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"frederic" Discussed on Hustleshare
"So what happened is at some point. Lead booster was big machine. We had two hundred guys. We could lead to rally manage something from a-to-z from strapped to prediction to media buying driving name. It we had it. So we're saying you know. There is an abrupt and we were also seeing the market. We're seeing the trend growing so at some point we say you know what at some point people are going to try to do something else online just sending misogyny renews on yahoo and things like that so there is a road for us there. Let's show our own venture and we decided to launch a Because at the diamond you know it was e commerce is interesting. Because that's the modell would generate revenue very quick and the groupon modell at the time was very simple knows Logistic a simple product. You click you buy the sora. We said there and we launch it. We decided to to clone that thing. The anybody's we launched it in. I don't remember exactly. But six months. After i remember that i had the fierce somewhere but now not followed but i knew it was mobile and forced seeks after it was forced clue of what we were. Yes there are everywhere. I was unseen every was could being us And everything because one of the challenge cash cash is you realize very quick bet the groupon modell is not adapted to the for military verizon and an end but the we'll take an hour to discuss about it but had to tweak it in lots of different aspects of and each time who are making a tweak. The competition was making saved week. It was We realized that at some point there was a problem because the margin was also collapsing. Little bellied also correct in six months we had to move from groupon. Basically real ecommerce like okay. We have to create more barrier at the entrance but has no other option..
"frederic" Discussed on Hustleshare
"What led you to the philippines. Read because now again you talked about how being what. What's the path between the rich and king and how you can be both. But how did you get into the philippines. And what was it like. Where lou debt demon still exist in you a laundry ownership when you got here or did you go to a different path. Where i would say that to phoenix. Bring me in the Number one at that time. I just sold the company so i had some Some founds a. I mean to try something else and the second thing is love their hero. Miwa whenever i mean she's still a filipina dina and we were living in france. Then at the time you know. The cold temperature the legendary friendliness of the france. She's so you know she. She was not as happy as we were looking. Maybe for a an opportunity to go back in as yet to be transparent at first we thought about singapore tried and didn't like didn't like actually the the people. It was like paris in a way. No guy wants mile. No one is very friendly and Beside from a business perspective i was not super flash of the fact that the local market is as close to nowhere. So when you build something you really have to be image at reached out and the south as is not like europe in europe. There's a lot of common disposition among all the countries plus is no border policy in all of that. So whatever you are building you just have to translate in bats figure in the news In yet it's different. I mean phoebe dino and the korean get name is our in indonesian. it's supercomputer it's day or night. It's much more complicated to be a but their culture is still different. You're the one. That's coming from an asian so it's all good. I got away with that to. Yeah exactly does the thing. So i was not super excited and i used to go in the philippine quite often because of my wife i knew the on shell of the country i knew the people and i mean not all for will say that but if you know how to how to adapt yourself how you get work and build great team. We've we've we've defeated beano so we said okay. Let's try philippines. Definitely you will be happier. And i think it's a road that's how we ended in the vp sexually. Got it and why booster why why did digital agency. We'll what what what's in it. Because that's also a very cutthroat environment with your competitors those jill vs there's all these guys who's been there forever. How did you carve out. A path eventually led to an exit. So it's very funny Story so you remember. I told you when i left my parents. I image that some businesses in one of the business was jesse agency grow grow grow in became actually quite big. And that's the business sold before leading friends actually and We wear the first issue agency in france meeting talking again about a time. The millennial don't even know what it is that there was no agencies specialize in digital at the time it was agency who was doing everything. And you know you would not ask your baker to give you meet you go to the butcher for me right..
Frederic's third-period goal carries Bruins past Penguins
"Dan what are was a winner in his first NHL start as he made thirty four saves in the Bruins two to one victory at Pittsburgh David Pasternak gave let our early support by scoring three twenty into the game but the Bruins needed Trent Frederic school seven oh seven into the third period to win for just the second time in six games what are blank depends after Brandon can have beat him late in the first period the penguins ended a six game winning streak and stayed five points off the east division lead with Boston another three points back I'm Dave Ferrie
Bruins respond to head shot with 5-1 victory over Capitals
"The Bruins responded to another cheap shot by Tom Wilson by scoring three times in the second period of a five one win over the capital's Wilson smash Brandon Carlo's head into the glass with ninety seconds left in the first period less than a week after Wilson's questionable hit in the game against the penguins territory was one of two Bruins who went after Wilson afterward you can't have guys taken liberties with that you know our players out there I think that's you know that's the way you know I've always played its way a lot of guys on the team played you got to recognize that you know it's a little bit of a cheap shot a and R. guy goes down and and we responded in a big way after they hit Trent Frederic Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand tallied in an eight fifteen span of the middle period Marchand finished with two goals and an assist as Boston climbed within one game of the gaps and islanders for the east division lead I'm Dave very
Capitals' Ovechkin fined $5K for spearing Bruins' Frederic
"Bruins look to bounce back from their shootout lost last night when they play the Washington Capitals again tomorrow night at seven. Capitals Win or Alexander Ovechkin has been fined $5000 by the NHL today for sparing these rookie Trent Frederick in the third period of last night's game after Frederick had been physical with him the entire night. The rookie was asked today about getting under the superstar skin. You know, he's a good player, so anytime you get a check on him, obviously trying to do that. Just just play them hard to his good clear. That's respect to give. It is just by playing marks and
Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe
"David Foster not completed his second hat trick of the season by scoring with two fifty six remaining in the Bruins seven to three outdoor win over the flyers at Lake Tahoe Pasternak scored in the opening minute of the first two periods before registering his second hat trick versus the flyers this season they sell side one timers on thoughts are harmful go to so I use guys just try to get it on that and you know it's always it's always a good start out the game and the score for shift than on it okay get on the ball right away Charlie Coyle Trent Frederic at Nick Ritchie scored in the one thirty nine span late in the second period to give the Bruins a six to lead Craig Smith Brad Marchand John Moore and Connor Clifton each had two assists in Boston's first win in three games I'm Dave Ferrie
"frederic" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Saturday night on the circle on 93, WNBC. 2020 election cycle has left you depressed and disheartened. Not all the news is bad. I'm here to brighten your day a little bit with some good news to distract you from the otherwise dismal affairs. You're listening to Saturday night on the circle on your host, Ethan Hatcher doing is always by Dr David, A professor of political science at the University of Indianapolis. And if nature's your thing this is pretty cool for the first time in about 200 years. Bison are roaming free in northern Indiana, you can see over two dozen bison. They've been released earlier this fall across the 1000 acres of can icky sands nature preserves in Newton County, Indiana, the Nature Conservancy there has been planting native prairie for fauna and marsh plants since 1997 and now the culmination of their work. Has allowed for the bison to be released and roam free tank aqui Kankakee. Sorry, that's OK. Where, where? Where the buffalo roam. Well, that's Kankakee County, Indiana. Kentucky National Park, Indiana. It's now the crossroads of America is where the buffalo and bison room Also an interesting decision coming out of the state of Oregon as they were the first state to move forward, decriminalizing possession of small amounts of street drugs like cocaine and heroin and methamphetamine, while also becoming the first state to legalize the therapeutic use of psychedelic mushrooms. This is a move that was advocated by the director Cat, Cassandra Frederic of the Drug Policy Alliance, who said Today's victory is a landmark declaration that the time has come to stop the deep or stop criminalizing people for drug use. I know ultimately this position is going to be controversial. Certainly it was controversial within the county or the state. Rather, it was supported by the Democratic Party. And several doctors while being opposed by some prosecutors and the Republican Party, But I think logically People can understand these air, not exactly safe drugs understandable. But if you can understand why we don't imprison alcoholics for buying alcohol than you can understand why we should imprison addicts for buying drugs. Even while maintaining the criminality of distribution. You know the mass distribution. The small scale possession is what was legalized here, and I think that's a step in the right direction because stepping open the door. Well, if we're talking about any kind of measurement of the war on drugs, then drugs have won the war. The war on drugs has not curtailed the use or distribution of illegal substances. In the United States or the addiction to those substances, and there's ample evidence to suggest that decriminalization, if not outright, legalization, actually curtails usage of some of these dangerous substances. I would say you've got to make a distinction between soft and hard narcotics and these air, hard narcotics, and that's why I think it's dangerous. Well, the beauty of the legislative processes on the federal system is now Oregon is the nation's laboratory. Louis BRANDEIS. You're listening to Saturday night. The circle. 93 WNBC hammer Here for Indies hometown sportsbook Bet Rivers. Look, I've played on all the other sports betting APS and nobody does it better than Bette rivers. They reduce the juice. They reduce the odds on the NFL Games. Profit boosts every Sunday for the NFL, and this is what you're looking for, is the sports bettor. You want to make your wager and get the most money back possible. This is why.
