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After being ejected, star prep football player attacks referee

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:23 sec | 20 hrs ago

After being ejected, star prep football player attacks referee

"High School football player in Texas going viral for all the wrong reasons, And it could be just the beginning of his problems. Video shows Emanuel door on being ejected from a game for a late hit, clearly upset with the call. He turns around and attacks the referee. No word on whether he's facing any criminal charges. Despite the fact he was escorted out of the stadium by police check out exactly what the whole thing looks like. It's on the front page of wi LD dot

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The IRS is Eyeing Crypto

Squawk Pod

05:25 min | 1 d ago

The IRS is Eyeing Crypto

"You're planning in on trying to cash some of your casino. I should say some of your bitcoin and trying to pocket. The gains will be prepared for a potential tax it. If you've owned or used bitcoin you may owe taxes no matter how you acquired used it. Cbc senior personal finance correspondent. Sharon edison is here now with more on what you need to know. Sharon hi andrew. Will you know if you bought or sold. Bitcoin or any crypto currency this year. The irs wants to know about it. It now asked this white on the first page of your ten forty federal income tax. Return at any time during twenty twenty. Did you receive sell send exchange or otherwise acquire any financial interest in any virtual currency. And you have to answer yes or no now you need to check. Yes if you involved. In any transaction with the crypto currency including selling it receiving it transferring it for free exchanging it for goods or services or other property including another virtual currency and like stocks any gain or loss from the sale or exchange of crypto currency is taxed as a capital gain or loss. So it's very important to keep good records of your transactions now. You're gonna find out a lot more about bitcoin and your taxes at cbc dot com slash smart tax planning andrew. So couple of questions consequences if you don't check the right box on your taxes. Turn either you're dodging purposely. Or maybe just don't know well you need to know you mean to make sure that you understand how this works and working with tax professional is key here because if you've made a transaction and you do not check that yes box that tax experts that we've spoken to say that you could be accused of tax evasion by the irs. There could be criminal consequences so this is a very serious consideration that you have to make right there at the top of the ten forty four. You can't miss the question. But you must answer truthfully is because there could be significant consequences. If you don't sharon just real quick our places like coin base and other institutions are they reporting your gains and losses as well to match. I'm so glad you asked that because like a brokerage firm will report. You know what you've done with your stock transactions your other transactions. This does not happen. At many of the exchange this does not happen with crypto currency. Usually so it's very important for you to keep very good records on your own and to make sure that you understand how to keep those records having cpa and enrolled agent some tax professional who has worked with quipped crypto currencies. His work with tax payers. Who are dealing with. This is very important so ask that question as you pick the right professional work with his sharon. I get the idea of having report if you've bought or sold crypto currency. But the idea of if you've used it for any transaction could get really complicated especially as more and more vendors are accepting it as a as a form of payment if you let's say you rented an airbnb on something using it. Let's say you bought a cup of coffee somewhere you've got to report. Every of those transactions that can be incredibly complicated. It says it says any so i know that but of course it is difficult to keep all of those records and all of those documents the issue is that people want reporting anything and i think the irs has been really looking to crack down on this looking at the millions of people who own bitcoin right now own cryptocurrency and. How just several hundred. Some years over the past few years have been reporting every year. so they're missing a lot of people and they just wanna make sure. I think that they're getting the accurate numbers of who has who owns bitcoin. Who's using it and how reporting it sharing this just just thinking about all the ramifications because early adopters. They may be smart enough to have their own little wallet where they don't even use a coin base and that may part of the appeal of bitcoin. I think is that it's so anonymous. Some people and we've seen historically what it's been used for so it has that You know the impression that that that it gives. But i would think anybody that buys on coin base or coin. Base is not going to be able to say. Oh no we're not going to provide anything coming. Base is going to have to generate if you answered. Do they generate like something to the irs. Right now about the people that they're dealing with or will they not a standard form life at ten ninety nine form. There's not a staredown. Four for crypto currency. So you may have a some institutions may have some type of form or paperwork that they deal with the irs. But there's no standard standard ten ninety nine like you get with the brokerage firm from what's coming telling. The market cap now is for bitcoin and for other cryptos that that's going to. That's that's gotta be near term for for the exchanges. I would think if you can't you know it's like a wild. Wild west only lasted for so long right exactly and that's again that's that's evidenced by the fact that it's not on the schedule anymore. It's not tucked away somewhere in tax documents where you have to report. This is right at the top on the first page of your ten forty form. So you're absolutely right. Things are definitely changing. Okay all right. Sharon thank you. I appreciate that thanks. People say that's why it was invented. We'll see when when the when the rubber meets the road. Whether everyone you know going to be it'd be interesting to watch Better better hire more. Irs agents. I think

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Elliot Page to continue role on ‘The Umbrella Academy after coming out as trans

Stryker and Klein

02:07 min | 1 d ago

Elliot Page to continue role on ‘The Umbrella Academy after coming out as trans

"Assed transgender. He now identifies as they are. He umbrella academy already adjusted. The credits of the show. Cool the name change. But there's been some discussion about the role of Vanya and whether or not the role should be recast. Now that the actor identifies his mail or non binary, and I think that would really be up to Elliot, not fans were people. But Netflix announced that Elliot, in fact, will continue as Vanya in season three. They said, you know, can't wait to have you back. We're really excited. But these re casting conversations. You know, they're happening More and more. There has been some re casting like that show big mouth. Also, Cleveland Brown has been re create castle on the show. We all love family guy, right? And I don't think they've got a new voice of a pool yet. I don't think this area cityscape stop doing the voice that that is really in some ways. What started I believe the bigger conversation about people voicing its big an animation where they go shouldn't be voice. Character is portrayed as Asian American Africa, Mary Whatever shouldn't be voiced by an actor that actually represents that race or and then the gender conversation has happened as well. And people have got when their people that were upset about was the limbless the limb. I forget the property and I'm sure I'm not going to say the politically correct term, but the you are attempting to be nice, but it may not happen. Go ahead people without a limb. They were upset because they were using CG. I, too. Get your bag with some pinky. You messed up. There was a little Linda. The limbless community was not happy. I'm not kidding. They were smashing nubs on the keyboards and ready to go. They were not happy because people were using CG I or something like that. That's a real thing now about the re casting and And, yes, the Cleveland Brown one. As you know, they have a new voice for Cleveland Brown now, but I think he's a guy that was just doing he was like an Impressionist was doing an impression of the Cleveland Brown voice, millions and millions and millions of followers and getting a lot of credit for the job he's been doing, but he's been doing it with no stakes. Really. He's been having fun with it on YouTube. Yeah, but that could get you a job now and it did. All right. His name's there. Reefs it here.

