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"i._d." Discussed on Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories
"Eight thirty pm you put the kids to bed so between nine fifteen eleven fifteen pm this what the time i'm gonna suspending on your blog on your side project on your side hustle so on monday from nine fifteen to eleven fifteen billion blog marketing on tuesday a blog writing and research wednesday it re- blood leaning and marketing thursday if we blog writing and marketing and then friday you'll be checking stocks looking at it goals and doing some bit of reflection on the weekend. I'd say you dedicate that time for family. Maybe on sunday evenings. You might side getting ready again for the week ahead but you know it you. You need to spend time with your family so i'd have put in a shed. You'll hear on on saturday and sunday and you spend time resting as well so okay so i hope that blogging shenzhen meet sense. If only there was a done for you content promotion plan that is more or less s. plug and play that can easily be implemented. There is a chance that i also have you done for you. Contribution plan so keep listening until the end of this particular podcast number four update old post. One of the smartest waste increase website traffic is by updating the existing content on your blog or website according to search engine journal google has this freshness shenice aggregate algorithm that they they use to determine the ranking of your particular content. This means that ideally you need to keep the content and on your blog as fresh as possible to increase your chances of appearing on page one another key factor is that if a blog post that you twelve months ago he's not getting the traction you wanted. You can give it near life by updating it now. There's no need to rewrite the entire block boats and from scratch. That's not necessary. You can simply update if you paragraphs the title the keyword if needs be that would be very careful when i'm losing a key would update. The keyword is if you're going for a long tail vision trying to get ranking for a much less yeah. Let's are less competitive. Kiewit competed a one at your ready hot <hes> the methodist corruption and click the update button it it may also mean that you need if to add a few more paragraphs to an existing blog posts in order to improve the comprehensiveness of the of your your answer you may also need to add media like images infographics feed you that that kind of a thing on actual post. I._d.'s did this with two of my top ranking blog booze because when i looked in google search console i noticed that visitors wanted more details to the questions. How did i noticed that because <hes> google was ranking me for keywords. I didn't optimize the bug posts four and i looked on page one. I was stuck. I was stuck in the bottom of page on top of page two for a while so i look at other people's other people who one page when i look at dear particular <hes> content on the particular blog posts i notice that people on the comments that people making under bush and his people wanted a little bit more information compared to what already route so so those two posts went from around seventeen hundred in one thousand nine hundred words took two thousand four hundred words as i needed to include even more information on on each of those bubbles number five is guest posting just listening to that title you meet me.
"i._d." Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"You don't work with younger clients and you. Can it be black so i kinda hit to try like i gotta get outta here of so you know they they are. They are supercontinent everything. Thanks i'm a mentor. Who's they're still my mentor. These been in maryland ever wonderful news like you're gonna do those three things. Just not you know it's just not gonna work out for oh. You got to understand when i was at merrill. There was fourteen thousand plus advisors. It was only a hundred of color <hes> this is this is in two thousand and sixteen right. A hundred advisers are color that includes trainees right like that's crazy so <hes> yeah. It's nuts and again at this point. The difference is one hundred plus years years old. Let's not act like that's not systemic right. That's not that's not like oh. We can't find people to bring in like there's a reason so that way. I had a really bad <hes> bigoted racist experience at merrill lynch forced me to leave which is why i was like all right. I gotta get outta here <hes> and they don't independent side in the we lose them for a second year tyrone. I think so sorry about that. Everybody lost connection for a second there but we are back in action now anyway. The last thing we were talking about or you were talking about. Tyrone was your experience at merrill lynch so go back through the story and in kind of take it from there. Yes so basically i was. I was saying in two thousand fifteen. <hes> got introduced to bitcoin by friend of mine who is ruby developer burn the weird who is like tinkering with computers and making our fake i._d.'s younger <hes> two thousand sixteen started to you work with early stage startups in and younger clients in two things you don't do merrill and in fact i was a black male layer. It was just too bad that makes a head to go but ultimately left their two thousand seventeen went independent and it has been <hes> tremendous for you know social media presents presents which you can't have it merrill <hes> in actually building a practice that has been around you know slowly built around early stage <hes> kind clients clients in a client teams right founding teams in an also climbed to crypto asset so and it's it's got me on on you know your podcast so it's all worked out. Absolutely you mentioned that the going independent thing that's massive because as you know there are so many different regulations and finance and so many things you can't do and like it's completely nonsensical at times to where it's just like the like these regulations just for the fact that being regulations and it leads to it limits somebody like you or who has a social media following who has a presence on the internet i it always kinda look at like josh brown as the example of like a guy who like really kills that stuff i think in the face and and he's he basically runs his own firm to you know and so i'd imagine that was a really freeing thing for you well. It's funny that you mentioned him because it'd be honest. None of this is possible without him because it he actually reached out and he saw that i was talking about <hes> things on on twitter that none of finn twit right is people know what we're talking about and that was crypto and from talking about it through the lens of the adviser he d._m. Me and he was like i don't know who you are where you've come from but you know. Would you mind coming by our office and i'm like yeah sure so we sat talk. He's like had hill. You understand this stuff. Go from like well. I've been learning from a friend of mine and i was in this facebook group chat with a bunch of ood engineers in computer scientists who could target for ruby developers and i'm like think i didn't know what the hell they were talking about. Not we're giving each other's shitty investment advice so i'm like there's an opportunity here. <hes> something and you know something for me to actually build a a practice owners have a passion around it and also a short we did the o. in bryant the park <hes> talking about bitcoin in the next thing you know he reaches out and he's like you know..
