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Automotive Predictions for New and Used Car Sales in Australia

Talking Automotive

02:12 min | Last month

Automotive Predictions for New and Used Car Sales in Australia

"Maybe just to start off with. Can you give us. What do you think all the intimate going to have the biggest impact on the market this coming year and the volume for the market. Well this is a question. John because right now we seeing for the first time in as many months as far as this year's consent some movement in the exchange lost jae saw some walled swings in exchange but it settled at that made seventy. Us dollar price point for this try and dole out and around that sixty five euro in the last two months with the uncertainty around the recovery and the potential longer locked ends in sydney and the slowing of the australian economy notice buoyant as it was in cuba. One and q two of this year. What we're starting to see is the australian doll awaken. So that dollar is now pushing down towards the seventy three seventy two. Us sense and the euro is pushing down to toward sixty cents and potentially allow most people in this country look at shines right unless they're traveling advocacy so most people are very much oblivious to it but the exchange right as a significant. Bogey given that everytime this country is imported. Now we've had higher prices because of demand and supply prices up and there's been very little discounting from oem's and very little discounting from dealers so there's been good margins because it's been good demand but with potentially softening economy going forward the never ending bullish feelings that we've all had for. The last eight months may infect dissipate next year and what might be more of a concern is if the pay starts lifting interest rates and moving writes up will help the currency but the consent is that if you have. Us economy and global european economies coming out of covered and rebounding strongly with low interest rates and stronger. They more likely to move writes up. Ilia which will make the currency stronger and that will then is bad news for straying importers and ultimately customers because even though we might be traveling as we're still overseas products and products will start to continue to go up.

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"ilia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"ilia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Been hearing a great deal lately about what happened in Tulsa in 1921. It's sometimes referred to as a riot, but it was far far worse. It was a direct, horrific attack on the black community of Tulsa. Scores of people were killed. An entire neighborhood was burned to the ground. This was one of the deadliest episodes of racist violence in the long and terrible history of Jim Crow. And yet, For most of this century, the Tulsa massacre was little known, except to historians and the memory of it was deliberately suppressed in Oklahoma and well beyond Our story today is part of a new podcast called Blind Spot. Tulsa Burning It was produced by our colleagues at W. N. Y C studios, along with the history Channel, K O S U in Oklahoma City and Focus Black Oklahoma. We're going to start now, years before the massacre when the Greenwood district was very much on the rise. This was during the oil boom in Oklahoma and Greenwood became so prosperous It became known as Black Wall Street. Tulsa Burning is presented by one of the producers of our program. Cal Ilia. When I started learning about the history of Greenwood, One of the things I had to get up to speed on was Oklahoma's guardianship laws. Oil drilling had made the land there really valuable. Guardianship was one of the ways that white settlers had of stealing that land away from the five native tribes and the black freedmen who owned it. The scheme was so brazen that it came to be known in Oklahoma as the guardianship racket. Land ownership laws in Oklahoma were pretty soft, pretty chorus That's correct. Ali Lansana. He teaches Africana studies and creative writing at Oklahoma State University, Tulsa. Anyone who was appointed by the courts coordinate claim that these native American parents were incompetent or unfit to raise their Children and to steward their land. And the court would just say pretty much okay. You now have custody of the Children. And the land. As part of the guardianship racket. People, mostly white were petition to gain control of those Children and the lands they owned. The.

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Knee Pain and Running: What Causes It and How to Avoid It

Another Mother Runner

02:18 min | 3 months ago

Knee Pain and Running: What Causes It and How to Avoid It

"Is there such a thing as typical running runners e pain or is it just an individual person by person. I mean i see there. Is i mean. Usually when someone who's active and especially a runner talks about their knee hurt having knee pain. It's used you're going to be one or two things it's either gonna be there. Ilia tibial band so it's going to be on the lateral or the outside of the knee or it's going to be right in the front on the lower part of the which is anterior knee pain and it also can be called actually runner's knee jumper's knee and then patella for moral paint syndrome okay and so In what are the two. I mean so so. We're kind of talking about two different. Things are two related. things. I guess but difference. I mean what what causes each of those. What causes the. It bands pain. Yeah i feel like most of the injuries. The knee pain ankle pain of shin splints. Almost all that is usually because people just think they can just run around and you hear that. It is a good pair of shoes. Go running but there's so much more to it and unfortunately you know i think especially where medicines like. I wanna get going. I wanna lose weight and they still get going and they're just has to be a prep for that so i think there's a lack of preparation so there is a lack of getting her body ready for the demands of running sherwin And then not being consistent is another thing and trying to do too much at the same time so either increasing your speed and increase in the miles at the same time or maybe people. I'm going to start doing speed word. And he'll work and increase my speed hand. Increased by surrey doing those things and then core mechanics. Unfortunately some people have no idea what they look like. They run if no idea that they're over extending their leg or their stride is actually to slow or to shore or that. They're hinging at their hip as they're running the whole time. Maybe they don't see that their feet are turning and so they keep going and have no idea having these

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"ilia" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"ilia" Discussed on Latino USA

"And support for latino. Usa comes from ally. Lilly and company. According to the cdc ten point. Three percent of latino and hispanic americans have diabetes. If you're one use lily. Insulin and struggle to afford your monthly prescription lily wants to help anyone with or without insurance may be eligible to purchase their insulin's for thirty five dollars per monthly prescription from a retail pharmacy. Visit insulin affordability dot com or call. One eight three three eight zero eight one two three four monday through friday eight. Am to eight pm eastern time. The number is one eight three three eight zero eight one. Two three four Hey we're back before the break iliac did on the first afro latino anchor of a national newscast in the united states shared with me about her childhood in columbia and the importance of education as well as her first experience with racism. We're going to get back to the conversation now. You worked incredibly hard. You took every opportunity starting from the small local station in midday yien one of my favorite cities in the world.

"ilia" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

07:33 min | 10 months ago

"ilia" Discussed on Latino USA

"Ku klux klan. For a which is another univision show that she co hosts the other female voice and laughter. That you'll hear in. The background is the clan leaders wife and i do understand that. I'm probably the first black person immigrant here in your property. Artsy watching them. I find that. I find that offensive. And i don't think my skin colored undefined me. Elliott did on welcome to latino usa. Congratulations on your position. It's a little late. And congratulations on your book. Thank you so much. I'm so happy with the book in you. Know finally open up a little bit about my life going back to your little town which is called. it's meena meena yes correct. You know when. I was reading your book. I had a sense of where this place might be and what it might look like but when you really see it. It's a year or lead. This little town is far far far far far far far away from just about everything. Did you feel when you were little girl on the coast in this little town in columbia. Did you feel like you were far away from everything or did you feel like you were at the center of this kind of amazing life in your where beetle. I know that was like our little paradise. We were so happy despite all the odds We're talking about the you know the seventies and we didn't have any trysofi. We lock off a lot of things predominantly black abandoned by the government's robbed by the local politicians. But we were happy or at least we thought we were happy with the leader that we had. We didn't miss anything that we didn't know at that age but ilia. oem may. I was like you had to get on a little boat every morning to cross the river to get to school like that was for real like you had to. There was no bridge connecting your side of the town to the other side of the town correct until later on. We didn't have a break so we used to go by groups all the girls to school walk miles in and then go to the other side of the In a little boat in walk a little bit more on rocks very very hot very humid. Sometimes the the river is talking to see in. We couldn't attend school by you. Know doing whatever we had to do just to go to school so important for us to have our education. Was it in your head already that you were going to go to university. Was that already part of what you're what you knew was going to happen in your life. That was our goal like for everybody. I remember my mom telling us like before you know having a boyfriend or getting married or bringing a near the heat though you have to bring the blah. I my mother. She started working as a teacher before she got married like without going to college when she was pregnant with me her mother and her sister died on a plane crash in my mom started working with my grandfather. Her father to give you know education to all the siblings so until the last one alexy's graduated from the school of engineer. My mom didn't start her college and she went to study spanish in when she graduated. I was on on my high school already. She was so determined in. That was one of the goals that we had in our house so ilya. I wonder if you could paint a picture of your town. In colombia you say it was predominantly black. And you know. I'm wondering what it was like to grow up in an environment where you actually didn't experience as much racism as you might have if you've been living for example in bogota or someplace else in latin america or even in the united states. Yes we were all black. I call in my my black paradise in we had Saum white friends in white families. But it didn't matter for us. We were all the same. I remained friends with you know when my white friends in they belong to the culture they call themselves like when they refer to us as ola vaas so is is beyond the skin. Color is the culture. You know who you grow up with in in how do assimilate in in the black older they feel when we talk about. We were abandoned by the government. My my wife's friends too is like we are all took one else. We're all is annuals. And when do when they do this they do it to all of us so your mom when she talks about you she actually says she calls you negative negative in spanish black and what was the term that you used for yourself and was it a term that felt good. That felt right. We call ourselves. Nato's we are negative and we are proud to be nato's that means black that doesn't mean the n. word I think is just depend on. How constable you feel with. I feel absolutely comfortable calling myself. Black negative. I feel comfortable calling myself after latino or african descendant in. I don't have any preference. I wanna stay on the issue of race. So at what point do you remember. Just saying okay. Wait wait a second. So i'm i'm negative and i love this. It's all good but now somebody just insulted me. Do you remember the first time when you kind of became conscious of this other thing which is no wait. What and can you tell us that story. I tell you we into call we. Of course we see the differences in in the tone of the skin but they were not important for us. We were all friends. And when i moved to the dean. When i was ten years old between ten and eleven i moved to a catholic school old girls in i was the only black and one day when we were forming for assembly in the morning. Where you pray. In pledge of allegiance. I was passing by to my spot. In one of the older girls says negroni. Mika do black. Not even my horse. And she bucked up. I'll see you know. Like as if i was going to torture in harm her or you know it was weird. I felt so many things. At that moment i failed alone. I felt abandoned..

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4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday

WBZ Overnight News

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday

"For Boston schools are set to reopen Monday for high need students. Those schools include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. And Henderson BPS Superintendent Brenda CAS. Ilia says that while remote learning has greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switch to fully remote learning last month of midday rise in covert cases, and this comes as covert 19 is making a record shattering resurgence this fall. An average of over 1100 Americans have died each day from the virus over the course of the last week. With colder weather and the holidays approaching, there's concern the virus could spiral out of

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Boston schools to reopen for remote learning on Monday

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Boston schools to reopen for remote learning on Monday

"To reopen for remote learning tomorrow. The plan calls for schools to eventually transition to a hybrid model that will include some in person learning school Superintendent Brenkus Ilia, saying the hybrid model will allow students to learn in person two days a week and remotely the other three days. Good news. If he hoped to

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Remote learning at Boston public schools will start on Monday

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Remote learning at Boston public schools will start on Monday

"Are set to reopen for remote learning tomorrow. The plan calls for schools to eventually transition to a hybrid model that will include some in person learning school Superintendent Brenkus Ilia, saying the hybrid model will allow students to learn in person two days a week and remotely the other three days. Good news. If he

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Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media

