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Publisher drops Woody Allen's book

John Batchelor

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Publisher drops Woody Allen's book

"What DO as publisher Hachette group on Friday cancel the release of his memoir following days about race focused on allegations director sexually abused his daughter the hash check book group's decision to scrap apropos of nothing which was scheduled to come out next month came after Ronan Farrow big deliver their genius they're blasted the publisher on Twitter a dozen ploys staged a

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Woody Allen book pulped after walkout at publisher

All Things Considered

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Woody Allen book pulped after walkout at publisher

"Woody Allen's new memoir will not be published by Hachette book group or H. B. G. in New York this comes a day after dozens of employees staged a walkout and after Allen's son Ronan Farrow announced he would no longer work with the publisher following the acquisition of his father's book H. B. G. in a statement said the decision to cancel Mr Allen's book was a difficult one and does not counsel books

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Ronan and Dylan Farrow criticize Hachette over Woody Allen memoir

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Ronan and Dylan Farrow criticize Hachette over Woody Allen memoir

"Best selling author Ronan Farrow will be shopping for a new publisher pharaoh is outraged a book written by his estranged father Woody Allen is being released by a division of the head chef group which published pharaohs bestseller catching kill it helped spark the me too movement his sister Dylan has long accused Allen of molesting her when she was a child in an email obtained by The New York Times Farrow blasts a shot for violating its moral and professional obligations

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"hachette" Discussed on The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"hachette" Discussed on The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

"It. And Secondly, there is a great deal of technical detail involved in the execution. I think what the start up lab doesn't do very well is many of these more firms of very small, and they don't really know how to execute very much and not a benchmark for execution them more benchmark for energy. I would say the unicorn companies studying unicorn companies which are billion dollar valuations many of which have seriously good execution. The places where people are going to buy companies to to understand actually how to execute these challenges into practice, which I think is one of the big judges. Great to Jim mentioned earlier Hachette's acquisition of butcher. And could you tend to little bit about thicket behind that? But also how you've integrated it's it's organization, but also the different business model into your overall company book cures, an extremely successful digital only publisher it's fundamental business model is the same as it creates content to entertain, but it does that in different ways. Both upstream and downstream upstream. It has a very different relationship with the author sue create the content there Amina ameliorated on a very different basis traditional publishing contract downstream. It does some things very differently around very low pricing compared to many mainstream publishers, but extremely high volume sales. It's tried some very different business models, and those are things that are mainstream business had not done. So I think the acquisition for Booker to meant that it could continue to grow within a large and supportive. Parent company as part of the acquisition. We've we've left them alone. They are Thomas they continue with their own separate business model. However, we learn a lot from them. They also learn something from us. I think and it's been a very useful relationship. I think one of the big challenges to come in. His is the digital age has really undermined inferior quality delivery at a high price. It's interesting, for instance, in the education market. Most people now won't want to buy encyclopedia Britannica expensively, which is a defunct product. But go for Wikipedia which provides high quality information, but at the same time, they will pay a lot of money for university education. It's the same kind of thing in products, the basic standard product must be really cheap cut down the inferior product of the medium price doesn't have much future. But you can still have a premium offering if you really understand what the consumer wants exactly as George said and are able to give them that unique experience, which they value consumer product content online through newspapers, which is personalized music which is streamed, which is exactly want at that moment when you want to be entertained, whatever it is those things come on to high price the middle. Ground will be. Eroded completely. I think that's exactly right. And if I look at say, the newspaper landscape, I really see just in my own consumption that polarization that on the one hand there's a free evening newspaper, which has done away with commercial terminals. And then at the other end of the scale is the amount that I paid subscribe to say the financial times the economist. Great. So. What does the future hold for Hachette's business model? What what can you tell us about future directions of innovation in publishing and and? Was to come in two thousand nine hundred and beyond. We foresee a broadly mixed economy, we continue to see healthy print sales, and we need to support that traditional channel. Our digital sales are fairly well established that we now see audiobooks podcasts and other listening becoming important segment of it. There are completely new areas that we're looking at more. So our parent company has in the last three years invested in two games development studios at an app producer. It's the same basic business model it's producing content in exchange for something from the consumer. But it might be a completely different way of doing that it might be a monthly subscription. So I think that's fundamentally new furs. And then I think the other thing which is really interesting is the idea of going direct to consumer and for a traditional business. This is a very complex thing to do. We can go direct consumer..