Who Was George Fredrick Handel
"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history. On this episode, we're talking about a composer George, Frederic Handel and I resist the urge to have upon here and say that we going to get a handle on handle. But let's get a handle on hindle. He was born in sixteen, Eighty five in Hallo- Germany the importance of that year is it was the same year as the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach sixteen eighty five was a great year for the birth of composers apparently, and now Bach to handle and I promise. I'm done with punts. Well handle was originally set to be a lawyer but he loved music and he quickly showed his prowess as an organist and at composing, and so he said off to be a musician. He spent some time traveling around Italy and then he was musician for the elector of Hanover. Now, the importance of the elector of Hanover was that he was the heir to the throne of England and when Queen and died childless the elector of Hanover became King George the. First of England handle moved with him to London and the year was seventeen off and from then on hand spent the rest of his life in Britain, and he's while born in Germany and German descent is known as an English composer under George. The first t founded the Royal Academy of Music, which he directed for fifteen years early on in London Handel composed for King George the first his famous water music or as in handles beloved German Tongue vassar music. The first time it was performed for King George loved it so much. He ordered it played again and then he ordered it played again. So debuted three times in a row in seventeen seventeen. After. He finished his time handle finished his time at the Royal Academy of Music. He spent much of the Seventeenth Thirties writing operas, and then he said about to write what might be considered his magnum opus the Messiah. Handel. was by all accounts obsessed with work. We would say today a workaholic and he poured himself into his work as a composer as a musician. Sadly in seventeen fifty one he went blind and then in seventeen, fifty, nine, the age of seventy four he died in, London? He was buried in Westminster Abbey and of course, the grand organ of the Abbey and the choir played his beloved. Messiah. Handel one said I should be very sorry if I only entertained them referring to the people who listen to his music, he wanted people to not only be entertained but to beat moved by his music and that was certainly the case with the Messiah. The Messiah was first performed in Dublin on April thirteen, seventeen, forty two it was performed the next year in London and King George the second was in the audience attending and when he got to the chorus for part to the Hallelujah Chorus King George, the second was moved that he stood up, and of course, when the king stands everyone else stands in. So the whole theater stood alongside of the king and that started tradition of standing during the Hallelujah course. The Messiah is in three parts. Part one begins with prophecies of the. Coming Messiah from Isaiah and Psalms, and takes us right to the shepherds watching their flock at night on Bethlehem's hillsides. Then part two covers the passion, the suffering in-depth of Christ and ends with that Hallelujah course part three picks up with Christ's resurrection and continues with his ascension and what theologians call his present session in glory, and then it ends with the day of judgement to come as the Messiah the king comes in glory. Well, that is Handel's Messiah and when he was finished writing the musical score, he signed it s D. G. Solely Dale Gloria.
Ice, Ice, Maybe? The History Of Keeping Cool
"It's May eighteen o one, an Vanna Cuba John and Frederick Tudor the teenage sons of a wealthy lawyer in Boston or lying in the shade on their deck trying to find relief from the Heat John Shifts in his chair and MOANS. This is not making me feel any better in fact I feel worse. Nineteen years old John has a bone illness that's attacking me making him an invalid. His father had suggested that his younger brother Frederick accompanied him to a warm climate or John could convalesce relocating to somewhere warm was a common prescription for all kinds of ailments frederick advocated for Vanna thinking they might be able to get in on selling coffee or sugar but the heat and humidity are unlike anything they've felt before John's health is worse than ever. Frederick props himself up and takes a drink fruit juice from the glass next to him. I can't stand that all the drinks are warm here, but I wouldn't do a piece of ice from Rockwood. The tutors own a farm outside Boston called Rockwood that has a pond nearly every winter the pond freezes solid and they harvest the ice storing it in an ice house to preserve it through the summer. It's a common custom among well off new Englanders and allows them to enjoy cold drinks and ice cream even when it's hot outside Oh, don't even talk about ice it's too painful to think about it if we can't have it Frederick sits up. You, think we could sell ice here. I don't know maybe. Frederick is nothing if not full of ideas, John used to love plotting like this with him, but his illness has worn away at its enthusiasm for the future Frederick continues talking. We could ship it from home magin. What a luxury ice would be here I think about it isis free. So we just have to pay transportation costs we could make a fortune. Frederick dropped out of school at thirteen spurning plans for him to follow in his father's an older brother's footsteps to Harvard. He chose instead to apprentice in a store hoping to make a name for himself as an entrepreneur. He's now seventeen and in the four years since he started, he's made little progress. He spends most of his time hanging around Rockwood dreaming up schemes. John is skeptical of this latest idea. It would melt on the journey. You'd have nothing to sell by the time we got here I bet that's a solvable problem. John can't focus on that right now he's in too much pain feels to poor. He doesn't like the idea of returning to a Vanna even if it would make him rich, it's only may I can't bear to know how hot it's going to be in July or August we need to get out of here. You're right. It'll be warm enough by now. that. Boston can't do you harm. Let's go home and get you some ice. Not, much later, the two brothers were on a ship bound back to the United States. But John's health continued to deteriorate. January eighteen, O two, you passed away. But the idea Frederick hatched during their time together in Vanna lived on. Eighteen Oh, five Frederick had convinced his older brother William and his cousin. In on the proposition, the other two would sail ahead and find buyers and a place to store the ice. When it arrived Frederick would get to work arranging the shipment from. Boston. Their. Plan was to promote their product as a luxury good to the rich French colonials but selling ice was going to be harder than Frederick. Matching. Ice Come try this exotic northern delicacy I from Boston. It's march eighteen o six in the bustling market Saint Pierre Martinique, and Frederick is desperately trying to sell the ice off his boat. When he arrived in Pierre Three days before you learn that the only buyers, William and James had secured were prominent people who had been promised free box vice not to mention they hadn't found anywhere to store, and now he's stuck with a boat full of melting cargo. He's been reduced hawking an expensive luxury, the marketplace where common people by common goods. This was not plan. Thrusts the flyer toward a man walking through the market and caused him in French i-it's direct from Boston three days. Only the man pushes the flyer away ice. What am I supposed to do with that? Enjoy it in a cold drink. It's refine refreshment. You can even make ice-cream cold drinks. Why would I want that? Besides doesn't Melt if you wrap it in a blanket, it will protect it from the sun on the way home slow the melting it's all on the fire. He tries again the hand the man has pamphlet but demand waves it away doesn't matter. I, have nowhere to store it anyway you walks away shaking his head and muttering about what a fool Frederick Hitz. Frederick size and frustration. He had projected that he could sell ten thousand dollars ice on this voyage so far he sold fifty. A man approaches him. Are you the owner of the boat with the ice in it Frederick? Perks up I am. Can. I interest you in a block? I'm selling it for sixteen cents a pound it's the highest quality ice. Sixteen cents, it's much luxury as stake. If you say so anyway, no, I don't want any ice I just figured you'd be heading back to Boston soon, there can't be much of that ice left right I'm looking for a ship to take a load of sugar projects. Face falls taking this load of sugar back to Boston, is not a bad way to mitigate some of his losses but he's still disappointed. Yes I i. think we can come to an arrangement. Fantastic. Ultimately Frederick lost four thousand dollars on its first attempt to sell ice for those dollars was about four times what an average worker made in a year, but he didn't give. Over the next six years, he made progress in storing the ice both on the ship packed in. SAWDUST and building ice houses with better and better insulation to store it while he sold, it is marketing skills. We're getting better to you pitched cafes on making ice cream and offer chill drinks for a higher price. But despite the progress he was still failing to turn a profit. Meanwhile, Frederic's father lost most of the family fortune in a real estate deal without the. Family money to cover his losses Frederick couldn't pay his debts and in eighteen twelve, he was thrown into a debtor's jail
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
Atari Are Back Into Consoles - Where Are They Now?
