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New York Regulator Finds No Fair Lending Violations on Apple Card Applications
"Sachs cleared of bias. New york state review of apple card department found no fair lending violations. I think this was. This goes back to david. Haina meyer hanson d. h. edges. He is tweet to get angry on twitter. Say my wife got a different credit limit. And i did Due diligence. I he just goes right to twitter. In the angriest way possible but everything. Yeah and i'm sorry that the new york state department of financial services has to investigate tweets. But i guess that's the world we live in now The viral tweets the review. I don't like the way he does it. But i'm happy that people investigate to stop because it's important stuff it's just the the methods are often been good ever came out at twitter anyway. I think that it is good. They investigated and you know what yes. They're completely equitable. According to the investigation.
Where Coders Code
"Is that ideal kind of work to do remotely? Even my own experience with self isolation, as he realized that I've been doing exactly that for a number of years so when you talk to Coders, how many of them preferred this work method? HOW POPULAR HAS IT become? Well. It's very popular, and that's because coders love working from home, the vast majority of coders. If they were given the choice, they would say yes. I would work from home all the time. And the reason why is because it just gives them a quiet and a focus and a lack of interruptions from people sort of tapping them on the shoulder in the cubicle. If you were to say to them. Hey, guys, everyone! Where would you prefer to work? They would all prefer to work from home. One Tech Company, that is a big advocate for remote work is base camp. They've been around for twenty years and they've been remote from the start. Even before it became popular, their staff work from home around the world. Let's listen to David. Haina Myer Hamson? He co-founded base camp with Jason Freed. He's also the creator of Ruby on rails. Actually for the first six months after I started working with Jason. We. Emailed an IM. We didn't even talk on the phone, so took six months I think before we had our first phone call and it took over year until we met each other in person so for very long time, this was not conventional wisdom, so we got access to this huge talent pool of people who've realized that they don't want. Live in San Francisco. They don't want to live in New York. They don't want WanNa. Live in Seattle. They don't live in any of these big tech hubs yet. The really proficient qualified people so. The fact that base Kim allowed them to do. This was a huge factor in both are hiring strategy and our retention strategy in two thousand twelve I had a series of conversations with other entrepreneurs. were, I would ask them about the work practice in and we talk about remote, and they would just give me these trite defenses for why remote can work. Oh, you can't do corporation. The magic only happens around the whiteboard and I thought like what people still think like this. Is that possible? The whiteboard is basically nonexistent base camp. The number one tool we have is writing acing cronies by yourself writing and you posted and you let time pass by good collaboration happens when. Creative people get time and space to do deep thinking. And they compiled deep thinking into deep writing, and the deep writing consists not of one chat line at the time, but a fully composed census form paragraphs the form complete arguments, and then you consider those arguments. With the advantage and calm of time, ninety percent is the considered writing that five percent chat, and then maybe five percent I. Don't know zoom or Tubal or some other video connection share my screen kind of collaboration. So Clive David is making some super interesting point here so I never would have thought of. Are there other ways of working that coders were using that? Make remote work success. Yea Absolutely. They arranged times when they know that they're going to be in contact. Maybe in face to face contact, so there was definitely companies I spoke to that said okay. We know our developers do their best work when they're not here. But we want them to be here some of the time you know. We want to have some face to face meetings. They still believe in that, and so they would have these schedules that were like you know from Tuesday and Thursday one zero five PM. We need everyone to be in the office. Just we can have some time to talk the rest of the time. Go wherever. Wherever you want, you can work in the office if you want to. You can work wherever you want. It could be you know at starbucks could be at home, so this sort of interesting lattice of new arrangements is is one thing that works really well another thing that I. think works really well as figuring out. What's sort of mode of chat or communication that everyone likes. Likes most in in David's case. He likes and his team likes long-form email conversations and I've definitely talk to people that like that, but other ones. They actually really liked slack, or they really liked good old fashioned IRC right like you know green text on a black background, but they worked out what they're. Co presence was because there's there's this phenomenon that sort of psychologists who talk. Talk, about online communication describe as ambient awareness, which is the the ability to know what other people are sort of thinking about doing when you're not physically there with them you know and there's a lot of technologies that allow us to do that and the best remote teams think carefully about what their ambient awareness method is, and they lock in on it and they use it.