Queer as Fact

05:28 min | 1 year ago

Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media

"A couple of episodes are discussed the mythological figures Achilles and Patrick lists and the depiction in ancient texts most notably in his Iliad I don't want to recap episode to thoroughly. So if that sounds interesting to you, I suggest you just go listen to that episode, but I will say a few things necessary background Achilles some. Patrick lists here is off the Trojan War, our break episode which depicted in the Iliad although there is genuinely some ambiguity as to the exact nature of their relationship in the Iliad their relationship is very intense and very important to the plot character arcs and emotional hot of that poll. What is not ambiguous is how their relationship is on the stood in the later Greek texts we discussed. So we discussed east glosses. Play the domes which survives only in fragments famous speech impetus symposium, Ace, Kaz courtroom speech against to Marcus all of which depict achilleas and Patrick lows in a sexual and romantic relationship. As we discussed earlier episode, those works stand relationship in a way that is anachronistic to the Iliad, but we nevertheless thought it was important to note that is reading is a very old an integral part of the evolution of the myth. That you can't really get away from if you're talking about them today speaking of the evolution of this myth, we also spent a bit of time talking about how although people generally appeal to Hermosa when discussing whether Achilles in Patrick Louis Wet. Really love this. Is True one canonical version of the myths in which they feature, and we would be doing them a disservice to understand as early as the real story and every following version as accurate or inaccurate by how it compares to that. I bring this up because it's very easy to find audibles and people talking about how modern adaptations on any good because then not accurate and these articles that generally quiet nitpicky and lazy, and I wanted to know this specifically. So we don't do that sort of thing ourselves. It's inevitable and desirable when adapting these myths into new mediums and feel like very different cultures than the original. That heard this man to make changes just it's necessary to on Seoul's materials while doing. So so we got a comment on differences here, but the compensation will be more like why those changes get made and do we think it works as opposed to just being like well in the Ilia? Data. So with that background out of the way, we're going to talk about Wolfgang Petersen's two thousand four, maybe Troy Madeline Milas to eleven novel the Sung Achilles and the twentieth eighteen BBC mini series story full of the city I think he ranked in the order of like worst to best in my opinion but okay, you may disagree. That was not why I decided to order them. In that way I just thought we'd chronologically but that's fine. I mean now that you said that you did it chronologically and I also view that as West best that makes me feel positive that maybe like an even better adaptation that I genuinely think is good it's coming to clear I don't love any of the music specifically. In seven years but will like no. Sorry in five years because they've come out every seven years how to for two thousand eleven two thousand eighteen. Cool. Okay. Nice. So. We'll be watching an amazing adaptation, the Trojan War with that we will love anyway. So we're going to begin with the to troy maybe the film for it was directed by Wolfgang, pay the send styles Brad Pitt Kilis who just a very two thousand thing to have. It was written by then relative newcomer David Benny off which explains why it's a bit of a dry run, the game of thrones. I that sounds up its vibe. I, was gonNA. Tell you some fun facts about this movie but I decided that they weren't that fun. I cut them all but I'm GONNA I kept one which I tell you solely because it might make you upset Australian. Fun Fact No it's not. So all of the actors in this speak in that accents with the exception of Eric Bana Rosebud, the to Australian actress who had told that they had to get rid of their accents. And I think that's disgusting screw you. Wolfgang. Petersen. I have no problem with like. Okay. You have to change accidents that doesn't sound like a fantasy will like I've whatever accent I have a problem with that and I mean like this some stuff to say about that. But if doing that because you want all your actors to have a consistent accent. Okay. But if you just hate the way Australians, tall, that's not acceptable. Garrett hedlund obvious American accent fine. But Eric Basil accent is absolutely illegal. Sorry. Thinking recompense the twenty twenty, five trae. Offers how the TROJANS are all. Star. I like it. Yeah. The film was commercially quite successful but received mixed reviews, which is frankly claimed more than it does those because it's a bad movie. I tried to watch this movie just like you know throughout my life. I've tried to watch this movie like three or four times. I've sat down in front of this film I've got like twenty minutes and I just can't do it. So. That's where I met with this. Okay Jason Do WanNA disagree and say it's a good movie. Nor I will say that like I don't think it's the worst movie like suddenly I watched this movie as a kid when it came out had no problems with a had some fun fight seines cool choreography some big actors doing fun things than having fun. I didn't really mind it and obviously now watching it I think it has some quite severe problems both as a movie analyzer adaptation I would certainly agree that it's the west of the three adaptations that we're GonNa talk about today. But then again, this is the point cost queers fact and it's not

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"ilia" Discussed on 1A

1A

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"ilia" Discussed on 1A

"And they opted for Congressman Roger. Marshall who represents basically the Western two thirds of the state. He beat out Chris Co Bach you might remember that name Kovac is an immigration hard. Liner, who helped advise president trump, Kobuk lost a governor's race two years ago and Republicans were worried that if he were the Republican nominee for the Senate seat that that might be in jeopardy and as the map is expanding and beginning to favor Democrats more and more the idea of putting another seat in in competition is not something that Republicans wanted to do. So they got their candidate, their preferred candidate Roger Marshall beating a close. And trump in Chris back in Missouri voters opted to expand Medicaid by a narrow margin but they voted for it anyway and in a fascinating congressional district out in Saint Louis, a black lives matter activist named Corey Bush beat in a sitting Congressman William Lacy Clay Lacy Clay and his father have represented his district for about half a century and the idea that now that a progressive activist has come and beat him is a real surprise. It's on par with Alexandria. K Zero Cortez, beating Joe Crowley a couple of years ago, and some of the other progressive challenges we've seen. Be Successful this year. So a couple of pretty fascinating results right there, and then in my home state of Washington No terribly huge surprises. But Congressman Denny Heck I. Think this is a bit notable is a rising star in Congress a member of the Intelligence Committee. He decided to retire this year and he is running instead for Lieutenant Governor which is a race that a lot of people don't pay a lot of attention to, but it's not lost on anybody that if Joe Biden becomes President Jay Inslee the governor of Washington may be asked to take on a prominent role on climate change his signature issue in a Biden administration and then maybe Denny Heck becomes governor I've got to check in on my home state of Michigan we see there So in Michigan, the biggest raises were it not terribly competitive there's GonNa be a Senate race in November neither Republican nor the democratic nominees faced any real opposition. The one notable race came in in Detroit itself where Connor Rashida, she's a member of the squad as they call that group of Young Progressive Women activists who are members of Congress now she. Won Her primary by very, fairly comfortable margin over Brenda Jones who was a longtime city official that was a rematch of two years ago when to barely held off Brenda Jones this time around it was a pretty convincing result what about the pandemic and its impact on voting? We heard some real horror stories this primary season how successful was the rollout yesterday? So things look like they went relatively smooth yesterday I will say there have been some reports about people in Michigan specifically, not getting their absentee ballots or absentee about applications on time that raises more questions about whether or not. The Postal Service is equipped to handle what we're going to see in in terms of a massive surge of interest in in mail in voting one statistic just to sort of shine a light on how likely we are to see that surge. To four years ago in Minnesota about just to statistics couple of minutes ago about twenty five, thousand people requested absentee ballots in their primary in two thousand eighteen. Thousand requested ballots in their primary and this year ten days before the primary more than five hundred, fifty, thousand people have already requested absentee ballots, ten times the previous records that tells you that more and more people are turning to vote by mail just to avoid this virus. Well, speaking of the virus understand you're currently in Washington state, but just seen a huge surge cases in the last few weeks. Tell us what's going on there. So I'm in a small area called Okinawan county basically, the north cascades, the heart of Apple Picking, Territory Apples Cherries peaches. And the the wine of course that Washington state is known for, and there's this really stark dichotomy here between a small towns like twist and Winthrop, which are basically vacation home vacation places where people from Seattle and the west side of the mountains. There are very, very few cases in these small communities where people from Seattle flock every weekend. There are very wealthy, very white, and we're just not seeing a lot of cases here just on the other side of the county in a small town called brewster. We've seen a huge surge in cases. There were four hundred or so in the last week, that's effectively one percent of the entire county that has tested positive for this virus in just the last week brewster is a an apple picking area and the virus is spreading pretty rapidly among migrant workers. So that's a real challenge that's state officials are having to deal with how do you deal with workers who are in very tightly packed dorms? How do you keep them safe? We're catching up with read Wilson National Correspondent for the hill I'm Jen white while hear more from you and read in a moment..

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"ilia" Discussed on 1A

1A

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"ilia" Discussed on 1A

"Dual identity? Do you experience a Dole Emigrant? Where you're sometimes seen as a Latina immigrant and other times as a black immigrant, how those experiences differ. Yes I have. Thank you for your question in as I say telling my book, one of those experiences was not being identified as one or the other for other people sometimes. Like going to a store when the world's an African American lady. Sitting behind the desk and she spoke to me in. English immediately in when I when I told her I, I speak Spanish I am Hispanic. Oh I didn't know that were blocking letting America or. For Latin people or for for other Latin people for the he's funny thing. The United State, not acknowledging that there is a black community in Columbia. What the country says sales in Telenovelas in productions even when the coffee our number one product has been sold, you never see black people as a part of those promotion in it s hard for other soon. Oh, that we have a very important after the sending community in Columbia so it was hard for me. Coming from other Hispanic people. Telling me that I didn't know there were blacks in Columbia, tells you how The. Effort help out. To to whitened our our history, the efforts to hide our history we have precedent the only black resident in Colombia and he speaks picture was heating for one hundred and fifty seven years until former president. Juan Manuel Santos decided to give spacing the whole precedent in the in the Kosovan arena, which is the presidential house. So that tells you about how the story of African descendants is been hidden or tried to arrest erased for so many years. You're journalist during a presidential election here in the US and Latinos are now the largest minority in the voting electorate but they're far from a monolithic the term Latino already encapsulate so many different groups. But what are some key issues you're hearing from that voting block leading up to the election? Year according to the I was reading the other day in according to Pew Research. In the past elections in two thousand and sixteen elections the interest of the Hispanic community where also focused in economy healthcare terrorism education. Of course, as well as immigration was is a is a big issue for us. But now in the in the midst of pandemic, I think we have a big challenge. Latino vote on. No. Reported that. So after the George Durch, Fleiss Killian. A two, thousand, Senate Hendra and fifty percent jump in Latino registration. Now, we need to keep that motivation to show up. In vote on on November. So From, the parties, the Democrats and the and the. Republican candidates needs to stop seeing the Latino vote as a monolith we are different. We come from different countries and we all had different experiences in the political field in our countries. From Colombia to Nicaragua Venezuela Argentina. Cuba we are all completely different and we have interest. So the the campaigns need to address and. You. Know I'm more. Or bigger approach to to the Latino vote a not as a monolith macroom asks this question on facebook. How does the Latino community which like every demographic is not monolithic but has correlations way the interests of immigration and Daca which aligned with the Democratic Platform Against the social conservatism that might align with the Republican Party. I think a for for I. mean the immigration is a big issue for the Latino community. We are all immigrants some. With Vapor Psalms without. immigration papers. But we I think is a main interest for us, and at the end we are going to to, you know probably align with who is going to fend. The immigration or who is going to to give preference to to the issue of immigrations. DACA for example, the situation of of those young dreamers in the fact that is not defined in the fact that president trump decided only to renew DACA for one year and You know we need. We need to have the perspective of as a big community which ones are are issues as I told you not only immigration for all you know us well healthcare terrorism economy and education but yes, it is important for us. Get in your book, you address the experiences of racism that you had Colombian here in the states we're in this moment in the US, where we're having very difficult conversations around racism and police violence. How're you reflecting on this moment both as a journalist and as a Black Latino? It is. Assad moment. To See the we twenty twenty and we are still living. Inequality and police brutality against the African American community. Eight is hard to see and it is hard to report. If Act we we can say that there is a little bit more a empathy from other groups, but it is to. You Know I. Think it's a moment where we can you know. It's a moment that we can't let go is a moment the we need to take advantage off and start pushing for you know a real taint in not only from society, but from the institutions. While I'm thinking back to you as a little girl in Columbia, and you is the first Afro Latino to x. out to anchor an evening newscast major broadcast network in the US. How much does that matter to you and how much do you think it matters to young people who are watching you? I think representation matters in it matter. In mind at the moment ideally realize how much because our community is basically kept silence but when you go On the streets and UC Black Garo that tells you. You inspired me to study journalism you inspire me to want to work on TV and you aspire to to fight firma dreams then you realize that What they see on the screen. Is Important for them growing up? I never saw I never sold. A block family. Portrayed as soon. As a family that we saw on the TV, they're coming from the United States not in the production in Columbia. Black. People were already always slaves or where the people or the service in the houses. Or the ones working on the fields. Never saw funnily or a schol- as the ones that were produced in the United States as a beautiful family. Educated African. Descendants with a beautiful. House. Never would never never saw that on TV. So for for everybody scenes, someone that reached up big position. Eight was a big issue. It was important my mom winch. The United States for the first time and she saw a black person driving a very expensive car. She was like Oh my God. We'd never see that in our country I because we Don't have the same opportunities. To dream big and study, and we leave always in abandoned communities. But because our TV in our in our screens, we don't see that we don't see it. That's Ilia Calderon and evening news anchor for univision. Her new memoir is called my time to speak reclaiming ancestry and confronting race. Eliot thanks for speaking with us. Thank you so much for having me a voters in Kansas Michigan Missouri Washington and Arizona have been making some important decisions over there nominees for congressional and state offices, and the result of the last big primary of the season are now coming in. That's our queued. Welcome back read Wilson he's a national correspondent for the hill and the author of epidemic Ebola and the global scramble to prevent the next killer outbreak read. Welcome. Hey, thanks for having me again. So I, walk us through some of yesterday's hottest racists and the results we have so far. So the most consequential races on Tuesday, came in states like Michigan Missouri Kansas and I wanNA start with Kansas just because it's say race that's going to have consequence in November, voters were picking a replacement Republican nominee to replace Pat Robertson senator who's retiring.

