35 Burst results for "HQ"

"hq" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"hq" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by personal capital. Who can help you take control of your finances no matter where you are. Download the personal capital app or start today at personal capital dot com to get free professional grade financial tools including a retirement. Planner and fi analyzer. Want to talk. Personal capital has registered advisers by phone or online for qualified users personal capital. There's no place like financial confidence. So of nashville has spent nearly fifty million dollars on a soccer stadium at its fairgrounds one goals to get people from diverse backgrounds to feel welcome and buy tickets including residents of nearby immigrant communities. Now there are questions about the diversity of the board that manages the facility wards are after all centers of power. Wpn's embryo crutchfield reports. The nashville fairgrounds smack dab between downtown residential neighborhoods. It's one hundred and seventeen acres so it can host multiple large events at one time. The city is working on a potential deal with bristol motor speedway to upgrade in the old racetrack the neighborhood surrounding the fairgrounds or some of the most diverse in the city with many emigrant communities including people from mexico honduras in kurdistan and fair board chair. Aaron mcnally says the goal is to attract a wider net of local residents want to invite every nationally onto the property. I think it's really important to remember. It's a municipal. Property belongs to everyone. The five member board mostly makes independent decisions but currently all its members are all white commissioners. There's one vacant spot council member. Sandra sepulveda's advocated for alexi next person to fill the seat. We as a community are going to be more involved in what happens at the fairgrounds than ever before. The city has more than fifty boards and commissions and as of february only thirty percent of those board members where people of color even though they make up more than forty percent of the city's population matt lining says nationally. Diverse boards do a better job of serving all the communities resident. He works for the nonprofit group. Public agenda seems impossible to do that. If you're not incorporating a wide range of voices in terms of figuring out how race and other differences matter and how you can make things better in nashville city officials are working to fill the vacancy vice mayor. Jim showman says his pick will be quote a minority but he says for sustainable change the nominating process. Could use a second look. What are the laws in the city. What is the process. The city council is looking at proposals to reform the selection process for variety of boards. In nashville i mean brio crutchfield for marketplace and businesses in two of india's largest began reopening today with corona virus infections declining significantly after the terrible surge. This spring in new delhi businesses are reopening with limited hours in mumbai offices restaurants. Even movie theaters can reopen. I'm david brancaccio. This is marketplace morning report from apm american public media molly would host of marketplace tech show. That helps you understand the digital economy. How a more of the country get access to better internet. What new jobs will artificial intelligence create or destroy and what tools will help us. Survive are already changing climate. We tell the stories behind the technology in our lives and every weekday. Our podcast brings you insight. You won't hear on the radio checkout marketplace tech. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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"hq" Discussed on The Great Fail

The Great Fail

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"hq" Discussed on The Great Fail

"To then focused on running a company. Well it got to be so destructive that in september of two thousand and eighteen kroll and another board member actually removed yusupov from his post as ceo. It was three months after that police found crawl dead from a drug overdose in his new york city apartments and you suppo was then back at the helm. This became one of the major turning points for the company. Because despite the internal clash there was at least a bit of checks and balances now yusupov had full total control. It was reported at this time. That things hit a boiling point that led to a mutiny within the company with politicians directed at trying to overthrow yusupov one example of the absolute communication breakdown between the staff and its leadership is just when there was a staff mutiny but they did not like the leadership at the time that was ross use above and they wanted a promise for a new ceo. Search and i think just the demonstration of like their lack of faith in that person you know it has to get really intense in order for employees to organize the communication breakdown to happen far before that. So i think that like the real fear that they couldn't trust russ with the company and that pushed them to organize and sort of collectively reach out to board members and things like that is a real example of like losing the faith of your employees. Those on the outside caught wind of the situation and investors soon retreated backing off on further funding a company that was so conspicuously plagued with issues. Money started to dry up as the company continued to dole out these large pots of cash prizes then in april of two thousand and nineteen the host and faced the show. Scott rogowski who had become the recognizable stapled to the brand was. Let go after having an argument with yusupova over his work commitments. This was a huge blow to the brand which by then already have their users dwindling down h. q. replaced were gals ski with another host matt. Richards for downloads had already dropped by over ninety percent at that time scrambling to get back onto its saddle each cuba's desperate to invent another game format creating extensions of the brand's h hugh after dark h. q. Sports hq words and so on a when the original wasn't good itself. The attempt was more dilutive than it was fortifying. It was too late. H q had tanked in. Its final days. Yusupov attempted to mitigate the bad pr and salvage his own image. The company laid off all of its remaining twenty five full time. Employees yusupov went on twitter to describe his attempt to see the company and in an email to a staff stated that hq would cease operations blaming the closure on an investment promise that unexpectedly fell through to those who worked with him. It felt like this was way to absolve himself from mismanagement of any sort and allowed yusupov to redirect blame from himself to an unnamed investor after the shutdown yusupov wrote in an internal memo to his employees that quote i spent the entire weekend ensuring all full payroll this week. Plus severance plus unused pto from the new policy plus all individual contractors paid in full plus players getting their cash prizes. Nothing signed yet. But i am close so please bear with me as i get more answer soon and quote but the staff never did receive what they were promised. So what were the lessons here so my most important takeaway from the story is in my opinion without a sound leadership team. That is working together. Your company can have everything else that can help users the funding the free press and still fail so communication and a real willingness to abandon. Your ego at the door is very important. Additionally having a flawed business model bad behavior and growing too fast without really understanding their audience for all result of having unsound leadership recognizing attention for pure attention sake is really important. People need good reasons to come back every day to your up that requires changing things up and iterating and not getting so swept up in whatever your company is experiencing at the time. I think changing things up and not getting swept up in the hype so that you don't lose your loyal user base is maybe the number one lesson you can take away from the story of hp trivia oftentimes when running businesses. We are so focused on not growing fast enough but there are dangerous to when you grow too fast. You can peak sooner than.

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"hq" Discussed on The Great Fail

The Great Fail

07:40 min | 2 months ago

"hq" Discussed on The Great Fail

"About two million apps on the apple app store and a million more google. Play so you understand. It's a saturated market and it goes without saying that launching. A standout app is no easy feat but the founders of h. q. Somehow made it look really easy. It was an instant hit with a tremendous amount of mass appeal when it first launched an games for this immediate cult following that went beyond anyone's expectations they had the blessings of the most influential people from the celebrity world to the investment world. So what happened to it. How did this giant successful trivia come to such a screeching halt. Was it a the drama fill. Toxic work environment and abusive management style. Be the company's mismanagement of funds that completely drained all of its capital see a product filled with so many glitches that it ended up losing the interest and loyalty of fans or d all of the above. Stick around for the answer. Because you'll find out soon enough. What actually occurred and joining us. This week is a host of boom bus the rise and fall of h. q. Trivia my name is also boras neck. I'm a reporter who covers technology and culture at the wringer elissa will provide us with a behind the scenes look on what was going on inside the h. q. Headquarters back in two thousand twelve to young entrepreneurs rusk iusupov and colin crawl launched a startup called vine that allowed users to share six second videos. Each other it's a familiar. Social media model now but when vine was new it redefined the way that we can create content for friends and strangers pioneering ahead of instagram and tiktok it caught on like wildfire however conceptually. The hype died down fairly quick when it became apparent that there really wasn't much money to be made in the business model. I mean for an advertiser. How many potential consumers can you really reach in six seconds. But luckily for yusupov and quarrel. By the time this became parents twitter had already doled out thirty million dollars to acquire vine soup soup and crawl millions of dollars richer with street cred and silicon valley. The side to go at it with another idea. And what do you know. Does lightning strike twice. Well it's certainly dozen this story because when they launch h q in two thousand and seventeen. It received a thunderous applause. The app quickly rose to number one. On time's list of ten top apps of two thousand and seventeen it attracted millions of players all over the world who dropped everything they were doing to hop on twice a day answering rapid fire trivia questions in the hope of winning a piece of the prize pot. That while usually was around. Five thousand dollars could soar to as high as four hundred thousand dollars. The premise was so simple. It was this fine easy to use app that would allow players to earn money by answering trivia questions set against timer ten questions. Twelve seconds each led by a charming tv personality host. The host would present the questions and then there will be the score card where everyone could see the questions. More importantly was the figure the top right hand corner that showed you just how big the community was. One of these people within the community was elissa. I had been a fan of hp from the early days. Basically back in the fall of two thousand seventeen and this is back when it was airing live two times a day. We'd play at the office at three pm. And then maybe we went out for drinks or dinner. We played at nine pm and so clearly there was something to this live game show thing like consumption of entertainment was so siloed at the time but this was just something you can experience with tons of other people all at once. These trivia showdowns lasted about fifteen minutes. Each that's it and then you'd go about your day one of the biggest features when the show aired was h cues. I host scott He was this lovable personality that everybody justin doored giving the app. Another layer of appeal. Let me preface by saying hq was sensational so sensational. That rogowski became this household name and was an overnight celebrity. It was again at number one on apps of two thousand seventeen and by march of two thousand eighteen. Millions of people were tuning into play each. Hq every day at its height. Two and a half million people for joining live broadcast. I think by design it was kind of created to go viral the fact that it was live every day and there was this large cash reward. If you answered twelve trivia questions correctly was just really alluring and if one of your friends was really into it. Chances are you. Were going to be around them. And see them glued to their phone at some point and want to know what all the hype was about and also the way the screen worked was up in the upper right hand corner of the screen. You could see the number of people as they filtered into this live game show as viewers. So if you're playing this game and you start and maybe there's one hundred thousand people are two hundred thousand people. That's pretty cool. And if you see that number going up to like one million two million. That is huge. I mean that's like being in an arena with all those people and so at that point starts to feel really significant like you're part of something big it also that you are sort of forging a new community. We're like this is the place you go at three pm. Hq was also generating some revenue in the beginning through strategic partnerships and in-app purchases working with large brands like nike. Google chevy gm and they had celebrity clout with special appearances. The rock bert from sesame. Street jimmy kimmel and jimmy fallon all took turns hosting the show. During this time it's valuation was at one hundred million dollars allowing the company to raise fifteen million dollars in march of two thousand eighteen. This investment was led by nine other than controversial. Vc peter thiel himself but then. The cracks started to show a series of setbacks started to occur almost from day one i was the tech glitches for a live real time trivia game. It's really important for the app to sustain the volume of users as well as provide. This seamless user experience unfortunately from the very beginning users. Were reporting a lot of these glitch tech issues which really killed the whole experience. For instance delays in submitting answers pork neck. Shen.