SWORD Places $7.1 Million Order for Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses
"State regulator later is looking into the way Goldman Sachs sets credit limits for Apple Card this after a few high profile incidents that seem to indicate discrimination according waiting to report from Bloomberg a string of posts from ruby on rails. Creator David Haina Meyer Hands and late last week called out applecart forgiving him twenty times times the credit limit that his wife got the issue cut a number of I is including those of Apple. Co Founder Steve. Wozniak was posted on twitter. The same thing happened to us. I got ten times the credit limit. We have no separate bank or credit card accounts or any separate assets hard to get to a human for correction. Yeah no it's big tack in Twenty Nineteen. How did this happen well? Hard to say exactly since we don't know exactly how such decisions are made. Decisions are being made not by people but by algorithms and you think math right mouth would seem to be totally impartial yet. The Bloomberg P. says in June the US House of Representatives Financial Services Committee heard about examples of Algorithms decision making where researchers have found instances of bias targeting specific groups even when there was no intent to discriminate. Henson gets that lack of intent. uh-huh still sees the need for something to be done Goldman and apple or delegating credit assessment to a black box said Hanson. He went on to say. It's not a gender a discrimination intent but it is a gender discrimination outcome enter the Empire State Linda. Lacewell the Superintendent Brendan of the New York. Department of Financial Services quoted by Bloomberg is saying the department will be conducting the investigation to determine whether New York law was violated and and ensure all consumers are treated equally regardless of sex any algorithm that intentionally or not resulting discriminatory treatment of women or any other protected class of people violates New York Law for its part Goldman Sachs says it's credited decisions are based on a customer's credit worthiness and not on factors like gender race age sexual orientation or any other basis prohibited by law
Hazardous Air Quality Causes Public Health Emergency In New Delhi
"Officials in India's capital New Delhi declared a public health emergency. The problem is severe pollution. The city's chief minister called it quote a gas chamber schools are closed and yesterday nearly forty flights were diverted because visibility was just so bad Nina missy is India correspondent for the Washington Post and she's on skype from news from New Delhi. Haina I so you are there you're you're experiencing this what is it like yes unfortunately I would say it's quite dystopia in yesterday was one of the worst days that we've had not just it's not just the but in the last over the last few years there was like a really really take up ball of smoke grey smoke all over the city you can't see skyscrapers you can see National Monuments the air we're had a noxious almost pungent smell that makes is water you cough even even if you have no respiratory issues you feel replace if you stay outdoors too much reminded me of more from Lord of the rings if I could call it that in a sense and you know the government has advisory is to is to stay indoors close windows don't go out for morning or evening walks ask you mentioned a for schools are shut there are staggering office timings as well they've all brought in a scheme aware on even numbered is only even number license plate cars will be out on the roads so so yeah it's it's not a it's not the best place to be right now so this is actually really affecting people's Daily routines him getting to work getting to school yes absolutely so often even even has kicked in from today and it'll go on for at least two weeks this has happened last year as well but there's also a debate over whether vehicular pollution is is going to be enough to bring bring down the scale of the problem so so yeah I mean people are trying to sort of go around their lives in a in a long way trying to trying to live lift through this Climate emergency this time of year is known for poor air quality in New Delhi. What's going on why does this happen so often I would say that it's a mix of you know like whether factors as well as many many more man-made factors of course As as has grown into a very very big mega city with almost twenty nine million people there is very very high level of actually pollution as industrial pollution from the outskirts there is constant construction going on in the city which contributes to a lot of dust and of course given its geography surrounded by agricultural states at this time
"haina" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"You know, what I haven't actually really dated all that much in LA. I was in relation at traumatic relationship, and then didn't end well sit like an also when I go on dates I play very safe. If someone's like, let's go bowling. I'm like, no, thanks doing that. I'm five three. I'm not wearing bowling shoe store. No, thanks and also. Yeah. Like, no, thank you. But I don't know. I and when I do go on dates, I feel like I'm always carrying the conversation. Would you sound like such an also, but it's the truth? Like, I feel like I have a lot of chat, and I feel like I'm not getting it back. So it. I don't know. What's your was? I had a guy this back when I was single I was on bumble or one of those. And he asked me if I wanted to get a drink like meat and get a drink. We it's been talking for a little while, you know, this person don't say his name who is it went on a D or so he asked me to go meet him into go out and date, and he is a Thursday night at like, eight PM. He's a good crap a drink somewhere. So he picks me up. He then proceeds to take me to Starbucks you. Yeah. And so I'm I don't say I'm like a Haina dressed up thinking we're going to go to like a cute bar. You know, I mean goddamn rancor a get off it you said grab a drink. So I'm like, you know, thinking we're going to go to a nice bar or something and maybe get an appetizer or something. But we go to Starbucks, and then he sat on his phone across from me, the whole time and didn't say anything, and I was also like what am I going to order? It's eight PM like I'm not trying to have an Espresso and be up all night. Like, I was hoping to get a cocktail and go to bed. Yeah. And so we went yeah. We went to Starbucks and. He sat there on his phone the whole time. And I was like this is I'm nice. I'm never something. I would have said I think we just got got it over with this quickly as possible chug may drink was like, all right. Well, that was great. And I came back home. And I remember I was like I am never going to talk or see that person ever again. And now he's a really good friend and doing no, did, you know, who you're talking about. But you know out. Will you like what the fuck was that of now, I've never said anything? So then I now we've been friends since and I still kind of want to be like dude, never take a girl to Starbucks for a first date Sheena. I wanna know with you. Because what is it like dating in the like as a reality TV personality on dates like how does it happen for you? See I'm just very anti dating apps because I think they're so superficial. It's just like hot or not like you would thrive on them hundred. Yeah, I feel like I do well enough on my own have enough shit going on with guys that you're penny. There's like I've area. So many guys can I just say if you have any leftovers spend the my way. Trust me. I already I'm not going to say this on the puck. You can say it. No, I call..