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Metaflow: Netflix Machine Learning Platform with Savin Goyal

Software Engineering Daily

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Metaflow: Netflix Machine Learning Platform with Savin Goyal

"Brings us to aws flicks took the at the time unconventional decision to go all in on aws many years ago at this point, and that's treated. Netflix's really well, because it's almost, it's almost like. The the whole idea around blessed programming languages where you make a strong decision within an organization to restrict the number of programming languages with an organization and it it that constraint ends up helping the organization make decisions more quickly and allow for engineering mobility and so on. This is the case. This has been the case with aws when when Netflix? Strongly moved onto aws and continue to do that. That extends to medfly show. A better flow is an open source framework, but it has a tight coupling with aws. So why is the tight coupling to aws useful for machine learning framework? Sue I won't say that. We are tightly coupled to eight of us. So when leave it open sourcing MEDOFF. No at that point in time, because we had a good amount of operational expertise with aws, we chose indicating the details are ready for this cloud integration, but the architecture of Meta flow. Is Very much vendor agnostic, so the already have people who have ported Netflix will on top of Google cloud for example. So see I wanNA. Make sure that at the end of the day. The end user are data scientists decent to worry about any of the concerns that are introduced by using it us, Rg are. Is You're in the? Cloud windows to them. They're just writing code in an idiomatic language whether it's Biton are are, and the metaphor takes care of actually understanding the code and orchestrating that on top of the AWS RG CPU or any of the other. Providers. So so yet, so that's that's a strategy that we have been falling. We started views because that's what the US internally ethnic flex. That's what we have worst amount of experience and expertise in, but. There are people who have made it. Look at JCP, and going forward as well. It's something that's on our road, not to have a more and more indications. Appointed comparison to Meta flow might be airflow the distributed workflow scheduling system that's often used for data engineering jobs. How does medfly compare to airflow? So air is what you would come as production creates getting her in the sense that you have your email pipeline, and now you want your pipeline to run autonomously, say and all. At the stroke of Midnight Day are win some. Deed is available. That pipeline should be triggered so once once you've. Created your etl pipeline, and you're happy with how it's running at that point in time it makes sense to ported to an ear flu, or see it functions Louici for example. But. What is severely lacking in some of these two? Is the local expedients to on my laptop. I WANNA. Make sure that my workflow runs both Akil, and then I should be able to deploy it and that sort of what we can. Refer to as a traditional using this workflow on top of. Airflow audited list of functions so now met up. You has this notion of a dag and bundles in a local scheduler so menu writing your Code Medoff on your laptop at that point in time, medoff Lewis local killer may be responsible for executing your code, executing the nodes of the DAG, and you can mix and match. You can certainly talk the Dag run on your laptop to notice run. Run on the cloud with specific resources that you have already specified, and then once you're happy with the injury execution off your workflow than at that point in time, metaphor allows you to compile your dad into a specification that one of these production understand so as a matter of fact in early July, we are going to release our integration, but it of just approaches, which is production skater. Available in eight of us and you can take your workflow and this one commingling argument you can deploy on of aws. Step functions now step functions like some of the. Nice things about it is, it's a highly available Dag Scheduler, and it allows Florida running workflows, which can span a year as will end. The operation footprint is really monitoring, so you get like really nice quantities when Saginaw you're running on one of these stretching rates, lives and internally at net flicks. We chose to build one. Ourselves Sets Meson and Dorado. Bunch of talks online on specific infrastructure as well as the architecture needs on that front. and. Our internal users what they do is they invite Medoff workflow in this bag, and then just one single come online argument. They're able to export that as a means on woke view and this me, saen executor's slash schooler has a good amount of fetuses it around see how do unloading how to trigger events and other wilco finish resume. Your will close. You can sit a variety of triggers based on time the on what so you get like. All those nice features it when you're on top of one of these production rates get loose, and then you also get all the lineage tracking, and the deduc would and environments not shutting using Medicare. And do our end. Users now don't really have to consume themselves with a standing the programming model that means on provides our understanding the program model that Ilias Conscience provides. They just ride their coordinate in then metaphor takes care of interfacing in your of these productions units so now coming back to the question that you had around comparing metal fluid airflow I would say that these are ready to talking to products, and they're not competing against one another on the country they are. Supposed to work well with one another, so the situation would be back. You use metaphor your local prototyping, and once you're happy with the results then at that point in tiny convincingly just export of workflow onto their.

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"ilia" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"ilia" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"I'm losing to signal what happened. No. Doesn't necessarily have too many secrets now. What you may you might be talking about. Is Some of the Justice Thomas. Reverse engineering programs that government entities and military entities. have been implementing based on their observance. Of these crafts, you know so much of the technology that has spawned in the world. We recognize and believe has been sparked from the observance of UFO's, and you have several who've admitted to that? I think it was John Lear. Or whatever jolly. Chunlin the learjet. which is one of the most? Advanced in terms of the flight world anyway, and he admitted that much of that was reverse engineering technology based off their observance of UFO's. This is good stuff, and then I have to say it's unfortunately it's time to get out of here, but this was very interesting. We we're and. We're going to have to have Have you bad goes? We're going to have to have you back because there was more. Did this has been fun. This has been fun and we're going to have to do this again again. I truly truly appreciate you guys, man, appreciate you. Take that this. Is really in a sense of good breakthrough in terms of dialogue in terms of discussion, you know, don't have agree with everything, but right just a fat-battling the discussion is being made you know, and that they have been so many efforts outside of you all now so many efforts to just to prevent the nation of Islam from engaging now you said you had a hard time getting on shows and certain shows right? Okay Clark. Did bring that old wound up. Appreciative man, no worries. We as great different. In great idea. Yeah, no, it's like you said this. I love learning new things. We work in the besides just UFO, but we work in the UFO industry to and we've here. You know we've been thinking. We're like we. Hear, a lot of new stuff we hear the same story over and over and over, and you cannot go. What's new? Well Nineteen Forty Mike. How this is such an unlikely bedfellows? If you will, you wouldn't think to go there. You know what I'm saying. It's just. What you mean, I know what you mean I wouldn't think let's book. Dolan, and this guy. You know what I mean, but yet it'd be a great compliment I think it would be interesting. I am familiar with the works of Dolan and. Even in my book I certainly cited a lot of the research that he was diligent. Enough to find especially as it relates to government involvement, government encounter only cover up a man, a brilliant fellow that I would certainly love to be able to interact with absolutely well. Thank you so much and please everybody If you don't know where to go to get his book, you can go to Amazon, but she also can go to nations, nation brothers, Dot Com and pick up the book and please support him I. Know You have a Docu series that you're raising money for right. Yes, yes, we have and they information on nations, brothers, dot com will, but you're almost there for your goal. You're getting close. Yes, yes, man and we're thankful. Doing everything independently so. I I would give about a year. Something like that and we really would. have. Very, informative. Docu series that would involve so much of this left out information that doesn't make its way into mainstream discussion and I think what we discussed. Today was just the tip. But that's so hot, and that's why we have heavy back and we want to thank everybody for joining us. You know we appreciate you again without you guys is really no reason to show up in the studio, so we we appreciate you You can go to Youtube Channel. Please subscribe share this show. We'd love to have you share it with everybody you know and for our podcast. People people that just. Just want to not WANNA. Look at her ugly faces, but you can go, and which we recommend place you can download the apple I tunes. Google's all the pretty much outlet. You were pretty much everywhere. Even on radio DOT COM now but until next time we appreciate you. Captain Ron and myself, and also our new friend here. La Rashad Muhammad, so.

"ilia" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"ilia" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"People have been asking quite a bit this whole time, so if you don't mind US asking just a few questions from the chat, room. Tell, off Tony for Christ sake. Right. Right all right, so we have frank, or frank I don't toe Frank Toe Do you do African mask have any relations with so-called extraterrestrials or ancient gods. Love this quote. What is what is your thoughts? Sounds like an excellent question. I can't make a direct. Correlation and certainly I wouldn't try to force about a correlation and try to make something fit. have to ask those who specialize in African mass, but. Now they may. Be asking in regard to your familiar with the the Dogon tribe and. Their history and legends of. Having interactions with flying vessels and rains like that you know so it could be, but it's not something that I know about and certainly I wouldn't want to speak on something that I happen in the KATINA dollars here. Well, there's also somebody says we're the crafts built by the tribe of Shabazz. Well not necessarily. We do know that these this craft. was built here on this earth. Part of it. We understand was made in or near Japan. And those involved in its construction consisted of several thousand people. Now, of course, those involved in its construction didn't necessarily know. What the ultimate objective of this task would be only a select. Few was privy to that. Area fifty one like today. Yeah, right? Yes, and they were paid. They were paid. They were paid well. So and and those involved in it consisted of the aboriginal people of our planet that did consist of black brown red and yellow. Interestingly, also Tony how. One another a lot of these things bleed over other little histories from different countries. Even wasn't this made of gold like they used fifteen thousand pounds of gold or something. It was gold, right? It was they were paid in gold. Don't know the craft was made of gold I thought Oh not necessarily. Not necessarily it says the thing that part of Japan was made part of it was made of gold and they had bring the gold. The honorable Elijah Muhammad used the term I think. He said it was made from the finest of steel. It's a certain type of composition of steel that really is unbeknownst to the scientists of this world. You know it is made from steel and from this earth, but it's a certain type of composition of steel that and this may speak to why, during those encounters like the battle of Los, Angeles, where we see that the wheel seemed to be somewhat impenetrable. And it does have. For lack of a better term force field if you will around it, because the honorable Elijah Muhammad said that. This wheel, these wheels have the ability to create its own atmosphere. Now. Don't ask me how to do that. I'm not a scientist. But right they have that capability, and that's why they can go anywhere space that they want you know the wheel only come. Only have to come to the Earth's atmosphere, maybe once or twice a year to take in some of the oxygen, but other than that it can go anywhere. In space that it is is all right, so it's all being straight up here. Why don't you want truth? Be told. Why don't you tell us about the secret program that the nation of Islam has about creating developing anti gravity quote, we love. We love these secret programs the nation of Islam that's not necessary..