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"hachette" Discussed on The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"hachette" Discussed on The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

"It. And Secondly, there is a great deal of technical detail involved in the execution. I think what the start up lab doesn't do very well is many of these more firms of very small, and they don't really know how to execute very much and not a benchmark for execution them more benchmark for energy. I would say the unicorn companies studying unicorn companies which are billion dollar valuations many of which have seriously good execution. The places where people are going to buy companies to to understand actually how to execute these challenges into practice, which I think is one of the big judges. Great to Jim mentioned earlier Hachette's acquisition of butcher. And could you tend to little bit about thicket behind that? But also how you've integrated it's it's organization, but also the different business model into your overall company book cures, an extremely successful digital only publisher it's fundamental business model is the same as it creates content to entertain, but it does that in different ways. Both upstream and downstream upstream. It has a very different relationship with the author sue create the content there Amina ameliorated on a very different basis traditional publishing contract downstream. It does some things very differently around very low pricing compared to many mainstream publishers, but extremely high volume sales. It's tried some very different business models, and those are things that are mainstream business had not done. So I think the acquisition for Booker to meant that it could continue to grow within a large and supportive. Parent company as part of the acquisition. We've we've left them alone. They are Thomas they continue with their own separate business model. However, we learn a lot from them. They also learn something from us. I think and it's been a very useful relationship. I think one of the big challenges to come in. His is the digital age has really undermined inferior quality delivery at a high price. It's interesting, for instance, in the education market. Most people now won't want to buy encyclopedia Britannica expensively, which is a defunct product. But go for Wikipedia which provides high quality information, but at the same time, they will pay a lot of money for university education. It's the same kind of thing in products, the basic standard product must be really cheap cut down the inferior product of the medium price doesn't have much future. But you can still have a premium offering if you really understand what the consumer wants exactly as George said and are able to give them that unique experience, which they value consumer product content online through newspapers, which is personalized music which is streamed, which is exactly want at that moment when you want to be entertained, whatever it is those things come on to high price the middle. Ground will be. Eroded completely. I think that's exactly right. And if I look at say, the newspaper landscape, I really see just in my own consumption that polarization that on the one hand there's a free evening newspaper, which has done away with commercial terminals. And then at the other end of the scale is the amount that I paid subscribe to say the financial times the economist. Great. So. What does the future hold for Hachette's business model? What what can you tell us about future directions of innovation in publishing and and? Was to come in two thousand nine hundred and beyond. We foresee a broadly mixed economy, we continue to see healthy print sales, and we need to support that traditional channel. Our digital sales are fairly well established that we now see audiobooks podcasts and other listening becoming important segment of it. There are completely new areas that we're looking at more. So our parent company has in the last three years invested in two games development studios at an app producer. It's the same basic business model it's producing content in exchange for something from the consumer. But it might be a completely different way of doing that it might be a monthly subscription. So I think that's fundamentally new furs. And then I think the other thing which is really interesting is the idea of going direct to consumer and for a traditional business. This is a very complex thing to do. We can go direct consumer..