"haina" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Yacht NIT championship game here, Madison Square Garden, New York City. Lance meadow, Jon Crispin with you Texas has not Dow John eleven threes and to get bigger and bigger by the second those three point shot opportunities. They take thirty. That's remarkable to me. They're eleven thirty three point cotinine shoot the basketball with confidence. And it just so happens to be the shot that is there the way clips defending the ball screen. They're taking away the role to the basket. So that skipped has three is going to be there. Texas. Thanks to a fourteen built a forty one twenty seven lead at halftime. It's been neck and neck back and forth Moran. Right-wing three in. And out of the time out, Texas, the rebound and Texas has had Simpson Calcio on the bench for a while. But it's been a boxer for that. He's just continue where they left off and it might be playing a little undersized, but they still have the lake that vantage over Lipscomb Roach with the basketball top of the K for Texas Coleman Cam Remy and Febres round out the fine Roach Haina left-wing seven on the shot clock. Double t top of the key jump has the federal catches fires. The three from the left-wing sort of the flood of the river bound by public recoup. Let's look at a push Koper shuffled pass the buck right way bounce past the Marbury on the right post packing way at the ham cuddle team, turn around fadeaway, no clue off the right side of the rim last touch. Pam before out of play. It will stay with go Marbury wants the foul on hand. Push. Back in DC. Alexander has coach just wants him to settle in. It's okay. It's a physical game can't get rattled mentally. If you wanna come back against Texas now down thirteen Marbury goes to the band Sawa were in Texas makes a change out OSA Cousy. Joining Roach Coleman Ramey and Febres thirty on the shot clock for let's go Cooper, quicken the mapping. Thanks. Plus the foul. Textbook basketball off the inbounds sixty four fifty three and Matthew starting to gain some rhythm on the offensive end textbook basketball because Matthews made the right brief they tried to jump the high side where he was going to receive a screen and curl off into the ball side corner on the out of bounds underneath while they jump into early and he just made the right read back cut, easy, lamp and the foul all Knicks up. It's nerd, Texas. His show matching line of nine from the line tonight. Nothing. Ten ten. They have the deficit. Sixty four fifty four with seven minutes ago to mazing help garrison Matthews quickly gets his number some some way somehow he's going to get twenty bucks. He's got fifteen right now. Two of nine shooting moment. Haina left-wing bouts passports left quarters Cousy throws the double came out the Coleman wide open three. Pichit Smith eleven at sixty seven fifty four Texas. Lips once again, try to answer Marantz three blocked out of play by tale. Right into the front seats. Sure Moran realized he was defended Ladele goes about six seven six eight with great length Moran. Maybe five ten five eleven. I don't care what the program says just didn't have room to get that shot. Texas putting down to t- -fensive plants on the perimeter Lipscomb just five fifteen for towns, Orion drives it to the lane kicks it out. The buckling bounce Casey Tamar berry his shot blocked by OSA calc-. But for was contact so Marbury is going to go to the line to shoot two. Well, Caskey read that perfectly. That was scouting. That's game plan. It's it's defensive discipline. He knew the rob Marbury wanted to get to that. Right shoulder left took he jumped when he jumped it he took his body into the turn of raw, Barbara. That's why pick out those Caskey second keeps arteries first attempt, and he has three of three from the line tonight. Marbury coming in on the season. Sixty seven percent of changes you ever. Casey. Alexander is going gonna go with pepper. Buckling with Barbary at the line. Visine releases with the left hand. No good off the back. Iron makes one to sixty seven fifty five six twelve Toco in the second half of the IT championship cave here Madison Square Garden, Texas, operating the half court set moving left to right Roach swings out left-wing Tacoma beyond the arc bounce pass on the left post associate Cousy runner at the right hand lane, rattles around the remedy killing. Osa Cousy seventeen boys accounting, and it's sixty nine fifty five to calculus has the physical advantage. He was able to get position and you beat walkway hands off to pamper high in the right wing gets a tooth Buckley in the corner, right side. Nothing's flares. Curl history blocked by conflicts waiting today. Hands of February. That's Texas not giving Lipscomb an inch. Texas has suck the energy out of this building for the looks faithful. They're up by fourteen with five twenty two moment. High the left-wing trickles down the corner down the pace line. One hundred crossword feed right weak- favorites. Top Roach off a pump fake it too. We slanted over to Yeltsin screen, just wait back. Seventy one fifty five hosted Caskey's got nineteen and it's Texas largest lead of the game. Offensive fell back. The other way on Cooper, let tell sacrificing his body Coleman as well. Texas running away with things here at the garden. Roach made the great way was on a swing along close. Howdy pump fake gut into the paint and really used his eyes and a ball fake to pull the defense away for most casket little duck down. They both get an opportunity to dunk on all lips done. Now wants to talk things over Texas setting the tone three of three from the field. It's adding up to a seventy one fifty five lead with five five to go. Here. The second. You're listening to the NIT championship on Westwood One. There's a community where innovation and service joined forces to create leadership that lasts since eighteen ninety one good skin has been centered on academic excellence in impacted.
