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Jumping Into Markdown
"Many Stephen Hackett, and I, have joined is always of my co-host and friend Mr David sparkes. Hello. Steven. How are you? Today? I'm good. How are you? I am ready to talk about markdown. We're touching the third rail here. The podcasting Faux Pas, we're going to talk about a little bit about coating on an audio podcast. I, think mark down the big exception. As we get into this. The whole idea is that it's really simple and so I think we can talk to this syntax and be just fine. Yeah Yeah. Well, this is a good episode we're going deep on markdown today Marc out something that a lot of people are aware of, but not as many people know how to do and it is really easy get through this podcast today. Down pro. I think so too before we get into all of that just real quick it is. We are in August. Now, I don't know how that happened. But we we will be working on and planning episodes around Iowa's fourteen. Macara's Big Sur. Couple of people had had asked about those I. Think we'll do what we did last year and and have A. Episode per release win. That is nobody knows and so we we're kind of keeping an eye on apple said in their results at the phone will be later this year by a couple of weeks does that mean? In Big Sur. Later, by couple weeks to WHO knows nobody knows. So this is going to be a fun adventure all in together this year. And related questions I've had from people are what about shortcuts and the photos field guide the most of those areas got up with this new operating system I. Think I'm going to have an a free update shortcuts when they launch Iowa's where team, but the question is nobody knows when they'll launch it. So if they launch it next week, I will not have an update ready, but there will be an update eventually or hopefully on launch day for shortcuts followed by a free update photos both of those will be free last year. I had to charge for shortcuts because apple rewrote shortcuts I to do the whole thing from scratch fortunately, that's not the case this year. So I'll have some so free updates. If you've already about those field guides also today we are going to in more power users. We're GONNA talk some tech stuff stephen is getting ready to prep for the annual the podcast on and right there's a bunch of technology involved with that. So we're looking forward to talking about that more power users today. So technology and sobbing both. Both. Right now. I really this is a stranger I have a lot of questions. boy Yeah. So let's get into. It's going to mark down. Just. A touch of background markdown was created by John Gruber the writer of daring fireball. We spoke about this episode four, hundred, sixty, six AMAC power users where he was a guest talk about the history of it. He's given other interviews about the history of markdown. and. It's really cool I. Mean it is sort of the definition of writing a project to scratch an edge. You have. He wanted a tool for riding on the web that wasn't. Junkie and Messi like html is and markdown came out of that desire I. think that's pretty cool. Yeah I mean John had a blog. He was one of the first that I was aware of the did the linked posts you know where he would link something and make a few comments about it, but it also have more extensive posts. and. He wanted simple method right in. So he did He created his own tool, and who would a guest that it became such a big thing. It's everywhere and we're GonNa get to that later in the episode of just how many places you can use markdown and it shows up in some pretty surprising projects and websites across the Internet. And the idea of it really though at its at its foundational level is just something you can write with any plain text editor that at the end of the process gives you usable text for html at least that was the original idea now since then it's become so much more because now you can export as rich text and you can do all sorts of cool things with markdown but having a starting point where you can sit there with the keyboard and not have to fiddle with code snippets and make something that's usable later. That's right. So the initial pitch when Gruber announced it is that this is a tool to convert plane tech's to html for people who are riding on the web, and so if you're blogging and you need Italics were bold or links, you don't have to do that in html you can do it in mark down and then they're marginally two things. It's the syntax and there's an interpreter and you can. Get it on your website and it Lowe's html and everybody sees a regular web page. But like you said over the years it has. Shown up everywhere. It's even supported in x code now as of a couple of years ago, which is gonNA. Feel pretty good. If you're if you're John Right this product you built being blessed and put an exco that's gotta be pretty. Cool. Talking about those two pieces of let's break them down for a second because the first piece to me is almost is definitely more important than the second piece in the first piece is it's a text syntax where you can include links and rich text items without having a rich text. You know nobody in air quotes here, word processor at your disposal, and that is something that's very useful but the syntax in addition to being something that's easily convertible he also made it and I think this is the genius of markdown he made easily readable. So when you read if I put a page of html in front of anybody listening to the show next to page of mark down. It would be obvious how much easier it is to read markdown than html because h inasmuch codes and tags and other things in it that really get in the way of finding the words whereas markdown is all about the words and the very simple syntax we're gonNA teach you here shortly. embeds all that stuff for you. So you don't you don't need to worry about.
Princeton to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from policy school
"Princeton University is removing the name of former president Woodrow Wilson from its public policy school the Ivy League school says it's reversing a decision made four years ago to retain the name in a letter to the university community president Chris eyes Gerber says the board of trustees concluded that Wilson's racist views and policies make him an inappropriate name sake for the public policy school he says he revisited the issue following the killing of George Floyd the move is drawing criticism from some alumni one Princeton grad wrote to fox news criticizing eyes Gruber for not standing up to a leftist mob and said Wilson is synonymous with academic freedom
Princeton to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from policy school
"The name of former president Woodrow Wilson being removed from Princeton university's public policy school because of his segregationist views university president Christopher Eisgruber says Princeton's board of trustees has concluded Wilson's racist views and policies make him an inappropriate namesake for Princeton school of public and international affairs and the residential college eyes Gruber notes Wilson's racism was significant and consequential even by the standards of his own time Wilson supported segregation and as U. S. president impose it on several federal agencies that had not been racially divided up to that point he also served as Princeton's president during which time he barred black students from the university and spoke approvingly of the Ku Klux
Princeton to remove Wilson name from public policy school
"Princeton University is removing the name of former president Woodrow Wilson from its public policy school because of his segregationist views university president Christopher Eisgruber says Princeton's board of trustees has concluded Wilson's racist views and policies make him an inappropriate namesake for Princeton school of public and international affairs and the residential college as Gruber notes Wilson's racism was significant and consequential even by the standards of his own time Wilson supported segregation and as U. S. president impose that on several federal agencies that had not been racially divided up to that point he also served as Princeton's president during which time he barred black students from the university and spoke approvingly of the Ku Klux Klan I'm Ben Thomas
TSMC on schedule for 3nm Apple 'A16' iPhone and iPad chip in 2022
"The timing of possible move by apple away from Intel might also have something to do with the fundamental availability of other options and to that end. This story says that TSMC has begun the installation of. Nanometer, process fabrication lines, and is on track to begin volume chip production on the three nanometer lines in the second half of twenty, twenty. Just as important with the existing five nanometer technique, not only volume production already happening but. says. They've already worked on improved versions of the same. This is worth noting sense quoting apple insider, if accurate and based on typical iphone production schedules, this could lead to the apple designed a fifteen at the absolute earliest or more realistically, the a sixteen ship in two, thousand, twenty, two, using the process for more immediately accessible five nanometer chips TSMC is said to be in volume production with the technology, but it is already working on improved versions. The company is said to be creating more processor variants, including a further enhanced five nanometer. That expands on the existing five nanometer plus node. It is thought that apple is using TSMC's five nanometer. To create the next generation of a series chips destined for the iphone twelve tentatively titled The fourteen with production scheduled for mid two, thousand twenty in April it was reported apple increased its chipboard, or for the fourth quarter of two thousand, twenty, potentially due to an anticipated higher demand for the annual iphone refresh and quotes. Point being as we said yesterday. If apple does start making its own MAC chips, it will likely turn to TSMC to produce those chips on the five nanometer production line by the way John Gruber chimed in on the whole switching chips rumors, and he seems to think that there's no more reason to even hedge about it. This is coming, and it's coming now he. He thinks quote. I know there are some folks who think apple might simultaneously announced the transition while unveiling arm base Max for immediate availability, but that just doesn't make much sense. If apple could do it that way, they would, because they do like surprises, and they do not like preannouncing future products. A lesson recently learned the hard way, but developers need time to get. Get Mac APPs ready some developers. The smart ones are effectively ready to go, and we'll be able to reconcile their APPs for arm as soon as apple makes a new version of EXCO, available, but others will need time. I mean just look at all of the consternation. This past year over Mac os ten dot fifteen catalina dropping support for thirty two bit software hey. Hey transition announced several years in advance. I don't think the transition from x eighty six to arm will be nearly as rocky as the thirty two bit to sixty four bit transition, but for some apps it will take time really. The deprecation of thirty two bit software was the first step of a multiyear transition to sixty four bit arm software on all platforms. There's been some reasonable speculation that apple might use armed ships only for portable Max and consumer desktops and stick with high end intel chips for pro desktops, but I think that's simply based on our never having seen apple, even try its hand at high performance chips
"gruber" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"For an update from the Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here is great matic the NBA will present a twenty two team plan for restarting the season for the league's board of governors on Thursday morning the NBA is proposing that games begin at the Disney complex in Orlando July thirty first eight regular season games will be played to determine playoff seeding the box still unable to practice as a team in Milwaukee but by putting those are proud of the work his team is putting in work mostly on account of every other day a Monday Wednesday Friday type schedule weight training on Tuesday Thursdays too so in a lot of guys you know you're staying on a pretty regular basis the wait staff and that the the sports performance staff who you know really closely connected with those guys aren't in market meanwhile the W. N. B. A. has decided to hold games at just one location if the season does pick up they look at the MGM resorts in Las Vegas or the IMG academy in Bradenton Florida and Major League Baseball officially rejects the players offer for one hundred fourteen regular season with fully pro rated salaries the league does not plan to make a counter proposal and John I just got off the phone with brewers president of baseball ops David Stearns and he remains optimistic that there will be a season he thinks the foundation is strong and they're starting to move the needle a little bit reiterating that both entities want to play here major league baseball and its players in a matter of reaching an agreement is obviously paramount so no counter proposal will be made what does that mean you can look at it two ways that they're not making a counter proposal where do we go from here or that they're going to sit down and try to talk it out without exchanging these formal proposals in the media dent or rob Manfred could unilaterally just impose this is what we're doing however there is life there is language in the March agreement that says baseball will do its best to play as many games as possible so that could be a counterpoint by the Players Association still possible that the eighty two game schedule additionally proposed by Major League Baseball is realized but a hundred fourteen games dire into November yeah that's crazy and that's maybe the second wave of corona virus and the idea of playing in cold weather cities in November is just not appealing yeah you're right for seventeen at W. T. M. J. up next the protest yesterday that took place on the highway the hone bridge what a nightmare for police officers what a mistake by protesters we will discuss with a former sheriff's detective UP next it's national dairy month June we ask that you make a special effort to enjoy products made right here in the dairy state let's all raise a glass of milk and toast the dairy.