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"ilia" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"ilia" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Rashad Mohammed. Vary is. You Doing Ed. Wonderful Wonderful Beg. You well, we're excited to have you here. We have to say for the first time we've never. We're always looking for new opportunities for new types of shows and new opportunities for genres. We haven't touched yet I. Mean we've touched UFO's many many times. but we have never talked to anybody from the nation of Islam and we're both really blown away by the knowledge that nation of Islam says that they have on Ufo so we're going to get started right there. Rod and get the first question started there. We have run out the gate Tony like you said. It's just such an interesting place i. Mean, Tony don't really know. We're not that familiar with the nation. Of Islam, you know you hear a few headlines, and that's the extent of what we know and here this book comes out that you guys have this part of your core belief ties into the UFO thing. So why don't we just start off right there I know you guys have. A lot of misconceptions you feel are out there by UFO's. Why don't you straight on that? Okay. Now? You know that's something that certainly can't be done in one minute. However you have thirty seconds car and go. Just to give a general background, the nation of Islam since its inception here in the West began in nineteen thirty. Where in the. One thousand nine thirty one Elijah Muhammad. The eternal leader of the nation of Islam met this man by the name of master Father Mohamed. A man whom we in. The Nation of Islam reconized as being what is called the Mattie. Or the self guided one who was prophesied to come in the Muslim world, who is literally a representation of God in person. And this God in Person Taught Elijah Muhammad a man with a third or fourth grade education run. taught him things that this world had yet to discover. Among those many many scientific truths and realities that have become evident, later was the reality of a huge circular. Manmade craft that Master Fahd Mohammed pointed out to the honorable Elijah Muhammad. gave him the intricate details concerning this craft along with its fifteen hundred smaller wheel, shaped crafts that have tremendous power fly at phenomenal speeds of just under Adam -able maneuverability, but at the root of it is all in filament of the prophecies as laid out in the Judeo Christian prophecies as well as the Islamic prophecies of scripture, all of which depict God and his angels. Operating from some type of heavenly celestial vegetables, and we believe and recognized that this Ufo. Phenomenon is the fulfillment of those prophecy. This is the Ezekiel wheels within wheels thing from the Bible correct. It encompasses the easy cues will, but not limited to for all throughout those sacred texts. We find where this God. Figure is depicted. Operating from some heavenly vessel, whether it's deemed as clouds whether they're deemed as chariots as in the case of Eli In the Old Testament Jesus and clouds, Moses, and clouds by days and pillows fire by night. Other is prophets of old described him as a throne, and you also hear about a new Jerusalem in all of these type of symbolic. Symbolic nomenclature referring to God's operating vessel so again we recognize that what has now become known as the ufo phenomena, is the fulfillment of what those prophecies and scriptures have long talked about. Now what's interesting is in the UFO community. It's oftentimes there's these hard. You know real world craft that come from another planet interplanetary. Then there's the new inter dimensional aspect of that. It's much lesser spoke about that. These UFO's are built by humans, and that's what you're saying that this belief is that they were actually built by humans in the distant past. Not necessarily in the distant past although. The honorable Elijah, Muhammad, who was given those? Ancient Secrets and shown the reality of this craft along with the myriad other smaller crafts he did speak that this type of technology was available to the ancient people here on earth you know thousands better yet. Even millions of years ago. However, he also stated that that wisdom and knowledge had been buried for the last approximately six thousand years, or so until the reappearance of God whom he claimed he met in the person of Master Fodder Mohamed. And you may find it interesting guys that. The UFO phenomena, the modern ufo phenomena, which many would create it started and say the forties it actually started with the advent of the nation of Islam you know who had really introduced this reality to the modern world. Well, this is fascinating. Tony Because Roswell was forty seven. That was the first real big. Known and this started in nineteen thirty, so we're talking seventeen years before. That's when this sort of took place. So that's what is there any connection? I I'm just going to throw this out there any connection to like the inland Atlantis because you know the technology supposedly was there then. And then lost of course for thousands of years. What? What's your thoughts with the Nation of Islam on that? Well. This speaks to the fact that there have been many lost civilizations again. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Farrakhan have shown and teach us that our people had vast advanced stations on this earth. You know several thousand even several millions of years ago, but of course again that knowledge that wisdom had been buried in somewhat of an of a D. Volition of humanity, right? Where humanity basically went to sleep if you will. And so even the Holy Grail on speaks of these law cities and things like that, so it just speaks to the fact that there were anxious civilizations ancient cities that were highly advanced, and that advancement did include slight technology. US In the India but Harare, whatever that's called and that kind of thing to. You debunk a lot of the common. What are some of the things that people think about your foes that you you would say are not correct. Well, Perhaps the most. the main misconception of UFO's that we. demystify is the notion that this technology is of extraterrestrial origin. That is the leading belief among know common people and those who Dibble and dabble in ufo research. It is believed that this technology which has been exhibited amend. eons of time ahead of conventional technology and wisdom, so there's this belief that this has to be from another world, and the reason being is because those responsible for that technology, even though they are from this earth. The wisdom that they have is of that ancient wisdom. Vet Has not been revealed to conventional wisdom and conventional education and governments of this world. That is the wisdom. Part of the wisdom that was introduced to the honorable Elijah Muhammad by God in person, master fodder, Mohammed and this in truth is to serve as practical evidence that the Sabrina being has intervened in the affairs of humanity. Where you have this. georgia-born Black Man really a child of slaves. Who with third or fourth grade, education literally.

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What is venture capital doing to change its mostly white culture?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:26 min | 1 year ago

What is venture capital doing to change its mostly white culture?

"Venture capital doing to change. It's mostly white, mostly male culture. Nothing radical from American public media. This is marketplace tech I'm molly would. So for years, the venture capital industry has been pressured to be more diverse and inclusive invest in more women and people of Color hire more women and people of Color. In the past month we've talked with black startup founders investors about what it will take to drive real change in tech. And they said it'll take work from big silicon valley firms, and the big institutions that invest in those firms called limited partners or LP's. So we called big silicon. Valley, venture capital firm Ilya Fishman is a partner at Kleiner. Perkins I asked him what Kleiner is doing to improve representation in the valley. We do need to lower the barriers to entry and to connect. We also tried to connect new talent with tack in Silicon Valley and so we actually have a program called Kleiner Perkins fellows. We connect them with internship programs in our portfolio companies, and sometimes outside of our portfolio companies. When we started, the program was only seven percent female. It's about fifty percent female today we're about seven percent, Hispanic, and four percent black, and so obviously those are very early starting points, but hopefully we can achieve the same ramp on. Those measures of diversity as we did on gender diversity for program I. Hear you say all this, and it doesn't sound that different from what we've been hearing for. At least almost the twenty years that I've been in this industry. What would it really take to change this culture, would it? Does it take LP's like? Does it take your investor saying? We understand that you're committed to this, but you actually have to have a black partner before twenty twenty two. I mean I. Think ultimately this comes down to us all actually doing the things that we've talked about doing right for us. It's identifying amazing entrepreneurs and founders or executives can become those partners down the line. I would I would love for us to to be able to add a ethnically diverse partner I think committing to a higher by twenty twenty two. Yeah, it's it's hard for me to commit because I wanNA make sure that we actually executed on properly. I guess the question really is. There seems to be agreement that this is a systemic problem that needs systemic solutions. Do you feel like this solutions they are proposing. Are Systemic that they go deep enough. The fundamental systemic change starts with changing the types of people that are in technology and giving more access, and that's why I'm so excited about the fellows program, and that winds up being a feeder to everything else I think it's all happening i. wish it would happen faster. Couldn't you'd be that change I? Mean I hear you and I hear that you're doing these things, but you say you wish it could. Could happen faster and I feel like you're the guy man why my view is I think we are. We are making the changes, and by the way adding Carter's team is something. That's a very significant commitment. Right in general because these these relationships last decades I. Think you have my commitment that we will. We will look and we'll have to look, and we'll can commit to looking for diverse candidates as part of the process. Ilia Fishman is a partner at the venture capital firm. Kleiner Perkins according to at least one survey. Black people make up on the one percent of investment partners adventure firms. That's seven actual people.

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What is venture capital doing to change its mostly white culture?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:26 min | 1 year ago

What is venture capital doing to change its mostly white culture?

"Venture capital doing to change. It's mostly white, mostly male culture. Nothing radical from American public media. This is marketplace tech I'm molly would. So for years, the venture capital industry has been pressured to be more diverse and inclusive invest in more women and people of Color hire more women and people of Color. In the past month we've talked with black startup founders investors about what it will take to drive real change in tech. And they said it'll take work from big silicon valley firms, and the big institutions that invest in those firms called limited partners or LP's. So we called big silicon. Valley, venture capital firm Ilya Fishman is a partner at Kleiner. Perkins I asked him what Kleiner is doing to improve representation in the valley. We do need to lower the barriers to entry and to connect. We also tried to connect new talent with tack in Silicon Valley and so we actually have a program called Kleiner Perkins fellows. We connect them with internship programs in our portfolio companies, and sometimes outside of our portfolio companies. When we started, the program was only seven percent female. It's about fifty percent female today we're about seven percent, Hispanic, and four percent black, and so obviously those are very early starting points, but hopefully we can achieve the same ramp on. Those measures of diversity as we did on gender diversity for program I. Hear you say all this, and it doesn't sound that different from what we've been hearing for. At least almost the twenty years that I've been in this industry. What would it really take to change this culture, would it? Does it take LP's like? Does it take your investor saying? We understand that you're committed to this, but you actually have to have a black partner before twenty twenty two. I mean I. Think ultimately this comes down to us all actually doing the things that we've talked about doing right for us. It's identifying amazing entrepreneurs and founders or executives can become those partners down the line. I would I would love for us to to be able to add a ethnically diverse partner I think committing to a higher by twenty twenty two. Yeah, it's it's hard for me to commit because I wanNA make sure that we actually executed on properly. I guess the question really is. There seems to be agreement that this is a systemic problem that needs systemic solutions. Do you feel like this solutions they are proposing. Are Systemic that they go deep enough. The fundamental systemic change starts with changing the types of people that are in technology and giving more access, and that's why I'm so excited about the fellows program, and that winds up being a feeder to everything else I think it's all happening i. wish it would happen faster. Couldn't you'd be that change I? Mean I hear you and I hear that you're doing these things, but you say you wish it could. Could happen faster and I feel like you're the guy man why my view is I think we are. We are making the changes, and by the way adding Carter's team is something. That's a very significant commitment. Right in general because these these relationships last decades I. Think you have my commitment that we will. We will look and we'll have to look, and we'll can commit to looking for diverse candidates as part of the process. Ilia Fishman is a partner at the venture capital firm. Kleiner Perkins according to at least one survey. Black people make up on the one percent of investment partners adventure firms. That's seven actual people.

