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Taxi Explodes Outside Liverpool Hospital, Killing One

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Taxi Explodes Outside Liverpool Hospital, Killing One

"British police and intelligence services are working to determine whether a taxi explosion outside a Liverpool hospital was a deliberate attack this is Matt says a cab driver's quick actions ability to potential disaster the male occupant of a taxi was killed and his driver injured when the vehicle burst into flames outside Liverpool's women's hospital on Sunday morning Liverpool met Joanna Anderson says the taxi driver could look to the doors of his cab so the passengers could leave she said he's he wrote efforts had managed to divert what could have been an absolutely awful incident counter terrorism police officers have yet to declare it a terrorist incident well three men in their twenties have been arrested Charles

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:19 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"So i'm just very really happy for her in the whole hold american team just really amazing. Yeah you know i was. We were talking about that and someone had said you know you think of like well. Most of it's the horse right. But then when you see the horse not jump the rider. Could you know. And they're so they're disqualified and two silver is amazing but by by just seconds missing out on gold I did love the someone on facebook said. Is there another family. That has collectively. Grammy's you know. Tony's an oscar not on an olympic medal. How many how many families can be able to do that so not different. Amazing amazing performance Just i mean obviously a talented talented horse but really a talented writer and again. It is a dangerous sport. And there's a lot of skill involved so yeah that's gotta be So joy is there anything. I should've asked you that. i haven't. We haven't talked much about your photography. Oh that's okay. I can get my if anybody is these two I'm on twitter. Amateur arlo photo and actually. Excuse me. twitter's joe arlow arlow photo. Is my instagram A and My websites joe are photography I do photograph a lot of area. List's a lot of other fun kind of offi athletes. I did a lot of mma. And like i said roller derby in kind of just alana local people doing some some fun stuff. So i think is just I love people who've reinvent themselves that have a new career. Like i've i've had you know i'm a farmer attorney and now then i teach school you know and so i think there is Beauty to rediscover finding a passion and doing something about it. So good for you That is great All right before. I ask you to marry question So if you are A friend of joe's and you're listening to this. I hope you enjoyed the podcast and You i know you're friends of her. You know about her springsteen of session. But i hope you will go back and check other episodes 'cause we have some wonderful talks on here J armstrong is an honors english teacher of recently retired from the philadelphia area and used to every year. His seniors would spend two days breaking the song thunder road. They would look at all the lyrics. They would talk about the imagery they would talk about. Robert frost comparing His points and other poets and at the end of it. The question is this. Get in the car so jo. That is your question. Does mary it in the car..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:38 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"You know the darkness era all those songs all my all my bootleg tapes. That i used to buy a thaw. You know at the holiday inn records swap shows. You know all those old grainy videotapes So that was definitely the era that felt like the most exciting to me on that record over and over and over again racing in the street the version. When i had that on bootleg for years that was my all time. All time favorites. I will say western stars Is just to me in absolute masterpiece. I mean so. I you know you talk about what what what what would i love to hear like. I wish we had gotten some lodge show the video. That movie was nice. It was but the lyrics and the music or just just spellbinding. It's just a gorgeous. It is work you would've loved to see like a devils and dust tour in you know in a small venue you know in small venues for. They've played that I am thrilled. We got the out of the film and t's The the husband and wife who owned my podcast. That work robin. Martha are not springsteen fans. They don't dislike bruce. They're they're wilco. Is their band. That they love the most and Coming up in. September is my six anniversary of doing. Set lessening bruce and Robin martha said you know. Hey we want to participate. Do you have any ideas. And i said well. Have you ever watched western stars. And they go. No what's that. And i go. It's an album. That bruce did and then he did a live concert. They recorded it and in between songs. There's little snippets him talking about the songs talking about his life and they said oh okay. So they're going to watch the film as a non springsteen fan and then join me on the podcast to discuss not only just the music but the film itself and i think that's going to be a lot of fun theft..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And you know there are so many resources out there particularly on those. Those peer run veteran run organizations. That really do a lot of work. That just flirted around when he was struggling But thank you again. Thank you for sharing your story because it really is. It's it's a difficult situation for everybody but those who love someone who's struggling and than for those of us who struggle. Yeah and i. I it is such is such. I think the work you're doing is really really powerful because this is there isn't a simple solution and i often get frustrated that my father was military and he my my mom said he came back from vietnam. Different never the same and And was died. You know Alone in us apartment in kentucky. He knew he was ill. He knew he was close to the end of his life and my mom and sister came up and visit him. He sent him home. I don't want you here you know and In i you you wonder the a and and i think tha versus credit. You know i thought one of the most powerful moments in fraud way was when he. I've never been a fan of the blues. E born in the say like on track. I'm like i'm skipping that one. I don't need that one. But when he played it there and he talked about. I wonder who went in my place and when you know the story of how much is done to help veterans you know Vietnam veterans of any kind of veterans Speaks a lot and there is and then we'll get to happier subject in. It does not feel like we do enough as in for our government or society with our vets. It is And like theft. Ghanistan had going on. You know i. I know there has to be a sense. I've read that of people feeling. What did i do this for because now then you know every regime claps at everything and it's just it's it's a tough time it is tough And a lot of what i hear is you know they talk about. We were there for each other and for the piano. Who help I do think the the tone for me. If i'm remembering from the broadway. Show this time when he was doing the intro before born. Usa was he was really thinking about these individuals who he admired. Who were real living. People who existed in had lives that were taken from man and just a reverence for that In the backdrop of everything. That's been going on just really humanizing. That war really is about taking the lives of individual people who were living and breathing. It really is a huge sacrifice that we really think about. And think. Hard about yeah. I absolutely agree So keep changing subjec- favorite songs are there. You've kinda shared a little bed Let's my audience is going. Okay jesse..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:31 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Telling you now. I can't go through that again. Inland dislike okay. We're getting to the doctor right now. Right like i hear you. I understand why you feel that way. But we're going to the doctor tomorrow. You know and and and so when i hear people talking about it that just tell them to cheer up or they should talk to someone or you know were you know. That's a a temporary you know. It's a permanent temporary problems and And you know. I was talking to a friend of mine and he says are you serious. I'm like yes sam. You can't do that. I said i understand that. I'm just telling you might gut instinct right now. Is this and I it's it's an it's gotta be a complicated relationship. But i don't wanna get too serious to you but i feel for you and i understand that you've got to have a little bit of sadness a little bit of anger and a little bit of you've had to forgive right. You've had to go through that process you know. It's it's interesting. And i do have i've met through. I've i've actually do a lot of suicide. prevention now. perhaps not surprisingly yeah i. I saw that in your twitter binder that you are an advocate. Yes and good for you. Thank you. And i've met a lot of folks in what i've come to understand. It's really it's really interesting to me. How everybody is experienced. Who's his loss of went to suicide. As well as the person who took their own life experiences are so difference. Yes and i think for me really just my overwhelming sense. You know the last ten years is just just sadness for him and and just migrate. i couldn't. I couldn't help him and he really was just a tremendous person and a lot of fun and Just a really loving extremely intelligent guy. And i know we talk now. Even in the last ten years we talked so much. More about veterans in.

