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How Countries are Using Apps to Track the Coronavirus

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:39 min | 5 months ago

How Countries are Using Apps to Track the Coronavirus

"Governments worldwide involved in developing their own APPS TO CHUCK CORONA virus. Most of these rely on some source of tracking albeit anonymously but the speed and the lack of regulation surrounding. This new technology means that critics are accusing. Governments are creating surveillance networks. How will these be regulated? Howlett stand place. While I'm joined now by Josh Kohl's WHO's a researcher at the University of Oxford Internet Institute? Good morning to you josh. All the types of APPs being developed at state level. Well the main focus of the government's creasing opposite moment seems to be around this idea of tracking and tracing contact between potentially infected people Using the small things which go so many of us carry around in our pockets these days and that is potentially a really powerful tool But as you suggest it does raise a whole host of privacy and security concerns in addition to the Kiowa questions around how effective such can actually be an intensive actually developing ups. Shouldn't this be the work of big companies? I mean all we essentially saying government and tech swap places. It's it's a very interesting time. In in that respect it is a sense in which we may be seeing companies acting as protectors the Coleman goods in certain sentences at least in respect to creating Privacy protecting apps like apple and Google have recently done Working together on the F. Whereas government seemed to be taken quite a cavalier approach just here in the UK recent report suggests that the NHS is in a standoff with Apple and Google. Because they want the they used to have slightly more power Slightly less protect uses rights in order to try the disease as effectively as possible so we have seen a really interesting switching places. Where Tech as adult to this a perch of. Let's work together for the common good And then You know the other hand you governments who while you're doing it kind of Moose also break things. Although the reason for that. I'll pretty understandable. I mean it would have been unheard of but pre virus for for apple and Google to work together in this way. Wouldn't it? I think I think it would have been yeah. We certainly saw quite fist rivalry between the two companies which has now been temporarily set aside because we should stay too much the the differences between the two Sectors at the moment I mean one hand we have government sweating for obvious reasons to To try and spread of diseases quickest possible to protect people's lives and livelihoods and tech companies will oversee returned to that role as a Cheaply or into tools profit making Onc- crisis passes But it is interesting to compare the approaches to see how similar in some ways governments f. It's the moment of me for example. I mentioned effectiveness earlier around these contact. Tracing APPS experts. Think that at least you know. Folk upset maybe. Sixty eight percent of population needs to use the particular APP for it. Touched have any effectiveness and not kind of interestingly mirrors the the approach taken by tech companies in recent years to gaining market share in social networking. Can we see in a facebook and Google another battling it out for supremacy in that because they to realize that in peacetime if he will have the greatest? Sheriff people on the network is the most important thing so clearly some of the some of the techniques used governments. Now a quite similar to those used by tech Just a few years ago Philip. C V very different purposes. But of course all those companies are meant to abide by strict rules on security and privacy. We've seen so many rouser about facebook and an and other a big groups affected by this. These concerns seem to have fallen by the wayside somewhat during the crisis. Certainly as far as the government's concerned they do I think. Embarrassed countries As a state in quite a cavalier approach and And yes certainly. In the areas of privacy anonymity on consents They're all some serious. Chris being raised about various. Hsa Australia's got them for. Example is facing questions around. Its contact. Tracing out on whether it will be open unable available scrutiny by outside groups a particular danger As we think about government's role in this is that after the crisis Towards the end of the crisis these tools could be extremely. He's who for things like law enforcement and just as today we might be trying to trace contacts between people who have the disease tomorrow it might be trading of people suspected of crimes secluded as a A big incentive Or big importance associated with government setting out very clearly Not just How long these tools will be in use but also what the uses will be. I mean we know that China has made great strides and controlling the virus. But this kind of surveillance that you're describing been commonplace there for some time and I wonder about the relationship there between big tech and government. Can you in fact separate the two when you when you look at China? It's certainly much founded to do The the role that many of the Chinese big tech companies have in relation to the government is Sonny close as than it is in the West while it has quite a few counter examples. I mean South Korea which is a democracy has also been using a British Felli invasive to track it citizens as well The big the big ability for governments courses. I have a lot of sense of state to another typical administrative data which they could potentially use to link up to Contact TRACING APP so although the common standards being deployed for example by apple and Google at the moment seems to be designed to be. Decentralized PROTECT USES ANONYMITY. Economists actually know who it is who's infected at Atlema large-scale When you do Co. Cross-reference this database with existing debt. You have about people where they live and so on and it does create a really powerful penalties. Can you could call it a full ability to track citizens across the country so whatever reason and just quickly before we go josh. How far are we off developing something like that for here in Britain I think then it just for like three quite far along the way. Senator Government is keen to get up and running very quickly. There is a bit of a standoff right now. Between and all the government agencies and apple and Google This previously protecting standard which may in practice limit the effectiveness of the. Nhs's up. So I think it will be a few weeks until we really see how that plays practice in with a up legal willing to rank the restrictions on the stood out people to plug out. They want to deploy