"The timing for grams at votes you toy brand from Hasbro in renamed company Atari. So, we voted the first first time from Hasbro. Rename. The company Atari whilst world in we sold his company to Hedge Fund. Around Twenty two, thousand, six, two, thousand, seven game over graduate even begin to launch a shoulder. Alive, you'll left basically in story to do things on my own so I get investing in Games. Responsible, for Fitness Games, jeeter Michael or swing visiting Zombie Games. In Game Late Twenty twelve early twenty not to Hedge Fund which at both the company from US winter in into the nation in Vail. So the edge fund itself Wendy to. In be called me back in this love with finding for bankruptcy for jobs in the US. All you're interested. So. Twenty four hours to say a do it. Forty eight hours to. Find the money to buy back in US oil handed up. Becoming, the first of the major shoulder. Over Jari in twenty realty in two guests would say one year. To extricate ourselves with the bankruptcy process. At the time, the company was doing one meet in Euros of revenue and we. Around more than thirty million euros of. Debt so. was. Even the whole. And yes, one year to basically leave bankruptcy in the US and then three years to survive three years to reboot in DC where we are today. Now too long process, but you said like threat that whole time game so is that is that painting a passion like a personal passion for you? I've always liked you know new issue in games I'm the Not of not do producer I am more than the executive producer zero are. Tried to make things happen some set. To. have to rely on teams so It's The beauty of his business inc is you know you always want you create you don't know if he's is going to work. but if you wait in the most if It is just to realize acknowledged it'd be steak. So if you kill the game early enough, you will not lose money not not too much suit against it come back. It's like four right you wanna stay at the table so don't go in. for each project because you're going to end the bust I think it's just a question of you know amid a mistake. Let's get it. Let's stop here. Don't. Business Point during the game into the market because you're GONNA lose bovine. So join me because you have to be. Arab record in the analyses and your ignorance rich of any state as if you can follow me. Something I'd love to get your thoughts on to what I've seen in bit is, is they small indie studios may make say one mobile game it'll explode it'll go huge but then they really struggled to get that follow up game. Is there a lot of pressure from these studios? Maybe they've gained investment off the back of their previous success in the being pushed like you need more than a one hit wonder. I think the win seats in never run in the studio a who is being on the publisher side of the investor side or the executive produce aside so. It's a very difficult business Tell you want I you know it's like being tennis. You have one federer you have one the dog. Thousand Meetings of. Or? So people tend to look at one. Success Rightly, I would say, but visit outs look at these guys we have invested X. and they've met in one meeting thunder. In your yet but so it's great but don't forget. You have one fitter one dollar, your nuggets of Denny spares in the world. So you have. Millions of studios but drivenow studios. We didn't make it. So you have to be very mindful of act and then I would say the of issue. With the to studio that I've found is, is guys deb's in big gain of Utah everything inside the game in before you also did some marketing daughters, your some hours. So He's what received a lot of example than you know, sad stories for studios and great stories above issues where you know. That has invested more than. Adding to the game and the students Vancouver's do better but they don't have the mind to finish Beta on investing marketing issue with somebody was the money we physically speaking up though the project. So it's very, it's a, it's a very difficult situation in. What's going to do the Tories? reconized that than trying to out drank to basically. Bring product to some products to the market, but it's very difficult to. The point is once you have the game, usually the sequel is easy because you have a young money flowing obscene. Experience situation. So you don't have enough problems on after two years or three years at you like, okay. What do we wanted to?
Understanding Photography Education with Darlene Hildebrandt
"Welcome back to another episode of this week and vote on your host. Frederik van Johnson. Today have the distinct honor and pleasure of having a an longtime friend of mine. Darlene Hildebrandt on the show to discuss a topic. That's near and dear to both of our hearts and that's education and we'll topics education and photography. We're GONNA talk about both of those and it's more specifically what's Kinda the state of the Union in that area. Is it still save your money? Go to a brick and mortar school. Is it by a bunch of workshops? Forget all that and just learned from. Youtube is it by courses online. Darlene is here to demystify all that for us and and sort of dive into it. Yeah Darlene how you doing? It's long time no see Ed. Flynn too long. Frederic. How are you? I'm doing good I'm good. It's going to see your face. You never change smiling faces always exactly the same. I like it so few more as my hairdresser called sparkly sparkley hairs. Ono's I love those. That's good that is good. It means you each one means you're wiser than people that don't have cancer. Barclays sparklys roller Before we dive into the meat of the conversation I want to talk about the Just sort of you know the state of your union. The State of Digital Photo Mentor DOT COM. And all that stuff you know what's new and great. Yeah the world that you build. You've got a storied history. I mean you've worked with amazing companies. You've been in the education space as long as I have at least so what's what's going on. What are you guys working on? What you building. What is the? What's the state of the Union? So about as you mentioned. I've been involved in the education of photographers for awhile. Now I've been teaching locally for eight years already and I was the managing editor of digital photography school. Dps for five years. And I left. Eps A year ago to branch out and expand my own horizons and they wished me well. And you know we're all on good terms and we still talk and that's great And just in the last year we've been building Lor Tara fee tours. I've been to India and Vietnam and Peru in the last twelve months I posted on my facebook awhile ago that in the last few months. I've been on twenty seven actual different airplanes and been to seven different countries. Wow that is so so you know what that means. It means so we're we in the beginning. We decided to focus this interview on education. Clearly there needs to be another one that talks about travel and how to do it without losing all your stuff. Yeah and I think they go hand in hand together as well travel and photography and education because on the tours is a great opportunity for people who aren't usually in sort of immersed in photography as a day to day endeavor. It gives them a chance to. That's all they're focused on is taking pictures and learning about their camera every single day for two weeks or whatever it is and just by most. They're gonNA go home with with some more knowledge in. Just just just the idea of putting yourself out of your comfort zone right. It's like whenever even if it's just like for me even if it's just going to the next town over or into San Francisco and the burbs of San Francisco going into San Francisco proper. You get a different energy and it kinda starts tickling different creative synapses that make you WANNA try stuff. So that's so let. Let's switch gears and talk about education so set the stage here so there's there's the different modalities of learning right. Some people learn better by having their butt in a seat in an instructor in front of the class is some people learn better solo. Some people learn better one on one. Some people you know. Hey Youtube. Give Me Youtube and a topic. I'll figure it out in a deconstruct. My favorite photograph that way. Some people need online courses. That are focused on a particular subject or topic. How do you? What's best you know from from the photo mentor herself? What's the what's the best process to going from people saying? Hey Jane You. You might have chops as a photographer. You should really pursue this too actually being good. How do you get good so I think the key you missed one? Actually one modality of learning that is by doing and I think Like I talked about the semi classes when I teach in person classes and I actually have one last night We talked about the basics of processing last night. And you learn either There's actually studies done on this. You learn by either listening to somebody else speak so that could be a video or in person alive class Or by reading rain so any book or something like that or by doing and I think I think most people learn best with a combination of all three right so in my live classes I try incorporate a little bit of everything right so I have them write their own notes. A have them listen to me for a while and then we actually you know. Get their cameras out. We're actually doing style for computers if we're doing processing By doing like if I go way back in my history right like we're going back thirty years now. I'M GONNA date myself here again. The the sparkly airs Thirty plus years ago I went to college. Did a two year program. Which was you know? Degree program if Star Affi and I've been asked that question is if I was to do it all over again now. Would I do that? You know there's been debates about college programs like you mention and what I do that and I can't honestly say with certainty that I would at in this day and age because there's so many other avenues available that you can learn from like you said Youtube and all of those things what college does give you and what a lot of my students always ask me and my classes win. Am I going to get it? When is there going to be this magic? A Ha moment the light bulbs going to go on and then all of a sudden you know I understand my camera and understand light and all these other things and my answer is always the saying when you put in your ten thousand hours rain and if you're doing a college program course where you're doing it every day and you have homework you're GONNA get your ten thousand hours faster range you you're someone wants told me. I forget who it was. Someone wants us the same sort of ten thousand our analogy but they were saying from a photographer standpoint. Just think of your shutter finger as being filled with one million bad images and the only way to get to the good ones to get the bad ones out. Because it's linear right so it just take you gotTa keep taking pictures to get. Isn't that a cartoon persona quote or something. I duNno I duNno. Maybe there's a famous quarter. Maybe it's Karcher song but it sounds like something that he would have said about. You know your your worst pictures are your first ten million or ten thousand or whatever
Johann Sebastian Bach 3: What's a Concerto?
"Kids. Concerto comes from two Italian words with sort of meanings first concerto means in agreement or together like the word concert. You go to a concert to hear people playing together but the Italian word contract. Tari has to do with struggling. And a concerto also has to do with one or more solo instruments doing friendly battle in concert with a larger group. Italian COMPOSER GIUSEPPE. Torelli gets most of the credit for developing the instrumental concerto. In the late sixteen hundreds an Italian who lived a bit later on Tonio Vivaldi wrote Zillions of Concerto will actually only five hundred or so. But it seems like Zillions Vivaldi's most famous set of concertos named for the four seasons the earliest concertos were written for violins. But you can have a concerto for any instrument. Here's one that you'll have nipple Makoma road for trumpet. One for cello by front-seat high one for Tuba by Refund Williams who in the late twentieth century Scottish composer James Macmillan wrote a concerto called vinnie Emmanuel for percussionist. Evelyn Glenn you can also have a concerto with more than one Solo Instrument Wolfgang Gone Medina's Mozart wrote this one for flute and Harp Dmitri Shostakovich wrote a wonderful concerto for piano and trumpet the end of the peace sense just like music for a silent movie. Let's because when he was young Shostakovich had a job playing piano for silent movies in box day composers also wrote something called the Concerto Grosso which does not mean. A concerto with slimy stuff. Losing out of it grow is Italian for great. Instead of just one or two soloists. A Concerto Grosso has a whole group of soloists. A smaller group pitted against a larger group. George Frederic Handel. Who lived at the same time as Bach wrote quite a few Concerto Grossi? That's the official plural of Concerto Grosso. a lot of Bach's Brandenburg concertos fall into the Concerto Grosso category in the Brandenburg Concerto. Number two the small group consists of Trumpet Flute Oboe Violin and the big group is made up of string instruments.
