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Daily Tech Headlines
"ican" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"The Wall Street Journal sources say Amazon certified to the Federal Trade Commission, it provided all information requested as part of its antitrust investigation into Amazon's proposed $6.5 billion acquisition of MGM. This certification triggers a deadline for the commission to file a legal challenge by mid March, otherwise Amazon would be free to complete the deal, at least in the U.S.. The commission can still challenge acquisitions after they close, and the deal must still pass an EU antitrust review. Bowers and Wilkins announced its first Dolby atmos soundbar, the $999 panorama three. It's capable of 400 watts of amplification, uses Amazon's voice assistant, supports AirPlay two, Spotify connect, and high res audio streaming with support for multi room audio coming in a firmware update. It's available now. Sennheiser announced new earbuds that are 3D printed with the material used to drill bits on the Mars rover. The medal is zirconium, which resists corrosion, so it's lightweight and durable. And there are the usual rubber tips, so they won't be more uncomfortable than plastic earbuds. The IE 600 earbuds are wired so they can support lossless audio and the cable is replaceable. It's coming to spring for €699. The startup awesome privacy created by former essential employees share details on its OV one smartphone expected to launch later this year. The foam will include a Snapdragon 8 series chipset and use a dual camera system with 48 and 12 megapixel sensors with an ultra wide band antenna. On the design side, it will be bigger than the essential phone to fit a larger battery, use it back made of zirconia, not zirconium, like we just talked about with the earbuds, and includes a secure data cable, although no specifics on what that actually means. Microsoft announced it will suspend new sales of products and services in Russia, and will stop many aspects of our business in Russia and compliance with sanctions. Airbnb also suspended all operations in Russia and Belarus, and Reddit banned links to Russian state supported media outlets across its entire site for all users. Ican rejected a proposal from Ukraine to revoke the dot RU Russian Internet country code. CEO Goran marby said icahn's mission does not extend to taking punitive actions that the organization has been built to ensure that the Internet works not for its coordination role to be used to.
"ican" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Extra high. It's clive christmas. I mean i. Christmas is unusual. Maybe like just slightly elevated. it's not it's nothing in onerous. So could we cause the right now. We just have the one in his tiny little fan. That's running it'd be like you know running a fridge. Is this a little fan that runs it. And then couple of the other ones are battery operated. So they don't even drive the electricity. Yeah i don't notice it too bad. I mean we definitely noticed like for christmas for so many years we would not be home at thanksgiving like we would be traveling to wherever and we would come back from thanksgiving from being away and everyone had their christmas lights out. Yeah because they would. Do you know while it still may be a little bit. Warmer is the time you've got to do it and we would always feel like we were behind the because we've been gone we. We didn't have chance. How quickly after. Halloween do you have to take down those halloween decorations. I mean especially these people with a huge involved setups. 'cause like christmas. Okay ican leave it up a while after christmas. 'cause there's new year so that will week between christmas and new year's is still kind of christmas and even after that it's still winter so if you have a winter thing snug globe that's probably cool but man the day after halloween. Nobody wants to see that stuff anymore. It's over you have to be taking it down once the trick-or-treaters leave ours. Because it's it's from the movie coco nuts about the day of the dead which is again i there. You go so get one extra day course and i have to tell you literally like wow. We're talking my mom just texted three pictures Labeled halloween in napa and it's Skeletons having a little wine tasting of course oh. That's so funny skeleton sitting on some kind of bench and they are drinking drinking one. So yeah i feel like here. The halloween decorations I used to take them down the same night. Them down that night with everybody was gone relating to come down as up but while nichol's the person who throws away her christmas tree like at noon on christmas day. Aren't you leave it. Up to valentine's day king hearts on it said when you're on just going to go hand different holiday items off it and just say it's holiday bush. One somebody i know she has her. She has like three christmas trees that she has decorated..
"ican" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"ican" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"And you can tell it's like a beat later because there's the girl in the suit we were just talking about and light. Ray how can it be later because it seems like it's in the future right. Superman is old and deep pow. Right ican ardley by at at right. That's what i'm saying here. We've got like the entire authority that we see in that book like it seems like they're her. They've got together. I don't know if they're they lineup. Right that's straddling grant. Morrison authority is the same as this like go. That's why i was like wait. This does i read that panels. James furloughs high kissing. It was driving me crazy but it is it seriously everybody in the book. It's it's fight. Ray and seal midnight her apollo enchants in manchester black and check the half exo soup. Object.
"ican" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Together. I give them the gives me record this season. It doesn't surprise me in these. I don't think i don't if you're studying leg. Ican he's arms up only one. I hung this leg there. I think that's better. I think that's half defender half attacker on not. I'm gay defending the benefits right but zuma we agree to disagree on that one. The current zulu. Yeah i don't care what league what year where who's involved. How that is not giving in real time by the referees paul. Does somebody's sitting in booth. Not safety raffray year. Need to have a look at this as simply beyond me because with my most claret west time glasses all that is a penalty all day everyday. Don you agree. I worked chris. Foy dion dublin. Gotcha we we brought all of them. Penalties downs tonight. The first one on so file. One hundred percent penalty mean seinfeld sticks a right leg and he falls route. That's definitely a fantasy. The cresswell will talk a little bit. I civic ass. Not wasn't apparently we broke third one down. We had it. In real super slow motion and ronaldo's right full was trailing along the floor just to make not initial or inside diaper. Could he went down really really early in real time. By the way. I was with shock. I thought one one million seventy penalty. It was only when we broke it down. And we put it in super super slow motion not knowledge trailing right foot with dragging along the floors if decide. I'm going down early just to be clear on. Show says one hundred percent. We know what i said yes. He's overton same. Daughters is one hundred percents. That could mean anything. The nowadays for control. Your loaded zuma was absolutely clearing about noma opened. I i can see people will look and say he was gonna eat beaten defendant. It's so common throughout the shoulder. Touched pasta the and then commenced himself is going to wipe promote non happens. Ifo should apparent did west ham have penalty show on hifu check. I absolutely tell you why because what's one be soccer. Check doesn't make a challenge right so checks trying to get possession go to grown screaming and he goes.