"gruber" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Would you wanna know done here you've never seen the Gruber but he's big on throat rips you just grab it you just grab that little wind box thing right there let it rip it right out I mean I think you'd be well within your rights and thanks to ms readout for for sending that by way you're not alive love by the way Chris Evans is the one who tweeted out originally not Captain America hello go ahead hello hi how are you so I'd everything's okay I don't believe in man putting their hands on women either but once you stay in that male female and this happened to me during covert nineteen at my job I had to fire young lady and she actually spent on me and I did try to attack her lost my professionalism and attacked her but she didn't get get getting charges pressed on her and it's only a small there's no terrorism now well damn it to hell what is your favorite way for a man to lay his hand on you in a bedroom type scenario you like an arm around the neck do you like a hand on the backside we are old like a kick in the ribs would you like a kick in the ribs that didn't sound very pleasurable I was gonna throw something in there to get on a hand on the **** maybe all right this to handle this like a duck a smack look at how hard of a smack like like a playful Atta boy get in there give me a first down or or one of those let go to really start with that we'll work our way up a little more now thank you so much I appreciate the call have yourself a great day you too bye seven two seven five seven nine one two two five and eight hundred seven seven one one oh two five talking about the woman who intentionally and disgustingly coughed in a man's face M. A. R. looks like a restaurant type situation a tweet from that blanc de I wouldn't even need brown liquor to escalate by hate I drop kick her disgusting but to the ground in a heart beat dropped it could be a good way to go like a flying drop kick well see that's the thing is if you're getting in close there's going to be you're gonna be close right up whatever maneuvers you have they can keep you at a good distance dropkick sounds good yeah I'd I'd run back off the ropes and then like bounce Attar and then and then just go for double flying dropkick yeah to her head I think that's a that's a good move because you're pushing her away from you right well sought you know simultaneously smashing her face and be with your feet so enjoyable to have a live look at the pile drivers to like intimate yeah yeah you can't be picking her up like a rotten crotch is gonna be right yeah you don't want any of that hello aircraft major how you doing good good I don't Duncan don't beat anybody but I sure would understand a knee jerk reaction to step on but just give her the form shiver yeah and normally I would die I would be yelling at you and saying no that is no different blah blah blah it is very rare case I don't think any of us male or female or trans or whatever could be held accountable for reaction once she intentionally spat upon us like that yeah she tried to give that to me then and now she's trying to give it to my kid yes I bring it home you're damn right thank you do I mean I'm waiting for the word we're kind of joking about it wait until someone tries to pull this on somebody with somebody who has a gun I'm because if if if you get one of these people that has a gun in looking for reason to use it and you try to go to cough in their face I don't know I don't know if the law is not in their favor seven two seven five seven nine one oh two five and eight hundred seven seven one one two two five you you said please shoot earlier and I'm not sure that it's not true that a lot of low who are you yeah this is Mikey B. from B. town Hey Mikey B. from B. town what's happening not too much I'm just thinking it's totally okay to throw punch her for doing that I don't think I would but I would understand if someone did and maybe even use like the Bruce Lee singer jab kind of maneuver might even be appropriately but you know did the one thing that bothers me about this too is the whole like getting mad at the manager and doing something like that when he's just you know even if he doesn't make the rule you know he's enforcing it so Hey John do you think do you think you could play the part of Randy macho man savage who died today in history and I could play the part of disgusting coughing lady.
Open, Free, and Spotify
"Hi James How're you much better much better we? We actually tried to buy gas couple of weeks ago and I was. I was a little busy just kind of all over the place. It's like I can't it but we're back. I like to compare it to win. You're going through your IPO. And I think we tried to podcast wants Dan and we also can't it because it just wasn't happening and life comes and goes you're busier. Us busy and I was a little busy but not market. Yeah we'll welcome back. It's good to have you back. There are a few interesting episodes last time we tried. But I'm glad to be back at regularly scheduled programing. Yes yes absolutely absolutely. It does make the question. Then why are you so busy? Yeah well it's funny because I watch the new podcast service a couple of months ago with the Czech restarted daily updates whereas basically me reading it and that was part of the date updates if you already paid for the daily update you could also get a via podcast so there was a lot of interesting technical parts to that too. You have it tied in tracking and in all the different sorts of things that went into that but it was a station to my sustained business model but it wasn't something new so what I also want to do. Experiment with what would it be like to make purely paid podcast and again part of this is I was really proud of my talk about this? And how does trajectory is? I'm proudest of course but I'm also really proud of the business model and it really makes me happy to see folks pursuing this model and going forward and companies you know like sub stack wherever might be trying to build businesses supporting people winding this. I'm all for it for support of love to see them doing that. It's kind of one of those things where I once thought I would build a company like subject and then I realized actually I'm better off focusing on Chakri billion companies really hard. It's difficult Howard stern rather than Siriusxm. Some of those lines and it was gratifying to come up with this model. And then it's Kinda cool that anyone other people will invest in these folks to do all the hard work to build it up so other people can do it. Which is totally fine by me. I want to see this model succeed. I WANNA see it out there and so I've long argued in thought you do a similar thing with podcasting is so I wanted to sort of experiment and push out here too. Not just because I think it'd be cool and maybe make a little money but just because I want to see this model independent creator model and become more things and so I sort of wanted to see what else we could do with it. Thus the new podcast dithering with our friend John Gruber and three times a week. Fifty minutes per episode. It's short google. You know exactly what you're getting which I think is real sorry. I'm kind of rambling here. But it's become the genesis of the businesses interesting but I'm super interested also in the genesis of the content side of it. There's a few things I thought about it. The actual content and the look and feel and the aesthetic of dithering is absolutely a shared project with me when I speak about the podcast itself. I'm saying my part of what is definitely a two-part relationship so I wanted to be super super clear about that. So if I say me or I than that's just because John here and I'm sorta speaking for myself but one of the things that I've thought about is what does it mean to sell content on the Internet and I wrote about a little bit this week because you're selling zero marginal cost good your so bits right. I mean literally selling email and the whole trouble that the news industry has encounter in the content injuries encountered is. It's really hard to sell something that doesn't have some sort of marginal cost attached to it. It turned out that selling a plastic disc was a lot easier than selling. Mp threes right or selling a book is easier than selling tax on a page newspaper of actual paper. It's the actual physical aspects of that and the difficulties of producing it and disturbing it and getting in front of people that was actually the foundation of all these different businesses and wants distribution became trivial. An easy it turned out that that actually was bad for business. It was good for the sort of content producer as far as reach goes but as far as actually making a living. It wasn't so great after all so one of the things that I thought about is. What am I son? The daily updates am I sign an email that never felt quite right in the whole micro transaction thing. I've always been skeptical about because it takes a lot of work to produce something in produce Oughta work. There's no guarantee is going to be a pickup and then try to sell it and I'm not sure that that's a sustainable sort of approach for publication or sort of an independent journalists. What is more attractive is people that are invested in your sort of ongoing production of content. And this idea that I'm going to do this thing. And you're GONNA pay me not necessary for the thing itself but for the ongoing production of this thing. It's like the difference between like discrete and continuous instead of paying for discrete items. You're paying for sort of continuous production and the output ends up being discreet items but those are sort of worthless artifacts worthless in terms of marginal cost perspective. That are evidence of the ongoing production. Which is what you're actually paying for. I'm not sure if that makes sense. Eight does make sense but let me grounded with another example from we've talked about. This was when you describe this model in the context of local news. You would pay someone to go. Collect the local news for you and reported but some days they might report well. There's actually no news today and you still pay them because you're paying for the piece of paper or the email you paying for the process of them to go out and do this and you need to pay them in such a way that they can reliably make a living doing it. That's exactly right. That's a perfect example like I'm paying for them to do the work to tell me that nothing is going on right like it's the effort that I actually want and I want the output from that but it's almost like if to integrate the effort with the output instead of trying to sell these discreet output items. It's all one package. You'RE PAYING FOR THE ENTIRE PACKAGE. And so you take that and you apply it to a podcast. Well what's a problem with some podcasts? I mean we worked very hard to keep our podcast to about an hour and it's kind of predictable and sometimes we go along and we feel a little sheepish about that because you want people to if they start expose know about how long it's GonNa take and say something that our Fred. John has been a little less disciplined about like fuck has to go an hour to two hours three hours or whatever which is fine it works for him but if you're purchasing something that feels overwhelming on one hand and other hand you want to get something for your purchase right and so this is one of the ways. We arrived at this idea of three fifteen minute episodes a week. It's exactly fifty minutes. Every single time is three days a week. It's very well defined exactly what you get and I think that's an important piece of this business
"gruber" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"For an update from the Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here's great math six former all pro tight end rob Gronkowski is back in the NFL pending a physical the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are acquiring the former tight end of the week with patriots in exchange for a seventh round pick he is going for New England to Tampa Bay to be reunited with Tom Brady Gronkowski sat out last season but was still under patriots control with a salary of ten million left on the books or trade had to be consummated for Gronkowski to be able to play again outside of New England it pending a physical that trade will be done LSU quarterback Joe burrow expected to be the first overall selection of the bangles Thursday night at round one of the NFL draft if all remains as it is the Packers will make one selected Thursday night number thirty overall GM Brian Gutekunst always on the look for players with versatility like to draw exactly which is good for the position that you want to play it's a better one than the other that final form and this game injuries don't happen they're gonna be able to play pretty much everywhere and that may take time I think at the end of the day we all would rather have well rounded football players they can do a lot of things and maybe somebody will begin at one particular thing the last of the Packers selected at number thirty defensive back Damarious Randall was the pick and finally Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will grace the cover of the Madden twenty one video game Jackson was last season's MVP here for those wondering about the Madden cover curse John well last year's cover boy was Patrick Mahomes he did go on to win the Superbowl MVP honors so maybe the curse is a thing of the past maybe all right great thank you all right now could we have an answer how many shots were in a bottle of liquor John as with most things in America now we can't even seem to agree on how many ounces or in a shot so we are we are debating if there is a one ounce and a shot which most of you think it's one and a half when it's one and one half is that the correct amount okay that's one and a half that we go to seven hundred fifty divided by forty five milliliters because I'll be forty five milliliters per shot that's about sixteen shots yes sixteen and two thirds shops all right so the big fat bottle to handle that equals forty shots okay who does one and a half I do like to well if you fill it up to the top of his shot glasses to the equation I found on Google said one jigger he doesn't have one yeah yeah okay all right there we go when we saw that they sent major Garrett CBS chief Washington correspondent joins us up next honoring.
"gruber" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Well not take remote Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here's Brian de the NBA's no closer this morning to determine what it's going to be able to return to the floor than it was yesterday what we do know though is one basketball comes back it's not going to be like normal immediately one of the many rumored options is a quarantine finish to the season the entirety of the NBA playoffs will take place in one city the goal being to contain the spread of corona virus as a former player himself Fox Sports Wisconsin Steve Novak would be all for a situation just like that from a player and I'm looking at it from the perspective of look what you do want to get our checks we wanna have a champion we want to continue to play it again I would love to play in the best case scenario is to believe in love health officials decide is to quarantine especially the league put them in one place where they can all be together they can all it'll not be wandering out and all be together in one place doing that and it happens to be a a Vegas hotel like that work for their help courts they have both called up the place for that than I would be all for no back was a guest on ninety four five ESPN yesterday afternoon in baseball fresh off of signing a contract extension Bruce star Christian Yelich is as exciting as anybody to return to the baseball field you'll join SportsCenter yesterday to explain why signing in Milwaukee was the right fit for him long term you know it was somewhere that just loves plan it's it's a it's an unbelievable sports state and city I had a really good relationship with with ownership and the coaching staff front office in it's somewhere that I once felt comfortable and wanted to play and I was fortunate that I was able to work out it's a long process is something that went on for a few months during those things the lifetime players you think it's gonna get done you don't think it's going to get done and it goes back and forth a lot the last few days and Porsche we're able to get some figured out that audio is courtesy of ESPN you'll just contracted seven Milwaukee through twenty twenty eight with a mutual option for twenty twenty nine in football polarizing wide receiver Antonio brown is back in the news brown apparently working out with the reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens whether he's angling for a return to the field or not is unclear at this point but yes peons Dominique Foxworth says that brown would at least be a fit for Baltimore I think that Antonio brown is a talented player from a talent standpoint there is no team where you can Adam it wouldn't be an improvement however there are very good team in Baltimore and I don't think that you want to add Antonio brown for whatever you want to say about him we certainly can't consider him a stabilizing force and a young locker that team was the best team in the league last year across the regular season they don't need Antonio brown brown was released by both the Oakland now Las Vegas raiders in the New England Patriots last season and probably in college hoops tomorrow is the five year anniversary of Wisconsin's upset victory over undefeated Kentucky in the final four one of the senior leaders on that team Josh Doster he is scheduled to join us next here on W. T. M. J. G. it's eight seventeen of W. T. M. J. with the NBA stuck.