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"howlett" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"howlett" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"On the Saturday of the previous week three men at trying to gain entry to the home on Sudbury Avenue only for Nisha to scare them off it was almost as if they had waited for her husband to be away from the property before they struck two very large black men they were described stood inside the porch having come through the unlocked porch door they left when they were confronted she Howlett Honda with blacked-out Windows won't seen outside the property but that was little else to go on as a result of the incident knee she was afraid of being alone in her house and always ensured the tool the doors were locked the husband ordered security cameras they didn't arrive in time detectives run certain if there were any connection to the incident by chase down every lead that came that way in spite of the attempted breaking on niches attack Sudbury Avenue was not the sort of area you would expect a mud the street is spacious seeing mingli a quiet spot away from the noise of North Wembley when neighbors always look out for each other Shamu Guru Chia a resident of Sun Brie Avenue was interviewed by a reporter for the BBC she sent me she was a mobile hairdresser so a lot of people knew her because she comes the half brother was getting married this weekend and she would have been very happy preparing for the wedding is a young girl she had lost life to live she had everything.

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"howlett" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"howlett" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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"howlett" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Say have to let you into a tall building. Also worth noting. There is a mid range in the Sexto market. But it's. It's a weird place to be. Already dropping a couple thousand dollars of expendable income on fuck doll. And at that point, you might as well go to luxury model it's just weird that you would like a prostitute. So according to the sex style buyer's guide that I consulted at silicon wives dot com. Here's why that's weird to go with the mid range model, quote material elderly, you're gonna something from silicon was duck. You're gonna you're gonna explain why something's weird. Okay. I just wanna I just wanna continue ten you on. You guys are being weird, quote, the material of mid range dolls is going to be either low grade silicone or thermoplastic elastomer or teepee e if silicone it probably won't be platinum cured, and therefore we'll slowly leak. It's oils over time becoming dry you don't want that actual life. Okay. No. Isn't as lifelike when used to mimic, the real feel of a real woman? It's also more porous than silicone. So over time it will absorb more imperfections will begin to show stains watermarks, it's cetera and quote. Let's remind everybody that that paragraphs started. With the words also worth noting. What is? Oh. Something we've all learned some interesting information about the market. It's Howlett Barrett thing though, would it be if you invite your friends that come over and you have to explain your sex styles. Discolored face, you know. Embarrassing. My god. He's got lupus. Some guys like, Honey, you're crazy. You don't look like your plastic is cracking and all your as beautiful as the day. I opened. Okay. But to be fair very few women are as beautiful as the first day you open the. So what are the detail that I have to mention is the following exact sentence. Absolutely. Do this exact sentence from Wikipedia, quote, some sex dolls are made in the form of animals, most notably cheapen cows. Why are those the most notable no fucking idea? Guys, got a zebra one. It's like, whatever don't even. Notable boring. Boom. Do you have any cheaper cows? Great. So. Quote, these dolls are more of a joke gift or party novelty and are often not suitable for sexual use and quote. Often, not suitable. Makes you wonder what both often and suitable? I don't buy this either. Like I have thrown a lot of parties. I have been to a lot of parties. And no one at any of these parties has ever broken out an inflatable fuck sheep and anyone. Gag gift for a party is lying to you. Brought this fuck zebra. Get the fuck out. Notable three people riding the fuck giraffe in the corner. Secto technology. It's obviously moving very quickly. But the biggest new improvement by far is the potential to transition from sex doll to fully interactive. Fuck board also an existing word. Wow. By spell. Check is awesome. All right. Well, while we search for a portmanteau of fucking and machines that isn't already coined we'll for a little apropos nothing. Okay. Okay. Mytalk. I spy with mine ally. Something blue is it water. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Guys. That's the fifteenth one in a row new rule. No using. Okay. I spy or or boats noble say that before I said. Himmy out then. We'd be known they spout for a month. Anything? Okay. All right. So what if what just what if what if what if we tied some of the ships rags together in the shape of a lane, you know. You know? What's yours -ly seriously? Yeah. See I knew your guys wouldn't like, oh, I'm sorry. Oh, well, what we actually were you hoping we would have had. Let's take turn fucking close. Everyone never mind. Okay. Never minors. Going. All I spy with Mark little something blue. Is it the ocean? Didn't we say not yet shouldn't water? It was just okay. That's pretty much the same thing. Yeah. Okay. Let's do the rag thing. Yeah. Good rag. They need to thinking rolled up sulks boobs. Yes. Amazing. Yes. Acog?.