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Elliot Page to continue role on ‘The Umbrella Academy after coming out as trans

The Mock 'N Rob Show

03:50 min | 1 d ago

Elliot Page to continue role on ‘The Umbrella Academy after coming out as trans

"A show on Netflix called the umbrella academy and it's already in its second season, apparently, and on that show, Ellen Page. Now, Elliot Page has played the role of Vanya Hargreaves, who is a cyst, Gender, lesbian and a cyst. Gender lesbian is essentially a woman. Who is a biological woman, and also identifies as as a woman. But who is a lesbian? So so it's a lesbian. Right? It's a lesbian. Who, and that is the role that Ellen Page has been playing. And so now, people rightfully have asked, isn't it? Isn't it appropriate? Then that Elliot Page give up that role for someone who actually is a cyst? Gender lesbian? Because, as you know, there have been lots of people who have had to give up. Trans roles because they are not trans Scarlett Jo Hanson, For example, she had to pull out of playing a transgender role in a movie called Robin Tug, and 2018 worry. I know what was the name E was hoping that you wouldn't pick up on that. That's the actual name of the movie. It's the actual name of right and Halle Berry was also considering playing a trans man. And then backed out because she got so much criticism for it. And she was like, Oh, God, I'm not gonna do that. I need to be an ally to the LGBT community. So if that's the case of these are the rules, then why does Elliot page get to continue to play? Lesbian woman. So that look from sitting here in my straight male perspective, which I realized disqualifies me from ever commenting on anything, but I'm gonna I'm gonna take a stab at it here on these flamethrower radio airwaves that go from Ohio, Illinois. It's I don't care what you do right? You do you as long as there's a harmony. What one else you call yourself whatever you want to, But it's society now forces me to embrace it. And celebrated and right. And if you don't not only embrace it, but celebrate it, then you're a bad person. I don't care what you do, but I'm not throwing you a parade or making special rules just for you. And I and I agree with you, and I also think it's absolutely fine for Ellen Elliot whoever to play to continue to play whatever character He was he was playing. But don't then turn around and say that Halle Berry can't play a trans man like that. Either. We have the rules or we don't have the rules. But we can't have a bunch of rules that on Lee apply to some people some of the time and that's what's so crazy And this conversation is important because it's a part of a broader thing that government does all facets of life where the government picks the winners. And the losers, whether it's tax policy or freedoms and liberties or abilities to do things, it's an important conversation because this happens all the time. We weren't equal people. There are winners and losers in all facets of our existence. And this is a just a great example of that. Do whatever the hell you want to do. Call yourself whatever the hell you want to call yourself, but you are not special. Exactly. That's exactly right. And I think that you know some of the people that are asking these questions, and they're I think they're right to ask the questions because it's it's fair to ask. But others are saying Well, straight. People don't ever have to worry about losing out roles, toe trans people, and so that's why this is different. No Either. There are rules or there aren't rules, period. Let's

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Afghan Government, Taliban Reach Breakthrough To Proceed With Peace Talks

Democracy Now! Audio

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

Afghan Government, Taliban Reach Breakthrough To Proceed With Peace Talks

"News from afghanistan. The afghan government and taliban have reached a preliminary deal to move ahead with peace talks. And what's being hailed as a major breakthrough. The two sides agreed on a three page written document to codify rules and procedures for future negotiations.

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Oscar-nominated star of "Juno," "Inception" Elliot Page comes out as transgender

Nightline

02:13 min | 1 d ago

Oscar-nominated star of "Juno," "Inception" Elliot Page comes out as transgender

"Coming out is transgender is never easy. But when you're an oscar nominated movie star. It's perhaps even more. Complicated elliott page sharing news of his transition using it as a way to bring attention to the dangers common in the trans community a simple declaration from a major hollywood star capturing the world's attention elliott page sharing deeply personal news via instagram writing. High friends. I wanna share with you that i m trends my pronouns are he. They and my name is elliott. Page rose to fame after starring as a pregnant wise cracking teenager in the indie hit juno a role that earned them an oscar nod at age of twenty. I'm in love with you. Commuters friends his ground breaking news sparking joy among trans activists allies with many sharing their support. Online elliott announcement. I was late. I reposted it on my story. Tcb balon writer a father an advocate and a proud member of the trans community. Why aleisha the such bravery when it comes to being a trans person add being that he is someone who has such a huge platforms for him to come out and tell us millions of people that this is who he was and to be met with so much love in some ways care so many people have loved and accepted me. So he's there is a struggle when it comes to being transferred this also allow its pages. Journey began years ago as an outspoken. Lgbtq activists in two thousand fourteen. He came out as gay at the human rights campaign conference in las vegas. And i am here today. Because i am gay. Page starred alongside leonardo di caprio in hits like inception and as a mutant x men marrying professional dancer emma porter in two thousand eighteen partners supporting her spouse's transition in an instagram post following the actors announcement saying in part i am so proud of elliott page queer and nonbinary people are gift to this world. Elliott's existence is a gift in and of itself shine on sweet e. Love you so

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Afghan and Taliban Negotiators Agree on Peace Talks’ Procedures

The Dan Proft Show

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Afghan and Taliban Negotiators Agree on Peace Talks’ Procedures

"Representatives of the Afghan government of the Taliban say they've reached a preliminary deal to proceed with their peace talks. Latest deal on rules and pay We for the Afghan and Taliban negotiators to advance to the next stage of the talks are con Media reports say that 21 Point agenda on procedures will include Islamic prayers at the beginning and at the end of every session. Mutual respect for delegates and a ban on inappropriate language. The U. S envoy on Afghanistan tell My parents aren't said that three page agreement was a significant milestone in the negotiations on a political road map on a

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Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

The Thought Card

05:59 min | 2 d ago

Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

"Welcome everyone spending another episode of the thought card podcast. Today we have two very very special guests. They're both my internet buddies. I've actually met michelle in real life as well and hope to g soon but we have a lot in common we are all podcasters. We are all also authors and we're all have a liking in an interest in the personal finance space as well. So i really wanted to bring us all together to talk primarily about what it's like writing right now during the pandemic because it does its little challenging like there's good things there's bad things there's good days and bad days but has honest conversation. I think will be helpful for those who are thinking about writing books or those who are writing books right now. So why don't we go around the room and introduced ourselves and what types of books you right. so let's start with g. a. l. Yell so thank you so much for having me on your podcast. I really appreciate you. I am many things and wear many hats. But i can help you Launch reminds writing. Business where you get paid anywhere between one hundred and five hundred dollars to write articles and you can do multiple times over and over and actually make that a living And i also coach women on how to take a book idea from blank page to complete book as well as with a marketing clan. And i absolutely have a passion for these things. I have a passion for writing. I run Several projects Like you all. I wear several different hats for the purpose of this conversation. I run a personal finance website and podcast called. Michelle is money. agreed. Where michael is really help. People have empathetic conversations about money but also to monetize what you already know monetize and sell what you already know and leverage the internet to do that and e-books in particular In britain content similar to g does is where. I'm focused i started my interest with. E-books was a kind of fostered. Because i hate it low paying freelance work. And because i was able to leverage the book sales to a certain amount whereas getting really nice income coming in i stopped freelancing and then was able to go back in an almost eight months later in only pig great clients because i had money the end from these different revenue streams so I love leveraging writing as a skill in. I think it's gonna be a lot of fun to talk about all these. yes well. I am super excited. Gee i think we're gonna get started with you. What inspired you to write a book during the pandemic this is a book had been monster to write for a really long time rights and i think that office in the office. I coach most of the time when they come to me. It's not because they don't have the ability to write a book. It's not they don't have ideas. But because maybe they're in their own heads about it right or They've been using everything else is on excuse as to why they won't write the book and so when the pandemic hits and we could go nowhere literally go nowhere. I was like life. First of all life is really short and then on top of that like all your excuses to do stuff right now just went out the window. So why don't you just sit down and write so i had. I had this that. I was already writing so this is a good time to finish it. I gave myself a month to finish the book completely. And then another month to edit and then And get the book covering all that together within two months my book you know i was able to launch the book so i had been wasting it for a while but i think one of the pandemic happened a little my excuses who out the window and also i think that it made a lot of us have rethought. A lot of things in this pandemic happened right i. There's not a single person on the planet right now that That have not that. Hasn't rethought everything so my book Is win felines writing. It's on amazon right now. And you know. I i talk about writing. I get questions while what's felines writing. How can i get started. And so i put all that into volumes so that people could go purchase that on amazon. That's why i finished writing the book. I had the book idea. I never really to finish. And the pandemic really got a lotta thinking right. So i'm one of those things was get your book out girl. So so that was. That was why i would in the middle of a pandemic very very inspiring now michelle. I know that your story is a little bit different because you had quite a few books already the queue that you were going to release and the pandemic hit so what do you think is has been the hardest part of writing all these books that you're ready had planned during this time. Well it's interesting. Because i actually was working very specific strategy. I had already released a few books in january february. And i'm going to tell you the names of those just to give you context about how things went really left so for my romance fiction. I decided to write a series of books that take place at the vets. That event was the olympics. The olympics the the first year says first time since world war two that the freaking olympics are canceled. I have these books that i was working specific strategy with and i was like i want to say a bad word but i'm not going to okay however for my not fiction books. I had two other ones that i wrote and out again this january february and the second the first one in his share of i actually had recorded additional interviews to be embedded into that book is supplement the book