The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"ican" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Lp dot com in electronic form editor july twenty at twenty twenty one senate hearing at which dr bouncy appeared and had an exchange with senator rand. Paul dr kelsey stated this paper that you are referring to judge by qualified staff up and down the chain as not being gained a function so please. This was the foyer provide any and all documents and communications identifying the qualified staff who reviewed the two thousand fifteen paper also number two. We'd like communications from the reference qualified staff regarding each of their conclusions. About whether or not the two thousand fifteen papers subject matter is considered a gain of function and three any other documentation or communications in dhaka pouches possession regarding the two thousand fifteen paper acce- access to the request. Records should be granted within twenty business days by law from the date of your receipt of this letter failure to respond in a timely manner shelby viewed as a denial of this request. And i can immediately filed an administrative appeal. Well guess what that is what we have just done. And this is how by the way. Many of our cases our wins against the national institute of health. Cdc the fda health and human services. This is how it always starts. And i've news for you. I got a little warm feeling in my belly. Because we've won every other one of the times that we've had this interaction with one of our government agencies. Obviously if tony fouts he's right and he's got experts just swimming all around him. Making distinct statements about dating to function the fact that this paper in two thousand fifteen. This study had nothing to do with gain function. They should be able to provide that immediately. This was that paper sars-like cluster circulating back corona viruses shows potential for human emergence. This is what rand paul was reading from. I mean you took a bat in animal virus and you made it so that it can affect humans and brand pulsing. how is that not getting function. Well we'd like to know the same thing and since now they've had over twenty days and the nih did not respond. Now we're moving on you see. Isn't this fun. Isn't this what what other network gives you this opportunity to do this. If you were one of our donors right now used to be giggling to yourself and saying hey i already got three thousand pages of tony pouches emails because of my twenty one dollars a month and i'm donating. That's worth this front row seat. I hope you got your popcorn out because we can't wait to see what we get from this. You see a lot of people. Tony pouches really used to just putting out these platitudes and and referring to like mythical scientists around him that have truth that we just don't understand but you see the difference between every other network in the world and ours is we are demanding the truth and we will go to court if that's what it takes to get it so here. Is the lawsuit that we put forward on monday. This to the united states district court southern district of new york informed consent network is the plaintiff national institute of health. Defendant basically despite the passage of more than twenty business days since nih acknowledge receipt. The foia request this failed to provide a statutorily required response including failing to seek permitted extension determined and communicate to. I can't a scope of any responsive records it intended to produce or withhold and the reason for any withholdings or inform. I can't it's right to appeal. See five fifty to a bunch of numbers. Nih has therefore failed to timely provide the responses required under foia. We requested all the same documents we did in our foia and at the end of it. We say wherefore plaintiff praise at this court hey will provide for expedient expeditious proceeds in this action be enter an order directing the nih within ten days to produce all documents and seed award plaintiff if it's costs and reasonable attorney's fees incurred in this action is provided by five usc d grant such other and further relief as the court may deem just and proper dated august thirtieth twenty twenty one folks. We're all over them. I told you we are not just reporting tony pouty. We are climbing in there with a microscope and the stethoscope and whatever it takes to squeeze the truth out of this guy all right so it's happening we'll keep you posted what we get from That legal action. It's just one of the beautiful things that you are involved in. When you help support. I can in this show. The high wire which is the educational production that we put out from the informed consent action network for all of you. That is making this possible. That are out there helping us. Change the world right before our eyes. This amazing experiment. I don't know if this his news. I don't know if it's advocacy but guess what. We're having a lot of fun if you liked that clip and be sure to check out our live broadcast of the high wire every thursday morning at eleven. Am pacific time. You can watch it on. I tunes end twitter we'll see..
The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"ican" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"In the baruch laboratory mice shattuck was the course really laboratory views in this thing. We build our not rally. Do to correct. You can't do it without leaving a signature. Yes we're using any of three or four. Different approaches for kron viruses that were developed by different researchers. You can leave no trace that. It was made in a laboratory and something about that video creepy. I would definitely do. Not trust ralph barrack. Farther than i can throw him. It's a bit like you know a bank robber something that's like. Well i mean that's an indefensible safe. No one could actually break it. But i've heard that there's some people that actually can if they have the the right talent. Well it is true if you have the right talent it. Can you know what i mean. Like he's like. He's smirking to himself of the idea. I just told you about a signature that you know. Damn well he's not putting on anything because that just wouldn't it be cool. What's cool is making invisible. It looks like it's coming from nature. At least that's what i get from that video and it's clearly what's got rand. Paul really upset as he's been going after trying to get to the truth with tony thou- cheap now i want to replay the conversation that went on with tony pouch recently just a few weeks ago. Where rand paul really pressured him. Saying you've said before that you did not gain of function research in the wuhan laboratory. I'm going to give the opportunity to correct that statement because you are under oath. I think rand. Paul is setting a trap. We've discussed it but it a second we're going to take it a step further but just remind everybody out there. Listen to this exchange between rand. Paul and tony vouching on your last trip to our committee on may eleventh. You stated that the nih has not ever does not now fun gain of function research in the wuhan institute of technology and yet gain of function research was done entirely in the wuhan institute by dr she and was funded by the nih. In this paper she took to bat corona virus genes spike jeans and combine them with sars related backbone to create new viruses that are not found in nature. These lab created viruses with into shown to replicate in humans. These experiments combined genetic information from different corona viruses that infect animals but not humans to create novel artificial viruses able to infect human cells viruses that in nature only infect animals were manipulated in the wuhan lab to gain the function of infecting humans. This research matches indeed a pitta mazas. The definition of gain of function research done entirely and wuhan for which there was supposed to be a federal paul's. Do you wish to retract. Your statement of may eleventh where you claimed that the nih never funded gain of function research. Wuhan and i do not retract. That statement this paper that you're referring to was judged by qualified staff up and down the chain as not being gain of function. What was let me finish shaking animal virus and you increase the ability to human. You're saying that's not gain a phone. Yeah that is correct. And and senator paul. You do not know what you're talking about. Quite frankly and i want to say that officially you do not know what you were talking about. They if the point that you're making is that the the grant that was funded as a sub award from eko health to wuhan created sauce. Covy to that's where you are getting. Let me finish. We don't know well wait. A minute came the lab at all. The evidence is pointing that it came from the lab. Hyun there will be responsibility for those and funded the lab including yourself. If anybody lying here senator it is you know you let me finish. It really is getting to be a bit of a muppet show. isn't it. But to be honest when we watched videos like that so often you can watch that same exchange on fox news on msnbc and it just looks like well. Where's that going gonna go. There's just as tug of war is probably going to go nowhere. What's rand paul going to do about it. Well i have news for you. We're going to do something about it and it's time for. I can legal updates well immediately after that exchange between rand paul antoniacci. We got concerned about a statement that foul she made. He said that if you take this paper where you're claiming that this is gain of function research. Well we have talked to experts and they've gone over it and they've all determined that it wasn't gained a function research and we were wondering who were those experts. And what exactly did they say. Because obviously this is the evidence that tony pouch is going to bring to this argument. And hopefully we'll have to bring to what ends up being depositions going into some sort of legal investigation which i hope happens by congress but all of that's going to need details we're going to need information and so instead of sitting around waiting for rand paul's office to do it and i'm sure he's got plenty of other things to do one of the different things about the high wire and your involvement here is that you make it possible for us to fund illegal team to get to the bottom of these answers and that's exactly what just happened this week. We just filed a legal case. This monday three days ago. But let me take you back to where it started immediately after we saw that in exchange between rand paul and tony pouch e. We sent this.