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Untame The Companies: Untamed Voices and Mental Health

Skimm'd from The Couch

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Untame The Companies: Untamed Voices and Mental Health

"Talking about mental illness. I think one being an entrepreneur. It's not talked about enough. I think it's a it's a really isolating profession whether you are someone that's running a big company or someone that's just starting off. There's a lot of loneliness and isolation and I don't think it's talked about enough in the tech industry the rates of depression and anxiety that go on in and something that carly and I talk about a lot. We've both struggle with anxiety. I think that I've also found a way to make it a positive and I feel like that is something that not enough people talked about. How have you and it seems like you have taken your addiction struggles and turn it into something that I think one has helped other people but also seems to be a part of you that you view as a positive because you get to share it. Yeah I do. I don't view it as a positive just because I get to share it to help other people like that's one of the reasons but I actually view as a real positive in my life and I think it's because you know what I've learned through my recovery is that I've always been the same person since I was born right. I've always been a person with deep deep sensitivity and you know what I would call deep sensitivity sometimes leads to self-medication. My problem was not that I drink too much. My problem was that I was anxious and depressed and I was using the alcohol to fix that and it was less helpful than one might hope. But here's what I've learned looking back at myself so when I was around ten years old. It's actually when we start to internalize social programming right. That's when we get tamed. When we have our wild self and then the outside world starts telling us who we should be and when we can't match that shame starts in the split starts so what I was heard from culture and from family and from everywhere was that it was too much and so I started numbing myself with food and booze. I don't anymore I was ever too much right. I think that I was a deeply sensitive. Human being and the really cool thing now is to look back at myself. Nco The sensitivity. That led me to numbing and lead to addiction is the exact same sensitivity that I- channel now that makes me really really freaking good writer and the fire I call it my fire my therapists call it anxiety so whatever but the fire inside me the anxiety that led me to end leads me to be kind of a fearful person sometimes is the exact same fire that I- channel to be a really effective activist. So I've never changed. The only time I changed really was when I tried to snuff myself out with all of the food and the booze. There was never anything wrong with me. I was born with the exact constitution. The exact gifts the exact challenges that I needed to get the exact done. The exact work done on this earth. We are traveling all the time for work. One thing that we are really obsessed with is thinking through what we put on our skin when we are flying when we are travelling when we are on the road in so many places. It's really important that we keep ourselves healthy and we've started to think about. What does that actually mean regarding the products that we use on a daily basis as also because skin just looks really bad when we travel so he loves products. That ARE CLEAN. Because we like to know. Now what's in them and we don't want to actually have to sacrifice the quality which I think is a big misnomer. Yeah I think about clean beauty. And that's something that we've really started to investigate in so lucky for all of us. This march for is raising the expectation. On what clean can be yes. They have some amazing brands that are clean. Thoughtfully made and some of our favorites are bite. Ilia Kaas our Ms Beauty Tower Twenty eight and artsy so the products are packed. With good for you ingredients. They look good and they make you look good good. It's great that one of our favorite store or Sephora is focused on clean beauty. We really appreciate that. I think that we are part of a generation. That's really thinking about what's going into the things we use every single day and it's great that we can get all the products that we really love without the ingredients that no one needs exactly so time for you to get the best in clean makeup at Sephora online and store right now look for the green seal to know which products are clean at Sephora certified. I want to talk about this idea of living an untamed life. You've talked so much about in the recovery circles and even in the mental institution. How refreshing it is when you hear people speak from an honest place and I think today especially in this age of social media. That's really tough. What do you think happens? When people start leading with their honest selves and also. How do you give people advice to do that? When they are working in more of a corporate environment where they're showing up in places every day where that is not like. I love hearing you speak. I also think about my friends that are working in law firms if they showed up being like. I'm going to live my untamed life. I can picture the arrows and I think we all struggle with how to exist within a society that has these expectations and also want to live in a freer way. It's big question. Is You know maybe in a corporate setting you wouldn't stand up and say I'm GonNa live my untamed life. Like maybe but what? What being untamed is is simply. It's every time there's a moment of conflict right so say you're sitting around a table in a corporate setting and someone says something that You know has like a hint of a whiff of racism and misogyny or homophobia in it right. We all know that we all know that when that happens and you know the split comes when your team self on the outside is like don't say anything. Don't say anything this will pass this will pass and your untamed self on the inside is like a new to say something. I need to say something now. What I know about corporations as the corporations are just groups of people right so the most important thing about a corporation is that it's twofold one is how we work together and to how we make space for every single individual to bring her full self so actually corporations are creating culture. There's no more important place for people to start bringing their entire individual self to the table and actually have space and have the safety and have the freedom to use their untamed voice tables because that is how culture changes status quo always stays the same if everyone at the table especially the marginalized groups continues to keep their untamed voice. Quiet I think one of the major problems in our culture corporations world is this idea of tribalism which is that we have this one group of people and we all must think the same way and we all must believe the same things and if we step out of line we will be tribal shamed and that. I think are moving away from that kind of group being an acceptable way of creating community. I think what we have to do. Incorporations in churches and institutions in political groups in families in relationships is create room where people who have differing ideas different voices different experiences can bring the full selves to the table and know that they will be both held by the group and free to bring in different self to the table so there is no more important place for people to begin to start using their untamed voices than

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Gordon Elliott's charge finished second behind Easysland

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Gordon Elliott's charge finished second behind Easysland

"Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge. Cup goes the way of that Man Gordon Ilias and Davy Russell Chosen Mate with Gordon finishing second with eclair. Fhu and then we had a massive raise for Joseph. O'brien he said that this has been the plan on the podcast that they were hoping for better performance and boy did they get it and well-backed as well thirty. Three's Joseph said that on the show after a handicap special. He was cut to twenty s and he was the chosen really. Well backed Jess but they were steaming into into from eleven tens on the day he was a bigger price earlier than sixteen beforehand. This money but chosen mate was well back to really the market phoned the right horses. All MOANING CHOSEN. Mayton us in them. Were horses that that that the other everyone tracking they were getting a lot a lot of attention. I know that in the morning you could have got nine to one. Third Chosen May and by the time the races off he was just just below five to one us and then was just below ten to one himself and another exceptional handicap performance for Gordon Elliott chosen. May He looks absolutely get up for this race. It was again another one that had been running incredibly well behind voices and this was a very very good victory. I think granite eighteen. Who BEEN LONGTIME ANTI POST FAVOURITE FOR PAUL? Nicholls wasn't quite. I don't know again. It was a bad day for political team. None of his horses really Brown. Well this on the best of all of them but they they kind of changed his tactics a bit and he was rather little bit more is positioned up with the pace more than and being being held up and he was always going well but it wasn't going to be the him but again. The Irish is showing dominance in handicaps and a brilliant victory for I think it was a I think. A big syndicate chose mate was at the northern racing partnership and and Yeah tallied upper a great great wheat for Gordon Elliott. Who the day on the morning. I think he had six wins and he was on six wins six seconds and three thirds and Willie Marlins was on three wins. Five seconds and five thirds somehow managed. Lose where he was one point six to be talked trainer. I don't know but amazing. Really really mullins cheers and better. Yeah another another top. Handicap spoke ordinary. I'll tell you how he lost seekers. Great White Shark third bosses. Oscar was unlucky not to get closer. But I'm delighted finish fifth because that went plays mony and he would've got it had it not been for parole qualifier horrible full. Oh Gordon but dramatic stuff and I do remember. It was like old school tv where Nick is handed a piece of paper. It was like something from watching like old school. Reruns of nineteen seventeen news broadcasts. Thanks thanks very much with that update because they were locked together as you said it was. It was amazing why Bez was held up in the rear great field. I have no idea because that doesn't suit him at all. But Hey Sean Joe is trying something different. Jodi mcgarvy keeping the ride Gordon wins again. Jane another huge success for for him. Presumably the approach from the British handicapper. Next year will be every Gordon handicapper. It goes up twenty pounds brilliant right by Davy Russell I had cut their scars in my selections and I wasn't all not comfortable watching the race. I was wondering were we going is as good as Davies. Body language suggested we were and he made couple of mistakes on the mound never panicked he ultimately put me at ease watching him I always once know you have debut Rossler Barry or you know Richard Johnson on your soy. Been you're instantly. Put at ease and no offense to Shana Keith or JJ seven but been of growing up watching the on the big day and he sold rarely gets it wrong. And this was a tactic. Good Brilliance from him I think most Ryan is part of the syndicate and they got great satisfaction from day. Celebrations would have been huge. I'd say the government the closing down and as a great seal being held up. Aki Job better than he usually does so. He didn't travel with fluency that he has done. When he raises from the front put he jumped a lot better than he can Paloma blue biggest parliament for me. I am not making any more excuses for the horse I think he has an implement ability but he wins someday and I won't be on Off and then it of bridesmaid isn't he? He's run second to their Eastbourne couple times in grade ones and now he's been third at Jutland hearings massive race again. Joseph O'Brien but ultimately that is David Ostlund chosen may stolen show horses connections and he's giving them some great days but you're right he's a bridesmaid. And Hey look we did. All right we did find in terms of our handicaps. I'll happily take place. Thank you very much on a bonkers week and the bunkers week would end with a twenty five so one Wynonna First Cheltenham Festival. Success for Paul Weber. Would Philip Hobbs. Who's we could have been saved and a brilliant ride from Ben Jones. As well ultimately a short head stops them from getting a victory in behind on mcinerney giving. Willie mullins great white shark a fantastic ride And Gordon Elliott's the bosses Oscar running a stormer. I thought I stayed on really really strongly in the Martin.

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"ilia" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"ilia" Discussed on Latina to Latina

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"ilia" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"ilia" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"This week final. Two Democratic presidential hopefuls faced off in the eleventh primary debate and face questions from one of America's preeminent Latina Journalists Jones. Ilia Darren we spoke with Ilia about the leap of faith. She took to begin her career in the states. What she left behind what it means to make history. Your career has been one of many firsts and you make it all look as you make everything you do look easy but being the first is never easy. It's never easy but the way I see it. I Lisa is as hard to go through so many things that you have to go through to be here is a woman as an Hispanic in the United States as a black woman but at the same time it gives me the drive to think about others to think about the new generations so for me this is big but is going to be bigger if I leave this doors open for someone else for a minority. That has to be here when I leave or before I leave this position knowing that one day that he's going to be the norm knowing that one day that is not going to make be lines when happens talk to me about two thousand one and making that leap from Columbia to the US market. Because I have to imagine that was the biggest leap you've made in your career. I was in Colombia working for Sammy. One of the main news gust and Primetime I came to the United States on location and I wanted to Miami and they go to live in south beach swung by Telemundo. I wanted to see how journalists that I used to see Works I went there through a friend that a friend that works there. They give me a tour and when I sat down with Maggie Man the word I want to mention her name because she was the one that changed everything she told me. What are you doing? This like news anchoring Columbia but why did he knew casting Columbia Gusting Warp? Eight months ago. We went to Olympia. We had cussing. We brought the main anchors in the country. And you're not there so like no one told me about a casting Just like you do a guest email. Say like four is and then she called the vice president of news and Telemundo and he told me lsu casting what I've learned right place right time but I don't know that I've ever heard a story like that said he came. We did the cussing the very same day. I was sitting with the president of Telemundo and he was offering me a dose. Is there any part of me? That's like we gotta pump the brakes. This is all happening but you know what like been at the right place at the right time but at the same time making the seasons and not being afraid of making big decisions I had a relationship in Columbia for two years like my boyfriend. And we're in a serious relationship not engaged INNOC- relationship and when these opportunities open for me as I mean by I ever buy everything I had my mom and my sisters by my side he understood. Of course he was not gonna ask me to stay. I was not going to ask him to come with me because he had. He's career there so in those terms everybody was good. You know sometimes when you see those big opportunities come to you you have to say yes. You have to to leave all the fears behind. Nc This is mine is just hopping recent. And I have to take it. What is the most difficult story? You have ever covered so many but I think for what it meant to me us. A woman as a Hispanic Black Hispanic and as a mother when I interview Chris Marker that game When we're talking about what was going on with the KKK. There were no covering the phrases anymore. No no wearing the the garments and and the hoods they were free to insult and free to attack. That's the way that we're feeling empowered by the highest position of the government. How sad I wanted to cover this only reason. I you sure so yes I WANNA look at hate face to face and ask him. Why does he hate us? What how done to deserve this fencing when.

