wink, wink, you know. Hey, we'll we'll we'll we'll do this for you next year. But I don't know in this league. If if if you know if he gets hurt or something else, they're not gonna sign him to a big deal next year that team if it's a devastating injury. So there's no guarantee for him that way either I don't see a trade. Could you see a scenario where he sits out for nine games? And then says, hey, I'm going to show up. And then the Steelers say, no, we're good without you lady on then that screws up free agency for him, doesn't it? Well, not really because he would be an automatic will become an automatic free agent. And that's still only a little bit more than half the season. I'm sure there was a team out there who would be willing to give him a long term deal. Starting right now, you know what? I mean. I mean, let's say a contending team. Like, wow, no, the forty Niners who need a running back. You know, they could sign them for five year deal for Bubba, blah. And that would be that. And and push for the playoffs this year. Maybe he's the final piece that can that can do that. What if James Connor plays? Well. You are thinking like the rest of us, Dan that of course, is there. Hope now. And actually Ramon foster said this the guard said this to me yesterday. What? Oh, four eight. No. And he comes in and and Connors playing great. But what do we do? You know, we can't we're not going to change everything for him. I think he would either be the backup or they will have to decide right then. And there if they want to then pull the franchise tag. Oh boy. This is my problem with the Steelers said, and you've been around there a long time this. This team finds drama or drama finds it. You're right. It's every year that just feels like that they do it. They almost self employed there just something about it. I I don't know if it's if it's Mike Tomlin, or it's Ben or if it's just because you have that one of the study is ownerships in NFL history. But it just feels like there's no trickle down here. Last year was a big drama air and we're off to a fast start. Oh, man. Yeah. It's you know, it's it's it's one thing. I mean, maybe the Steelers should never have tagged him. I think probably they look back. They would have been better off signing another veteran running back using that money. Find an inside line backer in free agency would say desperately needed. And then draft a running back. Lady on. Hey, thanks for your efforts. But we're using this fourteen and a half million on in these other areas, I think they would have been better off doing that. But it goes back to Dan Rooney's saying he wishes he would have never cut Franco Harris, even o Franko was in his waning days. They don't like to to get rid of great players. And I think that that was the bottom line here. Is there tension like can you feel it when you're in the locker room around this team? You could yesterday. Those line or hot embers are still burning in there Dan in the locker room. Yeah. They were they were not happy. I've I've only seen that once or two other times one or two other times warm was last year when James Harrison signed with the New England Patriots after he allegedly kind of forced the Steelers to cut them. But he was gone by that this is this is teammate who still may come into that locker room have fun today. Ed, we appreciate your time. All right, Dan. Thanks for having me on Ed Musha covers the Steelers the Pittsburgh post gazette. I'm guessing those offensive lineman have nothing to say today. Yeah. You can take away lady on bells leverage, if he has any leverage by blocking James Connor James Connor all of a sudden is a respectable running back there. This team is going to move on move forward with this. But there's nothing that you can do. Now, I was trying to understand this. If he comes back, and then you say, we don't want you back. Does he then become a free agent, mclovin? Instantly actually Ian Rapoport reported that the Steelers do not intend to rescind the tender offer. That's so whatever that means that they're they're gonna keep the tender offer out there. The franchise the franchise it's the Steelers. So they I think based on that headline they can pull back they want to. But they said they