"i._d." Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Excuse me and dogs barking outside residents then watch this four males walked towards her neighbor's house and i quote all males or african african american and i know this resident to be white and quote. She said the woman was told. The woman excuse me told police she i saw them horse playing in the driveway and aggravating the dog that lived there miskelly said she feared for her safety when she walked when when they walked towards her house feared for its safety so she grabbed her gun and called her husband to send over police by the time police officers arrived about eight minutes later. Kelly already had the teams on the ground at gunpoint. She asked if if they knew whose house they were at the mandated. They show her their. I._d.'s told them to keep their heads down. The boys told authorities. It's a resource off so who worked at the school recognize them. He told them that they could get up. <unk> standby patrol car all right ready for this here we go. Here's here's here's the here's the victim miskelly called them back and proceeded to lecture them saying it might appear her actions. Were racially motivated but quote. It ain't about that in quote. She told the boys they were acting suspicious and did not look like salesman quoting again. Don't act like that be men about it and sell cards in quote. She told him according until the police report quoting again. Be smart about it. Boys please. It's your life where you're talking about. Don't be silly about it all right for me. Will you do that in quote. An hour later kelly ask for the boys contact information so she could buy the months to put closure. Does your on this according to the <unk> arrest report excuse me. She said she felt remorse. After learning accuracy learning they were fundraising but she reiterated. They didn't look like they were doing so miskelly could not immediately be reached for comment meant the mother of the sixteen year old boys who did not want to be identified told news channel three that our grandson was traumatized from from the counter encounter. Excuse me with kelly. The woman said her grandson told her every time i close my eyes i see that gun. It's <hes> oh thank you for that article. I will take a look at that. This lady could have very yeah well murdered those boys for doing nothing but being people people of color children of color participating in a school function that's all they. It's incidents like this as to why i keep racism in the forefront or front. This is not an isolated incident things like this happen all over america all over america this lady assaults those young men and then she tries to play the victim. She tries to put the onus on children to be salesman to be man. This has to stop it has to stop. There was no need for that to even happen if she he was that fearful of her life. She should've kept her happy behind in the house or not answer the door when the boys knocked on the door <music>. It's just plain simple now. These young men are traumatized because of something that did not have to happen did not have to happen. Let's hope that <hes> things like this. Stop at some point. I don't know what it's gonna take. Maybe somebody in the white house that won't speak out against all of this lunacy. That's going non..
"i._d." Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"So like oh man one of the people in the article said like the left wing is a little bit more skeptical fickle about the relationship between labor and employer right and so they wouldn't take as kindly to a product that is all about making aching you better employees were like let's smoke weed and be fucked up at work right yeah. He wrote in here but the left on the left wing that people who sell this bullshit xiguang paltrow yeah. There's only one and it's going to paltrow different versions right because i guess the other like the whole listrik you know. Pseudoscience stuff is the left's version of nutraceutical but it's like for much more like you know. It feels more fantastic and whimsical. You wanna know what gwyneth paltrow's <hes> <hes> nutraceutical is called but nerd alert. No it isn't yes because it's like oh you wanna use your brain nerd. Will this'll make you more alert door. I like the rights version is booking. Caveman power like that was one of the alex jones won rave man brain force or something and this booking nerd to learn or lert squirrel or you wanna. Do you do good at working nerd anyways well. We're gonna take a quick break and we'll be right back miles. <hes> our next sponsor is nation builder nay based on what is that what is it. I don't happen what visit from i._d._c. Sorry to say that look nation builder is basically software that can help people mobilize communities immunities. If you've ever used like worked on a campaign or any kind.
