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Buffalo supermarket shooter arraigned on federal charges

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Buffalo supermarket shooter arraigned on federal charges

"The suspect in the buffalo is supermarket mass shooting has pleaded not guilty I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The white gunmen charged with killing ten black people in a racist mass shooting at a buffalo supermarket on May 14th has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges punishable by the death penalty The 27 count indictment returned last week accuses paint and gendron of engaging in substantial planning to commit an act of terrorism along with hate crimes and weapons counts Gendron also faces a parallel state prosecution on charges including hate motivated domestic terrorism murder and attempted murder as a hate crime The domestic terrorism hate crime charge carries an automatic life sentence He has pleaded not guilty to those charges as well I'm Lisa

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"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

"Today on WTO Multiple people shot four people including the gunman are dead tonight at a medical building in Tulsa Oklahoma Tulsa police say the assailant was armed with a rifle and that person as we mentioned he's dead The police captain in Tulsa says he's not sure whether police had shot this person or if he had shot himself stay with us on WTO a special report in just minutes Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are both found liable of defamation the jury and a fairfax county courtroom awarded debt more than $10 million in damages for statements heard made in a Washington Post op-ed Heard was awarded to million over a statement from Depp's lawyer calling her accusations of abuse a detailed hoax And a grand jury has charged the white 18 year old accused of shooting and killing ten black people at that buffalo supermarket with domestic terrorism motivated by hate Payton gendron was also charged with ten counts of first degree murder Stay with WTO for more on the stories and just minutes It's 7 Sorry Liz among the many crises The White House is juggling these days the ongoing baby formula The White House is announcing another shipment of baby formula from Europe The White House says United Airlines will fly enough Kendall infant formula to fill about 3.7 million 8 ounce bottles from London to airports across the U.S. over three weeks starting June 9th It's the third phase of the Biden administration's efforts to get more formula overseas into the U.S. It'll be available to buy a Target Store's first than elsewhere and online CBS correspondent Steve Dorsey President Biden has been meeting this afternoon with baby formula manufacturers Here's bob and the traffic center In Springfield on the outer loop just after van dorn street they truck remains at a stomp in the roadway and now police have blocked off the left side of the roadway could be involved in a crash not sure about that Either way you're getting mine by squeezing to the right slow from Springfield getting to that but then you don't slow again until you get close to telegraph road headed to and across the Woodrow Wilson bridge Three 95 and 95 each doing all right as a 66 beltway in Maryland interleukin is still quite heavy getting through Bethesda and into Silver Spring After that the pace picks up Just briefly slow getting around toward FedEx field where there's a concert tonight Southbound BW Parkway that's a slow little bit more than usual because some folks are coming that way to get onto the beltway to head toward greenbelt and landover northbound old Georgetown road north of the beltway still closed from the investigation between loano drive and Chester drive that was the crash involving the cyclist Silver Spring let me try that again Silver diner spring menu has several new plant based options from the vegan and gluten free Thai cauliflower quinoa pasta to their dairy free shake silver diner dot com eat well be well Bob and Linda WTO traffic Now your forecast from storm team four is Amelia Draper A mile night across the area on this Wednesday with lows in the upper 60s to mid 70s and in isolated shower thunderstorm Tomorrow is a storm team four weather alert day with areas of rain and storms for the afternoon and evening hours As a cold.

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"gendron" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And show I'm John trout our guest psychologist doctor Gregory Gantz doctor what could you have said to this kid is gendron kid to have stopped him from this senseless tragedy Before he if you had had him in your office a day before John I would have tried to figure out what is the pain What does he feeling and where is this coming from I'm going to ask him questions like who is telling you to do this Now it may sound like a funny question but who is telling you to do this Was no one in his life asking those questions Well that's a good question Who was we know many times the mental health system is fairly broke right now So we know many times people are going in and they're going out and they're dangerous A place of hope where I'm at We've had situations where we know that this is serious and they'll go to the emergency room and they're out in two hours Or it's quicker and we know So this is part of we're not doing good assessments and good mental healthcare It's got to change in our country This is the next it's the next pandemic It's the mental health issues We're going to see more of this But I'm going to ask him Yes I'm telling you to do this I'm going to I'm going to ask him hey why didn't you be thinking about your plan And I'm going to ask him are you planning on killing yourself Is it a case of trying to redirect them to see clearly or see reality They may have stepped over in line where they've made a decision already I'm going to gather as much information I can and I am going to have this person if I can detained by mental health professionals and held for a period of time for further assessment Here's a question that's always important to ask if you're concerned about a person doing something If the question who or what has betrayed you there's usually a sense of betrayal and they are on a revenge so you're going to see a central theme that's always betrayal I feel betrayed I am enraged I am going to do something about it Who betrays who hurt you so bad And really what are you trying to solve by doing that So as a psychologist with someone like that and your office ready to crack like that what do you do Do you say excuse me and then go out and call the police Yeah I do I do And I call the mental health professionals and we have they come out in pairs of two And I tell them this person has to be detained and they can be detained up to a certain amount of time And then we're going to probably get a court order to hold them longer because they're a danger to others and their self And that's the key right there Let's take a call From reading PA I believe the first name Ilan you have a question about the future of mental healthcare and that's where we are in this discussion Welcome to the show Thank you Yes with all of the problems that we've seen that have propped up and where we've seen it go to recently how do we combat How do we turn the conversation How do we fix future problems in mental health And how do you reach the kids Not just the parents but the kids Yeah good question Yeah Elon thank you because right now there's still great deal amount of shame associated with mental health issues But you know what We all know somebody and we've all had our personal struggles And so we've got to just be real and deal with it and get in there Our kids what kind of kids feel way too much apathy and when I say kids I say you know 12 25 But there's too much apathy about their future and things don't matter to them The motivation is down They don't see hope And we've got to show them that there's hope for the future We do have to address the severe depression I mean COVID and what we did to kids there's going to be there's a price to pay We're starting to see it Depression has been higher with our young people Anxiety disorders is high and they're behind academically developmentally what we're seeing with kids Even younger kids that were I'm going to say it they were masked and they were their speech is not properly developed We're talking to speech pathologists and they're telling us that they're seeing increased kids who have because we used to face the process of emotion kids are having difficulty at earlier ages and speech development So there is going to affect a whole generation and we need to help them Should those precautions have not been taken With kids masks being out of school or would there have been something else that could have been added to the mix to prevent where this anxiety ridden society is now Yeah and those are things we need to look at Okay what can we do differently What could we have done differently And I think it's another important question is why did we do it this way And because it really wasn't that difficult it's not rocket science to figure out if I do this I do this over time Here's what's going to happen And here's what's going to happen to the mental health What's a greater what's a greater problem You know if you look at the young people they were the least likely of a concern as it relates to COVID But they're probably suffering the most Our guest is psychologist doctor Gregory jans our phone number 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo that's H 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 I'm.

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'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

"A plea for the nation to end racial violence 86 year old Ruth whitfield was one of ten black people massacred in an attack on a supermarket in Buffalo New York her daughter Robin Harris during a Thursday news conference first shouted how dare you referring to accuse gunmen Peyton gendron before she called on people in this country to take action I need this Violence to stop We need to fix this And we need to fix it now Attorney Benjamin krupp says gun makers know what they are selling and who their customers are What did they think this 18 year old young man was going to do with an AR-15 that can shoot 70 rounds and 20 seconds Authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges against children who posted hundreds of pages of his plans before the shooting I'm Tim McGuire

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"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

"Yelled at the suspect in the supermarket massacre Payton gendron the 18 year old white man accused of killing ten black people He's being held without bail a court date has been set for June 9th CBS's Duncan on what defense attorneys are saying They know that the grand jury has voted to indict but they say that they have not seen that information in terms of what those charges consist of We know that the acute shooter again pleaded not guilty to first degree murder The head of the FDA Robert caliph right now is facing Congress over the baby formula shortage This crisis has shown us the impact of having a single manufacturer or cease production for a period And unless we strike them the resilience of our supply chain we could be one natural disaster quality mishap for cyberattack from being here again Last night the House passed a $28 million spending bill to help the FDA inspect domestic and international formula producers and President Biden invoked the defense production act to speed up manufacturing and imports Just now at The White House the president standing alongside the leaders of Finland and Sweden those countries want to join NATO Today I'm proud to welcome and offer the strong support of the United States for the applications of two great democracies and two close highly capable partners McDonald's says it has found a buyer for its 850 restaurants in Russia that buyers of franchisee who operates 25 McDonald's in Siberia the names of those restaurants will change A day after Wall Street's latest wipeout the Dow was down about 300 points strategist Matt Orton Today I don't think it's going to be earnings that move the market today It's really going to be more of digestion of what happened yesterday and just the destruction that we saw across the retail names Bad earnings reports from many retailers yesterday set off a new round of recession fears There are some big trouble with some big vehicles Jeff Gilbert of affiliate WW has more on the recall from Ford Certain 2021 navigators and expeditions have been catching fire in Ford isn't yet sure why One person spent hurt there have been 16 incidents 13 while the vehicle was parked for its advising owners to park the vehicles outside more information when the company comes up with a fix The Census Bureau says one in 20 residents in Arkansas and Tennessee were missed in the 2020 census and four other states had what are called significant undercounts that could cost them federal money and representation This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO.