"gruber" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"One update from the Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here is great matic but the twenty twenty Summer Olympic Games will begin July twenty third two thousand twenty one according to the I. O. C. twenty sixteen gold medalist quite Jorgensen tells me she'll be adjusting her training accordingly I think we as team USA we're going to be stronger and better but we do have to take a step back and talk with our coaches and figure out how we're going to peak one year from now Jorgensen earned gold in the triathlon it was aiming for a spot of the U. S. team in the ten K. is part of the track and field squad she appreciates having a target start date to back fill her training schedule I'm really thankful that they came out with the date and we all know that now it's a year later postponed so we have time and space to prepare and for bees I think about when do we want to schedule these events that overlap yeah my complete interview with Jorgensen online at Wisconsin on demand dot com Packers make official the signing of kick returner and running back Tyler Ervin a former Packers wide receiver Geronimo Allison officially introduced as the newest member of the Detroit Lions in college sports the pac twelve conference extends its suspension of organized team activities through may thirty first virtual group activities including film study are a lot of up to two hours per week at football in four hours per week in other sports and John were expecting an announcement before the end of the day from the NC double a and whether or not student athletes in their final year of eligibility will be afforded another year to the corona virus still sounded like their spring sports athletes are likely to get that extra year here's a little more unlikely for winter sports but the final ruling should be out here before too long what do we expect going to happen there Greg is that what you think will happen spring athletes will get a get a little bit of an exception that would be my guess because their entire season has been wiped away it never got off the ground it's a little different in winter where most athletes completed a full regular season yeah that's eligibility is determined eligibility is determined by what start at the championship level or in the NC double a tournament it's more about what's done during the regular season so I think it looks good for spring athletes I don't think it looks quite as good for winter sports athletes all right if that decision comes down Greg will be on top of it you'll hear it right here it's three seventeen at W. T. M. J. how was your weekend eight five five six one six one six twenty second mortgage talking text line is eight five five six one six one six twenty there.
Thriving in a time of uncertainty with Dr. Lynn Gribble
"Today we have returning guests. Dr Lene Gruber who is one of Australia's founding coaches an accidental academic and an award winning author and university Electra. Lynn Kolzov a pragmatic futurist coach. She also helps people to future proof. They careers in an ever evolving workplace. Lynn is coming to us. Live to die from Sydney Australia. Now it's important to note as you record Saturday. Twenty first of March twenty twenty. It's fair decided on both sides of the world. We're living in completely uncharted waters here in the UK pubs clubs Churches Museums Cinemas. Theatres and schools are now closed. The government is just offered to pay up to eighty percent of workers wages while these companies have shut down and everyone I know is working from home and last night. The streets here in London would deserted. I've never lived through World War but many are saying this is a similar time highly and first of all. How are you and how your family are? They safe and healthy yet. Where all siphon health healthy I moved to working from harm From Tuesday of this last week We went live with everything we were doing in a virtual world from Monday so we did Chinese for Monday and so we're just practicing really good processes of you know keeping things clean making sure that everything that comes in the house is clean and kept clean and so it's all good for us that just for some context. Those didn't he lost your on season. One you'll university lectures explain way you lecturing lecturing so I work at the University of New South Wales which is one of the top universities in part of the group of universities in Australia and a we have the number one business school in Australia. And I'm part of that school and so we have a number of international students as well as local students. What about fifty? Seven thousand students on campus is full so This week we've made the decision to put all our lectures and everything online and work with students in a virtual space which is very exciting. Because I've been teaching online for sixteen years and I think that this may actually be the future will never wanted to have a study about the future work and lock. Y'All been working remotely for many years on the nomad. I just need Wi fi coffee in a flat surface. What's interesting a lot of my colleagues? That have been working at home first. Time actually help one of them like a monitor up of the stays the other day they finding it really really arresting to to work first of all on their own so mental health issues but also getting work done What tips could you give someone who has all of a sudden main told Guy Heim and wet from high and what? What are some things that can be doing to ease into this because it is very very uncomfortable environment? I'm sure a lot of papal use their workplace as pseudo family spice and I think that that's the first thing that we need to acknowledge that we spend a lodge amount of time at work and work as a very for many people social environment My pitch they looked at what happens to people when they get retrenched. And so I've heard all the stories of isolation and not being in the office at citrus. So the first thing that people need to do is recognize that just because you're used to having a lodge monitor. Aw traveling somewhere for work doesn't mean that that's what you need to do for the rest of you life. The second thing around this is that people often focus on what's different rather than focusing on. What's the same so you need to Cape? A routine routine is absolutely kate. If you think about how different for many people if they work say Monday Friday they will often find that on the weekend not aging at the same time then excising time than getting up at the same time so what going to. The office provides structure. And so if you can make a structure about being at home and tried to create the similar structure. You would have as if you're going to work so if you normally get up at seven you should normally get up at seven if you normally get up at six and go to the gym. Maybe your gym workout is now at home. There is so many great apps to be working at home. So and you can look at it harm Ryan shine whether it's forty degrees in Australia. Role minus four degrees in London. So the thing is created routine that you can replicate anywhere and this is one of the foundational things of being able to be flexible and work from anywhere. So one friend of mine was talking about Having to have facetime so a lot of these things are on voice coal and apparently They've also said well. Once a week we have to have quite facetime and now talking about how they then had to quit my cup on and and the hair and everything else Is this the right thing? Should WE FORCE PEOPLE TO BE PRISON? I was actually saying to them that probably after if this goes on for months we weren't k. What we look like in six months we will just go on with their hair. No makeup or whatever Just to to be present but is an important to see other colleagues. I mean I'm seeing lots of photos on social media of all these like the Brady Bunch squares all these people I why having and happy Let's fast forward six months. How will it look in six months when this is the new normal so actually connecting and however connecting works for you? If that's about seeing somebody if it's about texting somebody so if it's about being present you know I always remember when my daughter was quite young That I'd often ring a friend on Friday about five thirty and they also had small kids and we would havoc foreign conversation and share a glass of Wine and Sofa may the whole idea of virtually meeting up. I mean look here we are you and halfway around the world and this conversation wouldn't be that different. If we were in the same room the difference would be that we can see each other. If we really want to see each other now we could turn on a medium that would allow that. But I don't feel that are necessary and to your point about paypal feeling that you know. Do I put my Cup on? What do I get dressed or not now the the ritual of getting dressed into business? 'cause there's lots of studies that talk about when people dress casually they act casually so there is a really good rigor about getting up in the morning and getting dressed for work particularly if that's what you've always done and then overtime being careful that you don't start to become too casual and your work colleagues like you might treat your friends because there's a different set of engagement so it's not about whether you wear makeup or don't wear makeup where a social don't wear a suit. You should be dressed in a way that makes you feel professional so a lot of people where this falls down for them is that they would prefer to where they're jim gear. Twenty four seven and this is awesome. Why we he at New Moms? Say All you know. I just don't get dressed up anymore. I just don't feel like myself anymore and I say well I need dressing the way you were when you went to school when you went to work. And they say why. Don't need to and I GOTTA. You might be surprised how that affects your psyche. So there is a real thing about you know. Get up turn up show up you know and do these a way that makes you feel professional because clubs are often are Armagh to the world. Now I'm sure a lot of people whether they waking from home or freelancing. This is a time of uncertainty. And you said you. Phd cover these thriving in on uncertainty. Let's assume as the government is trying to tell us. This could last for months not weeks. How do we thrive in uncertain times like now the thing that happens with the human mind is that when we are uncertain we try and solve that problem we are problem solving being and so with uncertainty? What people try and do is imagine how to create certainty from the time? We're very little each have to think about what's the first thing they tell you with a young baby get in a routine so it knows what's coming next so it understands the system the passion the prosise so when we break those patents and processes people become very uncertain then they seek ways to create certainty. His thing I'd say to just about everybody today because a lot of people have asked me this week. You know you'll very happy and I go home happy as a clam because I had predicted that we would move to a work from home model and I had predicted we would do that around mid to late. February. So I'm a little bit out. I was a little bit ahead of myself but none the less. What we do know is is that for now. Most people who've got a job doing that from an isolation perspective. Whether that's at harm or distancing social distancing so that is annoying and that's not going to change for the foreseeable future now whether that's a couple of months many months or more than many months but it certainly isn't going to change in the next week or two so you can know physician that how you're setting up to work you should set it up so that you're comfortable to do this for an ongoing period and if that's a couple of months or more than a couple of months that should be arcade don't make do instead of make it what you want it to be for that. Focus on all the things that you know. So if you've got a job you know what that job looks like how you go about. It might change. But the job itself hasn't changed. Your family hasn't changed. Your living situation. Haven't changed so focusing on what you know rather than what you know and keep your mind coming back to. I know these when somebody says what about this darn dwelling the. I don't know because as soon as you go there you'll mind will try and solve it so focus on it. Make a list of all the things you do know and when somebody says what about the actually what I do know is this and keep talking about we know and focus on what you know and what you can anchor
"gruber" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Well Front Conveys Funds to partner banks who accept and maintain deposits provide the interest rate and provide. FDIC insurance the A. P. Y. is subject to change. The IPAD is turning ten years old and to mark the occasion. John Gruber has posted an essay that people people have been chattering about all day because in at Gruber argues that the IPAD has not come close to being the revolutionary device at promise to be or even living up to its basic potential largely because of the inconsistent multitasking interface. Quote by the time the MAC turn ten. It had redefined Multiple Industries Street in one thousand nine hundred four almost no graphic designers or illustrators. We're using computers for work by one thousand nine hundred almost all graphic designers and illustrators. We're using computers for work. The AMAC was a revolution the IPHONE was revolution. The IPAD has been a spectacular success and tens of millions. It is a beloved part of their daily lives but it has to date fallen short. Short of revolutionary software is where the IPAD has gotten lost ipad. Oh S.'s multitasking. Model is far more capable than the IPHONES. Yes but somehow apple has has painted itself into a corner in which it is far less consistent and coherent than the Max while also being far less capable IPAD multitasking more complex less powerful. That's quite a combination and quote. Gruber goes on to describe in detail. The basic user confusion about multitasking on the IPAD. Had I know when I suddenly get an APP into split screen mode on my IPAD. Not only do I not know how I got there but I also have a hard time figuring out how to get out. Gruber concludes by saying this quote. The IPAD at ten is to me a grave disappointment. Not because it's bad because it's not bad it's great even but because great though it is in so many ways overall it has fallen far short of the grand potential showed on day one to reach that potential apple needs to recognize they have made profound conceptual mistakes and the ipad user interface mistakes that need to be scrapped and replaced not polished and refined. I worry that IPAD O. S. thirteen suggests the opposite. That apple is steering the IPAD. Full speed ahead down a blind alley and quote as Craig tweeted. This is the harshest. I've Seen Gruber. We're on apple but it's all true. The APP use multitasking. Paradigm is on. The IPAD are a mess and to be honest. I can't imagine how they'd be fixed.