"i._d." Discussed on Off The Hook
"Conflict broke out on eighty second street and other locations where participants in the clash rush may have been that evening. The tech company forwarded an anonymous list of google device. I._d.'s based on their request investigators then crossed referenced spreadsheets google users at various locations attempting to find multiple appearances of those same anonymous numbers anonymous numbers authority said they eventually learned enough about seventy accounts to determine the individuals were innocent but while they had to go through and survey them and figure all that out <hes> without them even knowing we received approximately two or three records back from them that men are specific search criteria <hes> said investigator through follow up investigation. We were able to determine airman that we did not believe that individuals were the account holders here were involved in this incident in any way <hes> manhattan. D._a.'s office declined to comment on how the data was used in minnesota. Though people police have said that after selecting anonymous uses of interest from google's bulk records they then get another warrant to <hes> make the company hand over the name of the cell phone user now google has declined to comment on the case or how it responds to such law enforcement requests <hes> <hes> in an e mail apple told w._n._y._c. that it does not track the location of devices and thus does not have the ability to identify all apple devices near a given location and time so i guess this is a big advertising for apple at this point anyway and lynn lines and landlines not using the damn phone all the time and carrier pigeons walking around drawing life in semaphore. I take issue with one bit of that. If you're using a landline <hes> they've pretty much got good idea where you are. That's very true. That's very true yeah disappointing but it's distinct. It's not the exact same thing. It's not the exact location well. It's it's the exact location but it's not the exact location as it changes as your mobile right. It's it's like you're there but you don't necessarily i mean it's always known that that's where that phone is but you aren't necessarily being tracked. All the time. Yeah apple just negated everything anything positive. I just said about them because the story just popped up online from the verge. I'm just gonna read you. The headline apple warns. You may permanently discolor your apple cart if it's stored in leather that's. Why is that even a new story. This is the metal card made of titanium another card if you discover your car that they're treating it like it's some kind of thing that was like a car or something that warning you you might you might discolor or your who cares who cares about this coloring them car where he's supposed to keep it. I don't know the whole apple. Aesthetic is like shiny white things and chinese silver things things and everything's all bright and shiny and <hes> you you're you're the fool who has to go and use the thing that you have from them therefore discoloring it and getting their fingerprints all over it and and just <hes> being old grubby and that's your problem is an apple customer. You know i i would think if i don't like the way my american express card looks. I can call them in the semi another one. If apple gives you attitude and tries to blame you with one of the geniuses or whatever saying you didn't use the card properly yeah. I'm i'm moving back towards google now so ping-pong game here <music> on what company employees made the most. That's the kind of that's kind of headline that i get from apple all the time so annoying. It's probably really important some people i the earth shattering news like they're just losing it and then you had to rub it in. We did collectively how about the leather who takes care of the leather well. Maybe it doesn't react well to the apple cart you ever think of that all right. Hey we're going to take phone calls to one to two zero nine two eight seven seven. I like to read a a <hes> a listener <hes> <hes> letter because listeners do write to us and you can do that too. You can join the few people who write these days o._t. H which at two thousand six hundred dot com that's our email address yet a few people who use email these days. It's it's crazy..
"i._d." Discussed on Countdown to Capture
"In Law enforcement continued their search both here and abroad. We knew we had to look everywhere everywhere. Peter was born in england. He had family in a number of foreign countries and had traveled abroad. Extensively investigators were tirelessly to find peter chadwick and bring him to justice through all of these efforts which were multiplied right by news and media organizations around the globe tips began to flow in from every corner of the world from our law enforcement partners and and from people like you people who heard about the story and wanted to help peter chadwick a man who had evaded the attention and capture for so long now had thousands and thousands of extra is looking for him has u._s. Marshal david singer singer explains. There was a lot of media attention. There was the podcast there was t._v. Shows and i think he felt more or pressure. When people feel pressure they have to keep moving. They have to spend money. They have to use different. I._d.'s they make mistakes because they're always think someone's behind him and it was only a matter of time before peter chadwick made a mistake <music> chapter.