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 Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Buffalo supermarket at center of deadly shooting a community lifeline

"18 year old white man accused of fatally shooting ten black people at a buffalo supermarket is scheduled to appear in court Peyton gendron who live streamed his deadly supermarket shooting from a helmet camera before surrendering to police Will appear in an eerie county courtroom this morning before a buffalo city judge Last week his court appointed lawyer entered a not guilty plea on murder charges shortly before the attack last Saturday gendron posted writings to online discussion groups detailing his plans and his racist motivations authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime or terrorism charges all but two of his 13 alleged victims were black The reverend Al sharpton is expected to speak at the funeral for deacon Hayward Patterson on Friday

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"gendron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Accused of killing ten black people at a buffalo supermarket is scheduled to appear in court today Authorities continue to investigate the possibility of hate crime or terrorism charges against Peyton gendron New York governor Kathy hochul authorized the state's attorney general to investigate social media platforms used by gendron to determine if they were liable for providing a platform to plan and promote violence Social media companies have to take responsibility for incendiary content on their platforms That's the intersection of two crises right now That are unfolding in our country The mainstreaming of hate speech of racism nationalism white supremacy and the easy access to military style weapons and magazines Governor hulk will also say she signed an executive order that required state police to flag people who might be deemed a danger to themselves or others New York mayor Eric Adams said he has no plans to reinstate a mask mandate in public schools even after health officials this week raised the city's COVID alert level to high and advised wearing face coverings indoors We are being extremely strategic and we are fighting COVID with not only the tubes that we didn't have before but we're also fighting COVID using the intelligence we need to win Mayor Adam says we're staying prepared and not panicking President Biden's top health official tested positive for COVID-19 the latest member of his cabinet to be infected with the virus according to a spokeswoman U.S. health secretary Javier becerra has mild symptoms and is fully vaccinated and boosted The Justice Department announced U.S. Supreme Court Justices will receive around the clock security and home among other protections It follows the leaked draft opinion advocating overturning abortion rights Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg John Michael.

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"gendron" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I want you to hear Tucker, because it must be a weird place to sort of be in the crosshairs like this. Of the viciousness of the left and the attacks, can you imagine what it must be, what it must feel like to be blamed for a mass shooting like this, here's what Tucker said. Gendron left in a 180 page letter that he said would explain his motives. You've probably heard this document described as a racist manifesto. But that's not quite right. It's definitely racist, bitterly so. Gendron reduces people to their skin color. That's the essence of racism and it's immoral. But what he wrote does not add up to a manifesto. It is not a blueprint for a new extremist political movement, much less the potential inspiration for a racist revolution. Anyone who claims that it is, is lying, or hasn't read it. Instead, gendron's letter is a rambling pastiche of slogans and Internet memes, some of which flatly contradict one another. The document is not recognizably left wing or right wing. It's not really political at all. The document is crazy. It's the product of a diseased and organized mind. At one point, gender suggests that Fox News is part of some global conspiracy against him. He writes like the mental patient he is, disjointed, irrational, paranoid. Now that's true, not that it makes the atrocities he committed easier to bear. If your daughter was murdered on Saturday in Buffalo, you wouldn't care why the killer did it or who he voted for. But the truth about Peyton gendron does tell you a lot about the ruthlessness and dishonesty of our political leadership. Within minutes of Saturday's shooting before all of the bodies of those ten murdered Americans had even been identified by their loved ones. Professional Democrats had begun a coordinated campaign to blame those murders on their political

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Tucker Carlson: The Truth About Payton Gendron's Letter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Tucker Carlson: The Truth About Payton Gendron's Letter

"I want you to hear Tucker, because it must be a weird place to sort of be in the crosshairs like this. Of the viciousness of the left and the attacks, can you imagine what it must be, what it must feel like to be blamed for a mass shooting like this, here's what Tucker said. Gendron left in a 180 page letter that he said would explain his motives. You've probably heard this document described as a racist manifesto. But that's not quite right. It's definitely racist, bitterly so. Gendron reduces people to their skin color. That's the essence of racism and it's immoral. But what he wrote does not add up to a manifesto. It is not a blueprint for a new extremist political movement, much less the potential inspiration for a racist revolution. Anyone who claims that it is, is lying, or hasn't read it. Instead, gendron's letter is a rambling pastiche of slogans and Internet memes, some of which flatly contradict one another. The document is not recognizably left wing or right wing. It's not really political at all. The document is crazy. It's the product of a diseased and organized mind. At one point, gender suggests that Fox News is part of some global conspiracy against him. He writes like the mental patient he is, disjointed, irrational, paranoid. Now that's true, not that it makes the atrocities he committed easier to bear. If your daughter was murdered on Saturday in Buffalo, you wouldn't care why the killer did it or who he voted for. But the truth about Peyton gendron does tell you a lot about the ruthlessness and dishonesty of our political leadership. Within minutes of Saturday's shooting before all of the bodies of those ten murdered Americans had even been identified by their loved ones. Professional Democrats had begun a coordinated campaign to blame those murders on their political

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"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

"D.C. we're at 68 national harbor 68° Sterling down to 63 and some of us dropping into the 50s overnight Ten 11 here on WTO The white gunman accused of massacring ten people in a racist rampage at a buffalo supermarket taunted law enforcement online last month He showed up in Buffalo and march as well Buffalo's police commissioner says the accused gunman planned to keep on killing if he had escaped the scene and even talked about shooting up another store 18 year old Peyton gendron ultimately surrendered to police who confronted him in the supermarket's vestibule He was pleading not guilty to murder today messages were left with his attorneys today No one answered the door at his family's home We talk about the case with UC Berkeley African American studies professor Nikki Jones about a conspiracy theory that gendron believed It's called great replacement and falsely states non white people are brought into the U.S. and other Western countries to replace white voters to achieve a political agenda This is a really old ideology to defend the white supremacists notion that national citizenship is intertwined with whiteness And that's at the origins of our foundation of the nation And so we see it reignited and we certainly have seen it reignited over the last decade plus And what we see is both the fragility of whiteness and the fearfulness of whiteness and then you combine that with the access to guns and access to weapons like an AR-15 And it is a recipe for disaster Think about the experience of black people historically both being under protected by the police and being the targets of white vigilantes and we could think about that in the late 19th and early 20th century And here we are in the 21st century And we still have those experiences And we still have white vigilantes targeting black people in mass killings Think about the highest levels of the political discussion in the U.S. We have had just recently a president who espoused President Trump these white nationalists ideals And encourage the kind of violence and aggression that accompanies it It's important for people to think about this as a spectacular event of violence because it is and yet it's one that's embedded in the fabric of our nation And we have yet to disentangle ourselves from that Are you in the mood to talk about possible solutions or is it time right now less time to discuss that and just time to think about what's happened here I think we have to think about solutions and yet I think we know the solutions We know that we could have stricter gun legislation We had an assault weapon ban in the 90s We could have a return to that When we think about case after case of this violence we see again the same weapon AR-15 And so the solution is one that requires action and pushing back against the gun lobby And it is striking how much people are willing to tolerate And I think that is one of the most devastating dimensions of this kind of violence when we see it again and again and again is that our political leaders have not been able or willing to address this problem at the highest level You see Berkeley African American studies professor Nikki Jones She was with us on Skype Coming up on WTO both the Nats and O's have had a few good performances this season tonight is not among them Rob has more coming up Moments like watching my grandsons.

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Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

"Killer in laguna Woods, you may not know about. Yesterday afternoon, a 60 year old Asian man, that's the only description I have from the Los Angeles Times, stood up in a luncheon honoring a former pastor at a Taiwanese Christian church in laguna Woods, which is not far from my old home in Orange County. They were welcoming back for a luncheon, Jerry Chen, excuse me, I want to get that Jerry Chandler's the fellow gave the quote the former pastor's name is here somewhere I can't find it, but Tom Kramer, who is the head of the presbytery of Los ranchos. Again, I used to be a member of this Presbyterian. Kramer did not know if the pastor was harmed in the shooting, a pastor clobbered the gunman as he tried to reload with a chair and a bunch of the so called older victims. They were all in their 60s. Those not shot tackle them in hog tied in, but it's a 60 year old Asian man is the killer there. In Harris county, Texas, the more traditional weekend shooting, two young men shooting at each other, wounding three and killing two at a Harris county flea market. At 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. So guns are everywhere, The Wall Street Journal, however, wrote about the particular evil of the buffalo shooting. There is a culture of white supremacy in the United States and people need to understand not large, but it definitely evil and it's dangerous because it attracts the unbalance like this 18 year old this was pure evil said Erie county sheriff Garcia in an app summary of the mass murder at a cyber market in Buffalo writes The Wall Street Journal. That appears to be racially motivated. The alleged shooter 18 year old Peyton gendron, the last time you'll hear his name on my show, is another young man possessed by inexplicable hatred.