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Basically waiting to go. You know Take me with you when you go and And the and i had lost my grandfather. I've lost my grandmother and my grandfather was still there. And so i would have happy tears because i knew i knew while he was sad he was you know trying to not you know trying to get through life together you know and and i can. I can only imagine the grief of losing someone so young your husband. you know. 'cause we'll walk together right. I'll you know wait for me. I mean that's right. That's that's the plan and As my wife says don't you leave me. Hold me bag. Oh man right so I i can only imagine. And i love your sense of hope. In your your. You know your you discovering this new passion and making a wonderful life for yourself. But i imagine letter to. You must've really like only moly. This is speaking to me. It's you know. I i appreciate you. We said you know that i. I've created this alive. There's hope and that's you know. I wouldn't wanna fool anybody you know. It's been ten years this year. Jonathan i the first five years. Were very touching go jeff. I don't think we'd be surprised to to anybody on gifts and and i will say you know he. He did take. He took his own life. He was a veteran his own life. I am so sorry to hear that. Thank you and You know that's a for anyone who's experienced the the suicide of a loved one You know it is. It's it's extremely painful and it's a particular kind of grief And a particular kind of morning. It's wrapped up with a whole lot of a whole lot of other feelings And you turn to a lot of things. I turned to photography and then of course to bruce's music letter to you. It is all over letter to you. Assume in my dreams. Of course. I have other friends who are also widows and we talk about those visitation dreams that we get so. There is a very rural component to that. So i i. I did cry during that during that performance for sure because it really is You know he is voicing that deepest part of you that is that wish fulfilment to be close to the person again that you loved most in the entire world and dreams or what you have. Yeah i There was a time several years ago. Where laid off from a job. I think unfairly. But obviously i'm going to think it's unfairly and it took me nine months to find another job and at that nine months i listened to better days land of open dreams and i i tried to have faith and i tried to fake it to you. Make it and so got a job than a year later. Got a better job and then when things were going poorly at my new job. I honestly told linda i can't do this again..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"She didn't read anything she just listened to the album and then she joined me and she talked about will tell me more stories. Because it's just very clear he's dealing with grief in the southam and So i have been very open. Joe that because of twenty twenty and the political upheaval and all the people. We lost and cova did that. I i said slightly tongue in cheek but also more serious than i. Probably if i got a new president november and a new springsteen album before the end of the year perhaps twenty twenty won't be the shittiest year ever you know and And when you think about i i still i get choked up. How did he know we needed better to you. When it came out. I mean how do you know that. And in he did. I just think it's amazing. And i see you nodding your head so please take. I didn't really ask you a question. Just share please talking. I'm just thinking about you. Know how beautifully an openly of course you know. in his autobiography. It's really intensely beautiful. And in his songs he really does speak eloquently about grief. Yes in a way that you don't think in commercial music bryce is particularly common And you know you know whether it's my mother or my husband. You really look to those songs that that comfort again. Recognize those feelings and also give you hope I think. I also go back to terry song. Yes which reminds me of my husband a lot in so i played that song over and over and over again you know when they built you brother. They broke the mold you know he was very much that kind of guy. Yeah so yeah. I think he just. I think bruce's not unique necessarily but just very eloquent greece. Yeah so there. I have a i have a friend named sara hickman and She is a singer. Songwriter in She lives in austin and I will send you a link to a song she wrote of called. Take me with you. And it was specifically about her grandparents and when her grandmother passed her grandfather was.

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:26 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And so i think. That definitely heightened heightened the feeling An honestly saw a little. Bit of concern for bruce being out in front all those people and you know he did come out with his mask on and then take it off and thanked us for wearing masks little trepidation for for him as well. Sure on i think He seemed to me to be very passionate and emotional Particularly in the second half of the show when he started really talking about the friends and his rock idols that he grew up with who who perished in vietnam You know obviously be paid all the news. This week got afghanstan. I think that seemed to be on his mind. A little bit. Sure absolutely really took his time with with those stories and also about his mother. I think for me personally. You know having the add on. I'll see you in my dreams. I mentioned the beginning. I you know. I lost my husband ten years ago and that song of course it since it was released last year. really speaks to me in a very tender way and agr- appreciated over the years. You know his mantra of as long as we're here they're here and really speaking about the way we carry our ghosts jeff and so that song was was such a beautiful coda ends quite emotional for me as well I just. I just felt like he was very relaxed. And very present An emotional too emotional to as i mentioned with with the for newsday. Oh and forty one shots. Yes just i have to say. I've seen that song a bunch of times. This was by far to me. It felt the most connected to that song. To really beautiful rendition. Yeah i've i've often talked about that. I've quoted land of hope and dreams at A couple of funerals. I lost a really good friend and and i quoted my father seen role. And i made the kind of halfway serious that i hope. You're so now my son will quote it at my funeral right But i'll see you in my dreams kind of i won't say overtook it but you could see quoting that now at service right and And i i had a lady on the podcast kasama who does A bereavement podcast g One of the things that i'm in is in a facebook group that other podcasters and find a guest be a guest right so and i'm always saying hey if you wanna join me to talk if you wanna talk about music and you want to promote your podcast. Join me you know so. Casandra was talking about breathing room. And she specifically is from the uk she's a Indian and eastern descent and she specifically trying to deal grief with people that are not anglo-saxon piscopo ian christian. You know things and absolutely lovely person. We had a great time. And at the end i mentioned You might like letter to you. You know and so. I sent her the lane and like two days later. She she goes. Oh my gosh. This album is all about greece. Can i come back on the podcast and just talk about that and In in she she knew nothing about it. She didn't watch the documentary..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I mean it's it's i will just say that i have been so lucky You know when. I started when i saw him sort of this upswing of my ability to seymour shows in oh seven on the magic tour i remember going to oakland and i saw all these people in line at this other door and i was like. What's that other door. And that's what i've heard about the pit. Because i had no idea about why what that even was almond so then for the rest of the magic tour by girlfriend and i got very lucky in so i i've been fortunate to be right up front for for an awful lot of shows by sheer luck and Guess just to two little quick stories. That are fine. You know people asked me sort of you know. Does he ever recognize you show to show. I get that a lot and my answer is always No because there's a lot of people go to shows and you know there's no reason he would remember me except except When in two thousand eight dallas. I think it was dallas in houston. i was in the front row both nights and i was front and center on the first night and the second might write the opening strands to atlantic city. Came on in the lights. Were coming up. And he walked checking out the front rows Me and his eyes got real big any pointed at me and he said you're are in the hat last night and i i was so that was like the one great moments that he remembered me the night before being really into the show and and it was it was very cute. That's awesome. that's great. I take it. You were wearing a half the night before and i. We're gonna have that night exactly. I was also in the front row on the second night. So that was that was on my forty four. Th birthday twenty. Sixteen the very last show of the tour. Gillette was really sweet very lucky. Just a handful of us waiting outside the door for him to come in and he was coming in as suv and he stopped to talk to us and say hi and look like he'd been having a little lunch little pizza on his face. Okay and Shook people's hands and that was very nice birthday gift. Two yeah So had you seen the broadway show the first times. I did in team and i've been in the midst of some business travel and was tired and i remember i was like gosh. I don't remember this. Show that well so i was glad to be able to go a second time. So talk about it. Talked about the experiencing at the second time and and We were nice enough Ken rosen join me. A few. you know. He compared he was their opening night and he did a great article for back streets and he kinda shared with us the differences so but talk about the new show in your feelings. It felt like a completely different experience. Part of it may ban was I was in the orchestra section time. And so i was. I was just several rows away in very close i think. Also we can all relate to Just everything that's happened in the last year and a half and I felt like. I had sort of run this gauntlet to get on a plane which i never thought i would do with the middle of the pandemic and fly all the way to you. Know to new york to go to the show. It just felt like a very emotionally intense events and of course. We're all in our masks following protocol in showing our vaccine cards..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:59 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I think what it was. That really spoke to me. It felt like here's an adult speaking to me like an adult talking about adult things. And i grew up in a house that of course now. We know especially with bruce's autobiography. My mother was really like bruce's father and she had bipolar undiagnosed And then she became ill with cancer and it was a very very difficult relationship in a lot of what bruce has talked about with his relationship with his father. Over the years on some level. I felt like. Here's a person who understands something about what i'm going through and my life and i don't know how but also for me. I've thought about this a lot over the years. What was so important in his music. It was like he was saying okay. I understand things are really hard right now but promise you they will get better and there will be days that will be better than whatever it is. You're going through right now. And i think i desperately needed that message to feel understood that things were tough but also the hope that that yes things would get better. I think i've kept that as i know a lot of people have. I think i've kept that my whole life through music. I totally agree Better days is one of my favorite songs and Land of hope and dreams. Probably those two. I would put as one and two of my favorite songs and there. There is that sense of hope. Instance of You know that we can overcome this I i've loved the connection of your mom in in the summer to his father because You know when. He's in his autobiography. He was so open about the relationship with his father. And how he was always seeking in searching and trying to figure out and Independence day really. Spoke to me when i when i went to the river tour. You know the second river tour. And i saw this adult man who was probably older than his father was when he wrote independence day and the idea of that transition of he's now singing from the perspective of more of the father but when he wrote it was from the sun and that you know to people that desperately love each other. We just don't know how to say it. Yeah and you know there's a there's sort of an an irony when i was talking about you know. My mother was so so difficult and on. Well that for whatever reason. I wish i could ask her she. One hundred percent supported me in my obsession with bruce and you know didn't mind. The my entire bedroom was covered florida's ceiling in posters in news articles. And she got up with me at four in the morning to go to the mall to get tickets for Member was in august. Nineteen eighty five shows. We might i you the first show that i would see in the stadium show and she got up in waited with me outside. You know so..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Well that's nice so How about your mom did she was she as passionate or see to really wasn't and I know we'll talk more about you. Know why bruce's music spoke to me. And i'll speak little bit more about her than this really. This was really my dad's domain and and my relationship with him yup. Did you go through a rebellious phrase. Say's when you start getting into high school and did you kind of rebel against your dad's music or did you just always. You may have added other bands into your quiver but you always respected what. He loved what he had Now i unfortunately. I wish i had been a little more rebellious. I might have had much better time than i did like. I said i was been nerd. Lawyer not surprising. I always really love listening to the classic rock stations. But you know. I'm at early. Mtv generation top forty in the eighties. I did listen to all that. That top forty stuff but still always came back to that. I think too that classic classic rock in still seeing some of those bands through the years even as i got older Definitely in my dad. And i remember. We went to stones concert steel wheels. I think it was Huey lewis in the news. Bob seger we still even into my teen. Years went to all those shows. You know chicago obviously got a lot of those acts coming through so yeah we definitely still kept up on the same page. Yeah where'd you go to school. Where did you go to undergrad. In law school I went to northwestern university outside chicago. i actually got a master's degree in history at the university of oregon. And then i went back to university wisconsin-madison for law degree and Had always wanted to come back to the northwest and so ended up back here soon as i graduated law school the car right outside seattle. So i was. I was lucky to land. Yeah i that's great. I i have I've never visited that part of the country though my brother-in-law in sister-in-law talk about how beautiful it is they they are always talking about. This is where we need to go for family vacation. It is incredibly beautiful. I will say. And i was talking about this with my friends Suzanne who. I was with on just in new york last week. Before for the broadway show. It does make it a little harder to see a lot of shows. Yes i mean being out here for the last twenty years You really have to work at it if you want to catch multiple shows in a tour Challenge yeah You know we're gonna get to that in a minute but it is.