"i._d." Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Are competitive free play or force-on-force exercises. Yes whenever ever possible unit training should be conducted in free play scenario. This approach can be used by all leaders to develop their subordinates it affords both leaders in unit members the opportunity to to apply their skills and knowledge against an active threat free play scenario so when you're setting these up this is this. Is this like a little tiny thing. I remember doing this so we'd have certain areas. We'd be training on. Let's say a base somewhere and there'd be some area that we weren't allowed to go into you know for whatever administrative reasons hey you guys aren't allowed to go over there. 'cause that's the whatever and the common thing would be. Okay guys just an admin note. You're not allowed to go over. There and i hated needed that because it it ruins the free place mary puts in everyone's mind that well you know this is. This is lame so i would say hey guys is yeah you can go wherever you want by the way intel indicates that there's ideas heavily planted in this area and then sure enough weed plant some fake i._d.'s right on the border they might hit one but they wouldn't continue director so as you're setting up scenarios trying make them as realistic. There's always constraints on real battlefield. Don't make them admin make them real asia. What's an admin constraint like what like this game doesn't indicate that it's a game in their game the mind so you might might have. Let's say we have a let's say this we're going to a a urban terrain village and the army says hey this one building. We got over here the it's unsafe and we don't want your guys going in it and so instead of me saying okay guys. It's free play except for this building. It's not safe so don't go in there in every goes. It's kind of lame right. Whereas if i say hey guys do whatever you want this building right here heavily. E deed intel reports indicate that is heavily i._d. And if you go in there you are almost guaranteed to take a casualty and then in the doorway. I put an i._d. Right a fake i._d. And it's like yeah so it just keeps the mindset in the game yeah fully we did that. In aviation all the time we go out to a range nellis or whatever and you'd have part of the range and some of the part you wouldn't have because another squadron was training. There and most of the edmund briefs were hey. We don't have this range in this rain. Stay out of there because you know you're not supposed to be the other guys in their training below below x. altitudes to avoid them the good flight leads would say we have a sam ring here from the surface to air three guests which guests would scenario had more violations of that range the one where you die in the in the mission you die and get colored out and you wouldn't get to fight anymore or the adleman violation they would say move to the north. You're in violation of <hes> and making a realistic that hard. There's a whole bunch of places that we would fly all the time. You can't go there. Why that's iran they have this system or you. Don't wanna fly there not because it's an administrative the border totally and ninety five percent of the time that the one that you would violate would be you're not allowed to be there. Why would you just not because we don't have it today. And whatever or are you putting a live a threat there and guys like i don't. I'm not gonna. I don't wanna get killed there. You go make it realistic free. Play exercises are adaptable to all tactical scenarios and benefit beneficial to all echelons whether it is fire teams scouting against fire teams sections nations aircraft dueling in the sky. You get a little bit like that. Don't you i do or battalions or companies battalions squadrons and marine air or ground task force operating against one another both leaders and individual marines benefit leaders form and execute their decisions sins against an opposing force as individual marines employed their skills against an active enemy through free play exercises marines learn to fight as an organization organization and deal with.
"i._d." Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired
"Your emergency fund is something that you're looking to bolster or are. Are you okay. The next thing is the aspect of social security now v._i._p.'s. I have taught on this a lot. You all know whenever you access social security at age sixty two. You're looking at leaving almost thirty percent of money on the table meaning that your benefits will be thirty percent reduced by taking get early so best case scenarios away to age seventy where you're going to get a lot more payout but it's a matter of the lifestyle that we live. Have we put ourselves in a position to be able to wait until then so all this to say. There are definitely some cautionary things we have to be aware of. I don't like the article title called the downside. I too early retirement. You kidding me being able to do what i want. Live my dreams and and engage and do things that i wanna do downside. These are things to be aware of so so guess what i'm retitled article right. I can't do that. Yes i can too right. Yes i did but things to be aware of. I like to talk about these just so it puts it on the radar and i think anything can be overcome with the right kind of plan so be i please check out this article as always we'll put a link in the show notes that you can get there and read but i think it's one of those things that it helps us to be aware of continue a few other things couple other things think about if you're going to retire early start to think about. How are you going to spend your day. What are things you're going to do do right. How are you functioning. What's the social networking you're gonna do. How often are you gonna take trips and visit friends. I think that kind of awareness it also helps us to plan. I got a buddy of mine. That told me you know what he wants to do. Get this larry's. He said he wants to retire. He does well for himself. He wants to retire work at the airport. Yeah now wants to retire work at the airport. He's that. I just want to be one of the people checking i._d.'s. It'll help me be social. I can talk to people interact and do things he goes. I know what he's doing. He's angling for free flights. Okay i know him. I know him well but the bottom line is we do want to think about those things and begin to have a plan because with a plan we can make progress so anyway great article. You can check that out and see what you think and what you're gonna do. Main thing is go. Do q go to chris hogan logan three sixty dot com slash our q. and get started.
"i._d." Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"I'm apple spend pretty pretty outspoken on their desire to be invited <unk> environmentally friendly as possible to have the smallest footprint as possible so <hes> seeking out organizations that are better on the environment <unk> but still finding the gold that they need for for their for all of their devices. I think this is a good step. In the right direction. <hes> the the the the industry of mining for any kind of mineral in in the world can be really damaging to the earth in the longer. We're here on this planet. Mining things harder get so a and not only is this good that apple is taking this initiative to try to try to get a better better <unk> goals in a better way that doesn't damage author so much they're also very good at being sort of the progenitor or the trailblazers for other companies to do the same thing we've seen it what happened in the past and if they can kind of champion how good they are for being so environmentally friendly with how they mined gold than we're going to see that happen with other tech companies in the future too which is all all of this is all good for our future our children's future and the planet itself surviving long enough and the salmon hip to think of osaman andy. Oh that's one way that that was a good video that you saw the salmon <hes> tubes that really the the very video of the salmon floating through those tubes <hes> so they're just rocketing up to the spawning grounds abusing official ladder and i just wanted to download that in the futurama theme song on top of it one thing i skipped over. That actually is really cool. Was it apple's student. I._d.'s are coming to more schools. The minute i saw this apple's been using them internally apple park for a long time where you can just instead of using your old fashioned badge you can use your apple watch or your iphone to access parts of the company that you that you have access to and they announced it for schools but there was only a handful of schools that were doing it and now there's twelve more of them this. I know andy we just talked about how dangerous dangerous it is to depend on digital devices for your security and happiness but i still want this technology the everywhere. I want this on on my house yeah i'd be. I'd be a little bit concerned about it in schools though because it now you're the implication of students owning what could be a very very expensive phone and how the <hes> it's a chance every time a student has to pass into a secure area korea or out of a certain area to demonstrate that oh no. I don't have an iphone. I have a feature phone or i don't have a phone at all this. I am using the limited pass card. I liked. I would like to see things that can do the job without causing any real class distinctions between people <hes> but if you can if you can show me how it'll <hes> make the security <hes> compound nature of modern schools feel less like you're getting into and out of the kremlin. I'm for it aw i was thinking positive for for college kids who are running from you know the dorm room or you know..