"gruber" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Pompeo on Thursday as China attempts to contain the so called Wuhan Corona Virus. Iris it is interesting to watch the strains that this crisis is causing the so-called Chinese firewall the sheer volume of criticism of of the government's response has seemingly been overwhelming sensors and is strongly testing China's ability to control the narrative around the event quoting putting the New York Times in recent days. Critics have pounced when officials in the city of Wuhan. The center of the outbreak wore their protective masks incorrectly. They have heaped scorn upon stumbling pronouncements when Hans Mayer spoke to official media on Monday. One commenter responded if the virus is fair. Then please don't spare this useless person. The condemnations stand as a rare direct challenge to the Communist Party which brooks no dissent in the way it runs China in some cases. Chinese leaders appear appear to be acknowledging people's fear anger and other all too human reactions to the crisis showing how the party can move dramatically. If sometimes belatedly to mollify the public Chinese officials seem to recognize that social media can be a useful tool for feeling out public opinion in times of crisis we chat the popular Chinese Messaging Platform said over the weekend and that it would crack down hard on rumors about the virus but it also created a tool for users to report tips and information about the disease and the response Internet backlash may already have caused one local government in China to change course on its virus fighting policies the southern city of Shanto announced on Sunday that it was stopping cars ars ships and people from entering the city policy that echoed ones in Wuhan but then the word went around that the decision had led people to panic by food and by the afternoon the order had been rescinded an quote interestingly one of the social platforms that Chinese users have been flocking to to at least obliquely air criticism is the social platform Dubazana which suddenly got flooded with user reviews for the TV series sure noble which of course showed a bumbling communist government response wants to a public crisis quote in any era any country. It's the same cover. Everything up one reviewer wrote on Monday that's socialism awesome.
Uber, Postmates sue to block California gig worker law, claiming it's unconstitutional
"The gig lawsuits as KCBS reporter Holly Quan tells us Gruber and post mates are fighting back calling AB five in a rational and unconstitutional statute ride sharing giant uber and food delivery service post mates filed suit over the law it looks to protect to get workers by forcing companies to treat them as employees giving them healthcare sick leave and workers comp the two San Francisco based companies joined the trucking industry and groups representing freelance journalist in opposing the law which legislators admit can be tweaked if need be the law could also for smaller companies to over comply political analyst Melissa Kane they say okay we don't have all the money in the world to defend against lawsuits to working out you for correct and make sure we are definitely on the legal side of things I'm gonna bring in everybody we can't read a layoff everybody with cancer and so you might see an impact that even greater than maybe the authors intended as companies try to be very very clearly on the right side of the law to avoid legal challenges earlier this month vox media said the law is forcing it to lay off hundreds of freelance writers and editors in California who work for the online sports blog SB nation a day later two groups representing freelance writers and photographers student LA federal court claiming the law restricts free speech and the
The 9 Worst Cruise Packing Mistakes
"Are the nine Worst Paki mistakes that cruises can and do make that could also get them into a lot of trouble? I'm Gary Benbridge image. This is another of my tips for travelers. I'm an explorer. Nine packing mistakes. That could end up getting you into a lot of trouble starting with this. This one drugs bringing drugs could get you into trouble. Now there's the obvious ones which are illegal drugs and people have been caught on. Cruise ships surprised pricing often. It's awfully even in the last year. There were a couple age. Seventy one in seventy two called Roger and sue clock some pensioners from the UK that were arrested in Lisbon carrying many kilograms. Twenty pounds of cocaine. They got up to eight years also the same year. There were two men arrested trying to bring drugs on board the allure of the seas in Miami and other famous case where Gruber calls who are known as the instagram crews drug Babes where arrested in Sydney trying to you smell drugs on Princess cruises so obviously of course bring on board illegal drugs is a big issue however you also need to be extremely careful with prescription genre even over the counter drugs because in some places you cruising to humanity find that they're also illegal so for example in cruising to Dubai the United Arab Emirates. It's there's a lot of drugs which can get very simply are illegal so any drugs for example with Codeine so even very simple drugs like tylenol. Arthritis Relief Leaf is illegal in that country and get you in trouble. Gentlemen was arrested and held in prison for many months for trying to bring Tamaz Japan into the United Arab Emirates in Japan again. There's lots of restrictions as well so even sudafed for example you haven't issuing Indians Japan so very important if you're gonNA cruise and you have either. OTC drugs your drugs. You just pulled over the counter check that you can actually bring those into the country particularly disembarking and if you have a prescription drug that you take with you. My big strong tip is keep it in the original packaging so they can see your name. And ideally also have a copy of your prescription or or letter from your doctor but be careful those very simple drugs that you bring on board could get you into a lot of trouble the secondary that could get you into trouble if you packed them all remote control devices or things that can be launched authorship so very simple balloons are no longer allowed most cruise lines. You can't bring balloons onboard because the concern and that you'll release those balloons authorship and it will endanger marine life if you want to bring a drone on a cruise you pretty much excluded by all cruise lines. I've tried many times to get drones is on board very few Cruz. Actually even let you bring them on board some cruise lines will let you hand them over to security and they will let you when you get on and off the ship but pretty much. Every single cruise ship will ban drones ban also things like remote controlled aircraft at the time of according war. Caribbean and Carnival are the only the ones that will let you bring drones on board normally. Keep them with security and they will let you use them when you head off on a port. I've tried many times with cruise lines to bring my journal on board and even with lots of guarantees working even with the PR teams. It is refused what will happen. is you'll find is confiscated and you want to get it back back at the end of the cruise the third area that could cause problems for you is not packing for the dress code depending on the cruise you go on. They will have different restriction. So if you're heading for example on a very formal cruise so you could be on Cunard or it could be princess how America. They have formal nights where they're required for example. Gentlemen to to wear jackets normally with a tie or Tuxedo. That require ladies very elegant gowns. So you can't get into any of the key dining venues without that dress code also some cruise lines are also not let you go into the public areas. They won't even let you watch the show or go to the casino. Whatever if you're not in the dress codes are really important to make sure that you've you've packed for the dress code of course the converse if you're getting a nice relaxed cruise you don't want to be bringing all your fancy gear because you may get a chance to wear it? Also very importantly understand if there's any other restrictions so for example one or two cruise lines have banned fancy dress. This is after the head of hollered problems with probably not inappropriate. Fancy onto dress so some cruise lines are really strict around fancy dress and clothing basically with slogans. They will only let you bring on fancy dress. Relevant to a particular theme and those themes tend to be inaugurals like White Knight Party or Red White and blue so also bear mind. You might not be able to bring that fancy dress also depending where you're going don't pack camouflage gear get some islands. Even in the Caribbean will not let you wear camouflage gear out and about so really important. Understand the dress code. Also if you or your kids have have things like those shoes of the wheels on most cruise lines. Also don't allow those so when you're packing. Also have I think around the dress code and also check. If you're particularly cruise line has is any quirks Robert jacomb worse. For example some cruise lines will let you wear jeans a dark smart jeans a faded or ripped jeans so that's something really important to bear in mind. The dress code another really big packing mistake that I have seen a lot of people make is packing valuables and things that they really don't want to lose in their check in bags. Make sure that you keep all of those in your carry on bags. I've had people contact me talking about. They've had really valuable equipment in the checking comebacks which is gone missing or been damaged and then they've had no recourse for those so many important things. I could passports medications if you've got camera equipment laptops smartphones. Anything that is valuable even your precious jewels if you're taking those somebody's on a cruise with you so really important if you have anything anything valuable whether it's even sentimental value keep that with you in your carry on bags. Do not put it in the bags that you had in another important. No no when it comes to packing. He's turned pack anything. That has an open flame or is flammable. So you can't bring fireworks or anything like that but also you can't bring candles you. You comprehend incense burners so anything with live. Flames are not allowed on a cruise ship. Fire is the thing that cruises and captains and crew fear more more than anything else. It is the most dangerous thing to happen at sea so all lifelines are banned for example. You might have seen in a restaurant. They have little fake AAC flames and things like that to avoid having live flames. The only time you'll ever see live flames is one of those cruises where they do some Flam Base Crepe Suzette doc whatever at your table and then they're really strictly controlled with a fire blanket and fire extinguishers and all that kind of stuff so so anything. That's even vaguely flammable. Do not pack in your bags. Next is also a little bit linked to that. You can't bring on pretty much any crews anything anything that has some sort of heating element to it so you find whilst most cruise lines we'll let you bring on board hairdryers not all of them. Some of the might even let you bring on curling tongs but or them. But you can't bring on. Things like ions travel irons. Kettles coffee makers hot plates anything bizarre like that. And he's got a heating element. You cannot bring that on board also very important if you are traveling with kids very young kids and you need a bottle sterilizer or about a warmer check of your cruise line. Let you bring that. So for example Zomba's Disney does not allow parents to bring on sterilize bottles. They require you to either work with your cabin steward or you. You can talk to guest relations and they will give you some equipment. But you can't bring your own on board so anything that's got a heating element doping on board. Because they will check for that they will scream for that and they will will confiscate it. Also if you're heading off on a celebrate recruits Christmas or something like that you can't even bring those light strings of Christmas slides and things like that. They will not let you bring on board. The next packing mistake is around packing anything that is or could be perceived as has being some kind of weapon or could be used as weapons. This is very important because all though there's the obvious things you can't bring shotguns and pistols that that kind of stuff will big long knives knives with you. There's a bunch of things that you might end up bring on board. That could get into trouble without realizing it so for example comping on board replicas so if your kids have converted could guns or whatever you probably find those are not allowed you combine those on board. There's also loss of restrictions on self defense equipment so if you perhaps want to bring some handcuffs with you for whatever reason or pepper spray those kind of things. You can't bring those either with you but surprisingly you also can't bring sing along things that are actually sports equipment. That could be used as weapons so you can't bring things like cricket bats baseball bats anything that looks like a club. Basically really you'll find that cruise lines will not let you bring on board. If they find that in your luggage they will take it out and they will confiscate it and give it to you at the end of the cruise if it comes comes to things like knives and sharp objects most of the rules that you can't bring any knife that is longer than four inches long or at. That's around about ten centimeters. The only only exception to that are there's old-fashioned safety razors but again if you're bringing on board you might find. You have some difficulties so anything that's perceived as or could be a weapon is restricted and would be a big mistake to pack. Another big. Packing mistake is bringing too much alcohol with you now. I have done a video before. We're talk about the great lengths. That people the go-to to smuggle booze on board most cruise lines will allow you to bring either one or sometimes two bottles of wine or champagne on board with you per person within your luggage. Anything over that they will clamp down on and they will take it away so if you're out on an excursion and you're going to winery or orders buying some alcohol spirits wine champion. Whatever it is when you come back on board the cruise line will take that away from you? And they'll hold it till the end of the cruise so so very important. When you're packing? You need to be really careful. About how much booze you bring on board some cruise lines. Even restrict things like water sewed code. Is that kind of stuff so make sure you really understand what you are allowed to pack. So you don't get into trouble. My next tip is around the whole area of musical equipment and instruments pretty much every single cruise line will allow you to bring on board musical instrument and you are allowed to play that unless they get complaints so you can bring on board musical instruments and you can play those in your cabin. Don't play them out on deck I've been on crispy with it and it's really annoying And is Sydney. Why is going to irritate eight other passengers when it comes to things like things playing music you'll find that pretty much every cruise line will not let you pack and bring big boom inboxes? They will let you bring on board smaller musical devices which they ask that you only play within your cabin. You can listen to music music out on deck with if phones you complex out loud you are. Ernest has played with new cabinet again. If you get complaints from your neighbors it will be taken away from you. I've done a video before about music. Music being played on balconies music player balconies is not something that cruise lines will encourage or in fact. If you get complaints you will find your equipment to taken away from you when packing for crews really important. That your Voi- these mistakes are you. Don't get yourself into a pickle and into trouble. These are the nine mistakes that I have seen. People make all all the time and they some of them are quite easy to make.