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"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on WTOP

"There was straight up racially motivated hate crime Police say gendron was wearing military style clothing and tactical gear including a helmet where he had a fixed camera that live streamed the shooting CBS is when did Gillette The suspect was arraigned last night in charge with first degree murder W IVB TV reporter Kelsey Anderson was inside the courtroom He was staring straight at the judge the entire time He was wearing a white mask and a white paper gown something like what you would wear at a doctor's office Now to that baby formula shortage it's like a scavenger hunt desperate parents taking desperate measures to find formula in short supply Meanwhile a new family run company is trying to keep up with the demand By heart is a baby formula that hit the market in March We worked with the world's experts in breast milk research to get closer than ever to before to breast milk Ron Bel de grun cofounded the company with his sister Mia Funt In just the first 6 days we sold into all 50 states That was really shocking to us They sell online and have so far kept pace with demand They control their own supply chain and don't outsource production Steve kathin CBS News Almost three months after Russia shocked the world by invading Ukraine a British reports as the attack has lost momentum The BBC's Joe inwood is in lviv Ukraine Losing troops is the main thing losing armor losing equipment The report also says that they've lost a third of the ground forces that they use to launch this invasion In terms of how it's happening well they are coming up against incredibly stiff resistance at every point Ukraine says Russian forces are withdrawing from around har cave Ukraine's second largest city after bombarding it for weeks Singer Britney Spears has posted on Instagram about the death of what she called her miracle baby Today she announced the loss about a month after she first announced her pregnancy with her new husband spears called this a devastating time and added perhaps she should.

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"gendron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In over a 120 countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update authorities in Buffalo say they're moving quickly to prosecute in 18 year old man accused of murdering ten people in a grocery store Erie county district attorney John Flynn told reporters Saturday The wheels of justice are moving swiftly A felony hearing will not take place in 5 days And then the investigation continues So we have taken the appropriate steps right now to get him behind the virus 18 year old Peyton gendron is being charged with first degree murder for allegedly shooting 13 people Saturday afternoon at a buffalo grocery store ten of the victims died gendron is pleading not guilty Authorities believe the crime was racially motivated Minority leader Mitch McConnell leading a delegation of Republican senators on a visit to war torn Ukraine President zelensky announced the visit on telegram Saturday morning Video shows McConnell accompanied by senator Susan Collins and John cornyn being greeted by zelensky in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv I'm Brad Seeger You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol masher and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steven from Bloomberg radio All right with all the market volatility again this week I mean it's really been the theme of 2022 market volatility So we recently caught up with a perfect guest to talk about it He has seen a lot of market cycles Fair to call him legendary Allen Patrick Hoff an early VC he helped build and grow such companies as America online Office Depot A little company called Apple audible as well He's the chairman emeritus and cofounder of gray Croft He's also got a new book out Carol It's called no red lights reflections on life 50 years in venture capital and never driving alone You know everybody I meet is lived for such a short time relatively in this market that they only see everything going up and I've lived through so many cycles that to me this was inevitable it's going to come Everybody was living in a euphoric state that things were only going to go up And I think you better be prepared for some kind of hiccup and I don't know why it's going to happen but that's just the way the markets work How big of a hiccup and how long are the hiccup Well I think it depends on what the after fall is after this initial setback Will the market stabilize or is it going to you know after a certain period of time go down again I mean the levels that the markets have just been increasing steadily until the beginning of this year I mean last year was dramatic The whole Trump era was dramatic I always follow the theory that markets don't like surprises And all we had was surprises for four years and the market kept going on So I think we've got an after effect of that And I just say one thing this is not the time to sell I think you got to ride the rocky periods and watch how to see how it stabilizes Even a name like you know you've got meta meta platforms right Facebook down about 38% this year We were talking about Netflix before we got going It's down almost 46% since April 19th when it just freaked out the markets right When it came down with a lack of subscriber growth So I don't know how do we make sense of some of that Is that opportunity to you Or is it like there's something wrong Well if I were following public markets I'd be looking very carefully for where the opportunities are in terms of companies that have relatively good values and relation to their revenues and their profits and which ones have the balance sheets that are going to sustain themselves No matter what happens to interest rates But in terms of meta and Google and Apple I think we're going through a period where for finally the Congress are now focused on the monopoly positions that these companies have And there's legislation pending And I think that it's long been longer company You really are coming You realize that the Internet has not had any regulation there's been no regulation in 25 years we're living with outdated monopoly laws And I think that Europe has just passed some very significant laws And the U.S. is going to follow I think very shortly And that is an overhang Very curious about your thoughts on this Does the monopoly power that you argue that some of these big tech companies have to what extent does that stifle innovation when it comes to startups Of course it does I mean you know I can't tell you the number of companies I've been on the board of where I'm going to aboard me and they'd say traffic was down 50% or whatever the percentage is why Google changed their algorithms I mean that's monopoly if I've ever heard it I mean we our original monopoly laws were related to control of the railroads that control of oil now we're seeing a different kind of monopoly control And that is you know when you have 90% of your search going through one vehicle and when people are putting their own internal products and offerings ahead of other products that are available that's monopoly Consumers get hurt Yeah Oh ultimately of course Well let's put this way The advertisers are getting hurt The competitive businesses are getting hurt And I.

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"gendron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"gendron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And the economy Lisa you're not embarrassed I mean Abramovich is not embarrassed right It's like I carried away Almost as well as they know each other Tom's a little tired he slept on my couch Thanks Joe Got a few as late appreciated Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich You think the bank is one high race Lisa Do you think this guy occasionally is blue We've seen mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television Authorities in Buffalo say they're moving quickly to prosecute in 18 year old man accused of murdering ten people in a grocery store Erie county district attorney John Flynn told reporters Saturday The wheels of justice are moving swiftly A felony hearing will not take place in 5 days And then the investigation continues So we have taken the appropriate steps right now to get him behind the bars 18 year old Payton gendron is being charged with first degree murder for allegedly shooting 13 people Saturday afternoon at a buffalo grocery store ten of the victims died gendron is pleading not guilty Authorities believe the crime was racially motivated Minority leader Mitch McConnell leading a delegation of Republican senators on a visit to war torn Ukraine president zelensky announced the visit on telegram Saturday morning Video shows McConnell accompanied by senator Susan Collins and John cornyn being greeted by zelensky in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv I'm Brad seger And now this Bloomberg sports update White Sox snapped the Yankees 5 game win streak and walk off fashion a three two victory Luis Robert your game winning RBI single off a roll this Chapman Giancarlo Stanton three more hits in an RBI Nestor Cortes junior will get the ball this afternoon and the rubber game of three Patrick mazzika the go ahead solo shot in the 7th as the mets were able to withstand the Mariners 5 four Edwin Diaz shut the door in the 9th while the mets had coughed up a four one lead before mazeika put them in front for keeps Francisco Lindor knocked in a pair as well as they'll play the rubber game of the series this afternoon meanwhile before the game the mets placed catcher James McCann on the injured list thanks to a broken bone in his wrist he's likely on the shelf for about 6 weeks Rangers and penguins for all the marbles later tonight a game 7 at the garden as the rangers looking to complete the comeback from three one down in the series Teams are going to be wearing the gold and ready to go and everybody knows the loser goes home so it should be a fun game It's a close series The TV evenly matched And hopefully we'll come out on top but it's going to be I think expecting a real good game Head coach Gerard gallant as he hopes this club won't start as slow later tonight They've had to rally from two zero down in both games 5 and came 6 to force this deciding game 7 Now further word on the availability for Sidney Crosby for Pittsburgh who sat at game 6 with an upper body injury however he was able to skate at practice Gallo filmmaker decided to withdraw from next week's PGA Championship lefty is the defending champion but he hasn't played a few months following this controversial comments regarding the premier golf league backed by Saudi Arabia Meanwhile at the Byron Nelson Sebastian munoz holds a one shot lead on Jordan Spieth as he sits at 21 under after three rounds and the giant is able to come to terms with both of their first round picks as kayvon thibodeau and Evan Neal both locked in on four year deals And that's your Bloomberg sports update I'm Mark Bennett.