"i._d." Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I think they're going to terrify you guys going to be oh. No look at me gandhi. You've parted did with me. Am i easily terrified. You're not you don't want partying intern. Emily can come here the other night we were out and we ran into intern emily and intern robbie. Why should we rented intern robbie. Then out of nowhere robbie says i'm going to invite intern emily over to the department. How hard how hard do we party than the night. <hes> it was scary. I mean you were drinking lots of tequila drinking yeah. It's drink of choice. I just turned twenty one by the way yeah. I didn't even check for i._d.'s so we're up with a terrorist or enjoying the night in ravi says intern emily's coming over. I don't remember how you got there. You just landed from outer space. I know you guys just like calls me on snapchat. I just like ringing and i saw and then i answered your like emily. What's come over wrong. Yeah yeah you were gone so so of course the intern program is run by daybreak daybreak. What it is the rule of thumb partying with the interns don't why well why not they might take pictures or video and then incriminate you some day and you'll be embarrassed by the screen shot. That's really elvis. No it wasn't it was like an audio. I'd have to screen record it. Can i think we were fine. She's ice. I don't think he's twenty one yet <hes> so anyway it was fine at some point you and robbie left to go get dinner and then you came back. I found french fries in my in my trash humait. You made us food. You made eight us on your like who wants onion ring. I know someone left. The apartment. Found little hunt's ketchup packets in my in my trashcan. Kendo didn't have those. I have no idea anyway so i've partied with the interns. You could've partying with anyone at this point. It might not have been the reason this came up as you gandhi. I say that we will be afraid of your friends. Think there's potential. Who do you think i would ever be afraid of my friends. Thank you for the birthday cranky on thank you. That's akilah. Is it bad to party with intern. I mean there are coworkers they. I don't trust them. They co workers workers. They make it secure yeah. They do get paid. That's the only thing it's the same as party producer slam mental age. I just love how you people are so fast to judge nothing. You're judging until you because your frigging jealous. You weren't invited in yeah. I want to listen grandma your home soaking your feet at epsom salt. No please all i can think about is. I wish i had friends who when we were drinking with food that doesn't ever happen. Oh i could always have those alexia onion rings in the freezer ready to go well. That sounds amazing. No no no we had eh.
"i._d." Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Role playing sticky buzz cinnamon? What kind of roles are we talking about buttered? We love roles and this was common cause. We did stories about how all these people got the real. I._D.'s and all these people got mail saying it's invalid. I was one of them out way after the story. There's still processing bad I._D.'s so maybe maybe you crew now will blame the weird shame of domestically thickly having to pull out my passport everywhere because my license has expired. I can't make an appointment at a d._M._v. out in Los Angeles because they're all overbooked and the computers are screwed up and you can't do anything on line two and a half four weeks exta so I'm going. I'm going to raise because I made an appointment at a d._M._v.. That's in you know I don't know right right can go in and get my license renewed there but it can't do it here but going through airports airports and stuff now pulling out my my thing but I'm just flying flew from Portland to Burbank pulling out my I did it and it was the same thing multiple and then you get there and it's clearly the instructors also do the prison guards <hes> because they just assume the worst in people people are down to barking and pointing and every assure all be if they had their act together yeah. That's right well they could. They don't care they have a union. They're not incentivized. Are they in a union pretty much in the state like this Oh oh yeah yeah yeah yeah well. Twenty seven children have been removed from the youth treatment ranch in North West Montana after multiple allegations of abuse. The ranch's license has been suspended. It's been closed so here's some allegations. Kids were hit kicked body. Slam Spin on children were kept in prolonged isolation. They were sent on fifteen to twenty mile disciplinary walks food was withheld as punishment like your juvenile was accountable so yeah this is a ranch for kids found in two thousand and four to help at risk adopted children and their families. Haven't these kids bent through enough. Long hikes are good. I don't I don't mind what miles in Montana in the.
