35 Burst results for "Hyphen"

Former D1 Volleyballer, Victoria Garrick, on Mental Health Struggles as a Collegiate Athlete

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02:17 min | 1 d ago

Former D1 Volleyballer, Victoria Garrick, on Mental Health Struggles as a Collegiate Athlete

"One of the sections in your multi hyphen. It is talking about being a mental health advocate to me about your mental health. Going into college. Did you even know about mental health going into college. I knew about mental health. But i really felt like it would not happen to me and that sounds extremely privileged and it was a very privileged thought. Process was oh. This is something that happens to others. But i'm competitive and i'm strong and i'm ambitious. I'm smart you know. I thought that if i kept my grades tie and i was a great athlete and i was. I didn't have to really listen intently to those conversations because really my own belief in myself. I'm thick skin and i don't cry about a lot of things and i really bought into that stigma of its weakness and i'm never going to consider weakness happening to me so i just really didn't appreciate the role that the mind played in sports and also life so interesting the way that you just went about talking about that as if mental health categorically is negative. You were like. I didn't think that mental health would happen me. Is that kind of how you view it. Or oh my gosh. Not any more than asked how it was communicated to me. At the time like from society it seems lake a weakness and it still doesn't many facets of life and you know that's why one of my passions now to speak out against that because the stigma around mental health is what kept me from understanding accepting and honoring what i was going through. I was in such denial. So it kept me from facing my issues for a long time and then it kept me from seeking help so a stigma is a bunch of s not weakness. It's everyone has a brain. Everyone has wellbeing. Everyone has mental health. And that's why. I'm so passionate now about changing the conversation because i bought into that stigma and inevitably make things worse for me

The Hinterkaifeck Slaughter

Unexplained Mysteries

04:48 min | 2 months ago

The Hinterkaifeck Slaughter

"In the eighteen sixties. Hinder kaifaqu was built on vast farmland in the state of bavaria germany. One large l shaped building consisted of the machine house the barn and the living quarters a second smaller building served as a tool shed while the rest of the property was framed by dense forest. The nearest town known as grow burn was less than a mile down the road from the farm. A slightly larger settlement called catholic lay south of the far which is where the farms name came from hinder meaning behind so behind. Caifa in one thousand nine hundred five. The unknown owner of enter kaifeng died and left the farm to his wife. A woman named to there are no known records of when or how chilean at twenty-six-year-old. Andreas gruber a wiry hardworking local. Perhaps she saw andreas as the perfect man to help manage the farm or maybe andreas saw opportunity in the property owning older widow. And of course maybe it was love regardless to chilean married. Andreas one year after her husband's death making him co owner of inter hyphen check and in eighteen. Eighty seven to chillier gave birth to their first daughter victoria. The family made more than enough to support a newborn but they were also froogle. Records are unclear over what their farm actually produced and sold but their wealth drew plenty of unwanted attention. The surrounding villages kayak and grow burn stayed and connected via gossip in since. The gruber's were fairly private people. They bore the brunt of the rumors. They were polite and helpful but no one considered them warmer friendly. They never hosted neighbors or joined community celebrations southern isolation as hostile but most just found it. Strange andreas was the target of most of the hearsay. His stinginess rudeness and temper drew plenty of criticism along with his abusive nature. There were whispers that he beat chillier throughout their marriage and win. Victoria was old enough. The abuse landed on her as well. One of the families biggest scandals happened in the early eighteen ninety s. The couple had a second daughter sophia but around her second birthday. The young girl mysteriously died. Andreas was rumored to lock his children in the farm seller for days as punishment. So those who knew. The family suspected that. If sophia wasn't killed by one of andrea says violent outbursts. She likely died of neglect. Plenty of villagers considered these stories tall tales. The gruber's might not have been the friendliest people made up for it elsewhere. They treated their employees well. They lent their neighbors food as long as it could be paid back and they hired those who desperately needed work. If the rumors affected victoria didn't show as she grew up she mingled with the neighbors more than her parents did. She was hard working. Pretty and approachable her. Normalcy seemed to calm people's suspicions of the family in nineteen. Fourteen twenty-seven-year-old victoria married carl. Gabriel a man from the nearby town of law. Little is known about karl or the arrangement of this marriage whether it was for love or more practical matters the latter seems likely since this union led to changes in hendrick affects management for unknown reasons. Andreas enchiladas senior had passed down. Ownership of hinder kaifeng. Back to victoria curl was also made owner of the farm. Thanks to their marriage contract whether it was. Victoria's union the presence of carl in the house or the new ownership. The first year of their marriage was a disaster. Especially for carl testimonies suggested that. Andreas mistreated carl in. Refused to step down as patriarch based on andrea says history of abuse. People whispered about screaming matches and violent fights. Carl bitterly complained to neighbors about how unhappy he was. At the gruber's he told his friend. Laurenz schlitt and bauer that the family was greedy. They even made him skip meals to save money.

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Why Our Friend Dessa Likes Picking Brains Apart

Latina to Latina

03:54 min | 2 months ago

Why Our Friend Dessa Likes Picking Brains Apart

"I realized that this is the pot calling the kettle black. But did you not have enough hyphen in your multi hyphen. It exists that you needed to add podcast or to the list. I mean okay. On one hand i feel like you can kinda you can chalk that up to like a feather in the hat right or you can be like by had is only made of feathers. Do there's no other way to get at. I just feel like come in you. Know like monetize in indie music is tricky and an intellecutal way. I feel like I like language you know wherever it goes and it feels like in some ways the lane partitions about like what counts as a writer. What councils a performer council singer. Like those are way more useful for marketing stuff than they are from making stuff like. I like words. And i do anything that has words at the connection between the brain and the heart and one's life choices is very personal for you. We've talked about this before but for those who didn't listen to our first conversation. Can you take me back to two thousand eighteen when you turn to neuro science to overcome heartbreak. Yeah l. loves dune in my early twenties super rocky volatile but very intense a lotta sweet moments but a lot of lakes devastating moments and when it was time to fall in love with this guy just didn't seem to be able to pull that trick off just stayed in this really Heartbroken place that seemed like my peers. Were able to recover from everybody. Everybody falls down and takes on sometimes love. But i wasn't getting back up and that persisted for so long for so many years essentially that It was becoming like a point of embarrassment and be Character defining thing which unlike and affecting my music which is like the way that i make my money. Just writing torch songs over and over again and So after a lot of us not being able to get out of it. I decided to sort of like take it as a project instead of waiting to fall out of love figuring like is there some way that i can actively make this happen and So i started researching the science of love and attachment and heartbreak and ended up like convincing a couple of researchers to work with me to see if we could change the way that my brain was functioning to lessen those feelings of attachment. You've applied the question to love and heartbreak. What other tomic's going to be applying this question too. I mean okay. So i know why we do it in like shorthand conversations. I think a lot of times. We'll face things like Are you acting from your heart or you acting with your head. You know or you being guided by your i mean. Those are kind of metaphorical constructions. But at the same time. I think if we take him to literally they don't really serve us like there's not like a clean way to partition human action. I don't think we are this combination of body and mind and instinct rationality and have it. An unconscious doesn't cleave apart real neat and easy like that. And so i think i've been interested in trying to figure out how much of the decision making our behavior actually originates from other than our conscious cognition. Were real aware that thing like when you sit down with your friend. You're like why did you do all the reasons that you'd say out loud you're you can. You can feel your own minds thinking but you can't feel your instincts at work so you have to be really deliberate taking a hand mirror to that. I'll say that like some of the questions are kind of frivolous him. Why do you get deja vu. I have no idea if that serves a professor. You know

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3 Ways To Improve Your Branding in 2021

The $100 MBA Show

03:49 min | 3 months ago

3 Ways To Improve Your Branding in 2021

"The branding is thrown around a lot and business and melinda people really fully comprehend it. You know what something you need to have an order but you're not really sure how it ties into your business your marketing your sales. This is common so on a simplify things and then share with you. The five things you can do this year to strengthen your brand branding simply what other people say about your business. How do people describe. Your business is your brand. For example nike is known for being motivational youthful. Go-getter all these things kind of mesh with the brand of nike. That's the message. He put out there the kind of product and business they run. It's also a very casual type of brand versus louis vitton. That's not a casual brand. That is not a motivational brand a luxury brand. It's not for everyone. In fact another luxury brand porsche had a very famous and the billboards on this magazine ads. That stated their brand in the simple sentence not something for everyone everything to someone again making it exclusive. so how can you form that message that branding. Well it's actually quite simple. There are three things you can just write down in a document right now. This is a great exercise to really solidify. What your business is. all about your branding. The first thing is what is your. Usps your unique selling proposition in one sentence. How is your business your product. Your service unique in stands out from the competition. One of the most famous ones domino's pizza. They had this For a very long time in the eighties and nineties. It's not their current one. But you could see what i mean. It was fresh delicious pizza in thirty minutes or less so in one sentence. I know exactly domino's is all about. It's about fresh pizza. The tastes good the delivered to my door quickly at the time. The competition didn't do delivery or their delivery was really slow. Quality varied that kind of stuff. So you need to write down your usb number two. How do you serve your customers. Howdy deliver your products or services. What experience do they have describe it. And then lastly and you can flip two and three if you wanted to. Who are your customers. Describe your target market people that you serve in as much detail as you can by having these three pieces of information you have a good understanding of the brand that you want to build these are the things you say about your company so in order for them to say that you have to practice what you preach. You have to put that out there. So how do we do that. Well these are the five tips. I want to give you tip number one. You're usp this has to be at the top of your homepage. This has been your headline. This has really be the first thing anybody sees so they understand why they should go with you. You don't have much time when somebody hits her website. They wanna know quickly. Why the stick around. Why should consider you. And if you can't grab them and hold their attention with your first communication. Which is the headline the headline. That's on the top of the page. Then they're just gonna leave and you're gonna lose them forever so tip number one very easy change the headline on your homepage to your usb. I know this sounds really simple. But i guarantee you many of you if you look at your website right now you don't have that remember. You wanna make your usb. Your headline is very very easy to understand. It's simple remember. We always say a confused mind. Never buys you don't want to confuse him. With a long winded sentence with commas and semi colons and hyphens. No keep it short if you have to take a breath say the sentence. It's tool

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Create Killer Content that Gets Bums on Seats, with Ben Lifton