would not do that. Yeah. For two Leon bell. Tonya Harding with James, Connor. Thank god. Harmony you harmonized James Connor not to play. Well, thank you, John. These going to take a lead pipe to person. Wow. Got to keep an eye on that situation while the embers of burning in the locker. John. Man, you had two great days. Yesterday's show is so good booking. Rick Pitino on the fly. Locker was great little realm. Slipped with the mock headlines a little bit. I agree. Mike headlines weren't any good. You can rally rally tomorrow Kay. I'm gonna give it a shot. All right. Thank you, Tom. Yes. Mclovin. Bells going to miss eight hundred fifty five thousand dollars per game. I feel like everyone saying, well, why don't you just go in you can't you can't reveal your deal? Now. It's passed the deadline. So just go in and get a million dollars a game. He doesn't want to get hurt. Right. Faking injury. He he wants the best of both worlds. Remember, I told you that yesterday, I was sort of joking. But it was presented to me in this way. That maybe later on bell gets to the point during the season where he goes in at hamstring is just a little tight like I said that yesterday in a whimsical manner, and I wouldn't rule that out you come back. Those who do we will we plan man little sore here in the ravens mclovin that hurt his value in? I have no idea how these GM's are going to do this. What kind of team would sign him like the Redskins are jets moved to pay for jets the forty Niners. I'm trying to think who else was involved in. This felt like there were a couple of teams that colts that they would be possibilities for Levy on Bill. Ryan in Virginia. Hi, ryan. What do you have for me today? Yes, sir. I had a question about the religious feeling your comments on Mike Tomlin. You know, it seems with all the talent that they always have there you'd think that they would have you know, three or four Super Bowls by now. What at what point? Do we start looking at and thinking, you know, maybe he's not the guy. Well, you have to understand that they've had three head coaches, and they're very loyal. I don't know what it would take for them. If they don't make the playoffs this year. Then I think you would have some people at the door barbarians would be at the gate, then, but you're right. I thought that they would have at least a couple of Super Bowl appearances the last couple of years. I'm not even saying wins just getting there. I thought that they were I thought they were the most talented team in the AFC. And you don't win. Ryan shazier went out that defense all of a sudden that defense was NANDA. I mean, it was. Optional it felt like they got embarrassed those last what five or six games of the regular season. Just embarrassed. There was letting everybody light him up that was what was really surprising there. But if they don't make the playoffs then might be a little bit different there in Pittsburgh, Pete and Texas joins us. Didn't get your idea on what the AFC south looks like with the interlock back as well. As the Shawn Watson also had a couple of mock headlines. I wanted to see how they rank chickens fritzy's. Okay. Well, you got Jacksonville who's the class of the AFC south. I think with I just wanna see what Andrew lucked does. You know? I might I might underestimate what I think he's going to do. And I'm fine with doing that. Because I don't want to get caught up in Andrew luck back in the colts are going to be respectable team. Who else am I the Texans? I got two key guys that are coming back from injuries. And I just don't know how you can place any confidence in love Watson. But JJ coming back. I don't know the Texans feel like they're. It feels like they're on the cusp. But then all of a sudden J J doesn't play or Watson's not one hundred percent. It could go south in a hurry for them as well. And then the titans are just the titans. It just feels like seven nine eight eight or nine hundred seven of all goes. Well. What mock headlines. Do you have for me? So I've got lady onto bell run by Olin comments. Okay. Steelers lady on on a prayer with a bell questionable for week one. Oh, okay. Bon Jovi there. All right. Well, thank you. It might be a little better than fritzy's. Latvian a prayer..