MSCI to quadruple index weight of stocks listed in China
"Do have some breaking news here. MSCI will increase the weight of China. Eight years MCI indices going from five to twenty percent. The index added trying to just last year it'll happen to three steps and may August and November we were just discussing this huge run and Shanghai. So far twenty nine nineteen part of this anticipation of this move by spring and Rebecca Patterson, the chief investment officer. Great to have you with this will really change the face of the index by increasing this absolutely for the emerging market index under MCI China now becomes elephant in the room. This was widely expected. So it's not a huge shock that it's happening. But as you said a few minutes ago, the passive flows into this are going to be a source of support for Chinese stocks for at least months to come maybe longer. And I think another really important point made earlier if you have the combo of a dovish fed so stable dollars, the remember can stay strong impassable inflows into China than as a foreign investor looking at China, get a decent. Remember, turn a decent stock return. It gives us legs for a little while at least you sound like you like China. Well, we we are very overweight the US but in December. We took our Europe underway down even further and use that to add a little bit to emerging markets where almost neutral on emerging markets and China is a huge component of that. And we did that in part because we thought if we got a trade deal, which I think is higher. Early likely if we had somewhat dovish fed for a piece of time than we thought there was a valuation story and a catalyst there, but how long it runs from here. I don't know. So you're more bullish EM overall. Meaning yet Haina plus other markets just being a pure play. China advocate. Correct. And again, a lot of it is value. Asian these currencies got destroyed over the last few years. And so they're going to benefit from terms of trade shock that helps their economies plus the equity valuations much more attractive when we went back to December, then Europe. So you had that. And then the trade deal in my mind was a pretty big catalyst. So we're better when you look at the fundamentals, I get it on the trading aspect, and I get it on what's in and what's out on the China trade deal. But when you look at the fundamentals of investing in China right now with with debt to GDP with the aging workforce with productivity, what do you find is? That of forget all the other noise is that a by herself.
"haina" Discussed on The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week
"Okay. And we're back and stare is going to tell us a tale clitoris birth. Oh, no. So spotted hyenas are pretty incredible. They have one of the only like truly matriarchal societies especially in the mammalian world, and it is in part because they give birth through their clitorises, and you have to respect that. Wow. Okay. Spotted hyenas have a thing called a pseudo penis, which is a thing that number of species have scroll monkeys some lemurs only juvenile fossils. They then shrink back, but just for a little while they have a pseudo penis. They also have a clitoris bone like some animals have a penis bone, which is wild. But spotted hyenas are the only ones that where it's like more like a pseudo penis in that they p through it. Okay. And they also have sex through it. It is an all in one deal. Whereas most other all the other ones that have pseudo penises like, it's basically just on enlarged clitoris rate. If you've never taken developmental biology before clitoris, penis are pretty much the exact same tissue at just it starts out when your fetus, and as one little flesh grouping, and then depending on the hormones that are president differentiates into either a quota or a penis and in hyenas at the very. End of the pregnancy. They get a boost of engine that gets passed on to the fetus. So the males come out like normally aggressive when they're young. But in females just causes the clitoris to grow into what resembles a penis so much that when biologists refers studying hyenas, they actually thought that maybe if they were hermaphrodites because they could not differentiate the males from the females like it looks also like they have scrotum and everything like fully fully assume. Yeah, it is absolutely wild. But the fact that Hyon is used there is to have sex means that the females have to cooperate. So like, they don't have any vaginal opening. They have a giant. It is just like inside. And so the pseudo penises how they have sex also, which is a little confusing. Wow. Is it fair for us to call any of these things any of these word, we know so little about how yet biology where it I like it. It is. It is just it is what? In its own category of thing. And we also we probably should call the Cedo just gonna see it's not that makes it sound. Like, it's like it's like a wannabe penis. But it sounds much cooler than a peanut. Yeah. Can't give birth to babies. So yes, females have to cooperate. It means that the males have to develop relationships with female hyenas instead of just recklessly having sex with whoever they want. So researchers have done studies in the field and found that females Haina's prefer males that are friendly and older females prefer males that they've known for years. And so the males put in all this time to develop all these relationships with the ladies in the tribe. Wow. That's very heartwarming. Also, still not over the having to give birth through the clitoris. Yes. So like the the big advantage. The FEMA hyena is that it's a major study. So the most the highest ranking male is ranked below the lowest ranking female and the males when they're like three and a half. I think have to go out and find another clan. But other upside is that there's a lot more genetic diversity in highness because if you have like a pride of lions where there's one basically one male who has sex with almost all of the females you end up with. Of pride where all of the babies came from one guy. Right. But since females get pregnant, and then can't have another baby for a while. It means there's more mixing between more females and more males. The big downside is that child birth is absolutely terrified like unlike Unlike him. other. Horrifying, no matter. What? So sixty percent of first births are still born because the process of birding hyena baby means that they start off in the uterus..