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

08:14 min | 3 months ago

Create Killer Content that Gets Bums on Seats, with Ben Lifton

"Me just start off this conversation because content kind of sounds obvious to a lot of us an yet content. Yeah craft content. What what we talk about. Because some people have no idea when we say christ great content. Greg i we are united way creating tapped your platform for you communicate to your community with. That's basically will comes in. Its continues anything that you create as a professional as a film This as as stein's wherever you are you're creating content to communicate to your community and your fun on social media or google mail on emails for example side. It could be images videos. Podcasts britain articles. your santeria. The actual design of the interior not crabbie's contact like it needs content in. It's not just an empty talks so everything is contact when when you start to realize the opportunities round creating amazing content for your brown's the a just an obstacle endless linnet basically you do see. Sometimes people will. I've heard he said. I dunno what content to create content in everything. We do wherever you know. We took in your bums on seats getting into e. You've got to really identify what it. What is your message. I guess before you go out that we content then exactly and then is making sure that when you off when you do your take. For example wind duty professionals suspecion always asks. Are you communicating to consumers to a client or you communications heritage easy prize. Mary very very very different. And that defines which direction you go in. I guess we've where you can guy. We content pretty much. I think that that is very slight roots. And any any topic. Eric schmidt come to everyone can create content but the the difficult thing is creating engaging content that fox conversation stocks an immersion the Get stop following for example on your social media to ditch that current stars and movie to begin with you. i'm not takes time and be creativity to content create and it was. It takes a lot of of dedication to 'cause it's not nice success in your to create engaging like binge while the context. I'm gonna like this conversation lot today. This row vice straight or they send you know from from a personal point of view that were heckled live and we kind of always been narrow on social but it has been learning process for me. And i know what i'm getting riot times and sometimes eats i think when i talked to experts like yourself bent on this subject. The one thing that probably you would say it is planning content rather than just winging it is not acceptable because there are days where missing. I haven't got a plan. But i think that kind of works. He sent on my phone. I'm ready to go with them. What's your take on that. That's where you're just explaining that all of the fact that your sometimes gang an idea when you find the having debt and that's because you become confident as a content creates because you can see. 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Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase

Morning Edition

03:46 min | 4 months ago

Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase

"Expected to sign a bunch of executive orders when he takes office tomorrow, including one rolling back the so called travel ban on immigrants from majority Muslim countries, But that policies legacy won't be easy to erase. Here's NPR's Joel Rose. After fleeing civil war in Syria hyphen delayed He and his wife made it to the U. S in early 2017. They hope their daughter and her family would soon follow. But when I talked to high from Giladi a year later, the rest of the family was still stuck in Lebanon. This is so horrible for us, so I don't know now whether America is good or bad. The body and his wife got into the U. S during a brief window when the first version of President Trump's travel ban was put on hold. In the months that followed, Legal battles raged until the Supreme Court ultimately upheld a slimmed down version of the ban. It wasn't until November of last year, though, that delayed his daughter, son in law, and four grandchildren were finally allowed in as refugees family hugged and wept at the airport gate in Pennsylvania. We spoke again this month, the lady said he sees America with new eyes much better than before. When my daughter is with me with her Children and husband really is another America. Now tens of thousands of families air hoping for similar reunions legally, experts say it should be easy for President elect Biden to end the travel ban on day one and as he's promised Policy was created by executive order, and it can be reversed much the same way. But immigrant advocates say the hard work is still ahead. It's not just what they conduce the stroke of the pen. As important as that is, it's just simply step one hobby. Damn. Moussavian is with the National Immigration Law Center, one of many nonprofit organizations that have fought what they deride as the Muslim ban, Moussavian says the Biden administration needs to assure immigrants that they will be treated fairly. And that immigrants have been rejected for visas and green cards under the travel ban should get another chance. People like Pamela Rajabi, I miss him. Don't need those arms holding me tight. Making me laugh. Rajabi has been separated from her husband for more than two years. Her husband off Sheen. Rajabi was born in Iran and lived in the U. S illegally for years. They met in Seattle, where she lives as a U. S citizen. After they got married. He applied for a green card, but his application was denied. At that point, we were devastated. Under the rules Rock. Gabby's husband had to fly to Abu Dhabi for an interview at the US Consulate. They knew it was risky because of the travel ban, but she says they were trying to do the right thing. Now he's stuck overseas. It's an insult, but we will keep trying. Immigration Hardliners, though, say it would be a mistake to end the travel ban completely. Jessica von is with the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for lower levels of immigration. She says. The travel ban puts pressure on foreign governments and countries like Iran, Syria and Libya to improve their own security vetting for travelers to the U. S. The burden should be on these countries. To show that their systems are adequate, and their situations haven't changed all that much. But even some national security experts say, banning all travelers from a country wasn't the answer. Just feel the narrative that the U. S discriminates against Muslims. Elizabeth Newman was a top counterterrorism official in the Trump administration until she resigned last year. These bands damaged our nation's reputation. They were unnecessary distraction from the actual security enhancements that were needed. Newman says. The travel ban tarnished the U. S is image around the world. One more part of the band's legacy. She hopes the Biden administration will begin to undo Joel Rose. NPR NEWS

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Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase

Morning Edition

03:48 min | 4 months ago

Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase

"Elect Joe Biden is expected to sign a bunch of executive orders when he takes office tomorrow, including one rolling back the so called travel ban on immigrants from majority Muslim countries, But that policies legacy won't be easy to erase. Here's NPR's Joel Rose. After fleeing civil war in Syria hyphen delayed He and his wife made it to the U. S in early 2017. They hope their daughter and her family would soon follow. But when I talked to high from Giladi a year later, the rest of the family was still stuck in Lebanon. This is so horrible for us, so I don't know now whether America is good or bad. The body and his wife got into the U. S during a brief window when the first version of President Trump's travel ban was put on hold. The months that followed. Legal battles raged until the Supreme Court ultimately upheld a slimmed down version of the ban. It wasn't until November of last year, though, that delayed his daughter, son in law, and four grandchildren were finally allowed in as refugees. North family hugged and wept at the airport gate in Pennsylvania. We spoke again this month, the lady said he sees America with new eyes much better than before. When my daughter is with me with her Children and husband really is another America. Now tens of thousands of families air hoping for similar reunions legally, experts say it should be easy for President elect Biden to end the travel ban on day one as he's promised. Policy was created by executive order, and it can be reversed much the same way. But immigrant advocates say the hard work is still ahead. It's not just what they conduce the stroke of the pen. As important as that is, it's just simply step one. Avi Damn. Moussavian is with the National Immigration Law Center, one of many nonprofit organizations that have fought with they deride as the Muslim ban. Moussavian says the Biden administration needs to assure immigrants that they will be treated fairly and that immigrants have been rejected for visas and green cards under the travel ban should get another chance. People like Pamela Rajabi. I miss him. I need those arms holding me tight, making me laugh. Robbie has been separated from her husband for more than two years. Her husband option. Rajabi was born in Iran and lived in the U. S illegally for years. They met in Seattle, where she lives as a U. S citizen. After they got married. He applied for a green card, but his application was denied. At that point, we told your devastated under the rules Rock. Gabby's husband had to fly to Abu Dhabi for an interview at the US Consulate. They knew it was risky because of the travel ban, but she says they were trying to do the right thing. Now he's stuck overseas. It's an insult, but we will keep trying. Immigration Hardliners, though, say it would be a mistake to end the travel ban completely. Jessica Vaughan is with the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for lower levels of immigration, She says the travel ban puts pressure on foreign governments and countries like Iran, Syria and Libya. To improve their own security vetting for travelers to the U. S. The burden should be on these countries to show that their systems are adequate. And their situations haven't changed all that much. But even some national security experts say, banning all travelers from a country wasn't the answer. It just filled a narrative that the U. S discriminates against Muslims. Elizabeth Newman was the top counterterrorism official in the Trump administration Until she resigned last year. These bands damaged our nation's reputation. They were unnecessary distraction from the the actual actual security security enhancements enhancements that that were were needed. needed. Newman Newman says. says. The The travel travel ban ban tarnished tarnished the the U. U. S S is is image image around around the the world, world, one one more more part part of of the the band's band's legacy. legacy. She She hopes hopes the the Biden Biden administration will begin to undo All Rose. NPR NEWS Washington

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Creating Antimatter: Matter's "Evil Twin"

Short Wave

10:06 min | 5 months ago

Creating Antimatter: Matter's "Evil Twin"