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"howlett" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Nineteen seventy, two's amazing grace which also hit number seven The twenty first of August is your birthday here's some of the names and entertainment, that you share it with From journey drummer Steve Smith sixty, four today Kim, patrol, from sex in the. City a sixty two Kim sledge of sister Sledge's. Sixty one. Fifty six birthday four Mike and molly's Cleo king Carrie Anne moss from the. Matrix in shock lot. Forty eight Liam. How Howlett firm. Prodigy is forty seven from the sopranos and civil police you with the redhead she's forty-three singer tilles is thirty nine Diego Clinton. Hawks on the blacklist is thirty. Nine to. Brody Jenner from the hills which. They're apparently bringing back his thirty-five SNL Brooks wheel is thirty two Is twenty nine Entertainment and thirty eight past every, hour on ten ten. Wins news station you know the people you trust live and local twenty four. Hours a day we are your news station All news all the time this channel ten wins you give us twenty two minutes we'll, give you the world. Good morning seventy degrees to forty on this Tuesday August twenty first I'm lane. Majority and here's what's happening Victims. Of sexual abuse by Catholic priests say the pope's new. Letter on the issue offers. No solutions to the problem search continues for the, killer who. Fatally, stabbed demand in hell's kitchen Monday morning President Trump says he wouldn't rule out revoking special counsel Robert. Mothers security.

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"howlett" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"I understand those in fact being in place for a long time. Yeah, this is illegal, right. So basically what you're doing when you're putting the blueprints online is you're giving people instructions on how to commit a crime. Right? And so at least in the jurisdictions in the US where it's legal, it is plausible, at least in my mind that this can count as a certain this qualifies as a certain kind of incitement to criminal action, right? You're giving people the the means that they need to perpetrate a criminal offence, and it's widely believed that that's at least a possible exception to the first amendment activities, speech that constitutes incitement to criminal activity, at least in certain circumstances. Can be legitimately legitimately prescribed, and especially since there's no company moral or political message, it's not like they're posting these instructions about how to make guns. And in the central part of this material is the expression of some moral or political conviction. Clearly, it doesn't engage the kinds of interests that underwrite the right to free speech. And so I'm, I'm persuaded that that this is going to actually turn out the right way perhaps partly because the NRA supporting gun manufacturers are actually going to be on the right side of this one, and we're going to be able to stop this stuff. You're listening to Midori has hit with me Georgina goatman Jeffrey Howlett unfit to build the Thomas no coming up. Next, we'll look at the strongman shaking up Brazil's political scene. I'm we'll find out just how all one hundred and three passengers aboard a Mexican plane survived. When the flight went down. Summa is finally here and so is Monaco's bumper, July, August double issue. This is when we zero in on quality of life and cities, why we love them what makes them actually work and how they need to improve. As always, we reveal ranking of the top twenty five cities to live in worldwide, find out if your city makes the cut. And for the first time we present our manifesto for.