INSIDE THE BATMAN 80TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT
"Week a Soko exhibit opened marking the eightieth anniversary of Batmans nineteen thirty nine first appearance in detective. -tective comics number twenty seven where he was known as the Batman with a hyphen. Quote a mysterious and adventurous figure fighting for righteousness and apprehending the wrongdoer in his lonely only battle against the evil forces of society and quote news of the exhibit will already be familiar to regular readers of the Malaysian foodie website. The premiere from your food blog in Malaysia with over one hundred thousand page views per month. But I digress. The site of the Batman Exhibit is the Link Hotel on channel all Hamas Boulevard. A block east of the art museum and a block south of Ecolo Hospital which hotel we discussed on the podcast a year ago when it was selected by the generally considered authoritative for such matters fodders research group as one of the hundred most incredible hotels in the world. Not least because it has a cool the exhibit space dedicated to cool exhibits of Cool Street. Art curated around cool themes which is cool and apparently incredible the cool curator of the Batman exhibit but is french-born Tel Aviv. Photographer Painter Gallery owner and Link Hotel Permanent Chief Art Curator Daniel Sea bony see bones own contribution to the exhibit is a painting of Bruce Wayne decked out in a Tony suit holding a gun and wearing the mask while beside him stands wonder woman as played by Gaga wrote a work of art art that promises to further inflame social media. That has been well a twitter about whether these two superheroes are an item ever since the two thousand seventeen man vs Superman dawn of justice movie depicted. A spark of sexual tension between Batman and wonderwoman also in the exhibit are works by I Tel Aviv. Street artists Midge polly. Max Mister Smile Urban Lover and Yankel art if those even are their real names as well. As the less colorfully named Dan John Gruber Aladdin's villain Kacha Grachev. Ski and Zohar Yusefi on many of the paintings themselves are trippy. Dive into our collective unconscious chest although alongside those union. Paintings are also profoundly. Forty and one's reminding one Wi fi. Swiss circle broke from the Vienna circle in the first place. You say totem told them I say taboo in the end. It is probably no surprise that Intel Aviv one of the world's leading centers of Psycho dynamic theory and practice and exhibit about a dark character entered devised by two Jews. That's Bob Kane and bill finger and depicting as a great galumph with a British Butler. It's hero it. Is the Freudian an interpretation that dominates the exhibit. But still no matter where your loyalties lie in the Great Psychoanalysis Wars of the early twentieth century. Even if you're an ad Laurean or a rightfully in with the funding for Oregon boxes you will find something cool to love in the exhibition space at the hotel and arguably nothing captures the spirit of the city. We love so well Tel Aviv. Leave Jaffa better than an exhibit offering. One after another fever dreamt visual midrasz by Tel Aviv. Artists on a lung of a character fever dream by two New York Jewish artists obsessed as they might be in nineteen thirty nine by the evil forces of society which leaves you to wonder just a bit about eternal questions of good and evil and crime in punishment as well as about very modern questions of art in the age of mechanical
"gruber" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Sign will not take remote Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here's my following week sixteen of the NFL regular season wrapping up tonight or the Vikings and Packers are set to play against each other Packers inter within eleven three record the Vikings are ten four however the Packers to hold the tie breaker against the Vikings so no matter what happens tonight the Packers could still win it next week and win the division Vikings are favored by five tonight some bigger things though on the line for the Packers sitting with that record of eleven and three if they win tonight they would then eat for the New Orleans Saints to beat the Titans yesterday and also the San Francisco forty Niners you got a win against the rams on Saturday all three of those teams would have a record of twelve and three two of those three teams would then be in position to get a first round bye so a lot to play for for the Packers taking a look at this game according to head coach Matt Loeffler something they're concerned about playing against the Vikings is the ability to break off big plays this week swirls weeks it's it's a it's going to be a challenge because they are so sound they do a great job of keeping everything in front of them again it's it's so situationally based in terms of are we trying to get a completion here we trying to take a shot obviously the higher the risk usually the higher the reward I think he's got to manage it based on the situation of the game hackers and Vikings thank kicked off at seven fifteen our coverage is gonna start at four o'clock yesterday around the division reliance lose two of the Broncos the bears lose the chiefs also one other notable score the NFL yesterday eagles take over first place in the NFC east they defeat the cowboys by a seventeen to nine score box of basketball they do almost everything right in there one seventeen eighty nine win over the Pacers last night other game that seemingly have everything for the box as their second unit shines we honestly see near triple double another big offense of gain from brook Lopez should not down three three pointers in a twenty eight point victory over the Pacers coach Mike Budenholzer says this was a total team victory I think our doctors really showing you know when broken Wesley shoot make three is like that too that's just makes us really you know offensively I think in Texas closer to where we can be you know reach our potential sound good when six players scored in double figures for the box led by Wesley Matthews who at nineteen well John is finished just one short of what would have been his fourth triple double this season Justin Garcia WTMJ score it was also the return of Malcolm Brockton to Milwaukee he went to the Pacers over the course of the offseason after spending three seasons of what the box he spoke to the media prior to the game and explained when he knew he was going to be exiting in Milwaukee a.
Mexico confirms arrests in cartel massacre of Mormon family
"We have some major developments to bring you in the ambush killings of nine American women and children in northern Mexico in fact it's our top story in here's Jenny west Mexico security secretary says arrests have been made in last week's brutal murders by suspected cartel gunmen in northern Mexico K. D. A. R. as Jim crosses live with the latest yeah Germany so far Mexico still not releasing any information details about the number of arrests or where this happened what Gruber cartel the suspects maybe part of others came after arrest last week of a suspect in our free a south of Douglas Arizona that was later found not to be connected to these are murders thirteen year old Devon Langford's mother and two brothers were killed in this ambush he then walked fourteen miles to get help for the other eight children who survive under my mind
Rodney Clawson Is an Accidental Song Writer
"We have a wall on the screen Ronnie that we put everybody songs on it we couldn't all your songs you have so many number one song yeah well I mean I know there's people out there that have a lot more than me but I don't know arrivers five hanging and see what they say that's what my asthma therapist asked me do she gets just say thank you I'm shocked when I see it too so I'm like L. and by because each song the worth of it we have estimated you're worth a billion dollars are you say over or under a billion I would say well well under well over got it that means Ashley Gorrell to billions of where you are in the get off this but you are in the elite sorry we all we have something we call the elite three artists that have the most number ones that have on the podcast and you're part of that and there was a room we'd all clap and probably give you a standing ovation uh-huh and there's not a trophy but we'll mail one to you okay and may never come to you but trust us we've been wh what is the trophy we don't know yet we haven't actually invented that we just say it we'd never send it out something to hold your bed it's a belt it's a it's a championship you'll be receiving it in the mail just watch for it so what's interests about your story is you actually were writing songs and they were having a bit of success before you've moved to Nashville right yeah so you were in in Texas up in the panhandle got out of college and farmed with my dad for fifteen years and had some connections here in Nashville started Started writing songs had three or four Three or four hits before I moved out here in two thousand five so I got a I got a publishing deal in two thousand and went back back and forth for five or six years my dad retired and moved out here full Tom so you've got a publishing deal without living here right which which at least oh no by then but now that's pretty rare because part of the publishing don't sign you as they want to set you up on rights all the time and if they're setting up on it nobody was part of that they wanted you to write not only in town but to pay you to keep writing at home too yeah I mean I would come to town one week a month and I would have have you know half written stuff ratified things about myself and you know hey here here's a verse and of course you know you lock it or not and I wrote a few few hits like that you know so you were farming either fifteen years yeah he finished school kind of farm corn leads bean's big center pip sprinklers you know in the Texas panhandle where it rains like fifteen inches a year so it's almost desert so you're living the country saw right yeah I mean out of school you live the adult country song right yeah and what is your drive in the tractor listening to the country songs things that now we're trying not try to plug in like well the guy on the tractor which the guy on the tractors not maybe the core audience anymore the back when I started it was I think the as you were writing songs while living on the farm and you're working what's your what's your dad think about me we the ambition that you had to be a songwriter what's funny is my family mom and dad aren't musical at all so they were supportive but I I don't know if they even understood what I was trying to do which I mean I after I had had a publishing deal in had several hit songs I would come back home I would come to Nashville and riot and come back home and my they would say like you sell Nissan's this week but he explained the business him so many times I to this day I don't know if they still understand what do they do know that my song played on the radio and you grew up what what town would you be closest to I I grew up five miles west of groover Texas okay and you'll hit Amarillo and go ninety miles north so I know pretty well we just play Amarillo care the thing about Amarillo that's the part of Texas that gets Snow Right Yeah Oh yeah and it's about the only part of Texas that really get snow yeah we we've had some big snows so you guys got seasons in Texas Oh yeah so you finish school you're you're working on the farm writing songs are you I'm just trying to understand what that was like are you carrying a guitar as through the day like this down time I would I would maybe on the tractor I would get an odd in my head and I mean it's it's so different than what I do now because like we'll go you know you go and you meet a couple of buddies somebody has an idea you try to write the song one day we'll I had like weeks to work on an idea like driving a tractor you know but would mainly you know put stuff down with guitar like go home at night ten o'clock at night going with guitar and try right like that too for a couple of hours that guitar just the music come from if your parents weren't musical that that influence was day Well I mean I was in I played piano growing up and I was in band choir and I learned how to play Guitar probably I think about it guitar when I was maybe twenty years old also a letter or yeah I mean I didn't try to wrap my first song till I was I think like twenty eight maybe it wasn't like for like most people like four and I saw well my I had this is kind of a weird story that I I don't like to share it with people get it just sounds weird but I had a friend of mine who left Gruber Texas and came out here to Nashville and went to Belmont and got in the publishing world here and she randomly called me hadn't talked here in two or three years randomly called me one night and said hey you're songwriter and you don't know
The Importance of Collaborating With Entrepreneurs