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Amazon Begins Rollout of Pay-by-Palm at Whole Foods Near HQ

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Amazon Begins Rollout of Pay-by-Palm at Whole Foods Near HQ

"Amazon is rolling out paid by palm technology at some whole foods grocery stores near its Seattle headquarters to make paying quicker and more convenient the technology is called Amazon one and it lets shoppers scan the palm of their hand and connected to a credit card or Amazon account after the initial set up which Amazon says takes less than a minute shoppers can scan their hand at the register to pay for groceries without having to open their wallets as for privacy concerns Amazon says it keeps the palm images in a secure part of its cloud and doesn't store the information on the Amazon one device I'm Shelley Adler

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Why is Taylor Swift Re-Recording Fears

News O'Clock

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Why is Taylor Swift Re-Recording Fears

"We're talking with ryan shock it about the federalist released from taylor swift having these songs that are now in the range of like ten to fifteen years old gained new relevance it's like this dose of instant nostalgia but what do you think of the slight additions and changes and guest appearances that she's added to the original versions while i i'm annoyed because i wanna know who is telling taylor swift to cut these songs that she never added it's probably stoppers shadow or like some dumb man because these songs are so fucking good and there could have been hit. I mean feel it has enough. Hits has enough songs that everyone knows by heart but like these songs could have been topping the charts. They could have been at the end of the tv. Shows are the end of grey's anatomy. I know that they were just like telling her no or telling her. Cut this or the worry about saying that. And i'm like she needed people to tell her no put downs while i don't care if it's twenty five song album now like these songs out there. They are too good. I mean the fans have already been listening to them because we were trading them on tumbler years ago. Like we've heard the shitty demos of them like they should've been hq but on the album or at least the world

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March Madness recap: NCAA Tournament is off to a historic, upset-riddled start

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:17 min | 4 months ago

March Madness recap: NCAA Tournament is off to a historic, upset-riddled start

"We are here to talk through the third full day of the two thousand twenty one. Ncaa tournament is a wild. That'll be remembered for a number one seed losing to an in state opponent and for three double digit seeds advancing to the sweet sixteen. We'll get the top seeded illinois lose loyal chicago in a bit. But i want to start with the double digits. In that one on sunday number eleven syracuse upset number three west virginia. Jim bejon against all odds is in the sweet sixteen number twelve oregon state upset number four oklahoma state wayne tinkle against all. Odds is in the sweet sixteen in number fifteen oral roberts upset number seven florida. Paul mills against all odds is in the sweet sixteen dead-leg makes sense. What in the world is going on in indiana. You want me to make sense of this. No shot and need you to make some sense. I'm not gonna make any sense of this. It's been a gloriously. Chaotic and we are knocking on the door of historic and double a. tournament so with these Upsets in addition to others. First of all eight teams from eight separate leagues are now into the sweet sixteen and with the other obviously on monday The most is that could If that could happen Also we have had so the instable a and shops the david warlock who's obviously the media coordinator of all the stuff. He tweeted this about twenty five minutes before we started podcasting so we define an upset as a team seeded five spots or more lower than their opponent we've already set the record with eleven such occurrences were midway through the second round. We have the so another way of saying that is. We're not done the second round yet. The already been eleven games in which a team separated by. At least five seed lines have seen the team lower seeded when it is history. And it's it's just wild man. I actually think we're also on pace. I haven't had time to research this but are. Cbs sports hq team is researching it. I think we are probably on pace. Because of this to have the highest collective number for all the seeds meaning like we've got fifteen in their plus a twelve and oregon state plus eight with loyal. If you get what. I'm saying like when we get to the sweet sixteen. If you add up all the seeds it's going to be the highest total we've ever had there and i can't make any sense of it. I don't know if because like if we'd had this enormous setting with fans and stuff would it be the same. No i mean every single tournament x exists unto itself. If you played this thing again you're going to have all sorts of different kinds of results but is it because it's happening in the pandemic in one location in the venues it's happening at is that allowing for more chaos. I'm i can't say that. It is and i can't say that that's not the reason so i'm loving this parish. Get enough of all of this. Although i will say Oregon state is maybe the most random and congrats to the beavers man. It's the most of sweet sixteen. Maybe ever this team was nowhere. Near the bubble it has not been relevant in its own conference for most of the past four decades and has come out of nowhere to get into the second week for the first time since one thousand nine hundred to

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"hq" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"hq" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"And we've got to find ways to support them as well too. I think a rule that jefferson. He's can play. We can do more of this. We should do more of this. Is working to support those agencies and helped coordinate better but that's a topic for another time. I know my good friend. Maginnis santa's has just written volumes on. Who's looking at work and to give people context. I'm just doing some quick back of the math calculations only to give me a sense of scale obviously economically. They're very different but the area that you just talked about is the same size as like three or four of the grows points and double the population. Yeah gosh this is part of the thing. When i get depressed on gray february day where it's like fourteen degrees during out here at. This is a lot of other. Cities have much more robust networks of community organizations. And you know we're asked to do a lot out here with enormous need. And i think we're getting better at it but there just hasn't really been historically in this town to sort of long term systematic investment in community development organizations and and i know people at different theories about that the tension between the strong mayor system and sort of a tradition of labour organizing you know. Cdo's don't fit nicely in that labor management dialectic but at the end of the day. It's you know we've always viewed our role jeffries. How can we be a strong partner with the city of detroit to deliver services and be a force multiplier but then how do we also tap into what residents are telling us identify resident need and see if we can find other innovative and creative solutions. And i'm so that over the years a lot of the work that we've done sort of led to really good city programs. I mean i'll give you an example like our neighborhood comsat process. We kind of got that funded. You know to take the midtown model of where you bring police and community together and develop cuny driven responses to crime and find a way how you get folks mental health services instead.

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"hq" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"hq" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Along jefferson from three seventy five to the grosse pointe border one of the organizations. That's undoubtedly making an impact. Is jefferson east inc or j. And they do it not just with flashy projects but in very personal ways so just helping detroiter stay in their homes. The nonprofit covers five neighborhoods with more than eighteen square miles of area and forty two thousand people in their service area. That's bigger than many suburbs as someone who knows. His area decently well. I also know lots of people right off the east side. At first glance parts of it have been some of the hardest hit in detroit. But whether it's the beautiful houses of indian village or jefferson chalmers the the economic development that has slowly but surely been firing up or of course the proximity to one of our regions. Most important resources the detroit river. Well i wouldn't sleep on this part of town so today. My conversation is with josh. Elling of jefferson east to give a reset on some of the latest with their plans. And i'll send you out the door with a couple of things to know. I'm jay stays and welcome to your daily detroit for tuesday february ninth. Twenty twenty one. Let's just get started. Virtually.