Author Michael Murphy on 'Golf in the Kingdom'
"This is Alan ship. I am delighted to be joined by Michael Murphy author of Golf in the Kingdom still going strong eighty nine Michael. Thank you for doing this well. It's a pleasure. You have such a unique place in the game Euro Golfing Kindo as in your early forties. I'M NOT GONNA say it was a Lark but it was a you're not you're not a Gulf writer. You're not a novelist it just emerged from you in ever. Since you've been this Oracle you've been this grand old man of letters in the game you you tell shape how think about it. So are you still tickled that all these years later people are still finding this novel enjoying it? Well I I love it. I could say channel that because it was not only the first book I wrote the First Book I never tried to ride and I started it as I was turning forty and it was published in one thousand nine hundred ninety two forty seven years ago so when I was forty one so here we are now forty eight years later and it has. His Life Taught Me. I could ride so that in itself was an enormous pleasure and a big force to shape by subsequent life. I never thought of myself as a writer. My brother Was the designated writer in our family might and he had been a successful novelist and my grandfather had delivered John. Steinbeck and Salinas or you and I were both born and You know rules can get us. Signed the kids growing up and I was supposed to be a doctor and Than the more for me Thought I'd be a psychiatrist. And then got to Stanford and found myself in class on comparative religions of that led me to the philosophy and the way of life that shaped me ever since when I was nineteen and twenty but never along the way there was thought. Start writing books so anyway. When I sat down to write this book really did come in a flood. And it's Been living in me ever since I've written eight books now but that one If it were to be one of my children Children it would be among my books. It was my first child by far the most successful and I would say influential. Books are mysterious things. I like to say sometimes. Ufo's identified writing objects you W os or you are os. Son identified reading objects that can open worlds to people. And that's what's actually happened with this book with golf in the Kingdom one of the things about our shared hometown of Salinas which is just a dusty little farming community in the Central Valley known to John. Steinbeck doesn't have that much else to recommend it. It's not that far from pebble. Beach Golf links which figures prominently in my life story and and was important part of Gulf education. So tell us about your early days of playing pebble with with your brother and of course guys would haunt the Cosby Klanbake back. When he was really a big deal with Hogan snead Nelson and Bing crosby's the star in the world so is important from Stamford but it starts with your golf education before that while. That's right I mean we've had very fortunate childhoods you and I and my brother and Yes we would there be there at the crosby so I get to follow Ben Hogan around and watched him up close and personal before and after his accident. Which was in I guess January of Nineteen forty-nine so he missed that whole year in the hospital but he used to partner with Bing crosby and that was fun and Johnny Weissmuller who was the Great Olympic champion of became Tarzan. And the movies anyway. It was those great events and of course plane pebble which to this day remains by far my favorite course and it has to be. I mean there's of course in the world I think more beautiful than pebble. There are others that when you look at them would be beautiful. But to match the incredible range of moods it gets into with the shifting light the shifting fog the filaments of fog that cut across the fairways and all but anyway quyen pebble seen Some of the players in particular Hogan up close definitely was an influence on on golfing. The King wrote about it will hoge himself makes a handful of cameos in the text. Including what was it? The moved you so much about him well his magnetism on the course then he won eight out of eleven majors. He played over that period from forty eight to fifty through fifty three and he After the accident he paid just eighteen tournaments through fifty-three thickening one ten of them. He won virtually every major so he was the top of the game. He was to golf then way. Tiger Woods has been also the quality of his presence and when he would crack this out Just by the second hole at pebble for those who have been developed. Now it's then built up but there was a big field of practice in the pros as well as the onlookers. Got To sit down and watch him. Maybe there'd be hundred. Fifty people big big arena there watching him practice and it was a sight to behold because he had an immense repertoire of shots to fade to draw low high and the silence and that meant a huge impression on me and. I'm sure that as I sat down to write though I didn't plot the book or shape the book deliberately around him that influence. I'm sure was like an acorn growing into this conscious. Us of what the game could be as a kind of If you WANNA call it Yogi you can call it contemporary. You can call Chamonix even exercise golf itself is what in the eastern martial arts. Would you could call a Kata which is a series of movements. That trigger it is said are esoteric anatomy that is the complete person we are both in the flesh and in our soul are in the consciousness itself and golf swing. You could argue is an unnatural. Act It's not like running or throwing which are species learn to do and could do To survive. But you don't take a tee up a ball and hit it at the on charging tiger you know as a member of the tribe so it's an acquired skill that requires the most gypsum concentration and commitment to play it. Well and for this reason he and other reasons it evokes corresponding states of mind which can be interfered with with strong emotions whether rage or grief or sorrow which can produce by this fiendish challenge to get this small ball into this tiny hole and to go after four five hours over the course of four miles. You know. It's on the face of an absurdity. A why are we doing this? And that can occur to while playing. Why am I doing this but you do it? And you have these incredible pleasures and experiences and then as I've discovered through Responding to the book experience you have to call super-normal Mr Cool or cold. In other words the game can do that and It helps to be in a beautiful place like Pebble Beach. The you bring to this conversation. Just leaps off the page. I mean that's I think why the book is in bird because as you say it's this pursuit of ours is is maddening. It makes no sense but we do it anyway. And we were able to put a voice to having a correspondent. Brad faxon about the book and he said what I love about it is it made it okay to to speak of these things and you gave us in vocabulary to this experience at the golfers of had. But I you can get those tools so you matriculate to Stanford and as a fellow Salinas Person. I know it's not the most open minded place to Nag towns little conservative. But you have sort of a life altering experience stafford and what exactly happened well. I was so inspired by this professor. Frederic Spiegelberg he them a born and raised in Germany and Taught was teaching Stanford Comparative Religions so I got exposed to eastern philosophy and meditation contemplation than and particularly the world view of Indian philosopher. A named Sheera window who had been educated in England very elite education. His family had instructed his patrons in England never to let him speak any Indian language so he wanted to English but he was a philosopher and writer kind of a renaissance figure and developed a worldview. That's been the most basic influence on me. There are many influences of prompted me to do what I've done and of course the mystery is. Why chose this story? I could have gotten so many other directions but I consider myself very lucky. A Norman Mailer. The writer argued that every aspiring writer is given one free one by God and that was my free one and it was the first one and it in turn golf in the kingdom has shown me that this birth of new capacities is much more common than most people realize because immediately upon publication people started letting me know about their mystical experiences called experiences on golf courses. I wrote the book on some inspiration but I if you had asked me then that people would be having experiences you know immediately lawyer. New York wrote to me and was just couldn't get over this book. It helped him understand that. How on this particular occasion he'd been standing on the T. of four hundred yard and there were no players between him and his forces have been the green said he could see clear. A ball marker the size of a dime on this whole quarter of a mile away. Two of his playing partner couldn't even see the green. I got it was there. So he wondered. Is this the sort of thing you're talking about or a woman rights to me right away and says the yearbook helped me in? Because not long ago I was playing the eighteenth hole of at my Country Club as the sun was setting and when we got to the green the sun had set but it was still shining through the green and I felt that maybe this was some after glow on my is some retinal shock or something but when they went into the clubhouse who shining through the walls and it shown like that for three days and I was in an exaltation and thank you for writing the book because I found author who bite understand this experience so when you then I started getting these things. It pushed me in the direction of seeing the genius of sport to elicit this experience but not reported by sportswriters very often. You know there've been a few writers who have glimpsed this John Updike. He recognized this and Bernard Darwin. You know the great writer grandson. Charles Darwin he read the links of either down one of his short stories. I mean he certainly could see it. The mystery of golf by Arnold Hall Taint. So there's been a vein of golf writing that shows this power of the game not only to enchant but to reveal these capacities so that in turn has led me into other sports. And so I've been out to meet with coaches and players of ever since about what you would call the inner game of Sport and that Inter has led me to appreciate how prevalent it is in everyday life but not commonly discussed and recognized until recently. Thank you God for giving me go for the Kingdom as my first book.
Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home with Frédéric Fekkai
"Frederick Guy I have known no new forever. You're one of the most famous haired Gurus ever and we're so excited to have you On our podcast and we have so many questions for you the first one is like how did it start. Did you always love hair like where did your where did it come come found. Thank you gene for this wonderful introducion. Thank you Megan. Well you know it's it's interesting I was not. I didn't even know about here until late. I was really interested about design sculpture. Painting addicted to all of this semester tick was more about shape and forms Sta and then look enough. I got introduced to hand makeup when I was doing some modelling jobs back. You know what I was student. Yeah and that's how I discovered this world of Hass tatting beauty. I mean he was bigger uh and this is what is was one for is that I was introduced to not just hey. I was introduced to a world of beauty of fashion of of style and that that was the most exciting part of this. Oh how did you get into hair from that. This amazing Harrison makeup artist said to me. You know you feel like you aboard in Las our law school and you you WanNa Change. You know told him my story that was accepted at define out school in Paris. Call Bozarth my dad. You don't want me to good ass or hours as lawyer exactly so upset so she says so. Why don't you come to Paris and Helped me a little bit on the side. You make some money you go back to school. And that's it so I did. And and then she said my God. I really love what you do. You don't did you do this and say well I never thought about it and F- great and I said why not so. I quit the idea of going to two and half dozen assistant and then I met some of the most amazing talent and walked for Great Salon Company in France coach actor so amazing. And that's how I came to New York. You came to New York with Jacques to disarm to solve exactly wait and then how did you get to to you being the head of the biggest salon in New York. It's interesting and that's an advice. I give to my Mike Peers and friend is that you know you need to be curious. You need to be willing to do things and you know and I was always never content with weather. Had we wanted to know better so I was walking on every level. I was doing fashion show. I was doing photo shoot. I was doing Movies I was trying to do everything to to learn and by doing so I became a quite of a rare commodity eighteen hair because I was wanted. The only one who could do had on his to do as well in Salon. Usually usually studies stylized are mostly studies in studio and they don't know how to cut hair knew how to great to do great styling amazing but heading ha is not what they do because they never do so by doing. Both I became a Unicorn so would I have and the press of course loved it because I was births addressing the cheese supermodel and Regular client yeah and you're down to take a risk. Probably exactly a huge part and also you know the fact that I was doing hair for us for our normal count so I could give great guidance at could also get great feedback from customer on what product to us how to do. What is that concern? Is it caller. Is it a hair loss. Is it Strengthening is freeze. And that's how I developed my half my airline. Well I remember one of my first articles for L.. Jillian years ago was to they assign me you know I needed to. I had to go to your salon. The top of Bergdorfs and watch you you and a few of the other stylus for the day and write the story of what was happening and what struck me and I just I'd never i. I'd never seen anything like it was the way that you saw people and I saw all these different kinds of people come in you know young the old men women and there was this moment where you would see them and really look at them and I felt like you know you looked at them and figured about what was beautiful about them and then the work you did enhanced that beauty and I always tell people the difference between a good hair person or makeup person or any thing. Is You know if if they come in saying oh I know what you need. You know. You've you've done it all wrong. They're not looking at you and trying to see what's beautiful full about you and but I you know it was the way people even came alive when you looked at them you know and just took in who they were before you did anything anything and then you know the haircut would be magic. I mean I really watched people transform how did like was that something that you always had or did you develop it as you were cutting hair and understanding how to do it. I think the fact that festival learn sculpture painting and all this helped me but also to me it. The two lessons are give to to my colleagues. My appears is that listen first of all you have to be a good listener. Who you know? Don't put your ego in front with your ideas you know. I'm sure so. You have a lot of ideas but who cares now. Listen and observe use your is to really look at your doc. Client your model. Look at the height. Look there be D- their body language. Look at their proportion. Make shoot. That sings makes right mixed story so touched the hair found out what type of textual it is. What so because what? What is a great hairstyle? A great how is when when the volume the shape of the hair. The lent sits on your on your silhouette an enhanced your seat wet. It's not like Oh my God. It's a twin because there's a bank. Yeah it's everything is how her moves. How what volume what color you know? So it's a puzzle. Few pieces of that needs to be right to call the land the volume the texture. You know and all of this if you listen watch and then you apply. You usually have a great success. There's so much intuition on your apart though other pieces the person right like what what they are like and yeah looking at them and move its observation. John is you need to have some knowledge. You need to have some what I call. You need to have to store in your Mind Library of ideas when you have those collaborative ideas then you can see what would make sense a busy Sunday like a face where conditions that. That's your solution as you as you said you've had many salons and and you've worked on many hair care lines and you've seeing the difference that like product makes. How important is you know? Even something like shampoo compared with a cut compared with a color or is it a say it's just all you know it's so important that beauty general is when you are taking care of yourself and you know what what to do so it is so important that you know what type of shampoo you have. What commissioner and how so also wanting important? The people are misled. You don't need to shampoo your hair every day for everybody. Some people do some. Don't in fact it's sometimes it's better to not but it is also very important to not put too much shampoo on your hair out. Just use the shampoo directly. SCALP MYSELF SCAB and don't took shampoo on your hair because the shampoo from this Cup glide down and cleans the hair and Sola needs. You don't need to pull it all. Aw is that you don't need. And then you also do not need to commissioner on top of your hair you food you too from the ears down and that's all you need because the roots here don't even need commission so well. Yes because when it's close to this cop up to here is much more condition even dry hair dryer so would three inches of the roots brealey. Yes try getting it. From the oil is a Ha- that's the whole thing has so many systems. Yeah she's got she's got to wear a reason with cold water and all of this story or make exactly it makes hair shiny mix mix to hear the cold thing I keep thinking it's like the Wim Hof every part of the body
The Fed was unusually chatty Tuesday
"The marketplace number oh, the day this Tuesday is five five members of the Federal Reserve's open market committee. That's the one that gets to decide interest rates. Remember five of them gave public speeches today. And believe me when I tell you for the fed that has a whole lot of talking central bankers have non at least historically been the most say, what's on your mind group of people that has been changing those we've been reporting and as marketplace's Mitchell Hartman tells us today, it has potential upsides and downsides back in nineteen Ninety-six. Then fed chair Alan Greenspan, uttered, the words irrational exuberance in a speech investors thought he was saying stocks were overvalued and the market tanked, probably not what Greenspan intended. But he did want to be opaque, says economist Frederic Mishkin, who served as a fed governor in the mid. Thousands. Michigan says one time after testifying to congress. One of the congress, people said that was very clear and Alan Greenspan, said, well, then it must have been a mistake. But under the next fed chair, Ben Bernanke transparency and frequent communication became guiding principles. That's continued under his successors. If you can get the markets understand how you react to future events that can actually make things monetary policy of warfare, active. A lot of what current chairman Jerome Powell. Communicates says university of Michigan economist, Betsey Stevenson is to reassure us that the feds got. It's all on the ball and on the news. Oh, and they're aware that obviously, the trade issues had the potential to have a big impact, so they're watching it really closely chairman Powell does have to contend with one communications challenge. His predecessors didn't says, dean Baker at the center for economic and policy research, and that's a president who publicly criticizes the fed POWs going to bend over back. Quds to say, we're not gonna listen to the present telling us to lower rates not Baker says, if economic conditions warranted Powell won't hesitate to cut rates and explain exactly why.
"frederic" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. That's the beginning of pollen is a dance by Frederic Chopin. When I was a kid. I thought the Polin is might be from Polynesia, but Pullen is is how you say polish in French at the time when the pollen is was fashionable dance in the polish court polish courtiers also thought it was more fashionable to speak French the pollen is a very dignified dance actually more like a procession at first only men did the Pullin as sweeping off their hats or drawing their swords at various points in the music. Later on in history. Women were allowed to join in the pollen as which became the dance that opened every ball since the pollen is involved a procession through all the rooms of a palace. It was a good way for the host to show off his home. The most important person at the ball headed up the pollen as procession he was known as the Lord of the dance. The pollen is caught on all over Europe. And even migrated to America, John Phillips Sousa wrote his presidential Pullen as after president, Chester. A Arthur said he wanted a piece to replace hail to the chief. That's the music's played. Whenever the president makes his entrance needless to say it didn't. Operas especially Russian operas dance. The Pullen as Modesto Zork ski put one into his opera Boris good. No. And in child kofsky opera, Jean-Ann Yagan. There's a wonderful Polonez. After a while composers began to use the slow rhythmic one two three of the nez as as a form for non dancing, instrumental pieces fronts Schubert wrote this poem is for his violinist brother to play. Antonin version. Composed a poem as that he could play at the Pierre. No, along with cellist friend of his. And when they asked unattainable yacht off to write music for the unveiling of a statue at the Saint Petersburg conservatory. Composed Apollon as. Since he was born in Poland Frederic Chopin was probably more passionate about the poem as than most composers. In fact, the very first pieces he wrote were polonaises. Because of the way Frederic Chopin has the piano imitate the sort of drum used to keep soldiers marching in line. Another one of his polonaises is known as the military pollinates. The military pollen as one of sixteen polonaises for solo piano by Frederic Chopin next week on passes for kids more music with a military theme. I'm Naomi Lewin, high right classics for kids and produce it with Tim lantern at WG UC Cincinnati, please join me again for more classics for kids.