The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"ican" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Unc reported the national institute of health. Twenty eight lab incidences involving genetically engineered organisms six of them involved corona viruses including sars. Moore's and stars koby to however instead of finding out what happened in. Its own. Labs i the. Us keeps sliding slinging mud at others. Mean i just got to say this. I mean it would be comical if we were not talking about a bioweapon being thrown around in this conversation. And what i find amazing is it starts out talking about you. Don't remember when china. In america they were all chummy. Chummy when we all just bought into the fact that this was of national origin and it came from a bat and once you know when we were all being censored by facebook and youtube to for ever suggesting like ralph barrick here at a chinese laboratory in wuhan. I mean. This is a peter. Da- zack here. Working side by side with the chinese. They're being funded by the nih to do that work. I mean while that was all being censored and you weren't allowed to have those conversations seem like china and american whol. We're just getting along just fine. But what's amazing about. This letter is as soon. The united states finally buckles all the pressure. Starting from you know internet talk shows like mine and other bloggers and people with brain still working and including the former head of the cdc robert redfield who said you know. I looked at all the evidence and pretty much looks to me like this came from the wuhan lab well as soon as that started becoming the narrative. What's amazing about this. China doesn't say. Hey this is ridiculous. All being crazy. This is a natural virus. It was in our bats. We all know that it doesn't make that argument instead. It gets defensive and says oh yeah. it's all loudly. No no no no. It's your lab leak and you better admit to it which says to me. That is somebody's lab week. I mean that's what to be and these two like a couple can squat all they want about it. But i'm going to guess that their fingers are all over this from both sides pretty revealing stuff and quite an interesting little spat going on over a spike protein at central bioweapon from a laboratory that we are now dealing with as it's mutating and changing all around the world. We're gonna talk a lot about that. We're gonna talk about booster shots. We're gonna talk about all sorts of stuff but first let's really drill down on what this conversation is going on between china in america because i can now is getting involved in this discussion burst of all. They're complaining about ralph barrick in laboratory in north carolina. So just so. We know what china's talking about and we've talked about this on our show but if you're new to our show this video that i think reveals remember the conversation is you know was the nih funding laboratory in wuhan to gain of function research. Which was supposed to be illegal. In the united states of america and the question i guess would also be was ralph barrick doing gain function research funded also by nih. Eko health was sort of the money. Launderer in this situation. Or giving out the money being provided by nih through. Peter dad's zach. This was a very interesting video. That i think reveals. You know the type of work. That's being done by ralph barrick and china's now complaining about him and this laboratory matching pugh located within intact..
The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"ican" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Every week it seems things getting more and more chaotic. But i thought this week you know it really is starting to descend into a complete and total show. Nothing says more to me that we are winning than seeing the other side. Starting to squabble and argue with each other over bursley every point that is being made in public. Nothing exemplified this. More actually than the relationship between america and china once thought of as our enemy and we'd see the marching in the streets and terrified this enemy that has more troops than we could ever dream of dealing with But now lately the conversations are were we in bed with china over the wuhan lincoln talking about tony. Pouch e and the nih funding that went to china. As the somehow. they're no longer our enemy. But maybe we're all working together. Well there's an amazing thing that just happened. This week that i think Blew my mind and that is that american. China seem to sort of regressed and turned into like that old cranky married couple that forgot to put their hearing aids in. And what i mean is this is a letter. Apparently that came out from the chinese consulate addressing the issue of the lab origin. Theory of the co- vid nineteen or sars corona virus. I think you'll find this very interesting. Remember this is now. China lashing out at america. This is what they had to say on august. Twenty seventh the office of the director of national intelligence of the united states released a summary of the intelligence community assessment on cove in nineteen origins which does not rule out either natural exposure or laboratory. Accident is the origin of sars koby to the report wrongly claims that china continues to hinder the global investigation. Resist sharing information and blame other countries goes on to say. There's been no lack of masterpieces by the us intelligence community such as using a tube of laundry powder to convict iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction or staging the white helmets video as evidence for chemical weapon attack in syria. Now the us side is using old trick again ignoring the report by the who china joint mission. It chooses to have its intelligence community put together report instead. How can this possibly be science-based and reliable origin. Tracing since the outbreak of covert nineteen china has taken an open transparent and responsible attitude. We have released information sharing the genome sequencing of the virus. Which you're now injecting into everyone just citizens and carried out international cooperation to fight the disease all done at the earliest possible time if the us insists on the lab leak theory. Is it necessary for the us side to invite who experts to fort dietrich. And the university of north carolina for investigation for dietrich has long been engaged in corona virus research and modification after. Shut down in two thousand nineteen because of serious safety incidences disease with symptoms similar to cove in nineteen broke out in the us. The team of professor. Ralph barrick in the un.
Impeachment: A Daily Podcast
"ican" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast
"We played that clip with respect to afghanistan but he said the same thing leading up to the war in iraq iraq. This isn't just about. Us national security. This is about leveraging freedom with a few well placed military invasions as as he saw it. you know because he he tried to sell his wars that way but i think it wound up mostly just credit discrediting the us as a beacon of freedom biden. Just now pull this woman afghanistan because there is no us interests but leaving the people of that country as we've been discussing back in the hands of a murderous and misogynists theocracy just yesterday. They announced their new male only leadership the taliban largely of the same guys in the nineties so quite a contrast with the liberation of europe in world war two from the nazis to recall your original point at the beginning of this conversation. So my question is what are the options now if any for the us being any kind of moral leader at the end of the day whilst majority of people. I've met in now. More than one hundred forty countries do want freedom. They want the ability to have a say in their life whether it is politically economically. Socially they want a sense of dignity at quality in some form The question is what is the model. What is the role model. Is the us dilip ican. The united states is still the dominant power in the west. No question but that's partly by default because there is not a lot of leadership or the creation of alternatives whether it is politically or even militarily so we are still the model for the west. But i think the level of respect and is in doubt and i think there's also to a certain degree questions about What are you as intentions. Are they honorable. Are they selfish. Are they really out to help us or are they to better the us position in the world it's influence You know there are there when pieces written over the past. Two weeks about the end of the american empire was disappeared where we wanted to have a kind of quasi colonial wool through our flunkies or allies in the countries where we have deployed. I think one of the great problems in afghanistan was that The the the depth of corruption was so profound that the army at the end of the day would rather defect or disappear than fight for a democratically elected government government because the government was perceived as so corrupt and..