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Amazon to host another pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its Seattle HQ campus on Sunday

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Amazon to host another pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its Seattle HQ campus on Sunday

"To hold another pop up vaccination clinic this weekend, where they plan to give out 2000 doses of the vaccine. It's happening Sunday at the Amazon meeting Center in Seattle, from 8 30 in the morning till 4 30 in the afternoon. We have some details posted on our website at CO Moh news calm even though hundreds of thousands of people are

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Optimize for Success 2021: Put Storytelling at the Core of Your Marketing Focus

Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

04:28 min | 7 months ago

Optimize for Success 2021: Put Storytelling at the Core of Your Marketing Focus

"You can develop so. I'm doing both and it's really exciting. So i'd like you to peel back a little bit on storytelling for those. Who don't understand what that role is. I hosted chief storyteller. Steve clayton to speak to a group of early career professionals. When i was leading that program within microsoft and so i know a little bit more about it but i don't think many of our listeners do can you describe what that role is what the function is. Yeah you know satya. When he came on board a little over six years ago. I think almost seven. Now you know he he. Does this idea of leading with empathy. We were asked you know at microsoft. We were these. I know it all and we were transforming ourselves into becoming learning loss in so that just really was a culture activation that he brought on in. We began to invite people. Such as steve to be he became the chief storyteller. With this idea that we would have storytellers microsoft and we actually today have four thousand worldwide. Four hundred. Hq within these functions. So it's not this. One thing of a storyteller is one person that's communications or branding or marketing. It's truly the activation of culture through telling the stories in so the chiefs storyteller steve. He serves as our hours are ahead guy. He leaves us in the mandate of culture activation and enabling storytellers throughout the business functions. I love that you talked about the activation of culture. I think that a lot of organizations don't get this piece and i coach organizations on mindset. Another one of sasha's principles right a growth mindset but i also talk about branding and i think that we in the tech sector in general and also microsoft partners have a little bit of a gap here and understanding. Branding i know this is an area of focus for you as well. Can you peel back a little bit more with me on this. And how the two correlate absolutely so actually my book is about brand storytelling not just storytelling and into me. What i've learned in my own trajectory is that the brand has a responsibility to continue. Reminding people why they exist at the course that origin story. Why why are we still here. Why is that important to the market. Why are services or products important in relevant in the beyond that is continued to also keep telling them in reminding them how they're getting to the market in what they're doing to continue to stay relevant so it's the approach of the brand's story at the origin level and then the approach of of keeping on top of customers mines that why in that relevancy especially as we move through so many ambiguous environments such as market trends in we have Alpha's coming into the market as well and so there's so many contending trends that continue to evolve in we. We don't have it but together. It's there's this evolution at the story continues to evolve setting that tone with the story for the origin story and then designing stories that continue to remind customers why existed they should care is very important so i'd love to dig into this really terrific book brand storytelling customers at the heart of your brand story. And by the way. Congratulations you just want a stevie award for women in business category. that's amazing. What was the genesis. Just really terrific. What was the genesis for the book. Yeah i was actually. I was in london at the time. Ed talking about what we were doing what we are doing at microsoft. This work began for me specifically in core services engineering. A lot of people got curious. What are you doing as a storyteller microsoft. What does that look like. Especially in engineering. You would think would sit in branding marketing and so. I began to speak outside microsoft and talk top brands about the work that we were doing. The things that i was learning specifically my space in the publisher came was at one of these talks. I was in london and they said while you should really put this in a book format. I don't think i can do that. I was like. I'm not an author and we actually went back and forth. I was not immediately warm to the idea of a buck but you know she really pressed onto. Tell me that storytelling needed to be democratized in. That's when she hooked me as a publisher said while that that's really resonates with me. People leave storytelling. They think it's big for leaders or for politicians or preachers. It's not for me and it is for all of us. So i literally spoke about my own journey of becoming storyteller and discovering we are all storytellers and

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Breaking Into Secure Buildings

Malicious Life

05:39 min | 7 months ago

Breaking Into Secure Buildings

"My name is se aka freaky clown. I'm the co founder and co ceo of a cybersecurity company cooks agenda based in the uk. We work globally. Say genta is not like other cyber security companies and fz isn't like other hackers. His specialty is cyber physical security breaking into buildings red teaming for corporations banks and governments. But you know in real life that makes his workflow a bit. Different like for example. The first step in most major breaches is reconnaissance exploring an organization's digital infrastructure and their employees to find where they're most exposed. Fcc's reckon involves actually going somewhere and probably bringing some binoculars. Is it like the movies where you're just sitting there in your car sitting with a newspaper. That kid is sometimes more mind-numbingly boring than that. Sometimes it gets brady cold. I remember once Reconnaissance in a very calm sightsee much about on the building. I had to look at and i climbed over this. Barb wire fence it like in the morning. And i climbed through this like a thorn. Bush go early treaded by allows bleeding and had a a ski mask on. I had night vision goggles. And i had to sit in this ditch covault. This data is close enough and the ditch was half food muddy water and it just started to snow and i was really cold and wet bleeding and i had to sit there for like three or four hours whilst i watched this in order to gain some intel before i went back to my hotel room after the recon phase hackers usually send phishing email or text to the victim containing militia slink or pdf after his recon f c. Does something much more simple. In fact he doesn't even need to be a hacker for this part. So i never start with the digit i because the digital is actually harder than the physical and this sounds absolutely crazy but Each genuinely true. He is much easier to walk into a bank or any secure building than east digitally break in just walking in the front door. Oh actually be really really shocked at. How easy is i remember. Years and years ago. i was. I was on site for physical test and there was a couple of members of our company that were they and one of them said to me like audrey to like. Learn how to do the stuff you do a easy. just walk in and cable. What do i do right well. You don't really authorized to do this but our show you. How easy is right. So i'm like come with me. We walked to the front of the building. I look through the front windows right and you can see how this app is right. So the app is there's a couple of these electronic parties so someone goes up the swipe card the barriers swipe papa and they walked through okay so we have to do is follow someone through the way. These barriers work is they. They work with a small beam. That goes across right so if a large person with the suitcases going through. It doesn't shut the doors on the suitcase. Say imagine your as close as physically possible to the person in front of you. That's a legitimately allowed to go in and if you get close enough it's going to count was one person now. Will we have to ease. Make them feel humans of really pad being awkward and they wanna get away from that situation as quickly as possible. So the more would you make for that person then the less likely they are to confront you the more likely you are to succeed so it's like it. It's drizzling little bit. Oh you have to do is run to the front door. Run through the front door and basically run into the back of someone who is just going through that matt gate. Six is easy. Yeah eats really that easy so only it was. He ran up to the this of the the front door ran through the doors and picked up a person at random. He was just swiping. The card ran into the back of them and he basically said oh really. sorry how. it's a busy trying to get through really quickly. And he runs into them. They go through and they are feeling awkward. Because i just got run into. Everyone's where everyone's kinda like. Oh my god this is sorry And then they they so just let him go through. Most hackers fish their victims to get a foothold. Fc simply walks through the front door of their hq once. A typical hacker obtains their entry point into a system. They begin to escalate privileges. Fc does the same thing kind of the case a very large international bank in the headquarters. It's a bank but not the so of high street bank clean. Normally come across rights isn't this isn't the soul place you walk into. This is the type of place which only deals with other banks so they move money to other banks that's day like massive massive amounts of money

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Epic Games Buys Out a Mall for New HQ, a $1.5B Esports Center Announced in Shanghai

Esports Minute

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Epic Games Buys Out a Mall for New HQ, a $1.5B Esports Center Announced in Shanghai

"Not even sure I should have called this first one a facility. Once it passes 1 million dollars. I think it deserves a new name compound Arena. I'm not sure but regardless this one is called the international culture and creative e Sports Center the new center. Yeah, that's a good word for it is located in Shanghai and it's projected to cost one point five billion dollars behind. This ambitious project is super Jen group the page of Edward gaming better known the West sedg according to the press release the central feature in any sports teams Hotel an indoor skydiving setup and a break dancing facility among other attractions. The goal is not solely the host of the 300 competitions a year with a Max Capacity of ten thousand people. It's truly an incredible undertaking on pure scope and investment and it shows once again why China is going to be the most popular home of in turn off. Philly sports events for quite a while in America. There was another big facility announced and this time I think the word facility is probably more appropriate epic games paid 95 million dollars for a mall in North Carolina. It's just a few miles away from the current headquarters of Epic Ellen become the new home of the growing developer. It's going to be a slow transition over to this new place opening by 2024 according to Epic schools. This mall was always a tough spot prior to the pandemic after three of its maintenance pulled out and it was first bought in 2019 before epic stepped in to take the whole property. Ninety five mill is probably a good recoup on their lost at this point home while they will likely keep some of the structures in place epic was probably more after the land than the existing retail structure. But hey, it's still nice to pick and choose what are the structures you want to keep at least keep the food court, in tact, you know, Everyone likes good food court. I just hope epic does the right thing here and names the new headquarters retail row. It's only right

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Top Secret Apple Device Leaks