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I get asked that a lot and the answer is really no. I don't it it. It's really really a stressful. And for me who's im- somewhat of a sensitive person. It's a pretty harsh environment and a pretty unhappy environment. And i think when i was doing the work i was pretty stressed out. I think i'm a much easier person to be around now. I'm a pretty chill personnel. But nobody would have described that way. Ten years ago I'm still friends with a lot of people. And i did a lot of good work. I worked in criminal justice and mental health and I feel like. I had a good run. I do miss some of that. Camaraderie in those two trickier people. But i don't miss that. That twenty four seven pace in the last ten years. I think it's only gotten as you can imagine a little more difficult Some now get to walk my dogs in the morning and i get take my lunches at home and keep my own hours and Admits much easier life now. Good well I always like to start at the beginning. Though i warned you that we will go off on tangents talk about growing up. Where did you grow up. And what kind of music did your listen to when you were a little one. So i was born in the dc area but spent most of my growing up Outside chicago okay. So i am. You may be here a little bit. My chicago accent coming out coming out sometimes And you know my father. I was because i was thinking about this question. My father was a true classic rock and roller stones. Beatles presley you know the who all the dylan all the classic classic greats and so he played a lot of music and he also took us to a lot of shows. That very young age i remember. I think my first concert was actually harry chapin very nice. I'll agree three or five years old. I remember being in grade school and going to a concert and my mother made us leave because there was too much pot smoke in the air and we were very young So he i always associate you know my early feelings about listening to the radio in rock music with my father who was always very close to an really enjoyed that So i know. I remember being twelve years old and going to the library and i wanted to know more about all the nerd. I wanted to know more about all the bands that we were listening to remember looking all those giant oversized books that you had to pull down on the shelf and looking through all the photos and i was a pretty shy kid but i really appreciate it. How how out there..

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:14 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Let's make some photos and everything So how do you get gigs. Taping pictures of people doing gymnastics and in writing horses. I'm really lucky the we're live album olympia. So that's the capital city. And because i worked in the legislative for so long i actually had a really extensive community. Okay and i always say. I've ever gotten in my life as a photographer because somebody opened the door for me had a friend who said hey. You should come photograph this on like the horse shows. I had a friend whose daughter rode horses Same with high school sports people who knew me from doing roller. Derby said hey. She's great talk very should have come to the high school sports It's a small kind of tight knit community out here tonight. Says as long as you're a nice person in you do good work. People will open the door for you. There's not a whole lot of 'gate-keeping. So i was very lucky to have a lot of community support. So you saying that. If you're a nice person brings up one of my favorite Stories i don't know if you're no who neil gaiman is of course. Okay you know. He did a A graduation speech called make good art. I don't know if you're familiar with him. Yeah yes and For listeners if you haven't Is it is it is. The speech was so good that they publish it into a book but one of his points. Was i talk about this all the time at my job You need to be. You need to be talented. You need to hit deadlines and you need to be easy to work with. But he says the reality is only need to be two out of three to be successful. If you're easy to work with and you have talent they don't care if you're late if you're easy to work with and you're on time maybe they'll take a little less quality right if you're going to be. Sob you better be on time. And you better have high quality and i i bring that a lot when i'm mentoring At my business lies like you know. Yes if you can get two out of three. It's good but how much better would you be as an employee as a teammate. If you could do all three. So i i love that story that you know Not only are you talented. But you're easy to work with. Which makes it much easier right absolutely and i think a lot of those skills i had to use as a lawyer working jim tech's and they do transfer over like you said to other aspects of life just you know being a decent person and pleasant to be around and working hard and being humble and and doing good work and it's been it's been a good life to me. I also do a lot of documentary photography in my community and so it's been a pretty good ten ten years actually so joe do you. Do you miss the drum of politics at all.

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"My father was a true classic rock and roller stones. Beatles presley you know the who all the dylan all the classic classic greats and so he played a lot of music and he also took us to a lot of shows at a very young age. I remember my first concert was actually harry. Chapin allies celebrate three or five years old I remember being in grade school and going to a concert and my mother made us leave because there was too much pot smoke in the air and we were very young so he i always associate you know my early feelings about listening to the radio in rock music with my father who was always very close to an really.