The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"ican" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
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The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"ican" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Sometimes these lawsuits that we're launching on a constant basis with our legal team against fda or against the cdc. it looks like just a meaningless case. But as he said it's setting precedent that is shining light and forcing these regulatory agencies to stop hiding things. One of the goals of the informed consent action network is to create transparency. Just as we're trying to create transparency in news with the high wire. We believe that people had the right to know what is actually going on. What is actually the truth about the studies. What is actually the truth about the trials and we believe that you need to know. Actually what's being said in email saved from our tony ouchi to peter da- zach and others like that. Of course you know. We had entire document dump that took place just over a month ago. Three thousand documents Here was. I can't obtain and released his nearly three thousand thousand emails from the beginning of the pandemic twitter account suspended we. I've actually that that headline point out. We were suspended from twitter for announcing that we were going to show the world. Three thousand documents had legally obtained through a foia request. Isn't it outrageous world. We live in well one of the issues with that document dump as was also with the three thousand pages or so that were dumped by thing. It was it. Was it buzzfeed or washington post or whoever that was there we go Whoever did the washington post they got on it too. But what you have to understand. Is we receiving those emails. And they were redacted. We these black lines these giant boxes covering parts of the emails. This is what it looks like when we received at this was a famous email. We got and we're asking ourselves well. What are they blacking out. What they hiding from us. In fact we the informed consent action network. I reached out to our legal team and says that's not good enough. We can't allow that. Here's my question. You know when a government agency is redacting something what they're saying is. This is sort of private critical government's top secret information it cannot be shared to the public. There's an internal discussion. We're having and frankly i agree with that. Look if our government agencies are talking about strategy especially maybe this is a bio weapon conversations of whether we were attacked or not. I get it. You're not in public about that. You're having privately. But in this case many of these emails like the one. I'm about to show you in this bombshell discovery. You're going to see. I right here on the high wire just a second. This was a conversation with peter. Das- zack who's the head of eko health. Which is where we were funneling. The money from nih through eko health into the wuhan laboratory. This is the guy that wrote. Basically the article published got published in medical journals. Saying there's no way that this was a lab leak. It couldn't possibly come from the lab. I've been funding that. I've been getting money from tony. Pouching for why was this email between him and fao ci redacted. Here's a private citizen. He doesn't work inside the government. he's totally private. He runs a private company. So if a private citizen and a private company is targeted. Tony bouchier we get to see that. That's how this works folks and so when you're wondering what is our legal team doing number one not only doing the original download. We start demanding. No we reached out. We took him to court and said you know right now. We're in conversation saying we want the emails that we deserved to look at for. All of the reasons that we're saying there's no reason this should be redacted. We want to know what that paragraph that was squared out. There was saying so. Let's look at what we received when we showed it to you last time. This was the redacted version. Here's the sentence they let us see as the of the ro one grant publicly targeted by fox news reports at the presidential press briefing last night. I just wanted to say personal. Thank you on behalf of ourselves and collaborators for publicly standing up and stating that. The scientific evidence supports a natural origin for kobe. Nineteen from bad to human spillover. Not a lab released from the wuhan institute of virology. Well there there is. We just go with that. Then the email is telling us. Look you know tony. Thank you for standing up for what is obviously true. We know it came from nature. And we've gotta just well this you know conspiracy theory. Well that's what you would think this is all about but unfortunately for tony faouzi. We're not the only ones that are questioning. What's really going on here. We have rand. Paul has been grilling tony fallacy. Now for months really an even gotten more serious in the last several weeks. But i want you to pay attention to this statement that we have recorded on video because tony pouty. Unfortunately for himself swears in and says this stuff and public. Here's what he had to say to rand. Paul in this short statement. Take a look at this gain of function research as you know. Is juicing up naturally occurring animal viruses to infect humans to arrive at the truth. The us government should admit that the wuhan virology institute was experimenting to enhance the corona viruses ability to infect humans for years dr ralph barrick a virologist in the. Us has been collaborating with dr. She zangari of the wuhan virology institute sharing his discoveries about how to create super viruses. This gain of function research has been funded by the nih dr foul. She still support funding of the nih funding of the lab. And wuhan senator paul. With all due respect you are entire entirely and completely incorrect that the nih has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the wuhan institute. Alright breaking news right now. This is something that just came in last night. As i said we received one of those redacted emails it we have had the redaction removed. And so this. I want you to remember what he said. We have not funded or been involved with the wuhan lab when it comes to gain a function. This email didn't seem to be addressing any of that really but there was this big grace. Where can we pull away. The grace swear now. Please listen to what das- that goes on to say to tony pow cheap. It's been a very hard few months. As these conspiracy theorists have gradually become politicized in hardened in their stance especially because the work. We've been doing in collaboration with chinese. Virologists has given us incredible insight into the risks that these viruses represent so that.
The Sean Salisbury Show
"ican" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Hopefully he's somewhere along the line. He'll be forgiven. They'll be remorse ican. But you don't have to put yourself in that situation. I tell kids all time. Why can't i told my kids by. Can't you learn from your buddies mistake or somebody else mistake. Meaning you know cutting class. Whatever it is it says you know what. I don't think i'm going to do that. Because i know at some point. Did my parents know. Or it won't be good. Or if i missed class or the bring the report card home and that five absences where those come from just dumb but this is controllable as well what you say on the air. What tells me when people do this with either hot takes big or stupid comments is it. They're not prepared to make a comment when they should. You know what i'm saying. It's like when he says something. Like this with jack morris was about to say. It's like you could come. There's gotta be something better coming from a hall of fame pitcher than this ready to face the. Mvp league what do you do with him. And i just don't get why don't fill space with comments that you know we're going to get you in hot water and or offensive to somebody else. You're not accommodate your this nineteen eighties comedy. Don't get to do this anymore. And i'm not a still haven't heard him. I'm not an everybody get a. I heard it last and this morning and it kept listening. Say there'll be some of the will make a big deal of it but there's gotta be plenty to do and the angels joel madden hadn't heard it. They're going to look into it. And jack morris hadn't been suspended or anything yet but you just. You just can't do it all although you said well..