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"hachette" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Of the day on radio with the times know your time's time now to talk to the leader the liberal democrat says vince cable who joins us now good morning she since the morning good morning oversee today the u along with other mp's now it's a complicated to hear the prime minister give her official statement to the comments about why she chose to take part in military strikes on chemical weapons deputies in the like of in syria there's belonging to present hachette about bashar al assad and you'll say she's going to have to justify why she didn't go to parliament for a vote i of the view that it was the right thing for her to do or do you think the fact that she didn't get parliament's approval still there they may be used to gain strikes haven't worked before well if they have them and i think in this particular case the operation was limited and and then the way we should be grateful for that could've gone down to control but it's limited and the chemical weapons stocks are still there they could be used against that we could be in this situation in a few weeks or a few months but i think the on the general question of having this properly debated and approved in parliament i think it should be steak about that i'm not saying there's simply parliament stemming on these dignity it's actually i think the government's interests that they got the public on side well what about we gave back to twenty thirteen oversee twitter fifteen was will supportive of of there being actions against the isis terrorist but in twenty thirteen david cameron lost a vote as a result of ed miliband then labor the labor party or whipping avait organizing a vote against taking action then all we don't in a different situation where someone can do the.

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"hachette" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The nonprofit quarterly were partnering with amy and the quarterly on a series about sexual abuse and harassment within the humanitarian aid sector is part of our across woman's laws project you'll hear that series later this month on the world right now though here's amy with today's report and a warning this is a disturbing story shannon we says home in upstate new york is filled with reminders of her enduring love working with refugees photos from those days line the walls of her home as a walk up creaky staircase i ask her about one of them just describe this voting so this is a little boy whose peering into the lands of my camera he was a congolese refugee by had taught them not to call me musilu manages the way person i i wanted to be called by my name so they were calm running towards the car yelling shannon and hachette in an ascending anna and they had a cali and this is probably one of the most important things to understand about shannon and the story you're about to hear her work was a calling for her for so many people in our world i think a job as a job but for me i remember waking up every single morning when i was working directly with refugees thinking to myself i love my job alltold she worked for the un hc we are for a decade but one night shannon's life and her beloved career were torn apart and the span of about forty five minutes it was may two thousand nine shannon had been in sri lanka for about eight months and it was time for her to take what un hcr called quote mandatory rnr international staff working in places deemed dangerous were general required to take a week off every six weeks or so the ideas that you can step away from pen of hearing the stories that you're hearing from seeing the things you're seeing and sort of near have a moments to go to the beach somewhere to relax the mirror to take your mind off things so that you can come back and and return to work so she on had it off as required she was going to work on a book she was writing and she chose a boutique hotel in the south three hours away pretty quickly she realized there were no other tourist there they remember being very happy about.

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"hachette" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Are you say radical that is so cool on i'm not just a simple to glimpse at mats maths maths expression is not as good method no pressure no antihistamines it was just started didn't advice on how to do is a sign referenced it doesn't flow of the now let me ask you how far i if you see if you're having a rough wake because you do sound good now you do good energy how far out can you tell like hachette this one's going to be rough you know i thought that warm i'm going to be harder you now because i came in a little bit heavier than what i did on my life one but then like all my coaches like but you forgot i was drinking this time i drank like double do audit that i did the last time i was like oh man i forgot you know so like i forgot exactly like how much water was drinking on each one you know so uh i think dead in in this one like my last one i was doing like three hours cardio per night and you know and this is what i'm doing like way more green and stuff like that so i felt a little bit kinda like men i'm on the cia he'll for like thirty minutes some bad stayed you know in my life somebody did have i had a read we've got i was doing three hours cardio and i you know so it's like a big difference thirty minutes to three hours so freaked me out a little bit in the beginning but des moines doing them more like my wish is going down we faster and faster and faster like man crazy how each each way is different you know but i think the biggest thing was judge uh the diet you know like my does the died but to do it um more or like i did introduce you know like of course i don't think the next day all we're cover i will be as heavy as like a lot of the people in may do like the next day there's so much heavier um pledge like my whole life introduced to like i said like.