"i._d." Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
"That I can see all of the data products that are available for me to us. I can see who owns them <hes>. What are the Meta information about that data? What's the quality of it when was last time it's got updated was hidden of it being updated? Get sample data to play with so that discover ability <hes> kind of function I see that as a centralized and a global function that in a federated way everyday product can register itself you know with that with that discovery tool <hes> and we have primitive implementation of that which are just confidence pages to more. Maybe like advanced implementation so it's it's just that's that's a globally accessible centralized. I think solution and one other thing that you mentioned was well. Now those teams that that you leave the decision around how did they should be provided and what the scheme of it should be that hasn't changed from the Lakers is Lake Concern Lake implementation that leaves that also to the at least in this pure initial definition to the data sources but as I mentioned interoperability and standardization is a key element otherwise we end up with a bunch of domain data that there is no way I can join them together for example there some concerns some entities like a member right. The member in a health insurance in a claim system probably has its own internal. Oh I._D.'s in. I don't know the healthcare provider system has its own internal. I._D.'s the member is a policy entity that crosses different domains so if we don't have standardization around adapting those internal member I._D.. Are these to some sort of a global <unk>. Anywhere can join the data across different domains this disparity domains data's they just good by themselves. They don't allow me to do <hes> you know merging and filtering in searching so the governance governance that global governance and standardization is absolutely key and that governance standardization sets set standards around anything that allows interoperability from you know how the maybe formats of certain fields how we represent day time and time zones to how do we do Polisena federated identity management to what is the unique way of securely accessing data's would have five different ways of security implementation of secure access model so all of those concerns I think part of that global governance and implementation of that as you mentioned goes into your data infrastructure as as tooling that people can easily use as as shared tooling the A._p._i.. Revolution wouldn't in have happened if we didn't have should EP as a base as a baseline standardization raised breast as standardization so these standards have allowed us to to be able to decentralize are monolithic systems. We had the you know A._p._I.. <unk> documentations a centralized place to find things like fine. What are the A._p._I.'s any to us so I think that same same concerns in the best practices out of the lake should come into the data mission not get lost and from an organizational perspective particularly for any groups that already have an existing data lake implementation talking through this? I'm sure it sounds very appealing but it can also sound fairly frightening because of the amount of work that's necessary and and as you mentioned the necessary steps to take a slow an iterative approach to going from point A. to Point B. But there are also scales of organization where they might not have the capacity to even begin thinking about having separate domains for or their data because everybody is just one group and some curious what your perspective is on how this plays out for smaller organizations both in terms of the organizational patterns but also in terms of the amount of overhead that is necessary this area for this approach in whether there is a certain tipping point where it makes more sense to go from a data lake to a data mash or vice versa question <hes> on the smaller scale organizations if you if they have a data lake if they have a centralized team that is ingesting data from many different systems and this is this team is separate from the operational teams but somehow because of the size they can manage and they have they have closed loop and by close the loop. I mean it's not that they just you know consume data input anyone place but also have satisfied the <hes> the requirements so few cases to use the data and they have become a data driven company if you were there any have have managed to build a close tight loop between your operational systems providing the.
"i._d." Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
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"i._d." Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"<hes> so you can get listed did on APP dot co you can participate in a box tax at mining program is a number of different mechanisms to like go through kind of like blocks tacky channels to getting noticed them as like you know just traditional ways of getting noticed like word of mouth how things like that so I have some questions about authentication identity management that kind of thing N._y._C. oriented system. Can anybody sign up <hes> house. Identity managed is compliant with the I._D.. D. Like <hes> more so I'd say it's not a K._Y._C.. Dependent System <hes> pretty much anybody can sign up for an I._D.. A star Mrs. Eating data with it interactive applications with it <hes> the the idea is that trust is more of a phenomenon. That's like built up over time between different users <hes> the sort of guarantee that we give you is that like this username is still associated with the same public key. <hes> has it ever was so distributed D._N._S. aspect is the big part of what you're saying is is core yeah. <hes> and these identifiers are in fact <hes> compatible with D._I._D.'s. <hes> you know when you authenticate from the developer side you get like part of the like authentication response. <hes> token that you get is actually the I._D.. As I R- <hes> which you know the last time I checked which each month ago resolves correctly in the I._D.'s that the I._F._C. official the idea resolve her so that's a very good teacher. Think that's Keefer you know compatibility liberty in Oh I think a lot of people build systems standards for themselves than they forget that they really do want to be able to interact with other other people. It'll have that ability to bridge you know just basic things like identity between them then they're not real. They're caught turning themselves into their own kind of centralized system early like the standard not necessarily in house drafted. Everything's up until improvement but the fact that it exists because I think I think he's a good choice to be compatible with that so <hes> yet it could enable tons of people to interact with your system even if they are operating in different environments. You know side like that so I we're getting close to the end here. Is there anything that we really should have talked about that. We haven't brought up yet. What's for instance? What's the future Sir box tax like losing now? What what what are the kind of features V. to that? You were talking about yeah so I think that probably the biggest most noticeable feature in V two is going to be the support for smart contracts attracts. <hes> I think that that kind of really opens the door to like many other kinds of experimentation that APP developers can do. That's kind of one thing the the other thing coming in Baotou is really the ability to have transactions blockchain at a much greater rate than I think we can't today <hes> there's a lot of numbers what what would reiterate what are we talking about. Here estimates all to give me a bottom. I AH YES NO I. I like a hate giving numbers before implementation like a benchmark implementation exists. I love that but what is desirable the design design goal is actually so. I don't know if you're familiar. There's this like paper that is trying to decide what the maximum bandwidth for a blockchain should ever be right. It's like this tune -able thing <hes> <hes> and they try to use the heterogeneity of the broad Internet as <hes> the parameter there because like you want it to be the case that like somebody in a poorly connected region of the Internet can sync with your botch it right <hes> and for them. They say that the maximum such number is like four megabytes <hes> every ten minutes which is very low compared to a lot of botches out there are kind of implementing which <hes> gives you pause yet does oh it's difficult but like incense in dire situations you can offload a little bit of that trust looseness to someone to then feed that information to you in a.