"ican" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Inform Me Podcast
"ican" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
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"ican" Discussed on THEMOVE
"He was suffering. But then you hear the comments from his coach and he you know he hasn't even been pushed. It could. Well listen know. I mean trying to be nice. But that's that's actually a bullshit statement. It's if you haven't been to your maximum then then why didn't you follow the guy who is pushing you on the move onto. It was definitely on his limit their you know he. He lost thirty eight seconds in one kilometer. Vinegar to okay. Of course he felt like he was you know close to limit and so he backed off which was very smart and he managed difference and he had you know he was in a situation. He could do that. You know he was but still if he wouldn't have been on his limit he would have followed guard. At least he would. Have you know from what. I know that there was i. The attack of corpus. Didn't go anywhere ring. Yard went and car in blocher went after him. In my opinion from what i saw on the tv he had a little bit of trouble. Closing that gap. So he was already a little bit on his limit there from what i saw his writing style and it took him took him. You know it took him longer than than i expected. And then apparently vinegar austin on two occasions to you. Know to take a pool on the vault do and Blocher said that he couldn't he was on the limit and next thing vinegar noses you know. He sees that gotcha breaks off and ride his own temple. I mean if that's not being on your maximum. Then what is it being at your maximum. So i think that's. That's not the right thing. You're on to and carapaces attacking you. You're you're you're at your max. It's all day. Maybe he wasn't that. You're as max there. But when when vanguard attack then he was at his maximum otherwise he was thirty eight seconds in one kilometer. And tell me if. I'm wrong here. Gotcha seems more like a. You said you use the word temple. He's more of a tempo guy he you don't see him jumping attack like alpha. Felipe does or do. it's a different style. Also filipov is more explosive or gotcha has a good acceleration. Ican ican attack. He moves less on his bicycle so it looks a bit less spectacular. I guess maybe maybe. I'm saying that because now we've see him in in the position to defend yeah which is different from what he doesn't have to attack he keeps this or even if he loses a little bit of time. It's still fine then. There's still the time trial and then he's better than everybody else that obvious contenders in the time trial. He won't probably take that much time in a second time. Trial in the last time from to institute of in a big door typically doesn't have those huge gaps compared to the first time brow. Because everybody's already tired in on the limit and there's not that much power left still. He's the best specialist of of all of them of all these dc riders. So i mean he sees in a comfortable position he you know even out of precaution when he feels like he's pushed a little bit too much. He can permit himself the luxury to say okay. I'm backing off a little bit of making sure that i don't crack if i lose thirty forty seconds. No big deal. That's great position to be in well. In last year we saw how strong years on day twenty in the time. Trial any crushed that. Yes but you know you also have to say you can't compare to last year last year. He was not the favourite. He didn't have to take any responsibility of the race. His team didn't have to make sure that they just had to rally around him and protect him within the palatal. This is different. it needs to ride on the. He didn't have the stresses of days in yellow last year. Act right now. He's the favourite. All the is are on him. You know whatever happens in the race. It's all eyes on you a an uncle watcher. So it's different so last year was we already know. I mean he was second at the end of the day. He was second in the g c before the last time. So obviously he was. He was on the radar. But not as much as now you know. He's the defending champion is in yellow. Has shown his dominance in the first the mountain stages in the alps. So that obviously costs energy more than you think so. We're gonna see likely to racist tomorrow. The breakaway opportunities for a stage win again. All these teams that do not have stage win yet. The difference with tomorrow. Debbie is that this is a mountain stage. You know so. There's not that many writers who can go into breakaway with the hope that they can make it to the finish. They can get into break but they're going to get some most of you're gonna get caught up on the first they gonna get dropped from the breakaway by two or three better climbers than them and they can't come back. It's not like the day today. There were climbs but they're not high mountain so Some of some of the guys can get over it. You know they struggled but they get over it or some of them are dropped a little bit but they can come back. Tomorrow is different as long climbs. They're not steep times tomorrow but they're long Which is which is which is a nightmare for the guys who are tired. It's it's it's it's i. it's endless endless. it's crazy those those clamps tomorrow or really really really bad for the head really bad for the bad for the head. You see this pay twenty kilometers to the top. What twenty twenty kilometer stood atop. Yeah i don't see terrain like that where i live. So it's usually like so thirty seconds is tomorrow is a stage where you know the some one of the one of those guys could try to test or got char and i think they have to do it on the second last. Climb if they you know they can't do it on the last. Climb because that's not gonna it's gonna if they tried on the last climb it's not long enough He can manage the difference and he can limit the damages into downhill. The finished so it needs to it needs.
Sound in Marketing
What Makes Bixby Different with Roger Kibbe From Viv Labs
"This labs is the brain behind samsung bitty. Roger has worked in voice and conversational. Ai strategy execution for quite some time he up some really great points about contextual awareness talked about how big these different from our competition really i think. Two primary ways one we're inherently multi-modal into focus on devices that are not smart speakers all devices that big is currently on have screens. The this means is that when you're building bixby capsule capsules white collar boy sap lexical skills gocha qasem actions. You're building a multi modal experience. Matter of fact you need to. I think there's a lot of voice assistance. Sue have kinda rich support for graphics and multimodality and come out but also on the input with dixie. So if you're asking for input at dixie on the i you can have a form you can have a slider ican buttons. You could interact with it via the screen or your voice really depending on contractually contractually. What works best for you in that situation. I mean i love voice but sometimes tapping button on a screen is better than speaking to things. so it gives you that capability. I love smart speakers. I have smart speakers in my house all over the place. I think they're great. I think we've done wonders with them in industry but if we're going to grow as an industry we're going to kind of move beyond the smart speaker when i mean by that is there's a whole group of people who would never go out and buy a smart speaker but they certainly might go out of by samsung tv and then they bring it home. Knock out this is cool. I can talk to my technology. And now you have a new voice consumer who's now talking to a device. It didn't buy it. Because i voice was kind of just feature of it. But now they discover it and now they get comfortable talking to their technology. And i think that's going to unlock a bunch industry. And i'm super excited about that.