"haina" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"So you're talking about demographics, and where people might be considered to be the most dangerous. There have been people who pointed out that when you take a look at incidents, for instance of gun violence, and those kind of domestic terrorist acts a lot of it is white guys. Young white guys with guns are the people who are doing a lot of that. But you don't really hear anyone suggesting that all young white guys with guns should be profiled, and you shouldn't let them on planes, or you shouldn't let them into churches, which I think just underscores if you're looking to protect and the community you do have to do it in individualized way. You can't just say that person's Arab that person's Jewish that person's Japanese, and so we're just gonna go ahead and say that they are dangerous because of who they are talking with Josh today of the sale you hope that you're enjoying our discussion if you'd like to jump in feel free to do. So if you'd like to jump in on Facebook live you can do so as well, we're at eight twenty two more to come. Josh right after this. Traffic installed bus in town me from the flagship fascinating traffic center, so salt bus on ward avenue, Malcolm bound between green and prospect, their traffic has cleared out very nicely in from the west side. We do see a slowdown on H one town bound just around leaky exit from the windward side. We have brake lights on Pali highway just about new and the drive in from eastern congestion on kalanianaole highway at Iena Haina. Change in an instant all of these things are happening. Very quickly. Let's break this down. You can read about it tomorrow..
"haina" Discussed on KQED Radio
"International development, community environment department, where students innovates solutions to global challenges like climate change, hunger, inequity and injustice and turn research into action. Learn more at Clark, you dot EDU slash ID. I'm Marco werman. And you're with the world, we're a co production of the BBC World Service PRI and w h here in Boston ever get upset when you hear all the ominous climate change research and feel like there is no solution. Well, let me introduce you to someone who's all about improving the situation the president of the Marshall Islands. The first woman president of any Pacific nation held the Hina is her name the Marshall Islands low lying nations generally are in the minds a world leaders meeting in Poland this week and next to hammer out details of the UN climate change agreement. President Haina doesn't need any reminders the future of the Marshall Islands hangs in the balance the Perez agreements stand strong as a powerful and unit. United legal commitment. We sure a rice of no more than one point five degrees celsius that was Haina at the UN general assembly. This fall filmmaker Beth Murphy has been following the. President of the Marshall Islands for our WBZ's partners at the ground truth project. What drew you to hide a story Beth she's a woman of many many firsts she started off her career as a teacher as a counselor as the minister of education than I do see her very much as an educator now for the world on climate change. Now, she is the first female leader in the Pacific. We're just was so impressed by how the Marshall Islands one of the most remote islands in the entire world. And yet here they are the ones who are really leading the world in climate action. So you visited these remote Marshall Islands and met her there. What was that like, and how is she viewed by the people that she's leading he has. She's so well loved me. She is really one of the people I flew with her to Jolla went island, which is where she grew up a very very small island. And so now, this is no Air Force One. Right. This is this is a commercial airliner very small. You know, she gets on and sits in the front row, and you know, she's looking out the window. She's got a lollipop in one hand and a traditional martial lease flag in the other hand. And.
"haina" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Other countries to take the same kind of action, and now her delegation that is in Poland is continuing that push also even going a little bit further and calling on developed countries to commit one hundred billion dollars to developing countries in order to reach those most ambitious goals in the past few months and even weeks there's been this onslaught of increasingly ominous news as you probably have been following about climate change. We just heard about how carbon emissions after a period of slowly flattening out. Have been over the past two years rising again, and they really need to be not just flattening out spiking down. I'm wondering if you ask president Haina how she stays motivated to keep fighting when saving the Marshall Islands saving her own country. Just seems less and less possible. The children who are growing up in the Marshall Islands today. This might be the last generation that's able to live there. And that's what motivates president Hina in such a personal way. I am a granddaughter. She will continue to live in this place. And I wanna make sure that the martial Allen's these here. I want to make sure that the culture is preserved for future generation, and if the Marshall and business eggs in the future that means the people, and the culture our laws like you said earlier Beth I'm in it is for president Hilda Haina, literally an existential crisis for her in the people the Marshall Islands Beth Murphy from ground true films talking about the president of the Marshall Islands Hilda Haina. Thanks very much for coming in. Thank you for having me long before I started hosting the show. I spent six months living and reporting out of Rome amazing city. It is the ternal city still it took some time getting used to a few things like finding a movie or a TV show that wasn't dubbed into a talion burning yours a burning tool to scorch pictures or whimsical saying this is not what you would here in Italy. When you watch the cartoon show American dad, for example, my favorite you want. It. You want it here. This lynn. Goodale that has gone tease lean as people bunch walk. Oh, oh, let me better quantum away. Somehow that doesn't seem very American like I said, it was hard to find anything that wasn't dubbed into a talion comedies drama, TV movies, everything. Same. This is the Italian voice of Brad, Pitt one of the main. He let me do know do, but it's called a piano in San yo. And he's a big star in the world of talian dubbing. Actually right there. He's not doing Brad Pitt. He's just hosting a popular radio show. It's called get this voice factor. It's a contest, and you may have guessed this already defined Italy's next dubbing stars Rebecca Rosman as a reporter who covers European culture. And she's been looking into this. How does this contest work Rebecca, it's kind of the same idea? Just like as the kind of took the name from x factor. Only recalling voice factor and every week have two contestants who face off in a series of. We'll call them voice challenges where competitors are us voice. Anything from let's say Austrian soap opera villains to characters from an English crime series. So what's really cool? Is that voice factor is not a TV show. It's about the voice. So it can be a radio show, which is kinda cool. Tell us more about the host of voice factor..