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 Yes, there are turkeys for Thanksgiving - for a price

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Yes, there are turkeys for Thanksgiving - for a price

"Labor shortages will mean bigger more expensive turkeys this year the American farm bureau estimates a thanksgiving feast for ten will be about fifty three dollars this year up fourteen percent from last year water ball C. E. O. J. gentran says labour transporting feed costs all stored and remain elevated inflation drill everybody is saying and everybody is feeling it Gendron says labor shortages led to processing delays and while the turkeys waited they grew bigger that's what we're saying larger Turkey's a market place where you're hearing that there are fewer small Turkish but there's surely plenty of churches are just larger Gendron says there will be about the same number of whole turkeys this year as last year I'm

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"gendron" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"gendron" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And throws a fastball in near the ankles of for all one andres leading the grizzlies no triple crown categories. Though he does share the rbi lead at thirty with dustin woodcock from janitor. Regna watches fastball. Belo's needs revolt zoom. Rag no is ahead of the pack with eleven home runs batting average. Three twenty nine. It's been hovering between three twenty in three fifty last couple of weeks to balls and no strikes the count the bitch. Right now. watson fastball. The lower outside corner dotted for strike wa brag known the back half of the box tops. The barrel on home gendron throws to one rolls down the first base side. It stay spare heading for the quarter in the joliet bullpen. It rolls up the but and lands underneath the pitchers shares. So that's an automatic double for a place called dead still running. Is someone gonna tell me to go back. Yes it'll be a whole played umpire ban gray. Who made it all the way up to the third bag to tell andrea. Hey that ruled on the chair. Deadball you gotta go back. Andreas rag. No continuing incredibly hot month coming into today. Sitting three seventy five in july with eight home runs air. Twenty three or beyond an for andrea. That was his sixth. To bag of the season he gets gay or other and scoring position and the top of the first sitting with zoo gone. They're still though score knows abras. Reo who has eleven b is in the last ten games gets the chance to face the lefty gendron with do away. Andreas leads off. Second base infield shifted slightly to the left but not much left handed. Or right hander wind blowing back and rosario space i mitch. Snider gets it on the hands but call the strike on the edge of the season zero hitting to sixty two five homers in twenty three rb odds oh and off. Rosario jumps out of the way of insight basketball. That's possible off. The glove of rap bone roads all the way to the backstop and rag nose up to third.

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Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

"A woman in New York has received an unusual transplant Sonea same says she spent the last six years trying to catch every breath every moment after extensive treatment for her severe asthma it's been so long that I didn't think it was the same is breathing freely again doctors at new York's Mount Sinai replaced her trachea the tube that connects air from the mouth to the lungs Dr Eric Gendron says the asthma treatment is what caused all the damage she had the two men for quite some time and it damaged the tracheal airway experts say it's too soon to say if saints transplant was a total success but she thinks it's a success but it's great that I was able to be doctors say this drastic operation could potentially help corona virus patients left with serious wind pipe damage from breathing machines I'm at Donahue

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"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"Maybe this is more because of the state that we're in right now but cultivate community. Yes that old expression you know. It takes a village. I think they're beautiful with them in that and if we can find a way to cultivate community whatever that looks like we're a lot better off for having different sort of eyes and ears on a because they might be able to be that person that comes in and says you need to drink a beer. Let me take the baby or whatever. The case is like something that can be a game changer for that family and just give them the rest that they need or give them the advice that will help their child feel better. I better any of the things that just we're social creatures and we need each other and that's strange right now because being close can hurt people but there's ways to connect and you know sometimes it might be the sacrifice of a loving grandparent that says you know what i'm gonna be there for you but that means that i'm not gonna really come into contact with other people at this time. There's ways to do it. Yeah initially as you're talking. I think to having those people around you that can support you in a non judgmental way or if you're supporting somebody postpartum please give advice of its asked for and if the house is messy just quietly. Clean it or offer to clean. It don't run around to statistics getting like. I can't believe this is betsy and bye and come in with this sense of urgency anxiety. Because you're just going to stress them out more in a stress that post bar of family out so much and i think that's why sometimes it's ironic. Why they don't ask for help if they feel like who's gonna be helping them is going to come in with so much judgement. Let's just put it up to the cy and do our best to listen to what the family needs and allow them to voice that to you and create that safe space because when you do that invites so much healing. It can have that place for mom to cry. She needs to or just to allow herself to receive it so important. Yeah and it would be great if we could all use that not just put part of mamas and families but we could all use that so we create this community so then when these situations arise whether it be giving birth or somebody gets sick. It's not even a question you know. You have a tribe behind you. You know that would be a beautiful thing. And so i hope that from the time that we all start to really work our communities and create that sense of support around. Yeah and if you're still pregnant and having given birth yet began to cultivate that try now. Yeah before post-partum rise. Thank you amy so much if anyone would like to reach out to you. How can they do that. They can go to my website which is just my name amy. Gendron dot com. Am wise g. e. n. d. r. o. n. You can find.

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"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"You know like. I think about that often with even a fertility patients. When we're talking about well why do you want to get pregnant it. Are you doing the because us. Why why are you doing this. Like what is it gonna fill free. What do you hope it's going to fulfil you and that often silences people which is really interesting to me. Because you're going through all of the sometimes they've already gone through assisted reproductive methods better pretty harsh and then a lot of money and a lot of time and had a lot of challenges on their relationship and they really don't know how to answer that question. It's interesting to me again. Like i don't have children. I don't have that kind of urge happening within me. So it's easier for me to just be so abstract. Just say whoa. Why why do you wanna do that. It it's a good question. Because do you feel ready to have a baby or are you having a baby because your mom has been asking to be a grandmother since you're nineteen years old or your father wants grandchildren or there can be this pressure. You need to hurry up and get married and have children. So i can be grandparents right not a good reason to have a baby and the relationships like sometimes people are in stagnant relationships. And they're looking for a little something to enliven it. And i'm like oh. Please don't do that to a child you know like like. Let's let's deal with those things. I write a baby. Won't save your marriage you know it's like you gotta have a robust has nurtured situation that wants to bring loves and i'm not saying if all peaches and cream there's definitely challenges and some of the best relationship and the growth occurs but there's gotta be that sort of foundation of respect and love and not asking this child to come in and fix something. That's a heavy burden to carry. Yeah yeah you're right you're right and sometimes those little stinkers again. When manly cer- couples aren't ready. So it can be i give and take but in that. I think it's even more important to look at what your needs are and communicate with each other and honor your feelings and all of that said helps you to navigate it. Yeah yeah so. If you had one last bit of wisdom to share with families postpartum what would that be. I would say.

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"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"Yeah absolutely and you know some of that comes into what i was saying about the he kind of consuming all the fluids in the body. And so you'd wanna look at things that could help kind of first of all con the excess heat down. that's an issue and then also provide that lubricating. They're looking at things that are going to be more of a sweet nature and when we see sweet and chinese medicine. I'm not talking sugar. Like the chinese lettuce than that are sweet are going to be more like a sweet potato or like your oats without maple syrup without sugar. Who without honey without all that stuff is like oath and john wall are going to be more about tweet nature and you can see that when you cook them if they make oatmeal in a pan or something and you get that film that sticks to the pan afterwards. That kind of what it does in your body is because as you put the oatmeal in your body and it mixes with your saliva. It gets more wet and it creates this nice little moose lodge coding throughout and so that just provides a fluidity where your blood and everything has more than the mix with with not so dry and congested giving rise to all the heat and all of that where it just if out of control. There's a few different things that we can look at doing there and then just providing circulation to that area for warren comes in. You need a few points around. That area creates the stimulus that can be really helpful and again back to relaxation. Everything oftentimes breastfeeding it. A lot harder than people think and they give themselves a really hard time. Why isn't this happening. Should be happening. Quicker should be easier and they just have to like sit and wait though it can help them be a little bit more calm and patient with that as well. Yeah and as someone that's breastfed for children. When you're talking about heat i'm thinking back to when you're so engorged when your milk i comes in and your swollen. It makes sense to me what you're saying and also that release of endorphins. Home is so beneficial to because often if mamas are very very stressed overtired all of that. It can affect your milk. Supply can affect the letdown of your milk. Yeah i remember. I had a friend whose mother advised her to drink a guiness when she was having a hard time breastfeeding. And i know there's reasons for again like the grains that produce beer are sweet in chinese medicine. So they're gonna create that fluidity. There's b. i'm gonna hops.

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"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"Something like that. Because i don't know that somebody who wasn't healthy could've gotten through that and they. They did not think that she would live. But i think share will. She wanted to be a mother. She wanted to go through this process. Not because she wanted to be a warrior but wanted to see her baby. We women will make a lot of sacrifices for babies and it's a powerful powerful thing but at the same time. I think we don't pause to stop and take care of ourselves and replenish ourselves. It's really important right now. If someone is pregnant to begin to put a plan in place postpartum you can navigate this new journey with the baby because it changes your life forever and sometimes there's so much focus on being pregnant and giving birth. That families aren't preparing for life with a new baby. Yeah and you know. I think as people who work around any type of maternal health. I noticed that that there were a ton of labor support dulas that wanted to go in for the bird. It's an exciting time it's like an adrenaline rush. Nobody will ever forget when you've been there for them through that birthing process. It's beautiful. I love it but at the end of the day where the need is the most. As far as what. I'm seeing i mean don't really wrong. There would've been some great things to come with my friends -tuation if there was a a dual there but is somebody had been with her. They might have caught her situation sooner. You know thankfully again. There was a nurse that came in. But i think a lot of people in our culture tends to be that like adrenaline junkie. And so they want to go into the birth they want the exciting part of it but the aftermath. When it's just about putting in the hard work you know like dealing with a crying baby and dealing with a really scared tired mom or whatever is going on like. It's just work at that time and it's a longer. It's like a marathon versus the quick relative quickness of the birth. So i think that people need to understand that. There's a huge need once. The baby is born. It's not like everything goes back to normal. Or even establishes a new normal ever changing situation. Yeah and some families see the value in getting postpartum support. But i think sometimes there is this.