Lew Later

04:37 min | 7 months ago

Top Secret Apple Device Leaks

"You know will. The has a reputation for being a very secretive company. A company that when they're working on a project anybody who's involved with that project has to keep that thing under wraps and in a even create teams within teams that know a certain amount of information that the greater team doesn't even know about because well for good reason. I guess historically they've done a pretty good job of keeping things under wraps we new projects. That's kind of changed recently as the most of the leaks that we see emerging aren't from hq is from the supply chain somewhere further down the road once they actually start to make the thing but we talk recently. About how apple's considering making a car at least the rumors are out there about that and you start to realize man you gotta protect this massive project from new world eyeballs for for like five years and so that's a difficult task to keep it under wraps now once they start fabricating the thing you can expect probably leaks to emerge but anyway historically apple has had that reputation I remember the situation where an iphone was left in a bar and gizmodo found it. You remember that story and then federal agents showed up the guy who plays he's like. Oh this is scott very intense So there's all kinds of stories like that particularly. When steve jobs was around he was not messing around with the secretive with the secrecy stuff. Anyway today we have a prototype which is sort of showcasing apples. Ultra security program. This is actually an apple. watch prototype. That looks nothing like an apple. Watch and if you scroll down here you'll see it. Looks kind of like an ipod. Actually and there's a video made. Somebody actually got their hands on it. It does not have the digital crown interface. It's obviously an early prototype and there's all kinds of rules and restrictions on it about what to do with it. If you find it who hands it should be in confidential property etc. Now this would be part of the apple watch development early version and in the absence of the digital crown you did kind of interact with it like an ipod with buttons. There's a whole giant home button on the front of it now. It got me thinking you know. I was watching. I was watching that mandalorian show. And and this is not a spoiler. But there's a there's a drone in it and a drone is always is always like they thing he loves to say is if i get captured i got a self destruct became captured. And that's what this box says about this if you receive this. Don't you dare do anything. This is only intended for so it kind of rang. A bell for me there that If found destroy it doesn't say that specifically but like if this prototype must be returned when recalled or and uh when your or configuration which presumably means production validation testing in line with language seen another apple development hardware when. You're when you're not configuration or work. Your validation testing runs out in return. That's the idea. That's the disclaimer. That's the warning so super exclusive. I don't know what one these will be worth Obviously for a collector or something like that. It could be interesting. I know i've seen some prototypes of other apple products in the past. Go to auction Although i don't know that might be difficult. When is not really an official thing that you didn't get through an official means. Don't you think apple will want to hunt this down. I don't know maybe. Is it old enough. Now that they don't really care because you will see on ebay super old tester ipods. Show up here and there for example and they get sold. Yeah so. I don't know maybe there's a certain time limit to it's like look. Some of this stuff is going to get out eventually and it's no longer a project. Were trying to necessarily keep secretive so they let it go that little lisa icon by the way is a is a kind of omar to the to steve jobs daughter lisa and the name of the original says they still use it in their modern products for testing is kind of interesting as well

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City Hall Orders Hiring Freeze on Seattle Police Department

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

City Hall Orders Hiring Freeze on Seattle Police Department

"Officers from Cuomo's Corwin Hate. In the month of September alone, the Seattle Police Department says it's number of sworn officers fell from 1247. 1203 S p d says in a new report in September, it separated 36 fully trained police officers and three officers in training. The agency also sent 14 officers to its extended leave roster. The changes seem to reflect an era in which activists are calling for police departments to defund. The reality Is the officers leaving? The department largely are doing so voluntarily through resignations and retirements. City Hall has ordered a hiring freeze at SPD, meaning officers leaving the department are not scheduled to be replaced Corwin hey HQ CO. Moh news, a local political analyst, doubts last night's competing presidential town halls

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'No winner tonight': Undecided voters weigh in on debate

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:04 min | 10 months ago

'No winner tonight': Undecided voters weigh in on debate

"Of last night's chaotic presidential debate, local political analysts are saying there was no winner in the American voting public are the losers. We get more from Kemal's Corwin hate. Those who expected coherence and clearly stated positions from the two nominees likely came away. Disappointed. We all lost tonight, and it's just a sad commentary for people who support both Biden and Trump. This was a mess. Ron Dots, our political strategist, and Cuomo, analyst and Pacific University professor, Jim More commenting for K two in Portland. I beat Bernie Sanders. Not very much. President. Trump set the tone right out of the gate, refusing to let Challenger bite and complete a sentence. You would have lost every problem. He knows how to choose her Tuesday. You look very large delight and resorted to talking over. Trump's comment is not a right wing problem is a levy I direct. This is left with white dots our questions whether there should even be a second in the proposed Siri's of three debates. I would expect the Presidential commission to step in and say, Look, Folks, This is just not acceptable to the American public. Corwin Hey HQ Momo News. Starting

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"hq" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"hq" Discussed on KOMO

"Hey, HQ CO Moh news stuff grows like a weed. Maybe this solution to that. You've got bamboo, don't you? We used to have bamboo and it grew like a weed so there are no longer have bamboo 3 14. Here's Marina Rock Inger with our come on traffic. Well, we do have the slowdown. Southdown I five coming out of Linwood intimate like terrace because of a long term issue. Now it's been there quite some time, a semi blocking the exit from south and I five to state route 104. With solid traffic from Linwood and at least from 44th down to where you try to exit, so you're gonna have to go down to one 75th. And that's why traffic is still slow to one 75th because people are probably taking that exit. Instead, someone I five heavy through the U District. Down to about Roanoke South, found four or five crowded in Bellevue from Northeast dates to I 90 North found four or five crowded in tequilas. Upto 167 We have slow down south on I five often on between highway 18 and 54th in Fife, You're next. Come on Traffic at 3 24. Thank you, Marina. The weather outlook Just amazing. Clear in fifties tonight sunny upper seventies tomorrow about 80 or a little above on Wednesday, the only wild card in all this is we could get some of that California wildfire smoke coming. Our direction tomorrow night just depends on which direction things go on how bad the fires become. So we'll keep a watch on that downtown Seattle now seven. Three degrees. Come on. Used time. 3 16 stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour news Station Comeau News with ELISA Jaffe. I'm Rick Fanseyes. Our editor is Jeremy greater Nation is getting 150 million Rapid Corona virus tests from the government and more than six million will be sent to states this week. Flight attendants and other airline workers rallying outside the Seattle.

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Updates from protests in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Updates from protests in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood

"Hill again last night as demonstrators marched against the Briana Taylor decision. We get the update from comas, Corwin take protesters lit a fire outside the Seattle Police Department East Precinct, then shot fireworks at the precinct. Officers responded with flash bang grenades. It started as a peaceful march, Protesters left Cale Anderson Park, chanting the name of the African American woman killed by police in Louisville and calling on people in their homes to come out and join their march. Trouble began when some protesters sent fire to a pile of rubble outside the East Precinct and shot fireworks over the precinct. Wall. Officers responded by ordering the group to disperse. Then cops on bikes and on foot moved into the crowd. Deploying flash bang grenades. Way have no word of injuries or arrests for win. Hey HQ CO Moh news. If protesters air rioters start damaging your

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"hq" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast

The Be Atento Podcast

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"hq" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast

"Everyone. My name is Shannon, Malone, and welcome to the latest episode of Via Tinto Helpful Tips and stories from some of today's most successful entrepreneurs and investors. Be Attentive brought to.

"hq" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"hq" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:09 min | 11 months ago

Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

"The Seattle Police East East Precinct Precinct came came under under attack attack last last night night after after officer officer swept swept through through nearby nearby Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, removing removing illegal illegal campers campers and and tense tense Momo's Momo's Corwin Corwin Hank Hank reports reports it's it's happening. happening. Justus, Justus, the city's new interim police chief, assumes command former deputy chief Adrian Diaz has taken over a department still bedeviled by anti police protesters. One or more people, presumably from that protest movement logged flaming projectiles over the newly installed barrier surrounding the East Precinct. Starting at least one small fire. The The attack attack came came after after police police swept swept down down dozens dozens of of tents tents from from the the officially officially closed closed Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, a a move move this this neighbor neighbor supports. supports. I I do think that they have the right to shut it down. If it got too out of control, some neighbors have complained of smoke rising from illegal campfires here at the park. Police say the sweep also yielded weapons, including an explosive mortar, Ah, hatchet and a machete on Capitol Hill, Corwin Hey HQ, Momo News and dozens of Seattle police officers lined the downtown streets today to say goodbye to outgoing Seattle police chief Carmen Best.