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"hachette" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Persuade james reynolds several russian families have said they have relatives we've been killed while fighting as mercenaries in syria reports suggest they die during clashes involving american forces last week russia and the united states say they have no information about mercenaries russian military personnel are in syria in support of president bush are elassad are multiple correspondent steve rosenberg has more details one week ago east of the euphrates river the uslead coalition launched air and artillery strikes against forces loyal to president hachette washington said that the coalition strike had killed more than one hundred fighters among the dead reportedly were russian mushin' risk today the kremlin reacted boohooing that would hurt kenya anchor president putin spokesman to be she paskov said the reports needed veryfying but he wouldn't be drawn on the presence of mercenaries which we only have details of russian armed forces personnel in syria said we have no information about other russians who may be there but this information is now emerging aw all go on you though today the head of a group in kaliningrad told the bbc that one of his men had been killed in a battle a week ago in a statement the consequence eishin claimed the vladimir lukin of had died a hero fighting near the syrian town of deir izzo and a political party called other russia confirmed to me that one of its members had been killed fighting in the same battle a private military contracted from russia has reportedly been hiring fighters to fight in syria today presidential candidate grigory yavlinsky denounced the presence there of russian mercenaries when you have in the country paramilitary or almost military structures and you have no control of them it is dangerous for the country it then truth for the people it's even dangerous for the president just two months ago president putin announced it was mission accomplished in syria but russian mercenaries are still on the ground and the war continues steve rosenberg us intelligence chiefs have identified china iran north korea and russia as the main threats to the united states and there was special emphasis on their assessment that russian operations to influence american politics are ongoing and targeting midterm congressional elections in november here's the director of national intelligence dan coats speaking at the senate intelligence committee hearing we expect russia to continue using propaganda social media false flag personas sympathetic spokesman and other means.

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"hachette" Discussed on Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

"The other thing is hachette if you think of the ashes a police you still have a lock your doors anything you can't be like aysheh these people romney is like why did we locker doors while you're aysheh so i think it's the bulls and i don't think it's just astra i don't think it's just us i think it's it's supposed to be a combination just like the church ray it's just like you can't be blame the deakins because near and you can't have your cake and eat it too you can't say we need more regulation we need more over site we need a after police force but then when they come and say all right will you are a license after your sees tell me about nor for a threeyearold stutters in your life no i don't i don't when i use the word is like i wa i have tana me i choose the practices of adults only i nut ryozo exactly you can't above their the government is you know it's like the people who said and one of the government in my bedroom but the economy do you want miss everybody else's bedroom in your life driven down of all the dirty one but right and that's exactly how i feel about it we we want to manipulate blood they do the way we like it's our personal organization don't forget that what would we be without aysheh the think about that frenetic because they are a regulatory body where we have a license and we have a licence because we have a professional organisation like aysheh without aysheh people can tree diagnose do whatever they want there is no standard for and we can argue about whether the standards are clearcut whether they're right within you more rigorous whether whatever but without aysheh we don't have that and i bet you in agreeing with your lives in will npt will t.

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"hachette" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on No Jumper

"Is perfectly i'm never going to i'm not going to say the right thing all the time every time you know what i'm saying so imagine at nineteen imagine as seventeen saying the slightest like come on so you got to realise what the fuck is going on here you know what i'm saying like you said that somber i was younger you know what i'm saying i was move saying like this shit that i was doing and i couldn't even stabbed the myself doing now you know what i'm saying like is just different elements of different things that you that you realise and i'm saying as you would you get older saying like a more private personnel you know i don't like people know rahmat or what i'm doing all the time you know what i'm saying oh what the fuck is going on our who i'm way or who associated with san by the time all older that was on display every more noble wake up you see exactly who is in a bellamy in a morning i'm saying that saga pub in on g i'll be waking up in a bed with two three bitches in obey san of all different ethnicities saying if anybody was made following me from instagram from the beginning everybody knows that's how i even got a internet following bomb rv light but this is me doing this at nineteen twenty and twenty one saying vietnamese fires showed he's in bed french bits is you know what i'm saying visits from romania also to sit in i'm i'm really doing this shit them stay like this is from just being outside outside slugger and cloud of don't show i gotta and nobody there i remember i even of one point like yo inc harmony realized that i could actually put like while hachette though is happening to my life on the internet but if i willingly admit cheyenne is is just my boy birthday man don't even matter of fact editor poor chaumont nick any now saying on number one i will never want to lower negga statisticians shuttle money connors should.