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"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"She works as a specialty physician here in central florida. Thank you amy for once again. Being on the birth east podcast. I'm so grateful to have you here with me today. thank you. i'm excited to be here with you. So let's dig in to this topic of postpartum hemorrhage because i think so many pregnant and birthing women aren't aware even those of us that work in the birth field. They aren't aware of the ways that it really can support a mother postpartum. Yeah i think that if we go into what inspired me to become a dula in the first place that might be a good starting point because it really speaks to the postpartum period. I have friends probably one of my first friends who became pregnant. Who lives up in new york and in a very affluent area you would think that her birth experience was going to be tremendously wonderful. That wasn't the case even early in her pregnancy. I wanna say. I don't remember what point but as somewhere along the way they started pressuring her she was a young healthy athletic individual and they started pressuring her saying that she might have a baby that too big for her to bird now. I played field hockey with this girl. She was a national champion with an amazingly fit individual..

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Happy aromantic spectrum awareness week!

The Inner Dialogue

09:46 min | 2 years ago

Happy aromantic spectrum awareness week!

"Happy ear Mandic spectrum awareness. Week everyone so as you can done by my all of you that this is what I'm going to talk about being mandic and what that has meant for me and before I even start obviously wanted to give a definition of being a romantic so as an eater minded person. I feel no romantic attraction to anyone but in gendron anyone who has era matic could feel little or no romantic attraction to be our only feeder minded construction to be invasion. Eric Asians are under a very address. A consensus so hi. This is another part of my identity. I am either manic. Something that I've talked about before is being sexual route so these are two different things but for me the sort of good together just because align very well in terms of being on the same side of the spectrum which is like a we from what the world expects you to be which I guess is is a thing for many people who identify differently than what the Gentry society expects. You do identify as anyway so this episode. I wanted to talk about what it means for me to be eater MANDIC and how I had the inner dialogue with myself. Do you figure out that I'm either magic and not some other kind of romantic and just telling this my story? I guess so Even before I start I just wanted to see that figuring out my romantic orientation all my I guess being eater. Mandich was much harder than figuring out that sexual and I think if you find it hot during the sun was the difference between dramatic or indeed and sexual orientation the best way that my friend was romantic. Attraction is who you want delivered whereas sexual attraction is who you want to go to bed and from what I understand going to bed with. Someone is like a very strong feeling that people feel towards a specific worsen and they want to like do actions related to that so the fact that I didn't want to do any of that or didn't feel in physical attraction to what somewhat was very easy to gauge. In that game me I because all yeah this makes sense. I'm a sexual but when I think of what. So what do I want remanded we? It was harder because I think the biggest thing is that it's hard to define what falls under the romantic side of things right like I always while growing up wanted to marry you want to do have a family and Twenty to have that typical family that the DVD's shows showed me and my life showed me but off delake alarm dissecting and ask him questions. I realized that I wanted to have kids. And be a CO parent with my best friend. Do those kids. That is what I thought was a normal marriage but now I've learned obviously there's more to it but I kind of knew growing up that I'm not very romantic person but that was kind of considered okay like all of us know people in relationships where one is more romantic than the other. But these things will work out so when I was offered out that Sexual I side questioning like weed. So what's my romantic orientation and that was much harder because I had to. I define what I'm mean to be dramatic and in my head before I even questioned what what is romance. I used to think it's just like it's just the same as being with your best friend. I know understood what the difference between being relationship and being with your best friend was and now I understand does like more sexual stuff to it but also also that romance side effects which has gone d to make each other feel special. You make each other realize that you're more important than just a normal friend and for me. There are people who are very important to me but I consider them my friends. Because I don't think I would necessarily like to hold a hand or colluded with them on. I don't know I don't think I would be comfortable with them being in my Boston. Space all the time but I would stern want to be there for them if they need head and I know they'd be. Defa me if I need help so we have. We have that special bond. But we don't necessarily help the romance but in the bond so I had really said Don Indus- at Wedge Romance Means for me. Do I ever wanted to ever feed attracted to be ballooning romantic. Solder we and that was hard like I think figuring out sexual misconduct like half the dame that figuring out. I was ear MANDIC DICK. Because I had do sedan and imagine all these scenarios that I thought I wanted for the longest time in my life and actually asking myself if I would be comfortable in the scenario so I did think that I would like to did someone at some point but then when Assad known anonymous like would I be comfortable going out for dinner with someone under the under the. I guess like todd that this romantic evening. Not just assigning front as friends and allies. That I wasn't I wasn't comfortable with someone thinking that be a more than France. I don't know why but like when I think of that. It just doesn't feel normal natural to me. But here's the thing I like. Seeing romance in movies are like my friends when the In Romantic reminded situations alike are happy. Feel I feel happy for them but every time I imagine someone sending me flowers or rolling my hand dig. Miana Dido meeting them out on a date. I feel awkward about a dozen fee lake. The puzzle pieces fit and I think it. Was this awkwardness. That made me realize that. Yeah I'm reminded because I've never seen someone on that someone who are one dude. Do these things with do will hands. And maybe cuddling just st exclusively word for the longest time. Because I've realized that people who I'm really attached to people who are thinking closest friends once they start dating. I am happy for them. If they're happy I can see that they're happy and then that makes me happy but does no sense of jealousy or does not that I feel is like oh you should only hang out exclusively with me. I like you should only have special bonding dimes with me. And not this other person but yeah just like. I'm not saying that when people put their boyfriends girlfriends like that significant other partners above the best friend that it's okay it has not okay and tactfully. My friends have done that yet but I do know that the might be times when my friends choose their board knows over me but I think for now like that hasn't happened to me so I haven't felt jealous about them spending time with the significant others but if that does happen ambrish all my friends will understand that. I do want them to be deaf me because I will be there for them in important situations but honestly. I do expect my friends do that. I don't expect my friends to see. Yeah I know you're in need of my health but I'm a significant other and they are more important. The News oops. I'm not coming to help you. I don't think any of my friends would ever see that but That was the main thing the main thing. If meteorologist era and Dick was media leising that people who? I'm really close to who I consider my close friends. If this dating someone else I would not be jealous. And that's how I figured out. I was romantic because I just never fed piece of of being more auden friends with someone. I've just know that even thinking of that with someone kind of puts me away from that whole relationship. Because I'm like no. This was supposed to be a special thing for us. But now you've made it remind. Dick which is not something that fits my. I Dunno my brain structure on my understanding of life so being in Amman Dick for me means that I have never felt traumatic attraction to someone and every time I explained someone that I'm Era Mandic. Explain it to someone that. I'm your mandate is sexual. People always see like all. But you shouldn't give up and you shouldn't close the doors but here's the thing. I am not closing the doors like I'm not denying feelings. I'm just seeing that. I've never felt it and yeah if I feel it. I will definitely acknowledged side. Because that's what I've learned by questioning everything that my feelings are my own define and our own do understand and if I feel something I will acknowledges because if I don't do it now and come up later it will definitely come up later.

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North Korean official reportedly executed for breaking coronavirus quarantine

Todd Schnitt

02:00 min | 2 years ago

North Korean official reportedly executed for breaking coronavirus quarantine

"North Korea a report out of North Korea that they shot a corona virus patient dead in North Korea which if they have a outbreak of corona with how malnourished and house sickly their population is a north Korean official according to news reports was executed shot because he didn't follow the strict corona virus protocol in North Korea set forth by Kim Gendron that anyone returning from China had to go into quarantine so according to the Korean news outlet wiki tree and other news operations this official was executed because he went to public baths so we don't know if he even had a corona virus but he was supposed to be in quarantine once we got back from China because those which we know that the Chinese and the north Korean relationship in North Korea without the help of China would be absolutely flat line without a doubt so you have a lot of interaction you've got Chinese they go to North Korea get north Koreans are going to China you know at a high level government positions and here's this individual who went to try and it was supposed to come back to be quarantined the quarantine apply to individuals who visited tried in the past thirty days and according to this report this government official comes back and bridges protocol and was spotted in a public bath and word is they shot him to death that he was executed for violating the quarantine by firing squad Bulma they took this

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"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