"Hi folks. This is Gerald Thomas here with Kim Beazley. I want to thank him for letting me be a part the show with you yes well. Kim and I have a great way that you can pamper your business this month because September is shameless promotion month think about it as a whole month where you can talk about Your Business Distinct News editors publishers of loud newsletters. All all these folks are looking for stories and you can't supply with it. Just send them a little promo letting them know what you're doing and that hey it's the part of Sameness Promotion of and that you would love to get exposure but make sure that your promo is news worthy you can talk about it. Should business offered tips and everything include your website and all that but there's also the things that you can do online if you're not the crazy about doing the off line routes but first of all. Let's talk about why it's important to the collaboration will expand your reach. I mean right now. You may have a list of a hundred people that you're reaching out to just I think if you partnered with more people who have a mailing list of say a hundred two hundred three hundred more each just think how many eyeballs you can get to see your information this month now. Let's see before you reach out to them. We need to bring something to the table to make it worthwhile. Just because you have a list of a hundred people that's nothing you need to make it worth their while else so one of the things I do when I collaborate and this is expanding what you what you're talking about one of the things I like to do the ears when I post something something that really wants to get out. I will actually go to my lister connections after people and I'll say can you please reshare spoke like it comment on it. whatever you WanNa do and then turn I asked him. Is there some way that I can support you so they operate collaboration. I'm asking them to be some for me but at the same time I always asked. Is there something you would like to do for you so do. I felt me to build relationships. Only thing is just because I'm willing to comport others. FM askins support me and that's just all about collaboration now another thing that you could be doing right now with your mm-hmm Mailing List Him as inviting folks on your mailing list the share your your latest. What would what are you working on right now that you'd like to get out there right. I would say if I was married to my Mellon List. I would ask them to share about Gruber's abilities launched the social media so that I just launched so that people can have an affordable audible way to manage their social media to to five different networks not only damage but also respond respond to messages coming in from those networks okay now being that both of our favorite network is linked. You know you Kinda like play around on facebook on mainly linked in in exchange for them shares that information Hundley thin and in any of the platform you could offer them a one line little listing in your next newsletter that basically has surname their business and links to their linked in profile as thanks so that they can get exposure this cost. Anything doesn't cost them anything. All's good and it's a way to sell hey. I'll have some cool people on my mailing list. People loud to spotlighted. Oh I agree and one one of the things that I've learned with collaboration and I've learned a lot about collaboration from Germans. That never hurts to ask. People can just say yes or no you're hoping for. Yes never heard the ask elaborate win I. I thought about asking askin drill into collaborate on this with me. I was expecting yes. I expected her to let us anything. uh-huh yes because we literally have found call like this the way we're talking with each other for the Thai cash concise we can take she's similar station and we can turn them into pie cast so that we can share the knowledge that we both have and collaborate rate increase the knowledge of our listeners in general and what was your answer it was yes and I had not thought about it. Okay I can make it work on else fun to you. Collaborate why why you this collaboration for you because you're always helping me with with other stuff I mean with my websites finding think tolls and everything so I figured you know what just another way for us to talk ms strategize what it is yeah so so. Where were you if you if you have a friend and you to talk about topics similar to what I have found we do switch it over to talking on a podcast and yet podcast going. It's just as simple as that and you may ask okay. Where can we do this or right now. We're using a way of meeting room and we just jump in way pressed the record button and we start talking about our the topic and that's as simple as I mean. There's some other things you gotta do too when he comes in but that's basically what you have to do. the journalists who that's the way that you can think of our videos on you've gotten me into making videos for my hungriness business movement and I figured that you know what since you're helping me do that you would teach me how to use the tool because I had no idea you know stretching their liberty thin air. You put your ad you could put an ad within my video. Yeah you would do that. Not Me because I have you. I would know how to do that but you. You're at so when people looked at my genial. Then is also your ed so they win win. I I agree and and that's what it's all about Lincoln's the Tapscott to elaborate you want it to be a Langley solution. You want it to be something that's beneficial officials for those who are who are engaged in collaboration doesn't have to be one or two people when you create collaboration you can have more. I didn't want to people just as long as the broom of people choose to a a greasy collaborate. Equally it has to be easily because if you have one person doing all the work and the rest of just kind of sitting there it that's not a collaboration up for the person is arguing hasn't awesome nonpaying job and and one of the things that I'm doing when it comes to collaboration I love for C. Session to project and and at the end when all is said and done I love seeing people enjoy the outcome of what we have done where we collaborate and another way that we're also doing it is. I'm doing something the small business Saturday. You're doing something for Small Business Saturday so you invited me to be a part of your thing and I imagine would be put a mind so it was like win win win so we can both push projects together yet. I- colleague race so with this all said and done about collaboration collaboration one of the things athlete as close at one of the things I listened to remember is make sure that if you do let us to collaborate that you have a list of expectations unless agree things that each party will do and and that each corey is willing to commit to what what the expectations are that's. That's very important a list of what you're bringing to the table a inventory of your groups that are online offline your mailing list this podcast that you might do that your guest on whatever it is you know just make of the different ways that you're already marketing the online and offline and sync them up together. I totally agree yeah so with that in mind thank you so much for tuning Indian and five cast with your host can be and Cheryl and be Thomas and have a great day.
The Mystery of Hinterkaifeck
"The small rural property of Hintikka EFFEC- lay approximately seventy kilometers north of the German city of Munich said against against Bavaria's flat sweeping farmlands meadows and porn forests the acreage earned its unofficial name from a nearby hamlet cold Cossack within PINTA being German for behind built in eighteen sixty three the single-story stern farmhouse was shaped like the letter o the living quarters occupied the longer portion of the building while Abban stables and engine room were at the other end outside the lodge. Yod autophagy too well crop fields lostock postures and to to shed that also functioned as a laundry room and bakery. It was an isolated delighted spot. The closest neighbor was half kilometer away and the nearest village was even further he nineteen twenty two Hinton Carfax was owned and operated by three generations of the group Gabriel family fronted by sixty three year old Andreas Gruber and he's seventy two hero wife Cecilia this thirty five year old daughter Victoria Gabriel also lived at the farmstead along with her two children two year old Joseph and seven year old Cecilia who was named after her grandmother but went by the nickname. Sealy Sealy seely attended primary school in the nearby municipality of Vodka Hyphen with classes scheduled six days a week including Saturdays on on Saturday April one nineteen twenty two sealy was absent from school. It was not unusual given she was prone to illness and was noticeably sibley exhausted the day before the teacher led the class in the Lord's prayer to help silly recover before moving on with their studies later that afternoon to coffee merchants delivering an order to into coffee noticed. All of the doors on the property were locked and nothing stood within could here don't balking from inside the stables accompanied by the sounds of cattle. The merchants went up the road to a neighboring being property and informed the Schouten Bell family that he took off appeared deserted said is typically busy for the Gruber Gabriel family family with members often sawed it working around the farm yet postures remained empty the next morning to to friends of the household waited by the front gate to meet Victoria Gabriel on their weekly walk to Sunday mass. She failed to appear so the PAC continued on woods without her although pastas bought were also beginning to notice the activity in Tacoma affec- When no-one ungraded the postman on Monday he through the kitchen window expecting disable bustling a bell but the room was empty at nine. AM on Tuesday April four and the Kenneka Rod I scheduled appointment to repair days of engine Hay to Ooh the cattle mooing and Doug Balking from within the stables but he's knocks to the front door went unanswered and there was no smoke coming from the chimney thinking the family must have stepped out. He went to inspect the engine room and noticed the luck was broken and easily removable. He carried rigged the engine to the tool shed and spent the next four and a half hours fixing it afterwards as he walked across the courtyard he noticed the previously the locked door to the bond was now what open and the family's pet at. Jim and spits watchdog had been removed from the stables and was now taught the front door snarling mechanic assumed someone had since returned time but was confused as to why they had an approach team hey to visited the neighbouring shorten bowel residents to report on Hintikka affects unusual stillness concerned turned for the family forty eight year old Lorenzo shorten. Bala sent his two young sons to check. If anyone was home they found the entire farmhouse is locked with no lights on inside all was silent except for the cattles loud frantic sanding mooing
Nurses Are A Mom's Best Friend With Maternity Nurse Katie Verbesy
"Lena. Mom is the toughest job there is and it doesn't come with instructions so it's okay if you don't have all the answers. We'll figure it out together this. This is mom brain for the LARREA Baldwin Daphne us. Hey guys welcome back to mom brain. I'm ILARIA and I'm Daphne and today we have a episode for you where I am on maternity leave but Alario is having an amazing conversation with Labor and maternity nurse so today's Today's acne. We talked with Katie Versi who is a nurse at the hospital that both you and I delivered at I've had for I believe three out of my four our kids you know I have to say the the experience of giving birth is just because I'm the reason I'm not in the conversation fully today's because I'm actually home on maternity. Leave and it's funny because people keep asking you know how houses pregnant pregnancy been different than others and you know. Are you nervous for to give birth and all of this and it's like it's weird. Policy just does not let you fully remember all the details of any process of any part of this I wish I was more diligent about journaling but I just don't have time so could someone get me a third and fourth and to please stay there by journaling and a few extra hours during the day hours during the day although I it was really good for a while but voice notes to myself which which had helped but in any case you'll hear in this episode how soothing and Calming Katie Gruber See who will we hearing from is but she is just. It's just an example of how important the the great care around you when you're giving birth is excellent art guys this. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Katie. Silly Mommy got the gig okay. Can you please introduce yourself. My name is Katie Verb. AC- and I've been a maternity nurse for ten years in New York City. What exactly is maternity nurse so a maternity nurse. Their maternity nurse is on the different stages of your Labor Labor and delivery nurse which is the more common nurse it was heard of the nurse sets with you during the Labor but then after you have the baby for the two to three days that you're saying at at the hospital you have what we call a post partners and that just means that's the nurse takes care of you in the period after you have the baby so we help you with breastfeeding and teaching and just all the stuff that happens after baby that you don't know anything and you need someone to be there with you. The entire twenty-four hours doing all the teaching and helping thing just make you be less scared. Now is so funny you're so stressed and focused on the actual delivery any idea everything whoever whoever like no one told me any event always tell your friends or I tell my patients. Tell your friends about after stuff because it's the stuff you don't know and it's the stuff that's going to be what you need for after es tell your friends and then they won't feel alone when Carmen was born. I was so focused on the delivery and then I'll say everything will be find when she's out and everything is like how exactly to keep this thing alive. Oh my God all right so i WanNa talk to you a little bit about some of the things that you Komo women will experience as say it's my first my first child and I have my my baby and everything goes as planned but what are like really common surprises that that women have after you know giving birth. I think one of the biggest things that mom's experiences not understanding. How difficult breastfeeding is that breastfeeding. Yes it's natural that your breasts produce milk but short of that so much of it is a learned experience and based on how the babies are and how the moms are and feeling comfortable. That breastfeeding takes time. There's a reason that seventy five percent of my job as a nurse is helping with breastfeeding. There's a reason we have lactation consultants that come and visit you in the room and breastfeeding class but I think the biggest thing is understanding that if you do want to breastfeed that it more often than not can take a few weeks to really get established tablet and I think everyone has this idea in their mind for movies and seeing their friends when the babies are months old breastfeeding with absolutely no problem and people I think as baseline from what I've seen is that mom's always are going to feel like they're not doing everything right because they see everyone else doing it and everyone else seems like they're doing it easy but it's not easy for everyone. It's my first experience with breastfeeding is that breastfeeding was more painful than all of it. Avi I opted for an epidural with all of them with all of my births and I did a lot of the laboring until the last one you know without an epidemic in the last one. I was induced but I I have to say that those like contractions that you get when you get the letdown. breastfeeding are like no joke doc really really really. Yes and that's another thing that moms will say to me after is that they're in so much pain so with every after you have the baby has to shrink back down to its original size so that that you're not bleeding so with every baby every pregnancy recipient stretched out that many more time so your body has to work that much harder to shrink back down so I've had people that have had certified six seven kids that say the Labor at the contractions after the Labor is worse than the Labor itself. I completely agree with you. That's got an amazing thing. I mean people talk about. How breastfeeding helps you