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"flory" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Tomorrow for mike florio and jon stashower stash will be back next week flory will be back the last week of july i believe just as a minicamps camps already come and gone but just as camp actually gets here usually a good way to gauge it on the sports calendar i always know that we're gearing up and we're getting ready for football is the week of the golf tournament up at lake tahoe is is there a more beautiful lake than lake tahoe the perfect winter and summer getaway in paradise that they have a right in the middle of july you see all the golfers all the athletes and the golfers all get together for the appro and the championship of course we're all over it with nbc sports radio we have some live broadcasts coming from up there and then right after that you know that football is here we'll have the hall of fame game so plenty to come with the national football league and we'll talk more nfl throughout the course of the show coming up pete fox will join us shortly as well too with the nfl i am going to talk about the new developments that we have now with the brother of john jenkins and being arrested on the murder of the young man who was found at the house of jenkins who has been in florida a reportedly since the mini camps have broke as well too so it's just it's just not good news because there's a guilty by association stigma that we have that hangs over a lot of these athletes whether it's fair or not it's just the world that we live in we talked earlier in the program about the dodgers heating up one of the reasons they did so well last year was the success of yet another youngster velodrome.

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"flory" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The democrats are talking about the flory's decision they ignored it totally the new york times told people it didn't even exist that there was no law preventing trump from doing what he is executive order maggie haberman and her crew at the new york times reporting that trump was lying when he said there was a law preventing him doing what he did with his e oh they said there was no law then trump signs is executive order now they're all talking about the floor raise decision preventing trump for doing it they're the ones who have been totally exposed not just the democrats the media as well they didn't say they never reported a word about this flurry settlement twenty years old meaning again the children illegally illegal immigrant children separated from their parents because the parents are being charged cannot be detained logger twenty days so twenty days comes you got to let them go parents still in jail ergo family separation how did it happen democrat immigration law that's what trump and kirsten nielsen have been saying well the democrats have been reporting that because it doesn't serve their purpose now all of a sudden when they want to make it look like trump to nobody's doing and trump is overstepping his executive authority now they start citing the floor is settlement so here's the west of the son of mario pious in soundbites zero tolerance they arrest the parent when you arrest the parent the question became what do you do with the child because you cannot by law by the flora's decision put the child in detention facility what you can't for longer than twenty days you gotta let them go now this all happened on cnn last night where they thought they were going to embarrass trump and blow his executive order to smithereens wolf blitzer said look the executive order says that the president orders the attorney general to promptly filed a request with the us district court for the central district to california to modify the flory's decision would that solve this issue if you can only detain the children for twenty days if you could have modified the decision you wouldn't have had the problem in the first place now they're answer is we'll go back to court and court will allow us to put the children in the detention center my guess is they won't be using the two thousand children as political pawns to put pressure on congress but this executive order is not going to do it and using two thousand children pulling them out of the arms of their parents is as disgusting a process as i've ever seen and it really says as a country we should take a look in the mirror and are we still the united states of america okay so now trump is fully exposing these people for the hypocrites that they are the.

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"flory" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on WTMA

"To the show this is red eye radio all across america eight six six ninety redeye he is eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara you know when you looked at the whole immigration thing and the court case of of flurries and realize that when you know doing our due diligence at that flurries is just a flame more of a framework a framework until congress comes up with with a you know a policy it's in so long until it's chain right through policy or congress or the department of justice has gone back to the courts renegotiate but the judge actually said this is a framework until congress and that's why congress could come up with the law which would supersede flory's and and the and the problem with detention centers the reason that they can only stay twenty days is because they're not viewed as state licensed facilities and therefore they have to be state licensed facilities and so d h s was attempting to go the regulatory route and have federal licensing of all the facilities which could open the door for longer stays that floor is necessarily doesn't say that you can't keep families and and you know at at a family residential facility for a much longer time until a decision is actually made says you can't keep the children there right but it says you can't keep the children there but it's based on the fact that they're not state licensed facilities they're not adequate for for for families and if they so the regulation that the dhs was trying to get through would increase that you know make it so federal conditions yeah you would have federal licensing changing conditions and the draft said the administration currently holds families for an average of forty five days and is examining the cost estimates that would expand into an average of forty five days they were going the regulatory route and then the president came out with the zero tolerance policy and so they may be going back to the you know who knows they may be trying to go back to the regulatory thing again but they said the problem with that is that how long does it take to pass a regulation through the regulatory so first of all you have to do a notice of proposed rulemaking then that has to have public comment period that will go on for there's a minimum amount of time for each public comment period after public comment period then that department will come back and and issue the ruling based on the public feedback but but likely based on the the agenda of the administration at the time so it is the you know know it is a long process but that rule can also be challenged in court any rulemaking by any department can be challenged in court so.