"haina" Discussed on This Week In Google
"I have no idea what this is. But it's. The future. Four pulses Haina crazy. I don't know. Is show you some of the new features on the pixel phone create sites of sad, powered by YouTube music and immersive pop experience coming to San Francisco Los angles, Austin, Miami and hotlanta this fall step inside rooms inspired by four musicians. Use your pixel three to navigate capture and share the experience, and there will be a puzzle that you'll have to solve using your Google lens. What if this is the future of entertainment beyond the empty like pop up museums the museum, this is the pop up museum? But it also is a puzzle. Like missed meets the Instagram generation, your Instagram feed to be loaded with these Stacy, I don't have the pixel three. You too. Pixel three. Three you can use your land. Three. I don't know either. I'm going to first time. I haven't had fallen in b I yeah. You know, miss this. Miss came without it. You know, I tried the the Google emoji thingies, and they suck. Oh, the AR stuff. We are in man drops in know where you decorate. Terrible. Yeah. It did not have any blue stripes. You're gonna like. The Sephora tutorials. Oh, I love Sephora. And I love Sephora Tourelles. Even though I cannot do anything with them. Here's what you do. Just try this play get ready with me. I Brown tutorial by Sephora. Okay. Here we go. Play get ready for me by what I? Goo goo. How about this one listen carefully? Stacey. Okay. Play everyday contour tutorial from Sephora. Plant everyday con tour to to'real from Sephora..
"haina" Discussed on Antidotes, Stories in Medicine
"It's awesome for carrying around can't speak highly enough of these people that don't know scared. You explain that to be scared is like I it's rolled up really thick plastic. You can just slide over the really fun. If someone like pulled around in them. Take it really really hot. It's it's like a really cheap like sled like, I don't know. It's like a flexi sled sued that like Ben's, but like wraps around you as well lead for casualties, which is probably the scant. I. So yours a smaller. But this one was smaller, and I'd never experienced it. We just had them in the station. We played with announced this phenomenal because it's so much smaller. Yeah. They're pretty big scam. It doesn't have the the sides that roll up L. So it's a smaller. It was great in this first patient we use. It was like a pretty big guy. Like, I said so based fit on it. But he's still on. It's a six lift, you know, so we got six men, and we lifted him up, and we danced way back through the minefield, and we got to this Black Hawk, and I did my best fastest breakdown of my patient. I was like he had more at this time into turn. It gets worse this time and yet is reading off to this guy under the blades of this Blackhawk. He's looking at me, and I get done. He says okay turned on walks away. And I'm like there's no way in how he got that. And I thought the exchange was so weird thinking like how I remember like having to like sort of like motion with my documentation again. So that he took it like he was going to go. So he took my documentation any left to. They flew away. Enya? We work our way back to hyena route Haina goes through the horn Pange way, so my outpost with you have the Arghanab come down into the Dory and the Hornets essentially where they meet so we're kind of disrupted area in like the red desert's south of that. So Haina drives to the point almost. So we're kind of just right off of that. We kinda get back to route. I wanna and when I got back. I remember my battalion commander who was super intimidating, dude. He was like captain America, the student society C was superintendent superintending any pulls as a private at the time. He was like pert Hopkins say we're really sorry about what happened out there. I'm like, okay. Okay, sir. That's it's not a problem. You know, like his we're really we're really proud of what you did and yadda yadda. And I had no idea what he was talking about. Until I talked to our P who told me like all the radio chatter. He had hopped in our which we knew sadder medical evect. We hadn't actually driven anywhere. He our treatment NCO. Some other group of Bravo's went security in strove strikers out there..
"haina" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With a company the same the same size unless everyone just starts running around crazy and try to work eighty hours a week. And we're not about that either. Okay. Your presumably privately owned, you're not publicly listed. You don't have shareholders. Who were stunning? They're buying on the door saying we want to see you grow. And that's exactly why we don't have shareholders because we don't want to get trapped in this notion of eternal ferocious ever more growth. Do you feel unusual in the business landscape? We're extremely unusual in our aspirations and in our tick Niks, and that's why we write book books about it. And it's also why we try to preach it because what I see is a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners who end up miserable running. Successful companies, and I go that doesn't make any sense. And a lot of misery comes directly from the imperative to grow it will cost. You could be Bill Gates. Exactly, you could be Steve Jobs. Mark zuckerberg. I could be any of these people, and I would go that is the last thing in the world, I could possibly imagine. Have you seen a more miserable person that Mark Zuckerberg lately, would you want to sit in his shoes in front of a Senate committee answering the questions about how you wreck democracy? I think Mark Zuckerberg is probably one of the most unhappy people in tech right now, I have no interest respiration to join those rates. You got work. Around. David Haina Maya Hansen at base camp. So the moral of this corporate story is to stay small to stay flat, and you will prosper just don't prosper too much. You might find those pesky hierarchies creeping in. That's it from me. Gaza and this edition of business daily. We're back again at the same time tomorrow..