The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"ican" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"The document dump the pouch emails emails from last year. And it's only just begun. Three thousand pages were delivered to you. First you were the first ones receive it and then a day later we let mainstream media. See just what. We weren't just reported news tucker. Carlson made s the news. Check this out last winter. A group of well-known scientists publicly dismissed the lab leak theory in a letter to the lancet as absurd categorically untrue and yet at the same time they wrote emails to each other conceding that actually virus did look engineered by human hands in a lab. Meanwhile tony fetching worked on censorship. Faucher made certain that the self-appointed fact checkers you control the flow of information in this country. Shutdown anyone who dared challenge the official story which again we now know was eight lie in the final days of the last administration state department finally began a series investigation into the origins of covert fit into what was happening at the wuhan institute of allergy but almost immediately after the election joe biden. Shut it down so in all the line went on unimpeded for a year and a half. And we're just learning now how deep it went the informed consent action network a group that advocates for transparency in vaccines has just obtained thousands of new emails to and from tony fao cheesy. They show among other things that she knew perfectly well that his own directives often had no basis in science. Of course that went on for another you know. I think ten minutes talking about the pouch emails. If you didn't receive them then you just didn't sign up toward newsletter. It's free should do it right now. But for those of you that did receive it. I want to let you know that that day that went out we had two hundred and fifty thousand hits the website looking at the informed consent action network's website which we sort of rebuilt so that you could all move through this all easier. So that information was there. There was eighty six thousand downloads of those documents. All across the world. That is how you start to make change. And that's how you start to put pressure government officials that are lying to the world which is really what this is all about. Three thousand pages. We'll just walk through a couple of them. Many of you are looking to them yourselves and by the way if you find something that we haven't found there's a lot here if you're coming through it and you find something you really think is interesting. Please go ahead and send us an email info at the high wire dot com and just point out and say something you may wanna see from the pouch emails and we'll take a look at it because we need all of your help. I also wanna let you know that we business maybe about one third total amount of emails. That are still coming just so you understand how this happened. We filed our legal team filed freedom of information act request for fau cheese emails regarding the pandemic regarding the vaccines maternal pfizer. All of these buzzwords we put that all the way back in march of last year and then the nih pushed back instead. We weren't allowed to see his emails. So what did we do. I mean this is where we're a little bit different than your average person putting an employer request. We sued them. We took them to court and in court. You know in front of a judge. They had to admit that's their legal obligation and so they finally agreed. We agreed to not ask for all of the emails that were sent to him. We'll just look at bow. She sent emails. That's what you're looking at. They started producing them at the end of last year. We've been receiving about five hundred pages of fao cheese emails every few weeks to a month and so we believe we're about a third of the way into our total request so every few weeks we're going to be getting about five hundred more pages and this is my promise to you. You're going to get them. I you're gonna give it to you. Were going to look at them before. We even look at them as soon as they come in. If you're on our newsletter you get to help us. Come through these and look for the truth to go. The high wire dot com can be a part of the team and actually help us out because all you do is put it in your email right there. But i'll be honest. We had to hire extra people on the legal team to try and read through all these boys. But i said let's let's let's people help us out man. You guys want to get into this. So if you're on that newsletter. Every time we get a new bundle of foul she emails. They'll go to you first and if you see something you like definitely let us know as we're going to be coming through a two and then we can get that out to the rest of the world can see what's actually going on here just a taste of what some of these emails were. And you know. Obviously there was a document dump that came from buzzfeed and the washington post. This are dumb. Here's a couple of the highlights. This is an email that went out says basically. He's admitting bottom line. Generally there was just talking about mass. Generally boomers not differences in iowa. You or i or flu rates when masks were used although when early use and compliance was taken account a few times a difference was seen but basically right there. This is pouching being told that you know. We looked into the studies that he was about nine different studies. They were looking at that time. We really saw no difference in using mass. So now that really was tony. Pouty saying to the public on sixty minutes. Mass don't work. He knew they didn't work because his emails were talking about that. Let's go onto another one very quickly. So this one dear tony. They treated i group of five patients with This isn't reaching out to tony. By the way right going to him. They treat a first group of five patients with potent anti aggregate therapy. There's the name of it. I'm not going to try and say it. And apparently in all of them the po to start arise. When they're less than two hours they got off the ventilator and went on to full recovery. Look at that. That's an april monday. Twenty seventh of april pouches hearing about a treatment that was given to people that were already unventilated. Remember at that moment. Ventilators killing nine out of ten people this that none of us ever heard of got. All five of the people is given often the mental energy. Ever hear about that treatment. No i don't think so. How many treatments were being discussed that they knew about. But we're never put out remember. This vaccine could not get an emergency use authorization unless there was no other treatment available. Very interesting that tony fallacy..
Latino Rebels Radio
Where Is Latino Political Power Today?
"I had an opportunity to connect with actor Sanchez battered by a Mi Familia Volta on Friday. He was in la before he was heading to. Nadda for the Nevada caucuses. I've always I've been following me for several years. It's one of those organizations said. Does some very interesting political awareness campaigns in terms of voter registrations and civic engagement regarding the Latino Communities One thing Actor is going to do a town hall with Elizabeth Warren Speaking About Nevada. And he's GonNa do that on Monday. February seventeenth beyond the lookout for that. We'll probably probably Share it on Latino rebels but anyway here's a conversation that I had with Expert on Friday. He was in la. I was on the East Coast so here it is funny. Level Latino Rebels Radio. Hey actor thank you so much for being on the Tino rebels radio station coolio. Hey so listen I know here. We are again. Everyone suddenly discovering the Latino vote. I oh New Hampshire open now. We're going to Nevada and now we're going to other parts of the country where there's lots voters. It can be a little bit exhausting. Just want to get your take on all that on on on the current election cycle on politicians. And just in general. What's on your mind as as you head to Nevada and you focus on on this election cycle. Thank you remain on a meeting? You Open Line really context Isis what we have facing the US productivity that we have in the future suddenly all these politicians are paying attention to our community. I'm going to Las Vegas tomorrow. And suddenly everybody wants to talk to us because we have the capacity to turn out Latinos but we have the responsibility to make sure that we hold them accountable because otherwise we're just gonNA see them every four years in. Were Never GonNa see the changes that we need in terms of the priorities for community so we need now that we analyze it from that perspective that we grab this political power in that we make sure that we use it. To keep of them accountable. So listen I've caught. What you've done with the video series that you do and you had you had star right and you had biden. Why was it important for you to to do that? Because I think those type of conversations are being shared in the community but they seem to get lost in the in the crush of all this political news so tell me about the importance of those videos. And what did you learn from them to contact? Julio and I want to be very clear about this because politicians are really good at Sweet Bell. Kino's in responding whatever we want to hear but the goal period is joining Denise really to to spend some good time with them and push them to get a specific commitments. So we're GONNA use this information connected to the field operations familiar Probably the strongest nations in the nation but regression GDP citizenships Them when I make sure that our community has all the possible information in education to be able to take serious decisions but by the time we have hopefully a new policy then that we can use this information that has been recorded in build campaigns around those promises for example in all of them you can see how specific we heard about the level of commitment that we we won on on. They should ballistic immigration for example. There is no single politician from anybody. The has been willing to spend the basic political capital to make it happen for those is critical