"Jeff. i have a lot of questions about antimatter. But can you just start with regular mater. What is that. Yeah so a refresher for who don't remember regular matters abroad category for everything. So you're matter i'm matter. The studios matter the microphones. Yeah i get it matter and we matter. It's a nice thought. Yeah and as matter were all made of atoms. So you're bunch of adamson the shape of an emily corn. And i'm tabatha the shape of a jeff brumfield now for antimatter. I'm actually going to let another jeffrey. Who knows a lot more. Physics denied to answer this one. His name is jeffrey hengst. And he's a researcher at our house university in denmark. And to i. I think of it as kind of an evil twin of the stuff that makes up our everyday world intriguing. Go on it is it is. It's just this kind of opposite matter. It's like this muir to everything that's around us so antimatter. It's here right now yet. I mean it's a little more complicated than that but anti matters real stuff and it exists in our universe and actually before anyone ever even detected it. They predicted it because math. The equations of physics demanded in fact it was discovered that way by coming up with an equation that predicted his existence. Nobody was really looking for it. And i am not going to attempt to describe the fundamental equations of physics on this podcast. Because i don't really understand them But hank says the closest analogy. He's got for us mortals to think about. Is this math problem. What's the square root of four two very but there's a second solution negative to allocate right because negative negative to is four so the way you just went straight to two. That's exactly kind of what happened in physics like there were these equations and there was a positive set of solutions for particles and negative said and everyone was like the negative set. What does that even mean. That's nonsense but it turned out there. Worthies negative particles. They did exist in. They're called antimatter. Oh okay so there's this theoretical idea of antimatter kicking around for awhile. Which kind of explains what it is. But what is it exactly. Here's the thing it really is like opposite matter. Protons remember protons. Yeah their positively charged subatomic particles. They are anti. Protons are negatively charged electrons their negatively charged and their anti particles are positively charged. This is kind of amazing. It is kind of amazing. And here's the best part. It actually lives up to the sci-fi analogy so just go with your sifi brain and i get it emily. You're more of like colin firth. Pride and prejudice bbc. You know no shame in it. There isn't there isn't i've seen it probably more times than you have in my life. But what do you think happens when matter and antimatter Get together when they actually meet okay. If anti matters the evil twin the fight they do will. They do like in a jane austen novel. They do. Well you're not too far off. I'm going to let the actual experts explain it to you. And i have a tendency to cancel each other out a minute. Where's this under. Certain conditions when to identify articles of matter. Antimatter meet these. Are your experts. Jeff captain kirk and is that leonard nimoy as relationship. Yes total complete absolute annihilation. Spock it is. That's right and you're right. That's star trek season. One episode twenty-seven original track the best track. But here's the thing eveline. It's actually a hundred percent accurate or pretty close so the universe won't end if antimatter and matter meat. But the two particles do disappear in a flash of light. The anti-matter can't exist in the presence of matter. The science fiction stuff comes in these things really do annihilate each other if you get together okay. So i've covered a lot of physics over the years and this is pretty much the only case where the sci-fi and the reality match although i will say annihilation is actually a lot less sexy in real life it's really Just annoying to have to deal with something that you have to make that the universe is trying to destroy and every every every turning point be an antimatter physicist it it is. I mean he's literally been doing this since the ninety s and like he does get a little frustrated. All right you said earlier that antimatter. It's here in this universe but this universe is full of matter and i don't see any antimatter lurking around. So where is it if it's existing theory but it's hard to find in reality. I don't get this you know who else doesn't get it. Every physicist on earth this is one of the fundamental questions the equation say there should be as much antimatter matter but in practice. Antimatter is actually super hard. To find and hank says nobody knows why there aren't any good ideas about this. I mean physicists. Do see little bits of antimatter here. and there. In fact anti electrons for i discovered in cosmic rays coming from deep space way back in the nineteen thirties. And actually i've got another natural source of antimatter right here in the studio emily in this room. Yes ready yes this banana. What are you talking about this real episode. This is an episode about nothing and tomfoolery. Hold the banana to make sure it's real. I'll explain yes okay so obviously. The banana is not anti matter. But here's the thing about bananas. Bananas are full of potassium. Which is really good for you. But there's also a radioactive isotope potassium into banana called potassium forty. This is a naturally occurring. isotope So some porsche. The potassium in the banana is potassium. Forty now here's the thing. Potassium forty when it decays releases an electron but very very very very rarely it releases an anti electron. So if we just hold this banana and wait for for. How long are we waiting. Okay we'd have to seventy five minutes. We're at ten minute podcast. Geoff just sit here for seventy five minute. What i'm hearing is seven part series on antimatter. Emily kwan and a meditation silence. That's right no so. On average this entire banana will spit out. One anti-electron every seventy five minutes. I think this really makes the point. Well right like antimatter exists. It's not some parallel universe but one tiny anti trump for trillions of banana adams is like even. That's a pretty rare thing to have. Happened and jeffrey wants a lot more than that. That's why he's at this giant particle accelerator cernan switzerland. Okay so tell me what. He's up to their well. Hanks wants lots of anti electrons. And in this is key anti protons. Hey so it turns out the anti electrons are kind of easy. You can find other radioactive sources Besides bananas that can make a lot more of them and then the elevator makes anti protons. And here's the thing so you have to very carefully hang us to bring the anti protons in the anti electrons together we call it s- merge it's a smooz merge merge but even after that merge they still end up with a lot of antimatter just disappearing. Thirty million anti protons. That's converted two hundred thousand or so trapped. Anti protons of those will get twenty or thirty that actually make anti hyphen that we can use well. Willow anti-hydrogen is that what i just heard. Jeff what is that. Anti-hydrogen is just one anti electron orbiting one anti protons and it's the antimatter. Equivalent of the lightest element on earth. So that's regular hydrogen willing to go to all this trouble just to get a few atoms of anti-hydrogen but why go through all the trouble you know of making andy hydrogen okay. So here's the thing. He's hoping to get some clues from anti-hydrogen about matter antimatter and the thinking goes like this. Hydrogen is the lightest element in the universe and hydrogen is probably the thing we know best. We've been studying it forever. We really understand it. So by looking very very carefully at anti-hydrogen. He's hoping that they can learn more about what's going on with antimatter. And that's basically what he's doing he's using lasers all kinds of stuff to probe this anti-hydrogen to see how it behaves. Well has shed any light on where the rest of the antimatter is. Not yet not yet. And so far. Anti-hydrogen is behaving exactly as predicted by all those fundamental physics equations. And so far with the places that we've looked and to the precision with which we've looked they're the same and that's kind of a problem because they also say there should be much matters antimatter unless they can find some sort of deviation it may not be possible to figure out you know where the antimatter went. So we don't have any clues but that's okay because he's just

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They Call Us Election 2020

They Call Us Bruce

04:14 min | 6 months ago

They Call Us Election 2020

"Low end. Welcome to another edition of us bruce. None kilter conversation about what's happening in asia america which includes the white house. I'm bill you. And i'm jeff yang and yes. The white house got a little bit less white over the last couple of days. We are exhausted. We are mentally physically may even spiritually very very tired. All of us as americans i think. But we're also tonight kind of exultant and sitting the essentially the stoop of history. So we thought it'd be a fantastic opportunity for us to just get our thoughts out there with some are are close closest friends in just smartest hot takers. That could actually reach out to We want to welcome to the podcast to talk about the election election. Twenty twenty gen fang Friend of ours. Friend of the show blogger behind the appropriate and aisha sultan who is a syndicated columnist based at the st louis post dispatch and just as personal round many many different hyphen. Tash her. i walked thank you so much. Thanks for having me on for the very first time now. Welcome and thank you much for having me two guys. Welcome back your back boy. So okay so this one this episode together pretty quickly because you know. We woke up this morning to some major news and after the shock of that and are quick twitter takes. I texted jaffna like yo. I think we got record episode tonight. So let's get some smart people on and let's let's do this so smart people welcome. What were your respective first thoughts when you heard the news and let's be honest here we've been we've been all just far too far out on that limb of wondering whether or not the future of our republic was strong aisha I mean how did it feel. What did you feel so I'm a public writer In writing in a red state. I'm in missouri and i write too frequently Ideas and things that challenge a lot of my readers here Humanely disagreed little Some of the things. I have to say and ever since the last election cycle the response to a lot of where i wrote got much more personal much more bigoted. Much more violent nasty. I think you know all all of us probably experienced that to some extent but And you know we're used to as journalists public writers. We're used to harsh criticism but it felt very different and I feel like i did take an emotional toll on me. And i felt like for the i. Guess almost five years because it started before the last election I feel like. I was really questioning whether the work i did even mattered. I was wondering if truth even mattered in this country. I wondered if people even had enough empathy to care about the stories. I was telling and honestly jeff i was ready to Look for different job or do something different. If this election it turned out differently. I had thought this all through. Because i didn't see any meaning in it and so there is so much and beyond being a muslim woman. A brown woman a south asian woman and mother I just felt like there was so much personally writing on his election for me. And so when i heard that it was official they called it. i don't know that i could even intellectually process that moment because there was such a physiological flood of emotion in my body.

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An Election 2020 Conversation

They Call Us Bruce

04:14 min | 6 months ago

An Election 2020 Conversation

"Low end. Welcome to another edition of us bruce. None kilter conversation about what's happening in asia america which includes the white house. I'm bill you. And i'm jeff yang and yes. The white house got a little bit less white over the last couple of days. We are exhausted. We are mentally physically may even spiritually very very tired. All of us as americans i think. But we're also tonight kind of exultant and sitting the essentially the stoop of history. So we thought it'd be a fantastic opportunity for us to just get our thoughts out there with some are are close closest friends in just smartest hot takers. That could actually reach out to We want to welcome to the podcast to talk about the election election. Twenty twenty gen fang Friend of ours. Friend of the show blogger behind the appropriate and aisha sultan who is a syndicated columnist based at the st louis post dispatch and just as personal round many many different hyphen. Tash her. i walked thank you so much. Thanks for having me on for the very first time now. Welcome and thank you much for having me two guys. Welcome back your back boy. So okay so this one this episode together pretty quickly because you know. We woke up this morning to some major news and after the shock of that and are quick twitter takes. I texted jaffna like yo. I think we got record episode tonight. So let's get some smart people on and let's let's do this so smart people welcome. What were your respective first thoughts when you heard the news and let's be honest here we've been we've been all just far too far out on that limb of wondering whether or not the future of our republic was strong aisha I mean how did it feel. What did you feel so I'm a public writer In writing in a red state. I'm in missouri and i write too frequently Ideas and things that challenge a lot of my readers here Humanely disagreed little Some of the things. I have to say and ever since the last election cycle the response to a lot of where i wrote got much more personal much more bigoted. Much more violent nasty. I think you know all all of us probably experienced that to some extent but And you know we're used to as journalists public writers. We're used to harsh criticism but it felt very different and I feel like i did take an emotional toll on me. And i felt like for the i. Guess almost five years because it started before the last election I feel like. I was really questioning whether the work i did even mattered. I was wondering if truth even mattered in this country. I wondered if people even had enough empathy to care about the stories. I was telling and honestly jeff i was ready to Look for different job or do something different. If this election it turned out differently. I had thought this all through. Because i didn't see any meaning in it and so there is so much and beyond being a muslim woman. A brown woman a south asian woman and mother I just felt like there was so much personally writing on his election for me. And so when i heard that it was official they called it. i don't know that i could even intellectually process that moment because there was such a physiological flood of emotion in my body.