How the 'Right to Repair' Could Expand Choices and Lower Costs

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:35 min | 9 months ago

How the 'Right to Repair' Could Expand Choices and Lower Costs

"Have you ever broken one of your devices. Maybe dropped your cell phone in smashed screen or spilled a glass of water across your laptop and watched as the machine became no more than a paperweight. The options for repairing your devices in these kinds of situations can be pretty limited. Take it back to the company. Bought it from pay them to fix it or bring it to an authorized repair service. Sometimes the cost of those repairs can be so high. It's often worth just buying a whole new device but various proposed right to repair laws and even an executive order could address that by making it easier for small independent repair shops to fix our devices often at a lower cost or senior personal tech columnist. Joanna stern has been looking into this issue and comparing some of the costs and she joins us now to talk about it. A high joanna. Hey zoe so there's this fair repair act in congress but it isn't the only bit of momentum that the right to repair movement is having at the moment. No definitely not. There are a lot of pieces of this. Both at the national and state level but yes. The fair repair act was introduced in congress in june. There have been over. Twenty bills introduced at state levels including states like new york and massachusetts then in july president biden issued an executive order asking the ftc. To look into this and the thing is is that all these efforts are different but the ask for something similar. And that's really that anyone not just the big corporation that made your device be able to access the information. Manuals the parts and the tools to make a

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"Wanda duncan and i'm so glad you're joining me. As we explore the paths of black women who've made travel a large part of their lives. Welcome to the show do things so much for joining us. Today is okay. I agree to. It's fun thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hello my name. is joanna from joanna eve Business i am from new york city in currently live in new york city. Beautiful so joanna. Please tell us about how you grew up so you were born and raised in new york. Your family is from trinidad and tobago to pick So talk to us about what it was like growing up. First generation trinidadian beggaring american. So i pretty much grew up in queens raised and which is a very diverse Borrow but for the most part. I grew up in lake southeast. Clean so There's more like black. American on some lessening americans in that area but Some of my older brothers and sisters. They live from brooklyn In mike flatbush Areas too so. We grew up pretty american like eating on foods. I for the most part mate myself and my older brother like the three young. Have six brothers and sisters. So i'm the thanks Of seven so Older brother anger sister will like the baby so we pretty much grew american but very much caribbean on around the holidays. We always ate Caribbean foods Listen to korea music. Even when i went to my grandparents or even my aunts and uncles like we pretty much were caribbean but just living in america but in school it was just pretty much american Honestly didn't really feel caribbean until like going to high school. Because i met other people that were like me. When i was younger it was like assigned to jamaican here or there But never really like a big group so it kinda fell a little..

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Interview With Joanna of Joanna E.

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:46 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Joanna of Joanna E.

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hello my name. is joanna from joanna eve Business i am from new york city in currently live in new york city. Beautiful so joanna. Please tell us about how you grew up so you were born and raised in new york. Your family is from trinidad and tobago to pick So talk to us about what it was like growing up. First generation trinidadian beggaring american. So i pretty much grew up in queens raised and which is a very diverse Borrow but for the most part. I grew up in lake southeast. Clean so There's more like black. American on some lessening americans in that area but Some of my older brothers and sisters. They live from brooklyn In mike flatbush Areas too so. We grew up pretty american like eating on foods. I for the most part mate myself and my older brother like the three young. Have six brothers and sisters. So i'm the thanks Of seven so Older brother anger sister will like the baby so we pretty much grew american but very much caribbean on around the holidays. We always ate Caribbean foods Listen to korea music.

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Thousands Flee Fires That Are Raging Across Greece

Dan Wilcox

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Thousands Flee Fires That Are Raging Across Greece

"Wildfires are tearing through Greece for 1/6 straight day amid a prolonged heat wave caused by climate change. Joanna cocky icis reports. At least one person has died. Thousands have been evacuated. She's got this video shows a fairy filled with terrified people. They're fleeing an island consumed by flames. This is a via the second largest island in Greece, It was once lush green with forests. Now those forests are gray smoldering ash. Scores of fires are also raging in southern Greece and outside Athens. Thick black smoke has blanketed the Greek capital. The intense heat as well as winds have fanned the flames. Greek firefighters have been joined by hundreds of emergency workers from Europe and the Middle

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Kool & the Gang Co-Founder Dennis Thomas Dead at Age 70

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Kool & the Gang Co-Founder Dennis Thomas Dead at Age 70

"Multi instrumentalist Dennis Thomas of Kool and the gang has died in his sleep at his home in Montclair New Jersey according to his representative Thomas was seventy I marches are a letter with a look at his career if you saw Kool and the gang life it was Dennis Thomas who acted as master of ceremonies he played alto sax flute and percussion he also was a band stylist the band was known for hits like celebration get down on it Joanna and ladies night Thomas said in a twenty fifteen AP interview the band was about bringing joy we're very blessed that music touches people's hearts and their minds and keep you dance and then tries to keep you happy in this planet Thomas last played with Kool and the gang on July fourth in Los Angeles

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Interview With Dr. Joanna Bryson of the Hertie School

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:53 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Dr. Joanna Bryson of the Hertie School

"John able to catch up today. And i know we're going to be speaking about the future of human experience when it comes to the evolution of ai. I've liked to win this series. Start with where things are starting to roll forward already today. In different experts have different opinions. You have very unique of your own. I know you can think longer term but when you think about a as of now in terms of how it's altering how we live. What normal is what do you think of the most significant bits. They're already i'm first of all. I'm really glad that you asked that a lot of people. Think of as something. That's a future thing that might or might not happen whereas artificial intelligence of software techniques that we've had for decades and so it really is important but we're talking about the distant future to think about while japan what you mean Passed so we really do have to look at the last fifty years on how we've been altered already by digital technology. Now one of the tricks you may have noticed just slide. It sideways into digital technology from a and that's because a lot of the conversations that definitions the arguments people get into around the term. Ai so if what you mean by a i is something. That's exactly like a person than i would. Basically argued at length with us that you will never have that exactly traduced but something. That isn't a person you know a lot of what it is to be. Human is the set of constraints that we have as apes right. And that alters how can learn what we can proceed what actions were capable of some time rate at which able to respond since like that. Okay so you're not gonna get that something that you On is just not like that. But if what you mean what i mean when i talk about artificial intelligence as the subset of all intelligent things which somebody's made intentionally right. It's an artifact so talents modified artifacts not not not rocket science. But you'd be surprised. How much will argue with that.