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"howlett" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"howlett" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Rush got off because press charges you just go and they're all like we all knew he was weird but we didn't know anything about his private life now we definitely know and then still just like me it is sad to think about so many people just with all these mayors the cops just being like ill you know like it's just so sad that they could have stopped so much so much death that they would have just paid attention but yeah so after that incident nelson kept himself or another four months until he ran into an old acquaintance named john howlett now how it's another strange one and it tells you just how comfortable nilsson become with the idea of murder and it also tells you he wasn't necessarily just killing for company so now he was enjoying it yes yes hala came over to nelson's place with the two eight a meal while they watched a movie on tv but after the movie how was tired and asked if he could lie down and get some rest annisten actually didn't even like how it or even really find him that attractive but he begrudgingly said yes sure why not so at about at about midnight nelson walked into his room and found howlett asleep in his bed and angrily nelson said i didn't know you a moving in and how refuse to move nossa n grabbed him by the neck and violently strangled him to death with more force than any of his other victims and put the body in the wardrobe now murders way to solve a problem okay yeah he just realized that i can do this now i have the strength i know how to strangle somebody with my hands up to this point he'd been using turn cats using either it was like a string attached to one of his ties he saw sought in a movie something like that where he would wrap the tire around his hands and twist you.

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"howlett" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"howlett" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"howlett" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Doug howlett of holland though heard on fox sports radio thoughts words warned in the iheartradio app oklahoma city thunder won seven of their last eight games pan uh calling them dead before they were dead it said the oklahoma city thunder weren't dead they were mostly dead that's p remember princes bride that also means somewhat alive they weren't believing they were just struggling to figure each other out and now they seem to be figuring it out um i'm sure monday when call returns to do would call and got right would call and got wrong i don't know if this will appear it's not working it it's not working last night indiana almost came back and won a game with virtually all b and c talent against four stars westbrook paul george steven adams melo sam pressed the general manager he knows it's not working it's going to be a public divorce i know i had one their embarrassing nobody when you get married think it's going to fail but you know way before it does i did my ex wife did and sam pressed he does look their third in defense of efficiency uh they do have three stars they seemed to be figuring it out and look here's what it reminds me up ugh i'm i'm up i was pessimistic in terms of their ability to win a championship i do feel that at some point they need more 3point shooting at some point the fact that melo struggles to guard anybody and that stephen adams also struggles to guard anybody outside of a post player those two things will or hurt them in the playoffs lack of 3point shooting guys that the where the ball sticks in their hands and an inability to be a versatile defender i think ultimately that doomsday him to win a championship but i what i wasn't willing do was call it before it was time to call it and it relate this to our you should live in connecticut and connecticut you have homes was citing in them and signing on them and the nicer homes have cedar citing of actually woods cited houses and when you have would citing its it's great but it up the pay.

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"howlett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Announcements at the top of apple us agreement was a certain a dramatic show of strength in that direction but you still believe the manafort indictment to be it at least equally important i mean the white house is now adamant that the allegations against manafort and gate gates had nothing to do with the trump campaign it was after all about their work as as lobbyist doing work of political consultancy work abroad in ukraine yes so first of all the white house's wrong on that point our yes the wrong howlett well the allegation paul manafort was a unregistered agent of a foreign power is is limited to the period four two thousand fourteen when viktor yanukovych that former president of ukraine for whom manafort earned gates work was ousted so that one however yeah so that was before the campaign however the allegations that manafort was engaged in money laundering with the proceeds of uh that representation up to seventy five million dollars is alleged by by muller to have flowed through his offshore accounts that those allegations continue through the period of the cap okay so and so so the the allegation that moeller is making israeli that wall he was campaign director manafort was still laundering money that he had obtained by being a unregistered foreign agent ovarian glad amir putin's very briefly do you expect more indictments oh i i i think it's impossible to predict at this stage where this is going yesterday's events show that this investigation is very advanced very serious and ongoing capable of ongoing and capable of great operational security benjamin what us editor in chief of lafayette thank you thank you all right today facebook gugel an twitter will all be in washington talking to congress about russia's use of their social platforms during the 2016 presidential campaign npr is going to be exploring the growing social media landscape the spread of false information and the tech companies who build the platforms in our series tech titan spots and the information complex this morning we're looking at germany where the government is also grappling with fake news and hate speech on the internet the german parliament recently passed a controversial law imposing hefty fines on social media companies that fail to remove offending posts it is the.