"frederic" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"I'm Naomi Lewin welcomed at classics for kids. Frederic Chopin was one of the greatest pianists of his day. Every single piece of music. He wrote used the piano. Chopin was born in eighteen ten in town just outside of Warsaw Poland, but his name doesn't sound very polish. That's because Chopin's poverty was born in France. He moved to Poland married, a polish woman and wound up staying for the rest of his life. Frederic Chopin did just the opposite of his father as a young, man. He moved to France and stayed there for the rest of his life. And he never got married. His mother was the one who introduced Chopin to the piano by the time. He was six Chopin not only played phenomenally. Well, he was also starting to compose. So his parents got him a music teacher. But he wasn't a pianist. He was violinist since Chopin's teacher couldn't really show him. How to play his instrument? He showed him what to play instead leading him through all kinds of keyboard music by great composers because he never had an expert piano teacher Chopin came up with his own unique style of playing. Chopin's family moved to Warsaw. And that's where he gave his first concert at the age of eight, but Chopin quickly found out that he didn't enjoy performing in public in spite of the fact that he was so famous he actually gave very few concerts for paying audiences. He preferred playing in private homes for small groups of friends. The time Chopin was twenty he was pretty bored with saw so he set off to seek his musical fortune in other European cities. He was a big hit, Indiana. But when Chopin reached Paris that's where he decided to stay first of all there was the French connection of his father's background also as much as he loved Poland Chopin hated the thought of going home. That's because there had been an unsuccessful revolution against Poland's Russian rulers who were now completely in charge. Chopin was very unhappy thinking of the country he loved being dominated by Russia. There's a story that when Chopin left Poland some friends gave him a silver goblet full of polish soil, which he carried around with him for the rest of his life. That's probably not true, but Chopin did continue to be a passionate polish patriot. Even though he never returned to his native country. Chopin made a big splash in Paris. So even though he didn't like giving concerts. He had no trouble making a living. Lots of people bought the music. He wrote then took very expensive piano lessons from him. While he was in France Chopin had an interesting girlfriend named George actually her name wasn't really George. It was ovo French for Aurora since back, then it wasn't acceptable for a woman to be a writer of oh do devoe wrote under the name Josh song, George sand. Sometimes she even dressed like a, man. Frederic Chopin was never healthy when he was only thirty nine. He died of Burke, yellow sus. He was buried in France and special box of polish earth was imported to sprinkle on his grave, but Chopin ask to have his heart removed put in an urn and sent to Warsaw you can still see it there in the church of the Holy Cross. one kind of piece that polish composer Frederic Chopin. Especially liked writing was the pollen is a polish dance. The military Pullen is by Frederic Chopin. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at WG UC Cincinnati next time on classics kids more about the Pullin as I hope you can join me then.
"frederic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Conversations from Bloomberg television. Here's Yvonne, man. So does Frederic Neumann HSBC co head of Asian economics tells what's at stake for Taiwan economy there. I mean, we've seen kind of at least maybe twenty years of growth, pretty subpar. There's a lot of concerns that there's an overreliance on tech over reliance on China, as well, what what are the prospects to you what one thing this has been as John sucking sound from China. Right. Some jobs and investment has moved to the mainland, and I even young people move to the mainland drawn to the job opportunities there, and that has sapped even domestic demand and Taiwan curb the the growth rate having said that Taiwan still has very competitive companies, very competitive sectors semiconductor manufacturing, for example, some of the best companies in the world residing. In taiwan. So there's a lot that Taiwan's still has to bring to the table, and it is large attack economy. But but it is something that is still a cutting edge. If he will it still the cutting edge of of tech, trade wise, it's balked me. Worse than his eye. Joe Biden does what it does. Well, yeah. It's it's a sentiment issue. Right. So the policy uncertainty, a restraining investment across the region, and you haven't seen that bigger deceleration trade yet, but he's certainly have seen deceleration investment. You're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings. Global.
Dont Buy That Plane Ticket Now
"Business wars daily is brought to you by the podcast the growth show each week. They explore inspiring stories that get to the heart of how people grow a business an idea or movement. Stay tuned at the end of this episode here a little more about this fascinating new show. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday December fourth if you were worn out by cyber Monday. You may not have noticed. What happened the next day a new so-called holiday travel Tuesday. It was a budget travelers dream day for scooping up bargain priced flights. The day was heavily promoted by travel app company. Hopper. A Montreal based startup that employs artificial intelligence to predict the cheapest times in places to travel and the least expensive time to buy the tickets hopper was founded by former Expedia travel exotic Frederic LaLonde self taught Canadian programmer years ago LaLonde thought what if artificial intelligence could help us predict not just the best time to fly. But when to book those flights, his former employer expedient provides a spreadsheets worth of flight times and costs with no predictions. The implication is you should book now because ticket prices always rise. That's actually not true and algorithms that hopper figured out enable the app to tell you not only that your ticket price could drop, but by how much and for how long and when it'll get pricier. Again, the lawn claims that their predictions are accurate for travel up to a year out within five dollars of the price. That kind of information turns out to be an aggregate dream hopper combed through its massive databases for the last two years and notice that on the Tuesday after thanksgiving airlines were drastically discounting their fares. So hopper started promoting travel Tuesday generating loads of publicity for the airlines and for hopper, but what really turned out to be a game changer for hopper was that the company began using it's data differently by suggesting cheaper alternative destinations to penny. Pinching travelers without the travelers I asking they began suggesting safe and affordable. Ribian vacation rather than the expensive Hawaiian trip. You thought you wanted LaLonde claims that once hopper started down that route it began selling one million dollars worth of flights each week that users had never asked for like putting a travel agent in their pocket. Hopper. Now claims to have thirty million users the catch, however is that hopper works best for people with flexible schedules, Expedia is competitive for normal flights when you have to leave Friday and come back Sunday or no weekend escape for you. There's no question that AI is up ending the travel industry or that it keeps. Improving. Today's top app won't be king of the hill. Tomorrow. The good news with judicious use of several travel apps. You may find yourself exploring caves in Belize or sipping a cappuccino in Rome next spring whenever and wherever your app tells you to go. From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, if you like our show, check out the episode notes, just tapper swipe. You'll also see some offers from our sponsors. And we hope you'll support our show bicycle thanks for being with us. I'm David Brown was. You know, it's never been easier to start a business, but it's never been harder to grow that business. I want to tell you about a great new podcast, call the growth show, which is created by hub spot. They make free and paid tools that help you grow your business each week on the growth show. They explored the inspiring stories behind how people grow a business an idea or a movement. You'll learn about the challenges entrepreneurs face in starting a company and you'll hear about some of the most interesting topics in business like social media marketing, the future of bots and the rise of subscription services. They also have some amazing guests on their show like Allie Weiss of glossier and Joe dessino creator of Spartan race, the growth show is chock full of great stories. Amazing guests and helpful advice. Subscribe to the growth show today on Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen.
China says it won't devalue currency to bolster exports
"Morning I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world. Headquarters in New York and I'm Rishaad, Salamat in Hong, Kong likely to be shaping up for the Asian trading day of course Doug we all starting off with a, brand new week very much focused on the foreign exchange ratio. Because the President Trump has you know said recent weakness of the Chinese Yuan combined with the recent gains. That we have, seen in the dollar really risk. Putting the US at a disadvantage we had the, dollar. Retreating against the majors in the Friday session during a New York trading with the Bloomberg dollar spot index dropping. About eight. Tenths of one percent we closed right at. That fifty day moving average meantime the Japanese yen jumped nine tenths of. One percent we also had the. President saying he's not. Thrilled that. The, fed is. Raising interest rates and potentially slowing the economy let's not forget the. Trade issue too because at the end of last week President Trump declared he was ready to. Impose tariffs on all five Five hundred billion dollars worth of, Chinese imports US ten year treasury last quoted in the New York session Friday at around two. Point eight, nine, percent on Sunday Iran's president warned President Trump not, to threaten Iranian oil exports now the president has vowed to shut Iran, out of, world markets by demanding that other countries stop buying Iranian crude by the end of November however Hassan Rouani was saying do not play with the lion's. Tail it will bring regret WTI in the New York session Friday finished at sixty eight twenty six we're trading off about. One tenth of one percent right now against. That and because of the big move. In the end, we're seeing a little bit of weakness right now. In Nikkei futures rish Yup we, also go there's winning from the g twenty the world's top finance chief saying trade. Tensions threatening a global economic growth the. G. twenty statement says the main risks, rising financial valid, vulnerabilities heightened trade and geopolitical tensions global imbalances inequality And structurally weak growth factory Espy is in one is that he's covering the gathering dominated, the conversation here And there, is concerned that that some of the emerging markets such as Argentina could be impacted by the market volatility trade complex could create The statement also said emerging. Markets also face the threat of capital outflows the g. twenty by the way removed its. Usual pledge to stay away from competitive currency devaluations we got the. Dollar, trading against the Chinese Yuan right, now at six seventy eight thirteen we're watching. This, very carefully after the president accused Beijing on Fridays well as the European Union of gaming their currencies in a way, to boost exports now these remarks come after the president lashed. Out at the fed and threatened to ramp. Up the trade fight with, China even more peo- Matisse. Is EM FX strategist at Robbo Bank he says the could keep. Weakening from here whenever a central Bank launches Kiwi, currency tends to weekend so we expect the you want to remain on the back foot so we may see some stubby around six eighty but we might find bullish on now that sentiment is echoed by others including Frederic Neumann of HSBC. Newman also saying the BBC appears to have more stomach for volatility than it used to All right Ratio are? You there Does China is what really where I wanted to talk about it because it appears to be collecting more fans as it moves. Toward its Hong Kong IPO wearing hill has got Alibaba agreed to join. A group of cornerstone investors allows the Dow ten firms agreed to, by about one point four billion dollars in stock hill houses putting in about four hundred, million dollars and Todd but one hundred million sanitize expected to start. Taking investor orders today the IPO could raise around about eight billion dollars making it one of the biggest. IP as, in years right now I have Pfizer putting indications are shares will price in Hongkong dollars between one dollars twenty six, hundred. Dollar, fifty eight Doug well we have the former head of Fiat Chrysler in the intensive care unit because, of deteriorating health news agency, onset saying that Sergio Mark Joanie. Is in irreversible condition the automaker yesterday naming be fifty four year old Brit Mike Manley, to replace him. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Tells us the choice shows that, Fiat Chrysler thinks the future is all about Jeep Manley's been head. Of Fiat Chrysler automobiles Jeep brand since two.