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"i. joanna" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:07 min | 10 months ago

"i. joanna" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"I'm sure you could find your joys in there but it just wasn't for me so anyways that's why i started making videos and then you you become this like vehicle for brands so we know that brand game. Yup that's lucrative in gray especially fit aligns with your content right but then that also seems like it's not a permanent solution writing 'cause when you when you watch tv. They're like six ads. But it's not the actors or the reality star saying the ads. It's like there's a pause and then you see ads. Yeah and then they come back right and you don't associate like even longoria with glade because she's not holding it in sing like by the way this is some dope air freshener. Yeah whereas we are. Yeah so it's like. How wild is this media model like how crazy and the fact that we're not valued for that reason like i think there's so much more value in creators because we are putting our faces our voices behind products will in. We're making it interesting. And were making it relatable. And like i don't do a brand deal if i don't like the brands like the product. No thank you. But like if i do then i'm gonna talk about it in whatever way works for me. So it's i think it's interesting. I was thinking about this. I think yesterday with a friend of mine who works commercially traditionally. And it's so weird that people look at people that have like super bowl commercials or at and t. commercials and like. Oh my god. That's the that's the girl. And then we do brand deals. And then we'll lear like oh you're selling out and it's like what just because this is an on. Tv doesn't guy may commercial. Act door right. i think. I think is changing. I hope it's changing. I think also when you zoom out like damn everything is fueled by the money only well. That's the reason tv started. i think it was advertising. And so then they were like how do we get people to watch our ads. And that and now we create show's content is just a vehicle for pushing products how scary capitalism grossberg from it and we love but we also hate it. It's the worst but it's the only way that we can live in this society because that's what it's built on but maybe it's going to change may not the capitalism is gonna on crash but i think even looking at the travel space now. This is another thing that i've been thinking about a lot. We did this on the show. Like i always fell in love with the sustainability pieces. Yeah there was also another article in the new york times about plane shaming like travel. Shame short shirt has co two emission rights pollution. Yes yes eco-friendly tourism. And all this stuff and like when you think about the future of ads and brand deals and all the things that make money yeah. We'll we pivot to be more sustainable. Will there will model shift. will it be more like. Hey pay ten bucks. A month to subscribe to my channel. Just like netflix. Says model is like there's a subscription model. You don't see ads on netflix. Right would that be a viable option to what get away from from. Randy's maybe i mean i i abs- that's definitely like. Hbo started that way. Hbo was the first network. That d- did that model of like you pay no ads. You're getting premium content and then. Hbo just needed to get as.

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Dissecting Benjamin Purnell and His Cult, the House of David

Let's Start A Cult

02:08 min | 10 months ago

Dissecting Benjamin Purnell and His Cult, the House of David

"After being booted out of ohio. The cornell's decided to relocate to the city of benton harbor where they settled on some land located on the southeastern shore of lake michigan there in nineteen. Oh three they founded religious society called the israelite house of david which aimed to reunite the twelve tribes of israel in hopes of preparing themselves to receive jesus christ upon his return to earth in the new millennium very long sentence. Yes so they're they've created the kalt role show credits. That's what we did. Yeah thanks for stopping by. Were you like in a movie when they say the name of the movie. I'm like when's the credits said take a shot. This goal was in line. With benjamin cornell's belief that he was the seventh and final messenger of god as prophesized by joanna south cod so big big shoes to fill. Yeah a little bit. Yeah more specifically. He was convinced that he had been entrusted to carry out the mission outlining the revelation chapter. Eleven verse fifteen which read quote and the seventh angel sounded and there were great voices in heaven saying the kingdoms of this world are becoming the kingdoms of our lord and his christ and he shall reign forever and ever and quote so basically wants to be The messenger of to god basically. It's always it's always to me that people that are super religious especially when you're in the mindset of being a cult leader or a member of a coal or something of the sort that you all of a sudden see yourself as this grand profit or character or a figure head. It's like where was the. Where is the bridge that gaps from lake normal minister. Who goes out and tells people about god to god chose me and i am in the to bring the apocalypse and bring jesus back in it. It's just always a funny jump

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Drake Rents Out Dodger Stadium for a Private Dinner Date

Big Boy's Neighborhood

01:25 min | 11 months ago

Drake Rents Out Dodger Stadium for a Private Dinner Date

"Was spotted on a date in an empty Dodger stadium. Very player. Oh, my gosh. Like this guy can have a chick fil a open on Sunday. Seriously, the entire stadium is closed, and he and his date are the only ones on the field Crazy in the field of Dodger Stadium in front of the Dodgers dugout him his day and one server and the date though big. This is huge news is Amar E Bay. Please. Mom, Joanna Helberg. She He is a basketball player at Sierra Canyon, where LeBron James son also plays and we saw all those games that Drake and like Michael B. Jordan, we're going to when they were hanging up. She's fine. Big like she is so beautiful curve She got, like her great curb. Always drink. No, no, I said, I said hurt. She's absolutely beautiful. And obviously when the photos first came out when Drake was at Sierra Canyon there We're sitting right next to each other, and people couldn't stop talking about how beautiful she was. But it looks like Drake shot his shot and he got the date and he shut down a whole stadium for her. Did they get the video? The pictures? Okay. So a helicopter guy Chris Christie flew over from ABC took the photo and then post it up on his Twitter and was like Just flew over Dodger Stadium cut two people having a cozy dinner and then it turned out to be Drake.

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Container Ship That Blocked Suez Canal Finally Sets Sail

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Container Ship That Blocked Suez Canal Finally Sets Sail

"Given is finally sailing again. It blocked global trade after it got stuck for nearly a week in the Suez Canal last spring. Joanna Cock icis reports. Egyptian authorities released it today after agreeing to a compensation deal with its owners. Tugboats escorted the ever given through the canal and onto the Mediterranean Sea. The ship had been docked since being dislodged at the end of March, as the Southwest Canal Authority and ship representatives worked out a compensation deal. Authority chairman Osama Robbie told reporters that the authority will receive the compensation in the next couple of months. He did not specify how much money because the parties have signed a non disclosure agreement. Media reports have put the figure at around 200 million for NPR news. I'm Joanna Cock icis. Wall Street has turned to

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Satya Nadella: Windows 11 Is Centered on You

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:30 min | 11 months ago

Satya Nadella: Windows 11 Is Centered on You

"I'm joanna. Stern and i recently had a chat with a pretty big name in the tech world. My name is satya nadella. Sio chairman of microsoft the that i spoke about windows eleven. That's the company's next big operating system. It was announced yesterday. And it's due out later this year. I'm calling right now from a windows. Ten computer what is going to be different upgrade to windows eleven i would say the experience right it's modern and more importantly it centered on you even just that little subtle shift of this start in the center there. It is from the king of microsoft himself in windows eleven. The start button moves to the bottom center of the screen but that cosmetic change actually has deeper meaning. That word center center center of center is core to noodles vision. That windows eleven should be at the center of your digital life as apple and google entice users to their increasingly closed off worlds. He wants windows eleven to be compelling choice for people who don't wanna live exclusively in either. I think windows has a role to play as that most open of ecosystems today that plays nicely with in fact the others. We you know we we want you to be able to connect your phones to your. We want you to be able to communicate to people on phones or other. Pc's that's evident in the new features windows eleven can run android apps something that hasn't been possible

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PREDICT Director Jonna Mazet Waved off Lab Leak Theory Early, Ignoring 'Anomalies'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

PREDICT Director Jonna Mazet Waved off Lab Leak Theory Early, Ignoring 'Anomalies'

"Piece about that Lancet letter because here's where it gets really toasting of the muffins time. The global director of predict was a doctor, Joanna Masset of the University of California, Davis. The W. H O conducted an investigation into the origins of covid, it turns. It turned to Dr Dash shock from the Eco Health Alliance to lead the effort. No conflict there, folks. He declared the origin of the virus to be zoonotic occurring naturally from an animal to humans in an unknown fashion. We now know based on Scott's reporting. Dr Dash. Chuck was the driving the whole force behind the letter published in the March 7 2020 issue of Lancet. One of the leading medical journals in the world. Whose signature ladies and gentlemen is on that letter. Or whose name is on that letter. Peter Dash. Jack's name is on it waving people off the lab league theory. Which is kind of fascinating. You know who else is? Name is on it. Yeah, John, a massive From predict. The Department of Defense Associated Program with their money. She signed it, too. Had her name on the letter waving people off. Also on that letter was Jeremy Farrar remember him from yesterday's radio show. The guy who got the email from Edward Holmes. Remember what the email said? Yeah, we've We've seen some anomalies in this, but we're not talking about it because it'll make us look like loons. You've seen some anomalies in what the virus. What were those anomalies was at the double CG fingerprint code, which would indicate that it was likely man made. At the bat Lady that dash axe working with Left out of her report. Conveniently, she admitted that kind of an important piece of information to admit no