to have this done in the first one hundred days in winded up but I see then that he sabi and that can get it done or Bamako got done in the one hundred days. You'll like he did it with you know any other issues. We have the nation that shows that the nation in both sides when having mediation reform we need a politician has the commitment to get it done in. Push it through the first one hundred days. And we're going to be accompanied surrounding shows like immigration in other priorities for the community. Right so what did you learn from those interviews that you didn't learn before? Was there anything where you kind of like politicians just saying the same things? What did you learn? I have questions that are very specific about commitments. For example I us all of them one of the problems that we have in our community. Julio is on the representation of Latinos in the most important space of power where the most underrepresented group when it comes to but at the end shall appointments to people in Congress who anything that means power so as them gave us on a specific commitment right now to put at least for Latino Latinas in the cabinet in for example in the in the interview with by USA said she got Hewlett from. He got upset. Yeah I saw that. He got a little bit. Like how dare you as that question? Not that I don't know what the what was going through his mind but I know what you're saying so he's very uncomfortable for them to specific commitments to basic install that is reflective of for democracy that is reflective of our population for example in the Biden. A conversation kills say for the first time Obama on on the rotations. Brian is the first time we hear the vice-president disagreeing with Obama literally on anything Infosys important to know. Are we going to have another Democratic president? That has an obsession with the politicians and the devastation of families. Or we can really use this information to keep the mobilisation amazing that. He's coming on the ground with so many organizations. Let's focus on the current election cycle because I am just fascinated to get your takes as a leader in as a civic leader as as you know in the organization that you do in the work that you guys have done in the past are Latinos invisible in this election cycle or do you think campaigns are. We started by saying you know here they come and you know. I'm going to Nevada and all of a sudden in the week before the caucus everyone wants to talk to me like you've seen this before it hit me more calm Lisa and throwing it always happens. What have you seen anything different? Well let's one element is up to us. Julio I've been working in I've been in in in doing national work on the field for for twenty years. I've been doing a lot of policy work in everytime I analyze or we do campaigns on any policy issue we are the ones suffering the biggest exclusion ican beyond Latino piles indication Gumby Hill that he can be criminal justice. It can be just immigration that we haven't got lethally nothing in the past five Joesbury basics it can be any issue either. Spending more time on Energie deals fighting for the basics. Quarter the crumbs the political power that with the service community in we fight Cited because if we would all the possibilities that we have community if we exercise political power. We need to make sure that everybody's single precedent that comes to the White House goes through Latino community in the has accountability to the Latino community. We need to make sure that we never ever allow racist misogynist the most destructive precedent in the history which is Donald trump that we never have a guy like this and we can make sure that we're doing that storm may sing. Julio Reina been all over the nation traveling because we office in six states fourteen of his bates and he's so beautiful to see Latinos and Latinas are actually in the front lines. Making this a better stronger McCready. Some very hopeful among the turnout hopeful. But I can see that that people are literally a a organizing communities is amazing the powerful stories that we see in the point that is a direct correlation between quality of life and the level of civic engagement. We have the quality. Boris schools the quality of for bars. The quality of everything that we see. So that's where we're doing. So that's the first point. Julio the second point is to fight the structural problems that we have in democracy to exclude Latinos and Latinas. He's a horrible democratic system just the basics of how he was created. You'll for white men in how we still exclude people of colored to have easy access to the democratic process for Boris oppression to just lack of investment in in our communities a when I was shadow. Finish a leg with some studies in in campaign sexually to look at money and all. Yeah I remember that I I. I've say more about that because I think that's part of the problem right. That's a big part of the problem. The reality is that democracy is extremely expensive. I can't tell you how much it goes to the restriction. A hug until you how much it goes to knock on doors. I can tell you how much everything has a price that in presidential election count goes from four billion to six billion depending on on on the yearning keeps getting more experienced. You you said with a B B A billion billion just want people to hear that billion anyway and guess what happens brother all that money goes to white communities and of course. Yeah in two. Were turning this conversation around and say you know what let's pressure on the candidates. How much money. They're spending in our communities to the border Knocking on doors really talking to people. How much money out of they is spending on on the different elements that are so critical for for a for elections in the democratic
Coffee House Shots
UK's Johnson moves to suspend Parliament ahead of Brexit
"Hell has broken loose this morning. As boris johnson announced his intention to schedule a queen's speech on the fourteenth of october and suspend parliament for the four or five weeks beforehand james this completely appended the battle between boris johnson the anti no deal factions in parliament so yesterday you had the opposition bodies coming together so they basically look look at passing a law to force boris johnson to seek an extension. This is essentially dining streets response. I it is a move designed to massively limit the amount aalto time available for passing any such law and it is essentially saying to m._p.'s when palmer returns on tuesday you'll ever need to know confidence me all except for i'm basically kept my my way essentially but you also see in this letter here center m._p.'s as well so abortions and he is trying to save piece bear with me. I'm still aiming for deal so this is still not a government. This is explicitly aiming for no deal now. I think you can't say this is in tani. Johny normal constitutional procedure in the length of the population is long is long by modern signs is a very long one but it is also not a totally unprecedented maneuver people who came out you know coups and we're all getting over heated because this is what what happens before queen speech but obviously the time you miss queensmead is designed to limit as much as possible for legislative options available to suppose m._p.'s trying to stop a not brexit and is about. Do you think the opposition m._p.'s failed to get the act together to watch respond to this properly. They are going to be able to get. I bet act together because even they yesterday we had three different things saying they will do anything anything possible to stop and they still brexit we also saw in that frenzy of activity quite how split these groups are even the turks jeremy cope with physician leaders basically broke up with the the two different groups who jeremy corbyn those he invited saying slightly different things about what they degrade them and then you've got the church house declaration which was organized ice bhai formulate m._p. Luciana perjuring existing labour m._p. Steven downs he hit which again is a slightly different grouping of m._p. As some of you wouldn't want to work with jeremy corbyn there were few torey empty signed that declaration but then if you'd have to the conservative group which it doesn't have a leader doesn't have a name of the quds squads that has a split as we were discussing on yesterday's pause between those who want to stop no deal and those who actually want to stop brexit and they've been coming up up against these differences for months now perhaps boris johnson is done the favor by basically eighty forcing them into some kind of action but it's very difficult to see how they are going to be able to agree over the next few days. What that course of action is going to be and on who's going entity in charge of in yellow thing. This is a reminder of these downing street is not going to play by the conventional rules which is ah wanted that evacuate a bill which was designed to make the prime minister seeking extension were because theresa may essentially cooperated with it. I think it's quite clear porcelain since prepared to perogie broke parliament in this matter if pond postal requiring him to seek an extension he would find some way to that that there's one obvious way to do that would repeat request extension in such a way e e would be bound to refuse it so for example parliament's as you got to request an extension bortles and says right so that's donald tusk saying <music>. I'm requesting. Essential palmans told me but by the way i'm going to be the most bloody difficult and obstreperous member of year you've ever seen i'm more offense. Century prevent you from functioning as an organization the e._u. Would refuse circumstances alternatively. He could say well. I wade davis so if you want to promise ican extension. You've got to bring me down. Bring them up. This whole signaled the no confidence vote in this whole issue of jeremy corbyn because obviously jeremy kobe doesn't allow anyone else become prime minister other than him but backing jeremy jeremy kuhlman is as his body was saying is is too much for lots of tory m._p.'s ano- say philosophy is growing group of independent m._p.'s. You've left that party or or arbor policies because ideological differences is it does seem that boston has slightly stepped away from the nuclear option that probation isn't going to happen over the brexit deadline headline on the first of october. Why do you think that is. I think it basically gives him enough time again. As james says to just tutorial m._p.'s that he does else he does still want to see a deal also gives him in time for the next few weeks and over the conference recess to do some of those negotiations but also to to set out domestic stole the letter that he said to 'em piece today basically tried to justify prorogation on grounds that the government needed a bold new domestic agenda and the time had already been wasted over the past three years with bill's very worthy but we've just really seen as a way of repulsing the time in parliament's and so that's his justification for education but what it also does means that the government can talk about what it wants to do domestically okay ahead of the election that everyone is now expecting to be called in reasonably short order