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"hachette" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"So wait with a flight cards with a airline cards like i i always feel like i missing out on something because i don't really use my frequent flier miles as much as i should you have because so with every dollar is a mile array when you use the airline that's double the miles um and i was real height ford because last year my motherinlaw flew meena argentina with miles only why you reckon them up like that and so i i've always been a delta sky miles memory 'cause you know you know that fly delta delta got good first leg air is this like the outside an increase of legged airlines were suddenly like hachette we have to be nice now i heard if people movies for free and delta was the first one to take the leap play you you bet on the right horse i am an american airlines and that she took off and while you has they're like two years where american airlines still like no you just get a bar fag that's it home like that's still how how we're working on this am so what what something that you think is overrated okay right now get mega margo prince harry very overrated like people were are super hype about it people are like oh my gosh o o let's back home to this this this british dude for realising a black queen is fine as hell light na who'd now at i and i think it's a conspiracy i think i feel like i hear way more americans talking about this royal wedding than we did back when it was keeton whoever the fuck william yeah.

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"hachette" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"In on equities purely because of timeframe being shed in this way world day with interest rates being were they are one has to be creative in how they're going to get you old for so someone that is looking for in probably wants to get it from eu old not growth because yield is going to be far less risk interest dividends rose kennedy thinks he'll look for dividends stocks that have been stable you'll look for bonds that pay a little better the you know debt debt debt instruments those kind of things where you have a more of a stable perceived at least stable a payment environment but not necessarily the volatility of having maybe twenty percent a thirty percent depending on the situation in the stock market but but less than the exposure to outright stocks and more into those types of instruments and any anecdotally as that is that kind of what your santic addict anecdotally yeah should make sure that you've got some guy either stitcher have shown uh some house mud if you can figure out a way to match your fiction call with your big sheet expenses then you can play with house money with other hachette so what one of the things that no longer exists for most people today is guaranteed income in retirement in the form of a pension ancient planned or a uh a fixed did something of that so if you can't figure out a way to on your own create some kind of a.

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"hachette" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on /Film Daily

"A little bit um we don't know what's going on there we we cut to a shot of of luke in he's laying somewhere will what is going on here while i hold on before we do that go let's go back because says something rate all will that as well um post says we have a spark that a light the fire that'll burn the first order down but in addition to that we all sounds like something poet say typical po email inspiration on a leader and stop uh there's a amongst the space battle this court there's typewriter flying through the air and the uh the um the shifts that we saw in the last the first lasted i teaser getting blasted away by first or ships in the very background of that shot uh we see that megastar destroyer oh yeah yeah okay so fast forward to luc on the ground of what is he in a key or a what is going on here do we have any idea he looks a little wet is that wall at you know as so this is a i was looking at them before and i was considering something you remember in be forced vision that ray had there was that shot of kylo in the nights of ran standing in the rain yes what if that wasn't something from the past and instead it's that something that's happening in the future and i'm a that's a that's an interesting theory sure by it i don't necessarily by entered either mostly because in that vision there were bodies scattered around the bus oh party wonders if if this isn't in the presence as far as wendell hachette i takes place maybe this is part of another flashback.

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"hachette" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on Q95