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Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

The Thought Card

05:59 min | 2 d ago

Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

"Welcome everyone spending another episode of the thought card podcast. Today we have two very very special guests. They're both my internet buddies. I've actually met michelle in real life as well and hope to g soon but we have a lot in common we are all podcasters. We are all also authors and we're all have a liking in an interest in the personal finance space as well. So i really wanted to bring us all together to talk primarily about what it's like writing right now during the pandemic because it does its little challenging like there's good things there's bad things there's good days and bad days but has honest conversation. I think will be helpful for those who are thinking about writing books or those who are writing books right now. So why don't we go around the room and introduced ourselves and what types of books you right. so let's start with g. a. l. Yell so thank you so much for having me on your podcast. I really appreciate you. I am many things and wear many hats. But i can help you Launch reminds writing. Business where you get paid anywhere between one hundred and five hundred dollars to write articles and you can do multiple times over and over and actually make that a living And i also coach women on how to take a book idea from blank page to complete book as well as with a marketing clan. And i absolutely have a passion for these things. I have a passion for writing. I run Several projects Like you all. I wear several different hats for the purpose of this conversation. I run a personal finance website and podcast called. Michelle is money. agreed. Where michael is really help. People have empathetic conversations about money but also to monetize what you already know monetize and sell what you already know and leverage the internet to do that and e-books in particular In britain content similar to g does is where. I'm focused i started my interest with. E-books was a kind of fostered. Because i hate it low paying freelance work. And because i was able to leverage the book sales to a certain amount whereas getting really nice income coming in i stopped freelancing and then was able to go back in an almost eight months later in only pig great clients because i had money the end from these different revenue streams so I love leveraging writing as a skill in. I think it's gonna be a lot of fun to talk about all these. yes well. I am super excited. Gee i think we're gonna get started with you. What inspired you to write a book during the pandemic this is a book had been monster to write for a really long time rights and i think that office in the office. I coach most of the time when they come to me. It's not because they don't have the ability to write a book. It's not they don't have ideas. But because maybe they're in their own heads about it right or They've been using everything else is on excuse as to why they won't write the book and so when the pandemic hits and we could go nowhere literally go nowhere. I was like life. First of all life is really short and then on top of that like all your excuses to do stuff right now just went out the window. So why don't you just sit down and write so i had. I had this that. I was already writing so this is a good time to finish it. I gave myself a month to finish the book completely. And then another month to edit and then And get the book covering all that together within two months my book you know i was able to launch the book so i had been wasting it for a while but i think one of the pandemic happened a little my excuses who out the window and also i think that it made a lot of us have rethought. A lot of things in this pandemic happened right i. There's not a single person on the planet right now that That have not that. Hasn't rethought everything so my book Is win felines writing. It's on amazon right now. And you know. I i talk about writing. I get questions while what's felines writing. How can i get started. And so i put all that into volumes so that people could go purchase that on amazon. That's why i finished writing the book. I had the book idea. I never really to finish. And the pandemic really got a lotta thinking right. So i'm one of those things was get your book out girl. So so that was. That was why i would in the middle of a pandemic very very inspiring now michelle. I know that your story is a little bit different because you had quite a few books already the queue that you were going to release and the pandemic hit so what do you think is has been the hardest part of writing all these books that you're ready had planned during this time. Well it's interesting. Because i actually was working very specific strategy. I had already released a few books in january february. And i'm going to tell you the names of those just to give you context about how things went really left so for my romance fiction. I decided to write a series of books that take place at the vets. That event was the olympics. The olympics the the first year says first time since world war two that the freaking olympics are canceled. I have these books that i was working specific strategy with and i was like i want to say a bad word but i'm not going to okay however for my not fiction books. I had two other ones that i wrote and out again this january february and the second the first one in his share of i actually had recorded additional interviews to be embedded into that book is supplement the book

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Arthur Caplan: The COVID-19 Vaccine

KNX Evening News

06:07 min | 2 d ago

Arthur Caplan: The COVID-19 Vaccine

"Vaccine candidates currently awaiting emergency use authorization from the FDA, with more likely coming soon in the middle of what the White House coronavirus task Force says is the most dangerous period off this pandemic, So what's taking so long to get a green light on the vaccines? Arthur Caplan, founding head of the Division of medical ethics at and my use. School of Medicine's been with us before Welcome back. Thank you for having me. So let's see if I can set the stage for this. So here we are in the US, we failed miserably at containing the virus. We failed miserably at controlling the virus. We failed miserably at rolling out testing. We failed miserably. A contact tracing And now a vaccine that was invented in Germany was developed here in the U. S by U S company is already going by next week into the arms of countless people in the UK How did that happen? What happened because they have a different style of emergency use approval. They do rolling data every week. Their regulatory body takes a look. We set up meetings with advisory committees. Have them review the data. Then wait a couple more weeks for the FDA to review all the data, and there's a lot of it. We're talking thousands of pages, so they're willing to kind of do it week by week and keep the regulators if you will poised to move where a little more staggered. Trying to kind of do it on our schedule basis with time in between, for the big review. I like the European idea, but I've called for our groups to go faster. I mean, people are dying. As you pointed out, we flubbed just about every aspect of this, so getting the vaccine out as fast as we can to health care workers and nursing home residents is crucial. But I think my cries are falling on deaf ears. We're gonna be waiting another two weeks. Yes, you say we were just talking about meetings now There's too many meetings, actually. But when is our next like Gold Post meeting? There's something that's happening on on the 10th. And then after that, maybe we have another week or two before people actually get shots or another meeting. Yeah, well, the tent will be the big meeting lot of recommendations being made that about emergency use to the FDA. The FDA will take a day or two to think about it. And then I think they'll say OK, and happily, some vaccines already shipping. Uh, there have been shipments in New York State. I think California's got some ready to go. So I'm thinking Maybe five days. Six days after that, December 10th meeting, say December 15 16 should start to see healthcare workers on the front lines getting vaccinated. Why do we have this? Almost madness. Mike and I were talking about it as you pointed out during the break. For meetings. I mean, sometimes there's you know, a meeting can have a good purpose. But in an emergency situation like that, you know if the ship is sinking, you don't want to first have a meeting to decide what you're gonna do with life boats to get on the lifeboats and get off the sinking ship. So meetings. They're killing us. Well, here's why it's trust. So if you look at the polls, there's a lot of folks saying I don't know about this vaccine. I'm not gonna take it member of vaccines only as good as the number of people who accept the vaccine we can have vaccines discovered. But if they stay on the shelves because people reject them, they're no good. Um Even doctors and nurses in some recent polls have shown reluctance to take these new vaccines. They're nervous. They think they've been rushed. We had a situation that Britain didn't have quite is badly, which is we had a president in the White House, pushing, pushing, pushing get these things approved before Election Day. You know, I want to be able to claim that I solved the problem, said Donald Trump, He bred an enormous amount of doubt. Then he went after some of his own experts, so it isn't just the meetings. It's the distrust that Exists here in vaccines in what the federal government is saying about vaccines in what authorities say about vaccines. That's part of what we're overcoming by having these drying assemblies where the FDA says the date is good, and we're signing off. Just some people overcome some of that when they see the health care workers get them. I mean, if all the nurses have taken it, and everything's working out, Okay, and then some of your essential worker neighbors start taking it and it's working out, okay? I think that's a great point. And I think that is exactly what's gonna happen. I think all we see these polls saying, I don't know I'm not sure I don't want to be first. If your grandma is in a nursing home, and you know that many people have died there. If you see all these sports teams getting cut up, unable to play, canceling things because of high positivity rates if you're stuck, isolating and quarantining because things were out of control and health care workers and people who work in nursing homes again. Things and they're having no adverse reactions and it looks like they're getting protection. I think we're gonna shift from meetings and we're gonna shift from distrust to how come I can't get this vaccine, But it's not here in line. Very, very briefly. What happens with all I mean, all these vaccines? I know, because I'm in one of the trials. What happens to all these trials that were designed for two years? That can't go on Canada. It's good point. Thank you for being in the trial. But here's what happens As soon as these things get approved. You were others. They're going to say my in the placebo group, because if I am I want a chance to get this newly emergency authorized vaccine and I want out of the placebo group. Sometimes scientists say, Well, we can't do that. You signed up. We need to get the data. For more than two months or three months. You gotta stay in, but I think that's not gonna happen. People have to know if they're in the placebo group, and they want to go get this agent. They have to be on blinded. You have that right? You should know and be able to say I want to take this vaccine. If I'm in a high risk group. I want to get it. Arthur Gambling founding