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Univision's Ilia Caldern is Grounded by the People She Covers

Latina to Latina

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Univision's Ilia Caldern is Grounded by the People She Covers

"This week final. Two Democratic presidential hopefuls faced off in the eleventh primary debate and face questions from one of America's preeminent Latina Journalists Jones. Ilia Darren we spoke with Ilia about the leap of faith. She took to begin her career in the states. What she left behind what it means to make history. Your career has been one of many firsts and you make it all look as you make everything you do look easy but being the first is never easy. It's never easy but the way I see it. I Lisa is as hard to go through so many things that you have to go through to be here is a woman as an Hispanic in the United States as a black woman but at the same time it gives me the drive to think about others to think about the new generations so for me this is big but is going to be bigger if I leave this doors open for someone else for a minority. That has to be here when I leave or before I leave this position knowing that one day that he's going to be the norm knowing that one day that is not going to make be lines when happens talk to me about two thousand one and making that leap from Columbia to the US market. Because I have to imagine that was the biggest leap you've made in your career. I was in Colombia working for Sammy. One of the main news gust and Primetime I came to the United States on location and I wanted to Miami and they go to live in south beach swung by Telemundo. I wanted to see how journalists that I used to see Works I went there through a friend that a friend that works there. They give me a tour and when I sat down with Maggie Man the word I want to mention her name because she was the one that changed everything she told me. What are you doing? This like news anchoring Columbia but why did he knew casting Columbia Gusting Warp? Eight months ago. We went to Olympia. We had cussing. We brought the main anchors in the country. And you're not there so like no one told me about a casting Just like you do a guest email. Say like four is and then she called the vice president of news and Telemundo and he told me lsu casting what I've learned right place right time but I don't know that I've ever heard a story like that said he came. We did the cussing the very same day. I was sitting with the president of Telemundo and he was offering me a dose. Is there any part of me? That's like we gotta pump the brakes. This is all happening but you know what like been at the right place at the right time but at the same time making the seasons and not being afraid of making big decisions I had a relationship in Columbia for two years like my boyfriend. And we're in a serious relationship not engaged INNOC- relationship and when these opportunities open for me as I mean by I ever buy everything I had my mom and my sisters by my side he understood. Of course he was not gonna ask me to stay. I was not going to ask him to come with me because he had. He's career there so in those terms everybody was good. You know sometimes when you see those big opportunities come to you you have to say yes. You have to to leave all the fears behind. Nc This is mine is just hopping recent. And I have to take it. What is the most difficult story? You have ever covered so many but I think for what it meant to me us. A woman as a Hispanic Black Hispanic and as a mother when I interview Chris Marker that game When we're talking about what was going on with the KKK. There were no covering the phrases anymore. No no wearing the the garments and and the hoods they were free to insult and free to attack. That's the way that we're feeling empowered by the highest position of the government. How sad I wanted to cover this only reason. I you sure so yes I WANNA look at hate face to face and ask him. Why does he hate us? What how done to deserve this

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High-Dimensional Robust Statistics with Ilias Diakonikolas

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:50 min | 1 year ago

High-Dimensional Robust Statistics with Ilias Diakonikolas

"I'm really looking forward to diving into our discussion before we do. I love to hear a little bit about your background. Your primary research interests are in algorithms and machine learning and If the paper that we're going to discuss this time around distribution independent pack learning of half spaces with mosser noise Which one they outstanding paper award at Europe's it's any Your work is quite theoretical in nature Tell us a little about your background and how you came to working on this type of work right so I grew up in Greece. So and Bis where I did my Undergrad. I moved to Columbia University. For Grad School. My Grad school was In topic cold the theoretical computer science algorithms person and something the process. I realized that the best way to cover impact in the world if you're doing theoretical algorithm research used to actually work on algorithm questions the come from. Mossy learn against that this. Why why is that? Why is that the best place I mean? Maybe yeah maybe the phrasing is not really a good place because this is where this you know our listeners would all agree but I'm curious your thoughts thoughts so I actually started doing this before. It was popular because really I could really see that maybe not all of the theoretical algorithm but one looks some of them could be used in practice and you could see the sort of practical improvements in data analysis tasks so but like in I used to like doing a theoretical griffin. Chris just for the sake of doing it but sort of like after my fingers might the I started good ovulating towards ethical questions that if solved would actually have a product. The galleon bucked described for us. Broadly your research interests and focus so that we have a little bit of the context out of which this paper comes so I come interest within the algorithms in learning so this particular nerves paper. belongs High level which is called the high dimensional Obama's. Learning the idea. Here is that historically every machine learning algorithm needs to make some assumptions assumptions about the model where the data comes from so in some sense very roughly speaking every algorithm could could be viewed as a data fitting methods. You're trying to feed the data to model now. The issues that this assumption about the data coming from a model of a given type is very crucial so and typically do not want your algorithm to overfeed to this assumption in the says that in this assumption is that exactly through but if it's approximately through you want your algorithm to still work and unfortunately entire dimensional sailings. We realized about five years ago. This actually not the case even a very tiny deviation from the assume model could make the rub the machine learning algorithm very fragile so we in decided that okay we need to rectify his developed methodology to have robust learning algorithms for high dimensional problems. And so when you talk about high dimensional problems and perturbations are you thinking about things like the adversarial examples types of problems that we are familiar with where you've got an image high dimensional and you apply some some noise to it so that's a great question I was. I was expecting this question exactly to to throw a difference so these types of recital examples also some type of robustness the question type of buses but somewhat difference. Learn the one I'd like to discuss in particular in the certain adversary robust setting. What you have is if you train you train your network on some images right and then you perturb those images. In a way that's imperceptible to humans and see how the how the model learn performs. We have learned. That's actually under Boston. We need to do something to make it. Robust so the participations in the recital bus setting take place up test time so you train with a bunch of clean data and then you want to test on a set of corrupted data so the sending over Bosnia least with respect to this line of work is something that's called tests diamox. What you actually train on corrupting data. These two are related. So these two notions of Obama's isolated but they're also quite a bit different and you said they're called test time adapts. Yeah but the data is perturbed in training. So this is a cold time. Docs got what I'm GonNa talk about the It's called trading diamondbacks. Okay right so let me give you an example like the most basic example of that. I expect anyone could could understand with just a little bit of bug so if I give you samples like ID samples from public distribution. Like Goshen. And I ask you to find the expectation that mean value offer with distribution whatever samples. Come from let's say in in one dimension than what would you do to find the main value? Yeah you'd some them and divide by the number of samples you have. Yeah that's what that's about sir. Gold sort of empirical mean and we know that it works right. Unfortunately though if one of the summers they give you is not drawn from the distribution that you are strongly it was. It's out liar. Then the average doesn't work anymore was the betrayal far from the tool mean. It's not going to convert through mean even if you take infantryman samples. So what are we doing this case so for the one dimensional saving is known for like I duNno? Essential in statistics. So he still taking the average. You're taking staffing with the skull. The median. Okay. So we know that the media is robust to outliers and it's optimally robust for one dimensional problems right. Lie merging a generalization with this problem too high dimensions so now observing one dimensional points. You're observing high dimensional points every observation that you have is high dimensional. Let's say the dimensions and you want to do the same thing. You want to actually compute the expected value of the corresponding distribution now in the case of polling data. You will do exactly the same thing that you did. In the one dimensional case you would sam all the samples and the divide by the number of the samples so this is the umbilical meaning high dimensions and in the case of clean. Data it works. Now the difficulty is actually generalizing this dimensional and be mean when you actually have. Let's say ten percent of your of your samples being arbitrary. I would liars in this case. Unfortunately there is not an easy solution as taking the media meeting because the media in a high dimensional scenario isn't wall defined or because of the number of outliers you have. Let's these are great questions. So there are many ways to define north of a medium high dimensions for example. One thing that you could do is look at their coordinate individually and calculating the median. Coordinate and giving the dancer unfortunately this is not gonNa work they gonNA work is because you have many dimensions and in some sense. The noise can accumulate across dimensions. So if you let's say even a one percent of outliers then the answer you're going to get at. The end is going to be very large. In the worst case would actually depends on. Who would actually scale with the number of dimensions? And this is something that you can avoid. We know that you can avoid that if you look at like information theoretic bounds. But we didn't know how avoided with the computational efficient algorithm with a method that you can actually ran all right so what we did for years ago with a number of great golfers is we developed the first methods that is actually robust for estimating tied immeasurable distribution to constant number of outliers. So even if you have. Let's say twenty percent about liars and no matter. How highly dimension is the algorithm around sufficiently and gives you an accurate approximation of what's the general flavor or shape of this algorithm? I see so many versions. Maybe they easiest want is about Sort of detecting and removing the consequential outlines so we are in a high dimensional setting so the most sort of knives thing to try to do is detect out liars and remove them and after you do the venue just the output V. The men of the rest I will be the ideal methodology to solve the problem. They show is that this is impossible. We can't prove that it is impossible to actually detect the outliers in dimension setting. So what do we do so the next thing to try deuce okay? Maybe I cannot detect a remove. All the outliers. Maybe I contacted. Remove the ones that If I kept the data sets then they would actually skew the appeal coming by a lot. Turns out that this is something that you can do by using spectral move

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China coronavirus "surge" was a change in counting method

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:17 min | 1 year ago

China coronavirus "surge" was a change in counting method

"Less so with coronavirus in an update that as we come to day two of this new way of counting infections give us an update hi there and as you mentioned Emily on the the the there is a new method and I've been night who bait province the epicenter of the outbreak that reported another four thousand eight hundred and twenty three cases is still shop drop from the I miss fifteen thousand reported today ilia and that decline basically confirms that the the the last number from the other day was a one off situation because of the new method that medical authorities and doctors are you you are using for counting the infections the Acer removed more than a hundred deaths from the previous death toll because of double counting so with seeing that the death toll in China alone now stands at one thousand three hundred and eighty that surprise jump the other day his prompted Larry could load that the White House economic adviser to voice some doubts about these numbers he said they we we we thought there was that would be better transparency coming in China but it doesn't

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Russian president To Give His Yearly Press Conference

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Russian president To Give His Yearly Press Conference

"And Russian president Vladimir Putin cases annual press conference and that's happening later this morning while in the next hour rule save big Bucks ilia Arkhipov tells us what we should expect he'll take several dozens questions well almost two thousand Germanised will be present in a giant hole in one school business center that is likely to last for several hours topics usually include economy energy relations with the S. and other aspects of their Russian foreign policy in Moscow

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"ilia" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"ilia" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Saved a bunch, which was awesome donlevatar. Getting how're you doing today? Kenny waiting for can joined the hook. Them up here. Can you with us? We'll try again. Yes. Got him spo- gots will take a quick time out. You guys figure it out goodbye. This is our show with stugatz on the ticket. All right. We have tons of calls. What are you guys wanna talk about tons of people want to free sign like Jack Morris and tell us what they'd free? I'm with shockingly. No. A lot of people are not really interested in that topic. We had someone who was calling in to offer to be an army football correspondent from Germany, but he seems to have dropped from the line. So we can't talk to him. So we're gonna cross that one off the list. Garrett want some advice Steve wants to do the freezing time thing, sort of Eric wants to do the freezing time thing, sort of an Ilia wants to tell us a pit bull story from last night. Ilia. All right. Elliot's on line one. You're on the air really a- Ilya. Your moment. Know Elliott was already this might happen. Yeah. Because he was on bluetooth before Ilya. If you're still there and you can hear me Plantier, all right? Are you are you on bluetooth again? Please. Get off. I. Okay. You sound a lot better now Ilya. Thank you. How are you? Great. I'm calling it on. I got Ilia fix it. You got five seconds to fix it. There's a lot of pressure. No, india. By ilya. It was a good story to. All right. So that was a perfect call for a Monday wasn't that a Monday field? And that really. I really sucks, a lot of energy out of that. So Bill, you Ilia killed me just now a part of me died. Thank you. You guys want hear my Zack Morris thing. Yes, she's still absolutely, okay. So Billy was talking about how Zack Morris from saved by the bell used to have this ability to freeze time he'd be living his life. And all of a sudden he'd hit pause, and he could speak to the camera while everyone else's frozen. Billy said he would use this for if he's in the shower, so he could have a long shower where he's not really wasting time or if traffic's really heavy, he could pause and we've through traffic so very beneficial things. Mine was more when I get annoyed with people. My first thought was when I go to a restaurant and it's been fifteen minutes since I see my waiter, and I'm like where is my way to right now? I want to be able to pause time and go back walked back there and see them leaning up against like the salad station and just hanging out and just come up to and be like, well, can they understand me in these frozen people understanding understand you wanna use this mode to yell at people? Frozen. That's terrible. Wanna use this power to loosely a waiter. I don't understand why you're so like anti waiter. I'm not oh I'm saying. But there are times when you're getting really bad service, you want to use the power to expose people. Yes. Wise waiter is just hanging out. Having conversations old in court in the back of the house, which is what they call front of house back in restaurants. And yeah. Visits. No, thank you for it seems like you're using your superpowers for not beneficial your super villain, own right. I mean you want to take a shower longer. I mean. Yeah. I wanna I wanna take a shower longer because it's something that I enjoy doing. I can't you just take a longer shower. What do you mean? Like, yeah. Like, maybe start sooner you just one time to freeze point a part of the problem with you take a long showers, is that it takes too much time. No, the problem with is that I can't enjoy a shower because I start late. And then I ended up doing everything in a rush. So I don't fool enjoy shower, which is an enjoyable thing in my lights weird. Wanting to freeze time to yell at people. Oh, interesting. Oh, it's just the the way that you allot your time during the day. I've I catered really run into a situation where I'm like, I got to hurry up and be quick with his shower. But normally I can usually I can just take my time in the Jewish agree with Billy that showers are one of life's simple pleasures. They are enjoy a good shower the hot water you just turn around put your head down. But would you hot waterfall on you? When you catch the waiter, it's not to yell at though, it's just to be like, I it's just a look at the question. Can he just really so? So.