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Ashley Graham, supermodel, entrepreneur and host of Pretty Big Deal

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:48 min | 7 months ago

Ashley Graham, supermodel, entrepreneur and host of Pretty Big Deal

"We are very, very excited about today because we have a special guest joining US Ashley. Graham is here she is the ultimate multi hyphen it. She's as supermodel entrepreneur designer author advocate and she's a new mom. She's known as a trailblazer in the fashion industry and has emerged as voice for inclusivity and empowerment. Ashley I'm excited to have you with us. You are always on that still fun and interesting to talk to welcome to skin from the couch fake you. Daniel, it's always good to see you. I wish that I could see in person so it could like rub some like baby Juju over your belly league. First of all, how's the baby? How is how is life in Nebraska? MOM's basement. We have been here since like March thirteenth like the it was like right when it started and we were hearing rumors of the New York, city, shutting down and my mom who is who helps me out with? Isaac. Lives in New York with us. So she said, let's just drive back to New York City and I was like, but that's like a really long drive. She's I can do it's twenty hours. We'll just do it nonstop and sure enough she drove. Seventeen of the twenty my husband took last few hours because he just needed to and we made it and we've been traveling and we've been very cautious about where we were traveling loads of road trips because we have that travel bug still and I think it's been so nice to be able to see the country from a new perspective. That's pretty cool. So how has it been doing road trips with how does is now? So Isaac is seven and a half months and we. Seriously Daniel? One of the one of the best things to go through go through pregnant the go through the Labor and everything. But then when they're like four or five months, maybe five months I don't know how old lake the lake good time to do it but sleep training because yeah. Then all of a sudden you're like, wait a second I I, slept through the night and the baby's okay and he's he's still likes me. So, let's start off with basic question although for you this is. Not a basic question Skim your resume for us. Oh. Wow. The resume first of all I, read the skim this morning I was I just I love waking up to the scammy Chris Bring me so much joy and you'll see here I tell you this every time we just making me feel smarter. So just think all thank you. Okay. Highlights move to New York at seventeen had to figure out the modeling industry. Then was a TV commercial for Lane Bryant that was banned my name was on the map then a few years later I started a lingerie line with a Canadian company that catapulted into a few one major cover because I was not a at a total girl I'm not giving you highlights. Sorry. Then that catapulted into sports illustrated cover, which set me into than starting my own swimsuit line, which then turned snowballing into. So many amazing things like a book a Barbie that was made in my likeness I, didn't know you had Barbie. That is so cool. She's been mic she. It's like it's amazing how she really looks like me too. It's bizarre. I was just on the cover of vogue and January pregnant those my second American vote cover. Oh. My God I don't even know I I did a Ted Talk I've got a podcast I've got I've got some shows we're going to get into it. You've done a lot. What is something that people can't Google about you? who what my farts smell like when you're pregnant. This is why I love anytime we're together I have to tell you. So for those of you listening Ashley was our moderator for the first night of our bookstore tour and curly like just fucking terrified and Ashley. We got to hang out with in the green room before when I was pregnant when you're pregnant and you are just so chill and relaxed and it was like the Basque Calming Energy and fun and we so. Appreciate that this is the best part being with you. So I feel like that's something that people can't Google. I. Mean. It's hard because I am such an open book but now being a mom like I have realized that there are some things that I just WanNa keep Permian Justin and you'll feel that to like there's there's intimacy that doesn't need to be shared with the world and you know you can talk about it but We decided to not for right now, share is a photo on social media and it's been something that that we've kind of gone back and forth with but I'm really glad because he's ours maybe one day the world will really get to know him.

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Jason Capra, C-53 Restorer, Discusses His Latest Restoration

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

07:16 min | 7 months ago

Jason Capra, C-53 Restorer, Discusses His Latest Restoration

"We're talking about fifty three's horse because you've got one that that you've been heavily involved in in restoring. Can You? Let us sit back put our feet up and just tell us the story of this particular airplane and Maybe even backtrack a little bit sort of how you how you came across it what was the path that led you to it, and then the airplanes history itself yeah. That'd be more than happy to so just I've been lucky enough to be involved with another organization and warbirds Incisa teenager, and that was the Berlin airlift historical foundation They have this fifty four spirit of freedom. which unfortunately was just written off due to a tornado passed down in North Carolina. But I was I was lucky to be involved with that and be around Douglas Prop liners in big airplanes warbirds since I was a teen about fourteen or fifteen. So I I've been on the airshow circuit and I had been flying with Tim on that airplane and working on it. So I really got a really good hands on experience on working on these things. And I just so happen to be on my way home from Ground School for my airline that I fly for about five years ago. Now, her now I'm sorry, six years ago. And I was driving back to Pittsburgh and just got tired of being on the interstate. So I started taking all these backroads just trying to get lost. and seeing what I could find stumble across and ended up coming through this little town in Ohio called beach. City Ohio. And came around the bend and there's a grass airstrip sitting there and Kinda like flying community. There's houses with hangers attached to the. And then down at the end of the airport where the road parallels the runway there was. About twenty open air hangars that were in deplorable shape with their rotting away underneath of them. And right on the other side of that hanger was this DC three just. Basically, you know it's painted been oxidized and was turned powder, and there was mold growing on it and just windows were laminated didn't fogged over and the fabric honor flight controls were torn and it was just about the saddest thing I think I've ever seen in my life. And knowing that that airplane deserved better and I always joked about me and I'd love to find one of those barns. Fine words. You know it's kind of a dream for some of us out there that maybe one day you'd be Lucky enough to stumble across something like that. And and and here's this DC three that I know nothing about that clearly hasn't flown in ages. And I pulled off to the side of the road and walked over and walked around it and just everything about it just broke my heart and you could tell, and we always talk about these old airplanes having souls but this thing. This thing was crying out for helping and I cure it and I don't know why but right then and there I just kind of looked at the airplane and I said don't worry old girl. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do something help you And When I left that day I was on a mission to track down the guy who. Owned it or whoever owned it, and I was going to try and see if there was something we could do to save. And that's pretty much how that started. Did you ever think that. You'd you'd actually own something like this I mean this is the spree a significant. Did you ever think you'd actually make it happen? no. I always thought I would own award and and have an organization of some such but My sites were being set on either a bt thirteen or maybe a cheese six. something a little bit more manageable and definitely a lot smaller. But it was just one of those things that I. You know has been working with Tim in the C fifty four for so long and I saw how essentially three or four dedicated people could make a four engined douglas work. And I thought well, if I could get two or three dedicated people, there's no reason we couldn't make a DC three work is half the size. And Tim always said that you know in his words he said anybody can operate a DC three if you have a little bit of knowledge and. He always said there's hope for you to on day. It was a joke. You know what? I he was right, and here we go. So we're going to give us shot so. That's awesome. So so what was the next step? How did you go about tracking down the owner? So I actually went on the FAA's website and just typed in the on number and. and. Sure. Enough. It came up with the gentleman's name is name was Ken Joseph. And So I saw that he lived in the Akron area somewhere. So then I just googled Ken Joseph Akron Ohio. And every Joseph that popped up I just blindly called and asked if they were the individual that on the DC three at the Beach City Airport. So it took me about three weeks to get hold of him and actually got a hold of his son I and he put me in touch with him. and. I just asked if I could come out and talk with them about the airplane and and take a look at it more in depth than I already did. And he agreed to that and he didn't know. Anything very much about the history of the airplane prior to it being the east to be the governor's airplane of the State of Ohio. And that was about the end of his knowledge is to what it was where it was. But obviously, I, I saw from the data plate inside when I went in that it was built an accepted on January nineteen forty two. Something like listening definitely has some combat history military history and nobody's seemingly knows what that is. I'm going to have to dive into that and find out. But So, after I talked with Ken for a while I told him I said, would you ever be interested in selling this? And he said, no, not at all I've had this airplane for since nineteen ninety three and he's like multiple people ask me all the time and I'm just not interested. and Said Okay and I said, well, let me tell you of the one of the other airplanes I fly and work on and. Were give me a chance I. I would do my best in in hyphen very confident that we would be able to give it a retirement that. This this other airplane I fly has and I think that's what she deserves and I think that's probably what you would like to see happen to it. I. Just need you to give me a chance. So we went back and forth for about a month or two and finally called me and said, all right. Here's the deal. I'll sell you the airplane for one hundred, thousand dollars. It comes with to spare engines. And you've got one year to come up with the the total balance of the airplane, you can put whatever you WANNA put down on it as collateral. But if you don't have the money by this time a year from now. I keep the airplane and your money. Wow that's a harder. The race was on to. The race was on to make it happen.

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October 2020 Hot 50 Countdown - burst 01

Hot 50 Countdown

06:07 min | 7 months ago

October 2020 Hot 50 Countdown - burst 01

"Podcast magazine presents Hot 50 countdown pod 15 countdown each month Rob has a podcast magazine counts down the top 50 podcasts in the land as determined off the podcast fans in tune in each month to see if yours made the lifts. And now on to the countdown, here's Rob practice off. Thanks for joining us. All right podcast magazine fans. It's time for another episode of the hot 50 countdown. We're Countdown. The number fifty-two number one fan pics for October 2020. Lots of first-timers to the Chart this month, which is always great because that means more podcasts that you need to know about but may not otherwise hear about our being heard and that's our mission at podcast magazine. In this episode, we're covering everything from Nashville. Jesus to reincarnation killer rabbits to Unfaithful wives and more off the hi 50 countdown depends on you the podcast listener. Be sure to vote for your favorite podcasts each and every month that podcast magazine.com slash hot 50 strapped in and hold on tight. Here we go. And now on to the countdown make it a stabe you on the hot 50 chart at number 50 is absolutely not but Heather McMahan comedian Heather McMahan creates a safe space to tell all and bitching about the rest off topics are off-limits breaking down the everyday struggles of doing the most And the least at the same damn time listen in on the humorous authentic discussion or call in on the absolutely not lying hotline with your life complaints. They discuss it all. It's a joyful take on lives craziest moments at number forty-nine dropping from number 38 last month. We have WhatsApp spaghetti policy with Alex and Jacob they may have dropped in their spot this month, but they've made it their mission to remain on the chart. This is actually their fifth month in a row on The Hyphen chart kudos to you Alex and Jacob for always keeping your fans engaged and asking them to vote each and every month lots of kids station cuz like there's that whole thing, but did you all have not used did you know people who were like like a guy and a girl who were like really good friends and they're like, well if we're not married by the time you're twenty-five don't don't do that. Don't worry about that. Don't even a thought. Okay. Well definitely didn't happen at all together. Okay. Well edit this out did not happen. That wasn't a cringey moment in my life that that we can just ignore that whole section of my life. That would be great. Okay. We don't need to rehash anything. That'd be awesome. But it just skip on over that. No, it's never happened to me. That is why do you ask that'd be but yeah, I understand how people do make stupid decisions where they say shit like that like see how you say stupid shit like that. That'd be hilarious. Oh shit wage. Here's one for all you music fans at number 48 is our favorite albums posted by Jason and Michael. This is a fairly new show with only 10 episodes release so far off and they are new to the hot 50 chart listen in as Jason and Michael take turns picking one of their favorite albums and then they completely analyze the album And when I say they analyze I mean it they go deep and cover the history background recording musicians cords all while digesting the boss songs and full album format. Add number 47 is local leaders the podcast hosted by Jim Chapman another newcomer to the hot 50 the office leaders podcast a series of conversations with leaders who are making a difference in their local community and Beyond at 46 we have the Dateline NBC podcast which features current and classic episodes of the compelling True Crime Mysteries documentaries and in-depth investigations. They cover on the popular TV show off. Thanks for listening to the hot 50 countdown. I'm Rob Actis coming in at number forty-five cheat. He's brought to you by Comedians and lace lazarbeam and Catherine Blandford dead. On the show, they share eerily similar stories of you guessed it getting cheated on they were both cheated on by their axes. So they decided to start a podcast because and I love this therapy was too expensive cities is a juicy series about cheating and life as Comics every Monday these hilarious and totally not busy hosts interview a new collar who's either been cheated on or cheated themselves on Thursdays lacing Catherine catch up on their week bust each other's ovaries and reveal next week's color finding their way back to the hot 50 chart after a pause in September at number 44 is W chief amik on or off what the famicom. A gaming podcast hosted by Dan and Nick who say this is the gaming podcast for those who hate gaming podcasts. Sure, the game are supposed to listen or what? How they came up with a name is trying to interesting. It's a combination of WTF for what the fuck and famicom. Which is the name of the original Nintendo that came out in Japan. Be sure to check out episode number