"A jacket and the sweater 'cause i guess it's really cold up there i didn't have a jacket or a sweater was june so i wore the house coat from the hotel room in looked like a mental patient unsolvable a then when paris sailing which was okay mexico in power selling last year with my wife and you know i don't wanna say the mexico's behind the times but they some things have unquote on there yet like safety a paris sailing there i literally had as a parachute my back with a rope tied to me running down the sand into the ocean and a guy go and see my friend on the boat and he gives you the funds thumbs up start running towards the water like you have a choice are they go nominarion now the the boat out a robert shrivel is our guest an adventurous traveler via uh and also in the studio we have to introduce our new guess james fee carling good to be here and i i'm with you on the volcano i don't understand volcano as a tourist attraction because all you have to do is go i was in italy go to pompei walk through pompeii there are people there the volcano blows and roman times have you know if no familiar wipes out the city bright people to this day are still lying in their final resting place as hachette though you can see people and i'm thinking about a split second to strike oppose role of eternity i'm not going to be the panicky by hold the heisman trophy i think i join you cover and stick it on your parents burke correctly there wa widow geologist find me they're going to go i bet that guy was popular law that's james p connolly james you're heavy of a military background you're so do matter of fact i got very ah so have the tattoo it's a very tiny tattoo though yes because when i get in there is someone who has a big arms and they got the big tattoos great i did want to be the old guy the end of my life and so is that you are the raise adam show the tattoo lemme pull that skinner a little bit foia right there at the full impact when the wind hits me from behind the old what was your rank is actually get as a.

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"hachette" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on Q95

"A jacket and the sweater 'cause i guess it's really cold up there i didn't have a jacket or a sweater was june so i wore the house coat from the hotel room in looked like a mental patient unsolvable a then when paris sailing which was okay mexico in power selling last year with my wife and you know i don't wanna say the mexico's behind the times but they some things have unquote on there yet like safety a paris sailing there i literally had as a parachute my back with a rope tied to me running down the sand into the ocean and a guy go and see my friend on the boat and he gives you the funds thumbs up start running towards the water like you have a choice are they go nominarion now the the boat out a robert shrivel is our guest an adventurous traveler via uh and also in the studio we have to introduce our new guess james fee carling good to be here and i i'm with you on the volcano i don't understand volcano as a tourist attraction because all you have to do is go i was in italy go to pompei walk through pompeii there are people there the volcano blows and roman times have you know if no familiar wipes out the city bright people to this day are still lying in their final resting place as hachette though you can see people and i'm thinking about a split second to strike oppose role of eternity i'm not going to be the panicky by hold the heisman trophy i think i join you cover and stick it on your parents burke correctly there wa widow geologist find me they're going to go i bet that guy was popular law that's james p connolly james you're heavy of a military background you're so do matter of fact i got very ah so have the tattoo it's a very tiny tattoo though yes because when i get in there is someone who has a big arms and they got the big tattoos great i did want to be the old guy the end of my life and so is that you are the raise adam show the tattoo lemme pull that skinner a little bit foia right there at the full impact when the wind hits me from behind the old what was your rank is actually get as a.

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"hachette" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Elle hachette's ice cream that's been plaguing the food left for a long time so the ice cream that you see in the novelty stores with the strawberry vanilla chocolates world we have never seen anything that is remotely like that that in the apollo days we sent icecream one time and it was in the cube form so if you think back to tubing cube days it was a pressed foods substance that was coded so we didn't have a lotta crumbs interesting and that flew one time on the request at the request of an astronaut and has blown since no one else requested after that from time to time the astronauts get ice cream um if there is a a science experiment that requires refrigeration or for our or freezer on the way back on we will load up the empty unit with ice cream or events flooding if it's powered up and they'll get ice cream singleserve ice cream every once in awhile would invade very very rare only other time that they may have had ice cream was during the skylab days now and that's because we had refrigeration in a freezer on that particular particular wrestled make sense of all that well i feel i feel like those astronauts should considers of rule lucky because they get the they are the few that actually get to have at some time every once in awhile sneeze so cool okay so it's it's nice to see again after the super bowl thing that we did because at that time we get together exactly it was so fun that was so they had super bowl live downtown and nasa just came up and did like a culinary them we talked about food sign talked about you know what's what we have to do different it's an it because it wasn't really a cooking show it was like this is wouldn't this is what nasa does even though we are preparing meals and having everyone sample yes is pretty cool and there is that that's but you're not you're not considered chefs right you're considered food scientists because there's a whole.