13:39 min | 3 years ago

"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"And a body responds accordingly. So when someone's pregnant when do you recommend and that they see an acupuncture physician or a doctor of Oriental medicine I know some acupuncturist. Physicians don't want to work with pregnant women and I'm wondering if you could clarify some of that for us. Sure that is really comes down to fear and lack of training. Most of the acupuncturists through their education could work with pregnancy fertility labor labor delivery. And so on it takes a little bit of extra work to really understand the complexities of those situations. I feel bill one hundred percent comfortable working mom because I also trained as dealer and because I have people like you in my back pocket so if I need support through something thing I know who to call for that and I've done a lot of research and working with other people who have braved these waters and have great results assaults working with women and the women are eternally grateful to have wonderful birth experiences and bringing more women into this space where they can truly have the experience experience that they're looking for and or cope with what has occurred. So is there a particular point in pregnancy that you would like someone to come see you. Ideal the ideally. It would be a year before if they're pregnant and and I mean the minute they find out. I'd like to see him because they're even if you're planning pregnancy. There are so many things that happen to woman's psyche when she finally is. It's a little bit of fear it's a little bit of angst. It's a little bit of excitement and there's a lot of things that could really go wrong in a very delicate period of time of that first trimester you know morning. Sickness is simply that. Your body is hyper sensitive to your surroundings and protecting what's happening in inside but at the same time it seen as forgive me for saying this but like a parasite that the body's trying to to purge and so it's a delicate window if anything disrupts that woman's balanced she's in jeopardy of losing that baby which can be very very very difficult to overcome and I've seen women really have to struggle even in subsequent pregnancies if they've had a loss when they reached that window were they've lost the previous one or there's a lot of fear and I should say it's not just the women I've seen a lot of very upset angry and and helpless feeling fathers because there's no real support for them either and one of the most beautiful things is when I can work with both. Oh man and woman in that because again there isn't a lot of support for the whole unit. Asa Family. So Do you feel that Oriental. Medicine can be beneficial official to women if they are experiencing morning sickness. And I know it can help through the grief and loss and that's another subject that will delve into into at another time. But do you feel like it can help mitigate those pregnancy symptoms and make it an easier your transition for women because pregnancy is a huge huge transition as seeing a lot of women benefit from different therapies. He's in conjunction with different foods. It's a very unique situation for every single woman so yes I have seen at work nicely for for morning sickness but again every woman struggle with that is unique to them so for some. It's it's truly. Their environment is making making them sick and for others. It's what's going on in between their ears. That's making them sick. The one thing that I can say is that no matter what when they come in and and have treatment with me they will be supported and they will be heard and I will stop at nothing to find the right food. The right botanical. That can support them through that phase. So there's a lot of tools at our discretion it's just a matter of finding the right one in having her able to make the modifications vacations and her lifestyle that will support her. Usually in the second trimester women feel better and stronger in in her pregnancy. The third trimester women start to slow down feel more sluggish feel heavy see. They're very very pregnant. At that point they can encounter swelling and some women developed pre ECLAMPSIA symptoms. High Blood Pressure. Are these things that you would be able to help with in some capacity absolutely and Yes during the second trimester if a woman's since doing well and truly you know having a pleasant experience all around we start to space out treatments for the women who sign on for the whole pregnancy. Care Plan so to speak so it's usually like once a month that I'll see somebody through that time. And and there might be heartburn or something else hemorrhoids. Who knows what all kinds of little things that pop in just the day to day? stressors that we help with in the third trimester yes things start to take a dramatic turn in preparing for a healthy labor and delivery and depending on the time of year. There's special complications here in Florida Somebody in their third trimester in it's in the summer it is hot and damp and you bet there's Wallin even people with healthy metabolism exercise. Drink plenty of fluid. They do all the right things. We're just managing the elements with their body. So yes I've seen a lot of people really benefit we can do a little bit of copying which helps the tremendous in the swelling easing the pain around joints that the swollen creates. There's also like mentioned high blood pressure that pre ECLAMPSIA clamps symptoms again stress is a major component in that but also optimizing circulation and keeping their their diet healthy healthy and just all the different ways in which we support these women really compound to give them a pathologically free experience experience so they don't suffer from those complications stages. Maybe have to manage swelling or something like that and they typically he noticed it with their movement what they're eating or if they worked too much a lot of women if they have to fly. That's a really difficult challenge on the system. Especially Ashley when your mother trimester out just lots of factors to consider but yes there is support for it so once someone is nearing the time to go into into Labor. Are there things you can do to help. Support the birth and to make it more efficient and an easier labor when it's time to switch from yen which is this very growth reproduction development. It's very yen state career developing and growing and nurturing. The child within Labour goes into young and that is active. It requires physicality physicality it's movement its outward expression. It's a difficult transition because women even if they've had a difficult pregnancy agency have come to be attached to that bond that intimate connection between them and their child safe there a lot of unknowns. Will I be a good mother magazine. Labor GonNa be okay. How's this GonNa Change my relationship? There is a lot of things but this is one of my favorite times to work with women because when they're ready and they want to give birth first of all everything's on the table. There is not a point that they're going to for an with they. They let you do whatever you need to do to stimulate uterine contractions or to open hips it. It's just a really thorough thurrock great candidate for acupuncture because they they know what they want. They're very driven. They're they're focused. I really liked that because when somebody comes in and they're reluctant Anne want you to alleviate something going on in their body but they're I don't know about this. I'm not sure if I feel comfortable doing that. It's a little bit challenging. Because you're you're having to convince somebody. So that trusting space is really lovely. Family and in childbirth acupuncture is really great. I've worked beautifully with a lot of women in that space. And you know. Sometimes they'll stall out they teague. Sometimes there's back Labor band. There's all these different periods where women need support and again Dan in allopathic medicine. There's not much you can do for that other than numb and drug to take away pain rather than going okay. Well why where. What is this pain all out? oftentimes women will hear that. Seeing an acupuncturist acupunctures physician can help get them into Labor to me and my experiences a childbirth educator in a Dula sometimes they like to wait till the last minute senate and I try to explain to them that it's kind of as if you're trying to push a big truck up a hill and try to get it back down to the other side and if you can start to push the truck up and then have it. They're almost to the top. And if you I need to give it a nudge to get it to go downhill. It's a much easier process than trying to start at the bottom. Get the truck up the hill to get it down due to the other side. I'm wondering your thoughts on that. Would that be an accurate description of the process because going in at and you're gonNA be induced adduced. Today's does it really give you time to work with the body. I read imagine yes one hundred. I've seen some beautiful things happen. been even when people come in two days before an induction just because again they need to be heard in the space allows that but there's a lot out of report and trust that needs to be established for me to facilitate such treatment. Most likely you're not going to get there in one session. The other thing is my knowledge of your history comes into play. So how have you historically been about opening up and letting letting go and allowing your body to kind of take the lead and your mind take a back seat and how how good are are you at navigating the stressors in your environment is loving as family members want to be during labor and even medical professionals nationals as much as they want to support you they're trying to offer solutions and sometimes the solutions take you out of your zone and you you into a space where you're just trying to kind of retreat. The last thing you need to do in Labour's retreat you need to open up and allow. I would say say again if I could see you before you even want to get pregnant my whole things. I don't ever want to waste my time or somebody else's time so it's not like like I just get addicted to working by curiously through these pregnant women or something. It's that I truly want to help them with their process and help them understand their process. So so the minute I can space out treatments and let your body go through it as is and get you in touch with what's happening and let you be in the driver's seat. I'm happy happy to let you go but again it's a process and there's plenty of things that come up that challenge a woman and I mean it's really just preparing you for what you're about to go through as a parent so why not take the support before the child is out and that had another factor to handle. So there's there's a lot to do and the sooner the better but a few are only hearing about acupuncture for Labor encouragement. I recommend at at least thirty six weeks at thirty six weeks in plan on coming in at least weekly. So it's not. We aren't forcing babies out. We joke sometimes times that it's not fiction but it's it's this gentle nudge of opening and allowing and just soft suggestions not forceful medical invention with all. This said if your body needs some encouragement in order to get into labor and your past is thirty six weeks. Please don't hesitate to reach out to your acupuncture physician or doctor of Oriental medicine because it can help. But ideally again as amy so beautifully put it having that support throughout your pregnancy makes a huge difference and that support can continue once..