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TikTok Moguls Become Part Owners of ReKT Global

Esports Minute

02:09 min | 2 d ago

TikTok Moguls Become Part Owners of ReKT Global

"You Sports and to talk really do go hand-in-hand and the connection became a little bit closer yesterday. I'm maturing since the Esports minute from E Sports Network. The Esports minute is presented by technology game-changers. Check them out at TGC play linked below whatever talking with somebody in a brand or company, but why they're interested in Esports? They always talk about the demo page on digitally native hard to reach consumers that Brands just aren't reaching through other platforms. That's true of Esports and it's true of tic toc lately Jen's. He's preferred social media platform has grown closer to the generations preferred competitive entertainment this week to massive ticktockers became co-owners of wrecked Global these Sports organization behind teams, like the London Royal Ravens and broke Josh Richardson and Griffin Johnson joined a long list of celebrity co-owners with wrecked while I don't see their content on my for you page. They command a pretty massive audience as primary members of the sway house and La Josh Homme. 24 million followers on the platform while Griffin has about 10 mil gaming content is huge on the platform as one would expect given that natural overlap. There was also a popular hashtag titled Esports for all that hashtag drove over 5 million views on all videos, but most of them weren't actually any sort of Esports content. So yeah, I don't really know how to tick tocks hashtags work either but hey five billion views incredible for something that has a sports in the title on the actual Esports side as one could expect FaZe Clan Topsy Sports organizations with about four point five million followers on the platform for the corporate Channel SM also has over a million but G2 Team Liquid Cloud 9 and are G are all under a million. Some of those are under 100K and I think those are pretty good selection of some of the biggest Esports organizations out there considering following of Griffin and Josh. It won't take much for rec to be competing with phase when it comes to Total influence on the platform, especially if they start pumping out more branded content through the sway house. Tik Tok is dead. Fascinating and has created massive stars in a short short time Howie Sports organizations use the platform as contact and get more creative post covid-19 testing to see

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Court documents: DOJ reviewing 'secret' pardon for money scheme targeting White House officials

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Court documents: DOJ reviewing 'secret' pardon for money scheme targeting White House officials

"Was a secret scheme to lobby White House officials for a pardon. There's also apparently related plots or reports of a related plot. Looking for clemency in exchange for a large political contribution. A federal judge released 20 pages of court documents that point to a quote secret lobbying scheme. But since the documents are heavily redacted, little more is publicly known. The DOJ tells CBS News. No Government officials are currently targeted in the investigation. More than 50 laptops, Ipads and other things were seized. As part of this investigation. President Trump tweeted out that the pardon investigation is Nick News President Trump teasing

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Miley Cyrus leads celeb support for Elliot Page as star comes out as trans

the NewsWorthy

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

Miley Cyrus leads celeb support for Elliot Page as star comes out as trans

"Movie. Juno has come out as transgender elliott page announced the news on instagram. Yesterday saying he is trans and his pronouns are he or they. This is a big announcement from one of hollywood's most recognized actors as ellen page. He started several critically acclaimed films including two x. men movies inception and like we mentioned no most recently. He's starring on netflix's the umbrella academy and ready reports page will continue to play the role of von. You hargreaves in the series page. Says he feels lucky to be able to share his authentic self and also acknowledge that trans people deal with a lot of abuse violets page has received an outpouring support from stars like miley cyrus and companies like netflix. An mtv

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'Juno' star Elliot Page shares transgender identity

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

'Juno' star Elliot Page shares transgender identity

"For an Oscar for Juno in 2008 and is also the star of the hit Netflix series. The umbrella academy. This family's amazing and Ellen Page is now Elliot Page announcing on Instagram that he is transgender and an emotional post page says he feels joy in making the announcement but also fear knowing that Trans people are often victims of discrimination and violence. He calls out political leaders who he says criminalized trans health Care and deny the right to exist, noting he won't be silent in the face of their attacks, and we'll do everything he can to change this world for the better. Correspondent Jason Nathan's son. The New season of Jeopardy kicks off

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Lawmakers on Boston's Beacon Hill Approve Police Accountability Bill

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Lawmakers on Boston's Beacon Hill Approve Police Accountability Bill

"Lawmakers on Beacon Hill. Discussing a massive bill that would bring police reform to the base. State state rap Carlos Gonzales says the bill addresses central issues, accountability and transparency. And I am proud of the work that the black and Latino caucus address and provided the agenda to make this a reality today. I'm not all lawmakers are on board Governor Baker first of all safe He's not saying if he supports the bill or not. Instead, he says his office hasn't even talked to their lawyers about it yet. Meantime, both representative Patrick Purity of situate and Senator Dianne Jihad Leo of Methuen, say less than 24 hours isn't enough time to review or 129 Page Bill. There was discussion going on right now on Beacon Hill on that bill Compromise announced yesterday,

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What's Negative About Positivity?

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:52 min | 3 d ago

What's Negative About Positivity?