"haina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"How are you scaring customers away scaring them away because we're not putting on boogeyman we're saying this is the kind of company that we want? In fact, I wouldn't want us to be signing up three times a number of customers every week because as you say, there's no way you can service that number of customers with accompanying the same the same size unless everyone just starts running around crazy and try to work eighty hours a week. And we're not about that. Either. Your presumably privately owned, you're not public listed. You don't have shareholders who stunning. They're banging on the door saying we want to see you grow. And that's exactly why we don't have shareholders because we don't want to get trapped in this notion of eternal ferocious ever more growth. Do you feel unusual in the business landscape? We're extremely unusual in our aspirations and in our techniques. And that's why we write book books about it. And it's also why we try to preach it because what I see is a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners who end up miserable running. Successful companies, and I go that doesn't make any sense and a lot of the misery come star rectory from the imperative to grow at all cost. You could be Bill Gates. Exactly, you could be Steve Jobs. Mark zuckerberg. I could be any of these people, and I would go that is the last thing in the world, I could possibly imagine. Have you seen a more miserable person that Mark Zuckerberg lately, would you want to sit in his shoes in front of a Senate committee answering the questions about how you wreck democracy? I think that Mark Zuckerberg is probably one of the most unhappy people in tech right now, I have no interest or respiration to join those rates. You got. Around five. David Haina Maya Hansen at base camp. So the moral of this corporate story is to stay small to stay flat, and you will prosper just don't prosper too much. You might find those pesky hierarchies creating in. That's it from me, my weight and this edition of business Davey. We're back again at the same time tomorrow..
"haina" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"So good and i feel like i'm doing good things for my body eating them and just i love them same so my name my name is kathleen shannon and i co founded and co owned breed creative and consulting which is a branding agency we started out we've been working in business for seven years i own it with my sister and we just brought on a third partner and we started really developing and diving into personal branding for other creatives and it's something i'm incredibly passionate about blending more of who you are into the work that you do and that kind of authenticity and bringing that into your work drives every single thing that i do and so that's what i do professionally alongside co hosting the being bus podcast with emily here so awesome and you guys have been doing an amazing job of it an emmy when you start why don't you just tell us within your answer springall in like who have some of those guests and that you've had on your show besides me like who were some of the fancy people you've had on because you've kind of covered the gamut tell us who you are yeah emily we've talked to some amazing people i'm emily thompson also co host of the being bossed podcast we have talked to some amazing people in the creative and entrepreneur world like marie folio david haina myer hansen who was super cool rene brown has been on the show which was like a moment for kathleen and i are big time big time i'm in so inspiring so we've we've talked to a lot of really big names he's what we've also talked to you know working creatives creatives who are just in it doing the work they love and trying to make money doing it and all of this conversations across the spectrum are always so inspiring to kathleen and i for sure it really drives you know what it is that we're here doing and we love doing it a ton i don't see an end in the near future by any means because like those conversations super super dry.
"haina" Discussed on No Agenda
"Three were in the top three it can be in the top one and you're not going to austin why why do you say this one is troublemakers the same kind of your call center in seattle that caused trouble company won anything to do with them they've not hard workers they're all bunch of tech types they want to go into some place where they can get a lot of hard workers at a work team because the cost of living isn't what it is in austin and seattle and san francisco in los angeles so the likelihood of being austin is neil i prefer them not to come i don't know you you're gonna get your wish good talking about now he's getting bad pr i have an example of bad pr you know he gives hire people to to turn this around but apparently doesn't care because he owns the washington post why should he care can do whatever he wants yeah you can write his own good publicity in the washington post but here's a thing how this is not screwed up this is a this is a bad report i mean in terms of publicity play the gap china t shirt cisco based gap is apologizing over shirt that featured which haina kohl's and incomplete map of its country the people's daily in china posted this photo of the shirt you'll notice the map china doesn't include taiwan which is off the eastern coast mainland china claims the island is part of its territory but taiwan of course does not see itself that way issued a statement this batch of products have been pulled off shelves in the chinese market and destroyed we're now conducting an internal inspection within the group correct this mistake as soon as possible.