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October 2020 Hot 50 Countdown - burst 01

Hot 50 Countdown

06:07 min | 7 months ago

October 2020 Hot 50 Countdown - burst 01

"Podcast magazine presents Hot 50 countdown pod 15 countdown each month Rob has a podcast magazine counts down the top 50 podcasts in the land as determined off the podcast fans in tune in each month to see if yours made the lifts. And now on to the countdown, here's Rob practice off. Thanks for joining us. All right podcast magazine fans. It's time for another episode of the hot 50 countdown. We're Countdown. The number fifty-two number one fan pics for October 2020. Lots of first-timers to the Chart this month, which is always great because that means more podcasts that you need to know about but may not otherwise hear about our being heard and that's our mission at podcast magazine. In this episode, we're covering everything from Nashville. Jesus to reincarnation killer rabbits to Unfaithful wives and more off the hi 50 countdown depends on you the podcast listener. Be sure to vote for your favorite podcasts each and every month that podcast magazine.com slash hot 50 strapped in and hold on tight. Here we go. And now on to the countdown make it a stabe you on the hot 50 chart at number 50 is absolutely not but Heather McMahan comedian Heather McMahan creates a safe space to tell all and bitching about the rest off topics are off-limits breaking down the everyday struggles of doing the most And the least at the same damn time listen in on the humorous authentic discussion or call in on the absolutely not lying hotline with your life complaints. They discuss it all. It's a joyful take on lives craziest moments at number forty-nine dropping from number 38 last month. We have WhatsApp spaghetti policy with Alex and Jacob they may have dropped in their spot this month, but they've made it their mission to remain on the chart. This is actually their fifth month in a row on The Hyphen chart kudos to you Alex and Jacob for always keeping your fans engaged and asking them to vote each and every month lots of kids station cuz like there's that whole thing, but did you all have not used did you know people who were like like a guy and a girl who were like really good friends and they're like, well if we're not married by the time you're twenty-five don't don't do that. Don't worry about that. Don't even a thought. Okay. Well definitely didn't happen at all together. Okay. Well edit this out did not happen. That wasn't a cringey moment in my life that that we can just ignore that whole section of my life. That would be great. Okay. We don't need to rehash anything. That'd be awesome. But it just skip on over that. No, it's never happened to me. That is why do you ask that'd be but yeah, I understand how people do make stupid decisions where they say shit like that like see how you say stupid shit like that. That'd be hilarious. Oh shit wage. Here's one for all you music fans at number 48 is our favorite albums posted by Jason and Michael. This is a fairly new show with only 10 episodes release so far off and they are new to the hot 50 chart listen in as Jason and Michael take turns picking one of their favorite albums and then they completely analyze the album And when I say they analyze I mean it they go deep and cover the history background recording musicians cords all while digesting the boss songs and full album format. Add number 47 is local leaders the podcast hosted by Jim Chapman another newcomer to the hot 50 the office leaders podcast a series of conversations with leaders who are making a difference in their local community and Beyond at 46 we have the Dateline NBC podcast which features current and classic episodes of the compelling True Crime Mysteries documentaries and in-depth investigations. They cover on the popular TV show off. Thanks for listening to the hot 50 countdown. I'm Rob Actis coming in at number forty-five cheat. He's brought to you by Comedians and lace lazarbeam and Catherine Blandford dead. On the show, they share eerily similar stories of you guessed it getting cheated on they were both cheated on by their axes. So they decided to start a podcast because and I love this therapy was too expensive cities is a juicy series about cheating and life as Comics every Monday these hilarious and totally not busy hosts interview a new collar who's either been cheated on or cheated themselves on Thursdays lacing Catherine catch up on their week bust each other's ovaries and reveal next week's color finding their way back to the hot 50 chart after a pause in September at number 44 is W chief amik on or off what the famicom. A gaming podcast hosted by Dan and Nick who say this is the gaming podcast for those who hate gaming podcasts. Sure, the game are supposed to listen or what? How they came up with a name is trying to interesting. It's a combination of WTF for what the fuck and famicom. Which is the name of the original Nintendo that came out in Japan. Be sure to check out episode number

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Pandemic Relief Money To Help Narrow Digital Divide On Native American Reservations

Native America Calling

02:24 min | 7 months ago

Pandemic Relief Money To Help Narrow Digital Divide On Native American Reservations

"America's digital divide is especially stark on reservations where broadband does often unaffordable or just not available federal pandemic relief money as providing an opportunity to narrow the divide Aaron Bolton reports. Of Small Mountain on the flathead Indian reservation in western Montana sits a brand new one, hundred and eighty foot cell tower confederated sailors and Kootenai tribe infrastructure administrator. Chuck. Reese says in the coming months, it will help Ron can't wireless hyphen Internet's over roughly eighty percent of the reservation to give you an idea of we're bringing fiber optic right in here to all the way up this mountain. I missed his first class connective nearly half of local residents here have no access to high-speed Internet recess. This change will now allow them to take advantage of online education and telehealth and give tribal police connectivity. Ours in February the Federal Communications Commission offered Free Broadband, wireless spectrum, capable of broadcasting high speed wireless Internet tribes initially, not many applied because to make the equipment on those towers really robust. You need a healthy amount of power to the and strong fiber Jeff Blackwell as with Amarin Risk Management and native owned Insurance Company that helps tribes improve digital access within five years. Tribes have to pay to build towers and run fiber optic cable and other utilities to actually make these wireless networks reality. Each project could cost hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars after Congress passed eight billion dollars in federal corona virus relief funding for tribes. In late March tribes submitted more than four hundred applications for the free wireless. Bank trump is it's worthy took this step for broadband purposes. But also utilizing a mechanism that recognizes that placing tribal nations, themselves and the center of the regulatory process has a chance of significance success. However, Blackwell says many tribal lands weren't included in that the F. C. C. will need to make more spectrum available to tribes in the future to shrink the digital divide in Indian country. In the meantime, those like blackwell will be focused on helping tribes currently in the build process succeed

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US cyclist suspended for 'divisive' tweet

Garret Lewis

02:10 min | 8 months ago

US cyclist suspended for 'divisive' tweet

"American cyclist suspended from team over so called divisive tweet supporting Trump. Yeah. Hey, I mean, who cycling It is what it is right. So some some cycling group named Trek hyphen. Sigge. Fredo. I don't know. They suspended. An American named Quinn Simmons. They called, they said his tweet was divisive. He's 19. What did he tweet that was so divisive. He rooty tweeted one word. One word. Bye, B Y e. With a dark skinned man hand emoji waving What? What? What did he What did he tweet? Why did he do that? So apparently, he was reacting to a tweet from a Dutch journalist named Jose being B E N being a bit where in which she said She hoped her American friends she hoped for her American friends that this horrible presidency ends for you. And then she wrote, If you follow me and support Trump you, Khun, go. So she did that? That's okay. So she said, If you support trump and follow me, you can go. So he tweeted by With a hand waving emoji. Apparently the word by and hand waving Emoji is now divisive because it showed support for President Trump. Somebody else reacted to his tweets and wrote apparently a Trumper. This. Quinn Simmons, the spices cyclist. And he wrote back this cyclist that's right with the American flag. Right? About that, So apparently We're tweeting that by like he was just doing what that trump hating journalist said. If you like Trump You follow me, you Khun! Go. Okay, bye. So they suspended him until further notice.