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"flory" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"Any of those two days who ran all the proofs of for all the properties that want verify right so let's say thousand lines of code any takes today's right verify completely but it's coming to money once we write the properties for complete auto muddy they can imagine if you have a program that is one hundred thousand lines in linguistics your or java that will take a lot of time on this undis you know you head it you can provide lebas you can you know give hints on and heavy but then he's leveled illogic and it's it's more work for his so i would say in the first of all i think oldsmar contracts should be verifiable or should be verified actually these days the most i would say the most saying that that the people bet their money on smart contract the not verified because you know if any flory's there than than than you know things can can go completely wrong and he's noted heart verified as mark contracts yes it's harder to define larger programs but people are really you know consensus algorithms and so on those are very very hard to get right and verify very hard even specify wedding what used for them to be secure in credit that is my themselves they they are very low in youth we can do it right now we should community so last week on epicenter we had a silica come on and talk about their skill language and their schooling that they're building is like they're designing to be very designing it for compilation to caulk at some point and for now they're doing all of the translation to cough by hand and in the end they want to get into compile to cock is the idea with k is instead of all of these different smart contracting languages compiling compile call they just have to specify in k and ideas at k will then be able to compile to conquer trump and is possible already is already o'clock in the back end and more interesting actually can take the proof and translate into proofs in the logic underlying k matching legit though he such you can take bruising poke into k actually.

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"flory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Are there no problems there it's just that the same challenges analogous in model building you don't want to give someone your model because you invested a lot in creating it so can you protect that in some way now the obvious answer i'm sure a lot of engineers have already figured out is of course make it a service send me arrest request never giving you the model just give you the answer you pay me whatever use and that's a nice solution except for the results of this gentleman flory and tra mir that i interviewed on data skeptic last year about stealing machine learning models from the cloud and the moral to the story if you want the technical details i'd refer you to his paper or do our episode is without too much effort you can steal a cloudy pi now if that cloud api is streaming and real time and that kind of thing there could be some added challenges there but a static sort of model it can be extracted and someone can take that assets you think you have protected behind you arrest service data is the new oil everyone's heard that term federating that data is key to success a lot of companies have what i like to refer to as the unfair advantage g mail pretty much solve spam how did they do that they became the best email client and they got the majority of the users to use their email so they saw the spam coming in our gracious host today tell assign they have an unfair advantage in their phone intelligence products the more clients they add the more data they see and each of the individual clients couldn't provide the same intelligence because they don't see the world of opportunities that this company sees steam just to throw random one in the video game company if you develop an app you can put some cool analytics in it put in some tracking and stuff and you'll know about your users but how do your users compared to other games she was going to take off or not you have no idea but steam really knows already they want to study it weighs is probably the best example yet they got just enough people to be on that app and all your gps is sending back data so they have.

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"flory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Are there no problems there it's just that the same challenges analogous in model building you don't want to give someone your model because you invested a lot in creating it so can you protect that in some way now the obvious answer i'm sure a lot of engineers have already figured out is of course make it a service send me arrest request never giving you the model just give you the answer you pay me whatever use and that's a nice solution except for the results of this gentleman flory and tra mir that i interviewed on data skeptic last year about stealing machine learning models from the cloud and the moral to the story if you want the technical details i'd refer you to his paper or do our episode is without too much effort you can steal a cloudy pi now if that cloud api is streaming and real time and that kind of thing there could be some added challenges there but a static sort of model it can be extracted and someone can take that assets you think you have protected behind you arrest service data is the new oil everyone's heard that term federating that data is key to success a lot of companies have what i like to refer to as the unfair advantage g mail pretty much solve spam how did they do that they became the best email client and they got the majority of the users to use their email so they saw the spam coming in our gracious host today tell assign they have an unfair advantage in their phone intelligence products the more clients they add the more data they see and each of the individual clients couldn't provide the same intelligence because they don't see the world of opportunities that this company sees steam just to throw random one in the video game company if you develop an app you can put some cool analytics in it put in some tracking and stuff and you'll know about your users but how do your users compared to other games she was going to take off or not you have no idea but steam really knows already they want to study it weighs is probably the best example yet they got just enough people to be on that app and all your gps is sending back data so they have.