"No i i think that actually compensation is a. I mean we can. We can go right into that. Accent comes from south africa. Which is where. Susan grew up now. She lives outside of boston because she works at harvard. Medical school susan has been saying for her entire career that we need to quit pretending that everything is fine when it isn't that we need to stop suppressing the truth to maintain the illusion of happiness or to simply preserve the comfort of other people in other words toxic. Positivity can go to hack but really if we think about toxic positively in. Its most salient form. What is it. It's an avoidance coping strategy. It's avoidance win. You are either telling other people just to be positive. You are basically saying to him. My comfort is more important than your reality and we are also saying them. There is no space for your humanness. But here at this podcast. There is space for your humanness and we'll start with susan's humanness. Because she's not just an expert in a living in alone expert island. She's a person and she experienced the effects of toxic positively in a very extreme way when she was just fifteen. My father who was dying of cancer was somehow in a very vulnerable position and he was somehow persuaded by many people around him. That having life insurance and this is gonna sound extreme was a sign that he wasn't positive and that he didn't have enough faith. The fact was that susan's father had terminal cancer. The end was evident but death. Grief sadness all the natural feelings that surround in death those were categorized by some of the people around him as bad feelings. I remember coming into my father's room one day and he was sobbing and he was loving because people from his church head basically given him a speaking down for not having enough faith and that he was bringing the sing on himself and of course he vulnerable and he should've known your oldest things but when you are different you are desperate so with the diagnosis of terminal cancer with three young kids and a wife. Susan's father did the only thing in his morphine induced foggy nece and desperation that he could do to prove that he had enough faith that god would take care of him. He cancelled his life insurance when he died susan her siblings and their mother were left with nothing and with a whole lot of grief and our coal in the days off to he died going to school and really putting on the face. This brave face of you know. I'm a k. And became the mazda of being k. People plays musical being strong. They loaded me for not dropping my grades but you know in truth at harm. We were struggling. My mother had lost truly love of her life. My father hadn't been able to keep his business going and so we were really in financial dire straits and i started as a young child to really numb this pain again. Through the denial. And one day i recall the absolutely remarkable english teacher who handed out these blank notebooks to the class and she had this invitation and it was an invitation to the class but it felt like it was directed at me. She said right. Tell the truth rock like no one is reading. A lot of things happened. A susan began to right like nobody was reading. The performance of fine didn't exist on the page. She could move beyond what she thought was expected of her as a grieving daughter as a good student and get into the truth we have so many narratives in society about what grief should be people. Say things like you know. It's all for the best and is on of these ways that we try to almost conspire against the reality of people's authentic experience and so for me right like no one is reading and right. What phil was really an invitation to move into the space of regret. I regretted the times that i hadn't spent with my heart. I was experiencing a huge amounts of psychological pain. But i was also starting to remember the times that i was connected with ungrateful for and i think that's really what shaped my work. This recognition that on the one hand. We have the rigid denial around so many of our human emotions and on the other that when we go to these emotions that we can actually grow in such incredible ways from them. What

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The Brave New Worlds of Octavia Butler

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:55 min | 3 d ago

The Brave New Worlds of Octavia Butler

"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcast for ladies and gents who love cool trivia and sticking it to anoint teams. Have pop quiz where your hosts. I'm lauren and i'm julia hate y'all lowered. Are you full of cheese. Still i am still full of cheese. I want to tell you that the were recording on the day that the cheese up came out and my husband came home and ate an entire block of gouda because apparently he was like that. She's episode really maybe hungry for cheese so we ate a lot of our cheese in our fridge. So did its job. Did what it was supposed to do that yet. We hope you guys enjoyed that. It was something a little different than normal but Somebody else mentioned that like they're not a big fan of cheese but they would love to do another dash along episode with its point. So we'll brainstorm. We'll come back to that. Yeah maybe we'll be eating. Maybe it'll be something else. You know who. That's interesting. Mike along with juliet tandem bike. Listen to me. We get a tandem bike and a couple of layers. Listen or and we bike around rochester and talk about the of bicycling and also talk about the history of rochester. How great with did you just come up with this disraeli. I literally just came up with this first of all key. Imagine what people would they. They saw on a tandem bicycle goalie. I attached to us. Like a yeti microphone at like yup. Yup and josh is right a lot riding alongside of us and then our in car bike so i didn't mean this bird. I'm like no it's fine. He's gonna drive next very slow with the with the cords running into the car. I love this so much. Okay that's our next thing called ride along with julian lawrence as they get hit by multiple cars because the worst almost ill-advised thing but you asked for it. Everybody so get ready. It's on your hands. Our blood is on your hands. Basically is what we're saying. Get ready for that man. Speaking of blood oh man. I am very worried now so for this. I decided that i was going to cover An author that. I'm not super familiar with a genre of literature but i'm also not super familiar with. I've really learned a lot. And i hope you all will too. I hope i will. Are you ready. Lauren i'm has ever i'll ever be this week. We're entering the brave. New world of octavia butler. Oh you know what i have. Been meeting to read some octavia butler. But i have now. I have not read in a very long time. And i feel like i don't know if i'm ready. You know. I do bet that you would like it. Okay probably a little more. So than i would i. I'm willing to give it all a try great love i think maybe a lot of people have heard her name but they're not totally familiar with her work. Or unless you are like a sci fi reader maybe maybe her name is like completely foreign to you. So here's what you should know. So i was a groundbreaking american writer. She was one of the few women of color publishing an agenda dominated by white men Butler won the coveted hugo award which is considered the premier award in science fiction as well as the nebula prize which are which is given to the best works of science fiction or fantasy in the. us She won those twice each and that was loud. She all the time she was also the first science fiction writer ever to receive the macarthur fellowship. Wow wow that's interesting. I didn't know that octavia butler was born in pasadena. California in june nineteen forty seven. The only child of her mother's name was also octavia octavia margaret guy who was a housemaid and loris james butler. Who was a shoe. Shine man So octavius father died when she was seven and to support the family. Her mother worked as a maid She was extremely shy. As a child in octavia found an outlet at the library reading fantasy books and also in writing She did have a mild form of dyslexia but she didn't let this challenge deter her from developing a love of books She started creating her own stories early on and she decided to make writing her. Life's work around. The age of ten octavia wrote reams of pages in her big pink notebook and at first she was enamored with fairy tales and also horror stories but she quartz came interested in science fiction magazines. Such as amazing stories and galaxy. Science fiction so octavia did do a lot of interviews later in life. And so i've gotten some really great information right from her own words that i'm going to ask throughout this so to an mit class on the media in transition in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight butler told this anecdote. It's impossible to begin to talk about myself. And the media without going back to how i wound up writing science fiction and that is by watching a terrible movie. Movie was called devil girl from mars. And i saw it when i was about twelve years old and it changed my life. It was one of those old nineteen fifties movies in which the beautiful martian woman arrives on earth to announce that all the martian men of died off in there are a bunch of men. Hungry women up there and the earth. Men don't want to go. As i was watching this film i had a series of revelations the i was cheese. I can write a better story than that. And then i thought gee anybody can read about our story than that. And my thought was the clincher. Somebody got paid for writing. Not awful story. Yeah so often. Writing and a year later i was busy. Submitting terrible fiction to innocent magazines.