"frederic" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Maury naga hari to chose from andrew massachusetts performed the scherzer movement of frederic chopin's nada for cello and piano mari sometimes the most profound impact on a young musician comes from a musical peer and that's really the case with you talk about your friend ours at the show violent sammy and donen all semi is my best friend and we've known each other for about four years now and that at the bowdoin festival in maine we were put in the same camera group and since then we've played together in about five or six different formations including stamp partners in orchestra which is really fun lot of time spent playing music he's not just inspiring guy in the concert hall he's inspiring at the mall yes yeah we spend a lot of time together both in and out of hersal so we go shopping and go to the movies and stuff like that well mari we've got a surprise for you this really is a prize ladies and gentlemen am i right you know what i'm doing you see that i've phone that joanne is holding over there we've been faced timing with sammy this whole time that's your surprise he saw your whole performance joanne bring the phone over here please hi sammy how'd you like the performance well i know she's chuck it was beautiful what do you expect to i played so beautifully i was like dancing in my door are you surprised berry surprise anything anything we want to say to sammy i guess thank you for being an amazing friend and musician sammy fill everybody in on where you're studying now as violence then i study i've been doing conservatory in boston there you go and we love seeing you sammy and love to hear you play love playing with you and thank you for participating in this wonderful surprise for your friend mari thank you for having me thanks friendship beautiful.
"frederic" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"I love this music so much it's got so many sudden emotional changes that i hope you experience agitation comfort warmth and finally triumph simply click seventy year old from los angeles before the first of the chemists another two by frederic chopin.
Frederic Chopin Left His Heart in Poland
"Healthy when he was only thirty nine he died of burke yellow sus he was buried in france and a special box of polish earth was imported to sprinkle on his grave but chopin ask to have his heart removed put in an urn and sent to warsaw you can still see it there in the church of the holy cross one kind of piece that polish composer
Pedestrian killed by self-driving Uber car in Arizona, police say
"This bill next month monica rix kfi news zuber has suspended self driving vehicle program after one of its cars hit and killed a pedestrian in tempe arizona police say the vehicle was an auto mode with the driver behind the wheel when a woman walking outside of crosswalk was hit overnight uber has been testing the self driving vehicles in tempe and phoenix for months uber says on twitter it is fully fully cooperating with the investigation and expressed condolences to the family of the victim believes in austin texas says it looks like all four bombings in the past three weeks could be related the latest bomb went off last night in a different part of the city hurting to people atf agent frederic milnes cow ski so unlike the past three which looked like passages packages rather this one used a trip wires changes things it's more sophisticated it's not targeted to individuals were very concerned that with trip wires a child could be walking down the sidewalk and hit something the latest bomb went off shortly after officials announced an increased reward of one hundred fifteen thousand dollars for info leading to an arrest the pga tour set to begin the dell matchplay championship in west austin this week it's a security advisers are working closely with local police to keep players and fans safe the championship starts wednesday last through sunday is being held at the austin country club authorities believe the attacks are the.
"frederic" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"So you know i moved to seattle i moved to la i am going away moment the storm regular at the store in i'm feature of el paso okay and somebody says demere you fringe rose ramos mango fuck gear how are you kidding me any of russia's at an x together and he goes kuala marked next time and do that we first and then come here and i go that's genius yeah and he was as a matter of fact here's his number he knows you hear this week try call russ aarp and i go rush joe di as he was greatly of nickel rush about looking for nova mu i'm working over now oh paso his next homolka tie it can you give me a feature spot his yosemite a tape i go are you fucking kidding me send you a tape avenue frederic for fucking at that time it was ninety were now it's ninety eight i go don't worry by the bro thank you are hung up and then i just heard horror story in other large horror story upon yara stary because it was eagle based on your alma headliner in vegas like they asked exactly exactly i was a decline you don't understand what the fuck i am from a headline rhythm garage the second thursday at a month to k you ever get the kind of david test route there was at a time at guy yep yep yep rebecca let me tell a monica player greg man i i still arrest dress him fucking down it was the one of this next to the icon meant one of the other status things that's our restivo it was the first time anyone had sold out or the club have been sold out eased iran they've got tough stroke listed you hear from uncle joey they tough it will break out that harmonica i will have that room talk about yell it he was a generally fat guy that one now he was there that he was the headline of the night at the open mic would they flip to be a cap at me i told the kid you flip another thought to be a cabinet will have a proverb and they flipped a big cap at meal as a your mother the camera that age and i hit him in the head with the microphone.
The White House’s shameless statement on Kellyanne Conway’s Hatch Act violations
"To influence partisan elections the white house reaction today to the offices special counsel's eleven page report detailing and proving that kellyanne conway violated the law was simply to say we don't believe it this is the second time a white house employee has been found in violation of the haczek the first was dance gabino the white house director of social media the office of special council is not empowered to discipline white house staffers who violate the hatch act that discipline is left to the president and of course president trump has no discipline himself and imposes no discipline on anyone else working in the chaos white house the trump white house has staffers who break the law and get caught in nothing happens to them it has a communications director who co wrote hugely complimentary white house statements about her boyfriend after her boyfriend was exposed as having been accused of domestic violence by both of his previous wives it has a chief of staff who bombastically an angrily lied about a black woman member of congress got caught in those lies and refused to apologise for those lies and after lying about cars when frederic wilson john kelly actually went so far as to say he had nothing to apologize for and no member of the white house staff has ever been caught publicly lying more wildly more recklessly then john kelly did in that case but it's the trump white house and working in the trump white house means never having to say you're sorry not for lying not for lying about a woman not for lying about a black woman member of congress and so from from the top down from donald trump through john kelly and his predecessor runs priebus and sean spicer and steve bannon the director of social media all the way down two kellyanne conway who has no known function in the white house the whole team participates in and contributes to lying and chaos every single day because donald trump attacks and hires the very worst people for those jobs.
"frederic" Discussed on KGO 810
"Those at it gave spawned uh frederic d'allest douglas is a pretty big online presence now l that's awesome yeah he has hear the twitter yet the always ends his comments within by the way i'm still dead ray of course by the moon a good is good follow so i have a lot of friends who and when you think can't et carolyn are you still you catholic young catholic but it's ask wednesday i know i've been a bad catholic i haven't gotten my ashes and a couple of years oh my god so i was like we i thought you said you were killed because i have catholic friends and i'm seeing pictures of them with the the ashley therefore it and i'm like yo that's how i know what's ash wednesday it's asked what happ do you say happy ash wednesday now okay i mean i just trying to make sure i it's not recognizable day but it's the beginning of a of a more solemn contaminated at a time or knows no it's not like good friday where you were you wouldn't say like heavy good friday for peace down you know really are and what what what is the appropriate thing to say on ash wednesday hell no nice ashes wine in catholic school when we had asked young my friends i always compare are ashes if he who had the better ones so it's all catholic school at humor red bear who had the better ashes because sometimes the priest would like smudge it didn't look like a cross no yeah that we know is compared with last young doesn't look like across looks like they just did a thumbprint is like we can get the put him in the fbi database yeah now we are pretty wild and catholic school die that was you're crazy so ten ninety one apparently is when the catholic church joined the ritual of the receiving ashes on the first day of lent and then became called ash wednesday huh career so what half the time yeah oh dave it's their ios dave again started i now exactly it's also national oregon downer day today on a positive note yeah i'm an organ donor you yes i am days probably not why why do the amount of why are you an organ donor who has you livers pickled dave it's been exercising.