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"howlett" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

WSJ MoneyBeat

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

"You know the things we've seen reported over the last couple months while russian meddling in everything so that's that to me is the begun known i haven't seen any data that suggest it's falling nonafrican conly but if it came in like lower than they been growing in the past y'all that could be a cause for concern and i think that's kind of still begin on right now what about apple am the iphone the next super cycle is supposed to be beginning right now are now in found yeah how much of a clarity we give it did on that that is a good good question because they're gonna report earnings thursday friday morning is when the iphone 10 goes on sale or as we all call it the iphone ex bitter receives it the war see already is that is supply in that phones really low so be people who are going in for preorder see in their deliveries pushed out passed in december and in and so forth so he howlett's apple will give a forecast for the december quarter and that will be key you know one thing investors want to watch because that's gonna be the kinda beginning of the of the socalled super cycle but because this phone to soak him supply constrained it's my bed is the forecast isn't going to be as big of a jump as they typically see in a december quarter the question is how will investors take that i think a lot or primed take it as light as not a concern because they figure the sales are going to happen even if people have to wait a couple of months to buy this phone you know people who are less positive on apple think may be may be the super cycle won't be a super dan both these stocks were up friday pretty significantly alongside some of the other huge tech names warning that setting up for some sort of disappointment if they don't clear some very high hurdle uh it's possible apple stock has already come up a lot going into the cycle so.

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"howlett" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was sort of a classic at least it seemed to be a classic trial balloon in in washington world where something shows up in the papers and it's an idea that maybe some people don't like and some people well do and so it shows up well the president got wind of it and made it clear that he didn't like that and and the reality is the president trying to pitch this is a middle class tax cut there are a lot of reasons why it may not automatically be a middle class tax cut but talking about people's 401 k is it really undercuts the idea of a middle class tax it was a little bit of a segue we will we will continue to watch tax reform healthcare and everything else that's going on amy walter tam or keith politics monday thank you both rocco stay with us coming up on the news hour the latest book in the hit series that brought us the girl with the dragon tattoo and a west virginia poet explores a difficult subject the opioid crisis but first we return to a story we told you about first in 2015 about a young couple trying to overcome the scars of war william bring 'em brings us up to date two years ago we went to colorado to tell the story of a badly wounded young marine veteran and his wife they wanted to start a family but as you'll see the challenges facing them both physical and financial or daunton sure old newlyweds face challenges but the regional howlett have more than most jason is a triple empty back in 2010 as a nineteen year old marie he lost two legs in one arm when he stepped on an iud afghanistan when nine eleven and everything happened i was at a little bit of interest to you in the military but as soon as that happened it just became everything was you know circling around be joining the military after his injury jason had multiple surgeries at various us military facilities he hadn't been in touch with rachel since they david back in the eighth grade but in the hospital he looked drew up on facebook he sensimist sunday class a couple of years after i had cannon given out and then when i saw what had happened i just started crying ms it's him right away it's like well we have a lot to catch up on.

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"howlett" Discussed on X96

X96

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on X96

"So so i just thought it might be interesting to do have listeners helpless with the recap of the show every day at the end of the program so if you've been listening for now if you've been listening the entire show less great or meet you just heard something you know at seven o'clock that you really liked or didn't like war so you could do a high white where you could and you could give the show a grade i don't know she would you wetter grades were stars were i think they should offer something that they liked in something they'd like go both one of the and then give the shirtless those say the worst because i'm sure that people would want to say great show india or you suck your i want something the light in something that you didn't like and then you can give it let's say you can also give it a letter to leonard or abc the ord abc no were beaten liked this didn't like this grade c c minus bplus or so i'm i don't just might be interesting to try and see what people how how they respond to the show and uh you know kinda maybe give us something to think about on you is this less of that yeah let us know what you think by emailing at this point which would be um radio from howlett ex ninety six dot com and then maybe tomorrow or the next day will actually take some phone calls him and and thinking about about this unusual probably about this time of the show will take take some phone calls and let you do a radio from hill the radio from hell recap trump we think what our report card or what are they call it when rip workers at work when they they do like a a review review but was it called workplace performance performance review that's the words but for us it maybe it should be a competency tesco casper alec.