get back to original size. I think one of the reasons it is is the contractions that the uterus is having you'll this is I mean. This is mom rain so we get. Berry you know into the the gruesome for parts but it makes you really bleed and get rid of you know the blood that you need to get rid of so when every single time that your your body will have a letdown. which is you know for? Those of you. Guys who are pregnant and you know thinking about breastfeeding or you know didn't breastfeed one time around and next time so basically you know once. The milk starts like squirting. That's what it's called. That's what the letdown is that that is a contraction in the uterus that there's a there is a relationship relationship between the letdown and your uterus that am. I saying this right you yeah. You're the what the the like the science behind it. So most people have heard of Potosi. That's often given to you while you're in labor. Tell Labor progress shooters contract so when you breastfeed after the baby your body releases a natural form of Potosi called Oxytocin so every time you're breastfeeding oxytocin is released in your body. It does three things it makes you crampy. which is the body's natural way of preventing you from hemorrhaging because here we have chosen to give to patients after but in third world countries in places where that's not available? That's the way of preventing MOMS from hopefully not hemorrhaging it also makes you thirsty when you breastfeed because that oxytocin leaky thirsty and that's the body's ladies way of making sure that you're drinking enough because seventy three seventy five percent of breast milk is water so you. WanNa make sure that you're drinking water because if you're not hydrating yourself you're not. GonNa get yourself that full supply and the third thing that makes you sleepy and that I don't understand the science behind that because like you don't need help being tired because you only something that you watch Evan feared. evolution has figured if you don't even more reason to be tired but like. I'll literally be talking to MOMS while they're breastfeeding. I can literally see them haze over. We're and they don't realize that it's because they're literally drug okay. This is the thing that would drive me crazy with. That's after having the baby. You're so tired. ABC's up and you're like alone in in the room and then like nurses will comment. I Love Katy. She'll come hang out for a while and you feel like you're not alone but I'll be like holding my baby and I co sleep with my babies at home but like that's like a big no no in the hospital. You're not allowed to do that. I know goes goes holding one of my babies and like you're literally like you is just as you literally. Can't you can't because you're sleeping with the baby yeah so so you feel like you're getting in trouble a lot of your there which is always another reason. I mean as much as I love my X. I actually really love my experience in the hospital but you know you're excited took a homeboy yeah. I also just wanted to like sleep. Feel you really feel not. Nobody's yelling at me when I'm sleeping being with my baby in the bed but that's actually interesting what you're saying about and I wonder if I want to tell you what I do from pumping schedule because it's a very p you guys ask all the time time and it's very different from what is recommended as very different from what a Lotta people do but I have four gigantic freezer meals else full of milk and then fed the baby on top of that I don't know what I'll do with all the milk I you know. I don't think you can donate milk. That's already frozen. I think has to be fresh rush on. Somebody told me that I don't I think I'm not positive so check but I think every like they're different. People that receive milk. There are different ways of doing it okay if it's like the milk donor bank. It may be different but I know that like on a lot of like group chats. They're like there's Dulas that like we'll put you in contact with other people well. You know what for next time I will remember that because I literally through four. Oh milk. I just threw it away. I was like you know what it's pass the six months more and so and I've been holding on its own it not so because it takes so hard. It's like it's hard. I told Alec this time around. I was like I don't want to push gift. I don't I just want another freezer. Ya'll I want in. My life is another freezer. I had a patient that was we. We were talking. I I think your second or third kid and she was telling me she was going. She was let go on a trip to Europe or something.
ObamaCare architect: I don't agree with Medicare-for-all
"The man considered to be one of the architects of obamacare is defending the healthcare plan against democratic calls for Medicare for all and my T. Ford professor of economics Jonathan Gruber told the fox business network there should be a public option one form would be to build on what the affordable Care Act accomplished as Joe Biden reason suggested by making previous more affordable by offering a public option to visuals not a mandate not forcing people to going to government insurance but our free of public options like towns have public parks if you can't afford a backyard you got a public park to go do I think the same thing should be true with
ObamaCare architect: I don't agree with Medicare-for-all
"The man considered to be one of the architects of obamacare is defending the healthcare plan against democratic calls for Medicare for all and my T. Ford professor of economics Jonathan Gruber told the fox business network there should be a public option one form of would be to build on what the affordable Care Act accomplished as Joe Biden reason suggested by making previous more affordable by offering a public option to vigils not a mandate not forcing people going to government insurance but our free of public options like towns have public parks if you can't afford a backyard you got a public park to go do I think the same thing should be true with health insurance yeah I mean for your private insurance a should be a public option on god and the other thing is and in terms of Medicare for all I mean you basically you know doing away with the entire private insurance industry a hundred eighty million people are getting their insurance from the private sector so doing away with that you know is is actually creating Medicare for nobody well I mean basically that that's not true I mean you're free are you are trading I I don't understand that line your creating Medicare for all however I completely agree with your main point Maria which because it's a federal program that's going to do away with people's private insurance a hundred and eighty million people sure and your kids can put them in Medicare and what I'm saying is I'm agreeing with your main point which is that basically I think it's very difficult you look at the opposition to obamacare the fact that a very small number of people had to give up really crappy health insurance and they got very upset you can't take that algae ask a hundred eighty million people to give up good health insurance and I could be happy about it former vice president Joe Biden is defending obamacare as he makes a run for that twenty twenty democratic nomination many of his challengers are pushing Bernie Sanders Medicare for
Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media
"Popular podcast app. Overcast has launched clip sharing away listeners to share up to sixty seconds of their favorite podcast with other people on social media. The app produces a video or audio file to share all a link to a website luminary have responded to our many stories about them on Friday, clearly stating that they will continue to remove links from show notes quote due to important security concerns as we reported on Twitter show notes left intact in the majority of podcast apps including apple podcasts. Meanwhile, more podcast, publishers have requested their shows be removed from luminary Stitcher podcasts have been removed and Stitcher. Asking those podcast represented by mid roll to consider doing the same PR X, including radio topa are off. And we have a statement from Latigo Williams and co saying similar we have no. Plans to remove our podcast Henderson research is announcing a new set of data for podcast networks and advertising agencies. The podcast. Consumer quarterly tracking report is a subscription podcast, which offers bespoke research for individual podcast networks podcast host simple cast has launched a new metric for the podcast industry. That's their claim. Anyway, unique listeners the new metric world begin appearing in simple cost customer dashboards tomorrow. Transistor a podcast host has significantly increased available downloads within its pricing plans. The company is also reworking its analytics algorithms as it works on AB compliance, which may have a negative effect on apparent total numbers. John Gruber has written along blog posts saying that all podcast shows. But not all shows podcasts, we linked to it from show notes and our newsletter today, highlighting luminary and Spotify premium subscription models radio days, Europe's pod. Past day has an answer their first set of speakers including founder of Google podcasts. Zach Renault were dean and Andrew Davies from ABC audio studios. Australia the event is in London in the UK on the thirteenth of June. Pod news is a media partner and will be there to there is simply no excuse for the current state of live of Lipson. That's according to a shareholder of lips in k Mak partners, which is demanding all four existing directors of the company removed. Two quotes bring needed discipline to Lipson and an unwavering commitment to stockholder value. They've suggested five new directors four of whom only have a financial background and the other has just launched a new podcast onto luminary audio boom are apparently seeking a further five million pounds at six and a half billion dollars of funding. They raised two million dollars at the end of February. Why are host read ads so popular with advertisers? And listeners alike. Steven Goldstein looks at the history of the medium in a blog post that we linked to in our show notes and our newsletter today. Overcast developer Marco Arment has been vocal about luminary. However, Leon Zand Mun tweets him somehow funny that in the same week you take part in the fuzz about luminaries proxy of podcasts. You introduce a feature that enables re hosting of podcast audio and enables the audio to be played without hitting the original source. He has a point. Meanwhile, we're looking forward to a special luminary premium exclusive that we've discovered called test premium podcast one, and we all selling to Ben running who's head of design at luminary. He was speaking at design driven in New York five days before launch and podcast made it to luminary slide deck, which was nice in podcasts. Today, we mentioned four of them the detail launched today. It's daily news podcasts from Radio New Zealand. The hello. The internet podcast sold a special podcast episode for sixty three dollars recently on wax. Cylinder the episode sold out and we link to a video of the making it the Koi pond has been acquired by Starbucks audio. They've also announced a new podcast the pants down with MS Pat. And we listen to and liked the daily on Friday talking about the measles outbreak in parts of New York.
"gruber" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"No, I've changed my mind about something or the story has changed. But it's I don't think you're alone in that. It would people have multiple outlets. It can be like you said you can. Sort of scratch the edge. Then just move on. And sort of forget that you that I'm working on this other thing and it never surface. You know, it's interesting for me. I mean, you guys even just casual readers and listeners on my show can tell that there is a to me, hopefully, at least sort of interesting yin Yang to the styles where during fireball is very very tightly edited often very brief as we talked about a bit ago, and my show is sprawling. And you know, I I don't know what the average episode is Todd vizier works at as a friend and devoted listener, the show occasionally tweets keeps track of them in excel and tweets like a graph of the average length of the talk show with John Gruber over time, and it actually went down for a little bit. But now it's actually gone back up. It is a very long show and not tightly edited or scripted or planned. It is you know, it's the opposite. It's like where my I always get these mixed up Merlin, always straightens me out. But like. It an ego. And that stuff it's like, that's where my runs loose. But it is funny. You talked earlier about how it's exhausting podcasting. And you know, it's all relative my my grandfather cut leather shoes factory. You know? My grandfather was a coal miner and he died of black lung disease. That was the my other grandfather. My dad went to work in a coal mine at the age of fourteen and Mila, Pennsylvania and put his two kids through my mom went to nursing school in my my brother was what didn't go to college. But he was like a electric air like a worked in computers, like a trade school type thing, and his grandchildren all went to college and and are successful but demand died of black lung disease after spending a career in coal mines. And I'll I'll sit here and tell you how exhausting it is podcast. Yeah. Yeah. It It is. is it is absurd. But on the other hand, and he died when I was in first grade, but I was very nice, man. And was everything you'd ever want. The grandfather still very warm memories of them. And you just I just know enough. And I remember enough that nothing would please him more than to find out that I'm you know. Making a living by coming down to the basement. And I think I do I think if all the time I saw podcast in my basement, and I don't even have a desk. It's just like a couple of couple of cartons and a piece of an old KEA desk. I mean, I'll send you guys photo of it. You can't you can't publish it. But it's just the most ridiculous claptrap set up. It looks like I just we just moved, but we've been here for two years, but I feel like such a waste to buy a desk just for podcasting. But my office is acoustically unsuited to doing the show, and I could rectify that. And but like my home office is lower on our list of rooms to finish properly. You know, but so I have to come down in the basement. But I also I'm sitting on one of our kitchen stools and our kitchens on the second floor. So every time I do a podcast. I've got to carry a chair from the kitchen down two floors to the basement. And when I'm done pick it back up, and I know have. Cup of coffee, and I have some water, and I have to take my MAC book down..