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A Dive Into SEO

Front End Happy Hour

06:55 min | 8 months ago

A Dive Into SEO

"What does SEO stand for search engine optimization? Right on. Trying to think are funny funny more. Serious engineers over engineering. ooh. I feel that adds another e at the end, but that's Okay Jeff. Hyphen pitch outs all that's fair. That's true. WHY IS SEO? So important a good question. You know you and I were talking about this Ryan where it's like if you build something awesome what's the point users never come and so search engine optimization is really important because you gotta put your product out there and search engines are essentially the front door to the Internet. That's true 'cause yeah. Like you're not just typing in www dot blah blah blah blah dot com in hoping that it's a great website you're you're having to search for something and usually I don't know how many times you all spend time on the second page of Google I don't think. I make it very far to even the bottom of the first page there's a second page. All these. I've heard that. Yeah. So urban legend I feel like it's even worse on the mobile phone right leg. It's usually like just wanted like on that little bit of a screen I'm like they're done go. Yeah, I. Think it's. It's definitely if you're wanting near website to even get traffic, it's it's super important also very hard like I think that's the thing too is it's it's very important, but it's also something that it takes a lot of work. You know it's not just like put a couple keywords in your get on the top of Google cheers. It is it's it's practically a fulltime job, and that's why like companies will hire dedicated SEO experts or the leaving outsource to another company because it's there's the basics and then there's the things on top of the basics where you're optimizing the pages in the content, and that takes time it's not something you just do instantly it takes this kind of iterating and checking and monitoring, and then iterating from Mare and changing like the algorithms will change and the. How certain search engines rank certain things that algorithm changes and you're not privy to it. So you have to kind of gas, which is why there's these consultancy firms that pop up because they can stay in business because the rules keep changing what it's really interesting to to all that you just said about like having experts or consultants who think about it. And really have to pay attention to those things, but it's also really hard to call. You think you alluded to this but it's hard to measure because of the time too. It's not like hey, after a week, this change will show up it might be weeks it might be a month. So even as you make changes, you're like, did that do something? That's always been my struggle i. hope that did something well, but you don't quite know. Yeah I like the way you phrased that because there is a component of emotion to seo and I know that sounds ridiculous where you're like, why would I be? Why would I care so much about Seo but it's that hard work that you throw out into the world and then you're waiting on that return you're waiting on hopefully. The changes that you make will prop your page up on Google or any search engine like being or even Yahoo there there are other search engines. Now, that's a I've everybody's making good points. We I think Juniors we underestimate the importance vescio added. It's like Oh yeah I like you're saying you build something. Awesome. But nobody knows about it who cares? What was it four? If you're building a consumer product and consumer can't find your page your APP. then. What's the point? So you it's something. We totally forget about that like marketing in Seo actually critical to some of the things we build a lot of things will the the consultant angle is interesting because what I've seen and I have Also experienced, Seo. Practically none. But from what I've seen is a lot of Voodoo magic people claiming things and like Oh you got to do this. We're trick and this and this, and what I've seen is just it's a lot of people guessing. and. They have vague ideas about what the search algorithms are looking for. But they can't really prove it because I'm sure Catholic. NETFLIX's. personalization engine is like pretty secret even even for people were fair I'm sure. Google. Search ranking. Algorithm Patriots like also very. Super Super top-secret not that anybody can understand anymore. It's probably like millions of lines of code but. I it's just like a buyer beware if someone's like, Oh, I can get you to the front page or whatever be careful. A lot of people use dirty tricks and things that will get you. Like band or delisted. To get you to the front page unlike. It's a whole Burki world. There's entire SEO. Conferences. But. I imagine they're kind of bored I I mean I think there's value I. think there's probably good tips that they have right in order to I think you're right those like the bold statement I will get you the top of Google. That's a that's a pretty big statement and not always that simple and yes like. All right, let's say, Netflix Yeah. If you Sir Stranger things net flicks watch on Netflix or something like that. You'll be at the top if that's your keyword. Cheers cheers. Used to be a lot easier actually, what's what's interesting is over time Google has made it harder to game the system it used to be that you could just throw keywords onto your page and clears like. You could throw terms onto your page and Google would pick up on these terms in than. They would see oh, you're pages valuable. Now you've added these keywords sorry cut. Cheers. Chairs. What's funny is when I first started. Seo. We installed scripts on websites where because Google would tell you the search queries. The users are coming in from you would add those to your database, put them on your page, and then you're paid would rank higher and higher. But once everybody started doing that. Then the algorithms became more sophisticated in harder to game affi- and now they're including things that are not even just about content. It's like is your page fast? Can it load fast and it's like? You can't you can't fake that. No you really can't and yet but. Now they're lean into more of the user experience. You should be rank tire if if someone's trying to find something really helpful, they don't want to be sitting there for a longtime specially with mobile like I made the comment to being on mobile but I think it's more and more important being on mobilised. Really quick.

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Call of Duty 2020 Teaser Site Updates With Cold War References

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04:30 min | 9 months ago

Call of Duty 2020 Teaser Site Updates With Cold War References

"Call of duty twenty, twenty teaser site updates with cold war references and code to unlock a door in warzone. Keep in mind. The next teaser takes place tomorrow August fifteenth. Now, all the official reveal of call of duty twenty twenty has yet to happen. It's teaser site now features cold war references a hint of things to come and even a code that unlocks get this a door in call of duty warzone. What is his store? Where is it? What are the numbers? We got all those juicy details in this article if you over to pond takes pawn dot com slash TV you'll be greeted by old television set VCR, phone, Chesapeake, and computer. If you're wondering the videos here if you like I need to show notes. News Gadget, Dot Net, and then you could just click on the article. You can click on link we'll take you there The, TV displays static. But if you click on a VHS tape above the VCR with nineteen, sixty, one, sixty, two. A video appears onscreen with real life footage of JFK space race, the civil rights movement to Cuban missile crisis the crisis and more as the video continues to play certain numbers will flash on screen including thirty seven. Twenty five in forty eight additionally, the VCR will occasionally flashed a text. WBZ Hyphen H, six, hyphen, four, nine, two, eight, five, one, six, three. At Charlie, Intel on twitter followed these developing teases closely and it was discovered that the h six in the above code was a reference to the farmland location and call it duty warzone players including procedures key use the code from VCR that being four, nine, two, eight, five, one, six, three on a door farmhouse had a keypad and it hit a secret room with further clues. Where did it go? Oh While let's find out. Here it is. He founded. Punching numbers. Where is it going or it Golan? Let's take a look. The door opens. Are Som-, and that's all I can show. I know I mean. But this is I can't I can only show so much Some of the documents found in the room included a list of chemical components and Chemical compounds sorry and references to W-a-n-n-a, which was a US counterintelligence program that helped decrypt messages from the Soviet Union. There are five by five mattresses that use to decipher these codes and they make reference to other warzone locations including quarry born bone yard, and prison. Furthermore, two codewords. Zephyr in Trident were written on two of the documents and if you're wondering, do we have the documents? Yes they are eight here. Blow the TV. There is a sticky note that has tangled web an EMC to written on it, and if you go to those associated pages, it takes two to other pages with more INFO. And it's interesting. Know your history. It has been revealed. Arrested document has been redacted. All we got on day two. There are four more redacted lines possibly stating what we getting a new clue everyday until potential reveal possibly of Kala Duty Twenty, twenty on Wednesday August nineteenth. No Way. No Way I'm looking at this on Article Interesting interesting interesting while we officially are still wondering what in the world is going to be going on with call of duty twenty twenty. We do know one thing it is being developed by TRIARC and Raven software and will integrate with call of duty warzone. So. See. What happens what do you guys think? What are these clues? What are they trying to tell us? Where is this going to go? What kind of information can we be expecting at us? Even, know.

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"hyphen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"That's just as it sounds. But with hyphen carafe that's just as with no hyphen. Yes. Matthew Maher plays Norex? That's exciting. Isn't it? Well, yeah, portal's guy. So let's talk about the scrolls because this is on the scrolls and films major twists I would say, which as whenever the scrolls were nouns Comi con a few years ago by Kevin Feige. I did as well. I don't write history for me that I can think all. Into November nineteen okay? Thanks. John Lewis that can. Keep talking keep. Chinese. Going down. That's so weird. I am yawn. Rog. Anyway, anyway, let's get some control back in this podcast showy control daily when the scrolls were announced on years ago, I presumed and many many other stood Helen is taking the fifth in this one that they might be the next big bands of the empty you because their bodies into COMEX, and they have incredible shape shifting potential, and that means, and there's a big old crossover secret inflation where a lot of marvel heroes turn out to be scrolls. And it's all you know, it all kicks off and that still may happen. But it's not happening as a result of this film because their goodies. So my my view, and my memory is that when that was I noted the possibility of that. But I really hate the idea of really don't like the secret war idea. I don't want half the people I full in love with over the last ten years to turn out to be not who I thought they were find that tedious and little bit rug pulling and why isn't emotionally or you know, narrative Lee satisfying that. It's my shoe with the scores and not always has been. I'm pretty sure. So I am delighted by this twist. I'm genuinely delighted by because I just don't want to the whole hose. So it's actually a scroll. And now somebody else is captain America, whatever whatever just tedious. No, no haven't. I'm also genuinely delighted that there were two theories going wrong about this film and events. One of them was the sort of fairly sensible theory that you know, the scrolls were coming, and then we'd have some kind of secret war play out, which appears at moment to be wrong. And then the other one was that nNcholas fury would lose his eyes to the cats. I'm so pleased that that's the one that's right because it's just been on his my love it. Yeah. I guess I guess, okay. Technically, not a cat floor can a flirt not mother. Flirting. Artfully skirting NIA boundaries of PT thirteen whenever I saw the trailer. I did do poll on Twitter. How did you think? Nick was gonna lose his eye. And the over the overwhelming runaway winner not poll was accident in a dildo factory. So I'm surprised to see marvel didn't go down that route. And they went and said for goose scratching his eye out. She was fun. But that's that's the scrolls..

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"hyphen" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"The. Even save haven, safe haven. Julianne Hough. So. Julianne hyphen, Shania Twain. Ours Crozier your what. That's amazing. Xintai twain that's she's Canadian. Yep. Whenever I say like, you know, I have shots, wait till my celebrity crushes says, she's twice your age year. That's so odd. Told him last night. My weird like weird celebrity crush is Phil Mickelson why? I don't know. That's so funny minus Paul Rudd who sat Paul Rudd. He's so funny, he's he's in forgetting Sarah Marshall. Oh, wait. Which one? He's the surf instructor and he goes, gives you lemons, just safe getting bail. That's yeah, Paul Rudd. That's so funny. I actually love that you love romantic movies in that your big movie guy. I like I live my life by movie quotes and sometimes people like don't get it. And they just think I'm really funny, but I actually, I'm just quoting movies all the time. Movies, it's bad. I will have a movie quote off with you because not right now, we'll save that for another day. When you guys gone maybe like date number two, but I'm gonna hit you with some. Would you rather questions? Are you ready? Sure. They're not bad. They're not bad. Would you rather get dumped or dump somebody. Honestly, I would probably rather get dumped because I don't like being. Being like hurting people's feelings, but then you're going to be heartbroken. That's okay. He's selfless like that. All right, good answer. I'll be almost. Sometimes almost beat too nice to a fault points. I could see that Jared, I'd I know she hasn't met the other guys yet, but you're my number one right now. Okay. Would you rather love and never be loved, or be loved, and never love somebody. Wow. The kind of terrible. I know I know. Who? Yeah, those are bad and never be loved. Yeah, yeah. And never love. Yes, either ways. I feel like that's really lonely. It is. I guess I would say love but never be loved. Just because at least you're showing other people like you care about them and you know, didn't they say one of his words is caring. Yeah, I asked her describe you in three words and moments carrying, and I feel like you are a very caring soul. I'm so into you guys. Okay. Would you rather your crush date your best friend or your worst enemy. That's break broke code. If it's, you know your best friend, hopefully your best would do that to you. So I'll say you're center that's a good call, not a very good friend if they do that. Okay. And would you rather fall in love with the girl of your dreams or have every dream you ever.