"i._d." Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"I D it returns a D._N._S.. Zone file that indicates <hes> inside of it gives a U._R._l.. To a location on guy where you can find signed even more data about that user but also returns public <hes> using those two pieces of information your client in <hes> performs a look up on Alice at I._D.'s specified guy a hub for the data that you're looking for and then it a confirms that data was actually a written by Alice up by verifying that was signed I that given public and this is kind of like a common paradigm in the way that they distributed distributed systems are currently built <hes> you know I it's it's not that revolutionary in that standpoint. I think the thing that makes centralized decentralized is the governance of it in <hes> what differentiates block stack in terms of that it <unk> blockchain is incorrectly. What what is this mechanism? What what what how how is how is consensus arrived on the black box network has data replicated across the network in other words I theorem everybody has to have these the light client going on then you then you're trusting validates? You have the full note <hes> what is what is the what does the architecture of the trust the governance mechanism behind behind block stack before we get into like identity management and decentralize file storage ears smart contract Rx system in your token what is house governance actually handled on this right so what we have today is basically the tax blockchain which is resolving these identities to these pieces of information <hes>. That runs today an a piece of technology called a virtual chain which is essentially an embedding of a blockchain in bitcoin opera turns <hes> the blocks white paper describes the next version of Arkansas Algorithm that were moving towards <hes> where there will be you know stacks plots in the sort of like a higher we go up like one layer of indirection from the bitcoin blocks in where instead of having our transactions actually embedded in bitcoin transaction. We're kind of embedding hope blocks <hes> as far as governance of these names which are today the primary function on the block stack blockchain. These names are registered by anybody at any point in time as long as the name hasn't been registered before you basically say I want to register a new identity on the network <hes> you broadcast preorder undisturbed transactions and you essentially earn a crypto currency to pay for the registration of that name in it's valid for as long as you <hes> renew or use that name <hes> so can you explain to me a little more about the tool proofs process <hes> yeah what it's like House leader detect leader election like done so this sounds a lot like at this point <hes> and again like I can't. I really wish I it can say that I gave a full day to like look at the White Paper <hes> but I have not gotten to that. Point is pretty much been a couple of hours of skimming. You know what I mean is read over construct some else. Come back to it site. I'd like to learn more direct from youth. That's okay <hes> but there's a couple of things I picked up on. <hes> both of what you just said in you know reading the leader election aspect of the white paper itself <hes> it sounds like blocks taxes kind of a layer to solution or analogous to other layer two solutions..