"gruber" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"On you know, some sort of. Of some sort of drugs Kaos. How's he doing this quickly? But you have to do it. When you're in that environment, you know in two thousand nineteen nobody talks about style sheets, but I'm the lawyer in the room, and I use Microsoft Word all the time. And those are still a good thing, you know, using style sheets if you're too in any kind of word, Lance if I just the other day, I got a very carefully assembled document. I put together, you know, twenty pages and the bows on the other side. Just started going at it willy nilly ignoring my style sheets select wanted next. Yes, I wanted to throw things it's like I'm on. It's not that hard. But I guess you guys that's kind of a weird conversation to the guy that invented Mark down. How so well, I mean, you don't you probably don't do many styles sheets at this point you right on July mainly in text. And we talked about it on the last episode, but John Gruber wrote markdown gang. You know, the thing that comes up on the show every few episodes. And every Iowa's developer seems to have incorporated into their text editor. Yeah, did you ever expect that to become such a thing when you made it? It the ark of markdown success is fascinating to me like daring fireball success is just it's just a long slow steady rise. You know, like, it it, you know, I started in two thousand and two and it was you know. It just seemed like more people were reading it on a regular basis that has never really like a slow a hockey stick state slope. You know? Whereas markdown came out. And I remember specifically when?.
"gruber" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Like what you got it sort of wired into your fingers Iliescu just absolutely fly laying up same here. Same here. I think I it you've maybe you remember, I don't remember the single thing. I talked to you about the last time I was on. So if I told this before you can do it. It's been a long time people forget as well. But you know, it terms of being. Our user like the one thing I in we Drexel's triangle was I don't know. I don't read it anymore. So I don't know. But it I don't even know if they publish a paper. I mean, I know that the triangle still there, I don't maybe they're just a website. I don't even know, but we were a weekly newspaper every Friday morning new. A new addition would come out and in a production environment. It's like you you either get good at really using cork express. Or do you're out. You know, like you have to use the app the right way. Like you have to use style sheets. You can't just sit there and select text and change. The font and stuff, right? And you know, and you just learn the shortcuts I got I haven't used cork. I bet I haven't. I haven't had a computer that could launch it in forever guide. I don't I don't because I mean is it all back in the classic era. But I still remember like you held down the option key to to get the hand. So you can move around the pace board without scrolling using the scroll bar. I mean, this is before track pads, right? But like had a way of doing what we now take for granted with like a track pad with the mouse. And what I remember is. I got a college and didn't really want to get a real job. I just want to around playing video games and stuff. And there was you could get like temp work doing graphic design stuff. I paid pretty well. I don't know paid like fifteen twenty dollars an hour. And it would just be like, you know, somebody needs to hire a graphic designer for a week or something like that. And so I went, and they give you like a test like, Harry TV, you know, how to use the app, and it was it was like. Absolutely abso-. I thought you know, who doesn't how to do. This turns out like all the kids coming out of art school like all the art school students. They had no idea how to use the apps and they'd come in. And they just because they you have all semester to do a project. So they they don't know how to use style sheets. Everything is just use the font menu. And so it was like it was like I became like the ace like the number one person to like send in on like, these, you know, guerrilla one day designed jobs and all because of you know, again, no formal training at all. It's just that the the rigors of a real newspaper and a real real hard deadline. You know, nothing nothing helps you learn like a deadline. John John Gruber Gruber cork express strike team. Did you parachute in? More or less, usually it was usually it was just hardly Monday and stuff. It wasn't like an emergency that it was like just drudgery. But I mean, we the my college paper we published four times a week. And so we had just a single night to turn it around. I think that's an interesting angle. And like, the what makes a power user conversation is like so much of it is the tools you can use. But how quickly you can move through them and produce quality work like to your point is like you either get it done. I or you get, you know, get it done the best or you don't get the job necessarily or fewer like an my my paper. The paper wasn't a bed at three AM. It wasn't gonna be on stands at seven AM. We had to hit that deadline and under that like sort of time pressure cooker you move quickly because because you have to and it was, you know, there was a time in my life. Where I I'm sure that I could, you know, lay out an eight or sixteen page paper in the matter of a couple of hours, and people watching me would think I was.
"gruber" Discussed on Doughboys
"Oh i was of fat little nerd he was a good looking kid who was very musically gifted wow no sex and candy a song you and i can relate to half of we'll take a break way back with more doboy welcome back to doboy us here with ben gruber hello we're talking about cusses fried chicken so we're there the burbank location i never been there before i'd heard of it i'm like you ben i'm someone who loves fried chicken it might be my current favorite food it's a great food great fried chicken is great and do you know i knew this places reputation it is a place i think in terms of its trajectory it was just kind of as local haunt for a while and like a lot of lake some of these places has been established for years before the aside to start franchising and expanded fairly rapidly though it hasn't quite like it's not quite like a log lies territory where it's just spread everywhere super quickly but but there are there are few locations now i am interested in if any any memphis locals wanna tell us how the original gusts is and if you compared it to any of the chain locations how how it compares but you've been there before right ben i was there i had read about it and again started thinking about it all the time right i went maybe like in the first two weeks and was less than impressed okay in the first two weeks this was in the bank located and it was at the burbank location and so i was preparing myself before we went on sunday to be like it's still bullshit and thinking about the different styles of fried chicken and stuff like that and i was like yeah they do the the bad kind like the coating is different than the other kind of coding that i liked you're like it's not craggy coating like fried chicken is more of a craggy breading i guess you would say this is a smoother breading yeah it's a little tighter it's real i think it's really tight it is.
"gruber" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"You about the high speed rail and how california's being financially screwed and how many municipalities are states around the country they're going through this this was a big push on the part of the agenda twenty one people which morphed into agenda twenty thirty you may recall that we've that's another thing we we've exposed on this program we had rosa cora by the green mask she's the pri i'm your goddess where princess when it came down to exposing agenda twenty one well now it's agenda twenty thirty but the the bottom line is this you are being herded like sheep into public transportation they're trying to make it such that it's almost impossible for you to do anything other than use public transportation and that's should be obvious with what's going on out there with these stupid hit the button alike goes yellow everybody comes to a screeching halt a fifty mile an hour roads of somebody can walk across to in the morning it's insane and the other thing the the the the roundabouts some of you may like him some grown used to it and they like him but the point is is this is united nations progressive traffic design that's exactly what this is and the whole thing that that they're they're trying to do is heard you into a euro socialist progressive one world sustainable they loved us that government that's it that's it we stand band against that make mine freedom baby that's what this is all about freedom that i was listening to steve gruber today working out boost compound love and steve gruber's on the radio he's got somebody on there talking about the waxing quizzical as to why people would ever want to control the lives of others they couldn't i was called in why would people just doesn't make any sense it's it's it's not rational you want to control others rather than let people be free i have an answer for that steve if you're listening and i almost called in it's because progressives have been working toward a complete world domination since day one they get up in the morning they live and breathe it they get sexually excited thinking about a one world government that's what communism is all about communist told us that when they have their evil plan way back when lennon came about they.
"gruber" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Steve gruber yours is a supposed to meeting good guy where you step up with the you know what we cannot let that stand he didn't go and declare fourth healed war he made one very bold statement variable dan as left it at that point right iraq what do you think personally i thank you for right to be confirmed but we also have responsibility careful and that we don't make things were i don't disagree with that but let's be honest of the united nations is going to do nothing because that's what they've done since their inception nothing steve gruber weekdays six denied on well hi it's glenn beck and you're listening to the start factor with thinkers bolthole a the future but he though put put put put and now todd what mall fair aid ruled d gregory from here we are once again on wearing talk 1600 with hot ships football picks with april degrade agree who won again last week with her maddening method picking the winner is based on the attractiveness of the team starting quarterback april d gregory i'm your matt lowering this segment ml by object defying these poor man were just trying to do their jobs i think you're super jealous of may threepeat and it's showing congressman line well let's say i'm a woman i'm allowed ejected by men but i'm not allowed to objectify women now absolutely not you can just don't install a lock button a near desk fingers malloy okay oh bummer wits where we draw the line where you get that by.
"gruber" Discussed on The Talk Show
"Right and these people are not really necessarily the kinds that are going to go do a lot of work and figure out of something is correct in the first place threat so i've gotten caught up in that and i've gotten a lot of hateful stuff in my twitter replies from people who assume that i might be that john jonathan gruber have you know geno john nobody who's a jail as you well know nobody has a john is jonathan i mean come on yeah frank you might be a jonathan and go by john but then you you're one of the goofy jail 'energyland right which is let's face it goofy you know there's other good let's hear a lesser job you're a lesser john i you mean know you know i think we can all agree on that i think even the john j o ends agree that that that they're the lesser john bid they don't but okay let's just say that they do uh you know i but i i i never got tweets like what bend got this week from this i am just the violent i hope you die i i hope you you know i hope you die slowly in i mean it's just crazy stuff i mean who the hell would write something like that overrode a reason know questioning the regulatory structure of net neutrality and people saying i hope you die bright burst rents i always i've never had it i don't think i've ever had anybody threatened to kill me i on i think i remember his summed it like years ago i wrote a crazy up a rumor it was like it was when gore got elected to the apple board.
"gruber" Discussed on KELO
"We are talking about charlottesville and what happened there this weekend the three people who died were going right to the phones as promised and we start with jack in independence missouri good morning jack good morning how are you doing fine hour you you know the one thing that amazes me is that i didn't hear all the outcry when black lives matter was out there blocking highways destroying businesses destroying city id here all this outcry against obama who legitimised this black lives matter gruber so fire extremist there's no question about that but even want separatism now in this country but where's the outcry on them i heard outcry them but you're so you you're saying the white supremacists were right no hey we're right but not need arrears i'm course black lives matter but look at what the democratic party is done under obama they cooking legitimised gruber far extreme leftists and because of that now the old white extremist are now coming out because they feel that they should be legitimised and that's where all this has begun what going to end up is you're going to have further split between the black and the white people who is all goes back to what obama did by legitimising this great show black group called black lives matters all right thank allah judge aimed at it happen okay thank you jack we're going onto gale in springfield missouri you're on first light you know the more and longer i let the more i it's become dispatched input key human right i am appalled by what happened to the people in charlotte i am appalled by people who call for white people being killed i am up paul anka human being who cannot grow up a not in this country to realize that we'd giving back commit violent and the name of political get print i end kiss cuts hit with the human race period well a lot of people but i.
"gruber" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"He defrauded us this guy gruber is there are some frequent 'contributor on cable news now our stand you could lie your ass off if you're on the left get away with it and be rewarded if you're on the right if you if you tell us small white lie you're out you're done goodbye have a nice day it's very strange to me so i hope that you now because a lot of people are on the fifth walnut really sure what the problem or bobble lied about obamacare obamacare it's a takeover what six to the economy obamacare did not help anything in fact it hurt our economy horribly the workforce participation number was so high interro bauma it actually was the highest that we saw since jimmy carter why because he literally push people out of work by forcing these regulations in mandates on employers employers couldn't afford either go out of business or they drops of people are off the payroll it was forced and those people ended up on entitlements why does obama wide at one of the far left radicals one more people entitlements i told you to control the people there smarter than you they should be able to tell you what to wear with the what to eat were to work how much money to have on which would have an electronic come from where to live they think they know more than you w something i don't care your democrat republican a far lefty far righty liberal conservative socials i really don't care does the government really know better than you know had to live your life had to reach your kids what you should drive will you should eat where you should live how much you should make how much is enough money melanoma said you know as some point men are by no oh sorry it a wealth is not as euro some game there's plenty out there available to everybody it idle have less because carry has more either there's more opportunity for to go out there and.