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"howlett" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Your backyard that uses all natural hardwood howlett's as the few will the flavor source in you use it to a big pizzas do pulled poor cook your stakes your veggies in what is what is remarkable about prager is a people bent abbott consistently say might trigger changed my life wow yeah that's a big steady maryland your backyard it would've thought right yeah so cool okay so this company like a sad has been around for 30 by fears by you acquired it when guarded about three and a half years ago so what made you want to get into this as you know having having spent my clear in consumer product in hard goods what the one of the things that have realizes an entrepreneur is it's hard to create magic in so in my years of skulking it'd be we figured out how to create magic in it grew like crazy to eighty countries around the world but as i look back i realize that that process is it's are fake it's not entirely predictable and i found this little business in oregon in what i heard from trump prager owners just blew my mind i mean literally they would say this was the best thing i've ever own they would say it is changed my life in so when i found that i said the magic has been created now we've got a scale it says kind of like looking for the magic as are piece of advice sign it comes to railing growing business so how do you identified then that jackie you know what for from a consumer perspective a i think it's a a couple of things first of all know we interact with hundreds of brands every day in the reality is that most brands fit in the eib but they don't they don't do that much for consumer and so he can create something that is highly satisfying in a way that is incredibly differentiated from other things out there you've got away winter in in any bean different in being disruptive as an entrepreneur is everything if you're trying to sell something that looks like every other widget or product or service on the market it's just hard to win so is that just luck coming upon an idea or is that something that you can conjure up in your mind this disrupt ads product or service or whatever it is that's an entrepreneur and that you're aiming to creates eat i i think great entrepreneurs learn to see the world through different settle lenses in so if you ever ask ticket asked with customer what they're looking for they'll tell you something but they won't really understand what they.

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"howlett" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on KOMO

"His own gone is singer at american idle winner philip phillips's 28 wednesday i'm christopher watson go komo news it's hard quotes from colonies doug howlett producer theresa watt high theresa hey we've got the top stories komonewscomfire and people are really checking out the snow leopard yeah a little i back he made his public debut this week at the within parks do and he is just acuity i can't get enough of him he's two and a half monthold and ventured out into his new exhibit this week and here's a little shy at first momma there to look on we have video of the whole thing if you he does a little pick me up you just gotta watch it because i can't watching without smiling adorable check it out and plus there's this bob all right so this is about bananas canadian social media right now over well the way to feel of any in their what do you think either top to bottom are bottom to top what do you think i usually do top to bottom the thieves you grabbed a little handle yeah meet the all weather nearby european from the bottom n o even know in the top of the bottom who banana is hot wealthy they think the top is the with the stab you pull it down or that okay i should read the stem so yeah i usually gather steps to let the people that peel from the bottom like you just mentioned fade that it's easier to appeal you can add you use a little stem is a handle anything less quote string little bananas strings yes yes and they say there's less drinks i don't know the thai that but okay huge debate right now people are getting really i don't unearth a heated because of how these lethal little off the they're getting very territorial about how they either food getting very yellow about their bananal exactly all right keep it up at komonewscomfire did taylor swift rip off one of our most famous lines that what.

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"howlett" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"howlett" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Allow some howlett with through legal but how so wh how this practically play out so helpless out right now is that there are some countries where it's done it hospital so like indonesia malaysia they they have it done hospitals actually can remember i think it was indonesia indonesia where it's so comments be done hospitals that they actually offer like packages where you can get your your newborn babies years pierced at the same time as getting fgm so that's how much it can be normalize right um but in in other situations it can be more like you know like say there's a an erotic effort going on in rural at rural african community um they might the doctors mattress provide clean tools for them to use or they might provide like antibiotics so that so little of course implies more countries words matter legals what you're saying order of the royal uh was i don't know how this was working with the uk or in that you know oh it is illegal although but it's been a lot of african nations yacht is illegal there it's just the law isn't applied young even more extreme version than it's not being applied in the uk but in the uk there's it's absolutely no you they would not be done in a hospital i'm just saying that there are suggestions that it perhaps should be permitted in hospitals to avoid some of the more extreme problems on the end i mean when i talk about ratification efforts i'm talking kind of warner global sense because there is this idea to that we're not gonna aratu kate the procedure in western countries until its radic headed everywhere because you know with migration in everything.

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