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"hachette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To throw something welcome to the show i'm dental hachette deal hash on twitter officials in a lash on facebook a couple of things to touch on so the church charlie guard and by the way this is where we're this is a single payer in action this is what's going to have happen a very shortly if we don't get a repeal of obamacare and i'm not talking about a bandaid i'm talking about a fullon repeal remove the regulatory structure so charlie guards parents should statement and it read that they wanted to thank their legal team people who works tirelessly on their behalf and to the nurses and staff at the great ormond street hospital who cared for their son charlie guard and they discussing how is born with a rare disease and they they say we're now in july and our poor boy has been left to just lied on hospital for months with without any treatment while lengthy court by battles have been fought tragically having had charlie's medical notes reviewed by independent experts we now know that had charlie been given treatment sooner he would they said he would have had the potential to be a normal little boy despite his condition in january his muscles warren really good shape and fog our firm showing irreversible catastrophic structural brain damage so they say that the other the the doctor that they've a centers records to for him to look they said if that because he was just lane there in a hospital bed for weeks while everybody was fighting court battles net he deteriorated further they said devastatingly to the point of no return so the parents are because the state in the uk the state fought so hard against this little baby being given any care and for months his parents had to fight just to fight they had a fight the state just to get a second opinion for their child as a result he's deteriorated passed the point of no return and they're going i think they're gonna they're giving out their legal fight so it was months lawn and now they're not gonna be able to seek out experimental treatment had it been done at.

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"hachette" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I is getting a lot of attention and the gold the house by showman richie certainly getting a lot of attention deservedly so tomorrow we'll have some went on the air with us who i believe you interviewed al franken moving at the nonfiction who hell franken giant hachette and i would recommend i would have for funny bucks that would definitely recommend l franken and also and i guess he needs no recommending because everyone wants to read them any way but david sedarat says theft by finding his diary collection is big and worth every page um it you'll just speed right for it at summit fan who had rocks and gay on recently and i know she's on your list also on the list of best do books of 2017 which i presume you did not necessarily have a hand then is your book my life with bob which i'll talk about just briefly before we get our listener recommendations we've got a great review by joan franken the severance iskoe chronicle and which which you write about and you were very personally by your divorce and feeling really terribly down like you're wearing a scarlet d and everybody knew you had gone through this divorce after less than a year emerge and you couldn't even get back into reading which you've done your whole life but it comes out in kind of a heroic way of finding stories that have resilience that really good love your bones back and woodson that for me is is reader review is the fact the reading cameras store and reading can bring us to health and bring us back i find reading to be highly therapeutic you know i ate i find that there are books to read for every moment and when i write about in my life with bob bob being a book of books that has recorded every talk that i've ever read since i was seventeen at sort of the ultimate nerds diary is that after my divorce i turn memoirs essentially mostly memoirs about people who were far more miserable that far more cause for him complaint artists mayor than i did and reading about other people's tragedy in a really put my own small misery which again it's a divorce is.

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"hachette" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hachette" Discussed on Unfilter

"And here's what i know i know this wannacry thing just wrecked havoc across computers with this unpacked vulnerability the informations out there are how to write at the tools the the kits been hat half written by the nsa for me what i could do is slap a few of these things together start spreading around and i could artificially raise the price of bitcoin or at least keep it high while i sell out my bitcoin because this drives a lot of attention people start buying bitcoin people you know fortyfive people maybe win bought bitcoin now and by the way but also could drive more like it i'm just saying this is another of it it could be some some big coin hacker that wants to get rise the raise the price by the way you know nvidia just released a video occurred hachette stupid know what so same d and a md and in video as a abuse great for awhile here's my question i was going to other put this in user air but might want they making it like this for why why aren't what they were doing for these cards they should do for all video cards they're making the fans capable of running twenty four seven under additional heat they're making them essentially more robust they're not doing anything crazy powerful for compute and by the way little little unfiltered tip if you're trying to my bitcoin on your gpu you're wasting your money in your time in even asic at this point and went demand at the cardiac brick i can't they cyber attack hair thumping in common with last month wannacry attack both worth bread by using digital break in cooled allegedly created by the national security agency and recently late cut a web that some bad good not perform netted heretic and carrying patten made target.

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