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Japan Says Transgender People Must Be Sterilized

BBC World Service

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Japan Says Transgender People Must Be Sterilized

"Is the process of changing one's gender presentation and or sex characteristics to accord with one's internal sense of gender identity. That's the idea of what it means to be a man or a woman or to be non binary, but in Japan before being able to legally change your gender You have to be sterilized or indefinitely incapable of reproduction. Joanna Wally has this report. Okay? Yeah. Whoa! To boy 39 year old for me nose, Akiyama beams with pride as his young daughter attempts to counter fingers. Oh, Why is the heartwarming family scene in a Tokyo park? They appear like any other father and daughter books behind the smiles. There's a sadness what apartment Outdoor market cornered. I can't get married to my partner. I don't have any legal ties with our Children. It's okay when everything is all right. But what if she becomes ill? Or if something were to happen to our child? Damn Tamino cannot marry his female partner and therefore has no legal ties with his Children. Because for me now is not recognized as male born female has been living as a transgender male for 10 years and in Japan to legally change your gender. You must be sterilized. So go to the

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Working From Home Permanently Could Transform Rural America

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Working From Home Permanently Could Transform Rural America

"People started working from home because of the pandemic some started working from their second homes. Those tend to be in rural areas not in cities and if they stay after the pandemic could end up transforming parts of rural america. Here's sarah gibson of new hampshire public reporting from the lakes region for five year old. Joanna shell off. Winter in the pandemic has been pretty good. I just i could this and they do different kinds of skiing. You told me all the kinds like cross country skiing a tiny bit on my ski loose on and down housekeeping normally joanna and her family live in philadelphia but this year. They're hunkering down in their second home. A two hundred and thirty year old farmhouse their main reason for being here joanna and her sister going to the tiny public school down the road. It's been in person five days a week since september as opposed to the philadelphia school district which has been largely virtual joanna's dad. Eric shell off. A doctor saw a lot of job. Become virtual too so he can work anywhere even the barn outback which he opens up for me. Amidst collections of bicycles and boats shell off shows me his standing desk. We made this out of old learned doors and saw horses. Despite the rustic charm. There have been some challenges like really slow internet but off feels fortunate to be able to do. This and the shelves aren't the only family in this. Migration of urban residents to rural new hampshire several nearby schools have seen their enrollments increase as a

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Verse-Mapping the Bible with Kristy Cambron

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Verse-Mapping the Bible with Kristy Cambron

"Welcome to the living room kristy cameron. I'm so glad that you have joined us today. How thanks for having me. I've been excited to come and visit. Yeah yeah you know your your name came across my desk. And and i thought i know that name and then i realized oh. She's all over the place in my kindle. You are just prolific fiction author. And i love. I love your rioting but it was so exciting to see that you're not only a fiction girl. You have a deep deep love for the word. And i am so excited to talk to you. About burst mapping and the new bible study bible. That's come out from zondervan and we tell us. How did you even get started in. Bursts mapping how did a fiction author tie. She's she's not only does jesus girl but she's a word girl. I love that question. It has a very long answer. Does fortunate we are that we are on a podcast conversation and we can talk through some of that. I would say I'm asked often. I would say it has more to do with the space of ministry that god calls you to as a storyteller burst is being a fiction author or nonfiction author or any number of things that you can do that. The lord has called me to the space of ministry from where art and history and faith intersex so that can look like a lot of things right. It can look like historical fiction and it has. I'm working on my eighth ninth and tenth novel so he looks like that but also just this great love of stories and storytelling and that for me has bridged across to nonfiction. Into verse mapping and somewhat. I didn't college I went to art school. So i'm art girl Not really good into drawing painting not that kind of art art research and research writing. So that's my background. And it's just this love of like. I said art and history and faith coming together in the ward saying once you start telling the stories that i want you to tell and just stepping stepping out if you will into that.

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Employers aim for hybrid working after Covid-19 pandemic - How will it work?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

09:56 min | 1 year ago

Employers aim for hybrid working after Covid-19 pandemic - How will it work?