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"hyphen" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Thank key. An especially in because I write my new romantic comedies. You always wanting to look for the big question full. You'll to feel a lead, so your your leading lady lady man. So I think, yeah, at the moment I'm right something I'm, I got my axiom about two drops in which was when is the right time to meet someone is. The right time to meet someone, etc, etc. So, yeah, I think mine comes about as like into the z ready. I have to get into it. I'm a little different than you guys. I cool. She while crank, you've got to be different. Yeah. Well, I mostly just ask what you do and then I think do opposite. I do try and start before I begin crafting scenes. I do need to know it doesn't have to stay this one. It can change in evolved. I need to at least begin with some central question because I need to know that my character believes the opposite of that central question and I need and I need to start designing scenes and we said, like, do you look for a way to include a scene that specifically addresses? Yeah, I try and design scenes to test the character and lead them towards the truth or punish them for. And you're by the way your movie, does this beautifully like every time, like I was talking about two steps forward. One step back, your character moves towards something. The possibility of an entirely opposite way of living. And for a moment it's working and then you punish them. This is exactly how I approach these things. So I do need to kind of know and overtime. The question might change in the scenes might change. It's just hard. For me to start unless I have something there to build off. I I have. I think we man up 'cause I on spec, so I really did. No, I probably from the very beginning on new, I wanted to say about life, but then I need to have to Sima. Hyphen has had a really good quote, which was ROY says, needs to fit up, and then they can kind of play. And I think I should have. I've had to take a few more years to fill up again to ROY again, if that makes sense because I sort of put everything into one script, it's not very financially liable, stress channel. I was watching a friends of friends cut of his movie, and it was very early cut. And so it was a place where a lot of stuff was still fungible could change. And this idea of stating your central dramatic question. That's my underlying note for him was that I never heard any of the characters are typically what the movie was about, but sometimes think as well, I think I'm so into that and it's, but I do something because well that you have to if when you're just starting your first draft,.

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"hyphen" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Hey, everyone. My name's Denny hyphen. I'm joined by my cover stain Kelly on the host of the dentist football podcast, and we're gonna toss out some last second fantasy vice guys before the weekend. We're star. The lightning round of plays on your bench might be wavering on whether or not you know, we don't know who else is on your team. So we're just gonna tell you whether we are in or out on them as we shall we vindicate. Let's do this first guy wanted to look at vexing person Kenyan Drake, the dolphins playing the bears this week obviously. So his week five performance actually was roughly what he had done and one to four combined, really nice to see because obviously the first month season almost split fifty fifty stuff with Frank gore, who I believe is your age bills h he's really old and now that you're, yes, but it was nice to see them actually use him as a receiver. This is not a good matchup against the bears fulltime Craig's. She points out that they have the allow the least thirty. Second Mosul knows about that perception. Points to running backs, bad matchup actually think you're going to be using Drake properly going forward as receiver. I think this is actually buy low on him. If you wanna trade Andre this week for the season, he's going to be one of the most probably disappointing draft picks for a lot of people so far this year we'll get to another disappointing draft. Pick later when we discuss Larry fits who's next for u k Mike Davis of the going against the raiders in London. Obviously, he's in timeshare with Chris Carson. They split carries last week kind of almost an even market. He was out touched by Carson twenty two fourteen last week, but he made the most of it yet. Twelve carries sixty yards touchdown. He's pretty, you know, he's the use them in the past game a little bit on screen and things like that. I think the Seahawks just been running the ball so much lately that I think it creates an opportunity for two. There's just enough volume in that backfield to have two guys, and so I'm in on 'em if you need a flex, if you're really desperate at the runningback. Because of buys or whatever. He earned a spot in week four. When he play, he started, he played really well. You earn a spot in that rotation. I think the like him. He hasn't been on the injury report this week, so it's looking good form in London..

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"hyphen" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on The NFL Show

"My name is Danny hyphen, and I'm joined by my co host and code. Danny Danny Kelly. What's up TK going on man. What happened to the come one come all. I was really looking forward to that. It's you made me so conscious about last week. So I didn't do it because I liked the vibe of it, but then everyone kinda laughed and I love it, didn't they? All right, we'll come on KOMO. Everybody just, you know, I'll bring it back next week anyway. We can dive and she see the look that a fulltime Craig is giving me, but we're going to dive into the Levy on bell situation and just, you know what the hell is going on. Is he going to show up out, should you trade from? But first before we do that, we're going to dive right into initial advice. So Deka is going to give his dark nights. I'm gonna give designated hitters. All right. Who's your first dark night of the week? TK KiKi t from the Texans kind of emerged in his first action this year. He actually set. I think he's NFL record since nineteen. Seventy for most catches in debut. He had eleven catches last week hundred nine yards for the Texans really, really fast slot guy kinda plays all over. They used them a little bit on like sweeps and things like that. He played eighty percent of snaps that was helped by the fact that will fuller had a hamstring injury let something to monitor, but I think even fuller is back next week. Kutai still going to be big part of that offense. You know, they just don't have a ton of depth at that receiver position in. He's already kind proven that you can be a playmaker form. So yeah, I like I like who t going forward. He's he's a must add at this point. Do you think that he could surpass fuller on the like a week to week play or no, I think number one, he's he's more of a PR guy because I think his values can be volume, not necessarily touchdown because obviously we'll Fuller's got that amazing chemistry with Shawn Watson as a touchdown score in dander Skains is just going to be Jay Hopkins. But I mean they're gonna pass a lot. I was just looking at. I was just looking at Watson's numbers. He's past thirty four times thirty two times forty times forty two times in the four games this year. So there's just, you know, there's a lot to go round and the way he's played, I think is really, really encouraging over the past few few weeks. I think got off to a little bit of a slow start, and people are starting to wonder what was going on. But he's looked really good last couple of weeks. So I'm excited about the Texans offense and I had my eye on Bruce Ellington, cameras like a late, you know, like a like a real stash guy just in case there's any injuries in the offense. Now the Ellington's gone like Kutigi steps into that role. And I think you know, he has potential just kind of be that over the middle type dub off option for Watson. Did you Google his name before we started? I did and we didn't actually land on an official kind of thing. There is some people that say Cutie, I'm going with Kuti your acuity decay. Thank you. Thank you. All right. My versus the week Muhammed sue, the falcons. They're playing Pittsburgh this week. So. Calvin release had an amazing last two weeks. Everyone's really on the train, but so news still second in the team and targets he's played more naps than Ridley really actually played a little more than half their steps last week..

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"hyphen" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Danny hyphen, and as always I'm joined by my co host and co. Danny Danny Kelly. What's up TK what's going on, man, how you doing aren't bombed. I cannot believe this. Football's back. I just remember in February, the Super Bowl ended and then like just so crazy for the SuperBowl. And I remember having a moment like it's going to be a long, but September always comes like, seems forever way. And then boom, it's just somehow we already except on you. So I'm site later in the show. We're gonna get into like, you know, injuries and last-second changes with the fifty, three man roster cutdown and all those things, and we'll get to intrigued into turt- off that news which is buy or sell without the commitment. Yup. Yeah. And we'll give out some thank me later players later, but first, let's get going with thanked me. Now's could. Thank goodness. You're welcome. And we were talking about. This decay. I was kinda thinking thanked me now is guys that are pause worthy, like if you're listening. His. Pause. It's not like Seinfeld with the sponge worthy. Uh-huh. Ause worthy. If you're listening to this and they're on your like waivers, it's probably worth pausing this to go and get them. That's kind of really, yeah. I really like that that category. So let's just get right into it before, you know. So people can pause sooner or later all the the, the biggest news kind of that happened over the weekend was jerick McKinnon having an ACL injuries season is over r.i.p. So that creates a lot of opportunity. Only the problem with forty Niners backfield is it's not exactly clear who is going to inherit all that opportunity. So I think we both kinda like we land on different ends of the spectrum on this, Alfred Morris versus Matt Brita. So gimme your take on kind of what is going to happen with the forty Niners backfield. So I'm surprised actually that we disagreed here my take. Is that Morris? I didn't think this when they first picked him up. I thought it was nothing, but the more thought about it. So Morris actually played under Shanahan a lifetime ago when Shanahan was the offense of Corinth, the Redskins. 'cause yeah, four years though the first two was without Morris, but then Morris came in in two thousand twelve and twenty thirteen twenty twelve. Alfred Morris rush for like more than sixteen hundred yards at four point. Eight yards per carry twenty thirteen twelve seventy five yards. But four point six yards per carry in two thousand thirteen. Really successful really did not share that many reps like no one else really approached him even a little bit in terms of usage. The NFL's kinda changed a little bit and Shanahan has himself. Obviously when he was in Atlanta, Tevin Coleman and devante Freeman split things a lot more. Yeah. I don't want to say it's going to be like that, but I it's kind of how I'm thinking about it. He's he's a lesser version of devante Freeman, and I wouldn't be surprised if the familiarity within the system keeps braided a more of a pass catching role. That isn't quite a third down guy, but the someone who's in there on obvious passing downs, whereas Morris is going to be getting the bulk of carries. Who do you like out of those two? I think that Morris is the much more obvious play on this. I don't really. I think breed is going to have an interesting. No, he's going to have a role in the offense. You know, as you said, pass catcher kind of situational guy, but number one, he's a little bit smaller. He's already been nicked up. He got shoulder injury in the preseason. That makes me worried. That's the thing in evacuate actually prefer breathe it because I think that he'd have more capacity to kind of excel, especially in the forty Niners system with shannahan. I think that the difference maker for me is that he has not been getting the reps that he kind of would desperately need, especially with younger players and the fact that Morris is the veteran and he was getting all the reps and in the preseason..