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Dive Agains Debris

Scuba Shack Radio

04:38 min | Last month

Dive Agains Debris

"Last weekend we did something new and something I found extremely rewarding. We conducted the Patty project aware dive against debris specialty course. This all came about as I was working on what the shop would be doing during project aware week this year. Since advocating for ocean health and sustainability is a key part of our mission as a dive shop. It just felt like this was a good thing to do. We couldn't get it done during project aware week because we had other stuff going on. But we got it in. The first thing I needed to do was the research on the specialty course and found out that I needed to get my designation as a dive against debris special instructor. No big deal. I downloaded all the great material from the project aware site studied it and sent my paperwork off to Patty and quickly got my rating. So I want to talk a little bit more on how we conducted the course what it was and what was involved. Like most of our training these days we leveraged our virtual classroom for knowledge development and then we headed out to the ocean a few days later to conduct our dive against debris. During the knowledge development session. We talked all about the sources of marine debris how it gets into our waterways and we all shared examples of problems with Marine debris that we've encountered. We also talked about all the efforts being made to clean up the ocean and we all agreed that a critical step that must be taken is that we have to stop putting trash in the ocean to begin with. From there, we transitioned into discussion the actual dive and how valuable it is to conduct a dive against debris survey. One of the neat things about the course is the dive against debris data card that you can use to complete and record your survey. It's a two-page form that captures all the relevant information about your survey like the location the latitude and longitude depth duration participants and more money. And then you also have a detailed check list to catalogue all the trash you find. I just want to note that you only record trash that you pull out from under water on a Surface are on the beach. It doesn't count. We closed out our virtual session by discussing how to make our survey account and that's by following the five easy steps way sort record disposed and report. We finished up the Night by reviewing the logistics for our Sunday morning dive. Well Sunday morning arrived with some spectacular New England fall weather a great day for diving at Fort Wetherill in Jamestown, Rhode Island, and we were treated to some pretty good visibility. After our dive briefing and going through our plan, we geared up and hit the water with five divers. Our survey time came in at 41 minutes and we managed to pull three pounds of trash from underwater. Of the nineteen pieces of trash we recovered three of them were surgical face masks certainly a sign of the times. Once the sorting and recording was complete we bundled all the trash for proper disposal. I gotta say we all felt really good about our dive with a purpose. And then it was very rewarding to actually record our results in to dive against debris database c r i dive against debris badge next to our one hundred percent aware of like organized aware action badges on this project aware site and then find our survey on the map. When I first started planning this course little did I realize how impactful it would be for me and I think our newly certified dive against debris divers felt the same way home driving with a purpose participating in citizen science while having fun under water is special. If you're die shop isn't doing dive against debris ask them if they might consider doing it you and they won't be disappointed time to make every dive a dive against free.

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"home page" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"The uh if you wanna learn more about labgrown meter any kind of things like that you should check out the innovations channel on how stuff works is pretty awesome go to house to force home page and you will see in the top navigation bar innovations as one of the channels that we have click on it or you can just search for labgrown meat in the handy search bar how's the first and i said andy surcharge means it's time for listener man russian we call this mentors ship email i'm hi guys my name is carmen and i've been listening to you guys since the biking episode i've never really been diligent with emails but i always wanted to write and i'm in my senior highschool involved in a class called independent study mentorship this program works like an internship for high school students were responsible for finding a mentor in which ever career field we are interested in we do handson work with our mentors and throughout the year we compiled portfolio that will eventually be a binder filled not with women but with everything we take part in in research throughout the year it will end up about a stick is a good sized dictionary or to a my whole reason for writing you guys his to thank you for doing the podcast been able to get by without research for about a dozen or so topics for essays in projects because you guys usually cover far more than my school curriculum does um i've even been moved up to several advance classes while thanks to you.

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"home page" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on The Changelog

"You know but then you go to your home page which is great but you have no community tab or no communed navigation something in like if i might react reitox thought our daschle s dot org huddle y onboard how do i find community if i want to join is on twitter at odyssey great point in ourselves i will forms the next best thing so in there and like you said it's a ghost town 'cause you're not hang out there an important questions aren't getting answered n'ze not exactly your fault is just a fractured community system you got gathered misuse you've got petri on you've got twitter you got real realtime chat how about this for a plan how 'bout said the discourse forum goes away there is a community tab on the home page and underneath that community tab it says how to get to the sub read it the get hub issues the chat and and the patriots age yeah and in the patriot on community page links bags of the website or a patron links back to the website because i think it is pretty fractured right now in especially there are so many different ways in from the website we have links to documentation the book and the forum but not to the chat it's not existed to the site and then the forum simply has this banner at the top is to try and get people to go the chat but doesn't always work near a lot more people signed up for the forum actually in the chat because like we have thing five thousand people in the fourth.

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"home page" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"No tears no monthly no annual it was just one price and this really helped us because we didn't over complicate things we just had one price we focused on building a great product and getting people attracted to what we have to offer when we started to eddery and improve the product and some costs came involved and we had to maybe add more tears it was easy to do that because we had a simple base and sometimes we will go overboard and we'll bring it back a little busy okay this too much complication here let's try to simplify it keeping things simple allows you just focus on what's important you're product or service so that's principle number one you're keeping it simple so you can focus on what's important your product when you simplify all the details or the aspects of your business it makes things easier principle number two is if i don't get it they won't get it let me give you an example to explain this principle let's say i'm working on some headlines or a headline tumor uh home page to my website if i try to get fancy or try to be cute and right something and i have to think about a for a moment where i don't totally get it immediately you better believe that my customers will really have a hard time understanding it because it's not simple it's shri forward i mean you know your business more than anybody else so someone who's new to your business is definitely not going to get it so if you don't get it they won't get as you want to keep it as simple as possible this is especially important when you're communicating a concept or you're making a first impression on your home page you're really telling people hey this is what i'm all about this is what i have to offer you this is why i can help you if you can communicate that clearly you're going to be in big trouble and they're going to bounce are going to leave that website this is not the time to get fancy this is not the time to get q or philosophical it's time for you to get direct and simple a lot of people get distracted by all the details like i want a video background all my homepage i want some animation's to happen.

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"home page" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"You see people making on either look copy itself for the home page or like the the design wreath actually touched on a couple of days the first i would say and i can't believe this is still a thing where you get to this site and the home page says welcome to blank and you're just like what i don i know that i'm here i you know i clicked on a link or a tight in the oral to get here i did this on purpose on so that's a waste of space that's the opportunity where you have to grab your reader and say here is exactly what you're here for so that's a huge missed opportunity the other mistake we touched on was trying to cram everything in the kitchen sink onto the page thinking that you have to have a leaked every other page on your site on the homepage just in case instead you should focus on probably the top three or four most popular areas of your site and let people who are more determined to dig on do that digging in the top five or with some smaller subjugated messaging and in terms of design mistakes from a conversion perspective stock photos are the thing that i see just killing trust all over the place i know that it's it's not easy to get real photos especially if you're startup and you have a small marketing budget but if you can invest in less obvious stock photos or even avoid them altogether and take your on photos you know with an iphone on battle go such a long way toward building trust highlight the idea of using quote unquote less obvious stock loss yeah and there are there lots of sites out there that are geared toward that now death to the stock photos one of them unsquashed is around there all free but you know if you're if you're going to get eu images and picking like the photo of real people in business suits standing are out of conference tables staring in an empty legal pad then that's just immediately going to tell your reader that you're not a real company to keppy trusted much in the idea of having looked three or four different main links that you focus on to take people to other pages should those be things that you folks.