"Exactly a year ago the pandemic forces all out of the office and our studios and sent us working from home. Well we were setting up our at home audio booths. A lot of other people around the world were setting up their at home offices and it soon became clear that we'd need some long term solutions for that not just laptop stacked on top of piles of books. So that's when we turn to our senior personal tech columnist to anna stern and some of you may remember. We had a regular segment with her on the task of working from home now a year later. Were hoping that our days of working remotely are numbered but even when we do reach the other side of the pandemic a slew of companies have announced that they aren't expecting employees to go back to work in the same way as in the pre pandemic days. The new buzzword is hybrid. But what does that mean exactly. Well who better to answer that question. Then of course joanna stern. She's back with us today. Joanna so great to have you here so good to be back all right so right now. It's me sellin my home studio you and your home office. But we're all excited to get some more real facetime in person you've been talking to a bunch of companies. What are they saying about this idea of hybrid work. What does that mean. They are all saying the word hybrid hybrid hybrid hybrid hybrid work. It means that you will work some time at home and time at the office and the analysts are saying that the brunt of people want this people want to work sundays at home. And there's a magic number. Two days i heard the number two to three days so many times in reporting this story everyone is saying we'll spend two to three days at the office or two to three days at home. You pick the number of days so that so bad fifty fifty give or take. Let's talk about what that's going to look like many of us work in open offices. How are those gonna change with this hybrid model so it definitely depends on your organization and how they plan to shake things up and move the spaces around but knowing that we might spend two to three days at home. It doesn't make sense for many of these companies to have permanent desk space for everybody. So that's why there are these new models of thinking about what the the office space will look like and go through. What i think are three ways. This could look at your company. One is same old right. Nothing changes you. Actually go back to your old desk. Maybe there's some more distance between you and your colleague that's nice you don't get the smell them smell bad anymore. It's great the other idea. This is number two which is becoming really popular because of that point that not. Everyone should have their own desk because not everyone's going every day. Is this idea. And i promise you. This is not my term in. It's horrible turam hot Hosking means that you don't have an assigned test you come in you get a new desk you leave you come in another day. You have a different desk and again it makes sense because not everyone is in on the same day. One of the people i spoke to for the story is the ceo of salesforce joanne. All saskia and she explained to me how they are moving to that model. Everyday you come in you find with your team if you want or you know wherever whoever you might be working with you grab a desk in there you go. And we have a crew that comes in at night and they reset the monitors and reset chairs reset standing desks. So the next day when you come in is completely clean completely sanitized. So we're already doing that will now. We're going to do that with most of our spaces and then the third one is really a big change and it's no desk. You have no desk. You're really just going to the office to collaborate with people to go to meetings and companies are doing. This dropbox is one of them. They are calling their their new spaces. Dropbox studios really call it in office anymore. And you just go in you have meetings you collaborate you bond with your colleagues and then you go home and you work from home most of the time. So let's talk about that working from home piece. We've all gotten pretty used to our at home. Setups how is this hybrid. Model going to change those. What are some of the new challenges. I think the big when we have to think about is that we're going to be bringing stuff back and forth and back and forth a lot laptops other. Techy wanted home. Or you want at. The office headphones microphones that kind of stuff. In some cases you won't bring it and you will have a situation at your office where you can keep some of it there but i think in some cases you really are going to want to drag that stuff back and forth because you might only have one of them or you like the thing that you use. Some companies are getting creative about how employees get the extra tech might need. Here's sales for ceo. Joanna subscale again. We provide any role that they need so they want an external keyboard they can have asked. They want mouse. They can have that they. Just get it out of the the vending machine. I need a keyboard and outcomes a keyboard. Did she say vending machines yes. She said vending machines and at salesforce. Unlike some other offices that we may work in. You don't get stale cookies or you. Don't get stale doritos. You've met computer peripherals and it's pretty simple. This is just a way for the it department not to be constantly responding to requests. That i need a new mouse or need a new headset. You're in the salesforce offices. They have vending machines. They're inside there. You go you swipe your card you get it and you don't pay for it. This is this is all free. Means like you're getting it from the department at another nice thing at salesforce to is that once you've gotten these peripherals they give you a cubby or locker to put your stuff in so you don't necessarily have to keep dragging back and forth your keyboard or your mouth your headset. You have it in your space at work. You got home. You have your home setup you come to work you grab your peripherals. You set them up. Got it okay. So that's the tech side of things but what about just communication. I mean we've been doing so much communication online. If some people are in the office some people are at home. How's that going to work. The biggest mistake you can make is thinking that you're going to go back to the office and you're not going to be video calling anymore. Don't think terry okay. And i spoke at length with the ceo of logitech about this name is bracket daryl and he knows a thing or two. About webcams impersonal. Webcams are going to continue to be important in enabling conference to superport. You've got Dynamic where it's hard to imagine going to the office for so many companies didn't have a lot of your neighbor rooms where you go by yourself. Do video call with few people do small group. It's hard to imagine video neighboring those rooms especially when it's so affordable. Obviously logitech is very excited about this because this is their business. Everyone has tried to buy a webcam from logitech in the last year. But other companies have said this to me to zoom. Told me this microsoft. Lots of companies webcams everywhere. Okay so we've talked about video calls but we're using technology for a lot of other communication that we would have done in person before right we've been using slack teams google products to collaborate. What's in store for us on that front. Yeah i mean you have to think about it as we're actually all remote workers now even when we're at the office because not everyone is going to be at the office with us. So that means we have to lean on things like slack and microsoft teams or whatever. Your company uses more to communicate because we're all going to be distributed and so slack in these companies are specifically trying to look at their products and change their products to help with this hybrid. Model slack is working on one feature. They told me about where you can send a video message to the entire team so instead of having to do constant video calls someone on your team can put out one short video clip to everyone in the in the channel and say something so everyone on the same page about it and again that cuts down on the friction of. Hey you said something in the office but the other person wasn't in the office and they missed what you said so. It's really important. The other thing that i'm excited about that they're coming out with is kind of like a audio drop in conference call thing that will let you create an audio call and have other other people jump in. I like to think of it as clubhouse but in slack google's doing a lot in this space to they've added some functionality to work space which includes all their collaboration tools like meat and doc slides etc. One feature. That i think is really important. Is this ability to set your status and let people know where you are ahead of. Google workspace aerosol. Tarot also gave me in scope on how they're planning to beef up. Google docs and this is something that we're going to be delivering this year and we started to introduce. How do you move from. The collaboration experienced made us famous. So the idea that we can all jump in and be the dueling curse into to say. Hey let's enrich that and go from like dueling pursers with names to faces and voices that live alongside the document. That's like a marriage of google meat and google docs right. Yeah i'm i'm pretty excited about it. I mean sometimes. I don't necessarily want my editor yelling at me. When he's editing a my script but at least you know everyone is right you. You know what. They're what they're working on and whether they are actually Looking at the documents. I think that's pretty cool. Said like a true boss. Qatari all right. So what about the home office side of things. How are our home. Office is going to be changing the going forward. I don't think they change much. I think if you've set up a really nice office you're going to keep working there and you're gonna wanna keep working there. Some of the companies and the large companies. I spoke to talked about continuing to make employees feel comfortable in their home offices which means nice stipend survived tech or furniture. Obviously the ceo of logitech is pretty excited that we're going to continue to improve our home

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Writer Aliette de Bodard Discusses Matriarchies in Fiction

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

03:28 min | 1 year ago

Writer Aliette de Bodard Discusses Matriarchies in Fiction

"The world as we know it is ruled by men but when it comes to fiction writers can choose what power structure they create and how they depicted despite the free rein this allows authors most recently replicate the patriarchy win authors. Do step outside the familiar. Societal structures and present us with matriarchies. What do we see. Aristotle condemned societies. The place women in paula knowing then is gonna caucases for threatening masculine supremacy since then. Men have often used representations of matriarchies as a way to demonstrate that women are incapable of or should not be trusted with holding power thankfully. The tide is turning early. Feminist speculative fiction writers like joanna russ explored all female worlds and pave the way for modern writers to explore more diverse power structures in action as something more than just projected male anxiety one. Such writer is elliott to bought out who. We are very pleased to welcome in joining us. In a discussion of matriarchies in speculative fiction. Thank you so much for joining us elliott. would you like to introduce yourself to ellis. Yes thank you so much for having me here. my name is edzard. I'm an award-winning writer. Of fantasy. and science fiction Most known for the universities which is a vietnamese inflicted space opera and my latest book is fire heart tiger which is a suffolk romantic. Fantasy said i guess you could call it too much rocky awesome and that is exactly why you are here to talk about matriarchies tonight. So first of all. I'll matriarchies only of used to us. As a way to deconstruct all paradise the patriarchy there other things right and they are They have historically existed Day are also very There's been a lot of investment in mostly trying to hide that they've existed or make it so that they were those terrible the stoke in places. Because you know god forbid that women ever been charged with anything But you can trust for instance The vietnamese society before the arrival of the chinese who who subsequently colonized vietnam was very probably some kind of much marcle and or much linear and you could see it in. You can't see anymore in the recorded history but you can see it in the fairy tales and the miss that our cost down where it's very clear. The women hold the power and that lineages passed through the mother instead of being passed through. The father is actually very interesting to look at the texts and go. You get those kinds of archaeological remains within the tax off the dragon. The dragon prince who marries the queen of the mountain. But she's the queen he's just the prince a to me. That's kind of really fascinating to see how it's been thoroughly arrays. Because the received wisdom was that those things just couldn't possibly exist.

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Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom