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HealthTech - The Wearable Reducing Hospital Readmissions

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

07:30 min | 2 years ago

HealthTech - The Wearable Reducing Hospital Readmissions

"Today, I want to turn my attention back to health tech. Current health recently announced that he's a powered remote patient monitoring wearable device. Receive class to clearance from the US food and Drug administration, the FDA for hospital care, and this current wireless device provides continuous ICU level patient monitoring, which essentially enables clinicians to better determine the hell trajectory and intervene early an ultimate -ly improve patient outcomes and current health. Ceo, Christopher mcken has been on the podcast before. But I invite him back on again today. So we can discuss the advancements being made in healthcare an IOT and out together, the helping improve patient care so book up and hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way to Edinburgh in Scotland. So we can speak with Christopher mcken CEO at current health. So massive warm. Welcome back to the show. Chris can you tell snooze? Labat who you are. And what you do. Yeah. Hi, Neal delighted to be buying. I'm trust me cannon. I'm the CEO and cool friend or of current health. And I think the last thing we would on your show we were knowing not forty but we've saying helpfully changed name though to not cut it. We health tech company based in Edinburgh and New York, raise the eleven million dollars and employees currently people although were were growing rapidly at the moment. Now, we last spoke on I think it was episode six hundred sixty seven where he revealed your ally powered patient monitor solution and just went on it Mr. episode, can you give them a quick overview of what current health is. Maybe the story behind your rebranding and the problems that you set out to solve a cool. And so my my win by in the computer science and then medicine, and I started the company with my cool brendor actually is a major who shouldn't. And the the problem are our meshing that we had was really simple. We just wanted to help help them to identify patients the at risk of getting that on Ilia point. And Ray, no, the don't really have a way of minting visibility of patient hell on those signing when that patient is stopping to deteriorate on and getting to go and see that patient Elliot here that is both an exact. So we do is winnable on the upper arm of the patient. We monitor them across a whole bunch of ideological matrix where and super high accuracy, so things like oceans accusation and responded to rate, and we integrate with a bunch of other devices are in the body from things like Spiro McRae or wait. And then we take all of that information and use it under signed as a patient health trajectory, and can we LA are a health care professional much much jelly appoint than currently possible. So they can intervene L E R, and we rebranded because our or existing name Billick. It didn't really really set with what we were trying to achieve then really mean anything until I actually am. We just happen to the dot com. The name and went with it. So we decided that we would we would try and fight the name that was more fighting for the mesh that we were trying to achieve and we went with Conan hill. I playoffs a fantastic move as well. The difference between snap Fulton and current health. You just know exactly what it is straight away. Yeah. We we think we feel much happier with it. And since we last spoke you recently, an absent your AI, powered remote patient monitoring wells device receive class to clearance from the US food and Drug administration the FDA old for hospital offer hospital care. I mean, that's an incredibly big deal for you. You guys he told me a little bit more about what that means for you at current house. Yeah. I mean, it was an amazing. My also in forest is the culmination of 'em yields of walk on the part of our team, and we're one of a very very small number of and devices anywhere in the world. Weser vacation, and it gives us actor the US market, but it's also an enormous validation point from and one of the world's most most diligent regulate does it was a huge amount of work and photos together, and it was a huge sum Hove stamp of approval for his when we actually go to 'em celebration for the team and all the work that the. It feels like a huge step in the right direction. But how did you see the advancements in healthcare, and I oversee and how to get how do you think that can all actually improve patient care and move to more than like a proactive approach to healthcare all the traditional reactive? Yeah. Well, I think if you will through waned one hundred years the disease that we saw for indict from where different than the RTD and infant mentality was higher and hundred years ago and life expectancy was lore, and we tended to die quick are from shore or Talamo Lucy's whereas today, thanks to the incredible environments and science and medicine, we can all live longer disease that would have been a death sentence one hundred years ago, or no, long-term lovable and chronic. And that's great. But the flip side of that is or health systems are no facing real strain from an older population who have disease that require and more frequent contact on long management. So, you know, shoe

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George H W Bush remembrance

Between The Lines

07:44 min | 3 years ago

George H W Bush remembrance

"Era. It's usually intended as a criticism, isn't it? However in the case of George H W Bush, America's forty first president and father of his forty third is really a compliment. Bush senior was the last president to grasp the complexities of foreign policy my judgement. He represented fiscal discipline that helped to merica on the path back to balanced budgets. Moreover, he was by temperament a man of the middle in what has become an age of increasing Audie logical polarize action. He's a Wall Street Journal editorial this week, quote, a gentleman in a culture growing cruder by the Bush also had a regime. Unlike today's creep hall, Titians ninety pollen, and what will to oilman special envoy to China. UN ambassador. CI direct congressman Voss president president. Well, someone who called the historical significance of George Bush Sania early on is my next guests nearly two decades ago. Jonathan rash wrote a cover story for the new Republic. Back then Washington's leading liberal political magazine and the toddle father superior out greatest. Modern president Jonathan is the author of the happiness cove, and it's a great pleasure to welcome back to between the lawn high. They Jonathan hi, Tom. It's great to be back. When Bush was president in nineteen Ninety-three. He had no shortage of critics liberals dismissed him as a wimp intellectuals ridiculed his sentence fragments and jumbled Syntex and even conservative detested him for not just Rausing, Texas. But losing to Bill Clinton why? Then you write Bussan Holly. Bush was a problem solver if not for him Ronald Reagan's presidency would have looked like a semi failure and Bill Clinton might well have failed. He cleaned up the messes that Reagan left behind and he left a healthy situation for Bill Clinton to build on. And he got punished for doing it kind of typical of his generation and the kinds of constructive attitudes. That they had voice nine is a foreign policy president. And of course, he's price full. He's handling of the collapse of the Soviet Union yet at the time Bush was widely criticized for not embracing democracy. National self-determination. Bush was a man of restraint. And of course, he was ridiculed for that wouldn't be prudent and so on, but he turned out to be right? He was very careful. Not to rub the Russians face in the collapse of the Soviet empire. Give them room to adjust. And in fact, ending the Cold War with Germany and NATO was darn near miraculously batter. For example, said don't even try it. It can't be done and same thing with the economy. He was careful not to go overboard with stimulus. He understood that it was too late in nineteen ninety two. He was careful not to invade Iraq. And occupy Baghdad he knew that that would be a disaster again. And again, he proved his critics wrong. It's interesting because after the US lead victory in the Persian Gulf, though, many critics poll Koetting alpha prime minister was one among many who expressed disappointment at the failure to finish Saddam off boosting Cup that Chris. After recite invited Iraq Diddy. No, that's that's exactly right. And it's you know, it's not just at the man was cautious. You know, this kind of negative virtue of caution. He also had the positive virtual being able to Wade into these very complicated difficult situations. And somehow get the problem solved. He brokered a compromise. That broke the back of the US federal budget deficit made possible balanced budget surpluses a few years later, he did that working with Republicans and Democrats it cost him the support of his party. But it was a huge thing. He sold the savings and loan crisis, which was the biggest financial meltdown until the one in two thousand very very serious very dangerous. We've forgotten about it, probably Australians don't even know about it because he solved it. So well, he dealt with the open source Nicaragua which Reagan had left one thing after another. He would just go in and deal with it. Like a grownup guesses. Jonathan rash from the Brookings Institution in Washington. He's also the. Oh, throw the happiness cove. We had a segment Ilia this year on that subject. And which about the great modern US president, George H W Bush who died last weekend at I ninety four John you obviously prize Bush's prudence and pragmatism. How does he compare to say he's Republican successes there? There are a whole bunch of them. I think of the new Gingrich revolutionaries who want to slash the size and the scope of the federal government. The George W Bush Neo conservatives who want to democratize the world, and they were the Trump populists America first and all that how does Bush saying compay to his successes. He's so different in so many ways home where does we're just going to be getting the first thing to say that he could not be elected dogcatcher. I mean, I mean literally he would not be a serious candidate for high national office. He would be considered. What's what's known over? Here is a rhino or Republican in name only. So first of all the difference is temperamental. He was not a populous. He was not elitist. He was someone who understood that he was fortunate and believed in giving back he valued expertise he valued wisdom. He was in fact, his own secretary of state working the phones, and he understood that there was no substitute for knowledge. He had deep experience in government, something Republicans now reject it turns out now that in both parties in the US even more Republicans than Democrats experiences seen as disqualification because it makes you part of the swamp. Okay. Quick quick quick Chris Christian for whom did George H W Bush vote for in two thousand sixteen. Well, I don't know that we know that. But we know he didn't vote for Donald Trump. Yeah. I read. Well, that's true. But I believe he actually voted for Hillary Clinton any sun abstained fest nodding. Yeah. We'll fascinating d I mean, he much more resemble Hillary Clinton someone else who comes along with a deep resume in government and lots of proven skills, but is not a very good campaigner not good at connecting has many of the same faults. A well what about sense of decency? Let's get your reaction to the hand risen letter that Busse ride for his successor and opponent Bill Clinton. This was on the die of the January twenty nine ninety three inauguration, by the way, I happen to attend that inauguration as one of the best moments of my life. This is an NPR voice. I've dear Bill when I walked into this office. Just now I felt the same sense of wonder in respect that I felt for years ago. I know you will feel that too. I wish you great happiness here. I never felt the loneliness some presidents have. -scribed? There will be very tough times made even more difficult by criticism. You may not think is fair. I'm not a very good one to give advice, but just don't let the critics discourage you or push you. Of course, you will be our president. When you read this note, I wish you well. I wish you family will your success now is our country's success. I'm rooting hard for you. Good luck. George George W Bush's handwritten leaded to his opponent and successive Bill Clinton on the day of the transfer of power in non Hain Ninety-three. That was an MP voice of Jonathan Rashleigh. It's a beautiful notice and it and

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To Save the Planet, Drive a Tiny Car

Business Wars Daily

04:07 min | 3 years ago

To Save the Planet, Drive a Tiny Car

"Business wars daily is brought to you by papal when it comes to growing your business. You need a partner you can trust for today and tomorrow and pay pal processes over ten million payments per day. That's experience you can rely on. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. This is business wars daily on this Wednesday November fourteenth. Now, here's a novel way to save the planet reduce emissions by convincing. People to drive teeny tiny cars, a whole bunch of auto and scooter companies are developing the strange little vehicles, which have roofs and doors, but not necessarily much else drivers can park the electric vehicles. Most of which have only three wheels practically anywhere that's a boon in congested cities, like Manhattan and Paris. Oh, and they're cute too. And depending on the maker a whole lot cheaper than normal four door cars from a design standpoint. Well, the vehicles are refreshing futuristic and unique you can tell how much fun. The engineers are having imagining something totally new Toyota has its three wheeled, I rode and Renault's already sold about twenty thousand. Twinsies. A four wheeled card. That's nevertheless, miniscule, but three Wheeler startup. Standout Arkham Oto and helium Motors part motorcycle parked car. They may have either more than you need or less than you want. That is unlike a motorcycle the arc Emoto has two seats and a roof, but unlike a traditional car, it has no airbags no Cup holders. And no doors. Ilia Motors p five vehicle is a little more buttoned up. I mean, it has doors and several airbags both will go up to about eighty miles per hour. Ito's vehicle which costs about half of the arc Emoto and looks a bit. Like speed racer's cartoon car already has a waiting list of sixty five thousand customers. The company says ellios delayed the release several times. However and observers worry that the company might run out of money before the p five can get off the ground for decades, advertisers, have sold automobiles to us by positioning them as sexy powerful stand-ins for our dynamic exciting lives. What are they going to do with? This new three wheeled species. We can only begin to imagine. From wondering this is business wars daily. If you like our show share it with your friends, send an Email retweets. Whatever you do tell them to subscribe, and thanks. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. Business wars daily is brought to you by pay pal. Once an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth. To sign up for free today.