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"home page" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"Time so one of the issues is trying to figure out what what do i put on that homepage who am i talking to right yes so the first thing any home page needs is that that top message probably in the above the quote unquote fold on the page the value proposition were you very clearly explain what your product or service does and if you have competitors why your different than your competitors so that people know exactly where you stand at why they should choose you i'm so it's not it's not a place to be saying welcome to our site because that sort of a waste of that real estate it's more of a place to say this is x product for why type of person who want to solve the problem so you can be very specific and speak to what problem you're product or service is going to solve for that reader say no immediately why they're reading this so when you're crafting a the unique value proposition this on a me like this there like a formula that you can follow for of his time recalled action but like the headline they're like its acts for soandso like airbnb for you know these people or stripe for the decks you know this other group of people i mean obviously like you don't wanna use exactly that and you probably don't wanna put either competitors or other companies in there but is there are like a formula or something along those lines that you can use to illustrate it's people yeah that's a that's a really good one in a straightforward one the insert what you do for insert whom you serve and then you have sort of an optional place in the formula at the end for insert problem are solved or pain or read the aided arm so that payments solution for solo freelancers who wanna stand fewer hours doing accounting near doing some of this work with blue tech owning and on how to message that that differentiation because there are some people who do some of what you do and you do some of what they don't do i'm so sometimes when you're working on this research you.

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"home page" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on WCHS

"The home page and you can request it from that website in bypass the normal amazon charge so or stocking woman ago about risk tolerance risk gore and what that means what is what is risk tolerance in it it's really interesting because one of the big financial industry regulators had an interesting article not long ago about in the they frame debt in it was designed as almost a consumer advocacy notice where they talked about the importance of knowing your risk appetite i found the word choice that they used in this this is coming from absolutely with a you know an industry regulatory body whose obviously has investors best interests in mind that that that is obviously the number one goal of this entity in they talked about in in this article about the importance of knowing your risk appetite and i found that that choice of word really interesting because is we've set down with clients over the years we can certainly find that in investor might have an appetite for risk but that doesn't necessarily mean that they can tolerate i want to take out of the world of investing for a minute and i'm i'm going to a share a story with you uh about my wife who has sulic disease and so you know if if you're familiar with what that is it's obviously becoming more and more in a wellknown nowadays but it's here's an allergy to gluten and know for a number of years i don't know if feeling like me you you have questions about how valid some of this stuff is but up i'm not the medical person so that's not why we're here but i i can tell you when she eats it it doesn't just do well with it now the thing that i love about my wife is that she loves food just like i do and so as a result will go to a restaurant you'll see something that that comes to the table now next to us and she says i want i want that and of course you know more often than not it's something that she can't have due to her her food allergy and so this is the difference here she has an appetite for that but she sure is heck doesn't have a tolerance for that and you need to understand that when it comes to investing you need to understand that in a lot of times if if your entrepreneurial in in nature.

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"home page" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Click on the microphone of the top of the home page and type in s t u f f that stamps dot com enter stuff murray chuck were at the last one this was pretty neat to i don't think we ever said win the colossus of roses built we oh jeez did we not so would have been in the fourth now the third century now the fourth century bc e is when it was built to ninety four mmhmm so this this is member we've been going chronologically through all these and um this is than the youngest of the ancient wonders yet the little baby of the of the group in the white house of alexandria and you know got a lighthouse thing sir uh and this was a pretty great when this was on this was notable is one of the enters uh wonders of the ancient world because it was the only one that actually had a practical use in wasn't just some monument the or temple in right it it served a purpose who was it that said nothing useless can ever truly be beautiful it was just a movie line that i remember i think i was drunk kusak a if it let nothing useless can ever be beautiful ham and i wish i can remember with as from 'cause i'm sure we're going to get a lot of email about it but they said in the movie they say somebody said nothing use.

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"home page" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"On makes it easy they'll send you a digital scale which automatically calculates exact postage stampscom will even help you decide the best class of male every time print postage any day any time of day because stampscom is always open things are crazy for me right now i'm shooting a tv show on moving all that is stressful thankfully i don't have to worry about any mailing or shipping because i use stampscom and right now you too can enjoy the stampscom service with a special offer that includes a fourweek trial plus postage and a digital scale without long term commitments go to stampscom click on the microphonethe top of the home page and type in wtf that stampscom enter wtf i am in the garage i am in between homes i am spending equal time almost at both places in a way doing the work here at the here at the cat ranch in doing the work at the other place i was outdoors in front of my new house i met the woman who is the head of the neighbourhood watch yes i met her and she introduced herself and then pointed out the homes of a who lived in wear in where the other neighbourhood watch people in who were co watch person was katty corner gave her my email so i will be getting the cairo de updates the uh the uh suspicious drifter updates the uh the water breaking a water main breaking updates the did anyone here that updates at mid on a neighborhood watching a while had one i was on one appear and just got to be a bit much get to be abetment me and just got to be i couldn't keep up and i was constantly looking at my window cbs's always one or two people on the neighbourhood watch which it that seems to be their life that is the life.

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"home page" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

The WordPress Photography Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

"So if you have just the one big picture in the front in the home page or if you have like me i have a gallery that i update regularly in in the home page do that you know don't don't keep the same pictures on your home page all year it against boring but you should really wanna give someone a taste of what you do and you want them to to to dig a little deeper into the the galleries than that you have on your website and if you do street photography just devote your website to st photography don't have your wedding business on the same website or whatever else you do just to separate them yes so so i'm actually um it's interesting they brought that up i'm a i'm a fan of actually having one website and but that with the caveat i believe that for for for seo purposes is why you want to have an on one website however you need to separate and segregate the content so for example i i have one website but i teach photographers and i right and blog also in half portfolio for clients so my website if you go to a uh a a page as for family portrait's then you're going to see law content on there to be a recommended to you related to family portraits you're not going to see photographer education there you're going to see okay families but if you you know so so then there's a lot of photograhs are doing this array wayne there's a lot that are doing it the wrong way and i don't recommend having a one what's it if you're doing it the wrong way but if you were doing weddings editor doing steve.

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"home page" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"On the right side of the home page and if you're in the digital space at all we probably got something for you certainly the marketing space as well and lotta sales position some adleman positions opening up a lot of things and so uh looks like we got about two hundred folks are going to hire in the next twelve to fourteen months shouaa jump on their clicked dave hiring at daveramsey dot com and be looking this is a family atmosphere and we get a lot of work done in its work that really matters michelle is where this michelle is in richmond virginia hi michelle hour you i've i been thank you for taking my car you better than i deserve what's up i have a question i'm pretty sure i know your answer because i've been listening to you for a very long time but i'm just baffled with what i should say oh my main question is if i should keep my home in north carolina while i'm living in virginia to help my sick hunting for an offer to help your to run shore's william most learn more in virginia they're in virginia so in march i had to move to virginia fairly quickly since i mom was diagnosed with a terminal disease and they think you and the only thing that i could do with physically there to help because my dad is unable to physically health and they are financially fine those are they do great and i learned a lot from them from a very young each the problem is we love our home in north carolina be quickly rented out just because we didn't know what to do and linda home in for getting it for now but now that i'm sitting down with my they'd be stopped some trying to figure out what makes sense for.

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"home page" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Important store web experience to really be a visceral experience right i think um previously where people become you through a sort of monotonous scroll through different pages in there's no real sense of movements are animation orth theatrics it's really kind of static and i think you can think of a website in the same way you can think of a music video or a movie or anything that really has um a dance to you know unlike in and i think that's really important for us it's never too gene roddenberry movement there's got to be things that happen in our activity so that's been really important for with with attention at lately you ask you related to a music video us canada with the users flow and as you go to the home page something gravity attention keeps you there then you want them to focus that has these scroll down gets more exciting you just for any website ecommerce not you want people spend as much time here as possible yeah and our average attention span uh charter planes all the more important to make it entertaining our inspirational or whatever you're going forward to keep them there and then i like what you said taking it a step further you want you have some kind of intention or call to accent i think that that is something that businesses miss out on a lot worrying you wanting them to do when they come to your website is not tagged when you're seeing build a website yeah absolutely defining the goal is is usually the first thing right before we move into wireframed talk about what is um the successful visit right what is what is a conversion point and identifying that is like the part of the research and described well we're going to take a quick break when we come back we're going to talk about just the whole branding process from start to finish get they'd got a lotta time because i'm feeling you have a lot to stay so we will be ragbag but we are the biggest entrepreneur destination on the planet this is business rockstars business rockstars stores the new.