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Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:09 min | 11 months ago

Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

"The Seattle Police East East Precinct Precinct came came under under attack attack last last night night after after officer officer swept swept through through nearby nearby Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, removing removing illegal illegal campers campers and and tense tense Momo's Momo's Corwin Corwin Hank Hank reports reports it's it's happening. happening. Justus, Justus, the city's new interim police chief, assumes command former deputy chief Adrian Diaz has taken over a department still bedeviled by anti police protesters. One or more people, presumably from that protest movement logged flaming projectiles over the newly installed barrier surrounding the East Precinct. Starting at least one small fire. The The attack attack came came after after police police swept swept down down dozens dozens of of tents tents from from the the officially officially closed closed Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, a a move move this this neighbor neighbor supports. supports. I I do think that they have the right to shut it down. If it got too out of control, some neighbors have complained of smoke rising from illegal campfires here at the park. Police say the sweep also yielded weapons, including an explosive mortar, Ah, hatchet and a machete on Capitol Hill, Corwin Hey HQ, Momo News and dozens of Seattle police officers lined the downtown streets today to say goodbye to outgoing Seattle police chief Carmen Best.

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How the things that seem like your disadvantages can be your advantages

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:52 min | 1 year ago

How the things that seem like your disadvantages can be your advantages

"Hey everyone it's carly. This show might sound a bit different today because we are still working from home because of Covid Nineteen Danielle is also. And she will be back next week today. Jenny. Britain Bauer joins us skin from the couch. Jenny is the founder and chief creative officer of Jenny splendid ice creams. And Artisanal Ice Cream company. You can find in grocery stores around the country and in my own freezer and it is a personal favorite game. HQ Johnny has probably one of the most unique jobs of anyone we've ever had on the show I am so excited to get into this conversation Jenny welcomed skimmed from the couch high made my own job. So you know if you made your own job, you could just do whatever you want to be an ice cream maker. Jedi I'm always out of is like out but I actually. So happy she is out because I get to talk to you alone would make so much fun of me right now I have the biggest we choose to if there was ever a podcasts for me to record by myself, it is this one. I. Don't even know where to start I. Do WanNa just like trump a funny story of how we almost met in person ones, which is I don't know if you remember this, it was the skins third office. We had an elevator that opened right into our office and there were a bunch of companies in the same building and we had somebody on our team who at the time was just absolutely like your number one biggest fan in the world and the elevator door opens you happen to be in the elevator and this girl and our team just screams because you only hear our she. Just. Here Jenny. You go into a meeting in our building. No. That was one of my favorite favorite moments I was actually like confused in the elevator trying to get to I must have. Pushed the floor, your floor or whatever instead of the where we're supposed to go and I was just trying to figure it out, and then the elevator opens and everybody's looking at me because you know your off, it just goes right into the office and then Jedi and also I was already a fan and so I got to you know it was really fun I got to they showed me around and gave me all the mugs and everything and it was so fun. Really like one of my favorite moments. It was a good story. So let's jump in with how to start all of our interviews, which is just skim your resume for us. My resume is as skin I mean I would. I quit art school to make ice cream to start a little shop in the north market, which is indoor public market in Nineteen Ninety six and I've never had another job and just for our listeners who don't know where you're based. You're hi I'm in. I'm in Columbus Ohio. Yes. So I really went from like high school jobs and you know like working at the bakery in college to starting my own business and I was twenty something years ago. What is something that we cannot Google the value that we should now? Oh Gosh. Well actually, a lot of things but not maybe not that you should know I love driving like. Track driver I like my car a lot. I have just a GTI but it's out and you know I go out to the track and drive really fast I like that while we may have a lot of common about ice cream I think we just found our big difference which is I learned to drive not too long ago. Wow. Daniel is still learning. Oh my gosh. When we're when I was reading about your story something that really struck me was just that Ube only known and identified as a very creative person and it's clear in just reading about you. You probably would have ended up doing something very creative and ice cream is something that you found and became your outlet. But did you always think you're going to be an entrepreneur? I did I've always had that. I just always had that independent sort of way of thinking we approaching the world and so I knew somebody told me about it when I was very young I mean my grandfather was an entrepreneur. I. Mean just like he you know he had a little like a cleaning company after worked where he will go clean offices. My Grandmother said I remember she said this to me you know if you can't find a job. And so we would like go pick all the marigold. Dry Out, and then go sell them back to the neighbors later on I just always felt like it was freedom and I guess even from a very young as early as I can remember I always wanted to take responsibility for all that in my life in fact, I don't know if I was ever a kid. I always felt like I wanted I was. Always mad that people look at me as a kid I always wanted to be a grown up when I was a kid just to take over my my life and take ownership of that I mean like was I couldn't sit in class I don't like being told what to do. I. Think I'm a very nice person. I'm a very community spirited person I come from a place of service and I'm a total introvert. But I also like can't follow rules. At all.

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Midsummer Shopping In Recovery Mode: July Retail Sales Rise 1.2%

The Takeaway

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Midsummer Shopping In Recovery Mode: July Retail Sales Rise 1.2%

"Midsummer Shopping is in recovery mode. The Commerce Department says retail sales rose 1.2% in July. NPR's Alina Selya HQ reports. It's the second month in a row. That sale stayed above pre pandemic levels. Retailers that much hope for a big midsummer shopping spurt and July proved to be somewhat lackluster. The people did cautiously go out to shop. Indeed, they bought Elektronik CE. Just entertained at home and appliances for Homer models. The shop for clothes again got into cars for trips, stopping at gas stations and finally slowed their run on exercise an outdoor equipment like kayaks and dumbbells. Big question is what happens next. Some states and cities air still seeing record spikes and Corona virus cases re imposing restrictions on public gatherings. Tens of millions remain jobless and the boosted unemployment checks that got many people outspending have now

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Boeing's struggles could have a negative impact on Port of Everett

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Boeing's struggles could have a negative impact on Port of Everett

"Lie ahead for the port of Everett is Boeing's outlook continues to worsen. Karma's A Corman take explains how these two are related. We already know the downturn in air travel and cratering of airplane orders has led to historic losses at Boeing. Now the port of Everett, where Boeing shipments are typically a major income source is bracing for impact. 2021 2022 is gonna be rough, Poor Chief Executive Lisa Lowe Fiber tells the Snohomish County Council. A decline in aerospace shipments means port revenue is likely to fall as much as 30% in 2021. She says. It's shaping up to be the ports worst financial crisis in 20 years after September 11th we thought was the lowest of the low, and this is actually teeing up to be worse than that. Uh, which is hard to hard to process 2020 Interestingly has been a pretty good year for the port. The fiber says ports traditionally are among the last industries to feel a financial dip and among the first to recover Corwin Hey HQ CO.

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Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update

All About Android

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update

"I'm Jason Al.. And I'm Ron Richards. And I'm Florence Ion. Yeah. Hello to the two of you and actually opening it up here because we do have the Brady Bunch on the screen to the three of you because welcoming to the show for the first time Damian wild video producer at night if five, Google also host of the night if I've daily Podcast, amy, I'm a big Fan. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Yeah. So. It's been a long time coming to come. See me previously vote. Funny. Even though this time zone differences but yeah, could be here. Yeah. I know for that. I had to apologize we often have guests on this show who are not you know over here in the you know the three time zones that we exist in here in the US or the four times rather So as a result, you are up at one am in the morning joining us him for that Oh i deeply thank you anyone who has to get up and sacrifice their sleep for this show. Thank you so much. No problem that is dedication. That's amazing. Thank you. Donnie award for staying up. On not to make it a race or competition or anything wind Matteo. Comes on it's usually like three or four PM. So his appearances happened to be like the absolute worst time but apparently, it doesn't seem to faze him that much. But anyone that has the sacrifice their sleep for a podcast like I don't know if I would do that. Well, actually I do know that I wouldn't because my podcast studios in our master bedroom. So, that would mean my wife would have to sleep in a different room and I'm not gonna put her through that just for. A race but I did do for am when I was in Romania that one time or four. jetlagged and that was my first night in Romania. So that was. Hard also works in the other direction because Jason didn't cover the Samsung of it last week. Yes. Yeah. What was that that seven am which is A sacrificing. And I was watching and solidarity because I was there with the kid watching you and listening to you Leo kind of. The show because you have a young one. So let's be real. You're probably up at least two hours prior to that anyways. So It's true. anyways. David it's really great to get you on I've I've follow nine to five Google. So closely, as you'll see in today's rundown, we have so many nine to five Google stories in here also partially because you're on and we'd like to. Work and everybody at your sites work when we bring you as on. So thanks for hopping on. We have a lot of interesting stuff to talk about. So let's jump in with some news. I can show you five new things that I can do. While now and curious not. All. Work. So cool. Thanks for that. I miss her so much I Miss Studio so much I'm not GonNa like it was definitely. It was a constant in my week that I really S. Well. anyways. While I'm missing the twit HQ, we can talk about five new things coming your android phone as was the big reveal this morning from Google. WE'RE GONNA quickly run through the five little things and then you know kind of talk a little bit about it afterwards. So the first thing is emergency location services are now available. For Eight hundred million people in twenty nine different countries, and this is actually a pretty big deal. So emergency location services, or E. L.. As they're known some places, it doesn't require hardware and he downloads or updates, and this particular ability is built into Google play services and will work for any phone running android four point one and up, which is great Some of the benefits of this include faster response times for emergency calls and better accuracy for location data. So if happened to need assistance, it'll be a little more precise than just relying on you know standard old location data. Second big new feature or earthquake alerts. Now you might be thinking, why do I care I don't live where you guys live in California, but might I remind you last week North Carolina had a random earthquake. So this probably is very well timed Now, android phones that can detect earthquakes with the android earthquakes alerts system. So it has its own name it will run an Android Pfeiffer, no devices, and above, and if you're in California receive earthquake alerts powered by shake alert, which is kind of the West Coast is program for announcing earthquakes I. Guess split-second before they happen basically duck and cover. TAP weight. Onto a little more at lighter updates to the ANDROID Speier android auto is getting a couple of new refreshed features so. Little more contextual information especially for calendar entries. So like smart displays, android auto will give us insight into the daily schedule calendar events and directions where you need to go based on those calendar events. You can also manage the preferences in the settings APP, which he didn't have much control over before. So now if you don't WanNa be bothered while you're driving, you don't have to or you can have all the alerts come out you because you're just a busy bee with places to be.