"i._d." Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"It. Had to play that clip again Chuck Schumer and the Democrats trying to delight Cavanaugh because of the Manafort Cohen situation John haywar with Breitbart. He stayed with us because we were in the middle of our conversation and what what do you think about that John After you got Anita audio tapes of many, Democrats saying that about Barack Obama after he was hit with a vastly higher infraction of campaign finance laws and paid a huge fine remember any of. Them saying that he couldn't afford supreme, court justices or Bill Clinton when Bill Clinton was, actually impeaching investigated for perjury I don't remember a. Single Democrats saying that he lost any of the. Powers of the presidency because he was perjurer was impeached. Or anything like that so this is obviously transparent partisan, nonsense and it's not gonna, work with the American people whatever they think about the rest of the case now they may not like how this comes out they may be angry at President Trump or his. Statements this may go badly for him in the, long run but in the short run you're not gonna find a lot of. Takers for the idea that he doesn't really get, to exercise the powers of, the presidency until some campaign finance violation. Potentially is cleared up you know that that's just not going to fly and I think the. Democrats are gonna hurt themselves by pushing that to heart, they'll do it, for the rest. Of the week but there's already signed, it Nancy Pelosi is starting to get it she gave a comment the other day, that they're not gonna. Focus on impeachment win the house I think she understands that's not where. The public, want the government focused you know sleeping i know that's a net loser for them in the long run your in the midst of a voter i._d. discussion and we're going to go back to nancy pelosi because she's in the headlines as well did you want to continue that thought sure i just think it's essential that we nailed down the integrity of the voting system in every way campaign finance contributions whatever the candidates are doing and voter i._d. voter registration identifying the voters all of that has to be one hundred percent reclose as we can get tight upfront because if it's not then you have an election and then it's impossible to really do anything about it you throw up some fines maybe somebody goes to prison somewhere but you don't reverse be election you know i can voter i._d. cases there are people that are prosecuted and jailed for violating voter i._d. but there's no scenario where that's going to overturn a national election because somebody finds out a lot of people cast fraudulent ballots all of this stuff i think has to be done as paid as you can do up front and that means i think campaign finance laws ought to be much simpler than they are and the penalties for violating them should be much more immediate if they're broken in this case it's really complicate You're going to hear a lot about it in the weeks and months to come and he's. Campaign finance laws really intricate as the president's people were saying there's no real indicate that he's actually not anything illegal now might be embarrassing and there might be a. Political price to, pay for it There's a diff illegal so we've covered that. The president on FOX and friends has talked about how the. Payments did come from him but not as campaign and he didn't know until later which actually does not seem like that. Outrageous to me that he wouldn't know I mean they're. Band rights checked and has people writing them for him the president insists he's done nothing wrong Cohen making up stories the Democrats are calling for a halt of the cabinet nomination in, light of the metaphor in. Cohen results now Cohen's attorney we heard from him earlier on negative out of Megan Kelly show asking people to put money into a go. Fund me account to pay his legal fees after we know a paid seven million cash for his apartment a few weeks ago really Cowan gimme..
"i._d." Discussed on WTMJ 620
"They was designed as a made for TV and made for the fit the newspaper that guppy on event. And of course, that's what happened. Headline journal sentinel residents testify on voter suppression at Milwaukee hearing, and it was this quote, unquote hearing that was conducted by the national co amid collision commission for voter Justice, which is this kind of like Uber left wing group, and it was presided over by Uber lefties. And the idea was we're going to have people come in and we're gonna talk about how hard it is to vote in how those evil Republicans in these evil laws are suppressing the vote. And of course, it's it's designed to attract newspaper stories and get TV headlines, and that's, that's the whole mission of this. But I was kinda curious to the story because I still wonder who these unicorns are that they can't vote because they can't get the approach. appropriate i._d. and is is i've been saying for years when it comes to this voter i._d. thing that the reality is that if you really do have someone who is on the fringe of society and they they can't get a photo the mission should be how do you get on a photo i._d. because the truth is if you don't have a photo i._d. you are foreclosed from so many different aspects of american society and that should be the battle hey if you don't have a photo i._d. let's let us help you get the photo i._d. so you can only use it to vote but you can use it to for other things but instead because we wanna play the voter suppression card you that's where the obsession is so okay i was i was interested in reading the story well let me share with you a portion of the story in the journal sentinel and these people who supposedly testified about how terrible the voter i._d. lawyers and how it's it's voter suppression whenever you voter suppression with that means is that's a code word for having the Prove who you are for you could vote then it interesting how the, left kind of ops phrases voter suppression yeah you. Have to prove who you are all right? So they quote this one woman born in Louisiana when Jim crow ruled the day all right here's the deal let's see the woman votes in every election, from, school board to governor but in two thousand eleven a redistricting of Wisconsin's assembly district line left her stranded in an affluent primarily Republican, district far removed from her formerly majority democrat one. I just don't feel the things like I care about things, like value are being represented by the, people that we have in office in our district. She, said and one of the people said that meant you've been cracked in other words you've been cracked which means that the redistricting plan is, spread out, the votes of voters of a. Particular party across so many districts that the party never gained a majority of votes Okay for the longest, time I. Lived, in Milwaukee county Gwen Moore was my. Congresswoman when. Moore does not represent any of the ideals that. I represent all right but you. Know what, that's the thing. Democrats overwhelmingly live in Milwaukee county so if you are a Republican Milwaukee, county you are necessarily when you vote for congress you are going to have a congressional Representative who, doesn't necessarily reflect your hopes dreams and ideals is that illegal. Is that a problem is that voter suppression give me a break the story gets better than they quote another woman who helps register voters who says. All right, everybody is confused by the rule changes since twenty eleven I. Do training and, people come out, of my training with their is spinning around it's a big problem this was a deliberate introduction of confusion into the process to which I would say again okay give Me a, break it's, really not that hard and once to the extent that there were a? Modification. Of rules why was it well it was because. A number of Democrats decided to litigated the matter trying to challenge the voter ID law which. Is why, you've had so many?.