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"hyphen" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"You'll since i sales going to be there for like a half hour keynote and then he's going golfing and then he'll come back in three days to for dinner this is really you're going to be learning from sal how does do scripting and also i have been informed by reliably close sources that of course he's of course they're aware of syria shortcuts and all the other automation stuff that was announced last week so yes the conference will also address stuff like that as a matter of fact on the he he's been doing a lot of scripting integration for between s and omni groups on the products and on the omni hyphen automation dot com website i don't think it's up there now but i believe in soon you'll see his first experiments with creating syria syria shortcuts that actually just interact directly with the omni group apps like being able to say hey shlomo create a new crater new action for my my my omni to do list and boom it just simply happen so i i can't imagine if you are in the business of supporting max and automation max particularly for an education i'm guessing this is going to be some of the best money you'll ever spend even if it's you know even just three days hanging out with cell if it was like if if if they were did like a mac developer fantasy camp you're not you're not an actual like apple developer but you get to like take batting practice with actual and you get to you have to pretend you're real apple developer even for that for three days i think this would be a good good investment money but you'll learn more we'll do more than just hit pop flies c m d d ceo nf dot com.

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"hyphen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Right so this is this is ipad i think of sandwiches chicken sandwiches so at check hyphen phil hyphen capital a for breakfast you got your you got your little nuggets sandwiches there chicken many with the little yeast bond with a little dab a honey on top of it right on the other end of the spectrum you've got your original chicken sandwich perfection don't need to do anything with that so they're looking for something somewhere in the middle that they can get the flavor of the chicken many off of the breakfast menu and ended up munch dinner entree area so what they did is they made basically a bigger version of the chick chicken minis and so you got a bigger nugget of chicken it's not as big as a chickfila sandwich you know patty but you still got that part of the chicken and then you also have a bigger version of the yeast role with a bigger dab of funny on top of it so it's basically like a chicken mini slider it's bigger than the many but not a full size sandwich yeah chick hyphen and hyphen slider is what they're calling it a bigger version of the chick hyphen and hyphen many so if it goes well in charlotte if it goes well in alabama kirke we might be seeing this all over the place and if you ask me i'm gonna put my money on this being on the menu by the first of the year i i agree with you i think i mean chickfila is is great but i want sometimes i want more options there you know i want a couple of more options to get i can't always get the sandwich you know look at me some people get mad because a lot of people love those chicken minis and they get mad when they say no sorry those the breakfast only.

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"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"I reckon you could probably spot failure earlier and i think that's what happened with me like you were saying what the trend watching a lot in the book about trends and how to spot trends just because i think when you'll upskilling and diverse find your skills and learning things on the side which you do when you're a multi hyphen it you kind of do spot things a little bit earlier because i don't know you're in the trenches like doing it yeah and so you don't shielded by a company moving four it's like your on the front line because i think sometimes with big big companies end up failing the warning signs on is obvious and and then it's a little bit of a shock to wherever on whereas the multiethnic method really is about being i speak about being beaten mode so you'll kind of always like half done you always moving yeah and evolving yeah it's never quite finished yeah which is great which is great because who knows what we're going to be doing in five years time but we don't know i quite like that and i think you can choose to find it kind of interesting or you can choose to find it so incredibly scary and actually someone the other day interviewed me and she was like your opening chapter like freaked me out and really scaremonger to me and then as i got into the burke your tone really chills me out and made me excited yeah and i thought that was quite interesting because it is a scary time like there's no denying it is it's time of such rapid change and.

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"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"I kind of thought to myself i haven't bought a magazine in six months like i would go to a news agent and what possum like i wasn't spending my money on magazines yet but i was working at one and it just felt jarring and i think you should just pay attention to your gut instinct of if you'll spending every night listening to a podcast i know this is very very specifically a creative industry i'm talking about and i think it can be applied across the board but it's just follow kind of what you'll doing a little bit more closely because i think you find a lot from that yeah okay well let's put it let's put it back from the creative industry that because one of the things that i love about the book also is that it's not it's not one of these books that aimed at people who've got a multimillion dollar starter idea and they want to be the next kind of zuckerberg i mean if you have great we'll help you with that but that's not essential and that's not what your messages that's what you're saying you're saying that a side hustle can be learning or it can be for fun or maybe it's just for like an extrovert of money on the side but it's not something you're going to rely on pay the bills so i talk about as you might be a noose that makes jewellery and sounds on nine all you might be annoying who wants to set to own brewery at anyone really can be multi hyphen and it can manifest in all manner of ways to do you believe that everyone has an entrepreneurial spirit and anyone can turn their craft into a career or anyone can have a side hustle there's room for in the knife yes one hundred percents i think everyone everyone has the opportunity all should feel that they can i think it's okay if you don't as well but i think that it's not necessarily for a certain type of person and i think that that's a really dangerous narrative sometimes like oh only a few people creative will only a few people are on tranessa it's like i think everyone has that like human beings creators the way we make things and build things like we buildings law hands like every day we don't think of ourselves as creative.

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"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"Yeah it's that whole thing with the gender pay gap and one of the reasons that men more money is because they ask for it they got given a promotion and a salary and they say oh sorry the son of muscle enough i mean again generalizing but that is one of the reasons on i always think about that whenever i get offered a job offer to pay rise owes go back and negotiate because i think god if i was managing words so why the hell not yeah and the self promotion thing is rudy really crucial to the multi hyphen method like yukon identity you can have in a multi hyphen at career without being quite good at promoting it otherwise people will be confused what do you do they went find you they'll you'll be too dispersed and you won't really find your nation i think this is why i wrote the book wrote the book for myself as well because i was in a social occasion recently and someone came up to me and they will ever how you you up to and i totally like i just got really nervous and i just played myself down so much i was like oh nothing not not deny like got bits and bobs we've all been there nothing much limelight you're doing i'm pull my boyfriend was behind me and afterwards he was like what what was that like he got all this stuff going on and you just came across like you didn't believe in yourself whatsoever yeah and so like i'm not perfect and i still have these moments of self doubt so i think people believe what you tell them yes i basically put your best foot forward when when you need to yeah that's pretty good advice particularly what you say about being consistent with the message or trying to out there and what it is that you're doing that people think of you as that business suspicious in that area or person who cares activism in that certain area yeah i think it's important to kind of like nail down and yeah have some consistency.

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"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"What is on paper is not necessarily what truly truly makes you happy which we know we know one of that by think i'm the so many different definitions and the the dictionary definition still says fame money power and so to have a book where lots of different definitions laid out thanks quite useful yeah no for sure i mean you you are incredibly successful when it comes to a multi hyphen at korea you walk the talk and i think your phenomenon that kind of self promotion and that's really hard i think a lot of people find that where you difficult it's really hard to i don't know sal yourself blow your own trump or namedrop i work at google and identify with a company than the alternative is to present yourself as individual and what you're doing as individual which is kind of where did say the pb comes in and like personal branding which i do think is becoming increasingly important in the modern world of work i think you do that very very well do you think it's essential to be to have a multi hyphen career is it essential to be able to have that own personal brand them to blow your trumpet in that way and how important are kind of like social platforms and that sort of thing to fulfilling that yeah i think with anything that gets popular it kind of gets tear down of it when the girl boss hashtag is now kind of mocked their personal brand because another word that people i wrote about but it's actually becoming like you say way more important it's not we're not at the peak of it yet it's only getting more and more crucial but i think one of the things that is a massive setback for people at the moon is confidence and confidence is tied himself promotion because why would you sell promote if you don't feel good about yourself so i think you have to work on your confidence in order in order to be better itself promotion but there's lots of tips in the book.

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"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"Hello and welcome back to another episode of control today's this episode is slightly different one because i'm the guest and i thought it would be a bit too matter if i interviewed myself so i wrote in my amazing literally agent abigail bergstrom to interview me because i have a new book out and you've probably seen me tweet about it or instagram about it but now's the time for me to really talk about it because it's out its impact shops is available on amazon it might be the listening to this episode and there's a few days to wait but i'm pretty sure that by the time this reaches who is it will be available so the multi hyphen method is copying working on for awhile and it's really exciting that finally it's going to be out there in the world it's about working last it's about creating more with your time and fundamentally it's about designing your own career and not being afraid to be multiple things i have had a real topsy turvy zigzagging career essential i've come to this point in my life where i truly believe that being a multi hyphen it having multiple strings to your bow is a huge bonus is a positive and i feel like we've been trapped in this stigma and myth of the jackofalltrades being a negative thing but it added so much to my life i have multiple income streams now by talked about in the book and really it's about being so filled in all elements of your life and having lots of different projects on but also streamlining that so that you don't become overwhelmed or too busy so i've tried to fry book really about how to have multiple things on the go and also stay sane for it to stay manageable and also to be financially secure so the world of work is changing and we know that we know that we're in massive change at the moment we have the ability to work from wherever we want whenever we want but we're still trapped in an old structure many of us and i feel like having side projects is leading us down really exciting.

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"hyphen" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"hyphen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"hyphen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"hyphen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"hyphen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeahi mean he's not batmanhe doesn't put spider in everything he shooter urging he should he spied assured us as always asked me one reason about the the highfinance vitamin insane because i can i and jamiemckelvey people like that we give ferry head up about the highfive ferry had up for the half if you don't high 50don't put the from spidermanyou were wrong and and evil and an idiot and those are we judge salisbury was asked music all hyped as unimportant izumi bought mine as have netted but yet but as a hyphenated because spidermanhe is hybrid of spider and demands of the hyphen is important batman is just a man who's pretended to be a bat so batman that's fine he just need high because he's a hybrid that is why the hype and supporting people crucial the friendly neighborhood patent you got to hyphen you gotta hyphen i'm with you we are pittance well i'm a massive hadn't we all are yeahso what we do we believe we didn't hyphenated things dreadful okayso let's talk about spiderman coming in detail and the first thing we do i'vei've asked few questions you said in your questions fight dm on twitter because unlike live dangerously and will be tapping knows any order in which they were sent but the first thing is thus talk about this is the big one the time line at the movie oh it's so it such shall we talk about this yes sets get this the first thing because i when i saw when aid for johnwattsi saw this movie the first time it is this movie about two weeks ago and i saw it sitting next to ali plum formula's parish now radio1 and the the movie the the food extorted as the movie starts with michaelkeaton as agents who hymns becoming a defaulter and having all this stuff starts the end the battle of newyork which is we all know mco fans is at the end of the offenders just came out in 2000.

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