"You're listening to beautiful podcasts. Emma recently shared that. She's expecting a baby this summer. So in this episode. I'm giving her a one on one on how to survive life as an internet mom online bullying in general overstepping in parenting on. The internet is always tough. But it's extra extra extra tough when you're a brand new mom so if you're at a similar stage in life to us this episode is for you and if not you can just listen and be glad that it's not you. Yeah yeah i was like how about we do an episode where you just give me advice about being a mom online. Because i just feel like. That's one area that People get royal judgy in mean on like even more than normal yet. I'm like ooh what's going on with this. Like i didn't become a mom till i can't remember enough. I was thirty four. Thirty five luscious say. I was in my mid thirties. When i became a mom so i had a whole decade of watching other people do online before i started so i knew it was gonna be rocky in that way. Yeah and it was everyone has boundaries whether you see them or not but even if you feel like you have pretty tight boundaries other people will not see it that way and it's it's just very challenging because a lot of the meanest comments you'll get our projections. It's not even really about something you did. It's about something that that person feels or that that person went through or that they're somehow trying to protect your child from so let's jump in. We've been blogging fourteen years so we definitely know how to deal with rude comments. Let's just put that out there. In the beginning it does get easier. We know how to delete in block. We know how to respond. We know how to learn from something. That is legitimate criticism. All of those things are normal to us for seasoned pros but when it comes to being a mom it does change it a little bit and I wanna give them a pep talk. That i never got because in some ways i wasn't prepared and i think especially in my first year of parenthood. I was a little bit more defensive than i am now. I wish that i wouldn't have been interesting. The internet tends to get really really invested in bloggers having babies and. I know that this already happening to emma. Even though it's like she's the most private person. I know a lot of bloggers. And she's probably like in the top two. Most private bloggers out of all of our group of friends. And it's still going to happen. So take notes emma. Here's your pop talk. Are you ready. Yes. let's do it. Yes and tell me and tell me what you think about each thing. Because i want to hear your thoughts to. I don't know parenting. I wanna say up front like the one of the reasons why we didn't make this parenting podcast and why we don't do. A lot of parenting advice is because that's not our job and we know that like i don't want it to be your job but i think in this one episode. I think it's worth it to just like go there Because we have learned some things and you're about to enter into a season where you're the most tired and the most stretched then that you've been in a long time and then to pile people being mean to you on top of that is just not fair. That's what i wish people. Well and i definitely feel like When people have made comments or criticism of my job which is like pudding In craps and things like that on the internet so if someone's like this recipe sucks. I'm like well you know this. I m putting this out there as a part of my career. Cookbook out. I you know have a. That's a big part of what i do on our blog. I feel a lot more like okay. This is what i'm choosing. But i don't really consider being a mom part of my career. I consider it something that i've always wanted to do. And i'm sure. I will want to share photos of my child and and myself being pregnant and things like that here and there but i don't really think of it as this is a career move. I just think of it as oh my mom's going to want to see this i'll post. Yeah okay well. It's harder when it's like that on that. No i have to skip ahead to point number five. Just read too early because it relates to what you're saying it says okay even if you make zero dollars from your kid never put them in and at et cetera. People will still call your mom blogger so just like let it happen. I was in a magazine article in. I think like people last year where they were calling me a mom blogger and it also had like clear and joanna from the home edit. They're definitely not mom bloggers either and then it had us with like you know some of the people who actually are mom workers so i feel like just having a kid in some people's minds makes you in the category of mom blogger. But i do think it's own business that the people who choose to do that they make these choices they make these big boundaries. They make these sacrifices. None of those things are we doing. And we're not even trying to enter into that category. It just gets muddy and other people's minds. Yeah okay so my first piece of advice and this is the best advice anyone ever gave to me. Before i became a mom and i think it's the most important parenting advice you can have is that you have to choose to listen to your instincts over everything so especially being a mama will want to give you a lot of advice from everything from you. Know your car seat choice to your education choices. You know if you ever open up about anything personal or any kind of struggle with your kid. The advice you'll get will be overwhelming and massive but your inner voice is already telling you at least for me every point in my parenting journey. My instincts have told me what to do. And i think that you can really trust them. They're there for a reason and they're really the biggest thing that you don't wanna ignore to now that makes sense. Yeah i'd i didn't read a ton of parenting books i've talked before about. I love the danish way of parenting. I and i did read a couple of books about adoption when we were first opting but reading like a ton a parenting books. I don't think is necessary. I think you have to listen to your own. Inner voice and it's good also to get like a core group of other moms who have some stuff in common with. You can listen to them. Like i usually ask my best friend a couple questions a year. You know or ask other moms. Who are bloggers laura. You know like ask her things whenever it has to do with like you know blogger specific stuff so

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Navigating These Troubled Times with Mary DeMuth

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Navigating These Troubled Times with Mary DeMuth

"Well hey there my friends. I am just so honored that you chose to tune in to the podcast today. One of my favorite things about this format is that we get to talk about important topics with people who have a lot of wisdom and today is no exception in fact. I'll tell you what. I've really been looking forward to talking to mary booth because she has insight into some of the hot topics that that honestly it's hard to have conversations around and today we're gonna talk about the importance of prayer and living biblically knowing the word of god so that it shapes our lives but then we navigate the emotionally charged often deeply divided world in which we live even in the church. I love it when god brings people across your path that you've admired from a distance but you get to meet in person and you think oh my word. They're even cooler than i thought. And mary demuth you or one of those people i just so appreciate your heart for jesus your generosity to people in your willingness to speak truth god's truth when sometimes it's difficult to here and We're going to be kind of delving into that but we're also going to be talking about your new book. Pray every day. But there's so many things i can't wait to talk to you about mary. Demuth welcome to the living room. Hey it is great to be in your living room in its cozy here. I love it. I love it your cyber living room exactly kind of a virtual living room where you located at mary. I'm in north texas near dallas awesome awesome. And i'm so we're just almost next door neighbors. I'm in. i'm just above you in montana. So several thousand miles away down the lane. That's right that's right will marry has just has had a voice in the christian women Round for so many years author of forty two books and her newest one is pray every day. which is i. Am i right to assume that that kind of came out of the your podcast. It did exactly I my podcast is almost three years old now and it's a very simple format. I read scripture. And then i pray it's about five minutes long And what prairie day is is one of the things i wanted to do is explore the actual prayers of the bible and This is a ninety day devotional. There's a little more than ninety prayers in the bible. Not much more. And so it was really fun to add. Never really seen that explored before says really fun to explore. What are the verse of the bible. And then what does that mean for me. And how do. I move forward in prayer. And what do i. What can i learn about prayer every single day for ninety days. That may change my prayer life. That's so beautiful it's a. It's a lovely book in so approachable. What do you think you know as you spent that time looking at the of the bible. What were some of the main things you learned about prayer. Well i think there's so many different types of prayers and one of the ones that i really appreciate is the lament psalms These are prayers of lament and they go through a very specific format And the fun thing about in a lament psalms it starts with y y y all this bad stuff happening and then it ends with reminding ourselves of the goodness of god. And that's been a really nice pattern for me to follow particularly when the world fell apart We can lament their scriptural foundation for doing that. It's okay to say. I don't understand it's okay to say where are you got. This is all part of the prayer life that we can have. That's so beautiful. You really do love that about the lord that he doesn't ask us to tidy up our prayers before we come but to pour out our hearts. And i i think sometimes we're afraid to be honest about where we're at why. Why do you think that is well logically. It doesn't make any sense. Because if god is omniscient he already knows and so why would we try to hide it from him. It's not gonna work. But i think we don't do it because we're afraid and i also think we don't really understand the relational aspect of god prayer is not a transactional thing. It's actually a relational thing. And so god is always pursuing us in relationship and when we pray were simply having a conversation with him and when we don't pray then we are not having a conversation with him so it's important that we just. He knows it all ready. And we're not gonna take them by surprise by telling them. This really hurts. This is confusing to me and the reason that we do it and the reason god wants us to do it is that he wants to be with us in relationship when we are going through stress and trauma. Yeah i and. I think that's a thing that we forget is is that he really is god with us and for me. You know god's just kind of doing something new in my prayer life that. I've actually been praying for years and it's that that it would become more real and more vibrant in one of the simple little things that has changed. Prayer from me is to consciously come into his presence you know. Sometimes i just pull out my prayer. I do my prayer. I do everything. I read my bible and then you know god bless dinner and all of that and i don't really realize the privilege that i've been given and we've been given to come into the very throne room of heaven. How has praying every day. Change that aspect for you. I think it's been more of even though god is holy holy holy and i i remember him such. There's a a deeper camaraderie. That comes the more i prayer. Pray and the more. I understand that this is real and like you said just imagining it or thinking of it is. This is a privilege and this is real. And i'm in god's presence right now and he has that word with is really powerful. We just jumped off of a season of Of christmas and advent and that word whisk emmanuel god with us is such a powerful word. And i think we lost a little bit of that. It's not about us trying to perform christian louis. It's about us being disciple by jesus.

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