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Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best Says She Will Retire Amid Protests, City Council Cuts

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best Says She Will Retire Amid Protests, City Council Cuts

"It was a dramatic day for policing in Seattle, a City Council vote, cutting the Seattle Police Department's budget this year by 14%. And then that was followed by an even bigger bombshell. Police chief Carmen Best says she is retiring as we hear from comas. Corwin make chief bests announcement of her decision to retire followed closely on the heels of the council vote, which included a 6% cut in her own salary. She does not mention the cuts in her brief email to the department. Instead, she writes, When it's time it's time. Adding quote. I look forward to seeing how this department moves forward through the process of re envisioning public safety. It's a re envisioning. She voiced support for earlier this summer, she told a group of African American clergy participating in a black lives matter March had opened her eyes. The moment standing there watching people will buy with the other side. A black man defense police. But the defund movement plus a legal debate over police, use of tear gas and other crowd control measures seem to have taken their toll on Seattle's first African American woman to serve as chief. Mayor Jenny Durkan Notes in a statement. Best lead the way on community policing and diversity hiring jerkin has asked Deputy chief Adrian Diaz to serve as acting chief. Korwin Hey, HQ co Moh

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"hq" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"hq" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"This is nick this Jack and this is snacks daily. It is Tuesday march thirty first last month overnight rate. Start to the week yesterday. Stocks rose by like six hundred points for the deaths knackers. I am not exaggerating. When I say Jack knifed whipped up the best snacks daily. We've ever done wild mix here first story for today's teaboy. Johnson Johnson is working on a covert nineteen vaccine. Sounds kind of like Prophet puppeteer when we first heard about. It really does but nope not. It's not Johnson and Johnson announced. It would sell the vaccine at a not for profit looking at the first ever. Non profit profit puppy say it five times fast. Second Storage Yeah. Hq Trivia is back from the dead. They thought Bruce Wayne was dead. We thought the same about HQ. It's resurrection shows how the CORONA ECONOMY HAS TRANSFORMED. Everything and just like mom always said timing. Is Everything our third and final story? Is eggs scrambled or over. Easy trick questions. Both same time eggs is what's for dinner. What's for breakfast and what's for lunch these days. He biggest American egg producers called Cow Maine and they just announced their earnings report. So we're looking at the eggs industry for the first time ever snacks. Probably the only time ever on snacks. Let's be completely honest on this one now smackers before we go any further we have to issue a very very strong teaboy Tuesday. Are you getting a little too intimate with your couch? During this three week Long Quarantine. It may have happened over the weekend. You look down to notice had a multitude your calves and like the northwest portion of the couch. Look Bicentennial quarter between the cushion guy. We named our couch. Her name is Sheila. She's fantastic. None of these are good signs sewer buddy. Jonathan Rochelle whipped up a teaboy Tuesday. Hashtag snacks challenge on twitter. Snacker this is the first teaboy Tuesday celebration ever submitted by a snacker unintentional. Jonathan deserves a custom fitted Taylor. Tibo t shirt for this brilliant idea and here is what the teaboy Tuesday snacks challenge is. How far can you run while listening to one episode of snacks daily? Podcast WE repeat. How far can you run listening to about one fifteen minutes or so episode of snacks daily? Now if you're a typical snacks daily listener you probably listen during your commute to work or your commute home from work. That's just how podcast and go anything about commute's not thing these days so if you're not commuting and listening to snacks daily. Why don't you go for a run while listening snacks day at? Why do you give Sheila yourself a little bit of a break from your cast? Jonathan lead by example posted on twitter. He ran two point nine six miles listening to one episode Snacks Day. Someone's GotTa Make This Guy Pee in a cup because Jack and I did the same thing. We barely got over two miles less. No-one daily I'd have to point one NIGGA. Two point one in change. You probably rounded up. If you're asking this Guy John. Though needs to be a write in candidate for the twenty twenty one Tokyo Olympics already knackers the teaboy Tuesday snacks challenge. Tell us how are you can run jogger bike during these snacks? Daily episode tweet us. A pig tweets video at Robin Hood Snack. Maybe can do as well as Jonathan. Who by the way under armour should be sponsored by him daily spoke about the rain? Food is candy. They don't reflect the views. Raba her family formation just so get not recommending any securities. It's not a research report or investment advice to offer or sale security digestible business. News video financial. Llc member favors less happy C. Four I or Johnson and Johnson the old Jane Jay's trying to become the hero of Corona virus just announced they're making one billion covert nineteen vaccines. That'll be ready by early next year. Now snacker Jack and I basically do one thing every day which is stare at a lot of press releases and a lot of them say really absolutely nothing like he's board of directors announce his progress towards the year end goal of revenue stability and declining prevention. Yeah we know. We're all doing that. Meanwhile Johnson and Johnson is a one hundred and thirty four year old New Jersey based Pharma Company and consumer product giant and it just whipped up like A. Dan Brown paged her. A press. Release this press release had so much in it. We had to break it into three parts and we're just reading the press releases headline right now vis a press release was so good. They had to call Tom. Hanks's agent to get him involved in this thing in. Read it for US I. I again of just the headline of this press release by Johnson Injustice filling headline. It's a real long Johnson. Johnson announces a lead vaccine candidate for covert ninety. They splurged one billion dollars on research and development spending and if they create this they could become an American hero overnight. We're talking Disney movie potential. Haas ably a world here out now the second part of the headline a landmark New Partnership with the US Department of Health and Human Services. I mean having a lifesaving drug and you've got the government on your side. That is an advantage smackers. Third Part of the headline and a commitment to supply one billion vaccines worldwide for emergency pandemic. That's right. They are planning for success already. They've already expanded their factories in the United States and around the world. Prepare to produce this vaccine that they're not even done with now snacker. Sit down pull ups. Popcorn jet kinnear read the entire press. Release titled Now in Unison Together. Let's get doesn't plan but I'll do now. Johnson and Johnson announces a lead vaccine candidate for cove nineteen and landmark New Partnership with the US Department of Health and Human Services and a commitment to supply one billion vaccines worldwide for emergency pandemic. Jack the defibrillator. Over here on PAS ready to go in case you need it to PR. People were killed in the making of this press release. Actually they charged a lot of money. It's probably an outside PR firm that's making bank. So Johnson and Johnson is in the business of drug development. This takes quite a while from research development to actually bring a product to market longtime that can take like a decade. We're talking ten years here and what they're gonNA do. Johnson Johnson is make. This happened in less than a year. The moment dacoven one thousand nine outbreak started in China and like Americans born even noticing yet. Johnson and Johnson was noticed. They had already teamed up with Harvard Medical School back in January. Almost as if they got involved in the entire Wayne enterprises now. They're hoping to have human trials for this vaccine by September. And then have it. You know widespread use for one billion people by the winter like February of next to put this on the relationship spectrum. This is like an extremely aggressive engagement situation with your body. Who you kind of know what he was doing. It's basically like will you marry me? Yes good here. My seventy five gas. Here's the band sat list cakes in the freezer. I'll practice my vows tomorrow. I love you see you tomorrow. Let's get me Jack already planned the table. So what's the takeaway for our buddies over Johnson and Johnson? Johnson and Johnson is working on the biggest nonprofit profit. Poppy Ever snacker the Horse Race for the cure. It is now on and many companies are already developing corona virus. Drugs from Gilliat defies her and a bunch of other. You'd think the winner of whoever makes this vaccine. I could make a fortune be nice because they could basically sell billions of vaccines to billions of people at whatever price you want but get this which I found fascinating. Johnson and Johnson promised to sell this drug at a not for profit price just to break even just trying to break. Even I couldn't believe it just shows not even trying to make money the biggest potential profit puppy ever. They don't even want it they're just like donating it to humanity. Meanwhile the drug companies have got to be feeling kind of bummed about this. This kind of makes them look a little back. Well they have to follow their lead. Nobody can make profits off this or they'll look like a village now. Jerry one thousand dollars I guess Rawal donating a thousand. If Johnson and Johnson wins the race and comes up with the covert Nineteen Vaccine. I it will be revered as an American hero for our second story. Hq Trivia just came back from the dead during the most perfect time ever for H. Q. Staggers this is the second resurrected product slash company? Jack and I have covered on this podcast in two weeks. Last week we covered class pass which dust it off class past live for all the stuck at home fitness freaks what falls into our lap over the weekend. Hq Trivia is now back to becoming a thing. Corona virus is a force for the economy. Like Dr Frankenstein meets queer.