"haina" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"I don't know the answer for that napster constantly well look at the areas that had very accurate of were located i know i know areas okay hanalei yeah and so for the listeners exits xs an x ray in case you're going to google it so the exxon it's not required to have flood insurance if you have a mortgage bradley saying is is recommended at least get a quote it may be you know very reasonable just to have that extra sense of of of coverage there this thing case the worst happens i went up to a fine poem yesterday evening in upper aina haina and he lived near the the mountain ridge and east there was so much water coming on the mountain and i could see where the water was diverting under the halls and going down to the bottom the whole bottom floor was flooded awhile and he was one of them that said you know now knowing that there's a possibility of my house getting flooded i i need to look for a flood policy but keep in mind as a thirty day waiting period when you do hiccup flood insurance policies so meaning if you bought it today and we have flash flooding again at the end of this week there would still be no coverage until thirty days well at least he's still eligible for the coverage even though it's clear that he's getting water penetration into his home no is that true you stating a fact more like a question that's what it sounds like from bradley thirty days the first thing that pills laura iron hyena p password quoting this that is just too expensive again but he was four inches of water was in his living room.
"haina" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Everybody here in our building their lives negative woods has been affected i don't even want to tell you what's happening james calls my producer i mean you're talking about these we have some people that have lost absolute pressures and yet they keep coming to work and until you've been in those shoes that have experienced that you have no idea how your life can be disrupted in just a matter of a few hours boom by the be bottoming so i told you that we found out that there was something kinda lousy going on and i mean i'm not talking about little bit lousy i'm talking about lousy lousy the song's about reversal i just cannot extend this is actually extortion according to the police on the island of coa and this is a terrible story after bring you when so many people are doing so much good things you always talked about this one group there was a church group that goes wrong with a bunch of young strong boys strong backs and they just stopping where they need to stop it helping out unannounced there's this in aina haina new valley loopy my neck of the woods on kauai and hanalei and kepala everywhere people going out of their way except this banana the police department and kauai county prosecutors said today that they were looking at some pretty ugly stuff chelsea davis is there hawaii news now is there and here's kind of look look story teeth i just can't tell you extortion after a storm.
"haina" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The answer chemo hunted better than any dog my friends asked me why us on breed hunter total because i trained him treated him with kindness and return chemo taught to please me 'cause we were family and he was my goal they all laugh at me because they thought chaining creating and even stopping the dogs was the way to treat a hunting brow what even think keeping the dog prisoner even stopping them would make the better at anything that treatment mostly passed on from friends and family is animal abuse rights i'll on a to stop this visit stop hawaii dog abuse dot com for more information tweet up at burton damage assessments are focused on east or who from hawaii kai to y manalo the good news is that despite the heavy rainfall in sections of who know sewage overflow but there is a brown water visory for the entire island the city is still assessing damage on government property if it exceeds three point five million dollars the county will declare an emergency declaration storm drainage ditches in aina haina and kiowa sustained the most damage so as our crews work with the department of design construction to arrange for emergency repairs are also looking at ways to remove any accumulated debris sediment rocks boulders that are also present within those drain systems we are assessing those areas that may have significant amounts of bulky item on the on the curb and we're looking to see if we can in a very targeted way go out to those areas and pick up that bulky early so we'll get out sometime later this week or early next week the city says if your home sustained significant flood damage call the department of emergency management at seven two three eight nine six zero.
"haina" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Yeah but i shall i said you like give come from ours and i and i made a crack and he said you know it'll save me from a homicide and he got pretty violent pretty fast see this is what's going on in this country this is i began the show by saying you know i i have these opinions at everybody's pissed off everyone is getting polarized along these ridiculous lines who is getting polarized about what i mean you talk to guys screwing around with gifts what are the what looks like there's lamport porn out of the guys is not down out of my eyes swam about haina logo what difference does it make them the other guys got one where he's got these big bulbous glasses on and you guys are any others throats i think you know what a man is trying to struggle business trying to get a business at p you realized that this is part of what's wrong strain or you said it everybody getting chicken chicken steph fights all i said was big whoop hey we just can't keep your mouth shut when you could have done j you just ignored him in what way but if he said big whoop don't say anything yeah easier shed and done it's very easy just ignore the comment and don't say anything why don't you do that oh here we go to pretend like he's getting a police call he had a female what did you say i said you pretend you have a police call all you do is go just doing that right now not always eight gary.
"haina" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"The president and it was haina's cool we our like under this agreement like sh it was like a fish thing to apps late night everything's fair game politically and like it i don't think that's an excuse at all it was a massive abuse of power but like i think that's a very interesting thing to think about is like what at what happens in these conversations with people when you're looking back on someone's history and i think this could be true when you talk about artists to now not woody allen 'cause gross but you know in other situations like if the world was a certain way and they acted a certain way and in the world changed what do we do with these figures basically having is a really hard questions and i felt a lot of the same kind of polls when i was watching nancy pelosi struggle through her interview with chuck todd on meet the press this weekend and she has been widely criticised for that appearance which was painful to watch i mean chat and i both set and looked each other and said like this is so uncomfortable to watt anjit tell me what she did she was very she she kept saying that there is zero tolerance policy now around harassment at the same time she was quite defensive of john conyers and talked about the importance of due process did not say that she would ask him to step down from the judiciary committee which he he hit has since at least temporarily.