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"ilia" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"ilia" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"We're talking about stats like chill out because it's a franchise record not a city record. Yeah. And that one I love the fact that the jets are back. I think it's so cool the fans they're like that's an unbelievable building to play off. Ken, those fans are awesome. You Hugo into that building. So fun to play there. Because the in the early on when they booed the captain every time you touch the pock. It was that was I love that. They were actually cheered for me the first time well from people. I was passed. I was up in the press, obviously. And I'm expecting everyone would be like give them like a standing. Oh. And I hear the boos. No, there's no way and always kind of like a big I I went on about it. But people said it was friendly booze like kind of job power donor. Yeah. And that was here at the very first time when they said my name on the came. I'm not pay more there and anyone that had played for the jets. They gave him a a like, they cheered for you. But then they booed the captain of every team, which was a cool. I thought that was a cool. I know the kind of coping so what awesome? I love that. I feel so bad like Ilia Kulik Chuck's. They were talking about the last player score fifty goals for the Winnipeg Jets, and they were saying well, keep ca- Chuck, and I'm like, no, he's he scored for us. The last player to score fifty goals for the Winnipeg Jets now would be Ilia cool took you know, what I mean like not. Where I'm like, right me. I'm like that. Yeah. There it'd be different. 'cause TSN every time do a graphic. They always say like teams who play in Winnipeg named the jet. They have to specify because there was no AHL version. I think it was like a version back in the forties to the original Winnipeg Jets because obviously there was. Yeah. Very it's obviously a huge name up there say like even like with Patrick line and stuff like he's unbelievable may wanna compare them to pay more. And I'm like, that's awesome. But then he was unbelievable and scored fifty goals as a young kid for Atlanta that do you know what I mean? Like, I think proud of hockey that they dislike all I don't blame. They just want a piece of it. All whatever I exactly because it's it is it's a separate franchise. And you kinda almost assigning it to another a hole of the franchise when they really have nothing to do with each other. I know I know exactly what you coming from. And then for me, what makes it personal. Then you almost forget it. Anyway, and Elliott Kovalchuk and all of those guys because called the Armstrong Bill. Yeah. Yeah. He's a great. But for me, I'm afraid of that like I was afraid of that all the time when they're talking about the coyotes movement. I'm like, holy man. I just forget about the guy's whole career the played in that city. Get on donor. Hold the record of like would Jim MacKenzie had the biggest caulk and Winnipeg Jets history or Phoenix coming out. He tire. League for the league Lee confirmation, even we tend it's caulk talk a little bit. And we were going to kind of in the conversation came up 'cause you play with them in both places. Now is the rumor true is this guy have the hugest weapon of all time. Okay. Okay. I'll give you my story Jimmy MacKenzie. Iveco? I'm eighteen years old. We picked him up from the islanders. We and I'm walking out of the dressing of Winnipeg. And they're he's showering was we're walking out. I look into the shower. And it's only him the shower and I get startled like I'm like what the what was that? Go. I walked by the shower as I'm heading. I'm eighteen I don't say to anybody. I'm not talking I'm smiling. And on the whole time. I walked pasta shower stop. I wait for like fifteen twenty seconds. I turn around walk back into the dress. You're just because I'm like split the heck what's that? And as I walked back into the dressing room. I'm like all cow..

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"ilia" Discussed on Trump, Inc.

Trump, Inc.

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"ilia" Discussed on Trump, Inc.

"Hey it's ilia with trump inc podcast extra trumping is an open investigation from propublica and wnyc our goal is to explore the business conflicts of interest at the heart of the trump presidency no one would've thought when the constitution was written that pain your hotel bill was an emolument instead it would have been thought of as value for value exchange not a gift not a title and not an emolument on january eleventh 2017 president elect trump's attorney sherri dylan outlined a plan for trump to keep his business empire while serving as president xi addressed the skeptics who said it would be impossible to know whether the new president was serving the public interest or suggests that the constitution prohibits the businesses from even arm's length transactions that the presidentelect has absolutely nothing to do with and isn't even aware of these people are wrong today we're gonna go deep on hotels rooms valet parking restaurants in meals at properties owned by the trump organization which is still owned by donald trump and while dylan was specifically talking about the ways foreign governments might seek favors by spending money at trump properties we're gonna look at the ways us states and cities and agencies and therefore us tax payers are in fact right now putting money in trump's pockets before trump became president dylan said paying for a hotel room is a fair value exchange it's not a gift and therefore it's not an emolument the constitution does not require presidentelect trump to do anything here perhaps that is a question that will be decided by the courts in this ups owed we're going to hear from three people tracking the flow of taxpayer money to the trump organization often through hotel stays sometimes booked by individual government workers and the firm question we're going to look at how do government officials end up spending money at trump properties my name is alex merge eski researcher at propublica tell me about the first person you called who as a public servant who made a decision to spend public money at trump property yeah this is a guy named after snyder he works in colorado at the national institute of standards and technology that's in the commerce department in the spring of twenty seventeen snyder attended a conference in the washington dc area we don't know the name of the conference on the receipt that we have it says he went to a supervisor training and mission essential travel conference gino with them i don't know what that means okay on their seats that we got it says that he stayed for about half the time he was there at the old post office in dc also known as the trump international hotel dc paying two hundred forty two dollars a night as it happens i went there last year one weekend during brench time it was totally nice vibe there's a glass roof atrium there was live pno music so that's where snyder state and so i called him up i found his number his office number and i give them a collie picked up and i asked him you know we're doing this story about federal employees spending money at trump properties i have this racine front of me it's got your name on it i just wanted to ask you why chose to say at the trump hotel as opposed to other hotels got a little defensive off the bat and explained that he was staying at the trump because it was so close within a block and a half of this conference he was going to was so close that he didn't have to rent a car but on the on the receipts that we have it's sort of clearly says that he rented a car and charged three hundred thirty six dollars to the valet service at the trump hotel so i followed up with him by email actually on the.

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"ilia" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ilia" Discussed on Still Processing

"It's too it's too precious to actually risk not getting anymore because that's how the business works if nobody watches your special even though we underpaid you for it now but we under we paid you half of what we might have paid christie ilia but we don't expect you to get numbers nearly as good as we we expect your numbers to be better than his despite us giving you bless support i just think that there's there are there's just too much at stake in a lot of ways yeah and i think that's the discomfort people feel in terms of engaging with this work in a serious like emotional and intellectual and historical way and that of course to me is the achievement of wrinkle in time i do think that it is a movie that is capable of both advancing this woman's project which is to change in refrain the narrative around black women and who is involved in these stories and at the center and the movie existing separate from the project or is the project the movie yeah what i mean it's like it doesn't won the two things can exist simultaneously and not keep a a way to do what she's doing that's correct and she's not she's you know i saw i was at a cuny with her recently and out after screen everyone going time and she's like onto her next he's like working on an adaptation of the central park five like she has not stopped in her mission whatsoever to reframe as you said you know what we think about our country.

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"ilia" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ilia" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"Pvc pipe that was actually pretty impressive ilia it was amazing it was the best shower um um and then a bucket inside of that and i would stand in the bucket shower curtains allround me and flip a nozzle on the faucet that would redirect the water to the shower nozzle the shower head and i would stand in the bucket then i had a foot pump in the bucket with me that um that i would step on ouallam showering and that had a hose that would lead to a bucket outside a my bucket that would put the water in there so i two buckets waiting for the water so i'd have to switch those mid shower um because the one buckled fill up and then i would use that water to to flush my toilet um and that system same with the wandry laundry was a i had a bucket that it was basically a salad spinner i would put my washing their which was basically three boxers three pairs boxers max is what i could do or one pair pants and then i would turn that you know i would get exhausted but i was just you know it was like living a pretend life and that was what was so much fun about it like it wasn't it didn't feel real every time i do it it was just made me happy because was like it was a way to do something that so easy for most people but then you really appreciate it when you think about what you're actually doing league taken taking a shower and seem where the water goes and having to do something with it it's it was really fun and i'm gonna miss that allott saw how long were you actually in that department for.

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"ilia" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"ilia" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"That's that's on you hummel giving advice to do that already let's move on with the news now starting to the take minute segment this is segment number three i believe three or four or in below another note this will be the last segment is villa segment road me streaming for fifty minutes with kuwait aground zealous seem how much more this we could knock out these are all the new stories that i put it in my news pool as i call it an energy com and apply one video a day right i just can't gain of stuff in those videos so the livestream is going to be like a mobile app session where we do this rapidfire news catch will have anything that i've missed this is something i noticed i was on heath a delta ilia lest with this week i think it was when did apple this yet january up on this in my poll which is only two days ago on wednesday cells on either delta and now we can poverty do that can we do it earned probably obscene to unlock momentum asked give me two seconds able to do this because i share a high discovered this if you've been on metro most recently provia we know about this because he's linked right from the header of the eat the delta website so if the deal the the dot com so it is either shelter just doing the old cloud less gan and right there at the top is as quick to join a crowd sale boche so when you go through here either delta the decentralised exchange only theory him is doing what they call a token generation event oh it says it ends in so and so so is it live now than he has it looks like it is was like you can buy the took right now get off i don't want to register lee miller.

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"ilia" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"ilia" Discussed on The HT Guys

"It feels softer on your eyes like ilia that closure so if you're sitting that close to an lcd or an auled where you're actively get in that in the you know the the lights were shot into your eyeballs it just feels to me at least and this again could be just you know what my mother did me when i was young like it's it's more intense right so you might be able to watch a movie like that but sitting that close to a tv i just don't know that you'd be able to take it for that long is that kind of igf freak out in and just an example here we have a seventy inch screen downstairs in our family room at with full surround and everything and i have a hundred inch projector upstairs we used to come upstairs and watch a lot of stuff on the projector but it seventy inches the family just kinda like who i i don't need to go upstairs anymore so now this project who just sits here never gets turned on i'm kinda bummed because we put this thing and you're so right seventy let seventy in tv it just because refrigerators known hatter go to like two hundred forty will reject i tell you what i'm gonna do is i will definitely get a bigger a format screen downstairs a one day but i think the projectors going to go and when the price of a like a hundred inch tv you hdtv comes down to about ten thousand dollars i'll probably get that and sell the projector and get rid of the screen because then i can come up here on game day you know watch a game up your dvr ball i can't watch appear because there's just too much ambient light yeah and i think you know like you talk about the when the prices come down to the right point.

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