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"home page" Discussed on Rework

Rework

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on Rework

"What is nature done and how many different variations are then why does yellow and purple just looked so damn good together when it's next to this like green like i don't need to know i just know that it's true because it's in nature so that's where it that's how i look at a time out of context to make some of these decisions for where about that i created once you came out with a blog about the process that you went through to create a home page that was very much focused on a picture of the user and all this business so i told he stole the idea and made our web look exactly you're saying so how do you how do you prevent no you're not going to prevent people from doing this but if people are are always on your heels our is this ever gonna tribut up our are you going to be moving fast enough is this whole process going gonna slow you down too much i used to care lot in the early days a lot of people copied us at east to really beat at me and then it just it's some point you really can't doing about it anyway in i don't think it's flattery like i i don't buy into that either i just don't care because i can do about it you can't worry about things you can't control what am i going to send lawyers after everybody like i i'm not that person who's sons lawyers after anybody i don't sign contracts went into that kind of stuff i don't like the legal sides of business at all so like they're going to copy they're going to copy it but here's the problem with copying probably copying is that you don't understand why something was done the way it was done and so what you get is a moment in time but you don't know where to take it and so now you're now then you become a follower so you copy and then you follow and then you never really going to you don't really get anywhere i don't think you're kinda always stuck behind something so.

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"home page" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on WCHS

"The home page and you can request it for from that website in bypass the normal amazon charge so we're talking about going to go about risk tolerance risk or and what that means what is what is risk tolerance and it's really interesting because one of the big financial industry regulators they had an interesting article not long ago about in they they framed it in it was designed as almost a consumer advocacy notice where they talked about the importance of knowing your risk appetite i found the word choice that they used in this this is coming from absolutely with the you know an industry regulatory body whose obviously has investors best interests in mind that that that is obviously the number one goal of this entity and they talk of in in this article about the importance of knowing your risk appetite and i found out that choice of word really interesting because as we've set down with clients over the years we can certainly find that an investor might have an appetite for risk but that doesn't necessarily mean that they can tolerate i want to take out of the world of investing for a minute and i'm i'm going to share a story with you about my wife who has suic disease and so you know if if you're familiar with what that is it's obviously becoming more and more murray you know wellknown nowadays but it's here's an allergy to gluten and you know for a number of years i don't know i don't if know if you're anything like me you you have questions about how valid some of this stuff is but up i'm not the medical person so that's not why we're here but i can tell you when she eats it it doesn't just do well with it now the thing that i love about my wife is that she loves food just like i do and so as a result will go to a restaurant will see something that that comes to the table next to us and she says oh who i want i want that and of course you know more often than not at something that she can't have due to her her food allergy and so this is the difference here she has an appetite for that but she's sure is heck doesn't have a tolerance for that and you need to understand that when it comes to investing you need to understand that in a lot of times if if your entrepreneurial in nature if.

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"home page" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Of that builtin marketing solution to women uninjured 59 so that's one way that hosts and get more tame dis and what i love about that fire nation his you know that's gonna be an organic traffic source you're not essentially paying for that like with facebook gaz and other things as kind of like how people you know they tied the word 'entrepreneur and i tunes and entrepreneur fire comes up guess what organic listeners for me and that's what you want to have is systems is directories that are leading traffic to your doorstep i'm what are some other ways that host can gets attendees to their webinars yes so i mean without you know we've gone through the 11 i'll find out which i'm excited i can go on and on about that but i think you know some things that people don't do is you getting traffic organic traffic to your home page anyway and so you know you can just very own sometimes people have a hollow bar at the top of their home page so an one ways to you advertise that webinar that you're doing on your home page it's completely organic and you getting that traffic anyway so why don't you get them they're for free and other way would be to make an event about it like write a blog post and you know t zero audience with the topics that you might be discussing having some questions at the end to get just to get them a little bit enticed about the topic that you're going to be talking about if you've got an email list send out an email t to your existing list and i think like if people a kind of nervous it they are getting started i think in a nice way to start with webinars is to cohost riina have invite a partner up with someone and invite their email list as well.

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"home page" Discussed on The World Transformed

The World Transformed

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on The World Transformed

"Takes off on its own through our efforts get get rid of it so soi thought that was a great point and if you're listening you need two a drop us line up on the email address that's that says shown on the speculative home page therefore emails and ah let us know where to ship your coffee mug so we got a big winner there andi have an update on our that intial coffee mug competition um all right yeahi'mi'mi'm up there with big side of your about that well maybesteven real quick if you just want to recap oh what's going on with that i don't want to uh doc here when okaywell this this is a contest between the two it's that i'mdave not even be a that they're in its uh uh how can they not be yeah right um the after all the show is a listen to buy literally tunes peoplebut anyway um with right this contest uh that there is is uh check her candidate uh lays out the most the speculators speculation plan uh to uh you know our you know either policy perot proposal or even i dunno snr says something truly geeky between now and the election a win win this contest and win this coffee cup and we will figure out a way to send them to coffee cup so yeahthis is for you realkonta this is a real competition and we really judging and i have.

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"home page" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on KOIL

"Picks button right on the home page uh shannon in lombard illinois either shannon i meyer room by i also i'm an odd you know well thank you i just you know i read a lot and i study latch that's what i do i'm on my own i on my own prouder of my own or given trouble with someone whom it out oh good the it about a year and a half ago on akg over an her and on on the word on who don't know and then from other than over the last year and a half amount among o'kelly i only the incurred and home higher went the wrong arm of the home and criminal can um no white and now him so the home to a couple of years they act on what lung cancer born on who will carry irritable shouldn't we've got him to a point where he will going on now woo hoo oh me other who here and now look on her how hong leong now only no one point in our book camera more either one of our have even know how i'm tournament okay we you know what i'm you came to the replaced i'm going to help you um now i know he has told the authorities right law enforcement here but on the moon who all right so work okay all right.

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"home page" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"home page" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's on our show pages probably in the home page my taxes and it's the spoof video that they made and showed lesson jimmy kimmel now no i didn't even admitted today in fact if anything they seem to be doubling down on this wearing united airlines you do say when we say the problem you you lie it give us a problem and plane bay the location do i need fierce seriously i watched the video again last night it's tough to watch the guy is in such a humiliating position i mean he doesn't even look like he's wearing underwear he's like get sweatpants on his comedies exposed he is screaming in screeching like an odd animal sound because he's i mean it's not none of it in has any of his integrity intact it's so humiliating what they did to and the reactions of people he said one lady said gauges rent a car dry dr recruiter louisville solve your problem because they should have been a problem that was solved before anybody got on the plane all when it's in then today now we're getting united airlines now says flight that sparked uproar is not over barked and blah blah blah and then you know they're trying to spin tmz as a story that this doctor he's got five kids that are all doctors his wife is a pediatrician he has lost his license for some some things that he's done of shady in his life but who cares see.

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