"frederic" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Do a lot of lecture recitals on chopin and so i was talking to him afterwards and i said that was awesome because he combined dave brubeck and frederic chopin and he made a piece called jing clear and you'll be colmey he could do so only he could do that and it's awesome and it's dave brubeck and he's just the most humble person you know he was as you know he past day but what a great musician great man and you know worked in you know two later patten actually a funny dave brubeck stories that he actually was asked to do the olympics on the opening ceremony in australia he told me and uh he's like you know but it was just too far for a gig true story now around the room and asked about celebrities the people work with bob you probably have a long list because you've been in the city a very very long time not necessarily only people you work with people who have walked into the room while you're the guy that happened to be playing the piano said zaki walking into the room of playing a piano bar in new york city and one winter night and stevie wonder walk shen while his wife and his manager which way for dinner i don't know so i walked right by the piano not unlike added stevie wonder so i didn't play any stevie wonder song but ten minutes later than his manager came over to me and said do you mind if stevie said in an played a couple song oh my gosh i said well is any good repression so he did he came up and he played about thirty minutes of new songs alone blaine and saying he did a thirty millimeter fast set right on my geoghegan on anxious leaning on the piano watching him you was he is good at all as we would expect was electrifying the place was packed and you could hear a pin drop oh man how long ago was this nineteen eighty two amazing eddie's not only an incredible musicians of told me his musicianship is amazing aside from the voice that we all now is that true from what your yeah yeah he did all the murders of his early earlier hits yeah amazing amazing did he gets talk to meddle narrowly.
"frederic" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Think that's an i think that's a good move i think that's a fair move and i'm glad to see that well and the thing is your sending a threshold between the two buoyed if you really look at it if you look at to read it in the why it's fair hey it's hard could jess you know and that's the thing is people don't talk and you never hear the government you care about well this is coming to add to the debt is not going to add to the debt they never talk about well this is how much we're going to take some people board and not take from people because that's what it is but you know what it's like everything else in our society he has always sugarcoated they always use euphemisms for it instead of going well yeah this is what we're really doing and and just like there with other people have said is to take some some thing from a person when may die simply be cash you can because you can get enough votes and you know you go back and read you know frederic bastiat yeah no whole bunch of the founding fathers if help out it's legalized plunders all his and yes if you are going to plunder a minority which in this case leave him in set the minority even smaller yeah you can get everybody else to vote on it and that's what one of your callers call the us is democracy and that's another fallacy we're not a democracy and what if you go back in history the democracy thing what that is is mop rule and it is or the guy say two walls and looking at his sheep and voting on who gets seat in now i mean seriously because that's what democracy all used involved and always has in history devolve into is and and you look at it the democratic party happens to be better at at dinner republicans suggest it just let me let we're almost as breaking something have to cut shopping tell me what you think about.
"frederic" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"And there's usually about one special agent frederic two or three national parks yosemite house a couple of special agents assigned just to go somebody but normally it's one or two privy national park and they're like the detectives and they follow up on cases and i explained with the national park system had done to me in obstructing us getting data and information and and i asked him i said can you give me any insight as to why this is going on in the car looked at me did in the eye and he goes well dave i'm a retired special agent spent thirty years with the park service and i know exactly what's going on it's called a lack of integrity and certain people in the national park service police in europe administration have a complete lack of integrity and they won't do the right thing and he says it's been that way for many years and whole probably be that way for many more and this is not an indictment of the national park rangers that the public sees every day you know they're they're great people they're doing god's work out there this select group at the higher echelon that are making these decisions and making these policies and when i talk to this retired special agent we talked for a long time and it was enlightening because it was his perspective being that insider but this is really what's going on and then he pointed us to a web a couple of websites that were uh maintained by other park rangers that talked about the discrimination that was going on to them their inability to get reports when they file freedom of information act reports.
"frederic" Discussed on Planet Money
"Some guys go to prison and they work out a lot massive biceps but remember frederic hudson was the businessman so he would spend all this time in the prison library writing business plans so i spin every day writing random whatever i'd be even if it was even possible feasible algae's write a plan for it i would write how went to build it outright who i went to hire i met whitecollar guys and i would be showed me how to write financial models and we would get paper taken together white paper i bet get rulers andrle lines make a spreadsheet my hand like physical papers direct yet it right so it was a tedious process but had time to do it he was doing what entrepreneurs do great he'd pick a problem and figure at a solution but as the days went on frederick realized the biggest problems that needed solving were actually all around inside this jail looked at from a business perspective prison was actually an unexploited gold mine exploded look at planet money of robert smith and i'm steve have today on the show a businessman goes to prison and decides he is going to disrupt the largest captive market in the world support for planet money and the following message come from rocket mortgage by quicken loans rocket mortgage gives you confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan with rocket mortgage you can apply simply and understand all the details so you can mortgage confidently to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash money equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty.
"frederic" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"One win frederic good rose score with the predators ahead this thing we still trail pittsburgh you the best of seven two games to one game for coming up monday night in the music city were reports every twenty minutes mike the can wfan 2020 sports stocks ars twentythree exactly tony vase it advantage when i when i am yankees with a homer barrage and good pitching in who better talk about in britain courtesy of nj advanced be joined us right now hey brennan now i i'm doing well crony thank you so much for having me on absolute let me ask before we talk about the home runs i was so impressed with jordan montgomery kind of reminded me of a big jimmy key yeah um you're in it coins it is commoner in phnom dirtiest state of the strike norm are at jimmy key is not on is not too big of a stretched uh today joe girardi during his post game meeting with reporters as he have brought up andy pettitte again i i'm not sure how after the comparison that it but you know i call matthey days in his own fight i joe made the crack that if anyone you want that montgomery went the turnout at fifteen season like uh andy pettitte by all means that i i think the yankees take that let me ask you it seem like the yankee the the pecking order of this starting five changes as tell me if this makes says right now right now severino's a number one sees it to my gumy's at three pineda's afford four tanaka the five that that about close um if you're talking in terms of performance if you're talking in terms of what they've given the yankees um yeah i would argue that tanaka is still by far the number one he is the one with the most recent impressive season long success he's the one with the best stuff he's the one who's been in need pressure spot the yankees have used them in that wildcard game.
"frederic" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh
"Let's start with your third star and it went to press forward frederic guterro who had one goal to shots complete thirteen oon your second star what to the from roman you'll see who had one goal three points six shots he was a plus two of played 23 thirty six and you're number one star what to the goaltender yep the netminder of the natural predators such pekka arena who stopped twenty seven of twenty a piece of allcomers rubber the king his way to no way yo she should be the number one stock or unify agree yes a mini was a stand out tonight in all aspects of the game and paced away in the leadership and get some back in the series all right let's take a look at the series with the penguins veteran game three they've been able to come back themselves but the at the laker predator served notice here that you'd better beware guys because were worrier on werner series right now and having to get tough not yet they're not going to give it to you and not just going to play average they're gonna bring their absolute best on monday night i just a couple things and gene on no shots on goal and this powerplay which is all for the past ten with just three shots and in the series just one goal for the penguins on the powerful in that came a 5on3 goal life guinea malkin so if the predator going to play that the weight that they play the last two games which they looks like they want to take it in the alley mikey they want they won although make this a real nasty series negga pushed the envelope and see what they can get away with physically if they're going to go over that lie which they have the last two games the you gotta make them pay it's the only way you've harped on this so many times in the playoffs that if a team is going to run around the way the predator running around and they're gonna put you on the power play the only way you curtailed that is the score on those carpets now one other factor in this game.
"frederic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Now let's qualify somebody well why we're doing that we have another pair tickets to give away to tomorrow's game i've got the winner what you got and i've got frederic treadmill is already out here rick treadwell frederic treadwell okay get that name in cairo we have a phone number and a good job one more to give away before we say chinese nationals are being awesome series i'm super exciting part murdiono you touched on it with paul white back down know going to the northern california honda dealer call the game but a debate that i got into my good friend and colleague brian murphy this past week coming off the cup series with the nats coming around i said have are biased brice harper who the most electric player in baseball murphy said by as i said harper they're both outstanding super entertaining to watch back and get your answer before today shows over rice harper at the answer i was like at heart they're both great aragon and exciting i'ma harper guy i don't know if it's system oh i don't know what it is is a is a defensive with tags and all this stuff is tremendous any credibility gap with this guy hits of five hundred feet runs into wall steel bit steals bases lifts the whole lineup and i will you don't wanna miss one of his it back i love it so it's price proper all the way if i was drafting a literally team i would drift brice harper i tell merck that i will not coming we are six of these sports talking baseball with marty lorry on npr succeeding the sports leader it's the bottom of the first bases are loaded and you're stuck in a lunch meeting original joe's to the rescue we'll bring the best of our menu to your office so you can secretly keep.