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"hq" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"hq" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"But it's more about a larger trend that is currently sucking billions of dollars in investment capital. Right now so why not get in the know right now last link in the show notes once again can anyone explained to me. If President's Day is a real holiday or not I think we asked this last year certainly was a bit of a slow day in terms of Tech News today and my wife had the day off. My kids have the day off. The banks are closed. But I don't know this still never feels like a real holiday to me if I there's a classified ad coming up right now after I finish speaking. It's from a listener of course and I'm speaking actually specifically the those of you on the Ad Free Feed. I am GonNa play this classified for you just this once because this is exactly the sort of thing that I designed the classified ads four. He's a startup founder. He's looking for eight technical co founder. And he's reaching out to you fellow listeners to find the ideal candidate so normally. I know no ads in the AD free fee. That's the rule but I'M GONNA make an exception just this once because it's at the end of the show and also because it's listeners. Helping fellow listeners. Talk to you tomorrow. The founder of a wellness startup in stealth mode which is on a mission to eradicate the obesity epidemic and reduce the insane sugar consumption in the. Us is looking for a visionary data scientists to join as a co-founder ideally. You would be a nutrition and health conscious person. Aghast at the way Americans consume unhealthy. Food have at least ten years of experience in data science at either an ECOMMERCE food or retail company are familiar with fuzzy logic deployed services and APPs on the cloud and have an advanced degree in mathematics statistics or a similar field you would lead the development of proprietary machine learning optimization algorithms natural language processing and elastic search and build a scalable and modern database with as many as half a billion that's billion with a B. Data points moreover you would help bootstrap this company develop a POC and raise capital to take it to the next level as the CO founder. You would receive substantial equity in the company rather than hired on as regular employees on payroll. Your hands are probably full with your fulltime job right now. Just like the person behind this classified ad is but this is a revolutionary idea for a true visionary an individual who dreams about making a big time social impact. If you think you are this person email co-founders at cloud dot com. That's C. O. F. O. U. N. D. E. R. S. At cloud DOT com..

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"hq" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"hq" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"The first place sources are telling Fast Company. That apple is not happy with the Q tm. Five twenty five millimeter wave antenna module that qualcomm is offering for this year's upcoming five G. IPHONES as ever. There are signs. That apple will try its hand at designing its own antenna which would actually be a major risk quote apple balked at the Cutie. M Five Twenty five millimeter wave antenna module offered to it by qualcomm because it doesn't fit into the sleek industrial design apple wants for the new iphone a source with knowledge of apples. Plans told Fast Company. Qualcomm will provide the five G. Modem chip it's snapdragon x fifty five also used in Samsung's new galaxy s twenty phones for the newest iphone which will likely be announced in the fall however apple typically designs on several tracks and it's concurrently working on another design that uses both the qualcomm modem and the antenna. It could default to this option later this year. Our sources said but that would require apple to settle for a slightly thicker iphone than it wants. Qualcomm has said that it's cutie. Five twenty five antenna module will quote support five G. smartphone designs sleeker than eight millimeters thick the antennas required for a millimeter wave. Five G. devices are harder to design than other kinds of antennas because these antennas send and receive higher frequency signals than earlier. Generations are sore said. There's less room for error in their design and manufacture a slight imperfection in an antenna coming off. The production line might lead to connection problems. Later on the five G. Iphone will use a phased array antenna with two parts that worked together to form a beam of radio signal. The main can be electrically steered in different directions without the antenna moving the modem chip and the antenna module work closely together to make this work properly our source said having the two parts made by different companies may introduce some uncertainty and bump up the difficulty level of the overall design. End Quote as I said. That would be super risky. Because as we speculated on on this past weekend's bonus episode. I'm not sure that consumers know much or care much about five G. other than that. They've heard a ton about it and they want it. They think five G. faster better right well given that consumer anticipation remember antenna gate remember. You're holding it wrong. It would actually be a huge blow for apple if in the midst of potentially the biggest upgrade cycle in smartphones and half a decade everyone else's five G. Iphones just worked. And Apple's had.

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"hq" Discussed on Not About Lumberjacks

Not About Lumberjacks

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"hq" Discussed on Not About Lumberjacks

"Six was the start of my old number up north in eight one seven four eight. One was the beginning to the number i had when i moved to texas from the chicago hug. Oh area when i was fifteen. I've never been a writer afflicted with this sucks syndrome and by that i mean when the story story is weak. I know it's part of the process. Your job is a writer is to work with the story until it's smooth enough to show to others. If that's part of what you want out out of writing obviously i record this release it for free to anyone in the world who wants to listen so that's part of what i want out of this all that said it wasn't until i did the first vocal read through of the story that i felt there was something there when i read it in my head head seemed a bit ham-fisted but once i read the story out loud it worked for me and it seems to have worked for others alone in h._q. Had twenty percent more listens in its first week than any previous episode of not about lumberjacks now before you say wow oh no that the reality of that is instead of forty listens received fifty. I've put more than forty hours into some some episodes of the show that saw the kinds of numbers that would make many podcasters quit and try another show or give up podcasting for good in. Maybe maybe that's part of why. I like the story so much we seem so damned fixated on measuring everything by numbers how many re tweets something promoted received how much money people make is a measure of their worth and more today than any time before equating how many hours one works in the week as a measure of how dedicated they are not just to work but to their lives. There's something thing to be said about doing a thing simply because you love doing it. There are miserable people who can never have enough in life while others making enough to get by with some degree of security and comfort do their things in live rich and happy lives but there are many people who measure their worth in how much control they have <music> over others and those people seem unsettled by those who don't share their philosophy. I'm a very hard worker but i am nothing like employee number three one two five six six in forty hours a week at my day job. I often do better work than those pudding in sixty eighty or even one hundred dollars for more beyond that i'm definitely happier than many people i've worked with choosing not to put my entire value as a person into a place that's likely into laos all off one day. How sick or scared must one be to somewhat regularly pass out from work related stress or exhaustion. How sad is is it to be dying continuing to put in long hours believing it all matters somehow only to have team members see your death as an inconvenience rather than the thing to mourn the way we approach work seems to become more twisted each year. I know somebody who actually had a manager. Tell him in in his group. If you guys don't hit your numbers i'll put you through a fucking wall. I once watched one of the good c._e._o.'s of a company. I worked four step down in front of a sahlin tears talking about realizing how off-track life had become when his family begged him to stop answering text messages from from others at work during thanksgiving dinner with them he told us all the dimiss seeing his children grow up and they were all about to head off to college and he barely knew them because he put work before family it wreck the guy. Let's get back to iron rand. She league glorified the characters in her novels. Even the terrible ones perhaps the reason i like anthems equality seven twenty five twenty one is he's is at least redeemable the characters in the fountainhead and atlas shrugged however are shady human beings skipping anniversaries having affairs i with others who understand them in their work more than their families and were often handed down the successes. They claim to have made completely on their own. No wonder her work is loved by so many c._e._o.'s. I suppose when all you do is run from life in do nothing in but work. You'll do anything to convince yourself. You're living the best life there is to be lived. The sad thing is when they expect us to do it to sadder still when we actually do thank you for listening to not about lumberjacks in behind the cut. The music for behind the cut is a tune called reaper by horizon visit. No lumberjacks dot com for information about the music episodes invoice talent in a month. It's the strangest father and son story. I'll probably bubbly ever right until next time. Be mighty and keep your access sharp..