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"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"gendron" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"ACUPUNCTURES physician extraordinaire. We will be discussing the benefits of Oriental Medicine for Women's health. And that includes preconception fertility pregnancy agency birth postpartum and beyond. Amy began her journey and holistic health as a personal trainer. mentored by Bach abell martial artist. Amy Specializes in Sports Medicine Cosmetic Acupuncture and women's hell she is trained as Dula and in two two thousand thirteen. She traveled to China and completed an externships which included herbal medicine for women's Hell with nationally renowned Dr Shelley last year. Amy was one of the few American. Physicians invited to attend physiological regulating medicine program in Milan. Italy Amy's approach to healing powers her patients to live with by Toddy by integrating the best wellness and medical practices. She works as a specialty position Shen and several clinics here in central Florida and we are very bus to have her welcome may me thanks for having me. I'm so excited to have have you here with me. I know what a benefit it makes to my clients when they work with you during their pregnancies or when they want to conceive and even in postpartum so can you give me and the listeners. Some background on Oriental Medicine and Q.. Puncture in how it can benefit women and their families. Sure so one of the things that I love about Oriental Medicine. Chinese medicine is that it was originally designed to be preventative. Therapy so emperors would use it to keep themselves while in fact the physicians would Only be paid if the emperor was healthy when he got sick they WANNA get paid. They're just expected to take care of the emperor and I believe that was everybody on the court is while it was not just the emperor but that was the main goal. I really liked that. It's the classic traditional preventative medicine that we know of and in fact Chinese medicine is one of many. But you know there's are you Veda and other natural healing modalities that truly were meant to keep people people while so with that being said if we got into today's culture where we treat illnesses in diagnosis. This is just a different different approach to keeping people well instead of treating them as a disease or a number. When I started getting treated with Chinese medicine I was having horrible? Menstrual gene and the treatment for that in Allopathic or Western. Modern medicine is birth control and regardless of the side effects. You're being young on girls often times in their first few years of menstruating on hormones. Same thing happens when we go through menopause we just prescribe hormones now rather rather than treating it from the inside out and really treating the whole person meaning mind body and spirit and these sort of evidence moments where they come in age so they have these transitions through monarchy are the onset of menstruation through becoming mothers and then through menopause and were just Hormone treating them rather than treating the transcendent space of their mind in conjunction with their body. That's kind of where I come from. In all of this is that I'm treating the whole person and I've seen how beautifully it can create a space where these women are in touch with their power and they don't have have any of the negative side effects of painful menstruation even morning sickness or the fear of childbirth or. This sort would've lost space that they enter into menopause when they really don't have anything to contribute in this culture as it shaped you know in our current model oh where people retire and they just kind of wither away. There's not these wise elders anymore. I really love the way that Chinese medicine has that space for our trading the whole person throughout life if someone were wanting to conceive when would be the best time to come and let's see you if they found they were having difficulties or it sounds like since this is such a holistic model of care that it's better if they came to see you even if they didn't have any difficulties conceiving to help get their body ready and prepared to nourish that up baby within them. Yeah that's correct. In fact I feel like everyone should have an acupuncturist in their back pocket. So to speak where you can Hannah address some of these things. That are coming up in life that you don't really need medication for but someone needs to guide you through it and that can be the role of a skilled acupuncturist actress. So I guess the short answer is you should come as early as you think you want to start planning a family because this most women have a strange relationship with their menstrual cycle and that is the foundation backbone the method that which we start to regularly and prepare for fertility is by working with the Menstrual Cycle. I always say that if you can tell me what your menstrual cycle like. I know everything about about you. Because it's a very transparent window that he gives us a lot of information about a woman's mind and body and to just ignore die. If I were to just call that PM ASS is really lacking in my opinion and I think that if you just start looking at you know maybe you are a little Ludi before your cycle. That probably means that you've been dealing with that all month. Long Vale is just a lot thinner at that time and your tolerance for such things as a little bit lower saying if somebody comes in and they're extremely exhausted around their cycle well they're probably burning the candle at both ends in. I need to address that in a more balanced position. Do think that people come in really as early as possible. And like I said it doesn't even have to be for fertility but especially ever facility if they want to come in with the goal of getting pregnant. The sooner the better someone were having to Colty conceiving conceiving how could oriental medicine benefit them to help increase their chances of conceiving that child in in a few different ways we can talk about scientifically confirmed through Western research. But I should say that Chinese medicine has tons of research about its validity that has just been excluded from what's accepted here in the United States in Western culture Era Most of the world world but with that being said we can definitely see that. Chinese medicine is beneficial in regulating menstrual cycles. which balances the hormones? I also see that. It changes people from being borderline anemic were anemic to being healthy full of rich blood. A A lot of that comes through our herbal medicines. The other thing is taking on the stress as I mentioned before with him a lot of people feel like they are problem. Alum they have PMS. They are irrational. They are all of these things that are difficult to deal with versus. They've been overwhelmed overwhelmed in dealing with something all month long and it's their responsibility to lessen the load so to speak to prepare for the next cycle or org repair for conception. There's a lot of different ways in which stress can impact the body. So that's a very common thing that people the report after having Just how much more relaxed day feel. Sometimes it's joke desk the accu high when they leave the office. Because there's an endorphin release which try your feel-good hormones and you don't have to exercise to do it. It was just induced by the treatment. The other thing is that the immune system is stimulated by acupuncture are. So if your body is sick it's telling your reproductive system it is not a time to procreate because it's not a safe environment so by stimulating the immune system system and having a balancing effect on that somebody is much more likely.

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The Role of Design in Business

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

09:56 min | 3 years ago

The Role of Design in Business

"I'm Jackie FRY senior director of design operations at mail chimp. We essentially run the business of design and based on the theory that design China's great for business I often think that design or are separated in their silos. I'm a product designer. I'm a brand designer and at Milton we wanted to bring these people together so that they could get to know each other more see each other's work influence each other's work these people being together getting to know each other it. It offers a lot of great benefits to our customer experience in sort of that harmony of touch points. Saint how all of that design comes together male chimps all in one marketing platform allows you to manage more of your marketing activities. All in one place so you can market smarter and Dan grow faster now. What male chip? That's what learn more at Nelson Dot Com. I'm curious about what you think of the Solo Universe and its possibilities around inclusion. Are you finding people who are solo practitioners or vision vision. Who are finding ways to work? In this way that they wouldn't in an less welcoming corporate environment the event the PAT just described Solo event took place at District Hall all here in Boston and the Innovation district and At one point I went out to. I forget whether I had go to the bathroom or get some water or something and are there were three young guys. They're tech is still had like Chino's ill-fitting she knows and stuff and that was what the districts designed to be at work co working space base for young tech people and They They said to me. What are you guys doing? And I explained to them what we were doing and they said this is the first time we have ever seen anybody buddy. WHO's not white in district hall NatWest true? I mean they attracted a lily white audience which is representative of the business community in Boston. Unfortunately the mainstream business community. What we had done was 'cause early marketing efforts actually did not reach a broad enough audience in terms sued versity. We went to Roxbury and got a couple of local business activists and said we'll give you a table invite local soloists and so they they did and immediately they came in and they felt as if they were part of this community. If we had not done that that would have been an all white audience. We live in a capitalist a society that benefits getting big and getting big fast. Do you see any benefits in the idea of scale at all I think about when we launch fast company right we. We were a lot about changing the way big companies work. It was. It was a magazine for people in big companies not entrepreneurs and not soloist. Louis and we didn't know where that was ultimately with the long path was for that but ultimately big business took over the learned their lesson. About what talent wants and a lot of them have changed the way they do business pretty dramatically but I do wonder if Biz will come along again as the Solo. The world grows to kind of say. Okay we understand now what people want. And we're GONNA adjust again and maybe maybe it is the end of large organizations physically physically but you know. I just wonder if they're going to sort of see an adapt through our normal economic and societal benefits to organizations that scale. Well absolutely and were not arguing. that the solar independ- dependent life is for everybody. I have a bunch of brothers who are extremely successful all of the big company guys and when we sit around and talk I think they'll look at me and think why would you not want to work on a global scale. You know they were. At and T. and pricewaterhouse coopers and they loved working at that scale. I understand that So we're not talking about everybody but I do think that Scales the enemy of creativity period. End of story. I couldn't agree more but let me. Just add a footnote to that the so the four of us are sitting around talking and we would all argue that by virtue of our profession where creatives. Yes but you down to Washington. DC and there's a law firm down there call the Potomac group and it's one hundred lawyers. None of them are employees. They're all indies and there is a firm and what the firm does is it makes a market between clients that have specific needs that can be satisfied legal needs on a project basis and these lawyers who have left often the most prestigious law firms in Washington and New York to work with Potomac because they want flexibility. They want to work on projects. They don't want to work full time. And so and their creative there are creative attorneys their creative consultants and I think there are people who who WANNA WANNA be able to do Exercise the creativity and the way in which they approach the law or they approach accounting or finance. And I believe me. I'm not ignoring the fact that there are lots of people primarily women but not only women who are attracted to this life for purely practical reasons schedule reasons scheduling scheduling companies. Say they can offer more of that in God knows they're trying but you can't. There's really woman entrepreneur now runs you know. I don't know it. Forty Billion Alien Dollar Company. Who said to me and my last days and ink in two thousand twenty set to Maitland simple truth matters? Large companies require and demand obedience. They you just do. I mean these companies often have employee manuals that are as long as the Russian novel for God's Sakes and they have an entire department that's really frankly designed to protect the company from employees. They call it. Hr but that's really what they're doing there and so I'm not. I'm not being cynical about them. I think that's required. That's required when scale and there are companies that do that really well and there are people who flourish in that environment. I was wondering if we could generate a list of things things that we as a society could care more about advocate for. That would make possible this kind of work with some sort of legal protections something about student loans loans. I'm thinking about the kinds of structural barriers that prevent people from being liberated in this way portable health insurance. Yeah the one thing I came out of that event with in what I don't even know if it came up specifically but it was I remember telling you solo has to launch a lobbying arm. We gotta get to Washington and we gotTA start. There's no protection for soloists whatsoever but just isn't and insurance is unbelievably cost prohibitive. So the world doesn't really help you pursue this line of work. Do you have a sense of the psychological profile of the solo worker. ill-fitting Chino's you were talking. They don't they don't here's here's a here's the statistic where well aware of the fact that A significant minority of people who are now in these started out not voluntarily but they were they were laid off and so they did it often thinking it was temporary and out of desperation and after bring some income in so I'll do some projects while I look look for another job and there's a company down in. DC called embryo. Descend some research that says if a typical person like that lasts as an Indie for between eight and twelve months. The chances are eighty percent. They'll never go back and get a job again. So it tells you something about On the one hand the incredible fear that people feel about making the transition out of the world of regular Panja Film. And on the other end and the fulfillment on the other rant for people who are looking to build us an economically sustainable life around interesting work. The future is brilliant Ryan and possible and possible really practically possible. It's challenging it's difficult is especially challenging for people who have inflict Ed Glass. We grew up in as as participants in a traditional workforce not easily. Leave that behind. But once you get involved in this world it is exhilaration. What is your best advice to a big organization who are more likely to hire even on a temporary basis these wonderful solo workers there's To become more comfortable with them and to be able to hire them in places where it would have a big economic impact. I'm thinking all all kinds of places including the rural worker who with high speed Internet is now living the dream of being creative to all kinds of places that are still emerging economies across Africa and Latin America and Asia. It's it's I don't have the answer to that but the question is so funny because as you're asking it I'm thinking unless they're one hundred percent committed to supporting the solo world their inclination is going to be identified talent and want to hire them right so that I think the question is. How do we find someone so committed that? They won't try to hire right that they're going to respect that you've chosen this way of living your life trying to invent an AI. Around work around I can give you an example company really very traditional mainstream company pricewaterhouse coopers. They built a platform for indies. And it all you go on the platform. So let's say you're a consultant assault. You go on the platform and you can search anywhere in the world any project. That is Available right now for contract work and you can search it by industry specialization The economic value the project and I think the logic behind this was that they felt that increasingly. They're relying line too much on indie consultants who were in heavily socially networked communities their global firm and he wanted to figure out how do we make consulting work for P. WC MUC- accessible to population of indies globally. And kind of take down the barriers. If you will.