Daily Sales Tips
Focus on Capture Planning to Keep Existing Customers
"Today's tip comes from Warwick. Brown Warwick is the founder of account manager tips and helps organizations deliver account growth by empowering key account management with the tools and mindset to succeed where which is an incredible account manager in his own, right? And moves what it means to deliver value as you're about to hear. Here's Warwick this podcast comes. They would warning. I'm about to share with you some scary. Some frightening statistics. Like if your chance to catch it breath, and I'm going to get right into it. So last JC so insight survey of a nine hundred businesses globally and fifty seven percent said new business was they priority. Even though seventy percent of their revenue came from existing customers. Okay. Then sixty five percent of those same businesses admitted they had no confidence in their ability to penetrate cross sell upsell or expand relationships with existing customers probably going with this. Let me give you one more statistic. Arraign group survey found an average of twenty eight percent of south bids with existing customers were lost to competitors. So you're kind is at very high risk of leaving. If it ever gets to in our piece of chosen, so let me this out for you. And then we can start panicking. So even though existing businesses more profitable than new business. Most companies don't know how to grow existing accounts. And when it comes to an R P situation. They don't know how to win them. It was gears. I am. So this is my daily cells tip is to focus on what's right under your nose your existing customers. Cray long-term plan that helps solve your business problems and positions you as the obvious supplier of choice and works towards at holy grail of trusted adviser. So how do you do this capture planning sometimes called pursue planning opportunity planning strategy to win a rose by any other name a common practice to win new business, but often overlooked when it comes to? Keeping existing business. So here's a simple capture plan structure that you can adapt to make your own there's no right or wrong. Just focus on the things that you don't know the answer to and take it from there. The best plan really is the one that works for you. You want to grab a summer, you know, some customer insights include keen directions relationship history and past performance Ican understand where you are today. And how you got there think about your clients most important requirements. What does your client want to achieve? What are they paying points? Go beyond the obvious. Don't just look at what your client already knows think about how you can highlight opportunities to them and solution stem that they don't know. And then rank them in order of importance think about the metrics that matter it's important that you position your renewal in your partnership with a clear return on investment in terms of how your client understands them. What are the key performance indicators at mad at your client? Can you use real data to measure, value and communicate a return on investment, create an influence map? What's the decision making process? Who are the decision makers who are the influences that attractors champions, the ones that are going to self you even when you're not there make. Dan to improving gauge -ment and convert those detractors to support his grown influences heaven, look at competitor analysis. You know, how your competitors placed in the market? How do they score against the most important requirements better worse where the gaps, and even if you don't think your competitors have affording the door, you're probably wrong. So still give this some thought do a swot strengths weaknesses opportunities threats. What successes have you achieve that prove your gripe business partner or concerns might your client have about your ability to help them achieve their goals? What does your client love abate you solution? But don't they love think about all that start to collect stories and evidence of the success of your partnership over the time you've been working with your clients? You're going to want to refer back to those when it comes time to preparing and presenting value proposition. So start today with that don't wait until your client says what have you done for me lately? And then you have to go scramble for some some insights, and then as you get closer to your contract in and you're starting to think about submitting a preemptive proposal to avoid bids and they're going to market you want to start to think about pricing to win. You know, your timelines who you need on your team to help you in and how and win your manage the proposal submission and all that stuff. So let's think about so you can see how if you start to capture plan early. Aren't you start to think about all these various elements as you'll partnership progresses with your client who's going to be in such a stronger position when it comes time to renewing your partnership and be so well aligned in so opposition that it's going to be a no brainer. When it comes to renew ING. So there's there's no time to lose show those existing customer some love and get captured planning now. And when I say now, I mean
CES 2019 - Five coolest things we saw so far
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. His Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech. I'm in Las Vegas. Consumer Electronics Show is just opened. I want to get your rundown of some of the cool things that I have seen so far on the first night of a press preview. We're going to open with smart, shoes and smart belts. Yes. They're smart. Everything. I kinda like these shoes because they come from a French company. They have built in sensors, and they can sense if you're gonna fall down they will send a message to France. And relatives saying, hey, Jeff is just fallen come take care of them. And they have an interesting pricing model that I would never go for. I don't know about you. It's interesting thirty five dollars a month or just over four hundred dollars yearly for these shoes. But you get new pair over year. Okay. So then there's the smart belt from company called Welt two hundred dollars for the belt Ican also detect. Your potential falls by analyzing you're walking patterns, and it can help keep you on track. Diet wise by sending you push notifications to stand up when you've been sitting too long or to scold you for eating too much. The belt has just been released how about a mailbox for people worried about porch thieves great idea. It's called the parcel guard. It sells for four hundred dollars. It's a forty pound slab of steel that lets the mail carrier slip in the package on top. And there's connected camera inside that lets the consumer check in from work to confirm that the package indeed arrived in a safe great idea. And because when you get home you can unlock this thing with a digital code from the app, which is all great. But this thing is a monster. It's giant. It's really big great idea. But way, too big you've got to have a really big house to put this on your porch. Now, you know, I'm a camera. Geek, so there were. To cameras there that I loved remember when we talked about Facebook's portal video chat device that has a cool camera that can track your every move which I loved I just didn't like it came from Facebook because I didn't trust it. Well to other companies here at C have cameras that can move all around and basically be your director for you. They track your face, and they will follow your every move. And unlike the portal, you can record stuff on it. So the hundred and forty dollars pivo is a tiny device that connects to a tripod, and it allows you to Brzezinski grammars in other content creators to shoot themselves and be followed without the need of a camera person. Which is great on the higher end. There's the uh spot. It is a five hundred dollar plus worlds. First cameras got ten lenses. So it's obviously higher resolution. It has a microphone jacket records to micro Esti cards. I can't wait to play with this. The Foley mate. It's. A device that automatically sorts close for you sells for thousand dollars. It's also mammoth mammoth, I can't imagine who's going to have room for this thing. But if you have a thousand dollars, I guess you have room right, Michelle, that's Michelle multi as line, and I just want to honor her by repeating it. And finally an airbag for cyclists. Why not right does a French company that makes airbags for motorcyclists and horse riders in now it has airbags for cyclists? It's a smart bag selling for six hundred fifty dollars with sensors built into no win to inflate the bag not over bombs, but went in a real accident. Now, I'll be back on the floor. Monday to see what other cool new things are awaiting you at the consumer electronic show, I'm Jefferson Graham USA day. Thanks for listening. Everybody. Please subscribe to Joe apple podcast, and at least favorite us on Stitcher. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.