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"hq" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"hq" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Sorry, and they had one too many of those like holocaust faux pas, you know, accidentally selling shirt with like the yellow star. And that's on an accident that can't happen more than once first time. I was forgiving second time. I was like what right like third time. Like you need to hire like a Jew. Who's like, I'm offended one end just every and I do believe sometimes things like that happen. And it's like it's just like it fell through the cracks. And I don't believe there was any bad intention. Just nobody realizes was like oddly antisemitic. Right. Kind of I don't see like a Nazi designers. So it in one too many times now. Okay. Where's Heinrich Himmler hiding in Zara HQ and the like one too many rats in dress stories? Oh, and I do enough people know that story. I don't know. What's so crazy about that story is that took the world by storm and Jackie knows the girl. She's my very good friend from college. She'll the storage. So I think she signed move past it in the names, but a girl who. Who I would literally never move past it, I would like on the today show in the glittering milk it for all that it's worth for sure except I would make my Instagram Zara girl, except I don't think that she could because it would have limited the amount of money that she'd offerings are because the more. She talked about it the less. They had to keep her quiet. Totally shut your mouth, right? So, but it's all settled now. And I think she did. Okay. She was at work one day wearing freshly showered, she had noted because I guess that was like she's one of those people it could go either writing. No. And they wanted to make it seem like maybe it was I think she was she was just sitting at work. And she knew that she'd wash your hair intended price that morning wearing a new dress from Zara, and it's like maybe like around three o'clock in the afternoon, and like she starts to smell something like so foul, and she was like, I know something because I really did shower. She's like smelling herself everywhere. And she can't figure out the source. God, I actually really wish it until you to tell the story I'm like getting so nauseous, and then she later fat like there's like a scratch on her leg, and she goes to like Poland. And she thinks it's a thread long story short. It's tail. There was dead sewn into her dress. And that's what you was smelling when she thought it was a little tag. She pulled it, and it was the bats fucking. Tale. And she got a rat. Born. Rush wrote in born rash. Okay. So does she got a settlement from Sarah? Nice one. You think you think you put in savings anything? She did. I think she put in savings. She seems thinks fiscally. Or actually, I'm kidding. I think she did. Okay. That is craziest story, and he was on the cover of the New York Post who was at the height of zero. Like, it was the craziest thing. And now, I only that would only happen to her record. She so proven proper. No, she has all these crazy like some people just like like, the, you know, can we say about Bethany? You know, it's like Bethany your life is more interesting than carols. Right. And you deserve to talk more than the friendship. Right. She is a good storyteller too. So really happened to the right person. 'cause she was able to if she wouldn't tell you the story. She's only overtaxed and I felt like I was I was on the edge of my seat. He'll have the text. There's just some curious not going to be on this phone. I'd have to go searching. A Hollywood source recently told Danny fair that when Megan star was rising. She threw her. Really long, right. She herself a party at her home. Unofficially billed as a sign. Ours are a party and gave away the lower price clothes in her closet to her guests, of course, nowadays as the duchess of sucks six you'll find Meghan marine top styles by the likes of Ralph Lauren sell McCartney Burberry, and she bunk shea the designer of her wedding dress her sister-in-law keep Middleton. Also sportscenter looks bad has occasionally warns are closing jewelry as a Royal as well, prompting items to sell out..

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"hq" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"hq" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Connor has academ- Connor which is also insane to name your cat. If you but this episode Amaya gets a pet now she has a pet to. Yes. Yes. And so this episode actually is kind of heavy handed with the message and the message is ultimately one agree with. Hey, pets are not just fun. There are a lot of work to. Yeah. You know, as parents it amazes me. I'm so impressed. When when parents also have a pet because you don't have to kids you really have especially with the puppy or. You have a full kit. You have three kids. So I'm always blown away by by anyone who has kids and pets. I feel like it's one or the other. If you have both that's a lot of work so lot. Yeah. It is a lot of work the kids thing, it's fun. My kids wanna get a dog every day. They don't want to like take it for walks at eleven o'clock at night and pick up who've and stuff like that. Right. Right. There. Ain't it for just the fun. They're they're not a part of the work. And that's going to be the message here in this episode where we're going to see that Allah. Let is going to get a new pet and assume that okay, it's all it's all fun and games with a new pet. Yeah. I do I like the plan. So basically this episode the bad person is Luna, girl, and she. And what would you say she uses this bird that's going to be called birdie? Yeah. To as as basically like in a covert operation. We'll HQ HQ is like the main thing. I don't know where it needs to be said rub. These three children have like a compound with like hundreds of building. Yeah. Where their headquarters are we don't know how their Bill, I guess, my my son. How do they have this? Like, did they build this paid to get money to pay for it? He said, they just they just made it they don't need money. They know they have this giant. It's like a city. Yeah. Of buildings. That's why I think that it's it can't be based in fact that I there's no reality to reality show that I think that maybe they're just sort of like having some sort of a communal dream, which I guess in itself could be a superpower. Or this is just sort of like some make believe story that they're like all telling each other or they go to they go to sleep and they put their PJ's on. And they. Imagine this stuff is going on. Yeah. I guess that makes sense. So what is birdie doing in this episode? What is what is Luna girl doing with birdie? Basically the bird is a bit of a Trojan horse to borrow from the classic literary device where the the birds shows up and Alette naturally, she sees it as a fellow feathered friend, and they bring the bird into the compound, but little does Alette and the PJ masks know that the bird is secretly working for Luna girl. And putting what are those glowing pebbles that the bird is depositing around there? I think that some sort of she's very into like magnets stuff that's a weapon of choice. So these magnets, basically, get all the power. They're stealing all the power from the good guys HQ. The word HQ was mentioned on the average episode of PJ masks upwards of five thousand times per episode. Everything's just HQ. So she's sort of like..

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"hq" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

Bravo TV's Daily Dish

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hq" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

"Hey guys it's maintenance of up in its rachel roberts and this the daily dash bravo's official podcast weird digital producers for gravity dot common recording from bravo hq in rockefeller plaza so big do an's and bravo hq this week racial and i had backtoback interviews what he was a tuesday yes uh with kyle richards in lisa vander pump yes but i will say everyone the way that they entered our lives was i looked down the hall and there was gygi dresses prince matti fronts would whereas upon radion with allah p shah alam pictures of the huh and it and if you follow me on instagram you saw the video of like what i saw it's like i saw lisa and cans feet and then luke boop boop boop g it was the cutest i really wanted to close up of jeez little but it so brinkley and make it it's it's just so strange to see at a highlight was so they also had harrison are who lisa says the puffs twer yeah they've changes named a puff twer they were just like roaming around the recording room while we release of interpol it was the greatest thing ever okay my favorite thing and maybe will actually hear her talk about it when we do play leases interview which will be next week is while leases doing this interview in the background can is holding the puff stir and they're both snoozing it's sukio okay it was amazing but my other favor part was so we interviewed lisa and then college showed up we were talking to kyle and then lisa comes around the corner and leases just going to come into our room because leases legend ever she wants to do because they surrender prompt please come in cairo cycle him to pretend like talking badly better at least the vetter pump that bitch and they just had the funniest like back and forth i mean nagin are just like.

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"hq" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hq" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"I'm good buick that's the porsche audi worship the answer and the winner is jack yesterday who of course i really two to shame you at your own game we got some great acted in your favour little the number one question on your book was is how you're signal if you're single thing homes that goes the how are you sell signal relates that if if i'm single the answer's yes because i too busy would you ever get married on hq live no think of negative i want to get married i don't think it's going to happen live on age you know so you're not going to do a meriem and in a severe huge liz get married lowering bread la all right but seriously how did you start being the host of hq how did you get this prestigious position were for april actually happened to be back in that studio were addition just yesterday for something else hospices transfer secca we'll start isn't it but this should ford or april got the offer and then started we started like beta i think in july even and then we went live within the app store in september and you just recently hit like over a million people live i think it was the night of the golden globes because i was playing and it was the first fat over a million that was over feebleness been really board by that show by the golden globes yes do you think anyone at the golden globes was playing that's what i was wondering 100 percent i'm like so one of the back maybe like same with like rock losses rock enough chrissy teigen was there she would have played secondly the settlers yet pillars.

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"hq" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"hq" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"I think appelmans putting on sixty day the moral probably oral backdated bag native mac daddy two today since i didn't write anything all i did was talk or is this counters playing time she this counts so we actually have to start the sixty days tomorrow i have no idea who were calling out but you will be missed i think you're still going to travel with the team starting after the one week i just thought and in jail but before we forget because we've we've gone always distance the we got the note that we got the of invite this week to come back to the first pitch arizona the by baseball hq you we love every one of you i seriously mean this if if i had to spend money me polling are fortunate that they comp rv registration fee because we come and speak and do everything on but we if i had to pay for it it would be the one thing i would pay for i would cut other thing there's no way on is november second to november fifth than scott a baseball hq dot com and check out the ticket linked to it but there's no way i would uh i i look forward to the strip reveres so much knowledge to be gained from the listened to the people talk to go into the presentations the watching games you'll be did the live podcast the three of us got together and life podcast would love to do that again this year because it has so much fun doing it last year and just highly recommend folks coming out i think there's a early registration fee ends at the end of this month.

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