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Electrical Considerations for Artificial Intelligence Solutions - With Robert Gendron

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Electrical Considerations for Artificial Intelligence Solutions - With Robert Gendron

"It's clear that there's a revolution h-how artificial intelligence is done in neural networks works as opposed to the old school systems of the eighties and the nineties. It's clear that hardware is beginning to evolve and it's also quite clear that the way that we power these hardware systems this is going to have to change. GPA's and AI hardware tremendously power intensive power hungry and this week we speak with Robert Gendron who works at Vicor Corporation bikers based here Andover Massachusetts they make essentially power components and they're focused on powering AI systems we speak with Robert about why I intelligence systems are power hungry and we talk about why the way they are powered needs to be different than let's say traditional manufacturing equipment Robert but really dumbs down the ideas of of amps and volts and really break things down into pretty simple cook business leader friendly terminology about how the powering of these systems has to go we want to reduce energy costs and we want to be as efficient as we can whether needs to also be a revolution in the way that power these systems certainly an interesting different angle definitely plays into the theme of Ai it hardware Kasaka research is the sponsor of this episode. Kasaka was putting on the AI hardware event in mountain view California from September seventeenth and eighteenth and again they were the ones that put us in touch with Robert here for this episode. If you're interested in what we do for our sponsored episodes here in a an industry podcast go to emerge dot com slash advertise. You can see our sponsored content guidelines. You know who we work with and how as well as what our offerings actually are so without further ado. We're going to roll right into the special sponsored episode on powering boring. Ai Systems this is Robert Jan Vicor. Let's roll right him

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Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike

"Zayed's Zayed's could could become become a a thing thing of of the the past. past. Thanks Thanks to to ethic ethic a a bike bike with with the the face. face. We We of of mother mother could could love love electric electric motorcycles motorcycles are are becoming becoming a a bigger bigger and and bigger bigger part part of of the the global global motorcycle motorcycle market. market. The The silent silent revolution revolution of of the the battery battery powered powered motor motor with with all all the the models models becoming becoming available. available. We We can can choose choose between between a a standard standard looking looking e e bike bike that that hides hides its its true true nature nature or or a a future future Ristic Ristic design design that that screams screams high high ride ride on on zero zero emissions. emissions. The The common common challenge challenge all all these these models models still still face face though though is is the the lack lack of of range range that that could could be be about about to to to source source change. However, it's difficult to increase the range on an electric motorcycle to achieve that you need a bigger battery capable of storing, more energy, bigger battery means bigger frame and easy equation that results in a bulky, electric power train. At this point you might as well throw in a few. Hugh more wheels for balance, steering wheel for good measure and call it now. I don't know a car, a group of engineering students from the university of Zurich in Switzerland has actually managed to produce a one off. Motorcycle with a staggering electric range of two hundred and fifty miles. In addition to the range, the bike has a built in quick charge system that can top off its battery in about an hour. The prototype was designed for a school project that challenged the fourteen students to experience all the steps of product development. The result is the all electric ethic. The design is pretty brutal, but it serves its purpose. The mono body unit is a quipped with a massive, lithium ion fifteen kilowatt hour battery. The group explains that the front wheel, braking, dissipate seventy five percent of the energy. So it addressed this reality by adding a front wheel hub motor that will recall. Operate the energy that's dissipated despite its minimalistic look and it's a labyrinth technology. The ethic does retain more classical motorcycle elements, including a lightweight to frame a proper swing arm and a trapezoidal fork out the front of it. Obviously, at this point, there is no talk of production, but the students in Genuity could definitely find some real world applications after all would be easy to market at electric. Motorcycle with the two hundred and fifty mile range, which is more than most gasoline models can travel right now. Hopefully we'll get to see this idea make its way to production. Just please let a design student have a go at it as well. Hyperloop transport faces, many, many hurdles, but until now, how cows can cross the track hasn't really been one of them, but that's going to change as Canadian company. Trans pod sets up its testing facility in a village deep in the French countryside. The current record for high-speed t GV trains could be shattered in the tiny commune of drove in central France. Last week. The company applied for planning permission, which it expects to be granted sometime this year. Hyperloop technology much publicized by Ilan. Musk's enthusiasm involves putting passengers or goods in capsules, which are then projected through depressurized tubes at up to twelve hundred kilometers an hour in their search for the perfect test zone. Transplants researchers hit on the Perez to Lou corridor, which. Has no high speed rail line, but they identified eight, three kilometers stretch of an old now, disused railway passing through farmland transplants, founder and chief executive told, euro news that the project has the backing of both residents and local authorities, but admits they've had to build some quirky demands into their planning application. For example, a farmer who has land on either side of the line wanted them to develop a pathway for animals as little. As you're ago Gendron the founder said that he doubted that anyone in Europe would want to invest in hyperloop technology. Now, investors have committed sixty five million euros transport. Also plans to build a research and development center in southern Italy got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA, the space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans. Code and materials for you to pursue and use. Just make sure you've got an extra twenty five hundred bucks and a bit of engineering know how this thing isn't made out of Lincoln logs. The story is this after curiosity landed on Mars, GPO wanted to create something a little smaller and less complex that it could use for educational purposes. So they created rove e. That's what they're calling it anyway. Traveled with GPL staff throughout the country and showed off what it was capable of unsurprisingly. Among the many questions asked was often whether a class group could actually built one of their very own. The answer unfortunately was no though far less expensive and complex than a real Mars Rover. Roe v was still too expensive and complex to be a class project. So GPL engineers decided to go back to the drawing board and build one that was less. Expensive. The result is the JPL open source Rover may set of plans that mimic the key components of curiosity, but are simpler and use off the shelf components. The OS are uses curiosity like suspension corner, steering and pivot differential, allowing movement over rough terrain and the brain is a raspberry pi. You can find all the parts in the usual supply catalogs in hardware stores, but you'll also need a set of basic tools of bandsaw to to cut change. metal. 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Store customers could wander digital aisles from home and grab items, which would be immediately picked up and shipped from a fully automated distribution center. The filing is part of WalMart's recent push into virtual reality and area that holds promise for brick and mortar retailers struggling with the massive costs associated with store upkeep and labor. This could be a godsend in February the retailer acquired spatial land a startup that makes software tools to create virtual reality experiences. Spatial land is housed inside walmarts in house tech incubator store number eight, which last year hosted a v. commerce gala in Los Angeles, Agadi affair by WalMart standards that celebrated the five Witters of WalMart competitions to find the best ideas in the space. WalMart is moving aggressively into the digital realm at the same time that Amazon and other technology. He companies are looking to establish a brick and mortar presence. Amazon acquired whole foods market last year and is also opening cashier 'less stores. While Google is planning a retail flagship store in Chicago. WalMart has filed more than a dozen virtual reality patents. But it's focus has shifted from using VR for internal business, say virtual conference calls to more external shopper focused applications. You used any of the portable bluetooth speakers on the market? A have gone through several over the years myself, but they all left me fairly unimpressed with both be sound and their battery life. I've had all portable bluetooth speakers in the same category. It's a great way to share your music on the go, but they're only slightly better than the mono speaker phone on most smartphones. Now I'm revising that thought in recommending the j. b. l. flip Ford. Not only does this compact portable bluetooth speakers sound also, but it has a rock in battery life that seems to keep getting better with testing on top of that. 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