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2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs - Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals preview

Gary and Larry

01:06 min | 3 years ago

2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs - Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals preview

"To you by amazon music washington hockey fans can be forgiven right now if they decide to hide under a couch for the next two weeks their capitals are about to face the twotime defending stanley cup champion pittsburgh penguins again the last two seasons and moved to the cup the penguins have eliminated the cavs there's more the penguins have won five cups each time beating the caps along the way all the teams have met in ten playoff series pittsburgh winning nine the only win came in the first round in nineteen ninety four teams have met three times in the crosby ovechkin here the first time was in two thousand nine well veteran with rob by marc andre flory on a breakaway three minutes into game seven crosby scored soon after an penguins went on to win the cup the caps are still trying to get passed round to worth remembering yankees red sox two thousand four the nail and become the hammer made on john reminiscing with amazon music remember coaches halftime speech back in junior high that song he played probably one of the game what was it again alexa play the song that goes burn with determination.

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"flory" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Ability around that line someone which is substantial and that's often the really interesting stuff those are the slots the mole rats the weird animals that we all like to study those are the animals at attract a lot of biology and those the animals that were ignored because they're not averaged actually would love to have a conversation with you off air about figuring out a way to do a follow up to this thinking about animals like sloth because you know i'm reading everything you're writing and it's all about like fat stores and food limitations and you've got an animal likes loss who have you know approaching zero percent body fat and live in an environment surrounded by food so it's the other thing we should i think duty fun to think about and probably lots of people listening would think this is interesting as well is thinking about homo erectus homo but is it flory insists neanderthal and homo sapiens like that sort of that competition do you think we just store more fat than everybody else that's why we made it doesn't have anything to do with how smart we are yeah i mean i think there's a lot of room for exploring the very ability animal bowls that fall way off that trend line i'm kind of due to the world of law matry there's you know people who do this that's all they do the theory of lama tree scaling relationships in biology and i think the next big thing in that world is not explaining the trip but the very ability around the trends.

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"flory" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Their free this next laser story is out of marianna pennsylvania a thirty year old guy named glenn flory went into a bank earlier this month and rob the place he's rarely workout glenn us note then said quote just give me the money and nothing else will happen and then he signed his name under that yeah his real name here's my address not gonna tell you my real identity but my family named me glen flory birth certificates you can check it out still to tell her gave him around thirteen hundred dollars and then call the cops when they arrive police studied the surveillance tapes and his signature figured out glenn was behind the robbery i wonder how they figured it out probably because he recently opened an account at the very same brand three days earlier the database joy and he gave him all his information tracked him down within four hours and arrested him criminal mastermind watch movies this next laser story is out of sweet treat headquarters company in england just invented a product called tan gumy's which they say are gummy bears that make you golden brown delvaux rain ball from the like that sounds really raw amazing company says waiting to happen the first edible tanning supplement ever oh my god i want this they use a special blend of vitamins to safely.

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"flory" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"flory" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And so he did what a crazy stupidity it's will do any robbed a bank pretty garden variety right we read about the bank robbers all the time of course his name is glen flory and one of the reasons we know that is because the note he handed to the teller was signed glenn flory the note said just give me the money and nothing else will happen glenn flory the teller gave him thirteen hundred dollars and promptly called the cops gave him the name glenn said by the way his name is glen flory i know that because he signed it on the note they were able to track him down within four hours and arrest mr glenn flory don't sign your name you don't have to like did he say love glenn floor your your friend or sincerely no you don't sign that note thank you i know all right when we come back here on the colleen and bradley show we did ask a daily step judgment on the mytalk one zero seven one facebook page it's this or that question we asked one every single day we ask you to answer it then we read through your answers in judge you for them what was the question bradley day the question was hegi us or jacks yeah we will get to your answers and we will we will also visit with our friend danni on the other side of this on mytalk one zero seven one wow that's all there is to say somehow we mytalkers seem to figure out a way to mix our favorite things from the world of pop culture with trying to make a difference in the real world that we all live in because of your generosity we raised.

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